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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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Boys Win First Tourney Tilt :'

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH :


\< Semi-finals In Butler Tonight '



I BUS defeated Chief-' In a game of this type special Official County Publication Established In 1879VULUMK :

.41'. '..$ to 88 In the first game of recognition should be given to all ,

Conference Towrnsvf the BHS boys for their hard work ..
ytv nee SEVKNTV-OMli,; : STAKKK, n.OUID\, .'..un.u.EUltUUtr 17, 1050; NUMBER THIBTY-ONK ;
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I layed In Ute new lake and heads-up ball playing. Art -- ---- -- -- "

H g gymnasium yesterday af- Collins and Bill Phillips, who dida 1


The y be when Bradford played they! ,starting frr'n will meetof netIII .at. during work fine, job the and half as cooperation officials on the,spirit commented exhibitedby team Voters Speed Up Berries Bring Ari iher Giant Still Seized .1/.1Census /


the Arctier-Bronwon Coach Hobbs' boys.

If they< win that they'll Alachua. Trounced Registration As $52,405 TotalIn -

the iRl-fpalN tonightfit Again In the Starke armory

) 8:15. In the event of Tuesday night BHS took to task Bam Near Lawtey \

fire they'll play In the fl- a club that they more or less fear- Deadline Nears Past WeekIn

tunlay night at 0:13. All ed. Alachua came to the armory

nt game are In the Lake with a good record for the year.
Scene Of Illicit J
\\gyrn. They were a team thai had beatenP. Bradfordltes have only eight what will probably prove to I

K. Yongts (a hot outfit) and days loft in ,which to register before be the peak week of the current
jlxme To Callahan
one that Gainesville had beaten only the books are moved from the season, Bradford growers shipped :

the staunch victory of over lam one point .in the last 30 seconds precincts to the Supervisor's office 7.009 crates of strawberries for Shine Operation ;

utler Tuesday night of play They were tall and In the courthouse at Starke. a total gross return of $52,409.33.:

he BHS boy and girls tookn fast and boasted such players as A. L. Crosby Jr.? Supervisor of Production Is expected to go Intoa i iAn "
last Friday night ands
absorbed mother sound Pearson and Richard two very Registration, repeated his urgent decline in the near future unless y 9 g8 old dilapidated barn near" :'

fine eager However you could request that all qualified persons rain comes to end a drought that : e' SI Lawtey was the scene of sudden
the hands of small,
at a
riff and excellently handled tell that BHS meant to have this register In their home precincts has held sway since fall. Farmers !! activity last Friday as Sheriff P. :

t. Most clubs who start one. At the opening whistle they before March 1. "Those who regis- report the last two application D. Reddish and his deputies destroyed I

[b. went to work on Alachua and refused ter while the books are In the of fertilizer In berry fields still lyIng the second huge moonshine:

nd up the season relatively to let up. precincts will be doing themselvesa where placed with not enough still to be captured in Bradford
\ example Is Live Oak),.
iJahan good exhibited none or( The same type of play that favor" Mr. Crosby said. "I am moisture to distribute It through 1 County within a year. I IArr88t..d

swamped Branford literally tore afraid there will be a long waiting the soil to benefit the plan ,
all'the of the still
as operator
,.
hey were up way Alachua to shreds.. The determl line after books are brought backto However, It Is believed that 1" 5 'I
was Willie Wall of Jacksonville
used to be headed. The fie
nation the Bradford boys exhibitedwas the courthouse and persons from from one-half to two-thirds of the
a former resident of Bradford
42-27 in their favor. J
was
amazing. Hazen Eaves God- all parts of the county have to growers passed the "break even"point
high forth County who at one time was sentenced I
| Eaves was scorer
there to this week and all sales from
come register
win, Strickland and Winkler could
to three In the State,
| only 10 points The floor not miss. In the first quarter Around 450 persons had registered now on will be In the profit col. INTERESTED; I'II'E<"f\TOItit! gave Sheriff Reiltlliih plenty of years
Prison charge of
on a stealing a :
sing game was prevalent BHS led 19-8 at the half 37-14. in the North Starke precinct umn. Yield has been Rood considering Enumerator I help In tllNinanllliig She big Ntlll raptured near Lautey last FrUlu:*". house trailer Tie was released

|tcr s In the which only BHS phase came of out the and at the end of the third 58-22. through Wednesday. This was estimated the exceptionally dry weather Applicants Take Test Abate photo iilfcms. the equipment being loaded Into truck, ('oJ>lM"r Saturday upon posting $300 surety -

Their floor games were almost at approximately one- with some growers picking part will bo. cut up and .sold for salvage. *, whllo lens 1 valuable material bond.

perfect very few bad passes; third of the total number that as much as 18 crates from 14,000 Here WednesdayPreliminary will .... destroyed.
Also arrested
Wall's
Yin From Branfordg were two
few free throws missed would eventually register in this plants.
a
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further west on Satur- very good hard fast break. This was precinct. In South Starke 276 had Dally shipments and averageprices I mechanics for conducting .... negro helpers Junior !Epps: and

hi, BHS handled with great one night when everyone was "on". registered through Wednesday. for the past week are as the 1950 Federal censusIn J.M J. Willie Stephens, each of whom
that had was later released under flSO! (
Branford
squad were set in
and the final score was 68-39 This was likewise estimated at follows: Bradford County

hem no end of trouble in BHS. High scorers for Bradford one-third of the total number of Thurs., Feb. 9-631 crates W<< :motion here Wednesday afternoon r I'1All bond.
t between them this enumerator Sheriff Reddish said It U bel''-
game were Winkler 15: Eaves 14, and eligible!! $8.17; ns 21 applicants for v
r This was a surprising fac- Hazen 11. The present registration Is being FrI., Feb. 10-1361 crates If' positions answered questions which ed the still which could producefrom i

ar as Coach Hobbs :was con- Olrln Beat Callahan conducted In accordance with $8.00; :will Inter help determine whetheror 10 to 20 five-gallon Jugs of

Being worried about thee the Sat. 11 1021 crates W the whiskey day. had been tn
Along with the boys Friday permanent registration systemset Feb., not they get Job. per on- I

> outcome he had his boys night In Callahan the BHS girls up by statute in the last Legislature $7.87; I The tremendous checking full court at the crates gal t the Paul B. Cooner still wh'ch'
won from CHS 43-39. Palsy and which will eventuallybe Mon., Jo"eb.13dl566 < ,tug heads" throughout the Nation yJ

ng of the game. This type Eaves played a fine game at placed In effect in every Florida $7.20; 'will begin on April 1, and the actual tfi y5 ,t was seized last March near the" ,

caught the Branford boys guard. High scorer for BHS was county.A Tues., Feb. 14-1647 crates O door-knocking Job should b* Clay County line east of L iwt.v,

ely off gaurd. They had Phyllis Strickland with 18 points special act, also passed at the $7.00; 'finished around June 1. Informa c the one taken last Friday was being -

pared for it, and as a result At Branford Saturday night the last session of the Legislature, Wed. Feb. 15-780 crates & lions and figures must then be 1 1 operated out of Jicksonvl'le.
ent ahead immediately 7 'made all $7.05. with its output going Into Illicit
girls met their nemesis failing to previous registrationsheld compiled and the completed census _
\ Branford settled down a outscore the Branford girls for in Bradford County null and Plant City is reported to have be In the hands! of President Truman whiskey trade channels in that I

came back to a renpecta- void. around 10,000 crates city.
the second time this season. The shipped by Jan. 1, 10il.I .
quarter score of 10-7,, final score Branford 45, BUS 34. "You'll have to re-register If you Tuesday at an average of $6.66. I Thepreliminary written quiz Sheriff Reddish sold that the I'

the second quarter BHS vote In the next election," Super was conducted In the courtroomhere Wall still was somewhat larger
High for BHS was Sha- !
scorer
fe turned on the heat. Every ron Sapp with: 20. visor Crosby warns.Wainwright Red Cross ProgramIs : Wednesday afternoon by cl and much more modernly equip' i

Pranford threw was Inter- I John F. Ganns assistant supervisor ped than the Cooner outfit. It

most of them going two In the armory Tuesday night To Run Rotary Topic of the Jacksonville district al"'r v was described as a 10-barrel ('III,

Hazen Eaves and Strtcker the BHS girls won the one that capable of
a. and Is designed to old the supervisor producing a flvegaTonlug
| the immaculate!: ones of counted. The winner of this particular For R.R. CommissionPost Miss Bens Macintosh a regional : John L. Moore, In makinghis of shin. every seven minutes. ,

ot..._. ...:,''end of this fast,, game was the one to go to director of the American Red appointments' which will be ti.i There were 74 barrels of "buck l;

riving first half the store the Suwannee Conference tourneyIn Held By KingN. Cross, was guest speaker at the announced about March 20. waiting to be distilled, the Sheriff

.-12, BHS.e Lake Butler this week. Coach Rotary Club Wednesday dlscrlb- It was stated that there will j.

second half Hobba' boys Beyers' girls played their hearts I Ing the organization's program <*f 'I probably bo 10 enumerators working STANDING AT IUQIIT behind the "co<.klnc'. apparatus Ix Shortf The still was housed In a bettered j.laid.

ack and took over again,, out and finally won 3127. Nancy activities in this country both during under one supervisor in Bradford Ked'llnh. Ho wan assisted In rapturing the ntlll by Deputy K. V. Alvarec barn on the old Bud Rowe
.
I the end of the third frame Helntz, Patsy Eaves and Claire I and after World War K. County. (center. \ ) and Htsirka Chief of PoliceW.. E. Thornton (left). place four miles northeast of

was '45-16 BHS. Aboute Cox were Immaculate at guard Miss Macintosh emphasized that Mr Ganas stated that enumerators Lawtey. There was no one lIv. I

the most important partI High pointer was Phyllis Strick- Bradford County has failed to are being given more Intensive InK In the house on the place at

I team began to, roll-the land with 13. raise its fund quota. for the past I', training In preparation for Candidates Slow ."that time/as the operators of the _

tea During the i remainder The girls play Melrose tonight14Fr1daC'l four years and that during this' f Is census than ever before In the Negress Fatally still comifcuUd from Jacksonville

itgann*Tl.turA V..wut.. :....";.J q) st'.4 ,C ee.i L.yta L.- period Nation Aas'aubeldLINt' 3Ju 'hope that the 1050 count will be the "

It, Carter, Hartman Conway wannee Conference In the Lake program here to the extent of moot accurate and complete ever'taken. Monroe ConvictedOf

arren: played the Branford Butler gym. If they*win this one $13 000. During this time the per. I A three-day school will b{" Slabs\ Husband To Qualify Here I
I
cent&ge of local funds sent to EmbezzlementIn
am to a standstill. Eaves they wUl meet the winner of the held in Starke for the training of

ccaln high boy for BHS with Branford-Willtobon contest In tho National from this county totaled numerators before the census- Clay Court

nts./The final score was 54- Lake Butler gym Saturday nigh only $1,000 Miss Macintosh said. taking actually begins, Mr. Ganas Chester Small, 31-year-old negro, J. O. Adklns, Hampton businessman !
National Is glad to died almost and farmer became the first
IIS. at 8 o'clock.Funeral. Although" : said. Instantly Monday W. B. Monroe of Waldo former :
". y help out In emergencies, Miss Mac afternoon about 3:30: o'clock when candidate to announce and qualifyfor office
manager of the Army Casein: 1
Services intosh said. It feels that every Ms wife, RoHlee, burled the blade one of the two place. on the
Wrecking Bland
Charles Bennett county chapter should be self- New Strength Ceiling of a 13-Inch butcher knife In his IVinrd of County Commissioners' office, was Corporation's tried and found guilty'z

Speak In Starke Friday MorningFor supporting, and she expressed hope For National Guard heart to be filled In the May primaries on a charge' of embezzlement In

Mrs. PratherMrs. that the forthcoming fund drive The negrrps uai taken Into custody Adklns announced as a candidatefor Clay County circuit court !1-"

rday, Feb. 25 which takes place In March, will Set At Seventy-nine by Chief of Police( W. F.. Commlimloner from District week. Sentence! was appectle't

Prather 67, long time be a grand success this year. Thornton and placed In the county Four (Hampton Therewia, and pending a possible appeal for anew
Charles E. Bennett will dent of Starke. died r'sl-1 More than 400 cases were hand- The new adjusted strength jail where she will bit held without Graham), the pout. now held by trial. i

{Florida the weekend of Feb- Wednesday at the home of her led by the Bradford Chapter during ceiling for the local National bond pending trial at the Mrs T C Chnslaln who was ap- Monroe was jailed after s.> j

24th and 25th! to resume daughter, Mrs. Helen P. Burgett" D. Wainwright Jr. this week the past year Miss Macintosh Guard* unit was made public from this I spring term of circuit court. pointed to serve out the unexpiredterm audit showed a shortage of $11,. '

|Jes of speeches In behalf of 405 East University Ave., Gaines- announced his candidacy for Rail said. She praised the manner In week In a communication In Roalea told officers that her of her late husband. 107.82 In company funds. Following 'I

mpaign for re-election to ville. She had made her home Public Utilities Commissioner which Mrs. W. R. Morse the only Headquarters 124th Infantry
road and Co. 2nd himband had been drinking and Also coming before the votersIn his arrest the sheriffs off'ce
Jacksonville. ft ,
Hq. Hq
ess. He will speak in with her daughter for the past two Group I, in opposition to part-time paid :worker now employed Bn. 124th Inf. Is now authorized'' started beating her when she returned May Is the County Commissioner uncovered information that M.>n-
,
on Saturday. Feb. 25 at the has car
years. the Incumb..ntVllbur C. King!: by Chapter a total strength of 70 of which home from picking/ straw.b..rrllS pout In District Two (North roe, as he was known here. Is

Mrs. Prather came to Starke in and Grady N. Albritton who has ried on the affairs of the Chapter 68 be enlisted men and 11 / for O. C. Canon. In the SUrke), now held by incumbent wanted by Texas authorlt'e
his campaign for reelectiontt of time and may
1925 from Tonala. Chiapas Mexico previously announce under handicaps officers. enduing! scuffle, Chief Thornton K. L. Crawford. No one has yet, Fingerprint Identification Irdi- j

| maintains that the fundal and resided here until 1918. Wainwright Is the son o' the money. The adjustment left the locnl said, the regress. apparently seized qualified In this race sated that under the name of I

and problem now facing Con- She .was born July 23 1883 in late Mary Alvarez Wainwright The speaker pointed out that organization with only one vacancy the butcher knife and plunged; It Three place, on the School Board VUIIam Roberts, he was sentenr:
the at large National had sent $3.BOO/ Into this
country Juchltan Oasaca Mexico the and N. Walnwrlsrht who served I for which there are already to the hilt Into Small's chest. are aim to be fllli-d( I, with no announced to seven years Imprisonment In
w to nound winter of 9.1FI149 -
preserve a natlon- daughter of the late Jose and PS Tax A. ell or of Bradford County I county during the of several applications. Normal attrition The blade entered candidates to date. These Texas on similar charge., escap'n onomy and Individual free- for disaster relief of victims penetrateddown
Benancla Matus Salinas. for 32 year! He Is the broUier discharges will provide ward slant and are: In 1030. with five years still 0
while achieving needed.Itarian "twisters" that destroyed homes
the widow of the late
and She was of the late W. M. (Bill) Waln- I In this from) 5 to 10 vacancies in the next heart. School Board member District serve '
legislation a Wilbur Prather of Starke. Be- and damaged property
C. While I
ked budget. wright of Tallahassee, formerState county on three occasions. several weeks and Capt. Ingram Chief Thornton happened. to One (Lawtey), now held by J. S. employed with Army
Ides her daughter she Is survived Auditor and who at the time urges prospective Guardsmen to be In Reno at the time of the Norman. Camp Wrecking Monroe also 0"j j
avers to that basic problem of Other phases of the program/
Prather
by two sons J. C. is death In 1918 was a candi- L. to stabbing. Ho had there In rated small theatres In Wa'doand \
contact Sgt. A. Crosby Jr. gone
{indicated by my record In and John W. Prather datehh touched on by Miss Macintosh I School Board member. DlatrlctIIJroClker
Kynch. Ky. < Gainesville during his
he seeks spire
the office now unlicensed
for Insure consideration of their ap- pursuit some peddlers \
ress, Bennett stated. "The of South Pasadena Calif.; >a were Home Service Lifesaving Three. ( ), now held by H. time. }I

passed a broadened Sociality half brother, Arthur Salinas of H JamesR. and Swimming, and the Gray. Ladies plication. and was passing by the Small ,B. Crosby Ralph H. Thomas of
I Keystone ;
Wainwright of Starke.He Capt. Ingram also announces house when he saw the negressemerge I
Bill visitation.
increasingbenefits Mexico five and hospital School Board member DistrictFive '
; grandchildren ,. freights. attorney for Monroe,
received his education at the culmination of an arrangementmade "screaming and carryingon"
BUS
ed for It. I have also introa "Junior Rotarlans" from .
grandchild. (North Starke). now held
given until 18
one great was February to j
School, Bus with the Florida Military Upon entering the house,
Bradford High Tampa
Bill to raise Old Age Are who were guests at this meeting
held In
Funeral services will be by L A. Canova. tile a motion for a new trial. 1 1New
and the Ullvenltyot District In connection with a he found the negro man dyingon
iness
College Godwin
However I opposed and the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel In of the club were Jimmy Four For LegislatureFour '
( Florida Is 49 of and short training cruise aboard an the floor of the living room
; years age
Paul Carter.Herlong ,
oppose the Townsend Bill Starke this morning (Friday) at and announced candidates for
vessel for where he had been dragged by Auditorium
fiscal married to the former Mho Louise Army Freight Supply
reasons 11 o'clock with Rev. L. G. Hem Representative to the State Leg-
Snyder; a veteran of Wolf! War members of the local organization. his frantic wife from Ute bedroom
Shave will Calls islature from Bradford Used By Baptists
fought /or more hospl- ingway offlclatlrg.: Interment Meeting County
I[ and n. member of the American The cruise Is planned to last from where the stabbing took place.
ds for veterans and for other follow in Crosby Lake Cemetery qualified before the deadline February -
and Club Friday March 81, until Sunday Small here On Scout Sunday
Legion, Forty Eight Society Of Smathers I came from Carolina I
.1 I
aids However I opposedus Active pall bearers will be Wm. 1. They are: IncumbentJ. I
Oddfellows, and the Methodist afternoon April 2. Members of the 'and had been employed by the ,
for veterans. The bonus Sapp James Seymour T S. Williams For Monday Night P. Roberts, and Doyle 10. Canner -
Church; former City Coviicllman, local unit will convoy by motorto Hygema. moving company tot Although much work rvmaireto
[d I be of little ai*>stance to Merrill Edwards Julian Enos W. Hayes, and Ovid O. be ..
done the f
Mayor, member of his I'elective Jacksonville for embarkation.A :about a year.Another congregation
ins now. and would imperil Spruce and N. D. Wainwright Jr. Dr. M. B. Herlong chairman Lewis.
Service Board and Count President problem in providing clone-In the First Baptist Church used the :
Bennett concluded. of the Bradford County Smathersfor Merrill O. McMillan) has qualified
conomy. of the Young Deinocl'auc protection at night against Infiltration stabbing-this time main auditorium of the new plant J
Senator Club. has called a for the post of County Surveyor.Candidates .
.
Negro Badly Hurt Club Adjutant and Commanderof I' from enemy pAtrol activity not fatal--took place Sunday for the first time Sunday I
mass meeting for Monday night for all county offices,
ee Hospitalized his'local American Legion Post, was carried out last Wednesday night when Bertha DeSue slashed The occasion being Boy Scout
When Hit By Car at 7.30: o'clock in the courUioune.' other than Legislature, must qualIty -
and represented Bradford CountyIn night at Blandlng. The Guardsmen and stabbed her husband. Luke, Sunday, members of Troop 70 nt
Mowing Accident stated that the not later
The chairman than 12 noon on Saturday
Leroy Patterson, negro" was the IBIS and 1947 Sessions of Smathers organization for Brad- were not told that there wouldbe with a long-handled pocket knifeat March 18. tended In a body and were paid

free Wednesday, Feb. 8th. the Legislature as a Member of an "actual" enemy and a mock their farm home just north of pedal tribute by the pastor Rev
persona were hospitalized hospitalized I ford will be perfected at
County
received when the House where he assisted materially attack by the Intelligence Section the city limits on U.S. 301. Luke L. D. Maine
Sunday night as the result due to Injuries that time and other plans for the
rurles: received when an auto- struck by an automobile on U. S. In the passage af legislation will be mapped. complete with flares and blank was hospitalized but It was not Churches To Conduct Although the exterior of the new
campaign ammunition constituted actual believed that his wounds would church building Is virtually oumilete .
[je driven by Herman E. Mar- 301 between Starke and Lawtey. beneficial to veterans, an Religious Census
of Jacksonville left the high- Patterson was employed as flag schools, aged blind dependent chil- surprise for some of the men. prove fatal. much finishing work remain

I (U. S. 301))) about two miles man to slow down motorists during dren, agriculture forestry and Glee Club Plans Capt. Ingram announces thata The DeSue woman left home Sunday Afternoon"Stay to be done Inside, and the pastor

i of Starke. ran into a privatein road re-surfacing work now naval stores, the cattle Industry Gay Nineties ShowThe waiting list for prospective vacancies after the stabbing and was not stated that the structure will..
has been established, and at home Sunday afternoon" probably not be formally dedicated
I arrested
tills highway. It until she returned there
road crossing and struck under way on and other measures helpful to the Is the request of the
those who desire enlistment will until next fall.
her automobile owned byn Is reported that he had stopped a BHS Glee Club will presenta Monday morning Chief Thornton
the churches of Starke.
of people.
majority
| Smith of Starke. truck and that a car driven by gay: nineties musical revue entitled be considered after the waiting and Patrolman McKnlght\ made
"From my past experience I list has been enlisted In the orderIn This Sunday beginning at 1
ite C. T. Blanchard of Arkansas "Showboat" In the USO the arrest. At last report the Rotary MinstrelSet
Highway Patrolman Hal the entire town will be canvassed -
"illen swung around the truck and hit eel that ram.qualified to serves auditorium Friday night, March which they: register negress had failed to post $300( p.m.
preferred charges of by religious census takers For March 6 7
"as Jackson. dislocating his shoulderand one of your Commissioners, 31, at 8 o'clock. bond and was still In the county ,
and reckless
driving a* from all local churches. Each
It Merchant who was released Inflicting other severe injuries and should you favor me by election Them* of the show will be a FFA NEWS NOTESThe jail. church has had a certain section: I Tickets for the Rotary Crab:

posting $25 bond. Clllen said which will necewitate his beingIn romantic skit using "Frankie and Minstrel, to be presented In the
to this office I will be eternally of town designated ss Its particular i
hospital from 12 to 16 weeks. Johnnie" as the title song. Sucn regular meeting of the : Automobile
hart wa apparenUy driving a and will render faithfullonest Missing district and following a USO building March 6 and T, ,
grateful favorite old tunes "BicycleBuilt Bradford Future Farmersof
as Chapter
arrested on a
60 miles but could Blanchard was sale this week with Q
an hour short meeting at the church the went on Guy
charge of reckless driving and was and conscientious service, for Two". "St. Louis Blues", America was held Feb. 0 with Recovered Here '
Andrews chairman.
Account for the car' leaving census takers will seek to enter as
lghway! released on a $::50 cash bond. always bearing In mind my obligation "Ol' Man River," "St. Louis Blues," 30 members present. Ester Shufordwas home to ask for Rehearsals for the blackfaceun
I Lloyd Alford, formerly of Stark., every questions
"Look for the Silver Lining", and elected to be our Chapter .1'
[Marchant wife of the driver to all the people of Florida. "Whispering"" will be featured. Sweetheart and It was voted to was picked up here last Saturday religious Information.The lest have been under way for

red a dislocated ankle aM Outsize Rutabaga Among other things I will e*pee- Admission will be 50c for adults buy her a Chapter Sweetheart by Highway Patrolman Hal P. public Is asked to remain two weeks under the direction of
leg lacerated lip bruises I. at home until after the visitor I Mrs. Alberta Rlcharda Tr.
Olden In of auto- ,
to assist In possession an
ally strive expanding and 35c for children and high Jacket. This jacket will be presented -
the face and shock. T. J. I?. D. "Uncle Dave"Vood"rd rnctblla which was being used has called and to cooperate fully chorus Is being directed by Cjrl y
Tickets be her at the FFA Banquet
a 6 *-* our rural telephone system with school students may to !
Telegraph
the BItS
nero also of Jacksonville brought In all Roberts. bandmaster.
was and courteously answering;
ed for lacerations of the eye pound rutabaga Wednesday "so the hope that the majority of purchased now from any member some time In March. Preparation "wIthout the owner's consent". The questions. i Proceeds from the production p,
of the Glee Club. Is being made to organize and buy
and Up broken nose and we can show folks that Bradford rural citizens, who so desire. may After the :automobile was taken from Mac- This survey Is being carried on will go for the benefit of the Boy :

k. His wife was treated for County dirt Is still good. Mr have telephone service." About 30 members of the club Softball equipment entertainedby clenny the day before, anti Alford by the Stake Ministerial Alliance Scout fund, sponsored by Rotary
Mill In the product.lon.under the were
participate meeting boys '
foken arm and shock. The I Woodward farms 3 1-2 acres at was turned over to Baker County and the combined efforts of theas.o..lated and for various worthy :funds In ".
State Headquarters will be of Mr. Sarah Future Homemaking girlsat
: the direction : the
I' of Starke. and tn: I .
received only minor cuts his home east law officer [ churches. connection: with school activities. i
maintained In Starke. Glddings. a Valentine party.Erwln
rulaea. :spite of his advanced age raises

'Fine crops of produce. Andrews. Reporter. :


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BRADFORD COUNTT TKLJCORAPH. STARUS, FLORIDA FRIDAY FKlmtT


r'AOE TWO week after upending: acme time :::1


Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED in Mr.North and Carolina.Mrs. Edgar Price, who 1

have been visiting: Mr. Price's sister HOME T A R. L I N G

1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNaa-(DITOsI'ubllehe..l Mrs. Russell Dyal, returned STAR)
on Monday to their home on Long S S

Every FridayrSa and Entered'! tut Second Island, N. Y. OWNED FLORfi

Matter" at the Po tMEMBER Office at Starke, Fla. x 8ur4esslfofr Mr. and Mrs J. E. Adklns and Grocery& Market
tylura grand daughter, J'yce Beal recently -
1950 PONCA. NEBR.- spent several days In

Wherein I shone to think of! Tampa and vicinity visiting ror- SPECIALS FOR TilE WEEK ENDING FEBRUARY 18TII, 1950. f
ai W $1.5G C For Six Month love and |waoe and Ntu *!M Annually country, also In foreign
Hul..rll'd..n catalog realizing: that April countries.our Oh, Dear God. may Mrs. Mattie Thompson and Mrs WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. CaD & Cherry StrNi|
of Jacksonville\ spent
Eva
walt. beyond the door of springs.Beyond Runge
the people all over the world come
here with
and
the Ice-blue lake, the Monday Tuesday
A CR08.S-SECTION OF' AMERICA blue-white mountains to know that they must accept their sister, Mrs. H. B. Wiggins ;

Although and take Thee as their personal J. of Plant City
H.
Anniversary. Mrs. Day
The Boy Scouts! of America Is observing Its 40th Darken against the went. The saviour. Then we will have peace: relatives here this Good "ole" round!
began'wlth a small membership in 1910 It caught on rap blue-black headlands and contentment In the world la visiting
it
Scouts had rolled up so creditable a record of .ner- Here set their boughs againstthe "''I will keep him in perfect peace week, CHEESE And look what a price! 21
idly. By 1918 Boy Mrs. J. C Wynn and little son
evening star whose mind is stayed on Thee.
... to Ita communities that the Congress of the United States granted Keith, were visitors to Jacksonville PER POUND
ice The farm team pauses In the In Jesus name, we ask It. AMEN last week. I_
the Boy Scouts of America a Federal Charter. rutted road Mrs. Byron Glbbs.

. The records show that the current active membership Is two and To wait the fond man letting CLAY HILL. I had nice letters Mrs. W. T. Crosby and Mrs.
forty years from Lang Hazel Grlffls, Murphy, from the Rising Section,
the organization's Elgin
and leaders. During down the bar. /
/a. half than:million sixteen boy million, five hundred thousand have been influenced and Ella Mae Osteen. Some have were callers of Mrs M. M. BETTER BRAND 3 FOR TRELLIS BRAND

more the Scout Oath and Law. As* a matter of fact, nearly twenty percent Turning homeward from the been fishingand have fun. Mr. Matohett on Monday. 2c
by country store and Mrs. Alton have
been identified with Mosley a new
has
of the male population of America today The tall man climbs again beside baby boy. I am glad. I lost your Curtis E. Murrhee

the Boy Scouts of America.The his load address Margarette Cring in MI- DOG FOOD 21C PEAS
purpose of Scouting, reads the Federal Charter, "shall be to Calls with white breath across ami. I have had a letter written Dies In Jacksonville 2!

and cooperation with other agencies the star-rise air, but haven't
time
promote through organization a long your Curtis E. Murrhee, father of '
the ability of boys to do things for themselves and others, to train And knows beyond his door, seedcatalogues street address. Do drop me a card
Wm. Thomas Murrhee of Starke 1
Uiem in Scoutcraft, and to te.ach'them patriotism, courage, aelf-rell- again. .
And dreams "of April waiting and Mrs. Annie Elizabeth Causeyof
About time for birthdays of our
and kindred vlrtures. Pound
ance,
of American life, there two- great men, Washington and Jacksonville Beach, died 1 recently -
cross-section
Scouts, virtually
Today, the Boy -Frances Frost CRISCO
the Arm Lincoln. I always make cherry at his home in Jacksonvilleafter 3 6d
are at the mid-point of a two-year Crusade to "Strengthen We have had such wonderful .
pie on Washington's birthday.Let
brief illness. He was a
to more boys under a CAN
nf Liberty" by bringing a better Scouting program winter weather. Blue skies sunny us keep our country free from
: better trained leaders. This worthy effort will have its climax In a and all signs of wind and winter lo: many government regulations lifelong resident or Jacksonvilleand

treat National Jamboree this summer which will fittingly be held on : gone. The snow has thawed just like Washington dreamed and was employed at tlfe Naval
Pa., where George Washington and and only patches here and thereon Air Base there as a painter. Fun-
historic ground-Valley Forge made it like Lincoln loved It-a
his heroic Continental Army helped to lay the foundation for our the north side of buildings re "government of the people by the eral services' were held In the FRESH 3
of God Church In Jacksonville -
: main. One hear birds Assembly
can calling;
Republic. It will be a gathering of the youth who will be among thenation's people and for the people". Let
Interment was In Rest-
and chatteIngthe cardinal,
us have love for each other and be CLEANSEREACH
leaders few decades hance. '
top a blue-jaye, chlck-a-dees, and the lawn Cemetery.
of
hearts
happy -do not
To the Boy Scouts of America on their! fortieth anniversary, wesay homely English sparrow. HOW my and say a prayer for peace.worry Tomatoes 1!

heart soar with delight when I
: "Happy Birthday! Things are going to be fine. God
walk down the street and hear bless you all. "
the lovely sounds. The sun feels MfWSfMA .
Love Lura.HAMPTON .
UNCOVERING THOHK IIIDDKN: TAXESIn ,
warm on my back, while under

an editorial called "Thoso Hidden Taxes," the New York Herald neath my feet the snow has melted HI-UP LB.

Tribune observes, "The citizen who grins and bears it each week ward and Is the running sewer in Openings.little rivulets I seem to- tih'l; rHT1, n w FLOUR SELF 25 17

when he takes note of deductions from hie take home pay or who to take a fresh hold on life.

gulps when hem akes the quarterly payment on hiM Income tax, has We have had quite a bit of snow ny Mrs. M. C. Sweeney BENEFIT BY THIS Ii RISING BAG

perhaps mercifully been spared a consciousness of the hidden taxes and the youngsters have had a lot GOOD NEWSCOMBINATION

which fall upon him every day .The problem of tax reform, however of fun coasting down hills. One .LIMBER RITES

require. knowledge on the part of the citizens; It Is to tho ad little four year old boy, though I Funeral services for Frank Limber -
met with when his sled SIXTEEN LB. HOMEMADE
tragdey SWEET 45LB.C1 C
vantage of.the Individual that he sees through.the tax smokescreen 92, father of Mrs M. C.
and he were hit by a car and he YOUR HOME TOWN PAPER
down-that ha feel the of what has Hess were held Monday morningat
which the experts have laid pain
was killed. That was the third the aide gives you complete' dependable
been devised to be painless. child In the same family that has grave In Lake Butler local news. You need to know ell

The Herald-Tribune ran a series of factual articles, by Robert S.E'rd tiled--two by autos and one burnedto Cemetery. Gray ,Jr.with, officiating the Rev.: RobertC. that is going on where you Ii... OLEO 19C LARD 5.1

dealing with the Impact of hidden taxes on the ordinary taxpay death. We took the little fel Mr. Limber, who had But you live also in e .

er. It Is a sure bet that not one cltzen In ten thousand has any accurate low's body to Randolph Sunday home with his made his WORLD where big events are in
after the funeral here In the daughter here for the making -events which can
Idea of how deep these taxes cut into his earnings. For Instance rode sometime, had been in ill\ health mean to much to you, to your ;\
chapel. I with Don
on a flO.OOO( house it was found that no less than 039 hidden taxes along for several years, but had a sudden job, your homo, your future for
were involved In the construction, developttment of sits, and purchase to the cemetery. It was a warm heart. attack Sunday mornIng constructive reports and interpretation Pack
lovely day. The roads were good of national and International Factory (
financing. Thess taxes, Mr. Bird says, were collected by the Federal and I thoroughly enjoyed the ride and passed away shortly aft news, there i* no substitute SUGAR 5 LB. 21

and state governments from the architect, builder banks agents, insurance coming back. We stopped at an erward. for THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE (With Order)

companies contractor, manufacturers, jobbers and others eating place and had pie and coffee Sincere sympathy Is extendedto MONITOR. I'

Hidden taxes are not confined' to big'purchase like a house The To me it was an outing even Mrs. Hess and family in their Enjoy the benefits of .being 1t

Foundation found that 1S1 taxes applied to a loaf of bread. A wom- though I rode In a hearse. bereavement .best informed.-locally, nationally,

an's spring hat carried 150 taxes. A mane suit came in for 116. A We have had two big old maple MISHIO.VAItY: SI'KAKKK iritennotio.olly-with paper" and The Christian your Sciatica local SAFETY 3 PKGS. BLEACH 2 !
humble egg accounted for 100. Mr Bird writes: "In none of these studies tree. cut: down. One especially The Rev. Relhead. representa Monitor QUAfi

were local taxes taken into account, nor the Federal and state levies sapped the earth until nothing tive of the Sudan Interior Mission Cfi 1 o.".

on the various steps. behind the supply and manufacturing point. would grow under or near It from and missionary to Africa '-----------3-> -Funds-
lack of moisture. So down they gave an interesting address to'"a MATCHES .29C SAVO 2
As an example of how complex the tax-shifting devices work the ,The ChrtoHen Science Monitor -
came. I will set out shrubs and large audience at the ChrlstlalT' One,Nerwey St.,ease. n."'.....U.I A. *.i.
economists found that even the length of time an article remains in
I want to start a bed of rosei. I Church on Tuesday evening of PIe_ send MO en. Introductory
stock sometimes determines who bears the weight of a particular tax. last to Th. Chrlitlon R.I .
have such lovely, colorful seed week. Technicolor films subscription w.N.nt.rtd
No one know. the actual total of hidden taxes. Estimates indicate catalogs. I have my garden speed were shown of African scenes. and runes. I enclose. St. J

they may run as high. $700 per family per year. And, of course, they bought. It will be such fun to put natives, entitled "The Satanic .
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come on top of all direct taxes. The magnitude of the latter Ia Shown' out my two small gardens and Tribes" and "Broken Bodies." I..m.l Factory Pack

by the fact that In 1949 the average taxpayer worked one month for watch them grow. If one just The films were used by courtesyof RICE 5 u. 2
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the Federal government to pay Federal income tax alone. thinks life Is fun and all the work the Moody Bible Institute and lotd.._.. BLUE ROSE
one does Is a joy I find that that were in the "silent" category,
The F'ederal' government la the blgKent tax eater by far. It takes
la thn secret of enjoying life. I but were explained in detail by ;j--W-j-
71 cents of each tax dollar, w+dle the states take IS cents and local the Rev can truthfully say I enjoy every. Reldhead, as the pictures pet .
units 14 rents. By contrast In 1032, the Federal government took but thing I do, even helping Don when unfolded the lives and hab- I

22 per e.it and In 1039 39 per cent. some one passes away. I feel its of the Africans..

What to Uo about this tremendous problem is a tough qunstlon. that I am helping the relatives to t [
Truby Slade Is still
confined to
The Herald-Tribune says, "The overlapping of tax jurisdictions the bear their sorrow better, if the Shadycrest

continuance of taxes which have outlived their original purpose, the next time they see their loved ones due to a serious Hospital back In Injury Starke
clean and sustained -
crushing proportions of the tax burden as a whole, require the most they are sweet-smelling In an accldentaf fall last
and are sleeping peaceful and look
careful study Rut the first second Is to Chevrolet
step Is to know, and the happy. Yea, there can be satisfaction Friday morning Friends wish alonein
be aroused." him a speedy and
complete recovery
in this kind of work.I .
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11 ALVAREZ' STORE Establir'thedh1894 Ii : (lill III dear from him just old five a man neighbor bought cents and his two extra on wife.the dozen for hill.I gave eggs such A 'her week Mrs.home after L.Friday T.being Johns morning a patient returned of last for to the low-price field gives you all that's beautiful 0 .


nice eggs.. Through the mall to- ,'I pital.several\ Her days niece in Miss tUe Starke Cache Mae hos all that's all that's
!
day I got a 20-piece set of new 'Hall of Theressa has been her thrilling thrifty
.
dishes from a store in Sioux City 'I house guest.
TRANSFER .AND They are for everyday, and have
R. B ALVAREl&SON C STOn.\m co. a lovely yellow daffodil on all of Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Onard

the pieces. I am going to set the Parker of Homestead, will be Interested sEED

r 1 table pretty soon with my prettynew to hear of the birth of
\Ve operate local dishes Whoopee! I love their daughter, on Saturday, February tl a

such homely things. Every spring 10. Mrs. Parker's mother, +V 1
& long distance r buy a, few new everyday dishes. Mrs Dave Dyal and Mr. and !Mrs

QS .Y Jai +!:w+'.GyIMCj+ -. +Ww b, anywhere In V. S. They are so cheap now. It Rives Roy Roark left last week for a
me such a happy feeling to wash visit with them.
:1t s KXCEIXKNT8TORAGK!: them.I I I I Fred Whldden of the Maritime

have my papers and am going/ ''Service Is now home on a visit

N to take another course In correspondence with his wife and family.

''r FACILITIES from the University of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McAl-
Pitt. This time In literature. I haney and Mrs. Mattie McAlha-

Agents For t like to read this time of year. The ney of RcevesvlIIe, S. C., arrived
'
DelcherBros. I evenings are still long. I like to Sunday for a visit with the J. W.

r a See us first! listen to certain programs on the I I I Horne family. The Marvin Mei -
I radio and then read when music'i Alhaneys have already returnedto

,18 on, or perhaps pick up my their home but 'Mrs. Home's
(i crocheting. I am making lace mother will remain for a several
I for dresser scarfs now. Uf is weeks' visit.
FOR ALL TYPES OF good and always hope of another Mr and Mrs Roy Roark and

PEST CONTROL day. Poor Digger, has been I,' two small children Patsy, and The SryUlfee D.lux. 4-Door Sedan

scrathlng. He has never had fleas. Buddy, returned to Hampton lost
WHITE Oil PHONE
: I found some kind of little mite.1
FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand I on him, only about one-half dozen.I

CHEMICAL CO. gave him a bath and brushed Mm::1 Save Time, Work, 'FIRST. and Finest..at Lowest Cost! ft .
good. I will get DDT or some .
2150 N. ALAIIAMA\ ST. TELEPHONE 256141 I
thing 10 put on him.
and
GAINESVILLE FLA. Money! _
HELPFUL, HINTS: A good .
Termites Rodents All Household Pests friend who was a WAC with me 6
sends these two hints. She I Pound Of Your _
Free Iwtswctlon. sad limtm Given by Graduate says Yes, you can expect the
> new
offering choice
a of
Florida add grated cheese to raisin pie 9 you the finest Chovrafer-aitd Chevrolet' e/ene-brings ,_ ,n these _Vs>
of )
Entomologists (University and eat it warm. Also. If you I Laundry Done In standard of powerful, dependable standard or automatic, drive and taper .f fewest ,.?, NEW JTYll-JTAB BODIES BY HSH
Dempsey. R. Saps, RoT V. Rolf get chewing gum on your silk' I NEW TWO-TON FISHER INTERIORS CENTER-/OW
dress hold a piece of ice under low-cost performance from the the finest performance with econ STEERING AND UNITIZED KNM-ACTION 1101 CWINOSHIIIO

I the chewing gum on the underside I 1950 Chevrolet just as you omy from two great Valve-in-Head AU LOWPRICEDWITH CARS PANORAMIC. PROVED VI5ISIUTY CERTI-SAFI. MVDIXW1 DSfe

The gum will harden and, can look to it for the new standard otherRAKES fXrM-fCONOMICU' TO OWN OPERATE sM
engines plus all the
FOR EXPERT WASHING come right off. Try rolling hamburgers -] 40 MAINTAIN.
made real flat In pan-'! Iy CleanReadyTo of beauty, driving and riding ease, features listed here.
cake flour and AUTOMATIC
fry. They taste POWER
and all-round f
safety.
Iron!
like real steak. TRANSMISSION
POLISHING GREASINGTIRES Come in. See Chevrolet for 1950- _
Here Is a prayer for peace bya It's the only low-priced carirst and finest lowest Combination Powerflidt Transmission and 10)lit
at
friend here who cost!
to
goes the Cents Is All It Elllillt
optional on D* Lace models at t\tra tr s
Presbyterian church and is Super

TUBES BATTERIES intendent of our Sunday school. 40 Costs! Try Our AMERICA'S BEST SELLER AMERICA'S BEST BUYI!
About a year ago/ we burled her

PURE OIL PRODUCTS son who was shipped back--klllsd Service Soon! .
over seas. I think her prayer will r
echo in the hearts of all mothers

SEE THE AUTO FOUNTAIN War who II.Our lost. sons overseas In World The Washeteria TORODE CHEVROLET CO

Father In heaven, !give us
.
:Madison: & Walnut Streets Starke, Fla. glad and grateful hearts. Giveus 313 Temple Aveau PHONE 111

the will to listen to Thy voice. STARKE, FLA. ,CALL & COURT STR#





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City was the weekend guest of

PW11Y Miss Ada Edwards Keystone Heights I'
Mr and Mrs. John Bell were In '
Gainesville last Friday visiting
1. IL Futch their eon. Lawrence, who Is a
.-it-tent, at the Alachua County Mr and Mrs. Wm. Reynoldshave Y-OU

! .nomlng worship services Hospital. sold their home on Crystal fIAVE
'jst Christian Church ofgln Miss Barbara Moore of Jacksonville Lake.
t
at 11 o'clock, with was here last Sunday visiting Construction began Wednesdayon
j topic this Sunday, "The her parents, Mr and Mrs. Fred the home of Mr. and Mrs. O.
vatlon," and the Lord's Moore. I Waits. Mr. Waits Is a Naval Officer -
consecrated at 11:13.: : Mrs. Beulah Revels of Palatkawas who expects to retire abort
precedes at 10 o'clock visiting In Lawtey last weekend ,iy.
.
'j direction of Clyde Colntendent. -I Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Munner have
The 7:30: p.m. Lt. Col. and Mrs. John P. Cour- I as their guests,, Mr. and Mrs.
and children. Martha and John,
'>lc will be "Prepare To sey Mupser of) Clarksburg W. Va. ?
j
of Norfolk. Virginia were theguests YET i
,God" Christian Endeaat Mrs F. M. Walrath. Jr. visit- Registered
of the L. H. Hills duringthe
I
6:30: p.m., and the weekend. ed relatives In Wilmington, Del.,
Is
prayer meeting last week.
Mrs. C. S, Bohanan of Miami
for. Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wittlngton
spent several! days in the first of
Sfck, when the Book of
have purchased the residence formerly
this week with her parents, Mr.
e will be discussrd.dren'n and firs, A M. Blanchard. > owned by Mr. and Mrs. C.
Hour la a regularh E. Mitchell.
Friday: afternoon atfck Among those attending the fair
In the First Christian In Tampa last week were the Rev. The Chamber of Commerce met i .l.v+, -
and Ms) O. V. Lee and daughters, I Monday evening at the KeystoneInn y r ', i +,,
'sF+
Homer Swlndnll, mln- ,Mrs Fred Moore and Miss Barbara to lay definite plans for the > r Ai
Moore, Miss Grace Crews, Tom coming year. -
church., In making tie ,
Bouncements, added: "Atil I ra?ev, Marklee Rnulerson Phillip Charlie Miller of PennsylvaniaIs
I welcome Invitation Sullivan, Jimmie Lee, and Benton upending: February in Keystone 'e % w

I all those who wish to i Futrh. Heights.
service, Our. Bibles Mrs May: Wells and son, Ernest, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lawrenceare _
you and you need It. M'*, Martha Bales and daughters. spending several months with ?MA { t 1 v'' .% r', '
you can find a place Mnrtle and Jacque and Mrs A. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Lawrence, M
(me'" H Harlev attended the marriageof Lee Tombs Is a guest at the m
Miss Fffie Mae Barthlow to El- home of Mr. and Mrs Ivan Bcrn- k ,
MEETS bert Green In Middleburg last Sun kopf. a
utey city council met day. The bride is a niece of Mrs Building continues to go alongin
feb, 6, In the city hallJiembers Wells end Mrs. Harley. Keystone Heights. Three residences -

present.! After Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Harley and and one businen building
|d approving the minting ton. Dean, of Gainesville were have been started. Contracts for
bills\ the
current Sundny guests; of Mr and Mrs. three other houses have been let.
c tinned the grading of A, H Harley. Property has been pi.rchaaed for
Commissioner Carlpresent several other homes and additional
and Mr. and Mrs John B. Dye of an -
arrange- business
Ft. Lauderdale were visiting Mrs.Dye's building.:

i made through him for Mr. and Mrs. Don Sb
Pangborn
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A M.
jintv road machines! in
several
spent days during the
Blanchard, last
The work will be done Sunday.
early part of the week in South

pern', week.of a dumping place.children Mr. and Sandra Mrs. W Lou H. ,Jones Angela and Florida.Mr. and Mrs. Donald Klein left Professional Mank Business r Man Farmer Housewife

y refuse was discussed and Bill, of St. Augustine, :were for Hackensack, N. J., Wednes
Inlte action was taken.PR Sunday guests of Mr. Jones's
no further business Uncle and Aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. day.Mrs.. Sydney Church Is visiting

adjourned. IH. Hill. relatives In Jacksonville

!MACCLKNNV Mrs. T. J. Terry, Miss Elizabeth: Keystone Pharmacy, a prescription
\n. Tarry, Mrs. Joyce Futch and drug store, opened for business "-
|tey junior high school Terry Futch, were business visitors In Its
new building this
j team played the Mac. In Daytona last Saturday Mlj S T.
teams on the Lawtey week.Mrs. Everybody Re-register
pay night. Both games The Lawtey Junior High Schoolteachers F. O. Clark of Penney
o the visitors. attended< the Bradford Farms entertained Mrs. AI Nelson -
hard County Teachers Aasoclation! in Miss Gertrude Houser and
S. game was a
,
lie t'om the beginning, Starke last Friday afternoon. Mrs. S. E. McKay Sunday after-

j final whistle the score Mr. and Mrs Bryant Tucker and noon.Mrs.
0 In favor of the vis-I two children of Fernandina were Margaret Andrewson and
Funday guests of Mrs. Tucker's son are visiting her grandmother,
mother, Mrs T. C. Edwards and Mrs. Ella Bird.
<
f,rs. G. W. Roberts had,brother, Carl Edwards. The Keystone Heights Rotary' In Order To Vote !
dinner guests J. H. Club had 100 percent attendance
+ W Hal Edwards of Orange Park
daughter, Mrs. K. A.I last Friday. This being the third
business In
was a visitor Lawtey
,
Detand and Mr Aul-
consecutive 100 .
percent metjtlnijGco.
bis mother, Mrs Mary i last Saturday. Reid of the Clay Conservation .
Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs./ Leo Stabler of
District, was guest; speaker.
|rs Nelson Blacker and ,Jacksonville were visiting friendsIn A large crowd enjoyed a chicken .
antic Beach: were re- Lawtey l lalll Sunday. dinner at the Woman's Club

of Mr. and Mrs. A. I Mr. and Mrs. John Brown entertain..d last Thursday evening The. ALL PREVIOUS REGISTRATIONS IN BRADFORD COUNTY HAVE BEEN NULLIFIED BY A
with a birthday dronerlast speaker for the evening was F. O. '
I by Morgan of Lake Sunday for Mrs. Brown's Clark of Peoney Farma whi told SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE ACT. THIS MEANS THAT YOU M.U-S-T RE-REGISTER OR YOU WILL
\|m th her 81st birthday anniversary/ : and Economic Missionary/ to NOT BE ALLOWED TO VOTE IN THE NEXT ELECTION.

E E Miss Selma Eunice or carrfaonvllle China Korea and Japan.
I and Miss Eula Eunice ofGainesville Mr. and Mrs E. Arnold! have
FREE Removal
ipt were weekend guestsof /Hold their home on Brooklyn .

[tie Crippled Horses&, Worth.Mules, S. Eunice.their parents, Mr and Mrs J Lake to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Greek. REGISTER NOW\ --- BEFORE MARCH 1ST ---- WHILE\ THE BOOKS ARE IN THE

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.\IKV\KK MISSIONARY
GIVES \PTIST" CHURCH: PRECINCTS!
132 Starke 'p
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Sunday School 10:00: a.m.
LWAYS COME !l"la III FAST Morning Worship 11:13: a.m. 1
Prayer; Meeting each Thursday If you register now, with your precinct deputy you can do HO in a few mlnuU-s-without waiting or inconvenience However, if you put

Renderers, I hi- RELIEF 7.30: p.mEvvning this off until after March 1st, when all books are moved to the Supervisor's Office in the Courthouse, you may have to wait in line for

INC. when COLD : Service 7:30: p.m. hours. For your own sake-HECISTKU NOW-WHILE TIIK BOJ1m) ( AT Tim FOLLOWING) ; PLACES:
MISERIES STRIKE -Rev. L. O. Hemingway, Factor

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.> Precinct 1 O> Precinct 3 0 Precinct 5Hampton Precinct 7

(Lawtey) (S. Starke) ( ) (New River)

( THAN 175 MODELS C;. W. Hobert80Hobert's1r.4.: Marian\ Crosby MrH. Ethel: Horn-Horn's Mr :\I. 1-'. WiKKln) ) at
ORE Store. Strout Agency Grocery: Residence

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Precinct 4Graham 0 Precinct 6Theressa Precinct 8
Precinct 2 .i
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TO CHOOSE FROM I (N. Starke) ( ) ( ) (BrookerIrs. )

!\ Irene FaulknerSupervisor's Mrs. Kthel Dempsey at :.Mrs.\ J. I I'. Dickinson atKeMidence r.. II. ('(,I"Ion at( Colson'x,

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-' "" ;"t: ,-'" "i,', Your RepresentativeCandidate Kri: 'Itw jour (I"m..rtNul t t Privilege\ :
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SERIES M 1S50 model Ford truck with stake body. Maximum roichiel. .
weight rating is 1,800 pound.. An eifhMoot expresa body also Is
provided.. One of 175 new 1950 model Ford truck
G. J. McGriff G.E. & Pontiac Dealer
H. C. Wall Agency F. C. Hollingsworth -

LARGEST SELECTION of TRUCKS in FORD History Strout Agency

s tome in and let us demonstrate these outstanding feature* Spacious! cabs!. Stump's Department Store Lawson's Market & Cold Storage
drh'ers.lost
IrovidinK/ "lUintr room comfort" for the-safety and convenience of Western Auto Associate Store
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New 1-speed synhrosilenl
' buUt by Ford.
engine ever
( powerful transmission 6-cylinder that eliminates double elutchmff. Full air "brakes Koch Drug Store Albert L. Crosby

|f two-shoe type and many other notable improvements costs-* that contribute to Denmark Furniture Co. :Supr; isor of KcKislrallon) ;

pore efficient performance and lower maintenance Ed Simpson-Gem Jewelry ,

, Select The Ford Truck Seaboard If. It. Watch Inspector Guy Andrews
Let Us Help You C.: H. Driggers Furniture Co.

Heat Suited To Your Need Setzer's Super Stores J. R. Kelly

Starke Jersey Dairy

N.DREWS MOTOR CO. Carpenter's Drug Store Phil P. VitskyDowling

Green Buick Company
Starke Fla.
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17
BR.\DFORD COUNTY TELEORAPH!: STARKE FUUtIDA \
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Young Adult Class P-TA Founders Day

1' Observed At Meeting
Valentine Banquet Special !

tRHldMlI'e \\ .) \ : G Held Here TuesdayThe
"- \ Outstanding EventOne l i ws 11111 I Ii
i
Bradford P-TA held Its reg-
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of the loveliest banquets! of
Tuesday afternoon, '
ular meeting
/ J the winter season:was given Friday February 14, at 3:30 o'clock In g 7C DOWN
evening, February 1O at KeystoneInn school library.
the Bradford high
June Caldwell Office bv the Young Church.Adult Class of CAROLYN-Jr. :Mrs. H. A. Lawson had chargeof Ii I *> DELIVERS

F..cIlt.or. bone 29 the Methodist the devotional for the after ;
Ph. State Farm 45 Quests were received at the door ,
.. I by Mrs Herbert Deal, claps teacher I rI noon.Mrs. w1 YOUR HOT POINTREFRIGERATOR
..... -- I T. B. Harding, president, *
I for
: Jim Ritch, retiring president, I Well, the fair la all over another ,
Beta Sigma Phi Mrs. Spencer Crews I and Miss Dorothy Swanbom incoming year and BUS has again I presided. The over members' the business decided session. to-
down for awhile tir at
president settled
Pledges Complete Honoree At Shower i The theme of the banquet was I least until some other exciting: sponsor a supper to be held In

"....,ve." The valentine motifwas thing comes along. Hope it won't: the school cafeteria on Thursday
Of Jewels' Farm Club
'Ritual In State
carried out In napkins, favors, be long getting here I evening, February 23. from

Fifteen pledges of the Gamma Mra. Spencer Crews of Palatka" nut cups and place cards-all I I Hear the Spanish class really, 6 to 8 o'clock., to The raise purpose funds for of Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 17-21 Only

Theta Chapter of the Beta Sigma a bride of December, was com- were fashioned In the shape of a had themselves a time In Tampa this supper 1i In the cafeteria.
their Ritual of Jewels with Informal miscellaneous heart. The table decorations were Thursday. Reports are that they, a water fountain
1 hi I passed plimented an I(I invited to attend
Is
Monday evening at 8 o'clock at shower Friday afternoonat red roses and fern, with all-red went to Ybor City where they Everyone
the Keystone Inn !In a colorful tho State Farm CommunityClub tapers in crystal holders placedat had lunch at a Spanish restau-, the supper and Inspect the new

and )Impressive ceremony which house by Mrs L. F. Chapman, Intervals. The guest: speaker's rant and saw a Spanish movie, cafeteria. The menu will consist

was preceded by a turkey dinner. Mrs J. C. Godwin. Mrs. P. D. table wa/i centered with a large: they took In the fair. Best of alf of fried chicken creamed cole pota-slaw, Winkler Electric Service

Mrs. C. W. Dlshlnger. of Jack- Fancher, .Mrs. M. E. Crlner, Mrs. arrangement of American Beautyred they ate practically all day (or toes, English peas, milk,
Chapter conducted carnations flanked on wither should I Iris did). Membersof rolls and Iced tea, coffee or
xmvllle XI Alpha W. N. North Mrs. J. M. Bradley say Starke Florida
the ritual, assisted by Mrs. Mrs. J. O. Caldwell and Mrs. J. C. Hide by branched candelabra with the class that attended were: with peach cobbler. Tickets may Telephone 166 222-221 Temple Avenue ,

also of the XI red Cressler, Alias be purchased from Mrs. T. K. Me- ,.. '
C. O. Kamerllng. Wallace. tapers. Iris Cluff. Ann ,' : -1tr.: ",' : ": :.-- : : u. ;. ,: .
j. J"o:
Alpha Chapter Mlas Ann Know- with Jim Ritch acted as toastmaster Lawson Mary Lou Durshlmer, Clane Jr.. Mrs. W. Epperson 'I. ', :", : ;! .:\tf, '
The club room, arrangements -
lea Alpha Chapter Miss Norma of flowers of outstanding for the evening. The Rev. Homer 'Ruth Toomey Kathryn Colacm, Jr., or Mrs. T. B. Harding.A m'-------- -
and Swlndall pastor of the Christian and truly -, program on "Founder's Day __
F tan ton, Lambda Chapter the setting for the Louisa Humphries yours : _
Mica Winifred Beck, Beta Lambda beauty The was hostesses were assisted Church, gave the Invocation. A Mr. Gibson and Mrs. Hum-' of the P.-T. A." was presented

chapter.. party.In carrying out old fashioned delicious turkey dinner was en- phries (bless their hearts) tookus i by Mrs. R A. Green. Mr W. B. n2

Pledge completing their train- theme In their decorations by Joyed. down In their cars I wouldn't' Sewell Introduced the participantsIn

Ing and receiving their jeweled Mrs R. P. McLendon, Mrs. L. A. The toast to the retiring president have wanted to come back If I' the program. During the social -

pine; wereMrs.. W. B. Sewell, Shepherd and Mrs A. C. LJbhart. was given by Miss! Oleeta could have caught; me one of, hour the teachers Introducedtheir
Sponsor; ; Mrs. H. C. Rltch Director Green and the response by Jim those cute Senors we saw down:' interns from the Universityof
honoree was presented a
; and Mrs. E. Leslie Biggs, The Hitch At the conclusion of Mr. there. How about the rest 0( Florida.
Mrs. Lamar Currie, Mrs. C. 1(. gift of china from the hostesseswhich I Rltch's report of the class activities you gala? Following the meeting delicious
:Wall displayed on an attractively -
Payee, Mrs. Eddie Hartman Miss old for the past year, Miss Patricia By the way. Miss Rosenburg refreshments were served by the
table with
Hazel Fields, Mrs. B. G. Denmark appointed an Lamb on behalf of the class how was Gypsy Rose LeT Tut, freshman committee in the home

Miss Dorothy Ross Mrs.I fashioned and bouquet with a spinning as its center-wheelas presented him with a gift of appre- tut these chaperoned! economics depatrment of the

William Studstlll, Mrs. Merry piece ciation. Hear the dance Friday night school.
the background. The presentation -
Beth Smith, Miss Winifred Wlm- of the other gifts further emphasized The toast to the Jnco-ning president was lots of fun even If there Ann Page Foods are All's. ,,
b<-rly, Mra. N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr.,I this motlff. Sunny Lib- was given by lire Carolyn weren't :many couples on the Young Matron's Circle mado In AAP's own modern
Mrs. Robert Barkadale, and Miss floor. Seems Mr. and Mra. Gld-
hart, holding a nosegay for the Kinney and the response. was given Plans Weiner Roast Ann Page food factories, and
June Hall. bride, preceded her sister Carolyn, by Miss Dorothy Swanbom, who dings kept the place alive.Wouldhave
\who brought the packages In an Introduced the incon.lng officers. been there myself, only my For New ClassThe ___ prepared under rigid quality ,, ,,
bunions were giving me fits -. control.
ATTENTION artistically decorated wheelbarrow.Both The toast to the lass teacher
girls were dressed In period was given by Jim Ritch. and on Good thing ..we have a fair Just Young Matron's Circle of!' ANN PAGE PURE OLD FASHIONED erg"'
VETERANS costumes. I behalf of the class h t presented once a year the Presbyterian Church met
Our Financing Agreement :Mrs Deal with an appropriate Who was that Ada was with Thursday evening February 9, at 20cANN
Make. It PofwIMo. For U. The honor guest, her mother gilt Friday night? Didn't look like the home of Miss Evelyn Stump GRAPE JAM 1 lIb. - - Aeuhir
(Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld) and her
To Help Veterans own anyone from BHS. Better watch with eleven members and one visItor -
musical
A
mother-in-law (Mrs. P. 8. Crave) delightful programwas
Montr Us For Complete him Ada there's a man shortageIn present.The PAGE PT. QT.
8e were presetned lovely rosebud corsages enjoyed. A quartet composed ,
BHS know! Carl
Information.WALRATII as gifts from the hOlltell ea. of the Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swine you Say home was tastefully decorated -
where was Patsy? And If I may occasion with arrangements DRESSING 23c 39cANN
Jim for the
dell, Gilbert Newcomb and SALAD
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&. W ALRA TII Prior to the opening of the gifts ask. Jean, where wat Edward? azaleas and camel- ,
several old favorites. of
Bitch sang':
Ph. 4141-Keystone HeightsSon. contestwas l
an Interesting honeymoon
All these miming persons y
I Miss Garnlta Hutto rendered two las. 9111
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enjoyed. Well "I'm gonna get myself a PAGE 8 oz.Macaroni .
popular numbers. The class quar- The was opened with
meeting
------ _.--- Throughout the afternoon Miss paper doll a dolly other fellows
tet, Miss Hutto, Miss Sharon Hall,
Robert
Mrs. Chapmanand
---- scripture by
::0--------: June Caldwell, pianist, provided I Mr. Newcomb and Mr. Rltch. sang cannot steal prayer by Mrs. James Bunch. or Spaghetti - - 9c a
Overheard about
appropriate background mualc two selections The Rev. and something After the treasurer's report and SApI
W' Refreshments consisted of Individual Mrs. Swlndall sang a duet and Mrs. Harold Davis moving. Wait now, the minutes by the secretary the --
f! girls don't start your tears yeti'He' !'' ANN PAGE Assorted Flavors +
cakes, coffee salad nuts, .Swlndall presented a piano reci- 'flower chairman gave her report.
STARKE FL-:. and mints. The bridal theme was tation ending In some blues numbers -', still in Starke, just movingto Mrs. R. G. Paterson who made the

noted In the decorations of the to the delight of the g-Teets. a different house In a different year books by hand, discussed Sparkle Gelatin Dessert -. 3 for 17c
of town. Feel ?
part better now
cakes and the party(: napkins.Off Mr. and I\["s. Newromb concluded ; these and passed one to each ;

., Mim., TueH., FV*. 19-%I the farm friends and relatives tne program with the duet member ----- -, :-- .
1\oon-1 Mr. Coram mire would have ,
who attended this event were light and Roses". The circle mad plans to sponsor ANN 'AGE R
been a good narrator back in the '
DAUGHTEROF Mrs Hugh Rahn of Raiford. Mrs. A note of merriment was added time of silent motion pictures.He a weiner roast for the newly b
Lefllle Bradley and Mrs. J. K.Chasteen by the intimated valentines whichIntersp..rll..d organized Sunday school class for SYRUP12oz.19c24oz
was sure struttln Jila stuff s r e
THE WESTIn Jr., of Starke, and Mrs. the musical numbers. the other day.when showing his young people, and Mrs. Billy fowling *, .I
Color with Martha Victors, ?t. F. Wiggins and Mrs. E. A. The valentines and Introductionsby was named chairman of the .
history class those film strips .
Snpp of New River each 35c
Hill IfcfA. giver were written In arrangements committee.
Hear George Powell hasn't had > "
rhyme by Mrs. Herbert Deal.Antimated .
Aim News S: Shorts quite enough college work to suit Following the business session
::
.. ... valentines were Mlsa
him and Is to the leader, Mrs. Guy
yet now going program ,
Wf....| A: Thun., Fob. 23 &: 23 ,. PHONE 218 Hall Mrs., Miss Carolyn Ruby Kinney Green. Herbert, Miss Lamb Deal, work on his master's degree. Andrews, Introduced as guest Texan Bunch Dexo Shortening 3 lb. - 61
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nornus FEATUHK and Charlie Parker. What's a degree anyway? People speaker of the evening P. E. Adc1sheimer -

CO'LONIAIFLORIST 'are always.giving me the third who spoke of the subject
GIRL Committee chairmen for this degree about this column "What Part Religion Play In Our CARROTS,2bu.-- White House Evaporated
delightful event were as follow: 'Anyone would think that after awhile Every Day Live!," and then he leda
From God's Country tickets, Miss Lamb; favors, Miss I I would be entitled to mymaster's round table discussion on the attitudes Ice burg 60'sLettuce
MILK 6 3 tails 3
Chester Morrln, Jane Wyattt Hall; place cards Miss Oleeta that may be developed in sm. or -

ANDFac'man's Green; music Miss Hutto, and I Hear Betty and Wayne have children through!: cooperation of 219c

menu, Mrs. Deal. decided their wedding bells will church, home and school. Plain or Seifrising
Territory FLOWERSFOR Forty-two guests were present ring In June. Isn't it
Say about During the social hour delicious
Runilulph Scott, Ann Rlrharilft. ALL OCCASIONS for this enjoyable occasion. time for Vivian and AI to be strawberry shortcake was servedby Fresh Florida, Gram lena Flour 25 lb. 1.3 :

Aim. Latest World News makin up their minds? the hostess assisted by Mian -

Kingsley Lake WMS Sure wouldn't take yours truly Hazel Fields.WSCS CABBAGE, lb. - 3c
Frl. &; Sat.. Feb. 24 &; %3 but about 1-2 a minute to set a NUT(IY: UJ.; PKCS.CLEO .

IMXJltU 1TEATUKK Meets At ChurchThe date If she could only get Fla. Red liliss, Washed
00 Book
someone, to ask her Study Flan 19c Colored
Kingsley Lake Missionary I
MUTINYON There were quite a few proud Begins TodayThe ;
nnptlst W.M.S. met Tuesday night, students Potatoes 5 lb 23c
around BHS last :ove..kwhen -
DISH GARDENS Feb. 7, at the church for the ;
regular ,
Methodist No. 2 1-2 Cans
BLACK HAWK the Beta Club posted their WSCS of the Halves
monthly meeting which
R'.rhar.! Arlen & DIvine POTTERY was Hut of Juniors eligible to join the Church meets this morning (Fri- ....
: Andy 'resided over by the president, l<'rn \\'In sapAPPLES
AND Mrs. Geneva Tanner Beta dub. You know you haveto day) at 10 o'clock In the Educa- Iona Peaches 2 for 37R
POTTED PLANTSFLOWERS make a "B" scholastic average tional Building of the Church to
Mrs. Della Silcox 3 lb. 33c
program chairman -
UNDER ,
to the book "Women of the
belong so have study
WIREDANYWHERE introduced the topic, "How they aright ---r.II" in -MIHIIMI
THE TONTO to be proud. Congratulations Scripture." Luncheon will be server +Y
RIMWith Christian Is America? Mrs. I
Tim Holt Edmund Tenly Wall welcome In a big way kids! at 12-30 In the Educational Florida PoleBEANS I "SlU'EK-RIGHT'Top Quality

'Also. Short & Serial Nona St Stark visitor at this meeting. Mrs. 811- How do you like Geraldlne'a 'building. This Is the semi-annual .I NI STERN MEATS""
new haircut. Do you really study course of the WSCS.
cox transacted her duties as sec sup- 2 Ib. -29cLarge
.=-------- -.. -..- reta -t.reaaurer. pose she's In earnest when she I On Monday afternoon at 3 o' Heavy Western -
i I says she doesn't like It? (Bet' clock the WSCS will meet In the

I she's proud as punrh. Would be Methodist Church auditorium for Juicy'LEMONS 'i13r '

CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'SA myself) .1 their regular monthly business RIB I'tI
Boy oh, boy! How'd you like and program meeting' doz. - 33c
i that snazzy tie Mr. Pectin was FIRST CUT
Complete Line of W I II nittln' around with Monday? really must tw something! .' Yel. ONIONS 3 Ib. -19c
You Wonder why Edward Massey ROAST ?
sure have got good taste lb. 83c (
! "Cold Prevention & Treatment"Drugs HADACOL [heard you bought it true or doesn't stop advertising that minstrel "

I ,I I false show so much and sell people 2nd CUT Ib. 75c
Ana Page Tomato -
I Who were those two girls arguing on the "Gay Nineties" show
j I IN STOCKANAHIST over those two certain boys, the Glee Club's going to put on.
! \ the other day? My my these Now don't you young things fClrIt'.t KETCHUPlBc HERMAN'S ROASTED
15'5, SSc, 40's 98c AT ALL TIMES puppy-loveraj! : about the "Gay Nineties"

; I I 1 Did everyone get lots of valen- at show a price on Friday of admission, March that 31st will- Ann PageSalad Pure Pork SAUSAGE lb.-5St 5 5Jack

tines Tuesday I did, but none

3 A-1112's, 39c'' P r v .. .from that certain party and that make for you nothing.think you Just got Imagine something MUSTARD Sprat or Wilson's Fancy Corn K-! ?
was the one I really wanted.
Carpenter's Weekend 23 or 30 of those BHS belles singing -
Sultana
Who was It that W. W sent onto SLICED
I BACON lb. 3ft 3 3qt
and dancing to the tunes
your
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FOUNTAIN SPECIAL ? Bet I could make a -
a NEOIIETRAl\IINE, 2S' 9c mighty close guess grandma and grandpa loved so TUNA FISH ------33c ,
well (don't tell me history doesn'trepeat
We have a new sophomore a- fast) Could tell you
looov Ca'Green ;iCK
mong us. Name's Patsy Slag, more but might be letting the cut FROZEN Ga. .A. Dressed Q D

ANTAl\IINE 12'5 39c and she's all the way down from and a bunch of kittens out of the RED PERCH
-
-
ROAST PORK Sax Really has got the looks, bacr. Just remember the time BEANS, 2 for 27c FRYERS
FILLETSLb.
too! Better :watch out for these and then come along: and aBe for

SANDWICHSocINHISTON BHS wolves Patsy! They yourself Mrs. O. says It luna No. :2 cams) 33c Lb 49c

: - 39c & 93c"TABCIN really eat up Little Red Ridtn' sure will be fun. and entertaining -
Hoods! too Peas 2 for 23c

How do you young things like Sure were a lot of disappointed QUICK FROZENWHITING CENTER CUT
thore! tm and false tests the Ideal
1 WITII student Tuesday when our B WHITE BACO:
.. 49c 3rd period history class has been learn basketball game with
i Whipped Potatoes!' R Gravy having What, no comment Brooker was cAnC'elled.Vonder DOG FOOD 2 for 25c
Told to be good didn't I? LB. l5c 25c
you If It you really the game they LB.,

\ WE MERIT YOUR CONFIDENCE. were Interested In? Armour S'arCorned
Have Clara and Jack signed a
Q Bring your next prescriptions to Carpenter's and peace treaty Or was there to Overheard teach some Mr people Gibson how off to play rn'r BEEF, - 43c Lux Toilet Soap bar'j j

present them to our pharmacist and he convinced ever anything to that rumor? Cana ta. If I wasn't me reg.

We now have a new slip (no, (with mv not no bright head! Armour Star
\ that our service I is courteous, efficient, quick, and not that kind!) to sign at home mire would take him up on that \ Lifebouy Soap, bath bar 3 for 2*

reliable. Remember, too that we fill all prescription room period< whenever we go any TREET----------
t where. Boy I bet BHS wastes a Hear Julia
L. and Helen H.
4 needs any hour of the day or night. We always fortune .
on paper joined the YWA the other night.' Armour Corned Breeze (no soap scum) Ig. pkg. 2" ,
; render quality drugs at minimum prices. See Where did Ann Moore go Friday That's not for me. I'd rather join

,. us when you have your next prescription filled. night Don't know but she something with the letter B In BEEF HASH - 33c

19 Telephone "64.:' sure did look .worn out Monday It. That Is of course If it had

Or so I heard lots of male members Armour HtarCHOP

Was that Miss Byers looking Here's a thought for tod.1.yyoung
CARPENTER'S 10 disgusted Monday afternoon? things. -. Remember the HAM - SOC

Couldn't have been over anythinglike boyar girl man or woman who
wax, could It? goes around with a chip on their Armoim Vienna I

The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled Do you suppose Peggy will shoulder sooner or later get it

r ... ever atop bragging about that knocked off. Be _'In' youCarolyn SAUSAGE18c ,
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, FEBRUARY" 17. 1930 BRADFORD COUNTY TEL1O.: ....... .y_...,,_DA i
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Miss Polly Mann of Valdosta On. Eastern Star Plans G A Members Enjoy for dlst'u 8lon. Many of the, bowls 1 nr '.,R(..'.... COURT. HHAnronTTY. *..
was the guest of her brother and members' joined In to tell' what The attractive and useful bingo <- P.1.UR.oot.1: CMA/I.. I.
siater-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. >t. C Chicken Pileau Weiner RoastMrs the book meant to them. I prizes were all donated by Starke e'eR: Y.Florence. t,
Naomi llntttn. Plaintiff.VH .
Mann. Jr.. last weekend.. The local chapter. of the Eastern N. O. Maxwell and Mrs, The meeting was closed with merchants and other friends of William notion, iJi-r..rrt&.." CM- '
TWO BIG NIGHTS! Nee that prayer' after which covered dish the Tourist Club.A NO 77KO.OKDISR. !
Star will hold a chicken pilau Teflnle NewHome entertained the OF PITTI-Mr-AltOfC i
alnlly. mwlnry ROTARY MINSTREL luncheon large crowd
was enjoyed those ; was and
by present ,
21. ANt NOTICE TO AHPEAK: rSTATl'I
supper on Friday February Q A's of the Baptist Church
11 TIDE E1 f5 !' USO building, !March 6., from S to 8 o'clock p.m.. at the with a welner roast at the home' present. S E. Sparks and Rev. after 13 games of bingo the host- ] OK FLORIDA.. .to: \VIIIU I t
7. Flames joined the WMU\ membersin em committee served' delicious Batten whcmn r"*til no Is : Unknown -
Maaonlc Shrine Room Call of
Mr
on and Mrs. B. T. Thomas last
.r.ww..aaura Mr and :Mrs\ J. R. Chaateen, Sr.,,, Street by railroad tracks Friday evening. this social hour. chicken salad sandwiches and cold You are required. to appear .* '

McLauren of Ocala Mr, and Mrs. Shad Bryant of and Mr. and Mrs. J. R Chaateen, The purpose of this supper Is toralM The young people enjoyed a After' the luncheon, Mrs. S. R. drinks. !March Court 20th and, 19&:reuse II, In the wherein above plaintiff tiamml I

Saturday here visiting Lake Butler spent Saturday here I Jr., spent last Sunday in Jackson money for the Masonic Home scavenger hunt and other outdoor Sparks \VMtT president called The bingo party took the place peek. dlvnrr' 'Flrsrlford County
Bigg. T "!y spent Sat.! visiting friends. ville visiting Mr*. Fred Lawrenceand Endowment Fund. Price per plate games for several hours. the member. together to ask fur of the regular Thursday night Telegraph neat four Khn.ll,.wkly publish Issues" ibis. orderIn I

ternoon in Jacksonville i Mr. and Mrs O. L. Beanley spent Mrs. Anstl\ Kelly of Osclla.. will bo 75c.: Everyone la Invited! After the hunt gticsLa returnedto their cooperation In carrying out meeting of the Tourist Club The Wltni> mv .bond and rl'lal seal
will regret to hear that! last weekend In Lake Alfred Fla., Ga. On their return they were accompanied to attend. the Thomas homo( where they their part In the World Day of meetings will continue to be held at titurk. Klorl
Long, daughter of Mr., visiting their son Charles Bvasley. by Mrs. Kelly who will The committee for the supperIs were served welncrs with Cokes 'Prayer r which ia to be held at the each Thursday night at the Legion (14th OFFICIAl.1980. SRAI; : ) A. J Tho,,,.*.
Eugene; Long, In con- While there they visited Cypress spend several days here. Mrs. Mildred St. John Mrs and roasted marshmallows. Presbyterian Church on Friday Hall at 8 o'clock. Tourists and I An Clerk of said fnnrt.Hv I I
Shadycreet Hospital for Garden. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Maud Lappe and Mrs. Clio Har.ley. Those enjoying; thin affair were morning February 2*. townspeople are Invited to Haven ('rushy. II. C
(this weok. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cooper ;were spent several! days last week visiting Mlnws Helen fairies. Allese Lawson Ittte"d'i 2.171 .1-10
EB BUY yon ticket for. amongthose who attended the the State Fair at Tampa and Agnes Lawson Julia Lawson Tourist Club Bingo Mr. and Mrs\ John Chalkey of I

PART MINSTREL UKO concert by Mlas Margaret/ TrumAn also were guests of Mr. and Mm.W Mary Margaret\ Wilson, Rar311 .Sanford visited Mr and :Mrs 1 F L ATTENTION
Mardi 8 A ,. at the George WashingtonHotel B. Boyd In St. Petersburg: Beverly Lappe ra Rltrh, Joan Tc-nly, FHoulne Party A SuccessA Dursftlmer Sunday
d Mrs. H. B. Montgomery In Jacksonville Wednesday Mrs. Nate Dyal and sons and Hostess To Class Thomas, Harold Lennon, VernonReddish VETERANS !

Ga., arrived Sunday I'I'n evening< of lact week Mrs. T. ti. Casey and daughter, and GenII Shaw. very delightful occasion, .swell Birthday-Weddings Our "a8lM'lnllIf"'f..t'nC:
pral weeks' visit with Mr, Connie Knight of Keystone Judy spent last weekend In Tampa Miss Beverly Lappe entertainedthe as a financial! success was' SpecialCAKES Melees. It t'_lblp Fur 11.!
'0. Godwin. ''I !dphU visited friends hero last where they attended the State Fair other children of her Sunday BaptistVMU he bingo party at the American'i or I To. IIrlp.I..na..".. Own

of Mr; and Mrs. Billy Sunday and visited relatives. : school class with a weiner roast Legion Hall Thursday night, epon-' I Honir Set 1m For ('.wi.-

: last weekend with 1.11'11.1 I Eeverette McKinney, who U with Mr, end\ Mrs. H. K. Tyus and Thursday evening February 9, at][ Hears Study Book Bored by the Tourist Club Thai I I 1\1."nl: TO OKDMl |..le.., Information.WALKATII .
pan and Charles Fospon I Florida! Railroad and Public sons., Kenneth and Harold !leave the home of her parents on North i Review PastorThe Legion Hall presented a festive !
r 't By i Mrs. Harry Lappe! I & WALKATH
Jin, Fla.'d I ITtllltlci Commission In Daytona todny (Friday) to spend several Church Street ppcnranre with arrangements ofj .. .
j 310 N. Church Mt. I'll. 4141 K ) U) e Height
I Mrs. L. O. lawn spent 18ca'h. spent last weekend here dAY visiting relatives InVest Outdoor games were enjoyed by members of. the WMIT\ or'' spring flowers In baskets and I'

8Y visiting! 0. W. Hazen .visiting! / his parents Mr and Mrs. Florida. the younjj/ folks around the bonfire the Baptist Church met in the ,
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cr and Mr. and Mrs. Donn A l:. MrKinney.si\ Friends will be glad to hear that educational building of the church: I "- ':-," s. -i-, -:':-:': :.:',_ !L. '- :.:. ._- -:';.', :,, .-.; '
| Gainesville. Mary Lou, Durshlmer Drew Reddish returned to his home HoHte.is on this occasion was Tuesday morning nt 10( o'floclt 1

W. Klncald and MM. spent several, diys !last week vlslt- Thursday after upending; last weekIn Heverli-y's mother Mrs. Maud for the review qf Mission Study DENMARK'S

rden spent last! weekend tn>r her aunt, Mlas Margaret Purrhtrrer. Shailycrest Hospital. Lnppe, About 15: young/ guests book. "Burled Living", taught by I SHOP AT .. AND SAVE

a visiting: Mr. and Mrs. In Brooksvtlle. While were present to enjoy this affair. the pastor the Rev. L. D. Hnlnes." .

oppe. While there they I thfI"fIe\ attended Oainnrllln and Luncheon Meeting The meeting opened with "prayer,
the Carnation Ball in tno, Florida State Pair In Tam- after which Rev. Hnines broughtout
Legion
Auxiliary
hey returned home Wed. pa.Mr. Held By Bradford the purpose and meaning of IIOMK I: COMFORT (Ky Serta)

I and Mr, E. S Matthews Children's CommitteeThe The ladles auxllary of this Starke the book. The important three INNERSPRING 29.95 Iteg.l'rI.1'
left Sartirdav for a visit with Legion Post No. Be will hold its points, he stated were: first

their son-in-law and daughter. Bradford County Children's regular: meeting Tuesday evening country and home; second, train- 1'or old P
louncement PP. and Mrs H. B. McLrndon<< In Committee held ita regular meeting February 21, at 8 o'clock at the ed pastors; and third encouraging Dialtrtwa ,
Orlando. at the Crescent Tourist Court Legion Hall on West Call Street (:young people in work, MATTRESS5.00
RRO. ,BOND.5 U on liH WAY! where a delicious chicken dinner All members are urged to attend I The meeting wa then opened

to announce that I ROTARY MINSTREL, VftOhirlMlnr. wan! served by Mrs. W. R, Morse. I .
March fi. 7. The Children's Committee er\ea Compara with any $'ID.P." malt......... Guazanlarli. ( oat .
j>w back in the 1'lum.bContractlnjf Mr. W. G. Halle left Sundayfor as a coordinating body for all the! to |M< most satisfactory for the i>i.>n.''. I>on I.K: 24.95 'J'o ...r

Business MiamI shn will visit her son county! agencies that are connected Or MISUE I'iIZ":.
fill be glad to give you end dAn hter-ln-Iaw. Mr. and Mrs. with child welfare. II Trade Your old Mattress Today!
W. G. Halle. .Tr.. for several weeks Harmon
,
all Morgan Superintendent
|ates on Plumbing. Mrs Y. A. Harris of Gainesville
of Schools was In charge of the SPECIAL Standard Weight SPECIAL!
end Mrs. it. L. Speer of Pnhokcp program for this meeting and presented Saturday. February 18 I Tues. & Wed., Feb. 21 & 22
left :Monday to return to a1nes- LINOLEUMRUGS
DOUIILE: FEATUHE-
same of the outstanding/ -
_fasco ForsythWARD'S villa.. (. after spending several days problem of schools In Bradford BELLS OFCORONADO COIL GLAMOURSPRINGS
h r. vl+ltln* Mr. and Mrs. R. A. County. The attendance of handicapped -
Green and Mr. and Mrs G. J, MeGrirf -
children recreation pro. ri, 'enI
I
grama and financial difficulties Roy lingers &: Trigger!!: i RUGS
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. "F.. J. were the
among problems discuss -AND-
Flynn Sun \ Ronnie Lynch Mrs. Lila Mae. '
:er the Cheats were unable to make I'r I FOKDOUBLE SIZE 9d2
end Mr, and Mr. M, C. Ford, Sr., any expansions; at this time to take I I l5
all of Jacksonville.
care of any of these problems bocaiuut i BEDS '
Mr.\ and Mrs. Harley: t1". Strong of the financial! shortagedue ? were 34.95
nnt'nt la
visiting Mrs. Henrietta state funds. He further stated that STANWYCKCOREY"Thelma i '
&v SALE" : PRICK;
Maxwell.\ any expansion of the school program { I Hal WAWS'/11a1Ihl j ::I.: 3 9 S
.c'dPq /
Mrs. J. B. Godwin and son. along those lines would not
Ilmmv, left last week to Join Mr be possible without public support t Jordon" I Z 95

Godwin In Belle Glade where they as the Legislature Is not likely to lid huge Aswrtrd S1u's. We 9
will make their home. I{provide money for this service THEYCOSIDR0IHW5 .PAUL hILIY'JOAN !ETZEL THIS IS A
A\1Io\
have we cut lu f.t
rug
jour
Mr. and. Mrs. O. J. McGrlff. Jr., unless there Is a demand from the .....,...'!q., seal h hod pet.w j, rooms
and Pat Mcc riff of Gainesvillewere people. -I> STRONGLY Constructed !Make Your Koom Iteaut-

tin for rcliaMe drug /guests of Mr. and Mrs. G'j Mrs. )n. K. Perryman gave a '- IilsnIdW IMns News & Ruddy luau SALE: PRICE: 9 95 |Iful Try A Nice Wool

ilth need at worthwhile J. McGrlff Sr., lust weekend. brief report on the North Florida ftthts FDas isle' Orchestra Mhort. SPRING on H/ !i2:! Face Rag!
.
Mr. end Mrs Shirley Judd and Chapter for Crippled Children and
l'hie
We pride atsmetvrw an Mr,''and 'Mrs C. 'Moore\ .!fend family AdiUts' which, was, formed oivFcb' I "IIouH' of Tomornnv'Cartlron Thurs. & I rl., Ft'b. 23 & 2I$ I II
puloua exactness wllJeh.bto spent last Sunday at Ravine 2 arCryAtaJ Lake Camp. I, A "I't''l'raiIt.' : v.. II I

Gardens In Palatka. The next meeting of th. 'committee I'lKlcruorld" Rc>rlalI'IUII Denmark Furniture Co.

every single preanrlp.mi. Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. J. M. i will be held at Crescent' Sun. & Mon., Feb. 19 & 20
Brownjee spent last weekend In Court March 13 at 12 noon I I
I : "IINI( 15J STAmCE. FJ.J\.
Gainesville visiting; their sister Rouhd't hall i

PHONE 79 Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr. i I B&PW Club Members ds comedy.,, .' .

Dr. an<| Mrs. T G Ritch of wnh a
<1e Avenue I
r Starke, FU. Will Hear ReportsThe
1d j
Jacksonville spent last weekend I ya rj
here visiting Mr and
Mrs II. C
I
February meeting of the RICH ADVENTURE
Brown and Mrs. Carrie ttlteh.
Starke .
Business and Professional
I I 01 THE HIGH
,
--- Woman' Club will be hold Mon-

day, evening February 20, at 7:30:: SEAS I
\ Branch of
very o'clock In St. Edward's Recreation

Hull All members are urged to

INSURANCEILC attend ajt a report on the District

meeting' will be given, and several 'uyne Never ll-U-Y ltd ore You T-K-1,
I
IlU'wll LynnA
-- Items of business are to be brought

before the group. 1'0() "Cu|>nlp (JIU1,." Cartoon'

HontesHc-s for the evening will! W*. .1 &: Annie Han A Wunili'r"
\WAIL AGENCY HSS be Mrs. Loyreo Hartmann, Mrs. I World News Short."Downtown J
Sara McCuJl, and Mrs Desta
Dyal. ...:I------- ._--

PLEASE PHONE 146 't .- .. .. ___ ___ m

Constant Service Over 50 Years :-



HHHBflB BHBaBaaBBaRCLASSIFIED Koch 11. } 'tJ ill: Store


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r-: .. f lJ I. }'OlJ.JIONBY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONKY HACK!

TIIKHB A MANY 5KUIK tlKOCHtV A MEAT !' ___ : _____
I Stager Sawlnir Machines ntnros RtP.""..10'' 4' or r
;
PRICES (;CO/) THROUGH SATURDAY FE/IRUAKY 18th.
,.. ,
}i A fmrmm avallaht In All Makra All :H M| |
vnctlnn only a.throuirn"" 8ln' ....r r R........... r5ee".... .........d. 'I i i1IA Jacksonville Prices" w
mc Machine Co., t(pl N. MarI .. ... ('. Nil Kflilult: U 4 6 U III __.UI II
HI.. .-..k. City r... rtujn; Cesrt A III."...... Stark*. .r.. J-tO) ; ;
K writ or Tlult our *ho OTl' ; and !
e' r I1 1 a :1'F a Saturday Only: LlltltY'S PA.JlOUSr'OUIJS
[:hi rU tTqiiaSl. visa J SELL YOUKTIMItKK I .

I NOW I I'' : Regular/ 15c:; Roll Libby'a Fancy Garden Green Limas, 303 can 25cLibby'
..boo C ttrm, Ban, f*. aa Highest Cash Prices Paid
..... Tender Sweet Peas No. 2 .. 19c
lee A qulpmfent. el.e- Fancy can -
I'nw prlo.... Quick Mirvlm POCKET COMBS 3c Toilet TISSUE lOc
Tall Hvl.Rny tlaffHr. U"TIVnch WILL BUY IN HULK Libby's Fancy Home Style Sauer Kraut, No.2can,2for25c
If ____ ... ..
| : IU BallouHk K4 .. 6 6 4. ___ "' -------------
OR IN UNIT Orchard Fresh Fruit Cocktail No. 2 1-2 29cLibby's
Libby's can
I RENT: Clean dilrabl elom- j Large Boxes 1.JJ: Regular 51 Kuage: ,

furnished tm..nt.. Also(also cottaif unfurnished*. Colonial), EDWIN-W. PECKOr Happyvale Golden Cream Corn No.2can,2for25c

201 W. Madison tf John W. Turner Facial TISSUE 25c NYLONS - 89c Libby's Finest Roast Beef, 12 oz. tin - 45cLibby's

.rt. ...a>t ...... .7... ....... )-. O. Box 463: j _. r .-------- II H ------
d_LowH..... dray. Bwcct war ..Shoprt "....' Gainesville Fl.i.I 1 1I' 20 Gillette Dlue Blades 85c Size Milk Tripe, 24 oz. can 35c

Bt.:, Bt rk.. lfplly4'INTLNS >> .

Gum Cups, Stripe, I'I Send me a post card and I & Shave Cream 98c NOXZEMA - 59c
Ittara, ...
H un FIRST for theMAPRST I will come see :
you lb.
SUGAR
: prlcs. Call pernonallor I. II II 5 2SC
write Sheet Mutal
: Cooper -
.
urtii, Rt. 1. liox "&-A, Starkn, 8"ft"4. IV 11.:1 II III 10 a.It U r
tlll<>.P>l<)' OOK tl'IIH. APea'ralllks.
,
lie on Hwy. 100.) tan C1IAR1.KI C $IIIP1IFRD: We Carry Complete Linen CarryWhitman' '
Court Aladimm 8t' <,. Btark II Val Vita PEACHES No. 2'/2 each 17c
TED cvenlnca by retina, typing-man: Part clerical timerk FOR RENT:- : Large cnnifortabl 1- & cans, -

era) ofrir t have bedrm. furn apt., Tn Inspect apply LENTHERIC I..
rF" IIj'i i
x 116, Stark. 103 W. Madison. for key, tf c{0 llnrth"i

SALE OR TRADE: 11(1 OMC ..... Dry \rmmrn + .....d..,. OLD SPICE: Candies I Wilson's\ Bakcrite SHORTENING 3 Ib. can 59c
<>n truck In mood l ahap. Will baa .t"blloh..01 .a pickup pointat I
..
|1 for late mod'l pickup. If l>.fc_..r'- '.lf! alert! YARDLEYHARRIET I f
l-rnted .... at Fred Moo..'.., r...avt vnur. Inundry .A dry clAanlnir In
|*t.y. 8acrlflc. top at DAIIMBR'H for prompt Mrvlcii.WANTKD AYERCOTY I

: To graft your p.r.lmmon 'reMh ti Papco Alaska SALMON tall each 33c :
n.IlKNTrm.ALSO a 3-rm bungalow cottons ,turn un- and peran tr.... Hoy Kalrh.Hampton cans, -
'h ria tip t-11
clou ln.J._ T. QttlcUy. tf Stock

I REST on SALE Fin. home nn WANTED: flood autom..lll. me- LUCIEN LELONtJ
...
"t A a cottage on Main Bt. chant A'tniirtlv prnpo ltf> see. .. Del Monte COFFEE 69cI
aa or HI. Itp O Ph J 103 Mrilrlff Htark, pontla./ it r>"al a1TFOR i. DUBARRY -------------- ------- 1-pouni vacuum packed can J

..\LP.' .......t. r.enrd. player Complete Line of !
od dead and aM. It r..ot. BALE: pracflrally new Royalp.irtHhl. ELMO '
,. Leo, Grover, Rt. 1, box 'lf, typcwrit.r. little uwdBamaln ..f.nkrvit'w
>rk. Itp at n."p..p..r prlr..d offlrs.. gee John Kemp dh MAX! FACTOR ALARM CLOCKS Fresh CAULIFLOWER, lb. -IDe Sliced! BACON, lb. 25c

/'NED< r-otrpi.E! with tn.ana will ..
rnrmom
small child to ra/M/ a. t'tetr Adropnul rooted PONDS
f"V..ry "geed" hnm. Addriaa: wall. balled ... trade; A Fla: D.&D. I
II 110 r do" Ii'o 4 In- 6
O. Box I Inches P I
Fla.March
|
(31. Bnihncll. bundled or 16 for JERGENS.woonnuuY Fancy TOMATOES Jb 15c
rha. $7.60 per
alp t0 liens lb. 39c
J 12 Camll,,'. H l .rt.r* AmaUaOardnnx - -
SAL ,. Nursery Mr", PaullnRerle ;
& "11 .f. baby I..r.V DRUGSTORE
"tetl.ally. new. It II. I want toy rmilnn. owner, P O. Ens
Large (leads
need play. ...... Mre r.ha. !(*, Rarlton Fls. .KOCH Wt'Ntt'rn
aSia, eoI' Wa.hingloe. Water EVENING IN: PAULS 19c 2ge
SPARERIBS
LETTUCE 2 for lb.
& Itp FOR HALF!: I ."001. l.n1a"1'lni'I{ .: I -
work anywhar"
''f.E H>. Aluo 7Ji. 'i. Us Serve Your Cotmetlc
"' tt Wo t.rm. box Let
< : .lee. ranv. rood ppac, h..at.nrl forr sale,L H. Jordan. Bt. 1. Grade: ABRISKET
yard. Adults or conpln" 3(, mark' lip Needs Free Phone 53 Yellow ONIONS, Ib.----- 5c
Delivery
"Its Infant ..hll... 1% ml. H. of farm STEW, lb. 25c
arks take l I..ft-hand. r 11 8t, bridge. Mr*. C. C. Wyon Sea O. C. Canon at one. Starlip'' -, .. -. _,n ____." .'n _.. ..,;0...... .__.'" 'r" = .
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FEb 17 1950FAOB

FRIDAY, FEBRUAKY'OFFICIAL
....p..D. COUNT* TBUEOKAPn.: STAR..... FLORIDA -'1.


SIX Clinton and Jack ed Court and caune, wherein plaintiff iv!' rinriiiT connT. BftAnronn CHAN SHAD A.I.: Tho mm.* named February. Court 17, and 1960.muni.In Ih. 1
Mrs. Resale .Thomas and daughteof parents. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny ind their sons *eekn divorce.. Bradford CountyTelesraptl (COUNTY' rLOHIIIAl I.V : A* Clark of aaU Court plaintiff aeeka divorce WI"'S
Egg SSSSSSSSS SSSS Jacksonville due to Illness Wayne of Jacksonville were Sat ; ahall pilbllnh thl* Order CKIIY. Pjr Haven Crohr D. (1. control of minor Chlld'.n Itoc i, ,I
Bradenton visited :Mr. and Lewis of guests of Mr. and In naxt four weekly lenue Kathryn OllmarMn Plaintiff' v*. Hay Seldan Helden. Build In*. Daytona County Talairraph hull iV.., .'"'!
BROOKERHOME Mrs. B. J. Lewis Thursday after this week. urday supper Wllnen* my hand and official aeal.t Jamcn A. Ollmartln Defendant. CaaaNo. Beach. Florida Order In n..at four wenin." ;"i
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis of Mrs. J. M. Bradley.Mr. Hlarke, Florida, thla I FebruaryIth 7741. Atty. for Plf. I-I It 224N .. "'Un..... my hAnd alld -
OF PUBLICATION .al at Starke.
ORDER Flnrhl.
'hflt
.
By ha 1\I.e 1.1" noon.Mr.. and Mr. C. *. Strickland Jacksonville vlsltod their respective and Mra. D. L. Nix were OFFICIAL, iUW KAL) *. """ AND NOTICB TO APPEAR llra .. leteatloe. ta H..ln.erFlrlltlon 2/1./ 1950. '

of La Crosse visited Mr. and Mrs parents Mr. and Mrs. E. W. In Panama City Saturday night ( A. ('I..rk ot iJJ.. STATE OF whon FLORIDA.. realdenoe to: JameaA. and Mama (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. j Tb
and Mrs. J. M. and Sunday aa visitors of Dr. and l1y Hav"n Cro"by. fJ. ailmartln Notice In hereby (Ivan that th* ; '7.kD.tC.'ld -
DEMONSTRATION R. E, Hazen Sunday afternoon. Hodges and Mr. William n. Mor.lln.; 'F.flh Floor. addrax.* In. : 641 eint Street Brooklyn undervlfrned. undor tha provUlonaof Hy Haven Cro, .
MEETING Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. K. J. Davis last weekend. Mrs. W. F. Humphries.Mr. Clark Hulldlna-..ck.onvlll Fla. New York. Chapter 209B3 Law. of Florida., T. Frank I tndrum Htark: ": .
(XUB 1-10 *' a-a You are required to appear on will with the Ally, for Plf. i V1m :1. '
and two W. N. North and Ally for Ael of IUI. rearlntar
The Home Demonstration Club Lewis. Mrs. Mattie Sowells and Mrs. Q. E. McCauley and Mrs. _. March la 1K50 In lha above named Clark of the Circuit Court. In and 1
met at the home of Mrs. T. WMarkey Mrs. Pitt Baxter visited Mrs. Leland daiiKhter Wlller.e and Mrs. Con their son Billy returned from iv: rntrrir (-.n RT. niiAnroHn. Court and cau e, wherein plaintiff for Bradford County, Florida, thaflctltloua Clrevlt Court, Bradford C'
visited had T '. KI.OHIUAI. l < CHAM.llary"A. neek. divorce. Hradford County of Clar-Jaa.n Florin Klorldm la tknio-i-rr.
'c" nama
Pal atka. where they (
Miss Alachua Friday Holstein of Stockton. Georgia
Tuesday afternoon. Waters of nie Telegraph. ahall publiBh tbl OrderIn under which wa are .,n\Jall',1> Mariruerlta R. William. PI.
Dorothy Ross Home Demonstration afternoon. Roy Green and children Sunday.Mr. visited Mr. and Mra. J. M. North ..* lluawll. Flaln/lff: / 'Ja vaCatlierlne n..xt four weekly Inauea.Vltneaa aaal and!" dolna; biiBlne..* at 234 B. Call (':; : :i"01.aY1h'.WII.ham.. fcOrder ,
Hazen of A. ltu..Bell, my hand and official Ht.. Hlarke. Bradford County, Florida
V.
Agent, gave Instruction on Mrs. B. Q. Miller of Jacksonville and Mrs. V. since Friday. C".. N.., 1133.!! at Starke: Florida, Ihln' February 8, : that the .aid bunineae :la owned .. ....of. Publication aim "'.....
several buslnesa Starke visited relatives here OF PUBLICATIONANI I9fiO Intervnted B> NTATH Of ri.
meals and Mrs. Lot OJlfll.Jt and operated by th* following .ORllIl
planning visited her :mother ('0"'"'''. I HI>FORD I... Wllllama
it: rnici IT ; > NOTICK TO API'KAU (OFFICIAL SEAL> A. J. ThomaaA parlle*: Hianlay "'h",. .
matters were discussed by tie Edwards last weekend.Mr. Sunday. (flMINTV Pl.OHIUtl. IN! ('MANAlph'n BTATBOF KIJOHIDA I to: fatherIn Clerk of Bald Court. Mra. Kllmaboth Naaworthy. Starha, denfa and addrna la Herlin' M.
t. O. Hazen ofStarka (''':''Y. ||. whoe roaldrnc* la: Haven CroHliy. D C. land.
the nine members present. and Mrs. James W Thomas Mr. and Mrs. L rinlntlff. vIMH A. HI HH By Florida:
SOUl hard.
Mlaaourl. Klnrk Fla. .
VO\l
Pnrkvllle. T. Frank Lnndrum Stark Florida. ar required to
No S. T. Peyton.
Mra. Onota
Refreshments of lemon pie and and Stanley Cronby visited Rev visited O. W. Hazen Sun H. Houtlmrd. I>ufen Mrs of Linden Uth. 1950. In In. al.ova named Court and rauae, wherein BU.Terica
nerved
by A. Crosby No'imnKH
Mrs. C.
nape drink were and day.Mr. OF iunMOATiovANI Court and i-aune. w--' "'"!"- .. rireaU ("....1. Bradford CantyFlorida > divorce cualndv ",f *
T. W. Markey assisted by Mrs Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas NOTION TO AI'I'KAIl: divorce. Bradford CriuntyT rirenlt ('...rt. Bradford. Comity, I In Chaneerr.Henry rhfld 4k auppurt money. for ?
Rosa Plnholster. and Mrs. J R. Hardee of nnd children of La Crosse and 8TATK, OF whoivtt KLOItll roitltluiice!,,:In Lee: Unknown. R.HmKliftrd 1; 1 letrah .hall weekly PUbllHh I:lnmie thl.. O.d.r vi.irittai. in .'..a..n.,Plaintiff va. D Ilevllle, plaintiff, va. Lnl* child nt"1 ,'
Nacher No. 7710
visited Mr. In n *t four Ferdinand Hevllle Dofendant. Can County Taleiriaph aha.ll nutiliu
Gainesville vlaited Mrs. Doris Reed Lewis of Starke Wllncen. mv hnnd ami off'.I..al' Ruth Loawenthal Nac'h..r. Defend Order of Pobl..ra..lo. and. Nntlpa toApprair. Onlvr In next four wm-kiv TVltn
lRTlU"YM HONORED Kelly and children last week. and Mrs. Emery Lewis Sunday. March Vou ISth"re required 1960. In th to. abuv appear named on ; ..t "mark" *, Florida thl FebruaryIb. I I ant. Cane. No. 7715. I OTATM Of n.OUII>\ ta>lIxiln \ ..d.. mv hand unit ?!"''
.. t
.. Votle *
Mrs. Doris Layfleld and son Mrs. Dannie Matt and son, and wherein' plain 1950. Order nt _fclli-a1l *> Pvvllla whona raaldenvc and real nt Starke, florid*. lk, .
Court caufle
celebrate We are aorry to report that SEAL) A. J. Thnmaai f '\..o....... !TATK OK ..onill" tot pont offlca addrea* la unknown: ZS. 1 50.
Gainesville Pmclford County
Illf unrkn dlvornn. OFFICIAL
Glen. of T. B. Edwards and Mrs. Wilson John were dinner jruesta of her Totcurraph xhall puhlli.li thli Ordai i ( An Clerk o( .aM Court. Ruth' Loewenthal Nacher whonsrniildenca You are required to appear, on (OFFICIAL SRAL) A i 'rh',
their birthdays Sunday at the In Alachua daughter, Mrs. Elton Taylor' In next four weekly Innueii, I I By Haven C-roby, D. C. In 87 Avenoe linart Hamolr Feb. 27th '1050 In the above namedCourt A.. Clerk of milcl LtChnrle
Runs are patients Bruenel .1, HelKlum, : wherein plaintiff
20405 and
Law. cauva n.
Mr. and hand ami official nan! ", Attorney at ny Haven Crosby, C
her Wllnimn
of parent mv
home ( ...
Sunday.Mrs. You re"d 'o Bn|> r or. roak Bradford CountyTelearaph
Jaok.onVlllH. are divorce.
wish them "unranty
Hospital. We nt February Life Hulldliiif. R. Mean, 194-01
thin nth
County at Btarkn.' "Florida aliovamimed ',..
Mott here. March th, 111''fI. In'th* nhall publlnh thin Order "
Mrs. N. C W. H. Bennett of Gainesville I
I9I0.OFFICIAL! Fill. .. nh'foln' -Ife Rul1 I'
a speedy recovery.Mr. Courtnn* -Hue weeklv InauenVitnenn
1.10 4t *-sIN In next four
Those present to enjoy this occaalon vlfllted her granddaughter,, ( BEAD A. J. ThomaaAi Atty tor Plf. __ plaintiff neekn dlvoridefend. mv band nnd official. aenl. Ally for I'lf. 1,2' :
and Clark of ald Court.
with them were: Mrs. M and Mrs. Harry Enapp Mra. J. R. Mott last week. By Haven ('roaby n. O : r'nr'IT roiniT.' 'IIt"III1'OIlI) anfn rentorallon rf maiden nnmBrnfford at Stnrke, Florida thla January
of Miami visited ('"..nl)' TclarinPh' hall 25, 191* .
Paul Newton IN til1-
433 Coin.nfal 1"1.01111)1
of Hampton. Mrs. Mrs. Bill Plaster of John J. llendernm Kaq ( 01 next fourw..kl .. .
n. Layfleld Mr. and I publlnh thin Order In (OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. J. Thorn *.
.. .
Mrs. Wilson A" JurkHonvllla, '
Mr. and Lnkeshora C I"'K VCecilia
her parent,
Grover Moore and son Buford oEtarke Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Florida. Wranlt Korn Plalnllff. vaAlfrud )' ltu.*. Aa Clerk of Bald Court.
last weekend.Mr. No7744ORDEll .. .1< annffldnl eaint Py Tfaven Cronby. D. C
Wllklnson. Russ for PH. 2-10 4t 3-S Defendant. Cnue V ii mv h "
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar of La Crosae and Mr. Ally Korn
Strickland .
St.
____ Ptirke, Kloridn thin January' A. X. Adklnn. Jr. 107 R. Union
of Starke Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Alex Williams of and Mrs. J. K. Douglas of Starke IV nnrtiT '.>IHT. "",OFonu OP PUBLICATION 88. 1J.10.OFFICIAL. Onlnenvlllc. Florida,
Jack Simmons *of Monteorh and Jacksonville vlaited her parents visited Mr. and Mrs H. C. Douglas r'ol "'r,. ......,..... ,. I" C .. ,,,- ANI NOTir-H TO Afl'KAIl AlfredKorn. ( BRAL! : > A. J. ThomaaA Atty. for Plf. e 1-27 ft 2-1T

Hr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott oErooker. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green las Sunday. 'CKHV.Miiuda; Ltiella. Jon,," Wh..r.r. Plain' STAT. whonx!' 01' reldenc FLORIDA.. and to uildrena Bjr I'-iven 1"1'0..hY.* dork l T>t.f
weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hazen tiff. v" Hriie* T Whavlor. Defendant. 'I.: J. 8. Hirrleon. l.ow Kxrhnnne" P-ld r.Jarkaonvlll" ,. rrla rnt In R, a"a "required rc"
) to appear or
and fnn* No 774OniHOIl 'You Florida,
and Mrs. Earl Green visited, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazenof OH" PtlHLTOATtOM March 1J. i960. In the abov. namedCourt Atty. for Plf. 2-3 4t 224In 77rf..I.. Cook, Defendant. Caa No.
JOSEPH IIARRIH ANURKHON Mrs. Mary Green were In Starke ANn NOT1OW TO AITKAK8TATR and .cnuna wherein. plalntlflm ,
Gainesville Sunday evening.Mr. Order of Publication. and l'n'I.. t io
Mr. and Mrs. Hewlett Anderron shopping Friday. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and T. Whnel"r OP, whoHa KM)nmltlanco III DA to:lal llruro Un ,.kH I..n dlvorco name. and Bradford'-,,"tn.r.. County?' the birth of a son. ma.< In hnmeiT.Aleene J. {Cook whoaa residence
announce Dewltt Padgett of the U. S Bennett visited Mr. known.you. Telegraph, .hall l publlHh thla Ordal "
Mrs. W. H.
Plaintiff and addreaa I unknown:
*
Roaler Itrlsanco
Joseph Harris, Monday. February Army Maryland Is visiting hi* and Mrs. Jack Simmons of Mont- March 13.are 195(1 required( In tha to nlo\appear named on In next four. mv weekly Imnd ami I I".".'VKwltneH -' ..i"".i int v*. William. K lrla-ancf, Defendant.Caaa You an required to appear on

6, in Alachua County Hospital. friends and relatives here on a eoch and Mm. Brook Perryman of Court. and rauHe, wherein plaintiffneeka Htnrke. Florida thla February No...( Pultlleatlon 7724Order ., nnd Nottf* <.

WM8 TO MEET furlough.Mr. Gainesville Saturday night. Telegraph dlvorra'Hhall puhllrh Ilrndford tnla County Ord.rin 9(OKrMCIAL, 1950. SEAL) A. J. Thoraaa *..n_... "T \Trl Of KI.OHIDA <.!
and Mrs. G. B. Colson Mrs. of Miami Is next four weekly lN ueitWltneBH A* Clerk of .ald Court. William K. Brlarance, whoea residence
will Harry Snapp
The WMS uncial meeting In unknown:.
were cuesta of Mr. and Mrs. Resale niv hnnd anil offlrlal nenl By Hnven Croehy D C.A I and addrann
he held Tuesday February 21 at visiting her mother Mrs. Wilson at Starke, Florida thin nth of Feb.rtiarv J. Thoman. Jr., Sllirkf. Fin. You wre ie.,itirfd to. nppvnr on
c son of Starke Sunday. RUBS d'.. 111 1950.OFFICIAL. for I'lf. '-l 4t 1-3 March eth. 1910 In the above
3:00 at the home of Mrs e to nellB. Atty wherein..
p.m. Little Margaret Colaon of ( .SEAL!: ) A. J ThomoaAa -I named Court and "Au..e.
Eugene Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano were ClerK or Raid, court.By IV CIltClIT COUNT. BHAI>FOR plaintiff *eekn divorce. Bradford !
Starke spent Sunday night and In Gainesville on bualnesa Satur Haven Cronby. n O. r..l''II.rY. FLORIUtl IN ('II ''NMarl'orl '- :County:; ;Telcicraph,,nhall, publish thin WEli
CIIARJUEH; ALBERT PARRISII Monday with her grandparents, I John J. Henderson. E.t| 423 Ooln.nlnl ('.. n V. p "naal I
Ava, LakoHhora, Jnckionvllle, Davl. Plaintiff v... <:'l1l1rI. WltnenB niv hnnd and official
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Farrtah of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Colson. day.Mr.. and 101,.. Mike Tllghman Florida. ** Davl.. Defendant., C..a a e No. at Pfarka, Florida, thin February NE of the bi3seit
Ally for Plf. J-10 4t a-S 1. mo.
LInden the birth of a Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chambers
announce
and children of Gainesville visited "ORDER OF PUBLICATION (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. 'Thoma.
son, Charles Albert February 8Mrs. of Jacksonville visited her parents her parents Mr. and Mrs. 9 !''tOTI"t: AND NOTICE TO API'KAR A* Clerk of aald Court, bargains in insurance
Parrish was formerly Miss Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hodges Notlra In. hereby Riven that. the nndamlKned liT AT I']! OK FIXJniDA to': Churl". Fly Haven ('rn..hr; > C h ha
M. Matt, Sunday.Mr. In aniraicad In buMlnna. DavlN. whoMa raaldenc. and addroaI T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida' ,
Margie Faye Thomas from here oat :..weekend. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy of under tha flctllloun namit of HlitrknJerney I I.: Unknown. Alty. for Plf. 3-2 4t 2-24 We offer the people of Starke Windstorm policy.
Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Edwards Dairy In Rrartfonl. Oounty, You are required to appear onMarch -
Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. O. Florida, nnd ,Intend/1 to remitter the In tho above named
Mrs. Rosa Plnholnter visited T. 13. 1SSO. .
.
of and !. Omit ('.. Kradford Coaatr,
Mr.
Tampa are visiting W. Barry Saturday night. eitld flrtltloua name lo'lhe Offlcaof Court and rauaa wherein plaintiff .n. and viclniiy; one of the most
n. Edwards who is a patient in I the Clerk of Bradford County KlnrMat !. Ckanerrr.Lucille Sec
Mrs. T. B. Edwards and relatives and : tha Clrotiit C'ourt: neek* divorce. Jennie us
Mr. Mrs. O. W. Barry visited Bradford this Ord.r Orlffln. Plalnllff va.
County. Klorldn
hall publiBh
Alachua County Hospital Galne due to Illness of Ed Telrxraph Cane fend flnwt equipped
Mrs. T. Defendant. modern
B. Franklin Qrlffln
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harrell of W. H. Nawsumn, Owner In n".t four weekly lenuen.Wltnenn
vllle recently.R. wards.Mrs.. 1-10 4t 3-1 St..rke. FinAPPI.IOATIOV mv hand nnd official ..enl No. 7723.
B. Thomas of Lake City and M o rill Edwards f Santa Fa Sunday. I at Rtnrke, Florida thin February Order of Pnhllxallom And N.tlc. TeAppevr. welding ehnpM anywhere. Charley E. Johns
r o Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry !''to'rlrt: 0"" ron A. ,q .. tttail* of Florida TotJenela
Starke visited her parents Mr. T\\ IIKKUNOTIfK (OFFICIAL PEAT.) A. J. ThomaaAa Franklin Orlffln. whoaa reIdenca *-
spent Tuesday night with Mr. and IS HEKIOKY CJIVKW that Cli-rk of aald Court and addre..** In unknown: All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S Agency
RELIEF AT LAST and Mrs. H. H. Howard last Mrs. H. D. Lynn of Lacoochee.Mr. J. R Walnwrlltht tha holder of the My Hnven Cronhv D t'. You *ra required' to appear on
week. I' following certificate ha* filed HHld T. Frank Ijindriim Starke. Fla. March 6th, 19SO. In tha abov* Thone IS STARK B, FLleprantln0
and Mrs. Ordell Crosby of certificate* for ala. fined lo haIneuml Ally, for IMf. 2-10 4t S-S named Court a'.1v cauHa. wherein GARAGE
Mrs. Pitt Baxter Is her :
COUGHCreomuliionrtllavajprooiplly visiting Starke attended church services thereon The certificate. Num. -- plaintiff aeek* ), Bradferil
F.rYour her and Year* of InHuunce, the de.prrlption iv c'IHrl''r ('O"IIT. MHAI ""OHIf I> County Telegraph nhall publiBh thlf
at the Baptist Church here. Sun of the property anil thonamo ('1>1'....rY. 1".0'"'' "I ('11.- Order In next four weakly lenueaWitnnBH AND MACHINE SHOP
because ATTENTIONVETERANS day night. In which It wa aavemied nre *I**H YeI.eon'nrda mv hnnd and official
a,* follow: 0111.nl."kl. I'lulntlff. v.. .eal. at Kturke Florida, thla Fab,
il ftoei rigbl to the Mai of the trouble Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby have C-erllflrata No *4; Year of li..u- KdilKliiw, niuinlewMkl. l)..ferdiinl.rR 1. 19CO Temple Ave. Starlte THE TRAVELERS, M fH i 3
to help loosen and expel. fceim laden as guests this week Mrs. Crosby's ance. June t, A, I D. 1940. ('II.* No 1719 OFFICIAL IIF-At.) A..r. ThomaaAn "
phlegm aad aid nature to moibe and Pnerrlpllon of I'roperty: > : OF riMIT.ICATION Clerk of nad Court.
inflamed bronchial Our Financing Agn-wmrnt/ mother Mrs. G. L. Pritchard of WV4 of KK% of 8K\% "SK'l' 1 ofHE AVr> NOTir-R: TO .\pro,.:" n Bv TTaren Croebv. D C.
heal raw. tender Make* It PoMtlhlo For V. Greensboro and sister Mrs. H. H.. % of SUM.' Section 4, TownHhlp STATR: OP FI-OniDA to: 7."s." I 'T Frank Landrum. Stark'. Florida 'if
miwoui_mbraon.Tell yourdruftgUl! 7 South. Han ire !J Hint. eontulnlnK law IMlllinlnwrHkl.' whono reeiilMir' # Atty. for IMf. 2-3 4t 2-24
lit wll you a bottle oi' Cceomuliionith To Help! Veterans OtwnHonir Blountnf Marlanna. HO Acre* more or leu*. and addrnim la: I'l. Koclelna 19-3

.. die undentandinfi you must like .*. Se.. |7n For Complete Name WeonterCertlfUate In. which A"o".d, : I>r. I 10. ,I Jox'-f.iw K, Olworkn on I. In Irenlt C..wM. Bradford! County.Kloridn .. Power to get ahead. .
You are required. to appear
ilia/ way it quickly allays the cough In Formal Ion.WALKATII No. 110; Year. of l..M'I March IS. 1951) In tho ahnv.. n..m.''"Tfourt i la fleaaeerr.Hrlxn Plaintiff.
n- you are to have. vour money. back.CREOMULSION. ance, June I. A D, 1946.Peerrlptlon nnil rnui.o, wherein plaintiff Jobnnon.Johnnon.Defendant.: : Cane; "N';,.Ralph 7722Onlvr
& WALKATIIlh. STATE FARM nf Property: Ilrndford I'ountvTelcKmph '
peek* divorce. o> l>tikllatl. ...n nad Votlcv tvpnmr.
4Ml KrjMtona 1I,>1Kh.. Lot IT. Inrtlnn Kenrli Hertlntm HI Khali pnhllNh Ihla Order XTATf! op pi.onin,* t..> !.
>r Couarhs.Chest Colds.Bollc"itil I" :\.... Bryan \\'hltflrl.lUKIDGK *Knnt.Nnme as. ., Towniihlp' 8 Houth KunKe 13 Hi \nefct four mv wcrklv hand iHHlienVltneea mid officialnent nil Il1h .lohnnon..- whone renldence I I.

In which.: JVaaeiaed: PA.Thomp..on. lit Sfnrkc. Florida, thin I'uliruOKVtf'tM. I unknown: .
You are required to appear on
.
"rv"', 195n. 'March 6. 1150, In thn above named T/Sgt. MiNcety
CLl'II !MEETING All of *ald properly helnff III tha ( PflAl.i A .' ThomnPA ,C.nurt nnd wherein
plaintiffneekn
.nu.
< *
Mrs J. O. Godwin entertained County of Bradford, State of Flor : clerk of aald c-oiirt. divorce A cuMody. AV control :
News l '. "fanes fa
vp" tarttr
*
Important idaUnlen nv Unven rrf Hl v, l> of minor children lradford rI
he State Farm Bridge Club at .*. Rurh rertlflcata or ir>rtlfleate T Frank T..indrum Kmrke. Kla. : nhull puhllnh thla CountyTelevr'kpli OrderIn I
artistic blending of hues washer law *the ahull property h* redeemed. derrlbed. accordlnir In nmhoertlflcate lo I Atty. for Plf, 2.\0\ 4t n-l I nnicf foilweeklv IPBII. .... as expert airplant .1:
".1.( ne).n mY he nd and off'clal, wentat
For Growers and Stockmen homi- Monday afternoon. An or rertlfloate* will bn old i% rimrir C'Olln'. Hit ".F..nn ,
Starke Florida, 'hln February
rtlstlc blending of hues was to th* hlarheet Mrtl>r nt the i * door on tha tint Monday I I. I <' : v. i
achieved in arrangements of a tha month of April, .. IttRO, which lathe KlnmlnlIrldo' .plaintiff, vn, ('pl.1 I Itlnii "",.- <:<-'-..::.;:"1,;,,:'_' ...-_: ',,-- Ij
of bloasoms 3rd dav of \prll 1960. (lliinepplna Comoii-tto Irld.**, |
variety spring that
Dated thin 9lh day. of February llffcndint" Cane Nr 7740ORDKR
were placed at points of Interest I1)BO : OF\ IM'III.ICATION' Louis R. Dean
fOFFII"IAf.IIF-AI.> A. J. Thmnan.I \NI> X"TIC.J Tr> AFM'KAIlSTATE
In the living where the
room Clerk of Circuit Court of limit ford : OK FI.OIMI1A to: Colon. |
fames wrrn played. County Florida. J-10 4t 3-31 Una flltlftepplna: :: : lomoretto Irlde, TAX CONSULTANT Technical Egt. Jones O. McNeely tion. In the U. 8. Air Force anibitloua .

Prize winners :were as follows: iv (".Rr".T c'U"IIT. nK"''''. itiifODNTV. whone renlitt-nre'In PIOm.and.". .n'tdrenn..1 In... ".(..Iv.Urbltrnacvo ;! BOOKKEEPING of Greenville S. C., had the finest ;young men earn while they
In contract aa holder of high Kl.0llll| IN < ll\\. You ore riutitr| core Mrs. D. L. Nix received akit ('I' RY. MRr..h 13 tirn. In the nhov** namt d I! U. S. Air Force Airplane and Engine advancement Is unlimited. Perhaps
Frank Mennler .
.
'known aa Kd- Court nod CHUH "' .r..ln plnlnllffeek SEUVICEPhoar
of toiletries while Mrs. R. P. mund Mual..r. Plaintiff. v.. Hcnrl- dlvorcn, I.TmKorrt' CnuntvlTeli'wraph I Mrchantc School. Now he'swell you too. are qualified fur i
Stubblna' itecond high prize was ';;1. Meler. Defendant. Ca. .a No. | -: Mhnll t ti IlI h thla Ordxr!! launched on a succrsiful cacareer in aviation! Get the wholittory
In next four weeKlv, Inntte*. reer in a field with a future-avia today- see your reeruitM.
i a set of score pads and In "bingo" JonDKR OP PnOLICATTOVAND Wlln.' mv band ;and, nfflrlul' neal
Irs. H. J. Kucera held the lucky NOTirp! TO APPEAtt or Wtarke, Flnr"',.. Ilita. Fehritnry 22!)
HTATR OF FLORIDA to llenrl. IP'" 120:! So. Walnut St. U. S. ARMY AND U. S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING SERVICE
, .
.nrd and was awarded note paper. etta Meieler whon renldenc* In 460 i, (OFFIOIL M"1..) A, J ThonmnAn

To Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair guest .Sllleon.y. Street.\ I'ntternon.' New Jur I.Haven CroMhv Clerk D of C'. ""al
ilaypr Mrs. Godwin presented alandkerchlef. You are required to appear on T Frank l.nmlrum Htnlke, "Fin. Mondays Through Fridays, 10 A.M. To Noon
At the conclusion March 13th 1950 In lha above rum. Ally for Plf. a..10 It 3,3 -1Iri- .
--- -- -- --- -
: <' \ of the progressions a salad course

was nerved.

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberta

were In Jucksonvllle Tuesday to

vlalt the former's sister, Mrs. M.

R. Patterson who was very 111 In

St. Luke'a Hospital. Friends are

ratified[ to know that Mrs. Puterson ,


1 fake it Easy M-SRt.Is and recuperating Mrs. M. E.now.Grlner

Jr., and their ions Martin HI

and Harold left Sunday for Pen-

acola nstructor whore at the Sgt armory.Grtner is army NOW.V.B "ROCKET" ENGINE POWER -

It isn't altvay lite ob\ou! < program/( of fertilizing and Mrs. L. F Chapman was the

pest control ilint pays off best at the market. Often it overnight guest or Mr. and Mra.

pays better for >ou to take time to discover the treatment R. S. Chapman In Orlando Tues AT A NEW LOW PRICE. IN FUTURAMIC

day.Mr. .
suited soils conditions.
best and
to your and Mrs. P. D. Fnneher

One of the best ways to di"cover the most successful had as visitors Thursday of la.st -

applications for your crops is to call tho Wilson &: week Mra. R. J. Green and Mr*. ::- .

Toomcr Representative. Because he lives in your com Sidney Walker of Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold
George I i
he make recommendations based
munity
can 09 your of
Winter Haven spent th( ptsf ,
particular situation. Further back of him stand the weekend with Mr. and ?trs. DeWitt -

research facilities and scientifically trained pcrsonue! of Sinclair. ,
,
one of the most progressive firms in the business. To Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rivera and

make the most out of your crops at the market call your heir children. Sarah and Willie

Wilson & Toomcr Representative today Jr., of Aiiburndale. were visitors
of Mr. and Mr. C. D. Seller and

Mr. and Mr 'P. s. Crews Sun-
H
day.

W&T Fertilizers For Control insects and Mr. and l Mrs. R.V.. Rrnnnrn"pent

rlica! with FASCODnstx ; t"ie weekend with Mr. and I

your particular needs.CKNKKAI. PPMlIdde4 : Mrs. Jack Nelson! in Jacksonville.

Visitors of Mr. and Mrs.. Marion

; ; : CHOI'S frewa Saturday were Mlcsea Eahor I
!SpraysHAITS' and Fn' Ows' of Jacksonville

PASTUKKSPECANS and Mra.\ M. L. Crews.! Sr.. '

: \; of Lawtpy. i I
Weed Control Together with Starke friends.fr. .

\ and Mrs. Cecil Sewell attended ,

the races In Jacksonville Friday


\V&T PRODUCTS AVAlLAKLE AT: During evening.the past week Mr. ami I i

A. S. KOHEKTS. FIELD UEPKESENTATIVEKox lira", Pete Sapp nnd Mr. and Mrs. I

, 6'U! Phone 695-Ited Ocala. Fla. Spencer Crewa of pnlatkit, were
, guem* of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. A Canaral Matorf Valwa. .
Crews nnd of Mr. and Mrs Brya.i FtaiH! Ohlamnliilp. f..",...1 a, lion alarlhn Fuluramir, "83" i* now y..n at a nfm

DEALERS Whit rlo.ld. bwprue/orlW <<,el Uhiml the ..1.1| of Ih| ;i, |rii.nt|| nrw IHlMIIfHJlM lor thf

Carl Johns, Starke ('. ,McSwain.: Law ley Mr. and Mrs. W.V.. McCrarvof / '- ., drivinlr; thriU of >mir lfc, !! The apat.liug .rii..atin of a "Rockel" take-off! That
Jacksonville were gueiita ofUr. 7SC. -A: &O ...ift d' trnl 1 ? .,,l h traffi..r I The .
.. .
oolhn .
: AIJoO; OCALA AND GAINESVILLE: I ,- J .I? .m"c.uv7Jhrn .prr of new
and 1\Ira. Dennis Fanch..rSunday. ; "hirla..a.II "kindle.
/ 7 "' f power ''n the open road! That'.
j ?CtcZ&fKWtee' / Old"m..lil".jl,,. anl l *'ni know l rfor' .
I y" pilot' .I{-.. t. Knpne-; ear 6rry ,
Supper guests of Mr. and Mra. feel. Dmre a "Kmlei! an.l >Vhirla...ayt Mke a .I.-! to i.hRor..;!-
M. E. Griner Sunday were Mr. 8-fDtItsyl HW nrnMAMK TOWf r*
&TOOMER and Mra. Martin Relnau and their SEI YOUR NEAREST OlDSMOBILE DrALER .

children of Palatka. |

Mrs. 1. D'antonlo and Mlaa Ann

FERTILIZER 'COMPANYJACKSONVILLE. D'antonlo of Darby Pennsylvania

were visitor* of Mr. and Mrs.M. I STARKE TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO. Florida

TLOHIDA C. Roberta Thursday.Mr. .
and ),Il's. 'Reeae Bradley








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FEBRUARY 17. lose BRADFORD COUNTY' Ti LEGRAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE 6L'SF.htr&

_.
At The TabernacleSpecial tended church In Lake Butler Sun- Mr and Mrs. J. W. McRae, Mrs tives In Macclenny Sunday.Mr. .
NEW RIVERBy I day. O. E. Crosby and daughter, Beverly and Mrs. J. C. Moody and I r Singing ConventionThe
emphasis on youth was Oscar Gibson of DrLand was ( Jo. and H. M. MeRae were children were visiting relatives in I Bradford
visiting his mother, Mrs. Minnie Malting Mr. and Mrs. Starke County Singing I
noted Tuesday night when a fine Mm. E. A. Sapp I Taylor Saturday. I
group of young men took over the |Grainger, over the weekend. Mrs. B. M. McRae was visiting Harley Starling of Miami was Convention will meet Sunday" afternoon -
service. A splendid message was i i Mrs Melton Kerce: visited Mr. Mrs T. N. Norman In Heilbronn visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jennings I Feb 19, at 2:00 o'clock

brought by the leader, Elmer SPECIAL SPEAKER 'and Mrs. Sinclair Bryan In Ral- recently Starling last week. 'with Graham Christian ClIUIlIh.I .

'- SunDAL Johns and special music was A large crowd attended Long ,'ford Friday afternoon. I The housewives In this vicinityare Mrs. Lizzie Surrency, Mrs. Beatrice I Everyone I.l In' vlted.

furnished by the quintet. Each Bridge Baptist Church Monday Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs busily engaged in preserving Gable, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde -
young man gave Ms testimony and night to hear a message brought j|Dumbar Sunday were: Mr and strawberries and making jelly Surrrncy and children, and Mrs.
' Jist Church Methodist ChurchRev. the entire service was a challengeto by Brother Pat Arnold, a mis- I Mrs Q. M. Warrington and Mr. and jam Stable Surrency and children of

,. R. Hill. PastorIf the older ones presentTwentynix sionary In the West Indies. During and Mrs. Don Parsons of Jacksonville Tampa spent the weekend with CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
congregation of the First guests of Park-of- the course of his talk he'' presented I Mr. and Mrs Padgett of Mr and Mrs. Loon Wynn and at-
M Church moved Into Its we have our enemies, our the-Palms gathered at the Tab- Interesting pictures takenIn I North Carolina and Mr. and GRAHAM tended the birthday dinner for
i hurch auditorium last Sun- friends dare not trust us. Gen ernacle Friday night to bring a Haiti depicting the lives and I Mrs. Gerald Adkins of Hampton. Tom Craves
Although work is service long to be remembered. customs of these people. Citizens of thin community regret By Mr*. John MoKhmey
' ornlng. the building Is usnd uine Christianity must be a positive -I Gordon L. Purdy was In chargeof Next Monday night Rev. Hlns-' to learn of the Illness of lit

implete the first floor was flllt active love which characterizes this unusual event which In- ley of the Lake Butler Baptist'I tie Betty Johns, :who hud an appendectomy ('IItI8('" SPECIALThe I Sandwiches Taxable

capacity at the first ser- all of life. Courtesy Is as cluded many Impromptu musical Church will deliver the sermon. performed In the Graham Baptist Church I Wherever Eaten,
of the Christian at-I selections and testimonies j. Starke hospital -
much a part interesting CELEBRATF": 6.TTII recently. Everyone will be host to the leadership of Comptroller Rules PIIARlIIACIST&f
Invitation Is extend11 titude as Is prayer. "There Is from each member of the ANNIVERSARYMrs. joins In wishing her a speedy the Garden City Baptist Churchof
ordlal neither . bond nor free: group. Representatives from_ sev- recovery.Mr. .
Jacksonville
celebrated her this Sunday nightat Winfred' Hazen, field auditor
to visit the new Baptist but Christ Is all and In all." The eral states and countries were Obey Moody and Mrs. Pete Sapp of 7:30
63th Sun- : o'clock. with the Gainesville area sales tax
! and to worship and en- sermon subject for Sunday morn- gathered In this fellowlI lp. birthday anniversary Palatka were visiting Mr. and
bountiful dinnerat There will be music office, calls the attention of the
s day by giving a special by
of God's house. ing will be The Christian Atti- The Youth of Christ meeting Mrs. Ira Merritt Saturday night
beauty her residence. Tables were the visitors and they will con- public to the following clarificationof
tude. This will be our observance Saturday night was enhanced by and Sunday.
morning the messagetor AH! duct the service. This service will rule 58, just by Comptroller
In the issued
y spread spacious yard. -
of Race Relations Sunday the presence of Mrs. J. M. Hipple I Mrs. Mana Wiggins and Mrs.Mltble
I* D. Haines from the of Mrs. Moody's children were climax several weeks' emphasisupon ; C. M. Gay:
The special offering will go to of Park-of-the-Palms, who gave Sapp attended a shower
of Christ"' will be called Bethune Cookman College at Daytona another of her Instructive and interesting present for this occasion. Theyare given in honor of Mrs. Spencer "Christian Life." "Sandwiches have been deemed:
I Have To Bel"! and Is thee : Mr. and Mrs. Troy Dukes, Sunday morning the pastor,
Beach. Flannelgraph stories. Crews at the State Farm Friday taxable: taken out or eaten on the
of salvation that Jesus Mr. and Mr.- Rev Robert Perkins will
Mrs. Fernie Moody. L. con
The for I She also taught the young folksa afternoon of last week'PINE premises. This covers sales of
Sermon subject Sunday
.,ed. The combined adult and Mrs. Snebor Moody and Mr. duct the 11 o'clock service, usIng ON-TIIE-MINIT SERVICE
evening will be "Wisdom." The' new chorus. It Is hoped that two: three or more hamburgers,
nth choirs, directed by Mrs. I and Mrs Bud Moody. for his theme "The Works of
Green with Mrs. Mona saga of old said, "Wisdom la the Mrs. Hipple will return soon. the or other sandwiches placed in a
Holy Spirit.
will principal thing. Therefore get The Sunday messages were Out-of-town relatives attendingwere bag and taken out of a restaurantand PHONE
organist, sing LEVEL
as begin at 11:00: sharp. wisdom, and with all thy gettingget brought by the Sponsor of the : Mrs. Loony Sapp and Mrs. A large group of his friends eaten. Doughnuts when Day 64 Night
-
i s understanding." work and special music at the Herman Sapp of Raiford; Mrs fty Mr. IL M. McKeU participated in a surprise birthday placed In a bag and taken home, -
% beautiful new baptistry I morning hour Included a violin Johnnie Rutledge and Mrs. Ross, from the tax."
anniversary for Tom are exempt
used for the first time Our Church School Is growingand I of Gainesville' Mr. Mamie Raul- party
, ii t solo and accompaniment by the ;
Graves last The event
ie completion of the bulld- there la a place for you. Be Tabernacle musicians. Sunday erson and daughters, Bernice and > are glad to report that all Sunday.
was held at the F. T.
nday night when several with us Sunday morning at 9:45.: night two beautiful numbers Iva, of Jacksonville; and Mr and the sick folk of our communityare residence. Abernathy

ates follow the ordinance You are Invited to worship withus. were rendered by guests at the Mrs Tom Hodges of Archer. Improving.The FOR YOUR 4 fJ f-X REQUIREMENTS
Mr and Mrs. Robbie Mines and 4
"( am. The pastor's message meeting. A duet was sung by Some other relatives and friends Rev W E. Hall filled his '
"The Symbol Beautiful"e were also present. All wished regular appointment In the pulpitof children, Lonnie Hines, Mm.
Mr. Durden and daughter of the
youth choir, directed by Kingsley Lake BaptistServices Salvation Army Camp and a solo Mrs. Moody many happy returnsof Pine Level Baptist Church Claude Starling, Mrs. Penney It Pays To Trade I With Slade I
fona Canova will lead the was rendered by Mrs. Muller of the day. Sunday morning and evening. A Starling and daughter/; Catherine,
of requested hymns and are held each Sunday Park-of-Uie-Palms. baptism was held during tho even- and Mrs. Kate Starling attendedthe I'UOI'ANE GAS
at the Lake Mrs. Mary Johnson of Clearwater Ing service. birthday anniversary gather.
Kingsley
choruses on the Happyt morning Special events for the near fu- GAS AppliancesSLAI1E
7:30.: Baptist Church as follows: Sun- ture "Dust was the guest of her grandmother Mr. and Mrs. 0 W McRae ing for Mrs. Llzzla Hines In High
are: or Destiny", a
School 10 a.m. Preaching Ser- Mrs. Mary Snowden, and children and Mrs. A R. Mc- I Springs Sunday. She was 74
School meets at 9:45 Bible
day : Moody Institute Scrlpturlc;
11 and 7:30 Monday. Rae and Mr. I years of age and Is the motherof GAS COMPANY Inc.
morning under the sup- vices a.m. : p.m. Prayer film, on Friday, February 17, at son were visiting ,
Meeting each Wednesday night S. L Crews, Mrs. Truba, Hodges and Mrs. Robert Taylor and babyIn 14 children
of E. C. Mann, Jr., andg 7:30: p.m. The five Eppley sis
7:30 C. Wlllifc, Pastor.R. Miss Johnnie Frances Crews. OliiNtee On Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fla.
Unions gather at 6:15: : p.m. W. ter with their many musical Instruments -' Saturday Sunday I Broughton E. Call St. Starke.
by Mrs. C. e. Priest. Neurenberger, Sunday School Including vlbra-harp. and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp at Mrs L A, Crosby and children, and children were visiting rei a-

fi -week service la held each Superintendent. Come worship electric guitar, saxophone cath-
day evening at 7:15: with with us. edral chimes, etc. will be present
(rational message by the on Monday, February 20 And
and a period of testimony CATHOLIC CHURCH last but not least, the Inimitable

1 Teachers' meeting and Sunday Mass 9:15: a.m. Scotchman, Dr. John McNeill,
Sunday School 11 a.m. who needs no Introduction. He
choir follow
practice at
Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. will be at the Tabernacle the THE
weekend of February 24.
endly welcome awaits friend dayBible Study la every Wednesday i

sitor alike at each service. at 7:45: Church Of ChristV. t

E. Jones, Minister a

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor "Our Bible school is growing
each Lord's day," the Rev V. E.

ST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Jones, minister of the Starke
Church of Christ, announced this
week. "We expect to have a bus ,I
efferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town I
available In the near future to

PHONES: Office 231 Pastorium 130 pick up those who wish to attend
0 services but have no means of
JNDAY SERMONS lY:00: A./M., 7Yo'p"M. transportation," he added. "Dropme

:day School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15: P.M. a penny post card stating your IOWPRICE FIELDYou'd
name and address and we will
ID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. provldo you with transportationto

and from church."
SUNDAY SERMON TOPICS The Spring meeting of the

11:00 A.M.: "You Have to Be!I" Church of Christ begins on Moth-

7130: P; 1\1.:'.'The Symbol eautiful" er's Day Sunday, May 14, and
Brother O. C. Thompson of Flint,
Mich., will deliver the message. A
A Friendly Invitation From A tent .
meeting la also contemplatedIn
Friendly Church Is Extended To All the near furture. never guess from the low price tag I
Next Sunday's schedule at the
Church of Christ Is as follows: what a store of quality this '50 Ford offers I

Bile school 10 a.m.: morning ,

worship, 11 a.m., subject, "Can
Hear Hob Gray Speak Sunday the Lord Depend On You?"; Lord's
I Supper, noon: evangelistic service,
evening at 7:30:: p.m. on '7:3,0: p.m., subject, "The Establishment -
I of the Church."

The mid-week prayer meeting
"THE IRON THAT SWAM" and Bible study Is held Wednesday -
at 7:30
: o'clock. The public la

\ special music by the "GOSPELAIRES"First Invited to attend all services.


Baptist Church, Hampton St. Mark's Episcopal I I

: Hev. B. F.. Simmons, Vicar of
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, announces -
Bible school: 10:00-15. T. U. 6:31): p.m. the following schedule of
services for Sunday, February 19.
-Take Your Family to Sunday School- Church School 0:45: a.m. with
classes for all Ages nursery
through junior high.
Morning prayer and sermon beginning -
at 11:00: a.m. by the Rev.
S.V.. Crea ey. Communion; \

TTENTION VETERANS be clock held Sunday morning at 8 o'- d*

The church is open dally for :

BUY BONDS prayer and meditation.Presbyterian .

FORD'S SO WAYS NEW
With Your Insurance Dividends ChurchServices
I YOU CAN Quality feature after feature puts the 'SO Ford to far ahead

at the First Presbyterian e j' .,,,, i of its donut take the 13-way stronger' "lifeguard" Body .. .
Buy YourTELEVISION Church of Starke Sundayare s the "fashion Car" ,tyling-; -now more beautiful' than ever

as follows: the big car "feel"' of Ford's Improved "Mid Ship" Ride,
SET 9:415: : am. Sunday School. (A cradled in the low, level' center-iection of the ear.
Classes for all ages, and qualified

With Shepherd's Easy Terms! teachers for all classes. EVEN AND QUIETER, TOO !
11:00: am. Morning worship
service. Special music by the ? ? Ford' 100-horjepower V-8 show its authority in power, yet
.
r
choir under the direction of Mrs. r e .2 keep ill voice down to a refined whisper. And new "sound

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDFULLY II. B. Peyton. s' conditioning" keep road noises out, too. You're even. Emulated
Visitors are always welcomed.. s, from bumps by Ford's "Hydra-Coil" and "Para-Flex" Springs.
1 rid They virtually "soak 'em up"l Best of all, the price is hundred
CIirRCII OF JEHUS!' CHRIST! ,I II; .' less, than you'd guess even Ford's powerful V.8 sells for
OF TirE LATTERDAY HALNTH ,' hundreds .less than most 'Sixes.1*
The Church of Jesus Christ of

Latterday Saints wilt hold Sunday <' ,. QUALITY !
School every Sunday at 10 a.m.
and Communion Service at 8:30: r}' '

p.m. Sunday. Everybody .Is wel- !.' '. "
come to the services in the Masonic

EQUIPPEDThe Hall. on Call St. -

CONGRI:GATiONALIIETIIODiST
most modern and efficient equip- CHtKCH; SEE...HEAR...

ment available to the profession! is Services every first and third EBl--tAe d
Saturday night, Sunday morning G(4K t/ 5tce.
used by this funeral home in main uid Sunday night, 11 a.m. and

taining its well known standard. I 8 p.m.Church at Congregational on Brownlee Road.Methodts at yon FORD OEAt..ERANDREWS
I I :
Rev. Ernest Orlffli, pastor

CIIL'KCII OF GOD
DeWITT C. JONES Rev. L. S. Winiams. Pastor

8th A St. Clair Bts. '
Starke Fla.Ambulance.
Phone 7 ,
Sunday School 10 a.m.

Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. MOTOR CO.Madison
Funeral Director Servicer Sunday Evening. Service 7:30: p.m.

local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences and Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. .

services act otherwise available.turnah' Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: pjn.

,.... PKNTECOSTAL: : HOLINESS'"
STARKE FLA. Telephone 118
I & Adams Streets ,
and 10th St. and Temple A....
at lowest prices. ,
e the highest type service
ANT Sunday School 9.45: : a. m.; Morning I
cept ANY Itfe Insurance policy In force. Issued by
Worship 11 a. m.; Evangel's-' !,
company, as payment In part or la full oa a funeral. tie Services 7OO: p m. Everyone!!
Consultation carries no obligation. welcome. j TEST DRIVE A 50 FORD IT WILL OPEN YOUR EYES i

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BOADFOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,'8rft YE:. FLORIDA' FRIDAY, FEBUUAltY
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I You Must Live In Your Home To Claim Brooker ElectionSet Florence Humber..tone Lists ehlld Bradford i ,'...
Ford Now Offering T. B. & Health Assn. Rites Wednesday >I Defendant.I VOUCH Nn63 four hall Publish iMVuM- rrdm,T"
Here For.H. H. HowardAt Homestead Exemption, Duval Judge RulesTax For March 6thA ORDER OF HimLJCATlON weekly "
r Wltnesa
Largest SelectionOf Spent $675.50 'AND NOTIOH: TO APPEAR mT hand! 'n ,

Truck ModelsThe During Past YearA Rock ChurchHarrle Assessor Guy Andrews calls ''that the petitioner In this case Is mayor, five councilmen, a KTATM Florence. OF Humberktone FLORIDA TO Lleti.: atthtarke, Fluridt, Ih ,dff r rl';I

the attention of the public to a aged, that she has no other place town clerk and a marshal will whose resilience. and addrea. Is: (OFFICIAL' RJ<:ATI A I"I"I

new 1950 Ford truck models total of $875.50\ was .spent In Hardy Howard 51, resident recent court order Issued by Judge she can call her homo In the sense be elected :when\ residents of Unknown.You are required to file your appearance Dy Haven Crosby rU ',r Ys I
are now being displayed by theAadrews this county for the prevention detection of Brooker section for the Miles W. Lewis of Jacksonville required to give her tax exemption on the 2lh( day of Man 1-11 H 3.10b.
Motor Co. of Starke and treatment of Tubercu yeast' 25 years died suddenly which might serve to clarify a but If a person could abandon a Brooker meet Monday, Mar., 6 at 3 A, IX and 1VKO cause, In the wherein abovenameCourt Plaintiff ... e .ws"ss. I

The 1050 line offers more than loafs last year by the Bradford Tuesday afternoon following a point over which there has been place for 18 months and rent It pm. In the community hall to decide nenka divorce I and thereafter file
considerable ines.ase County T B. and Health Association long illness at his home near Home misunderstanding concerning and claim It as a home-get the whether or not the town<>> your Answer or other pleadlng-H anprovided IT'S SlJ/4RT -1
:S75 models a liy 'law;; or decree pro oonreimo -
over the 1940 line-up, rep- according to the organization's Brooker. He was born In Fairbanks homestead exemption.The rental from the place! and pay no should be Incorporated as a city, shall' be entered against you PLANNING
Jan. 21, 1899. the son of Ilrndford Telegraph, Khalipiibllnh .. I
of financial report approvedby on taxes the tax laws would be de- County "
selection Lewis's ord..rwall
the largest gist of Judge
All freeholders
yiencntlng Howard and who are qualified thin order In the next four
tricks In Ford history. Its board Monday night Mrs. Elizabeth Vanre : "Your home may be your feated and the humane purpose weekly l issues.Witness 1
the\ late John H. Howard of Faire voters as determined by the records To Call Tony
In the 1950 model W. B. Sewell Association President castle, but don't rent It to someone of the constitutional provisions my hand and official Beat Stevellil
Featured\ at tttnrke, Bradford County, Florida, Your ,
tracks 21 engineering designmad Mrs. W. H. Graham, banks. else If you want to claim home would be converted to a use for of the County Supervisorof thin 14th day of February, A, D.
are .
advancements president and board members Besides his mother, he Is survived -stead exemption on It." which it was not Intended"The Registration, and who have resided 1950. Commert'ial
manufacturing by his wife, Mrs. Virginia A for six months to A. J Thomas, Clerk of said Court. *
contributing to more efficient present at the meeting:, held In The ruling r/om fudge Lewis petitioner testified that she prior FW Haven Crosby: Deputy Clerk.fllFUCIAl. Wedding
M.
Howard; two daughters, Mrs. March 6, 1950 within the *
$
the J R Wainwright residence home "so pro- 8KAL. Banquet
tcoMMnlcal performance and low- came as the result of a suit filed had not abandoned the
Mrs J William H. Gainesville. Fin. '
Edwards, Starke, and bong
E. posed territorial limits of the city .
r' maintenance costa. received the annual report from again the Duval County Tax Assessor far as her mental attitude and Intent Atty. for Plf. r-17 4t 5-10 And Birthdu'
T. Klnchen. Jacksonville; a stepdaughter are urged to be present. In the
Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght, Secre "
concerned the
by an elderly woman who are opinion PICTURES'STEVENS
1950 models are powered Rabbit
TTrio Mrs. Jeanette
; initial election only qualified freeholders -
of the Association.The IN 1"1'1'1' rot'RT. BRADFORDCOI'NTY.
tary-Treasurer
homestead continued. "She claims it Is her.
horsejMnver was seeking exemptionthat
cubic Inch 95 -
the 228 four Alvin .
Vtf Jacksonville; sons. are authorized to vote, FLORIDA/ CHAN
financial statement shows been denied her her home she it is her castle. .
six cylinder Ford truck Howard Starke. R. C. Howard had ,on ; says but all CKHY.Ethel PHO
others interested invited
the 239 cubic Inch 100 that In 1949 the Association spent property. All this is shadow, and the substance are Byrd. Plnlntlff, VI. WalterClarence
ogtne; Jacksonville Roy Howard Gaines to be Iiyrd Defendant. Case No. FINISHING
for health education, $1 3.M levied this matter is the fact i present. I
:horsepower V-8; the 337 cubic $213 ville, and Edwin Howard Brooker: Taxes are annually, the of 77S4.
Inch 145 horsepower V-8 and axvcently to bring the State Board ofHealth's two brothers Henry and Gl'1, judge pointed out and this specific that the land is no longer( her The city government Is being; OTinEU:: OF PUBLICATION Wheel every roll IIIDev.'loped J
mass to house and lot residence. Her and physical I received mainly in order that: ANI NOTICT3 TO APPEAR
developed 254 cubic inch X-ray program :were rentedto age Walter'
!Howard both of Fairbanks; seven I STATE OF FLOKIDA to: Prlauxl EiJ
I1O horsepower six. This -Miglneioed Bradford( last August 940 for sisters, Mrs. Alma Ponds Mrs I a tentnt in June 19 8. Since condition have nothing: to do with! Brooker may qualify to receive Clarence Byrd, whose residence la:, or
.
treatments of patient $110.76 for that time, the had this as bearing on her payments from teh state under Unknown.You I LOCATED
In the F-8 series Is the moatpowerful Effle Morgan and Mrs. Nora owner not reSided case except I are required to appear on' AT DART|
nix-cylinder ,lenglnj ever services to patients, $60 for milk Farmer all of Fairbanks; Mrs on the property."It Intent, but Intent Is not sufficient the new cigarette tax law.I'll March 20th 1950 In the above. named : GIFT SHOP-110 [!
Cali
for underprivileged children $35.15for \ Is true," Judge Lewis said,.,to make residence." Court and cause wherein plaln-
tmllt by Ford. .
J. B. Grover, LacoocJiee; Mrs. cinoriT/ COURT BR..DII'ORJ) seeks divorce and custody of minor I
of the 1949 ChristmasSeal -- --- --- ,
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expense rnilNTl FLORIDAIN CIIANCKKY. -
A new tour-*pepd synchro-silent Florence Hunter. Alachua: Mrs .
tmuimlsslon: that eliminates sale., and $81.05 adminis- R. B. Thomas 'Lake City; and !MELSON REUNIONMr. Florida Motorists Claude J, MoCool. Plaintiff vs ZollaII 'I. -
is standard e- trative expenses The Association Mrs James Bevla, Jacksonville. MoCool. Defendant. Caee No.
Mlmble clutching
\ began its 1919 year with $833.27In Funeral and Mrs. W S. Melson en- Warned Of Drive 77S. Van H. Priest ,Co.
Tolpment on the 254 and an extrabevy services were held In onnRit OF ptnrricATiON I I
; duty clutch U Included. the treasury. The returns from the Rock Baptist Church near tertained with a small family reunion To Curb AND NOTICE TO APPKAIt .I
the 1819 Christmas Seal sale a- SpeedersBetter STATE FLORIHA to: Zella IIMuCool.
Outstanding features of the Brooker Wednesday afternoon at ,at their home on South whose. residence. and ad.
mounted to $ 18.63! but 28 per. dress IK211 Klie Street! N., Little Anniversary
19CO models Include 15"x6"\ rear cent of this sum $153\ .04, :was 3 o'clock with Rev Donald Mar- Church St., last Sunday. A delicious watch that speedometera Rock ArkannaH : I FEB. 2 5 FEE,At,
tmiH w with aluminum shoes on tin, pastor of the Brooker Baptist dinner little more closely these days. I You are required to appear ClnlIrar..h 1925
turned to the National T. B. turkey was servedat 195
:11'-'7 models. They have a double Association.over The local organization Church officiating. Interment was noon. Florida motorists have been I and 20. 1 cause>50, In, therein the above plaintiff namedCourt thSA L r: {) I

cylinder and self-energizing hy- has on hand $503.36 to In the church cemetary under the warned by H. N. Klrkman, director soaks divorce. Bradford County *0
carryon (direction; o.' DeWitt C. Jones Members of the family enjoyIng Telegraph shall Publish this OrderIn
ktrsullc actuation. Full air brakes of the Florida HighvayPatrol I
Its work until! the next Christmas next" four weekly tneuenWltneeM Sale. 'AU r
at the two-shoe type are nownvafUCble Seal Funeral Home. the hospitality of Mr. and that speeders will be ar- my hand and official seal! Come to our "Silver Anniversary" during
sale.
at ftarke, Florida, thin February month of February you'll find special value in '
r
for F-8 series models. Mrs. Mel on were Mrs. Melson'sparents rested. 15, 1960.
rilling the special require- The Board approved the budget Temperance Clinic Mr. and Mrs John Boon Kirkman said thai! 83 person (OFFICIAL, REAL) A. J. Thomas, department of our store. New specials and new i
for 1950 during the meeting. A* Clerk of eald Court
went of many truck users are Held At Tabernacle"America of Hawthorne: her sisters and were killed In traffic accidents In fly Haven Crosby r>, C. chandise will be coming into the store all during
Che 176-Inch wheelbase now avall- their families Mr. and the State during January-a 21 B. K. Perryman Htarke"" Florida sale.
Mrs. Her-
idle on the F-5 and F-8 series for I Airpark Church would vote dry right ert Story and baby. Mr. and Mrs percent increase over the number Atty. for Plf. __ 3-11 4t J-10

Vmdkfl in the 14 foot range. In To Have RevivalA now If given a clean-cut chance to Bussard and son, Mr. and Mrs. killed\ during the same period I"('011 CrltCi'IT NT", FLOII1IIAI(coi'HT BRADFORD IN CHAM- IPLASTBC TAKE)) GCCD) ) )!
ttix F-7 and F-8 series there Is vote 'yes' or 'no' on Prohibition", H. V. Bryan and daughters. Mary last year. Excessive speed was CFH.Y.Marmaret.
mow a 147-inch wheelbase model revival meeting Sun. Ann Pat and reported as the chief cause of Mary Kite, Plaintiff. vs.
opens said Raymond J. Jeffreys national Sharon and son, Fnrraet lute, Defendant. Cane. No. Made by DuPont-flood for kitchen or bathroom
tar tractor* and dump trucks and day morning at the Airpark Baptist speaker for the Prohibition National Ronnie all of Gainesville accidents. 7758.
at 178-Inch wheelbase for 14 foot Church located at the corner i Committee at a TemperanceClinic "If you are forced put peopleIn ANI ORDF NOTICE! OF PITtilCATION TO: APr::Ai eSTATE thins shower curtains, and protective( coverings! 3f

1bocIIe.. of Orange St. and Conway 1 held in the Gospel Tabernacle DANCES DISCONTINUED jail to keep them from killing OF FLORIDA to: Forrent ches: wide. Comes in several colors.
Forward control parcel dollvenry Airpark the Rev. L. G. Hemingway Annex here Monday night I themselves, we can do just that." Mite IH: Unknov/n, whose residence and address r

models are available In the F- pastor, announced Wednes- Mr. Jeffreys based his argumenton The Friday night dances at the Kirkman declared. Patrolmenhave You are required. tn appear" on YD DURING THIS SWATCH
PER
3: Merles with wheelbase lengths day. The service begins at 11 the fact that wherever givena USO, sponsored by the BHS Glee been Instructed to stop Issuing Court March and 20. 1950 cause In, wherein the above plaintiff named .1 C

at 104 and 122 Inches and In the o'clock. chance, the majority of communitles Club have been discontinued.' warning notices for speed seeks. divorce. Bradford County

Y'-6 aeries with 134-Inch wheel- The revival meetings will con have already voted dry. He violations and to make arrests. Telegraph next four shall weekly publlnh\li-num thin I OrderIn

..... the latter on a special order tinue for at leant one week, with said that one-UiIrd of the townships I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: : Florida law provides that any Witness mv hand and official pool our WINDOWS for NEW and BETTER wl I
Thasi.. The units are offered with services DISTRICT ,NO. 4 In of 50 at tarke, Florida, thin February
daily at 7:30: p.m. The in the United States, which highway speed excess 15. "611.OFFICIAL.
.cIia Le. grille .windshield and Rev. Sam T. Mayo, missionary to I. one-third of the total area of, I hereby announce my candidacyfor miles per hour at night 'and 60 ( SBAt.) A. .J. Thomas,
Croat quarter windows. Special migrants from the Southern our County Commissioner miles hour in the daytime Is As Clerk of said Court
Baptist country geographically, are i of District per ny Haven Crosby D. C
reedy builder. In all parts of the Convention's Home Mission already dry. Over half of some : 4, comprising Hampton Tharesaa prima facie evidence of reckless T Frank nndrum 8tarke. Florida, VAN H. PRIEST CO.5c .
xmmtry' supply a wide range of Board, Is the evangelist and will states are dry and all af Oklahoma and Graham. If driving. Atty. tnt fit. -17 4t I.HI
elected I
TxxBce from 250 to 450$ cubic foot preach at each meeting. Is dry, he continued, and the sentiment promise honest and faithful service 1"1 THK riRCl'IT' COIiKT OP1r'l.ORIOl to $1 Up ---=- Clyde Prie.sUat )
WHY PAY MORE Ve Eitter- RIO 11TH JUDICIAL'IRCI'IT
capacity.: "He has a dynamic message In several other states Is Your vote will be greatly IN ,'NI> FOR HltII-' ,
'The F-8 now has a single speednear for us come each evening at overwhelmingly dry but they have appreciated on May 7. brook Fountain Prim (fl.73)) Se-I| FORD roi"VTY iv (.'IIANC.R at Southern Stores Nlta ****". Mj<
b it. Bradford John Lints, Jr.,
tort like
point -
axle as standard equipment 7:30: o'clock" pastor Hemingwayurges. never been given a chance to vote -Mrs. Jessie you { Plaintiff. ,
wttti a two-speed axle also avail- on the Issue. Chastatn County Telegraph. v.

mb:a A hypold single-speed rear i ...
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..... is offered for F-8 series and I II
Odd Strawberries John Chesser
all models have the 57, II
gyro-grip I
crotch, roll action steering and Brought To TownThe Died February 1

Mtunty The F-7 quadrax and F-8 rear scries axles.have a record for unusual straw John Cheaser, 57, employe of the Furniture CJ I ktp

Usable channel frame for adequate berries so far this season goes to State Prison at RaIford, died Wed-'
support of the heaviest Ancll Norman who brought one nesday Feb. 1, In Shadycreat 1"tr
large fan-shaped one to the Telegraph Hospital following a brief Illness. I
I office last Friday and also: Funeral services were held last H A R I
ATTENTIONVETERANS one monstrosity that looks like Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock In STORE-WIDE

'Mother I Nature ran short of materials Pine Grove Cemetery near Ral BEGINS
I and tried to get about ford with Rev. G. E. Cutshaw of
Our Financing AjcrwinontMnftm eight berries on the same stem. 1 ficiating. Williams Funeral Home,
It Powilblo For V. I The berries on this latter freak, Gainesville, was in charge of ar- .
To Help Veteran" Qwn i were all merged together so It i rangements. F TODAY -

Ifoinra. Hw (Ye For Complete ,was Impossible to tell where one; Survivors Include his widow, Mrs.
Information. ended and the other began, and the' Laura Rosier Chesser; his mother,

WAI.UATII & WALRATH: whole effect was of a"nonegay" Mrs. Arrle Sparkman Chesser; FEB. 17

.... 4141 -Keystone Height 1 of strawberries on a central stem. three daughters Mrs. Ruby Kirk- Easy'Terms STARKE FLORIDA Free Delivery II
I Mr. Norman has 30,000 plants, land and Mrs. Elsie Young/ of Ral- ,
,which he says are In fine condition ford, and Mrs. Mildred Copeland,

except they could .use some stark; one son. Earl Chesser Ral-
I rain. ford; a brother, Lester Chesser
Gainesville; and two sisters, Mrs.'' TWO USED TWOPIECEBedroom

In Case of Sickness I Cemetery Working Dollie Gutbrle and Mrs. Irene Ad-. 'I'

Who Pays The Bills I There will be a Cemetery WorkIng kins, both of Hawthorne. Suites I Living Room Suites

MAIL THIS COUPON at Klngsley Lake Missionary World Day Of Prayer 1
$415 each
1 Baptist Church on Friday Feb : from $89.95 up
- -. - 2$. All Interested persona are Will Be Observed

Paul Raymond Agent urged to attend.
AU Starke protestant churchesare
Florida Mutual I
uniting in the World Day of CHROME
Box 933; Starke, Fla. loads Prayer at the {Presbyterian 9PIECEDInette

JTVanA send A new heavy .. Church on Friday. February 21. Sets
me mmptateformation duty threp- dsynchosllent SolMjMaple| Dinette: Set
on the Fli>rl tional for aeries F-l 10:30: p.m., The public Is invited.
: Ilaa of Honpltat through F- from
*.>.. '*lion.3Bao 3.Gross $59.95 up Greatly Reduced!

vehicle weight rating for
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the 1950 line range from -4.700

Adrrmt __?____?..?,_.__ pounds In the F-l to 22.00O pounds ,
In the F-8 straight truck and USED OIL PLATFORM

l&'t' 30.000 tractor pounds and trailer when used with STOVES & RANGES ROCKERS & SPOT CHAIRS

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f v Recent were births:, In Shadycreat Hospital ; Bargain Priced! All Reduced!

HIALEAH'SllorCfl Mr. and Mrs. U H. Hardrick of

Starke a girl Marlowe Sue on I -

February 8. I GIBSONMETAL UPHOLSTERED
Mr and Mrs. A. r... Vernon of

Waldo a girl on February 5. GLIDERS SOFEWBEDS
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Batten of o
Starke a girl Betty Louise on
: : -1J/ / February 7.
$49.95
I J-a rtotte Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thornton of In Plastic & Tapestry

Starkt, a girl, Connie Diane, on -
February 11. -

I flAMINGODAYFriday J. O. ADKINS ANNOUNCKSXK '- I NESCO & FLORENCE I WHITE KITCHEN CABINED

OOUVTY COMMISSIONERDIOT. :
NO. 4 I RANGES DISH CABINETS

J U. Adkins of Hampton announces
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| METAL CABINE1
UTILITY
his candidacy for Courty
March 3 Commissioner Dlst. 4 (Thereasa $32.95 to $149.95 CABINET BASES

Hampton Graham). He was born
and reared in Bradford County and -

has been a resident of Hamptonfor


'or Flamingo F I i g Parade r for He 25 the feels year.Job that being he well Is well experiencedwith qualified [BEDROOM

road work. He Is a farmer
and business man a member of SUITES
the Christian Church and an Odd
Birds are paraded only once a Feuow (Adv.)


yearFlamingo w.C T. $79 to $290 '-r- :$
V.W. \

C. T. V. p
"ANY BOTTLES ANY
R\ i Stakes LECTOR. _
"A
QUEER COMBINATION

Z YOIf HEAL IN." COMMENTED: : RANGES HART FURNSTURE CO.
A :M.V f.

One of America's Foremost "NOT HO QI'KKR.AJS'SWER.; :
ED Tim (1LI Fcmp. "PFA>PLE UPRIGHT FREEZERS STARKE FLA.
: Horse Races AS! ILS BOTTLES GENERALLY:
ILVSJ KAGH." "
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