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 20, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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EXFLOSION." REMAINSfXV. noon pened the Hugh but nolae.no Jones one Wednesday of could the accountfor after-Jones I Re-Registration Lewis Announces 'I Certificate Issue I Conner In Race I IS Board Posts I

par as we know, the blast Jewelry Company stated the following -'

IC bout i felt 8:30 here: o'clock and at Klngsley Wednes-! Several: people were standing :, Deputies Named Legislature I For Lower House I To Be Filled In

orning Jan. 4, Is still a ,,around th, hangers at Witt Airport [Deferred By City

y. While It was heard overa about 8 o'clock Tuesday Rlon-I'' r------------ _

of at least 10 miles na, ing when we heard a loud By SupervisorAlbert I l Off-Year ElectionThe

yet come forward with an'' In fact we were bowled over somewhat :: The City Council met In regular -'(I existing conditions. After discussion -

.lion of where the explosion I I by the force of the explosion< I ( session Tuesday Jan. 17 with of same, motion was mAde by

d. nor has anyone advanced which came from the vicinity of L. Crosby, Jr.. Super. : the following members present I W. T. Jackson that Mr. Walker Democratic Executive Committee -

salisCactory theory of I Lake Harris Of course we Imme- I visor Registration, announced this James. A Lewis. Chairman P. LBridges ,I be notified at once that when the of Bradford County met' In

might have been. diately looked i la the direction of week that he has appointed a deputy : I L O Hazen William T present bunch of chickens wall, the courthouse Saturday afternoon .

There, Is where the colnclbomes the noise! and saw a spray of water registration officer In each Jackson and H. A. Bishop Jr. 'moved not to replace ell me. Motion at 2 o'clock and fixed the annual

in: over the trees Some of us district for the registration of' Harold C. Wall ot: the Harold C. I I wall seconded by L O. Hazen assessment for candidate- at

king through some( old ex- climbed into a plane and took off: voters under the new permanent 'Wall. Insurance Agency presented I and carried by unanimous vote of two percent of _the annual salaryof

Kpapers this week the Tel. towards the lake. We saw a man registration system. It will be the to the Council the Fleet rate .of I the Council.A the office concerned. The filing:

dltor was startled to see running through the woods as fastas I I first registration held In this : Public Liability and Property Dam. .letter from J. M Smith of the ] fee which Is fixed by state law,

ecember 23 issue of the he could run and near the edgeof county In more than 60 years., age and Fire and Theft Insuranceon Starke Dry Cleaners. and Laundiy was set at three percent makinga

Sty Reporter a headline the lake debris lying around on Appointments In each districtare vail equipment of the City of was received with a request for total of five percent for qualifying

ning: "MYSTERY HURJH the water. It looked like someone as follows, : Starke, showing that there could an exemption on taxes for five the same as In the IMS e-

LOUD EXPLOSION." I had shot a huge amount of dynamite District 1 (Lawtey. ) Louis H. 'he a considerable saving effected years advising{ that his business lectlons.

[Reporter story, which has In the lake." 11111 frohi Insurance premiums by having I created quite a substantial pay County offices to be voted on In

similarity to the Tel- The Telegraph would still like, ; slime written under a Blanket roll hi Staike. This letter was deferred the may primaries are:
nny District 2 (North Starke) Mrs. L
*, Item on the same subject. I to know as a matter of record, Irene Faulkner; Fleet Policy. Motion was made by ,I for a legal opinion JA I Representative in the State Legislature -

ollows: what occasioned. the explosion' H. A Bishop, Jr. that the Blanket as to the authority for the Cit> (candidates must qualify
District 3 (South Starke) Mrs.Marion II
doorsshook heard In the Starke-Klngaley Council to grant same.
dows rattled. ) Fleet Policy as proposed by Harold I before February 1).
pIe gasped and wondered Lake area and if any reader has L. Crosby; C. Wall Insurance Agency be A letter was received from Mrs. -I County Commissioner District

P had happened on Tuesday I I anv information or theory on the District 4 (Graham) Mrs. Ethel ; iI: accepted, effective February 1, It. S. Fernandcs with respect to Two (North Starke).

around 8 o'clock. (Ed- subject we would like to have It. In Dempsey; 1950, cancelling all policies outstanding the placing of a sidewalk In frontof
fg Edward Conner of Starke
Ovid G. Lewis announced today II County Commissioner DistrictFour
been the meanwhile we can only won-, Pearl her on Water Street.
fhote: This would have District: ( Hampton) Mrs. on different pieces of
I I that he will be a candidate torRl'pre'entative today announced his candidacy (Hampton).
ember 20 while the ex- der- 'Vhat', going on around M. Home: equipment Motion was secondedby ''Motion was made by H. A. Bish t

heard here was on Jan- here?" District 6 (Theressa) Mrs. J. P. from Bradford P. L. Bridges and carried by op. Jr. that a sidewalk be placedIn for State Representative to r 0 the mBradford School Board Member District
County In the State Legislature In County subject
Dickinson; 1 unanimous vote. front of Mrs. Fernandez' property One (Lawtey),
nomination I In the Democratic
District 7 (New River) Mrs. F. the >lay primaries. on Water Street and also L. School Board Member District
I The Council Chairman JamesI
Mr. Lewlo was born at Brooker I L. Simpson on Walnut Street. primaries in Mi y.
Playnton March Of Dimes W. Wiggins; A. Lewis. the meeting fur Three (Brooker),
Cages opened
District 8 (BrooUer) G. B. Col- on September 10. 1918 and Is the I a discussion at Ordinance Motion was seconded by L. 0 Conner who I... now a student School Board Member District

nun of the late R. P. Lewis and pl'rtaln'l Hazen. Motion was carried by u- In the College of Agriculture at

son.Crosby said 'that the exact date Mrs.1: Annie Mills Lewis of Brooker. -,Ing to the validation of nanlmotiw vote except W. T. Jack. the University of Floitdu. Is Immediate Five (North Starke).
Tonight Drive UnderwayThe j rates. S. E. Sparks and a group of National Presidentof All members of the County Democratic
He Is of Bradford past
on which the registration will begin a I I win who did not participate The
citizens residing on Lafayette i Executive Committee
I must
of America.During .
the Future Farmers
School and attended the
Is not yet known In view of High City Clerk was Instructed to advertise -
forms University of Florida.: During Street requested that their tre..t"Crom I forbids on same, bids to be his administration as head also qualify. The Committee members -

and furious finishes have 1950: March of Dimes got the have fact not that the been registration received from World War II he had three and a Walnut to Day Street and ,i received' February 7, 1030.[\ of the F F. A. he made more than at the present time are:

d all basketball games under way in Bradford Countyand the Secretary yet of State. half years of service In the Army' I from Bay to Madison Street bo I An application from S. A. Wei- 240( appearances before civic, pro- Precinct One (Lawtey): L. H.

'during the pant week by throughout the nation on Incluiledo In the paving program i fesNional and throughout Futch and Mrs Beatrice Futch.
"we Quartermaster Corps, and later don for the remodeling of the groups
stated Crosby
and fans who Monday: Jan. 16, and will continue "However provided the certificates were val. ; ,
S boys team I expect to start within the next nerved three years as supply officer Starke Bowling Alley Into a skating 1 the United Stales Canada Precinct Two (North 8tark:
encountersmissed until the end of the month. idated. The following .
missed these few days and not later than the for the Veterans Admlnls- persons rink was received. After a Mexico and Hawaii. L. D. Green and Mrs. Mae D.
the mostg the two-week I tered a protest against the .n'l
some of During period 1st of February." 11'at Ion. He has. been .an attacheat discussion motion was made by He waa chosen outstanding boy Green.
moments ever seen on (P Bradford Countlana like fellow jtlon of the certificates: H. 194T Served aspresident
In Florida for I
date the three Legislative sessions I W. T. Jackson that a permit be ;
Notices of the registration Precinct Three (South Starlet! :
Americans Knight, W. M. Edwards. D. H.Knight .
ball court In Starke. in all parts of the country of the Starke Chapter
will be time Mr. Lewis approved, advising Mr. Wrldun Paul L.
will begin an- At the present Bridges and Mrs. Nolla
and C, A, H.
of last week will help write the answer to Knight. W. Future. Farmers and later directedthe
rsday night In business local that If same should become la
nounced at the earliest possible engaged as a
defeated Lake the threat of polio epidemics next h j jNollman stated that he was for theImprovements organization aa Its State Pi'ev-
A Squad would have to be
iys time. contractor. He Is a member of the same .
Precinct Four Graham C.
God-win summer by providing for continued but that he thoughtIt. ident. I ( ): B.
25-24 with Jimmy Everyone will be requited toregister Starke Methodist Church. closed. Motion was seconded by
Roberta (deceased) and Mrs.
unwise to
and Issue' certificates
care treatment of a-
that won polio ConnAr born In Bradford
the free throw who wishes to vote. I-lie. wife Is the former Davie H. A. Bishop, Jr.. and carried.A was Robert
.4 second of patients of 1949 and prior years. palnst the Light; and Water Plantto Is a grndut of Bradford Equllla
e In the last Love Bedwell and they have two l motion was made by L. O. County:
'; Lake Butler Wall leadingat Terming the 1950 March 'ol liquid-Uo same. After'considerable Hazen that a zoning committee County High School: a member of Precinct Five (Hampton):: O.

the end of the third Dimes the most critical in the Plaintiffs Awarded children. I discussion by the Council and consisting of five members be appointed 'the Baptist Church and Alpha P. Wadsworth and Mrs. Thoa. F.

but Starke's rally In the history of the National Founda- $12,000 DamagesIn In making his announcementMr. I various. citizens on the validation a. follow.: Gammn Rho Fraternity and while Brown.
tion for Infantile Paralyses, A. B. Lewis stated that he Is In lot certificates motion was made
ee minutes of play led One member to be selected from st the University has actively Precinct Six (Theresaa):: A. L.
Baker Civil Suits favor of adequate financial support I by J,.. O. Haren that the
In Warren and Jack county campaign director, City the southeast section of town participated In student government Sullivan and Miss Hazel Phillip
said that the fund-raising machinery for old age< pensions and Council defer further action on the
: activities. He III
the locals out an honorarymember
brought from Walnut Street East and Call Precinct Seven (New River): E.
la all set to launch the Damages totaling $12,665,00 sihouln. validation of certificates. Motion
I of the Starke Rotary
BHS did an exceptional Street'' South. A. Snpp and Mrs. M. F. Win'''..
with greatest March of Dimes ever undertaken were found by the court against I was seconded by P. L. Bridges, 'Club. .
ball-hawking, everythe One member to be selected
this from Precinct Eight (Brooker) L. R.
Kenneth Marion Harrington Brooker Leaders '\ and carried by unanimous vote. .
n team in on the kill the. Southwest Section West of He I.. the sun of Mr. and Mrs.
week In three civil suits arising Galney and Mrs. N. G. Hayes.
led the scoring: with U "More than 40,000 cases were Revive It was brought to the attention Walnut Street and South of Call r.eon Conner of Htaike.
Plan To
from an automobile accident near Present members of the 8r"te
and. Godwin was,.runner- reported during 1949, Mr. Baker I of the City Council that a considerable Street. ]
; said "the worst polio onslaughtIn Lawtey on Feb. 11 1047. City Government I amount of dirt was being Democratic Executive Committee
flh6. .; One member to be selected from
John H. ,
Bradford Friday' the history ,cf the disease hi Judge A. Murph/ removed from the garbage damp the 'Northwest SettfOn West Call StreetMay, from Bradford County are; K. .0.
game this country." who heard the suits and renderee. I Plans to revive the city government ,I site and after discussion the City Walnut 011 Duncan and Mn. Lucile H. Gr.>-en.
Street and North of
''khtf ending in a 34-23 victory Dur-
found O. W.
-' the II II.BHS. Mr. Baker announced that C. verdicts of Brooker which has beenin I Council decided to stop the removal Street Members of the Second Congressional -
featured by
spectacular performance by ,, S. Partln principal. will direct the (den who was being sued jointly in |I Ia state of lapse for several years, of any dirt by anyone from One member to be aulucted from Open Tonight District Democrrt'c
with not
after the 3-m.nute official March of Dimes drive In the each Instance.Harrington guilty were made at a mass meetingheld I the garbage dumping grounds. the Northeast Section East. of I f Executive Committee from Br-d-

ut. Starke schools while Mrs. A. J. In the community center there, W A. D'ss..nt., Jr. asked tho Walnut Street and North of Call Cord County are: E. W. Hayes and
of Edith
In the suit B. Hill
Thomas Jr. will head the cam Council If the traffic thecorner look- Ruby A. Hayes..
; light on Street. Cull Street merchants were
the end of the first quarter Joined by her husband, J. S. Hill Tuesday night. The meeting was
paign iu all schools outside of of Orange and Madison The above four members to select : Ing forward to a return of business Members of the R.epubhurenState
tied 5-5 at the Hewlett Anderson
ore was ; Jr., and J. S. Hill Jr., Individually presided over by
Starke. Solicitation In the business Streets could be removed advising member this weekend State Road Executive Committee po
one of the aa
the 2nd BHS had a slight the court found for the vice president and manager I City
district of Starke will beheaded I that trucks stopping and start- Council. as the fifth member<< Department employees. forecast W. EI. Parks and Mrs. Ethel R.
f 10-8: while Branford had plaintiff Edith B. Hill and assessed of Tung Oil Products Inc., who Is
Into a narrow I load of 17- I by E. J. Dahmer, the chairman her damages at 2000. serving as temporary chairman of ,Ing so much on the lights were Motion was seconded by H. A. that Call Street which: has been, Park.

the end of the 3rd. The announced. The court also found for the plain the reorganization program. creating a very unpleasant noise Bishop Jr. and carried by unanimous blockaded In thn. main biinlnesH section All candidates other than I.islative ."--
Mr. Baker said that there will during all hours of the night. The .. vote. :will be reopened to traffic have until March 18 'o
Ta .contlnued to lead early tiff J. S. Hill Jr.. and assessed Mr Anderson stated that .I
be no Birthday Bali the usual plan.are.now I In addition to the regi"rqualifying -
4th. but midway of the on Council agreed to have the Police An application\ and recommendations tonight (Friday) or Saturday. mor qualify.
his at 10000.
damages considered to hold
date this year but that the Junior being Department turn off the lightat of H. L. receivedfor !! forms. all candid"t..swill
stanza Starke moved up In the suit of J. S. Hill, Jr., an election to fill the city offices. Ownby was ning.The ..
Woman's Club have to the
has agreed to sign new "Loy':
Hazrn the seven P. M., and on again a plumber's license. After discussion street hits bern closed fur
pacing for the use and benefit of Millers which for the
are provided by
turn over the profits from Us Oath" swearing them to suprt
I at seven A.M the Council lefused sumo one week following resurfacing
Hazen man .
was high point Mutunl Fire Assurance
charter under which Brooker was
forthcoming Valentine Day dance until time nneratlons. It stated that the Constitution of the Un"IStates
-Joe such as Mr. wan
Arnold of the United Plastic Ownby
As n., the court found for the Incorporated In 1911 These Include I I
.0 the Infantile paralysis fund. I and the State of FlorM-
would take the master plumber's i the surface treatment did not
before the I
Company appeared
S lost 38-35 to a very fast plaintiff. as against Harrington a Mayor five members of the City
Citing the high cost of polio examination either In Oalnesvilla harden properly: within the usualtime and affirming they are not members -
Council In to the unsanitary
quintet Tuesday night.an and assessed" his damages at Council town Marshal ClerkCollt.ctnr -
an a a
Mr. Baker stated that during the of the Communist Part"
traffic -
evidence keeping
Jacksonville necessitating
or presenting
: conditions that exist In the ;
had previously won 13 height of the recent epidemic sea- $665.00.During I and a Treaaurer-Asses- The following data on the fo-ti-
Maruca building being used as a of same. lie would then bo off the street until It seasoned.In .
f 16 encounters. son the National Foundation was the trial the Hills I Bor. coming 1950 elections has been **-
l Issued license. the meanwhile merchants In
poultry house. The Council advised a plumbAr's i
le visitors remained In the spending March of. Dimes funds charged negligence who on the part of I One of the first projects to be Mr. Arnold that they had had There being no further business, j the two blorkadi'd blocks reporteda leased by Secretary of State R.

throughout the game except at the rate of $100.000 per day to Harrington wan driving an undertaken will be the securing complaints about the the meeting adjourned.Arbor marked drop In business duringthe A. Gray:
] numerous
g the fourth quarter when pay patient bills alone. automobile belonging; to hU of some type of fire-flghttng ---- -- _._.n post, week. Date of First Primary: May 2.

radltlonal BHS blitz got go- "The people of Bradford County father-in-law O.V.. Durden of equipment, Mr. Anderson said. I When a Telegraph repoiter asked IBM.

tie the score and put the have always had the welfare of Putnam County. Attorneys for I' The Impottance of this was impressed I Lions Purchase Day ProgramAt George Koprlousos restaurant Date of Second Primary My

In the lead by one polntr their children at heart and have the Hills stated that he was permanently on the community when' proprietor If he hud noticed any 23. 19M.PolI.opt.'n.

ugh BHS scored 15 In .the 'always demonstrated their loyalty Injured and that Mrs.. a large grocery store burned to I I Building For Use Stadium Today ; decline In business\ he quickly replied at '7:00: a.m. and elose! >

quarter to Callahan'a 10. the and support in the fight againstthe Hill lost her unborn child as the ground there recently. "At the As Meeting Place Public Is Invited 1 haven't noticed any business at 7:00: pm.

rally was not enough to cruel dlaea infantile par- result of the accident. present time when fire breaks out I !" The first campaign exp-'.*

ome the substantial lead pil- alyslA In that knowledge our local Through his attorney Durden there Is nothing much to be done I At a regular meeting held In the Albor Day. Jan. 2O will bn observed statement of all candidates rrn..t

by the visitors early in theS March of Dimes volunteers maintained t that Harrington took but stand buy and watch It burn" I,JlISO building Wednesday night, Friday morning with a be filed with the clerk of the emit

will go all-out during the drive tomaki his car without his knowledge or Mr Anderson Bald.. {the Lions Club announced that they program beginning at 10 o'clockIn Minstrel PlannedBy pn or before April 22.

played a progressively this campaign the great consent. S Plans are also being pushed to| had purchased a building on Water the BUS Memorial Stadium.Dr. Rotary Club The second expense staten'...-t

game though pressure by I success that It must be," Mr. provide Brpoker with telephone Street near Blandlng center to L. T. Nelland Extension Forester FundsMrs. must be filed on or before June 2.

n early In lb, game caus- Baker concluded. State Road Board bus, and truck line service In the be used as a club\ house The building at the University of Florida For Three No campaign expense statement

ts of dropping and bad pas- Approves County's near future It was. stated Telephone purchasnd from Bert K.': Aid- will be the featured speaker. I Alberta Richards. local Is to be filed If candidate Is- automatically -

on the part of Starke. Due.the Gen. Geo. C. Marshall service la of- vital Importance I ridge who formerly operated a The following program will be dancing Instructor, furnished some nominated by reason of

first half Callahan mado Secondary SystemTentative to the buyers of produce for I sheet metal shop there. carried out: highly amusing moments at the having no opposition.

e throws In 7 tries, but mls Red Cross President, which the Brooker farming area i I The club also bought a large Medley of Marches B H S Rotary Club luncheon: Wednesdaywhen Persons who may vote the nbsentee -

In the last half. after BHS In Jacksonville SoonIn approval of a priority Is. famous, Anderson said. Several I television set to be! given to the Band. she told .some dialect stories ballot uiler the law a**:

n to click. High corer for list of secondary road construc. buyers have Indicated that they lucky person who donates towardthe Invocation Rev. *H 0 mer and gave an Interpretation of a 1. Persons so physically dlsa>' <1

ke was Godwin with 14. order that officials tion in Bradford County was given club. as .to be unable without another's
Chapter would not continue operationsthere Swindell. bewildered female at her first base

Girls" Will Two and board members may have an by the State Road Department at unless telephone service aprovided I Four new members were elected National Anthem Audience. ball game. Mrs. Richards was Introduced Allllistance to attend the polls.
a meeting with the County Commissioners which 2, Persona who will be absent
and two proposed
.at Thursday night the BHS opportunity to.meet the newly appointed the chairman reported.!, morn Arbor Day. Principal Chas.a. by Philip Adelshelmer
In Tallahassee from their the
Thursday and county during entire
the membership
i defeated Lake Butler 2415the President of the AmericanRed Another public meeting has been I brings up Partin. principal of the Starke elementaryschool
morning of last week.Although Its period polls are
Lions Club open.
Starke over
Cross, General George C. Marshall puts of the
Starke armory. Sharon called for next Tuesday night and who had charge pro-
Is there was some question quota of new members for this Introduction o f Speaker Application for ballot must be
p was high scortr with 11 a meeting and luncheon will be held In the gram.
community '
as to whether the completion Supt. H. P. Mor&an.Addrt.'I" made to the Supervisor of Re* ..-
ts.le. being held In the Hotel Roosevelt center at 7 Interested President G. 8. Newcomb announced
of Road 225, which had p.m. Everyone year.Robert BarVsdale has been appointed Dr. Nelland. tratlon of home county during the
girls lost to Branford Frl- In Jacksonville on Monday, Jan. In the advancement of these that Mrs. Richards will .......
been previously started would I to represent the club on "Trees" Mrs. Edward Char- :43 day period preceding prim. .
23 10 until 2
at a.m. p.m. projects In Brooker Is Invited direct a minstrel to be given by
night by a score of 4432.on have be for to bonneau. Completed application must be In
to paid out of the '. the Cltzenshlp Committee which '
In Bradford In
Any County, Club this
persons the Rotary spring I
attend. I'I'I
Sapp ,was also high scorn fund placed to the> county's credit will b.. comprised of delegatesfrom "America the Beautiful" _. the hands of the Supervisor not
who are interested In Red Cross with the school. Proceeds
this game with 14 points. i under the new three-year pro- I four other clubs In Starke. i iI Audience."A cooperation : later than 5 p.m. on April 27.
and have shared in Its activitiesare from the show will be divid-
he second victory was scored gram, the Road Department agreed New Dancing School The meeting Wednesday night beautification plan for our : The ballot must be In the h ..da
Invited to attend the luncheon. I II ed three ways: between the BitS
,:he girls Tuesday night when allow Adels- of the Supervisor not later than
Reservations should be made in to the'county (15,000 on this Will ,Open SoonMrs. was well attended and much campus"Principal Philip Band the Rotary Club for Roy
defeated Callahan 4123. out of the heimer."America". 5 m. on April 28.
advance'wltn W. B. Sewell Chair project general road other business was transacted.D. Scout: work and the Starke Elementary p. ,
> was high scorer with 19. with the Audience.
man of the Bradford County Red fund remainder (perhaps Alberta Rlcharda announces School for playground
race Dickinson is captain of around $23.000)) to be paid for un- Benediction Rev. Homer J. R. Chasteen Joins
Cross Chapter or with Mrs.: Ruth the opening of dancing classes In i G. Kelly Property equipment.
girls team which Is coached der the Swlndall.
Morse, Home Service Secretary. new program.It Starke at an early date, to Include ] Also Introduced at the luncheon Brownlee Firm
Lou Beyers. Dolores Met I It announced that the
has not yet been decided Sold To CermenarosMr. was pub
tap ballet and ball room. II was Carl Roberta director of the
is manager. whether to make 225 18 ft. lic Is cordially Invited.
a or an
Mrs. Richards. band vwh will assist Mrs. Rlch- H. L. Starke f"--
Trenton Tonight Canned Items WantedFor 18 ft. hard urface. It was said. states that the St. and Mrs. Anthony Cermen- f Brownlee seed
Edward's: Recreation Club has of. D. Ardu. in the production. tillzer, and crate dealer announced
th Booth Fair Therefore the ultimate cost Is aro are the new owners of the I
the boys and girls teams At Bryant Brothers
"Junior Rotarlana" attending
fered Its club room for the use of In Starke, consisting yesterday that his son-in-law J.
not known. O. Kelly property
Trenton tonight (Friday) In yet the classes until such time as the and Hurt In Wreck this luncheon from the high school: Ft. Chasteen la now associated
of houses one
ton. It Is desired that those people A delegation from the City also seven
USO building becomes available were Jack Walnwrlght. and Jack with him as a partner In the bi.>*
e next home games will be having canned goods (fruit and met with the State Road Depart for day cia..... The evening small store building. The property I I Owen and Rudolph Bryant. Raves, BUS Tornado takles who ness. Mr. Chasteen assumed his'
vegetables) In glass that are suitable ment at this time concerning1 the brought (4.00O .
y night when'th boys and been awarded football scholarships
classes In ball room dancing will i Five of the houses. and the store brothers, were badly Injured ear have duties with the firm on Monday.
for "show" please widening of Temple Avenue and
play Palatka In the Starke purposes I of FlorIda
I at the University -
he held In-the USO. ly Saturday night when their car The Brownie warehouse. o"e
I II located on Temple
bring them In by Wednesday January drainage problem: of same. The building are
iry. overturned U. S. 301 In avoid. next fall.Deputy of the oldest establishments of Its
Mr. Richard received her training i Avenue the Hartmann on
2:). to Miss Dorothy Ross City spokesman were Informed opposite
I In Los Angles at the Fanchon The other ing a northbound truck. kind In Starke was founded I hv
Home Demonstration Agent In that this was not the time to eon- manufacturing company.
rr Colley With 'I, the County Agent's Office Court alder these mutters, sine thU .A Marco Studios. She taught with I two houses an on North Thompson Both men received treatment In CollectorA i the BrownIe brothers H. L. end
the Stark. hospital for possible ". )(.. In 1929 and has been Bri-v-
; the Wisconsin Theatre Milwaukee Hall
adford Hardware House. These will be used In the meeting was scheduled primarilyfor in I St. across from the City I'
internal and severe lacer deputy collector of Internal Ing growers of thla section ever
for three and also Priest home. Injuries
Bradford County Booth at the the consideration of the second- years pro and north of the C. O. '

J Kay Carlisle manager of the State Fair In Tampa, January 31. ary road budget. However the duced kiddie' shows for Fox Mr. and Mrs. Kelly are now ations. revenue will be In the court house I since.
I In which theonly at Starke on Thursday and Friday Mr Cha teen and his wife the
The they were
Theatres. Thirtieth
dford Hardware Co.. announcest through February 11. All canned Department promised to send an After a tour with Fan making their home at 5123 -
caught fire after Feb 2, 3, from 9 a.m. to S p m. Former Miss Madge Brownlee, hv.
Carr Colley has become as- goods will be returned to the owners Inspector to see what could be chon Marco Mrs. Richards opened i St. In Tampa. passengers
names for thus of assisting taxpayers : returned to Starke. from Atlanta
the accident but the were
atari with the firm and will be at the end of the Fair.It done about the drainage problem her own dancing schools in Mr. and Mrs. Cermenaro movedto purpose
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the driverof with their Income tax re-:and are making their home atpresent
extinguished by
to meet his old friend' and Is Important for aU to tend a in front of the school house, and Milwaukee and Waudesha, Wla. j, Starke .last winter from Massachusetts quickly :
the truck which was undam- turns. There Is no charge for this with Mr. and Mrs. Brown-..
friends too In his rew capac- hand to help make the booth a i also near the Hartmann property Miss Betty Ann Flynn will be ; : and have built a home service : lee.

success. U the city limit pianist for the classes. I north. of town on U. S 301 aged

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--" Mrs. T. N. Norman and son Gerald Mr. and Mrs. w

of Heilbronn Springs were visiting announce the k ?iii:
Bradford PINE LEVELBy birth I ., ,
County t \ It
I Mrs. H. M McRae Sunday girl on Jan. 2 at Ole dub' Ii i
afternoon. al In Palatka.
Mra. II. M. McRa name.iane. ogle :
1879 E L. MATTHEW OWNCMCDITOMKery 'I.. II. Futch I Miss Lavrrne Nettles and Miss Imo

Hazel Crawford of Starke were Mr. and Mrs. T .
'I Friday and Knlonxl a* s..ndMatte'r We are glad to report that out M i I. ''?''t\
COUNCIL HEORGAJSIZF.SThe dinner guests of Misses Gwendo- Invited into ,
Fla. Pastor Rev. W. E Hall will be theo" "
at tlu r.. tMEMBER )fftre at StarkP. a.. ,
rtswt lyn and Shirley McRae Sunday. Eastern Star"
Lawtey City Council met Mond ,
Y MokPONCA. home this week after spending ; thr:
B Lure garqess Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The three weeks In Glendale HospitalIn Mrs. B. M McRae and children In Starke. O

1950 NEBRfVhrrpln old council was called to order Palatka. He in.looking forward attended the birthday celebrationIn i Starke callers the j
and old business :was disposedof to meeting with his church and all I I honor of Miss Elizabeth Jacksonat I Mr. il8st, F,
,....lm<'rlplton a&flO Annually $1.\0' For Six Months \ I keep thinking of to the courthouse this afternoonand after which the council adjourned. his friends next Sunday at the the home of her parents Mr. weer and Mrs. WM \I

I ITOn. prate| and help lay away another finish up Saturday morning church service. and Mrg. Jack Jackson of Starke, H. Lucas, L. N. Wagn. 1(."

soldier and Willie bird dip*. an there are and two final.exams to take. City Attorney Goo. L. Patten Mrs. R. L. Batten and son Law- I Friday evening. Mrs. R.'Foray the, Mrs v .A

.\\:01: Tin: DAY TO PLANT THAT TREE The winds shall scathe you with Mid-term swore In the newly elected officers: rence of Theressa were visiting Britton Alvarez returned home son, Mr. and Mrs. T M I
This Is a dark day. It Is snow- Mayor, O. J. Anders; Marshall Mr. and Mrs.: A. :J, Fender and Tuesday of last week after spend Mrs; Blanche Cunnlngrmtri
... and at least two schools their aythes no lon.er.o ,
Today Friday. January 20( .ls Arbor Day, Ing lightly, not so very cold out, .
Sasser Councilmen Charles dew with. relatives at
Harry ; family on Thursday of-last week. ing a days Edison ad Richard:
little homeless child,
Jjo Bradford County will Join with more than 200 Florida schools In and an ideal winter day. It Is Dlnklns and Winton Parrish.
Your little mouth shall not mew o'clock. I have a beef roast Mr. and Mr. J. W. McRae and Frostproof.
Mrvance of Arbor Day. ten ,
I The Council organized for
after food in the oven. I am braising this sons Arley and James, are visiting
Schools known to be planning appropriate programs In this county the L. H. Futch was elected;
They shall be sweet, these roast. Don does seem to enjoy Mr.' McRae's parents, Mr. and
nw the Heilbronn Elementary School and the Hampton Training smells of peace; the beef cooked In the oven.Yesterday chairman. H. C. Harley Charles Mrs. V. B. Wheeler at Dutton, LAKE GENEVABy LI
School.When. Sauces slowly, bountifully brewed funeral hereIn I Dlnklns and Winton Parrish were Ala. ST.EN1.: .
we had a
our young folks plant trees and learn of their benefits to the Mortuary. A veteran of appointed on the street committee Dinner guests of the H. M. Me.I Blanche CunninghamC : IN CASED
I end the finance committee is Sid-
mankind, our State takes a big step forward In conservation," says And you shall} hear soft sounds War I, age S6. I, as usual sang, Shuford Charles Dinklns and I Rae's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs SICKNESS

State Forester C. H. Coulter "Our trees provide more than lumber and about you- and played for the funeral. I sang, H.ney C. Harley.The Eldon Sapp and children of Heil Carlson of .Washington, D. C. OK ACCIDEI
forest products, for they help moderate the climate, prevent soil l ero- Bedtime kisses, laughter waves two songs. One was "Does Jesus bronn Springs, Henry Taratus of returned t 0 his I home Monday.
Still softer music of the sheets. Council elected attorney
...on. conserve rainfall and provide a home for our wildlife. care when our hearts are painedtoo :Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.O. Ho was called here on account of WHO
Then rest the blanket Patten to serve as city attorneyfor
among W. McRae and children.
deeply for mirth and song;I the Illness of his brother V. A.
In commenting on the annual observance of Arbor Day throughoutthe caves. 1950. After discussing the conditions Pays
When our cares distress and the, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griff ot Carlson who Is a patient in theveteran's The Bill
country the Florida Times-Union saysf My child what horror In your of the city In general the .,
way/ grows weary and long. ,Starke and Vernle Thornton of hospital Augusta Ga. r' .
It Is because Arbor Day has been regularly observed, from the time eyes: That Is the way the old hymn go I council adjourned to meet againon I Vanderbilt section were suppei Mr. and Mrs. R. Forsythe Mrs.V. For Hospital ProleclifInsure !:
War fancies find release I
of its first observance In Nebraska 76 years ago the coming April, that ; es. Those who have no faith, surely i February 6. guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc. A, Carlson and Blanche Cunn- The Florida I

Mchool grounds throughout the country have been given\more of the You sweet will become accustomed. can see no meaning to life. If i W. H. Jones of St. Augustinewas Rae and family Monday evening. inggham were business callers in .ual Way! f"
beauty that comes only In the Spring and Summer green and the Autumn we did not know that this life la visiting Mr. and' Mrs.- L. H. I Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez of .
To the slow tread of peace Green Cove Springs this past week. LOCAL AGENT 'l
colors of growing trees. It Is because Arbor Day, also, that pupils a part of God's plan, living would Hill last Sunday. Orlando .were visiting Mr. and Mrs.\
In the schools are given each year a practical objective lesson In SWEET PEACE.-Virginia Hartman not ,make sense, with all of Its i The H. C. Kelly family were visIting Robert Myrll Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Allen and PAUL RAYMO\, .
pain and sorrows. But if we havea relatives In New River last i Mrs. Walter Hall of Palatka and children are welcomed newcomersto
conservation. In Florida, especially. ha It become an occasion of this I P.O. Box 95
Who Is It that does not love a childlike faith, one may shed a Sunday afternoon.Mr. our town. The Allen's moved STARKE
kind. little child? Who Is not moved by tear for a moment, but come up and Mrs. C. E. Crosby and here FLA.
from Fla. Mr. Allen
Moore and Gayle and Fred Jr. Jupiter,
In the words of Keats, a thing of beauty Is a Joy forever. No tree the above lines, about the refugee smiling for have we not conquereddeath Richard were visiting In Lawteylast
went to Tampa for a short visit. Is dealer.
lapis forever but the annual tree planting and replanting Whether on child whose parents have been after all?. That Is whyI Sunday. They all returned on Sunday. a "Raleigh"

the school grounds or around the.homes of tho people Insure a prog- killed and child driven from home? can be happy, go on singing and R. R. Thede of Jacksonville was '

Teas In the creation of living beauty that may be said to be endless.Trrt These ruthless men of war kill smiling and saying life Is good a recent business visitor 10 Lawtey. Mrs. 'Marlon Reddish of Starke ASK THE MAN WHO KNOWS > t YOUR WATCHMAKtm*
attended church here last
helpless old people and defenseless Yes lots of happy things Whoo- The Garfield Evans SubDII'trlet -
are beauty women and children surely shall peer! Friends loved ones yet, pets of the M. Y. F. met In the Mr. and Mrs. -A. A. Cook had as
is a time now. as the State Forest Service says, to "!!I'lect that be punished. There are In this birds flowers and roast beef and Lawtey Methodist Church Monday their guests for the weekend Mr. WArCa ey

tree for planting this year. world In China and Europe, home- cake. Just simple things. Easy evening of last week. There wasa 'and Mrs. Hubert Reeves Barbara

less hungry children who weep In and simple as the words In this good attendance from Waldo,Nell Reeves, Robert Reeves. and

TORE RANGE LANDS FOR LIVESTOCK the dark caves In hillsides and column. Things of the heart horn Starke and Lawtey. These three John W. Carpenter all of Millen : RE3 WCl

shelters from bombed buildings.God and love and God. Yes despiteall churches comprise the district. Ga.
Writing In Country Gentleman Fred Bailey says, "Work Is to start have mercy on us who stay we can be' happy and rejoice. Weekend guests at the home of '

nest spring on one of the largest reforestation and revegetatlon programs smug In our homes here In AmerIca Give the world a smile and pat Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley were

ever undertaken by the Forest Service. It Is to Include 4.0OO.OOO and let such misery and want the other fellow on the back to Mr and Mrs. S. C. Harley and HowTo RelieveBronchitis 'W s /"

acres of burned and cut-over forest land and 83,000,000 acres of rangeland go on,without even a prayer to let them know you care and under. family of Heilbronn and Mr. and

In need of reselling. Forest Service officials estimate the program prevent another war. stand the why- of things.- Mrs. Nelson Blocker and family of -

when completed, will enable the range lands to handle five to1O This morning when I got up I CLAY HILL. They had such I Atlantic Beach. My and
personal Integrity profession,
went to see about Willie bird. He I time The many friends of L. H. Hill, t i barked
: times as many livestock'ss at present." has not been feeling good and mas.a grand Leon at Carter Clay was Hill Christ.Santa. who has been confined to Shady. Creomubion relieve promptly becauseic by 40 years of experience) In Fine Watch Ke.

This Is significant In the light of recent developments. This country seemed! weak. I found poor Willie They had sacks of candy, so Mrs. crest Hospital for the past several goes light to the lest of the tumble 1; pairing Is your Guarantee of Satlifartlnn.

I* a big meat consumer. Yet leading authorities on diet are now convinced lying on the floor of hla cage stiff Louie Carter the PTA said. days will be interested to know to help loosen and expel germ laden '
that a still higher level of average consumption l III extremely and lifeless My little Willie bird! She them I used pres. that he returned to his home last phlegm and aid nature to soothe and Ed SimpsonSeaboard
put up. to help
.lealrable In order to build our health and stamina as a people Meat: I C did not cry then but after Don Daisy. A Job but fun. Then the Sunday much Improved. lies, raw membrane.Tell tender, inflamed bronchial druggistto R.R. Watch Inspector

1* one of the best sources of protein-and protein, the scientists have had started to Sioux City and I children, said their pieces. I love Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Spnrkman mucous fell you a bottleof your Cceomulsioa '

found( Is the food element which dons the most to create physical was alone with Digger, I tookWillie's to hear the tiny ones get up'and and daughter Elaine of Jackson with the understanding you must like G JEWELRY !

strength, resistance and mental morale In many kinds of Illness hlgh- cage/ on the back sun''bravely speak. Bless them. There ville were visiting the Joyce Futch the way it quickly allay the cough 'f

protein diets are now prescribed. porch. I wrapped him tenderely"has been some flu, but all are bet. family last Saturday. %ur you are to have your money back.CREOMULSION. : ;
in white tissue paper and will Iter. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ed- I
They Rev.
Ills forecast that the nation's livestock population will Increase very gave
fix him later .
ready to buiy. Then wards last Sunday were Mr. n-d
Biibntantlally. during tho next few years Various reasons are respon I the tears came. I was for a moment tree.present Yes,of at cigars Clay for Hill the I found ceder Mrs. Rex W. Mixon and sons I for Coughs.ChestColds.Bronchitii ;! ___ ,. ,

sible. One ta our large supply of fend grains and grasses--produce bowed with grief. Then I cooperation and love as In no other I i Wayne and Larry Miss Lou Edwards __ _

which In many instances would! be wasted entirely unless used for thought. "Willie &U only a bird. place. I con Just see my little I Ichll and Clyde Saucer, all of ,
animal husbandry. Another Is that meat animals can be raised on I I can get another." How about < ren's faces :Jacksonville. t
now looking up
either a small or large scale almost anywbere. And still another Is the Roar children In far off lands?' to me standing In a circle. HowI I Rev. and Mrs. Barney Andiewj STARK

that. In the packing industry, the farmer has a yeaf-round cash mar i How about Else Langer and her love them, and always shall. and daughters of Brooker attended OWNEDCTARLINGC I
nine children In Bavaria who was 'church at the Baptist Church heia
ket for hbi livestock.
i HELPFUL HINTS: 1 save the FLORID 'r
driven from her 320 acre farm last Rev. Andrews
Sunday. .
by preached -
the projected Increase In range lands under Forest Service direction' bill that comes along In my groc-l\
i the Russians after her & Market
husband for Rev. Lee the .pastor, who
fits In with these developments. The meat Industry; In all Its ramifications I was murdered? That In I sad. ery sack to write my grocery listj.4s' confined to his home with the Grocery '

Is a big factor In American living and the American economy. Now that the war Is over why olE: Saving paper In a way will flu.

don't they, give back her home? save a tree. Have you forgot the I i f I Mr and Mrs. Raymond Prevattof
shoulder pad holder that in I SPECIALS FOR WEEK ENDING JANUARY 21st 1950 '
WHICH PREDICTION ItO YOf LIKK: ESTfThere's No. Misery must go on. I dried Jacksonville attended servicesat jf
my tears. How do the people of I your dress A three-cornered*' the Baptist Church and were I
QUANTITY Cor. Call & Streets
affair with a slot so you can/ slip Cherry
--- no accounting for tastes- or, apparently, for the predictions Formosa feel ,with Nationalist dinner guests of the :J. S. Eunice
of some economists. Consider, the following new year forecasts China quartered there? No one ,the pad In and out easily for washing family. .

both by top government officials: Said! our, "An era of prosperity lies asked the citizens of that Island If Are you making something I, Among those from here attending Local

head;" the other "A short-term boom will be followed by a more they could move In. There may pretty for your house these easy Jan 1 the funeral of Daniel 'BIggs
"' I be fighting right In their rico uary days? Hooked rugs' are of Palatka at the
Crosby Cemetery
Mrious slump Evidently somebody's crystal ball Is a bit cloudy. and things of beauty. :
field I sang then to get back were MM! Mae Wells, Mrs.A. FRYERS
Rut thlltlRn't surprising. For If we as a nation have learned anything I am embroidering pillow cases| 37
my courage Ha. Yes I laughed H. Harley, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
about economics In the first halt of the 20th century It Is that forecasting and making lace for sheets and
too for I read my mall and I Harley. Mrs. Paul Dlnklns. Mrs.
Is a haiardous art. Out on the "firing line" among the buxlnms had letters from pillow cases. I have a new nut
Nettle Carter, Effie Miner Mrs Truby WainWright POUND
men and women who move the goods of industry into the hands Lela Mae Carter, Daisy Lang all cake recipe! I shall send next time. Mrs. George Roberts Mrs.

t ot consumers we find a divergence, of opinion, too. of Clay Hill and Mrs. Wm. Mahlerof I want to try It out first Made I i Hermie Kelly. Mrs. Hubert Priest,

Nearly half of a group of wholesalers polled' by Dun & Bradstrret Starke and one from my cousin with pecans. | Mrs. Joyce Futch and Benton

expect! higher sales volume during the year's first quarter than for the Hazel Pedersen! In Colorado. The My weekly prayer for peace, i Futch. Mr. Riggs was the brotherof

same period in 1949. On the other\ hand of a group, of retailers similarly telephone rang and it was Mrs. sent by a War I veteran and a beloved Mrs. Wells. and Mrs. Harley. 3 lb. Can Extra Good SlicedBacon I
teacher In Penn. who has
polled, about half predict. a drop In sales. Day our County Supt. who wants a1, Mrs. Fred Moore and daughter
,scar on his face from combat: ,
A third however me to take my final exam this I II Irene were In Tampa last week as
group polled, tips the scale toward optimism, at
Great Universal who
God )
least for the Immediate outlook This groups composed of mai\ufar- afternoon In the course In FsyMi- I O. and life to all the guests of Mrs. Moore's father,
ology I have been gives light things Rev.
studying from I E. D. Boyer and her sister disco 73 291Ibs.
toners who In moat Instances have the advantage of reports from nationwide the heed the supplications of a bereaved -
University. That will be fun. Mrs. ,Jewell Royal. On Friday Mr.
sales staffs upon which to shape their views. They tend tel|Then I hurried to get my work world. A world filled '.with the'

agree with the wholesalers: As for rest of us- -our opinions will done so I could visit with you all ,plague of greed and miminder- .

be more definite along about January 1, 1951.\ before dinner time. I am going standing and fear Shower down
thy light of wisdom upon them and) Birthday-Weddings
I1 e.-.---__.._ _._"_,_.! 'aid them. Banish fear, the mte. or SpecialCAKES

J\JAt\ V AREZ'- STORE Established Men's t Clothinsr 18tllBuild 1 III IMI IT'S l't.ANNINli.SMART.. I I them create understandings thy war knowledge and destruction.and of greed the great Give that !!I I M.\I tT OltDI-'lt: I Potatoes 10 27

power of love and Eternal Brother. ,. Mrs. Harry Lappe .

Tu Call Tony Stevens For hood Teach them the laws of 316 N. Church .St. ,
Your Karma. Let them say with a

I Commercial heart clean and full of Thy love, """
"Blessed be the name'of the Lord." QUICK RELIEF FRO II 1

with Wedding In the morning say It, at noon say I,I I
i\ < Symptom of DittrtMArising fro Swift Premium
Banquet CanTripe CORNED 0
4 And Birthday It day In the say evening it.. For God say It Is In ten me timesa and II | STOMACH ULCER: Large Target

1MCTURKSSTEVENS In him as he Is In you. So said i DUE TO EXCESS ACID

our Savior Jesus Christ Peace I I ..
I BookTNlsofH.a.Tr.atm.nlU.
PHOTO be' with you all---AMEN. Mint Help or It Will Cost You Nothing 39' Beef 35
FINISHING tint thi-M mtlllou bottle of the Wn,t-A.n
.n i So with a piayer.In my heart T..........,. h.... been oM lor relief. o.
.,rmptonuoriitiitrMaarblnc' Stomach
\\IKTC every roll H expertlynt'vclnpetl. a tear In my eye a smile on my i and Dmatenat Utrara d u.ti>bra.Acid
lips and love In my heart I say, I f*** DI..U; _. Printed or EnlargedLOCATEI :, Oanliin*. H.__., ....pta-anoM ot*.,
"God bless all"
you and goodbyeuntil ._ .... .
d.u& "' .11..10" IS doyi trlul!
) AT DAHMEK'S 'iiext week. Ak for.'WMt_'. MMaiV wblcb fully "LA-ROMA"
I xplain this.....al".n.-li**-at (
GIFT SIIII-II0 Call St. Love, Ground Fresh

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For tanirnitnct, tMicivitcy end sanitation; ,build your (hog hov ness is accorded the affairs of needin j
of CONCRETE BLOCKS. It will provide dry worm quoiUri and ?
: is anly kept frt from porontts.The,.'.a tin to fit year setds. our Service.DeWITT.

Phon ......... for complete dttaili., We d.li.l tr.tt ; You Quality!
:need good '
2 Size Can
\ CONCRITI HOCKS.KICKS'IASIInoon. C. JONESPhone AutoDtoLileLiaLility Tomatoes 91C

DRAIN AND ROOF Tin 7 Starke Fla.

I Funeral Director Ambulance Service

I I MEETS ALL A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS Our local funeral home enables as to offer conveniences and Charley E. Johns

Auiiis Buildin .:Supply, Inc. I service not otherwise available.We v Ph.. IS Agency- STARKR, FLA. DIXIE PRIDE per loaf Colored Quarters i)Th b

H3C-10I3 W. Main St., South furnish the highest; type service :lowest prices and lOdi

I accept ANT' life Insurance policy In force issued by. ANT BREAD Churn
GAINESMLI.E, FLORIDA company, ma payment In part or ID full oa a funeral. I .....,...... Gold 39C
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Phone 217-21 Consultation carries BO obligation. ..__.tlK..TM.TRAVELER: *. Hartford

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JANUAKT 20.1950 BRADFORD -- p.\fa: THREW

and Nancy and Barbara Bates. of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Bradley at
Kite who received the "flying"prize Lendon.COMMUNITY

a let of bath oils. A* a memento Mr. and Mrs. W. Q Strlngfellow noon Sunday. BROOKER SUNNYBROOK NEW
JE FARM : ; were guest' of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. B. White and her children RIVER

of the occasion the honoree Presided over by the President George Manassa in Green Cove Rodney and Lemuel returnedto Bv li Mn *>wl I" My HamlA OoxbvI Rv Mr K.
in, Bryan Wbitflrld was given bath oil by Schlaparelll. \ff*. L,. F. Chapman the regular Springs last weekend. their home In Commerce Oa I =====

-., The tea table from which refreshments meeting of the Community Club Thursday: after having spent two
R P. McLendon I I I
Mr. and Mrs. .
Mr. and Mls
was held In the Club Rooms Tues- weeks and D. L. 4-11 ('Lt'UIY.Y.TISU: f R Kelly andchildren Next Sunday will be Bro. Fred
with Dr Mrs.
RrYJgeTeaL served buffet and Tom- (
were style and their sons. Spankv '
I uinvisiting her motherMrs
day afternoon of last week Com Nix. The Brooker 4-H Club meeting; Dodd'ft regular preaching day at
Nix honored her'elsIsitor. was adorned with beautiful mie, were visitors of Mr. and ),Jr.. A L Drtgger Sr Lake
appointments bined with artistry as to color and was called to order by the prenl-1 i i in I Long Bridge Everyone has an Invitation
Mrs. W. B. Whitecree. Covered with a lace form seasonal blossoms were not Rudy McDonell In Dunnellon dur- I Mix .I 1C Caldwell accompaniedMrs dent. Carolyn Kclley: on Tuesday i, Butler Svmclm I I to come and bring: fame
the weekend Mrs. McLendon'smother ir K Tvus. and her aim Harold -
r" Ca. with a bridge- cloth It was centered with a bowlof ed at points of interest In the ClubRoom ; ing Mrs. :J T Cogdlll returned ,' of Starke: on a trip to the in the 7th and 8th /grade claiw- i|! Quite a large number from here I I one with you.
: ne. day afternoon. The yellow and cerise gladioli flank- Following routine businessthe I room. Thirty-four: girls. attendedthis Attended the' Sing at FalibankH Mrs. Fronle Moody and Mr and
home with them' for a visit !nursery at Glen St. Mary Monday
JNtx home was a lovelyor ed by tall white tapers\ The unique hostesses. for the afternoon afternoon' meeting ,i Church Sunday I Mrs. Herbert Parrish visited Mr
this event with its colors and shapes of the elaborate Mrs. R. P. McLendon and jars> Mr an Mrs lack Nelson of We stood and said thetH I|| Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rosier and ,,and, Mm D..nztThomas\ of Flora
: Mr S. H. Bowman of Buford
hanced by artistic flower refreshments added to Cecil Sewell were In charge of the :Jacksonville spent Saturday night daughter' Ann of Lnwtev were City: Sunday
R. On has bean the of Mr and nlt cclRo, and sang some new sonII.Th..re : .
and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. guest .
bents.' Guests Included all the beauty of the table and further social hour during which they 'laltlng Mm O. K. Crosby Sunday Miss dinette !Sapp of Jacknoflvllle -
was old business but Ml ,
no **
W BrannenMr. Mrs I M. Bradley since Sunday. .
| of the State Farm Bridgeh emphasized the chosen color served sandwiches and cookies Ross out order blanks for Ight. spent Saturday night end
friends and Mrs A. C. Libhart and Mrs. Bowman was accompanied to gave Sunday with her parents, Mr and
Joining scheme.
other For the party the guest with coffee'
the Farm by Mrs. M. F. Coker Sr. some of the j girls to order fruit Mr and MrV. T. Crosby aremoving
In the their children, Sunny and Robin, Mr*!. Kthim Sapp
lie tea hour. games of honor was attired In teal corded
Mary Rivers Stubbins of Starke trees' and explained, to us how to Into their new home thisvecth
Mr 1 11 Verner and Misses\ Sue ,
arda went to Mrs. P. D. faille and her a gift visited friends In Orlando last Mrs Jessie! Lee L zenb '. Mr,
corsage I order them. Record book t to We will totes them in
spent Friday night and Saturdaywith ind Sara Verner all of Ja'klOonvllle. were our I
weekend. Artlo Overrnsh And :Mrs. P.hLdaDowllng
received an set from her
who of
j hostess CE'rIRE'ral'natlons.
; was who visited Mr and Mrs. lie brought) to the next meetingMlnfl community but wish thorn muchpplncsH
Frances Caldwell Joining : visited Mr. and Mm Joe
core; to Mrs. H. P. Stub- Mr.*. Nix was assisted Following: year's service with Bradley briefly at that time floss told us she would bring in their new home and
se second high prize was in hospitalities by Mrs. L. A. them Saturday for an outing and the! U. S. Army Robert' Dobbs re food model to the In hiiHincHi ,:Dowltni< In Live Pak Sunday
older and to Mrs. :J. R.I(Shepherd and by Mrs. R P. Me- picnic lunch mere Carolyn Crews turned home Tuesday He was :_ Mr and Mr. W H. Williamsand discuss" foods. next meetlrKand success I|I Arthur Adklnn! of Macon G*.
Atlas. visited Mr and Mrs Lee Hiallii-r. of 'Edward.. and, .
'" I at Wash, and B.tvVllliamll : Adklnn Mrs Mary
mi ear Mlali wtf t IF it...i Irll! .er .-' -' Ger1omia" ,,"' er,, 'UIItimnuwImnn''' ''' ''' ,!,' i'nwne'_. ''.1 stationed during his service Ft. Lewis period\ made a i Mr and Mrs 'T O Williams. In Mr and, Mrs. Tom Edwards:: Dr Lake. Hut h'" ware vl itlnf| Mr. and I Jane Kite of Hellbronn Springswere

Donaldsonvlllt. Oa last weekend Mm. William, Crosby Sunday onllinjf on the K A. Sapp"
I Worthington Springs vl..It'dtn.! .. I
, LET OS PAY YOUR HOSPITAL BILLS: |I trip to the Hawaiian Islands Mr and Mrs W H Morgan had I Eva: Marrell' Sunday afternoon and Miss. Unmonn Robert of I..iikelittler Frldnv ifternonn
Mr. and Mrs Leslie Bradley and Mrs Truba returned!
I as their guest Sunday Mr. anti attended, rhuirh at the Missionary wits visiting MlfII.Van.h. Hodges has
Fays in Full Regardless of Workman's CompensationSFITS 'their children Johnnie and Mela Mm E. W Wilkinson, Johnnie .Baptist Church Sunday night. and Mary Alv<.o Crosby SiimlnyVufire home tam. a very' pleasent 'vcek'n.
ACCIDENTS SICKNESS nle of Starke were dinner guests William vl..ltlIth her slater. Mm DemdtThormiH
Dukes of Duke visited
Wilkinson and Miss Lucy Wilkinson of Floral City
'; CHILD I1IRTJI Mr and Mrs Victor Burton children Mr and Mrs Junior Duke and / RUSH. of Lake City: visited Mr and Sirs: S. L. Crews fkaila

"I u' INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY: CROUP PLAN 1"rt their two children Mr and Friday afternoon, Mr. amt, Mm Krnent Russ Sunctiiy. their Kueiiti last Monday nl?;:Tit
Mrs Cl W. Nasworth and their Mm Hemp Connely of Orals
Mr and Mrs C'h..llnut of
1 Hacked by Old Line Legal Reserve Life Ins. Co. WELDING visited Miss Mrs. Henry H..tlKe. and !Mrs Conwi.y.
an three sons and J. H Snpp all of. Mary Mott Friday Truby Nudge writs In Starlit shopping S. C. Mr Chp"niit was an orderlyIn
''s LIIIEKAL CASH BENEFITS FOR: Hawthorne' !Mr and Mrs. C O. afternoon Monday afternoon' the army hospital at Camp

Morgan and Misses Marguerite Mr and Mrs. F. Ilii7.cn: of Staike Jarknon. S. C where :Mr Cre '11t'lla
anesthesia X-ray. I Inwdl 36tf Emma Jean and of visited Mrs II A. Coleman of GuinoHIII -
Hospital room operating room Myrtle Morgan( relatives here Thuridny \ n patient/ with spinal meningitis :! *
t f,',' Q <.III.- laboratory exH'nHe, hyM.lrrm's' anUiulaiuc Glenn !Rt Mary: Mr and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. llmrell Dukes vi.Ite ..- ,- visited, her ulster Mm Doris I mill had 'the ml..fr>rtime" ofolHR

andKen. therapy. ( Henry t..opl'r and their little son ,1 Mrs Mattle &,wells Moiulny Kelly and Children Sunday ii n eve They hadn't seen
) Pays I'hyelelans' or Surgeons' feM for operation due mWe of fttarke' and Miss Dorothy Morgan afternoon !Mr. and" Mr*. V V. Iliuon: of each other, sluice 1018 wo they recalled -
y of (lalnE'Rvllle.r Stiirkc visited. friends' and relatives
to accidents or sickness.Limits memories of the
f- 1 v Mrs many:
i I Mary L. Green I I" visiting: here lu..t'e"k..

Axe : On day to( HO! years--costs only a few the | if Ktarke. Mrs Olin\ Halo of Dukes. for a few "Good old Army days'Mr
A offer I 1..1.1.| < days. Rev .and, Mr*. Donald Martin! and Mm. Chesnut' left Tue'*
cents for whole Clioctee own doctors I
day family.
per your
sail baby mm nttendid church sere duty morning for Orlando where!
?u,,.",'; and use any honpltat. and vlvlnlty out of the l>K>.tmodern Louis R. Dean Cecil Davis of Jacksonville visited vices in Jncknnnvllld last week they r'lin' on upending a ti i

MAIL COUPON TODAY his parents. Mr and Mrn\ months. for Mr. Cho not' health.
Mr and Mr Horace Stoken iitendod -
and t flni-nt miil >pedMtlillnic Lem Davis
| CONSULTANT u few days last weekMr .
-------------------- chuich! .at Maorlnnny last Bill S.ipp of Starke want In thiH
ItKSKRVR! LIFT INS. CO., KIT. C-I, and !Mrs. llerhel LayflcUl section
b I .ho|>H aiijuhi'D: *. BOOKKEEPING weekend Tuesday morning with his
PoMofrien. llox 220 and children of Gainesville vlwltttl dogs on n fox: chnne For hunters
STXKKK tuA. All Work Guaranteed SERVICEI'hoO !Mr. and Mis N C. !Mott Sunday. Wo FdwnnN lire sorry to report that J. who liku thin sport there la plentyof
V : Jr. Is a patient In the
ARE NOT REDUCED Please send, mA full Information about your Hospital I !Mr. and Mrs. O W Barry attended hospital at Jurktinnvlllo fox nmiind alt they have been
Plan. This does not obligate me In any way SMITH'S GARAGEAND Baccalaureate services Ir feasting on Mm. Fronts. Moody.
FOR CHILDREN OR Name ______ ___ _______._______________ ______.-- 229 | Slurry'Hut liaptlst Church for the Mr and 1 Mm J. J. Nipper and chicken She has run electric'

.DERLY DEPENDENTS Street --------- --------- MACHINE SHOP 1 120 So. Walnut. St. Seniors' of Robert l E Lee High Ron of Ocala visited Mrn Pnrlnellry .I light 'to her chicken yard and
__ < and children
Good In Any Hospital Iclt.y-------------. ---------- State ---- Sthonl of Jaikannvllle hint l. Sunday Sunday burns them nil night but that
___ ________ STARKE. FLORIDA I Mr Moor> iind f
Age________ ------- Phone -- ---- Temple .\,. Stark Ophelia son oStarke docwn't to rt.Mr.. Kox.
vers Polio Up To $a'",000 I__,______._._ .... .. ----- I .. Miss Malene Taylor and slater. visited Mr and Mrs Finery seem .
.. I of Orange visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mr. Wilbur Turner of
., ,,,,,,,,,, ,--," ...,"- [,, .,,, ,, ,, ,,,,, ,. + -rfvvls\ Sunday .
inns. vansnaaI'iwaweawTueuwan-u; ;;;;;;; ii : nailnWmlwaaUIm4Sflnilmrluenminw.IIIII''''''" ""' uIrt'nni5UIIIPnoIiniwannuuu.unuutsIi.wrnun"" '" "'' '' Lloyd Barry and children Miami i Ill''> visiting their parents
Mr. and Mrs Jack Simmons of
weekend' 'I I Mr and Mrs. lloan Turner.FREE .
!ifnntenrhH visited her parent !Mr
Mr and Mrs. Erahcl Rdvardi and Mrs N C Mott. Sunday.

visited :J. V Edwards Jr., who m Mr and Mrs. !M. M. Guano of !

% I a patient' In the, hospital at Jacksonville lalnesvllla were dinner guest of

{ Sunday Mr and Mr. R F. On no fjumlnvMr For Prompt .FREE Removal
1i! .. Mrs. t sllieVaRdln and Mr Rolta Brown of High nf Di-nd.) Crippled & North:
4 I Wllbert Gunner nf Waldo visited Spring li spending this week herewith tent
Cattle, llore Mules.
u"t; i Mrs Kdd Polk FridayMrs her daughter and family.: Mi

... '!:,; I Llz/le: Green of Lake lluller and Mrs I.. A. Mott duo to IIInen K )JuR'4 .

visited Mr. and IIIr!!. K.: W *. Call 132 StarkeWi
KdRnr: / Dukes. and family and A
: Hodges last wet'k.
t< Z. ,: ALWAYS COME: !
__ J I Mr. urn! II"VIIMon' Green' Padgett and family vl"It.c1'1'1\ -
ntlve In kxonvllle
In Sunday Florida
GalneHville business Renderers
otj SILlurI ,
Mr and !\frs.
Reocy Jloltk-ii of
|day afternoon.Friends
!> Alarhun visited !Mr and Mrs1 I. 1-\e.'
otI j here regret the death ci, A. Fowler Sunday. afternoon

] Capt.: Wllllo _Ward, formerly cr,

I uroonfr and Dunlin, Gil H.I. pissed .
away at the home of his nephew
Carl Ward of Jacksonville! 'IMPORTANT NEWS

.. I Funernl Service were In Dublin

ft. .f'. : 0...., Wednesday FOR GROWERS AND STOCKMEN

J Mrs Colene Wiggins of Jmk-

'!S; ,. : ;: t:. ,,,: '!_ ........_.. ...".",-o'..;f :;...,.. ........$ Junior ronvlllolslted; Dukes, her few sister Mrs last.
: >Fi--;: -.. . a days .
: ... .. ; #
.\.,.....\ ._.. .,,1\-__ ,. :: \ ::, :.. I.\#':."... .. !...;>:t# Mr .TY:-:.."?)}' .. .." J ". '" >.. weekMr.

' *. Wilson Green and chililrcn
: f't visited her parents. Mr and Mrll. }

t k J, K /Iltudee (if Lacrosse Thurii- \
'' ,
"atr'.A.1 day.Wo Irh
-A.."., are sorry to report that Junior y'
Dukes has In.en III for t the past
few days. Ww WI h him to be well ott

again Noon I

eJ..J : Mr and Mr Rumell: green/ and ,
children visited Mr and. Mrs Leo'
/. : .
"1 Green of JalnisHvllle Sunilay
I WI,. Clailte went td, WorI -

I thlngton Springs on business (<'1'1- te ? iv

| day
-""'" .
'' '
; '.!7.1I | Rev W N. l-awlion and family' Y\M
I vlsltnd, friends and rclatlvvs of

Gainesville Sunday

I I Doyle Hann, Studi-rit. of TTnl-
4J" vcr tty of f-lorldo. Galnesvlllo. ,

\ ,,t .....,... ."".'"'" I visited., his parents, Mr. and Mr
", "If'','" R. K/ H.izrn last weekend\ I
,. .. .. ....," _, ..... ... :.r ..,... ._.. _._...'.".."- .."''IoJ' I
'J .{ .. _; '
'' '.''.'''' A1MG .. ., .. :;, t::.. :fI'' '7" ; Mr. and, Mrs John ,
,, ,:r. ,-.'' .. .'! .:- ., .. >.,., : ,.:. -.!, '' ,. ... ,.... .,.,. I".f'" .j;;''''' .'t" ,1"?::. ..;-IOf: '. < 1- ::-' "" .).. .1!: .. .".""'t:.........L...fi k."f _..; :";; '( 'IoIiIoaIIO;; I Albert, of .
.'...i"_'' ":"<"._."."!.'...... "'."", .:!.. :4" "'- """"'" '' ,' __-- /; .J"' son. LaCrosse l and Mr ,'I ]tight now is alien I'coPQ110: make their living
j I nnd Mrs. II T Shnw and daughter I ''r.... the land must mal,,, up their minds to what

Evelyn of Ziff Section visits. I I' ,.r.(r.m ol f ferlili/in and pest control they are AO-
Fir and Mrs T H Mann
Sunday ,
ring I* adopt for crop now maturing( and those whichthey'll
Li.g Mrs. If P Oalney returned
plant in the months. to come

: "TEST DRIVE" ).. r- home the Wednesday after upending '' There's n.. one fertilizing,\ program 'for every districtor :
past' two weeks with her'laughters "
''I. ; ( :: Mm H B Rnu't-diion' every crop. 'o bug( differ with the season How

and Mr. M I 1)) Spooner of f'aho- I can you find out li.il's the best riling (Cur you-the plan

r" the'50 FORD k..* and Mrs A. F Raiilermm ol that will net ) ou the most when you come to !sell: ?

I OkeechobeeLee The bent' answer to that question it i your Wilson &

at Galney and I{. M Oalney 011| Torncr Representative lie lines l in jour district. Ho

\ your / I Jickfinvllla were here Sunday' I knots your soil, your crops, the bugs that bother you.
afternmin j Furthermore he', (ruined to know what to do about

jf; FORDDEALER'S Mr and Mrs. Zenas' Williams.. them .

Ki ''w is and children: of Dundee visited her i Call him when you need! his service: : *. Welcome! his
; wrM parent, Mr and Mr*. R W. Wat' I \isitt. In any one nf a number of ways he can show

em last weekend you how IUHAL Fertilizers and FA SCO Pesticidescan ,
RuiKfll" Green went to Jackson-1 I off in
pay you extra proBt.
ville on business WednesdayMr .
NOW! :- and Mrs Francis RUSH and !
I >< I
W&T Fertili/erM Fur 'oni"ol( inserts and

i'f your particular needs. "il'lea1, with' FASCO

Save Time Work, I IVsttciden:

and Money!
: t prays!

NOWFord's V.8-ttle type of engine found inAmerica's .r Pounds Of Your' I'KCANS: I KAI1SWeed

"costliest ears-ofTeff you its 1 100-horse-
9 STIt\\\'UfmUJoH: : Conlrol I
while it Laundry Done In
power cloaked In an amazing new quiet. It whispers

{works. And now,too,you ride In a quiet,sound-conditioned Only I

interior-so silent you can hear scarcely a WJtT PIWmCTS11.111.1'; : AT:

sound-even at sixty. And this 50-way Minute- It Is A. S. ROIIEKTS.) FIELD: ItEPm': N"\TI\"f' :

r new Ford brings you that wonderful Ford "'e.I"- Jllj in your' I 40 Iy Washed Clean Spotle-Ready M- I llox i'M( I !Phone 69! ;i.Red Ot-al.i.! Fl.i.I .

more com / ; I I ..
To Iron I I IEAI: K: I R S
with its low, levable'n:
"lifeguard" Body f'wre Carl Johns! Starke' C. A. \lcHwlaln.: 1.a\\le-
13-way stronger { Cents Is All It
35% easier-acting King-Size Brakes and ... with tie !' Al...0 (((',\' ..\ AND (JAINESVILLK&TOOMER: ,
[the many, many other advanced features which make: Costs! Try Our

Ford the one fine car in the low-price field.ANDREWS. Service I Soon !


126 Tauple Avenue uiia JACKSONVILIE. FLORIDA.Iy.

ison' & Adams Streets STARKE. FLA. Telephone 118 I .


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Club Linda Kay Sale Children's Comm. B.&P.W. Club WHY PAY MORE Use Ester- lect point you like bext t-a-, ;'
New Music I. I
brook Fountain Pens ($1.75)) Se ford County Telegraph TEKBBBB

) .' Formed FridayA Has Birthday PartyLinda Has Luncheon MeetThe Met Monday NightThe -.- !
1 group of music lovers met Kay Sale celebrated her Bradford County Children'' January meeting of the
Recreation 8th birthday on Thursday afternoon Committee held a luncheon meet- Starke Business & Professional
.. at the Methodist
# building last Friday, January 13, January 12, at the home of Ing on Monday January 16 at Woman's Club was held Monday WHO ? i,1
y to organize tho Starke MURI<,ale. Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. Hostess on Cresn>nt Court, home of Mr. and evening In St. Edward's Recreational -
this occasion was her mother, Mrs. Mrs. W. R. Morse Hall. President Pauline To- ; ,
Mrs. S. W. God 'vIn of Hawthorne -
Kmidenra June Caldwell Off lie President of the Suwannee Guy Sale.Outdoor. Harmon p Morgan, superintendent rode presided over the business
Ph. State Farm 43 Editor: Phone 20Woman's district of the Florida Fed- games were enjoyed by of Public Instruction,' meeting and several Items were These are the Farmers who purchased I
the I I discussed. A letter wan read from
eration of Music clubs, was pres- the many young guests during spoke on the school system and
----- - - - - -
# afternoon.The how the schools are trying to meet member Margaret Miller express- ;.
ent and explained the advantagesof Farmall Cub Tractors from
centered with the ing thanks for a potted plant sent us duringthe
table was the nerds of the children of the '"
Club I Glenda Gail Alvarez federating cake decorated with pink to her when she was hospitalized
I birthday county. He brought out the importance .'
Met Last WeekThe Has Birthday PartyGlenda -The following officers were and green with eight candles and of good health in the adjustment recently. last six months: j 1j
elected Mrs L A. Canova, President I
I :
saying "Happy Birthday Linda of the child and how the I The group decided at this meet- ,.
Starke Woman' Club held Gall Alvarez celebrated Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Vice Kay." Public: Health Department and ,ling to make n donation of $10 to GEORGE A. GASE 4'9t' !
Its regular monthly meeting Wednesday her 2nd birthday anniversary: President, Mrs. Jessie Young Col-, Favors for the afternoon were other agencies cooperate. Mr. Morgan [the Band Uniform Fund anJ i1
of last week at the club Tuesday with a party at her Secretary, 'and Mrs. Lemuel boxes of crackerjacks with, prizes pointed out the need of a Madge Whiting was appointed to 1
building: at 3:30: o'clock. home. Hostess on this occasionwas son, Treasurer. In each box. year ''round recreation programand replace Lillian Ray In charge of LUTHER GRIFFIS
I 1
Mr. W. R. Morse presided over her mother, Mrs. Ralph Al- Plans were made to meet at Mrs. Sale was assisted in serving discussed' the school attend-|collecting magazines, puzzles, etc. 1I I
the business meeting: A letter was varez. an early date that will be an- cake and punch by Mrs. J. B. ance problem. I I I to send to the State Hospital at LAWTON YOUNGBLOOD
Woman'sClub by nounced later and It Is hoped Sapp, Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr. anJ Chattahoochee.
read from the Palatka Outdoor games were enjoyed Interest shown by the members
Inviting club members to attend the young guests. that a large number will join at Mrs. Merrill Struth.Twentyfive waS evidenced by the questions I Dentn Dyal was appointed as WILLIE REDDISH
that time as charter members guests were
a meeting on Thursday. January Favors for the afternoon were young which were asked and! because of permanent treasurer for the remainder
: 19, at the Palatka club build- bubble gum and colored balloons. Mrs. Godwin and others from Invited to enjoy this affair with limited time it was agreed to con of the club year and Mil PERRY O. STARLING
Ins: to meet the incoming national Glenda Gall received many love- Gainesville will present a musical Linda Kay. tinue the discussion at the Feb dred Sapp was chosen to head a
1st Vice President Mrs. Hiram ly gifts. She was assisted In opening program. [ ruary meeting. !I I committee making arrangements I MARCUS CONNER
aroundan The group enjoyed a solo by for attendance at the District (ifIM
Houghton. them by her guests Mrs. R, M. Rlherd gave a report -
Mrs. L. A. Davis, chairman of outdoor table. Mrs. Godwin and a piano solo by :CAROLYN Jr. on) a recent meeting held in. Meeting on Feb. 19th in Mac- HENRY B. HINSON
conservation gave a report' on the Later ice cream and cup Shkes Mrs. L. A Canova. I Gainesville where plans' were being clenny, .
in music
interested are
plans tor Arbor Day, to ba carried were enjoyed. urged All to attend these meetings. formulated for 'a camp for,I A short social period was enjoyed HOP SOON S x.S
o-it in cooperation with thee Thou enjoying this ..ttalr"wlthGlenda I A new fad at BHS has really physically handicapped'children following the business session
c hools. Gall were Barbara Sue made a big hit with both the boys to be held next summer at Crystal and hostesses Thelma Dinkins and I GEORGE' BEAULIEU
Mrs.W, R. Morse told about the Barksdale, Madle Mann, Gibson W.M.U. Meeting and girls. It'* scarlet and gray: Lake. Further Information regarding Mildred Doyle served cokes and '
Bradford County exhibit at the Mann, Bryan King: Barbara Jean Held At ChurchThe caps and they sure are cute. this project will be given\ delicious cookies. L
f.-.tr on January 31 and asked for i Ward Jan Coggins Robbie Ward The seniors were all in a dither publicity when final plans are I I D. A. GRIFFIS

some assistance in carrying out I Day Sapp Sellta Thomas and Baptist W. M. U. held Its Tuesday afternoon trying to figure announced. NEW CONGREGATIONAL:
these plans. Catherine McLane. business and p-vigram meeting In who they ;were going to leave Committee members present to METHODIST CHURCH LEVIN GRIFFISJ.
Mrs. E. K. Perryman suggested: the church Tuesday afternoon at something to (last :will and test- hear Mr Morgan were Dr. A. Y.i I Services are held every second ii
that a meeting by held to organ Mrs. Beasley HostessTo 3 o'clock with 49 members and ament stuff) at the last minute, Covlnton, Mrs, H. H. Adams! Mrs. and fourth Sundays in the New R. KELLY
ize a music club. It was decidedto one visitor present, and they really have been busy W. E. Torode S. E. Spark Mrs.R Congrgatlonal Methodist. Church
meet on January 13, at 10 o'- U.D.C. BoardMrs. Mrs. W. J. Dodd gave the devotional trying to get the annual material A. Green, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman located three miles north of DOLPH GRIFFIS

clock in the Methodist church. from Phllllplans, Acts and ready. Sheriff P D. Reddish Mrs. W. R. Starke on Jacksonville highwayRev
O. L. Beasley entertainedthe caused bit of Morse, Mrs. R M. Rlherd. Jack';I
During the social hour Mrs. L Corinthians. Exams quite a O. L. UNDERHILLWHY
J. D.
executive board of the 'u. D. Williams, Pastor.
A Canova Introduced Miss Mar- I Mrs. E. C. Mann, program chair- suffering last week and all are Trawlck and Mrs Edward Burns. I II i\\
garet RoBe Duncan who played C. with a luncheon meeting at her man for the Doris Knight Circle still hoping for the best, but ex- I I :'
18 at I
"Butterfly." home Wednesday, January had charge of the program. Her pecting the worst! Ladies Auxiliary

Hostesses for the afternoon were 10:30: o'clock. subject ,was "Sharing withDthers. I There Is a new girl In the junIor I I II HEAVY 1 ?
Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. 'J. W. During the meeting the budgetfor ." Patsy Benton sang class. Her name is Louise I The Ladles Auxiliary of the I II KULLDOZERS :1'J
Andrews, Mrs. W H. Nollman, the new year was set up and Trusted Tried and Proved." Rev Humphries and she's from Hagers- I Presbyterian Church will hold Its FOR CLEARING

Mrs. W, B. Sewell, Mrs. L. F. plans were made for the district L. D. Haines closed the program town, N. J. Also Wanda Agnes, a I regular monthly meeting at the AND GRADINGD7 ; J
Dlnklns, Mrs. Herbert Deal, Mrs. I meeting to be held here on February with prayer. sophomore, f ho was here last I home of Mrs. C. F. Ward next I AND T-40 Because the Farmall costs less than I
21.I .
George Kopelousos and Mrs. Ed Mrs. S. E. Sparks, president year, Is back in Starke: after being Tuesday evening, January 21, at a !
I The home was decorated with presided over the business meet- In Georgia for quite awhile. She's ,7:30 o'clock. All members are CARL IIARTON ,
Simpson. arrangements of yellow flowers Ing. Minutes were read by Mrs.: an old flame of Harry Green's so I urged to attend. !Road 100-2 mi. S. Starke ,larger tractor. It is more economical 1i 1

I,with fern. W. L.. Andrews. Treasury reportwas you girls who are stuck on Harry i
Beta Sigma PhiThe A delicious luncheon was servedat given by Mrs. V. V. Hazen. better watch your step. I your summer togs/: out cause the I to operate, and will do the same workon .,

12 o'clock. 'I Various other reports were given.A Mrs. Spencer Crews, formerly weatherman is just pulling a ,
Gamma Theta Chapter of Members present were committee for seeing about Helen Whittled, says she'd sure prank with all these warm sunny the average farm that a larger tractor -
tIe: Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will Z, Adkins, Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. plants and shrubbery for the like to hear from some of her days. Take it from, Carolyn! .
hold its regular bimonthly meetIng U O. Powell Mrs. W. J. Chandler, church grounds was appointed. It Starke friends. She's in Palatkanow All you kiddies don't forget to HOWARD'SD will do. All of the above purchasersare
Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. J R. Wainwright consisted of Mrs. L.. G. Powell,
Monday, January 23, at the and Peggy Caldwell ;.will be go see Smiley Burnett this after-
Mrs. E. L. Matthews Mrs. Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mrs. B. T.
home of Mrs. Merry Beth Smithat tickled pink to give you her ad- noon cause you can get your pic- well pleased with their new Cubs.
Davis, Thomas.
r. M. Brownlee, Mrs. L. A. dress. ture taken with
8 p.m. All members are requsted Mrs. E. K. Perryman,, Mrs. W G. The meeting was closed with him free of charge R
Why was Manez Dodd searchingthe (and that's one thing we Stark- Talk
them and
to be Mrs. Bertha Pearce. see.
present. Halle and Mrs J. R. Kite. I prayer by
school for a certain junior )Ites like). Bet your buttons I'm
girl last week? Seems Geraldine, gonna be there pascalrt -

I S. and Ovid B. have broken up.I I Say, do you folks know why they LET US SHOW YOU WHAT THE (

Heard something about Edward I call Hadacal Hadacal Well.

Parker and Jean Summerlin doing ,they had-a-call it something, didn't CUB WILL DO ON YOUR FARM!
F.H.A. Title. I LOANSAVAILABLE the same thing. they? ,
Margie Wall and Joe Lamb are I
exactly the opposite or had you Guess John Anderson ,will quit We will be glad to give a demonstration If
noticed? Dan and Suzie a re,com- humming those new tune now Call ar in* fur reliable drug/
FOR EVERYONE ing along fine, too. and go back to the old.tunes like
and health upcits at worthwhile upon
In case you've been wondering "I Been WorklJ1' on The Ral'road.! "
why Marcia K. spends so much Of course, I wouldn't mind thV' na\ingt. W'.. pride oura-Urw on

I there's time In a the picture library of Potllcke It'. because Mc- paper myself along If I could maybe take I ,could my' pen cover and he. M-rnpuloiis eaiai which Farm Home & Aut

CONVENIENT CONFIDENTIAL NO DELAY I|Rae up there. more tenltoiy. goes Into every single prescription ,
I Helen Haines was sweet sixteen I gtien home I,,,' where the heartIs I
'Monday and sure Is proud of it. as I spotted Mary and Robert we fill. 1 \
Congratulations, Helen I tIn Lappe back In town again. When, SupplyPhone
Your Property Does Not Have To Be Completely Paid case you haven't noticed. you get right down to It Starke PHONE 79!

I Hazel Fields, Betty Ann Powell Isn't so bad after all. Is It? Temple Avenue Starkr, Flu. .

For To Get This Loan and Betty Ann Flynn have those So long:, ] 26 Starke. Fla.
certain diamond rings. Vivian Me- Carolyn Jr
I Rae and At Harley have
just about
decided --- -
on the date. --

Monthly Payments Only $3.20 Per theatre Hope everyone Tuesday.went The show to the was Park to

benefit the B. H. S. Band.
Call Street has been looking BthairAeia--

rather haggard and forlorn the

$100.00 For 36 Months be last worth few days our suffering but maybe when it will we -

... I get over hlgh-falutin'\ pavement In.
I know some of the Stsrkltes will
be mighty glad too, to see main caift
street In swing again regardlessof beat
r dropping their pennies in our .
little parking meters.

I Say, folks don't be putting up ,I I

Phone 45-W, Starke or clip out this ,coupon and mail it .. your long underwear. and pulling I

today to Starke Builders Supplies Starke, Florida. Our /vaEjOJT7J4fJ

representative will be glad to call on you. No obligation. ..J! B.' tlIt I ,

Check item or items on list below-and mail: today. ( TARKE $1831 \ -, )

Sun., Mon., Tu_, Jan. 33-21: :

Name _* J -, ..- j_ .. ...-..-- "Bud ABBOTT and Streamliner ,-i.
S-Pascnger Sh-Cylindct ;

Lou COSTELLOMeet Sedan Coupe .

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*nd It's the maddest spreeof ,
ghoulish glee since\ they met

o PAINT JOBS O GARAGES Frankenstein!

\ NEW BATH ROOMS NEW PORCHES Urn A Thum. Jan. 25 & 28 _


,I bullets Mxx-kliift an, the Impact of a, :

Have your contractor plumber, or electrician install or you may install TRAPPED

yourself. Lloyd Bridge, Barbara Payton. .paper/e.'a Letreaprfe

- John Itoyt Law..t-r'e..c .-" s,-..., ....,

AMITuxedo The JLerittt /.,,: trio.C1I U."....
you can pay'for tin llexti ,ll./
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Junction 7'Ar'III... r........_ .N.,... ._ ,ad.

Starke Builders Let* nan with the idea that you want to drive the rrr, 8u* t*, your Q.'e./ 8' .. .., .
:PLUS!! PATIIE NEWS money will buy. Who doesn't You want to be Men in a big beauti "....", .,... a_ B.e-
ful outstanding automobile. You ... ." ., \
want to enjoy the thrill of silkenperformance. .. .
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amooth ,... f'OH'
You know
want to for sure that the car: you're -II .....
Fri. Sat.. Jan 27 28 driving will miles and miles and mils of carefree service. 0. .. sus
I INI'BLE 'r.-\Tt'RB wtent ai' /g. ... --
What you is a Pontiac! S t-;:...8 4 afty ,
Ride, Ryder, Ride Prove !It for younelf-come I in and "I'U show you that dollar lot .

Supplies With ,Jhn Bannon dollar you can't beat a Pontiac. Bumper to bumper l inside and out,
AND MM thing is epptient oe for rifer yes m.r. for JOT momtj than a a1141. ... 'a'M -. .." Iho .pa..f ... .tra
new Pontiac I Come ia soon! tr+ / I. tame. :Jc--- .
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Judy Cautovs Bob Crosby Orch. /N N ,:,.4/tr..tYtt,

A Song Out of Ilapplaea
'If' It'a Building Supplies We Have It!I"


Cartoo,Nap IS "Oft'cTI'aIl" Temple Ave. & Pratt Sts. Starke, Fla.
Telephone :1
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JANUARY SO, 1950 ._
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Matrons Rites For Mrs. Powell i i Infant MosleyNeta P Order 770S. .f Pakllfatlon and MM Ire teAppmr. I
Week I tirade Mill Wlllliiinn. whose rimlilonce .- DANCING SCHOOL
Held Last Mosley. 0-month-old daugh-
Circle MeetsThe 'IH mi HoKxIli Avvnuu. Pin-tu 1
''ter" of Mr. and Mrs. George Mo n."h.. VII 11'11'111'

< 4- Young Matron's Circle of Funeral rervlces were' held Tuesday ley of Starke. died Wednesday in February You are 30 regnlred, mnn,. In to Ihe appear, above on JANUARY 30th. -

the Presbyterian Church met at afternoon Jan. 10 in the I Shadycrest Hospital after a brief I named. Court and caune. ., wherein
W. T. Jackson Starke Methodist Church for Mrs I Illness, born In plaintiff. ei*.ka. divorce, Bradford
the home of Mrs. The child was County Telegraph' shall. publlnhIhlr
IN THE NEWS/ on West Madison Street Thursday Laura Ida Powell 90. who dice Stark on Aug. 3, 1949. ( Order In. next 4 weekly ,lnHtien.. 1-HOUR CLASSES
evening; January 12 at 7:30 at her home on January 8 following I Besides her parents she Is survived -I '\.1110.Stnrke,mv Klorl.la hand ,and thla ofll..lnl..1al January INCLUDES TAI j

o'clock. There were "evente..nmembers a brief \illness. three brothers Clifton in, 1951).
Jid Mrs. Randolph Bone I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Funderburkand present.Mrs. Mrs. Powell was born in Denver I Robert Q, and Larry E., and one (OFFICIAL An PEAL Clerk' ) of A..I.said. Thomas Court., BALLETACROBATICBALI.RO011;
of Jack- of Brooksvllle were had charge 21 1859. As a fly )far.' (Pror-hy eputv. Clerk l
Ater Iris Lynn daughter R. O. Paterson N. C. on Oct. sister. Edith all of Starke. .
.l1n J. HvmlrrmMi KKI 4DJ1 (: .1.
I |
(pent Sunday here visiting recent gunsts of Mr. and Mrs. L. of the program and made a very chili she became a member of the Funeral services were held at ...nh.1v..., kvHhore.. Jacksonville 1 )
be I Alaska followed Church. KlnrllUAtty CLASSES
Mrs. Randolph wUl J. Funderburk. interesting talk on ; Bethel Methodist : Lake
j in Kingsley
the graveside /: for I'lf 1.20 tl 2.10
ed as the former Miss Mrs. Fred Guy and daughter bv sentence prayer by the She was married to Robert S. Cemetery Thursday afternoon at TAUGHT SEPARATELY ,Y

lae Bennett of Starke. Jane and A. Z. Adkins Jr. of group. Mrs. Guy Andrews" read a Powell son of Dr. A. M. Powell, 3 o'clock with Rev. L. G. Hemingway In Clrrnlt Iu Conrt.Cbnnrerr Bra., '... County.Klnrldai .

,1 Mrs. J. R. Chasteen' Jr.Jere Gainesville were guests of Judge poem called "In Christ. In 1877. They came to Florida in officiating. Arrangements Cnnvtance. A. Anton, Dalnllff. va.tl.ulfrvy .

Sunday from Atlanta and Mrs A. Z. Adkln* last week- During the business meeting old 188-1, settling at Providence. Several were In charge of DeWitt C. Jones. Tll'17.; Antun linfemlunt. Cum No. Registration in USO Lobby

by will\ make their homeland end. and new business was discussed years later they moved to Order of Pablli-allou. and Metlc t. Mon. Jan. 23 Jan.27
.. Through Friday
was named \.n-nr.. XTtTM OV t""III" t ltf.idfrrv ,
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Mr. and Mrs G. A. Anderson Mrs. Robert Chapman Starke and made this their home .!. FOR III lit |t Anton, whi.n<* rrstdence i andaililrvHii
had as Ma guest and Mrs. F.llery Davis npent last chairman of the flower committee I until the time of their deaths. I'I'1." .. will l>.. received, by .IM tinknown: I From 1:00: to .f 1:00: P.M. Each AfternoonA
IcGrtff Paterson was ll of the City of s'oo .re rM.iui.ed to appear onHVb
Edenfleld In Gainesville visiting Mrs. and Mrs. R. Q. Powell is survived" by six ? .
end James H. Riimlny Mrs. i Olitrk at the Oily Office. In t-liirk. 2011 1950 In the above named
Uderdale. PAuline Stone!;: in the Alachua named progranchairman.. daughters.-Mra. T. Q. Carter. l Klorlittt, until ft.00 I'M! H.8 T., onTuoiuluv Court. and cause wherein plaintiff TrP-ScltiMil! rioM will IMconnirpil. If !Siiflli-li-nl Interest. ,ipShutt ,
'I next meetingwill 7tt day ul. February, eke divorce Itradford County
the the
for ,
Muir and daughter County Hospital. Hostess II vidence;; Mrs. P. O. 19&0. .lit whlth. time and place nil Telegraph nlmll.. publish. this OrderIn ...
,nma N. M.Ira. Knti' hushes. and fruit tree. at \ be Miss Evelyn Stump. | Starke and Newton N. C.; ro-l I lililM rvvelvml. will be publlfly open.ed next* four weekly lessee. I'
\vne *
(C. of Loidsburg the social hour delicious I Ii and read aloud on the tullotrlnSstipOhee n m hand and official aeal
During L. E. Miner, New Smyrna ; I: al. Stnrke, Florida. thla JanuaryI1
1 .. ( drlirered
W D. Faxon last! refreshments were served by I : *Keattl, KaMullHr l.lKal I isnnOFFICIAtj, Pitt'lilt' I/eanon In dance will\ li.. the Mjvlrm nerd a.. In .rtiliiiu
enroute to their home Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch of I i[hostess asnitej. by Mrs th"1 Mrs. J. H. Fields Starke and; Mrs.Mrs. Vtalrr
...at.... lily Plorldni l.abrtv .I ( "1"- \T.> A. J.. Thoman, 1 hif| .achmiU.. .
Ford. Cocoa nf said
Harold : ( Court
dinK several weeks in Jacksonville spent Sunday here and Mrs. E. F. Caine.. I .tlMK olli rrtalllnic at hire prmart. rv IlevenAirmhv.
Jackson Robert E. Tanner Baldwin;; two The mild' City reeervee thei 204.05nlurisnty -AI.UEHTIUCHtJlnS
I Cuba. visiting Mrs.: Carrie Ritch and Mr. I or, (him K. llemi. t.Ifelin
reject any
I sons Charlie J. Powell Starke,.I I riaht tu uoffpt or ) old. Ing, !....k...."v II". Florida
nd Dogwood tree at end Mrs. H. C. Brown. all bids Atty for 1'If. 1,20 t 41 2-10
Roy Ward Host and George R. Powell Newton,, City: of Stark. Florida;
.S. tbor. i I Mrs N. T. Ritch Jr. is spending N. C. Blair Powell, eldest son, I I 1I13 Hy Curl Johns, city Clerk .

.. Jeff Blackwell of ; several days wlfh her mother Roy M. Ward was host to the died in 1910. She Is also survived I PILL -Foil III It* I

|jle were guests of Bill Mr. Flnyd< Green after a several Board of Directors of the Starke 11 grandchildren and six grea H.'nli-il, bide for 4-lncli concrete
Friday evening. I:days stAY in St. Vincent's Hospital Rotary Club at a steak supper last :' grandchildren. ...M.*Wllk tlnenl, H' fultw.lshat feet !ft ffrttlrte. SHOP DENMARK'S FOR BARGAINS THIS WEEK

Bunch had as'her In Jacksonville.Mr. Friday night in his office ntShadvcrest loratrd. nn Baal: aide. of Water t.fnvm .
rbara Can
Pallbearers were: active toner ot tail Ktto
rsday night Miss' Peggy! I and Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent HOI.pltaThe\ Rotary Colly Ellis Thornton Morgar Join nantb.eal xltlmnlk la front vt '%lr>.
Tuesday In Jacksonville visiting colors of blue and gold were carried II. .M. Krrnandret ST llnral feel. Hfrri SAMSONCARD
f the State Farm They
t> Darby R. A. Green VV. A. Bcssent! ....I.. loratrd. on Malnnt .St.adlavrnt .
huraday afternoon and friends and relatives. out In the table settings and F. L. Durshimer Guy Andrew.. .. to property or 1.. I.. Hlmpn -

n Gainesville inspecting I I Mr. and Mrs C. T. Wade and In the centerpiece of yellow roses,, Carl Johns: honorary. E. K. Perry-' .Council.> Mill lit li the<* rovrlM'd Oily office.by In the Hturk"Klorlila City, -,

cal I Department of the I I their "nnn-in-law and daughter Mr. flanked by yellow tapers man, Dr. W. E. Mlddleton, E. S. until' &'tU) I'M hlHT,, on xn TABLES
O. S. Newcomb president of the Tu ;Hiluy. Vvhrnary, 7, IUSO, at which ;
of Florida and listening and Mrs. Freeman Register Jr. Matthews E. L. Matthews. A. J. rxuelvril ;x
icon mil place all
businessoesslon I
dtor Band play. I I were en Ted to Helena, Ga. last club presided over the Thomas C. A. Knight, T. J. Griffin will lio publicly. opened and rvailTh 4 1) N.tTItINAiJ.YIt

(Faxon of Florida South- week by .the death of Mr. Wade's which followed the supper annual F. A. Scott, Olin White Lo I .1".1... slit City reserves the right .U\'I.nTIilEIJ: !

ge spent last weekend motlie, Mrs. C. L. Wads 85. Plans were made for< an renzo Green F. F. Stump, L. A. In wnlve' any liifuriimlltleii. 111 or

ling his mother. Mrs. W. Funeral services were held In the citizenship award for the man who and Davis and C. A. Futch. tu vrjvrt tiny or of all 8tarke bldM.City rMorldu3lS.1 5.95

First Baptist Church there. on womAn In Bradford County mottoof I Rev. J. R. Hill officiated at the ( ; Hy Carl Jolinn. city Clerk I 'l"''"' F

eggy/: Tllley and Mrs. J. Tuesday Jan 10, at 3 p.m. best"Service exemplified Above the Self.Rotary" Complete I funeral services, and burial war In Clri-nlt (.....t. Bradford County.Florid y' 1 KIMIIIIIKilgcM| | Kiuy Tu
spent Sunday evening Clean Kxlra: Mclal Itea.-
One morn Rig Reek ALVAREZ'Anniversary *I !. 1'henrery.rdlth ear
nvllle visiting friends. details*of the award will be 1: announced ,In Crosby Lake Cemetery under : .. M. i.enthwalt. Plaintiff. v..
for Kxrtn. Sii AlwMetal >
Sale. |>|x>r -
at a later date. I the direction of DeWitt C. Jones. ('lift,' N. -wthwalle I 1)tvtidant. r
of Tallahasseet
Tnlnwrtgbt .
| Mrs. Ida George left last week- CIIHH N. 77UII It-gH/ Stronjt! K-:
weekend here visiting Directors attending the meeting/:,, Out of town friends and relative! Order of Publication and Notice toAppear.
end for Orlando where. she will Ward and Mr. I HTATH. cn" KI.OIIIIIV tel no4 i Hough f...rI..n: tu Slant" )
':and friends! in addition to Mr. attending the funeral werer Mr Clifton N. wthwnlte, whono. rue i
be the guest of. her son and On!
an Carpenter of Gaines- Newcomb were: T. K. McClanx,, and Mrs. Tate Powell and Mrs. lilvncv IH Null Tyler Htreet. Purl a
daughtpr-in-law, Mr. And Mrs Townsend, \VnHhlnictont.
t last weekend here vislt- Jr.,'Guv Andrews W. H. Graham
I You ore ritqulrvil 10 appear onKK '
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl George for a month. C. H. Nnsworthy E. L. Matthews.Al Lonnie Jones' Macclenny: Bryant ..10.| 20th. 1950. In the above named. Beautiful Bedroom Suit BOUDOIR
,nith. Mrs J. E. Wilson and Mrs. J. K. :Carlisle and T. H. Slade. Hodges, Mrs. Effie Cordrsy Minuet ,i'Court: and ..u.., wherein. plalnllflMfeka 3pC.
divorce, care, custody A coni -
at ALVAREZ' Annlver- M. Brownlee spent last weekend Helen and Sophia Rheinoehl, Mrs. i trol of minor child. llradfordCnunty LAMPS

End Jan. 23. visiting relatives in Daytona Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and) Elsa] Lyles Mr. and Mrs Chester'I I Order, In Telomaph next: four Nhall weekly' publish lanuee.tht $189.50 Value S'A L K yr/ev

Mrs. J. H. Moseley\ of Beach. daughter spent last Saturday in Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Halght Witness my hand and orririalniul 139.50 r
nl Hlnike, "Florida, thin January PJUCB
Tenn. are spending ak's Mr. and Mrs. G. Stanley Cox 'Jacksonville., nil of Jacksonville; Charles. H. 'IN, IUO.10fo'FICIAL YOU SAVE: Sao ,
visit with their spn1 have as their guest Mrs. Cox's 'I N. T. Ritch Jr. of Miami spent .MBA. I.) A. sld hurl
Va.$; Mr. and A. Cli-rk nf :
1 daughter Mr. and :Mrs.ams sister. Mrs. G. Wilson of West 'Inst weekend here" visiting Mrs.! ,' Fields, Hampton My listen Crosby i.. C.

Orange N. J. N. T. Ritch. Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Robt. E. Tanner Jr., Mrs., Joseph. K. HkitHior, 221 Iraham :i
ItoIIdlrg I Jacksonville, Pl.irl.1n.
A. Pope and >ons, Ben Mrs. Effie Johns had as her T J. Grltfln. G. M- Tanner Mrs. C. F. Brown Ally fur ).It. 1-20 41 2.10 USE YOUR CREDIT/

will\ leave Saturday fore guest Tuesday Mrs. Nelson Ritchof Miss Betty Anne Flynn left Mrs. Carlton Barrlneau. Mra. Van la ('/ ".II ("..-.t. H...,... Coed ,.* standardVelKht .4
in Norfolk. Va. after Jacksonville., Friday for Macon where she will Mrs. Harrell Bennett,. Florlrial. t'baafery..Inhn Beautiful '
veeks with Mrs. Elizabeth Raley .' W. lluriloii 1'liilnllff. v.., 1':1..1..l lIt
Pope'kI'Judge of of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs JOB. Raberk be the guest
Mrs. J. L. Hamilton, Mrs L. C. .Harden' I"'f..n..ol.. taMe Nil. 7 and Mrs. A. Z. Orlando were attending to. business Redd\ for a week order of PMhlli-allitn and. Notice to 9x12 LINOLEUMS-
here this week. Mrs. Maud Strickland of Oxford, Oliver, and Mrs. L. E. Roberts, A..pare. .. T\TH of .. ...Utl" t..iKlHie .
R.I : It.. Iiardrn.. whose .retlil...n)e .IN
F. Flume and Mrs. Camellia and Azaleas at SI.+ Fla. Is visiting Mrs. J. C. Manning, !Baldwin; and Mrs. Effle Miner, unknown:
spent Tuesday after- I TRIINK'S. Mrs. John Cnrlstlannon Mrs. Len You are raqiilr tn appear on
ALSO 3.5
February 20. 19&0. In the Shove
fa Ineivllln.JIOOR Friends will be glad to know and Colson and Mrs W. H. Hal.t.She .. armed Court and caumt, wherein 4 9.95

that Mrs L. D. Vining la at home spent. Tuesday In Jacksonville Woman'"At County filaintlff Telegraph....k.. divorce shall ,puhllnli Tlrnilford title I ", SMALLER: : IVr Sot of Two
again after being in the Shady-f visiting her sister Mrs. Mark Order: In next four wvvkly: UKUXHVVItnvKK SIZES You would rvpivt to |Mtymuch

'GIVES, erect" Hospital several days for Moody and brother, Calles Mann Florida Sunday Hmrke. .,my Klurldit hand ,and thin official.JunuiiryIH. rrnnt \ r e e ttiiire for such hentpe.

observation. 1000.,
I FAST Mr. and .Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of ing.Mr.. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Mr i "That Forsythe Woman" eagerly (OFFICIAL Aa SKI Clerk A I.) of A. acid J Thomas. (Court.

Wilmington Del., spent several and Mrs. Jack Trawick Mr. and ,awaited version of Book One ol Bv Ifnven Crn.".... n. fJoH .
RELIEF ,dny in Starke this week while Mrs. Robert Metzger, Mr. and Mrs, John Galsworthy's "Forsythe SaI old..|,leg.h"" K. Jack 8klppi. aonvlhe., 311 (Klnrldn OrnhnmT Denmark Co.

ETS* when COLD i.fr Iowlt waa In. Florida; on.business. G. S. Newromb. and the Rev. nnJ ga", brings to the screen the utorj Ally fur Plf. 1-20 4t 8-l..19I. ()

MISERIES STRIKE Mrs. B. E. Simmons attended the I of Irene, a woman wooed and won .. Circuit (.....(. llradfonl Cawntr.Ktorldnl PHONE 151 ST AliKE, FLA.
r annual Scouters Banquet of the ,by three men. In ( .....*...".
Florida Council in Jacksonville P U. William.., 1-lHlntirr.. V*. OincUMlllH .
North I The powerfully romantic story William, Defendant, Caae No.

Branch ofINSURANCE Monrtnv night.ALVAIEZ' life the screen of the - .. ... -
to on
comes ...
fry I - l'mt dIh .
big I Ajtnlverinry Florida Theatre this Sunday with tlilit at! 1IIt _ .....,. II.-i- _ ... .,

Sale oxUtuIcd through Jan. 2tt. Oreer Carson, Walter -
I j Errol Flynn.
Mrs. Jim Ritch and son' Franklin Robert Young and
.- and Mrs';' Ewell Lawson slid !Janet Leigh In leading rolell.I .
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son Jimmy spent last Friday In I Some at the finest acting nf the Reductions !
I is engendered in the portraits Big
VV O. Ergram spent several veer

I. C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE fflg dnys thin week In Montgomery figures: of Miss Galv/orthy's Carson is memorable strikingly

and Analustila Ala. on business
in the elegant fashions of
PHONE 146 and visiting relatives. ,
Victorian England and given. an inspired
Mrs: S. W.: Godwin of Hawthornewin
:" Conslanl Service Over 50 Years the guest of Mrs E. K Perry- portrayal of a woman Television. Sets REDUCED TO
i man last Friday. frustrated. by an unhappy'mar. .F'on\II'HLY: :

Guests of Mrs. F H. Long lust rlage.I

weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Richard I Errol Flynn's role ss the cold

Thedn and son of Jacksonville and demanding husband will mir- 349.50
ASSIFIEDBtwinv and Bill Long of Gainesville. )rise those of his fans who 111'0- Combination Set 389.95

I Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hazen of elate him only with dure-devil!

Jacksonville! visited Mr. and Mrs.A. characters.: Walter Pldgron offers.

sewing Mitchlnei MPEcJALFOIL. KALE.. HT OHIO' E. McKinney last weekend. ,I n.t warm portrait of the engaging
in l.KV DAVIS: a J> Walt table Table Model 199.95" 179.95
A Term are j and Robert
rtlon only through SingelM.rhlne sawn Ilk. new. real barcalna. I Everette McKlnney left Monday' "black sheep" Forsythe
Co., 4fl' N.PhontTlte Ma.r- ear 1 &0 pump ln. bandMaw, e HI, t6O 1100.I I tln.electric va-.:,, Tor Daytona Beach where he williccept Young Is exellent as the Impetuously
I.. U Ike City F.a. machine with motor romantic Philip.
fir vl.lt our .wilt. visa Our I I funch 'IlKht' plant 1150 employment.
A Service rara ) l all .I from 111-60 1100'1 299.95 269.95
omC upon requeet.. tf Cedar(wood ehesta tir Mee'::10..I..w: Upright 12" Model

lahlne 17 em'.h. II IIP gas
.1_ Kara. ....1.1..1 tar>. I hones A lot. I X'wheel trailer .
A equipment. LArge ...|...- 1 truck 1 p..w..r lawn mower
'W prli'f. Quirk aervtn. I Hxctrlo lawn mower fit. 1 showcase 111 :1 c.i :1 Reduced To ONLY THE iJ5 REFRIGERATOR
III. M.l-Kar (....1 live. Ila, $35./ 1 elvrtrlir dough mixer .
..... S$t Ititllouah H l. tl 1'15. 1 ftouirbnut deep fryer 1100I .
piano 1100. Munir other bar-tf' 6 Ft. Standard: 95 STAYS SILENT LASTS LONGER

gainer! turday.. January 21 Tues.: & Wed., Jan. 21 & 25 Servel! Refrigerator 249.95. ,

FOR SALE All 8..010f Mekro" _IIt rUIlp.1J1 All IM" ....1.. DOUBLE FEATURE DOUBLE FEATURE:
'( B46 CHEVROLET R..Nwal l* ranrcvw KMera4'H .._..1
V'- TON PICK-UP t.vrt "" 11I..1_.. ",...... ,P. ....., 7 Ft. Deluxe t, __
\i 95 .
TRUCK. V Serve I 349.50 289 -
\ Refrigerator .
KE BEDDING CO. I -1 t t1 l\ ,

Phone 51.Wy NOW I .

& 'Washington 8ts.NT Highest Cash Prices Paid ..+. I 299.95

i Clean deelrabl.. eh. >...1 WILL BUY IN BULK ; 1 AND Servel Refrigerator 379.95 '

rnleheil. A I.(.alas o cottage.unfurnlahedllentw C'vlontal>I :I OR IN UNIT i iI _$_ ft1IAJI TRACY-JDI SAWYER\ : t.9 t-

01 W. Uadtion. I.fJ.E ,.;,.
Ft. Deluxe .

acre: 40-aere fenced farm Balance.4al. > utll In John W. TurnerP. I :.2 l Servel Refrigerator 407.50 329.95 a :.f R,
rlld .li4 .
and cypreaa. timber iroom"ann" 0.. Box' 463 M,t lift S! > Jen mm / itstllf 1 m .en.

> .. oulnnuaea.maple ';h flood*. Plenty water I Gainesville, Fla. With IU.y It?grn. .. Trigger Met tUttU fact MTU*' Or* 11111141// 1

for home UK*. Mr J. I> I AND 4 Thin Refrigerator Is the longes!'life Refrigcralnr; until( allY.I ,
her Rt. I, Hot 8S-A IiIlark..1III' 1-SO Send me a post card and I Thrrs. & Fri. Jan. 26 & 27DOt'lIU I

p. t __... .,..1- afcett will come syou: : ? FEATURE ichere. It carries; a 10-year guarantee .. .'!ring; Thermmtal

laa;. drive. way. ....t...

leWlil NI.. Klnrke., rare Bweet )fp Shop|J4, nARCAICe.ORT..I.t HA OIO-Pll/VIi 1.:.d. 1'MRf/8..ea.lr.dlCHARLEN .IICPHN.RADIO! '4f/" f110RGAN DAYS A CARSON /turner, and Freezing Unit. Slays silent Never noisy.

Intereatln and remuner C MIlt'I'Ili'.14D
... MadinonKOI alt.! Starka WliR.
f"lI or purl time .rk. Call Court I \ 1\'
rk (.h..'... Hlarke. Fla. It Ih d. .. 1
: KKVT: |j.r"* xomfortable NaM
_: Furn. or nnfurn.. I-rm. .flrm furn. ."t. To Inspect apply O1p. y1lM With every Range purchased at our store ,
withed 101 W :Madison. fur key. IfAUTKUATION4 I
modern convenlem-eir ..
?".acres Inrl. Garden In town.planted.About He.175 : Dt2ESNMAKIN/h' I FREE: : : during January one of the following -'
Urn. Ornver ,
Mark ,
S04 H Walnut
(llrKflu. Pratt tit. Itp Moore. lip IZOfurn Bruce Cabot, .lariolTlle Churchill gifts .

<1HEI APARTMENT for rn..m- And "Kahblt Puncli" (' rto..n
4111 W. rnll H1 1>p AP'T"-Ff bath: *a -rn.nrd -porrh. Roomy k I PAIN Latent N-w. "' ANO I Mix Master Liquidizer Coffee .''I(1ker' Toaster Pop Corn PopperGift

LN: ti ton 1>4. Chevrolet I omfortabl lea clove Mt bent. V.,I I 14 "WUJ BUI Illekok" -

Ire truck" A lint. fla
lto.enb0r. Btarke. It I Sun. & Mon. Jan 22 & 23 .
FOR SALE Mnd A tnrtop In vnorfrnnnlnc $1935 to $3230.SLADE.
n Wanted .. iial...lady In condition. 118. Btark
.dry VO...|. etore. Illirh achAoli T.h l.pbon Co._. It
i .. Write boaStark.
Bzperlencfd... FOR RENT/ : "Bnuirenlr.1. a -room
hoop* (unrurnl hi>d> A'leU
take Job of raring for 4 Powder. Ilox." a '-rrtom bunvo| T. GAS COo
Both eloae In. J.
week. INC.
*n for (t "ah per tf
"'1111. Brou< Dew Drop Inn. ,
near .
Up FOR RENT! i-rm. bath ..
arllltle !< -
Hot water
tut.rlnir In Oreirv Rbnrtkv 4ntlr redecoratedCloae In. fl.f. .
lip Starke Fla.
an .oiMrlenee4. |.*.h.r. Demoreet. East Call Street ,

{ Albert* rtir.. a. Fla.M Ka,. R. H- Box Itp "ta..... Dry .......... a Lasedry Plus Latent New TlM Sound
Mtablleh4Hl a pickup pointat I
MALPI: count entle email baa ..._..'. G.rt .N..pllave Man" Short Subject.
mul 1, K. Prevatt. HamwIPlorlda. vnnr Inonilrr A dry elvanlne service. ,
lip at DAIIMER'S for prompt

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| ...I Appmr. I MTATM OF FLORID* for l .. Circuit Court Bradford C..atr,,' Order In next four weekly BMUWltneii A. ::1\\. ,' F.
to farm with a mule and upon Klorlrial. !. G............ my' hand and official Woodrow Gardner whose r..ld..nc.and day, January 80th. 1960 ". *
Plaintiff I vs. neal at Htarke, Florida, thin JanuarytbkKICIAX I address Is PM.B. 8I1a82, Atlanta, following described autn; ,
learned that Jean Emmlra Anderson '
FARMER'S studying the problem HAMPTON James <*hrlstopher. Bowlen' Anger.Non 6 1960. Ueora-la' : lIMO ...."... Ne0n'.
enough to pay the hired man. We Defendant. Can No. 767(. have facts and figures relative order ..l f. llra.l.. and 1..tlr. tAppear. of February. 13th, 1150 In the above the Bradford County Teei,,,t. .
some By Mrs. M. C. IIIweJ! : HTATH OK FLORIDA toi Hy Haven Crosby, r>. C. named Court and cause, wherein two consecutive weeks Ri.qj.!:
DIARYBy to farming with a tractor\ but James Christopher. Pwwlea. Anrter- Charles. R. liana, Z04-OB Guaranty plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford on Friday. January 13th r" ,"1, '
whose. realdenc and addrtiaIs Mf Hullillnit, Jacksonville. Florida County Telegraph shall publish this ending on Friday Ian| ,,, '
have not yet produced any crops son. All*, for Fit. I't 41 1.81I. Order I In next four weakly Issues. 1950.
Sam McGarvey from start to finish that way. 8 LADE-POPE unknown:required to appear on Witness my hand and official "eal.
You are
t't When we do, we'll be glad to com- The marriage of Miss Fannie F.h. eth 1110 In the above. named rlrrnlt. Court, 1I..f.,.. C.....,.. at 12, Stnrke 1960. Florida, this January doing business. ')<.",I \
wherein In Chaucer
The author will be glad to ren Court and cause plaintiff Klnrldnl SEAL .\t. Thomas, 1-18 2t 1-20 'f I
pare them with the costs of farm Juanell Pope, of Starke and Tru seeks. divorce A restoration of mal- Sally Tledeniann Plaintiff, vs. Albert (OFFICIAL )

>lve, Items of Interest ooncrrnIng ing with a mule. In the meantime, by Slade Hampton was performedlast Telegraph rten name. shall publish' Bradford this County Ordol No. 701)9.If) Tledeniann. Defendant Cane liv Haven A.Crosby Clerk I> of C.said Court, .!o._ .. ...._-:-_.._ _..
ntlvltlc of farmers In
the when you go about the County Saturday evening by Rev. H. In nest four weekly. litnuea. Order .f Pnnllratlon and N.tlre to Charter n. liens, 804-09 Guaranty
pf Brailford Oounly.Suggesllona maybe look at the new tractors appearing B. Wiggins at his home West 01 Witness my hand and officialeal Appear or'i'lK' OP" HI.OIIIUA tot Atty.Life UMif for Pit.I;lavkBonvlllfl.::13io' trl 2-3"
left at the Telegraph. office or nt Htnrke, >j'Ioridathis DecemOFFl6lAtj Albert II. Tledumann, whoim reel'donee CARPENTER'S
everywhere. town. her' 89 1949" la unknown: S
rnalkxl to Sam McGarvey, .awtey, e 5S < SEAL) A. f Thorns You urn required' to appear on In Circuit Court. Bradford Couatr.Plnrlilnt ,
Florida. Mm. Slade Is an employee of the >. Clerk. of bald Court :January 301 h, 1960 In the above .. C..........,.. .
I Waited for rain but to no avail.So Florida Theatre in Starke. and Ey Haven Crosby, DC. named Court awl cauee, wherein Alfred Grimm Plaintiff v... Florence PRESCRIPT
I finally decided that our young A. J Thomas', Jr., Starkn, FlnrUln. plaintiff seek. divorce BradfordCounty O. Qrlmm Defendant Cane No. 7689.
Mr. Slado is associated with tho Atty. for I'lf. 1.1 4t 1-87 Telegraph shall publish this Order nf Publication aid Noticetnpear. <. PHARMACISTS
Guess what we finally had for Ing. Double disced a part of our cabbage plants had to be set out, Humphreys Gold Corporation at Order In next four weekly I issue.. ,"T\TM OK KLOItll Cot I

dinner one day last wrek Fresh truck garden large enough for rain or no rain, as they'were get- Camp Blandinff. The couple will In Ircolt Court. Bradford CeunlJKlnrltlx ., sent Witness at Htnrke mv hand Florida and this official Floreno O Grimm whoa residence
and address IB unknown
butler beans right out of the kit about 40 beds of potatoes. Had ting BIG. Only had about 2.500 make their home in Starke. Those i In<'. (Carter hanprrf.Kenneth Plaintiff 5. I' ember 2D, un.UFio'ICIAI. .peo.1 Vmi. are required to: appear on

rhea garden! We planted a email 120 beds In last year and got about no handled them In this way. Took attending the ceremony were Mr Donna Carter, Defendant. Case ( Aa. SEAL:flt-rk) of A.t.aald' Court, February 18th,. I960, In the above
named Ot urt and cause, wher.lnplaintiff t
row of them last fall and our neighbors hampers of nice Red Bliss potatoes a steel drum which we use for and Mrs. Green and daughter oMaxvllie. Order 7681. of Publication ..d ....1...NO'j Hy haven Crosby; T C. I I.Iohn seeks divorce. Bradford WI
so think that we can handle feed and tapped a %" hole In the J. llendernnn 4821 { County Telegraph shall publish thintinder
kidded us about It. Of course Mrs. W. M. Slaile mother Ap....... "''' 1'" OK KIOHIII1 onial Ave,, f.ak..ahore. (" ... 'ol.j .
four weekly
the frost got mont of them, but we about double that number this bottom of It and screwed a %" of the groom Mr. and Mrs Hd.lrenB Donna: Carterwhona In 77, Park residence:Avenue, New and Atty for Plf. 12-30 4t next mv hand and official seal

had planted them very thick and year. Going td! bed up with the nipple Into It. Then' with some 7oatsy Rigdon, Mm. Jessie Mae York City New York: at Starke Florida this January
not killed. tractor putting the fertilizer in old fittings we had on hand and a You ar. required to appear ol> In Clrrnlt ('curl. Bradford C....,., 11. I'tRli _
those underneath were Cooper, Avery Slade, Vernon February. 6th. 1K50, In the shove Klorlrtat In t hancerr.Thomax .. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.t. Thomas,
So' after a long wait we finally at the same time ((700 Ibs. of 4-7-5/ %" valve. improvised a faucet at Slade. Jr Mrs H. B. Wiggins named Court and rxueS. w""rodo If. Jackson, Plaintiff vaKth An Clerk of laid Court
after wait of the drum which ? plaintiff seeks' d BradfordCounty Weaver. Jackson, Defendant. Rv Haven Crosby, D C.
last week fertilizer) Then a he bottom. Put ,
of them rruL .
JShn : .
picked' a mesa Joe Wiggins and Bob on. Telegraph I fhlc Case No. 7A67. 'r Frank nMdrum,' Starke. Flnrlrtji.Atty. chp
and It was a real treat! about 6 or 7 days :we'll plant. hold S3 gallons on a platform on Beat wishes are extended to the Order In next four weekly 'IssuesWltnrs. 4>rdrr of Pnhllcatlon A: Notlee" teppear. for 1'1( 1-13 4t 2.3
of mulch together and the back of the tractor, backed It .. my hand and official MTAIM' Ol" VI.OHII1A tot, .v
Got a pile young couple Heal At Clarke Florida, this January Ethel Weaver Jackson whose. renlclcnce 'Notice tot "... K. I,. n.d..... It*.
moved It to the strawberry patch While rutting up that patch, hada up to a stand. pipe in the barnyard 4. i'to! ; and nddreHS 'IB co| Mrs. S. R a, lion ......*. Jnrkurnitlle, Klorldnlllart
Did not use wild hay for mulch visit from Guy Andrews anda and filled It up. Drove the tractor :MIHS1ONAKV\ MEETING: (tOrFICIA,,SEAL) A. J Thomas Weaver. Kunnlevel North Carolina, ,.Cleld Company, loc" 40... W. I
Clerk nf Maid CourtBy You are required to .appear on Adama "., Jk..onvlllc. florldnlnnd
of mow- very Interesting talk with him to: the beds. where we set the cab- U. 'of r> r1. i
because we have no means The W. M. the Baptist hives. Croehv Jan. 37, IDSv In the above named to nil other persons rwncerned.I'ltaBe .
Ingand Inasmuch as we have tons about the possibilities of farming bage and In this manner we had Church met With Mrs. Otto Hicks: T. Frank f.nmlrum, Starke 1.6, Florida 4t 1-37 Court, and cause, wherein plaintiff take 'notlre that under the ON-TIIE-MINIT SERt'IfiPHONE
Atty for I'lf. Keeka Hradford
decided to use here in Bradford County with'a water available to set out the divorce County Stalntt.NUAnnotatedn.1. TA.33, Florldii
of pine needles, we for Its regular January meeting Telegraph Khali publish this Ordor Hell dono 'llhi
tl em. Rigged up a small hayrake tractor Learned that he has solda 'plants. Three drums of water with ten members present. Mrs. /. flri-tilf Court Hrndtord CvvntfKlorlilal In next four weekly..J.eau"3.offl .al litiHlneKK,. a* Hell's Garage,
en' the back of the tractor and record of tractors In this section were necessary to do the job which T'E. Simmons called the meetingto 'Muloraon I In Chaneerr.Jean Plaintiff. "... Jack seal at Stnrke my, Florida, tllla Deeember Starke.warchnUMeman'a.Florida, Lien the holder Section lOr 678.a 64 hi pa'tl
Day Night
found it a very convenient way and that more and more farmers/was done' In a short time. The ; order with Mrs. George Williams Holutnon. fencunt. Case No. 7679 21, 19SEAT., 33 Florida Htatuten., will hold a

of doing the Job as we could drive around here are becoming Interested plants withered and looked pretty leading the' devotional ,Order of. Publication 1 Mtat ,,f And Florida Notice ToTaok 1etpnear. I (OKK1C1AL AK ;Clerk/ ) of A, said J. Thomas Court. I at public Htnrke sale', nt Hradford hla' place County of business, .Flor-1. ee,_. __'____'_,

tile tractor through the Woo. O. .
I Charles --
n Hess Guaranty
to the strawberryfield. certainly seems to be definite limit coming along in good condition I Hddren*. U 6021: fote at, Catherine -
rosily and hence given with all members taking; No, Life UnllJInir' kiionvlllo, Florida" ALL TYPES OF
Stead 10 Montreal Quebec : FOR
: Now have to get the weeds to the amount of work which cane now. part.> The minutes of the last meeting Canada' Atty. for 1'Ij. U-80 4t 120In I

out and the mulch on and we'll be > done with a man and mule, and e e were read by the Secretary. February You are 6th required, 11150' In to the appear above on rlrritlt Court-.I.nd'..... County. PEST CONTROL

through with the Job except for that no matter how hard he works All of which stresses the Importance The hostess served delicious chicken named Court and cause wherein lorldui. In <'hnncerv.Florida WRITE OR PHONE I
and selling. there Is a corresponding limit on around here of having a plaintiff' eeks divorce I flradfordbounty Mae tlurdner. Plaintiff vs.
saldd ambrosia
packing sandwiches .
picking Telegraph shall publish thl Woodrow (lord ncr. Defendant Cane FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
e the amount of Income he can pro- means of Irrigation. We have not cookies and coffee. Order In next four weekly l.*uea No. 76U3 "
Now selling a few berries on the duce. With a tractor a man can had any rain to speak of to our .Witness my hand and official Order ..( Publication and Notice to and CHEMICAL CO. !.
seal at Htark..Florld", this January
h'!?hway. Only getting three or do much more work more quickly, knowledge since the middle of Deep regret is. expressed that 4. I'fiO. 2450 N. ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE 256MI:
four pints at a picking but those and have the chance to make a November and the soil has become I. N. Newell who had been improving (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A.t. Thorns -
AB .Clerk of Bald Court.ly GAINESVILLE. FLA.
we are getting are real beauties larger; crop and Income. more and more dry. Without a In health recently is again Haven Crosby, PHONE 218 ;k
'lilic.; Termites Rodents All Household Pests
Soiling! them for 33c a pint, three It Isn't a matter of whether tractor means of Irrigation all we can do confined to Glendale HospitalIn T. Frank fTandrum.:i *. Florida, e !

for a dollar. Stopped in at the farming pays 'or not. That Is hope for rain and that in not Palatka and has been critically Atty. for Plf. 1-6 4t 1-27 C'OLONIAIFLORIST Free Inspections and Kstlmalm: Given by Graduate

market platform and talked to has been proven beyond doubt all what growers: elsewhere' do under IU I since Friday. Sincere wishesare I. Circuit Co.... Bradford. ('ou.'", Entomologists (Unh' rett)' of Florida).
berries over the countryunder all kinds these conditions expected for his recovery. Klorldnl In ('kenrery.Peter
Itnlph Alvarez Jr. who said Uvldlnl Plaintiff v.. InabelLtlvldlnl. Dempsey R. Sapp Roy V. Rolg
then were bringing/ 9 SO to 1.0.50 a of conditions The question seems We dug out an old pump which Mr. and Mrs. S. M; Simmons of fendant (Can No. 7690

crate. Have been told that you to be as to whether tractor farm-' wq found on the place cleaned It Richmond, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Order Apnrar.of Publication NTATK OK and KI.OHIIIk Notice toiffabel to a

run roughly figure on picking aj l Ing In Bradford County will pay. up and oiled It. 'and with the tractor W, T. Saxon, of OaKland Park f.lvldlnl whone. residence and
The answer to that question Is not for and wells at the ddren In 1031 Kant 24Ut. street,
crate every other day from a power were visiting relatives and friends New York
thousand plants and guess It's so, far off with more and more trac- right; places, we are almost readyto here last Thursday. They were Bronx You are required: to appear on R B ALVAREZ & SON TSTORAGE AND
tors being Into use each .week. But have to February 8.h. I960 In the above CO.
but we are not looking for any put Irrigate. we get all en route to the Simmons homeIn named Court and cause wherein (j)
such production this year But We believe that It will pay to! pipe or hone to carry the water Richmond with a stop over plaintiff aeeks divorce Bradford

maybe after the plants come a- farm here In Bradford with a trac from the pump to where we> needIt. visit In Starke and Valdoata da. I' Order County In Telegraph next; four shell weekly publleh InnueaWltneuR thin, b We operate local

)l'ir.f they may do better tor. That's why we Invested In One thing .we are considering Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn and' my hand and official Heal "

*V e one. We had a short but expensive Is a system of using 10' lengthsof mall son, moved here from at t. 19SO.Htarke, Florida, this January FLOWERSFOR O & longanywhere dlsta.reEXCELLENT

Under way now for spring plant- experience with hiring; labor ordinary rain pipe, which are Starke this week and are occupyIng (OFFICIAL SEAL. A.t. Thonia*. :: : s.1
As Clerk of said Court I ALL OCCASIONS ctS In I'.
handle and ,
light to easily Joined the Archie G. Ellarfd cottage. By Haven Crosby D C. ,

thus flexible to move from placeto Mrs. Mary Williams and Mrs.H. T. Frank indrum, Htarke, DISH GARDENS gu rri:4-III:
Atty for Plf. 1-1 FlorlI"1
place. These lengths run a B. Wiggins visited Mr. and Mrs. "

CLOSE OUT! little over a dollar a section ando L. A. Wiggins in Jacksonville, So Circuit (0..1. Bradford ('ountr.Florida POTTERY STOIC.\(i K:
far they look like the best buy : In Chancery.
Wednesday of last week. On Sun- Vallery. Plaintiff, v",. Mary i .q;:::
for the purpose. Rubber hose Is 1 day, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williamsand r;, 'VIIIj.y. Defendant Case. No. "68Jrder POTTED PLANTS F.t'IUTIE'4Agents :
far' too expensive and Iron or steel of Pnbllcntlon and Notice to "
son were guests of Mr. and For
SPARTON pipe Is both too costly and too Mrs. Ed. Durban in Lawtey. Mary O. Vallery, whore teplilepcend -

rigid for easy handling. Owing to the Illness of the Pas adUreHM. la care Hood Camp
Mor.[ 1rfiulalann.You :
i So unless we get rain soon, we're I tor, Rev. H. H. Mott. of Beulah are required to appear on Nona St Starke Deicher See us first!
going to start Irrigating one wayor Rev February 6th 1950, In the above
TELEVISIONFREE B Church H B. Wiggins filled named Court and cause. wherein

another. I Ing the pulpit and evening'thereon Sunday morn- County plaintiff Telegraph eeeks dlvorue,,10..1ubll.b\ ITudford this ..." :11II': ." .. ::11'J.IJ'! .:.;,: .. ; ". .:_-

i EKg production from our White I Luncheon guests of Mrs. G. P. -; _.
Holland Is now to 83%
pullets up Wadworth on Tuesday were Mrs.

and needless to say we are very Dora Burton, Rome, Ga., Mrs. '
pleased. We can vouch for one Chas. of
Burton Camp Standing 17"3.
thing and that la with proper and Mrs.J. L. Anderson and little c'V0w

rare ond attention, chickens will grandson, Mike, of Starke. 7Jdt

INSTALLATION'CALL do well here In Florida. But we Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Dyal were onJJisplai/.ijee it 'I

have a direct comparison between visitors to Jacksonville on Monday. .
two flocks, One Is a beaten up .

239 FOR FREE TRIAL old flock of "old ladles" of doubt

ful origin( which we bought :with bred to produce eggs and the L

our farm. They have not yet proof of the pudding la that the

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD and never can be good producers pullets are laying at about double /Ilb'Iy.

bemuse they were not bred to the rate of the old ladles. i

RADIO TELEVISION !SEAT: COVERS produce eggs./ We are going to Of course If we just wanted a 1 5 D. DGE !

ell} them off just ,as soon as they few eggs for our own use we .
1 Madison Sts. Starker Fla. molt. The other nock
Court & go into a would have just a few barnyard IIldllEH JIJIfUE

t I we rained from chicks. They were hens feed them scraps a little '

corn and mash let them runaround
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cost little to keep and they would 1 lirw <

TIME But as .we want to make some

TO Here NowKoch money from chickens, we ara
Save ANI going Into It with a lot more plan '

ning and care. And they are NOTa

lot of bother once you get them

properly housed and set up. '
FIUIJAr AND .Visited Karl Moresteln to gel

some pointers from him on how he

Bayer Aspirin ((100)) .59 J & J Back Plaster ::35 seems I 18 hits farming a to lot have of with cabbage a good: a; system tractor.set out work-and He

Ing. On way to his place met

Mrs Brownies one of the early

TAMPAX ((40's) 1.19 J & J TALC (large) .49 I settlers that they around were here the,first who told to pur-tu

rhnsn and, use a tree shaker for uu

harvesting pecans. .

CITRO CARBONATE .69 .70.SALIIEPATICA .61 I, Planted l a few. flats. of Rutgers

[ tomato seed Had a lot of trouble I 1

with tomatoes last year, but
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I hope springs eternal In the human' \

KLEENEX ((300's) .27 .60 ALKA-SELTZER .49 las hrf'I1At.lnd hopeful as the.the. next farmer. fellow.in just __C w Cortmrt 4 Aoor !

fought/ 400 Ibs. of Pontiac seed I T OOA y'!! BICCFR VALLE: DODGE makes your dollars

.73 potatoes and 1... lb. of Florida go farther puts jou miles and.. money ulioml.. .2" WIDER REAR WINDOW

Lg. Vicks Vapo..Rub 1.50 KAOMAGMA 1.29 I heat Pepper seed. Was going to Here's BICCFR v\LtE; in comlort-beC'lIun 1 '
Oct Red Bliss seed potatoes but
walt sold by our seedman on the Dodge gives you a wider l roomier ear I\SII>F. jet 4 lr l, t

WHITE I newer Pontiac strain as being a' on the OUTSins!' Dodge i ie more compact for ea ivr u" '

VASELINE 4 .25 'UNICAPS ((100's) 3.11 I heavier producer. Also orderedenough' I handling and parking. r; t

oz. SZ. loam Hybrid sweet cornfor : \ You get a BIGGER VALUE in convenience. Dodge G 1 ,.j
4.5 and 1H bushel of
I I seals are "knee-level" for relaxing: support.There' (
Dixie 18 field corn. Also '
got our
.. run
order Into Miss Ross full head room, leg room, shoulder room. ,
for our fruit -r _,
Large MUSTEROLE .79 AGORAL Per Pint 1.19 I trees. : And here's BIGGER VAL in performance You V ,.',
5e f
I I get the hashing pirl-up> of the big high: -omprl'1l-, b.,.' '1

r"t. dozen White Holland eggs 1 1I I ion Dodge "Get-away" Engine the amazing READ '
under a brooder hen, and will be ,
I snioothne of gyro: ] Fluid Drive. Ask us for a BIOGIR VALUE Dodge interior. (
cults anxious to see what we get mraeBIGGER VALUE New rear "pa'Iler
I DRUGSTORE You are not "imposed to hatch j: "Magic Mile" demonstration ride.. Come in, see. ure up to extra comfort give you window". for safer driving vir
I h\brld chicks the way we are doIng 1 I and drive the new Dodge today. mot'e.ea.1., rllx>w and Ire room so you rear tread means greater "af.-lT. (..-.nI .

I It, but who wants to keep on I I can tit nnlnrnlly in a rruird position. road cCability more riding comfort t t'J.

doing what you're supposed to do

I all the time! Not Us! i New Bigger Valuo It


In IrvHlt (...... II......... (.....,.)
flnrMut I* ( .........,..
.1..1..1.i llay.. Plaintiff, v... M rKlli .. Lowst-prl automatic transmission 61
,* H..y.., 1"" '.nd..n.. C... }ioOrrfrr DODGE
of the most 1'U, to free from shifting, i1 "
Thin Pharmacy Maintains Complete Supplies \ ., P.hllr.tlw..4. I.Mr. t. you -
Modern \__... "T TK OK VIOHIII t.iMary now available on Coronet I OW< 'U'Is : .
Drugs Available. You can bring your 1)octor'sPrescription RlllH Hav.a, whnna re.ldSace nwean
\ 1 U Pair Bluff, North Carolina. : at mod.rot..xtra cost.
to us icith the Confidence and Assurancethat r You .ar. r*<|nlr*<1 to appear cm I
Feb. Ith 1150. .In the .abov nasal Just a few dollar more
it will be Compounded Accurately. Court and cau. whervln plaintiff' \
w arks. divernrudfnrd Count' I, than the fowesf-priced CON t .- "
1>U..raph shall imhllf tutu Order ,
t In n..*l four w."Mly t..u..., 1
\vitn..> tn" hand and official. .sag.
PHONE 53 ,FREE DELIVERY PHONE 53 at II. mark 1,n. Florida this '.....m..r J. P. Roberts Motors Temple Ave Starke Fla

Clark ..f said Court
n" tlavon "rMby, l>. C.
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Lxmg Branch people went to Nolans Mrs Mandy Smith of Norfi, tcVa ,
Christian Church Baptist Church j lUdgt- lost Sunday and organ- I is here to spend a while with

Keystone Heights!! LONG BRANCH lend a Sunday! School The first. relatives.Mr .
Homer s Indall. :Minister. "Walking with Jesus Through I
Much progress is being made In 1050" is the theme of the morning lSy !Mr*. J. I. NtrkklumlMr Sunday they had 80 In and Mrs. Clarence Melton
Rev I ance We think this is a attend-'I and 'children of Gainesville vre
our Bible School at the friendly message by the Pastor
Church in the heart -of town We Lewis D. Halnes at the First Baptist Cll XMBFIt: OF COMMEROK! ; ami Mrs Bill Qurr of Daly We need more Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jennings
more church services all over the
want to keep the ball rolling. If SUuke This Sunday morning ANNUAL nVNQtTET City. Cnllf, and Alonzo Strick Starling Sunday.
you do not attend Bible School why at the regular worship hour the The Keystone Heights' Chamber land of Gllroy. Cnllf return*.' I country, And we need help here Rev and Mr Knight and children
at the Mission Station We alMo
not get started with us? There la sermon will be. "In the Wilderness of Commerce will hold Its annual home after attending1 the funeral of Maxville visited Mr. and
always a welcome here and no ." The adult choir will be directed banquet Saturday evening at Keystone of their brother, Sjft LeonardStrlrkhl.nd are told filled that almost Lx>ng Branch to capacity Churchwas Mrs P O. Starling Sunday af, r-

Episcopal Methodist Church 1 trouble In finding your place and by Mrs Luclle Green and Inn. Dr Frank Slaughter on Thurmlay, Jan. 12. Sunday We are glad that noon.
class as well. Mrs. Mona Canova organist. will be principal speaker. Albert at 2 were going byFlorence. Mm Vlda McMillan and children
They \
E. Simmons, It. D., Vicar Our Bible School begins at 1Ca used to ac- Nelson Is master of ceremonies. pm. the people are getting more Interested and Mrs. Eva McMillan of Ja 'Ksonville -
Rev. J. R. 1I1U. Pastor I In the first service Ala. to take their ulster In attending church and
.m. each Sunday morning. The numbers who New officers of the organization visited Mr. and Mrs. A rile
comodate the great home with them to
22nd 0:15 recuperate
y Jan. : am Great character comes out ofpeople's trying to do more for the Master.
men still have the leading class unable to attend the regular are: Cameron Bastedo President, Broughton last Friday.
School Classes for all of are from a recent Illness. She wan May we all strive harder to do
through Junior faith In the divinity Come on Men! Let us keep our services because of crOwded conditions !VM: Wiggins, Vice President; Ralph In a hospital Buffering from a His will. ; Mt and Mrs. Rabble Hlnea onci
Nursery ChrlHt. out of faith in God. out of I Thomas and Treasurer children visited hi* mother. Mrs.
record' Do make a SPECIAL effort the Pastor's message will Secretary ; nervous breakdown and other
faith In the church and out of their to be present this coming Sunday be "Jesus and John the Baptist". John Murray, C. Beasley, II. L. complications at the time of Leonard's LlzzU Mines, in High Springs Bun
.m.-Morning Prayer andy faith in the possibility of a decent Is ill at thla
The Youth Choir will sing at this Morgan, and Arthur Ruscher di death This Is the flrnt day Mrs. Hines very
< the Rev. S. W. Creasey..y world in which It is worth living GRAHAMBy
The Morning Worship service 943: : hour under the direction of rectors. time Alonzo has been to Florida writing.
to Thursday. Jan.,21 We also need faith In the truth as Mra Clarence Frar.'er: '
Council meeting, and Bible. "Our Faith in eglns t at 11 o'clock at which Mrs Mona anova. I Dr. and Mra J. Albright Jones of In 11 year.. Ha ays the old home ;\1.... John McKlonoy Mr and
found in the
.jsan onj In Gainesville Sunday afternoon
time the Minister will I were
speak Swathmore Pa. of the h H changed considerably. Sid
,..meeting at the Diocesans the Bible" has an Important bearIng The evening Happy Htrir begins I are guests
the sublet With God"The .
in St. John's that is "Walking at 7:30: with the singing of requested Albert Nebons.I ney Strickland of Punta Qorja I
character and
Auxiliary on our Lord's \Is always served Bro. Rognrt L, Perkins of Jacksonville J. W Starling and son of Clearwater -
for the 11 o' hymns and gospel choruses i I Mrs C. E. Mitchell has returned and Rev. Raymond Strickland of
Tallahassee the sermon subject at 11:13.: and Stetson University I are here this week.
//1 Church is open dally for clock hour Sunday morning. Evening services begin with led by Mrs Morse at the piano I I home after spending several weeks Webster also attended the funeralof preached both morning and evening I A large crowd attended the sing-
ThePastor's ; But. Srirkland. which WAN with I
and Mrs. Mann at the
pra id meditation. Almost from the cradle to the Christian Endeavor at 6.30: anJ organ. In Jacksonville.O at the First Church Graham at the home of Mr. and Mr F. T.
"Thn full mllltaiy rite*
message will be E. Wiggins and S. E. McKayattended the
Evcrjone enjoyed inspirational afternoon.
I Sunday
';:'':'lili I grave ona Is continually setting Evangelistic services at 7:30: pm. :Stone Throwers" and the youth I the rally at Orlrndo when i Jim Godwin Is a bio to be around I I I Abernathy of
yterian Church The subject is "The trip to the I messages Mr and Mrs Ralph Mosley
> i up guides of one sort or another. chorus will sing. Rep. George Smathers announced Again after two week's illnesn.Ada 1. ,
Kingdom." Many people have laid I Mrs. A'een- Call of Gainesville Ocala visited her brother-in-law
i These guides become our compass II Sunday School meets at 9:43: : his candidacy for the U. S. Senate.Mr says she has been suffering
Mrs. Robblt
ev. Chnrles Embrle, D. C., down their chores to see this spent Monday with her husband, and sister. Mr. and
of life. Sunday evening at 7:30: the with departments- and classea- for and Mrs. Creed and son are more than usual with asthma.
ey Farm, :will preach at: movie on the screen. I wonder if Joe Call. Hines, Saturday.
theme of the message will be "The.Chrlstlan.1II all ages with a staff of more than spending the winter In Keystone Mr. and Mrs\ Charles Fields"
f He will continue as supply shall have house
I we a packed to .
80 officers and teachers to care to all Sunday and
Compass. Heights They are from New were nee us
next several weeks I
or the hear what God has to the
say for the over 300 regular- attenders.E. Hampshire. while hero Rev Waller and Albert I
(lurch School with Miss The Church School begins" at subject? The public Is Invited to,
C. Mann Jr. Superintendent. Charles Miller of Pennsylvania Ostcen called and we alt had a
9:45 As far as
| Stump as Superintendent, : Sunday morning. hear these heart
practical let us form the habit of warming mesa- Tralng: Unions gather at 6:13: : 'Is expected' In town within a few nice vlult and prayer was offered Shadows In Our Homes"If
bvene at 9:45: am. Persons all the services of the I ages.Prayer for "training in church member ; da In behalf of Mother, for the restoration
ea, from nursery to adult, church. Meeting services are ship" with Mrs Clyde Priest director. vs.Dr. E. L. Rodotvskas of the Pigments of her health. We do en- your husband growls all the time or your
every Wednesday evening at 7.30:
ftted to attend the class of with Department, E. I. Du Pont Joy our Christian friends calling wife continually at or the children
You are Invited to worship and children hour every Friday nags you
There Is a fine Mid-week service held- regularly de Nemours- & Co., Edge on us and giving us a word of oncouragt -
ge group. us. afternoon at 3:SO. Wednesday at 7:15: for an hour of Del, and W. W Coleman 'ment for we all need it get on your nerves-then don't miss this Bible-
f qualified teachers for all Why not send children for
your Moor"1
Insplrltatlon and study led by the along through lite.I .
Baltimore, Md have
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OFLATTERDAY this hour where they will learn plant Centered sermon Sunday night at 7:30 p. m.
Pastor, on temporary assignment I Ernest Shaffer and two friends,
: SAINTS more about Christ T I A cordial invitation Is extended Trail Ridge Mine and are located. all of Jacksonville\ were In our by Pastor Hob Gray.

IKOATIONALJDIST The Church of Jesus Christ of AIRPARK MISSIONARY I to all to worship at these services In Keystone. Mr. and Mra Colo- neck of the woods Saturday and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton

CHURCH Latter Day Saints will hold UnIon BAPTIST CHURCH and enjoy the fellowship of other man, are residing at White Feather called on the Strliklands perhaps ,

Lees every rtrst and third Meeting in the Chapel corner School 10 00 Christians. Court. Dr. Rodowskas la occupying It was Lorene they wished Bob Cray, Pastor
Park and Copeland Streets Jacksonville Sunday : am. the home of Robert Gwlnn, and to B"*>. Anyway, they were hero.
night, Sunday morning
*ay nday night. 11 am. and ., Sunday afternoon Jan. Morning Worship each 11:13: am. At The Tabernacle Mill be joined by his family soon Charles Witker of Jacksonville Bible School 10:00 a. m. ....:: Morning: Worship 11 :00 a. m.
Prayer Meeting Thursday
at Congregational Metho- l 22, at 2:30: o'clock. AH members 7:30 Mr Gwlnn In In the veterans hospital was out our way Saturday. H.T.U. at '6:30 p. m. -
ITurch on Brownlee Road.- of the church are invited to attend : p.m.Eevnlng Service 7.30 Se.r,1, l visitors/ from Jacksonville In Memphis, Term for a Culled to see couxln Jlmmle.J .
Ernest Griffls pastor. p m.Rev. attended the Sunday services! check-up, and Mrs. Owlnn Is visiting T Padgett, son of lunnlTadgett
L. G.
I Hemingway at the Tabernacle. her parents st Earleton. has mumps. We thought

PENTECOSTAL: HOLINESS The Loveladys, of Kalamazoo, UIWtTT'OI.l.I'C'J'R' NOTK'KA ; everyone around here had had
RST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. 10th St. and Temple Ave. Mich., are continuing their minis deputy collector of Internal mumps, but suema there Is one or FOR EXPERT WASHING
and have been blessed
Sunday School 9.43: : a. m.; Mornng try many by levrnue will be at the post office two to go yet.
Lewis D. Iluines, Pantor,. : their spiritual messages and music. Oscar Wilkinson was very ill
Worship 11 a. m; Evangelistic In l Keystone Heights on Friday,
Services 7'00: p. m. Everyone Feb 10, from 9 a.m. .to 5 p.m. to last week with flu. His baby had POLISHING GREASING
welcome.CATHOLIC. Twe fine young people--brother penumonla and, was taken to ,
assist taxpayers In the preparation
"In The Heart of Townnd In The Heart
and sister and ,
an older person Starke hospital for treatment and
of Income tax returns.
of The People" CHURCH rededicated their lives to the ser was reli,>asnd Wednesday of last TIRES TUBES BATTERIES

Sunday Masa 9.13: a.m. vice of the Master on Sunday night.A Mr and Mrs F. M Wtihath. Sr week. Clyde Wilkinson win! suffering

A Southern Baptist Church For 'All Itiople Sunday School 11 a.m. special treat and surprise was entertained Mr. and Mrs. R L. from a severe cold .
Week Day Mass 8.30: am. the unexpected- arrival of Mr. I Walker. Monday evening, the occasion Rev. Waller tells us some of the PURE OIL PRODUCTS

day James Stroud, of Memphis Tenn, being Mrs Walker's birth-

O GREAT SUNDAY MORNING SERVICES: Bible Study Is .every Wednea- Tuesday evening, who showed slide 'day., Jr, who resigned/ Tracy Baker,

day at 7:43CHIRCII: : pictures of the Mission work being I' ". S. A. Kyle of Jacksonville Jr was Inducted as Mai shall, succeeding SEE THE AUTO FOUNTAIN
t Senlce 9:45: a. m.1 "Jeitun. and John the ItaptlHt" : OF GOD done In Memphis This part of the |I I visited I Keystone Wednesday JCHMU Hill. Other members

service was held In the School An i Mrs Wm MacDonald, whose Messrs Watson
Regular Ser\ire 11:00 a. m.1: "In the WIldcrnonB1: Rev L. S. Williams, Pastor I of the Council are Madison & Walnut Streets Starke, Fla.
nex. jhuohnnd U Du Pont
I employed by McMurtry, and Pipping, and
St. Clalr Sts.
..,nlng Happy Hour 7.SO: p. m.1 "The Stone ThrowrrV 8th & will join her husband within a few Mrs Camlllu Stewart
Sunday School 10 a.m. Set. Urn All-New 11KSO Renting, I days. They expect to be hire for

r. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. ton rortahk* Typeurtter on dls an extended period.

Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. play at Bradford "County Tele. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Spencer entertained
Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" Y. P. E Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. era I'''. AU the advantages of d for Dr. and Mrs Wm. '--

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m standard machine In portable klze. Musser last Friday. Guests- Included

,...,...." .' m __ __ ________ Mr and Mrs C, J. Bat..do, thrifty
Mr and Mrs. H L. Morgan. Mr. e

and Mrs. F M Wairath, Jr. Mr .. '
and Mrs. S. E. McKay, Mr and '
Mrs Albert Nelson, Mrs Mildred

Haley, and Miss Gertrude Houser 1950sAmerica's
The Woman's Club Is also plan in

ning a reception for Dr and Mrs

Musser at an early date
Amenm Ilk LOOA.AP..P.Ld17..oED..tzrri .
( (IRe The Midget baseball tram sponsoicd -

a lecture on Greenland at
AOREELJ Ihallht"
the school building Tuesday evening
A lurga: crowd attended

Mr and Mrs R V Slut key are

I. 1 i g O' C: B E.4 l 1iL' IH now Lakevlew In their Drive.new home on East

1 f' :JI ;! : ,': expect Mr. and to move Mrs Kyle Into their McMurtry nev

1,1 home this week.

"i. S .A7. S.z: n ldles/ .. LO/b'&t Cost/ home Ground of Mr.was and broken Mrs for Al the Watson new

on West Lakevlew Drive last Mon


Mr and Mrs Snedclen and children : .

of Denver, Colo are living at
White Feather Court Mr Sneddenla

with Humphrey Gold! Corp
The new home of Mr and Mrs

Wm Reynolds on West Lakovlew ,
Drive li nearing completion

NI.itsruY H.\s oi"rMNu: I

A large/ crowd attended the opening
of the Lei Lanl Nurserlnsn ,
their new location on Highway I

21 last Sunday. Chuck Newman IM

associated with Hariy! Eby In this.

growing cuncein. I


Whltesides. was elected
president of the Town Council al i|

he organization{ meeting MrWhltesides ,
has served on the

Council for several l years. Halpll I
Thomas was appointed city attorney I I

succeeding F M. Wairath,

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GREYHOUND, asks nothing better for the coming year than the

Shoes Repaired opportunity to take you anywhere at any time. and SAVE

We believe you, too will agree that you can't equal Chevrolet for beauty

and comfort-for performance with economy-for driving ease and safety-at Greyhound Fares Remain Amazingly Low !

Chevrolet's low prices and with Chevrolet's low cost of operation and upkeep!

New Low) Prices! ,

Half Hole,*


Half Sol.** LAKE; CITY .90 1.65 WAYCKOSS, GA. 2.45 4.-15


3.2;) 5.Rd PERKY; 2.00 3.60
r. MIAMI 5.55 10.00 SANFOKD 2.25 ".05

POWER .t.' ,,'.f., t tt Ladies' Lifts 25c:> up OCA LA 1.25 2.25 WINTER HAVEN 3.10 6.10

.r f IIAYTONAWEST 2.2d ...0;) ST. PETERSBURG 3.10 6.10

'--"""""'" j< N ''' SHOES SHINKDAT I'ALM IIEAC1I 5.10 9.15 PALATKA .15 1.35

:'J'.i ? AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION .f''' !fI) '' Plus I Perct'nt Federal Tax: on All Above Fare ---
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':,il.l ; OmONAl ON M IUXI MODal AT IXTIA COST _.-N"' .." 1. .'.. ,,'.l ",. LISTEN TO ELMER: : DAVIS AND THE NEWS Mon..
/ 0f; -."'-':.,. ; "'
l' l!
; ; :m.;jj; ;; "_.. ,,- ,, ',{,,;- : 11, \ STARKESHOE Wed, Fri. 7:15 P.M.I over WPIMJ I 600 on your dial
{f ; : r.r? .. ,. .
J 4/; Jvt. ; ;,,m'f:f :I. 'r/
:.cI.,1.I a t : ...:J.UenC4 GREYHOUND BUS STATION
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North Temple Ave.. Starke, Fla. Phone 117I

M. F. Hudson. Proprietor
Aeran H 'orro Park Th. or


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!JAN 20 1950 "

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I Continued Warm Starke Merits Title Of "Truck Crossroads" range 21. E. she endeavors -
W. W. Ward Abbott & CostelloIn Mayor Receives to keep ,nf, t
Capt. Of GratitudeMayor Weather Rushes Up If You Doubt It Just Count 'Em Yourself Alice Strong of Bradford Co. she uses for cookine! ?, ,1
Dies In Jacksonville Film At Park Letter / and Alice Thornpklnn of Lawtey. ditlon.

Capt William W. Ward, 82 "Abbott and Costello Meet theKiller" J R Wainright says It. I Strawberry Crop Starke could easily be called the Local gas station: operators and SE quarter 22 B. of sec. 26, twp. B 9, Tin pans ate bound II,, g.(
at thti home or newest comedy for the Is always a pleasure' to receiveletters I truck "Cross roads of the state. restaurant owners estimate that range looking if they're used n.
night Summertime rip- !
died Sunday temperatures
I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whlthead and It'a best to
his nephew. Carl Ward. in Jack- famous laugh team, will be shown j .such as follows: ened strawberries at a brisk clip A survey conducted among some truckers spend over $1,200 pel let them .
of Bradford and Arnett
I County First
native of Brad- at the Park Theatre Sunday Dear Mr. Mayor: of the local truck stops shows that day in Starke. way. reason for
onvllle. lie was a helot this week as 627 crates
While shopping tour recent Most of the trucks which Thompklns of Lawtey. The SW dull tins. absorb heat b lhlll
on a
the son of through Tuesday. I I goods are routed through pass
lord County and was were sold at the market since more SE of the
of the
quarter quarter shiny
1 I had the misfortune of losingmy through here are privately owned ones. Secondly '
Uie late Emra P. Ward of BrookT Co-starring Boris Karloff. the ly. Thursday of last week at an average Starke In 21 hours than were '' ltld,
NW East Kings.
wallet. Fortunately It was j however owned quarter lying portant. scouring tin ,.
are by
Berlin Airlift In the many pro- PHiu
a large farmer and prominent film concerns the troubles of a resort I of $9 90. Gross returns to flown over the ley Lake Road In sec. 23: twp. 3 them
found a Mr. Charles Powe.lwhom duce cooperatives wholesale houses shiny removes the
rUlzrn of this county for many hotel bellhop (Lou Costello) by for the week were estimated same period of time.Furlhermore. th
I up to this writing, I have growers trucking lines, oil companies, S, range 22 E. Ing of tin and CXpONesunder t tho
ea",. who Is suspected of murdering a at $6,207.30. if the traffic
not had the pleasure of meeting. I and others. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bleasdaleof it to rust.
Ward was a steamship guest' at the hotel. His pal, the Another o/M) to 600 crates areexpected light at the corner of Call and I
Captain Mr. Powell turned the wallet The of the Brooker and Evelyn F. Thomas Nor should
i majority goods being
to hla retirement, house detective (Bud Abbott) triesto at the market today Walnut were to stick on red for \
captain: prior over to your Chief of Police, E. shipped through here now is of Bradford County. The SB scoured or rubbed ,
him of the but would be pro- with ,
made his home in Jacksonville help out moss (Friday) 21 hours, trucks alone I m
and Thornton, who brought It to my duce from southern FlorIda quarter of the SE quarter of sec. lah
coming or
any cleaning .
for the last two years.Survivors succeeds only In pushing him indeeper If the warm weather continues, backed up, bumper to bumper, p home before my arrival there.It and heading for the eastern 9, twp. 7 S, range 22 E. mlum Is a soft metal
I ,
Include thre#sisters, growers are advised by the ma.r.ket nearly two miles north of Lawtey and
Love Interest In the film Is Len- I Is Indeed a pleasure to write to pick markets of New York, Philadelphia Hester L. Thomas of Starke and off easily If It Is scoured
management every or
of Wlmauma; If doubt it, just sun yourself '
)Irs. M. P. Matheny of 1'lant City.ore Aubert and Donna Martell, a : this letter to you and at the same day next week, as It Is believed you while on that busy corner and Baltimore. Most of them Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis of ed. Unlike tin, however,
Mrs. A. J. Abbott McAllister of) newcomer who is being groomed,, time to extend my thanks to both that volume will be sufficient to and count a 'em. If your tally sheet'I are empty when headed south. Starke. Lots 1. 2 and 3 of block be kept shiny with no more,

and Mrs. Kay three brothers. Col.BJoxham \. for stardom. Alan Mowbray portrays Mr. Thornton and Mr. Powell, andIt warrant dally harvesting then. shows less than aw average of 30 The average semi-trailer truck 22 of Temples addition to Starke. QUS cleaning than waahln, '
Gainesville; the hotel to add Is gratifying to know that we combination Is .40 feet long, has soapy water and,,rinsing.
Ward of Palo Alto, manager Farmers who received questionnaires to 40 per hour, you've been snooz-
laughs to the situation, while) Gar have such good citizens in the City a capacity of between 32,000 and W. T. Crosbys Open So, in cleaning
Calif.; S. R. Ward of Atlanta, Qa., concerning crop plans several ing. Your( I?
64,000 and
pounds, Is valued at
of Starke.
Moore, who has received much chromium utensils
Ward of Miami, weeks ago are urged to return truck don,
und Florcuae Sincerely Yes sir, that's how heavy more than $7,000 empty. New Grocery StoreMr.
publicity for his Italian film, "Pal-
cards to the market at
services were held in traffic Is through Starke, accord them.Another
Funeral san", builds his reputationwith Wilma Kronenberger Starke which Is at the Intersection matter
up once. ing to estimates given by membersof and Mrs. W. T. Crosby will which
ublln, Ca.IOOF this picture. of 5 thru highways, is .home-maker may well
I t I the local police force and numerous Idealy situated for truck traffic open their new grocery Monday loot
Notable Item about the film is andidateIs the Ironing board
Senate cover.
Mrs. Rosier' station operators located State Farm Highway No. 16 .
CorrectionIt that it marks the comedians' 25th Mary gas Practically all of the trucking on cover Is scorched and daniiare
I on U. S. 301. end half miles not th of
film since coming to Hollywoodten Visitor HereJ. from the northwest, midwest, and ont a ironed on It.
seems that the person supplying years ago. Mrs. Mary E. Rosier, 81, died The cost of this merchandise a-. southeast. Is routed through tarke. They were former operators brown color is almost some coi
the Telegraph with notes Ratllff Yearwood first U. S. at her home north of Starke on lone, estimated 3,600,000 worth Starko on Its way to south Flori of the Twin Pines Grocery, get, onto the clean
Senatorial candidate to visit Thursday, Jan. 12, after an ex- owned D. A. Judd of Starke. cloth J
un the Installation of IOOF "of- Sale Extended per day. .would surpass the yearly da. It was reported by some of fe by there are other soluble
fleers recently had thing. slightly Starke during the present campaign tended illness. A native of Georgia needs of all the people In Bradford truck drivers that more of the Recently they purchased a lot fromA. the cover some of m,
was here Monday afternoon, she moved to Florida with her'. county for such Items as canned northeast-south traffic ii goingto P. Dale and constructed a modern those Lit{
mixed we are Informed be transferred
up. w. H. Graham of Alvarez Stare to the cleatij'
extending an Invitation to the public parents In young childhood and and the be building wlth'Uvlng quarters
goods produce gasoline
now that' this t is the way announced that due to the closing coming through here this The way to avoid *;
to attend the rally officially resided In the Ralford commun i like. than last. In the rear. (
Vt was: W S. MelHon, retiring of Call Street for the past year unsightly stains on
opening his campaign at the ball ity. She was a member of the -- invitation to all
:Noble Grand, was succeeded by week during resurfacing operations They extend an i'', ::Z course to ,
Harley, F. Strong. Rex Brook. by the State Road Depart. park In Fort Meade (his home),on Baptist Church. Deeds Recorded of land In the SE quarter of the their friends to' visit the store on I cover on the board clout'II'0n
Ingsj is the incoming Vice Grand, ment, he Is extending his annual Wednesday Jan. 23: at 3 p.m.' Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. I SE quarter of aec. 8, twp. 7 S. its opening day.-Th..y are lifelong nlng the ironing job. '
Yearwood stated that he had d'
Onrllle Brooklngs Is Anniversary Sale for one week, cxtended Eveleaner Blackburn, Starjce, ; Deeds recently recorded In the range 22 B. I residents of Bradford County: and|
llecretary'l Invitation to the other
and H. L. Gatlin Is through Saturday, Jan. 28, two men an In the race Incumbent three sons, James M. Rosier, Law- court house were: I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. George of II have a host of friends who wish I II i!

Senator Claude Pepper' and Congressman tey; Brantly Rosier, Lacoochee, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight of i j Bradford County and Mr. and Mrs. I them success In, their new home I W.C. *

George Smathers, to and Richard S. Rosier, Dade Bradford County and Maggie Small C. B. McKlnney of Starke. Track and business. T.I
attend the rally and speak. City. of Starke. Lots 3 and 6 of block I I lot land In the NE cor. of the NE THE SALOON KEEP

Candidate Yearwood was born Funeral services were held at 24 of N. Reno, in the SE quarter'..quarter of the NE quarter of sec. .Hints to HousewivesKITCHEN THE ONLY BUSINESS,
near Clarksvllle, Ga. in 1802 and 'of the SB quarter of the NE 3. twp. 7 S. range 22 E. WHO IS ASHAMED 01
the graveside in Sapp Cemetery qaar'l
moved to Melrose In 1003. He ter of sec. 21, twp. 6 S, range Morris Carter of Bradford Co. TIPS CUSTOMER.
Final! Final!! grew up there, and later became near Ralford, with the Wilson Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of::and the Hellbron Baptist Church. : The home-maker who tries to (NATIONAL PROHIBITlof'
Interested In the naval stores and t Funeral Home, Lake City, In I Bradford County and Mr. and Mrs. ,j I SW cor. of the SW quarter of the keep all of her kitchen utensils 1 :
citrus industries. Ho describes charge of arrangements. H. E. Stokes of Brooker. Track!I! NE quarter of sec. 25: twp. 5 9, shiny will be making a mistake If -4io
himself now as a "citrus grower,, I
farmer, and business man". ..
ALL LADIES FALL DRESSES Yearwood will be rememberedby
some voters as a candidate for

ItIooItBrdl..MM Govenor ago. of Florida several years Here Is Another Time The I

Tag Sales Top ..,

SUITSio3 Last Collector Year's J.FiguresTax R. Kelly Maid

$ yesterday that the sale of "plain" Anti-Trust Lawyers Were Wrong

auto license tags at his office

$7 through January 18 was nearly
200 ahead of the total on the same .
date lost year. t.r
Through Wednesday a total of
1463: plain tags had been sold
compared with 12,00 during tho as Ever since the anti-trust lawyers filed their suit to put A&P out of Lusiness, they have been making, in the newspapersand ;]
the about how think this does business. ,
same period In 1949. Sale of W over radio, various "allegations" they company

tags are also running ahead of Please'remember that "allegations" charges that have not been proved. i]
last year's figures, Kelly said, l\\
I In this they wilt be disproved.
case :
with 129 sold to date. "We did not .
ALL LADIES' 99 sell that many W tags until July There have been times in the past when the anti-trust lawyers made very damaging "allegations"about this company f

last year" the collector said. that the courts eventually decided were utterly without foundation. 'b
Total of all sales to date is
tag in our last advertisement we told you about the time the anti-trust lawyers charged that A&P, two 1]
2328: In Bradford County.
Fall ( ; f DRESS, other food chains and two labor union conspired to fix the price of bread in Washington, D. C. c

SHOES ,And yet, when this case came to trial, it was revealed that the defendant were actually telling bread "t-

\\1 cheaper than most other store in Washington, and there was absolutely no evidence that they had .'1

Shoes AND ever engaged in any such "alleged" conspiracy. ."
SANDALS ,, That was the time Federal Judge T. Alan Goldsborough instructed the jury to bring in a verdict
! .' of "not guilty" I 5

Regardless of Former Price It was the time he said to the anti-trust lawyers:
I "If you were fo show thit record to any experienced* trial lawyer in the world, he If;:
Recent births in Shadycrest would tell you that there was not any evidence at all.

i Children's Coats $51 hospital Mr. and were Mrs.: J. B. Coleman of 5 "Honestly I have never in my over forty years'experience teen tried a case that was f:
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Starke a girl, Barbara Anne, on at absolutely" 'devoid of evidence at. thit. That it the honest truth. I have never aeen', t
one like it. .- '
January 13.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Van Eppa But this was not the only time that the anti-trust lawyers made such serious "allegations"against A&P which were'fals .

Special for Friday & Saturday ONLY of Joanne Yankton on ,January S. D. a 13.girl. Pamella C Again, and still again, they brought cases against A&P and suffered defeat. J

CHILDREN'S Mr/ and Mrs. M. C. Wainwrlghtof As we have said, we think you are entitled to know about these other cases. And now we are going to tell you about
c Penny Farms a boy, David Nor. the second lime the anti-trust lawyers were wrong.
rls on January 13.: )
DUNGAREES Mr. and Mrs. lamp Register of \ "I,

99Robbins' Macclenny a boy on January 13. 1:
Mr. and Mrs. William Graham
The North Carolina Potato
announce the birth of a daughter, CaseIn f
1 to 5 Gilda Fuller Graham, on Tuesday, :

Jan. 17, in Shadycrest Hospital.

n D .mber'I941' the anti-trust lawyers brought a criminal suit Judge Wyche said to the anti-trutt lawyer: J

in Wilson, North Carolina.

JWO KINDS of "I have studied this case from the very outlet. In my opitThey ; '
charged that A&P' fresh: fruit! and vegetable buying subsidiary there '
testimony produced from which it can
and other good American citizens had
conspired to fix and
POPCORN depress prices paid farmers. for potatoes in North Carolina, Virginiaand be inferred that the defendant entered into a combination I|,

Maryland. dePress or lower the price of po t a t oe.. I

TilE STORE OF VALUES 1 g,0j;): wwir'"s Can anyone imagine any charge calculated to be more damaging to a retail "/ might say that I never tried a case in my life where a greal\
grocery business that must rely on farmers, day after day, for the food we effort
work *
ygtOWmvinrs more comb
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distribute. to our customer.? more investigation had been t;

.. - - N6V R kvI..LI1 In this the anti-trust ,,- almost with a fine-tooth comb to gather evidence, at was JO
case lawyer the
." '" gave a story to newspapers, telling
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millions of farmer that we were the kind of people who would force their cate."But I
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I I .: :ii r - w. --- --- ---, price: down, deprive them of a decent income, and lower their families'living
standard at was said a long time ago, you can't make brick with*

t CAIM'ENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTEU'Sr. I These charge were /wae.' ; straw. ,, and' you can't make. a case without' fact"

.. -"' Turn Your Head To! Spring They made these charge despite the fact that it has always been A&P' So, here was a case In which the anti-trust lawyers made seriously

FOUNTAIN1SPECIAL I t policy to pay our farm supplier fair market price for all produce; to aid charge against A&P in which the Judge decided that there were no f}

L ) Richard Hudnut Home Permanent ( agriculture through better distribution of its product; t. narrow the spread to. support those charges.
between farm and retail price.; and to help farmer build better markets .
.\ Southern Chicken Pilau ,'. -Complete with plastic curling pads for their product That u why we say the anti-trust I lawyers can be wrong and haflsaE Ii
L rrvrd with Cole Slaw &; The improved process as used lathe been
SUu-ke1* Finest Coffee! 4 Avenue Salon! to our support That is why we ay that they are wrong again, just a. they v/e

1 v $2.75 (Plus Ta,) When the case finally came to trial, the antitrust lawyers put on wrong in the Washington bread case and the North Carol!

50c as their first witness a potato expert of the U. S. Department of potato case. .
Agriculture. I

; TAPERETTE We are going to show the American people that the suit
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expert W
lawyers' own witness, testi- really a suit against A&.fl 1
efficiency and against real
RIchard lluilnut To taper and thin your hair safely fied that contrary to the anti-trust la\/yera "allegations," the competition.

Hair ritual 1 and easily at home! defendants made every effort to help the Department of Agriculture The reallJueltlOn invoUed in this suit is whether businessmen are goin <
beauty si (Till. Tax) in its be encouraged to do :
efforts to aid the potato farmer in better marketing a bette and more efficient Job: or whether we ate g<

of his products and in getting a better price for his products. to let the anti-trust lawyers in Washington blow the whistle on anybody
$1.00 EACH Deliver your prescription in person to the registered gets big by giving the people more for their 1'
(Plus Tax) druggist on duty at our Prescription Department :When the anti-trust lawyer had put In their evidence and had argued their money.

Creme Rinse and know that it will be filled with highest quality "case Federal guilty."Judge C. C. Wyche directed the jury to bring in a verdict of No one can make us believe that it it a crime to try to tell I*
Creme Hair Dressing drugs at minimum cost. We ran fill your prescription bed quality food at the lowed pottible price.

Dandruff treatment needs any hour of the day or night. We are as near .,e.
enriched egg Creme as your telephone. 'Phone "6 1" day or night for "on

Shampoo the minit" service.CARPENTER'S. I ..
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