Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Nosed New County Jail Is Topic : =r.IECTIINS rr 'AI WI _

Heated Discussion At Board Meet i 1 BRADFORD'COUNTYTELEGRAEij19

I beaded by R. A. '
de.gatlon Ing citizens of the New River section :
with the Board 5
1 Green met renewed efforts to change the
Official County "Publicatloll Established In 1879
I unt' commissioners route of the proposed hard road j
halt or delay eon1 from New '
ftllrl. to River Station to State ---

|lot ,of the proposed new Road 100, and also to get the road \ : SE\'IoNT\-O!; ST.\RKJ. FLOIUOFlun.."'. 1'1.\ltcn 10. 1930 NUMBER TlliKTi-FOUR
1 extended __ u __ _. _ _
y ;all to Conner Bridge.In .

i oriMug meeting to the"It minutes appeared of that the, brought the ensuing out that discussion the State it Road wan Negro 'Escape Artist' Confesses

been errone-
..le-atlon had Department, In cooperation with
mf'irmed;, that the building the Federal Highway Department, $100,000 Budgeted

,ft $75,000; that plans had designated the route of the

under imedlately way ,to and erect that the by bulld-so proposed road and that the Commissioners Shooting Policeman Sheriff SaysLeroy

had accepted their
unbearable tax
al designation so as to Insure its
n DC placed upon the people. Immediate construction.The I
formation waa furnished by McCray 22-year-old Negro For
to the effect that the Commissioners agreed, however who already owes the State Widening

,varu would be built for ap- to favor the change In the Prison at Raiford 18 years and Red Cross Drive

ng nately $50.000. and that ap- location provided It was agreeable has been described by prison officials

Inately $39,000 of that a- with the State Road Department, as "dangerous and an escape ,

now actually on band; and provided further that the artist," has reportedly confessed Gets Slow StartOnly
It is
B. Road Chairman
10, 3f which, together with I change! would not delay construction -: the shooting of Starke Policeman I Brooker Woman Hugh Crosby

[paid for a- lot and $2,400 of the road. Leonard E. Colson In the early Out For ReelectionTo

I the architect for complete I, No action was taken In the matter morning hours of Monday. Feb 23 percent of Bradford I

J and upeclficatlons, making a of continuing the road to Conner I ruary 27. County's $2,037 Red Cross quota Killed By TrainMrs. School BoardHugh Hopes To Relieve

lot $35,95C, was derived from Bridge The shooting occured when Col- e' has been raised during the first

La Racing Commission funds son apparently surprised theives A ten days of the drive Jack Tra-

fed during the war years, and By unanimous vote the Board I who were in the act of hauling offa wick, chairman of the 1950 fundraising Annie White Nettles Tyre, 'Bottleneck'The

I were net aside and reservedIs approved closing the county pub- safe taken from the Southern campaign announced ;yesterday 38 was Instantly killed about 2
lic road between State Road 18 o'clock Thursday, March 2. when
purpose under recommends I Store (owned by Van H. Priest of .

of the Governor and of and Clayno provided that SinkHole Madison) on Call Street. Thelfr au- This leaves around U. OO to be the automobile In which she was widening and Improving of

at that Lake Is made available to tomobile bound train at a railroad crossing Temple Avenue
tate Comptroller was parked In an alley raised during the remaining three seemed assured

r the minutes stated.' the public for fishing and picnic behind the store, where the shoot 1 weeks l of the drive, Mr. Trawick riding was struck by an east- this ,week as Representative J. P.

I was further brought out by purposes The actual order of ing took place. emphasized: as he urged all vol- near There..... Roberts received notification from

hard, that a competent archt- closing will not become final, how Sheriff P. D.' Reddish said yesterday unteer workers to carry out the The automobile was driven by Alfred A. McKethan, Chairman of

had been employed to make ever until due notice Is advertised, that McCray's confessionwas solicitation In their assigned areasat her husband. William K. Tyre, the State Road Department, that

(nplete survey and examinant according to law and the public made after an Intensive investigation LEROY McCRAY, described as the earliest possible moment. who wee seriously Injured. He ,$100,000 has been included for this

existing Jail with aito In Starke 'dangerous" and "an escape artist" was rushed by the train crew to work In the Tentative Road Department
the given an opportunity to be heard.It and Jack Members of the Junior Woman' -
and repalrlni'that sonville has allegedly confessed the shootIng Keystone Heights for first aid, Budget for 1950./
remodeling was reported that Wm. H. starting the morning after Club reported a total of,
11 the architect strongly Brown a county-paid patient In the shooting when a stolen of Policeman Leonard E. Col $84.60 collected thus far In the' and later brought to the hospital In his letter to Roberts, written

mended that the presentg the tuberculosis sanitorium at Or green automobile, answering the son during progress of theft of a residential district of Starke. I In Starke. under date of March 2. McKethansaid

be either removed entirely description of a car seen leaving safe from a Starke ten cent store. of Mr. and Mrs. Tyre moved to ; "I would like to particularly
Is $50:\ The following
lando. getting
now a
new building erected on the pen.lion the scene of the crime, was foundon Brooker about a month ago and 'call your attention to the $l, OOOO
i acknowledged
$3 or more have been '
,.r. that It be abandoned as aJnd from the Government! and a Jacksonville street. resided In the G. W, flaxen home item In the Tentative Budget for

that! a new Jail be erected that he should DP able to relm- I McCray was arrested with his Smathers Slated : Mr. Tyre was an agent for Watkins the City of Starke, which we anticipate -
In full for his hos- Florida Bank at Starke $100;
Hhere. horse the Board common law wife In I products In this area, and using for the widenIng
vital The clerk was Instructed the 700 blockof .. A & P Tea Co., Dr. C. K Hayes: 44h.
commissioners also exLd expenses. West he and his wife were covering this and Improving of Temple' Avenue

pie their desire to lower the to advise his father, Lem !vllle Sunday Ashley night.Street After Jackson being For Rally HereGeorge Dr. H. H. Adams, Hogan Smith: route at the time of the accident which has been one of your traffic

Iirden and assured those prea- rown. of the matter so an to haveIt ,confronted with scientific testa, and Stumps Dept. Store Jewelry, $23: Besides her husband Mrs. Tyre bottlenecks which you have

iat If the jail Is built the com- ( mUtiBted by the next regular Sheriff Reddish said that the Negro each; Robblns, $15; Gem Is survived by two daughters, talked to us on several occasions.It .
$10 Dr. M. B. $S and
meeting.A ; ; Is our that this work
for hope
needed candidate can
bvely small amount to Identified a gun found In his Smathers Jeannette and Annie LaVern
$3 each from L. A. Canova. Dr.
sent the amount on hand representative of the Gibbs I room as the one used In the shoot- U. S. Senator, will make his first Nettle be started at an early date. I feel

i be extended over a number Corporation of Jacksonville ad. in'g. It was a .38 calibre Smith ilk speech in Starke on Wednesday, J. M. Hembree, Miss Evelyn Mrs Stump Car- Mrs. Tyre was a native of B. sure that this will meet with your
Mlsa Lillian Crosby, Incumbent
tars! and would probably be vlaed the Board that It would cost Wesson "Special", and was loaded March 15: according to an announcement Brooksville and funeral service approval and will be approved by
member School
Roberts. E. K. Perryman, of the Board from
J offset by a lowering ofBy ADDroxImately $2,000 to overhaul when recovered by M. B. Herlong ( the City Council of Starke"
than by Investigators.R. R. Kelly, P. D. Reddish, II. were held near there at he graveside residence District 3, this week.
mlllages, which now seems thoroughly the No. 12 Caterpillar P. McLendon, Identification county chairman of the Sma then In Spring Lake Cemetery McKethan listed the following
Morgan, A. J. Thomas. Sr., P'I announced his candidacy for reelection
Kle. motor grader purchased by the officer at the State Prison, who organisation.Dr. : Andrews. A. Z.; Adklns Mrs Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock: and Issued the following Items appearing In the 1990 Ten-

luce the Board had not plan- county In 1943. He also stated worked on the case with Sheriff Herlong stated that Smath statement tatlve Budget covering primaryand
R. Hill and J. K. Douglas. I ;
any immediate constructions that his company would allow about Reddish and the Jacksonville detectives ers' apparance here will be featuredby secondary roads in Bradford
Council Votes To
It Is to have the drivecompleted ; Buy "Having had the of
$2,000 on It, In Its present hoped privilege County:
| time, but not being In fav- said that MrCray Is "a a rally and fish fry to be held
abandoning its plans for condition, upon the purchase priceof ,fugitive from the Florida prison at the Herlong residence, 700 with 100 percent cover- Pipe For Water serving as a member of the School
of the by April 1* Board from residence District No Primary System
a new machine. After con age county
12,900 had already been system with three to his North Walnut Street beginningat
i escapes
Extension ProgramDiscussion 3 (Brooker and New> River) for Road 200 ((0.110ml.) Mile Post
the matter was left as un- sidering both propositions was credit He said the negro was list U:30: a.m. A cordial invlt- '8.0110
the past four and having to Mite Post 8.190 In Starke
ied be decided to have the overhaul job. ed a. Is extended Dr. Brooker Voters years
business to disposed "dangerous and an escape tlon by Herlongto of the possibility of worked faithfully for the advance (underway) $1,700.
I due time. Bond of Harry A. Anthony as artist" He last escaped In February the public to attend the fish purchasing 110m.Incl water
OK Re-incorporation \ pipe ment of schools In the
; county asa Road 230 (0.110 mi. In
( ) Starke
lith' this information at hand, County Suryeyor, In the amount of! from the Alachua County fry and hear Smather's speech, for the extension of water mains '
whole, I am announcing from Mile Post 0.00
to Mile
my Post
nl I members of the delegation $1.000 was approved. Mr. Anthony Jail. which will follow. Elect Anderson and providing fire protection to
candidacy for re-election to this 0.110 (underway) $1.70O.
Lsed satisfaction with the was duly elected for a four year Colson who was shot twice- area of the city not now covered office.

PS action and seemed to bent term to this office In 1948 but osce In the shoulder and once Berry ShipmentsNow Forty-eight freeholders met at featured' the Tuesday night meetIng Road 223 ((5.703 ml.) State Road
the Brooker community hall Mon I "I am a lifetime resident, anda 18 to Lawtey
become (underway) $2,000.
to leave the matter In the has just recently eligibleto through the skull-is now given of the City Council. *
i of the Commissioners pro- hold It by being licensed by I a fair chance for recovery He Is Mere Trickle day afternoon, March 6, at 3 o'- farmer of the Brooker section. Road 223 ((6.483 ml.) State Road

they had some assurance the State Board of Engineers. In St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville clock to vote on the re-Incorpora- A motion was made by Wm T Have been a home owner and taxpayer 100, North (underway) $1,000.
Between Crops The Jackson that the purchase of pipe for than 20 .
tion of the town of Brooker. more
fhe county tax load would At the request of the BHS Band be tabled for two weeks, but was years.Formerly Road 225 ((135 feet) Water Oak
HewlettS. served trusteeIn
meeting was opened by an school
s increased," the minutes fund-raising committee, an additional So far no connection has been A mere trickle of 930 crates of lost for want of a second. Creek bridge and culvert (under-
for Anderson and the question of my dlsrrlct for a number of $27,400.
$200 was appropriated the market way)
strawberries reached
established between the theft of I
Incorporation was explained to P. L. Bridges moved that the years and have served as chair
legation of several taxpay- band uniforms. the safe from the Southern Store here) during the past week 11a the group. _After a brief discussion City purchase a sufficient amount man of the county School. .Board Road 200 (In Starke) $100,000.'R.qd .

and-two other similar theft.e'carued -., _between-crops lull resulting fro.* at\ from Road 100 'North
;; a secret ballot was held ot 4-inch cast Iron 'pipe for the"necasssry for ItAe past twd years ; -

i Funeral ServicesFor out' here within the past four the late February freezes with 36 voting for Incorporationand water lines to be placed "Having taken office at a time $23,000."

[ months. At an average price of $9.89 per In the northwest section of
cus Coming Nat RobertsFuneral 12 a&alnst.Nomlnatlona Starke when the entire educational system .iecoedary System
crate, the week's receipts were
were placed before, and north on Temple Avenue to of Florida was being revised County Road 51 ((9.03: mi.) State

services for Nathaniel Herb Thomas Named estimated at $8,918.70. the group for the elective offices the city limits. The motion was and undergoing a change. I have Road 18 at Brooker to State Road

.t t Tuesday Enoch (Nat) Roberts, 72, former Ball Club ManagerBy I Since shipments began In January and the following were chotten by seconded by L. O. Hazen"and car. had valuable experience In dealing 100, $86,630.
have marketed 22,717 rled.
Union County legislator\ were held growers secret ballot: with the problems of conformingto
at the graveside In Elzey's Chapelnear Lions ClubAt crates of berries for an estimated Mayor-Hewlett S. Anderson. I A motion was made by H. A. the new school laws and feel "The Final Budget will be approved -

Keri Bros. 4-Rlng Circus will Lake Butler on Thursday afternoon gross of ,$170.008.19.Renfroe Commission Members I yd. Bishop, Jr. and seconded by Jackson that I am now better qualifiedthan at the Road Department

I to Starke next week for two March 2, at 3:30: o'clock. a regular meeting of the Done, L. A. Mott, Guy Harrell, that no more dirt be hauled ever to serve you."As and meeting In Key West on March 13,

mances. The "Big Top" Mr. Roberts died in a Jackson- Lions Club Wednesday night it AnnouncesFor R. F. Gano, Ralph Hazen. out of the garbage dump site. a father'' of five children we anticipate that the Items
was decided to withdraw from the above will all remain In the
e i set up Tuesday March 14, yule March 1 followinga Voting In favor were Bishop and I srn
hospital on CommissionerFrom Town Clerk-R. M. Hlers. vitally Interested In all Final "
North Florida League and Budget the Road Chairman
Jackson. Not
fie city playground-park on He moved to Mac- voting were Bridges
will brief Illness. the ball club under manager- Town Marshall. W. Thomas and Hazen. children and In providing the best wrote Roberts
Street. Performances two from Union District Two
clenny years ago of Lion Herb Thomas, former educational "1 would like to thank
ship facilities for them. for
First meeting of the town Coun- you
3 and 8 with the doors
j p.m.? County where he spent his entire A motion that all duties of the
Ing at 2 and 7 p.m. In order life In Lake Butler section. He wasa big league player with 26 year's 1. L. Renfroe, longtime residentof cil was held Monday at 7 p.m at Police Department be placed under I have four children now attend. the fine cooperation that you havegiven

arly-ocmers to see the free member of the 1935 Legislature experience. Bradford County, qualified Tues- which time R. F. Gano was unan- direct supervision of the Mayorwas ing Bradford County Schools, to this Department. The cooperation -

Mr. Thomas will have full charge day a* a candidate for County imously elected president.The that you. Senator Johns
genie served several terms as mayor and made by Bishop, seconded by and a daughter, a former graduateof and other
e circus Is being brought toe city councilman of Lake Butler. He of the team and will play to get Commissioner from District Two Council plans, at an early Jackson, and carried by unanimous Bradford High School, who will I ford public officials of Brad-

> under the sponsorship of was a progressive farmer and the best results, with no favoritism (North Starke). date, to pass the necessary ordinance : be a graduate of the School of ,been County have given us have"
vote.E encouraging at all times
Lions Club and the local share cattle owner, The Lions want all players who In making h I I. announcement qualifying Brooker to Lawson presented a petition, Education at Florida State University McKethan concluded. ,
would like to try out to be At prac- Mr. Renfroe said "I life- receive from the state this and who Is
steeds) will go to carry on the Surviving are his widow Mrs. : am a payments signed by the residents In his summer

ties sponsored by this organ- Mamie Deas Roberts of Macclenny tice every afternoon at 9 o'clockat long resident of Bradford County; under the new cigarette tax law neighborhood, approving the placIng studying to follow the teaching

tn. All Lions now have tickler ; one daughter, Mrs. Marcus the high school. a property owner and taxpayer, of two houses on his property profesHlon. As a patron and an Rotary Minstrel

sale and H A. Bishop, Howard, Lake Butler; two Members of the club have ticketsfor and am familiar with the prob- McGriff Announces for raising chickens, and the Council administrator of the schools, I Provides Colorful

president of the organization ers, S. R. and L. R broth'l the Rogers Bros. Circus and lems of the property owner and approved a permit for same. am familiar with the transportation
all tickets bought from them before Formal OpeningOf and other school problems of Show For CrowdsA
i everyone to buy their tickets Lake Butler; and five sisters taxpayer. Chief of Police W. E. Thornton

he club receives SO percente W. L. Andrews Starke, Mrs. T. the circus arrives will be appreciated. "If I am elected as County G. E. ShowroomFormal advised the Council that the Police my district and the county as a of than
gross more $500:
money on advance sales. C. Chastain, Hampton Mrs. George Commissioner I promise to work Department was in need of a shotgun whole."I raallaed: the was
by Club
|e 27 outstanding acts Include Cottman Ocala Mrs. F. H. Douglas At the next meeting' a Jungle for the best Interest of my district opening of the new Gen- to carry In the patrol wagon have honestly and faithfullytried the two performances Rotary of Its from

Eddie Kuhn renowned an- Alachua, and Mrs. J. L. Chan- Court will be Installed under the and of the county and sincerely eral Electric showroom at 145:\ and stated that he had one, practically to serve you to the best of minstrel highlysuccessful In
presented the
cey. West Palm Beach. direction of Hollis Knight as Judge pledge my best efforts to securea West Call St. Is announced for new, that he would sell for my ability In the past, and prom USO auditorium

| trainer; Frankle Lou Woods Billy Noegel as prosecuting attorney reduction In the tax burden Saturday by G. J. McGriff. local $tw). Motion was made by Bridges, ise that I ,will continue to do so in day evening. A Monday full house and turned Tues-

d famous "Queen of Atrlal- Six NominatedFor and Adolph Gay a. sheriff. borne by my people." GE dealer seconded by Hazen, and carried, to the future If re-elected." out to enjoy the black-face antics

"Shirley Temple", world's ''Woe be to the poor member who is The public II cordially Invited to purchase the gun from Chief Your sincerely, both nights.A .

it performing elephant; the C of C BoardA brought before these gentlemen.At Candidates QualifyAs attend the 'opening In the attractive Thornton. Hugh B. Crosby colorful scene greeted the audience

us Liberty Horses; the Holly- list of alx nominees to fill I I the Lions Club last meeting week In Deadline NearsWith I new showroom where the latest The Chief also advised the Council ,* the curtain. parted on the
the USO building May- models of GE appliances are Future Farmers
Aerial Ballet; the Acronuts, three vacancies on the Board of that that he was In need of addI- entire company assembled before

equilibrists on the teeterI Directors of the Chamber of Com or J. R. Wainwright baseball reported club had the deadline for qualifyingonly on display. tional help on the Police Force and Attend Stock ShowAbout a specially designed stage setting,
I the Gastonia Favors and refreshments will the matter was taken under ad built by the Industrial
; Jimmie Arts department
O'Donnell, Internally merce was presented by a nominating booked several good exhibition one week away-Saturday,' -
already be on hand for all, and out of town
famous clown; and an committee last Friday night. i their train- March 18-the following candidates visement. BO boys went to the Fat of BHS under the direction

|y of tight rope walkers, acts Those nominated were: H. A games here during have paid their qualifyingfees GE officials will be present to demonstrate Charley E. Johns. presented to Stock Show at Ocala on Thursday of Bill Scruggs. The four end

| and many other outstand- Bishop Jr., J. H DuPre, J. P. Ing period for the offices enumerated: the many new Items of the Council his findings of the possibility March 3. We got there at ,men, and the entire singing semi- .

1 acts.e Roberts. G. S. Newcomb, Al K. For County Commlslmer District household equipment, Mr. Mc- of combining the City's Insurance 10:30: and looked around at the circle wore handsome satin swallowtail

Carlisle, and Robert Barksdale. Emory Price Brings *Two (North Starke): L. L. Griff said. different exhibits. and at 11:30: coats, while the dancing
"We would: like for all our friendsIn under a blanket policy. of chorus was attired In black coats,
[ Damages Three directors for three-year Campaign To County Renfroe. the Judging Team, composed
the Starke trade to visit After discussion, motion was
area a
huge bow
ties, and
Hamilton Charles Hutchenon orange sun
terms will be elected from this For County Commlsloner, District -, Jimmy -
airy This WeekendEmory us this Saturday Mr. McGriff : made by Bishop that all premiums flowers In lapels. The entire cast
Store Stock
group at a meeting to be held In Four (Hampton) : Mr. Jessie and Richard Crosby, competed
courthouse Monday; night at Chastaln, incumbent, and J. G.Adklns. said. "Whether you are planningthe : be divided equally betweenthe winning a red ribbon for wore gray trousers, white gloves,

I image running Into several tthe 7:30 o'clock. The directors will Price of Jacksonville, purchase of any new equipment Charley E. Johns Agency and second place. We are really and wigs.

(hands of dollars waa reported : slate of officers for seeking to regain his post as Rep- For School Board, District One or not, you will enjoy seeing I the Harold C. Wall Agency, exclusive proud of tl....m.We ture before each performance,
later pick a
Parley F. strong following a resentative from the Second Congressional this fine display of the latest GE of the fire Insurance policy who kept u.. show moving at a
the new\ year. (Lawtey) : J. S. Norman, Incum I left there at 2:30: and on
* fire will make line. the buildings, which Is already
that swept the rear of District, several on city our home stopped by and fmt pace, was resplendent In a
I all Street In this area this bent.For divided, effective at once. white
jewelry store Tues- speeches satin, swallow-tall coat and
School Board District Three visited the Norris Cattle Com
night $256 Fund Raised 'The motion was seconded by Jack
weekend. all the
about 8 o'clock. Brooker New Safety In IndustryIs trimmings. .
( River) : H. B. Crosby pany's Anthony Farms, where
I" blaze occured Just as an auc1 For Leonard Colson j jA I Today (Friday) Price will be Incumbent, and Hewlett S. son and carried by unanimous they raise mostly purebred Brahman A further note of glamour was
Cove at Rotary Topic vote. Chairman Lewis prepared a
Green Springs added
ale was getting under way heard In Anderson.For *. We saw Money Msker, by the complete BHS Band
"lIe: morning 10:30 a.m. Penney. Farms, '1:15: secret drawing to determine whichof dyked out in crimson and
fund started Tuesday : ; new
evening. Customers In the I School Board. District Five "Safety in Industry" was the their famous bull which' weighs
at the Leonard E. Colson, Starke a.m.; Lawty, 12:15: : p.m.; Starke the Insurance companies would uniforms, as they played the over-
time quickly' scattered for (North Starke) : H. A. Lawson topic of an address before the Rotary 2000 pounds and also different
I I the street and the Fire De'I'nt policeman critically Injured when I 1:00: p.m.: and Keystone Heights For! State Representative: J. P. I Club' Wednesday by !M. S. write the first year's policy same sizes of calves and a few horses. ture before each performance,
' to stop a 2 :being drawn by the City Clerk, and under the direction of Carl Roberts.
\ soon brought under con- shot while attempting p.m Roberts Incumbent, Doyle E. Con Byers, safety supervisor" of the We got home about 0:30: and prac-
1 blaze that could easily have safe robbery last week, had grown He will begin his Saturday ner, Enos W. Hayes, and Ovid Hercules Powder Co., Brunswick the Wall firm was picked.A ticed Softball until 7:30. The production was directed by

ngered an entire business Wednesday into a total I of $256:\ I schedule with a speech In Brooker, Lewis. I Ga. representative of the Tropical FFA Reporter. Mrs Alberta Richards and the

30. at 10 a.m.Campbell. Paint .ft Oil Co. was present and Rotary' pianist, Mrs. Dorothy
Mr. Bvers discussed some of the
r. Wally Mullhofer and Chief of Notice To The Voter was given an order for street Heintz, supplied the capable accompanIment -
Strong stated that he was outstanding safety records established Dr. McLendon NamedTo
e Police W. E. Thornton who solicited Moves Of Bradford. paint. for the musical num
rear of the store: separated CountyI In some departments of the .
, the .lIplrlt received from Mrs.R. Dental Board bers.
the the fund praised A letter was
front by a partition, and To New LocationEarl hereby announce my candidacyfor Hercules Company, and emphasized -
Pouring benzol from of cooperation they met from County Commissioner District the fact that "all accidents Chum complaining about park-
. of Dr, H. B. McLendonof
exist In her Friends
<">er into a small glass for everyone. M. Campbell announcedthis 4. comprising Hampton. Graham could be prevented If we were Ing conditions that Cemetery WorkingJoe
St.Luke' Orlando will be Interested to
confined to Ave. The Councilagreed
Colson Is still yard on Temple
purpose of cleaning a watch week that he has reopened the and Theressa. With the experienceI smart enough"
In Jacksonville to this matter learn of his appointment by Gov.I Ricks, deacon,
Investigate announces
g. He have had husband Introduced by
expressed belief that bookkeeping and Income tax service helping my late The speaker was
,/rk where he Is now conceded a fair and try to take the necessary stepsto I Fuller Warren to serve on the that an all day cemetery workingIs
from some source must he operated here for several with the duties of this office Rotarian C. H. Quick, woods supervisor
chance for The fund was correct same. i State Board of Dental Examiners.Dr. ,. scheduled today (Friday) for
Ignited' recovery. feel I well andIf ,
fumes from, the years at a new location-122 S. I that am qualified for the Hercules Company
1lcal. turned over to his wife by Chief Walnut Street In the Olson Build- elected I promise my friends an who had charge of the program. A letter was received from Mrs. McLendon la the son-ln-law I the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church

9' blaze' Thornton Thursday morning. Ing. honest and faithful service aj I President O. S. Newcomb expressed Pestle Colson expressing her sin of Mr. and Mr. E. S. Matthews of cemetery, both the old and the
quickly spread to walls Mullhofer stated that anyone for the Starke and before entering practice new. There will be a box lunch.
ceiling |In the Miss Virginia Ingram well have performed In the put. I will his appreciation to the cere appreciation courtesyshown
"smoke billowed rear of the store, desiring to do so may mail contributions known local bookkeeping expert. thank each and every one of you membership for the outstandingwork her In taking care of her In Orlando was dentist for and everyone with an' Interest In
Into the front to the Leonard E. Col husband who was Injured while on several State Institutions. Including the cemetery Is urged to come,
;h. bUilding Is again associated with" the for your vote and support on Msy 7. done in staging the highly .
" of Jewelry. ,Strong Damaging said. the son Fla. fund to P.O. Box 181. Starke, Campbell Bookkeeping Service. -Mrs. Jessie R. Chastaln successful minstrel this week. duty. :I the State Prison at Raiford. bringing tools, or to send someone.

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< 19, married and reared a nice family desolation. In. Jesuit n amI'. WHY PAY MORES Use Ester- lect point you IIkp la
Bradford County Telegraph I know the grown children Amen." I brook Fountain Pen ('1.73) !Se! fort County Telegraph
one la our county clerk. All fine HELI'FT'L fliNTS Try mixingpie
i citizens. So life flows on full of crust with orange juice insteadof -
"ESTABLISHED 1879 e. L. MATTHEWS owN "-roiTon excitement and usefulness. water. For a lemon pie and FREDDIE WATTERSON,
Yesterday I had such a good many others It gives an altogetherdifferent
I Friday and En"rwl uS..rondCl. time. Our his girl
Published Every non brought flavor. If you are paint
Matter at the rust dP S OIHc. at !'>tarke, Fto. friend over to spend night beforeWashington's ing chairs try putting a small I! OUR FARMALL MAN SAUJikwah.
B Lora gurQessMorrDOMCA I birthday and also thumb tack or nail In the center, ,
MEMBERS mi 1950 NEt3lt= the 22nd. She Is such a dorling of each leg before you paint. The
I girl and has so much Intelligence legs will not stick to your paper
: Annually $1.50 For Mx! Months Wherein I meditate\ on the nays lolled I paper WI applng. It cost 62c for one of 18. We always talk then and will leave a nice finish I
i Sutwcrlptlun(13bU\ of I......'... on friends, and fin how' it so you know its pulte a and have an enjoyable time. I'I CLAY HILL: Such a nice letter
t many things 1 have In life to make hunk. Thank you dear children. cooked a big six o'clock dinner from my dear friend Daisy Lang.
hunk Thee Ix rd. /You have made dear Mother with roast beef and cherry pie. ''
> DOES COAL tuff Jnyoim,, I > your They have been to church and enjoyed -f
KI'.NS: UI'TSf ,
Yes. I have other I made hot rolls and a pineapple
If peace ever comes to this no very happy. services. They had colds
"Time Is running out and so Is coal, nays the Chicago Journal cheese, salad. Of I had
troubled world. bacon. But none so good preciousand course I,but otherwise were all.fine. I have
of Commerce "Congress has provided a great deal of yakketyyakthis I knowIt dcllcous as that my dear chil-I brown gravy and sweet potatoes.'word of the death of Robert Taylor
sennlon but not a single major bill has been passed. We'd like to must begin with me,with you dren cured. See why I get so hap-,I1 put on the new linen tablecloth' owner of the chicken farm at I
met a little action! on the coal front." And so py? ,and the best Haviland china and I II [Clay Hill. I am so very sorry.
Recent events whatever the future may bring-certainly round I watch the little things I do, We had not had a funeral for I silverware. I said grace and we He was a young man and had a
borne the need for action with volcanic force. It Is clear that the coal and speak abnut ten days. So last SaturdayP. I I ate. We talked and had so much family-some must be yet small.

miners think nothing of defying the government, the courts, the law Gently, with tolerance-and ever M. at two o'clock I decided to fun. That night he had to take Letter also from Lela Mae Carter
and the security of the country. These are the Inevitable fruits) of theunion'e seek take a walk to the library for a her back to Sioux City. She works She Is happy In her new homenearer
long established tactics of disruption, economic dictatorship, Wisely to catch another's 'pointof book to read and then walk on and Is saving money to go to college Clay Hill School.
of the Interest. view; down to Edith's hat this fall. I must errands
end callous disregard public shop. It was run some now
We have 'wonderful
It transcend be a young
might own,
In any upheaval such as this changing day-by-day events tend to nearer true. my icy underfoot but I took my time, Lutheran minister here at the downtown. I wish I had more
obscure the basic issue. The New York World-Telegram and Sun came Peace Is the native climate of as I had a whole hour before time nearest church. He had Mrs Ol time to spend on these lines to my
to the point when It said "The fact is that the problem of national the soul to put my bread In the oven. I. son's funeral and he gave me a dear friends In Florida and else ; it
was baking Don cracked wiled where. However I
mean alwaysto
emergency strikes remains unsolved. And In our opinion it will not besolved The sun-splashed hilltop. theheart' prayer for peace. He Is the Rev 3G:
bread. I really forgot to give Don make the lines simple and from
until Congress deals with It at Its root In the monopoly power ol dear goal; John Jacobs."O
wring and tell him what I .heart. I
was Intending my want you all to know
national welfare, health and Yet men have ever fought the God. who art the lover of
unions to place their own activities above to do. .I left Digger at I !Iam thinking of every one of you :f Mr1-
easier : .peace and concord, grant Thy
way '
safety. home and went merrily, .on my and hope you will repeat with me
Wherein peace vaunted, has not mighty aid to the efforts of men edLitTooA
That Is the big thing, whether or not the miner. go back to work come to stay- way. I tried on hats at the hat to establish peace among the nations I the good prayer for peace.It .
whether or not a new contract agreement Is reached and whether or Nor will It ever come save In shop and bought a black straw of the :world. Give strengnof Is snowing gently here. A
not the Tafl-Hartiey law proves effective. One union has a virtual the heart with a veil and lovely pink flowers purpose to those who lead, dark cloudy day but for'me one of
monopoly over all coal labor. Every miner must belong to It, pay dues Where It will play Its own, Its I hurried home book In one .nd. lighten those who sit In en-I;('great-cheer. I love my home so
hat In the other. As I In +
to It, and obey its orders, or he can't work. So long as such a monopoly special partIn. got sight and so transform the hearts of much my husband Is so wonderful
of the house I
saw the hearse in
exists, the whole country will be at the none-too-tender mercies of God's subllmest plan. Hard front and Don men everywhere by Thy gracious I and my life\ so full and useful
this small Infinitely powerful group.A though It be. pacing up and down gospel that they may exalt peace that I've just got to be happy and
.u waiting me. I started runnineYes ITS FAftMAUTlME-AI.L THE
Peace will at last depend on you Mrs. Olsen above war service above gain sitting on lop of the world. GodIs TlA|
NEEDLESS, INEXCUSABLE WASTE and me; was dead. He righteousness above glory. May In heaven all's right with the
During the year of 1949 a total of 3,199,444 acres of woodland were We each of us his sacrifice must over had been town calling for and looking all the strength and time entrustedto world. Goodbye my dears. until FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY,
me I felt
destroyed by fire In the State according to figures released by the make No matter, no time sorry us. His stewards be used for next week. Guy Andrews
now to bake
Florida Forest Service. Dollar loss Is estimated at 14,481,273 from a total Lord Jesus, guide 'us on this the establishment of Thy kingdom God bless you all.
bread I
of 29,956 fires Potential Income from the woods destroyer, how. road we take! hat my In the so house took and my book and rather than self-aeeklng ends Love, 144 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.
away ;rve which lead
to destruction .nd
Wing Alleeson LURA.
ever would total about $30,000,000. went. That night we had her In
On 9.487.880 acres of protected land,fl.106 fires caused damage of Yes peace must begin with you I her casket and she looked lovely. '. .---.--. -
and as the -
me above
only 1227273. On unprotected lands 23,850 fires caused $4,234,000 amount poem sostates. This dear lady always sent us a
So watch the little '
of damage to 2,999,000 acres. things card at Christmas. I never knew
we do and speak. We must all be
Origin of the fires as reported by the Forest Service Is as follows: good; will ambassadors for her. Don did. She .was born In ;
Sweden and came ovc r.here whenWLrLrLnJj
4,612 fires deliberately set
every time we step out the door.
S83 by burning debris Take up your armour of the Lord LOVETT'SSTARKE
234 by careless smokers with ypu. Put on a cheerful front ;
192/ by railroads and In your heart muster all the

36 by campers love and kindness you have within In Case of Sickness ,
86 by lightning you to show the world It Is good I
These figures are worth studying by Florldlansi. Nature has been ''to be a good Christian. That this Who Pays The Bills?
Is the best life, the life I FLORIDA Prices Good Fri. & Sat Mar.
good to Florida and with care and sensible conservation of our woods, !while. only worth MAIL THIS COUPON --- 10 & III

they can be Improved Instead of deteriorated. ,
Burning off land can be done with the rights and privileges of This morning I had a letter from - - -

others In mind or It can be done with wanton disregard for other pea very dear lady In Germany about I Paul Raymond, Agent '
my age. She Is the wife of a den. TENDER BEEF
ple's property or the future of the State. Any man who so wishes caq tal Florida Mutual
surgeon. wrote me that I
burn down hi.own home any time he wishes to do so; he does not have they too, are afraid of what the I Box 95,, Starke, Fla.
the right to burn down any one else's home. Let's all try to be sensibleof Russians are going to start. She Please send me complete

what and when we burn.ALVAREZ'. also wrote: "At the end of the! Information on the Florida
last war their leaders wanted tOI I Mutual Flan of Hospital STEAKS lb. 49BRISKET
help us turn around and whip Protection,

lit! STORER.B.ALVAREZ&SON Established..th h18g4; II lllI she Russians states and she we thinks refused the "Germanmen Now Name _._____________

do not want to fight the Rus Admist ___.._________
sians. 'Well, this was all news to I
me. I thought the Germans were Solid Pack PintOysters All MeatW.EI.NERS I
so tired of war that they were
TRANSFER COD beaten down and whipped until STEW ,
STORAGE they only wanted peace and quiet. '
Now, she tells me they anted to PHONE 218 5 9c
local on fighting the Russians along by lb. 29c
We operate c
0 our sides. I shall pray and med- COLONIAL lb. 35(
& long distance) itate well on the answer I send In
M reply. Our difference In fire lan-
MIM anywhere In V. S. guage Is a barrier and it will be FLORISTFLOWERS

fi EXCELLENT so easy for us to misunderstandeach Grade A SlicedBACON Fresh Pork
other. I do love Rla and know I
STORAGE her to be one of God's finest. I
q;;: must not make her an enemy. lb. 39c ROAST Ib. 29
FACILITIESAgents I think I had better send her a FOR ALL OCCASIONS ,
For present. Ha. She sent me a
figurine for Christmas.
DelcllerBros. Seems I have so many good 1 Ib. Carton Pure Sliced

See us first! things In life to make my life rich (j)
'and full. This morning In the LARD 15c
mail was a big box from my son I lb. 25
and wife With a large oblong DISH GARDENS ,
chunk of home sugar cured bacon.

I understand my son Albert does POTTERY U.S. No. 1 White No. 2 1-2 Argo
the mixing of the brown sugar, Dixie Darling
salt and things for the hams and
: bacon. Such a delicious aroma Potatoes PEACHES
, Wffi comes from the box everytlme Iraise 17JC BREAIlOc !
: the lid that I am so tempted
every once In a while to run to Nona St Starke
the kitchen and lift the lid where 37c Corned *
the huge slab of bacon lays In Its II 29c '

Roli.od fill your Prescription BEEF .' 29c


CONSTRUCTION OF ALL KINDSContracting All Flavors .

f t Fancy YellowOnions JELLO 3 for 19C I Vets Dos

r j, G FOOI

3 Ib. Can

u1TENN 5 lb. 19c SWIFT'NING 65c 3 for 21

Tall Armours
3 For
--- Building 5,Ib. Bag
MILK Land O'Sunhin

Home., TourUt ('ourh. VtntnrrcuU BulMing*, Sidewalk. Foundation 29C

.*. Driveways, sod all general! construction no Job' >> too ORANGES39c Butte

mall or too large for U. to perform.We Chicken of SeaTUNA.

use the bet carpenters masons, stnelHlorkers.. electrician, :
and plumber '
29c lb.
See UA .before letting your'eontra.ct. whether It In a large Job or

i. a email one. We're prepare to met and brat price of any and

all bidder. In thU area! I Crisp Golden Heart LARGE

"'f' will gt\f you tin benefit of reduction on volume material

f you bring a prescription to us fo b. filled our pharmacist rout and on our manufacturing. plant and machinery output. Let

u* quote you price. on such Item. an steel! frame windows, cement CELERY5c
,',u draw upon the bat el the world's resources for rh* ...1Ift- rock, mui
I r giving! Ingredients which are skillfully compounded, Into yaw \t'
will Hell
jmi ready-mltml concrete at leas than local cant of
medicine. Perhaps ten thousand people have helped to gather, peer the material. f.o.b. your ....b. .

\ .u and purify the drugs that come from all aver MM globe fa bacombined We'll finish your Job. without delay and In Ices time than other

by our pharmacists la exactly fit your needs. contractor. Material and woriunauuhlp guaranteed. Contract e .

and blueprint are carefully followed by ua.In each Instance. We

give bent bondsmen who l1aran'our performance." will do !

Two REGISTERED DRUGGISTS on DUTY at all times your. building for less money TRY CSt


Koch Drug StorePHONE BRADFORD ENGINEERING CO.Ph. You Get What's Advertised At Starke's ---1-

.91 J. Maurice Edwards: Starke. Fla. Leading Food Store.


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the hostess presented a handker lm It was decided to donate visit, Merritt Court and wherein plaintiff Manufacturing f.i under which XHIII
$100 I and Mrs T. W. Markey Tu. day. after which die will returnto Ida were recent guestsof CHime
, chief. for this I ..pfk. tllvorcd Xmrtrnril' County rnKHRftil. and doing business on
jfFAp purpose. Keystone Mr. and :Mrs. Ira Merritt. .
Malcolm Lewis was In Leesburgon Telegraph shall ptihllvh this orderIn I ia hlimlnn Avenue I\.ro" front
Community Club !Meeting Mrs. LesUr Elmore of Cross-' business. Tuesday Dr and Mrs William Musser Mr. and Mrs. Romey Johns of next four weekly I issue". the H. H depot In MIa.".., Bradford. .. .
vine, .. CotintT: Florida: that tl' said -
Tenn. Witness hand .fflrl..1s..1 )
r' 81''ao Mrs. Lawrence Dugger. First Is visiting her uncle I Allen Lewis, Thomas and Jamea visited Mt. Dora last week, where Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof I at Sinrk' my. Florida' this February nose la owned and operated \\T tae s
VIce-Presldent, directed the meet- and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wy.I Hamilton, members of the F F. Mrs. Musser remained. for a week' Mrs. Truba Hodges tllh. 1950 rollowlnic Interested p r.oni:
pinner Ing of the Community Club Tuesday rick. A. class at B. H. S., attended the visit with her parents. Mr. and Mra. Dempsey Sapp and (OFFICIAL to":A'.1 A J Thomas' FHin.i-n P5. BBlim! Stark, PUJ.1 -
I An ('Io.k l nf Mttlil Court 41 -24 9
ll Mrs, J. 0. Caldwell afternoon of last week. A The WMU met In regular session fat stock show held in Ocala Fri Ground has been broken for. daughter. Kay attended church I Hv Haven Crosby, D O.I .
i their home Sunday, lovely note of color In decorationwas at the Baptist Church with the new home of Richard Schults services here recently and ware I III. t D Hi'own, Kiarke. Fin I '
I g complimenting at the for- achieved by the use of calen- Mrs. O. V Lee In charge of the day.Mrs.. RoaR PlnhoBter visited Mr.i on Nightingale St. overlooking dinner guests' of their parents,I Alts' for .'If. 8-.1 4t 314I 5

Mrs J. B. Caldwell dula and nasturtiums in their program. and Mra. Guy Plnhoster of Jacksonville Keystone Lake. Mr. and Mrs K. A, Sapp.Mr I \o'rlew. "rn'IITIO".. 'roIIK.iw'1'Fh \
I : l u"rl'.1r/1 s tMKN -
l1..r with a In yeMfw shades After business I :Mrs.: Dan Harley. who has been last week. I State Treasurer J. Edwin Larson and Mrs Harold Shiver of ,>tl4'. IM herrliy give that the M"'t)
of fabirthday an- was transacted Mra. A. C. Llbh art,a patient. (In St. Luke's Hospital Mrs.. J. EX Hardie of La Cross stopped In Keystone last week.end Gainesville were recent guests of of un..n.d... ". nmli, rNSr Lawn the cf provlnlm FlorliU l "..,. 666Slavic. .
in addition to the gave an Interesting review of I for several days, returned to her spent a few days here with her to renew old friendships. He Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody. Arts.ho"r"I\; I will: rvsrlxKT with; Ihn', c '
Lt they entertained. onLn "The City of Bees" by Frank S. [home here last Tuesday Miss daughter Mrs. Wilson Green who was en route to kaonvllle\ from Mrs. Thelma Merritt Mrs Pete I Clerk for 1I..dro.d.of the Irciilt"''..unl)',I'nutt.FlorMa.In unit th,,* _
Mrs. Viola Luffman, Stuart. Mrs. C. M. Turney. and Mattie Harley accompanied her was 111. Ocala where he was the recipient Sapp and Mra, Mable Sapp visited Ivtltloua name ..f .xtarkr I Buttery .taaald farl tan oats/
Kirs, Clayton Furr, Miss Mrs Clara Stahl were hostesses home. A large crowd of Brooker.people of high Masonic honors Mrs. Dick Carroll In Jacksonville j
B an Mr. and Mrs. Eldennd and served a frozen fruit salad James Phillips of Macon Ga attended services held at New The Woman's Club of Keystonewill \ recently.Mr. ,I II
| their little daughter with coffee. was a weekend visitor with his I Hope Baptist Church last week sponsor a musicale next. Tuesday and Mrs Bud :Moody and
and Miss Juanita Luff- After parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phil. end. evening at their club house. Mrs. Obey Moody were visiting I t
f Ocala and Mr.. and spending several days The artists are from Gainesville. \ Johnnie Yarbrough in Raiford
Anderson, Jr. and Mr. with Miss Rev.Mildred and Wlliams Mrs. L A.left Shepherd Satur-,(lips.Mr.. and Mrs. John Bell visited' recently. i It Pays To trade I With Slade fPROPANK
and their
Alex Yawn day for her home in Ringgold, their son Lawrence who Is con IN I'IIH'I'r c'o''r, na'UFOIII .
Terry, appointed of Starke. table Ga. Miss Williams had just returned -last fined Sunday.to the Gainesville hospital Keystone Heights! NEW RIVER ((..01".1'.11..1'1 KH"'. l> ('tlt>.. GAS

fully the tradi- from Cuba where she hada Murthn. llrrmnon, P III I n tiff. vs.. GAS Appliances
entered with most enjoyable ten days' stay. Zell S. Dukes. of Jacksonville Bv. Mrs. K. A. SappA ....11.1 1I..n., Pt-fiiinlHnt 'a..
meal was served No. 7T7IIOltllEll
the the dining room Mrs, L. F. Chapman and her visited relatives In Lawtey last I More than two years have gone i : OF rfllLICATlOVANT" : i SLADE GAS COMPANY: Inc.E.
,1e m NOTirK, TO APPMAHI .
visitor. Mrs. C. Saturday afternoon. has ,
C. Williams since Keystone Heights .
of by
of sweet peas Ink : large crowd attended servicesat I TA"'PI-' l>K- "" .!llnn" In l..ttirlIlerrHll '
Bowls hues enhanc- St Louis. Mo. attended services J. M. Browning of Mlddleburg had a killing\ frost. Local flower Long Bridge Monday to hear' n, \ttmn,, : rvKl(]..lir..
lm'. delicate of the Caldwell home. at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church spent the weekend with his family I gardens today are a riot of color. Bro. Snyder of the Children'sBible \ No You, tirk,Ale NVIPINPV rf>iiilri| * In Gainesville Sunday. Mrs. Wil here. Flame vine bloomed and waned Mission. The Long Bridge April aril 1. \INu4) In thi> aliovo na",
ent llama left Tuesday; to Join her The Lawtey basketball team wit]/. no damage from frost or church has been fortunate recently .-_ ___ ___._..______ ______ ..... T _.. -.-... .... -11'
b u..tlng: t father. Rev, W E. Dakin, and her played Starke B team last Tues cold weather. Citrus trees> are In having a missionary I
ring and dining rooms son, "Tennessee" Williams, In Key. day. Starke was victorious. In full bloom and have not been from the Went Indies and one n L-l
Le Mrs H. J. Kuceratic West Rev and Mrs. Winter Injured by cold. Jaa. Neville re- ,Sudan Interior missionary from II
[ arrangements ofsoms Visitors of Mr. and Mrs A. C. were visiting In Jacksonville Glddings ports thriving In his garden, Al Africa. These. missionaries surely I
; when she enter- Llbhart last weekend were Mr. Friday evening.. Nelson Carl Rohlan and Benjamin bring some wonderful messages Rebuilt
State Farm Bridge and Mrs.. W. Mouch of Toledo, Rose have papaya trees ,which Mr. and Mrs Ben. Dunbar of .
Wednesday afternoon. Ohio.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch visit have escaped frost damage. Miss Ocala recently visited their parents
J course was served beoTe8slons. and Mrs. M. E. Grlner spent' ed In Brooker last Sunday after- Gertrude Houser and F. M. Wai- Mr and Mrs. C. M. Dunbar.Mr .
k In contract, Sunday In Palatka as guests of noon.Mr rath Sr. are joint owners of a and Mrs J, L. Lavender of .e-sM
{Godwin>/: as high scorer, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Relnau. and Mrs. Dan Hall and tung grove which Is In full bloom Gainesville accompalnled by Miss
IP and for holding sec- (laughter. Sharon. and J, W Hall, and undamaged Those traveling I :
score, Mrs. D. I* Nix all of Jacksonville, visited rela through Keystone Heights; along $42w44rn
atlonery, Mrs. L, F. tives In Lawtey last Saturday Highway 21 are treated to. a riot
was lucky In "bingo" LAWTEY afternoon. of color in the flower gardens of WELDING ONLY

Irlze was a small jar Mrs. Q. W Roberts and Mrs. Mrs. Daisy Mansfield F E. Stitch- L- .
I o Mrs, C. C.: Williams I. If. Fut h. Catherine Teare were business berry Dan Reamer. Wallace Dov- 50
| guest. at the party visitors In Gainesville last Monday. Ing. Ivan Bernkoph F. M. Walrath 9 A
a The Lawtey. City Council met Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and Sr., G. E. Wiggins, Lydia Hurley, I :: .
In regular session Monday night daughter Loraine, were In Jacksonville S. A. Kyle and Al Nelson. The ( FL'Id.
last Monday. I mild temperature In Keystone # woes .
at the city hall with Mayor Anders ; l-Vstr | r.smw CASH
and Councilmen Futch. Harley, Mr. and Mrs Allen and Mrs I Heights Is attributed to good air I II a HIM sieUr.HIW .
Dlnklns and Shuford Effle Miner and granddaughter I drainage and the modifying influence l-lpii4 ststrcl. 'IUCN
IMMEDIATE NEW slriUni' taflift
Mary Ann Wells I of 60 lakes In this area. "'e offer the of Starke _
A. Cook, principal of the Lawtey were shopping I people larrylDf ewes.
school requested financial In Jacksonville last Saturday. Keystone" Heights sits on top of E.A S Y TERMS L"!. !'!':!.!!.""
Florida Ridge with adjacent
assistance In lighting a Softball Mr and Mrs, J. \V. Thomas were and \lclnliy one of the most '
field and after discussing the prol business Visitors to Jacksonville lakes Geneva and Brooklyn flow- Liberal' Trade-U' AlUwane __
to the" Atlantic the modern and finest. '
last Thursday. Ing through equipped. ACME VACUUM STORKS; Inc
--- St. Johns and nearby Lake Santa
412 West Forsyth St..
Fe flowing to the Gulf of Mexicoby welding shops anywhere..
.. Jacksonville, Florida.I .
S. trie\
way of Suwannee. Many
e CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION BROOKER residents have, spring gardens All Work Guaranteed; would like a free. home demonstration of aHOMEDEMONS1RATION

well under way Uncle Dave Baker, beautiful rebuilt Singer Sewing Machine completefor
By It'a !\Ipe Leu In S. A. Kyle and Commander Mc- SMITH'S GARAGE $34:SO. i
.. .. I
Crary are among those who have USE COUPON' Name -
PHARMACISTS The W. M. U. observed Its home had excellent vegetable gardens AM MACHINE; SHOP ." Address .__.?____ --------___-.-,"-.-- .-. -- !

..u mission week of prayer program, all winter long. Templer.. Starke .... ,, "iMtv __________________uu- State_ r .- .
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Tuesday Thursday and Friday Miss Kate :Mansfield has gone "" "
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nights of last week. The ladles to Columbus, Ga. on a month's ------ ----- -- -- I
were inspired by the programsand I
FITDurance they reported. that everyone
present. received a blessing anda
greater knowledge of the need
to your I for Christ In our Southern Baptist Furniture Co.
Convention. The desire and prayer
needs. Call .is. to do more for Christ In the .
future than In the past. i

E. Johns Mr and Mrs. R. H. Faulknet <
811(. sons and :Mr. and Mrs. B. F. !
gency 1 1I I Faulkner visited friends and relatixes MARCH

j r.\KKR, FLA. ON SERVICE In Chlefland Sunday. N O'W'Going
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Raborn and
daughters visited Mrs. Annie L.
PHONE Bllnins of Ocala Saturday afternoon /

64 Night .
Day -
(HE TRAVELERS, Hartford Mrs. Kermit Slkes and son Larry %
of Alachua
--------- were dinner guests
of her. parents, Mr and Mrs. W 8 On
i H. Hodges Saturday.
i Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis of Easy Term, STARKE FLORIDA Delivery .
Jacksonville\ visited. their parents, -- ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and a
:Mr. and Mrs. Llm Davis, last I ONLY TWO $19.50 PLATFORM"
weekend. $24.95 WALNUT $19.95 Glass Door !MahoganyWARDROBE
Roy Green and children visited DESK :

o Mrs.Sunday.G. E. McGauley of Falatka NOW $16.95 NOW $32.95 I r $5 to $15 NOW' $5 EACH CASH

Basketball" Game
The Brooker junior high schoolgirls $172.50 SINGER NICE ASSORTMENT OF $16.95 MAHOGANY: I WAS $21 1 1

with by score of
34-8. NOW $139.50 TERMS I $3.50 to $7.50 NOW $10.?5 NOW $10 CASH
The Brooker boys were" defeated
\ by Lawtey to the tune of 2417.
t tNt Mr. and Mrs. Archie Waters of
Worthington Springs visited Mr. Living Room Suites Bedroom Suiteswere
rf and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Thursday

I?" // night. were $124.95 - NOW $83.30 99.95 ;. NOW $69.95
Mrs. Clarence Rosier, Mrs. White
.f: Ind little son, of) Gainesville Irs. were $109.95 NOW $73.95 were $164.85 _ NOW $109.50
Annie Bell Hays and little daughter
of Fort Lauderdale visited $17.95 Pink & Blue were $ 195.50 NOW $132.50
Mr. and Mrs. E J. Lewis and Mr.

BABY BATH1NETTE - NOW $10.95 were $2I 0'00 . NOW,.$159.95
ooking for a To the people of Starke as a
whole> and especially the City

Uke Council/ to and express Police my Force sincere: I would gratitude Sofa Beds 9 pc. Solid Maple Dining Room Suite

BARGAIN.high anti thanks for all the kind . NOW $59.95
expressions of sympathy and offersof were $72.50 was $319.95 . NOW $213.30
help that have been extendedus were $69.95 NOW $47.50
since Leonard's accident; also

in ,value. the people of Lake City and Lake 7 Solid Maple Dinette Set
Butler an well as Jacksonville, Platform Rockers pc.
offered blood donation .
who have
.low in ,
I 1 and other services. If they. should $48,50 NOW $34.50 was $119.95 NOW 79.50
1 be needed. We are deeply ap- were .
1I I preciative and grateful. Sincerely were $36.50 NOW $24.50

Pearl Colson Coffee Tables Red & Chrome Dinette Suitewere

End Tables &

aNM'n tat NOW $59.95
was -
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I DINETTES ; BOOK CASE (was $38.50)) NOW $15.00
Call on IIA far reliable drug NOW $8.95
O NOW $21slII IJAMI30;\ CHAIRS (were $12.95); )
and h.-.Ith needs at worthwhileatln I

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MAR 10 1950 t



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Harley-McRae Baptist WMS Circles Phillips-Flynn TEL Class MeetsAt Legion Auxiliary Gainesville Artists

Marriage Will Be Met TuesdayThe EngagementMr. Epperson HomeThe Elects New Officers; Will Be Heard

Plans District MeetA In Keystone
Event Of Sunday circles of the Baptist ,Wo TEL Class of the First Conce

men's Missionary Society met on Baptist Sunday School met on of the AmerIcan Four
special meeting accomplished
Miss Vivian McRae ''Irt .
daughter ,
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. February 27, Legion Auxiliary, Post 86, sociated with the Must,
J ,,
of Mr. and Mrs. Barney E. McRae, W. J. Q
at the home of Mrs. Epper-
The Ida Darby circle met at was held Friday evening of last ment of the Unlverslt\ ,
_. ._ will become the bride of AlonzoH. aon for; Its regular monthly business n t p
the home of Mrs Freeman Reg- week at the Legion hall. Mrs. will appear in a concert t, k,
Residence June Caldwell office Harley III, ion of Mr. and later' Jr., with Mrs. Freeman meeting Bible history study C. B. Rlttlck area president and sented by the Keystone
Ph. State Farm 45 Editor Phone 29 Mrs. A. H. Harley of Lawtey, Rglster' Sr., as co-hostess. and social with 12 members and Mrs T. S. Wright, district president Woman's Club on Tuenda\ 'I',
Sunday afternoon at S o'clock in I There were 17 members and two one vial tor present.The attended the meeting. March ]-4. at 8 o'clock A rfC,

the First Presbyterian Church of vlKltors present. meeting was opened with Plans were discussed for the will follow the concert
Waldo OES PlansSt. Mrs. Herbert Hogan The topic for discussion was prayer and the study of Bible district conference to be held i Tlcketa for the concert tt
Starke. I .. ," history was conducted by the purchased at
"Is America Christian The
2, Murray.
here on Sunday, April beginningat $
Patrick's Party Honored On BirthdayHerbert The Rev. J. V. Robinson of I meeting opened with all members class teacher, Mrs. H. L. Hough.At 10 o'clock. Dinner will be In Keystone Heights ?:

Oldsmar grandfather of the singing, "My Country TIs of Thee" the conclusion of the study to Legion- The committee In
served by the auxiliary charge ,
Miss Mary Laura Johnson, ol G. Hogan honored his bridegroom, will perform the and Mrs J. E. Futch led the devotionals Mrs. Carl Matthews, first vice- aires and auxiliary members from rangements for the
Gainesville, grand marshal of the wife Elizabeth with a surprise ceremony assisted by the Rev from Matthew 13, follow wpN president presided over the business Gainesville River Dun- cludes Mrs. Sarah McDonald@r
Grand Chapter of Florida Order birthday dinner and party Sat- John Warren Kaufman of Starke. leaeion in the absence of the I ident ,
ed with prayer by Mrs E. D. Tenly: cf the Woman's
of the Eastern Star, will be hon- night at their home on 1' ;u nellon Hawthorne, High Springs Club
urday '
ored Waldo No. 120, South Street. Mrs. E. K. Perryman organist and Mrs H. I. Brownlee had charge : 1 president. It was suggested that I Inverness, Newberry, Ocala, Trenton W. J. Whitesides, Mrs B. H'I'
by \ George Jones of Gainesville, soloist of the discussion In the absence' cards be sent to the members who and Welredale.I Miss Cleva Carson and Jt-i
at a regular/ meeting and St. Patlick' During the evening Mr. Hogan, will present a program of of Mrs. L. A. Canova program are ill. Mrs D. W. Moore asked I During this meeting the annual Morgan Jr.sargeantatarms..
at the Eastern I
Day party asalsted Miss Betty Dyal. Minn nuptial 1'I""llq l J r-wcMlng the taf.I chairman. The topic was unusually that the class make\ a substantial election of officers was held and
Star chapter rooms In Waldo on Lucille Sweat and Andy Challa. -
Interesting and well offering to the Church building
March 10, at 8 presented the new officers are Mrs. A. J. Afr.
Friday evening
and Mrs. B. Flynn
served birthday cake and coffeeto George
o'clockC. I The bride given in marriageby by Mrs. Roy Ward, Mrs. the fund. Thomas Jr., president; Mrs. A. Scrugga, Mrs. Mike Glhr0! |,
of Starke, announce
guests. her father, will have as her Louise Tenly Mrs. L. O. Powell During the social hour delightful Y. CovIngton, vice president; Mrs. Mrs. R. L. Stone will ,
K. Pennington, worthy patron Enjoying this occasion with Mr. i matron of honor her sister Mrs. and Mrs W. L. Andrews. The ment and approaching marriageof refreshments were served by T. C. Hazen, Jr., secretarytreasurer the executive committee ran
of Waldo with j their Anne,
Chapter, the assistance daughter Betty
and Mrs. Hogan were Mr. and F. M. Crawford. program was closed with prayer the hostess. ; Mrs. Jack Trawlck' histor- Meetings are held .
of Coy A. Stephenson associate the Rev. Lewis to Owen James Phillips, Jr., of ] on j
patron; Richard E. Griffin Mrs. O. J. Edwards Mrs George Barney E. McRae Jr., brother by Mrs. Ward, Macon Ga., son of Mr. and Mrs. The next meeting will be held ian; Mrs. Carson Roberts, chap- Tuesday of each month 'to,

conductor; J. B. Cottrell assistant Miller Miss Betty Dyal, Miss of the bride, will serve as best presided Roy over the short circle business leader, O. J. Phillips of Lawtey. The at the home of MrsC'Moore. lain; and Mrs. Edward Mob'ey' eligible and Interested Woe: !

conductor; R. M. Vickers, Lucille Sweat Dave Yarborough, man, and ushers will be Bill Edwards wedding will be an event of this .
session.' -
of Gainesville, F. M. Crawford I' .. ." '... 'L It, .
M. Griffin .
marshal; and Hugh I and Andy Challas.Woodma'i During the social hour delicious summer :. '
of Starke, and Ernest Wells,
Sr., sentinel, will initiate Miss .
refreshments Jane Parker
were served
by the PK i
Jr. 01
Lawtey.A ?
"her the "third de-
Johnson give
Notice hostesses.The Methodist Circles
gree," and install her a* "Most reception will be held Im- -'
next meeting will be with \ Hot Cross Buns -
High Grand Marshal of Waldo The Starke Woodmen of the mediately following the ceremonyIn Mrs. J. B. Sapp at the home of Met MondayThe 25
the Episcopal Service Center.
Chapter. World Circle will meet Tuesday ,Mrs. W. B. Mundy with Mrs. M. -
circles of the Methodist
All Eastern Star members of No Invitations are being sent :M. Morgan co-hostess. Halves lona No. '
the night, March 14, at 8 o'clock in as_ WSCS' convened last Monday afternoon 2't I (L i
chapters in District Sight are but all friends of the couple are I
cordially invited to attend this the Woodmen Hall All member Invited to attend the wedding and The Lorena Epperson circle, at 3 o'clock for the regular 1... Peaches a for -

meeting and initiation are urged to attend. reception. with Mrs S. E. Sparks, t circle monthly program and social meet-, 37

leader met in the home of Mrs. Ings. I c- -

.,. Paul Raymond. There were 13 Circle One met at the home of Sparkle Assorted Flat',
members and one visitor present Mrs. O. W. White SV., with Miss
CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S The meeting was opened with Olive Ray as co-hostess. Gelatin Dessert 3 -171

prayer by Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, circle leader
Sr., while Mrs. A. A. Durden gave presided during the short business -

I BEFORE a4IQilRltl.i, the very Mrs devotional Interesting L. B. Daniels from Matthews program presented 13 on a Flay was session who turned\conducted after over which the to Miss devotional the meeting Olive- It's Your Money At Stake So Be' Sure-'Get A

"American Christians" and Mrs. consisting of prayer and a discussion -
Sparks gave a talk on "Soul WIn- of the subject "Christian

Gift Items to Please Any Budget ning"The. circle leader Love". I
presided over
the business session. $10.00 was Perryman During the gave program a talk Mrs.on "Rural E. K. "SUPER RIGHT" STEA i

donated to the church building
Missions In West China" and Mrs.

fund.The Titus Olson discussed "Youth Fellowship -
Salt & Peppers Bowls meeting was closed .with Camps".

prayer by the Rev. Lewis Halnes Delicious refreshments of ice Cash In On AtP's"Super
During the social hour delicious
Vases Cigarette Boxes cream and cake were served by ..' _
refreshments were served by theboate.
... the: hostesses, assisted by Mrs. O. Right" Policy Which Gird;
o1I W. White, Jr.

And Assorted Gift ItemsSllOppers' The Daisy Fowler circle met In -
Circle Two was entertained at More Good Eating More Vb/n/
the home of Mrs. J. H, DuPre .
the residence of Mrs. W. E. Mid-
with Mrs. Pate Gassett as co-host
dleton with 13 members present. I
ALL PRICED TO CLEAR BEFORE INVENTORY! one ess. visitor There present.were 16 members and Mra. L. D. Green, circle leader Jaw often have you bought a steak at a bargain price,onlj

Mrs. J. B. Alexander gave the presided during the brief business be disappointed when it was served I Tough,lots of bone and 4

devotionals from Matthew 13, and meeting. r "SUPER-RIGBCT" little flavor. If that has happened to you, you'll\ join th

Mrs. Frazier Shaw had charge of The program was opened with' sands who cheer AaP'a "Super Right" method of selling wJ J JI

'Weekend Special .+ the program on the subject of prayer by Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. Here are five reasons why: f
with tOB1MMl grmt mlsut & a sup
50 Mrs. A. Wood conducted the de- S I R.L 0 I N .
Southern Chicken Pilau ot starknnet! (toffee JI 1.All AaP "Super Right"i Steaks are cut from com fed beW
The business' session' was pre- votional followed by a reading on t(t.1 .
+ elusivei .And
sided over by Mrs. Frazier Shaw, "How To Read the Bible" by Mrs. .'. are-they tender and juicy! 2. They're all sei/C'4/

circle leader, and special offering A. F. Saul. Mrs J. H. Rltch ThhGAaP9lowprjntordrloin "Super Right"quality,graded conform: to exacting AiPauiarils.

I of $10.00 was made for the church gave a chapter on "Our Faith Ir. at nk,w helher you choose flat bone 3. They're "Super Right" trimmed before weight!?*
l 't building fund Prayer". or pin bone cut*You get mart rood remove excess bone and fat.4.They're priced as low as poiCJto ::(

OUR PRESCRIPTION SERVICE assures you of qual- I I At the close' of the program During the social hour Mrs. eating far your money because rive you the meet good eating for your money. S. Ail At

: ily drugs at minimum, prices. Dependable service means delicious refreshments were aerv- Middleton, assisted by Mrs. Shepherd aces"Super bone Rivht"and fut trimming before weighing remove. "Super\ Right" Steaks are guaranteed'. You can stake JK
I 'ed by the hostesses. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch, served reputation on a "Super Right" Steak.*
that all of needs hour of
prescription are
your any delicious refreshments to the members ,
I ) The Business Woman's circle Come see low well your folks can eat at thrifty pro
the day or night. Telephone 6' for "on-the-minit" present. lb. 89
I Vii met Tuesday evening at 7:30: o'- .. '
servceCARPENTER'S I clock in the educational I Circle Three met in the home of "I'
building Other I
Guaranteed; 'Siipei;. ,Rigfil' I Y f "
; t i with Mr. R. B:, Alvarez, circle Mrs. Jim Cooper with 13 members .
leader, presiding. .and. three visitor present. Alt Air( Selected QuolifV;, "Su.t j( ..,

; Plans were made for entertainIng I Mrs. J. R. Wainwright circle :um. J; Trimmed More'Weighing Te;"M,,",* ;.. i

1 the evangelist, the Rev. G. C. leader, presided during the business .... 4 Une' and hr. Te" Give Ye' .* Mere: > i
I Lanter of Atlanta Ga. during the session. ,, ," "etr".yo'u.' "
coming revival of the Starke Baptist The program was presented by

Church March. 28 through Mrs. J. R. Wainwright. Her subject "Super Right" Western Milk Fed
April 0.Other. was "Bible Questions". The
The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled business! included the addition meeting was closed with prayerby VEAL SHOULDER

of one new member to the Mrs. J. R. Hill.
roll. It was reported that Mrs Delicious refreshments were ROAST

Cynthia Schmitt of Colonial Florist served to the members present by '

WBfEEnttttiBtEHEf EtftffStHl ftHtCmElti f Eftttl placed flowers In the new the hostess OR

church auditorium February 12,

the first Sunday services. ,Were Starke Musicale 59C
Lend helping hand in held there. CHOPS LB.

The scripture was taken from Hears Local ArtistsThe '-'- "
Acts 4 and John 1, and was read I ARMOURS: -' All Meat SkinlessFRANKS
by Mrs. Bertha Fuller. Mrs. Starke Musicale held its .g't1lPQt-RtKIR" I LB'
regular meeting In the Methodist
Blanchard Law program chair :
STARKERED educational building last Friday PKG
man, presented the topic "Am I PORTERHOUSE
! night at 8 o'clock. The group enJoyed -
My Brother's Keeper. She was CORN KING
Fancy Sliced
| singing a number of old familiar -
by Mrs. J. D.
Doyle Mrs.
favorites under the leader- IJ!
Eustlce McKnight and Mrs. S. E. 1 BACON 43
of Mrs. Edward
Sparks. ship Charbonneau. You don't fet a great amount of PKG
Hostesses for the Letters of welcome were read Hank meat, or exceii bone and fat
evening were
CROSS DRIVE Mra. Fred Pellum Mrs. J. F. from Mrs Clifford J. M.uir President ; when you buy"Super Right"l'orl.rQUICK FROZEN Dressed & Drawn
of the Florida Federation of I bocce Steak. That's all trimmed off
Jan:.Ion, Mrs. J. O. Gay and Miss before weighing1 Instead, every Grade
I Music Clubs, and from Mrs. SidneyW CAPONS 75C
Dorothy Ross. ounce la tender,juicy and dMirabl A' LII
Godwin, of
president the Su- rOMPAM ands .why"Super Right"
The Doris Knight circle met I,wannee District. Porterhouse Steak glvee you more
Tuesday evening at 7:30: o'clock in The group enjoyed bearing Mrs. good eating for your money. Smoked Picnics, lb. .

the educational. building of the J. W. 1aufman and her violin m

GIVE church. a number of selections, and Mrs i* Large Headless Shrimp Ib.Aif 6,5<

The meeting opened with the Charhnnneau sang several solos 99C .. ,_..
/an singing"' of a hymn accampanled accompanied by Mrs L. A. Canova. ;hi i lure teu'V 'eniey; "Su,. 'tfiyit ,

I II By Mrs R. A. Green at the piano Hostesses for the evening. MrsE. Meet that every pound} ;it oM viik; a pbawntee. .g;

Ii Mrs T. K. McClane Jr., gave the K. Perryman and Mrs. Canova. V sOfitoctiQ",; In, plain l En9lis K, JOII get your ,

i I devotional.Mrs. served refreshments during the mon.y bee* if "ye* rfen'r think AAP Meet i it .
s J. A. Griffin circle leader social hour. .II.oct."oct..gqod!
presided during the business session

during which various reports Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Jr. Special music

from committees were heard. on the program was a solo by Mrs Golden Heart or Pascal, 46's A&P
Mrs. J. T. Lawson program Sara Coggins.I .
leader for the month, gave an Interesting The meeting was closed with
I Celery Stalks19c Famous 6 6I
discussion on "Am I My prayer by Mrs. Griffin. Butter w'.. .
Brother's Keeper." I Delicious refreshments were serv

I She was assisted by Mrs. Green, ed by the hostesses Mrs. Orle Wiggins I
Mrs. May Belle Whitehead and ana Mrs. A. B. Baker. I Winesap

The great humanitarian Apples 31b.-----39c Philadelphia Cream Cheese 1

I 01! the Red Cross need a t

""- ...,-" helping hand from everyone. yo R w lied HlisaPotatoes

When we give to the Red 5 Ib. - 25c Borden'sWejCutChive2Fresh 3

Cross we help selves'and ,
REDDY KILOWATT Red Ripe Tomatoes
ctn. 13c
Your Electric Servant help the community.

: Help complete the drive by Carrots, 2 bunches 15c Green Beans lb. .1'

f making contribution ,
yonr as My personal Integrity mad prufwtlon. backed 'i :.

soon as yon can. by 40 reare of experience in Fine Watch Re- 'I 11

< pairing, U rMr Guarantee of Satl-tfawtlon. YELLOW ,,rte Jv"ley OLEO l
lb. .19.ColoredONIONS <
': J. H. DuPre : Plain .
Ed Simpson

Seaboard R.R. Watch Inspector 0

( a. 1 3 lb. 13c..

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y, bfARCHlo. leao BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCOnAPn !!ITARIU!:, FLORIDA _m _____ m_______ PAGE_ __FW7IIIli __

Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sadenwater' Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Mrs. J. E.I I llat fS.BA to $5.0.1. ....1I..s Dress" I/Friendship Class ments are completed for extra
I spent last Wednesday In Gaines- Wilson and Mrs. S. T. Dell Shop. class rooms for the Sunday school.
ville visiting their nelce. Mrs. Gainesville left Friday for Miamito Mrs. W. F Godwin and Mrs. Has Supper MeetingMembers Mrs A. C. Llbhart were appointedan INCOME TAX
Norma Garrigus of Ft. Lauderdale vlsft Mrs. Dell's daughter W. J. Chandler are spending two RETURNS FILED :
I who was visiting her grandmother They returned here Tuesday week. In Griffin. Ga., visiting of the Friendship Bible orphanage committee. Miss -
I Mrs. H. J. DuPre of Gainesville. I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sullivan their sinter, Mrs. H. B. Montgomery Class of the Presbyterian Sunday Evelyn Stump reported- arrange. Esp.rirnrcd. reliable, prompt :
school and their guests enjoyed
THE MEWS Slip $1.79 to $!.9S (straight rut) spent Sunday in Gainesville visiting service at nxle cost. J
I a fellowship In the Sunday
at Leila's Drew Shop. friends and relatives Mr and Mrs. H. T. Godwin supper
---- - were guests of Mrs. Lola Johnson school room Friday night of last Birthday-Weddings I
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66 Mrs. Peggy Tilley spent last Guests of Mrs. F. H. Long of week. OP SpecialCAKES Bookkeeping Service !
d Mrs Harry Mooty had Hat $3.98 to $3.93.: Leila's Dre,i Sunday in Jitcknonvlle visiting Tuesday were Mrs. Bryant S. Carol Ladle Keystone, Heights ran now last buy Sunday.Nylon Mrs. James Bunch was In charge .i
guests Thursday evening Shop. "friends and relatives and Mrs, Richard Thede and son, Hone at the you Konnie-Donnlr. Klrttt, of arrangements for the event.A I CAM i'BELL'SBOOKKZEPING
elk Mr. and Mr'- Milton Mrll. Roy Turner and daughter Mrs. Y. A. Harris returned to all of Jack onvllJ.. quality Al gauge, $1.25.: brief business meeting was M1nE TO OKDKRMrs. : '>:RVICB 1
r and Miss Beryl Holland Carol arrived here last week I Gainesville Tuesday after spending Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle had Announcing the arrival of China held presided over by Billy Jackson Harry Lnppe 122: South Walnut St.
vllle\ and Capt. Edward after spending several months In(l several days here visiting her as their guests last weekend their Silver & rryntal "Hi-r Chosen class president. During the 316 N, fhiirrh St. I
who has Just returned Miami visiting relatives. At present [daughters Mrs R. A. Green and granddaughter, Linda Sue Halle Pattern" at the Bride'* Shoppe. meeting Mrs. Guy Andrews and _
Lutes after 18 months' they are making their home |Mrs. G. J. McGriff. of Jacksonville and Miami and Mr. and Mrs. N. D. .
Wainwright '-' '
. : : : .
with Mrs. Turner's I Lair 'W
fin Korea. sister, Mrs. you ran now buy NylonHone David Helms of Jacksonville Jr., and Mr. W. M. \Vlmber1ywill c
Mrs. Lorenzo Green Peggy Tllley. at the Ronnle-Donnli*. First Dresea $3 to $3.93 at Leila' upend the rest of this weekIn
,land-randd ughter, Marjorie, ladles you can now buy Nylon quality-; gauge. $I I.:5. Drew Shop.Guests west Florida. Mrs. Wimberly SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE!
['t weekend In Tallahassee lion at the Ronnie-Donnle. First I Mr. and Mrs. T. Raymonds find of Mrs. J. B. Alexander will visit Mrs Wlllard Pass In
L of Mr and Mr. Green's quality 51 gauge, '1.2S. |IMIM Mamie Smith of Gainesville last Friday were Mr. and Mrs.C. Tallahassee and Mrs Van Cren-
Lv and daughter Mr. and Guests of. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. |were luncheon guests of Mr. and O. Dupuis of Alachua and A. shaw In Apalachlcola. 3-pc. Maple BEDROOM SUITES
Jllard Pass.i Miles last weekend were Bill Milesof I Mrs. J. L. Anderson last Saturday R. Jones of High Springs. Mrs. Dorothea Roberta of Bar
Miss Alma Thomas of Bob Jones Miss Janet Anderson of Jacksonville .
of Florida South-, Jacksonvile and Glbaon Poole tow was a guest last weekend of
Faxon Lakeland, was the! of Jacksonville Beach. College, Greenville, South Carolina, spent last weekend here visiting Mr and Mrs. M. F Hazen. Regular Price 9930 r '
i.ge f Ills In mother Mra.! W. D. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Eakew of arrived Saturday to spend a week her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U....mM* $.1 to $.V.tl.\!> at l...llit'n I 1 t ut
here with her parents, Mr. and L. Anderson. She had as her Dress Slu.p.. !HALF.' : TRICK
last weekend. Atlanta Ga., spent several daYIIweek' Mrs. B. T. Thomas. I weekend Miss I
guest during Mr and Mrs A.
to $:J.93 at Lelbs's last F Sauls and
$5 visiting Mr. and
? Mrs. Hats $3.98 to$5.95,14118's: Dre"* Melba Stringfellow of the State
},t. J. Sadenwater. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, 50
help Shop. (I Farm.t's Jr.. were guests of Mr. and Mrs.Joe 79 ..
--- Rigdon and Mrs. Myrtice 4
Hawthorne of Lake City last Sunday .I

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Mrs. Merrill G. McMillan Mrs Thin I Is a real buy you wmildexpert
Merrill StruUi and Mrs H. U to pay much morel! '"
Hough pent last Tuesday In

dens.Palatka visiting the Ravine Gar. WE HAVE MANY VALUES IN TABLES!

Guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. M.
Barefoot and family last Wednesday WALNUT 5PC. .tfNt''N PIIYFE F.tHMICA TOP
; was the Rev. Richard of

here. 'Clearwater.:Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells had COFFEE TABLES Dinette Suits
as their guests Sunday Mr. Well*'
brother-in-law and sister Mr and e
,Mrs. F. W. Kozlerlckl Miss Janet R.\..... 8895 PRICE
Loadholtz/ and Miss Ann Pulley of
Atlantic Beach.
the. Sup $1.79to$2.95 (straight cutj) W'e A Regular 119J Value
at Lrlla'a Drew Shop.
Mrs 1. D. Green Mrs. A. F. Ile Sum To See> Till "....,nIMhln&.h...!
.. Snuls. Mrs/ L. S. Hutto Miss Gnr-
nlta Hutto and Mra. Maud Lappe (
I. attended the Roberts funeral at
Elzey's Chapel near Lake Butler Be Sure To See Our Metal

Thursday Friendi of of last Mr.Week and Mrs John A Regular 15.95 Value! Porch And Yard Furniture!

Mixon will regret to l learn that
their| small daughter Dorothy HU.KT.UtS' I I 95 Pltlt'K.:
Jean, Is confined to North Florida :
Clinic due to severe burns sustained -
|overturned a cup of hot coffee
Automatic Washer" Mrs T. B. Harding, Mrs. T. K.

''''Mrs.'Mi-Clane Ewell, Mrs.Lawson R. B. Alvarez attended and the Denmark Furniture Co.

Augustine Regional PTA Wednesday meeting In St. PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.

Slip* 111.70 to $2.08 (straight rut)
'at Lrllu'* IIM-NH' !Shop.
Mrs. Willard Wynn and children, -
Mrs. Claude Prevatt and daughter ,
and J, W. Prevatt returned
last week after a visit In Miami.
M. Sgt and Mrs J. D. Smith HOME I
van' my jo '10111;:) Xpnp ja-jiiHnnp pUB TARLINGSSTARKEOWNED'
la, Ga. were weekend guests of
Mrs. Smith's mother Mrs. Laura
-- .-.- Tyson. rocery
.:....' --- -' ; Chns. A Darby underwent an
::: ,;,. '"
emergency appendectomy In the
eg 1 --u. Shndyrrest Hospital Tuesday !SPECIAL' : : FOR THE; WEEK I ENDING J\lAUCII11th. 1050.:>>

Linda Fay Wasdin WE RESERVE: THE HlGIIT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets

Celebrates BirthdayLinda

Fay Wasdin celebratedher

Y. last sixth Monday birthday afternoon anniversary with a Rose Blue C

ytat. party In the kindergarten clan" RICE 3 29
room at the USO building. Hosteas Factory *
', on this occasion was h..rmoth..r. Pack
;. Mrs R. S. Wasdln.
<< ..1 1':;'.c"1n.-r ,. ,.,,.r"W ... A Games directed by Mrs. Martha
"';. ,J;. Smith kindergarten Instructor. _
were played by the many young

....... % r' :c <. n guest Prizes were won by Susan -
; r
; <' ''"1 e. ,.....-:;.., Mrs Slade Wasdin and John, assisted Adams by Mrs BETTER BRAND _3 For ROGER 2 CANS

> : Clara Colson and Mrs. Smith
t :,
served cake and Ire cream to the
"!' ',,>'1, children. Favors for the after- Dog Food 23C PEAS 33C
: dltlt noon were candy Easter eggs.
.r, Those enjoying this affair with
.. Linda Fay were Carol Ward, John
,; ,' Adams. Arthur Holliday. Clifford
gym--. ? ,6 '}:#.' Bailey.,, Donna Billy Monnett Faxon Tommy Donna Andrew TALL
t. ,0<' : Armour's
wick, Robert Hall, Susan Slade MILK I S 29c

Diane Carolyn Colson Pullam Mary Jim Anne and Long Bill, (LIMIT SIX) CANS

Dowllng Betty Wainwright, Mar.
llyn Hern wall, Jimmie Smith
Peggy Henderson, Wayne Kinney
David Engram Harold Seymour,

and Joallce Graham No. 2 1-2 Libby's Fruit New Red Bliss 3 LB.

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p'(1 !I Cocktail 34' Potatoes 19C

Frl. & Si t., :March 10 & It
UorRLE F"E\TI'n.: -

Corpse Vanishes Corned Beef T\\'li\\ g 29

All by !itself the new Maytag Automatic suds. We'd like to show it to you so won't With llela Lng'wlAMI '
uI washes, rinses, spin-dries! Clothes get sparyou stop in soon? We give easy terms and '-

iJ kUng clean quickly with gentle, thorough a liberal" trade-in.. Roll Thunder RollIn

tlni-rolor with Jim UrmnmmAlt" Sweet Sixteen LB. Old Fashioned Round lb.
!Short KrrlalNun.
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I \ ft Thur. March 15 A: I* LB.
whit, inside and
famous CyraSparkun0 out
Her I I. MayleV "
An work ia done you _
you ')()l'BLE FEATIKEThat's -
Just set two simple control for foam washing action-the same .. the beauty of the Maytag
action acclaimed by owner of Automatic will but a lifetime.
tim and water temperature.
Your time i i. your own until. million of standard Maytagwashers. Maytag construction mean My GalLnne
of fine
years performance.
you take out;your clothe

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J. R. Kite Owner William", Barbara Half
Starke Fla. Also Latent New' "
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ua1.s&.o_ 'round tiff ....k. divorce Bradford "rOVI""d by law, or decree pro con-. I ciRCfiT COURT BRADPORD' ed Starch'20th Court ,.J'50.cause In,th. ''WI""l,il
hi. tables coming In the year faun. Shell b* entered afalnat you.Bradford "COUNTY FLOxlD.IV CHAMCKRY. w i
which I .
dou11 caught publish seeks divorce
grater cnuntY'1 and
: .I. .shall 1'1.
;rn.Irpf'.U'.h: ; County Telegraph '
and that will be Ideal. weekly l issue. child Bradford Connt"i 5
FARMER'SDIARY t nterest. When the war was over .e o Wltnene. my hand and a publish this. Order. In the next rourw..k Ethel Byrd Plaintiff. *.. Walter Shall publish this 'Orrt I' i r>X

he tired of hla old Job took on the Going to bring Pride, our pet at ruary Htarke 19h0.OFFICIAL Florida. this 13rd of F.b"i \ Iy l Kuea.Vltneaamy hand snit official aealat Clarence Byrd, Defendeint. Can No. four weekly laauea.. t.

grater and In a short time has steer calf, over to the house aide ( PEAL) of A., J. Thomas:, "tark 14th., dey ofdFebruary Florida.IhlK A. D.19A .. 7754.OHDER OF PtTIrLICATIpN: .t Witness Slark...my Florida band. ami II en1 ,
An Clerk said Court. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 15lh. JUO.
sold almost three million. Many of our farm this week. Hopehegets By Haven Crosby, D C. *.' Clerk of aalil. Court.By STATE OF FLORIDA to: WalterClarence (OFFICIAL SEAT)
Interesting people visit Fla., reacquainted quickly anddoesn.t John J. Henderaon.O:11i.,4: Kla.?1 2 Colonial HavenoCro Deputy Clerk.. Byrd whose residence la: A. Clerk
By Sam McGarvey very start another wild rodeo Avenue. a-lT (OFFICIAL HEAL) Unknown.You Ry Haven Crosby 5
a.u 4t -
If get a chance to meet them. Ally for Plf. William H. Lone, Oalneavllle.. Fla. required to appear on 2.17 4t 3.10
to you such as we had one time when I for Plf. 2-1T 4t 1-10 are
The aathor will be glad rr- Attv ----------"
IV f'IHt'II'r t"o'n'r, BR (I>KOIII>
rive Item" of interest reDN'rnInlr is coming Tom the old mule decided to run 4-01 YTS'. FK>HIU.'I I'M'' C'MA1:*.
activities of farmer In Our gilt Henrietta everything on our farm.GRAHAM. rbn: V :
.He'mmrk. fend Plaintiff,
decidedto Marlon
W Bradford County.J SugjeHtlon may along In good style nowe vii. .NVImm J. Cloud Defendant.. Case

office "guesstimate" her weight. No 7,64.OFiDER.
be left at the Telegraph OF TM'm.IfATION

mailed to Sam McGarvy. Lawtey. Found out that she weighs about AND NOTICE TO AI'PEAR :7
Florida.' 143 lb.. which Isn't very much (hood whom iculilenre and ad-
a By Mr*. John McKlnnry arfff In-: A Chester Street. Lancaetr l
- perhaps but she Is building I Pennnyivitnla..
Vlaited the Nelson Greens C. V. Inglerlght of Campbellsburg. frame. In a couple of You are' required. to appear' on
large I
March 27th. 19BO, In the abova nomad -
Indiana In which says that men- Robt. I Perkins will Interrupt -
this week and enjoyed !months we'll have her bred and Rev. l Court and cause. wherein plnln-
tioning planting persimmon tr..e8was his current series on the tiff seeks. divorce.. Bradford County
at their "park"a beautiful I then see what we get; when she "I this OrderIn _
looking much for her "It brought
too In the meantime we're Holy Spirit to deliver a' message ; next pf"o0'.h; .1.:111u: : .
flower and shrub garden in back memories of those good farrows. on "The Necessity of Resurrection" \VltnpHH my hand and' official .Meal
not selling or buying any more at Mtarke, Florida this February22nd Qtd
Nelson I have
Asked Japanese persimmons ChurchIn
a setting of pines. I at the Graham Baptist 1 IQ61.OFIo"I"IAr.
about the method to yse in drying Bradford County." She also hogs. the morning service Sunday. ( SKAT) .A, .1, Them, I
A.'I..rk<< if Mid Court.By
and he advised says they have a persimmon festival The evening message will be '
up a milk cow Finally 'rigged up some cultivating flnven Crosby D. ( .
feed stuffs which will not out in that region, and gaveus on the tractor "Scriptural Baptism." T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida
peanut a recipe for persimmon pud- equipment Mrs. H. L. Beard and friends Ally fonPlf.\ 8.24t 3-17
such as
produce milk and tried it out In the potato
which Alice will use at her 4}
ding, last Wednes-
etc. of Gainesville spent
vine hay. snapped corn. patch. Turned out to be a very IN' f Hid IT (01""r. PH'IFO.IO
Said It will take about a monthto first much opportunity., Mrs. Inglerlght.Thank you tiresome and exasperating Job, day with her mother Mrs. F. M. 1('eat'<)1 I\T V. ', KI.OHIIMl, IN' flltNFlorence .

do. very matter of hookup Griffin. Naomi flatten Plaintiff
0 0 .. becauM It was a .
Asked him also about raising this week we I this, unhook that try It, and Mrs. P. S. Crews and sister No.v. William 7750. Batten Defendant Case
One night past
blueberries around here and he change again. But at last we Mrs C. D. Sellers of Raiford OIU>RR': OF Prm-ir-ATION
sure thought we were In for a NOTICK TO APPEAR
folks cultivate that two discs were visiting their brother, G. W.
aid that not many terrible freeze. The Frost War got It working HTATB OF FLORIDA: William
then;'any more) (although he said ning Service forcastcd the worst lined up In back of two middle- RIVers, last Tuesday. Batten, whore residence la : Unknown i iL.

did about 20 ago) took of the sides Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
they years freeze of the winter and at about busters care Surrency Y"uII'''' required to appear on
because they are so plentiful in of the beta. and the middles. In were visiting their daughter Mrs March 20th/ 1950, I In the above. named
9 went out to the kitchen i
p.m. Court and raune, wherein
We want to get some all after had It Mack In Jacksonville, :
the woods. garden and protected every no time at .we McKenzie seeks divorce Bradford CountyTeleicraph
pie la a last shall ptibllHh this Order -.
because blueberry Sunday.Mrs.
thing we could. We had nothingto ttvated. ;'n next four. weekly IxxueK.WltnexK -
fine dish put over the tender young Emma Rivers of Auburn- my hand and official seal i -- -
e of the beds because all of the at Stark, Florida this February
dale spent part of last week with
tomato plants so we tried something 14th. 1150.OFFICIAL./ -
Had a friendly letter from Mrs we heard about recently: potatoes aren't up yet, but ,ivlll her son, George Rivers. ( SEAL) A. J. Thornan, -

we covered them up with aol : get after the patch again In a i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Perkins and Ry Haven. Crosby A. Clerk, 1>.of C.said. Court. --s- :

Well the temperature when we : week. Which reminds us of a bit Miss Clarice Murphy of Jackson- 2-17 4t 1.10 -

went to bed was 'down to almost of aclf ice given us by Mr. Starke, vile attended church services here Iv ('."r'I'r ("ot'.I'r. mttnronnCOl py16

freezing and we thought we were our Virginia farmer friend: "The Sunday night. 'M-t. .FI.OIIIM4I IV' StarkeONE time to cultivate is before It is CKH Y.ClauAe .
In for It for sure But when Ne Mr. and Mrs.. Clarence Melton J. McCool. Plaintiff v... Zella

got up next morning, everything necessary! and children of Gainesville were If 7756.Mi-Cndl, Defendant. Cane No. -

was fine and no front! Happy? dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ORDER 0V PfB-Lir-ATION -
DAY ONLY You bet! Didn't even mind uncovering Visited a delightful and interesting Jennings Starling AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
j. Sunday. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Zella JT
named Dr.
the tomato plants. gentleman Mr. and Mrs. Forest MoCoul, whose renldenre. and arldreaa -
Since then the weather has become A. LeClerc who has a place on Reynoldsof .. IK: 212 Rice Street N., Lilt' CUT YOUR TRAVEL COSTS
Jacksonville spent the weekend Hock. Arkanoan.
TUESDAYMarch milder, and we've had a Kingsley Lake this week. He
with her mother, Mrs. F. T. Abernathy You are required to appear on
nice gently rain. and Mrs. LeClerc have planted March 20 1950 In the above. named
e what seems' like thousands of Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

14 Berry plants are coming along shrubs, plants, and trees on their We thank the good Lord for Telearraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford thla County Order

;land and when all of them, attain the good rain he sent us Sundayand In next four weekly I. "u.
good now but It will be some Witness. niv hand and official .aeal I Go Gey
maturity the LeClercs will have a Monday afternoons at Mtarke, Florida, this February r/uni/
Starke Lions.Club weeks before they will be In full 15. laiiii
beautifully landscaped h 0 m e. Mrs. Arlie Broughton was sick
production again. Getting only a Dr.. LeClerc, a former senior with flu last week but is much A. Clerk of said Court.

PROUDLY PRESENTS few pints at a picking now whichwe chemist with the U. S. Dept. of better at this writing. By Haven. Crosby 1) C.
K. K. Perrvman, Mtarke Florida
are selling on the highway at Agriculture Is an authority on Mrs. Hilliard Broughton of Ally for Pit 2.17 4t -10

30c a pint. Some folks from New the cereal grains, and Is listed In Gainesville is visiting her son anddhughtqrMnlaMr iv' nnri IT (!'. nnti Foiiiroi > ONI WAY IOUND alp

AnHrtafs Ftnitl( Jersey stopped In for brrrlea the Who's Who. Mr. and Mrs. '%".!"%', FI.Ox10t/' 4M1V'' GAINESVILLE $ .50 $ 90 FREQUENT SCHEDULES

other day and we enjoyed their e o eWe Carl Broughton this week. Vlarttm-ct('HII1' Mary Tllt, Plaintiff va.Forrext LAKE CITY .90 1.65 COMFORTABLE
visit very much. Seems this fel- keep a good watch on our Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ortagus Rite, Defendant! Can No. '
low was In service during the last orchard and are happy that the 7751. 3.10 5.60
and Mrs. Kate Starling and children Or.nER OF PfrrMfATIOV: SCENIC BEAUTY
war. stationed in Paris France, peach and plum trees are In leaf AND NOTICE TO APPEAR TAMPA 3.25 5.85
were St.
toff' Augustineand .
1 While there he came across a (even a few peach blossoms), the : RTATK WF.. FLORIDA to: ForreKtflte NATIONWIDE SERVICE
the Alligator Farm last Sunday u ho residence and address MIAMI 5.55 10.00
little kitchen gadget called the grapes are budding and the persimmon la: Unknown.
and are showing : ,.. You are required to appear on OCALA I 1.25 2.25
pecans" March 20/ 1950, In the above. named. ".. jean (!.MlHt 7-1ede
signs of life. "Our"citrus la slow Court and catlxe, wherein plaintiff DAYTONA 2.25 4.05

and we're hoping; that Utey'llwake .neeka cllvorre.. Itrndford. County' AI!, Ila tJre'lioll",( vrre"
Telegraph shall publish thla Order
Louis R. Dean up and grow, too. LONG BRANCH In next, four weekly IHHUPN.WltniK .
.. e e my hand and official Deal. 2.65 4.80 '
at ftnrkc, Florida, this. February GREYHOUND BUS STATION
f l TAX CONSULTANT Have some more figures; from fly Mrs. J. U StricklandOn U. "lo. WAYCROSS. (:.A. 2,45: 4.45: .
chickens. Seems that (
Alice her
BOOKKEEPING on AK Clerk of paid Court. ATLANTA GA. 6.85 12.35 North Temple' Ave., Starke, Fla.
the old beaten-up barnyard flock Monday, Feb 27. C. E. Belt ny haven. Crosby, D. C.

'" SERVICE I of reds and barred rocks averaged: celebrated his Slat birthday anniversary T. Frank, Plf.Ijindrilm Btarke 2-17, FlorldnAttyfor 4t 3-10. PERRY 2.00 3.60' Phone 147 JSANFORD

12.0 eggs per bird during February --very quietly Just doIng 2.25 4.05 '
while the young white his regular work, taking care .
0Phan FI,4IIOt .II U H'CH JllHCItl.me WINTER HAVEN 3.70 6.70
PRESENTINGn I Holland pullets averaged 18 eggs of his nttle chickens. His son- (' "i ..,' iv' C M> FOH iiiniiKOfllt -
.* 229 t bird. Shows In-law and 101 ''OjT"'. IV "'II \'(''';''''. ST. PETERSBURG 3.70 6.70 f
quite conclusively Jim
115 W. Call St. I per daughter and John Lletx, Jr. e?
that If it's egg production you're Bessie Strickland managed a TIe In ii Vt, PALATKA 75 1.35 '
Amazing Array Ofl i STARKE. FLORIDA I' v..
after eat sell --z 1
you'd better up or surprise birthday supper for Mm Florence lliimberiiton Lleti
Hut ttdtral Tax All/
Stars In- off chickens after the second year. and it was really a' surprise. Bes- Defendant.HI en Above Fare
pangleland '
Other figures show that the old sie baked a beautiful three-tier ORDER vow OF 10: No PUBLICATION' 7751 :

luding hens show a gross return of $4.60 ribbon cake and placed the 81 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
:, above the cost of each 100 lb. of HTATK OF FI.OHIDA TO:
candles on it. He received several ,
Florence Htimbert I.leti,
Save Time Work, feed consumed while the pullets nice presents and all present whose. residence. and address la: :i
MOW a return of 680. But no had a very enjoyable evening. LTnknown.You are required to file your appearance GREYHOUND

Capt. Eddie KuhnIn and Money! matter how you slice It, It's still Bother Belt sat up and enjoyed on the 20th day of March

the steel arena battling I:I I I baloney, when feed costa. stay the fun as much as anyone. Court A. D. and 1950.cause In the wherein above-named Plaintiff

the only mixed: group of wild high the year round. and egg Miss Mildred Wood has been seeks divorce, and thereafter file listen to "Elmrr DavU and the Nrwn" Mon.
Pounds Of Your your Answer or other pleading aa Wed., Fri. 7llS P. M. over \VPIKJ 600 on your rli. IHere's
animal. on tour today! : prices drop again and again. tick with flu all week. Billie -
9 e o o 'I
Laundry Done In Wilkinson Is substitute teachingor

Who says you can't raise a her until she !Is able to returnto

only wild rabbit? Alice has but now school
Helen Haag we don't know quite what to do j
Arthur Hatcher called Mr. the best and
and her World' famous chimpanzees Minutes. It la with It. Little Wlggely scampers Strickland March 1, checking on on most beautiful car
of tile Jungle, monkeys around our front porch nibblingnow
the roads and asking If Jim could
ponies & doge! 40 Washed Spotlessly and then o n some carrot
act as clerk In the coming election.He .
I Clean-Ready tops and cabbage leaves. Beat
also looked at Mr. Strickland's at lowest
I Idea we've had so far Is to pre- cost I ITh.
To Iron! ear where the cancer was and .' .
sent it to child and
a guess that's
Frankie Woods I what we'll do. expressed his amazement. at the

and her famous "Hung ofDeath Cents Is All It .e o e way it has healed.

Got some more things plantedIn Rev. Taggart has been holdinga

r'I 40 Costs! Try Our our kitchen garden: English revival at Collins Road with

I peas mustard spinach beets, : good crowds every night. He

Leon Snyderand Service Soon! lettuce and radishes. Alice also also wishes to see Mr. Strickland's

ear and expressed his thankfulness -
libertytiorxra transplanted her rhubarb plants
the famous to the garden, after preparing the that the Lord does heal our

The Washeteria soil with plenty. of stable manure. bodies as well as our souls.

e e Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johns announce

Latest thing In chickens: by the birth of a son on

'The Knight Family 323 Temple AvenueBENEFIT Injecting vegetable dyes Into the I March 4. A.

wlnar" 0' the .silver ,1..1! eggs before hatching chicks of I We are thankful for the slow' A:1 < h

various colors can be produced. rain we have been having all day. -

What will you have sir. a dozen The land has been so dry there
pink biddies And for you II was no need to plant any more

The Doll Sisters NIwSW i4jy madame, how about a dozen assorted than we have planted (and had .

".orl..... )., ii>KP..t stars of the \.OC"-'" colors 'red. blue, green frostbitten)I. for there wasn't

air. In the Itolbwmxl. aerial }!; r.-. ;! i lnrarnn! ___ rte? Don't know If thla Idea I enough moisture In the groundto
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ballet! _::._ ;.'-_._......._ .:::- ha. any practical uses but sure sprout the seed.

: I ""''JHIIo. :' cii't\J: :;::.. can imagine some fellows swearIng :_

IN' 1'INt'11'r (-o' nr. HIS "IFOIU' _
i BY THIS off drinking liquor If, after I ('", %T". ....OHIII\I IX' llli \\. -
taking a nip too much they seen 'KHV.Vina: .
Shirley batch of chicks. U. Young. Plaintiff v. Jamoa
performing GOOD NEWSCOM3INATION green V Young. Defendant Case No.
largest e e eWe 17U.
her slater! "Suale. ( nnnKR op prniirATiov: 3ryl.lin.. D. lv.e Door Sedan
elephant can
: grow Alice ANI NOT1TO. APPEAR I
qr;. and the baby elphants. went around our place wavinga 8T\TK OF FLORIDA to: Jamta
and Jane! carrot last week which R Young, whose rmldrnr la: Un
Mary YOUR HOME TOWN FAMR weighed known.You.
.iv.. JT.H complata. daptndobl 1.2 lb. She attributed her sue- ar''' required to appear on
local n.w>. You scud. t. know. all cess to putting wood aahea! In the March 27th. 190, In th. shove named ,
that i i. going en %>h...-yo" Ii..... soil. : Court. .and cause, herein plaintiff .'
a *ka dlvorca, custody and confrnl = .
Pricesdults e e e of minor child VradfordCounty
PoDular But you live eke In I TelPeraph shall publish II thin
WORLD where big ..."" ar* Inlh Some cattle got Into our sedge Or<1r In nnxt four. weekly \IHHUFI, ,, -: This car alone provides the trim and
which Wlln.... mv hand and official anal
makinf v nto can grass field and as that Is I
....... .. much right at Mtarko. Florida, tees February tr'- tailored
10 to of
you. your next to Body Fisher at
our kitchen garden 2, th lt.10lliFPK'lAr. = ". by ,
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1-25 I |job.> your homo, your 'ulu,.. for chase them we "":.\1.1 A. JT. Thomas io4iiiii'i'1l' .iiI
constructive; report oad. inUrpra* away regularly Tiredof A. Clerk of said Court. lowest cost! This car alone offers a choiceof
65cTAX lotions of notional cad international that the other day, we enlisted try ll.ivon Croahy. I'. (\
:hildren .. .- -. n.w4, tHero is ... tubititutt the help of Leo, our alrdale who F Any K. for p.rr. t."n. Ptarko.3-lt Florida 4t S-17 I FIRST. and Finest. at Lowest Cost! the finest in, automatic or standard

ISl'L\'IIISO :) for THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Is tied up all the time. Welt I drives at lowest cost! This alone
( MONITOR. Leo thought it was great sport iv riiK-tir 1'01 M .. HHti>fr>Hi' .> Chevrolet fs Iho only car that brings you these outstanding feature car gives
101Tl. 1.1" 1111V.
bio the .b.n.fi.( of "being until he miffed a rabbit track I t ":'HV.Vli.lu Il at lowest price NEW STYLE-STAR BODIES BY FISHER o NEW all] the advantages of Valve-in-Head ngine

1 DISPLAYS OFOUTSTANDINC but informed-. locally, .nationally then a skunk or some darned .VH JnM MrKlnala* Elmer. *, Klmoro.l).f.ndant.Plaintiff Case TWO-TONE FISHER INTERIORS .. CENTER.POINT STEERING CURVED performance-including the most powerful
; 2 7 int.fnetoeolly-with your local thing or other and the first thing No 77H7 WINDSHIELD
.!7 ACTS i paper. and The Christian Scionco; we knew he was off like a Hash I ORDER. OP Prfll.TCATIOV: with PANORAMIC VISIBILITY LONGEST. HEAVIEST LOW. engine in its field-at lowest cost!
I through the fence and out Ft-ORIDA Jo.. El- with Dubl-Life. rivet.I. .
on the STATR OF to: And it
$ highway. We almost died of I more, whose realilenca. .la* Charleat less linings EXTRA-ECONOMICAL TO OWN-OPERATE-MAINTAIN. so goes through every phase of

TWICE DAILY! I -----------.lV8. fright until we got the rascal back j>trM. south, said (city'.rnll and nil. atata.Z30 Spring motor car value I ; for only I Chevrolet I offers

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\ Tke ChrtalU lel;* .1 tied as he la POWERd
up. unaccustomed TOil a required to appear on
Oae. St., (xten I S,M- V.lA.Pleoie to traffic and does :March 17th. 19&0. In th t abova rrmm- many features of highest-priced auto-
not watch out ---

I to efi4 The me CNrHHen on InffrWwetoryeubicrlatUMi Ie.1' ..... for cars. He will be kept tied ,plaint Combination of Powtrgtttlt Transminion and 103-h.o. mobiles at the'lowest I prices!

[3, P.M. & 8 P.M. Mealier. VANS I owlete (I.I I.r87 I. cows in the ourselves.future and we'll chase the engine optional on D* Liuf motel ul cure coat. Come in and see the Chevrolet for '50-

I o e o e first and finest
at lowest
|'oors Open 2 & 7 p.m,. '--.1 cost!
Guess we'll never be satisfied

1114..1 with what we have planted. Now i iwe're IYO Hat5IPO TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

planning a berry patch-

Clowns Galore! raspberries, blackberries blueberries LY
\. ." ,yi 1._, 10'.....
etc. Ultimate Idea Is to tIME PHONE 111 STARKE FLA.
I have fresh fruits, berries, vege- I & COURT STREETS

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\between his home in Margate City Just recently entered the missionary Margaret and Lucille Hall recently
N. J" and New York City. where ; field will be the speaker at I spent a weeeknd In Valdosta and FOR ALL TYPES OF
he maintains an apartment; for HAMPTONBy the Saturday Youth for Christ Dasher GaM..mbers PEST CONTROL
weekends meeting A cordial Invitation la of the Womens Mis-
Mr. M. C. Sweetie! WHITE OR PHONE
extended to all to attend ese I slomtrv Union had a prayer tierI -
Methodist ChurchThe "weekly meetings Fine speakershave |I vice at the Baptist Church last FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand

NEW ARRIVALS been secured these past two Thursday and Frlduy. In obser I Ivan..e CHEMICAL CO.
Sunday Services both weeks Mr. Mender of I of week of :
morning Congratulations are being extended i including prayer. 2150; N. Ala. St.
Gainesville Ph. 6035
and evening bring us to the to Mr and Mrs. Paul Mengon Lake Swan Conference Melrose I Attending the Home League -
climax of the "Week of Dedlia- the birth of their third child who presented Bible picture slides, Rally and Supper in Jacksonville i Termite Rodents( -- All Household Pests
\ fist Church At The Tabernacle Hon. Sunday morning the sermon and first daughter" Carolyn Marie I last Saturday evening, and the I on February 27th were \MrsV Moth Proofing Flame Proofingtrrt
subject will be "Words that who arrived Feb 21 ,j I four young people from I'ark-of- ,
on Friday P. Duiden Mrs Fred S. Dodd I lnNMttlon| ,,,,, and I-Mlnuiten: liven by Graduate
? -k-arts and Gentle People"rmon I The group attending the Tab..r'nacle Change Life" a challenge to1 I,'in Shadycrest Hospital. ''ithi I Palms Hiss May Wary Miss I Mr. Edward' \Munson Mrs. Metta : Entomologist Florida .
subject from the over the weekend experiencedtwo dedication This will be followed I I Mr. and Mrs. E M. Prevail are 'JXIIBVatnon.. Bill Stnhl and EiUnd and Mrs \M C. Sweeney I, It. (University of )
nrlst. Sunday morning at kinds of showers--spiritual ,I by the Lord's Supper an act of ,proudly announcing the birth of I II I: Harold Brooks who had a most I \Mr and Mrs. Fred Whlddenhave Ih'rnloM"y| Ial'I'! | | Roy V. Rolg
m the First Baptist i and material and both very much dedication inspiring service on February 25:
,1's I(I Emory Mlddl ton. Jr., In Alachun ; as their house guest Mr
t Starke. The combined needod Friday morning Dr and |I It Is not what happens to us ,County Hospital Gainesville on ,, Large groups from Hampton j I t1'hidden's mother fromI1..hljltn\ |
youth choirs will bring Mrs. William L. Petlingtll of, that counts most in life Raptlst Church and i
III ? I I I but February 24. Mrs. Prevatt is the' Hope Baptist This Is her first visit to Florida )I
i nuslc with :Mrs.: Mona Margate! City. N. J, arrived and .rather what we do with what hap- I former Miss Betty Jean Adkins. Church attended the Song Concert Mrs Ko ic> Macintosh of Daytona I
the organ. were guests of the Tabernacle pens to us Paul said "I went Into i In Hawthorne Sunday afternoon has been visiting \Mr and
ila venlng during the Happy through Sunday Dr. Pettingill ,, Arabia" and that Is the sermon Jl'VEMLK': P\KTIEt* |! Mrs. F. B. Hall has been con
\Mrs Glen Macintosh! Sr. ,
evangelism pastor L. D brought the message that eveningon I subject for the 7:30 hour Leaaton Forsyth celebrated his fined to Shady,rest Hospital for 1
will be "Foollshan the Sunday fourteenth birthday, Feb. 24, I!the Mr and hire Luther Watterson
i message subject: What Is the i evening on i I past week with a head Infection
evangelistic message. Gospel?" The answer is givenin Sunday School begins at 9:45. with a winner roast and outdoor She Is expected to re- :were Sunday guests of \Mr and
ouch horus directed by Mrs I Corinthians 15. Dr Pettlnglll The nursery: I In open for babies and party at the home of his parents, I i turn, to her home this Meek. Mrs. R F. Touihton of Belle DUTIES I
Mann w"\ l lead the singing (said, also: "The gospel the good small children during the mornIng Mr and Mrs. Joe Forsyth. A jolly I I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kammerer Mr and Mrs. J. O Adklns have !
quested hymns and gospel news that the Son of God becamethe service. time was enjoyed by the large 'arrived last Friday from Philadelphia had as recent guests Mr and Mrs conscientiously performed with modesty
B. J of East
Son of Man that man might You are Invited to worship with group of boys and girls. Hampton palRtka'1
sesda; us. and will spend several and Mr. and Mrs. E of expense and no lessening: of
with departments become the son of God. Sylvia May entertained her
| School
1' \ for all ages and a Visitors from Park-of-the-Palms. -- J R. Hill Pastor. Primary Sunday School class witha weeks with the C L. May family.Mr and daughter Helen, of New River *Y jq Service have won for us an enduring
classes and Mrs enter. \\ Gordon Wadsworth and I IIr8.
i May recently
of more than 80, Theressa, Lake Butler party on Saturday afternoon
staff Keystone
[ing I tamed the Hampton Training Union children, Jerry and Mary Katharine regard In the communities which we
i each Sunday morning at Heights as well as guests from Kingsley Lake Baptist Feb. 25.: Ten little boys and girls I with and social. of Gainesville, were visitors
a song practice
o'clock. Training Unions local hotels enjoyed the message. attended, and lovely favors :were here Friday serve.
ir at 6:15: p.m. for fellow. i Saturday evening Dr. Pettingill Services are held each Sunday given at refreshment time. Mrs. Hubert Mayhew, Laper. ,
Mich has been a recent guest of
and worship and training In addressed the youth group telling morning at the Kingsley Lake LADIES !MEETINGThe her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. LAST
?h membership. I them the stories of his two favorite Baptist School Church as follows: Sun- Ladles Council was enter. I and Mrs. L. A Hall while here. RELIEF AT DeWITT C. JONESPhone
service Is held reg. young people of the Bible. 10 a.m. Preaching Services
tamed by Mrs. Q. P. Wadsworth the Halls and Mrs
Mayhew enjoyed 7 Starke, Fla.
at 7:30: p.m. Wednesday To the older ones he brought a I 11 a.m. and 7:00: p.m. Prayer on Washington's birthday. The sightseeing; trips to Gaines ForYour COUGH
pastor leading the more blessed message from I Peter 2 Meeting each Wednesday night
Jthe Devotional service, In of ville St.
charge Jacksonville Augustine
7:30: p.m. D, C. Willie >iljtMcsuMil Funeral Director .Ambulance Service
| 80 people In worship and Communion was observed at the Pastor, Mr. Russell Dyal had a. her and Marine Studios Mr. and Mrs. Cr.omulsloanllevs*'>romi

1 of !the Bible. Sunday morning hour, Dr. PeUtng111 .. Superintendent.E. Neurenberger Come Sunday School,, subject-theme, "I believe In Jesus, Earle Mayhew. Sr., of Michigan lo toes help rich loosen to sad the Ml..pel.| of the.,..troobU 1 lades Our local funeral home enables as to offer conveniences and
[cordial Invitation U extended conducting I'the service In a with ULCHURCH worship the Christ. A reading was given and winter residents of St. Petersburg phi.... sod aid nature to soodie sod services not otherwise available.
very Impressive manner and also I by Mrs J. F. Johnson. Fifteen also visited the Halls and heal raw. leader, iaftamed bronchial .
speaking at the evening hour. A ladies were present Including two Mrs. Hubert Mayhew returned mucous awnbruM*.Tell rou.dna,slM ." AWe
F R E E.. mixed choir from Park-of-the- THIS LATTFRDAY or jEars CHRISTOF new members, Mrs D. W. Swln- with them to the Sunshine City. 10 tell you a bottle ol CreomulMon furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and
Palms rendered special music in SAINTS dall) and Mrs. Fred D. Elland and Mr and Mrs\ J. W. Horne and with the uniitntaadiaii JO Prompt FREE Removal the The Church of Jesus Christ of the war i, quickly allays the cough accept ANY' life Insurance policy In ferce, Issued try ANT
evening. two: visitors Mrs. J. H. Day of family spent Sunday at Lakeland
Latterday Saints will hold Sunday or you are to h.wr none* bnckCREOMULSION company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral. ,
ead Crippled & Worth- Dr. and Mrs. Pettingill left Mon School Plant City and Miss Ruth Slbley. with Miss Martha Horne, studentat
every Sunday at 10 a.m. Consultation carries no obligation.
Cattle Horses: Mules, day for St. Petersburg to fill other and Communion Service at 6:30: Theressa. Southern College.\ !
speaking engagements. Though Miss Gladys Beckett who has Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall Misses I I I
(logs p.m. Sunday Everybody Is welcome I
83 years of age, Dr.: Pettingill to the services
in the Mason 1 1a
;all 132, Starke I pastors the First Baptist Church Ie Hall on Call St. I

'E ALWAYS COME of New York City commutingto Ij
lorida Renderers, all to join In all these worship : CHURCH j
hours at the First Baptist,Church,
INC. Starke-the church with the light.ed Serv.ces every first and third
I I tower. Saturday night, Sunday morning i
uid Sunday night. 11 a.m. and '
8 p.m. at Congregational Methodic '
Church on Brownlee Road.-

"WHAT, 'IS THE SIN UNTO CHURCH Rev. Ernest OF Griffls GOD pastor. MEOU'

Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor
DEATH? 8th & St. Clair FU. sew, .
Sunday School 10 a.m.

Bring Bible and attend the evening service Sunday Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m
your (
Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p m.
sight at 7:30 p.m. HEAR this MESSAGE. Y P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: pm. _
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m (

First Baptist Church, Hampton VTHOLIC CHURCH

r Bob Gray, Pastor
Sunday Mass 9:13: : am.

Bible School 10:00 a.m.B.. T. U. 6:30: p.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. 5
Week Day Mass 8:30: am. v

t Special Music At All Services dayBible
Study Is every Wednesday
at 7:45AIRI'ARK:


Kev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor MISSIONARY

;IRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeJefferson Sunday School 10:00: a.m.
Morning Worship 11:13: : a.m. W
i Prayer Meeting each Thursday
& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town 7:30: p.m.Eevning.
PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130ISUNDAY'SERMONS i Service 7:30: pm.

:-Rev. L. G. Hemingway, Pastor

11:00: A. M., 7:30 iv M. I .

unday School 9:45 A.M. Training; Unions 6:15: P.M. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Sunday! School 9.43: a. m.; Morn. : ,,<
Ing Worship 11 a. m.; .Evangells' .
SUNDAY SERMON TOPICS tic Services 7 7:00 p. m. Everyone ,,,.
-welcome. Ye.. 10 minute .< the wheel will introduce you to the' wonderful .
11 a.m. "Dear Hearts and Gentle People" .
n' "fe.l" and .m.zing. lOuod-.ondi.ion.d quiet! of the '50
7:30 "Foolishness"A ,fif'
>Ofi.f;; ,; Ford You'll diMover the comfort of Ford's "Mid Ship"Ride ;
Argentina has made a bid for .rtrVfe: : .
Friendly Invitation From A world tourist trade by granting "e, .> '4 i. ."\ r ill bump-eraiing ".., .-Cuil" sad "P.r.-FUm"

preferential customs treatment to Spring. its 35% esiier-ioling; ; King-Site. Brtkes.
Friendly' Church Is Extended To All visitors. rat ff .

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note Dale. Carnegie' Claw. Monday'March ISlh. at 6:00: DALE CARNEGIE .

I'.M. In the Ori.ntatRoom, Windsor. Hotel a* our RWWC.. Author of "How to Win Friends
*Nil, jUNt how thlt famous course In Effective Speaking/ and Influence People." Only Ford ia the low-priee. S.ld offers ,you IOQ-borMpower

and Personality Development actually begin the train- .nKiM a n.w., "hmh.d" V-8 engine (the type. used U

lug that many graduate Jiave called their "springboard There's a tSrf in your futureS America's costliest c.r.). h'. to quid you ran .|....k lawhitpcr #
to sutras," Both men and women welcome. But we> will .. Yd il Mil for bundrt !I...than ill other "eights"

have to know] how many guests to expect So write Mc- This Training --- .. even hundred I lees then molt "..,...."

Mlund fur Institute or phoneJacksonville 7-7908 promptly 10 1 Thing W 111 help You Do \ \ ...with a future built in
a reservation or more Information. .

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a annual fund drive of the residential IV rn'T miser HRtlkPORDl dress la: 4i<
Season Ends I were well played! with reference to Revival To BeginAt 1!I St. Mark's EpiscopalThe NT* Pl.OHIIItl I'M' t.\I-j! Kndlcott,; New ya'., veb
es e d on lay Cage ball handling, backboard work, I r areas.Hostesses. C'''::11 Y. I aa

Harold TuttleHarold I As BHS Teams I Ipaaalngr, pivots, fakes, and genera! Lawtey Mission Rt. Rev. Henry Knox Sher- for the evening were 1,. K. Low, Plaintiff v*. Laura 7788. April 10th' lSSii "i, n
For Lowe, Defendant Can No. Court and .,
'good thinking. General opinion among rill D D., Presiding! Bishop of the Mrs. Leon Moorer Mm. oRDER OF PtrrlLIfATIOM E'I .....k... dlvor.(puce ."b.'trrl .

Tuttle, 41, died Saturday. Lose In DistrictFor the coaches Is that one tall Beginning Monday night at 7:30!, Episcopal Church will speak to Biggs, Mrs. Norbert Szymczak, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR of minor chlld and 11... "t

March 4, In a Tampa hospital I Bradford High School the boy ((6 ft, 3 or 4 or 5)) would have I and continuing each night at that ,, all members of the church via Miss Sara Barefoot and Miss Bar' KTATK low, OF when FLORIDA rmliliH'to;.in Lau.aN. : Unknown Order Iy Telegraph In next fou ahftl, I k'Wltness ,.. J

where he was recently taken for ,basketball has ended. BHS'. made the difference again this time through March 19 a aeries I, radio on next Sunday! morning at tare Cameron. (I my han" "e"tl)
He had been season However. the present team I 11:30: am. He will' sppalc on the You are required to appear on 1900tsrke. Florida' J' ,
medical treatment. !activities In this particular sport I year.,. of Evangelistic services will be I April lorn I860. In the above na.ni-. ., c.
In ill health for some time ''w..re curtailed at the hands of had a better record than did the I conducted at the Calvary Baptist II I occasion of the "One World In. Appreciation Day oil: Court iievki' and dlvori-B.cause Hraaforii wherein CountyTDlmtrniih plaintiff : (OFFICIAL SEA|? \ '
born December of last' season Christ" of the church.On 1 M
Tuttle was one program I
Mr. Uve Oak In the semi-finals of the Church Mission In Lawtey. Is Suspended hall piihllnh this UrdorIn By Haven Crouhl. "
25. 1908 In New Y 5rk and was at Group II Tournament held In Lake The BUS girls attempted to doa this day members of the Episcopal : next four weekly IHHUPH.ltnM T. Frank I.andn,,
linesman A. B. Massey Superintendent Church are asked to give of my hnml and< dfrirlnl'' Heal Atty. for Pit, "It
one time employed aa a City last week I repeat performance In the Dis- I of the mission stated that Elder : Temporary suspension! of Appro"- at Ktirke Florida. thin 8th of !March, ,
for an electric company. He made trict Tourney after winning the their money to halo In the mis- 1050.OFFICIAL..
tall I elation was announced yester
After having swamped a Ben Davidson pastor of Day
W. B. ( )
hta home In Starke for some time Suwannre Conference, but ran Into : sionary work of th9 church In the chairman of ( MBAIO) A ,t, Thomas, ,
34-18 by I the Calvary Baptist Church of Iday by W. H. Graham AH Clerk of mild Ooutt
team (mainly
Larlda Jacob. Jasper United States, and The
Mrs. overscan.
with his sister stiff In Lake
opposition ,
of the
will do the gospel and the Merchants Division Kv Haven Crnnby. I n C W C.
Ben. using good substitute) BHS advanced City. Tampa broadcast will" be carried: over, Ji.l-.n J HrnilvrHiin, Emi 433 PoloonlHl Te
doctrinal pt'each Ing. There) will : Starke Chamber of Av Lakeshore' Jacksonville,
held In to the semi-finals only to Radio Station WRUF Gainesville "
Funeral services were I !
The first girls game for Starke bp and Wednesday's winner was Mrs. E. KinAlly, "A BROKEN
I also gospel singing every
Mon\ lose the hands of another tall will be broadcast the 1I"'lt
the DeWitt C Jones chapel at and durliif fur Pit 3-10 4t 3-31 tI
resulted In 32-all tie with Perry I invited attend K. Perryman with a 10 percent WORLD'S
Is to any or:
day afternoon at 2 o'i lock with the Live Oak outfit, 29-20. There Is I one rooming service at St. Marks i, GItF.ITFvr NiDefender \
how checks.
The trade
next day was different said. ticket good for $23 In
Inter no "alibi" for the loss except that all services he i iI the Rev. H.. i v inn rr rOI Sir. mi DKoni l)
Rev J R Hill officiating I Church according to -\1',1
and liHS! the : last "
ever won play-off Appreciation Day began < ment was in Klngsley Lake Cemetery -, the boys Just couldn't hit with any with Perry by a decisive 30-10 I, The Calvary Baptist Church' K Simmons, Vicar. !July 20 and during this period of 'PHS. ( ,| Nj I
degree of regularity. The games Mission Is located one block west I 1.* Hyatt Plaintiff v.. Ruby.
score, of the JacksonvilleRaiford I Church School will be held as 37 weeks a total of 1,372 in trade TOHtoll: Hyult. 1).r....<1..nt. Can No
of the Junction -
In the finals Sunday night the \ highways. usual I at 9:43: a.m. in .lie church, tickets was given away by the 77113.! ---,-

girls couldn't get going and the I with classes) for all ages, the Vicar sponsoring merchants.The AMI ORDER- NIITK'K OF rrtlMfTION TO AI'J>EAI IT'S S.JI ARTPLANNING.

Lake City girl. won 44-28 to makeIt I! said. events were held weekly except HTATK OP FLORIDA to: Hubve

a clean sweep for the hosts. 3Ie) I during Christmas week when ItxliiKton.Entitle. Hyatt South whose Carolina..rcnldenro.. la: ...

Coaches Beyers and Hobbs are Mrs. Cole Hostess they were held dally You are required to .appear on
April 10th 19 Si), In the shove named To Call
to be congratulated for their fine Court. and cause, wherein plaintiff Tony Stevens

Saturday, March 11 Tues. & Wed., March 14 & 15 teams this year. Keep 'em coming. Honoring DaughtersMrs. Keystone Air Field nc..l(. divorce. BrnnTord County Your

DOUBLE FEATURE The boys "B" team wound up I L J. L. Cole entertained last Slated For SurveySenator Telegraph In next four. weedy I:lnHuea.Wltnena .I. Order Commercial)

the season with a rousing 71-32 : Z ; Friday evening at her home on my hand and official anal Wedding
at Htarkr, Florida, this 8th of
victory for Coach Funderburk'acharges North Walnut Street, honoringher Claude< Pepper an- Marsh IIZC.OFFICIAL. Banquet

srjunterr rot fgnruHH ICAGNEYI"WH over the Lawtey team. Del- daughter Jlmmie: Clay whose nounced last week that the former ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, And Birtlid
unity to*Koxstruurt ano Thomas was high pointer with Recent ,births In Shadycrest thirteenth birthday anniversary Keystone Army Air Field has A. Clerk of said Court. ,,
Hospital were: By Haven Crosby, I> C.
28. that date. been added to the list of Florida. Coin.nlal ; .
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Griffls of was on Juhn J. Handeriion B*<| 4828
Jack Eaves and Jim Godwin were sites being considered for the "Ave.' Lakeshore, Jackaonvllla STEVENS
used to decor-
STARRHETT Starke, a girl, Lois Irene on March Cut flowers were Klft." PHO
honored at Lake City Saturday 2. ate the living room and games proposed new Air Force Acad- Atty. for Plf. t-10 4t 3-11

BURNETTE ITE night by being chosen on the All. and contests LateIn FINISHINGWhrre
were enjoyed.
Dlatrlct First Team. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ruls of the emy.Pepper stated that he receivedhis IV e'laft'rr'OI sir HH I>KOHI>
Starke a girl, Betty Jean on the evening young people Information from W. Stuart roiWTY FI.OHIU! IV" ('HAN.tlCKY. every roll h e j
/ roasted wieners 'around an open
Funeral March 2. Symington Secretary of the Air Naomi VIclnuH.,. Plaintiff, v. Walter. Developed Printed or bt
Tuesday In the
fire yard.
HiJ&T Mr. and Mr. G. L. Kersey of Force Vlclnun. nefenrtn.nl. Can No. 7714
Mrs. Cole by !
For'Carrie L. Lewis Starke. a boy on March\ 3. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Q. C. Conner In entertaining and STATS! OF FLORIDA to: Walter SHOP--110 ft
a Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Whiteheadof ADDRESSES Vlvlnua., whose residence and ad-
___. VIRGINIAMAYO Funeral services for Miss Carrie serving.
a girl Elaine Joyce,
ANU Lee Lewis, 31 who died Sat on March 6. The young honoree received I The following new renewal and

urday March 5, were held Tues- many lovely gifts from the 25 change of addresses received by

day afternoon at 3 o'clock In the Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Prevatt of friends. who shared this happy occasion the Telegraph will be of Interestto

Brooker Baptist Church. She was Route 2, Starke announce the with her. readers: JUST ARRIVED
the daughter of Mr, and Mrs.. E. birth of a son, Emory Mlddleton Mrs. Gertrude Roach 1213 East sINEW

Flu Latent News & "Bone Sweet! J. Lewis of Brooker. Prevail, Jr., on Friday February Junior Club Hears 7th St., Pueblo Colo. .

Besides her parent. she Is sur- 21 In. the Alachua County Hospital -

MARSHA HUNT Bone" Cartoon vived by two' brothers, Edgar In Gainesville Mrs. Prevatt Red Cross OfficialThe
-'.i- Is the former Miss Jean Ad-
jtm Malcolm and Allen Joseph Lewis, Betty
Plus "Nothing; 'lint; the :Tootli"; and one sister/ Miss! Iva Mae LewIs kins of Hampton. regular meeting of the }' AE

... Junior Woman's Club was held It S SLIPCOVER
Cartoon & "Federal Agent \ an of Brooker,
ITndrruorld" Serial Thurs. & Fri., March! 16 & 17 Mr. and Mrs Resnle! Colson of Thursday evening of last week In TIS HkM K
Interment -was In Dedan Cemetery adeUn k
Starke the birthof
are announcing the Woman's Club building with
under'the direction of the E
a seven pound. 2 ounce daughte-, the president Mrs. H. H. Adams
Sun. & Mon. March 12 & 13 Thomas Funeral Home Gaines Linda Kay on Thursday March 8, presiding.

tVf-G-M-SJ FINEST PICTURE! ville. Pallbearers were R. R. Andrews F
at North Florida Clinic. Mrs. Col.
business session Mrs. 5 SAMPLES
I Wesley Roberts. Allen During the ( I 0
THEfOUNMIHHEAD son Is the former Miss Clara voted in
Douglas Russell Green J. A. Parker Stanley Noegel was as a T R
Flume daughter of Mr. and Mrs
I B. W Hodge, Jr., and Clyde F. F. Flume, of Starke. new member of the club, and annual I

I iMi! I aa Q $ale ML Cone mittee reports chairmen of officers were heard.and com I \

First GradersTo I PTA Meets March 14 On, Mrs.the Adams program Introduced for the evening Jack lIT I I CALL 239 FOR FREE ESTIMA

Present ProgramThe The regular meeting of the Trawlck. local Red Cross fund F L .

..M.v..ree.- Bradford County Parent-Teachers drive chairman who in turn presented S. '

first grades of Bradford Association will be held on Tues- Miss Bess Mackintosh, THOMPSONL
day afternoon. March 14. at 3:30: Chas. C. ShepherdPhone
High School will present a pro. field representative of the American

OF pN YgtiPlur gram at the school auditorium on o'clock In the high school library. Red Cross. Miss Mackintosh SHEET,METAL ShopStarke
1 I'"Appointment With. Baby" &I"Dan&erolU I Mrs. T. H. Slade health chairman
Late News ft "Fu iled forFame" Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, gave a very Interesting and Inspiring 239 For FREE Demonstration
March 21 and 22, for the general will present the program on talk. The purpose of this
Short Dan McFoo" Cartoon Temple Avf. Hartmann BI "Better Citizen Children
public. The program Is entitled Through program was to help the mem-

"Mother Goose Island". Community Cooperation." : bers of the club in handling the j

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Make aura they have It by fettdln man to aurceed, II. L. Tamirurt aaKawlelKh
PAN-A-MIN from ft art to Dealer In Bradford
llniih PAN-A-MIN nupplloa e.- County Automobile nereHNary.TrndM .
atlal ala often lacklnir, In well eatabllahed.. Mr. Ta.- S 1 I tN
farm ;... 8l.trunk Feed Aetor tart .la selecting another locality : '
__ *. It nearer hla home In Clay County 'b1.
Writ. at once giving a.. and experience.
NEW Singer Sewing Machinal W. T. Rawlelg-h Company \
Cash. it TermN are available In ['- FAC-210'1t13.tpl\l t\ .
thia .ctl'>n only through tilnv rItawlnc phl. Tenn. 3.31It (
I Machine Co., 401 N. Mar _
lon et.. Lake. City, F.., Phone A 1)10* RRP4IRRIM t\.

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home tf .."". I. HIIKPNKRICoaM : > \4\ ; Wringer
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partment Ali>o voltava. Colonial '
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HlJtI'lost Cash Prices Paid 1 .. .
PALE: 4-rnom-.-bath mndtrn Bargain Price It I
hoiffl. In Htftrka each. or tvrma, ,.,
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Court .Ht. I.k".._tfpllli John W. TurnerP. V ra

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apt.1 .1.0.l ranva, good ap..,. h.atr '
anol yard Adulta or couples Fla. .

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t' will come see you: II I I ,

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FOR RENT .-.in. (tirae* apt .
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ftp S-10 uipllwii. | equipment Lard. ..I.."- White-porcelain enamel"io!
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