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 17, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Admits Sapp Store Robbery; : BRADFORD' COUNTYTELEG iiR 1950Official E

"' ther Negroes Held, Sheriff SaysArrest :

of three more I tii Gainesville County Publication Established In 1379tULLMK !

Oelieved to be Implicated Sheriff Reddish said that 1I1c- .....I ,

J.J, ,y McCray Starke, In the business theft Cray denied taking part\Iu the SE\KNTV-ONB; : ISTi- cKE, FLOK1U., KHII- >.VV. ;M.\KH 17, I9.M -- NLMREItTHIRTYFI, :F. !
(from -
t theft of the safe from the Western I I,

$, : yesterday recent months by Sheriff was an-P. here Union several office In months Koch's: ago Drug Stem"But! Tax Collections I: NEW BRIDGE WILL SOON SPAN WATEROAK CREEK Mine Payroll Brings Half Million !

tshrift we had ao much, evidence on him ,r.l .
stated that ,
McCray I
s !In the Sapp Store I
case that ht

,,I I'I rooting-week Colson reportedly vf and Starke the confess.Police.theft I couldn't the, Sheriff Very added.well deny that one,' |Total $117,961 ; To Starke Area During First Year; j

-uuthcrn Store safe had t Reddish slated that McCray pull-

.trod taking the safe from ed another Job In Gainesville the i Deadline April 1 1I q am

I own ay told several Sheriff weeks Reddish ago. I j here day after and that the he Sapp was Store arrested theft Now Operating g5 Percent CapacityBerry I

there while attempting to reminder that ,
11 ars Gibson, Starke negro, cash astolen I state and county
I' him on the Sapp Store j I check In a Gainesville bank.I'lad valorem' and personal taxes + The Trail Ridge Works of E.

r Gibson wa taken Into I Alachua County officers found will become delinquent after April Deal Awaits \, I. du Pont de Nemours and Company -

d't' Saturday afternoon. 1158: on McCray at the time 1 was voiced this week by Tax New April Crop of Wilmington Del., has

I,:11(1( In the county Jail here I which they could not account for. Collector J. R. Kelly,, j put more than half a million dollars -

[ll.W. Mae[ Hood, former Starker since this amount was In excess Mr. Kelly stated that a good Strawberry shipments from l Into the Starke area in payrolls

< and said to be McCray's of what was taken In the Gainesville many home owners In the Lawtey Bradford County dwindled almost! alone since it started up

|lOn law wife and a friend theft Sheriff Reddish 1 U' and Brooker school districts have to the vanishing point this week'last, year, C. J. Bastedo, general

uple, Ella Bell who seem- now confident that this was the apparently overlooked the fact I with only 283 crates sold at the superintendent at the mine, reported -

nave some connection withIn money obtained from the Sapp I that they still have to pay a small market here since Thursday March this week. This Is the

| Jacksonville. Store safe, and stated that i It school bond tax on their property I 9. Average price paid was $10.1\ only operation of the du Pont

bson: and the two negro would be returned to the owners. even though it carries homestead' per crate bringing growers around Company In Florida.

i-n are In Jail here while Mc- McCray maintains that he was exemption. He urged homestead $2,872.43: for the week Created as an entirely new private

j u being held In Jacksonville.: alone on the Southern Store theft owners In these two districts to I Shipments through the market Industry In this section of

fare afraid that our old Jail but Sheriff Reddish Is unconvinc take care of this matter before the so far this season have totaled Florida the operation mines 11menlte \-
April 1 1 deadline. --a black ore occurring in
iln't hold him" Sheriff Red- ed.. I 23.000 crates with gross to growers
Mr. Kelly reported that collections estimated at $172.88084. the white sands of the area. II-
commented yesterday Colaon the Starke
officer who menlte Is the raw material for
through Tuesday totaled
With continued favorable weather
Cray Is described aa "danger. was shot when he surprised the titanium
11796192. The county's total tax' conditions It Is that dioxide and titanium
land "an artist". Heed thieves In the expected ship-
escape act of
making off bill was around $15:1.000.00: but' MODERN CONCRETE will soOn replace the! antlqu tied wooden bridge across Wate rook Creek on ments will atart on the upgrade metal which are manufactured In
from the State Prison with the
p safe Is still confined to du
still to St. some $5,000: of this was discountedby Road! M3. connecting link between State Highways 100 sad 16. Pictured above Is construction work again around April 1. Growersare Pont plants near Baltimore,
18 years serve on a Luke's hospital In Jacksonville.He Md.. and
|nee for breaking ,and enter- was shot twice, one bullet passIng mean early that payments. This would now In the. early stages of progrrim. on the. big bridge which will coat snare HU7.0OO. The! 8. F. MrKenileConstruction hoping for another good-slaed a Wilmington.After year of construction

He has also, escaped from through his skull and the Is still uncollected.The approximately. $32,000 Company of Ft. Pierce U the contractor. Road 235 J-rinn' with 100 near the Pine Level crop. the mine was atarted up last May

nement In Polk County and other lodging In his shoulder Church and tra\ritM some of the moat thickly settled farm land lit llradford. County, meeting highway ,and has now been brought to
delinquent tax list is advertised
I 18 near the, Slat Farm cate. about 79: cent of
in May and delinquent personal Shed Enlarged per capacity,
property Is advertised around I and "all indications are that the

omas Electedad Smathers HeardAt the middle of April.J. Methodist RevivalTo Crawford Announces New 100 per cent mark will be reachedIn
Lappe Bakery
I I( i the near future;*, Mr. Bastedo
Begin For ReelectionE. Will Soon At State MarketAn
B. Hall ArrestedFor SundayRevival I Open said.The
Trail Works
Ridge Is located
Of '
> Legion Rally Here Cutting WifeJ. services will begin at the L. (Lawton) Crawford, Incumbent Mr. and Mr. Harry W. Lappe additional Is on the Camp Blending
platform now
First Methodist Church this Sun' member of the Board of announced this week that they reservation Just east of Starkeon

B. Hall of Hampton was lodgedIn day and will continue through Fri-County Commissioners, this week plan to open a bakery in Starke In under construction at the Brad- land leased by du Pont from
Jr. was ford
J. Thomas electePrender County Farmers Market to
i the county Jail Saturday. night day night. Rev. A. A. Koeatllne.(qualified as a candidate for reelection the near future. The business will the State Armory Board the state
of Jonee facilitate the
-Langford- handling of an Increased
by Sheriff P. D. Reddish on pastor of the First MeUtodist,I to his post a* Commlsslonier be located In the building formerly receiving a royalty on each ton
e Post No. 50. American Le- volume of beans and
charges of cutting his wife and resisting Church Lake City, will do the from District Two (North occupied! by the Humpty Dumpty corn of llmenlte taken out plus Income
at its meeting held Tuesday other vegetables./ The platform
arrest. Mrs. Hall was preaching and Q. S: Newcomb will Starke). on South Walnut St. from timber. It ls operated for
In the Legion home. will be 30' wide and 101lonl with
: slashed about the face and neck I lead the singing.Service !f In announcing for re-election Mr. The Lappea formerly operated a an auction block at one end{ ,with the 'company by Humphreys Gold

her officers elected were: R and received treatment In the lo will begin at 7:30: o' Crawford stated that "I stand for bakery here on West Call St". but room to handle up to four trucks Corporation."This .

tone 1st Vice Commander; cal hospital. Hall Is employed as clock each night and there will the sallie principles that I have always discontinued It some time ago because at one time. It Is that new Industry for north-
(A. Y. 2nd Vice t
an elevator operator In Gaines be Just six nights. "Plan now stood for: economy in spending of Mr. Lappe' health which the Job will ',9 completed In two central Florida results from many
lander; Charles Hardy Fl- ville. years of unhindered
Officer W. H. to attend all of these services" and lower taxes." Is now Improved. to three weeks. private research
; Graham. by both Humphreys and
I The volume of
lat Arms; S. E. Sparks Chap- --- strawberries han the du Pont Company" Mr. Bas
I and Guy Andrews, S. G. Dens dled at the Market Is still off, according tedo said. "Without this effort

and Mack Futch Executive i to Ralph Alvares, Market by two private companies, this

Itteemen. Commander Thornnlso Starke School Making Great Headway Manager report who Iota of states small that berries growers and mine simply would not be here."

announced the appotnt- blooms. The outlook i For more than 20( years the
of John Codwln as Post Ad- Is a delayof 'du Pont Company has been conducting .
two to three more weeks, with
fit. 1 1I / research to develope titanium
I Additions to the physical plant favorable weather, before real berry ,
ere was a record attendance I products made from llmenlte
-both academic and, athletic; r production will be under way.
I Legionnaires present at this high standard of teacher certification Corn buyers are now being lined Before chemists discover
ed how
ling. It was brought out that Li'L ; and widening of the scopeof up by Ralph Alvarex, Starke Mar- either to use It. llmenlte was
|Post, with 170 thrown away or not minedat
members In ket
the curriculum have placed r + Manager to handle the Sweet all because
1 It wee considered
standing is now larger and Bradford High and Starke Elementary F corn crop grown In this section. only
ear than ever before in its f Mr. Alvarez as a troublesome Impurity
School In the top ranks says' that adequate
More than 300 persons turned In Iron ore and of no value.
ry.itricuuutirM. i out to greet Representative George 10f I|+ schools of comparable sUe In reparation are also being made However, even after they dlscovw -

A. J. 1'homast,., BMUtttoiVat' \ .a raliyand flsh'trystaged Florida. w'- 4 4i to facilitate the unloading r( ,eorn, .<| thev hie e' the"''ore, the
Is. E Sparks !gave short talks ', have so that growers will lose a minI- I
here Wednesday to mark Not only rapid strides been r Trail Ridge deposit could not be
history of the American the U. S. Senate candidate' first made In the acquisition of new mum of time.School mined because the concentration

f<'n and of tho local Post speech in Starke during the cur, buildings, ''such as those depictedat was too low. It Is here that research -

arles S. Partin presented the rent campaign. right but this year for the work by Humphreys be-

with framed pictures of the Stating that he Is vociferously' first time In its history Bradford t) Board Aids came worth while to the people of

s World War I soldiers who opposed to deficit government i High became accredited with the 3 the Starke area. Over the years

| the supreme sacrifice and forrn spending Smathers blasted incumbent Southern Association of Collegesand Humphreys has been developinga

the Post was named: Willieone Senator Claude Pepper as an Secondary Schools Indicativeof FFA Farm ProjectA series of spirals for separating

% Neil Langford and Rich- "exponent socialism" and denounced the high standards that It has ,gold ore. Further research made

[ Ray White. the "trend toward statlsm attained In physical plant faculty e per ly; I them workable on the Trail Ridge
I .
: as a way station to Communism." and curriculum. delegation! from Bradford ,' llmenlte, which It had not been

member of the Much credit for the final Chapter future Farmers of America possible to separate by other
Smathers a powerful i accrediting
d Cross Fund K appeared before the School methods.
House Foreign Affairs Coir- of the school goes to the
mittee In his second term In Supervising Principal. Chas. S. Bradford High and. Elementary. atudnnU now eat their nourishing school. lunches In the attractive Board at Its regular first Monday "These two different courses

gress, emphasized his con-I Partin who came to BHS three' surroundings of the cafeteria building which wa recently completed. at a root of $34.02.0O. The hand meeting to request financial aid of research came together here

aches $714.42 President Truman's' efforts to years ago and has pursued a I nom table, whichwill accommodate around 300 student at a "i hlft," were purchased at a rust, )>t In used purchasing as a demonstration a suitable site farm to for be the and Trail resulted In the building" of
Ridge Work
trol Communism by bolstering steady course ever since with goal' ,100. Mr. Bas
carrying out agricultural and forestry tedo said.
European economy, but hit at the I in mind to attain the high standards -'I
Bradford County's Red the projncta. He pointed out that It created
Cross national health insurance plan asa required by Southern Richard
V drive total this week reached "socialistic measure" which he I I Association. This meant, among' and Glen Crosby Harry Green entirely new Jobs for approximately
Conner the
42 still far short of the 12.037 said the Nation's economy could other things, the expansion and fw' committee comprising 200 men and women virtuallyall
explained that If Suitable
11. ot a whom live within IS miles of
modernization of the
school li\
not afford.He .
farm could be purchased the the mine. Most men were hired
prlve, Chairman Jack Trawlck attacked Pepper's voting rec brary. Chapter would be eligible to receive to build the works and
stayed onto
Vlally It also meant the of
commended the showing FEPC and accused Kurd
ord on legislation a new tractor, to be operate It.
J" In the colored district of senior Senator of ComI standards of teacher certification KQ! + '
the -, presented) by the Ford Motor Com 7hfa has not
only given the
Itey where C. I and today, patrons (of the school
C. Andersont print munistlc tendencies. h pany. Therefore, upon motion of du Pont Company a new source
the Lawtey Training Wednesday's rally and fish fry I may be proud of the fact that of J. E. Brown seconded by L. T., of raw material but has been of

'101. reported a total of $3 8 event was held at the home of Dr. the 43 faculty members nine are Johns the Board appropriated the direct benefit to the 200 workers
cted In $1 contributions from North Walnut Rank It (holding master's degrees of I80O be
M. B. Herlong on sum to applied toward at the plant and their families."
T following colored residents of Street. Dr. Herlong Is chairman or better), 33 others have the purchase of( a satisfactory site Mr Bastedo declared. "This I*

f section: William Miller. Nel- of the Bradford County Smother four-year degrees while only two for the FF A.I In addition to the direct and Indirect -

IThompkln*, Josephine Meyers organization and Introduced the are below Rank III (less than O. J. Phillips I of Lawtey requested -, benefits to other businesses
trice Tape. Samuel Reddickanuel speaker to his enthusiastic audience four years college work). I the usa of the Lawtey Junior In the area.:

Houston. C. D. Censton. One less tangible, but none the High School auditorium to show
I A. Johnson. less significant phase of BHS advancement
Rliler Berry. Joe pictures. Mr. Phillip was Mrs.
ruin*. James Houston, Ineater Is the effort of the r advised that the Board had refused Kite Named

fnklin, Archie Kittles, Walter Rotary Announces faculty under the guidance of the' And student. aren't the only ones who appreciate and enjoy the new cafeteria building. Shown a- to grant this concesalon to oth- Crew Leader

[king' Bessie King Esther Bar- Plans ForMakingCitizenship principal, to broaden the curriculum hove In the parlous and well-appointed! new kitchen In. cafeteria supervisor. '' Mrit.' Tyler Jonas (upper er Individuals In the past. However For

I- Esther Williams, Mae Bell', Award to take care of those' student center comer) and her staff of helper. After preparing owls. for several years In a maketthlft klUenhoused the Board agreed to grant Federal Census

'Ie i Moore Alice Thompklns, who for one reason or an In a narrow hallway, these ladle can really appreciate. the roomy., light and airy quarter-! provided the use. of the auditorium to Mr. Mrs J. R. (Louise) Kite has

hue Johnson Joseph Britt O. S. Newcomb President of other are not fitted for academic In the new building. Phillip until the next regular been named Crew Leader to Fed-
rUe Stubb., C. work Although this development at which time further I
C. Anderson the Starke Rotary Club, announced ,I I meeting action eral census enumeration in Brad-
ual Brown. Dennis Strong. yesterday that the organization Is still In the embryonic stage.It will be taken by the BoardIn ford and Clay Counties .according
hur Lee W. Is one which when finally f it the matter.
w* Lee Samuel will sponsor an annual to an announcement this week
"+"*. Howard reaches fruition can hardly fall/
J. A, J.
Hamilton. Rebec- Brad! McKinney requested John
by L.
5 Citizenship Award to the Moore, Jr., District
Hampton Charles H. to benefit greatly the community financial assistance In the trans-
Wheeler ford County man or woman who.I Supervisor Jacksonville.In .
Jah Tiadale. Minnie and society at large. portation of hi.* children to the
Strong the Jacksonville
In the opinion of a "non partHan"! district com
tha Duhart. Julia The industrial arts workshop Graham elementary. School. He
Whitley committee has contributed the prising 16 counties 418 enumer
Imetn Felton and Unwood most worthwhile service to the which was added to the school' explained that he did not live on ators were selected from the more
Iford. for the first time this year Is I one a bus route and It was necessaryfor
i community and for the county at than 1.800 applications on the
'I'hls I l II a splendid showing for large during the year. step in the direction of teaching, him' to transport his childrento basis of oral and written tests.
colored students things of practical value and from school each day. On The
community of award names of the enumerators will
that the
Newcomb stated !/In addition to the traditional motion of
: Trawlck J. E. Brown seconded be
said, "and Is a good the close of the announced around March 23
will be made at '
three R's.Not I
'I1ple of the tYPe bf 100 by L. T. Johns the Board appropriated and they will begin a trainingcourse
[Aeration that would Rotary fiscal year. I only In the class room and the sum of $2() per monthto on March 27 under the

Red I Cross drive over easily if carried put Although the award I Is being''I In the physical plant has BHS T ,r E 'i D v y be paid Mr. McKinney: ma assistance direction of 24 crew leaders, each

'In an\ other sponsored by the Rotary! the'[ been making rapid strides In re- In lieu of transportation. of whom will be responsible for
communitle In A
inty? Judging committee will be coo J I cent years. The athletic program ti Superintendent H. P. Morganexplained about '20 enumerators. In addi

Other prised of one representative from I Ieach I, ha taken on new life and team to the Board. that complaints tion to training the enumerators,
I';Hercules week are: T. H. Blade. community. | Coaches Hobbs. Funderburk and parent on several orcmilonit concerning their work In the field and check

Davis Powder Co., J23: ; L. 'Nomination for the award, Beyer, are now known a* a force # photographs taken of their reports for and
} accuracy
val l Reserve; Green Cove US. may be made by any person and to be reckoned with In whatever r f children In the schools and submitted completeness.Mrs. .

ency $15: 1S22; H. C. Wall every nomination will receive port they take part. to parents for approval and Kite and other Crew Leader

Priest ; $10 each from Van equal consideration whether made The BUS Band, likewise takingIts wAnd possible purchase. The Board In the district began a one
Mr. J. T. Quigley,, by one or a dozen or more per- cue from the spirit of progress thereupon adopted a resolution week training course In Jacksonville -

hard A. Morse, and Freeman I Bona The selection will not be on that seems to prevade every department this. lathe pride of the elementary .I"parlment.-Hle of the three new first grade room, provided forbidding the schools or any yesterday.

ulster; $::1 each, from Alvarez the basis l of popular vote for It of the school has blo- In the new elementary unit, constructed at a coat ol 30,893.00. The north wall of each, reams U "largely school facilities from being usedor

|,reo Western Auto Store Dr. A. I* realized that It Is possible fora soured forth under the direction glass, providing the highly priced north light which make artificial Illumination almoot unnecessary placed at tbe disposal of any Gospel Music ProgramAt

iCovington, Bradford Hardware person to have made n great of Bandmaster Carl Robert, un- except on darken! days. The rear wall of each room l III provided with built-in helve and coat rat ke. and commercial firm engaged In the
contribution to the community)jtil It can now take its place with taking, developing and ultimate Heilbronn Church
Mrs. earn room aim has lt" Individual toilet accommodation
I Edward Burn, LelJa's. and yet have done It In such an I the other top-ranking high school sale of photograph to children.

j HNaworthy, Doyle the Clean- unobtrusive manner that few people band In this part of the state. Johnnie and Lucille. "The Mas

Clara M. Letterman Cliffordzn know about It. There Is no Even In Its cafeteria. Bradford two years under her direction of efficiency and effectivenessthat they have a school plant of which \VSCS To Meet ter'* Family," will present a program -

> and the age limit. High Is setting new records. better meals are being served for they have enjoyed for many every man woman and child In the of gospel music and sing-

Smart Shoppe. blank will beprinted When Mr*. Tyler Jones took over only 13c and the operation la years. the county can be proud. The Th W. S. C. S. of the Methodist Ing Sunday night at 7 o'clock In

'Chairman Trawlck urge all 1 A nomination In the Telegraph for the operation of the huge enterprise actually showing a email profit. Altogether although few stopto evidence Is spread over several Church will hold its regular busIness the Heilbronn Baptist Church according

'unteer worker to complete the of those who wish two year ago the cafeteria wa* The Agricultural and Home analyze the situation- school city block at Temple aV' Washington and] program meeting at to the Rey. O. E. Cutshaw.
' convenience
citation. In their district by recommend someone for the "running In the red" even with Economic!: Department of BHS patrons throughout, Bradford Streets for those who will the church next Monday afternoon. pastor. H. sdded that the pub-

11 1. award.to meal being sold at 30c. After are continuing at.. the high level| County' Will/ recognize that In BHS take the time and trouble to look. March 20, at 3 o'clock. lic I* cordially 10 vlte.J.5Cray .



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April 10th, 1950. In the above named flctltlou.
.. Iv rinCflT OOl-NT. BHAI>FOHIU >iruary. 1990.UFFICIAL. .I and wherein plaintiff Manufacturing k,
J. Thorn.
f'ot''Tr' FLU RID''" Lv 'II"-: ( SEAL) A. cau."j and ,
Clerk of said Court seeks custody control atn "warod, tl?
Bradford County Telegraph ceRV.K": Lowe. Plaintiff v*. Laura E By Haven Crosby 1> C.. Telegraph of minor child.ehall Bradford publish County thl the W..hln.'on H. K u.4.
John J. Henderson.. E"q 48U Colonial d.p.
IAwORDER bPtPt'HLR'ATiO't. Avenue, Jackaonvllln, Fla. Order In next four weeklylaaues. County, Florid, t'uu
hand and official neat IBM In '
*-14 It S-H Wltnemi Inv ownixf l
NOTK-H! TO APPEAR Atty for Pit
Florida, this March 8th, following
at Starke Int
E. Lows, whoa* 'r >ldenceGIs! : Iv'InI 1'r ,01 HT. WMI>POI Ipi.oHiuti >' IP5/1.( A.r. ;, s.->Russell 4t 3-24 E: ,hip/)
FridayCUM and Knterwl an. Herom known. V"'j f'Ot'N'r', IMM : UFFiCAGAs Clerk of mild Court.R.v ,
F.\ery You are required to appear ('EN Y. plalntlft.1 Haven. Croubv. II CT .
at the Post Office at Starke!, Fla April lorh 1930 In the above rlon Hemmerl Oood. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla.
Afobr.POMCA. ee! Court and cnumi, wherein Case. < It .81OltH
x Aura tfaryess tiff Korku diver.., llrarirnrri, .. NolHnii 7764. J clood, Defendant Atty. for rif. a-l0 G
-. NEBfti "' Tflumph" Khali publish this cnun'1. I" PUBLICATION1 '
MEMBERSubscription In next four weekly I.MUo. .
seal AND NOTir-K TO API'Jo1AIt IUUI"'I:1t KH'TI'I Ittl'H' **MM I
hand and cifflc-lHl
$ .lilt For Six Month \\b.-tn I meditate on the joys wind how| about the house. Let at Mtnrke. my Florida, thin 81 h of March, I J. STATE flood whole OF FLORIDA residence to and: Nelson address -I undersigned Notice IB hereby under Given the provl.lon.that the isoh
$! i.50 Annually blizzard roar for within 1H SO In: 8 CheHter Street, Lancaster > at Florida.Arts 6 1.
of life, the myttery of death, thIxNMitlv < the my IOFFI<'IAJ.. BRAD A, J. Thn",,a, Pennwytvanla I Ii of Chapter 2096.1. Laws
and said Court of ID4I, will renter with the
of nature and how loti home and heart are love A. Clerk of You are required to appear on andforrBradford
Hv: Haven Pronbv, It. C i March J7th, 1950, In the above named I I ( tCountyUFlorida 1
of all to'warmth. I the
heart (01"
should h In the John J. .nd..r.n l Eaq, .12 Court and cause, herein pluln-,, MISTe
nAB TAXES STII.L IN EFFBCT prompt klndn"*. I have a dear friend In Sioux onllli' I Av.., Lakeshure. Jacksonville, tilt seeks. divorce. Bradford County

I City who has given me much joy. Atty. for PIG 8-10 4t S-S1 Telegraph hall publish this Older
to var
should repeal the war-time excise taxes that apply slow, reluctant In next four weekly Indues.Wit
Congress The dawn -- a She has sent a prayer for peace. ,.....olln liens niv hand and official, enl ,
lous commodities and also to rail, bus, and plane tickets. flame Here It la. I"OITV f'.or"I',,, rF10N11.l Inl IMKH lll.-'' at Stark,. ..Florida this FebruaryZZnd I
those who favor and have long-favored repeal li Now climbs a silver sky; < : ". 1900.IUFFJCIAL .,
of A,
roster Father ask
Dear Heavenly we ,
on Nina hoarfrost gleams nf
and Impressive. It includes labor unions, man- Bright Case No. Court.
large, representative Thy help and blessing on our V YoungDefendant By Haven Croabv. C.T .
and economists. It was recently valley roofi; 1781. 'tSt .k", Florida
ufacturers, retailers, consumer groups efforts to bring; peace Into the ORDER OF PITBLirATION1
And honking ducks wing by. for Plf. I-U It 3-17
Joined by Secretary of Commerce Sawyer. The argument for troubled world. Give us visionto AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty. REASONABLEcharges
repeal Is based on two facts. White thlcketa hide the secret see into the hearts of our fellow Young, who. residence I...: Unknown U/ ('IRrl"l'r fOI'HT, BRADFORD -
men, with tolerance for all 'OI''T'' FLOIIIUAl IV:' CHANCKHV. -
First these taxes were strictly wartime, emergency measures ways You are required to appear on : attended with the finest
of certain kinds ot Where deer and rabbits go, races and creeds. Give ua wisdomto March *7th, 19BO. In the above named Martha. Herranen, Plaint I if?. VA, of
They were designed to discourage The winding roads have lost build a life of peace for all Court and cause, wherein plain' Laurl Herranen. Defendant.. Cue sincere Serving bring us the
at a time when the whole nation was straining to live up to tiff seeks divorce, custody and control No. 7770 : friend.
their song Thy children. Olve'ue a will\ to of minor child. Tradford ORDER OF PUBLICATION'AND
the needs of the war effort The revenue the taxes raised was a, sec- In hills fence-deep with snow see a world free from greed and County Telegraph: shall publish\ thlaOrder NOTICE TO APPEAR ship of the great communities whichwe
the taxes remain In next four weekly. limuen STATE!!: OF FLORIDA to Laurl'
ondary matter. The war has been over years selfishness and to truly "love thy Witness tnv hand and official seal. Herranen whose residence, hI: serve.
on the books. The wall of winter haunts the neighbor a* thyself." Give us at Stark, Florida. thla February Newark, New. Jeraey.
20th IDfiO You are required to appear on
Second, retailers, manufacturers and others who know what Is going land all divine guidance that we may ( A. J. Thomaa April Srd. 1850. In the above named
sale of affected And weaves a crystal spell. cast aside our personal pettiness, OFFICIALAE. Clerk of aid C urt.. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
on, say that these taxes definitely: harm the, But winter never chills the Tly Haven Crosby, D. C. aeeka. divorce Bradford County
Items. For Instance, an additional 20 per cent tacked on top of the to live and work' for a peaceful E K. Perrvman, Starke Florida Telegraph U'.h; publish this OrderIn DcWITT C. JONESPhone
heart : 1.24 weekly laauea.Wltnene
world, where an may live and Atty. for Plf. 4t I'll next
price of a fur coat is enough to stop many: people from matting\ the Of one who has loved well. my hand and official
affected. And the volume ol work In harmony and for mutual iv rinrriT COURT' IIR"-orORO seal at Starke. Florida, thla February 7 Starke, Fla.
purchase. Employment is thus adversely -Beryl Stewart. betterment. We ask It In Jesus COICTY' FE.OKIOAI IN l'HAN. S4th. 1950.
retail trade, which has so much to do with our prosperity la leas CKHV. (OFFICIAL .EClerk of aid ..,
Name. Amen. .
dale Conlln.
There are so many things 1 I Viola McKlnil Elmoru, Plaintiff Funeral Director Ambulance
than It would be otherwise. Thank you, Elsie dear, what a v. Jose Klmora,. Defendant. Casa By Haven Crosby, D. C. !
could do this morning that 1 I No. 7711. H O. Brown, Stark., Fla.
The Items which are taxed should certainly not be considered frivolous Just like to do so ;well. I have my wonderful prayer. She had a son ORDER Of PUBLICATION Atty. for Pit. ,., 4t I'lliv Our local funeral home enables ns to offer conv

luxuries In a nation which desires a high and improving standard course In literature that I have In service In War II. A wonderful STATIC AND OF NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPKAR tot Jn' .. El- : cmri'iT roi-HT, BM>FOBI> services not otherwise available.

of living. Their widespread ownership and use Is one of the started from the University ol woman Is this author of the above more whoa residence !I., Cnurlea COI'NTY FI.OKIDAI IV: I'H'!X-
South Carolina, 130 Bprlnr fRRY.\
things which distinguishes this from most other countries. Florida. It Is so Interesting that prayer. Street ald city and atat. Naomi Vlclnu., Plaintiff v*. Walter
I can hardly leave It alone. It HELPFUL HINTS When you You aro required to appear on Vicious Defendant Case No 7794 We furnish the highest type service at lowest pt
S March 27th 195O, In the above nam ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
NEW IIAT Is really the hlatory of English have trouble taking the cap from .d Court and cauae., wherein plaintiff NOTICE TO APPEAR accept AN r Hf insurance policy in force, issued
MARY JANE'S literature and starts out with the a bottle of vinegar something, .....k. divorce. Bradford County STATE OF FLORIDA to: Walter company, as payment In part or la full on a I
thla Order VIclnuH, whose rei ldenc> and address
Mary Jane had a new hat. It had a bird on It. To Mary Janeit first epic poem that Is on record. turn the bottle with cap down, .Telegraph;n, next u-h': ':weekly: IniiueN: ; I.: 41S Roosevelt Avenue, Consultation carries no obligation.
I It Is named "Beowulf" and thel give a few hard blows with the Witness niv hand and official' peal. Kr"".-o t. New York.
was the most beautiful hat In the world and responsible, she was author Is not known. It was:I_palm of the_ other hand on the at atarke, Florida, this 13rd of Feb. You are required to appear on

sure, for all the wonderful and exciting things that happened to her. written about 600, years after the I I bottom.d The cap will come offeasily. ,

To the men of the family it was a ridiculous conglomeration of birth of Christ. Julius Caesar I When cooking apples

livestock and vegetables, but then as brother said: "All women's hats had taken over Brltlan and then that have been stored some time,

are crazy. the Angle and Saxon people came try adding a teaspoon of vinegarto

across the channel from Germanyand them when they cook. Gives
When Mary Jane put on her new hat and walked down Main
Denmark to take over Brltlan them a flavor and makes them
Street she There was a spring to her step, her LOVETT'STARKE
was happy eyes Later L I see the French people easier to cook. Lemon juice does
parkled. She waved gaily to Mrs. Plump across the street. Mrs. came. So our English languages about the same.

Plump returned the wave and decided that this day ihe,was really ,, a mixture of German, English CLAY HILL: Such nice letters

going to stick to her diet. and French and here In the From Dorothy Manning, and Ilia

The banker, Mr. Rich, met Mary Jane at the corner. "A beau- United States Indian. Mae Johns. Dorothy says they are

tiful day, Mr. Rich", greeted Mary Jane. History repeats Itself In the planning the graduation-she FLORIDA --- Prices Good Through Sat. Mar. Ml
rise and fall of So topes to graduate this year from ,
empires. Just
"Why yes It is, Mary Jane, a fine day", Mr. Rich was rather the ninth grade. Fine. Nettle
because Is
surprised because be had not noticed before. His mind had beenon we are strong today Carter writes She has been well
no reason that we should give
a loan application which he had just about decided to refuse. but mother and sister 111. Quitea
sit back and e
up say: "Let the TENDER BEEF
You know Mr. Rich said to himself I think I will let that young government take care of me, I bit of flu around and some have

fellow have the money. He la young and capable and hard working.I will work short hours now with had rheumatlim., Ida Prescott

am sure that he can handle It. high pay. They will pass a law and hubby have moved to Georgia. lb,6
Don had two ambulance calls ,
Mrs. Poor was coming out of the dress shop as Mary Jane ar of some kind for my benefit so
yesterday afternoon-" He did not STEAKSHOUND
rived. "Hello, Mrs. Poor I :was so happy to hear that your daughter life will be one long holiday.
get home until almost ten o'clock
Is getting married. And to such a nice boy, too." *O, That thinking to my notions
all wrong. In this life we must last night. No deaths so far this 5
All the money that Mrs. Poor could afford to spend had gone work sensibly. It 1 Ie honorableto week although there are several CLUB lb.

to buy the things that were necessary for a pretty little wedding work. Then Is when we are elderly people very low. When ,

for her daughter. She had only a few dollars left to buy a dress the very happiest. Do not feel I[ do not have so much work In

for herself and there just was not a decent dress for the money that :sorry for yourself because you the mortuary I enjoy making

she had. She was very discouraged until she saw Mary Jane. I needs must labor for the dally aprons. I have such a pretty one BRISKET All Meat ;
on now. I put colored blaa tape PICNIC LB.
"Mary Jane, I have an Inspiration", Mrs. Poor exclaimed excit bread for your family. These
first then anot".rcolor
on the edge
days are If STEW\ WEINEIi
edly. "I saw a remnant just the color of that pretty little bird on only but knew your It.happiest All to soon you of rickrack It IS In blue

your hat. I can make a Jacket of it and my tan dress will be brand the Inflrmatles of age will come and red with red poppies In /he II HAM.SC
new. I'll have a nice outfit for the after all." make
wedding print. I have another to
upon us. must need have
So Mary Jane and her new hat went on their way, and If any. faith and much prayer. I just now with pink and blue. Such lb. 29c lb. 3!

one does not think that it was worth while for Mary Jane to exceed live a day1at a time. Just be a cute pattern and takes a yard

her little ,happy and try not to be afraid. of material.
budget a for that new hat then they are Indeed without
Here Is a thought. Let the
romance or imagination. Of course, in order to bring the budget : I note nature about me and I
weakest, let the humblest remember -
back into balance it to he lovely sunrises. The tracks Grade A Sliced
was necessary skimp lunches fro a few weeks I that in his dally course he can, Fresh Pork
However, Mary Jane did get a raise and did meet the man of her of the rabbits In the snow. They I he will shed around h'm' al.

dreams and long after the bird had lost Its plumage and the flowers say It Is the pretty ducks early.are coming This morningIt north I" a heaven. Kindly words BACON lb. 39c HAMS lb.4

had faded. Mary Jane remembered that hat lovingly and still attributes Is about eight above zero at sympathizing attentions, watch-, ,
a lot of her good fortune to Its powers. 'ulness against wounding men's
eight o'clock.
I went with Digger
sensitiveness these cost
S. J. Mcdarvey. for Ui. mall and It had not very
little, but they are priceless in
come. Perhaps when I get this 1 lb. Carton Pure
written It will have arrived and heir value. Are they not almost SJ

be up. Yes, It l In cold out but the staple of nor dally ipplness. ? LARD PORK CHOPS lb.5
From? hour to hour, from mcr nt 15c
to the one who has love in hi*
FOR YOUR |4"lr-iW REQUIREMENTSIt heart, winter never chills I glow to: moment we are supported, I ,
blest by mall kindness.
with pride when I think of dear
Pays TOM raae With Slade / friend.. about my age who under- I I think the above so good. Only
I the U.S. No. 1 White
this morning was counting
Dixie Darling
tend love
and ne as much as I
I years at the longest Don and I R INS 0
I'UOPANE GAS love thcr.i. It gives the heart large 19
have yet to live. Not more than
GAR warmth no matter how cold the .
Appliances day. Then to be with my dear 18 or twenty. One should be preparing Potatoes BREAIlOc
one's soul to meet our
lustind: Is always such a joy.
SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc. When near him, I love to hear the Maker. Yea, to be kind and makea Tall 15 oz. Can29c _
heaven for each other here 10 !lb.

while this little life lasts. All too

E, Call St. Starke, Fla. FREE soon It will be over and we will SARDINES lOc

ben but a memory, like so many .

For Prompt FREE Removalof of our friends who have passed
on. Kindness to others Is such
T Dead Crippled & Worth- a little thing to ask hut heaven 25; lb. Southern BiscuitFLOUR

Re Be ALVAREZ &SON STORAGE CO. less Cattle, Horses, Mules, Is In a home There there Is redness I

& Hogs and love.I Fancy Yellow Saftey
asked an English pal for a $1.59

:' ) .' We operate local Call 132 StarkeWE praver. Here Is what she sent. .

O R.a.ALVARf Fi SeN .i &I lung distance ALWAYS COME: Lord needsI for tomorrow and iti Onions Match51b.17cCORN !

( Land O'Sunshine
--..++ anywhere In U. S. Florida Renderers, do not pray 303 Can
Keep me from stain of sin
9pt EXCELLENT Just for today. c

C STORAGE I.. Let and me duly both pray diligently work| 122 3 for 2

Let me be kind In word and
FACILITIES deed All Brands TallMILK
Agents For I
ii Just for today. I

DelcherBros. i Let me be slow to do my will! 5 lb. Bag
3 for
See us Rest Prompt to obey;
Help me to mortify my flesh 29COLE

Just for today. ORANGES39c

-Betty Whittle, Velvo

/MN"ww/ St. Helene, England.
80 all over the world are people

From where I sit ..bJl Joe Marsh who In our love hearts God should and try be to love be for kind.all COFFEE lb. 59C lb. 17<

peoples and nations and races.

I love every one of you who reads

Handy and this and I say God bless you all.

Are Both Wrong Easy Jet Love Lura. Factory Packed Del] MonteSUGAR

Randy Peterson. and Easy Roh- says Easy. "Well. Bays Fred, I In Case of Sickness

erlM cot in quite an argument the "you're bolk wronit. I caught this Who Pay The mils PEACHESib.

other day< over at Fred' Garage baby right out In the middle!I"

talking about the beat spot to flab From where I lilt, there are always MAIL THIS COUPON

tip at Green Lake. two (or more) aides to ever) .
- - -
"Opposite the old sawmill the story.: Let's live and let live In the\

best ipot," says Handy. But Esay true American tradition of tolera- KITES Paul Raymond AgentFlorida

."pooh-pooh's" him. "I've Been the tion. Your opinion U worth a lot. Mutual No.

biggest fish caught off Cedar but so U the other fellow's_ .here can be they d-q"out..espeaafy may ('''ill. with f Wmc.."....tnw we.a .. Box 95:), Starke Fla. 25 2] 19you

Point; says' Easy. "I've been whether It's on politics, the beat IInotI on tie k....50 DIeaM,,lena.BAY Please send me complete

catching them there for years." fishing spots or whether he likes a SARI Don't fly! kite,. near powcf lin.c Information on the Florida CAN

Then Fred \goes Into his office temperate glass of beer and you Thanks a mJloolMMTUOWT Mutual rlaai of Hospital
and< brings out the biggest mounted!. like buttermilk.
Protection.Names .
rainbow trout ever saw "Bet -ee..e
< ______.
that was caught at the sawmill" 8ie'f7lC Mwni ) Get What's Advertised At Starke's
u ]
comments Handy. "Cedar Point," mini i.n fillip .%dmu: .__- _______ Leading Food Store







JdAR 17 19 5 0

.uten n. 1950

the Pompano high school, visited Iva
her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. ited McKinney Mr. of Auburndale vis.1 and Miss Lubedla Pinholster at- ship for Italian Opera study In Milan cern and he and his wife will make Demonstration Clubs Morgan. Mrs., Alton Dobbs and '
OKER and Mra. Eddie Castlins i tended' the Layman' Convention Italy. their home here. Walter
Crosby, last :weekend. She was Slbley.Bnmker.
accompanied by Richburg Hardyof recently. held at North Pleasant Grove Fri Closing the program was "Id- Jim Murphy, Jacksonville columnist Plant Fruit Trees Club I':
a Me Lewis The Vance Russ and Mrs. Francis I ward Preodor violinist In "Llehesfreud" and radio commentator
Pompano. wedding of Miss And
day.Mrs. Shrubbery
Russ Carolyn Mra. L. L.
Crosby and Mr. Hardy will be an visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Rosa Pinholster visited Rev by Krelaler, Brahma'"Watts'j visited Keystone Tuesday Kelley
Russ Dyal. Mrs Warren MIzelU and
R (lub !Meeting event of April 8th In the First Monday.Mr and Mrs Truby Parrish of SantaI and Fiddle" by Brig. Gen. Pickering Salvation During the past three months Lavonla ,
nu.'etlng'; the Baptist Church of Pompano. and Mrs.! G. W. Davis an I I Fe last weekend.Mr. Kroll and "Hejre Katl" by Hubay. Army leader in this area, spent County Home Demonstration Club, |I Hodge.Sunny
stratlon,hly Clubcommunity vma Mr. and Mrs. W A. Lawhorn and II Jeanette and Annie Laverne Net and Mr. G. B. Colson viajlted Mr. Proodor Is considered one of the early part of the week at the members have planted 104 frull j : brook Club
center vn: Kenneth of Fernandlna were ties, visited Karo Tyre who is a> Mr. and MI'.. Resale Colson of the top violinists In America today. S. A. headquarters, adjacent to trees, 373 azaleaj. and 28 camellias I Mrs B. M. McRae, Miss Mary 1
ternoon March 8th. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker patient In North Florida Clinic In Starke Sunday afternoon While at Eastman School of Musiche Keystone Heights according to Miss Dorothy Ella Ward. Mrs. Fred Halalop.
for I.Sunday. Starke, recently. was violinist and concertmasterIn Everett Brown Is here for a visIt Rasa Home Demonstration Mrs. Lois Newmans. Mrs. Frank
were present I Mrs. C. C. and of I I
baby i
rs Deeq
the of
Roswell Kelley of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis visited Branford visited Mr. and Mrs. O. Rochester Civic and Phil undetermined length with his Agent. These were purchased on Norman, Mrs. Floyd Crosby Mrs.
the club visited his mother. Mrs. Doris Kel- friends of La Crosse Sunday.J. |W. Barry Monday.Mr. harmonic Orchestras In Hollywoodhe family Mr. Brown travels ex a cooperative basis while many W T. Crosby, Mrs. J. R. Kelly
11) Ross was assistant concertmaster of tensively and his work Mrs. Wm. Crosby Mrs. Lester
carries him
the arrtof ley and other relatives last week. W. Howell and son were din and Mrs, Lloyd Barry visited members bought and rooled.planlll
nitrated the M-O-M through
recording ot' .stra. At a large part of eastern Crosby and Mrs. O. L. Lovell.
pins from plastic end. ner guests of Mr. and Mra. Junior |Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Deea of Bran- present Mr. Preodor la Associate United States. independently.Every lleilbronn Club
furnished strips J. T. Sowell and L. L. Parker Dukes Sunday.Mr. iford Sunday. Professor year at thla time the
pre and Orchestra Director Mrs. Felix Sapp Mra Eldon
I each following the are visiting In Pompano and Miami and Mrs. Frank Townsend of, I We are proud to report that at the University of Florida. I clubs put on a drive to plant Sapp, Mrs. Tullle Norman and
given by Miss Ross this week.Lawrence La Croaae visited Mr. and Mrs. G. Mrs. Vera Allen Is back home here trees In home calendar orchard Mrs. J. C. Sapp.
.-active lapel pin to Wiggins was In W. Davis and Jeanette and Lavprne I after being in a hospital in Tanupai MIEXIETS' WIN GAME HAMPTON and to beautify home ,surround
Gainesville Friday afternoon.E Nettles Sunday. i for several weeks. The Keystone Midget baseball ings.

..1 l necessary to change W. Hodges visited friends in Mrs. Earl Green and daughters I{ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards ,. team won ita first game from a By Mr... M. C. !Sweeney! Bradford County has a climate

late of the club from Orlando last weekend.We Shirley Nell and Linda Gale,, visited visited Mra. W. H. Hinton of Wal good Mlddlrburg team by a 9.1 that will permit the productionof WELDING

!.itsday to every first regret very much the deathof Mrs. F. M. Vickery In Gainesville do Sunday. score. The feature of the game I Miss Dorothy Swanbom, elementary a wide variety of fruit. It 1 Is
Carrie Lee Lewis March 9th. was the pitching of Paul -
rnoon of each month. Wednesday. Rivers teacher of the fifth particularly desirable that each
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas of and the all-round and sixth rural home and .
support given m urban L.V'
Mr. grades many
and Mrs. N. at
C :Mott and Hampton
school la
ny and eons Wright Starke attended services held at Mrs. J. R. Mott were In High Keystone Heights by his team mates. One big In- ing her pupils an educational treat giv homes as possible have a calendar ;' I

Greensboro vlilted Brooker Baptist Church Sundayand (Springs on business Saturday. ninghelped along by a coupleof by taking them In to orchard that is. trees bearIng .
last weekend and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mlddleburg errors, groups see fruit (
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons and gave Key St. Augutlne'e historical land. every month of the,j #
basketball tourna- Mrs. H. C. Douglas. stone 5 runs and broke what year
Marshall Mott up marks and the
Montoche visited ever
Lvllle Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott ROTARY CLUB ELECTION l !had been a tight game. Keystone rifle Studios popular Ma Bulletins on planting and care

(,. Russell Green and daughter Evelyn, visited Mr and ,[weekend. last The Rotary Club of Keystone' later added 3 more runs with a Mrs. B. P. Walker returned to I I of trees may be obtained from "'eo offer I the people of Starke
spent Monday In Mrs. Fred Shaw of Sanderson Saturday Mr. and Mrs Raleigh Heights last Friday elected direc- rally in the late Innings to Insure her home In Maryvllle the Home Demonstration office
Brannen Tenn.,
,Mrs.! M. B. Layfleld of Hampton, tors for the 19 O-al year as follows: i its first win. :This was the openIng Thursday of last week after Iin the Courthouse. and vicinity one of the most
|iy Crosby, teacher In [ Mr. and Mrs. George Parrish and ,Mrs. G. C. Moore and son Buford Al elHon, Cam Baatedo, R. L.. game In the Midget League for ing the winter months at her upend home Those buying trees and plants

I i and Mrs.. Edgar Wilkinson nf Walker, S. E. McKay. Al Watson, Keystone and Mlddleburg. Mayor here Before returning to Tennes I were: modern and finest equipped
-- Starke :' Don Pangborn and Lou Rushton. Scott threw out the first ball. The see, she I La"fey Club
visited visited
Mr. and Mn. N. her
AREZ' STORE !Men's Clothing Mott Sunday.Mr. C. The directors met Monday evening boys were encouraged In good Eustis, and friends In Lake brother Butler.1 In, lira Joyce Futch, Mrs Miner, welding shops. anywhere

Established 1891 III1 I and Mrs. J. R. Mott visited and chose the new slate of officers sportsmanship radio by columnist and Friends are glad to hear that Mrs. S. J. McGarvey, Mrs. Grace All Work (;uaranteedSMITH'S
commentator Jim Browning and Mrs. E.
follows M.
her mother, Mrs. Brook Perry as : President AI and Gladys Bundy Is recuperating nicely
man of Gainesville Nelson; Vice President S. E. Mc manager Koon Wilson of the 'I after undergoing an Blount
night. Saturday Kay; Secretary, E T. Martin; Keystone Club. Both spoke brief In Shadycrest Hospital appendectomy Starke> Club GARAGE

Thank You Very Much Mrs. Pitt Baxter'' Is visiting her Treasurer Huntley Redfern; Sergeant ly over a portable public address Starke on Monday. f in Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs A. J.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Le- at Arms Benj. Rose. An- system Rep. Sam Saunders from Grady Williamson returned Thomas Mrs. A D. Crosby Miss AM) MACHINE SHOP
The many phone calls and Mlddleburg accompanied his to Agnes Thomas, Mrs. lIrmonCall
via of Jacksonville this week. nouncement was made that four home his home here Monday( after Temple Ave Stark
letters offering support in bedrooms and have been town team. Keystone's second j ja
my Mrs. Harry Snapp returned to a parlor j patient In the Starke hoxplta)
.e; campaign have been most grati her home In Miami Thursday after reserved In the George WashingtonHotel game of the season will be with for a week.

1) fying. The enthusiastic help Indicated spending several days here with for use of club members Doctor's Inlet Weekend visitors to Hampton -. .. .-

by your response to my her mother, Mrs Wilson Rusa. during the coming district con Mr. and Mrs Roger Babson of Included Mr. and Mrs. James HOWARD'S"JfiM

announcement will contribute Mrs. Lizzie Green of Lake But ference. Babson Park Florida and Babiwm Broome and children, of Orlando; CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION 1
greatly to the success of m y ter is spending several days herewith ENJOYABLE CONCERTThe Park Mans, visited Keystone Mr. and Mr. Emory Sparkman

race, for which I am. very grate- her daughter, Mrs E. W. Woman's Club presented a Heights over the weekend. The I and Miss Hilda Brown. Miss June; :
ful. Hodges concert Tuesday evening at their famous financial writer enjoyed a I Johnson, Miss Betty Durllng and i f

Sincerely, I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lewis of club house. featuring well] known tour of the Humphreys Gold plant Mrs., all Marlon Gnann and son, Jimmy PHARMACISTS
Jacksonville of Jacksonville.
visited Mr. and Mrs. artists from Gainesville. on the old Camp Blandlng reservation
Pitt Baxter Sunday.Mr. The evening's entertainment and he and Mrs. Babson Mr. and Mr. Carleton Chastaln
and Mrs. Alex Williams of opened :with Delbeit E. Sterrett, were entertained at a dinner par and Mrs. B. L. Hinson were shop
Jacksonville visited her parents tenor who sang, "Come Let U. tv Saturday evening by Mr end ping In Jacksonville lust Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green, last Be Merry," an old English air: "Do Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr.. Mr. and day.
weekend. Not Go, My Love," and "Love Mrs.' Albert Nelson, Mr. and Mrs.S. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Mary Green visited her Went!' a-Rlding", Mr. Sterrett holds E. McKay. Miss Gertrude Hou- II. B. Wiggins and Mr. and Mrs.

| olltlrnl Adv 1 Candidate for Congress sister, Mrs. Olin Hale of Dukes the I the position of Instructor of voiceat sea C. J. Bastedo. George Williams were Mr*. Mattle I on im for reliable
latter part of last week the University of Florida and Word has been received from Thompson, Mrs. Eva Runge, and 1 drug !
Charlie Kelley and T. W. Mar- Is a remarkably fine singer having Congressman Charlie Bennett that Mr. and Mrs L. A. Wiggins and and health nenln at worthwhile

key enjoyed a fishing trip on the traveled extensively In this countryas Keystone Air Park will be visited daughter)ire. Dora, all of Jacksonville and savings. We pride ourselves. on
Oklawaha Osborne
River of New
Thursday. well as abroad. Since comingto by Army engineers In their search York
Rev. Donald Martin, Mrs. Rosa Florida he has appeared with for a site for the "West Point of City. Mrs Williams and her guentsspent I the scrupulous evactnrna whichgw

|ared to places. Plnhoater, Mrs. Evelyn Thomas. great success on the radio and In the Air"Revival Sunday sightseeing at Silver Into _
go Springs and Ocala II every |) rlp-
concert In many sections of the services will begin at h
tlnn fill.
state the First Baptist Church we SERVICE
on Sun ON.TII" .l\IINIT I
Save Time, Work, Russell] L. Danburg followed at day March 19 and continue Rep. Bennett Urge

the piano with "Claire de Lime. a through Sunday, March 28. Ser Separation Of Florida I rilONE 79 PHONE ,
and Money! concert paraphrase on "The Blue vices will be held at 7:30: each I Temple Avenue Starke 1'1.' ...
r A Danube" "Romance In F And Guard I 64 Nighf
Sharp evening, conducted by Rev. David Georgia Day -
Major" by Schuman and "Palnalse Thomas..
Malcolm Smith
ooh Pounds Of Your In A Flat Major" by Chopin. will assist Rev. Thomas Separation of the Florida and -- -. - -

9 Mr. Danburg was appointed last Georgia National Guard organiza ..... .. .... ..
Done In Price ----- ----- ------- -- ,
Laundry Emory ) was a Wednesday I(
lttrt September' to the position of Assistant visitor to Keystone, where he lions Is being urgod by Rep. Charles
Professor of Piano at the B. Bennett of the Second Congressional
Only .
spoke In the Interest of his candidacy
University. He la i District.
an accomplljilied
pianist and successful teacher and for the House of Representa J The representative has written KOCH
:Minutes. It Is has received recognition aa a elves .the secretary of the Army asking 2b" Store

Washed Spotlessly composer; some of his orchestral Mr. and Mrs. Fred Creed returned' 1;that a separate Guard division bal| i
40 I
Clean-Ready works having been performed by this week to their home In Warner I established for Florida.

I ma lor symphonies N. H. They spent two months of I I I The present arrangement, which i I
if the Arm,', technical look forward unlimited opportunities To Iron! Jane Richards Sterrett's soprano the past winter In Keystone. I divides two Infantry divisions among r

He the advantage of for advancement, ar a I voice was heard In "When I Now pews have been received for Georgia and Florida recruits k ( LJSFLCIAISIii
> trained under experts life of travel and adventure. Yes, I
ltd fields. There Is no there is much to be said for a career I Cents Is All It Have Sung My Song" "Oh Love the Community Church, which In ,he said, results In Inefficiency with
ound for a successful In the U. S. Armor in the But A Day" and "Midsummer." now being renovated. Sunday service unified staff training difficult and j,
pi form or out. In addsU.. 8. Air Force. Get the full story 40 Coats>, Try Our Since coming to Florida Mrs. Ster are being heldIn the Wo-!I"possible only at considerable ex-1 b
I men earn while they on what the Army and Air Force rett has appeared a number of man's Club while the work la In pense" because of distances: in : :
ave good living condl- can offer you. See your recruiterent Service Soon! times with marked success and ac progress. volved. i
benefits, and can today for a career with a future.Y claim. She has performed In Times Mrs. Amelia Fowler of Michiganhas Armory and field training can. '

Hall and Town Hall New York; Innumerous purchased the home of Mrs. not be coordinated properly under This Our "Combination Weekend

The \Washeteria concerts, and has made Agnes Lawrence on Keystone Lake the two-state setup, he adrlerl.
recordings and broadcasts. She was Construction has started on the Creation of smaller divisions $1 Jergens Lotion & 49c Shampoo '.98 r
BUILDING STARKE FLORIDA featured singer for the Rltten home of T. A. Glockner on East would bring more efficient operation
Jys Through 10 A.M.: To Noon 323: Temple Avenue house Door Chime program and fjikevlew Drive. Mr. Glockner and result In better training I
I was the 1948 winner of? a scholar -ep're ents a large electrical con- I the congressman said. 20 Gillett Blades & 98c Shave Cream .98

Representatives of the Slate (lav.
eminent and the State Guard are

PRODUCTION GOES 'ROCKEt PRICES 60 DOWNf! expected In the capital Koon, pos Lustre t'rrine $1;
y.p .. "" ff A 1/ sibly this month to press for separation $1 Shampoo with Free Hair Dresser -
of the forces.

....rl"' .

1 Exams To Be Held I 75c Hair Tonic & $2 Hair Brush QQ
il7 - -,i7
je On April 3rd For '
t I'J Itarlarxd'
Scholarships I Ir
i r I I 25c Shave Cream & Barz Deodorant ".39
J Harmon P Morgan, Superintendent -
of Public Instruction, announced j 1 I
'! SOc Gem Blades & $1 Razor (49
yesterday that six scholarships - -
are now vacant for studentsIn
this county and that examinations I

llIffi9 will bit held In the USO i I 55c sz. 5-Day Pads & 25c Quickies .55
bulld'ng' on Monday, April 3, beginning ,
at 9 a m. 1
The following 'j :\lesmsm50c "

now available: lI"hnlsrsh'PII'ar"1| Shave Lotion with Shave Cream -.49 j
| One Senatorial (Iftth District I II ,
I Bradford & Union Counties I for..' j
'['II. freshman or sophomore boy. I' Woodbury Soap FREE with Lotion .29
| One Senatorial fora junior 1
senior or graduate girl. Ullilrixit

; One House of Rl'prl'lIl'ntllth'pI 60c Creme Oil & 60c CO 1
Shampoo .Da7
J. seho'arsh'p' for a freshman or - > I
sophomore boy. .
One House scholarship for a 1
85c Nox2'r.ma.5940c
/ Noxzema -.29
freshman or renlor girl. i
One Lewis scholarship for a..'
freshman I I .
One Lewis scholarship for a r -

..ophJmorenlor., or graclun'o ? G h
dPivaayaw Mr. Morgan explained that the '
Rentorlal scholarships provide
$IOO per year, while the House
and Lewis scholarship! are for CARDS .
S20O annually. All of the scholar-! !
-i hips provide that the benefit lar
must teach school or enter some
branch of government employment ---NEW\ DISPLAY---

wwt a for one year for each year he received
the award.

Those desiring to take the examinations FUN FOR ALL! RU-EZE

-* ",+.-M.,i,DHm.M rWixWyrlo.MO.,.....,MO OIJmct4f...JoI>. here on April 3 may
obtain the necessary application An aid in the relief of
A GENEMl MOTORS VAlLff blanks from the Superintendent'soffice Print. your own picture symptoms of arthritic & I
. the driving; ease of new Whirl.anewlowprkelTbaak.totbeenthusia.tio from )lra. Jessie
extra or
moolhncM.. Young
you can buy the action star of the high- on any or rheumatism & in relief of
" Hydra-M f lic Drire-"/ a lairrr price!Now county school supervisor i
'.">n and all away the /flowing beauty of Fuluramic itvlfnf, the t cloth! Anyone can muscular aches & pains. ,
overwhelming popularity of the <;f.\RANTEKj:. Take an direct
np new Futuramic "88." Oldsmobile now cushioned comfort of OlJuroohile's Alr.bornetb. BRITISH MET M.AKKI.V do it Ask for
.. 'loweit.pricedRocket" Engine car rid,," is your*-at a lower price! This is truly the OLDSMOBILEMODELS L I L E ALTO EXPORT ed. If not sallttnVd we will return

nrq lower price!Now you can thrill to the value headline of the year! But don't take our Britain set up new recorda for your money t

kpt"nicer -Jine'. .mooth-.ur? u B response-. word take the"83"-11 wheel!your Make Oldsmobile a date with dealer the! export of vehicles automobiles In November and commercial Sun Folo $1 1 100 Tablets 2.50

price Now you can enjoy the .ubrilliant, new 19.19, the Society of Motor Manufacturers -

SHI JUST ANNOUNCED PRICE REDUCTION ON ill _NEW. S t Your Oldsmobllt DtoUr and traders has an- '

nounced. K 0 C H S
TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANYL During November 27,863: autoaj, Prescription Specialists
were exported. Including nearly
STARKE FLORIDA 1,400 to the United State I .. .. - .. _

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? 17 19 5eY FRIDAY MARCH '

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steady downpour on opening night and I hope It develops' Into an an-i !so long; .See you in ;:,,

l n Mary Lee Hancock Couldn't begin to mention all nual event :allll)

;AiF I Ivh + Named For Honor the outstanding talent, but must

.. '- ) A ," f N By Delray BPW say you Doc haven't Covington lived until and you'veseen Jim ASK THE MAN WHO KN09+;S :i YOURWATCHMAKt87"

; Friends of Mrs. Mary Lee Hancock Cooper do their red-flannel fan
formerly of Starke will be dance, or heard Betty Swindall wArcN
Louis Blues" apart : youR .
interested to learn that' she was take <
named "Woman of the Month"by and put It together again Although NCEDS A
Residence June Caldwell Office I Irb. the Business & Professional hers was a strictly "be ;

State Farm 45 Editor Phone 2u 7 Woman's Club of Delray Beachin hind the scenes" operation much
credit for the success of the per.
e. recognition of her musical a-
chlevements. formance goes to the expert job CRCCK uP"i

Weds Alonzo H. III to an article In the of piano accompanying done by
Miss Vivian McRae Harley, According Dorothy Heintz, the Rotary pianist
a Delray newspaper, Mrs. Hancock Lea did his usual
In Presbyterian Church Sunday AfternoonMiss recently gained the recognition of Shepherd<<
the Dubonnet Music Publishing grand job as interlocutor My persona Integrity and profession. barked.
Vivian McRae daughter with their guests Mr. and Mrs. J Sunnle Richards doubled (or. .
Co. of New York who are servicing of experience In Fine Watch
40 Kc. .
of Mr. and Mrs. Barney E. McRaeof Harley left for a wedding trip to her. The three should I say tripled) in brass directing by years .
this city, became the bride ol Key West and other points In 1f'r't numbers songs composed, all popular by songs have the production as Well as pairing, I* your Guarantee of Satlxfartloii.Ed .

Alonzo H. Harley, III. son of Mr South Florida. On their return t.L iij I been recorded on Metro records contributing her dancing talentsto
and Mrs A. H. Harley of Kingsley they will make their home In the Hal Graham's orchestra. enliven the program Nell Simpson
Lake in a beautiful candlelight Carter. apartments on North Cherry by and Red Griffin were hosts to '
't Seaboard Watch
The compositions, "It's The 11 Inspector
ceremony last Sunday afternoon, Street. members of the cast and their :
March 12, at 5 o'clock in the Mrs.. Harley graduated from Truth", "When "You Are Near", wives at the Camp Blending of- ,GEM JEWELRY
Church of Bradford school last L and "Happiness, are heard onrecords ;
First Presbyterian high spring./ ficers club after the final performance
Starke. Mr. 'Harley graduated from BUS .J. through radio and juke and understand that
The impressive double ring with the clans of '47 and attendedClemson .y 1 ,boxes and as they are demanded, merriment continued until the wee
ceremony was performed by the College in Clemaon' S. C. i4 '' ''will be put into sheet music form. sma' hours of the morning )

Rev. J. V. Robinson grandfather He Is now,employed( ;wIth Hum Tempo Distributors, a national l Altogether, 'twas a swell show,|
of the groom, of Oldsmar, and phreys Gold Corporation. concern, are placing the records
the Rev. John Warren Kaufman Among the out-of-town guests W throughout the country the DelI I.
of Starke. were Mrs. Ira D. Wells and MISS ? ,4 f < ray- newspaper- stated.

Arrangements of white gladiola Ira Mae Wells of Atlanta Ga.: It Is also of Interest locally to -1 1a
and status with fern were placed the Rev. R. J. Gomes of Fitzger note that Mrs. Hancock's daughter,
throughout the church as were ald. Ga.; the Rev. and Mrs. J. V ,.$;-: A Dolores, who Is a voice student
branched candelabra holdl g Robinson of Oldsmar; Miss Mattlft b+ s will be presented In a recital Fri 1 I
burning white taper E. Harley of Jacksonville; Mrs. day night March 17 by the Past 1t4 St '
Preceeding the ceremony Mra. A. H. Harley, Miss Connie Harley, President's Club of the Delray
E. K. Ferryman organist, rendered Miss Jacqullne Harley Mrs...Mae 'k'VS Beach Music Club. a S I

a program of nuptial music, Wells. Mrs. Jack Bales, Mr. and The many Starke friends of Mrs. I 1 t
and George Jones, soloist, of Mrs George Roberts, Mr. and Mra. Hancock will wish to congratulateher
Gainesville sang "Because" (d'- Will Edwards, and Miss Shirley. on the success she Is achievingin rYe.
Hardelot), and "Oh Promise Me" Harley of Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs ': the music world. N
(deKoven). Nelson Blocker of Atlantic Beach; ." ,'" t b mlckt Mie .....p m food br, .k.i,.
The bride had is her matronof Mr. and Mra. W. Edwards.. Jr., ,-;.//;;;. :' i { Legion ping Iwwm stare tu More. .jtrirfoi
honor her sister, Mrs. F. M. of Orange Park; Mrs. Ruth Bar- .fly, ,. : AuxiliaryThe ANN PAGE PREPARED t( 1 l e a the few Brood bur to now mmIn and totoes e.. Km.
Crawford. thlaw and Mr. and Mrs.. G. E. + ({tt 4 t. .'.' / ,<'J American Legion Auxiliary r"p, wee. you .. r,,imt m.alnrlr Hmntimt
Barney E. McRae, Jr., brother Green of Mlddleburg' ; Mrs. W. F. t....' k :.(t iMlt. .' A Post 56 will hold Its regular meet. SPAGHETTIll I good .ere every day. von ?,
M :
of the bride served as best man, Cooley, Mr. and Mrs. John Torode, I... ." 'tI 'i'I. Tuesday evening March 21, at 8 ,A.P' roller and profltanit I* to keep nnMIntently oprnillii, Inn et.ennen

and ushers were Bobby Biggs, Mrs Pauline Torode, and Mr. and : ./ o'clock In the American Legion nears. the ........ with >ou .In ib,
F. M. Crawford and Bill Edwardsand Mrs. W. C. Wooten of Kingsley Hall. All members are urged to Z for 45 form .f i frtrf* hut are .oo low n. v,
Ernest Wells, Jr.,,of LawteyThe Lake. ... 0' -_ attend. en make teem rvrrr dar or tie ntrk.

bride given In marrlagr --.-:- AND MRS. A. II. IIARLEY, HI, cut the Molding cake followingtheir
by her father :wore a dove grej The Young Matron's Circle of marriage In the Presbyterian. Church here last Sunday after VOTE for. Hewlett 8. Anderson ANN PAGE TOMATO
suit with matching accessories.Her the Presbyterian Church. honored I noon. for School" Board Dint. 3. (Pd. Pol. SOUP 3 for 25c Jane Parker Delicious
I Miss Vivian McRae bride of Adv.
corsage was a whit orchid a [ ) --
with a purple throat. last Sunday with a buffet supper WHITEIIQUSE EVAP. HOT CROSS

The matron of honor Mrs. Craw- Thursday evening of last week at St. Mark's Auxiliary MILK- 3 tall 34c
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F, F. cans Pxa
ford, chose for her sister's weddingan
Plans Silver TeaThe
North Walnut Street. BUNS 25c
Stump on
suit with accessories
pink C
aqua IONA DRIED Soaked Lima OF 10
flowers used In decorating
Spring were .
Her corsage waa pink carnations
St. Mark' Auxiliary. held a
Mrs. McRae, mother of the bride, the home for this lovely meeting Monday evening at the BEANSe 9c Jane Parker Angel Food
wore a navy suit with matching affair. Supper was served buffet
Parish house Church Street.
accessories. Her corsage was also -style and eaten from individual on FANCY SHORT GRAIN
meeting was opened by the RING CAKE
of pink carnations, Mr. Barley card tables covered with linen directress, Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, RICE 5 lb. bag .. 51c
mother of the groom, also clothe February was. the .40th anniversary Incidentally, Herb won a lovely
with devotional followed
a by -
wore. navy with matching acccsao- The hostesses presented Mist Lord's Prayer, of Scouting In the United electric roaster recently A (-()LnSTREA 1 PINK Small 29c Large 49c
rIll and a corsage of pink carnations. McRae with a piece of her chosen States and the local Cub Pack 70 very nice thing for a prospective Size Size
china In remembrance of the oc A letter walt read by the secretary celebrated In n big way with cake groom to own, I'd aay. .And SALMON e37c -

C A reception waa held Immediately casion.: from Ruth Riley, chairmanof an' all the trlmmiVa In St. Mark's speaking of weddings romance

following the ceremony in the Following upper, plans were the diocesan altar committee, Psrrlsh Hall With more than seems<< to have blossomed out early 1ONA YELLOW CLING
Episcopal Church Center. discussed for a new class In the advising that plans are under way 90 cubs and parents attending, this spring like everything else FRESH CROPS
Mrs. T. Frank Landrum greetedthe Sunday school: Special guests each den had Its own birthday First, Barbara Keen's surprise EACHESHALVES t
for a class In the and making
at the door and were Mrs. A. C. Llbhart and C. :M. care : cake with candles Bert Simmons trip to the altar with Sail- i
guests presented Ar Rifr hin fri
them, to the receiving line Turney of the State Farm. of altar linens and hangings durIng introduced Den Chiefs orman John Byrd of Green Cove ( ,

ctmalstlng of Mr. and Mrs. McRae, There were 16 guests 'present. the afternoon period at Camp George Canova and Sonny En- and Tennessee Then announcements OR SLICES .. for 37c /
the bride's parents; Mr. and Mrs Weed June 11-17, and asking theStarke gram and Bobcat pins and wolf of I Interestingevents I NO. 2 1.2 CANS .,

Harley, the groom's parents; the Barn Dance PlannedBy I group to send a representative badges were. awarded. to those ell featuring Vivian McRae an'
bride and groom; Mrs. Crawford, If possible. gible Dennis Miller Is leadingthe AI Harley, Jr. Betty Powell an' A & P FANCY Apples 3 Ib 39c
matron of honor; and Barney E. Lake Butler.FHA groups with a bear badge already Wayne Sargent Betty Ann
McRae', best' man. The receiving Plans were made for a special and Donnie McClane: received Flynn an' James Phillips My, Fruit Cocktail No. 2!/ - 33c
line waa formed before the mantle A barn dance featuring Jitterbug calendar to be hung In the church Ms wolf badge which he qualified my y Looks like busy times in Lemons, 300's doz. 43c

which was banked with fern, round and square dancingwill for the use of those desiring. to for last summer and has been these parts .
yellow gladiola and lighted yellow be sponsored In the civic center place flowers on the altar. The patiently awaiting ever since Starkltc .seem to be holding IONA CREAM STYLE
at Lake Butler next Friday date should be Den No. One's cake was ornamental their own in the Department of Carrots bunch 5c
taper The bride's table, covered withan night March 24, by the FutureHomemakers calendar. designated on this as well as delicious, with a Fishing Eugene Ellis Nathan Golden Corn No. 2 - lOc -
lace cloth, was cen- of America. Miss layer each of blue and gold, the Goolaby, an' Otis Shuman were
Imported Linn Varnea, vice-president of the The annual silver. tea was dlscua- club YELLOW
tered with the three-tiered. cake' colors Eolln Smith (Mrs. mentioned In theT-U's "Fins, Furs
ed' and the date set for FANCY GARDEN GREENLibby's
Lake Butler FHA was Thursday
chapter requeststhat .
Hogan) was the baker of this A Feathers" column recently as 1
surrounded with fern. The cakewas
flanked on either side by all guests! come wearing dungarees April 13. the first Thursday masterpiece Markley Ann having a catch of 29 speckled limas 25c Onions 3 Ib. 13c
after Easter Mrs. H.
silver candelabra holding burning and plaid shirts (boys) and C. Brown Johns attended with Hazel an' Jim perch from Cross Creek Carl -
gingham, calico or something similar was appointed chairman of Invitations Rltch, but didn't look Carl
white Silver dishes filled any too Johns with son, Lamar, and
tapers.and (girls). The dance beginsat Mrs W. H. Noegel chair happy about the event as mom'n' angler Jimmy Rogers. are among Green Cabbage lb. 3c
with mints nuts were placedat man of refreshment., Mrs. O. L. IONA FULL PACKTomatoes -
8 o'clock and both and
young dad Ted &
Intervals about the table. : Charley Johns were those reporting very good catchesIn
The wedding cake was cut by old will be welcomed and are Beasley chairman of decorations, off to Miami for the weekend J Lake Santa Fe both bass No. 2 lie
promised a grand and Mrs Stanley Noegel publicity lorburf
Mrs. B. C. Holzendorf while Mrs. evening's en- chairman. Spotted Cub-dads George Patten and perch The local OES
Merry Beth Smith kept the bride's tertainment. an' Dr. Kucera enjoyln' themselves Chapter reports that their. chicken Lettuce. 2 hd. .. 25c
Mrs Lemuel Colson and :Mn.. W. GREEN GIANT DIG TENDER
book. Others assisting were immensely, an' very becom- pilau. supper was a huge success,
:Misses Idell Landrum. Sue BIggs.Nancy BPW Meeting NoticeThe H. Noegel volunteered to car for ingly hatted with blue an' gold both financially and edlbly Fla. Red BlissPotatoes
the altar during the month of Sweet Peas 2 for 35c
: Knight, Evelyn Newaome, April.It crepe paper derbies ? An Important guest was theirGrand -
Mrs. Freeman Register Jr., Mrs March. meeting of the Starke was voted by the auxiliary; to Bingo game. are becoming very Patron Vincent Bryce, of lb.25c
T. F. Landrum, Mrs Jesse New- Business &: Professional Woman's resume Its regular. meetings. on the popular these days The Tour- Gainesville Hear that L. M. (
some, and Mrs. Clyde Priest. Club will be held Monday evening, first Monday in each month. ist Club had another with Gene Gaines celebrated another milestone r A' t- .
After. spending several hours the 20th. at 7:30: p.m. In St. Ed. Howe takln all honors by wlnnin' on Saturday. March 4, but AftP' b So Sure You'll Enjoy CloseTrimmudSuper
ward's Recreational Hall. President VOTE for he' !
-"-- Hewlett 8. Anderson five games The customary how marked the occasion I 1. WORTHIHORE ASST.
Hats $S.98 to f 3.93 Leila's Dremt Pauline Torode requests that for Sellout Board. Dint.. S. (IM. Pul. Saturday night games at St. Ed- wasn't able to find out Meat '

Shop. all members attend. Adv.) ward's Recreation Club had a The hop** of our eligible spinsters Right". JELLYEGGS
three-time winner recently In Ru-
have been raised considerablysince '
dolph DeWaters of Hampton who the announcement by the '.THAT. EVERY: POUND IS GUARANTEE! D
CARPENTER'S also took home a door prize .. .I Lions Club, via Buddy Bishop, "
CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S Maude Fields, a two-time winner. that the Gastonia N. C.. ball club TO SATISFY You :

was gathering. up towels for. ,will spring train In Starke during LB.
PLUSH daughter, Hazel, whose marriageto April Hear tell the club has .& BAGVOKTIIMORE 19C
Herbert Green Is scheduled for We'll cheerfully give you your money e
a large percentage of unmarried
EASTER BUNNIES $1 & $3.19 "some time after October" .. players! Edwin an' Mary St. back If you don't nay "Super-Right" d I.y I -:-- .- -. -.--
John have come back to Bradford Meat In. goal, good 1. gaolo. \ tnocolaie,

County after dwelling In P- I Cream .. 29c
a spell -- -- -- -- e -
MUSICAL EASTER EGG $1 1 Baldwin Edwin will be with HERMANS LIVER [:. -- -- --.. --
the National Guard at Blending t WORTIIMORK Coconut
D .BI.c. In addition to Jack Eaves, 25
'- Starke also. placed Jim Godwin of Sausage ... Cream Eggs lb. e 30c'SUPEIt.RicIIr'

. Easter BASKETS 29c, 39c & 49c STARKE FL':. I the State Farm on the All-Confer. FOR ..

PAPIER 1IiCHEEASTER J Fri. &: Sat., :March 17 &: 18 I gratulations! Another All. Prem .. .. .. .. .. 40c
DOl' LE FEATURE I'Conf la Don Mizell of Lake. But Beef f Chuck Roast t Ib.57c I -- ._-
RABBITS- IOc & 25c ler That handsome guest of SWIFTS
di'7 Alice St. John recently was
THE THREAT .'Walter Barnes of New Canaan "SUPER-RIGHT" Well-Trimmed End Cut Chopped Ham. SOc

Easter Toys For All Ages. !Mlihael" O'Shea.- AND Virginia- Gray I Conn.Hear, .that. Gladys; Canova if Pork Loin Roast lb. T 49c': LlJmn HENNA -

working as saleslady In the I8c
new Sausage - -
BrotherSaddle!Diana Dress Shop In Gainesville "SUPER-RIGHT" Western Veal -

All proud parents are urgedto LIBBY CORNED
{ Richard !Martin Stew : enter their darlings. betweenthe Shoulder Roast Ib. 57
i r Virginia Cot Bindle&I j\ ages of six months and five .C Beef Hash. .. .. .. .. 33c

J WEEKEND HADACOL"COKE"10c"For "Greener Yard" Serial years. with Marian Howe In the C- -
Short 4:
SPECIALPHOT !! "Ik'%11 Horse" of C office for participation In CORN KINO or JACK SPRAT Fancy' LIBBYS SPAGHETTI: tc

that Extra Pep"! I I the Beta Sigma Phi sponsored Meat Balls . 23c
Sliced Bacon 1 lib.
ROAST BEEF Sun. Mon. & Toes, Mar.' 19 21 .baby. Girls show-to Aunt be held Carolyn March has 23 a pkg. 43c

I I lead on a new single man In town LJBBYS
SANDWICH Let our prescription service My Foolish Heart'Ihena ,'. The name Edward Klsam SMALL Beef Stew, - 39c

Served PotatmGray With Whlppnl I cover your needs any hour I:f Andrew. Susan Hayaanh I,and. Green Works Cove for Welfare and lives In Starke In an Smoked Picnics lb. '- 37c !

4J of the day or night. JJ'e j 1".U1..k Party" Short A Latent NewsWnl. ; apt. at the Griffin house on Wal Paged Meat. .14c
nut St. Incidentally the
50' are as near as your telephone < i & Thur,, March :23: A 23: name Is' pronounced kiSAM'and girls QUICK FROZEN HEADLESS OCEAN I -

just call "61". You receive ': IKX'BLE F Tl'RE I not klanum as some of you more Ib. QUICK: RICH SUDS:

I complete and dependable prescription : YANKS AHOY romantic Hear that ones our might budding assume barrister. Large Shrimp - 65 C I Breeze. .. .. .. .. .. .. 25c

... service at all times.CARPENTER'S. i Enos Hayes cam. through midterms CLEANSER
:| Illlam Tracy, Marjorie Wood- at U of F with A's and B'.
Bab-O .. .. .. 11
1 worth Quite a feat for law school - C

Rely the Rotary ;Minstrel h a I Gerber. - .. 9ci
They Live By NightCathy I gone down on the record as an- .AGED MAMMOTH; ,
other histrionic triumph for the ;
The Stol e Where You See Your Prescription Filled O'DoniH-H. Howard DrSllva!boy. Must say they certainly Cheese 59c Ib
Also. latent. News know how to pack 'em, In A OLEO Colored CTJ QTRSJ
full house at both performances v'r -" '
30cIMAR 1b.
Nutley -
-- "VI Monday an' Tuesday In tp.te of a

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MAR 17. 1 9 5 e'RCJl



Buffet .. r jetter time with one mYII lt. Boy.y Thar's Bar In Them By Haven froxby, T>. .... J
Supper And Miss Hickey Honoree 14 > the time I got home I'd be Ally for rif.1 a-lT 41 47r ,

Shower Compliment At Bridal Shower Saying my pajamas and putting There Baker Woods _r
I... r..... ,' <- )IIHT.' ,u.AltrORO

Bride Of This Week And Dinner Party on chicks my --prayers"here' .the By latent the deflnl.lon way- More than 40 black bear were f....Kill.Irene.1 "" ." '. .......HID'''& .... (11"-" '. J

killed. In Baker County during thd Uulnan, Plaintiff, v.... Peter
Mrs. T. Frank Landrum. Mrs Miss El ma Lee Hickey of Starke of the word love -- "Love la to State L. lulnan, KfiFendant. Caav No.
past season according a '
IN THE NEWS Ewell! Lawson.. Mrs Clyde Priest whose wedding will be an event of like a mufthroom you don't know Conservation Board Some ,80n
report ;: 1 1I.
Mrs. Jesse Newsome and Mrs Thursday. March 16 was the hon t'a the real thing until It'a too gF. ) APPKAItSTATE
much 230:
; II P'reeman late." The only thing your.* truly weighed as as pounds. OF FLORIDA to: rrlTi "IIIIh..ld..n
Register Jr. honored oree at a bridal shower Thursday Several of these were slain by I.. i lulnan, whune reHlderire lat
I Miss Vivian McRae. whose afternoon of last week In the Community I CAROLYN Jr. mows about love Is that I don'thave I Avenue. HprlnKfleld. ., Ohio.Vou '
of the Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Funderburk !Morris of the
,:halrman ,, any Seems there's a lot Do..llng Taylor section ar. required to appear on \
LtWIA I rlagre to A H. Harley. 111. was an Inn at Penney Farms. I tha above named
confined tot spent last weekend visiting friends I' where farmers attributed April 17th. tUBH. In
ncll waa ,svent of laat Sunday afternoon Hostenites on this occasion were r nf girl who sit on the bench t'onrt and ramie, wherein plaintiff I <
and Gainesvlll@ the loss of much livestock
In \
Tuesday Hradford C'ountrTelcarraph
around Starke What's Meek dcvori-e.
lately *
Hospital with a miscellaneous bridal showr Mr*. W. E. DuBose, Mr*. W. H. I nubllnh thla Order .
< hogs to the bear haznrd.A vhall !
1ecawseI Miss Alma Thomas returned to ,
[ with
wednesday on Friday afternoon. March 10. Glover and Mrs. J G Eternal. I wrong you boys let'* remedy In nest four weekly: Isauea,
orne Bob Jones College in Greenville, that! great many deer were killed \\ ItneiiH mv hand and offlrlal seal I
< Madison tram 4 to 8 o'clock In the Episcopal The reception room was a bo-wer I Hurray* Annuals are here a- In the same area.IX at Htarke.' "Florida this. March llth ,
of South Carolina laat after Our homeroom
I NeWJ1'lan Saturday I Recreation Center. of seasonal flowers with a background fain and with them come the assembly pro- III "
Mr. vlaltinghter. spending a week h..re visiting I(tram: last FridAY honored thelaaketball OKKU-IAl. SKAI.> A..1. Thomaa.A I,
weekend Gladioli stattls and ] of magnolia and other .Imps of disordered clans rooms '.
.t I palms were TIH': Wtrittll: Of II. ( Kt"-I a Clvrk of said. CouruFtv : \
Newor -
M.ss. Audrey her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. T ,J l'Ied' In decoratinir the lounge, and greenery.Receiving. I with everyone asking "Will you 1 girls proud winners of IAt"'. estate: : rroKhy, I>. f* '
Thorn aa.John I he Suwannee. Conference TltlK IM '10 n,.,llfv ALl.v1I()! M V.laK',7.; Htarke, Florida.'
the mantle was banked with wild the guests with the algn my annual ? The teachers I MAY rtlNOKUM that 1, AMil lmileMorrow Ally for )Mf. *'17 *' *'rBn

...."kit !iI. And l'OOn D. Anderson returned to I I myrtle and majrnolla leaves hostesses were Mr*. George L.Spu..lin I as umial will be glad when all the I Our boys did a fine job too this .an Administratrix. of .the, :
rd. Pol.Kathern Here's Kstate of 1>. I'. Klnlaw "er..t.will ... ;;;rH'T. i>ronr \
I aaon
S. ( congratulations .If..r
JII" Daytona Beach Monday after Mrs. J. R. Wainwright mother of the brld..groomIelect. ;om motion Is over. A vote of hfotititv . .
..1 Board. greetedthe I '''1111"; Hth. l'Ml! npply to I C). .. ,. r..OIlIlHI IX tHAMMiiirrle / .>
spending last weekend here vlsltng guests at the door and and Mis Elma Thomas aunt! hanks: .. goes to the senior home* I to both "A" teams and the"B" Jinlire'' : of Bradford Countyfor ":tn. '
pre- I
smith and lion.Garv. his father and mother, Mr. and I lented them to a receiving line : of the bride-elect. Mrs. John room teachers the annual staff rornado squad. We're. mighty mlnlmmlrl Final *IHNrtiarice. havlnsr. filed a* Final watd Ait lie-* vs. llnhop Marasret Jorefendant.Plaintiff.CaaNo. .

Ind.. were gueatsIhls Mrs. A. W. Anderson Sr. composed of the honoree, her Baugh and Miss Mary Paxton as- and all others who worked on the proud> of you nil'ond..r turn on eMittt*. "
and Mrs."denwaur I \" why Miss RoBenborgma Atthle. Louise Morrow, I 77OHORIl OK PtTMrATIOV:
wetk of Mr. l>r<>HHc,* $.'\ to $:\.94 at 1..11&'" mother Mrs. B. E. McRae.: Mrs. slated further In caring for the I annuAl this year because It Is I AilmlnlKtratrlx., !! TO AIM-KAB
while .m route A. Aren't those seniors been rending that book on I Nr''I\ : ; > HlehopToulon. ,
Dre H. Harley Jr., mother of the quests. really tops. 3-17 4t 4-7 I KI.OHI1 \ to:
bridegroom: ar.d the hostesses. The coffee table was overlaid glamourized! And how, do you Ho-w to Adopt Children" ? ,I __ whowA renUlened !Ie: Un-

'. van Karen of Gary. Mamie Smith of Gaines I Miss Munez Dodd invited thejuests with satin demask cloth garlanded like the pictures of the "Gold DustTriplets" What goes. Miss Delia And M II T I C HTO I knovnV'u: anApill required, to appear ore

ohn, Mr. and Mra.1 ville spent last weekend here via-1 with blossom and fern. what's all this, about Miss Wood- At.l. MUiM \IT MAY t'ONPKHNThin I" 1 17th, ">'MI.> In the ahove. nam*
of I Into the library to orange .. '
he view thelfls U to trrtlfv th t I have .*.d ""rl and I'ause, wherein plain
ller for several weeks. I itlng the J. L. Andersons. < which were displayed. ActIng The table waa centered with an March mire came In like a lion.Wonder ham wanting to know what the fllfl' my Klnnl ArroutitN In the llff ,pi ks divorce., Flradford. C'untyTeliirraph '

of Chatlarlo Miss Hazel Cox of Gainesville In the word for sweetheart wall In Ktnt< M Andrews anil will shall, pnolleh this' Order.
Witkovskl i hostesses arrangement of white flowers if It will go out like r'h\ i
as In
the ,
of '
:..ka library on the day April, llino. applvtn I In nmt four weekly lesuea,
Canada was the was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. were Mrs! T. B. Harding and Miss 1 an antique silver bowl, Interspers I neek little lamb? It's time Scotch? She couldn't have the (Clitintv, .llnlffe' of ItradfordCixintv Witness mv hand anil official seal.

alster.ln- W. Jr. last weekend. The josslbly! been thinking about fur. Klnul. IMitrhnrKe. as Ail- at PUrke, Klorlrlu. this March llth
week of her Anderson Julia Elene Lawson. I ed with lighted pastel tapers. I For all the girls to be putting ". mlnlntrntnr' tht Hald KntHte.: ThlfMarh IIR...

Matthew and Mr. !Miss Cox and Mrs. Anderson were Guests were escorted to the tea centerpiece wall flanked on either II iway their full skirts for awhile .Johnnie'alkpr" could she ? Ulti. 1'iltnWltt toFKU'l. HKL> A. J Thomaa,
i.. Mrs. Wltkovakl was co-workers in the U. S. Marine table by Misses Sue Blgga': and I side by bunrlng candles in silver 1 low Of course if they don'tmind .My. My whnt'a BUS coming to? UN I Administrator l* .|.of O said I'ourt.llv .

her home In Canada Hospital in New Orleans. Nancy Knight. The table was candelabra.Presiding. I the wind it's all right with :<.11 4t 47IN :.1-17 II 4-7

Lnuinir J: \the winter 11.d. \ Mrs. A. B. Wall and daughter covered with an Imported cut work over) the silver coffee 1 me for them to wear them Glimpsed) Dorothy Judd back amonpr I ---
/ us again Glnd to see rntciir i'tit ii r. IIIIM>IOHIt > l% CIIMIIT "tt i ii 1'. IIH tnroitrin
Fla. Murla left Monday for El Pa HO, cloth and centered with an exquisite ) and tea services were Mrs. Brooks Monday was really an exciting ? ...> NT.. *. KI.IMIIIItl l> .11'\- Nit. KI.mini ti IM. nt- -
her .
Harley What's all tM .
Patel had as her guestP Texas," where they will join Mr. arrangement of yellow tulips Shipmnn' Mrs. Merrltt Licklm ,[Jay for the Sophomores The about Barbara. Simmons being eniraged < Kill.Marv: Lull. Wninlhain. ('In In. Iff. vaThomaa ''-IM.Himi Hi.nilrNi. t Plaintiff, v.. faroMJeiulerson. -
and Saturday Miss Wall who is attending a training and atattis. Yellow candles Mrs. Bascom Franklin Mrs. Junior class voted on ten boys and K\Vtiodhani, IlffenduntI'M Defendent. Ca" No.
to some boy In Texat. ? .
of Jacksonville.jr school near there. In sliver holders balanced the Hickey and Mrs. John Baugh. an equal number of gals to serve ** .No. TNd.l.oiuuoit ""
Tavlor Hear the wedding bells will be op prnurATioNA.NII 41 III)tfl:II op pt'HMCATKivNI
pian'-l".unI8ll' Uipuie. VOTE for Hewlett B. AnuVntun on either end. Miss Hickey received many lovely at the Jr.-Sr. banquet The NOTK'K TO AITKMtHTATK .\ > NOTH-H: TO> APPKARKTATB
| The gift. She was assisted in openIng ringing soon Speaking of OV ,,KLulUIlA' ThomnaK 0''P FUiltlOA to: Carol.
IslHtrunk*. for School Baud, Dlftt.. S. Pd. Pol. punch bowl was centered on following students won with fly- .. .. !I. Unknown
1 ( and them Misses weddings, wasn't Vlvlan'a and Al's VPnuilhnnihone. reMldenfe IN* ll ntl rnon, who.* re.ld.nce :
I guests of) Mr. and Mrs. Adv.) a small table covered with a large recradlng by Ing colors: (girls) Phylls Strlck- NAH Itu* l>\ (*itroaolo. lnnal Zone
I and Mrs. Lauraere cloth and surrounded with fern Louise Batten and Pansy Sounders.'Appropriate land Patsy Benton Martha simply beautiful ? The bride You are required to apitear onApril Vim aI''' required tn appear' nn
Ivarez Mrs. A. E. McKinney and Mrs. selections sure was pretty and the groom > In the almva niinie April 17th. IRIiii. In the above nam>t
Mr and Mrs. A. H. and statti Presiding over the piano Henry Shirley Harley Margaret l (*iltrt h'n'\: : .;1I1 wherein i plaintiff Court nnd rannA, wherein plulntirfWFk
L. O. Haz n spent Monday in the afternoon was handsome as could be > Hradford CnunlVToUKi'Mph
H. W. Dahl punch bowl during the first hour were played during Norman, Shirley Shaw Wanda Mt ika dlvttr<*e, siipporl nu.nul' II'. and Mrs. Jacksonville shopping and visiting by Mrs. Julia Sturdevant. !Almost made me cry though because for minor. rhIM'' mlornev'a\ feea etcItradfnrd hull iitihllnh tltla Ordr ,.
Reddish of Jack- were Mrs. Mary Beth Smith and Agner, Ann Carter Myra Pay- r'fiuntv, Teles-raph nhallimliliHh In nut four wwltlv |MMU..N.
., Myrtle friends. Miss Marian McRae Nearly a hundred guests were ette and Patsy Eaves; (boys) I guesa I'll never be a ttila order In next four. WltnehN mv nnnd and offlelat, nea]
bride unless Ht Hturke, Pliirlila. IhU March llth.
that weekly lnNiles.Wltnena
and Clellon Coalnt Mrs, Bryan Lynn and children, Others Hsslstlng. during the afternoon present to enjoy the party with Carl Johns Glenn Shuford Lem Chattanooga 'mv hiind and offleliil' Heal mint
une Patel of Miss Hlckt' Shoe Shine Boy gets on the ball Florida, this 1Ilaro'h 14th, (D KIlMAI SKM.> A, J Thnman.An .
visiting at Billy and Sandra Alachua were Mr.... T K. McClane. uel Williams Vernon Reddish, at HinrMe, .
] last Sunday In > l-lorte of aald Court
Miss Elma Lee whose a hurry Seem lke i \t.ae I9M)
iprlngs and points of InIn spent Tuesday here visiting relatives Jr.. Misses" Patsy Benton Helen Norblt Hartmann Ramon Red 11>"'1"11.\1. UK M.) A. J Thomas.As nv llnvnn rrnKliy, It. C.

of Florida and friends. Hatnes, Dolores McKnlght, and marriage will be an event of ding. Vernon Slade. Milton Matt Bradford wolves don't appreciatemy I'lerk. of Kald, Court 3-IT tt 4-7

the campus Thursday evening, March 16, at 7 type of beauty .
Lakeland. Mrs. S. B. Andrews returned Montle Hutchlngs. Leslie Phillips and Jimmy Rowe

In Ij College Smith In Mra. H. C. Ttiesday after spending a week In Appropriate music was played o'clock In the Pcnnev Farms Chapel Congratulations. In a big way Guess Nancy and Clayton hnvmade .. '

M. Alachua visiting her son-in-law I during the afternoon Mrs. was honored with a dinner at to you lucky things! amends again or IH this
Carpenter bv J.
I and Miss Joan I Inn evening.Hostesses new? Patsy and Curl
Keystone Monday say
and Mr. and Mra. Bry-1 W Klncaid No how la
In Jacksonville daughter and Miss Betty Anne use asking everyone in 0
titurdav that was Jnut a falw I
on this occasion were rumor about STARKE I'I'I
f Mrs T G. Ritch. an Lynn.DrcMw. Flynn. Misses Lucille Alvarez Dorothy this week. I can guess. And mv tht'mVvnd..r who JuliaLawson's '

L to 13.95: : at Leila'." $3 to $3.95: at Leila1.* About 125 tniests: called during giiens. Is that everyone has the
J.1 John and June Hall. secret admirer la? .
Dress. Shop.Mrs. the afternoon. flu or else. Is Just getting over It.
The table centered Jean Summlln will have some
shop. dining was
Galnes- F. H. Long spent Tuesday Told you young things to be
JFrankl* Morgan of |:with of cal certain girls to know that she Wed. Mar. 21 & 22
In Jacksonville visiting her daughter a lovely arrangement careful with these bugs and not I Saturday, March 1H Tu"a. & ,
lii a guest of her parents Children's Committee endula with fern. The hostesses will go with whom she pleases
last Mrs. B. S. Carol. spread such things around DOUHI.K FEATUUE -
El I !Mrs. M. M. Morgan Elects I presented the honoree with an appropriate Into I would like for all of you ERJ
Delegates of members
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. The tapping new [rWAR
ll. gift. to know that I am going Hteatly INT.

.,nd Mrs. R. J. Davis had E. McKinney were Mrs. MeKlnney'a To Marianna Meet Those enjoying this event with with the mucb Beta dignity Club was last carried Wednesday on with my broom At least 1 ;
brother and sister-in-law
fnirsts last weekend their the hostesses and Mia Hickey get tn do all the tnlklng .

|aw and daughter Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hazen of Jack I IsonvllJe. The Bradford County Children's were Mrs. Ruby Johns Mrs. W. B. at assembly during home And I hear that's rare Indeed '
F Smith, Jr.. of Lumpkin While here they visitedMr. Committee met at Crescent Court Mundy Jr., of Starke: Mr*. E. V. room period following Did everyone have a good time HST
and welcomed
and Mrs. E. J. Hazen In Plant students were tapped
accompanied home Monday. and Miss Elma Thomas
ievuere Shipman Into the club: Seniors Ellen ) at the circus I Hire dhl 1

Davis who will spend a City. I S E. Sparks, who Is a member of Klngsley Lake; Mrs. Cleo Hickey !Searle.' Navena Martin and 'cause, I always did like to visit !

.ith,! them Flower plant* iwablona." a-Hters, I of the Welfare Board for district of Green Cove Sprlngx. ; and with (iur, cousins the feAture

JU9 to *UI! (utralghtcut) carnation.*, marigold*. Slxtriinkw.Everette S. was In charge of the meeting.He Mr*. George L. Spurlln of Penny Marcln Kelcher. Juniors Louise Betty attraction monkey, and ther 6* SIM
Jo Gwen MrRae
>'. DrenH !Shfin.i McKlnney of Daytona presented Miss Estelle Long, I Farms. Crosby Colsnn. RuthTooml'Y too I sort of like the popcorn,, 'SHIRLEY
Humphries. Kathryn BARRY
M I Brownlee and Mrs.ilson Beach spent last weekend here I d i strict director; Miss MarlamStubbs. Bnrbnra Bunch sugar candy peanut and whAt

spent Sunday evening visiting his father and mother, Mr unit supervisor: and Mrs.A Corinth Church WMU Caldwell., Mary Lou DiirthlmerLtira Peggy have you to eat Best of all

and Mrs. A. E. McKlnney. Fhepperd and Mrs. Jack Tra-
sonvllle. Refuse' Kasper' Duncan. Billy 1 like thn men entertainer rEM ME-F flTl6! ERAlDlON
Has Program Meeting
wick visitors In the Bradford I Booth Donald Richie. Billy who doesn't? Was thnt Ruth
County Area. Miss Stubbs discussed i M "-
The ,V. M. U. of the Corinth Dunnby. Edward Masney and BillyGreasier Searle having inch on Interesting

[try Branch 01INSURANCE the welfare work that Is I would like conversation with one of th McCAUISTfRoc.
Baptist Church met Thursday sure *
being done In this county and circus boyaT .. I II .... ___
evening. March 9, at 7:30: o'clockin to be a member Just to get one ?
pointed out some ways that various the church. of thoxe little pins they are Jiure Sure sounded. like Catherlm II I'liin, "Solur 1 Hecrrts" Short Latent

clubs and organizations can The topic for discussion was "AmI pretty. Oh well I'm proud to Galney had a time at the dnn II I N.-WPThurs. ..
help to make work with the children
-- -. My Brother's) Keeper?" The he the founder of the Flunk Club the other) night Those. boyi
more effective. She stated
devotional taken from Matthew Mr. Partln told all of the Just swung her around! Will
that one of the Important needs Is I
13, was led by Miss Wanda, Crosby freshmen to think about the Beta Jimmy Lee ever make up hla mini! & Fri., Alar. 23 & 24MOM't
guiding girls and boy returned to
1. C. WALL' AGENCY followed :wIth prayer. by Mrs. Club and make good grades so about which girl he like the best1 .
the county from the Industrial I
Lester Crosby that when they're juniors they Ha really doe* play the field I u" I citn
schools. The only work of this Mrs. Lester Crosby had charge ran join Seriously young Sure was surprtied to hem'" "11M' "CIo.." Unx-rrlen". C.n4Mm ftAgi'iil

PLEASE PHONE 146 kind being done at the present Is of the program In the absence of things It'. something to think about about Wanda C. and Kenneth N'I"Y cl"ral v.. I'mlrrworlil"

I through Jack Trawick Boy Scout Mrs. chairman . Why keep It such a secretkld .r
Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED- leader Floyd Crosby, program Serial 1 1r SPENCER JAMESTRACYSTEWART

presenting Mrs. E. t>. Tenly If I may ask Billy are you and ? I
P Reddish
D. and Jack Trawick
were elected delegate to a meeting who gave a very Interesting talk Mary Sue still! on good term,,'* Everyone better be getting :voui r Hun & Mon., Mar. 19 & 23 ,
on Alaska. OUier taking part on date lined up for the Gay Nine
Looked like and
of the Florida Children's Commission the program were Miss Wanda Myra you Payette home the tie.* Show, and buy your tlcketi: l PiG TiJ : YALENTJWCORTESA
to be held March : at maim
2/1/ Crosby Mrs. J. R. Kelly Mrs. Iris other night Goodness Myra now from members of the GletClub ;MALAYA]
the Industrial school for boys at Don't want to miss. If '
Marianna. Crosby Miss Mary Alyce Crosby what da you want two boys walkIng MONTGOMERY CUFT

and MillS Kathryn Kelly. home with you for? Oh myself sure wl h someone woulc

8in...r SewingMachines SALESMAN WANTEIC It.flabl.1 I Others present at the meeting Mrs. Lester Crosby president well they say there I* safety In ask me I. mu 1 RALPH BOSON SYDNRGREEMSTREEH
Mrs. W E. Torode of the
Terms are available In man to cuccved H. L.. .. were oreslded over a short business numbers But I'd have a much Well guess this just about. JOHN HODIAKUimBAMTMORf
nKtion only through 8ln I r.Marhlm. Hawltjgh pealer la llrudfardCounty. Business and Professional Woman's
f Co., :oj, N. Mar- Automobile n.*rpHMury.Trad meeting The meeting was cloned' winds up this little bit of nothing 'Z Heire88" Vi

>1 '.Uk* c"'r' r'Phone well *.tabliahed Mr. Ta rKart r- Club; T. K. McClane County Agent with prayer by Mrs. Tenly. for this week Here's that

rlt or vl.lt our hop. Our In nelectlnir another locality ; Dr. A. Y. Covlngton PublicHea'fh for today things i
Itorvlc* ran will vlalt nearer hln home In Clay County. McGriffs Are Hosts thought young / : 3J MIRI\MH0PKINS
I home upon rrqueit. tf Writ at onre rlvlnir as.. and experience. [ Officer. ; Mrs. R. A. Gre..nP..T. Audio-Visual Program and I quote: "Who lovrth Instruction nun "Yl'f'lidl.Iartln! A Oft'1w

W. T. Rawlelfch Company A.; Mrs. H. H. Adam*, Jr.. At Buffet Supper lovetn knowledge" Alw "Mann; fif Time" A LatNew. ....t

nl.iifd EST Clean(alio lenlrahl unfurnlfihdd. clon.-) ., Tenn.Dept. FAC-270-162 4tp, Memphla. 3-31- Jr, Woman's Club; L. M. Gaines Explained At PTA See you ..onn.I I .. lr." "Wh, In lit" Hhort

'm.nl. A 1'0 cottas-*. Colonial Lion's Club; Mrs. W. R. Morse Mr. and Mra. O. J. McCrlff were j -Carolyn Jr.1
!UI w MaJleon. tf REP"RF."t 'The Starke PTA met Wednesday I
RADI08 Chairman of Community Mission* honta at a buffet In their
All M..... All >! >. -
I.t. ...t ......... o .... .....11. R..n..I.. ......._ .it.r..
....pln.... d.h. ... .."1.... %''. .'. dllKIMIKHI) / Sheriff; Mrs. E. K. Perry- with 40 members present. evening on the occasion of the

.,' Sweet Shop, Coart HadlMm. Marke.. .Plt. XW: man. Woman's Club; Mrs. T. C. Highlight of the business session opening of their new General Electric SHOP AT DENMARK'S AND SAVE! ,

Klarka. tfp224LE | SELL YOUR TttlllEK: Chastaln County Commissioner: >vas the election of a nominating Appliance Store at 143 Call

. F.r R.nt: Mod. 8-rm. NOW I I Harmon P. Morgan Superintendent committee consisting of Mrs. T, H. Street. 3-Way Uronze or Ivory

rio., ""?*". food ap.c. heat- of Public Instruction; and Slade Mrs. Ewell Lawson and Mrs.
[" yard ,Adult or couple* Highest Cash Prices Paid The buffet table covered with FLOOR
nfant child 114 ml E ofI Jack Trawick Boy Scout Leader .. A. Canova-
,; an Imported linen rloth waa centered
Room Suits
I IT Vk left-hand rd: t After the business meeting the 2-pc Living
I '" trlclue with an exquisite arrangement
C. C. Wynn WILL BUY IN BULK group adjourned to the recentl)
I of awpclneart: rone.*, sweet LAMPS
I OU IN UNIT Miss Peggy Ann Wiggins of equipped audio-visual room where
AN I and blue baby breath In a
*-nlIn. Indian Formo''a latweekend. !Miss Audrey Newman school IIirarian peas SALE: PRICE
Jacksonville spent I
*' w..11 REGULAR
: hlj"1;; root d. blue and white epergne.Mra. .
, I-V 50 pop a*. to ball.d'i EDWIN W. PECK here visiting her parents :Mr. ant1Mrs. told how the $100 gift
MrGrlff waa assisted' byMr
?p" nundreil or from the PTA had been sp.T.t. J19M Value
-am.II. John W. Turner Orl"II1Rlnl'l.
Belvedere .
. AsalraN L. R. Dean. Mrs. Ft A, Green i50Hollywood ;
_" rs.ry. Mrs. Taullnt. P. O. Box 463Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis and In doing thlg, she explainer) various 'and Mrs.. L. A. 'j .
' "", ,. Shepherd.Out
E.HI", Pla.Dwn"r.; I P. o Po Fla. children Brenda and Jim spent iharea of the new program: and exhibited "'f" have a nice .seli'rtlon ofers. =
.hip plant. ,
of town sueat Included Mr
laat weekend In Apopka attending many klrU of audio-visual .'''' .
: and Mr. Chuck Hock. George
Lt *"' >la.-hln White card and I a family reunion honoring the qulpment. IfarilwiMMl Ir.........
; : ; I
Send ofGeneral.
: : me a post chairman Rrantiey and C A, Fritz all
t A.I < million.I $J 82nd birthdav annjversary of Mr Mrs. Canova program

','ninitri h I|> outboard 412 Center motor Ht.,, will come see you ; LewU'\, mother, Mrs. Llllle S showed a film "Play town. U.S..4." !! Klectrlc'a Jacksonville

U UpBlark" R'Rn'..... IK. l-HFU RUllO!!!.. I Lewis, held at the home of the : jyhlch depicted a town's stforts branch. .

"A I. ; ,, lt .l>IO-PIIO04.H tPllt. son-in-law and daughter 'or a good recreation program for
H ,,. ,. 11..v leI.on H PltH'rtlll.tC*. ..u.n.ate "ttCHAHLES latter'*
t!.r '.d mntor 8160. P.u. BHKPHKKn: :Mr. and Mrs. J. C Robinson. Her ill ages.yersVan. I Prescott Family 1

HP Court & Madlion St... tltark other two children.: G. Kirk Lewis Reunion
Vhi"h"J, B'rl and Mra. C. D \ Alstine
!" B Ath.nHlnr of Apopka
WANT A COW for $1 ? Add one to Beds
rllt Brand a- your herd by klllinn llvv on <-..w. Shank of Roanoak Va., were alsr The Frescott family enjoyed a
W"Tk. <1 t "( more milk Earl Van Alstine otampton I
you Mr. and Mrs
'I 'ah o "' "'uct mad In l r.:vH'e..a POWUBKKI* tMl'HK: present.Mlm I' reunion at the home of Mm. Fay
.,H \l I .'"w'V.L- "drlv.n"' nos.ha"Inr ALMU KII.LKTl. KlHtrunk Ke..d A Heed f 1.79 to $Z.9.raSlat..ut'/! ( { announra the engage- (Preacott) Gill on Ktngaley! Lake

,.:.".nrl IIn,,,.t,... 'hut 146.will 80lh..11 u.ho'h.<1 Store, ritarke. at l>lla'" Dreim Shop.Mrs. Donald RajTUley nent heir and daughter approaching Florence marriage to Karl ol I laat Sunday. Iluilt-in Leg -:- Regular $69 Value
:\' 'R'h. A I n hlllhtln. I..t. FOR SALE: ">r will rentli: I'lr.! 5- Ptggy TIKey. A bountiful lunch wan spread
.ide of I In \\ald'. la*' Jr., son of Mr. ano Mrs
new Blandlnll himl rooni..hBth hou* and Bill! :Miles spent \yers. the
tabled In the under
. :. c.f ('all St.. brld.. "Writ located clop* to m-hool Belle Glade visiting 5arl;: Ayers of Ludlngton, Mich. on yard
1 (foni see weekend In HUE l'lun:
"r Jteannnable. oak trm.
rhurclie huge 4950
-,,,r.,, h :' fnr \ ;';.'i.': It. U B. Alexander, Wmlll<> I Me. and Mrs. J B. Godwin am?' Fhe wedding will be an event of
'0'1 jlj.i7 7:30 There were 29 member of the
'd yard ..o..d la wn. 7riday evening. March 21, at : |

I ,.>)n Ir.W .It/. /(..'. 'Vynn.;....1' ilia I ndln.ml. "....1., C...... II.... r..t.!... 1 I their Guest little of son.Mrs.Jimmy.Jesse 'N w r.m' Vclock, In the> First Baptist Church | family Including the following:

", oil'k.'It ta k. left h.n,1 'luppllei, equipment. Uarge...rleetlon. were )Ir. and Mrs >f Hampton. No Invitations are member* from out of twon HAVE $201% ConHintH" of extra nirnng Imx Kprinjr and
., Sunday
.. last
brldl'" tt Low prlc. Q' ryle sent bat all friends of the and :Mrs. R. L. F'rencott of Mr'l
rrs-W, Phon TOIL "..l-H r Xnpwllet>.yr and family of Valdosta being I installed extra
mattre Factory
ASTEO: ('..mp.t.nt >na trach. 64 Hallourh' Rd t'' Joe ouple are invited to be present. home Tenn., Mr. and :Mr: *. C a famou-4! name

*"d r f.r.nrm. Ga. Prerott of Jacksonville. Mr and strenjrth leg-; Thin. in. a special for people who read
... Turn.r 2 room" n.DI! phon BHNT i'ahinii. '.79 to
as. yon : "MIM $
-. lip ba'ti.. furnlahed. hot water tabln ALf"urnlihed torent. 1..11..... Ur...... !< hop.Mrs. Tourist Club Meeting Mr.. and FV P.C.Prencott Prmcott of Balnbrldge, Jr our ads each ,,'eek See it! Pla.stlc" head Ixjards! in Regular 9.9:;
"V < unimproved Ca., Guy
h, "' a"tl'lJl. "I..an lal. ALJM> trailer fpace bir da r.w 1.1 J. W. White returned from various colors at small additional ('harg! (Jon t con-
r"Ti! *' *"*. K. *ll"nt ....k, or month. E.I.* of S. city last weekend where I Bridge Canasta and Chines. I 3alnevll1e. 0'1 fts \,
"lark., oonlItion. W tit. PO. limit, on Highway 1"0. Pln.-hur tTourl.t ''TallahaOlll'e and )ofraGeorll'e Checkers uere enjoyed at the tune this with any cheap outfit SALETRICE
or phon 44 l. rb. I-B-' tetn visiting Mr. 5.
Co| rt, ahe ha*
lip ; ,.31 White for a month. Mr weekly meeting of the Starke I Baptist WMS Notice .

'At.p' .. her Tourist Club Ui the American. -. -- -'
'nd ,, V..I 'U.htly u..d MALE HELP WANTED: Reliable and Mrs. WWU accompanied M.I
: I.trl(' rRIl rail on t..rm.r.tn Legion home Thursday night of The) circle of the Baptist W
!' nll at bl\rsrln nan with car to at the home
.Ad. '1.... Ct> Ine.. ta.k... Bradford County. WonderfullV"rle. home and wneilue.ts/ last week- last week. Refreshments were 3. will meet at the church Tuesday : Visit our store You are alicay ,welcome ..
11 115> to G W Alderman
of Mr*
I % or Pn2llw' dp..rman..nr served by the committee. iftcrnoon. March 21, at 3 clock
; : Hh".ltbl'. s.ntl. ho.... Writ tod.,. Mc'NB end. made for an outdoor business and program -
> ... and Plans are!! being for tlie regular
"a" Fr. H. K. Tyu
<, b.r. aln..d tt> rarm fOMPANY. Dopt. A. Mr and Mr*
""na W.V. III '.ITRefined at an early date. This session.. The Lorena Eppervm -
F 1.., Packham port. III. Kenneth and Harold, were supper Denmark Furniture Co.
'. fa "Iarke. .. ion*. .
".llIn& h. because will take place In the recreation Circle. Mr*. B. T Thoma
no 10D..er IIhv"-'callv with means will to ;Marianna: Monday
eoopl. called
farm. home of Mr. will have charge of the
raise their of Colonial Inn. leader
110 lake small child tn of the death of Mr. Tyu* yards

. ,):. , ) Ih.m Boahntll. riorlda- father
'''''" The club meets each Thursday
, I .' I b. In.. th.lr "" held on Tuewlay. afternoon. Hal.* $3.98 to U.95, Lrlla'n U reShop. >
0"rprl.. Unfurnished """ o'clock In the Legion
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Leila. Dre*"(evening
.f R..lt. 13.93.
.. ml to
located 13.98
, .... su.ra'n. with I acre of land Hat tract.. .
111 AirPort. honr* on "
d fI or.. B' at Mark* on rd. ZOO near 'I
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Owen McRae, who is teaching (OFFICIAL., SEAL,) -
can think of. And of cours" th lave some nice early potatoes In Gainesville Friday. A. C. in Jacksonville spent the weekend Haven A. Clerk 01 y:i, t rho."-' f
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. By CroMby, D. C 1'lJ'
FARMER'S proceeds from the show went tea I or next year's. .market.. STATE FARM Davis during the past weekendwere here with his family. John J. .Henilerion. E:.q ,
nlal Av
cause.Finally lAkciihur, I h.
good Mr and Mrs. Clifford Rhodenof Mr. and Mrs H. M. McRae were Fla. ''II.l :
Have yellow tomatoes plantedn By Mm. BI''an'bltfl..ld'
Waldo Mrs Lawton Young- visiting In Gainesville Sunday. Atty, for PR?. .
DIARY met "Pop" Moore of a need flat,well.and they We are rememberlast coming blood and her young son, Larry, of Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake GenevaIs 1 ill

Lawtey. We meant to look him along pretty showed Bridge. Club Meeting Columbus Georgia Mr. and Mrs. visiting her son and daughter- :. ..." _;
when someof -
By Sam McGarvey up, a.tl he la known ai one of the year tomatoes we to folks, Mrs. C. M. Turney was hostessat Lyle A. Noland and their little in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert My-

best farmers around this section the yellow last week's meeting of the Meredith Ann of Orlando rick. PHONE 218COLONIAl
J Tile author will be glad to receive and they didn't know what they daughter
but never could find the time. State Farm Bridge Club entertaining and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
Item of Interest concerning Yellow tomatoes are more
Anyhow we met Pop along with .were. with a dessert-bridge at her Reddish and their sons Roger and HONEYBEE NOT A NATIVE
the activities of farmer. In wanted' than a novelty, as they containfar
Bradford County. Suggestion may George Roberts, and Pop less acid than the red varietiesand home Tuesday afternoon. The Dennis, of Hellbronn Springs.Mr. The honeybee Is not an American
a to know how we did all the things party rooms were attractively native, It followed colonial mIgra-
he left at the Telegraph' office or can be eaten by folks .who and Mrs. J. E. Chamberswere FLORIST
we write about and still find timeto decorated with bowls of mixed .
tion to of the United
mailed to Sam McGarvey Lawtey can't stand the acid. Then too, Sunday visitors of Mr. and every part
do the writing. We told him blossoms Mrs. L. F. Chapman
spring States and Canada. Indians calledIt
Florida. lots of women like the yellow Mr,. Earl Chambers in Live Oak.
---------- we write In the evening tomatoes for salads won the prize for high score Mr. and Mra. A. C Libhart entertained the "white man's fly." Coloniesare

e and her award was a double deck their at dinner now so thoroughly spread
Had this week from grazing land left, we had to move
an Inquiry of cards. The second high prize,
The crop that we're countingon Did something different last Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. throughout the world that honey
of asking that black rascal Pride to
9. Tampa
Surrency over as much as you can count on week by way of taking holiday.A an address book was received by Charles Baker and their daughter and beeswax have a wider geographical ALL OCCASIONS
dvlce on what kind of grass to the house aIde. We were nervous In
J. Kucera, and "bingo"Mrs.
Mrs. H.
at anything In farming, It our sweet friend from up north visitedus Linda of Jacksonville and Mr. and range than any other
lent on a 30-acre place over about it because the steer now lifters
Tom Corners won pot
raham. We were flattered to weigh. about 600 lb. and I. worth corn. It Is not up yet and we'llbe for a few days ao, as we all Mrs T. W. Attawsy and their farm crop.

ave received such a reguest over a hundred dollars and we worried about It until we seea I I used to do a lot of canoeing we Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Dur- daughter Cindy, of Starke.

ut of course we're turning It didn't want hIm. to get killed bya good stand of It up. But then decided to go down to Juniper I den during the past week were Mr. l\ f'inn'IT {e'at'nT 'PFOHn (j)

bver to T. K. McClane, Jr., Bradford 'car on the "hard" road. But we'll be trying to keep the larks Springs for a canoe trip. Had and Mrs. David Dresden, Mrs. .OINTV. Ft.ORIUtl IX IIIWKHV. -

County Agent, for an authoritative he didn't make any fuss and the and other blrdc from pulling It an exciting time what with the George Lewis and little Joy Lewis, PINE LEVEL bRR" I, Hyatt, Plaintiff V*. Ruby.

answer. We've learned only car ..iat came near him up, and then we'll be wondering canoe leaking, wild animals, and of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. A. 7793.Retell Hyatt, Defendant Cam No. DISH GARDENS

raw to do a few things, such allow slowed down-a considerate act whether to aide dreaa It wltn thinking we were lost several C. Carlton of Gainesville, and Mr. sly Mrs. II. M. McRaeA ORDKR,; OF PtinWCATlON POTTERY

to cure a hog from breakingut for which we :were thankful. "soda". And then the worms- times Juniper Springs Is a delightful and Mrs. M. E. Roberts of Mar AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

> (take her to market), butAfcfre and then biggest headache of all: place and we want to lanna. Estelle.STATE' Hyatt OP, FLORIDA whnne residence to: 1-1 br.Le"ln..toll .: POTTED PLANTS
where to sell it for how much. crowd of 330 attended Sunday
back there again and have Mouth Carolina.You .
go a
to give
hardly qualified Chickens well and Mrs. Manas and children -
laying egg But one thing at a time. Wecouldn't swim. George school services at Pine Level Baptist are required to appear on FLOWERS
idvlce. It and when we ever prices are starting to go up again. wait for It to come up of Green Cove Springs were Church Sunday morning. The April lOt 1\, 1950. In the above named WIREDANYWHERE
!10 anything that turns out well, They should for with the high Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. and raw, wherein plaintiff
so we dug In various beds and did Heard through a neighbor of Rev. W. E. Hall delivered the regular neeka dlvorco. hradford County
ve'H publicize the complete de- price of feed, especially egg mash, W. G. Strlngfellow. Miss Melba and evening services ;Telegraph !) thla Order Nona
ails. Anyhow thanks Mr. Sur. locate seed that .was sprouting, a farmer around here who decided morning In next four weedy\ :lHnuenWltneNH St Stark
it in our opinion Is next to Impossible StrIngfellow returned to Green
so we're hoping for the best. to save his Mr. and Mrs. John Edwin McRae my hand and official I seal
ency for writing us, and we'reure to make any money on eggs pepper plants Cove Springs with their guests arrived home here Monday night atClark.: .., Florida, this 8th of -
from the latest frost. He
that Mr. McClane will giveou when they are selling retail for pulledup for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ma. from San Calif., where Mr. .March, I960. -
But speaking of sweet corn 9.0OO plants kept them In the Diego
advice. 39c dozen. But always naa
good a you a.
theNavy's .
and selling it, we had a talk with barn overnight then McRae was a crewman aboard
get what you pay for and if replanted) Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews of +
Ralph Alvares which he told us them the next day. That sounds"), "Valley Forge" for more

Double cut right field, where you want cheap egg., you can that full plans are being made to to us like an awful lot of work. :Starke and their visitor Mrs. Felix than two years. CONSTRUCTION OF ALL KINDS
get them. But If want fresh Wltkovlskl of Chatham, Ontario
re're going to plant field corn.aven't handle the corn crop. Seems that .Heard too, that quite a few folks Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown of
egg you have to pay more because Canada were dinner guests of Mr.and .
measured it yet but think the aame buyer that was at the I bought old newspapers and cover- Rising and H. M. McRae were dinner
feed prices are higher here Mrs H. M. Rlcharde and Mrs
t I.l about eight or nine acre. market last year will be back'ed plants with them. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
n size. It took about 14 hours than In places which supply again with adequate equipment Rlcharde at noon Wednesday Goodman In Starke Monday.
"shipped" egga. Mrs. M. F. Coker, Sr., Blllle and ) f7M
a do the Job and an we burn to speed up the unloading and Little Wlggely our erstwhile Mrs. J. E. Starling, who had an
Mrs R. Verner and
S Jerry Coker
bout a gallon of gas In the tractorn crating. And Ralph says there 1 wild but now tame rabbit has a attack of flu, l Is much Improved at
Miss Verner all of JackaovUle
hour that means that we'll Our little berry patch Is In a .will be others there too, so it I]perverted appetite. Caught him Sue this writing.Mr. .
visitors Mr.
harge against the corn crop sorry state. Oh, the plants are looks as though there'll be another -[I Industriously I chewing on an old were Sunday of and Mrs.! Robert Myrick and

.3.75. Did a much better job all right, but no berries (one day bumper corn crop handled cigarette butt which he seemedto and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. daughter, Kathy and his mother, ) 11'1 4
Mrs. DeWItt Sinclair returned
f It this time than when we cut we picked one pint of saleable i,at the market this year. Hope enjoy and he then had a nIbble Mr. Sue Myrick were visiting In

: last August, before the hurrlu berries from 0,000 plants) and |,10, for as we've mentioned before, at some of Alice's cherry pie. Saturday from Winter Haven Gainesville Sunday.

>e. Will let it stand for a It looks as It It will be weeks we're. pretty darned busy tryingto He must have an old blllygoat where, together with her visitor Mr and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and'

ort time and then bed it up. before they get any better. In grow a crop without going way back sonewhere in his family Mr. C. C. Brannen of Moultrie, children of Brooker were visiting

fact it Is so bad In our patch razy trying to figure where to tree. Ga., she had visited Mr. and Mrs.Harold her parent Mr. and Mrs. H. H.Lewis .

Because practically all of our that the birds are down to eating lell It.What. George for a week Mr. here Sunday.Mr. Contracting --- Building

arm on the east aide of the hIgh. green fruit. Hope that the berries Alice planted white bush squash and Mrs. George accompanied Mrs. and Mr. Loran Conner of
Sinclair to the Farm
(ay Is under cultivation and no get better not so much for ourselves with dry weather a couple Yellow crookneck squash, spinach, the weekend with Mr. and spent Mrs. Klngsland, Ga., were recent visitors Homes, Tourist Court, Commercial Buildings, Sidewalks. Foundation .
aa for those folks who c>.t frost and some windy, cool days, carrots beets, etc. She also here.

depend a great deal on them. ,we have a very poor stand of planted flowers, which if successful Sinclair.' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and *. Driveway, and all general construction no job too
Mr and Mrs. J. R. Parker and
I>otatoei. Some of them are ten will be entered in the second children, Charlene and Robert of mall or too large for till to perform.
their daughters. Clarissa and Andrea
3OLL1 ) Had a very enjoyable evening I riches or so high, some are just annual zinnia show at Starke In Olustee, were visiting relatives and -
of Tampa were guests of \Ve' use. the best masons, dterlwforkrrs. rlectrlrlani' ,
411E at the Rotary Minstrel Show seeping through the ground, and June. ph, yes, we can reportnow Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fancher last friends here Sunday afternoon

(beat 75c worth in a long time lome aren't even up yet. And that we have a stand of beets. weekend. Mr. A. F. Hall and children of and plumber

r according to Pop). Got a big ,we planted the doggone things"ay Treated the seeds with Arasan Jacksonville were visiting relatives
Mrs. H. M. Richard and her
kick out of the "sow" song, Ken- back In'January) Just goes and soaked them, and they are 1 here Saturday. See us before letting your contract whether It Is a large job or
ITS mother, Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Kings-
SURE-TQ-POP/ tucky Babe, the St. Louis Blues, t::o show that you simply can't coming up fine Lake luncheon of a small! one. We're prepared to meet and beat prices of any and
ley were guests
the jokes In fact the whole show. >Ian that will plant potatoes .
IThere' you Mrs Carrie Suddath in Jacksonville all bl er'{ .e kay'! .; a lot more fun In our which mature In 85 days and ex- Our first crop planted with RUPTURE
heal a..ps.el Tuesday.
e / opinion in a good minstrel show pact to dig them at that time the tractor ((70 lb. of tendergreenbeans Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C D. "'e will give you the benefit of reduction! on,volume material'

I than In most anything else you II light now it looks as If we'll ) Is coming; up In good style SHIELD EXPERT HERE
I Sellers during the past week were teats and on our manufacturing plant and machinery output. LrtIIH
and we are
,Next step will naturally be cultivation pleased and Mrs. D. L. Shaw and Joe Shaw of II. :M. IIK\V 'M. widely" kn..vexpert .. quote, Jon price on such Item a* steel frame window4.
4if bleairn.. will perMonnllybe
La Crosse, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie ....... ............
If we can handle that all right, lit the R Mme'elt -1? inent rock mud. and concrete,
Outlaw and their daughters Gwen- till., MO..|.T ..d 'ra..da7 amlr.Vnr.h .\

HOME TAR L I N G STARKE then from we beginning will have to handled end with a crop the dolyn Jo and Pamela, of Hague 4" P.M.Mr. :XII and 21.rum a A.M. t"l' We will sell yon ready-mi\1 concrete at less than local cost of
and Mrs. Heater Thomas and Mrs \
tractor. 8hevnan pays: The Zoet'lePhlrlil the material f.o.b. your Job.We'll .
S S Fronle demons of Starke Mrs
a trvmemluuM Improvement !
N' : I
OWNED FLORIDA former method, effecting*
Emma who
Rivers of Auburndale over
Got some slabs from a nearby Immediate' remilt It will not only' finish your,Job without delay and In k-''" time than othercontractors.
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sel-
Grocery&Market sawmill and started to build a hold ll.. rupture perfectly no mat- .. Material and Contract"and
workmannhlp guaranteed.;
ers and Mr. and Mra P. S. Crews ler the .Ise! or location but it willIncreaH

we've pig pen.had ao With far with the experience hogs for several weeks went home with weakened* the..circulation part. and strengthensthe thereby l blueprint are carefully followed by us In earn Instance. Wegive

you Mra. Shaw for a week's stay. clone the opening1 In ten days on thnverflg .> bent. bondsmen who guarantee our performance' ulll do
SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, MARCH, 1950 can bet that we're building It Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Morgan had case reirardleiui of. heavy
strong enough. Iron bars do nota lifting straining. or any pnsltlnn. the I your building for lex*mon y. TRY US; !
a. their dinner guests at noon body may annum No under utrapH

WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets prison, but make we're, said sure Mr.that Shakespeare he- Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loper or ftbdolutelv cumbersome, no medicines arrangement or medical and

and their little son, David of treatments.

didn't raise bogs. We will use It Starke and the Rev John L. Brayof "... "....... Mill. be Kind to de_. BRADFORD ENGINEERING CO.
as a pen to keep new hogs In Ralford. .....t..t. without" ..".......

until they settle down on our H.-HMI M. ...t..... Ave.. (........ 4S
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and
place and also as a farrowing Ph. 94 J. Maurice Edwards Starke Fla.
... ,
II their son. Billy .were guestsof l..r.enelalonst .1. or .1I ...
house _P tulluwliiK .vrarleal .......
KINGAN OR BATH 15cI S a II ? '- Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr..J vnpevlallr _II........ t.1

LARD I Going to plant about 8 1-2 acres:

PURE POUND of field corn <(
this week. Plan to use about 300 L

to 400 Ib of fertilizer per acre i#

and aid drets it If necessary.

Hope to make a good enough $

showing so that we can go Into

the Farm Bureau Contest We

OSCEOLA MORTON'SCORN wouldn't want to win the first :

prize because If we did there'dbe

2 f for '. 31c SALT, pkg. - 8%c ,doggone an In awful the Yankee creek.lot of can farmers"Any be.t'me time JumpIng at a- 'i'i'1 '

I making corn I'd better quit",

they would say.Louis .



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nessage by the pastor will be Methodist Church I II At The TabernacleThe COSGR"G.\TION.\L istered to candidates EveryoneIs days later, but doctor told him ,
'Lord, Send a Revival." The I METHODIST CHURCH I welcomed to all services. to be very quiet and not exer]

\youth chorus will lead the singing, "If the church Is to take Its ladies prayer meeting on Serv.ces every drat and third PARTY himself or he would bring the]

Requested hymns and day, there are certain prerequisiteslaid interest and attendance. This Is end Sunday night, 11 a.m. and Miss Lorene Fields has been on
gospel choruses familiar to all\ ages down for Its members-they I one of the most Important meetings 3 p.m. at Congregational Metho- an unexpected birthday dinner on. the sick list for a few days. It I
I will be sung by the congregation I; are the same as 1'1) the beginningof of the Tabernacle work, for die Church on Brownlee Road.- his :54th anniversary Sunday pre.pare.t seems that hoarseness and cold,
by Mrs. Jones at their home
(J'Suniwfkt Sunday school gathers at 9.:$IS: i the Christian church" stated i "more things art .wrought by Rev. Ernest Grtffla pastor. are prevalent In this section at
l i.m for Bible study led by a staffof the Rev. J. R. Hill pastor of the I prayer than this world dreamsof. here.The dining table was covered this time.
more than 80 officers and teach. Methodist Church of Starke. These ." AIKI'AKK MISSIONARY Mr. and Mrs. Horace Whitehead

Mark's Episcopal I Baptist Church ers under the super-Union' of E. C. "prerequisites" will be the subject' The business meeting of the BAPTIST CHURCH with,loth a and beautiful< centered Imported with a lovelybirthday linen announce the birth of 'a daughter

i Mann Jr.. genera! superintendent. of the pastor's message Sunda ladles auxiliary Is held just previous Sunday School 10:00 a.m. cake. Enjoying this happy, born March 8.
Simmons. B.; D., Vlrar With the revival at the First Training unions meet al 6.15 the 11 o'clock hourA 11:15: /
rs. B E p.m. morning at to the prayer meeting and Morning Worship a.m. occasion with Mr. and Mrs. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin called i ion I
Sunday, March 19 atMarV Baptist Church of Starke only one I for "training" In church membership nursery Is open for babies and the needs of the church and one Prayer Meeting each Thursday were Mr. and Mrs Horace Cain the Strickland and Belts last
s "- Episcopal Church are week away the balcony will be I directed by Mrs. C G Priest small children during the hour of gregatlon are discussed and 7:30 pm. and family. Mr. and Mrs Leslie 1 week and spent a few hours withus.
t ,- Holy Communion at opened this Sunday morning Midweek service will be held as worship. committees are appointed to look Evvning Service 7:30 p.m. Jones and son Mr. and Mrs. Russell We enjoyed their little call
rode irn.. church school withasse should the need demand It, to ac- usual Wednesday 7'30: p m. with Sunday evening tt 7:30: the Rev after same. The sick are remembered Rev. L. Q. Hemingway I ('utor'l Starling and children Mr. and : very much. This la the first time

,?clock. '<,11f all ages at 9:45: : o'clockM regular comodate lervlces.the crowds attending the out special the seasons week and of prayer through. A. A. Koestllne pastor of First especially. NEW TOCKLST"iifnArgentina Mrs. Ed Parrish. Betty Jean Jones, i they have seen our parents, tile
and sermon cottage prayer The Sunday. morning hour was and Horace McKInney. Belts. All had a very pleasent
,M. ming prayer The message by the Rev. L. D. meetings Methodist Church at Lake City has made a bid for needed
I Mr. Godwin
11 o'clock a.m. conducted the and a I visit. It seems
v the v ar at will I Haines pastor Sunday morning at A cordial Invitation Is extendedthe will begin a revival In the local l beautiful by sponsor In world tourist trade by granting Mrs. Louie Dempsey and little some seed corn and peas so we
Evening Prayer March and Litany 21. at 8 eleven o'clock will be "Fishermen public to worship at all\ services Methodist Church which follows a \brought by message Mrs. J. T.song Quigley was preferential custom. treatment to I Sharon Cain were visiting relativesIn I combined business and pleasure. ,
Tuesday. Become Fishers of Men and to week of visitation evangelitim visitors. I
held an eventIn attend the revival High Springs Sunday. i Bryan Carter called on the Strlck-
clock p.m the Life of Christ. The com beginning Sunday March 26, and Brother Koestllne will speak I Bill Stahl valued member of Mrs. Leo Dyal of Brooker waa I lands also looking for seed peas. ,
Holy Communion Is acheduled bined choirs under the direction of continuing until Easter. through Friday night-Just six I Gospel! Volunteers of the World visiting her sister, Mrs. L* E.Ratllff This la the first time Mr. Carter 0
,r 7'30 clock Wednesday night Lucile Green will bring the nights. The public t la Invited to was In charge of the Sunday evening NEW\ RIVERBy Sunday.Mr. has been to sea us for years.
arch 22 I music of the hour with Mrs Mona CHI'Ft<'H OF GOD come and hear him. : service: and was assisted by and Mrs. Jewett Fog of, Charles and Eugene Field and
dally for (Canova at the Hammond Rev. L. S. Williams. There Is class for Mr E. A. Sapp! dinner of Mr.!
The church Is open pray. organ. Pastor a everyoneIn Gordon L. Purdy of Park-of-the- Starke were guests wives, Bettl' and Annie, and
r and meditation. 111 Sunday evening: the evangelistic \ 8th &: St. Clair St... the Methodist Sunday school and three ladles and Mrs. Louie Dempsey Sunday Gene's children Qlenda and Eugene
Sunday School 10 a.m. which begins at 9:45: : a.m. who young musical A good many New River folks evening I called on the Strickland
brought special
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Everyone Is Invited to worship at attended services at Long Bridge The entire Graham community Sunday. It seems their short
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor. Sunday Evening Service 7:30: ( p.mY. the Methodist Church numbers.The church Sunday morning and Mon. extends Its sympathy to Mrs. Grif visits help their grandmothermore
P. E. Service Tuesday! 7:30: p.m 17th anniversary of the day evening. Miss Gladys Beckett, fin than we can do
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke# Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m CATHOLIC CHURCH Mission Hall and Tabernacle work. ,of Canada who recently entered the Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Moody and for her. anything
will be observed soon and a special ; of
Sunday Mass 9:13: : a.m. missionary field was the special children were weekend guests Our little Sunday school and
Sunday School 11 a.m. program Is being prepared. speaker. A cordial Invitation Is his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. service are slowly In*
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Beware Coughsfrom Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. extended to all to attend the ser Moody. creasing In number. We are so
PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS vices. Mrs. Uizle Mines of High Springs have this little mlasion -
glad we can
v Common Colds dayBible Study Is every Wednesday Hth St. and Temple AT*. Mrs. Minnie Oranger Is just back la visiting relatives here this week. station here for the ones who

SUNDAY SERMONS :-- nVoo: A. M., 7:30 p. M. at 7:43Kingsley: : Sunday School 0:49: : a. m.: MornIng from a two week's visit with her Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton cannot attend church anywhere

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15: P.M. That HANG ON I Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic sister, Mrs. .Mannie Raulerson In were visitors to Gainesville Mon. else or some would never get to

111D-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY,' 7:30 P.M. CnomuUion relieves promptly because Lake Baptist Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Jacksonville.Miss "rows day attend. We are so glad we can
ll goo right to the scat of the trouble welcome.CIIURCIi. Johnnie Frances do this little bit In the service of
v to help loosen and expel germ laden Services are held each Sunday visited Miss Betty McClelland of our Master.
SUNDAY SERMON TOPICS phlegm sad aid nature 10 soothe and I morning at the Kingsley Lake OF JESUS CHRISTOF Lake Butler over the weekend. LONG BRANCH We recleved word Friday of
11 A.M.: "Fishermen Become Fishers of Men" heal raw, tender inflamed bronchial Baptist Church as follows: Sun- TICK LATTERDAY SAINTS Visiting Mr and Mrs. Soeber the death of my father's brotherIn
7:30 P.M. "Lord Send Revival"A mucous membranes.)'ourdNflllil' School 10 a.m. Preaching Ser The Church of Jesus Christ .o Moody Monday afternoon were By Mrs. 1. L. Strickland West Cheater, Pa. He had been
; a to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion vices 11 a m. and 7:00: p.m. Prayer Latterday I Saints will hold Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth and Mrs. 111 for some time so we were
like very
-- with the understanding you must Meeting each Wednesday night School Sunday at 10 a.m. Wester, all of Lake Butler and
i every much ;when we received -
Friendly Invitation From A he way ic quickly allnyt) the cough: Mm T. M. Knight has been not surprised
Pastor Service 8:30: ( Mrs. Green of Lake
7:3,0: p.m. D. C. Willis and Communion at George City. but sorrywe
have back.CREOMULSION the telegram
or you are to your money ill\ suffering with asthma
Friendly Church Is Extended To All E. Neurenberger, Sunday School p.m. Sunday. Everybody Is welcome Little Richard and BIllie Shiver and very bad coM. Doss Hick en- could not attend the funeral
Superintendent Come worship to the services In the Mason. of Gainesville were visiting their a very
ruahnd to the hospital Sunday.
for! Csuzns.Chest Colds Jronchiri;* with us. Ic Hall on Call St. grandmother Mrs. Bud Moody a bottom few was days ago with a severe Miss Wood wa able to returnto
last week. her teaching last week.
'nose bleed was discharged
I Miss Cassette Snpp of Jacksonville
was visiting her parents, Mr. I -
and Mrs. E. A, Sapp last Tuesdayand FOR ALL TYPES OF

WHISPERS Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews and
family attended the Methodist
church In Lake Butler Sunday FLORIDA PEST

Mrs. Hubert Rouse was In Jacksonville
alnesvllle: l Ph. 6035
Naval Hospital a few 2150 N. Ala. St. -
days last week but Is now at Termites Rodents All Household Pests
home. Her many friends will be Moth Proofing Flame ProofingFree

pleased to learn that her health Is Inspection and Kstlmatn:. Given by ra.lu teKntomologlKkit

/ much Improved. (University Mrs. Agnes Sapp and daughters, '
E WORKS Roy". Rolg"CAN
IT Sylvia and Rhoda Ann and Mrs. Dempsey It. Happ ,

IR. MacDonald services, all of at Lake Long Butler Bridge, attended

church Monday night.
Miss Ida Mnrrltt who Is a nurse "
In Gainesville Is spending a few A LOST SINNER PRAY?

days at her home here.GRAHAM.

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Funeral Services !'Metzger Announces I First Grade Pupils College Glee-

I Camera Records Rotary Minstrel AnticsCast Held MondayFor New SupervisorOf Will Give Operetta To, Give Concert??

Mrs. HathcockMrs. I' Court Restaurant { In USO TuesdayA At Baptist Churt

Hattie Gay Hathcock, 82,,, I Robert W. Metzger, proprietor colorful operetta, "Mother A select chqru- .,, ,
And Audience died Sunday morning at the home, of the Dixie Motor Court & Restaurant Goose Island," will be presented in from, the Mara Hii!. 7

Have Loads Of Fun of her daughter, Mrs Janle Avery.,''I announces that William the USO auditorium at 9 a.m and glee club will pr" nt:N/, *
on North Walnut Street. (Bill)) Van Dlest formerly of'I 8 p.m on Tuesday, March 21. of sacred musIC t '
At Black Face Show She was born In Georgia on Au. Berney'a Jacksonville, now has Taking part will be children from Baptist Church ," ?I *

gust 10. 1867. the daughter of the,'I complete supervision of the kitchen the first grades of the Starke elementary urday S1 '
has a good time (especially ::11",,, ,
Everybody (late Wm. J. and Georgia Jones' : and dining room of this establishment. school, under the direc- o'clock II
cast when a bunch of"hardbltten" ,
the businessmen! go on Gay. She moved to Starke five, I tion of their teachers and Mrs. The program ,, .
years ago from Atlanta and wan, I Mr. Van Dlest comes to Starke Sarah Giddings, music Instructor. tional classical, "
the looe.i nd Inflict a on home-talent the community !a faithful member of the MethodistChurch. ; with a background of many years (I Story of the operetta centers religious; mush i i 'l a*

theatrical at production large. .. sBesides of experience In the preparation around the adventures of "the old The chorus \. > i h.,.

occasion was the memorable her daughter Mrs. A I and supervision of cuisine In soire woman who lived In a shoe" and direction of Mr- !F .
Such an I i very.. she la survived by anotherdaughter of the country's leading hotels who take to Sohlnhan of ,. rays>
Club Minstrel prevented 1 her a trip t' ,.
Rotary II ; Mrs, Erline H.: Bussy of and rentauranta. H! was with Island All the well- department P,
here last week to appreciative Mother Goose with B. "11 J.I i
Starke and Atlanta; two sons. WJ I the Dempsey Hotel in Macon, Ga. r
of pianist and
the known characters nursery-book Di
.. audiences that packed i I., ,
Hathcock, Jacksonville, and for four years, and was also formerly I 10rltBnlst 1
USO auditorium two evenings; '. land will be seen In colorful cos- accomp\ ,.. ,
i H L. Hathcock Blacltwell Okla.: with the Hotel In
Bill tumes that will bring back fond The
These action shots taken by : '" program I'' Stark,
.\ one brother, O. W. Gay of Atlanta:
Cresaler and Kaspar Duncan during .. memories to young and old alike. one of the appe,1Hrfl
and a sister, Mrs. A. S. Bowden, Under Mr. Van Dlest's supervision its
the Tuesday night performance, The public In cordially invitedto group on spring tow
give some Idea of the fun and Georgia. the Dixie Motor Court & attend the operetta Admission ; Carolina, Georgia ff!<
frolic that pervaded the USC I Funeral service were held In Restaurant will offer a complete Is 35c for those over the age of 12, Virginia, March IT ae
the First Methodist Church of new menu every day, and will also I
stage Starke Monday afternoon at 4 o'- make a special feature of Sun- and'lOc for children under 12. .

At top,the the show Rotary with Dancers their, whotopped precision I clock with the pastor Rev. J. R. day dinners. Mr. Van Dlest pre The operetta will ,be presented I, Harley Strong p],

routine, are seen at the highpoint I Hill, officiating:, assisted by Rev. pares all sauces and dressings used for the high school at a special To Continue Ston

of one of their many kicks. i W J. Churchwell of Jacksonville In the restaurant by his own recIpes performance on Wednesday..

Left to right: Edward Massey, Interment was in Crosby Lake and also makes all pies, Harley F. Strong. jeH
Cemetery with arrangements in rolls and muffins served was almost burned
Herb Nollman, A. Y. Covlngton, puddings Claude Johns Jr. out'
{charge of DeWitt C. Jones night of last
with meals. I week. ,
Sunnle Richards, BID Scruggs, m
Tom Slade, Red Griffin and Duke i Active pall bearers were W H. He Is assisted by Mrs Van Dlest, Tours With ChorusClaude he will continue I m hi,
Nollman E. L. Matthews, C H. who' prepares salads. Starke after complete ti
DuPre. Nasworthy, Lex Green, Carl Johns, J. Johns, Jr., Florida to the
Second row of pictures (left) : 11rll e era Mr,. and Mrs. Van Dlest are I building are comp
The New River Foursome obviously and E. J. Dahmer.Candidates making: their home In Starke and' State University sophomore, was the store Is'restored ton
visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. dltlon.
their renditionof are located in the Hartmann Apart
enjoying own Have ments. Claude J. Johns In Starke this' Mr. Strong
"Down Where The WatermelonGrows" estimated <,
week prior to leaving on a tour work will be
Cleft to right) T. K. Mc- complex
( Until Saturday Noon of the East Coast with the FSU : April 1 and
Clane Jr., Homer Swlndall, Inter- Funeral MondayFor says w, h
Chorus and Symphony Orchestra
To QualifyAnybody serve the '
locutor Lea Shepherd, and Gil god
Newcomb. At right is Betty Swln C. F. ForsytheAt This Is Mr. Johns' second year of Starke and Bradford

dall In the midst of her famous with a yen to run for Keystone HeightsFuneral with the tenor section of the the past and Intend to d

boogie-vocal version of "St. LoulaBlue. public office In Bradford Countyhas Chorus, and he was selected as the future. Starke li iIII!

.." from now until noon Saturday. services for Charles 9'. one of the sixty out of 150 mem- "Watch for the nns%:

Third row of pictures (left) : A. March 18, to qualify as a candi- Forsythe, 58, who died on March bers of the full Chorus to go on of a big fire sale upcvpenlng

Y. Covington and Jim Cooper pir 'r date at the office of Clerk of the 10 as the result of a heart attackat tour.: ," Mr. Strong sat,

ouette gracefully In their inimitable Circuit Court. his home In Marathon, wereheld The Chorus and Symphony will vou will be able to buy p

version of the fan dance. Cen- I With the deadline near at hand, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clockat make its first appearance In Peabody uatlon and other Jeuti

ter: Gene Matthews gives out with two candidates for the Schoo' the graveside In Keystone Auditorium, Daytona Beach below cost. We win p

The Old Sow Song". At right: Board remained unopposed through eights[ Cemetery. Rev. Drlscoll, Monday night at 8 o'clock. Tues with a friendly attitude
Mills Brothers Imitation by Scruggs yesterday. They were:; Incumbent Methodist minister of Marathon, day's concert will be In Cathedral been our policy In the pi

Slade,. Richards, and DuPre. member J. S. Norman from residence conducted the services. Lyceum, St. Augustine, and Wednesday are very thankful for its

Bottom scene show. Gil New- District One (Lawtey) : and A service was also held In the 1 evening the group will -be ful cooperation of our I

comb singing "Kentucky Babe", ik H. A. Lawson, residence District Community Church at Marathon heard at the Friday Musicals in oartment as this along.i

backed up by the Rotary Songsters Five (North Starke) who Is offering Sunday afternoon by the American Jacksonville. saved what could han

cuddling papier mache pick ll for the place on the Board be Legion' Post, of which Mr. Forsythe Starke's worst tragedy'

aninnies that were made a* a ing vacated by L. A. Canova. Opposition was Commander. Marine Recruiter

classroom project by Mrs. Pellum's has developed In District Mr. Forsythe was born In South
3rd Grade section. \ Three (Brooker, New River) wherethe Bend Ind. In 1894 and hud: been I Here Each MondayCapt. W.C.T.LIQUOR
Altogether, It was quite a show, A AA incumbent H. B. Crosby, 1 is a resident of Marathon for 11 years, .
but the $84 question still remains: opposed by Hewlett S. Anderson. going there from Lake Geneva, J. J. Reardon State Marine "
who had the Candidates for the School Board : recruiting officer, Jacksonville SELLERS'! ;
most fun-the audi where he was In the garage business GO
ence or the cast 1 iyai are now voted on county-at-large. for 23: years. He was formerly has announced that duels LEGK BANKRUI"I'-TlHt!] BELONGS
Cl a Spirited contests are In prospect maintenance foreman rn the March a Marine Corps recruiter TONERS" THL
for both places on the Board of will visit the Starke Post Office
Plant Zinnias Now Overseas Highway, and had many (FLORIDA GOOD
County Commissioners that are up friends, both In this section andIn every Monday from 10 a.m. until .

For June Show for election this time. In District the Key West area. ::5 p.m. ,...... -
Two (North Starke) Incumbent E. "Men between 17 and 29 and
His wife the former Julia
Flower gardeners are advised L. Crawford;will be opposed by L. L. women from 20 to 31 are eligible IT'S SMARTPLANNING.
by Miss Dorthy Ross, Home Domon- Renfroe. In District Four (Hampton Helberner and they celebrated for enlistment In the regular Marines
etratlon Agent, to their twenty-eighth wedding anniversary ...
plant zinnias Theressa Graham) Incum he said "provided they can
row for entry In fie Second Vnnual bent Mrs. Jessie Chastain Is two weeks egos' Des Ide" meet our mental
opposed moral
Zinnia Show to be his wife he Is survived by his aged; and physical To Call Tony Stereo!'
held i in by J. G. Adklna.I standards."
Where Are The 1 700 Potential Voters
Starke In June. The ahow will father, Chas J. Korsythe; two Your
be sponsored by various Home I CARD OF T11.t I4: brothers, Ray Forsythe of I..ake Reardon said that applicantswho Commercial

Demonstration Clubs throughout I I I't'e wish to express our many Geneva, and Eldon Forsythe of meet the requirements may Wedding
the county, and ribbons and prizes Who Should Be Registered But Aren't ? '.nks to each and every one who Fnglelvond N. J.; and two elate-... enlist as soon as they wish. Both Banquet

will be awarded for the most perfect I rendered assistance; gave comfwt Mr.. Ruby Snow of Sarasota: andMrn. men and women will receive their) And BirthJ 1

blooms and Interesting ar- What are those 1,700 people In order to get their' name on ', g .w ,rd8 of sympathy, or Blanche Cunningham of Lakv recruit training at Pants Island PICTURESSTEVENS

rangements. Flowers entered into waiting on ? the books In time to vote," Crosby I sent the many benutlful! floral offerings Geneva. S. C.
the Show are donated to the That was the $64 question this said. "For this reason, we urge Register Children !Juring: the recent drat Pall bearers at the funeral Monday PHCFINISHING(

hospital. .week with only 14 days remaining every eligible man and woman Now For Baby Show : of our dear daughter nd sister were Roy and Wyne WatklnaiS. The first Marine recruiter to

before registration books close come to the courthouse and reg-tot I I Carrie Lee Lewis. May Cod's; E. Kennedy, F. M. Walrath, visit Starke during March will be

C of C Will Elect prior to the Democratic primary ister at the earliest possible mo- Parents of children between the' richest blessings be with you all 11 Jr., M. M. Sargent, and Tracy Master Sgt Guymon Q. Davis

New elections In May. ment." ages of six months and five yearll'are In every walk of life. Thank you 11 I Baker who will be here on March 6. Where every roll l la

Officers Today The 1,700 people that registration The Supervisor reminded the urged to register them at:. again. The Commander of the Gainesville Developed, Printed or b a

officials are still waiting on once for the Baby how to be i Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis, and I American Legion Pont presented VOTE for Hewlett S. Andrnwnfor
O. S. Newcomb, J, p Roberta, public that all persona must reregister LOCATED AT DAHl
and W H. Graham were elected for represent the difference betweenthe In order to vote In the sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi' at,(Malcolm\ Allen, and Iva Mae the flag used at the services School Board, Di"t. S. (Pd. Pol. GIFT SHOP-110 C
2,800 who have already regIstered the USO building on March 23.' Lewis. I Ito Mr Forsythe's widow. Adv.) .....
three-year terms on the Boardof and next election no matter how many .-u _ate
the estimated 4,500 Children may be registered withMra. i
Directors of theChamber of times they have registered and
who could qualify as electors if Marian Howe at the Cham- -
Commerce at a meeting held In they would. voted In the past. A special .
bar of Commerce office
the courthouse act at the last session of 20
night Supervisor of Registration A. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr., Reasons Wliy People are Saying. ..
the legislature voided all
Holdover previous
members of the Board L. Crosby, Jr. stated that "things chairman of arrangements for the
are: (for one year) A. J. Thomas registrations held In Bradford
have been mighty slow" since the show, states that the program
F. F. Stump Guy Andrews: (for books were brought In from the County. will\ climaxed by the crowningof

two years) Carl Johns, E. L. precincts and placed In his court- Through Tuesday the total number a king and queen, based on the (!

Matthews, S. L. Peek, Jr. house office. Little more than registered In each of the decision of out of town judges. VoDar DoIIar-
The Directors will meet' at 100 persons have registered In county's eight; precincts .was as f r

noon today to elect a slate of of the courthouse since March I, follows: Lawtey 424; North Starke Funeral
ficers for the new year. "If all of these 1,700 wait until 1.046: South Starke 642; Hampton Sunday

the last few days to register f It 256: ; Brooker 231; New River 81; For Starling ChildVerna
VOTE for Hewlett H. Anderson will present a tremendous problemand Theressa 79; and Graham 77

Adv.for School Beard DltU. S. (M. 1'01'1 will mean that some of them The registration period comes M. Starling, one-year-old emit beat '
) will have to wait In line for hours to a close Saturday, April 1. I daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Wllmot' you a PONT.M

a ,,- ._,-,,- ---T H ...... .-._ ... ....--- -,- -. .... ::10I Starling of Lawtey died Friday
March 10, In Shadycrest Hospital! :
after a brief illness. She was born I

May 19, 1949.Funeral I
I Dixie Motor Court Restaurant I _l vices were held 1. Americ Lowe.1-Priced Straights 7. AU-Cunhioned "Tr.veluaRide e IS. Finger-Tip Starter Button

Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in ,. Lowest-Priced Car Offering GM 8. Distinctively Beautiful! Sweep 18.. Full Chromium Windshield and
Bethlehem ;
North Church near Lake Hydra-Malic Drive Stream Rear Fender Rear Window Molding
Avenue Starke
Temple City. Interment was In the Beth- 0.........ell..401,..-..-.
lehem Cemetery with 8. Spacious, Luxurious Interior Featuring 17. Twin Duct Outride Air Healing
FOOD in arrangements oils: The Mart Beautiful Thing Wheels I Arm Kelt, Aai Cord and and Ventilating System
AT ITS BEST- charge of DoWItt, C. on Quality Floor Covering

Prepared By Bill Van Diest |II|| ft V? Jones. CARD OF THANKS t;4. Choirs Famous<<: of Silver New Streak Mora Powerful Engines !.. Wide Ratfully, Comfortable Contoured Seat Cushion With IS. Extra Extra Large Luggage, Fully-Lined Trunk. for

Straight Eight( Six 10. Counter-Balanced Self-Locking
e We wish to 11. Wide, Eoty-Acee Door Trunk Lid
express our heartfelt -
Sunday Dinner $1.50 N" gratitude and appreciation to 3. World Renowned Road Record far 13. Better, Safer Driver View with !.* Smoother, Safer Riding-Low

/"\ Dr. J. 1\0\[. Hembree, the Shady- r Economy snd Long Life Extra Wide, Curved Windshield Pr;aiure Tires on Bro.d Rinu

CHOICE OF: ,- i crest frlendi Hospital who staff, and the many t 6. Super-Safe, Super-Strong All Steel 13. Ultra-Styled Dial Cluster Danh
were so helpful and
French onion soup au gratin chicken broth with noodles -2! r kind during the recent Illness Bodies) by Fisher 14. Handi-Crlp Parking Brake on Dish S.Passenger

sherry li and death of our beloved
fruit cup, or chilled tomato juice daughter -
l J Vernon Mary Starling. Streamliner!
Roast torn Mr. and Mra. W. L. Starling and fritAfw.riF $1816
young turkey & giblet gravy & cranberry sauce, roast family. Sa.Cylmder
leg of spring lamb & minted peas or pot roast of sirloin beef & Sedan

pan gravy Coupe

Thousand Island salad or chef's salad


Snowflake potatoes, or French fried potatoes and baby green I'OR .OI'.TY COMMINIo\RR
lima or corn saute O'Urieh .ALL OUR UI"1'RU'T Tte4) :
, To the Voters of ITadford
:14 Dutch apple pie peach cobbler or I ice cream OWN BAKED I candidate. I hr hy for announce.rol l.>-tlon my an lr r-oun aa (a

PIES & I t'ommla.l.ner' District Two (North -
(Hot rolls & 1I'1'.rk.t.. I wish to Mat. that. I
butter .
M nd for lh came ,
DESSERTS ...... principal that
", I have .". .food for .,'onnlll
Coffee In .y.ndlnr' and ''OWr '"*". Your'.
tea .
Vol. nd .up..rt will b. greatly
-B.: I* Crawford

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T the Voters UI"I'UU"r of County TWO {'omm'e' _
Starka-Dlel.l.t, Number Two. 'ortll

.. I hereby announce my eendldae..

,. FEATURED DAILYShrimp In Jni the ti'rlycrnm'rlon": ;:frlmarl.i P.mooratlo'in May.eub.t. Voter.to

r ..m .a nfelnn5. resident ot Bradford .
County, I .
.m a property owner
& and a lax. payer. and r ..m familiar.
Oyster Cocktails with the probl.m. of the prop.rty .)/ eJ .... I'_r. 5..s. ....- ....__ _
owner end of .h. t.a p..yar.. ... .. .. .
M - ,
Sea Island Deviled Crabs Fried Snapper Fingers ('O H' you I..lonvr Uct .m"'r'I)your,* to Count work ay .. ......... _..--../.... _, M e..Ws. .,_ ,

for the beet lnlr..t of my dletrl..t

Fried Oysters, Scaltopes, or ShrimpSea .and pl.d of. my In.b..t Oouniy.ffort.and to sincerely.cur. a

r.du"Uon In the lax burden bor... McGRIFF
Shore Dinners by my peopl.. MOTORSTemple
Broiled Red
Snapper Steaks Your vqte and suoport U.ollclt-

__._._._ __. __ .... ed and will be aooreciate,.
... y. .. ... ... tflnc, .r.ly yours,
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_+ l... II.. n.nfro.. Ave. & Pratt St.