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 24, 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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I MAR 24 1950



:,, Lead Co. Prospecting Crewst !

Drilling For Ilmenite Near Here BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPIIOfficial

man prospecting cre'V ,Operations, with the Ilmenite and I

,,( j S. Holland, geolon I I other; titanium minerals being I i County Publication Established! In 1879

U hs' National Lead Com-j I blasted out and separated through

NVW York City Is cur- crushing The Trail and Ridge grinding deposits operations.north 1' \OI.f.ME:; SH\: t\T\-U-iE:: : ,, MTAKKK.:. FLOIUOl, FKII>AY.-:M IRCM- 21, 1900 __ Nt'MIIKIl: THIKTV-SIX

,,8 tests on sand sam- and east of Starke are contained I
from drilling In the quartz sand of this "stabi Strawberries Begin

IB I44,,nail n.Government Ridge opera-I I an llzed ancient dune"\ beach area which The was minerals once 13 Candidates Comeback Trail !, Voters Begin i ISecond Man Arrested

the vicinity of I i were deposited there perhaps as ,
< 'u k. Bradford strawberry
t I' far back as the ice age by streams I Offer For Office County Rush To Qualify ,
I ; yield Is slowly but surely entering
tem- :[flowing southward
set to the
has up sea and'
1ary| 'I' upon 'the road back", but It will be
I t, "It tory facilities In theAnderson's bringing along the deposits from I around the 10th of April before In

garage on I I I eroding rocks In the Piedmont Two UnopposedIt volume fully recovers It Is believed As Deadline Nears I Shooting -

I U ,...iut, Street, the same 10-1 Plateau of North Georgia and the I ,
I ,
duPont Carolinas. ,I
oed by I Only 113 crates were shipped Thefts
o test pristablishment Mr. Ho'land stated that his I :
is hoped that
ts preliminary candidates for from the Starke market during the' Late-qualifying electors kept
I of Its ilnmlng crew tame to Starke from South public office In Bradford I officials durli
t. ,?' County past week. At an average price registration busy g I
east of I I Georgia ,where they explored Trail I ale not I
UtI operation I> superstitious I of $1053 per crate they brought the pest week as 313: more' addel :
Ridge extending to the Okefe- The last-minute entry of W. H. $1,189.89.Volume I their names to the rolls in the, of
rke growers !
Vatlonal;' Lead crew arrived':I jnnkee Swamp. After their work I (il3illl) Hall of Hampton into the reached rock bottom fice of Supervisor of RegistrationAlbert

t".biuary 24 and began test I lie 'Inlshed here they expect to rare for County Commissioner, Monday when only two crates of Lee Crosby I

j.E,e:| / thU area. using Starke I IMadqunrters. I continue their exploration work I \IHstrict 4, brought the total number '' berries were brought to the mar This 11th hour flurry broughtthe ,

Mr. Holland i into other sections of Florida. of county candidates sepklng' ket pliitform. total number of qualified electors -,

' I.t,.,d TUB) Ms company is prlInlv The titanium minerals are found i election to office to the "unlucky" In Bradford. County to 3,115. '
Ilmenite for In some present beaches often In figure of 13.
nterested In Most of this week's registrantswere I

pigments, plants in St. Louis.I I heavier concentration than in the As Is the case of all other elections Rate Cut In North Starke, the county's I

I *ntl Saiabel. N. J. The ex- I ancient sands of Trail Ridge. I however .it will be lucky jPower moot populous voting precinct

Britio.. work here Is rot yet However, the present beach deposits for some, unlucky for others.As where 188 new names were, added

>!iciently advanced to' justify I'I have the disadvantage of I the deadline for qualifyingas For UsersThe to the list during the past week. I

definite conclusions, Mr. Hol- being unstable. and can be shift a candidate In the May primaries Big 'Total for tha North Staike precinct -

ed, literally overnight, by coastal now stands at 1,234,
: at .IC"I
J 1 lao noon Saturday,
| not National Lead I I storms. 1 With only eight more days left
\hether or two candidate for the School Council Tuesday -
uld establish a mining opera-! The duPont Company of Wilmington Board J. S. Norman, District 1, approved a recommendation from I before the registration books close *-

_, here even If drilling and lab-;: whose mine east of and H. A. Lawson, District :9, remained the Board of Bond Trustees to on April 1. It Is estimated that 'l' : r4T. -

itorv tests Indicated favorableLlts Starke i I. being operated by the unopposed and will not ,lower the commercial rate from there are still some 1,300 potential : ,

!, would depend on a' num- Humphreys Gold Corporation an have to have their names printed 3 cents to 2 cents per kilowatt voters who could register in this ?" :,.....,."... ..- ----------- : I
Holland said.: nounced last week that productionhas If cared to do so. .
Mr. :
the county
of factors on primary ballot. hour on all electricity used In The second -negro believed to be
Lead manufacturesnt been brought up to about 75 I I The total now registered In
[ II I-
National Opposition threatened for Mr. excess of 2,000 KW's per month Involved In the Southern Store
well as pigments and percent of capacity, with Indications each of the county's precincts Is
a Norman, but the would-be candidate The new lower rate for "big"users
\\tlto interested In metallic tlllutn of reaching the 100 percent I as follows: Lawtey 483: North safe robbery during the early
bathed, down when con- becomes effective with the
At present the company mark: In the rear future. The du I Starke 1234 South Starke 682 I morning hours of February 27 was
fronted with the necessity: of May 1 billing.
mines in Norway and Pont mine went Into productionhere I Theressa 79 Hampton 238 Graham arrested In Jacksonville Wednesday ,.
iw operating York State. These are rock last May.ourist signing an oath that he voted I At present the commercial rat 81, New River 84, Brooker, 232. morning by city detective.
for the Democratic Party nominees -,la: 3 cents for all electricity usedIn
Registration will i I I continue announced
Sheriff P. D. Reddish
In last election. "1 voted
the excess of 1.500 KW hours.
through Saturday, April 1, In the
Still at U the
for Thurmond," he remarked I i The rate reduction approved Supervisor's office In the courthouse yesterday large believed!
Court Additions Set Pace T. third member of the trio
I t somewhat sadly. Tuesday I night does not affect the I Persona ,who fall to register to be guilty of taking the safe
A contest looms in the other "small" domestic consumers, \ not be
I'I or by that time will per- from the Starke store and shooting
Iphool Board race to come' before ,as the charge remains the same mitred\ to vote In the next electionas police officer Leonard E.: Colaon

. Stepped-Up Building Program the voters at thin time'. In up through 1,425 KW hours per a special) act passed at the last while making their get-away.

residence District 3 f Brooker ANew month: session" of the State Legislature

I River) the Incumbent' H. 100 per KW for first 25: : voided all previous registrationsheld I Arrested Wednesday was Willie
additions J. D. Seymour, permit for R Croubv. Is opposed by Hew- I Charlea Ingram, 29 year old six
sparked by two major I I 7c per KW for next 25: ; In Bradford County I
existing motor courts, building Blending house moved to lot at I' lett S. Anderson. School Board 5c per KW hour for next 23: ; "Unless you have re-registered !foot three inch negro. He was

|\v In progress or recently com- !. Madison and Broadway, to be remodeled members are now voted on coun- 4c per KW hour for next 1,423; you are not qualified to vote," remarked found about half a block from

ted in Starke totals close to and covered with asbestos tyatlarge.Both (New rate begins to apply) I Supervisor Crosby In urg- TilE 223-POITND OFFICE: SAKE stolen from the Southern Store where Leroy McCray first arrested negro
In the
case was
150.00000.: This does not In- I. shingles, $5,000. posts to be filled on the 3c per KW hour for next BOO; ing all eligible persons to registerat (member!: of the Van H. Priest chain) on February 37 was fished I apprehended two weeka Ingram wasemployed
de minor repairs, and also does Fred Leonhard, permit for Blan County Commission are being contested 2c per KW hour for all over his office before the deadline, from the Icy depth. of Sweetwater Creek near Jacksonville Monday as a baggage boy fora
t Include public buildings such ding house moved to lot on North In District 2 North 2.000.
Jacksonville Detective R. B. Is seen holding Jacksonville.
afternoon. Whittington \ railroad company In
the recent school construction Church Street, remodeled and Starke) Incumbent E. L. Crawford
I It was stated that the above Is
Absentee Voting guide rope tied to the waist of fluster Bennett of Starke who volun- Police record revealed that he had
ogram. and the new First Bap- covered with asphalt shingles, Is opposed by L. 1.., Renfroe, the commercial and industrial rate
Outlined teered to dive Into the cod water and attach chain and Cable: to the been arrested eight or ten times
fct Church, all of which would $4,000. In District 4 (Hampton, Ther- for lighting, heating, cooking, and : Procedure .
)I another $250,000: to the total. Mrs. Marian Howe, brick residence eia Graham) incumbent. Mrs. power, single or polyphase. Motion I Strong box. lying eight feet below the surface. Sheriff P, D. Reddish In Jacksonville for selling. whiskey
[ Work Is now well\ under wayan In Pinehurst Subdivision. Jessie Chastain, Is opposed by J. to> revise the rate In the upper By I and Leroy McCray, who pointed out the location of the stolen safe, and similar charge

additional 11 units at the 8000. I G Adkins and W H. (Bill) Hall. brackets was made by Coun. ; Applications for absentee ballots are standing out of range of camera, behind crane at right The stolen safe was recovered

lirXe Motor Court for which f_ W. Batten, Blandlng house Rep. J. P. Roberts seeking reelection cllman P. L. Bridges, seconded by for the May 2 primary election are I ,Photo courtesy Jacksonville Journal. Monday from. Sweetwater Creek,

\nets George H. Bunch and Guy placed on lot on Christian Street I to his Legislative post, i I H. A. Bishop, Jr., and carried by now being accepted by the office about three miles out of Jacksonville

1 drew\ have obtained a build- and remodeled, $4,000 has three running mates: Doyle unanimous vote. of Supervisor of Registration on the Maxvllle cut-ott road

permit for 19900. A. D. Crosby, concrete block I E Conner \V. E. (Enos) Hayes, I The Council discussed the possibility i, Albert Lee Crosby. Graham Elected Voters. Will Hear McCray to, who his part'had in previously the'robbery confessed ,

I Another expansion program Is residence, Lafayette St. 1500. anti, Ovid G. Lewis. of I repairing the old Chevrolet -i The Supervisor tails attention
finally-told where the safe had been
ting carried out by Carl Johns, R. F. Young moving building truck In order that it might to the new law covering absentee

Mer of the Temple Motor from old Baptist Church to Christian ... .. .. which the former dumped after It was'( opened! and,
Rites Wedne dy'\ be ua.t. .. tb. hauling ofrt I voting replaced Head Of Rotary Candidates rifled. Wheit revftverecr' the'.ar.
fur'}. \\'heran' additional 14 Street and remodl''lng. Estimate M. Hutchings for digging of ditch for the State regulations repealed by the 1919 I was empty with the exception of

hits are undor construction on ,of. cost not given.; For T. 1 Road Department It was votedto Legislature.' The new law permits single record book which
a was
popfrty recently purchased from Nelson Moore moving Blanding In Baptist ChurchThomas have the truck repaired If It voting by mall, which was W. H (BUI) Graham, a charter Bradford* County candidates for I,returned, to the Starka atore.

L. and Hortense George. Thisw house to Christian St. and remodeling .could be done at a cost not to forbidden under the old law, places member of the Starke Rotary public office In the May primaries When stolen It contained around
construction Is located on Hutchlngs. 71. a resident of Registration In
$3,000. M. exceed $25.: Supervisors I
Club was elected president of the will take to the hustings $250 In cash. I

pperty adjoining the present Lex Green, In irk veneering three of Starke for the past 18 The City Clerk was Instructed charge of the absentee balloting, organization at Its annual election Thursday night March 30, when Both McCray and Ingram are beIng r
Vmplc Motor Court -the north
on at his home Instead of and
Blending houses placed on West years died Monday to write J. M. Edwards of the I County Judges of officers held here Wednes the first of a series of public held in Jacksonville pending
ie, The building permit is for heart attack. ends the practice of "absent"voting
Call St., 6000. here following a Bradford Engineering Co. that day. T. H. Stade was named vice speaking dates ,will be held at the capture of the third InI -
BDOOO. Grade. Mo. on casting ballots In negro
Nelson Ghent and Ell Graham Born In Belle his Street I or precincts officers ,will Theressa.
1 I property on Cherry president. The new volved In the robbery. McCray I I.I I.
Residential has been
building Mrs. Hutching was located other than thevoter' I
1819. .i
June 28
feeping Jr., concrete block residence on I must be cleaned up and placed In take over at the beginning of the The meetings are scheduled described by State Prison official
pac.Ith business con- his retirement home
Lot 4, Block 2, L. T. 4 Co. Addition millwright before an orderly condition. The Clerk county. Rotary fiscal year In July. under the sponsorship of the I as "dangerous" and an "escape
ructlon. The following a- life Under the law out
are He ,
| several years ago. was a new persons
U.tioo.Beside. was also Instructed to write Harold Elected to serve on the new Bradford County Democratic Executive : artist" fugitive from the Florida,
"ng the new homes recentlympleted Order of Odd of Ute who physical
long member of the county or are
the motor court additions Kite, living In the Bparkman board of director. In addition toOraham Committee, W B. Wads- I prison system.
or nearing the final Fellows and a member of the Baptist Iy disabled may write to the
house at Call and Church worth chairman.
other recent business Streets and Slade, were: Guy Andrew -
ages"' of construction and for builI.1 Church. Supervisor of Registration duringa I Police Officer Colson, who was
that this lot must be cleaned of It was announced that the following
thick building permits have been Ing includes a new service sta- period that began last Saturday ., J. H. DuPre, E. L. Mat- i shot twice, one bullet lodging In I
sued tion for the American Oil Co., Surviving, besides his widow an junk at once. thuw, H. p Morgan T. K. Mc- schedule of dates will be his shoulder and another
: I ((43 days before the election), 1 passing
of Starke, area
[ Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen, $13.000; L. L. Simpson, store Annie 1.. Hutchings Mrs. Jenell Dodson of *It was agreed to place a light and ending April 27 (five days Clane, and Arch Thomas Jr. G. carried out: I through part or his brain I 18 still I

concrete block residence on building South Walnut St., 3000. : daughter, Rufus E. In the alley at the rear of Hart I before the election), and request S. Newcomb, Inclumbcnt president Thursday, March 30'. Theressa. In St. Vincent' Hospital, Jack- I
Sam Rosenberg Is currently having Jacksonville; one son Furniture and Setzer's store. of the club will be the ninth Tuesday, April 4 Grahanv sonville.
forth Cherry St. 5000.: i an application for an absent voter'sballot j
brother L.
Starke i
Hutching ; a Saturday, April 8 Hampton .
Box restaurant The Council member of the board a' the
1 Mr. the Lunch went on record as new
and Mrs. Donald Champion, Francisco CalIfornia During that period, personsIn .
San Friday,
14 New
D. Hutchlngs April River.
remodeled under a per unanimously to the end of his term president. The
expressing as
lame building I
house asbestos aiding! at ; two sisters, Mrs. W. S. this county who expect to be dlltel' Tuesday April 18 Brooker. Legion Will Hear
board will
State Road meet
tamat mit for $200. Department their appreciation at sn early
and Short Streets 6200. his retirement away on election day also may .
a millwright for funds In to elect a secretary, treasurer, Friday, April 21 Lawtey. Speaker Describe \
I Including
Mr. Church of write In call for
and Mrs. W. H. Yawn. The of 111. and Claude or In person one 25: .
Robinson Dupo, : Tuesday April Hellbronn
the 1950 budget with which to and sergeant at arms for the new
Sunday School room of
Mme the
with completed a forms.
asphalt siding resl- Carlo of Goodwater, Mo.; and two application Springs. Russian PrisonsJonesLangfnrdWhite
fnce on West Madison St.. *6- addition under a permit for grandchildren. widen Temple Avenue, and fur The application forms are mailed year. Friday April 28 Starke.
'1 I ther offering their assistance and Members of the BUS Glee Club
$3,000. Funeral services were held In out or handed to the applicants. All state and county candidatesare Pot aa.
the First Baptist Church Wednesday cooperation In carrying out the The voter fills out the form listing under the direction of Mr*. Win- I Invited to speak to the voters American Legion will hold Its
successful completion of this proJect his name voting precinct. reason ter Olddlngs entertained the Rotarians 'regular business meeting next
Morningt afternoon at 2 o'clock with at these meetings. I
re-Easter Revival Begins Sunday for the with a pre-view of the
Rev. L. D. Haines officiating, assisted requesting application, Tuesday night at 8 o'clock la the
t First Baptist With Evangelist Lanter by Rev. W. E. Hall. Burial The Council discussed the possibility and the address to which the ballot Gay Nineties show to be presentedIn Visiting MinisterAt 'Legion Home. I
of the USO auditorium March
hiring an overall super should bemalled.andrpturn.ltto on
was In Klngsley Lake Cemeterywith This meeting will feature a talk :
This! visor of all departments of the the Supervisor. The application 31. Edward Mansey. Mary Lou Air Park Church
Suntay morning the pre; DeWItt C. Jones Funeral by Carl Ilvl, recently from Eaton 1
aster revival will begin at the Home in charge of arrangements.Active City of Stark to superintend the must be sworn to before a Durshlmer, Margie Wall Joan la, who will describe his ex-
tNt 1 pall bearers were W. H. plan of work and to handle all notary public, and signed and Tenly, and Jean Sumlin, sang Rev. 7. L Bearer, Superintendent penances behind the Iron Curtain )

Baptist Church Stark, with Orle Freeman purchasing, making semi-monthly sealed In the presence of two wit- number of> songs from this forthcoming of City Missions In Greensboro and a* a prisoner In both
Graham, Wiggins
he Rev G. O. Lanter ,. of which I III basedon N. C., will be at the Air Park
of Atlanta, .. ', Register Jr. Jesse E. Newsome, reports progress made and supplies nesses, who also sign the application production German and Russian concentration I
used on various It form the well-known ballad I I Baptist Church tonight (Friday)
Morgia, as evangelist. Rev. Lan- V H. Carden, H. H. Houston, Carl projects. camps. Rev. F. O. Clark of
"r will be I was stated that members of the As soon as the official ballotsare "Frankie And Johnnie". at 8 o'clock. Rev. U O. Hemingway Farms will accompanyMr. 1
remembered by many Johns, and Adolph Gay.
Council feel that by hiring a printed for the election, one pastor of the church, says Ilvls to Starke and share I
ere as h> held| a meeting IIItarke qualified man to handle this job each Is mailed to qualified appli FFA Parent-Son "He has a wonderful message. the with him.
two years ago. Opening A. J. Thomas Jr. You should not miss hearing this program I
I Ute City would effect a saving of cant. They must be returned Invited
''Ilb the eleven o'clock services Selected To Head seven" times his salary In the to the Supervisor not later than Banquet TonightIn man of God." All veterans are cordially I
3-iis attend this meeting.
Sunday morning the revival efficient operation of the various 5 p.m. on April 28. four days before BHS CafeteriaThe Rev, Sasser has served In his to I
III continue until Easter Campaign present position since 1913
April Pepper departments under his supervision. the election. August

Ib Prospective absent voters who sixth annual Parent and "The pastors In Greensboro real- Sen. Claude Pepper !

Weekday services will be held A. J Thomas. Jr.. announcedthis 1 expect to be out of the Ize the value of the City Mission
Since this matter Is su far merely county on Son Banquet of the Bradford Heard Here Thursday
t to week his recent appointmentas I and the of Rev.
o'clock In the and election day return their program ability
morning ; a suggested move and is still may Chapter, Future Farmer of America I
of Brad "
30 each evening. The balcony 1Eangelit Campaign Manager being studied by the Council, no properly witnessed and notarized will be held In the new BHS 8asf r to direct It, Rev. Heming- Senator Claude Pepper made

III be opened for every evening ford County for who Senator Is Claude nativeof definite action was taken at this application forms to the registration cafeteria tonight (Friday) at 8 way said.Gay his first speech of the current

ervlce| and also the Sunday mornr Pepper Thomas. a 'meptlnl' office In person obtain a o'clock campaign In Starke Thursday !

'* servlces. During the revival Bradford law County la ,Starke has beenpracticing and ballot there, and vote it In the Main address of the evening Nineties Show night after having cancelled his
music will be under the dlrec- office. will be made Phil night speaking engagement
IOn as Bradford County Ser C of C Elects by Taylor Supervising Will Be PresentedBy Monday
of serving
the local pastor, the Rev Inspector, State Deportment due to a hurried trip to

will 08"18' v D. H ''nes. Special music vice .Officer Active for In local the past civic and two New OfficersElection Bennett Schedules of Agriculture. H. E. Wood, BHS Glee Club Washington to vote on Importantfarm

brought by outstanding year* State FFA Advisor, will also bea legislation.
lCal! veterans affairs he was recently At Brooker The BUS Glee Club will
of Chamber of Commerce Speech presenta
the K11"1' quartette, Lanter of the Starke guest and will make some brief The Senator flew to the MaLion' -
and elected Commander gay nineties show entitled"Showboat"
by the officer. for the neSv year
combined choir of remark mornIng -
capitol early Monday
the American Legion Post. Charles E. Bennett candidatefor In the usa auditorium -
church. took place following a luncheon
The fathers and mother of FFA at the of SenatorWalter
Thomas' stated that he would re-election" to Congress from Friday night March 31, at request
Rev. meeting of the Board of Directorslast
Lanter members will be honored who
1. of Georgia,
r ot a forceful l preach- like for all of the past supporter I Friday. E. L. Matthews was the 2nd Congressional District, Is 8 o'llock. Theme of the show George
the gospel and on this occasion. told him legislation of great
I. UJllque In of Senator Pepper to contact him elected president Guy Andrews scheduled to speak at Brooker on will be a romantic skit using

IIUOUH *.' In finding scripture 'so that an active campaign pro- vice president, and O. S. New- Thursday March 20 at 2 p m. Frankle and Johnnie" and the value to Southern agriculture was
"* In the Bible. started. Cub Scout Pack threatened with defeat.
Having be
been a gram might comb treasurer Mrs. Marian Bennett's) next appearance In title sung.
mountain missionary' In the Kentucky Howe was reappointed executive this county will be on Saturday, To Meet March 30 Admission will be :.10 cents for No details of Senator Pepper'sspeech

all type5 section he understands Andrews Sells Store secretary. April 1, when he Is scheduled to adults and 33: cents for children can be reported since it

1ble of people and u a most Robert Barksdale was named speak In Starke at 10 a.m. He The regular monthly meetingof and high school students. Tickets was not made before the paper

"" personal worker. To D. R. DevrickSale chairman of the Merchants Division will speak at Lake Butler at 1IS: : Cub Pack 70. sponsored by may be purchased now from any went to press A full report will I

'<4 to cordial Invlt.tlon IB extend- Farm Home Auto for the new year. a.m. the same day, and at Waldoat St. Mark's Episcopal Church, will member of. the Glee Club. appear In next tveek'e lasue. ,

vices all to worship 'at these ser- of the Call St. was announced The Board of Directors consistsof 6 p.m. be held on Thursday evening About 30 members of the club \
and to b* 'In Supply on West In his Bennett I. reminding will oartlclpate In the productionunder Revival }
revival prayer for thIs week by Guy Andrews the above officers and the following speeches March 30, at 7:30 o'clock In St. Lawtey
that It might have a great this The store other members: J. P. Roberts voters that he has consistently Mark' Parish House. the direction of Mrs. Sarah March 26 I
Sting owner. Runs Thru
f eftect on the whole life former Denver R Dev- W. H. Graham A. J. Thomas. fought against Truman's Cubma/iUr Bert Simmons will Giddings, BHS music Instructor.

"1Ualnell! 1arke", Pastor Haines' saleL was purchased who came by to Starke from F. F. Stump. Carl Johns, and "civil rights" program, the Town- preside at the meeting and the The Calvary Baptist Mission at I

In close. hotue. are being asked rick Virginia .where he was employed S. U Peek. Jr. send Plan veterans' bonuses In feature of the evening will be a Books For Hospital Lawtey will continue Its revival 1

"ek from io till 11 a. m. each West payroll departmentof Plans for the annual membership non-depression years the Brannen group photo of the cubs and their I series through March 26 A. E.

the.Bible,day 80 that all mIght attend In the Coal Corp. drive were discussed and It was plan and Federal aid to education parents therefore all cub are G S Newcomb made another Massey minister, announced thle

PolW ? study morning awvlce. the Logan 13 County 1-2 Priorto agree that one of the main work a* passed In the! Senate. urged to be at this meeting and I contribution of five books and Mrs. week. Everyone I I. cordially invited *
the way to the lighted for the past Devrick was employedIn projects for the year will be the He states that he has consistently bring their parents. The themeof Myra Peek two books to the North to the service.
and attend that Mr. worked for and voted for: 1 I. .'Photngrsphy" Florida Clinic library last week.
vi vat: tw great re- First National Bank of beautification of the approach to the month of March On March 26 the Mission will be
the the city from the north on U. 8. pension for the needy aged veterans and some camera workof TV* library Is maintained for the Into a church named

It I Spencer. W. Va.Is married and has 301. This project will be carried : definite Increases for other the cube will be on display. I benefit and pleasure of the' patients organized the Faith Baptist Church. Rev
;: ; Devrick
,PM!.YOI. ft beforeto Mr children. He and his family out after the widening of Temple needy aged persons; slum clearance Several cubs will receive advancement and all donations are greatly Massey ..tated.ational .

,''iii. h.YIHJ will aot be eligible three at 333 Clark St. Avenue U completed. and rural telephones. at this mHtlll I I 8ppr clated.
thO' Leader llalne: residing
prlmane. ?, May 2n l Song |lare I

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MAR 24, 1 9 S'O

TWOBradford i 1
4 Starke visited Miss Mary Frances and Mrs. Wilson Russ were in 'Lewis, who ia 7. ostl

Hazen last weekend.Mrs. Gainesville shopping Tuesday.Mr County HosPital, ?"

County Telegraph) l\\ BROOKERBy H. T Shaw of Ziff sectionwas and Mrs. Howard Mott attended 'Monday nigh I *

the dinner guest of Mrs. T. the wedding of Miss Elma Mr. and Mi 8uil,
.Iva Me Lewis S. Mann and two daughters. Lee Hickey of Penney Farms Graham vlsltei \j, ')

I ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWN."-.DITOHPubltahe.1 l"C Mrs J. E. Hardy and two daughters Thursday night. E. Stokes Surma *

; Entered &It SM'ond Mr. and Mrs I. H. Hazen of i Janet and Jane, of Starke Mrs. C. F. Padgett and Mrs. Miss Alleei, $,?? '
; Every Friday fOBSS aid Fl. Jacksonville visited his father, attended our Baptist church ser I Resale Carlton were in Starke visited Mrs ,fu, auh-1

CUi Matter at the Font > K Office at Starke. 1urlZ Swrqe&a MokPOMCA. O. W. Hazen, Sunday. afternoon.Mr. vice and were dinner guests of shopping Monday.Mrs. Rosetta Howe], ;any,
and Mrs. Elton Taylor visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mr. and ]Mi' ,
=- and flu '
NE3Rt = Vergle Hale son, 'Jrtu
MEMBER fj MH 1950 w --- her mother, Mrs. Bannle Mott, Barry Sunday. ette, and Mrs. Mvrtle Scarbrough, ''of Jackaonvin: ,r, r
Sunday night. Doyle Conner of Starke attended parents Mr an.i I ,
i Mrs.
; Has given us all of Lake Butler,
thrrgreat !
SI.30 For 81x !'\Ionth't herein I meditate on the Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Thomas, services held at our Baptist church 'for a few da''
: Annually mar So we may realize the beauty. I Green Sunday.Mr. 'I
Subscription 18,59 of lives to kiwi| Mary f
ntt-d our and:
touch. visited her parents, the Rev. and was the dinner guest of Mr. A. B. fI| i
Of his
We .ur-' Mrs. Cephus Harrell
and free
country ntnmjf I I Mrs. C. A. Crosby of Linden, and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Sunday. daughter, Mr '
of tht' Thanks for lovely poem. the birth blizzard out to announce
else treat and Wednesday Mrs. Vera are proud
OOO1 CITIZENSHIP Tueiiday Mrs. Lottie Edwards, .
TIII1IIC..T ut'TOF know you must have liked it for It born March 17th.
nurth.u..t. and Mrs. and and Mrs. of a baby girl
Mr. Lloyd Barry Allen. Mrs. Green
which Is denied clt :1 just a well worn clipping. Mrs. B. O. Mm,,,, ,,, ,
Florida citizens have a high privilege--one I know three things must always I : children attended her father's 70- E. J. Lewis visited Mrs. Gene Mr and Mrs. Lerov Stokes are
world. They can ballot "e.' I have been sewing-made a few days with his visited her m nei
troubled spending a j
be Leesburg
of today's reunion at
In many parts Ith birthday Ellis of Worthington Springs
tens fill public and print dress and another apron. I i Mrs. H. E. StokesHe Edwards, last
cretly and without dictation for whomever they choose to To keep our nation strong :I Sunday. Thursday afternoon of last week. parents, Mr. and 'Pk'liI d
more crocheting. Miss Mariliof
also doing
The principal reason cltlxena are being denied the right to vol free am I Mr. and Mrs. George Adams of Allen Lewis and Ernest Douglas ; was honorably discharged from roht ,
office. literature' Florida .
countries today Is because they neglected to exercisE One is the hearthstone. bright am studying on my ot Morrlston and Mr. and Mrs. C. enjoyed the day Sunday sightseeing I the army at Baltimore, Maryland Stat. :nine"
freely In many course from the University I ahassee, visited
and dear,, S. visited Mr. and Mrs. recently.Mrs. ner
Kelley at Sliver Springs.
the privilege when it was theirs. Florida. I am enjoying that. W and Mrs. H. Broa?
loved one
made Walter L. Hays, president of the With busy happy Fred Walden of Wild-yood Sunday. Mrs. W. H. Newsome of Starke H. E. Stokes'attended
by funeral for
This statement wan have not had a sometime and returned 'I i
launching that organization'' near; Mrs. J. W. Brown and daughter, visited Mrs. T. W. Markey Sat Primitive Baptist church services QUI
Florida State Chamber of Commerce in and hand and I am enjoying the vaca where she will do
One is a ready heart Mrs. H. P. Beckham of Haw- urday afternoon. held at Macclenny Sunday.Mr. Inuit-
"get out the vote" campaign. e I In To love and serve and keep the tion. thorne, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Curry and and Mrs. Bryant Dugjrer for the next six) moo
If they persist
"Flortdlans will lose their right of franchise CLAY HILL. Such nice uteri Gadsden County high
land. of Mr.
F. Gano Sunday SOIof Lakeland were dinner of Melrose were guests
the in such numbers as was the case In and beaten way',; from the children this morning. J 1
remaining away from polls cut One Is a worn Little Janet Hardy of Starke,I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Resale and Mrs. H. E. Stokes last week- -
1948 when only B81.73S out of a potential 1,500,000 bothered to To where the people go to prey have a little camera I am going tc: visited her grandparents, Mr. and Carlton Sunday. -
the state president continued. "They will endanger all these are kept alive, send to Ella Mae Osteen and she end.Leland visit- ,
first primary ballots, So long Mrs. O. W. Barry Thursday Elbert Mott-of Galnesvil\ visit- Shaw of La Crosse
thia precious right, definitely and speedily, unless they bestir Nation and people will survive.. Is going to take pictures of the Mrs. Colin Knight of Jackson- I ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. ed Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mann SUn- In Case of Sid "I

themselves on primary day. May 2, and fulfill this first duty or God keep them always everywhere children and school for me. I will ville, and Mrs. P. M. Barrefoot M. Mott, last weekend. Who Pays Tht
rolls of film day.Mr.
of three
aend her two
citizenship." and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Surrency Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pin hostel' and Mrs. R. E. Hazen visited
good Bradford County many people are automatically die The hearth, the Hag, the place Father Materia gave me a pray. of Starke, visited Mrs. Vera Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plnhoster, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Strickland ,of MAIL THIS COIPaulRaymond
Here In for made by St. Francis
of er peace '.
prayer. Friday.We Jr., visited Mrs. Rosa Pinhoater La Crosse Sunday.Mr. .
with the regulations goy
franchising themselves by falling to comply With the deadline Clarence Flynn many years! ago. It Is a wonderful regret to report that Mrs.A. Sunday. ,. and Mrs. Russell Normanof - -.
In this county.
of voters
rning the re-reglstratlon that around I love the above poem. I can prayer: L. Crosby is a patient in the Mr.' and Mrs. Everett Galney Water Oak visited Mrs.! Lottie ,
for re-reglstratlon only one week away, !It Is estimated vision three lovely pictures. The' Lord make me an Instrument ot North Florida Clinic at Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hewell Edwards Sunday. Florida Mink\ ,

1,500 potential voters In this,county will be disqualified from casting! i a home with loved ones about the your peace: and Allen Lewis Is a patient in of Lulu and enjoyed a trip to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Deese of Box 95
ballot In the next election because of failure to reregister.In fireplace on a chilly evening. Lo"e'< Where there Is hatred, let me Alachua County Hospital at Lake Lochloosa Sunday. Branford visited Mr. and Mrs. O. Starke, i

spite of repeated warnings printed In this newspaper, and from for each other shines In the faces sow love; Gainesville. We wish them a Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Mott of Rai- W. Barry Sunday afternoon.Mr. Please send lilt lit

other source, many of these people are putting this Important matte of those who sit with the firelight Where there Is Injury, pardon; speedy recovery.We ford, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Connerof and Mrs. Emery Lewis Information' tie I

off to the last minute and a large number of them might let the deadline dancing on them. Then I seethe Where there IB doubt. faith; are proud to report 'hat Starke, Mr. and Mrs. H.ershell visited relatives of Starke Sunday.Mrs. Mutual riua 01"

slip by without qualifying themselves as electors. When election flag high In the air on a flagpole Where there Is despair, hope; Mrs. Cecil Moore is out of St. Layfield of Gainesville and Mr. H. P. Gainey visited her Protection,

day rolls around and they suddenly decide they want to vote-I as> I used to put It at Clay Where there i Is darkness, light; Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Jack Simmons of Mont-, daughter, Mrs. Vera Collins of Names ... _
necessary-absolutely and: positively-to reregister tllll and as I saw It in the evening Where there la sickness joy. ,and Is getting along nicely at iceche visited Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Waldo, last week.
will be too late. It Is as we stood at attention when ]I O, Divine Master, grant that I the home of her sister, Mrs. Buelah Mott Sunday. Malcolm and Iva Mae Lewis. Adress: __. ___
by April Ilf you expect to vote.A was a WAC and we lowered the may not so much seek to be con- Harrell. Mrs. Minnie Adklnnon and daughter Thomas Hamilton, Pete Douglasand
word to the wine Is sufficient--so they say retreat. soled as to console; to be understood visited Allen
lag while the bugle played Miss Marcia Kay Hazen of Ilean, Mrs. Lottie Edwards Julian Green -- -
Then I see little white churchei as to understand; to be lov-
STATE'S STRAW GROWTH COMPOUNDS: SCHOOL WOES all over America with a path worn ed ju to love; for It Is giving\ we .

State School Superintendent Thomas D. Bailey says Florida today to: the door Like the one at Long receive; It is in pardoning that we

needs 200-milllon In school buildings alone. Branch near Clay Hill, a church are pardoned; and In dying that
my father helped to build In we are born eternal. Amen.
And, Bailey adds, with etery passing day this need Is growing. southern Indiana-places well This applies to our relations with

Growing too ,Is the corresponding need for teachers, textbooks, and loved where funerals and weddingsare each other and all nations. LOVETT'STARKE

other equipment owed In the education of modern youth. had. Where one goes to talk HELPFUL: HINTS: : I found a

Education officials say this situation Is particularly alarming with God and sing praises. good strawberry frosting. Mash\;

when you consider that school population during the next decade will, Yesterday afternoon I had time up about 3 tablespoons of straw i

according. to all Indications, continue to grow. to give the Mortuary a good clean- berries. Add powdered sugar to
Greatest part of the over-all Increase Is attributed to the State1 Ing. After I had dusted and cleaned make stiff enough to spread -on a

attraction for tourists. Each year Florida spends millions of dollar. with the sweeper 1 had an urge plain cake-It Is delicious. I FLORIDA Prices Good Through Sat, Mar. 25th |

to attract new people-tourists, Industry, and permanent population. to play the piano and sing some Time Is up and my space. too. ,

And say the education officials, this program Is paying off-with old hymns. My mother used to do How I enjoy my visit with you all.I .

people flocking to Florida In ever increasing numbers. that .way. I had a regular service know the roses are In bloom, as .

People come-and they bring children that must go to school all my own through singing. 1 are the petunias and the bridal '

They cannot be turned away. Florida, It la pointed out Is one of sang. "I Need Thee Every Hour," wreath down In the land of eunthlne. 6
"Jesus Call Us "Peace, the Gift,
Mrs. Etta Fowler writesme ,
even states In the nation that have increased In population steadily I
of God's Love" and ever so many. they are. She sent me moretouchmenot" STEAKSROUND
during the past ten years. Then I played "Dear Hearts and seed. So much
Here's how the Education Department figures the Increase, in "
Gentle People. I had such a
happiness I have that I forget about -
terms of population and finance. good feeling Inside aa I climbed the snow and mud and slush. 5

Present enrollment Is nearing: the 800,000 mark. This will Increase the stairs carrying the electric I[ plan and think of my garden and .

roughly seven per cent yearly (baaed on past performance) sweeper. Ever try singing like the birds returning to sing. God

which means an additional 35,000 children a year. that? At Daisy's at Clay Hill I bless you all.

This many new pupils means about 1,000 new clasflrooms, 1,000 new sat on the porch and rocked sing. Love, LUBA. BRISKET FIRST CUT GA. SMOKED All MeatWEINERI

teachers 1,000 new seta of books, and 1,000 other corresponding needs Ing songs from memory

that go along with every new pupil that enters school. We had such a terrible blizzard STEW PORK CHOPS BACON I R

But won't this gradual increase ever level oft? Bailey says that last Tuesday. A blizzard Is a wind LONG BRANCHBy .,

oft \Is not m sight. of hurrlcan strength, with
the leveling period
As long an the state continues to grow, and It shows no sljgna ot( enough snow In It to make villi.ability byre J. L. StricklandThe lb. 29Grade
zero and so cold that one lb. 29c'lib. 39c lb. 35c
letting up, so will the need' for more facilities In, education continueto soon freezes to death If lost. Lots .
Long Branch Baptist church
grow. of cars had wrecks trying to get
Money is a big problem. Lean than ten years ago, the state spent home. My neighbor was In one andla I' plans an all day preaching and
education. This It la costing )47-mllllon. dinner( on the ground April 2nd,
918-mllllon yearly on year now in a hospital with a bad A Sliced Fresh Pork
Next year the appropriation jumps to $ 2-mllllon. What happens after back Injury. Some people died installed I the first Sunday in April. Thl

that Is anybody; guess Bllllt>Y'1 school leaders won't even make cars. Life cannot be all church la to: raise building funds we for have the been new BACON lb. 39c BOLOGNA lb. 2!

an estimate at this time. -St. Petersburg Times.THE roses and honey. If we just, take I planning for some time to build. ,
It for granted life Is full of ups
As all who have attended this
RED CROSS WAS OX HAND" and downs, deaths and heartache,
church occasion know,
Any person who has or earns money has no problem nowadays on we will have strength to bear whatever there Is on not any room enough in the FRESH PORK SOLID PACK

how to*get rid of It. There are countless things which we may buy, happens to us. I was so building for more than a thirdof
to read of the death of Mrs.
and hundreds of thousands of salesmen scouring the country trying to sorry the congregation who attend
Tyre In the auto accident. She ROAST lb. 29c OYSTERS 5!
sell us things whether we need them or not. Just plain living eats up liked to read Clay Hill, although funerals, home comln; or any pt

a lot of !it, food. clothing, repairs on our homes and cars, some few he had never written to me. She other large gathering. The first ,

amusements, and then Uncle Sam usually digs Into what's left for his was a good friend of Mrs. Bishop ones to get to the church get the

Income tax. Then, too, In recent years there have sprung up'a large Thomas of Brookcr who wrote me.The .seats, the others have to stand. In FLA. RED BLISSPotatoes

number of organizations which solicit funds regularly, and taking the two daughters will have to get the aisle or stay outside of the "33"
house. There are always about TIDE 23
picture as a whole, lucky Is the man who earns a.dollar and saves any along now on their own. Troubles large
outside of
twice as many the .
come early to some Bless ,
part of :t.There. people.
church aa there are in the building BLEACI
Is an organization, however, which we feel should be mip- their hearts! I just because we have Insufficient

potted to the limit of our capacity: the American Red Crons. In time From where I alt In the dining: room. The building we now have FANCY BLUE ROSEbib.

of a national disaster, such a* a devastating hurricane, the Red Cross room, I can see a house through Is too old and has been repairedtoo

Is on hand, caring for the hurt and homeless, providing medical sup. the window. A dear old lady lies much to try to build on to It. 29c
inside 111. I have talked to lb. 101
plies, helping the victims to get back on their feet again. You read her very This[ was done once and, cannotbe RICE 2 .29C qt.
daughter so many about .
about their activities time and time again. A blizzard In Montana, done again. We all donateto ,
her. She has been In much pain
an explosion In Texas, a ruinous fire In a big city, a flood along the with arlthitls. I gave her the missions hospitals and about

:M1.M1.JIIlppl-"the Red Cross was on hand giving first aid and hot name of the medecine that had everything to, anyone why not asks give us liberallyto to donate VITA FOOD APPLEJELLY 2 lb. JAR
food." And when they are needed, they respond regardless of the contributions helped another friend, but I do Fancy Yellow
this church building?, It Is
of the area. not kpow that It helped her, she I for all, not just for the people .19C NO. 2 CAN CUT ]
The American Red Cross has been called upon theme and time again was so old. The daughter said the
who live In this locality, but It ,
to expend more money In Florida as a whole than Is contributedfrom other day: "You know, I had neverthou&ht Is for YOU If you want to use it. Onions .

this State. There may be good and sufficient reason for this, and much about old age until If you can't come to church April BEET3lb.13cCORN !

then again there may not. The fact remains that residents ihould I see my dear mother lying 2nd, see that your money gets Land O'Sunshine 303 Can
there death and old.
try to balance their budget with the Red Cross, and we believe it can so near so It there-It will be used for the
would be bad to be like that."
be done If every single person who can will contribute something no purpose you say use it for In the ?
I replied: "If we live long enoughwe 12c! lOc
the church
little building. COME ONE
matter how small. Most of us can spare a money If we are con-
are all going to be there some .
COME ALL-we will see at
vinced that It Is needed for a worthwhile purpoi So let's all of us you
day. The only way that I can church. If
you can not attend
make some contribution to the Red Cross. There's a slogan: Give 'til
think of to make Its coming bearable church: send your offering to S.
It hurts. We don't believe in that. Give what you can afford and ARMOUR'S TALL
Is to be kind to each other
L. Harris or Bud Harris, Maxville,
help share the activities of the American Red Cross. Then the next and give each other all the love 5 Ib. Bag .. *

time a national disaster strikes you can feel that your 25c. SOc, dollar and sympathy that ;we have, let Fla.The Baldwin school had a style MILK,3for

or more Is bringing aid, comfort and hope to the victims. Send each other know we understand." show Thursday, March 16th. The 25cOLE

your contribution to: Jack Trawlck, Chairman Red Cross Fund Campaign She said: "You are right !Mrs.\ show was sponsored by Simplicity ORANGES39c

Starke, Fla. Mohr. Patterns. The clothes were' '
Once !In awhile when my column modeled by high school girls. 25 lb. LAND O'SUNSHINEFLOUR

doesn't have room In the paper. There were some very beautiful
some folks write me asking If Jam dresses displayed.
$1.79 Ib. 29c
111. It does my heart a world J. D. Wilkinson was driving

of good to know that I am thought down Main Street In Jacksonville

of and my column mlased. One Saturday evening when a man
writer asked me what happenedto ran into him badly damaging
CHARACTERand my bread the day I had to go Jake' car. The man who ran
Factory Packed
with Don to get\ a body and did not Into Jake hadn't any drivers TROPICALTOMATOES

well known standards of Service get to bake It. Ha. Well In an license or any of the qualiflcathe -
hour we were back. I had It In law requires we understand.
have been earned and maintained by deen loaf pans. It had raised clearto Mrs. Floyd Johns Is In the Navy

long years of faithful attention in the top. I just took It out mixed hospital suffering from complications SUGARWITH
It down and let it raise again. I after her son was born.
Serving economically in this vicinity. baked it and helped Don, too.

Here Is,a poem lent bv Dorothy
Manning one of my Clay Hill pu- How To RelieveBronchitis

pils. She Is in the 9th (trade now
DeWITT C. JONESPhone and was In the third when I tint

7 Starke Fla. girl.taught I her.think I She taught Is a her beautiful to appreciate SIb. 25

beauty and nature and I Crcomuliioo relintlGmp'elybecau.e! 3 25
Funeral Director Ambulance Service i if COM right to the act of the trouble
God.Out to help loosen mod e>p l gene lade.
Our local funeral home enables us to offer convenience and In the night, : phlegm and aid nature to .-& sad CANS
services not otherwise ,vallahle. On a dark hill. ''I heal raw tender, inoimtd bronchial
Tree. stood around me, mucous cmbriMs.TcU your druggist! WITH
,,- 4 Tall, dark and still. : to Mil you a bottle of Cnomukioa FOOD ORDER
Up to the top of heaven \h with be uadencsndinft you mutt like
We furnish the highest type service at lowest price., and the way il quickly allays the
They looked like a mountain cougb You Get What's Advertised At Starke's
accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT Here and there they sprang up or you are to have your money back.CREOMULSION. Leading Food Store.

company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Like a magic water fountain.

Consultation carries no obligation -, And now I know why God (or CoughsChestCeids,Bronchitis j

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MAR '24 1950


Duameas, tne local cnurcn reported
that repairs made to the Lawtey tending tona March bualneRs matters In Day- ter. Quinelle spent lat weekend Vote .and support. will be greatly A. Clerk of paid. < Court
fflT church 11. visiting in Jacksonville and In appreciated Bv Haven Cronby. I'. C
parsonage amounted to -E L. Crawford John J. .. I Makes Your Dollar
$2,000 during the conference year. Charles Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cook and son Folk.ton, Ga. onlal Ave llendemon. 'Ijikenhore, E q Jackmtnvllle., 4SJ1 Coln- Maytag 'I

Officers for the Allen were visiting relatives Miss Marguerite Wainwright Fla.
t"utc'hprell' year were
II. in Ally for fit. a-10 41 3.SI
Miller Ga., last FOR ( OivrtIII4IHKT rowwlssIOEn"'
elected.A wrok- of FSU Tallahassee!, spent the
superintendentdistrict large number of Lawteyltesattended end.Mr. weekend here with her parents To the \merx of fountv. ('..mml.- "" "Tit..: OK 1'\"'. >1IO I TO Go Further!
" and Mrs. Wash Green and Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright.Mr. Inner UUIrlut Number. Two, North HEt.I\TFH llriOl M \ <\MK

_s\'III. of thelurch Vera Starling the funeral services for Mr. and M..... Otis Green of Jack and Mrs. Eugene! Tomas- Sturke I hereby: unnntime my ...llclncv undersigned Notice. I.. ,hereby under given I he provision(that, ..the

. conducted the Mr. young daughter of I sonville were visiting friends here. silo Sr, and sons Eugene Jr.. for County fiimmliiiilonrr subject to of Chapter Z01TH Ijiwn of Florida,
and Mrs. ;
: -hurch" fourth Wilmot Starling held Mr. the will of the Democratic Voters. Act uf 1941. will 1 reclnter( with the
hodi"t at Bethel Baptist church and Mrs. Herbert Nettlvs and John spent the weekend with In the 1"'lmR"' In )111Y. Clerk of (the circuit' Court In and Low Initial Cost
,nference here March cemetery I and baby Larry of High relatives In Tampa. 1 .."i a llfdnnfr! renlilcnt of Bradford for Bradford County. .Florlila the
located Springs, and Low
the regular near Lake City last Sun. spent the County; I nm a property owner fictitious name of Htarke Halter* Upkeepl!
Idltlol to day afternoon March 12. weekend here with her Mrs. Joyce Futch and nor) and a tax paver and I am familiar ManufacturltiH Co. under which Iam
parents. Mr. and Mra Ed Benton. Gainesville with the probleme of the property eniiaired and dotnir business. on
May were in -
The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. North shopping owner and. of the tax paver WanhlnKlon Avenue. Noma from
of High Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice and I Saturday. If you elei ,0'r a* your County the K It. lrpol. In Hiai-ke( Iliadford Look at these quality .*
were visiting family visited the I I rommlHKlnnn 'I to work I County, Klorlila, that the nalil biml.neaa st
friends In Lawtey recently. Jim Godwin fam James Gill of Jacksonville spent for the beet l Intfrent of my dUtrlct la owned. and. operated by the M"ytal.-with, prices /
fly in Maxvllle recently. I the and of the County. and sincerely 'fullowlnir Inlereeted.(
Mr. and weekend here with his slater person
Mrs. .
Howard starting low
Miner and Mr. and Mrs. pledge my brut effort to secure ar..d..tI..n Kinmell K Huh me. ptarke, Pie a as
baby, of Jacksonville were visIting Hampton spent Rex Brookins 011 Mr. Sara Ghld Ings. by mv people In, the, tax burden born" 3-J 4t 3-24 p 134.951! Easy monthly J

his mother Mrs. Effle Miner her parents Mr Sunday and here with Mrs. O. J. Anders and son Bll- I'dv. r will tp and support |is solicit 1"1 S IIIC" I'r t-o-. I1T. 1111 UIFIIM. I/ terms-liberal tradein.We ,,,,
recently. Mrs J. p lie. were visiting relatives in be aoorerlated. f'OI'\'I"( % .'I."IU'I \ IIltr-
Mrs. T. J. Sullivan recently. I Jacksonville this week.ADDRESSES Mlic ely rout It, : ":R'. know ynu 11 be
Terry and Mrs. Joyce during I I. Ren
Mr Naomi
and Vlclnim, Plaintiff
Mrs. H. vn Wall.r'Ielllll"
C. Crews 11'0.1 delighted with these
.. Futch
.J and son. Ralph were mlIT'S the spent \ I'efrnilnnt Cane No 7794,
weekend with relatives in IN (1111'1 IT rot NT. lilt %nr )Hir OIlllKIt, 1-fni.ICATIOV Maying model, Come
Tampa.Mr. I i\M, FI.OIIIII\I IN intI.H \.! AM l> .NoriCK 10 API'KAH: tin
-------, (' : Y.Martha '. I STATE OK' .Kl.0ltmto. waiter. today and let tia give '
and Mrs. Jason Milliard \ Hrrranen. Plaintiff 1 1 Va.' Vlclnim, MhoHu re.l SMART i James Hllllard. and Miss The following new renewal and l..turl ll<*t ranvn, D.t.nda"' Caae.'I dress U: 418 lloonevelt Avenue, you a demonstration.THI .
Rhoden of Alene change of addresses received by No. 7770 I Kndlcott. New York
PLANNING. Pierce were visitIng the Telegraph will be of Interestto ouiiRR OP rrnt.Tr'ATiovAMI : You are r">iitheil| ( tn appear' on \
the Carl Hilliard family :\'OTII"TO( AIM'KAH I April luth 1H5I.( In Die above riMineil MAYTAO CHIIFTAIN.
the weekend.Mire over friends: STAT I.: OK FLUlliriA to' l.nurl I Ooint I and cauav. herein( hliilntlffeeekii I .
America' rln.ot low
To Call Tony Stevens For Linda Carter Mrs. F. C. Allen, Rt. 1, Box Newark Ilerr.nrn, .Nnw u h Jrrrtv<.mn residence I.: trod i'f tlltorre minor child and ciiMtodv Hrailforil and: : con. a 'pricedWHnhvr
nsultos Your of Jackson. 67-A Melrose, Fla. "tv Tnleirraph "Imll. publish elllln'j i-nlllne May <13OCI.I |
ville You
was me" required to
the appear on
weekend guest of her I C. V. Inglerlght Campbvllsburg, April aI.l IK&O, In the. above. namedCourt .inter' In next four weekly Imiueeltnexn In every/-"** *-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl and, \\ mhan.l and ;1"1111 deal -.-4' ..
"kau e therein I
JAutomolwlcranee Wedding The Harley-McRae Ind. divorce llrailforil County I *1950.t Stork. KlorlJa, title March Hh. ::: ._,
wedding In _
Miss Marguerite Wainwright Telegraph shall rublliih this Order ,
Banquet i Starke Sunday. March 12. was at : in next four weekly (tupuenWltne.B (OKKICIAI. SKU.I A J Thmmaa, _
change from Tallahassee to 4060 An l-lcik of Jill Culilt
And Birthday tended by a large number of Law. mv hand and nfflrlal 'I Hv' lliiven croHhI: I) i* i
Green St., Jacksonville Fla. real Rl Rtnrke, ,
tey relatives and friends. Florida this Fb- T Frank T.antirum, Starke' FIR.I .
PICTURES L. A. Wiggins 4653 Sappho Ave., ruary 34th. 1950 Ally( for Plf. 8-10'f i SI
Johns OFFICIAL SKM.I : ) A J Thomas, I __
try E. STEVENS PTA Dinner ,Jacksonville: Fla. Aa. (M,.rk of Bald. Court lciH iir fVl it r, niitiiKoiui.. I II
PHOTO| The Lawtey Parent-Tracher I Mrs. 1. R. Lambert 6643: Hy flaxen froeby( p ('. Cot\'r; \' Fl.OIIIIMl IV 111 %\- H r'+'1
As- |{. O Krown 8tarke, Fla ">:"'". M
Agency soclatlon Georgia Ave. N. W. .
FINISHING | is sponsoring a chicken Apt. 103 Atty. tor fir 3.3 4t 114C01NI I tuaar U ttvatt Plaintiff. v*. Tluloe
B_ STARKE, FLA. dinner Saturday night beginning Washington 12 D. C. KNtelle llvatt liefendant. Cane No' red _
Where every roll Is expertly j at 6 oVIotk! In the Lawtey Junior Mrs J. R. Jones Ralford Road -- 778.1.OnPKlt: OF Pt'llt.H'ATtON, n

rlet9Nwptd, Printed or Enlarged high school cafeteria. A complete care A. T. Cappa Sr. Fayette. : I" 1114'11'1'" tilt...r. 1111 tIFI111I1 AND NOT1CK" TO AI'PBAR |
> FU.IIIU'I IM 9UN. BTATM OK Kl'OHItlA In ItebvoEat.lls
dinner including dexnert. vine. N. C. I ('KIO. I
will cost fly"" whose realdence In*
LOCATED AT :DAIIMER'SGIFT only 60c. The price for I. K l.nwe.' rlnlnll/r( vs.. t.aitra E.Low. Uexlnirton. South: Carolina.
children I .. Drrendnnt( Ca"e :>I... 778J. You ,.
are required to appear .nApril
|HE TRAVELCR5, ttolt/M< SHOP-110 Call St., la 35c. POLITICAL OHOKTl I'F PI'ltUICATIOS 10th. IHTKl, In the aliove namedfourt ,
.. ., AM NOTK'B
--!- I-| --000 and iMUe, vtheieln' plaintiff
The Methodist church PTATK OK FL.OHIPA to: Laura eeeka divorce. Itrntlfoid I'uunivTelegraph
met K Lowe, whose residence. I.. Un shall publish' thin Older THI MAYTAO MASTIC, foist Till MAYTAO COMMANDIS.Maytaa ,
: at the home of Mrs. George Roberts known. I In next four weekly :l sauna. avert Hop squire| ulurnl.. with Inn. >fiure poreelele tub..
Men's, Clothing Tuesday afternoon for the von '('''I' TV e0Mele.10\Ftt' ]You are required to appear on I Wltnexn mv' hand and official deal mum. tub hoMe Fast, efficientmnn | .
VAREZ STORE STRICT, TWO April Idrh. ll'SO.' in the at "'..rk.. of tmnfinr
I11I IIIR ati 'vt> namet1 Florida thin tlh ..
I regular monthly ,s >ei>.pe' w.! 79 ..
Established 1891 program and social Tn the ]Voler of 1-Tmlforil County! Court and. caiiNe, wherein plain March. 1950.IOFFH'IAI 1(1 C/r.fo.m ctlo $15495
meeting. 1 hi.rehv announce. myself. a. A tiff MeekH divorce, llraflford County SKM. A. J, Thomai, hot lunam. -
Candidate for re-election. a. (".."nly"o"ml..lon..r. Telegraph nhall inibllph thla Order I A. Clerk of HRIeI Court
WMU of the Bnpll.it Church lilntrkt TwoNorth In next fourvrrkly lHHiiia.Wltn 1v haven CroHlw.. l II f
met with Mrs. T. J. Terry at Tier I Rtnrkv). I wish to irate. that. I I ". .. mv hiiiul' and i fflilHl ... '"hn.J HendxtNon, taq| 112 Polo ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLY
eland for (thit HHIIIV prlnc'lpnlii that nt Htaike, "KUirlila this Dth of ilal, Ave Uikcfhine, JMI'kmjm Ille.,
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o' T have alwaye Momf for' economyIn 11.60.fO"'Flf'l. .n.1 I Kla.. I Inv J. Fla.
clock for a program and social ciK'nillnir and] lower tnx.n. Your I. "":.\!.) A T for Pit Z-m ** '-1 It. Mite Owner Starke.


Lawtey Baptist church members

Pays ToraaeWith Slade attending the BTU mass meeting
Monday night were pastor G. V.
"'" GAS Lee Misses PROPANE{
Wall, Mary Julia Futch Mra.Joyce .
GAS Appliances Putch, Marklee Rauleroon Arnold

Smith Benton: FuUh, and Carl Ed r

ADE GAS COMPANY Inc. wards. ((8 ; 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones and

children of St. Augustine were
Call St. Starke Fla. guests of Mr and Mrs L. H. Hill '

L. R. Futch and S. J. Flitch of

FOR ALL TYPES OF Jacksonville were visiting relatives

Mr. and ;Mrs A. T). Crosby of
OR PHONE Starke were visiting here Sunday

(RIDA PEST CONTROLnd afternoon ,

CHEMICAL CO. Mr and :Mrs!\ Truman Norman N'O; .W
Hobby Norman and Mr. and Mrs.J. .
1 Ua.\ St. Gainesville Ph. 6035 C Trcvatt. Sr., were visingVIr : Ir.t.!

fiitcs Rodents All Household rests and Mrs J. C Prevatt Jr. in
'I S.dn F-3 Exprm shown It on. of ov.r
,Ong Flume 1'roofing Dunedm last weekend
175d.Iolnlh.1950fCHdTYCkIn.1 .
Mr. and ;Mrs Ovtd Futch knd "nn i 4'Q '

ln'[)citliiim and Ktttlmatcs: iiiven by GraduatelntnmiiliiK4j of Gainesville! were visiting Mrs. IFutch's | 2 SIXES and 2 V-S's !

; (( (t'nlvorslty of Florida). parents, Mr and Mrs. Ed k

licy K. Mipp Roy V. Roig May. over the weekend. aM

.fniepht tley. Thomas NEW POWER like the new 6-cylinder, ItO-h.p

Mr and Mrs J. W. Thomas of Rouge 254, brings your choice of Ford Truck engines 4 1.I 1
N. C. are anmninong !-
I Hendersonvllle the arrival\ of a son, Joseph ., to tour In the 50 Fords you can pick from 45-hp.

Wesley, in St. Vincent Hospital, : and 110-h.p. Sixes, or 100-h.p. and 145-h.p. V-8's

,Jacksonville on Tuesday. March r :; y, -the only V-8's In trucking. Only Ford Truck give
14 Mrs. Thomas Is the former p t y w + you a choice of V-8 or Sid
ffllS WHK ONIYIT Miss Ernestine Moore of LawteyMr

and Mrs. Bernard Rosier and

family of Ft Pierce spent the
Thru Apr. 1
weekend here with her parents?. 41r

Mr and Mrs. Carl Hilliard.
Mrs J J. Smith and daugh. i ,


IN < nu' ,ir KI.WHIIHI" oinr.toiii DRPP'ORD ICelt.... ..

,'En: ':' .
Nina U Young", Plaintiff. V" James r
e' Young, liefenilant Cell No. U
e "". l.1! -TTOV r 4 r r -.ar I' "
PTATB OP.FI.Om! to: James .j
E. Young whose residence l I.: Un-: .
"y"C'r*' reniilr-rt to appear an
WHTBy March In the shove n.m
Sn.1 cause, """ In'n.
rd Court "J"
: eltp.todY: eontrnl .
EXPERTS tiff '.eekm '
1'r t oT minor .hlhl T'Tn"rd I
ACME ('ollnlY T..rrrar.h. .hal1 pobll.h hl.Onlsr
w..klv I..u.
RTS Witness mV hand amt official real\
al Starke;: Florida, this FebruarY

,i ad r. Py -eth.. 1050r0FFU'rAt.( $BU.) A..7 'T'hnmA". NOW .
,, said court
A. (
j dC haven Cr".bv., I 'W ::1 l lrt '

.'. : I F. .K rerrynlan Pit I'llIrk..24 FlarMA H 3-11 'BONUSttwfcof gfv.a fa eJdeios fe

\' tm 1 1I h viual/ or ttrkffy du."_W.btl.r.
; '
1'f IIff II'r BH nroBi ,
< I.UUII %
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I ( I.It,. 175 MODELS '
IRr"'n_ N. I.nn HI1IIIII.I., J (7ood food I>.. .. 1't.II".j OVER I

N';, 718.I r
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ANh NnTI"P' T" AI'I'iAlt I
1 I I STATE 0' 'I"I.ilIIIA 10'' Nelson NEW MODELS in the
.. And art.'dr. Light Duty, Heavy Duty
re.ldoere ,
.1 wh''"e NOW'
.1 1 tL:" i .
WITH ATTACHMENTS .... I. 8 ('h"'r' 111'.1.' IAlne.. and Extra Heavy Duty classes have expanded the
i "" Ynu: are. relulr'd to appear "nllar..h Ford Truck line for 1950 to over 175 models. This
7Ih. 1060 In the above n.m
I(I 1..1: l Court sod rauae Bradford. wherein\ County plaln wide selection means that we have the right truck ...

I I ;TH';. 'trai.h: I.t .diynrn.p.. 'weekly:! :;MI-li: u thl.i. Orderrt'SVs for you no matter what you haul.Ford e r

/ I I at w Stark"ItneeF. .my Florida hand .and this.HI..I"I FebruarY peal 21 1 SMART IDEAS I "

i ?jerk &, paid'hnmu Court.: ,

.y, I..ndrum.. I';: F1f."IA NEW FEATURES like the 15' x 5* rear brakes for
'T' Frank
Ally for 1'f.CARPENTER'S! Stake. n 1-11 Series F-7, new air brakes available on Series F-8; new

NONE SOLD TO ,...... _
___--- r- I 176-in. wheelbase
I, in Series F-5 and F-6 for 13-ft. to

DEALERS! 16-ft. bodies. New features, new power, new models plus

-l I Bonus Built construction: which means big 'reserves of

and 21 smart ideas in
power oil, are yours

2 4W MIOIDIMC 1 PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS Trucks Cost Less Becausen the 1950 Ford Trucks. See them todayl)


y 11L0; ;; .., RARELOOR74 I



Using latest regl'trttlon dt en 6.106,000 truck, life insurance expert prove ford Trr/cli f.t< ",.,!
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,Forsyth St. : ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
> rr.* "Ma* d.mciwtr 1Ion of_. hIIy g.......... .ebwSTATi .. I .

OCaa Cleave. ......... willi Strad.aral. I II ,.. ,, ;./,-:- ,

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II II I PHONEDay Madison & Adams Streets STARKE, FLA. Telephone 118

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MAR{ 24 1950.. 1t J



Baptist fWMU, Circle 1 BPW Plans Drive Junior Club Plans WSCS Members Hear Plans DiscussedFor Tourist Club Plans \

Met TuesdayThe For Easter SealsThe I Dinner On March 30Members Talk On JapanThe New Girls ClubA Outdoor Supper

'" \ members of the Baptist W. :March meeting; of I the who have Joined the Methodist WSCS held Its group of girls from Melrose, 'Several visitors w,,, '"","
Club the regular monthly business and Hampton Waldo and Starke met at the meeting of the
: Starke Business and Profe lonalWoman'a Junior Woman'a dilrlng Stark ''
M. U. met in the educational: House Tuesday 1st Club *:
6' Club was held Monday past year will be honored at a program meeting In the Church In St. Mark's Thursday
# building of the church last Tues evening March 20, at 7:30: o'- supper Thursday evening. March Monday afternoon March 20, at evening at 7:30: o'clock for a I at T:30: In the Amen. ", I..tr.r1

,-_ day afternoon, March 21, at clock In St. Edward's recreation 30, at 7:30: o'clock In the Wom 3 o'clock. party and to discus plans for organizing .' Hall.

Residence Caldwell Office 3 o'clock, for the regular business hall. an's Club building. Miss Kate Struth had charge of a Rainbow Girls Club. Those winning prize f f"
June devotional. and Mrs. A. Z. the evening, games and score In the card game J-;
the During
J>II. State Farm 45 Editor l'boDe 2. and program meeting Mra Pauline Torode president, The hostess committee will be G. R. Corwin vet
There were 44 members present reported that the Eaater Seals the Mrs. D L. Thomas., chairman, Adklns, program chairman Introduced group singing were enjoyed anda R. E. of New y')rt J"!,
Sherman ,
- group planned to mall for benefitof Mrs. M E. Land. Mrs. Don Page, Mrs J. W. Andrews, discussion of plans for the new MI*, '",*
M. F. Hazen had <
Mrs. charge Humphries, Mr. J.
the Crippled Children's Society Mrs. Jim Bitch, Miss Llllfan who gave! a most Interesting talkon M ettcb
Annual Florida WMU Wallace Thigpen of the program and her topic was club was led by Mrs, Leonard Hall. and Mrs. F. B. Humphriw
of Florida had not arrived. She Stump. Mrs. Merry Beth Smith "Life and Custom In Japan"During ,
"Am I My Brother' KE'eperT"Those her talk Mrs. Andrew dis- At the close of the evening. Ice Plans were completed ,
Meeting To Be Held Honored On BirthdayWallace the will attempt to get them beforeIt and Mrs. Richard Ray. ur ''
taking part on programwere la too late for mailing she add- played trophies sent to her by her cream and cake were served by outdoor supper to be held It. ,,
Mrs E. D Tenley, Mrs. F. "'
The B6tl annual meeting of the Thigpen was honoredon ed. WCTU Notice son who Is In Japan at present the hosts who were members of Colonial Inn, home of Mr coo IC,
Florida Baptist Woman' Mission the occasion of his sixtieth I). Beard and Mrs HAzen. Mrs Several new members were voted Mrs. W. O. Halle, president, pre the Waldo Eastern Star. :W. H. Nollman on West t Stan! "

ary Union will be held in the birthday anniversary with an out; Beard St. John gave 1. the devotional from on and reports were given by The Laura Scott Chapter of the sided over 'the business meetingand Twenty girls were present. Street on Thursday ein( ,,
Nora Mayo Auditorium at Winter door dinner Sunday March 19, i the social committee and treas officers for the coming year March Sf), at 6:30: o'clok TV'.
Haven, April 4-6, beginning given by Mrs. Thigpen at their 1 Mrs. S. E. Sparks, president, urer. Members were reminded of W C T. U. will hold Its regular were elected Mrs. L. A. Davis suppers are looked forward' toi

.with a night session on Tuesday, home near the Conway Airpark. i presided over the business ses- the next district meeting April 16 monthly business and social meet. headed the nominating commit Pearce, Mrs. Herbert Deal. Mrs.H. the members of I the club

April 4. The meal was served from sion. Minutes were read by Mr*. in the Mayflower Hotel In Jacksonville Ing In the chapel annex of the tee. The meeting of the Gainesville : H. Adams Mrs. J R. Hill, Mrs. At the close of the T...\!.

An outstanding program has table placed in the yard under W. L, Andrews and various reports with that club as host. Gospel Tabernacle on East Mad- district of the WSCS, held :Titus Olson, Mrs. I. P. Shephet'd refreshments were served 3, .'
been arranged for the meeting.I the shade trees, and Mr. Thigpen I Those wishing to attend are asked ison Street next Friday March ,In Ocala on Tuesday, March 21, 'and Mrs. W G. Halle. hostess committee.
Mrs. M. M.
were given.
Some of the out-of-state speakersare received many nice gifts of remembrance to contact Mrs. Mildred Sapp, 31, at 3 o'clock. Hostesses will was discussed and plans were -- New members are wPI red,
Miss Gladys Keith, Superintendent on this occasion. En- Morgan was elected treasurer following who la 1 in charge of the arrange-' be Mrs. Mable Mersereau, Mrs made for the following to attend Voting In. a cl\lc 1 duty. Don't to the club and Invited 'I
the resignation of Mrs. V. Ruby Goodman and Mrs. J. F. this It. Register\ before April shuffleboard courts
of River Front Missions, joying this affair were a large ments. Several bet Jflcatlon meeting: Mrs L. D. Green neglect on the '01u
V. Hazen. Plans were made for Stewart Mrs. Bertha 1. Vote 2nd. hot:.. lawn.
New Orleans; Dr. Albert McClel- number of friends and relatives projects were discussed and committees -I E. K. Perryman, Mrs.
the W. 1\[. U. rally to be held at
lan. Director' of Publications Executive -I appointed to carry them -

Committee of the Southern Beta Sigma Phi the church committees on April were 21. The appointed following -. out. Woodman CircleMrs. ..:::::::::::::.:::::::::: .:..,..,,::.:::.;::. ,I::: :::;::I ::::':::::'::::::::::::::::':':.:::.: f.:::'::';::::::"::::': : A''

Baptist Convention; Rev. W. The Gamma Theta Chapter of by the president: Mrs. T. B. Following the meeting members Moore I
Aubrey was
appointed -
enjoyed delicious refresh-
H. Bryant of Alabama, missionary
Beta Sigma Phi will hold its'regular Mrs. Luther
registration; ,
Harding ments at the home of Mrs. Mil- financial secretary of the Wood-
to Chile; and several others. bl-mcnthly meeting next Powell, flowers; Mr*. R. A'I Circle at the PICE OF
Several leaders from Florida will dred Sapp Hostesses were Mrs. men regular meeting K-THE THE CRO
Monday. March 27, at 8 p.m. The Thomas, Mrs. H. L. Hough Mrs Melba Par tin. Mm. Helen Malone held on March 16. Her address
also be heard. meeting will be held at the homeof .B. S. Outlaw, greetings; and Mr. i
and Miss Della Rosenburg. Host- Is route 1, box 231, at Starke
All WMU members, pastor andl.adera Mrs. Robert Barksdale MadIson Morgan
on W. L. Andrews. Mrs. M. M. -
limits the old
ewes for the April will city on Blanding
are urged to attend this Street All members are requested Mrs. B. T. Thomas, Mr. F. 1
be Mrs, Pauline .road. The next meeting of the -
Torode Mrs. Mil-
convention If It i Is at all possible j to be<< present Shaw, Mr!. Roy Ward. Mrs. J. A. dred Sapp and Mrs. Madge Whit-- 'circle will be held on Tuesday '. ,. ', 11- "I,

Griffin and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, uig. night, March 28, In Woodmen hall.Jr I ." "' I
hostess committee '. I

.ASK Nl'MAN WHO KNOW' WATHMAItERtRC Rev. L D. Haloes gave an In- : ;','.. "
trestlng' talk on "Southern Baptists. ,
," dLitAbLthtP '. ',. I I

prayer The meeting by Mrs. L.was D.closed Haines.with ; P.'V .. .1. .. I


Griffis HonoreeAt 2Ib.or2cln.
'UP .. 1 Surprise PartyE. Well, Aunt Carolyn finally missiles and all that sort of thing,

CNE tracked down Lila Rae (Caldwell) I think. Their home addressIs Ij" D 4' CELERY Pascal Goldenheart 2 for
or lie
I* Crlffls, Jr., waa host on Yawn andfound her caring for 4109 Hueco St., El Paso, Texas. I :

i Saturday! March 11, at a surprise new son Terry or Alex Theron That poverty apron which Mar-
s ';,' I party i honoring his wife Pauline, Yawn HI that Is, I'll have you Ian Howe presented to president Pickle Patch Sweet GREEN BEANS, 2 lb. '- 27c

My personal Integrity and profession. backed :' C an her birthday. to know, and found that she plansto Pauline Torod* of the B & P W Pickles 22 39c
oz. -
d by 40 years of experience In Fine Watch Repairing Late in the evening, the lovely return to Wall's Insurance Club Monday evening Is a cute LEMONS, nice size, doz. 37<

ill jour Guaraatee'of' Sat l..f action. v I birthday I cake, decorated with Agency on April 1st. Another idea. Seems you measure your
I pink i and green, wall served with Former Starkelte has returned to middle and sew Intoa patch pocket LETTUCE, 2 heads .23c1
I Ice cream. the old -home ground with Louise the number of pennies that Dromedary
r Ed Simpson (Jackson) Cain again bookkeeping Inches. Mildred Nut Roll 19c
Mrs Crlffis received many love you are Doyle - -
** Seaboard R.R. Watch Inspector I ly gifts from the guests. at Bradford Engineering Com- caught a group of Coke-drinkers YELLOW ONIONS 3 lb. -l 13t l

GEM JEWELRY Enjoying this affair with Mr. pany and staying with Mother in the A A P Saturday and succe ,
Margaret Jackson. They also ifully measured Jess Alexander
I and Mrs. Grlf'la were Mr and Jane Parker
( have with them Robert and Hilda V. R. Ferguson and Bert 29c
Mrs. Paul UnderUH, Mr. and Mrs.
Jackson and their children and SImmons, among others. Recent Chips 1 lb. Can > 79c
i Smith! Devoe. Mr. And.Mrs. J. H.
Chttty and Mr. and Mr. Robert Hilda Is stenographer at United movers Include Prof. Chaa. Mixed Green Salad, 8 oz. cello bag 19c!
]Hancock.. Plastics Robert Is radar'man Partin with wife, Melba and son

with the Rational Guard unit at Buster who are occupying their S..nnYfl. i Corn COLE SLAW, 8 oz. cello bag 15c
Blanding and Is leaving soon new home the former Miller I Flakes 14c
for a two month training tripto house on West Madison Street. ,
Fla. Red Bliss Potatoes 5 Ib. tatx
Ft Monmouth, N. J. EltrabPth Andrews says It's very :

Starke still expandingwith the nice being a lady of leisure for
Special Sale At 'R. L. Morgans moving into their at least until June, when Salted Nut Meat Mix, 6 oz. - 39c

new home at the north city limits with husband Guy, she'll get
this week The Starke Motor hACk Into harness out at the M
bunch s 5t
Court already starting their addition Starke Motor Court. Seems Fancy CARROTS, (
on the north side. An entirely Denver Deverlck of West Virginia

LEILA'S DRESS SHOPPE : new court under construction Is flaking: over the Farm. Home i.
next to Carl Johns' Temple anci 'Auto Supply. .:, Paratrooper )

Motor Court on Temple Avenue. Bobby Frazier of Ft. Bragg, Why "Super Right"A&Ps

Dowling'a mule lot still furtherout N. C., spent a few days with par- TASTY
SLIPS, straight cut, sz. 32-44 now houses a garage and ents. Clarence and Ruth Frazier MEATSARE
used car lot In It's front end and In Graham following these strenuous -
s he State, la building more plat. maneuvers around Puerto Oven Treats

98c & $1.25 form apace to take care of corn Rico. f He made his first night TODAY BEST BUY

HOSE, 51 guage, 15 denier ,- truck. out at the State Farmer'sMarket jump recently and said It. was no

. Jane. Parker .
picnic. Today when many Mores are offering meat In variety oItlcn lr qua
Dairyman Mamhman Reddish! A group of enthusiastic "house- at widely different prices, families everywhere ar buy!.|
and Trudell Crawford are plan Warming, friends HOT CROSS
surprised s "Super-Right" meat. unlit only at AP with complete ronfldrm
$5.95 to $8.95 ning an earlt Spring wedding; Indeed George and Mildred Sapp Mon-
COTTEN DRESSES, reduced for clearance It may have, already happened -I day evening and took five bloom- BUNSPkg.oflO You ran tract ALP: to take the guesswork out of meat buying(,(for

by this time. t Understand Ing azalea plants and a night every "Super-Right"" cut Is guaranteed to glv you qualit .alb

Elms Lee HIckey and groom blooming cereus from thejr yard. faction guaranteed to be tender juicy and delicious' <(
Jimmy Spurlin really had a hard Incidentally, Mildred has three cute to be your br..t meat buy or your money will be cheerful!)'

COTTON PETTI SKIRTS $1.98 & $2.98 time getting their knot tied In the baby Chihuahuas which must f 1 25c ref nded. Change to fine taxiing, fine quality '"Suprr-RUM"

Penney Farms Chapel last Thurs weight about half a pound each. meat today. You're always right with "Super-Right." "
day. Seems the best man decided Finally caught up with the Ma-
at the last minute that he nassas and found that they have "SUJ>ER-RIGHT' HEAVY WESTERN BEEF

& needed a new suit and dashed off j I a bowling alley on Florida Av- Jane Parker JellyRoll
BLOUSES lace trimmed batista $3.98
+ to Jax to look for one, taking the 1,fenue! In Lakeland and Henry and 33cJane Brisket Stew Ib. 2
- at
ring with him and didn't get,I I Helen have already moved with
back In time. ? A substitute Arthur and Iris joining them

best man and a substitute ring soon. Be sure to atop by to "SUPER-RIGHT" END CUT PORKLoin
GOWNS----------- $1.98 &' $2.98 cot things started and then the 1Iee.them if you're In that part of Parker Plain

preacher succumbed to I the excitement the state. ,. Donuts doz. 18c Roast Ib. 45c
of the moment. and almost'I Must. atop now and attend the
fainted several times and when I 1 baby show In the USO If I can

fInally' the ceremony was over get in the door. So long'see Jane Parker Cherry CORN KING
and Elma Lee dressed for the', you .in the next.

CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARJ>ENTEU.S -CARPENTER'S reception in the Inn, she foundshe'd Carflyu. Pie 53c Sliced Bacon 1 lIb. pkg. -45c

left her golng-away shoesn I I .
Don't be content to criticizegovernmental
the groom's which
car waa In
Starke. fault. Correct Marvel HimwMj QUICK FROZEN OCEAN HEADLESS
and someone had to be
Complete Selection( Easter Gifts dispatched for them. Anyway I them 'with your ballot. Registernow Bread 18c
"Slrna tee was a beautiful bride I, and vote. May 2. Large Shrimp lb. -' 65c

!'n the traditional white lace and I I
Nunnally's]) EASTER CANDIES90c$2.50 'satin gown -
Jane Parker Spanish ROLl
At the cirrus recently spotted HERMANS BRAUNSCHWIEGER 10 oz.

Chocolate Fruit & Nut Eggs 'Va & I lb., 65c $1.25 Oink and Edna Hart with dotter, D ILC Bar Cake29c

Kay. and Norma Jean Adams with 1W Liver Sausage _ 25c
Easter Sachet Bunnies I 1.00 '
$ plus tax children. John and Jane. Hazel STARKE FL':.'

Complete Line Fine Perfumes$2.00 to $27.50 Fields and Herb Green and others -

too numerous! to mention. I Fri. & "Sat' Man 24 I/; 23 Ann -- \\OKTHMORE: 'ASST. TALCO BRAND
Tauter bunnies and bankets
FEATURED.THISVEEK blossoming out up and down Call are DOUBLE FEATURE: Page 7 Jelly Eggs - 19c EGG 'LAYING

ti Street but with Easter early 4 ,
Tru-Flavored Fresh Fruit SUNDAE S I his year-en the 9th-we will MAD GHOUL Foods r DULY MASH

have time for chilly weather. I II Turban Anker
Dog Meal 5 Ib. 45cA&Ps ,
PEACH Humphrey Gol.l. Is 'makingan -ANDRANGERS- I 1.19
entry Into the Softball field this Finest 25 lb. BAG

20 I vear with such veteran players RIDEWith ARMO.URS: STAR _

STRAWBERRY I "It Joe MoGee. Jerome Frtck. an' -'- Treet --40c OUR OWN
I WUIanl Browning. Vlck Free Jimmy Uakrlj
Ann Pane !
0 RASPKERRY I, ViII handle the all-Important Job Alan Short &: Serial" SparklePudding ARMOl'RS CORNED:/ BEEF TEA BAGS
if managing\ and Is all set for pkg. - 5c
Served With Whipped Cream and CherrySHOPPERS' the ball "capon with a most he- I Sun., lon., Tuea., Mar 2628BADMAN II Hash 33c TEA
; Doming new c dew haircut Incl- Ann Page" Chill 04 45c C
SPECIAL ,dentally It's another girl (Kathy I OF.TOMBSTONE) Sauce 8 17c
oz. - -
STUFFED SALAD50c Marie) for Vtck an' Charlotte Sausage 18c
':'nngratulatlonaf Sorry to Ann Page Pork 4 MILD and MELLOW
(('ho.te. Tuna or fhl.krn) UHh Pickle. Chip. Lettuce Sliced Boiled. Egg hear that Thelma Mendoza (Mrs. ARMOURS CORNED:/
Beans 2
Carl) broke her - EIGHTO'CLOCK
arm In Hawaii Barry Sullivan, MarjorleReynold Beef 43c
and had to return to the States
pl"yam! 3siswIOiit I Reliance and dependability are features of our f I from that world tour she waa. I'II' Ann Page ARMOURS: : CHOPPED
AIM New oil Short
making ,with.a group of Jacksonville Subjects Macaroni9c
L' prescription service that meet with uour cornt, 6Y notable Glimpsed Es- Ham -' -.50c COFFEEs
Wed. & Thun.. March, 28 & 29
I ..
telle Black danhln' about thecourthouse I \ Urap
plete satisfaction. Call on for UOfBLJS FEATURE NOODLK SOtT MIX
f us aualltu ]other day on official Jelly 20c 1 Ib. 67c
drugs at minimum bu lnes.. Secretarying It'' Liptons ., 33c
n prices. Telephone 61" for teems., for husband Tolbert who TWO MUGS FromBROOKLYN 3 Ib.' 1.95 -

's back practicing law in Lake ANN PAGE
prescription service
day or night.CARPENTER'S.
r City. Card this week from Mary i
Wall who was finally able to Join I TOMATOSOUP
A. E. In Texas after she and I Wm. Bendlx. Max Baer

daughter, Murla. were delayed In ANDForbidden_
Fr: their departure by the latter'a8erlolla

illnesa Seems A. E. Is TrailBuck
The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled f attending the Artillery School at 300 East Call
Ft. Bliss. Texas (AAA A TM Jones, Tim McCoy 3 for f 25c

Branch) whatever that Is. Plan Short A: Serial" .w......>,...:.v.... ,\_. Starke. Fla. _
Something to. do with guided : : -- -- -

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MAR 24 I 93"0U.R

!t. I9bO


Byron Brantley returned to An. Miss Betty Mayhugh of Gainesville houses on North Temple Ave. tiff seeks diver. Ttradford County !I INOTIr' TO PKnvR AXSWRR. OR seal at Rtarke' Florida, tale 10th

gelar Ind., last weekend ifte spent last weekend here Mr. Free. (la purchasing agentfor Order Telegraphhall In publish this. j 1 OTHEIl!: PI-KADINcm day .if :March, 1950
next four weekly IssuesWitness '
spending several weeks here visit- visiting Mr and Mrs. E. D. Tenly. Humphreys Gold FIOI1II to May- OFflCIAL" BRAD A. J. Thomas,
Corp. mv: hand and official dish II rmilvy, Hllver "11). New
ing his parents Mr. and Mrs C. She attended the Man Hill Glee seal at "'ak."rlda' this March Mexico. Aa Clerk of paid Court
I C.
ny Haven Crosby, P.
C. 17th. 19&0O.'FICIAI.
Brantley Club concert at the Baptist church Recent births In Shadycrest Hospital ( SEAL: ) A J. Thomas. You an requlnd, I In serve your Ociirv* 1. Patten, "Blarke' Fla.Atty .
Answer other
or pleadlnait on ; 2.114
and Mrs. fur IMf. 44
Summersand Saturday evening. were:
A- Clerk of said Court April ill. 1950. In the above namedCourt
IN THE NEWS daughter Dianne of Gainesville Buddy Faxon of Florida Southern Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colaon of fly 1ayen 'r..h\ D. 1' and <'aun,*,, wherein I'laln-
A. J. Thomas, .ir. Ktarke, Flu lift aeeka 'mndiflulinn nf I the
..... spent Sunday here visiting I College at Lakeland spent last Stark, a girl Linda Kay, on Ally for Pit 11-84 41 414IN Final Perree of l I'Ivur.'r' ntpreil In
.y Ada Alexander She ririMilt fotnt" In' and fin Uradfont
weekend' here visiting his mother, March 8. TIAACACWAVS + '
Ann Flynn returned Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Jayson shirts for men at.Mr. W. D. Faxon. Mr. and Mra. T. C. Dempsey of TMK <'IIH. IINI'l I r I Ol 1'r HT.OK KII.KTIIJIIMC'11. : Kl.OH.lilt. teal County.HC aa. tt.Flurlda,...."...,. .n the Iiinr amount 24. r O(1+yg r

tty day after spending then Douglas last wekend were Mr. Stump's.Mrs. l Mrs. Comer Long of Belle Glade Starhe a boy Eddie 'Wayne on ..''liT"1%. 'IS MI l'IIa'lilll'FOR, IsiRFORR1D : from,>f alimony line ltlndrti and .!rapport amid Seventy money POPS

Macon. Ga., visiting Douglas' brother-in-law and sister, Mary E. Wynn returned the guest of her mother-in-law, March 9. John L Vsulev five Dollars. pel' month. ti> the .um f- .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plaster of Jack-"her home here Monday after to jl. F. H. Long thin week. Mr and Mrs. It. B. Thornton of -vsMayillth-J'IIIII'II11 4 Hrailfnrcl>f' One lltinilred.'ntint Killnra Telegraph. per month hall, I -d7dSl r""rPE e

"TMrrp'D. Reddish sonville. visiting her daughters. Mrs. E. Recent gusts of Mr. and Mrs Stark, a boy. on March 12 ; It '.aul..)'. publish weekly I iMHtieaWltnexa this 'ii.1.'" in next four .,/ /DUS .

I u tc Tyus spent last Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L O. D. Reynolds. of Jacksonville. Beach E. D. Tenly were Rev and Mra. ORDER 'OF" J'l'llt.lOATION:! AND' my hand and official) r

visiting relatives In Hazen last weekend were their and Mrs. A. A. Peters of Jacksonville I H, H. Walters and daughter Mr and l Mrs Joseph Wesley -"

bee son-in-law and daughter Mr. and for several weeks. Julia Ann of Lake City. Thomas of Lawty are announcing a, !Io.t:'

Caldwell was calledk Mrs. Don Patray of Gainesville.Mrs. Guests of Mr. and Star Brand work the birth of a son Joseph Wes. i
G Mrs A. E. dress and
of : ley Thomas. Jr., born DENMARK'S Have One of Our Nice Specials f
week because Annie Tuesday
1 this Wainwright had asher McKinney last Sunday were Mrs I shoes for men and boys atStump's. f
of her' brother-in-law, guest last weekend her nice McKlnney's brother and sister- morning In St. Vlncrnt'c Hospital

Ugue. ( She was ac- Mrs. Ada Potter of West Palm I in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hazen. Mrs. W. E. Bradley and Mrs. Jacksonville( Mrs Thomas Is the GIVDELIVERY DeLuxe GLIDERS i
Mr and Mrs. T A. Beach. of Jacksonville. I former' Miss Ei-m-stlne Moore of
j by J. B.
Sapp spent last weekend In [
A.V.. Anderson, Guests of Lavvtey. At It 1.95 Saving! Reg. 29,95 Yal.
Mr and Mrs
: Gotham: Gold Stripe nylon I( A E. I Gainesville visiting their slater,
,al l services were held hose at 'j McKinney last weekend were Mrs. Donle Moore WITHIN 50 MILES
at 4 o'clockrst Stump's.Mrs. I I their son. Everette POLITICAL ('h..I.-.. of ..r..II. Red Make jour p >rrh or d

|K afternoon Presbyterian Churchk. T. H. Howard of Daytona Daytona Beach and McKinney Miss Connie, of Mr. L. S. Hutto spent the weekIn ANNOUNCEMENTS KASY TEKMS V.-llc.w. DfnlKnttl for lawn -iuillfiil.. SolliJnhert a

Beach arrived last weekend fora [Knight of Keystone Heights Tampa visiting Mr and Mrs. comfort Bin! iM-anty. 2500 metal anal A:

k. Mrs. John Childress week's visit with her uncle and I I Mr. and Mrs. N. Wainwright. J. W. Rltter and l family. KOI f"tH "Tt' 4 law w l-"IOMitI'iMimc Use our budget plan. Iuirk.
Jacksonville aunt. Dr. and Mrs. W E Middle- Jr. left last Mrs. Shellle Hall and daughter "r .'0' HI
:urday in weekend for Miami Miss Sharon Hall spent the weekend I fit',i-itv Announce t.. the Democrat .
Lends, and shopping.! ton. where' they will spend a week II t< \'.;' -ra..r (,'"""11' ('unun la.
visiting friends In Jacksonville with Mr. and itniu'r LUntrli-i No 4. omprlHlnirth Select "The Smart"for BARGAIN I
!I.. Mrs. TlUman 1..ln' of ilrftham, Hampton
Mrs. E. C. Sparks of Gainesville I ana ThcifMHn.. .. (hat 1 *m a I'anll.date Our recent 11 I
New shipment Easter .
; rtu< reed mvwclf MM Bounty
spent last
visiting her I dresses Coin,m ln lonir so beers tt< the jrlnftrli I. j
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and' for children rt ..M in May HEI: (with legs)
LAST I C filar Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Stump's.Bob I urn thurotiirhly familiar with
I thn dot IH I nf the nffu*p and l If Porch lawn was so "successful, that
Mr and Mrs. H B. Sullivan' DeVane of Paris Island S. .1.1| | proiiiltiv mv best ."nrtoIn or I
spent Sunday in IC.| spent last weekend here visijtlng )behalf" of lit* rltmrli't amid the .. we're extending it thru this
Itcovers Ocala visiting': friends. County HM a whale "I'.''.'. e.,.5 lal. Save ...00 ('h4il I
t friends.Mrs. K. C. Duncan Is spending I Mrs. F. J. Pancoast of Jacksonville eat\iuir r Mfillcllftl vote nod und support will 10. l is apprcclateil r.rnM -. PIT chair! l.. made of 495 Yellow, Ne>er have we week New shipment duet!

several days In Atlanta Ga. where I Beach Is spending some time Jf>nl> It OhrtHtAln.Klflt .heavy gauge/ mettle uttered .such a quality .. !
she met her sister Mrs. Roy Smithof I here with her son-in-law anddaughter (hair for mi little SXI.K 4 9 9S PRICE
no %It U 0. PI It'.IV ,
to 3922 Tennile, Ga. Mr. and Mra. Vlck Frees, lrif. t'TIIS.

Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas were and new granddaughter, Kathy IIIHIHKT TI1HKI3

guests of Mrs. Thomas' parents Marie. da t f cfor,lit rebv th: <* iinnulnni Hoard. ..>f my I'uhltc rand In.1. 5-pc. Duncan I'hyfe Formica Top %,[ l I

Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hines' of Bran- Mr. and Mrs. A Wells Stump triu, 'tUm, H.dtrU t Three
red to Fit Durable ford last 'en route to their home In New 11 H ulna, been ftirtuniitfi enough }
Sunday .
afternoon. to r."rive a fnllnic f ilm. 'a f Inn 1M de I
Gossard girdles at Stump's., York from a vacation In Miami of K '3K>, I fully rfflllif the Im- DINETTE SET
were the guests this week of Mr. porinnf ttt pruvMinK your t nil* ,
ide Varietu of to Choose From Guests of Mrs. J. E. Wilson and dren and m''Ice with the beet, rdti.
Pattern Mrs. J. M. Brownlee during; last and Mrs. F. F. Stump. cat'um which! we, an rltlcvrm can 4 C'liulrs A Table Similar TtS IlIu.lral" I
Mrs. Mamie Johns and son, Robert make available to thrm 1
weekend were Mrs. S. T Dell of This IN A t-rltti-Hl' llm for our I
Gainesville and Mrs. E. D. and Mrs. Hazel Klondes and rhiMl. OpPiHtlnnM a r bring'
little son. Billy spent last weekendIn h.n>1i.*r<>cl. and mar even h* ourtalltMl 5
Alachua. because of tnntirfto1nt. fundfiunleiiN .\I'K: 88 I'll ICKYou :
Mrs. L. D. Green Mrs. Irene Jasper visiting Mrs. Johns'daughter *"A'i-rv dollar IN spent wli t..
Mrs. Dorothy Lee Smith ly My t business xptrli-nr, mv I
Chas. C. Johns and Mrs. L. S. Hutto spent f1ucHtU<>n, and mv rduftttlnnaJ. I
Shepherd last weekend In Tampa. and family. linckirrrinnd will enable m* in ".,. pia
30.55 this which Is
Miss Joan Carpenter spent last form ttif dutlfN of thtofflo* Inan sate on set regularly ,
and Mrs. A. H.
Harley III efficient und '
yladison SI*. Ph. 239, Starke, Florida returned Sunday after spending weekend In Daytona Beach visit. If *t..rtf>d. capable I promise mannerwhlrli. to do.- 119.50. Chrome chairs are plastic ., ;
Ing Miss Suzanne Ramsey. Your, vonMiuVratlon your vale v = ./ .,
a week In Key West and other sod. your nuppoi will l b. dttpyItircelHt ) covered. YOUR CHOICE OF ASSORTED ;,
ion .:- Seat Covers -:- Radios lpd.
points In South Florida
-Ilewletl' H Anderson.lv COLORS. Smart in style. See our winlow. !
Guests' of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. I
Tenly last Sunday were Mr and ''tI''r 1'01/l r. '''I'"FonU ( II
fOIMl. Pl.OHIIItl IV I..''' \>'.
Mrs. C. H. I
Walters of Jackson- i'ilit.Rnlirri: .
\f Hart. Plaintiff. va.
ville.Mrs. Myrtle Freda' hart 1'.I.''.''.nl.
Frank Foster and Miss Case N. 7 KillOHUKH ( Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE

BBlNS'I Pre-EasterBargains Conn Florence. Krombia of Hartford N(1TlTO I"P Pt'lHIfATttlVAl AFTKAn/ j
are visiting Mrs. James "'T\T": UK FMirilllA to: Myrtle
Blackshear aftd Mils Beatrice Vr" *>l la Hart whose residence. IIndad.'r. 151 STARKE FLA.
la l'ak n"wn.
Cady this week. Before returningto KATHY MARIE: FREES Yon urn required to appear on .
,..:, ) Connecticut they will visit I Mr. and Mrs. Vlck Frees an- 94th, :Iliftn, In the' above mains --- -- --- -._.- -- -
y. Saturday &Monday only r.r ;t.Idies' friends In Miami and other pointsIn nounce the birth of a daughter Court and cause wherein plain

south Florida. Kathy Marie, on Saturday March

Mrs. L. D. Green accompaniedby 4, In St. Vincent's Hospital Jack r'
51 Guage 15 DenierYLONS Mrs. Irene Johns of Green sonville. Mr and Mrs. Frees have

Cove Springs, spent last weekendin resided In Starke about a year LADIESdu -, HOME T ARL I 1 I f

Tampa visiting relatives. occupying- one of the Martin 1NGSsTARKE

I Pont 51 Guage OWNED

Every Branch of NYLON HOSE Grocery

1tIt" .-

INSURANCEH.C. 2 pair for $1


.': Spring i iSummer -- HARGAINHOUSE i


.t 99c Shades- WALL AGENCY t I,

Sz. 8 IIri. l.ookIAKlktl.ook! !

sat., Mnn. Only Men'sLadies' I I Constant Service Over 50 Years MILK ANY BRAND, Tails 3 FOR IC !

(WlVh $.1 Crelrry ruler) G''


SLIPSb: i II'1

a JACKSONVILI- Heinze Fresh Cucumber Yellow Rose k
white &: fancy
SEW Singer Sewing; Machines SALESMAN WANTED: Reliable I .
1-69 Cash A T rm. are available In man to auccccd It. L.. TaKltart. aKawlelvh I BIG DAYS. I
thla section only "'I.hN felna-er I Dealer In Bradford nile 21 oz. Jar In Pretty Print Hag 1
1.98 Sewing Ma'hln Co." Mar- (Bounty. Automobile necessary
Se., S2 40 Inn 8t., Lake City, F.a. Phone Trade wall established Mr. Tag i
I ass. write or" visit our shop Our tart, la ..<-l..clln. another Inralitnearer > Tue Wod
!III I... A Service can ..IIi visit hla lioma In Clay'ou.'y, Sun-Mcn- PICKLES29c FLOUR Ib.1.87 1

endered Sizes 1 to 5 Fri., Sat., Mon. Onlyys' your home upon requeat. tf Writ p..I..nr.at on.W.* giving T. KawlrlKh an and('om.*x-: ,

FOR RENT: Dean desirable close pany, Dept. FAC-270-K2. Stem-
DUNGAREES 99c apartmentAl In furnl"hd .nn. 4tp 3-31: : Mar. 26-27-28-29

Inn 201 W ;Madlnon. tf Ro.oa HKPtlRKDfll SPECIAL! '...
....... .. .
All .11.1.
.. M-.... -eer ....11. 0..0..ahle. .....0'...... ..........", Continuous Show FACTORY'
Fill llr peat a>

'- '' ,; ,.::,'' Large Assortment Court Ovid laatlfM-aplnK.Lrw St...la l Mark. drive rare' was w..ttr...",">."|..*}>;. <.o.r SELL. t A H Madl..a' .YOUR C. ,Slf.PIUHU..,.TIMBER,10.; .Pk. 2t111 SUGAR; Jm No PACKED SIHMKS: !! 5ib. 24 I i

\ /" LADIES'rht AVAILABLE' f" R.nt. Mod 2-rm.apt. ( Limit One) ;
r- ., j .; sire range, -tood space heater .
BATISTE end yard .Adults or coupleswith Highest Cash Prices Paid I,
t Infant K of
k* rd at .
\ C all "t. bridge.. Mrs C C. Wynn WILL BUY IN BULK
k U Yellow Del Monte I
AALKASdeep'la' : ".nlline Indian, Formosa
.endT, well rooted balled Real Nice 14 ItottleCATSUP
S In.hes, $l 50 per los ft to 6 Inches EDWIN W. PECKOr oz !
) hundred or 15 for ,
1"1 ) $7 60 per
John W. TurnerP.
>2. Camell Belvedere AzaleaGardens
Nursery. Mrs. Pauline RCA nctcr Recording Artlft
O. Box 463 19cPork
k P U. Pea ONIONS,3Ib.lie -
Fnrle Collins owner I.
/v/ 1.98 ''I tat Earlton. Fla. I ship plllnl.It Gainesville, Fla. A

HUH "AI.";' An a-2d series H Athensharrow Send me a post card: and I I,
with rut away -
/ SIZES 32.46 I hush dim"I I- a Hercules Brand will come nee you :
lj.n.11.Wi.rks product mart In : !
I'ltteburgh' Pa w..ui- : 1205 ALSO RRn4IS4 IV IHFII. : H4I>IO., f
I 18 HM .Iv tractormower HP..0"H 4PI1C. APOHTtHI I
a pMW 11'44 Cloth 1I..d'' .HH.: O.sr.a..d.lCHARGES ( ii 49
LIST RECEIVED I "nlv snort time but will nell, both lolaon C SHfcHHKItP, 1i Chops i
I for ,350 rash Atxn hulldlnir Court .A Madison Ht. t
[A Large Shipment Barbizon Slips! way N."..side ml of Po new"I Call J1landjnll'St bridge hi fly,,,,,,, I........ ...... F'.a.i.lnuppll.a i
3f1odM' ft wide. ALSO i-rm. .* equlpm.nl.arts: selec it
turn. UOflO rash: tion. I.nw prices. O*.,t'k service.
has em-toned "yard, rood lawn, Phone 7911. "..'-H." .....lle.... nay t
shaded OB W side, near Handing. ,,1 ''n. Peach IiH Hallomth fid tf

(.1(8 4 v Jo;'.*#. Mrs <'-<"lak.Wynn.! left PAl hand mltarke tfwT I FOR PE.1T: : Cahlna. a rooms & I11 IQI f' Special No. 2 Cans Oil '

rd at fall ft bride. ba'Ii: furnished, hot water ALP'i

EASTER / 'lit ; mired;." selling a\ .alesla4r! In for.rk.,h""$25.. JSpreferred I rent furnished AI.KO unimproved trailer spate cabin l/y dav to,,::1 Lindy 19 oz. Can
week, or month. Kda-e of n. city
Wa a r. a long i :! *
weekly. I
$75 well knnwn Starke I limits on Highway lot" PinehuretTourist Tin Tenniw*PlowboyC "is Ouit r
e.dahllhed Wrll" I'. O. Rns415E' Court fit. 17-n-l-l. ': O/Y Titl11B 97Adle
5.51RrTln.d .
Stsrke for an Interview. glvingy.mr I i_ 4't PEAS,2for29c -
and a..r.. .. t.k. .
RESSES 1& couple with means will 1
r..hl"n' take small child to rslae as th-lr.? 1i sssCtj4,,
I own. J'ontacl p. O. Bo* III
PFH'n."i\: : quickly don. ..I t" I I Hushnell. Florida. 4tp24 i
PriL. n. w Dr H.ss product after; t His All-Star Show-and SPECIAL; !
Brush it i n hohair n kuttnna ( FOR 84LK1 t'sed el.ptrl' refrla'eratora -
56.95 i "nllppleg, ) Dries...ft II quickly U IMIr IIS IIP Also one elertrl" -. '.. orRath'
..'.. don i rub I' soft drink ho. with drvI EDDY ARNOLD'SPremiere
to 'alv. Slat' runk
d..hMOO .
: 1 I impartment. Hmlth'a Caraicei LARD 141CKinlean.
Feed a "Sr.d, Store "I] 2t I.al Pure. )

AND7.95- / See the AU-\ :>"w 19/i/ O Remlne. TO RFVT' Modernrm aaraeisnt Screen Show No limit lb.
toil Portable TI'"ntto-r on die i ;Mrs. 3. U Hlmmnna, 214 W
play at Bradford C4 nty T.1fo-1,i Madison. alt. MB "FEUDIN' RHYTHM"

val'lIAU the &d"8IItac01 vivo. them''I __ ....
nuwMne In portable ilme.'r BIPAMAMINhiregularly! : *n Chair
tandard 1 .'". Tou'11 be surprised' how" UD\O
I well. then do. Resultsgran you xvs UCAAO HIM ON FOUR Dixie Pride La Roma
f!SIZES FOR *Af.Frm house, cnmpletswith front .. teed Blstrunk Feed .* Hoed:I SHOW 'II AND MIARIaM Si.. DER40.1Price.
9 52 h..ler.'
bathwater II
hark pr.r..h.... I -,.. I..nd. "'In I Store Regular Size Loaf Fresh Ground While oYou Wait
b.l. a' 4%" InsIrret
dnwn .
U11>o .H" good '' FOIL UK.NTNice: furnished avartmrnt *
) ALWI .1.et. retrif (bath perch bedroom.

rnndltlnn T. Fut h. Law-toy.'i3 cash. M" JOY"liP. I rat klt.n-jlln.. gas furnl.bod.All ALSO ntllitlea? .l..ea-p- I SSc Till 5 P. M. BREAD each lOc 1 COFFEE lb. 69c

IOBBINS'THE FOR' thousand SALE: Pepper Alan 7 plants Irac1'br tire.A ; .I 8t)In" rooma to. rent. 221 >>. Walnut lip I" $1.-",5FM.to1r.M. ,

0. luhes 120 for $15. Eo E. Wasp Fv.NRENT *-rm. onfurn hou..1) Children.
din Waldo 1'1'1 W Ir.d for elect.' ",ov.. All modern 'I g
with convenience. 40> E. 10th ftmar Tas Included ,
STORE OF VALUES .OR RENT i-rm f"rn cabin fI', Stark lie. "I,
bath .*, W Madison '
I.al."e. 'tp'
Lights water

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nun.. rot.RT. IIII"p..nRO IN" THK' M'TTKR OF n. C. KIN.' ix CIRCI'IT roi RT.Mary Pin ;'
I their home here on Sunday :March Mrs. Kad Watterson Mrs. Bell]' pathy with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy IN t'OI''TY.' FL.OHIUAIICHY. I'Sl'KAN: Law. KatatteiThlH 'Its:.STY. FLORIDA 1'\' 'ore(It',,
whose Infant 2-day-old ALL WHOM IT
Mead Mn Millican, < In to notify ,
8th. and Brown Mrs. Mamie ,
Besides the Broome ,
RIVER Louise ] Lou Wood
NEW MAY CONCERN that I. Abbl ham. Plat|
HAMPTONBy died March 20 In a Irene lulnan. Plaintiff, vn PeterL
other Lizzie Simmons, Ray Simmons daughter Administratrix of the Thomas 'II(
Williams families, guest nulnan. Defendant Ca.. No. Morrow an 808WnoUh.m. LJ 1dan
Mrs. Mtlllcan Case No.
for the day Included Miss June Miss Helen Jean Parker and RevR. By Mro.. E. A. Sapp Palatka hospital. willlon May5th. applyeto theCounty
Mra. M. C. Sweeney has returned to her home here 7800.ORDER OF PJ'BUCATIOM: I860 ORDER OF Pt'FlLU'A',
Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Rollin! C. Gray. Judge of Bradford County AND NOTICE To

Jannle, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Mr. and Mrs. Lee White an d Mrs Pledger Johns and children from' the hospital. She Is the STATE AND NOTICE OF'FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Pete for Final having.filed Final Return Administratrix E.BTATM Woodham OF ,FLORIDA. APPFgi to Thu;,"
Miss Turner of Putnam whose ,
former ,
Betty who rewidence let ;
I Unman *
IHTHDAY CKLERIIATIONS Hubert and Arnold Haddock all ot: four children of Tacoma Wash i visited her parents Mr and Hall. tthrrlitan Avenue, "p.lnllfl.ld, Ohio. on tBtate.Abble. NA8 Box ce, Cocoaolo, r"B" tan
the simultaneous( Jacksonville.! are visiting Mrs. White's parents I, Conner at Midway You are required. to appear on Louise Morrow. You arc required to ?" )'
Honoring Mrs. N A. Admlnlatratrlx.S17 I960,
Mrs. J. Beezer, of Punxsutawney. April 17th 1960 In the above namedCourt I the al.CR'ourt O.
Mr. and Mrs M C.; Hess I and wherein plaintiff It 4-7 : ltt'c and cause, when Ihi
rthday anniversaries of their1 Sunday. case ;
Patsy Roark, daughter of Mr Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle McAlhan Pa., and daughter, Mrs. H neekn. dlvorc Bradford County seeks divorce 'r' ,
ughter, Mrs. James Broome of and Mrs Roy Roark, celebratedher )y Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver Barrett, of Pittsburgh, Pa., are Telegraph Khali publish thl. Older Nn..CFJTO for minor child attorney" :h
and sons of Rpevesville, S. C., an, Mrs. In neat four weekly linnenWltneaa ALL WIoJJT MAY Bradford County Telesriu' hail\
of Gainesville were visiting
lando and eon-ln-law Frank fourth birthday anniversary guests of Mrs. Beezer's brother, neal' publish this Order In .'V
hand and official' n
Miss Martha Horne of Lakelanc:, my Thin I-l to certify CONCER-I'I '..,
and Mrs. S. I Issues.Witnesa
and Mr. weekly
Bud Moody .
this March 13th
Lucas. Bt "tark.'or'd. mrl Final
Blame of Dunnellon, Mr. and with a children's party on Tu.sday weekend of the .1 High filed .
were guests W. Merritt Friday afternoon J95D. Estate of W E. my hand and off ..
n. Dan W. Johnson entertained afternoon March 14. The W. Horne family Mrs. Truba Hodges returned Mr and Mrs. Leonard Hamm (OFFICIAL:. SEAL) A.:1.: Thomas cm the IMh day of April 1950 applv at Stark., Florida' thin !Ma. II a I
I twenty little folks attending play- and daughter. Charlene, spent the A. Clerk of .auld Court. tr the County Judge of Bradford 19511.
th a large family dinner at ed lawn before G. E McCauley and EdwarcSsxon Saturday from a week's visit with Pv Haven Croahy, l>. f*, (I'ounty for Final Dlnrharxe. a* Administrator (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. r .
games being nerved are spending this week I Ir her and niece Mr. and weekend In Jacksonville. H. V Knight, tarke, Florida. of the said Estate. This. Aa Clerk of >a n.,
ice cream and cake. Assisting nephew Pit 3-17 4t .-T :Harsh' Ufh lays un
for Haven
A of Lake Geneva folks Atty. Fly Crosby, D. t-
Miami attending to business. I number ____
Mrs. Roark were Mrs. Sylvia Mrs. C. A. Johns, Jr., of Gainesville j DeWItt r Jonea. H O. Brown Btarke
FREE visited her brother i iI are attending revival services at I" 1'INC11T roi HT. HRI>FORO a* Administrator FIR
Camping of Waldo, and Mrs. J. Mrs. Virgie Yeagle of Eau Gal- She church this ('01 v'r1S' FI.OHIU av C21A\- 8-17 4t ...7I Atty for I'lf. j 1.t
C Wynn, Mrs. Douglas Hardy, lie, In spending a few days will Wesley Johns who lives there Keystone Baptist ( KHV.Maicirle ... .
For Prompt FREE Removalf !I week. Margaret :Jorden.4 Plaintiff '. ,: '': .c. "
her brother and sister-in-law Mr also.
Mrs W. A. Saxon, Misses Louise I F. Jacksonville v.. It-chop Jorden Defendant Cane _: : :, ; ,
Mrs. L. of
Dead. Crippled, & Worth.ess Adklna and Pearlle Davis. and Mrs Ole Pearce. Mrs. Nona Priest and No 7795.
attended funeral services of OIH(ER OF Pfnt-tCATlOV
' Cattle, Horses, Mules, NEW Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hick I ter, Pauline and Mrs. daugh'l her' uncle, Charles Forsythe here ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR PHONE 218 HOWARD'SCall
C1IITKCII of TATE OF'FLOitlDA tolll' .hniJcirdpn
and family of Brunswick, Ga., Mr llngsworth Starke, were |
& Hogs William Welch missionary to \last week. whose renidence I.. Cn- COLONIAL
and Mrs Enos Skinner of Cocoa, this vicinity calling on old !
Call 132, StarkeWE the Seminole Indians, will be the and Clarence Meade of Oak Hill. acquaintances :Monday afternoon Mrs. G. Howard a former Lake known.You arc required In appear on
guest speaker at the Baptlf Geneva resident now residing In April 17th. 1060, In the above named -
were Sunday guests of Mrs. A,, .. :
and wherein I
Court plaintiff
ALWAYS COME: church on Sunday evening. Mal- Charlotte, N. C., was calling on .. FLORISTFLOWERS
A. Mead. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lavenderand neeka. divorce. Bradford ( '' .nCYT..I..rnl.h
colm Smith will bring the mornIng old friends here last week. Khali publleh this Ordern
Florida Renderers, message at 11 o'clock. Joanne Greene of Paiatka: :was, son, J, L Lavender and famIly Mrs. A. Carlson spent the week- next four. weekly. iNnileN, yttr c ,.
visiting relatives here last week of Gainesville, were visiting Itnefia mv hand and official' nealnt p
INC.FLYING end visiting her husband who Is "Htarke. Florida, this March llth
Charles E. Gremmels, of New Mrs. Ida Merritt last Thursday. a patient In the Veterans Ad- 1960.
Jersey, now a guest at Park-of- end.Sgt.. R. L. Brown arrived from Mr. and :Mrs. Windle Wllkenson ministration (;OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1.: Thnma
hospital at Augusta, An Clerk of said Court
the-Palms, was the speaker Oceanside, Calif., last week for a and baby and Ray Durbin ofOcala Ga. Bv Haven Crosby, D. C. FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Thursday evening of last week a* visit with his parents, Mr. and! spent Saturday night and 8-17 4t 4.7

i community prayer service. OtherParkofthoPalms Mrs. Robert Brown. He will Sunday with their parents, Mr IM fiiMiir tin Hr. BH4i>roHifOIn. > ',
'. .. ,, -,
KI.ORIIItl IS ( '' IN.I "
visitors leave shortly for Pensacola, wherehe and Mrs. Ben Durban.
parti '';''''.
I cipating In the service were Mr will be stationed. Mr and Mrs. Denzie Thomas Dean "*leriton. Plaintiff VM enrol Louis R. Dean (j) on us for reliable drat
and Mrs. Samuel Mueller and Mrs George Cottman of Ocala ) Henderson. Defendent. Case No.
Mr and grandson, Mike, of Floral and health need at worthwhllrHavings.
Mrs. Watson and Mr. McKenna. has been a recent guest of her siser City visited Mrs. Truba Hodges 'iiB7.ORI>KTi OF WBI.IOATIOV: TAX CONSULTANT I

Mrs. Mueller and Mrs. Watson Mrs. Jessie Chastain. Sym- Sunday. STATK AM NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to.: CarolH.ml.riton DISH GARDENS We pride ourselves on

gave a vocal duet. pathy la extended to Mrs. Cott Mrs. Smith Johns and son known. w hoH. residence I.: Un BOOKKEEPING the scrupulous C'sactaC'8Rhlr'

Mr. W. man and Mrs. Chastain on the George, attended the Brannen You are required. to appear. on POTTERY
George BockwlUi of death of their brother, N. E. Roberts April ITth 1950, In the abnv. namedCourt SERVICE goes Into.every tingle prescription .
Keystone family reunion at the home of and POTTED PLANTS
Heights, presented technicolor of cause, wherein plaintiff I
Elmer Brannen ceekn divorce. Bradford we fill.
film. of Bible scenes and In Lake City Sunday CountyTelegraph
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stube of shall publlnh thin OrderIn 0Phone
local spots of Florida beauty, at next four weekly INNII.NWltnemi FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
Gainesville, were guests of Mrs. 229
the Youth for Christ meeting Sat- Mr, and Mrs. Pete Sapp visit- my hand and official' neal' PHONE 79
Betty May, Sunday afternoon. at Starke, Florida, this March 11th, 145 W. Call St.
urday evening.The ed :Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cozatte of 1960 Temple Avenue Starke
Mrs. II. B. Wiggins, Mr. and STARKE FLORIDA Nona St Starke I
Starke Sunday afternoon. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1.: Thnmaa
Baptist Missionary Union Mrs. Geo. Williams and Howell A.. Clerk of natd Court.By I I.
WillIams were visiting :Mrs. Mary S-Sgt. M. Durban's wife and haven Crosby D. C.
met In the home of Mrs. K. B. 817t 4-1 .. ...
children Kenneth --- --
Hayes in Gainesville on Sunday. Ray and DonnaLee -
Watterson Thursday afternoon at of La. ---- ---- --- -
Mrs Katie Minton of Lake Butler v Shreveport, are
2:30: o'clock, with fifteen present. spent Saturday and Sunday spending a few weeks with their

Three new members were added :here parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dun-

Mrs. T. E. Simmons president,, bar.Folks
of Long Bridge com
opened the meeting with prayer, to learn about the
F PINE LEVEL munity regret NIY
after which the watch word for bad luck that Mr. and Mrs. Bud

KITES the year was read. Mrs. Otto Iy M..... II. M. McRae Moody bad early Monday morn- FOR

Kick, leader, announced the program : Ing. Bud went to the chicken
...... !they lOGy tangl. with .Itctric Enw topic as "Am I My Brgtll- coop td,feed his chicks and there" 'lP.f ,
b.donowoiM... K.....' wiri" Services at Pine Level Baptist I
ton > pr's Keeper Guest speaker was sat Mr. Skunk who was havinga
orea.lon. Nw. IUIM.So plwm- ,hlloi.PtAV' church Sunday were well attendd -
Pastor Bob Cray After the program nice chick breakfast all by jj4ggliPMbJ.
SAFEI Don't fly bliss. nor power kiwhThonlu the hostess served cake, : with school over classes.200 present inlurch ,'himself. They had 33/ nice chicks I

e miltonl cookies and coffee. She was that would have been ready to
"* Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were
,".. .
\ IIN mwun Mrs Mary Williams In two three weeks
by more
.;"sl."'"""" ___ issued( guests of Mrs. J. W. Drlggers and fry or
ind Mrs Florrle( B. Brown. and the skunk left them only nine.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Clark at Hell-
relcrt) Well Bud gave a yell for the
mini PI> UUl Attending the Mars Hill College )ronn Springs Sunday. C
and his wife Nan, came : i ,
,_ | 'v
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis of
Glee Club concert In Starke on aoTn"
... bringing It on the run Just May 'f
Mr. and rooker! :were Sunday night
Saturday evening were: before Bud got all perfumed up
guests of their son-in-law and
and now there Is one less
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
skunk In this neck of the woods

B ALVAREZ & SON T STORAGEAND and Faulkner Mr.children and. Mrs.were Russell visiting Thomas Mrs."homas' Ing Can murder you blame? bud for commit-

parents Mr. and Mr*. -

b ", :"h t We londay.\ LAKE GENEVABy
.ss LE li' ,,4-
.. .R 4Ai9A pEYsfsfaR ; & long distance Mr. and Mrs.! Robert Groover
tfj.: Ilia nthe CunninghamMr.
..... "vMOVINO '
of Brooker spent Sunday afternoon -
-- ,.... .. ,.. ...,.
;) )/ -- rf., J anywhere I.:. with Mr. and Mrs. B. M.

fi EXCELLENT itRae, and Mrs. I. J. Snow and .

s Mr. and Mrs. O W McRae and daughter, Danette, returned to

STOR\GK C:hlldren Harley and Gary, were their home In Sarasota this week.

s t visiting' her parents. Mr. and They were originally called here /

FACILITIES: frs.> N. A. Conner, In Lake But- by the death of Mrs. Snow's ... ... "\.

Agents Fort 1 er Saturday night Mrs. Conner. brother Charles Forsythe. "Dad" t

1 I 111 at this writing. Forsythe, who had spent the past \

DelcherBros. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McRae of few months with the Snows re- )
See us first! Jacksonville were visiting his mained here with Ms son, Ray -

grandparents Mr and Mrs. H.M. and family. A :

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of Mrs. William Kountree. Those I I wide organization; a membershipaward OKI.69 of this amount was taxable CATHOLIC CHURCH '
STATE FARM present were Mrs Dan Reamer and a study /group award. :i under the new law. Sunday Mass 9:13: T R ieurAtur s
C Mrs. Jesse Hill, Mrs E. Martin. Hostesses were Mrs, M. M. Sar- I| Total sales tax collections\ In : a.m. f of .
t, ,, >\\hltfleld Mrs S. E. McKay, Mrs. H. L. Morgan ( gent and Mrs. Robert Dodd {Florida/ during January were $3.- Sunday School 11 a.m. .... .
Jr.. Mrs. At Nelson, Mrs. j I Mrs. F. I. Howard of Hendersonxllle '525.441)\9.< : At the present time, Week' Day Mass 8:30: am.
OH'Il MEKTINO Wm. McCrary Mrs. A Cole, Mrs N. C. was a guest of around 90,000 businesses have rejcetved day I
Robert Spencer, Mrs. C. J, Baate Mrs. I I c.t
Mrs. L. F Margaret Tracy last weekend '
Chapman certificates under the sale
C"SUI1DAlethodist the presidedat i tax law.
meeting of
1 hk th.Voman's at 7-43 T.ulx-sMI teas
Mrs.Vm.. Coleman, Mrs 55
Club Tuesday afternoon Beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Ed Coble have ,, I
Wm. Mussor, and Mrs. Wm. Ri>-
Church At The Tabernacle :I'era arrangements were placed of spring flowI dowakas. Mrs. McKay was high moved Huntington to Keystone, Inil. Heights from. I I Five Persons Killed !
I j advantageously
at the First! The Wl't'k'I throughout'I the rooms After the scorer and Mrs. Hill second m Work tins/ been started on the i in..w ; In Auto Accidents I
.rmon subject high light of this bridge while Mrs. Hurley won
Th. lit Church fair) the 11 services at the Tabernacle will be I I business, session strawberry sundaes high prize In canasta home of Pontmstress( Gladys Here During 1949Five "Cherokee Indian Missionary"Hear
f In morning will the missionary cup cakes and coffee were Tilllx on Lakcview Drive. i
>,.,ur Sunday meeting on Fri- iI
> '\1"l ", People Need God?" "Yollf. day eveningtonlghti! when Mr. I''O.served by the hostesses Mrs. J. Mrs Walter Allport celebratedher I persons were hlllcj\ and 35 Rev, William Welch, full-blooded Cherokee In.
"f. r I p': hale yourself this question: and Mrs. J. H. Love, missionaries hart.Caldwell and Mrs. A. C Lib- birthday anniversary last Sunday County Sales Tax Injured In the 80 automobile accidents than Baptist pastor: of the Cherokee Indian Reservation
Igh want the forgives to the Island of Jamaica, West Indies I Mr. and Mrs. S. Johnson of reported In Bradford
who will the Indians -
I I ally Collections Total tell about his work with
i Lockport, N. Y. and Mrs. L County during 19-19.
and will
guidance give Informative
, healing message | Sunday visitors
,,,7 help<- of God" Pastor 3, R, I 1 on their work. Mrs. Love A. C. Davis were or Mr.Mr and and Mrs.Mrs. Haskins of Niagara Falls N.' Y.. $4,397.99 In Jan. These figures ,were made public 7:30 and bring. the evening message Sunday Night,
: Is Mrs. Allport's former homevere In the annual of the State p.m.First
stated. | an accomplished musician and J. B. Strickland of Gainesville\ report
,,11 need frequent pauses good music will be a feature of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rhoden of her guests on this occasion Sales tax collections In Brad Department of Public Safety.Bradford's Baptist Church Hampton.
f us ,
All > heart uplifted to Godr the evening. I Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Mrs. A. P. Snow, director of ford County during January total mileage death rate
,Ith the he continued, "but| The experience sof these mis- Reddish.. !enloii Four was honor guest at ed -I.397,19} according'to an announcement (number of deaths per 100 million Hob Cray; Pastor
nuidance" a P-TA luncheon here last Tues by State Comptroller traveled
vehicle miles
) was
,;,? are times when we need alone ton sionaries to Christians are always and! an Inspiration -I Mrs. William Stevens and Miss!! day Mrs. Snow presented the C. M. Gay I 10.7 Gulf County, with a rate of Kev. Malcolm Smith, guest speaker, 11:00 A 'Jl. "'
the 'desert place' It is hoped Mary Hardcastle of )
into Easton Keystone Heights P-TA with three Gross business of J4H.030.73; 46 3, was highest in the state,
of soul that will
This l Is a time they have a good hear- Maryland, visited Mr. and Special Music At The Service
lithCod. of ing. Mrs.; awards: a blue ribbon for attaining was reported by Bradford bU"ln'ell"-i I while Jefferson, with 3.1, was the Evelng -
Arching. It Is a period prep- Bryan Whitfleld from .
Wednesday the goals set by the state. es during January, but only $106 lowest reported :
fratlon for the tasks that are too, The Tuesday night Bible study until Monday. !
rest for us. Paul said 'I went conducted by Harold Brooks and! Mr. and Mrs. A F. Thornton I lUlU .-
'to, Arabia'" | his assistants! brought out some of Auburndale spent Sunday with I
The Deepend Prayer Life" Ishe new students this week. ,Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Seller I

subject for Sunday night at April 11th Is the 17th anniver-| From Thursday until Sunday)
: 30. sary of this gospel work and a I Mrs. W. E. Feagle visited Mr. and
| "Come and be with us Sunday suitable program Is being pre- I Mrs. Walter A. Carlton In Jack
Urnlng at 9:43: for the Church pared and will be presented the sonville. I

Ichool. There Is a class for you," night of April 7th. I Weekend guests of Mr. and Join The Crowds
concluded. Edna and Leonard Noegal are
tev Kill (Mrs E. C. Harden were Mr and I
expected home for the spring Mrs. W. H. Cliett and children
HVRCII OF JESUS CIIRISTF holiday week and will take partIn I I Billie and Gary, of Bainbridge
THE LATTERDAY SAINTSThe the anniversary observance. Ga.

Church of Jeaua'Chrls.t of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Noland and
Ltterday Saints will hold Sunday St. Mark's Episcopal daughter Meredith Anne, spent
idiool every Sunday at 10 a.m. Rev B. .. Simmons, D.O.'I'ar I last weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Lei Communion Service at 6:30: A. C. Davis. Meredith Anne re- AT THE
Im. Sunday. Everybody is wel- Services Sunday at St. Mark's mained for a two weeks' visit.
Some to Un services in the Mason- Episcopal church are as follows: H. W. Perry of Miami
Hall\ on Call St.WELDING. 9:45: a.m., church school with came Sunday to visit Mr. and
classes! for all ages, nursery Mrs. W. E. Feagle for several
through junior high. 11:00: a.m.
morning prayer and sermon by days.Mr.. and Mrs. Reese Bradleyand
the Rev. S. W Creasey. sons of Jacksonville, Mr. and
Tuesday evenlng.'March 28, at Mrs. Leslie Bradley and children
L 8 o'clock prayer and litany will of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs.
r he hpld. Vance Geiger and Bradley Geigerof
I Holy Communion Is scheduled Jacksonville were guests of First Church
for Wednesday night, March 29, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley during Baptist
( '
# it 7:30: o'clock. I the weekend.
Cub Pack No. 70 will meet In ',I Mr. and Mrs. Milo Geiger and
the Parish House Thursday night, son, Mike of Tallahassee are

I We offer the people of Starke March 30 at 7:30: o'clock spending thin. week with her parents -
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whit-

and \lclnlty one of the most Kingsley Lake BaptistServices field.Mr.
and Mrs. Spencer Crews,
modern and finest equipped"pldlne are held each Sunday formerly of the State Farm, are
morning at the Kingsley Lake now living In Starke where Mr. .
I bops anywhere.All Baptist Church as follows: Sun- Crews Is connected with New Of Starke For -
School 10 a.m. Preaching Ser- Method Dry Cleaners.
Work GuaranteedSMITH'S vices 11 a.m. and 7:00: p.m. Prayer Mrs. B. R. Dobion of Tampaand
Meeting each Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dobson of
I GARAGE 7:30: p.m D C, Willis, PastorE. Clearwater were weekend guestsof
Neurenberger, Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Markham.Mr. .
.\ MACHINE: SHOP Superintendent. Come worship, and Mrs. Willis Hollings-
with worth of Lake Butler
Temple Ave Starke us.AIRPARK were Sun-
day visitors of Mrs. R M. Mark-

BAPTIST CHURCH MISSIONARY ham.Mrs.. Irene B. Whitfield and

Sunday School 10:00.m.: Mrs. Bryan Whitfield returned
Save o Morning Worship ,11:13. a.m. Tuesday from Leesburg 'whl'l'ethey
Time Work
Prayer Meeting each Thursday attended funeral services for REVIVALTWOFULLWEEKS
7:30: p.m. Mrs. Sallie Clopton. They were
and Money! Eevning Service 7:30 p.m, accompanied home by Miss Doris
-Rev. L. O. Hemingway, Pastor. Clopton.
Pounds Of Your

9 Laundry Done In Rev. L. S. Wllltams, Pastor
8th &: St. Clair Ste Keystone Heights I

Only Sunday School 10 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m .
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m.
Minutes. It Is
y P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m
40 Washed Spotlessly Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m The First Baptist Church of
CleanReadyTo Keystone Heights began a Spring
CONGREGATIONAL Revival last Sunday night with
Iron! METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Malcolm Smith of Bradenton -

Serv.ces every first and third and Stetson University lead
Cents Is All It Saturday night, Sunday morning ing the flinging and the pastor
nd< Sunday night, 11 a.m. and Rev. David A. Thomas, preaching.Song .
40, Costs! Try Our 9 p.m at Congregational Metho- service begins each eveningat !
\ dla Church on Brownlee Road.- 7:30.: Come and enjoy the
Service Soon! Rev. Ernest Griffis, pastor. good singing and the claims of .
Christ as they are presented this ,.
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS week. The meeting will last ,

The Washeteria 10th St. and Temple Ave. through Sunday evening. March MARCH 26th Through APRIL 9th
Sunday School 9:43: a. m.: MornIng 28. ,
I' Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelic ,
r tic Services 7OO: p. m. Everyone Thursday evening. March 30, .
welcome .
the Keystone. Heights Woman's "'
Club will after something new in '
the way of entertainment for k
young and old. There will be entertainment .. .r,
CONSTRUCTION OF ALL KINDS for all. plus an ample ',:' rf b
evening meal for no more than .!
the cost of a meal at home. Ham

burgers, chili, doughnuts pie and
o coffee will be offered. The young
6.\ people will find a delightful fish t
-I pond where every cast gets a .
strike and the fish Is landed.
Games will follow that. The older
:, folk will enjoy bridge and canastaIn

.'i' chairman the lounge.of Mrs.arrangements Seth KennedyIs and "Repent ye therefore, and' be cOnl.'erledlhat your sins may be

she Is assisted by Mrs. R. Clapp blotted out" Acts 3:19
and Mrs. P. H. Haskins. Everyone
Contracting Building Is invited to come out and en-
joy an evening of Informal fun. ,

H.TOM. Tourist. Court, CXimmerclal Buildings. Sidewalk, F undatloin. GIRL. !SCOUTS' WIN
Girl Scouts won a Softball L D. HAINES
too The PASTORRev.
Driveway, and' mil general construction no Job game from the grownup ladies -- soNG LEADERTwo
m l| .
or too large for lIS to perform. last weekend 2421. There wasa
variety of action, and almost:
w" we the bent carpenter, masons, .te 'lv orkrs, electrician, every play which could be made

and plumbers was made at some point In the I -

gee u.. before It Is a large Job ora game. Many novel Innovations In ::
Jetting your contract, whether getting on base making errors,I .ii4f' -
small one. "'e'l'Oo prepared to meet and brat price of any and sliding, base stealing and pitch- i" ,

all bidders In this area! ing thrilled an enthusiastic crowd
that stayed until the last "man"| ,
W" will give you the benefit of induction on volume malerlaJ was out. The 3-run lead of the
Costa and output. let Girl Scouts was too slim to war I
on our manufacturing plant and machinery
decision to the Services !
rant hasty as Great Daily
uc window, *- any
9'.te i
you price: on such Item as steel frame final outcome. Arnica and liniment
"" nt. rook. Mud and concrete. have \been sold out In town.
all true championship teams
w" will\ tell you ready-mlxwl concrete at less than local cost of Like
: each wants a return match. Aside
the material f.o.b. your Job. from raising a neat sum for the "
"e'll Girl Scouts, the game provided Weekdays : 10:00 A.M.7:30P.M
flnUh your Job without delay and In less time than other excellent entertainment for play- : .

contractor. Material and workmanship guaranteed. Contract ers and spectators. Many of the
aDd We showed excellent pro-
Murprinu each Inntance. players
are carefully followed by UM In
Live do mise and turned In some sparkling

J">ur beNt building bondsmen for leas who money.guarantee TRY our US!performance.te will enthusiastic gamp plays., and Those those boosters who who were for were there a second not Tare* Sundays : 11:00 A. M. & 7:30: P. M.

plan to see the next one.


: John McDowall of Melrose ..
Ph.91 Starke, Fla. i entertained at a dessert bridge and II .
J. Maurice Edwards (canasta part Monday In honor I .. .. .

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R South Dakota Winters A Little Rigorous 'coming back to back Starke home.wa really like: Georgia Woman T be an authority on the subjectWe

J So The Moores Return His wife also halls from this have three new Internee In
: For Floridians section of Florida being the former: BHS now One In History .

If a poll were taken to locate I up In the house for weeks on end Martha Rosenbush of Green Cove Killed In Crash tfY Mr. Fountain Is his name In case Here: l a sensatn

in Starke that is most and remembered that they couldbe Springs.As any of you gals are Interested a
the appreciative family of Florida's warmth :I playing outdoors practicallyall soon as their furniture arrives -I Mrs Clarlbelle Colley 34, of and of course you are need I
result would I year 'round back home in Fla. from South Dakota the say more Then Mr. Gibson I BUDGEtIARGAI ,
avid sunshine the Statei-boro.. Ca. died at 11:30: 0'-
undoubtedly bit Mr and Mrs. James We liked everything In South Moorrs will be at home to friendsin I clock Saturday morning of a CAROLYN Jr. and Mr. Nagle both have l-nternes ,
the weather The the Prattwr house'at Washington -
children, Dakota except
their two ,
T. Moore and I brain concussion received when ,
Jim Tom 4, and Marla 3, : people are wonderful." and Water Streets. They'll be'the automobile In which she was r- -I'I''S rlnK Is here the new season

After three years" in South' Consequently Jimmle resigned mighty happy to sit down with:' riding collided with one driven by BHS students have really been opened Tuesday with a lovely day
old friends, and new and talk :
'. Dakota the Moores have returnedto I a fine job as sales manager for about the weather.-especially the 'a Starke negro around midnightlast I busy til's week The band Is except for a little rain in the
Water- .
at but don't
the Coca-Cola Company I afternoon guess
their native Florida and to say Florida weather! Friday. practicing all the time for their _
glad to get back Is a town S. D. and returned to Fla. I The driver of the local car annual concert next month Starkeltes minded that too much
they are understatement.After He purchased the Auto Fountain William Wyatt Parker. 37 operator to be wonderful after the bad weather we've been e
masterp'ec.of i Hear it's sure going
all. a change of 128 degrees l service station from his uncle Colorful Operetta I of the former Parker's so I've sure got that date having Wonder If the young a P-211 (of)I
II. C. (Clifton) Brown, and took men's fancy will be turning to puts
from 44 below to 82 above-la Presented TuesdayBy I Paradise and other Reno lunchroom down on my agenda 1/1
over operation of the business In thoughts of lore\ ? Well, here's
remains critical
to make anyone smile, Is- ] -Jooks a The senior class Is well under
n't enough it? early this month. "It's all new First GradesA condition In the local I hospital. ; way with rehearsals for the play hoping if that will do a. poor 'Z GOODfiIEAtires
but he has taken _
'to mehe .
says gal good
a the any
the entire month of Ills Injuries were reported as I they are going to present In
colorful operetta In which all
the temperature. nevergot over with his customary en..rgyand crushed hip a sheared-off kneecap near future\ Hear Ellen and I want to know who has the !
January the characters of Mother car
and Is making favorite
to zero" commented Mr. enthusiasm a broken j jawbone and theloss I Harry are going to end things up most new clothes\ lately' AnnCressler on your
land the
up paraded across
things .
Moore i better known as Jimmie) I' of moat of his teeth. with Oh come see for yourself or Florence Brawn
now qualify as a one-man Mr. Moore Is a grandson of the stage was presented Tuesday evening Ward DeWItt Colley, husbandof Everytime I see them lately
who can In the USO auditorium beforea
Chamber of Commerce for the I'late Dr. Geo. VV. Brown of Lawtey large and appreciative audience. the deceased woman and driver Then too the Glee Club isbusy they've got on something\ new Ft

I entire State of Florida. and Mrs. Brown. ,\ ho now lives Theme of the operetta was an of the car In which they were riding with last minute preparations for Oh well I'm going to give my

"We Just couldn't take It any In Starke His paternal grand Imaglnery visit to Mother Goose was also hospitalized here the "Gay Nineties Revue" next barrel a new coat of shellac .

longer" JImmie said "when we parents Mr. and Mrs J, H. Moore, Island by the Old Woman in the with"a fractured knee, pelvis, and Friday All you young things Where can I get some brilliantred ar

would see our youngsters shut I are residents of Lawtey- -so coming Shoe and her multitudinous chil hip. Their 10-year-old n re- that haven't. made arrangementsto ? .
I I dren. The production was under calved treatment for bruises and come, remember "It's better Heard the Future Homemakerswere

the direction of Mrs. Winter Gld- ,shock late than never" and geton going to attend a fashion
dings, music Instructor of Brad : State Highway Patrolman Hal the ball Yours truly will be show In Green Cove Springs e

I ford High School,' with the assistance P. Gillen. who Investigated the there sitting in the front row sometime soon. They have all
I 0 of all first grade teachers. I accident said Indications were always scared I'm going to miss the luck wish the "FutureOld r ,;
I The famed characters of storybook ,that Parker driving north toward something never do though Maid's Society" could go
land were impersonated by I Starke was six feet over on the is you can doubtless find out by somewhere sometime My

I first grade students, with almost wrong side of the highway ;when asking some of my admirers old rocking chair Is getting pret-
SATURDAY MARCH 25 TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY I 100 In the large cast. Colorful the accident occurred 1.4 miles Hear Judy Green had three boyson ty tiresome .
ONE DAY ONLY stage settings and clever "props" south of Starke on U.S. 301. Ha the string last Friday night Hear the Baptist girls had a

FEATURE MARCH 28 & 29 added much to the effectiveness of was driving a 1941 Studebaker Bert Tuttle and Harold good time with some members of
DOUBLE the production. i coach which Gillen said was still My goodness Judy how do you the Chorus that sang for them

Jean Pollet as Mother Goose i registered In the name of Billy do it? looks like poor littleme Saturday night Guess I missed -
(Gunmen; of Abilenewith gave a commendable performancefor I Valentine of Jacksonville. As could surely do with readinga I out on that didn't even

DANNY Y'r I one of her tender years, and I'Parker's condition has made It page from your book You realize that there were boys In It

lUx-ky Lane ,served as a capable mistress of Impossible to discuss the accident lucky ao and so! i j Serves me right though for rYes
AND KAYEILi1'. ceremonies for the storyland pageant ,with him it Is not' known If he Members of the Beta Club report not investigating the matter
had just bought the car or was a fine time had at the partyfor more thoroughly lf. true-only
SHOCKING SCNOtJ r SHAKIGKIS The second grade Rhythm Band "trying It out" prior to purchase. new members which was held There are some mighty happy $2.47 and your old tires Pay as little

directed by Bob Smith, was heardIn Gillen described the collision as Tuesday night In the Home EC girls and some mighty proud boys are all\ you need to put
several numbers between acts. a "center head-on" crash that Indicated room Seems they really did lately getting ready. for the Future TWO of Goodyear' famous
The attractive stage scenery was an 80 to 100 mile per some singing and gossiping Farmer Banquet and square Marathon 6.00x16

: J SCHOOL ,painted by a sixth grade student, hour Impact of such force that Then too, the new members took dance Friday night Bet It size tires on your car-
Jackie Colley assisted by Carolyn the two cars stuck together In a their pledge etc. Donald will be the stuff Of courseno not next week but right
l C-RETKOLDSJ WAaNIaL I! Crews. Many of the clever properties tangled mass. He said that the Rlchia! said the eats were sure one has asked me to go so I'm now-TODAYI Comeon
A ro.u-u.-s :. ; ; used were made by Mrs. Georgia (car a 1950 Ford was good guess he should know not happy But I'll send my In-there's budget
,_>IM"..u"'INIO.w.UACI.-Nrt Inn IBM.Mi Ira TtanM. Nil. 8B' IT IOSI1! Edna Prevatt a first grade apparently travelling around 60 Heard the boys served the little bird and let you know what deal a all- A WEEK
!M.rMl*Ms.|,MH),,MMM| inI W2AZ.n-.an. .! ..'. (io..Rl! I teacher miles an hour since skid! marks girls and were really polite he finds out next: week bargain on
-- ---- ---- sizes, all of Good-
flue "liar DfVll Ilar Cartoon Mrs. Glddings played the piano Indicated the driver started applying glad to hear that shows BHS Guess I better stop and peddlemy types
accompaniment for the his brakes 84 feet from the boys are not wolves all the time for awhile year tires America'sfinest.
Underw'orld" nowHere's
Si "FVileral Agents vn." Added ,Feoatul'f'l'Lat."t' News & young papers .
Serial singers.Corn. Impact spot There were no skid that thought for today -
I Shurt "01&11" Orrheatra" marks to Indicate application ofj I Heard that Delano Thomas young things and I quote
Must Be the brakes on Parker's car, Gil- really had a time at dancing class "Life must be rooted In love B/ trade-in allow an

Sun. & Mon., Mar. 26 & 27 len said. the other p.m. he just knows to bear the fruits of the spirit". for old
Kept Worm Free, Charges of violation of the right- at'!: about dancing or does he? See you soon,. .,.,., your tin

of-way by driving on the wrong first you step on this toe, Carolyn, Jr.'
Tk.Y cllckIik.t CLARK THURSDAY & FRIDAY: Market Manager Says"Take side of the highway have, been then the other one and give It Drive In, Trade In, Save Todayl!

preferred by Cpl Gillen against of ..
k.Y MARCH 30 & 31 care of your corn pepper, plenty jazz
LE beans and other spring crops," was Parker and an Investigation Into Marilyn Chambers and Charles ; II
f' i I Iae"aA the advice l Issued this week by the accident will be, made at an Johns seem to be quite the couple THE NICOTINE DISSOLVED
early date by State's Attorney T. Who Is the lad ,
LOqjto Ralph Alvarez, manager of the now that has OUT OF A FEW CIGAHKTTF3': '
State Farmers Market. E. Duncan, H. H. going around In circles? AND PLACED 0 N TilE SERVICE CENT[

Mr. Alvarez explained that buy MrsVm.. Joe Crews of Who was that young tiling that TONGUE OF A GROWN MANWOULD .. ,
era who will\ handle the corn deal was hospitalized early Lawtey Sunday said and I quote "Marcla'sbrothers KILL; HIM IN FIFTEEN State Rd. 200 (U.S. SOl) at S. lily

here this spring have stated they morning when an automobile are the cutest things"The MINUTES. Sitber D. Goodman. Owner, Surfer,

will be unable to handle .wormy driven by her husband collided GENE TUNNKV, U.S.N.
the corn this season. with one driven by Merchant "Mother Goose Island"show C
"We are urging all to the first grade put on was ,
growers Marine Walden B.. Wadsworth 6f. : ,,1>-
RIOTOUS pOYAKCEI with\ Wayne Marc, Agar keep a close watch on their crops Hampton. The accident occurredat really cute was quite proudof "
Mq and dust the little folk myself The
and spray at frequent Intervals -
4:30: AM. U.S. 301
Al 10'0 Shell Shocked Egg" Car Sunday on rhythm band the second grade
Plus Latest News Cartoon "Hula to keep down this damage, two miles north of Lawtey. Crews
The Polic
the market said. had was mighty good too If
HuU Land" toon manager and Wadsworth were not seriously Family Hospital
but they tried bet they could run
Injured, each of their
today Harry James out of business .j
cars was damaged to the extent
May. I was In a rhythm band 'one time
__u .. __ .w ,___.-' .. __ of several hundred dollars. .
I Highway Patrolman Gillen said really showed my stuff HOSPITAL CARE FOR. THE ENTIRE FAMILYA
never could understand why the
that Crews Is charged with driv-
.. teacher said that I had better
K h' -- C highway.ing ont: the wrong side of the stick to playing the radio National Institution The PlanThe

OC S JloreNEEDS' Recent BirthsMr. Was that Mrs. GIddings paint- The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company, husband, wife, and all children bfo t |
ing backdrops the other day T .
rufJ Sure looked of Worchester, Massachusetts Is licensed tween the ages of three months and flue
strange and cute!a too,
NeW and Mrs. David, Penoyerof In those dungarees with that plaid and operates In all 48 atates. the District teen years, must be Included in the IPpII-

,. Jacksonville announce the birthof shirt and barefooted at that of Columbia', and Hawaii thus meeting: cation.

: -T the shirt with a son, David Henry Penoyer, guess It'. one way to get every legal test and requirement in the You select 'the basic dally hospital -
III. Mrs. Penoyer: will be remembered things done country.
the soft collar :h=: as the former Miss Margaret Checkers, checkers, that's all indemnity which fits your
Beam of StarUe. hear needs your choice of amounts -
you or see around BHS nowadays
won'twrinkle Recent births in Shadycrestwere In the morning before Special Features from 13.!00 per day. to
school, homeroom $12.00 per day for hospital
: period and Non-Cancellable ,
Mr. and Mrs F. W. M,ng of ,'lunch finds everyone playing this You own the policy. After Issuance the room.* $$1

) ; Hampton a girl Rita Marie, on game T Boys seem to go for it Company cannot cancel or modify It. Your choice per,, day . ,
March 16. more than girls but lately .
This li your assurance that It will protest -
even the weaker sex ? ? ? seem rt'
If for this plan.
f ever! IN MEMORYIn to be Interested In trying their you\ and your family when you need you can qualify

Baskets memory of Charles Monroe luck Really think that Jack It most. will pay:

Carlton who pamed away March Hazen and Donald Bennet have When any member of the family
29, 1948. Beloved' father of got checker! fever or something Gauranteed Contlnuable to Age 65 Insured under this plan U In the $$1

t': .. 15cTo$1.45 Frank II. Carlton, husband of they're always playing The Company guarantees to accept premiums hospital! . up toper
c Been when due until you reach
thinking of
BtxMw "'. Carlton, brother of Fred taking.It up my- day for hospital room up to
self but decided not to waste the age of 69.
70 day for each ''jrickness or
Othrr survivor! Cousin '
my Intelligence on such a simple
Miss\ FlorenceWood!, .and accident.
F E-G-G-S game guess I'll try chess Instead Freedom of Choice.
two grandchildren Charles F.l' Maybe Edward Wigandwill You choose,the amount of dally hospital When any member of the family
t and !Michael A. Carlton. teach m. .he seems toT Indemnity which suits the needs of your
Insured under this plan Is In the
ti o
Sc To $1.25 family best. The plan covers you in the $$70
t i hospital ; ", up to
hospital of your choice anywhere In the
1 for miscellaneous hospital expenses :
1i United States Hawaii, Alaska or Can
(such as drugs dressIngs -

BunniesLarge e ada. anesthesia X-ray.).

/ YOU CAN PAY Maternity Benefits Optional' I Benefits
\ After ten months from the date of the .

Selection, lOc to $8.95CARDS policy the plan will pay a maternity It you -wish surgical benefits

AS YOU benefit up to ten times the dally hospital (exclusive of obstetrics) may be

a Indemnity, or a benefit of'five times the included in this plan providing

ra / FARM daily hospital Indemnity for childbirth for payment of physician's or
II at home. surgeon's fees for operations In

-. amounts specified by a schedule
..-..;- Non-Prorating of operations contained
..;;;: Benefit are not affected by a In
A COMPLETE LINE -- change the policy. The maximum o.
.- ...! your occupation
payable for
_" any one '
news! ; ''
Van Ileusen .J''i'; __- Effective Dates eration Is . . .$200Premium
...: ; ;
>-... .-; .,,,, Hospital expense benefits for accidents
Box > <
:.._"_ : _
Candy75c ;r. are effective from the date of the policy
I Century -: \: -.: Hospital expense benefits for sickness The cost of the benefits described
: .':o: ...:': for a husband wife and
... are effective 30 days from the date of
..:. children can be
the policy\ paid:
The big news in white. shirt!_

: the new Van Heusen Century! Prompt Claim Settlement
T-O-Y-S Its, comfortable collar slays Under the pay-aj-you-iWm Income PurchasePlan Benefits under Paul Revere policies are annually

wrinkle-free all Jrtr-without you can own a new Farina!! Cub tractor. paid promptly,fairly and In full. accordIng -
or .em I-ann II all Y
starch or stays! The points This sturdy Farnall Cub does all the work of to the policy contracts.

FOR THE KIDDIES can't piece curl of special up. It's collar one woven fabric 2 to 3 horses and mules better faster at less cost. Grace Period or quarterly

with no fused or Hitched S.. UI today. Ask for demonstration of the Thirty-one days of grace are allowed for

layer to work apart or frl' Farmatl Cub painted white with gold stars and the payment of each premium after the (The above Mn..flts.1re explained 1 I.

GIFTSFOR Wide'rft',1, or rep:; Ilar model red morrow.wheels. Start farming the farmall way to first. detail In the policy.)


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