Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1i&195 0

ounci! Will Sample Public Opinion BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

to $100,000 Iptnrovement Programhe

City Council of Stark'r southwest of Struth residence. Official County Publication Established In 1S79VOL.UMK

jHs a sampling of public opln- Extending sewer lines west of --

1 on Its propoeal to borrow : the L. A. Davis residence, which -SEVKM-V-ONK STAHKE. PLOKIU.%. un i),,,', ,JVNUAKY 6, Ift.TO: .. ,NUMJ11JI: T\VENTV-KIVt;
.. -
.000 for present and future wilt necessitate the constructionof .

kg.ovements sewage to and city water streets systems side' a Enlarging lift station.water mains sufficiently Strange Death Believed To Be Suicide i Voters Favor Loud Explosion I! Re-registration

fa this end, it was decided by to provide fire protection Remains MysteryA I

I Council Tuesday night to hold In the residents! area known aa"Grlffisvllle"

gothlng In the nature of a public : -1 ConservationDistrict blast of unknown origin shook I To Begin Soon

\\Ing at Its next meeting on Knlarglng: water mains from r windows In houses in Starke and ,

citizens and taxpayers wills be 1 pie Avenue to the north/ city limits -41. ley take about 8:30 o'clock Wednesday j' Board Decides

ited to meet with the Council Approximately $20,000 of the Set-up morning. It is reported

discuss the proa and cons ol $100,000 total would be used top that the window. In some houses I

proposed program. ;y for paving which hits already I I at Klngsley were shattered while morning
Meeting here Saturday
Ordinances authorizing the been done around the school Bradford County landowners Home buildings there were moved
I the Board of County Commission
jjncll to issue $100,000 In "non- grounds and on South Thompson voted 84 to 3 last Saturday in slightly on their foundations anda resolution
[favor of creation of a Soil Connervation been era adopted necessary
ble" revenue certificates have St., it waa explained.In fisherman la said to have
to comply with Chapter
second' readingre announcing the public hearing << District embracing all thrown from his boat.
for the '
e up 25391[ Laws) of Florida, provlri'n
the body the third and fl- on Jan. 17 one member of the I boundaries of Bradford County.IleMiiKs So far, the blast, which seemsto
for Immediate reregistrationof
|reAding will be held on Jan- Council remarked: "We want to I of the election will bn have been one of the most powerful of
a districting
17 after which the Council find out how the people feel about I certified to state soil conservation ever felt here, remains a :
before 1032.:\
the county's precincts
be in position to take actione this program. It Is Just a choice! i official who will announce the mystery. Col. J A. Griffin In I

proposal. It was explained we have to mllke- -.wht'ther to let future steps to be taken In settingup charge of the Camp Blnndlng reservation Supervisor of Registration Albert

the certificates will be paidof Starke continue to /grow and expand the district" here.A stated that so far as he : Lee Crosby stated] that he

the present utilities taxrevenue or just -be satisfied!! to keep local n-man board of farm- knew the explosion did not occur i would open the county's books and

from the light and things like they are now." supervisors will be elected to on the post. He did not believe proceed with the registration just,

plant and that the City ia At the regular meeting Tuesday ...)" 1 govern the district. Tills. board there was any type of "dud" ammunition as soon as the necessary aupt :lies

(ibited I' from levying any addl- night Councilman H. A. Bishop, will have" no taxing powers. but remaining unexplodedon and Information are received from

1 taxes to pay the money Jr. moved that alt "rolling" e- will be a local body through which the ranges that would accountfor the Secretary of State.

The funds can be borrowed qtilpmpnt of the City be placed H_ local state, and Federal agenciescan a blast of that volume. A The Commissioners decided to

|rom 3 to 3 1-2 percent Inter- under a blanket liability, fire and ., 4A. funnel assistance in soil and check with officials of Humphreys I proceed ,with the re-reglstratlon
Jit was said.!! theft Insurance poll ,. Motion was f ;.- water conservation problems to Gold Corp. also revealed that they 1 I under Chapter 233D1, a generallaw I

[though no definite decision adojccts seconded by P. L. Bridges and car the local farmers. were doing only routine blasting which provides for a permA.

to be Included In the Soil Conservation technicians In their mining operation, which nent registration set-up In all

ram have been made. It lafed ried.L.. L. Simpson requested sidewalk assist. farmers In planning their would not account for the Wednesday Florida counties that do not have

that the following are be- In front of his property on band UMP program and supply morning occurrence. special laws providing their own

Iconsldered: South Street and the Council agreed L.---------------------- ------ .----.- technical assistance In complicated If any reader of the Telegraph permanent registration system.

to construct same as noon water and control systems. has knowledge concerning the Prior of
Jefferson Street from any I to passage Chapter
found near
fldenlng .. I.. ( Prltchelt wan
th Ixxly of 'a"
:.. whLh
cn.l of the car < technical assistance Is free
Is lie
Pictured above rvar This
'tint to Temple (In front of the as It was In position to do so. 4UfliItiCliII&t'arlbn explosion we would bo Interested 25301: by the Legislature. Representative -
Church). W M. Edwards, heading a large Starki! early Sunday n"orlalnat. The Air Forte officer hail apparently riimmltled I Bulrlilc by to farmers making application to In having this Information' J. P. Roberts had introduced

|lst Jackson Street from delegation:( from the First ChristIan -I monoxide. gait from the ear r\liunt through 'nil Inner tul t> (al loner left) Into the Irimk of the the District." a special act providing for

ivlng to Cherry. Church asked that the City cur, from ulu-rc it paused Into tininuln.. Ixxly of "lie car through an arm-iVHt opening at upper, cciitrr The sea also makes available re-reglstratlon of voters In Brad

pie forbid dances In the American I to local districts certain seed and Man DrownedIn and all
Street from Temple County declaring pre
Evlng>alnut.Pratt Legion Hall, located just across of photo.A ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ __ planting materials. for use by I" registrations null and v >id.

Street from Tern- the street from the church. and his I leave thifact I farmers in a position to petitionasslatenca act became a law on May
Lvlng Eighth bizarre death, presumed to':their father. Willard, who had (or overstaying from Stain and '
conditions in connection any
28 1940.
to Walnut. describing recent dance there as be suicide came to IlRh't) here I just come In from his night shift that his car was almost out Federal agencies In the field of Sampson LakeJohney ,
( surfacing brick pavement on with a when Vollle and work with Humphrey Gold Corp.: of gRsvllne and he was apparently I I However In view of an opinion!
motion by L. Sunday morning i noil and water conservation. '
nut Street. I "unbearable" Upon 10-year-olJ and was preparing for bed. broke (only 4 cents found on I 'of Attorney General Richard ,v.I .
Browning/ ,
considerable new O. Hazen. seconded by Bridges have >ii him Gunter 28-year-old 'on- I 1
nnstructlng his person) may eaum Krvln that the county could pro
twin sons ofVillard a. BrownIng When told that a car was parked -
valk and .repairing old side- the Council voted unanimously to become despondent to the Poultry ProducersIn utrurtlon worker, was drowned I| coed under the permanent registration -
discovered the body of Capt. in
notify the organization/ that no the on the road with someone point of taking/ his own life. Ills Palatka Area when the boat In which he and his statute Instead of the special
could be held in the Lewis C. Pritchett, 36. on it Mr. Browning dismissed the
vIding water and sewer lines more dances marital affairs were also entangled brother Horace were fishing on Roberts bill, the Commissioners

(the rapidly developing area building. back seat of unused an automobile woods road parked about -- matter lightly since the dim trail He had been married Form Association Sampson Lake late Saturday, afternoon decided on this course since

on an is known In the neighborhood ns several times with at least two I capsized In a brisk wind Chapter 25391 would eventually
: 3 miles", west of Starke. somewhat of "lovers lane", and of th I'alnli .
a be hla lt> Poultry producers Constant dragging operatloi
Sheriff women claiming to ga I have to complied with.
Intensive! Investigation by he thought It wan perhaps "just ka recently' formed an At.
Funeral area
Thursday Carlisle wife at t the present time. i from the time the drowning WRit
P. D. Reddish, assisted by officers .
es from MacDill Field where a drunk" parked there to sober Sheriff Reddish stated that the |' soclatlon for dealing with marketing reported failed to recover the body Bradford Countians

up. / problems and other matter until 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon

the dead man was stationed anda The Browning boys went to officer had apparently' been In ,(: of vital Importance when searchers resorted to the UIIII Received $31,927.50In
Held In of the Office. of of his suIcide
Jos. E. Wilsoneph representative the neighborhood
elected Dalton
r church .and later In the day had Officers were; of a 450-foot: svln..
Special Investigation/ Tampa has since early Friday afternoon at December Aid
Sanders. Palatka DUl
occasion to pass by the car ar president, : Horace Gunter clung tO'the overturned -
thus far failed to disclose any time he walked to the
to Harris vice president
/gain and when they reported boat and was rescued by
64. James Black Carlisle. 66. diedIn evidence of foul l play. V Browning home and asked More than 131.0OO person
E. Wilson prominent A.
their father that It was still there Fla.: Mr. Sane, treasurer, Dostwick "Big Boy" Prevatt who heard the
and his sleep last Saturday nightas / in blood on the water The Brown / throughout Florida received public -
ke Insurance executive < Finger writing for a drink of
W. R.
and someone apparently In It, he \ ; and Mrs. Terry s"crttpry shouts of the men from shore< ,
leader died Tuesday afterIn the result of a heart attack at windows and windshield of the Ings Invited him to dinner. and he Putnam Hall assistance durlntf December
Upon I cattle.
decided to Inventigate. where he was rounding up
Hospital after his home in Starke. car, which at first aroused suspicion accepted.The through the district and State
Shadycrest Laurie Alderman
he Directors are: ,
of the boat for
discovery Unable to find a rellt'uepurpos"
He was born In Ocala on March to have Welfare Boards, Rev. S. E. Spa-lc"
weeka. is now
about two
nasa of stated that evIdence -
Immediately notified Sheriff Red- Sheriff also Keystone Heights! John Llteli .., Mr. Prevatt swam! his
I he had 29 1883, and moved with his family been done by the man himself said yesterday They received n irly -
atlve of Philadelphia. dish. The body was brought to- of his having been In the field, Palatka; and Murray Stpprell. horse Into the lake and brought
'In, Starke for the past 38 to Starke In 1932 from elther' ..just before or during the time was J $2,483,460 from Federal tax
Dunel-I a local honpltal where It was Isolated spot for some Florahome. the older\ Gunter brother to shor
Ion where he managed' the actual time carbon monoxide was !sources and nearly $1,413.340 inState
i. He stated that Capt. Pritchctt had shown by some scraps of cracker Meetings of the association are Suffering from shook and exp< -

i.I I was a charter member md Ion Supply Company. pouring Into the car through\ an probably been dead from 18 to and a label from a can of vienna held the first Monday i In faCal sure In the cold
president of tlie Starke Ro in the retail and wholesale hard Innertube rigged to the exhaust.Dr. 21' hours. 'sausage found near the car. A month at 8 p.m. In the court rums" unconscious when brought I Ihort tll I Here la Bradford County. BOt
I ware business since a young man, C. M. Pollatd, toxocologlst [aged received] $20,96
Club whIch was organized forwarded) short distance away there was also at Pnlntka The area Includes SiJt >, bet soon recovered taftibtMig persons
Florida for th* Bol'uiap nil body was later :
in *1937.. H ..mV/ .> Jpetvcd &II traveled with the University of -Florida1, where I found a car cushion with back 01: >hns, P'laKlerVolusla., Putnam, taken to tlrmdyrreat Ttoipltul .- >TZ, fa "avert ,568 VMldrcn: In 231
Hardware Co. ot Louisville', Ky. to MacDill Field an au-
tar), of this organization. for who obtained blood scrapingsfrom 'the type frequently used under thedrlver' 'Alachua, Bradford, and Clay for treatment. families| who were aided with
for pix years and later for the Interior of topsy was performed and It Wlillannounld I
ral terms. I the windows and wheel. and a towel hut Counties. The boat capsized, near the "d..pp J9.M6 through the aid to dependent -
S. B. Hubbard Hardware Co. of for had not that apparent cause children and 25
the car analysis :
been out near a pool of water Bradford program
County poultry ,
e had served as Bradford Jacksonville for six years. In I of death was carbon monoxide hung/ producers water stobn" In the southeaster
final blind received
made yesterday. needy
a report
some distance away are cordially Invited to attend about 200 persons
ntychalrman of the American woundsor part of the lake yards
first and There were no
Starke he was manager State's Attorney T. E. Duncan, poisoning. :$1,018.30.\
Cross and led many of Itllratlling ; later and of the Indications of foul play it lie was a World War II combat, the meetings and becommumhers from shore
owner operator
In Starke Thursday morning In .
of the association. The State Welfare Board following -
drives. He ,was also officer and had served with the Our ,
Bradford Hardware Co. He was: was said. Funeral services for Johney
connection with the Incident, Mated
i a practice of several yenrs'
nan of War Bond drives and member of the First Baptist Signal: Corps as Communication I ter were held Thursday morningat
i a that a decision whether not The Air Force officer, who was standing, made lists of thoseto

campaigns here. and had red -I.Church of Ocala.Surviving to hold an Inquest will depend stationed at Mai:Dill with the Officer. New Gas Station 11 o'clock In the Airpark Baptist receive the assistance up well ahead -

special recognition from are his widow, Ruth on the outcome of Dr. Pollard's 306th Bomb Group was overdue The car, a two-tone black/ and Church ,with Rev. L. a. Heirngway of schedule so that all of

Government for his work In Melin Carlisle; one daughter, Miss analysis. from a Christmas leave which 1m gray 1917 Buick, was parked on officiating. Interment followed them received their assistance

capacity. Ruth Carlisle and one the lonely trail about a quarter ota In Crosby Lake Cemeterj
Audrey ; The greusome find well made had spent with his brother, Howard I warrants before Christmas Nor.mally -

|r. Wilson was past Worship- son Al K. Carlisle. all of Starke; by the Browning boys about 9 Prttchett, at Geneva, Ala. mile south of Highway 10'). The Completed Here Besides" his wife, Ruby, hn Is mil- the warrents are not received -

faster of the Starka Masonic a brother R. T. Carlisle, Jacksonville o'clock Sunday morning as they The blood writing. almost indecipherable dirt road. which at one time led to ... vlved by a son, Jack Franklin, and until the last of the month"

le. Active in Scout work. and five sisters' Mrs. AliceC. Lake, had Into disuse Jane I I
Boy ; were on their way to invite their with the exception Sampson gone two: stepchildren Ann and In some sections of the state

was district chairman of the Carr and Mrs. Catherine C. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V. of "G B I Love You", offered no since It had been' "fenced off" Twonty-four years ago a ruddy; I Gunter; a brother, Horace, Starke; I

ut Committee and served on Barrier, both of Jacksonville; and A. Browning. to their home for clue to his suicide motive. It and led to a dead end a short distance ,faced' boy of fifteen talked K. II and a sister' Bctilah, Sun Frun "Welfare workers In Bradford"

I Rotary committee sponsoring the; Misses Mary O., Minnie L..and New Year's dinner. They returned could be assumed however that beyond where the I'rltrhctt Smith, Into a job as attendent That 1 risen Calif. County have been and throughout the stite

E local troop. Fannie F., Carlisle all of Ocala.Funeral home and reported the fact to the prospect of facing! dlsclplHo | car was Cound.'Funeral was when Smith's nervier statlni I groups this cooperating month," Rev.with Sparks other.

|e was a pant president of the ------- services were- held-- at
was located across from the courthouse Price Announces said, "In helping bring cheer to
2:30 o'clock afternoon In I
: Monday
nber of Commerce and at hish
| was a member of Its Board the Sam Pyles Funeral Home In i 100 Crates Berries Basketball Season SundayFor where "fled" Alvarez! li a For Former Post those In need. Through a coordinated -

'rectors. Den la. with Rev. Faust, pastor of Market With Mrs. Garrett now located. and cooperative effort all
1 At Tuesday Opens Tonight In Congress the good things which people want
Central Baptist Church, officiating.
That in
was the fall of 1025. To-
his widow Mrs.
rvtvlng are Local arrangements were In chargeof i Summertime are Out-of-Town Games Mrs. Matilda Garrett long time dny. Lucy Conway has one of the to prifvlde to the needy at thin
( Weeks Wilson; three brothers, temperatures Emory II. Price, former Repre season of the year can be dlntr.b-:

Y M. \Vflnon. Jacksonville: W, I Active DeWitt C. bearers Jones. H. C. I fast ripening strawberries In Bradford Bradford High will open Its b.is- resident of this county, died suddenly most modern gas stations In tentative( to Congress from the uted more effectively."

Wilson, Pensacola; and M. E.on. pall were I County and more than 100 In a Jacksonville hospital Stance. Second District, announced this
Freeman T. H. ketball tonight (Friday)
Wall season
Jr. two sisters, Register. Conway has recently leased ani8.0iO week' that he will be a candidate
Tampa: morning following along
I. Lee MacDonald Jacksonville, Slade, K. G. Duncan P. D. Red I crates appeared on the State when the boys A Squad and B :last Friday burn I In $1 )!) station from the American for this office In the spring prlmarles. Bradford Countians

Mrs. L. W.'Bell Pcnsacola.uneral I dish and C. E. Hernwoll. farmers Market platform Tuesday, Squad play P. K. Yonge in the I illness She was Oil\ Company. The station Is locale Enjoy Healthful

heaviest day of the season so fai Georgia on Oct. 17, 1881 and "all on the southwest corner of
services were held at ibck I new gymnasium at the UnIversity In making! this announcementPrice :
Funeral Services life member of the Methodla TI'mple and Tenth Streets and licomplete Year During 1949
8.70 la made this declston -
Thursday afternoon In thIt Average price was per of Florida. The first game Is' called said: "I have

Baptist Church of Starke. of'' For James L. Crews crate. Half the total was boughtby for 7 p.m. Church. 'pressurized with car a washing grease unit rack.and a after visiting In the District I R<'IIldentll.f Bradford courtv

'n he was a member. Official J. H. Dulaney, while the remainder The first home will beI Funeral services. were held In the two pumps. and after giving serious though I I particularly children of school age

{were the pastor. Rev. L. D Funeral services were held games Macedonia Methodist Church near to the conditions prevailing/ the of the healthiest
enjoyed one
went\( to local dealers.It The concrete" structure Is situated I ye'u'aever
ties, and Rev. L. A. Shepherd Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clockat I played with Lake Butler Tuesday United States and abroad. In 1949 Mrs. E. L. McKnight.
Is that another 100* Macclrnny Sunday afternoon at on a 75 by 100 lot where ConWRy'1I -
lal was In the Crosby Lake the graveside In New Zion Cemetery expected night In the Stark. armory. The old station "There are many problems con' public health nurse reported.
2 o'clock with Rev. Ernest Grll from 1939to
Retery under the direction of near Lake Butler for JamesL. crates will come to the market that vitally affect -
boys and girls A Squads will play,, when It was recently torn down Fronting Congress "We have had less communicable
ltt C. Jones. Crews .59, who died December today (Friday). and If warm fis officiating. Interment waa'inthe our citizens.. Most Important
and the first game will start at to make room for the now build- I diseases In the schools: this
27 following a brief Illness. weather continues volume will be< 7 church cemetery under the direction Is the reduction of governmental year than any other time during

Man HeldStabbing Mr. Crews and his family moved p.m.The of DeWitt C. Jones. Ing.The expenditures and taxes. To approach three Public Haath:
gro fairly heavy by Jan. 15. building Is 40 by 50 feet In my years as
Tornadoes their !season -
several from Baker begin! Issues In
years ago Besides. her husband, Rev., Francis solid concrete with a grease re- these domestic atone Nurse In Bradford county" she
I Charge County and made their home In with only three players who and reasonable manner we I
she Is Blatant asphalt floor and Includes laid.
Commissions Garrett of Starke survived
the Hellbronn section where he must first cut drastically the billions -
played on the boys A Squad tile rest
rooms. Much of the decrease In illness
reddle McRae 30 year old ,neI. was engaged In farming. He was by three sons, Herman I.. we are now spending for
Is being held in the Bradfordnty born in Lake Butler and was a Being OfferedA year. They are Jim Godwin center and Ernest Garrntt. both of Conway regards: himself as in Foreign aid. throughout the county was attrib-

jail charged with stabbing ; Jack Eaves, forward and Starke, and Lemmle U. Garrettof "the transportation( business", and uted to the Improved] health program -
member of the Methodist Churcn. to'
Second Lieutenant's Comrnlsslon justly so, for aside from "It Is necessary for Congress .
Clayton Strickland guard. Other managing which has been carried .utby
oung negro; girl the night of Jacksonville and sister
He Is survived by his widow. Mrs. ; one kill
In the Army Reserve Corps members of who the 5-man station he atop enacting laws that will
mber 26. the A squad, are Mrs. of Claxton operates county health officials and
Susan Mulligan ,
Elizabeth Crews: four daughters awaits the qualified ex-servlc the Initiative of our people. It I is
out for basketball for the first Conway Air Park, a charter and : county school teachers.
Sheriff Reddish reported thailae Jeannette Crews. Hellbronn; Mrs. man or service woman accordingto flight Instruction Important that Congress enact I
time or who came from the B Conway
stabbed Bstell Galney once Odessa Hood, Jacksonville Mrs. MjSgt. Mandel Collins In charge up Marvin War- Ga.Mrs. explained that the flight school Is aws that will encourage our cltl- Mrs. McKnlght also gave credit
squad are: forwards
the to\ the local Lions Club for furnishing -
upper right shoulder with Edith Rhoden Glenn St. Mary Viola Reddish
of the Starke Army and Air Force ren. Ray Griffls Arthur Wlnkler a control school approved for O. seas: to work and produce and Invest I
itch blade knife. The stabbing and Mrs. Gertie Crawford Lawtey; Recruiting Station. I. training. The versatile there earnings In business, glasses for many Bradford
and Bert Newcomb guards Clay Conway
urred In ; Funeral Saturday county school children and P. T.-.
front of a negro juke nine sons Ray. Howard R. C..
also l handles the ticket sales; thereby creating more Jobs. i
to for
Among those eligible applyare ton Strickland, Jack Hazen, Carl '
it In Reno about dark. Accord- Rudolph and Randolph. all of 1, A. over the county who took
to the negress.. McRae attack- Starke, Enoch and Raemer. both former Warrant Officers,. Carter. Jack Walnwrlght and O- Mrs. Viola Reddish M, of Starke the Greyhound Bus. Co. In Starke. need to safeguard the right of our >crt: In administering the Msssichuetts -

her former first three graders of the vid Bennett; Billy Dansby, center. died Wednesday night. Dec. 28. In commenting on the openingof citizens to compete and earn a test to all elementary
from behind she eye
as wasting serving in the Army B. J. Crew., In maintainour
his and doingso
Army or Army Air Corps :who The 195O schedule is follows In a local hospital following a new station Saturday. December
down the road In front of Lawtey. and Leslie Crews LouisIana as : and high school students in the
standard of which Is by
Juke.he served prior to July 1, 1917 and Jan. 8, P. K. Yonje In Gainesville brief Illness. She was a lifelong 10, Conway said: living county.
brother John Crews.
; one far the in the world.
The highest
accredited college or university resident of Bradford and American Oil Company certainly '-
/ County
(A t BI. Jan. 10, Lake But-
has Lake Butler and three alstel'1l.Mlu The report was substansiated by
been released ;
negress graduates who served In any enlIsted ler In Starke (boys and girls). Jan. was a member of the Methodist manifested a lot of confl- "It may be poor politics not to;
n L Shadycrest Viola Crews and Mrs. Ollle statistics compiled by Miss Hazel
Hospital gradea for one year before Church. dance In Starke by putting up such straddle the fence on controverilal -:
1 both of Lake andMr. 13. Branford In Starke (boys and Held* clerk at the Bradford
was taken for treatment. lodges, Butler ,
July 1, 1947 War time membersof girls Jan. 17 Callahan In Starke Survivors are her husband Ury t nice station. I certainly Intendto Issues, but I have never done
.. Ruth Collins Jacksonville.Rev. bounty Health Clinic.
any of the armed forces who (boys and girls), Jan2O Trenton. Reddish: four daughters. Mrs justify their confidence by glv- no. I Intend to face Issues as they

eridge: Injured Jim Williams officiated at served In grades equivalent to the there (boys and girls), Jan 2.1. Lois Kukhahn, Mrs. Doris Balvrinl. Ing the people In and around come up In this campaign and take Deaths In Bradford] county totaled -

Auto Accident Ute funeral services and arrangements first three Army enlisted of War- Palatka In Starke (boys and girls), land Mrs Margaret Fltzslmmons, Starke the very best of service"going a i stand," Price concluded. 92 for an average of onlyt>.2;
of DeWitt'C.
Jones.January were. charge rant Officer grades may apply. If I Jan. 27, Perry In Starke (fA & 13)), ,all of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Marrle .I'm to start," he continued I per l.OOO In 1919 as comps J

krtlss keridge was hoapiUlas now in the Regular Army accordIng Feb. 2, Perry there (A A B) Frb. Gauvert Valleljo.. Calif.; two "by giving a free lubrication Farm Bureau NoticeThe with 93 deaths or 93 per 1.OOO

to the statement. Marcus Reddish Mayo and to all customers with each : last year
Feb. ions.
Chipley. there (A only),
the result of Injuries re- 16 Deadline 150 In trade checks." I No deaths were reported this
Applications will be accepted by 13. Marianna. there (A only). Feb. Carl Reddish Miami; two sisters, regular meeting: of the Bradford -

d when an automobile he .was For Farm Reports Headquarters Third Army. from Lake Butler there (boys and :Mrs. Mattle DeBalalsla. Bethesda,. Con way's 13 year old son Kenieth. Farm Bureau will be held year from syphilis typhoid fever

ingr crashed Into the rear end applicants up to 32 years of age I girls). Feb. 10. Callahan there ''Mil., and Mrs. Bell McLean Pal- Is also helping at the station. i"rldty night. Jan. 6, at 7:30: p.m. lysentary, dlptherta, typhus, polio
I "By the boy getting a two or malaria. In Bradford county as
car driven by George Griffin AH practices carried out under until July 19 next year. After that (boys and girls). Feb. 11, Branford metto. year In the courthouse. All members

I' Cook's Store on U. S. 301Y the 1949 Agricultural Conserva- date appointments will be limitedto there (boys and !girls) Feb. I Funeral services were held Sat'jrdiiy head start on me I hope he will be and> all other Interested in Farm of October 1949.TuberculosIs '

Ion Program must be reported to those under 28 years!! of age. 16, 17, -Suwannee Conference afternoon at 3:3O: )). 'clock at able to go a litUe farther in the Bureau work are urged to attend. claimed only o.te
Monday night.Iben the office of County Agent T. K. Complete Information and application Tournament In Lake Butler, Feb. the graveside In Dya'l Cemeterywith business, Conway smiled. Plans for setting up the Corn I life, as did maternity. Infa.it

released from the ho'sptAkerldge McCUne by Saturday, Jan. II. In forms for this offer may 21. Palatka. there (boys and girls) Rev. G. E. Cutshaw offici Conway wishes to thank all his Contest for 1950: will be arrangedat deaths remained constant at 13 for
old customers for their both 1948 and 1919.
: will face charges of order to get credit for them. be obtained by contacting: the Feb. 2.. Trenton In Starke (boys ating. patronage this meeting, and all farmers
through: the and would like Births declined from 312 In 19 19
ing while under the Influence Fanners are reminded that regulations Starke Army and Air Force Recruiting and girls), Feb. 28. Crescent City, Arrangements were In charge years Interested In this dual should beiresent. I
to 241 in Miss Fields
to: continue giving them his high 1949 : re-
Intoxicating ,liquor and also prevent any report being! Station at the Post Office there (A & Bl, March 2, 3. 4 tit' Key-MsCabe Funeral Home of class: service i ported

the possession of whiskey. accepted after the January 16 Building.. District Tournament. 'acksonvllle.. I i


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Dobbs at Lake City Jut Sunday. .eeka divorce Bradford County I Wltneiw. my hand and official I ember 2ft. 1949.UFFICIAL -
TelnKraph; .halt. publish... thl.-Order seal at Htarke, Florida, thl Dec. SKAT.' ) .
Those enjoying: the candy pull- In next four weekly |IssuesWitness 14. 1 4OFFICtAtj>\ A. A t rhn:
County Telegraph STATE FARM PINE LEVEL Mr. and Mrs.Lem my: liana and official' seal 1 I ( SEAT.) A. J. Thomas, By Haven Crosby;: :'kp bf, C Halo ro
at the home
Ing at Htarke, }Florida this Decemb..rU. "" Cl"rk of paid Court. John J IItnrl.rmin K. L
: 1879 E. L. OwNKM-EDITOM Brown were Mr. and Mrs. A. 1949. By Haven Crosby, 1>. C. -' .1..... It.I Il,
Mr H. M. ,
Bj Mm. Bryan Whltflrld fly \ : ? Y., AJ.. Thi ma John J. Hendemon, 119 Newnan. St., SIS' Kfr'fHOWARD'"n..
J. Fender and family, Mr. and uFFl41A1As Clerk of Bald. Court. Jacksonville. Florida, 12.3() fI 1 1I
ffMIhml Every Friday and Entered M Second Mrs. Russell Thomas and family !*v Haven .rui.uy, i>. C. Atty. for Plf. 12-16 4t 1-6 r5- -
S.IMM !Matter /at the Foot Ofnce at Stark, FU. Holiday visitors of Mr. and Mm. We had a beautiful New Year's and Mr. and Mrs. V. U Starling. 1S-23 4t 1-U _____ In flrrnlr Conn llradfonl CO".,,,,
A. C Ltbhart were" Mr. and Mrs.George day with a large crowd at church I Come to church. Sunday School !. Circuit (".....t. Bradford '....t,., Florida la Chancery.Thnmiix .
and their childrenof and Sunday School. floridI In Chaaerrr.Mattle H. Jackson, Plaintiff va.
MEMBER 1949 Ramey I 10 a.m. Preaching 11 a.m. Prayer Mabel Lielekaa, Plaintiff: vn. Ethel Weaver Jackson, Defendant.
Pahokee. We are sorry to hear of the Illness Meeting and teacher's meeting Nicholas llelekaw, Defendant, L'a.e Cane. No. 7U17.
No. 7654. Order uf liii>llratloa. 4k Notleo te
of i >
Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. of Eloise Dobbs, daughter each night. Youth Fellowship Poblleatlon and Notle to KI.OHm.l
92JSO Annually $USD For Six Montbs Wednesday Order of Appear. NTA1K OF
uMftswrlptlon : Alex Yawn of Starke, Mm. J. O. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs of I Saturday night. lends "TATH, OF KI.OHIH tel Kthel Weaver. Jnrkaon. whose '.. ldenra
every Delekan whose residence adilrena. | Mr R tlt'l I
Nlchnlin and In co *
Is in Glendale Hospital -,
and Starke. She ;
Caldwell and Mlsaes Peggy; and address: U unitnownl: Weaver, Hunnlevel. North : llRIIsctrT-
Frances Caldwell spent Monday In Palatka.Mr. You are required in appear. You are> required to appear un ,
LOOKING FOR !SOMETHING: TO Dot January 16th,, 19.10. In the above Jan 27. I960, In the above mimed
with Mrs. J. B. Caldwell Ocala and Mrs. Robert Myrick I* Circuit Couch Ilratlford Count, named Court and cause, wherein Court and cause, wherein plaintiff'
Ever think of what you would do If you had nothing that you had and during the day visited other have moved back to this commun- Florida !I.."( huneerr.Ammiind Crumble., Plaintiff. v*. lion plaintiff of seeks nialdnn divorce name.and reetora-Bradford Teles-riph seeks divorce ehall pulillxh Bradford/ this(..unl"l
to .to. T Or In other words, If you had the time to do what you wanted relatives In that section of the ity from Lake Geneva. We wel- Rita Marl durable, Defendant. CHB County Telegraph shall. pub. In next. four weekly lHtte.
state. come them here.* No. 7849. llfh. this Order. In next four weekly Witness mv hand and official
fjicln? order oC Puhllcutlen. and Notice 'aTI'J icMllen. enl. at Mtarke, Florida, this December I -.1
Wllllama and and Mrs.H. Appear. ... .\ Of KL.OHIUA .. hand official seal .
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dinner guests of Mr. Witness mY and 23. 1949.OFFICIAL !
what would he could do what .
know ho do If
We asked a man we Rita Marl Humble! who. e residencelit at tttarke, Florida, this December I
their children James and Kathryn. M. McRae last Sunday were, IK* E. 154th Street Bronx, New ( SEAL A. J. Thomas I
pie pleased. His answer was terribly disappointing at least to us. lIe U. 1949. ..As Clerk of said. Court .
thought for a minute, then he said: "Nothing, I'd just like to sit of Milton returned home Mr. and Sunday Mrs their son-in-law and daughter,I I TorkiYou art required. to appear on OFFICIAL Aa SEAL Clerk) of A. said hCourtt Charles By Haven K Crosby)less. 204-05 D. C. GuarantyLife i I
after having In the above .
down and do nothing! J. L. Williams since Friday. Mr. and Mra. Robert Taylor and January named Court llth and 1850 .,..u.... wherein A.By a.Haven Adklnn.Crosby. Jr.,, 107 D f.E. Union St., Atty.Bnlldlnaj for" Plf., Jacksonville 12-30, Florida 4t 120In Can Oft "'IS for reliable dn

There are so many, many things to do worthwhile or otherwise During the past week Mr. and daughter Charlene of Olustee, County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce/miall publlah Bradford till. Atty.Oalneavllle for Plf., Florida, 12.1K .-. Circuit; Court. Bradford Coautr.Florida and health need* at worttm
perhaps but nevertheless Interesting that it seems impossible that Mrs. Byron Evans of Orlando were Misses Hazel and Vonnie Crawfordof Order in next four weekly leau.a.Wltnees -- t la Chaueery.Hally .
my hand ami official/ seal savings.V pride ourwKnthe .
of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Brad- !. Circa Court. Bradford Coaatr. Tledemann Plaintiff v*. Albert
to do .
guests DecemberOFKICIAI.
m man could ever aspire nothing.There Heilbronn and Misses Gwen at Htnrke. Florida tlii Florida In Chancery H Tledemann, Defendant.' Cane
ley and of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox dolyn and Shirley McRae. 10. 1919. Ituth M. Smith, fluintlff v.. WadeV. No. 7009.Order scrupulous exactness", uh, ,
are hobbles that may be pursued with great Interest and en. ( ilEA! ) A. J. Thomas, 7651.
Mrs Evans will be remembered ac An Clerk of said Co..t.IIr Hmlth, Defendant. Case No. of Pnbllratleu and Notice <.
tertainment. Collecting of all sorts of objects from stamps to butterflies Elizabeth Cox former Farm/ res Mrs. O. W. McRae and little Haven. Crosby: P. MTATH OF FLORIDA
to old automobiles vases, coins and a host of others. Rala- (ident. sons :were visiting her parents ,'fjlhnlC'! ,K. JnckHnnvlll Sklpprr 331. O Florida rah:am Wade V. Smith whose residence. l lB8 is. Albert 11. Tledemann, whole real.dents tlon we fill.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner of Mid- ale lnthmlan 8.S. la unknown:
Thomas Cretan
flowers, breeding chickens, building miniature engines making 11 4t I-I
tng Mrs. J. B. Segree of Macclennywas Ally tur Plf. Co., Pier A. Berth I t. Long Beach You ry.rol'i."um: to appear on
tuples of antique furniture,-why the list Is practically endless. Then the visitor of Mr and Mrs. J. way Sunday .. 2: California: J" Court and .eaue In the, whereinplaintiff abovonamed PHONE 79
here are books to read; enough to occupy and individual for the rest U Williams from Tuesday until Mr and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and Florida rlreKlt!.Court.("........Bradford.,.. Co..ty January You are 16th required,' 1S50, to In appear the above on seeks divorce. Bradford Temple Av.*ue Starke ,
laat week. Additional son. Daniel of Vanderbilt were Sarah Martin Plaintiff v Cecil named Court and cause, wherein County Ttleirraph shall publleh thus
of his life. of
Marlon Martin, Defendant. Cane No. plaintiff seek divorce A restoration Order In next four weekly Ixeuea.Wlrne .
visiting the H. M. McRaes Sunday I
of Mr. and hand and official
For the more serious minded person, who has to do something Thuraday Mrs. Williams supper were guests Mr. and Mrs night. 'Order 7684. of Pufcllratlon ..* ...4lf. tAppear. Bradford of former County name.Telegraph. shall seal at *Htarke* ray Florida, this Dec
worthwhile with his time there are many outlets. His church would I. WTATK, OP KI.ONIDA .el ,publish thin Order In next tour
Q. W. Ferree Misses Wllla Ferree I Those who enjoyed the cane Cecil Marlon !Martin, whoso r.mi- weekly. Iwauea.Wltneea -
welcome his help and work, or many social organizations which areflomlded and Barbara Norsworthy and grinding here Friday afternoonwere ,drnce-iit unknown: my hand and official' neat I I
to help others also would be glad to have another workerto You are required/ to appear on at Starka, Florida thla December.
Lake Mrs. T. N. Norman and son I above
George Ferree, all of City. January Z3rd, 1950 In the 10. 1949. FOR EXPERT WASHING'
aid in their program. There are organizations to help the blind Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young had of Heilbronn Mrs. W. T. Crosby. 1 named nlalntlff Court puke and divorce cauno, Bradford wherein. (OFFICIAL Clerk A. said .,.
others. to help the handicapped the Boy Scouts, the Girl Scouts, but as their guests Thursday Mrs Mrs. Beulah Kelly, Mrs William ,County Telegraph shall publfnb By Haven. Ae Croeby. n.of C. Court
....:r go on with the list? If someone wants to help his fellow man he Lora Mae Turner and her children Crosby. Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Mr. and I this Witness Order.. my In next hand 4 and weekly ntfIeIalaeal\ lemma J. 8. Harrison. Florida Taw .Exchange, E1dgJarkHonvllle -., POLISHING GREASING
doesn't have to look far Linda Faye and Brenda Joyce of Mrs. Floyd Crosby and family, and at Mtarke., Florida. thin December"I. Atty. for Plf. 12-16 4t 1-6 ,

:In fact he probably\ can begin by helping his Immediate family or (Tifton. Ga. Mrs. Young and Mrs Mrs. O. E. Crosby and daughter, (OFFICIAL. I'M" Clerk A. 3. Court. la Circuit Co.rt.-Bradford Couaty, ,
T T. Friday In Lake all of Sunnybrook.Mrs. An of nalil .
: Fillyaw spent Florida Ckemeery.Shllrey
tSote friends. Or If do not need how *
they help about his
neighbors, Clerk
( nv Haven Crosby Deputy
Sutler with the Georgia visitors Pledger Johns of New River 13.23t 1-1S Phillips ; -
JiJa community vs. James Trevor Defendant.
"and their hosts, Mr. and Mrs. W. visited her sister, Mrs. O. W. Mc- Case No. 7657.
He) could take the rest of his 11/e and spend It well by simply try. E. Flllyaw.Mr. Rae Monday. I In Florida rirrult..Court Chancery.Thrnee nmjford. Coualy, Order of MTATIO Pnbllcatlnn. OF 9'LOIt6DA and Notice toi to PURE OIL PRODUCTS
!tae to make others happy. If he did, he wouldn't get old, because and Mrs J. E. Chambers hadas I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson of H. Uennon Plnlntlff, va Appear.... Trevor. Phillips wliane. reMdenre -
many folks get old when they lose interest in others and spend all their visitors during the New Jacksonville\ and Mr. and Mrs. P. No.Ruth 7865.H. Benson, Defenriiint., Case; komu park IK: ISO, Maryland Philadelphia., : : Ave., Ta-
their time thinking about themselves. Year holidays Mr. and Mrs. How. ,L. Rafune and daughter Lawteywere Order of Publication. and ell Stewart and their children ol P....... "XT' A'IF) OP" KMiHIKl to I ITluth January 16th 1950 In the above SEE THE AUTO FOUNTAIN
Life can be a challenge to do something with your time that will dinner guests of the H. M. a. Tlennon who.e residence l t. named Court and rauae, wherein
Albany Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl] McRaes Monday.Mr. 9103 39th Place, IlyattHvllle[ Maryland plaintiff. eeekfl divorce, custody &
endure, It be monotonous
or can a dreary existence. If want to .
you ,
Court coat
of children
Chambers and their children of : support Madison & Walnut Streets' Starke I'la.I .
ItMnk of what you would like to accomplish, ask yourself what you and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Yon.. are. .e""I'.d l to appear on A aollcltora fees. Bradford. ,
Live Oak. Jan. 23, 1950 In the above! namedCourt County Telegraph shall publlnh. thin
would do If you had< the time. It starts you thinking. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mintz and son were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl and cauv. wherein, plaintiff Order In next tour weekly laiuea.

their eon, Tommy of Jacksonville
MAN WATCHMAKE81r spent Saturday night and Sunday
l" ASK KHO. .. .
with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen.Mr. .
and Mrs. W O. Engram,

y gram Miss Virginia and Delbrrt Engram Crews, Sonny were En- What Can The Believe ?
Ds ARF !Snyder guests 'of In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.Sunday.Charles

UTAR Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland had I
Je. as their visitors Sunday Mr. Rudolph
Rosier and children of Law. I
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Reddish When the anti-trust lawyers in Washington filed their suit to put the A&P out of business, they immediately

and sons of Heilbronn Springs, handed out for all the newspapers of the United States a story giving in detail their "allegations" againstthis
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Noland and
.', My pt-rwwiutl Integrity and profcwlon, barker daughter, of Orlando Mr. and Mrs company.

by 40 yrar of rvprrlenre In Fine Watrh Repairing J. B. Strickland and ton and Mrs When we published advertisements giving our side of the case, they protested, even though they had made:,
Is'your Guarantor of
Satisfaction. Alice
visitors Ruth Resh of Mr.of and Gainesvillewere Mrs. \A. and have continued to make, in newspapers, in speeches and over the radio these charges that would seriously

;; Ed Simpson C. Davis during the holiday sea damage our business, if they were believed by the public.

,b Seaboard K.K. Watch Inspector sons.Miss Joyce Davis returned home Every week millions of American housewives patronize A&P stores. Many of them would not want to deal

GEM JEWELRY Thursday following a week's stayIn with the kind of people that the anti-trust lawyers represent us to be.
I Waynesvllle, N. C. She made
the trip with her brotherinlawand We thin .we have a right to protect this 90-year; old business which has made it possible for millions of.

I sister Mr. and Mrs. Lyle No- American families to get more and better food for their money, which'is' providing high-wage employmentfor

J z. et."I J ,were land of Mr.Orlando Noland's and relatives their hosts 1 10,000 Americans and which is helping millions of farmers to improve the methods of distributingtheir

No answer by us would be necessary if the anti-trust lawyers were always right.

But they, like all other human beings, can be wrong. ,...

't .- In this case we know. they are wrong. "' .r.

They have been wrong before.In .

Never B-U-Y Before You T-R-Y .
case after case they made charges against A&P which were proved in court to be utterly without foun '

We will prove that statement right up to the hilt.

,., The anti-trust lawyers tell the public that they won a previous anti-trust suit against us'at Danville, Illinois.

i t-..... They did.

..:;. ,What they do not tell you is that they brought case after case against the A&P in federal courts all over

the United States. Before they won this case they suffered three defeats.

The anti-trust lawyers have told everybody about the time that the courts said they were right. We think

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY RACK! you are entitled to know about the three times the courts said they were wrong.
Now we are going to tell you about the first one. In future advertisements we will tell you about all of them.

Prices Good Through Saturday, January 7thHalvesn -.

Kegular 12 Ounce Can The Washington Bread CaseIn

I ; Peaches;; 19c I CORNED BEEF 29c

Il April 1941, the anti-trust lawyers brought a criminal suit in Wash. $0 here was a case in which the anti-trust lawyers made seriously damaging

Del Monte Coffee lb. 750 ington, D. C. charges against the A&P, in.support of which, in the words of the court,

They charged that the A&P two grocery chain competitors, two labor they did not have "any evidence at all."

unions and other good American citizens had fix
conspired to the priceof
Tan Can aflyer 1lilton's Creen: & White .
bread. This was not the only time the anti-trust lawyers made charges against

Pink SALMON 35e LIMAS 303 lOc the A&P which the courts said were not true. In future ads we are going
can Can.anyone imagine charge calculated to be
any more damaging to aretail to tell you about these other suits. We are not going to duck either. We
grocery business? They asked millions of people believe that
are going to tell about the criminal
you suit that the anti-trust lawyer
No. 2 Can I'inegrove III' Can American Oil we were the kind of grocers who would take bread out of the mouths of won at Danville, Illinois
poor people and make it harder for a wife and mother to feed her family.
Okra & Tomato Puree 9c SARDINES 7c
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These charges were false. The anti-trust lawyers say that they are not attacking "bigness" or

efficiency' They have to say that because the courts have decided th.t
I In that case it developed I that the A&P and the two who
Can'Tomatoes charged with with competitors were "bigness"and efficiency and selling at low prices is not a crime.
No. Z 3 for 29c conspiring us to maintain high bread prices actually .
sold bread cheaper than most of the other stores in Washington.
But the fact is crystal I clear I that they only I brought their bread suit againttthe I
The anti-trust lawyers presented and argued their case. When they big and
-- were companies against companies that sold good bread at the
"' SUGAR SEN' T SWIFTNING I through. Federal District Judge Allen T. Goldaboiough ruled that A&P lowest prices; just as in this current suit they are attacking a big company
Z and the other defendants did not even have to put in a defense. He that sells good food cheap.
FREE DEAL ordered the jury to bring in a verdict of "not guilty." .

5 lb. 29c Buy One 303 Size Can 3 lb. pkg. 65cOleomargarine Judge Goldtborough said to the anti-trait lawyer: :We really are going a suit against to show efficiency the: American and against people; real that competition.the suit r to destroy A&Pis

Gebhardt's Chili For "If you were to ,show this/ record to 'any exper.encedtriallawye

37c And Receive One in the world, he would tell you that there The real question involved in this suit i i. whether businessmen are coin

OleomargarinePlain was not any evidence at all. to be encouraged to do a better and more efficient job; or -whether'
303 Size Can Tamales are going to let the anti-trust lawyers in Washington blow the whistle on
FREE Honestly, have never in my over forty year'.experience anybody who gets big by giving the people more for their money. .
lb. 15d _. Colored lb. 29c seen tried a case that was at absolutely devoid of
-' =- evidence as this. That i* the honest truth. I have '
never No make
believe sell
one can us that it is a crime to try to

NECKBONES lb. lOc Green CABBAGE, lb. 3Vc seen one like it. the best quality food at the lowest possible price.

SPARE RIBS, lb. 25c Fla. ORANGES, doz. 15c

Large CELERY Stalk .
Sugar Cured Picnics, I Ib. 29c
Large Head

Ga. Hot SAUSAGE, lb. 17'/-c; Yellow SQUASH, lb. .- .lOc7'c 9c THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY

PIG LIVER lb. 19c
CARROTS, Bunch '

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Meet 1 conference officer gave an In- minister noon for a business meeting.The I RELIEF :
Birthday Party PTA formative talk. Mrs. Wood con Mayor O. J Anders and, family W. S. C. S. met In business FROM

For Steve Denmark Tuesday AfternoonA cluded the program with "Sug- were In Tampa visiting relatives session at the Methodist Church Symptems of Distress Arising In.,
gestions for the New Year." during the New Year's holiday. last Tuesday afternoon.The STOMACH ULCERS
I Mrs. S. Q. Denmark honored her meeting of the PTA will be Delightful refreshments were Frank Morgan of Green Cove Baptist Brotherhood held DUE TO EXCESS
little son, Steve, on his second held In the high school library served by the hostess assisted by Spring was! visiting friends In their regular meeting at the church ACID
u'n last Friday Jan. 10, at last Tuesday evening at 7:30. Fr.FrosBoekTelIsofHomoTrestmtntu
birthday anniversary Tuesday afternoon Mrs J, R. Wainwright and Mrs Lawtey last Sunday.
with a party at the Episcopal 3:15. Mrs W. R. Morse will have C. A. Coggins. Mr and Mrs. H. C. Kelly, David Mr and Mrs. Tommie Testone I'' Must Help or It Will Cost You Nothm,
Center" Church Street. 1 of the which will and Wendell Kelly and Mr. and family were visiting relatives, Over three million Ubtllei or the w........
..... Service on charge program T..*TMBNT h..e boon olil. for "'u,,>,
Kenldenra June Caldwell (fore Colored balloons were used: In have as Its theme "Parents and Circle three met at the home of and Mrs. L. H. Futch were visiting In Macclenny last Sunday. I' ymptonuofdlKtrawi. from etaani
Duedenel Ulcer. due. la 1:......AaTjl
Ph. Slate Farm 43 Editor Phone ::9 decorating for the afflar. The table Children face their everyday prob- Mrs Foster Shi Smith with Mrs. their aunt Mrs. W. S. Futch Mr and Mrs. C. E. Strickland Peer Dlsntlen. *eur or Uei.l s._..
,was covered with white and green lems". It was announced that anight. Gilbert Newcomb as co-honteaw and Judge and Mrs. T. G. FutchIn were the overnight guests of Mrs.Strickland' 1 1 Oeulneu, MeertlMirn "..plM>_t._.
___ ". .. II plannedfor due r.o a.: e.HAeld.Niilil. '>(l I/ d...,.,' s....t
out T. J.Terry
being Mrs.
-- crepe paper cloth with a cut meetlnIs/ The business session was presided LeeHburg last Monday. mother Ask for "Wlllerd'! M_..." ..hih-J.,
motlff and centered with the birthday an early date and will be heldIn over by Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Friends of L. H. Hill will be interested last Friday night. explain thin tmetmmth.al r ir.
Miss Helen Whitfield Christmas MeetingOf cake holding two candles. the new school cafeteria buildIng ( circle chairman. Mrs. E. to know'that he (is much Mrs Melba Partin resumed her KOCH oUIJa !STORE

Weds Spencer Crews WCTU Enjoyed Cake. ice cream and cold drinks L. Matthews program chairman, Improved. He is a patient at teaching In Lawtey Jr. High '- "
I were served to the many little conducted a Bible study quiz. Shadycreat Hospital In Starke.Mr. School after an absence of several ,: : :"'",
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whltfield The Christmas meeting of the I guests. I Young Matrons At the close of the meeting a and Mrs. Bennett Green of weeks caused by Illness.
of the Florida State Farm Kal- Laura Scott Union W. C. T. U Mrs. Denmark was assisted In salad course was served by the New Orleans and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. B. Arwood and Mrs
ford announce the marriage of was most interesting Mrs. W. N. serving by Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. The Young Matron's Circle of hostesses Bill Lane of Deland visited theJ. Joyce Futch attended the sing at FOR
their daughter Helen Callaway. Johnson was hostess and read the About 40 little friends were Invited the Presbyterian Church will meetat S. Eunice family during the Heilbronn Church last Sunday.
to William Spencer Crews son. of second chapter of Luke for the to enjoy this affair with the home of MrR. 'W. T. Jack- The Wesleyan Service<< GuiHi of'holidays. Mrs. Green and Mrs.
:)lr. and Mrs. IP S. Crews of the Devotional. She said that the true Steve. non 'Thursday evening, January the Methodist Church met Tuesday -I Lane are daughters of Mr. and CARD OF THANKSWe ,
same place. Tie> wedding was an Spirit of Christmas Is sharing with 12 at 7:30: o'clock. All members evening at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Eunice wish to thank our many a
event of Friday. December 30 In others however small the gift. Woman's Council are urged to attend and visitors W. B. Sewell with 15 members I A Layette Shower was held for friends and neighbors for their
Walterboro, South Carolina. Mr. Mrs. Quigley and Mrs. Goodman are :welcome An Interesting" program present. Mrs Joyce Bennett Rider at her many kindnesses and for the beau TVSEEj Se
and Mrs. Crews are now residing quoted two verses along this line. Installs OfficersThe has been planned. After a short devotional Mrs. home last Tuesday afternoon. tiful floral offerings during our
In Palatka. I This portion of the meeting closed\ of the I C J. Frazier Miss Audrey New Miss Loca Rafuse' and Miss Grace bereavement at the loss of our .
Woman's Council b
Mrs. Crews attended elementaryand I with prayer and Miss Edna Noegelrendel..tI held Its Methodist Circles man and Mrs. N T. Green presented -I Crews, were hostesses. son, Ronald O. Hunt.--Mr. and ]
high school at Bradford High a beautiful solo: "Such First Christian Church I a program/ emphasizing: A special meeting of the Lawtey Mr. A. H. Kuhn and family. :p.
School Starke. Mr. Crews graduated I Love An God's". first meeting of the new year Have MeetingThe I II Epiphany, the time when the Wise City Council will be held in the
School Mrs. Johnson mentioned a letter Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. 1 I
from High Men visited the Christ Child I Council Room next Monday night
and is now employed\ a firm of receive" from the District President Many good results were the cli- circles of the Methodist I R. n. Thede of Jacksonville wasa l. Circuit Court, Bradford. Cuuilj.Klorltlm .
tree Burgeons In Pjlatka.. ",., Mrs. Smith of Lake City, In max of this business meeting. i WSCS met Tuesday afternoon at The Guild Is making plans to business visitor here last Saturday .1.. .IB...Y.Cbaorvrr.JcHHla .., Plaintiff v... Mary
which she stated that part of the Two newly elected officers began" 3 o'clock. help re-derv>rate the Sunday hills/ lla)'.H, Defendant.. ('a.." No I oJl

Circles work for the coming year was soliciting their work: the president Mm. Circle one met at the home of School rooms of the Educational Mrs. Carl Prevail" Mrs. Joyce 18711 Ord. of Publication ..* Nollre tot
Baptist / new honorary members for Homer Swlndall, and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. E. K. Perryman with Mra.P. Building. Miss Julia Futch |>l>rnr. HTATH' OK .'..111&.1)V toiMary
Futch. Mary Chas. Ce1
Met This WeekCircles each Union. Another letter read Douglas, Secretary and Treasurer..II H. Long as cohostess.Mrs. and Benton Futch went to Bok I Fair Kin Hlur,Hay. North en, whimn Carolina re.idena.Is : .1
was from Sam Morris of radio An Invitation I* extended to all Bertha Pearce circle chairman Tower last Thursday for the day. .. You are required la appear on ."
of the W M. S. of theE fame in Texas Mr. Morris recently women who would like to be a I presided over the business LAWTEY I They spent the night In Ocoee Court. ..h. Bh(and, 1950 cause, In wherein the above plaintiff named b1
:'ptlst Church mrt Tuesday afternoon celebrated his 13th: Anniversary of member of the Council or who sesitlon. with Mrs Prevatt's mother, Mrs. Hock flivorcr Bradford County
at 3 o'clock. radio broadcasting, and It was unanimously would like to visit with the group. The devotional was given by Mrs.- Silas Brown, returning to Lawteyon Trleirrnph In n.xt four halt weekly puhllnh seee.e.this Or The Ida Darby Circle met at the voted to send a liberal The meetings are held at the P. H. Long. I- II. FlutchMr. Friday.Mr. Witness mY hAnd and official seal Shepherd
home of Mrs. Maxie Carter with donation to assist Mr Morris in Church on the first Tuesday of At the close of the meeting refreshments and Mrs. H. B. Crosby of nt. Starke I'H'i" Florida. this lieuemberSi.
Mis. Wesley Andrews as co-host- his Temperance broadcasts. Cards every month at 3 p.m. were served by the I and Mrs Frank Jones and Brooker were visiting relatives In (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.T.: Thomas. ,

eas. of cheer :were Rent to three absent hostesses. two: children moved to Lawtey last ..awtey last Saturday. Ry Hnvrn AII'Crosby Clerk, D.of C!.Raid Court . J
The topic of the discussion WAS members.At Tourist Club .- week from Starke. Mrs. Jones Is Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd and Ally for Plf. 1.6 41 1-17 tAnn's "i I
"Teach them to Observe." Mrs. the close of the meeting Mrs. Circle two.met at the home of teaching( In the school here. Mr. children and James Phillips all
' L. A. Canova had charge of the Johnson gave' each one present" a Has Bingo PartyA Mrs. A. F. Sauls.Arrangemente. Jones Is a barber in Gainesville.We of Macon. Ga. spent New Year's

devotional and gave an Interesting little gift from the beautifully dec delightful bingo party was en- of azaleas and welcome them to our town. visiting the O. J. Phillips family. Bakery & Coffee
and Instructive quiz program onInlons. orated Christmas tree. A feature joyed by the Starke Tourist Cli'b narcissi :were placed throughoutthe I Miss Libby Morgan of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins had Shop
]\[ The program was closed of the afternoon was the presentation home. was the weekend guest of Miss ,
Thursday evening. Dec. 29, at the as their guests during the New ." "
by a prayer by Mrs. R. A. Thomas. of a basket of gifts to Miss American Legion hall. The short business session was Ada Edwards. Year holiday Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sandwiches : r' Decorating: :

The business session :was presided Olive Ray aa the oldest memberIn Miss Jeannette McLendon of presided over by Mrs. May Green, Mrs. T. J. Terry Miss Elizabeth Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Popeof Hot Dogs Our SpecialtyIlamburgers
of service and Mrs. J. W. circle chairman. Terry, Mrs. Futch and ...
over by the circle leader, point Orlando several selectionson Joyce Jacksonville. ,
gave 'I ; ;;
Mrs. Roy Ward. The meeting was White aa oldest in years. Much Following the business session" Ralph Futch went to Ormond last Chocolate
closed with prayer.At loving thought went Into the preparation the accordion and that accompaniedthe followed. the! program was presented' by Wednesday to visit Mrs. Terry'sshoter Mrs. Simpson of Arcadia was Home Made Eclairs
of these gifts. group singing Mrs W. E. Middleton, program Mrs. J. L. Jones visiting her daughter Miss Ann Chili
the close of the meeting delicious Several new members jointed the last Ktlss 7
Simpson Tuesday. Danish
The meeting closed with a beautiful chejrmrri. The devotional was; The Methodist Church had a Milk Shakes
refreshments were served duet sung by Mrs. Johnson club at this time. given by Mrs.\ I. P. Shepherd.; A watch service on Now Year's eve Simpson Is the third grade teacherIn PastriesDONUTS
by the hostesses. Hot coffee and sandwiches were Ice Cream
and Mrs. Nunnery.Woodman lesson In "Spiritual Efficiency"waa I night. The Sacrament was adminIstered Lawtey Jr. High School. COFFEE 5c -
The next meeting will be held at served by Mrs. Bertha Pearce and given! by Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Just before 12 o'clock. Rev. The W. M. U. met at the Bap- Hot Chocolate :

the home of Mrs. L. G. Powell with her committee.The Mrs. D. C. Williams of Tampa, a J. R. Hill of Starke was the guest tist Church last Tuesday after-
Irrt.. Etta Tyson as co-hostess. Circle club always welcomes new

The Daisy Fowler Circle met at To Install Jan. 10 visitors Interested and In town assisting people In who buildingup are m: 'J'...- "..._........,,'__'''J ,, _J12d.m.- ,, >>_,'","" -.r."'."..... ,.X.,,";: n........ ...., -'...-_m-!, T'n r-----r_ r ,_ III !II R Ul L1lJU1J1'IiIn' ._!n.! [ ,J

the home of Mrs. II. A. Lawson The local chapter of the W. O. the Starke Tourist Club.
vlth Mrs. P. M. Barefoot as co- W. will hold Its regular meetingon /

hoctess.; Tuesday evening/ January 10 at Beta Sigma Phi 01'dgp4i t
The meeting was opened with the W. O. W. Hall. Snl'urdnygS' --
iTtence prayer. Dinner will be served at the The Gamma Theta Chapter of
1'urtngthe business session pre- Guidon Grill at 6 o'clock to all Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will hold

slil-d over by Mrs. F. J. Shaw member Its regular! bi-monthly meeting oz'
c't 'le leader, Mrs A. J. Thomas, Immediately following the din- Monday. January 9, at the home : ,
C'M'imunlty' mission chairman, repotted ner the meeting will bo held for of Mrs. Leslie Biggs at 8 o'clock. ] C : i E; v R'f OLET'
! ) a Christmas basket given Installation of officers for the new All members are requested to % '

i t>> the needy" and $4 was donated year, Miss Abby Holden of Jacksonville piesent.Sun. ,>, .
for lunch for a child at school Installation officer; Mrs. '
t -
Strickland, of Belle Glade. -
Amy -
. Mrs. H. A. Lawson program
l ch- Irnran presented Mrs. H.1.' Installation attendant and Mia POWEB.d
Maude Cathern of Jacksonville,
automatic Transmission
;. I'" igh who gave a very' Interest.In Installation will be rn/mduclf
chaplain pres IDA.I.C
/' talk about the origin of Daisy
, Fowler, Bud Lawsbn gave a lovely ent.The "'--"""'"' Optional! tn Dt l.Mxof.lI,*t Paul Cm w'i
\ piano selection. Installation committee Includes TARKE FLA.
Mrs. W. L. Andrews Mrs.
will be held
The next meeting
Eunice Wilson and Mrs. Maude ., Mon., Tuea.. Jan. 8-10
at the home of Mrs. A. J. Thomas.
At the closn of the meeting de- Lappe I

I'.'lous refreshments ,were served Calamity Jane .' .
by the hostesses J

The Business Woman' circle FOR AND SAM BASS
met at the Educational Building 401 =
YvoniM. l>-Carlo, Howard Duff
Tuesday evening at 7:30: o'clock

Mrs. J. D. Doyle presided In the .__ ---oA .*'''
pl, i->nce of the circle leader, Mrs. i:: II
R. B. Alvarez." \%'
: ','rs. L. D. Haines led the devotion DOUBLE FEATVKE r t ... 1

and conducted the discussion WINGS OVERHONOLULU t
on "Playing fair with others." .r
T"e hostesses, Mrs. H. II. Houston d
- Mrs L. F. Dinkins and Mrs I y-- -
Kntn, Sheppard nerved delicious FIRE I -- R Ra
refreshments at the close of the Urndy Barrie, Ray MUland ,., f
meeting\ AND \. 'a The Styt.llne De ton. 4-Door Sedo
,I, There'were_r' 21 members present. may cause a The Black Book ".:.b\. {: Ct1

Woman's Club serious loss. Ictus Koht. dimming, Arlene Dahl ,,

.To Meet Jan. I 11 1 1H

The Woman's Club of Starke dteclt yoiurPolicies Fri. Sat.. Jan. IS. II D.HSI. rrndA'aest..at! owe&f Cost/
a'9 hold Its regular meeting on DOUBLE FEATURE i
Wilnesduy" January 11, at 3:30o' :
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!JAN 6-1950 i iAY.

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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern had Cheri and Johnny Redgrave returned Guests of Mr. and Mrs L. :d.:' I. rirralf Veer.. H.*..... r...t r, plaintiff. seeks llvorr. Ilrnrtforrt AII Clerk of said Court.tv .
dinner New Years to their home lr Jackson "'10.'''.| l. m......,.. fnvnty Tolv niih nhnll puMlnh thin Haven t'n'ithv.. IX Cftmrlna .
as guests on Hutto and lust weekend : : I
family Order In next four weekly IHNIICKVlln It. Mom, 204115.flll..a". .".
lean '
Day Mr. and Mrs, Worth Newborn ville Monday afternoon after were Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and Soloman. l t'frndiint. (Plaintiff t I'''**, No vii JuoVPultkimm. 767W > .ii.. tnv! luiml And, ofriolitl seal. | I.lfi .Hullillnar, Jarki..>nvlll., Klorldn.'
of Gainesville Mrs. John spending last week here visiting Order of Publlmlloii. An4 Nollr Tfpritr. Bt rirnikf, Plorlilit, thin January Ally for I'lf. 1-ft l-'.
rs1iIIzIEIL1. family of Jacksonville Mr. and \ utmtf of. florid Tnl 4. llllillKKKlCIAti" .
; :: Marshall of Dayton Ohio and Miss their father. John Redgrave ( Sl\I.) \.1 ThomBX,
Jerk Hiilnninn. whore '
rrx/drnrPand ..
In <'lrrnlt Enact nrnrtfttril ( *tjrr'l .
Louise Stern of St. Louis. Mo. their grandparents Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Harry Lewis and family also KililrruK: l Ix SfliS Cute: HI, (' t:hi-rlno; An Clerk of Rata. Court ..rtilm In C.10.wr.rir.Ji .
Hoed Ni 10 Monti-mi. Viuxlivf, H\r Haven "r..hv. l 11 fT > Kmmlra Anilernton, T'lalntlff. r*.
W. of an
Friends of Mrs. Hal P. Gillen A. Redgrave.Miss Jacksonville and Mrs. Lorena 4'unnda !frank l.iiiMlruin, ,. Sdirk, Klorldil' .'"..n..N C'hrlMtopri liuwlfii. And..-
will regret to learn thnt she la, Shirley Scott of Tampa was Smith of Bcllevlew Fla. You. are nulrrd I to appear 1111F..b.V Ally fur I'lf I 1-6 41 1-37 sun. n..t..I"nt.. ('"". SOl. 11111. I
still confined to a Jacksonville the guest of Miss Nina Bishop last 6th. l 19:>o., In the shay untie' nf 1 M.ull-.. sad) Voflr* toAprnr.
Mr an Mrs W. O. Tlngram and nntnrti Court and rituva. whervlri. In IrruK Pearl Itr...ltu..1 leanly. ..'r\rn Or PLORIIIa rat
hospital where she was taken on weekend. nlnlnllff frrlt dlvnr j '-e. Ilrndfurd Kl>rl...lfil In < .hnneerr.ldd .loin**** ChrlMtorih. 1'twl.e. A"d..r-
r and Mrs. R. A. Newiomeled Miss Shirley Ann Shaw spent Christmas day.Sataumaa I Mr. and Mrs. CJ J. McGrlff Jr. family and Delbert Crews spent ("tninly: Trlricrnph shall piilillnh: thlt; JlI. Vnllcry. I I'lulnllff. i- Mary xI.n whnnx. r.nt last Orn>r In neat four. weekly issues.. O. = .ry. ln.fi niliinl; : : CH I. Ni 7BKJMnry III iniknnwn.Ynu .
In Jacksonville. In
home here last last week visiting last weekend Sunday Jacksonville visitIng .
their of Gainesville
to spent .
!! at !SMrunU'n.! AVitnxmi mv, hnnil and nrfli-l Order. of PuhlIrN//nn ana '...tI. Intparsr Ire requlr.d to appear Oil
dafter spending( the ChrlatfcoHdaya Miss Jo Ann Milligan. here as guests of Mr. and Mrs.G. Mr and Mrs. Charles M. Snyder CHI HI Clarke. Klf>rl<'lii. thin. lummiy, "r\1"" : LIP .OHIII' 1 10" F'Ph 6th l520" In the n A eve named.
Holiday guest of the T. M. and 4, IdAii. O Vnlli'iv,. AHIHI,, ropiI'tie. Court ad cn,'..s. "'h..ln pl..l..tltt.k.
In Miami with Mrs.pme's Aster'y Larkspur| Petunia ArMrum J. McGrlff, Sr. While here they .,. .. ,
K. R. Hutchlnpa were Mr. and (OFFICIAL SKAt) A :J. Thom And l n<.,Ir.'.H 1"r. Monil I'MIDMorn. ilia a.P A restoration p' mal.I..n
mother Mrs. 3, A. RngUnli Dalale htiaotaUalHlrn 'I Mrs, W S. Robinson i>f Dupo 111., attended the Gator Bowl game on A. C"lik, i.f said Cnuri. ; IxiulHlnlia. i .I..n. name Hradfnrti. ..e'ouatyTelegraph
| and sister, Mrs. B. C. Ped- .. at Si.drunk's.Mr. Monday. -W Rv seven :Croehv, It (' You:: err u' 'iill:,;rd rn:, ipptnr: on four shall, .k iiiiinn IFBII. nii... OrderIn
Rev. and Mrs Joe Avery and T Prnnk 1.nn' rlln, .PVhrunrt Ath. MlfiO MI the nbovunnniiMl nest "
and Mrs.\ Don Patray returned Joan of Phoenix City Ala., Mr. Mn and Mrs. D. A. Montelth of In .'lr-..I. Court, llrmlfard Coo.l> Ally for I'U I l-4 . '
at "rlfnlk. Flurldathis c m-
Hti'kiiitnm' ITnHford
Jsts of Mrs. Ada Alexander to their home In Gainesville and Mrs. Leon GIlliam and sons Eustis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. .MYorldea Kenneth. la O. <'hanrery rartiT, Plaintiff> vHr.iuiu f foiitny' :: : .Trl KiHl,' >h hall;; ,puhllHh thin. her i !'", II4'I.IOFFICIAl .

|w Years Day were Mr. and after spending the holidays Jeff and Brad of Farmlngton Mo., W. H. Graham last weekend. Carter Uefrmlant, ..'It". N" .,Irt-ult' four. llrMilfnrd. foiintn t>r.,lfr In.. nitt' fmtr niklv lN*u.tNVUni ( HKAT.: t. 3 Thnmaav
76 M. Klttrlrim In knnrrrr.Pelir \ >. mv hrtml mil. "fflrllilnnnl A* Clerk of "HidCimrt,
?. O. Dupuls. Mr. and Kre.HuRQTlns :: with Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen.Mr and Rev. and Mrs. Claude Carl ofQoodwater Miss Joan Carpenter returnedto Orilvr of PnbllrHtlim l.lvlillnl I'lMlnlirr i Ixnhel| nl Stark.. ,F'I.r\ .itlu 'hln' .Iantlnr5 .I l I'v haven f'roi.hv n f
!! and son Rormv, and Mrs. P. E. Sullivan were Mo. her home here Sunday after *l...*.... "" '.\'1'.1 or nod M ..."tI.otlr\ toil I L.lvli1lnl. IH'fomtontimr- No; THR '. 'ft'ifl i iI .\ .I Thuma. "I' Hlnrkc. KlorljH
seats Sulli- spending last week in Daytona l> >nna Carter, whom I I ...01.. ..r l-uhlloHllon end Xntlrv to (OFFICIAL KB XI.i' A I Thomas, Ally for I'lf 1./ Irs. II. L. MaynArd all of p of Mr and Mrs. C. Mrn. V. S. St. John received a iiililroKK i l la 77 I'aik rcntilvmw: and! I I tpnritr. WTtlK' .ii' I'I.OII 1111 tol. I
a. F)". van of Thereusa last weekend. long distance! telephone) call Tues Beach as the guest of Miss Su- York City New York Avenue New .i ItnlitI, 1.IVlolln'h., ....., rt*<.lilf nrw and,
Wood of Clcwiston' spent' Mr and Mr. W. J. Dodd and from zanne Ramsey. YIIII BIO tviiulrpfi. iu .|ip"Hr' IM, I I' lul.lri'Kir.. In. 10:\It 1 1 Ku.l 24).l tllrvclllroiix '
day morning her Ste- : h
Bn son .
S..w Yi.ik
+ Ki'lirimry 61 h, mail; in the nlmvinutnHd iI STORE
there visiting: hHrnd family returned Monday from a ;'phen In Miss Mamie Smith of Gainesville I', I it atnblishr j
eekend Japan. The! call was placed 1'ciurt and c.u.V whu. >i, Y III air .r lllll.>,1'| 4P|>'AI If! }; 1.S94
children. two week's visit with relatives In by Stephen at 10 Tuesdaynight spent last weekend with Mr. plaintiff nock. illvorr }llrxiUoii, I'I I PVhrtmry. flIU, 'It5il! I ihi nets", I
I i p.m. County Telegraph shall. miMlnli. III' named .lnl I
'unit and
< wh
and Mrs. J. L. i nee r
''ll rts D. Halnes{ left last Salurdr MIS ISHlppl. I i and received by his mother I Anderson and family Order. In next. four weekly tents' I ,.

F Wake Forrest! N. C: lifter. Mrs. W. R. Chalkley of Rich here at 7:30: a.m. Tuesday morn Wllnfun I at .stnrk my,. KlorUla.hand anti ihlr. J.nffiulnlira ..nuar4. \ I .; "," jIi!:'-: .t;., :" .:: : : ;,.'Y''t: ; : :. --"-. ': :: '. 'ylSALEl
Mrs. J. R. Jr left for j
I g the holidays with his mond. Va arrived Saturday for ing which given some Idea of the j Chasteen li'ilUKKU'MI.! .>.
Rev and Mrs. L. D. fvtqlt with her son-in-law and difference In time between the her home in Atlanta Ga.: Thursday j jafter .PR' .VI-J A:1.: Thoma
A. tier of bald
lighter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank two points. Stephen wished. to I spending several days here fy Prnnkltl.t
Louise' Stern returned, tojils. Durshimer. bn remembered. to nil his Starke visiting her parents, Mr.. and Mrs I T drum, Stark.., Florid i.
Ally rr I'lf ] 4t 117 SPECIALSALE}
H. .
Yt Mo. Sunday evening to Dilly .and Jimmy Dowling spent friends and wishes all a Happy L. Brownlee.Mrs.
j her studies at the St. Louts lest weekend. In Palatka visiting New Year. Paul E. Canova of Gainesville .

r te of Music! Washington their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ara Moitt had the followIng visited relatives here last Florida's

itty. Roy Mntthews. holiday visitors: Mr. and Mrs. Monday. \ SUIT

J. S. ClWBteen of Birmlnga. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plaster of 'V.V.. Carter Lalceland; her 1 Guests of Mrs. W. D. Faxon and Forest of .*.

I is visiting her aon-ln-lav", Jacksonville were guests of Mr. sister Mrs. W. A. Alvarez Jackaonville 'i Mrs. E. J. Flynn last weekend were I 2 END TABLES Walnut .

ughter Mr. and.,Mrs. W WIte. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas last week ; Mr. and Mrs. M. C. O'j j I Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Lee and Mrs. flowersRAVINE This is Finish Also wit"a
i O. L. Wood of Mobile Ala. I
end. Berry and Mr. and Mn. J. Maxie ..
Hull all of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Mr**. /lARGAIN 1 FLOOR LAMP Nice 3- thispurchase

.;- .. --f Mrs, F. P. DeBerry and family Morgan Jacksonville.Darby spent Tuesday In GARDENS i I ire arcpanning Way Lamp with Bronze or

of Panama
1 ,'. ._. ., O' Mrs. Marvin City.Lawson and sons I j Major and Mrs Harold Wall I fALATKA, FLORIDA on Ivory Base

and 1\1'11. Gordon Dnckntader and and children Bill and Nancy Dee OPEN *...
1 COCKTAILTABLE.-! givecuslomers
of St. Augustine spent last .weekend I to you, our ire
son visited Mrs. Lawaon'a :
parents FOIL 1030 UI.NTKK SKASONThin :
Your opportunity Mr. and Mrs. O. Welch of friends.here visiting relatives and I I In th. nation'. mitMtonil-, ern Design i Walnut Finish one $5.9.1SMOKER

Dade City and their sister Mrs. i I;,,I Mr. |!: Ing ..uU'I..atl..n! project aminn4ra .*. 1 TABLE LAMP
and Mrs. J. P. Cooper and
Roy Holm and family and brother for huiulmln.. of llutuHamla I We bought
GET ACQUAINTED with the Lewis Welch and family;'. of family of Kalamazoo. Mich arrived I II' .ht-aiity lovers from
Monday for a vIMt ,with Mr. I these
Tampa over the New Year week- and Mrs. J. E. Flynn and Mra. W. all |utrt.. of. lie continent SfV- :tH$175eOO VALUE F K K K !
end.L f'n.1 miles of nwnlc drivewayand specialfor
D. Faxon.
Hall father of L. A. HalL fiM>i|>ath. wind plrtureNiipy -
FARMALL CUBtractor celebrated his 5th birthday an> Inlversary. I Miss Audrey Newman accompanied I <| | through bank of point'snuigi thinoccasion. SALE: THICK: PRE K !
by her mother. Mrs. J. J.
Thursday January Sthi., *.>lla% dogwmxl, azaleas,
Mr. Hall is a native of Michigan) 1 j.' Newman of Madison spent the holidays I lane '.Inc, and tM ugalntllli>a $

and implements and In spending' the winter at the with her brother-In-law and 85 WITH. of Florlilu'n, only I _ :i 35
I home of his son and daughter sister Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Milltzcr natural rat In.-... IISPhAYKl: >

law at their home south of In Lincoln Nebr. Drive the garden Irailsin li J.: A L IN OUR
> Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Dllwklna.S. ,

1 i !aLExhibit'At I I Starke.Mr. and Mrs. O H. Bennett were i.,I kins.. and of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Crosby were guests Daw- your own car! S A J' I N as YOU SAVE $40.00 WINDOWYou

holiday guests of their son-in-law I of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. NollmaJi 'I Plan MOW to VIsit Rat lime
Your Farm and daughter' Mr. and Mrs, Ran- 'last Onrdens:

dolph Bores In Jacknnnvllle. Alan Monday Redman night.of PhiladelphiaPa. I Open dally 9 A. M. tu 3 I I'. M. would expect to pay much more for this Lamp I

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Billy was a guest of Mr. and Mrs ADMISSION FOR ADULTS: !< .
Upon Request.You're Dowllng' last weekend A A D :.t Way Beautiful
were Mr. Harry Weber during the holidays. $ .00. Including tat FT L .
and Mrs. Jackie Hallowell and Mr. Redman! was a co-worker of (''IIIIJHCRN 8 TO 12: S V U IVLAMPS I'J..slShadt'M. / $5.95

daughter; Tracy of Federalaburg. Mr. Weber at the Budd Manufacturing !1\1) ,23, Including tat Kroncc or Ivory "Finish -
Md. .
Co in Philadelphia. He expects For further Information or .
Mrs. B. Halnet of Winter Haven
invited. Drop in. See this interesting display. to retire In the near future free illiiMiratwl folder write (;.
Arrived this week for with
a and locate in Stnrke. 1>. Rogue C'lty Maiiuicvr 1'a-
1y Learn all about the handy new Farmall Cub tractor Mrs. Ada Alexan sad] matched implement Talk to the "CUBster" in" I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and to her home here last week after

charge. Ask all the questions you want. Climb into the son were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I; upending three woeks In St. Charles .

t irisrattry the fingertip controls. Get acquainted wad !Owen Gall of Tampa last weekend.Mr. 111. with her parents Mr. and jl kAVIIU GAi GEIrSr/

this modern efficient, power-farming unit. See huw and Mrs. Richard Thede and I Mrs. C. A. Heather. A week after PALWKA7TLORIEA.,.,.. fi Denmark Furniture Co.

you can put !it t to work to increase your profit t son of Jacksonville spent last I she- arrived for her visit her'

\ t Ask fbr a FREE copy of "Farming with" t.." I weekend Marcia here Kay visiting Bennett. <' relatives.spent the father 17. Funeral died suddenly services. on December i St.: JOHNS- DIVER TBAiL_J\ 1'IIONK i 151 STARKE. FLA.
were held onTUf'lIday !
r Farmall Cub. Stop in today!
holidays with her mother Mrs.A. I .
H. December 20. I . _...".,...... .M.._ ......, :iIio: _....,_zrswt_..__._ _IIJMII!._ .
Dibble. In Jacksonville. ., '--'--'--' -- -- -- -'
Miss Marjorie Ellen Thomas ar I --- ---- -- :.;.:.:.=.:: --
"' Miss Jeannette ra-I I rived this week for an extended! ,
Farm Home & Auto
Supply turned to her home In Orlando stay with her grandparents<, Mr I .

Sunday after spending and Mrs. P F. Stump. Ii

r Starke Fla.INSURANCE days here with her grandparents, l I Jerome Johns and John Anderson i

Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Matthews spent last weekend in Jack.

)tnnrlhluhes. at ".t Mink.... sonville. While there they attended I

very Branch of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyua and the Gator Bowl Game on New II
children spent several days of last Year's day I

week visiting.. relatives. In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez and COMING

I': They were accompanied as far as Miss Chart Redgrave spent lust' i!
Fort Lauderdale by Sheriff and weekend visiting relatives In Tam

Mrs.! P. D. Reddish! and son Ml- paand Walton Fla. ; 1

IMS? Chad who stopped there for a Mr: and Mrs. Edwin Marshall I ORGOING. ,1

H. C. WALL AGENCY ( : visit with relatives and daughter Deloies of Anthony. .9.w.... "..'

Mrs Alda Marshall of Brook visited Mr. nnd Mrs. F. J, Shaw .

I vies, Oh'o and Punta (l(1rdlFla.. and family Inst Sunday afternoon

PLKASR I'HONE 116 spont New Years weekend! here Mrs. W W. Monette has. returned '

v'-itinnr' the W A, Sterns Mrs home after week's stay In the .
Constant Service Over 50 Years
-- John
I Uglow and family and other Alachua
County Hospital i In
friends. I Gainesville. cJxi

i I Atalea' and, (nillia.. at NHtnnkN. I
.. iI of Mr. and Mrs. W <1
-- -- -- frALUEy1.1
Halle last weekend '
were Mr. and .
Miss' ", Lilly Tom Starling of Ha- Mrs. W. A Helms and son. David Y' I

:hlra. Ga. apent last weekend here and Bobby of Jacksonville. Mrs. .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Helms
-- --- -- -- Mary of Charlotte. N C I

Slnr.r S.wln. 1II.hlnu SPEVI.t l.Frit HAl.K Ur (JIIKJ.CBV Miss Janet Anderson and Bill and Miss Linda Sue Halle of i I
h A T..rm. are available In 4k* UAVI.S: 1 lie Walt table F Miles. Miami.
.. IKtInn only through, 8ln*.r sawn. Ilk. now, real '''''IeHln...
-Ins Ma<'hln.. Co.. ICS N. M' .r81. 1 ao-ln. bandnnw. 460. i '-In. Water n
,. Lake (my. F.a. Phone i pump 1 III'. '100. 1 rlni'trlv'
wrli or vI,,IL our iihop. Our. punch machine with motor |luu. ----=--
.n A SrvUcar* will vlulttr 1 ..l.ctrlo light |plant J1GO. Htuvxa
hum ,upon r"'i".."t. tf I..d. oil or Kiel) ream. $1 116n..p. THEATRE
Cedar rh.ata 130 New untialntcilti .

true. .'.'." ...... r..d US.>bl I a houna|T each.& lot. S, I 11 III wheel gnu. 1II01..r' STARKE SMARTER
'.e ltt riUipmnl| lwt.ru" iwlnc-. ... 1 truck. I power lawn ...
I Low prli:, Quirk .n..I.l I llrlo l lawn. t'1 -
mower $15. I __
1811. "n'Kay ".P........ flatPnurh tf' ran IIS. I eleL-trlr dough Saturday, January 7 Tues. & Wed., Jan. 10 & I II r r
64* Jtullough Kcl '36. 1 doughnut. deep fryer (,,110'1
I piano $100 Many oilier. !, fOPIJU; FEATURE(
r FOK ItENT- .fu.n. S rm.. I ,Kain. Itl DOUIILK. FEATURE v<,ewe THAN
Ih lit screened porrh n omy &
nfurtitlil .* hfat, "' !
linn stove
,'_ refrlg. K.u.on..bl... Mrs,. I rIxing .. WANTKD.farm A : pick Family..,"to......work..1.....on O.myl<*. ITrue and violent
4tlil N. Wnlout lip' I ......"n. Starkc Kla. lli 15( I search for

8AI.RA: number of 8 year. Moe I H MWllllnKhnm kI J20.0CO.OCO M GOO; r '
FOR MALT: 4 milk Runts. :
.. Aril...ula plunta. Also 200 yi.iinw. EVER.
Kt. 2 l box 47. 2* mlN. CISul" .
MrB C. O Wynn IH I ; 01t'11 -
.an treeN. of Htark un lax hlway I lip FORD'LUPINO .
pic, cant uf Call St. brldKa tf I .

AI'T. roil RENT: Turn or unfurn
KENT: Clean dents elonpfiirnl ..nlr..... ..,. .L e
..h"fl (SINiI unfurnished. ) a.m. hath pet VttUE
I"Im..nt.. AMO| cnttair, Cfiltvnlffl, Ifot water. Just. r..it..<-..' PA lairo a
( 201 W.Ma.ll.on. If a from arlliinl.. K. A. rJcoll.
cob Temple A.. 1'h. 9 or 54 Itp,

K. HKNT1 mn ih hot water At other conv_nitH. R'U"O n"I"U'
6 rm... .A hath. On r rtir. til M..... All! M..I.
town. f. H. Nuaworlhy 11 i .K i ........" IIi A1D0
It ..........101. ...,.... *mmr lip
II'Nt. Ktark
CII '". (.'. SIP IPlil: RIb I .,l
ItKNT': : .. 1 C'o: .rt A Ma B ...t'"f':: ; .:... I 1 .. T.r. THE BIG VALUE is DOiiGE !
[ It Nanworthy. 33J K. fall HI.rk ; .I AND -

;: 3-rm. rnttaico .apt .
.n.d porrh, l>vt. .bath, Highest Cash Prices Paid Birthday. Rn
r. heat. vlrrt r.,.111I'. All '
Jeanne .tnlwrt You could thousand dollars and 1
llrl... fiirn Mr.. J. I* Hlmirotm.' ., ; pay a more n _
4 W MndiKon. ft. HPJcrnoy WILL BUY IN BULK ,Jwi. ( !tap. It "" Ud Bill Illrkok".
I still not get all the nevrJbeoufy extra room -Jh-
milk row with wM"rt OK IN UNITEDWIN .I: Short Feature "Stowaway"!' -
on 'oreh...... Left Xinn 13,1br'LOg.mA famou* rUQCecJn.this; great new Dodge
v. 'I H Bennett Stark Itp t1f
MALE: Vw lC'en..p", mn- Or John W. Turner HHI.'M HK.4.PH ""UK in smart new nlyliiijf in rar ..fli t

Rln l 'nnt*. cur KraiinnaHl South. Cherry>"" Iifxt'Tl Pt,''' P. O. Box 463CaJnesylll Sun. & Mon., Jan. H & 9 ,,iMlfmtf' ill ('lImf..rl. in Mitiml rnjtmrrrinfC.nil; in IJ ,.

rk. Itp *. Fla. annual iliillur' and rent. Sun,. ,lirfaiiM I ihr li'if. new Ihxlfr' \

RENT: nnflrrn.l.hedrftt.beepI .....14 jil-l it few dollar m"rr than the .IfiMrrHl-iirii'fil. rare NEW BIGGER VALUE .

pi I .A sold water, v.nrtlun blln'l-. Send me a postcard aAd I "...|Hlr> its marl. hew graceful, linen ot'Tsll'r, II.M'I\'\ Mliitilirr. e I
F. Tounc. lip will come see you. I YOINC CELESTE HOlii wider' lonirr nn lhr befog. to give you the muni. 'etc LUE n\ lS,4

Brnhma hull britntlril JP.nrkrd >.... that i spells,. solid .lIf..1 that means reins riioiii. .. (..r D 0 D G E
nnitvrhlt ..... i>.... N tlf" "X1 '.
,,"r. lwwr.noe Wlaalh.. or T SirWANNKE' !: rOt'NTT I.iVFP7YmKl. ,..", head tour ,Iff*. lire .vert.ant: front and' rear ni.ikr.
n"'I.h. Ito. Owned MAKKKT. :et Aurtlrm>.r.t..11 br sale J. >f>.10. Odnm Wed ,ring" anti ganging! simpler. | racier. NfW VAlUff Iniilf thrill lt> I'',* .m*...|Ti.

SILF: role PI..nl..R. A (lu.non Jr. Ph. I10M. 1Ar. Oak Kla t.t TO THE STABLE" fr 4'r liwfireal new Duttfr. !Sample' | 1 lie I1i"liin- (irrforinaiii rnl Jvtl law. Jollort n*... uf Dotlgit fluid Driti* t'yriv\f.iiii'! %

+rlbutora.. Alan repair' part n..lton. h.....1 I I f the |M>wrrul. hifl!.>-..<>m ..n "(;Jrl-uwajr r iijrinr a more lo lr.. you fr*,,m htftiniu *.|'.i..rtfl' AH
', 1141 mod
hit. Slnrr. 180 yd.. HW Stark FOIt SALE: .. .-Or...... Fluid) l Jaiye. Come in than jfoOW.ff-priCec/ COTS! Coronet: model ill mo-Jrml. .
heol hnlldln*. Ill Inc aid. slightly l u..d. K a.oo- 2Q 0' \ UM unuullmeM" of l lalgr|< : ashy saute r *t.
abl.. Contact Lacy Conway. lip r e.e.r N #
SALE ..r RENTrm.. hence -.. ..
Pity I'mlt. forn. to elderly. FOR SALE: 4ft. .!. ipl.. Writ bas 431.... LIP. condition. l.". Ingolra, ".b. n... .
rla plav, south uf U..th.l Churrh" pIr.r
RCTNT' --clon* In: I nnfarnll AND -
use, 4 room. birth lie..*ii..ir ..IIMa.Ilaaa.wr y fOl L>KmPlus

.h J. T. Jull V. tfRFNT FOR SALE: noun n4. trailer for living Ilk. "Meal*.,. PRISON WARDENWith J. P. Roberts Motors Temple Ave Starke Fla.
SI..p..11 | I
vr: FOR : 4-rma. "
Harwaln Iniulr Halvatlon"" Armyramp I "A Lass In Alllsk* Now Warmer Baxter
J poreh.e "'
,lf Htntlai i ml. P.:. of .1.1. Rei (HO. .._' K""t JtP.. .
old Camp Wending Rd H.I..bU.

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'JAN 6-... 19 5 Or .


--- ,. C'lrt-uK <'".... aradl.rdCos.(7. I I TO 'WHOM IT M"Y C'OTCERIt Florida, In and for Bradford CountY J. C. Adhlna J. c. Aclkln,:
ard D. May who will spend sometime Flurldai In f.haaeerr.Walter I TAKE NOTICE THAT a 1941I Buick ', Florida Kiftler.In Chancery whereinOlive Oain.svllle, Florida, Altorn..". .

in Hampton while Corpora!l A.Arilan NHInner Spinner' ,nl1Ji.n(;I Sedan. Engine value No.of 4610837 wa.with...anapiralaed .laccl l- 07' Math Mae praya Morgan for the,adoption thatthe 12-23 Petitioner 4t 1-11

May Is attending a special train- Margaret No. 78&3.Ord..r In Bradford J'OG.oo. Florida I acid Ketha Mae Morgan la the .
fL ant. Cane ..
school. u( Publlmllon noil Natlrv t.. on October 10, 1(40, far being: usedIn minor child of the said Roy Vlnnon .Jr.. ..111- ". _.. :
,. M C. Sweeney ing 'pp.... "WrTH OF KIOHII .olMHiwaref violation of Chapter. JUG! I..awn Morgan and Kloinla Mae Morgan 4 ,
By Mrs. Douglas Hardy and children ( Arden. Skinner who*" reeId.nr. or Florida, Acts <>of 11145, and that and that the place of residence. and.
I I'I i ia ]1(20 Hrhlaa-er Street It la the Intention .>f I.ewlM. M. .ddrees. of the said Hoy Vln on
accompanied by her moth..rMrs. Scranton I'enniiylvunla: I Hrhiitt, Director, Stale Beverage Morgan. and Floiml Maa Morgan !
Hampton ushered in 1950 with G W. Hlnson of Starkc.' You .are required to Appear on Department or Florid, to Hell thproperty .. are unknown to petitioner and that LISTEN'
spent last week In Alacu, S C January Kill 1050 In the aboveimniHil .. nhova described Court In House front, State there IH hFII:'amon the or persons al'.fth:1: !*' OFSICKNESS
. a spleqdid crowd of approximately / JLura gtmje&s Afobr Court and cause, wherein of the County
visiting her sister Mrs Alberta,I y plaintiff seeks divorce Hr. lfordCoiinly I Htarke, Florida' on January 18, 19fiO I Nuninvinn 'In chancery on whom ',
2BO: persons, engraved In a Watch ... n..r.AN_. ._ RQ..--.= Telegraph shall pnbllvh this at 10:00 A.M. to the hlKheat and bustbidder. would bind the mild Roy Vln on'
service In Hodge Order in next four weekly imtuvn.WltneMH I Morgan and Cf'o : al1abe Morgan ;1 O U ACCIDENT;
Year's .
and New served
Night ao
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gilmore mv hand and offlrln eeallit The State Beverage Department of
Church. At midnight i Wlierctn I receive. thlM new yearto a always something wrong when Htnrke, Florida this Pvcember Florida remirvee the right to reject -I upon them |
First !
the Baptist WHO
of North Carolina spent several ., ordered that the
too much flesh, and 13, l 1949. any and] all bldn. It l IR, therefore
bell tolled dedicate. t"llI rolinnn an a ftvaAprayer one picks up (OKKIflAI. SEAL.) .\. J Thomas, said Uov VlnMfin Morgan and Floa i i
the church was here last week, enroute tc ,
days rlalmlnir' any right or
for 7wls'e In the world. 1 1rewilvo il la not good. I advise you girls togo AK Clerk or ald Court All persons sic Mae !Morgan are hereby required | Pays The Bills ?
said or I
and a tender plea for the savingof their new home In Lake Wales He Hv tl.tven "'ro..t>y, D. <*. Interest: In or property! I to appear In said| | rauna on or before j
l to have more iiilte mo- are a Doctor right away. tiny part thereof are hereby relulrnl I
where he has accepted a railroad Arty for rif. 13-1 U 1.4 and to make' the 8lh rlnv of February, A.D. 18B |
souls waa exhorted. The message I rtK'nln. und rent. should give you tests and a diet claim' within to wppenr thirty (10) days from otherwise the allegations I of saidpetitions For Hospital Protection
of the evening was delivered position. Rest Is not quitting: Too much flesh Is dangerous andIs In rlrrult Court.. Ilradford foeety. the date of the flrlitibllcntlon will I h taken aa confessed Insure The Florida Mutual .
Mrs J. C. Adklns recently via/ fr'lortrini In 4 han *err.llertrucle I or pnntlnir. of Tt In further ordered that this
by Ben Skinner of Jacksonville, The busy career; not easy to get rid of. You will Isabelle Redford I'laln- thin notice an provided by Section 7. order ha published onca each week Way!
Ynuthful.Evangellat, who was ordained ited relatives In Dundee. Rent is the fitting: feel 110 much better, too. If you tirf v 8 Alvin fO Rudford Defend Chapter 22X0'!), Law. of Florida. for four conMcutlva weeks In theRrudford .

to the ministry on New Friends of Mrs. W. E. Daugherty / Of self to Its sphere. have some pie dough left, insteadof ant.
Years Day in a Lake City church. will be Interested to hear she 'Tts loving and serving putting It In a lump in the refrigerator A|>p..... TVrM O*' FLOIt1O4' tel Florida or nil such rights. and interest publtNhvd In ITudford County, 10'101'I I PAUL RAYMOND
JO. Redford, whnne ida.
Alvin residvnce
music and is now located at The Plaza Hotel I I now roll It out and : 1 In and to aid property hall
Inspirational songs The highest and best Ix co| 1'BoplH'H I I>'ruw Store h" 17 cease and terminate. Dated this 18th day of December "
In Donna, Te"".. the ('01'. nM. A V". & N. II, NW VVoahInntnn -! I O. Box !95/;
edge .
v-pre heard duringthe early part 'Tis onward, unswerving line a pie pan crimp J>. C.: I Lewis III. Rchott DirectorHIatu A.U. 1940.UFF'l''fAi'lH !
of the program, with groups from Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May have And that Is true rent.J. stick with a fork and get it readyto You are required to appear. on I leverage Department ( .. of Circuit Curt.. STARKE FLA.

,1' hland. Johnstown, Starke.Gra- been recent visitors to Palatka -- S. Dwlght. put in the oven. Then when I January IDIh, 1900, In the ..hove I 12-23 4t 1.13 Prudrord. County, Florida::i! "- -. .
named ""
Court and i wherein
ham and oilier sections nearby where they visited Mr. and Mrs When we pass' the fifty mark In :want to m ae a filling pie, outcomes plaintiff seeks divorce.cause "...ford ny Haven. I'roHby, D. C. I ,.:. : :::IJ.-Ji::E : iFj'

taking:\ part During a forty minii Percy Moody and family years we must all slow down. It the pan of pie crust and In Order County: In Telegraph next four Khali' weekly) publish[sauna lhl. I, :'\0"11'; TO APPKU .

'e Intermission period, hot coffee Miss Florrie Gnann of Therestm Is only :wise that we may live the oven to bake. Wltni'iH mv hand and offlrlnl' peel Tn: Roy IH unknown VIniton Morgan, und FleasMae whose ndilrenti .

and home mad rakes were served was the luncheon guest last Thurs longer. Our hearts cannot stand CLAY HILL: I have not heard 14 At, Hiarkrt.1449.tOFl'lCIAI.. 1 Florida this December, II I, Morgan, whose address I. unknown.

on large outdoor tables by lades! day of her aunt, Mrs. May Sweeney. prolonged exercise and heavy lift- about the Christmas fun at the I SEA I..) A. J. Whereas. filed It npnearn by v"rtflilpetitl
An dork of iD In that certain eau..afw 7
of the Baptist Missionary Society. Ing of loads. We do need rest schoolhouse but I know it must I Bv Itnvi-n r-roiiby r C. i pentUntr In the Circuit Court
A special attraction was a large New Years' holiday guests included However to retire and do nothing have been a !good entertainment. Atty. for Pit 12.16 U l-. the KtKhth Judicial Circuit of

vhite decorated 'Cross" cake Is only to be unhappy and rust Lots of the children were In it and .
:: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
which was baked and donated by out. We need hobbles and doing they work'ed hard. Some have had I

Mrs Perry Stalling of Graham. Weeat and family, MiamIfr.; things for the betterment of the bad colds and flu at Clay Mill, but TRANSFER

The Young People Choir is,jeperlflly and Mrs. W. W. Hicks and child world and people In general. I all right at this writing. I had a R.B.ALVAREZ&SON STORAGE COD I
to bo commended for the
ren, Brunswick, Ga.: Mr. and Mrs. know many dear old ladies who card from Mildred Sculley. She

harmonious symphony of Sacred Jackson Morrow and son, Macon have helped me so much by littlegift. must be getting to be a big girl 1.-. ..1.'e local
sinking, which wan conducted by ) .pera'e
of kindness, and giving\ me ;) <.Jli I'il-f( Orlando of.'t.( ;
Miilcolm E. Smith. The evening Ga.; Cpl Ifollond Drown, ; now.Try
courage. That Is what I hope to these sweet potato cakes: O a R9.aLvaaEZ: 650(1( ," &i Ions distance
waa arranged and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Strlng..r.High ,
program pre- .- ,
"i'ted by the pastor Rev. Robert Springs; Misses Marlene and do for my others head. as This the next years year rollover II I I had some sweet potatoes left ., r, ; /) \, anywhere In U.S. x

P Gray. The Church Auditorium, Mary Elizabeth Underwood, from Christmas. For a, change
be"ides being newly painted, recently Gainesville: Misses June Rechrr, want to to talking devote a about lot of this column for I I mashed/ a few, made Into ball a i1t Tr ls FXCELi..f TSTORAGE o !e'' 7' ,tr v 1ITI
peace li
has acquired Venetian blinds and Barbara Ann Bailey, Jacksonville the world and shall include prayers / little larger than an egg. I rolled ss: ,p t 4 e # fi

and the membership Is juntly proud ; Mrs. Eliza Fancher, them In cornflakes and fried in .
from as many people as I can
of Its appearance. Starke; 'W. C. Burton of Graham; get Just a short prayer and from 'oleo. I put just a little sugar and t FACILITIES ( ,IN w 'r

Karl: Ayers of Detroit Mich. and Mr and Mrs Fred May, La Crosse heart, to be read aloud by I'I'the I salt in the potatoea whep I mashed

Mrs. Gussle Newburn of Cocoa, Mrs. T. E. Simmons and R. 0. : other readers until It echoes a- them. They were good and fried Agents For -
have been holiday guests of Mr. Simmons were visitor to Jackson aak to: a nice brown. You have to watch
round the world. I each of you DelcherBros. -
and Mrs. E. Van Alatlne and famIly ville on Tuesday I who read' this to be thinking of II them closely! and keep turning to a See us first!
brown all y
Mrs. B. P. Walker, of Maryvtlle a prayer for peace to send me. 1 over. STORE BRANCH
C. L. May returned Saturady Tenn. is spending the winter at shall use one each week. I shall It is cloudy out. Looks as If it

from a brief visit to Petersburg, her home, the former Byerley start out with my own' which I might snow. I still have up the or any size store!

Vn He was accompanied home by place, at the west cross roads of shall put at the close of this col I Christmas tree. I have a big pot
his daughter-in-law Mrs. Rich Hampton umn. 'of blooming flowers from our florist

For us Christmas was the nicest -I A poinsettia with five blooms. r For lower maintenance, for fire safety, far structure? Iceuty

FOR ALL TYPES OF day that I have had since It Here Is my prayer for world TURKEY build it of CONCRETE BLOCKS. Irs lower Insurance rotes and.

dime to Nebraska. We did not get, peace. I wish you all would readIt greater resale value make it e sound investment.
snow as the weather man j aloud, so Joseph Stalin be
OR PHONE I' any more may Phone ......... for complete details. W. deli,.,.
predicted, but the day was cold I Iand moved in his evening of life. SHOOTSaturday

FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand bright. Don's brother and I "Dear Heavenly father, thou
wife came. I cooked the turkey knowest what Is in our hearts. r
CHEMICAL CO. end had a big dinner just set on I How much we long for peace. January 7 CONCRETE nOCKS MICKS IASIS

2450 N. ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE 2561-R country style. My company liked Show us the way, Dear Father, to LOOK. DRAIN AND HOOF Tilt
CJAINESVILLE.; FLA. the mincemeat pie BO I let them touch the hearts of those who 1:00 P. M. 4

Termites Rodents All Household Pests take half of it home to have the I misunderstand our every move and ; qr.fy UADT.MIXED CONCRETt AND CEMENT

next day. I got so many nice presents ; regard us as a mortal enemy. Help ( East Call Street (New HlnndinR t.3
I'rce InsperllOne. and I 1 Ktitlniitte: l.lvrn hy (JrnduateEnhumloglsta ,, + A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS
and first of all I must tell them to understand us. Help us MEETS ALL
Highway) Beyond Ridge ..., + wYa
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(rnivwf.lt' of Florida\ you about the nice Elgin wrist to understand them, that we may ,

JPmr-y R. Rupp Itoy0'. Roljf swatch Don gave me for Christmas. have a common language of tho Bring Your Own Gun.; We Furnish! Shells for 12
That what I so much wanted.I Aiiuis Building Supply Inc.
was heart, that is love for our fellow Guage Only Others Bring Your Own Hhell ,
am never one to tell what I man. Humble us God; make all
want for a present, but for eon| to know that Thou and Thou alone TURKEYS FROM 25; POUNDS UP 103B-1048/ W. :Main St., South

many years I have wanted a nice., created us and love us aboveall Sponsored by St. Edward's Recreation: Club FLORIDAP.O.
wntch. Being an old schoolteacher, else. Keep our faith shinningthru
I I Box 62 Phone 21 ;..21 R
seemed of
&. I watch a part me. the coming year. Help us to
r ... ... did not have any at all, as my old know the right thing to do to

watch which I got from Sears, 'bring peace. God help us. GOD

Roebuck back In 1923 broke dur-I HELP US. In Jesus' name we ask

REFINEMENT ing the war, and I could not It. AMEN" "' '' ,. ;} v'r'1t 'I""rT.Df'
any then. So I borrowed Aunt Lll- This t5s.: \' : ; >'tj' A ''> tJj ''g; u w i
Is from the heart of an Ex- 'ii'
I lilt Wllklnson's when I wan at ",<,i \\VJ ''' )'iW. -1f'M ., >> <
in every necessary detail in -a Service Clay Hill to finish my' school term I WAC. The mother of a son who "i ':: "" !(!, ,. : <.ft%'. yj( .. .:...: .,. y' '...
also was overseas In service two <.' ;'b .. > > '''
available locally and widely known Bless her dear heart. Here Is what I II f0 : N" ? U'.'" 'Ij
I years. I who have seen in manyVeteranll' 'Il 'ltII 4\tt\ 1 b I
for) its modest cost its wholesome did I did not want to tell Don ) hospitals the weary, .
about the great longing for a :t "' i< t''> if.t; );( 1
faces of
courtesy, and tactful sympathy. watch so once when I was at hU I pained young men ruined '\: :j.< t : a'l: ,If %' ;r" ''>*-:. f'" i.t l!
,< .f"< : ,
and mutilated by war. Faces thai k"1l Y>l1 o;, > .
dusk down In the Mortuary I .. l'h.:1. ':
: J}} W
should be happy worn old and < ,iYlt.t ( #: \jf;
wrote a little note on a piece of 4 I'S :t t'.: 'j." t0 M't. $: ; '
wrap paper, staling my great I I tired by misery grief and horror r i w<\ ;""H..0'"J. {' }*:.... w"..' > ; <1
DeWITT C. JONESI'hone God help us and them. "i
longing for a watch until It had ]I HAPPY NEW YEAR! God bless } i vt: 1 ( W Wt1t ,

I 7 Starke Fla. become an obsession with me. I : all. M .WiW 0'J: i. .}:/; <;. E' ''.,"" .,

tucked It among some papers of you LOVELURAP. !3: : 1 : ;t i%(;+?i ?J. 1
Funeral Director his. I did not know that he ever .' tE'"-I1..!.<. .,,..!t'i;<'if' '"'',. '.''", ..'"!.t .."Jtr I
Ambulance ServiceOur < : S. I "i''K ,i'
found U Under the Christmas tr..e'' had a letter and card 1.tf ,t>'l! .t$<' "\"' ",',\\i '

local funeral home enable 119 to offer convenience and Christmas Eve was the same envelope from Mr M. W. Johnson of :.t. 'Lfff1'k\ 41 tJ'tt' $ .k. : I; ,

service not otherwise available.We as usual with money In It i Starke. Thanks, dear .. < ;.. ,:,, .,"r:. ,.' .' ...:,'. ""1.
for me from Don but he had the ,, ....- .. "JW,: Cf '" tjj: ''f..rtJ ; t* ,: < ",,, \<
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hid "f
I II watch which he gave to me < : ,
'i .
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last I do not think I was! ever 1, d e < p 1
furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION : !t I':' tiR y :': fY' i
accept ANT life insurance policy .In) force issued by ANT happier over any earthly thing in ''''';' out *f1.'j'.w,:' l :;'}' '' \, 'h .n'y1;1.. :
In my life. Whoopee! My own son 1i 4"W 4: F .'''''' \jttti P. I
company a* payment part or in full on a funeral. I ;
and wife Kent me some In i-, '
; .fN 'f> 1t
Cons ultatlon carries no obligation. ; :
beautiful cakes like "." "
shaped a rose 'J ;,rr <' / \ w.
and with the PHARMACISTS <1.iftJt\ :, 'I'.t''V '.
same delightful scent.
". ,'Jt..}." 4 .;:t } t' .>
I Then there was a bottle of sachet ," -''''''''., r"f'r: ,",'",, /, .

j I powder which I wanted so much '

'and had been looking/ at In the''

Where Your Physician'sWishes drug store and thought sometimeto
purchase. Also Included was a

lovely wool plaid scarf for wear-
Ing on my hend. I was no very

Become RealitiesWhen happy over them. A nightgown In I

blue silk a gift from our boy at rI

home. So with a figurine! from I

Germany, and magazines from

Australia, and about 200 cards

y handkles and so many nice letters,
ieap ... ew I never felt so blessed In all my r

days. My gifts I made mostly to IU5O 4 H ;liSC .

stretch HELPFUL my money HINTS farther.: So many I I ON-TIIE-MINIT SERVICE Step into the -

ladies have written me they are PHONE

'getting so fat and heavy. There I
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CanleM to tad a a..... for ski sew low Big! Powerful Thunderhead) Engine has gaaaving 7.3 lo-l high compression ratio!

priced' e.r la the .V.w price firld. hot will .be

I ddod. to the Ki,.T.F .m l bas Ffett piM,
( 110.000 ..h. 0.., lOltO otlm" n.h piliei.Envy Big a 27.5 cubic feet trunk spare equalle-d by only one oilier car at any price

!# prlie ._I When your physician. decides certain drugs will e*.h doo.lioo to the l>.et..a Runyonlial M_ f

Cancer Fund ia Amor ...." .
but it takes / .J..JoeJ
help you, be writes a prescription .
IVe offer the people .f Starke prttt ** .I

the kill end knowledge of an educated,experienced '

aail vMaity. one o* tit. mootrootler Oou I J.. etiMon, d
pharmacist to translate your doctor's desires into : : .r

ami linen r
health.giving, disease.C,htin, medicines. There equipped II... peer Rsl im.Fr."er .....trr or rlreme .

for. want the best in pharmaceutical service reldiag shop ..,wh..re. eem aa ppronmile .ppr.,.] .i four pro JV_f Emi am. Imdneai la Now F._.. Tra-Lin. peen Ao.f Now oad doM ..inu.lH Sheik .10.,10. ... JV wf Nr' ..*peef tOnOU.Ike .
you mt tat ea year Offiri.1 E.lrr Bhak. lad yea ......,,,. .... Mai! .. ia. lu ta ahaoat __..... ...-......* elelca.... .1.! ..-
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Baptist Church St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Carolyn of Glen St. Mary visitedMr. and children of Gainesville visited days
and Mrs. T. S. Mann, and Mr. and Mm. N. C. Mott Sunday.Mrs. Rufus Allen and Mrs. Dewitt
'fIJ}. m- 4' "Walking with Jesus Through B. E. bnmon... B. D., Vicar BROOKERBy daughters Sunday. B. Perryman of Gainesville Pad,ett are visiting Mrs. Rufus
1950"! Is the year theme for Sun Sunday January 8th 9:43: a.m. lye Mae Lewis. Mr. S. L. Carter of Gainesville visited' Mr. and Mm. J. R. Moll Allen who la a patient In the hospital
day morning services at the First Church School. Classes for all Is recuperating after an illnesa In Sunday and Monday at Tampa. We wish her a

Baptist Starke, and the year example ages, nursery through Junior High Aluchiia County Hospital at the Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonof speedy recovery.We .
: of Christian followers of 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and ser Rev. and Mrs. Donald Martin home of her sister, Mrs. T. S. Starka to the
visited her Mr are proud
relatives in Miami parent,
Christ. The first message In the mon by the Rev. S. W. Creasey.The and son visited Mann.
Sun and Mrs. N. C. marriage of Alex Williams of
DAY.c ilU1 L series will b, the "Where Is He?" church Is open daily for last week. Mrs. Lottie Edwards and son Sunday and
and will be brought by the Pastorat prayer and meditation. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Atkinson of Harry visited Russell Norman of Monday.Sly Georgia and Madeline Green on

Tabernacle I Christian Church the 11 o'clock hour this Sun Tallahassee visited Mr. and Mrs. Water Oak Sunday. Stewart of Dade City Is vIM December 27 th. We :wish them a
ciiritcii OF JESUS!' CHRIST Carol Atkinson recently. I iting: Mrs. Will Ward for a tew long and happy married life.
day.At Harry Edwards visited Mrs. O
Tab- I The Church was off to a fine the first worship service at LATTER-DAY SAINTS Clyde Cone and Coy Edwards B. Miller of Jacksonville last week.
start In Its first board meetingof 9:45: the Puator's message will be 'attended funeral services of Mrs.

rdy and Bill Stahl of the the new year Tuesday night, at "The Swimming Axe Head" from The Church Saints of Jesus will hold Christ Sun ofLattt'rDay ,Viola Reddish at Dyal Cemetery Mr.children and Mrs.of Talmudge Jacksonville KeU.yand visItrd PHONE 218 Save Time, Work,

-of.the-Palms. At the morn- which time new officers were nom the experiences of Eltsha. During ,Saturday afternoon.
Mr and Mrs. Ernest EJwnriUTuesday
our Mr. Purdy brought a fine ,inated and selected as follows: this hour the youth chorus will day School and Communion Service i Mrs. Rosa Pinhoster visited Troy and Wednesday. COLO NIALFLORIST and Money!
age from Titus 2:13.: Special I Chairman of the Board. S. G. I Ii sing, directed by Mrs. Mona Cn- each Sunday at 10 am in Andrews In Morrlaton Sunday.R. .
: consisted of a vocal by Miss i Denmark; Elders, Clyde Colson I Ii nova and accompanied by Miss the Masonic Hall on Call St. untilfurther Mrs. Lottie Edwards and Mr.
L. Anderson and daughter
notice. Mrs. Ernest Edwards and Pounds Of Your
and son
Noegal with violin obligate i Cecil Douglas Pierce Crews, Nor Julia Lawson. The Adult Choir for Everybody 'of Jacksonville visited friends and

B. McKinney. In the eve- 'man Carpenter and Albert Williams !- the regular worship hour will be come. wel-I,relatives here Saturday.' went business.Mr. to. Jacksonville Monday on 9 Laundry Done In
|Mr. Stahl brought a message ; Deacons Lester Kite J. P. under the ,/dIrection: of Mrs Lucile '
Hebrews 2:1: and Mr. Purdy I Roberta, Ed Prevatt, Shepherd' Green with organist Mrs.\ Canova. PENTECOSTAL!: 'I Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ritch and and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Only .
of Gainesville visited
briefly from Exodus: "The Tomllnson and W. M. Edwards. I At the Happy Hour of EvangelIsm 10th St. and Temple Ave Don, Gene two daughters of Starke visited
and Mrs. L. A Brown last
Jltes In the Wilderness". The Clyde Colson was elected as Sunday I Sunday evening at 7:30: the Sunday School 9.43: : a. m.$ Morn- Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday
It la
''ay night Bible Study was School Superintendent wltn' Pastor's message will be "The Ing Worship 11 a. m.1; Evangelistic weekend. Mr.. Cecil Davis visited friends @ I Minutes.:

cted by Corbin Carnell, of Cecil Douglas as assistant and W. Mark's of God's Message'how! Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone O. W. Hazen Is visiting his and relatives here last weekend I 40 Washed Spotlessly -

nd, who gave an illustrated M. Edwards as secretarytreasurer one may know If the sermon Is welcome. sons E. J. Hazen of Plant City Mr. and Mr. Hershel Layfield CleanReadyTo
the working of the Holyin of the church. and H. S. Hazen of Center Hill
pn made by man or delievered by God. FLOWERSFOR I Iron!
the lives of Christians. Morning Worship 11 a.m., sermon The Youth Chorus will sing and CATHOLIC CHURCHSunday for a few days

cal treat was the trio of subject: "The Narrow Way". Com the Piano-Organ-Duo of Mrs. Mass 9:13: : a.m. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano and ALL, OCCASIONSDISH
people who sang"Jesus: the munion 11:15: am. Evening Services Morse and Mrs. Mann vlll\ lead Sunday School ll a.m. grandson Ray, visited her mother, Louis R. Dean Cents Is All It

God". Mr. Carnell accom- begin at 6:30: p.m. with the congregational singing of requested -I Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. Mrs. H. C. Martin of Hawthornelast GARDENS .
them at the piano. Christian Endeavor. All young hymns and choruses. Monday.Mr. TAX CONSULTANT POTTERY 40 Costs! Try Our

ip, j Tabernacle group Is looking people are welcome. Evangelistic Sunday School gathers at 9:43: : dayBible Study \Is every Wednesday and Mrs. L. L. Parker visited BOOKKEEPING
rd to the coming of the Epp- I Service at 7:30: p.m., sermon sub for the Instruction of all ages In at 7:43: Dukes Goolsby of Jacksonville POTTED PLANTS Service Soon!
ttsters :with their variety of ject: "Is It right for a Christian the Bible with a trained efficient Sunday. He la a patient In SERVICE
fcnl instruments. They are to dance or play cards?" Come CHURCH OF GOD Riverside Hospital.We FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
staff of more than 80 officers and
|ted on February 8. Watch I and hear what the Bible has to The Washeteria
teachers with E. C. Mann Jr., Rev. L.. S. Williams, Pastor are proud to report that 0
iirther announcements.Bible say concerning I! these things. Superintendent. 8th A St. Clair Sta. Mrs. George Rnybond Is getting
Quiz came to a hll-! Prayer Meeting each Wednesday 120 So Walnut St. Nona St Stark
School 10 better.Mnrstnn 835 Arena
Training Unions gather at 6:13: Sunday a.m. along much Temple
ending Saturday night In evening at 7:30: : STARKE FLORIDA .
p.m. Worship 11 am .. ..
Sunday Morning
for and .Inrdnn and Mrs. Vld"Harvf'Y "
fellowship program directed :f'
outh meeting. Mr. Quigley The public Is cordially Invitedto
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: pmY. and Ann of Jacksonville ,
toward "training In church daughter
onducted the quiz and sought/ all our services and there Is a
membership", with Mrs. E. C. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 pm. visited Mr. and Mrs. T.
struct the hand visitors.
of welcome to
very youthful our
asked the question: "Who Homer SwImUll, ;Minister Priest director. Mid-Week Service Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m W. !Markey last weekend. L_ __ -_-__-_ _-- ..:!!i'L! f

Jthe ark?" He was rewarded Is held each Wednesday night at CONGREGATIONAL Misses Sandra and Virginia "Peter the Man of
7:15: : with a great spiritual treat Impulse"Hear
many answers of "Noah", Presbyterian Church VTIIOIHST CHURCHServ.cea I Jones visited their grandmother, ,
for the nearly 100 who attend. Shoes
a few more easy questions every first and third !Mrs. Jones of Callahan last week Repaired
ked: "And who built the Tab- Morning Worship service 11 a.m., Visitors in the city as well as Mr and Mrs. T. W. !Mnrlcey
Saturday night, Sunday morningand about thin interesting Bible character in
ble?" (Meaning of courses sermon topic: "From Everlasting residents are always welcome at went to Jacksonville on business {{'111GE U WAIT !
11 and -
night, a.m.
). He was brought back from to Everlasting". Rev. Charles K. the First Baptist Starke where Sunday Wednesday afternoon. the evening service at 7:30 o'clock!
8 at Metho-
ible reminiscing by a chorus Imbrie, D. D., supply pastor, will you will always find a crowd. dill p.m.Church'Congregational on Brownlee Road.- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long and

bices answering: "Mr. Qulg- occupy the pulpit. Rev. Ernest Grlffls pastor daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. E. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 'Hampton
i Sunday School at .9::4:1: a.m. Methodist ChurchFor C. LonlSunday.. ,
f leasing feature of the Satur- Classes for all ages. Adults are New Low Prices! Bob Gray, Pastor
AIRPARK MISSIONARY !Mrs !Mottle Sow ll.i visited retntlves
Ight gatherings the asaemb- Invited to come and bring their the month of January we
BAPTIST CHURCH of Orange Lake last weekend
of toys In the annex and fel- children and attend the Friendship have the subject "Our Faith in the Hall Sole( -
hip at the close of the meet Bible Class under the direction Bible" for study and preaching. Sunday School 10:00: a.m.MornlnR' $1.50 Bible School at 10 A. :M. IJ.T.U. at 6:30 P. M.
It Is Worship 11:13: a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and (Men's' )
\ M
enjoyed by all. of C. Turney. Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock
:hour the sermon subject will\ be Eevnlng Service 7:30: p.m. children and Mrs. Annie Lewis .- Where There' Always a Good ServiceDon't -
=- Prayer Meeting each Thursday visited Mr. and Mrs. Barney Andrews -
"The Impact of the Bible". This Half Sole
IRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Impact Is personal, social and po- 7:30: p.m.Rev. Sunday afternoon. $ 00
Rev Lewis D. Halnes Pastor"In litical. -. L. G. Hemingway Pastor Mrs. R. 1 K. Dukes and children, (XVuinrn's: ) ,a

I II It .Is desirable that a man shouldbe Gerald Eloulse and Dianne of Bury Your Dead Animals !
ADDRESSESOF Dukes visited relatives here Sat.
The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof content with his lot In life and urday afternoon. Ladles Lifts 25c up Fm. Prompt. Sanitary Removal of 00'.
The People"A with the work God calls him to INTERESTThe horses, Mule. or ('atlie. Call Our Phone
Leslie Green and ann Stanley,
perform; It Is disastrous for him renewal and went to Gainesville on business SHOES; SHINED Operator At Our Ktpeimc. Hlarke 189. If
following new
Southern Baptlvt\ Church For All People to be content with what he finds received by Monday morning. Von Have Difficulty Call Our Jk.lUeOffll"e
change of addresses -AT-
In himself, and with the measure the Telegraph will be of Interest Mrs. Cecil Moore of Gainesville Ph. 4-5.100 Ihty. Night or ....Utlay..
ors. Worship 0:49 Sil Hour 7:30:
: Happy
of his service to God and to man. to friends: visited relatives here last weekend! FLORIDA SOAP CORPORATION
Sunday School I-9:t.1 Training Union-6:43:
In this latter of H. Barbour 103 Cadiz Mr. and Mr Warren and two STARKESHOE
sense the subject Mrs. R. ,
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:10 f. '..1.C. Doctors Inlet, Flu. Ph. Orange Park :ttM
.. ," .. the Sunday evening message will\ St., Tallahassee, Fla. children of Miami are visiting )tev.
"' Mrs. C. L. Hill, 246 Arrow Highway and Mrs. Barney\ Andrews for a
be "Discontent"
The children and youth are backIn and Mrs. Edward Shaffers
First Senlre 9:45: : a.m.: "The Swimming) Axe", Head". Mrs W. R. Putnam Hall!,
school and the rest of us are Terry, and Mrs. Mary Thomas of Jacksonville IMPORTANT NEWS
Ti Regular< Service 11:00 a. m.: "Where Is He?
back on the job, so let us be In visited Mr. and Mrs. T. M. F. Hudson Proprietor
Fla.Mrs. ,
::1 [Happy Hour 1:30 p.m.: "The Marks of God's MosNagc"lslt church school Sunday morning at. David Kittler, Rt. 3, Box. S. Mann Saturday.
*" Across St eons Park Tbeutre FOR GROWERS AND
945.: : 2577: Gainesville Fla. Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw and STOCKMEN

"\1 The Church With The Visiting' Pastor" 1950 is here. You are Invited to Mrs. Ida Dekle, change from sons of LaCrosse( and Mr. and .
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Jane"Coming In the sidecar of a motorcycle sha WitS visiting In the Communitythis New ChevroletOn two-tone upholstery and redesigned ---
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drives. Eventually they fall in love NEW RIVERBy week. I exterior metalwork.A I Building PermitThe
To Park and are married, but their romance Mr. and Mrs. William Crosby, Display SaturdayThe direct drain has been added Homestead ExemptionTax
Is Interrupted when Ann receives Mr*. N.:. A. Sapp and children and Mr. and Mrs. J.' I to prevent gasoline stains on rear following building ,'
Calamity JAne and Sam Bass. orders to return to the USA. automatic transmission, I fenders from fuel spilling over Assessor Guy Andrews reminds was recently issued! by the o'' .
Howard Duff will open Sunday when Grant In order to accompany I Mrs. M. S. Hayes of Gainesville Christmas In Lake weekend.Butler during the driving aid since advent of the .against wind roar; and a new and have until April 1 to file home-' roof, corner of Thomas and. 'P-
et the Park Theatre for A three- was visiting Mrs. Rhoda Bowling novel touch Is the Inclusion of stead exemption applications and Street-., A. H. WIUIM ,
her to the States, dlsR'ul..es himself self-starter, makes its first appearance -I a Vto'
Monday Mrs. Boll Reddish of Starke was $6,200.
day run.Based all a WAC, provldn most of whistle on the gas tank vent pipe make tax returns on personal and
on the exploits of two the merriment In the film. Mr. and Mrs, E. A. Sapp and son I visiting her sister and brother-in- in the low-priced field i to warn of approaching over flow. Intangible property.Mr. L..
historical outlaws, the film la anexctttnR I Leslie, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dcmp- law, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby with the Introduction of the 1950 New body colors are livelier and Andrews CARD OF THANKS! ..
Aboard the boat, file disguise I isso stated that the
and action say Sapp In Gainesville New over the weekend. Chevrolets in dealer show rooms I wish to thank our
\ Btorji of romance Interiors two-tone man
: good that he la drafted to assist are with tasteful forma have been prepared and are c fB,
depicting the fight of Jane and In Sick Bay and Is escorted Year's. James Crawford of Jacksonvillewas throughout the nation this Satur grays being worked \Into cushIoning ready at his office for the signature who visited me and dent 'h S'
Sam against the early western soc to a small but comfortable room Mr. and Mm. Dick Carroll and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Otis day.The and paneling.The of applicants and other gifts during my ybl
,-ty that forced them Into a life boys of Jacksonville were over- Crawford last week. Torode Chevrolet Co. an1nounred I appearance of the 1930 Illness. I also want to exprcs'.
of lawlessness. The Rhlp's Captain finally approves night guests of Mr. and Mra, Ira Mrs. Floyd Crosby, Mrs. O. E. that It will have a Style- Chevrolet follows the company'smost FLUR-TVKED TOBACCO tltude to Dr. Adams and 7
his and offers him
The story begins as Sam Boss a cabin with papers other officers, but Merritt Sunday night. Crosby and Miss Mary Alyce Crosby line Deluxe 2-door, and a Fleet- successful year In history. QUOTA: TO KRMAIN AS nurses of Shadycrest Ho8pu,
shoots a man who poisoned his he's In- Mrs. D, E. Overcash of Moore* were business visitors In Jack. line Deluxe 4-door on display. Retail passenger car sales In 1949 ANNOUNCED FOR 1950 their courteous and skillful
Cary prefers the room
horse and then turns outlaw with with his wife. Then he throws away ville, N. C Is visiting Mr Jc "leLazt'nby sonvtlie Thursday. Chevrolet's application of the topped the mllllon-mai, while No change Is contemplated in vices..Mrs.May God bless each 01/,
some pala l and starts a aeries, o/ the key so they will not be for a few days.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly and automatic transmission is an ex- truck sales of 350,000 set a new the 1950 marketing quota, previously !I-- Irene McVay.
hold-ups throughout Texas. disturbed until they reach the and Mrs. Martin Willis of son of Plant City were visiting clusive development known as all-time record for the Industry. announced, for flue-cured
Calamity Jane helps him out of Statue of Liberty. MioiaKca attended church at Long relatives over the :weekend. Powergllde, a product of the com- The Torode Chevrolet Co. ex- tobacco, the U. S. Department of
numerous scrapes Including jAn, Bridge Monday njg:..'. Bro. Willis' Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ward and pany research covering the entire tends a cordial Invitation to the Agriculture has informed R. S. w. c. T.tJ.
until Sam and his gang walk Into Rites brought the rneanage. A large daughter, Mary Ella, were visiting !I postwar period.Improvements. public to attend the showing of Dennis, executive officer with ,the DOUBT ..
an ambush while holding up a Saturday crowd attended. In Georgia last week. through the 1950 the new models Saturday. Production and Marketing Admin
bank Rock. : chassis and bodies Include th'enew PROHIBITION Tl,
at Round
For Ronald Hunt istration.
Mrs. Jessie Lazenby, Mrs. Rhoda { Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore ofTampa SAID YOU COULD
wounded, Sam to "power-Jet" carburetor that CARD OF "FF.FL: <
geta Calamity THANKS
Dowling and Mrs. D. E. Over-, were visiting relatives The announcement followed a review -,TAIN" YOU "
take him to Texas eliminates the "lean" in We wish 'ERE IIEIi: i
Denton where services periods
Funeral for Ronald a.I cash were In Live Oak visiting, the weekend. to express our appre- of supply and demand pros SON ED. UNDER
be reveals that he has loved an- ,r lover gasoline feed and affords quicker ciation to all those who TilE "UEr'| ||
were The
Hunt, so
IT, held pects. announced will
I were Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowling SundayWe Mr. and Mrs. quota ERA" YOU'RE
Freeman KBIT ,
other, and Calamity realizes she Crosby of warmup In cold weather. In the thoughtful and kind In hourof IN '<
at 2 o'clock In the DeWitt' are sorry to report that.I Tampa were visiting Mr. and Mrs.I our call for an acreage of about 060- TINUOUS DOUBT".
could have him new stylists have accomplished need.
never won even 'I -Ruth M. Carlisle, Au- 000 acres, about
sick or 10,000
Aunt Belle Johns is at acres
though he had escaped. C. Jones chapel With Hev. J. W. this writing. Her children very Mr. I J. R. Kelly Saturday. striking effects ,with smart drey Carlisle, At( K. Carlisle. 'more than the 1910 allotment. (UNION: !hlflRobbi
Kaufman officiating. The youth Laa ,.
Although the story take - -
placein and Mrs. Romey Johns of Jacksonville &
was( killed instantly Thursday;
Texas, most of the technicolor Mr. and Mrs. Drnzll
Dec. when
29 the motorcycle he
filming was done In Southern Thomas of Floral City and Wesley
was riding collided with a train
Utah one of the mont beautiful Johns of Hampton have been
at a crossing In Starke. Intermentwas
acenlc spots In America. called to her bedside.
In the Evergreen CemeteryIn
Gainesville. Little Jonnle and Bobby Carrollof
Cary Grant And Hunt was born in Baltimore In Jacksonville have been visiting s'f
Ann SheridanIn 1032, 'and had made hla home in their grandparents! and Mrs.
Ira Merritt for the pant two weeks.
Starke for the past 11 years.
Florida Film Miss Cosette Sapp of Jackson-
lie Is survived by his parents.
ville was visiting her parents. Mr.
Cary Grant and Ann Sheridan Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Kuhn of
and Mrs. Ethan Sapp, Wednesday
appear together for the first timeon Starke; one brother Pierce Hunt FALL
the screen In the hilarious new of Gainesville; a half brother, night.Mr.
comedy film "I Was A Male War Richard Kuhn<: Starke; two stepbrothers and Mrs. Rance Petty of
Bride", showing at the Florida and two etepalaters.l Ralford were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Melton Kerce Sunday.SUNNYBROOK.
Theatre Sunday and Monday. STARTS FRIDAY JANUARY 6 TH SALE
Grant plays the role of a French
Army officer who in assigned on
a joint mission with Miss Sheri
dan WAC lieutenant, traveling

FREE l ; Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan of One Lot Ladies' One Lot Ladies' Cotton One Lot Ladies' Ladies'.
Theressa were visiting Mr.' and All-Wobl l
For Prompt FREE Removal | Recent births In Shadycrest hosIpltal Mrs. Floyd Crosby and family last Were SWEATERS 3.98.: Twin SETS COTTON DRESSES Corduroy JACKETS
of Dead, Crippled, &Worthless I were: Friday. Were 5.95

Cattle, Horses, Mules '* Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Edwards of Mrs. Pauline Shaw and Aileen Now 2.69 Now 1.49 Now
and Gerald Cain of Gainesvillewere 1.98 Now
I 4.88Ladies'
& Hogs Starke, a girl. Jacquelyn Raye, visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. E.

Call 132, StarkeWE Ion December 20. Crosby Tuesday.Mr. Ladies' Short Sleeve
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Rosier of and Mrs. Randolph Crosby Ladies'
ALWAYS COME! Starke, a girl Bottle Sue on of Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. CATALINA SWEATERS
Florida Renderers, December 29. T K. Stokes of Jacksonville were PULL-OVER SWEATERS I-_ !
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Collins of dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. /
INC. Starke, a girl Lavonne Linette, ,Floyd Crosby Wednesday Formerly 595 Formerly I I II .00 Now 6.88
-- Now 3.88 .
on December 28. Kenneth<: Kucker of Fort Tierce* #
Formerly 8.00 Now 4.88

Formerly 1.98Now, 1.49 DRESS SALE! Formerly 6.00 Now 3.88


OWNED FLORIDA were 10.95-NOW 6.88 .

U & Market' were 8.95-NOW 5.88 I
ALL Ladies' 'Ladies'a
were 7.95-NOW 4.88


WE RESERVE TIiE ;RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets Formerly 2.98

*' j

OLEO Sweet Sixteen Brand, lb.19c

ALLLadies' Corduroy Plaids, Solids! One Lot Ladies' ALL WOOLSWEATERS

"No Price Like It"C SUITS COATS Ladies' SKIRTS

FAB (Limit Two) Formerly Up To 25.95 Formerly Up To 29.95 Button & I"ull-Overstyles

Formerly 3.95 & 4.50

LARGE BOX $10 A....88 & 14.88 Formerly J 2.98 NOW

llii .Sale Tax; 2.88 Grey Whit* Slack&; Aqua I I 99

SNUFF (Limit Three) 3 FOR 25 Children'sSLEEPERS UNDERWEAR Children's HEAVY EL_ = IL

Were 1.69 Sizes 10-16 SPECIAL SPECIAL .!

Now 99c Now 99cBoys' One Lot of,Men's
Pure. You Can'tMiss Men's Flannel &

LARD This Bargain! 99 White & Fancy DressSHIRTS Broadcloth



Boys' JACKETS Long Sleeve

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: I One IMOf\ ALL

Long ...::> ,_ _. Men's
Sleeve'J -- ; ..
Pork Chops39c Children'sDRESSES Plaid Boot 61en\ s

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Size 1-16 Underwear
Size 216Children's

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C 0 A T S Children's Slip-Over & ButtonSWEATERS(

were 12.95 Now 7.88 L
C 3 LB. CAN we"re 2.98 Now EXTRA
69crlSCO were 10.95 Now 6.88 1.99 EXTRA VALUE IOne'Lot
were Now 1.69
(Limit One)
were 8.95 '- Now 5.88 were 1.98 Now 1.49 Men'sDRESS Men



Formerly 7.95 Formerly.4.98

were BOYS'5.95 -PANTS Now 3.88 Boys' Now 5.88 Now 2.88

BEST were 4.98 Now 3.49 SWEATERS Formerly 5.95

R-: Ice BLUE ROSE 3 LB. 29c were were 3.95 2.98 -- Now Now 2.88 1.98 were Were 1.98 2.98 -- Now Now 1.49 1.88 Now 3.88 Now Formerly 1.99 2.98



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