> ) of 1050.
deElectof Williams Mrs, Frank Thomas Tuesday evening of last week ; Sunday. afternoon 1114. IN ,AMI(' C"r: :;: ;: :.:lll->i Court April 24 and. 1950 cause, In tnt. wherein Ahoy named I'lAln- I day OFFICIAL'' March KAt.> A. J. Thnmaa.An .

Mrs. J. W. Home and Mrs. T. E. forestry pictures were presentedfree i I Little Ray Gaio of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and <'01'NTT. IN cst tvt'eHV. tier nrr-kii mi>itiri.<.hot ,if the Clerk of ald Court.
visited his grandparents Mr. and John I... r'MtilfivI'Uimiff. Final Decree "of IMvurrnlcrnl In 11) Haven '-rniinv l>. C.
Mr. Ethel Tidwell Simmons. at the community hall. Conservation I tr. daughters of Starke visited Mr. the Circuit Court' In anil for limit 0.! .....i T I'ntton, Starke.. Fla.
the scene of aKt Arrangements of spring flowers and protection of funda's Mrs. R. Gano last :wekend.Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday.Mr. -VH- ford County Florida un Juno 34 Aft> rot rif. -34: 4t ..U
was and Mrs. L. visit-
A Brown
t supper Saturday were placed at points of Interest forests were the outstanding and Mrs: Raymond Crewsof __ _
In honor themes ed their children In Gainesville Jacksonville ... n tal
given throughout the hall. visited Mr. and
Pence Van Alstine Charles Martin of Tennessee, last weekend.Mr. Mrs. 0 W. Barry Sunday.
Upon arrival Miss Van Alstlne .
rage was an event ofL was presented with a lovely corsage was guest speaker at the Baptist Jacksonville and Mrs.visited Junior Mr.Wigginsof and Meed Lewis of StarXe visited STOKELY WEE t SALE! ,
his parents, Mr. and Mrs
and by the hostesses. Mrs. Earl church last Sunday evening. Mra. Junior Dukes and Mrs. Rosetta -I Lewis !nt weekend' Emery .s
of green He was the
.,i motif Van Alstine and Mrs. Edith Van overnight guest of Howell last weekend.
on the dining Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. Edward Castlen and Mrs.
{ displayed Alstine, mother and grandmother Home and on Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen are
red around the beau- of the bride-elect, were also Monday visited the school and Wilson RUSH were In Starke shopping -
presented proud to announce the birth of a A SALE OF OUT
bearing a Saturday.
table entertained the
IOtt'd corsages and seated with students with baby son March 25th.
Uroent of white glad- the honor guest before a lovely various picture elide Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Waters of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberts STANDING VALUESIN

Ced with fern. On table laden with gifts. Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Scott!. of Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. Wil- of Starke visited' Mr. and Mrs. ,,.

Ff the table were sparkLi During the afternoon games I Slarke were visiting friends here son Russ recently Edd Vance Polk RUM Sunday. AMERICA'S FINEST
holding, and Mrs. Frances
candelabra" Saturday Rev. Scott spoke at
I were played and prizes were won I the I Mrs. Pasco Mott an* children Russ of Lake City visited relatives
: Youth
e tapers' by MM. E. Van Alstine Mrs Florrle for Christ meeting us- i and Mrs. Mike Tilghman and son, here Monday. CANNED FOODS!

j f taorr was decoratedarrangements of red B. Brown Mrs. Fred. Eiland ing Streets"as his A subject "Dead EndI lot Gainesville\ visited Mr. and Mrs.S. Mr. and Mrs. Jon Rav Harrisof

1 : and Mrs. Thomas F. Brown. I special young people'ssong M. Mott Tuesday. La Crosse visited Mr. and Mrs.
lh,' guests enjoyed The guest of honor received service was also enjoyed. I Gel Big Bargain-
Cephus Harrell
music. : Louise Adkln The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby Sunday
,, appropriate | May
,1 I many lovely gifts which were of Linden Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and
spent night
scatter rugs were I' and I Carol Rusha and Lucille Hall attended Packed Four-Page J
rte Alstine as opened displayed.The I I a Rainbow Club with Mr. and Mrs. J, W Thomas. I children visited Mr. and Mrs.
Van party in \
MISS served delicious I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis attended Frances' Russ of Lake City Sun
I Starke.
I Color
by Tuesday Sale
of the occasion white and green Individual cakes I evening of last Stokely
the funeral service held for Mrs.
]Miss Betty Durling with fruit week. Mrs. L. A. Hall one of day.Mr.
ille. and Mra. Bessie punch. St. Patrick'sminiature Ithe I sponsors also attended and Elizabeth Howard of Fairbanks and Mrs. L. A, :Jrott and Circular AI Store!
used I 4
corsages were
as assisted In 'Sunday afternoon at New Hope children visited her mother Mrs.
entertaining the
glrla .
,impton. favor Enjoying this affair with' '
Baptist church. Relta Brown, of High Springs Sun VALUES GALORE !
I !guests were presenthis Miss Van Alstine were about are extended( I
affair with Miss fifty guests.Entntalnll to Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. Meng. I I Claud Crosby of Gainesville day.Mr.
visited' Malcolm Lewis .
Saturday and Mrs. Earl Green visited
Among the out of I on arrival of their second
Earl and Bob Ladles child a daughter Rita Marie on evening.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes Sunday
Malof Mrs. J. C. and Mrs. Alex Williams of afternoon.Mrs 3 BIG
adlneton. Mich., Wynn entertained the Thursday March 16, In Shady-I
Deland, Fla., Miss Ladles Council on Wednesday crest Hospital Starke ,Jacksonvile visited her parents Mary Green' Is with relatives
of Keystone Heights March 22nd at her home. Mrs.A. .I(I Mis Norma Sweeney student.weekend.' Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green last In Jacksonville this week. SALE DAYS TL

a Home of Lakeland H. Kelsey had charge of the I Iafternoon's 1 at Bryan University Dayton !| Mrs. Brook Perryman and her
Mrs. B. G. Miller of Jacksonville mother-in-law
Mr. and Mrs.
(I Mrs. Marion Crews program using as her Tenn., Is spending her spring holidays -
visited her mother Mrs. Lottie J. R. Mott last
(,rd topic "Spreading the Good NewsToday" with her uncle and aunt, i weekend. March 30-31
Edwards last weekend Mrs. P. O. Hayes and Mrs. Stellr
Mrs. T. C. Chastain gavea Mr. and Mrs. Pat BonfSeld in Mt. I ms
I Mrs. Maud Kennedy' of Apa- Mae Lonely and baby of Gaines. '
ence Van Alstine of reading entitled "Mary The Sterling Ky. !, & 1stSfore
I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Forsythand lachlcola visited her' daughter and ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy April ; _
son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harrell Friday.
children have moved to
Men's Clothing new home In Jacksonville, their and Parker last week I I Mrs R. E. Hazen visited' Mrs

VAREZ' STORE Established 1891: I 11111 I Mr and Mrs., Oscar Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shaw of I Ruth Hazen and Mrs. Lucile
La Crosse visited Mr. and Mrs. I Hazen who were patients In
family of Starke
are now oc- T. S. Mann Sunday afternoon ;Alachua County hospltaf Gainesville
cupying the house vacated here More Food
Mr and Mrs. Luther Watterstmreturned i Mr. and Mrs Hamp Connely of Sunday. Away
Ocala visited relatives here Friday Mr. and Mrs. William Dukes of
home Monday after 1
afternoon. Lake Butler were dinner ruestsof
(YOUR Mfi fJk REQUIREMENTS spending the past ten days In Ft.Myer's Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards of Mr and ]Mrs. Oscar Roberts!

visiting Mr. and Mn. Sunday.Mr. ; with the Amazing

I Pays To Trade With Slade I relatives Donald W there.McMahone and other and ]Mrs M ]M. Gano and a ,

Mrs. R. F Gano visited Mrs. A.
Mrs. Lou Waters, of Midway NEW RIVER
I'KOI'AXE "" GAS. near Lake Butler spent last week D. Mnrtln of Waldo Saturday "Stowaway"Freezer

By Mrs. E. A. \Sapp! night. 4
GAS \jiJ AppliancesADE here visiting her niece Mr,. J. Malcolm Lewis was In Fernan-
B. Prevatt and nephew A, C. Den- j| I ""
dlna on business Tuesday.IV Lockerin
nlson. Church' Sunday I i
Mr. and Mrs. Kdw. G. Saxon Everyone Is Invited to attend IV ( err nif< r, nalrvHin'
left Sunday for Miami where services at Long Bridge next Monday rm >'rt. 'I.OItIl'>tl I' 1II1v.

|E. fall St. Starke. Fla. Mr Saxon I la now emplo>'ed. |, night. Bro. Wilbur Scott of nhersI mi.t. .. linn, J'I"I"tlf'. VPMyrtli ,. r r 1L. your great new'I
Kr Irtn linn. mftmlnnlCan
Mr and Mrs. Juhus Recher of I Starke will bring the message. .* No 7506Olnlrll
Jacksonville, were Sunday visitors : or ",'nt,'t"' tTtovAMI "' I
FOR ALL TYPES OF here |I D. J. Nettles celebrated his 72nd "' >K Kl.onir>.\ i n Myrtle, I IINTERNATIONAL
CONTROLWRITE Hampton friends of Dr. George i', FrHilft Hurl, who* r.'d.nHn.1'
EST W { birthday anniversary Sunday at nrlilri" I I. rnkm wn
Beckwith. of Gloversvllle. N. |
You .11" tttintrMl, t OR PHONE: his home with a large dinner. A
Y. and Park-of-the-Talms who A aril ''IT'ih tarn In th. ilmvr nom
large table was spread out In the wher, ,-ln 1
CONTROL fil fur mil 'flUK "plaintiff
RID A PEST often spoke at churches here, will 'I yard under the cedar trees. In f.-K dlv"rra' Urmlfurd '' ?? HARVESTER
deeply regret to hear of the recent ty T. IrK-mph Hinll i"'1011-10 Ihl"
md CHEMICAL CO. I the renter was a beautiful cake
death of his wife Dr. Becltwlth !
i Ala St. Gainesville Ph. 6035: left Sunday for his New York 1; with."72 candles and "Happy Birthday I = REFRIGERATOR

lies! Rodents All Household Pests home I
Those Invited to enjoy the day ,
sdin f > Flame ProofinglnsMcti C \
with Mr. Nettles were Mr. and IH
Come in and tee this beauty today. You'llce
Mrs. Carl Nettles and Elbert
| n, and Estimates: Clven by GraduateEntamologisbs son
why we ..y-"tbtrt'i room to rare
of Florida .Mr and :Mm. W. G. Nettles Mr.
(University ) BROOKER I
and Mrs. I. N. Nettles Mr. and YOU'RELUCKY U'ilh tpri room in your Ai/t<>... -with an

prey K. Sapp Roy V. Roll liy ha Mi-e Lenin. Mrs J. G. Nettles. Mr. and Mrs. I i. III Refrigerator. Think of all the food you

\V R. Nettles and Mrs Frances ChecC; These "onve"tent NEW Features T can buy at ale price and store, with chem

Birthday llonnnxl. :Nettles' all of Lake City; Mr. and '* i important new feature shown at I"ft. .

I honored Mrs. M. R. Nettles and Mr. and" __ and with the roomy "Stowaway" freeierlotker '
Jean Endioott was on injury in an
Mrs. T. F. Fullard of Orlando; you may escape -- compartment that hold more than \.
7th birthday anniversary Saturday -
!| afternoon at her home by and Mrs. A. A. Sweat and childrenof accident, but you can't escape II] 35 pound of frozen food plot two
Raiford.Mr. I I than three
:her mother, Six of her little financial' obligation.' roomy Crisperstoring. more

friends enjoyed this occasion with and Mrs. Virgil Flpps are peck of dclicioualy crisp and fresh vegetable

I[her, Games were plaved throujrh'out / rejoicing over the birth of a son I Inquire about Automobile TV* I.cKltlvt .II'd..or"' rup.r........ 1 and fruit This extra capacity *ave*
i the afternoon Refreshments "l.ldow.y" ....Iv.. !.> M. March 23. He Is
of grape drinks and cake were on named Thursday Lester Richard. i and Accident 'Insurance. For ...."., and I."- prorld.spmp.rl.m., .. mar than And done forget the economy of the
.. humidity Iybu.h.hofloadswh.n
served by her mother and grand Otis Brown made a business I Charley) E. Johns I o not Fold In away i>i.. p0atur.I lor 0"11.01 13'/> you don't '."''e.'. "Tight Wad" unit that assures carefree

mother, trip to :Miami Wednesday. : txtra coov.ni.nc.. pounds taftly.' 01., and .lapl.. operation month month-out, for year*..

:M. I'1. :Meeting Mr and Mrs. Dick Caroll and i Agency I

sues I\\Baptist W MT U. social children of Jacksonville spent I.h..e. IS STAKKK, FLA

USED I TIRES' Miss meeting Lube was la held Plnholster at the home Tuesday of Mr Saturday and Mr.night Ira and Merrltt.Sunday with Farm Home & Auto Supply

makes ,
afternoon There were 13 mem Miss CoHette Sapp of Jackson :f .--'
ville was visiting her parents, Mr. '. .. .....' '
/;lj bers and villi ton present There 141V.. CAM ST. PlIONi': 21; HTAUKE.1<' (.OIUIJA
was an Interesting program and and Mrs. E, A. Sapp Sunday and R.pr..entlM THE TRAVELER. Hartford ,

l. several community mission ques- Monday. -
Delicious Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Creek of
tions were answered.
) I
Jacksonville were dinner guests
refreshments were served by the
) of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crew Sun- .

WE NEED THEM NOW! hostess.Everyone Is Invited to attend day.

the regular business meeting, air. and Mrs. Johnnie Andrewsand information You Give to the Census-Taker is. .
Used tires are in big children of Lake Butler and
which will be' held in the Baptist
d Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Mann of
church house next Tuesday at 3
i.h! if demand for recapping Ocala were visiting Mr. and Mr..

P. M. Lester Johns Sunday.Mr. !
fi resale. that's why
or Miss Carolyn Kelley competedIn :) and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp IiENTh1t14o
we'll pay big money the associations! sword drill and daughter Kay of Gainesville (1 () N It'

contest held at the First Baptist attended church at Long Bridge: 8TBICTLTEvery .
for yours! Church In Starke last week. and Sunday and had dinner with their .

.. won. She will now take part in parents' Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp
a district-wide contest which will! Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggin e

be held in Ocala April 25th. The and Mr!*. Rosa Plnholster were ,

We'll winner of this contest1 will go to visiting friends .In Perry last Sunday 1

\ Deland Assembly to compete With I American citizen should know you and the leaders in industry, business, "
the winners from all the districtsof Ira Merrltt and Fonle Crews
trade you Mrs the state Noble Y Beall delivered ,i,' attended Galneivllle the Monday.live .tock market In that all personal information given to the labor and civic groups in your community

mile for a mission menage at the Baptist I Mrs. E. A. Sapp and Mrs. Robert U. S. Census i is; confidential-under the law! plan for the future!
church Monday night. i Ward were visiting Mrs Nora

Mrs. Bannle Mott visited Mr. Sapp and Mrs. J. W. Kelley in

+ mileTrade '|and Mrs. Hugh Rahn of Raiford Brooker Saturday. It is not available to any individual or to Better schools, better roads, better parks,

Sunday. I Mrs Ada Kelley of Rulford visited -

| Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Gano and Mrs. Fronle Moody Monday. I any other Government agency I Not to. playgrounds better housing and hos

Ray, of Gainesville were sup I Mr. and Mrs. Preston Durdin and .

son -- daughter Carolyn of Lake Bedford the Income Tax Office! Not to the Departpitals better distribution of such services .

you, safer ----- attended church at Long Bridge ,j

worry-free miles In Sunday. ment of Justice-not even the F.B.I.! Not as telephones, electric power.gas and I
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION 1! Mr and Mrs Lonnle Sapp of

strong, long wearingnew Raiford were calling on Mr. and to anybody! water fair representation in Congress ;I
Goodyear Mrs. Marion Moody Sunday afternoon

lost those miles dangerous in your PHARMACISTSONTIIEMINIT Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Johns and Uncle Sam takes the Census-not to pryand many other things you profit byareinto

worn tires 1.000 children of visited Raiford"Grand Sunday.Ua" Whitehead your past and present-but to help dependent on the Census. Do your part! ....

2.000-3,000-as many We are sorry to report that little'

mile. as you have Jimmie Rlchendollar broke his arm I
Sunday afternoon while playing In
iiijaaagw left In tires
trade the saw dust pile at the saw mill. Like other Am.rican bullnots firm W. halters> that buifn' hat a f. pon ibiliryla
Come on in and Dr. J E. Malnes of Gainesville EtEaSUS Rally'
buy' on EASY TERMS! old miles for new feet his arm and it Is doing nicely 0 contribute to the public waif a ft. This! od..rtllamont U lhar.for sponsored by 1f, p

mile. and save on 1 Little Betty Jo Moody has a .

.in today bad case of chicken pox this week
mile I
every we hope she 1 I. soon well.

I Albert Moody Is one of the most

industrious farmers of this section.He .

is rejoicing over the fact that The Starke Lions Club The Starke Rotary Club fit w
iris anda y eruct'The
he has finished setting two is
SERVICE half acre tobacco allotment

SERVICE CENTER Mr. Moody also had three nice American Legion The Chamber of Commerce

PHONE beds of plants which he treated

State Rd. 200 (U_9. $01)) at 8. City Limit for blue mdld and bad much success -

Seeber D. Goodmmjt Owner 8t rUe, FU.' ? Day 64 Night In raising. None for sale however -




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31 1950


nedy, of High Springs; Mr and that wouldn't be such a good grade waa really entertained the three speakers were all
find out other day when a couple of the good The winner
Mrs Marlon Crews, Jr., of the idea 'after all might m ,hill
I ly State Farm; Mrs Clara Latter- something you'd rather not know Spanish students came to their teat was Gordon Shield '*.

Miss Ella Ward and Tony room and spoke some Spanish for hi G'vllle High Ot ? '
i man T. them. Can't figure out why I Patel says she
Stevens of Starke.Birthdays Patsy B. and Joan seemto could ,?
;; be really up In the clouds about wasn't asked to go speak for the a speech like that' It ,
handsome kiddies but I won't let It Hear Dolores
u' a couple of boy, positively wa.+ .,
# ; ObservedAt from Chicago. 111., that they hurt my feelings I'll go lar over the weekend Hi\ ';: r

Joint Party dated the other night. Don't down and speak some Germanfor seen how nicely si\ .
blame them for floating around them sometime soon, think blister has healed" -.. in
june Caldwell Office ei Sammy GUI and] Shl Smith Jr.. If the boys are all they claim to they'll like that No, don't lets Marion do all th ? '""

Ph. State Farm 45 Editor I'hone 29 celebrated" : their birthday(\ anniversaries be. What's all this about Caro- answer the family now or ,j IN, rl

.'4 v '4 Thursday March 23 |lyn E. and Norbltt H. cute Was In the USO the other day them Sunday afterm,
with a party at the home of) Mrs couple don't you think and accidentally saw the Glee Hazel and Herbert ', ,

UDC NoticeThe Mrs. Edward HostessAt Thomas Gill. Hostesses on this Mr. Sexton) an Interne that was Club practicing their Gay Nine- Sunday off to go to rte,, ,_
tt occasion were their mothers Mrs. here the first of school, was In ties Show and I'll tell you folks somewhere down south
t 1
W. T. Week Chapter, United ,Outdoor Party Gill and Mrs SM Smith, Sr. BHS Tuesday to discuss a Career It's going to be simply marvelous course went to Clint ;

Daughters of the Confederacy, Mra. Mae Edwards entertained w'i Outdoor games were enjoyed by Day program with the juniorsand even hear there's going to good girl Sunday. SpeaK.J.>Ktchat

will be entertained Wednesday afternoon Wednesday evening with a wt'lnerrOBllt the guests during the afternoon, seniors. Seems the membersof be some CAn can girls now I church don't you yoiiru. I,

April 5, by Mrs G J. Me- at her home on Cherry St. and Ice cream, cake and fruit these two classes are going to know, the boys will come! .' forget the Baptist Rev,'va, '
Griff at her residence on East Call honoring her twin son and daughter i punch were nerved with favors of Journey over to G'vll'e! for this Seriously, young things don't :' Guess this Is about '0 "UEhfhn
St. .Mrs. R. A Green will be cohostess. Elbert and Elaine their Easter candy and whistles. program sometime next month. miss the show and bring the for this week ,,o, [c'
on "b
This will be the regular anniversary. '? I I Mrs. Gill and Mrs Smith were ;Sure does sound good will whole family you'll not regret goodbye for now Her.
monthly business program and social birthday assisted by Mrs. Walter Frlck.I ; tell you more later. 'Course Mr. It thought 'for today 'it C
meeting of the UDC. The party waa held on the spacious and- rT tyVt1 NrI I Mrs. :Malvom King, and Mrs. Sexton ended things up with one Last Friday the juniors and enough to refrain fro

lawn where welners I i Rhoda Dampier In caring for the 'of his jokes which, of course, all seniors had the pleasure of hear- evil. We must be .)001"
marshmallows were roasted in I I young guests. of the students liked very much ing: members of the oratorlal con- doing good."

the barbecue pit. Those enjoying this affair were test In this district speak It See you I'U'

Visit STUMP'S Many lovely and useful gift. I Fritz Pellum Jimmy Wiggins, Hear Mrs Norman's fourth was the grand Finale and theOTHIR Carolyn "nMill
were received by both honore. I Billy Dampier, Bill Wood, Wesley -

For Your Easter Finery About 40 friends and neighbor. 'Hr King Sicl) ey Newman, Bobby -

enjoyed this affair with the honor- Newman George" Patten, Randy .
see Our Selection of eeg and Mrs. Edwards John, Don McClane, Dan Glider v:; ''RY! ;h'' VI;I

Mike Frick, Malcom King, Bryan ". "E".,,,, __ ... l_.
O Baptist WMS CirclesTo King, Gene Wiggins, Hank Graham tea "
Ted Whiting, Sandra Rowe J :
'Lo-Heelers :
Connie tftfANN
Meet Tuesday Bobby Smith and Linda Smith.Bemberg :f'tI, .. ..&,e.J/
O iJI : : I
The Woman' Missionary So- '
sheer dresses $'7.98 PAGE:
Gold Stripe Hosiery ciety of the Baptist church will
i and .118.93, .sizes 12 to 20 and 16'/j
hold its regular program and so- _
O ; to 241j. Leila's Drrag Shop.
cial meetings next Tuesday after- SALAD DRESSING I IQf.
Annetta noon at 3:30: o'clock, IV' /

Dresses The Lorena Epper on circle Mrs

B. T :Thomas leader, will meet at 39c ft. !
a a:
Rite-Fit the home of Mr. R. A. Newsome, r :

ltaJt.SbeDresses The Daisy Fowler circle, Mrs.. av I
Frazier Shaw leader, will be entertained WHITE HOUSE
In the residence of Mrs. T.
r .' Milk 3 tall .
B. Harding\ With Mr. Della Thomas f cans 34c

Joan Miller u co-hoetee., -
Dresses The Ida Darby circle with MYl. ,
U. Roy Ward ]leader will meet at Oleomargine, Colored, lb. 30c ]
Kay Whitney Dresses the home of Mrs J. B. Sepp. Co- !MR. AND MRS. KARL E. AVERS are pictured above following their Hope
n. hostess will be Mrs. M. M.'Mor- marriage in the Hampton Baptist Church last Friday. Photo by everyone Isn't too tired IONA
.. out from last weekend's activities <
Ricki Reed Dresses gan, _' ... .' Tony Stephen. to read my little collection of /-I ..... Flour, 25 Ib. 1.39

news and find out what you did.

.. .,,,",,' Miss Hall HostessTo Miss Van Alstine Weds Earl E. AyersIn Yep, everyone had a very excit- GUARANTEED AlP IONA -

t AdultsThe ing time or so they say. I hada Tomatoes No. 2 .
Laros Slips Young Candlelight Ceremony Last FridayMiss good time too reading my ;'SUPER RIGHT MEAT VALUES can lid

., Young Adult Class of tile Florence Ella Van Alstine I I yellow lighted tapers. April edition of "How to be Pop- F..h IONA
p Methodist Sunday School held of Mr. and Mr. Earl ular" think I'll try to get
daughter The Rev Cray pianist, rendereda Beef lb. 55c
Ground Peaches No. 21can . |
GossardNarroJine Its regular monthly! board Van Alstine of Hampton, becamethe program of nuptial music, preceding my money back though, because 19c
1 meeting Monday night at the bride of Earl Everett Ayers, the : Miss Doris it dosen't seem to be helping me '
home of Miss Sharon Hall with Ion of Mr. and Mra. Earl E. Ayers ceremony 'catch a fellow and as you can Rib orBrisket GERBERS ASSORTED
Parker, soloist "Because",
\ Girdles nine members present Sr., of Ludington, Mich., In a and "At Dawning"sang. The traditional ,Imagine that was my main reason Stew, lb. 29c Baby Foods .3 for 27c I IWORTHMORE
Mlss Dorothy Swanbom class beautiful candlelight ceremony wedding marches were : for subscribing to the thing

president, presided during the last Friday evening at 7:30 o'- used and a soft medley of approp- Porterhouse or
Maiden Form Brassieres justness session. Plans were .clock In the First Baptist Churchof riate l Hear the Future Farmer Ban-
the Ib.1.05
were played during
songs T Bone Steak Jelly lb. .
made for a party to be held the Hampton. ceremony. quet and the square dance after- Eggs, -19c

last of April. A committee WM' The Rev. Robert C. Gray, Jr" :ward was really the thing .
Mrs. Fred
Whldden ulster of
appointed to make arrangements pastor, officiated a* the Impressive just goes to show what kind of WOKTHMO.RE CHOCOLATE COVERED
AND FOR THE MEN the bride, served aa matron of
for a banquet to be held at the double ring ceremony.) hOoJ. r. Bridesmaids were Mr. boys we raise In Bradford Coun- Chuch Roast lb. 59c Marshmallow Eggs doz. -18c |
SHIRTS church during next month. Potted palms framed the background ty They know how to puton -
Edward G. Saxon and Miss
At the close of the meeting of tile altar with floor Betty the dog as well as if they ,
BY Durling Miss Joyce Lamb lb. 79c
Fuller -
Miss Hall assisted by her mother, baskets of pink and yellow gladIoli Betty were in a big city. Heard prac- Leg, -
JASONPaddle Mrs. Shellle Hall served delici- Interspersed with Queen cousin of the bride of Cocoa was tically everyone talking about JANE PARKER TREATS

4 ous refreshments to the member Anne' lace and fern. Tall branched junior bridesmaid. how late they got home and I Corn King( or Jack. Sprat Fan..ySliced

& present. ,..., candelabra held 'pink and Mr. Ayers had as his best man bet a lot of papas met their Bacon, lb. 45c
his brother, Robert E. Ayers of daughter's escorts with h-a-r-d

Saddle Ludington Mich., and ushers were looks. If saw that I

Sport Shirts I ASK THE MAN WHO KNOWSt MO JOUR,.WATCHAUrtlRI-. ,, ,,,. .u.v.v., v- S, Gilbert Fuller of Cocoa Charles had been lucky my papa enough to get an Lean Pork Loin *.
i J* Hicks, Otto Hicks. Jr., and Larry escort, bet he wouldn't want to 2r.

._aStar- Van Alstine, brother of the bride, shoot anybody he'd just con-

i all of Hampton. gratulate me Roast Chops ,

Brand ShoesChesterfield I The matron of honor, Mrs. ', Getting back to the banquet or Home Style Bread 18c
Whidden was attired in pink anti J some of the tilings that occurred .

marquisette over taffeta and car- hear Betty Carter
I End Cuts lb. 45cSmoked JANE PARKER
ried a nosegay of pink carnationsIn had a good time but not with the
Hats fern with an Imbedded lighted boy from Jax. Shame on youJ. Jelly Donuts, pkg. 6 2Sc

candle. Streamers of rainbow L for doing a good friend like
ratliv ribbon hung gracefully from that Seems Charles H. took L JANE PARKER
,the bouquet.Mrs. Hocklens 9 to 7 lb. avg.
Helen B didn't surprise me
I Apple Pie 59c
: Ties e Saxon, bridesmaid, wore though, been expecting it for Tender Picnics 37c lb.
Esquire : See oar line of Elgin and Bulova watches Beautiful dusty rose satin with matching some time'now Things aure do JANE PAJIKER

gifts( for Easter including rosaries and cross- marquisette head dress. She carried happen fast around here don't Herman Braunsrhwelgrr
.. i es and : a nosegay of rose carnations they Marcia? You have a date Spanish Bar '- 29c
i chains.Ed 'with a pink candle. Miss' Durlingwore with a boy and the next thing Liver Sausage 10 oz. 25c

Simpson a gown fashioned like Mrs. you know you'll go to a party JANE PARKER

STUMP'SDEPARTMENT ....k..r< Alrlla, Hallway WXrft I......... ft Saxcln.'s! of fuchia satin withmatching and "Mrs. Harry Green" will be Southland all Meat Brown 'n' Serve Rolls pkg. of 12 15c
headdress. Her nosegay on your placecard] course Weiners 1 Ib. cello 43c ,
STORE 1 E GEM JEWELRY, was of deep red carnations with that would tickle me pink as that JANE PARKER
matching candle. Miss Fuller, would probably b.e the closest I
FLORIDA Junior bridesmaid, wore a charm- would ever get to being a Mrs.: South Carolina Standard Cinnamon Raisin Bread 19c
Ing'gown of yelow organdie Her ." 49cQuick
flowers were yellow carnations and Hear Mr Funderburk and Mr. Oysters, pt. -

fern with a burning yellow candle. Purcell had a laughing good time HeadlessOcean ANN PAGE.A&P'S FINESTiI
All the attendants wore lace elbow- at ,the banquet wonder what was Large .

length mitts. so funny? Seems Mr.\ Roberts Shrimp, lb. 65c PURE'; CRABAPrLEJELLY
CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S The bride given In marriage ;lure did like the rolls, or was It I
CARPENTER'S by her father, wore a gown of the pretty young gals that served Quirk Frozen II & D Ready to Fry 15o8 fs.
exquisite white satin with a flow them? Never can tell about 15c L
Ing train. Her veil of white II- such things but guess I'd better Whiting, lb. -
Announcing .
fell from a beaded bandeau stop before these teachers get a
Land' was trimmed with Chantilly little peeved at me .
lace Her bouquet was of pink H. H. couldn't go 'to the festivities -
Decorated Egg Contest [orchids< and rOIl.... with satin aA'"she had to get her hair FRESH
fixed, It looks
1 showers of orange blossoms. might say mighty
I Mrs, Earl Van Alstine. motherof nice, too Wonder what kind REFRESHING PRICES
By Carpenter's Rexall Drug Store the bride wore a charming of soda It was that Jackie usedIn

gown of aqua crepe with black her hair,, or is she just kidding 1 lb. jar 22c 2 lb. jar 39c
I|accepftorles whole Mrs. Ayers, when she says it was soda How FANCY ICEBERGLETTUCE,2

R ti-1.- E-S I|mother of the groom chose powderblue do you like Marlon Harrington's Ig. hds. 19c
Toni? Think It's
crepe with pink accessories. mighty pretty
I Their corsages were of pink car- myself bet all the young gal ANN PACKCurrant
1. Each. entry mut bt completely decorated by the r..nt -
Following the ceremony a reception -: der if I tried a Toni oh, wellwhat' Eating APPLES, 3 lb. 39c-
2. Entrlen muM .bd mibmlttrd with entry blank printed brlow by .
wa. held at the home of the use? Think It wouldbe ANN PAGEOrange
4:00: P.M.: Thursday, Apr. e, 193O, to CarpeBter Retail\ DrugMtori Mr and Mrs. Van Alstine. Guests.. a better idea if I forgot a- FRE HARD HEAD ,

*. Judges will announce winner by e.try numbers at I were greeted at the door and presented bout the Toni and concentrated on Green Cabbage lb. 3c Marmalade, 1 lb. jar 23c |
to the receiving line by thebridey Marion What do you think 7 ,
11:00: A.M., Saturday, Apr. 8, 1950. ANN PAGE
I grandmother Mrs Guagle i .
S. Grand EaMrr pr\r will .be awarded winner' of each Newbern of Cocoa and Mrs Edith Glimpsed Lewis Halnes one of CRISP TENDER FI ". Pure Blackberry Jelly 29c
"tEKtND: : Van Alstine of our llc -
of the following group" : Hampton.The good looking college boy., CELERY, 2 stalks -
bride's table home for the Spring .
was covered
with a lace cloth and centered with sure Is good to see you Lewia! NO. 1 PORTO RICA
Group II -.gee 8 through 14. SCRATCH 25 lb. 1,03
the tiered wedding cake. At other Wish our Easter Holiday would ,
Cut out entry blank ....Iowand turn It In with your drcCHICKEN, points on the table were sliver hurry and get here but guess Sweet Potatoes, 3 lb. 29c -

orated egti, 50 C dlohea, holding Individual cakes and it won't be long before we'll be TALCO

". u PILAU mints. (nut of school for the summer FIRM GOLDEN RIPE, 1.19
LAYING MASH 25 lb. .
i wr\nl. with Coffee Pri...ldinar at the punrh bowl was I Hear Bobby Wasdin had quitea Bananas, 2 lb. 27c -
Entry Blank Carpenter's Egg Contest Mrs. Leek Fuller of Cocoa aunt of time skating Friday night. I TALCO

Our Prescription Department ; the bride. Others assisting In serving 1 What happened. Bobby? That l-oz. ....Uo'b&K
were Miss Helen Jean Parker whole crowd must have gone to GROWING MASH 25 lb. .1.2!
ThU egg war completely. d x-" rate
emergencies! Well trained I Richard D." :May kept the bride'sbook. found his broken arm handy, be TALCO

NAME: : ______________________--r.. and experienced pharmacists used the cast to fight a.bit I.. ..... cello bag % 3.95
are always duty to dispense Late In the evening Mr. and Mrs. My my some of these boy, when SPINACH19c 20 DAIRY FEED, 100 lb. -

AGE: ______ n -- ----- ------ ------ quality drugs at minimum Ayers left for Davtona Beach will you grow up? ,

ENTRY NUMBER: : prices any hour of the day or where they will soend several days Has everyone noticed Jerry -
night. before leaving for their home In Lawson's new specs? Can understand FRESH
Ludington :Mich. why the gals to the
.. v 4 TelephoneCARPENTER'S"64" go
Among the out-of-town guests new eye doctor but can't figure ROASTED
were )Ir. and Mrs. E. E. Ayers, Sr", out why he's so popular with the B
and Robert E Ayers. of Ludlng- boys unless it could be that PEANUTS
ton. Mich.; Mrs. Ray Whldden of there 1 I. a cute nurse in the picture

Maniatee. Mich.: Mrs. Leek Fuller somewhere Never can a oil cello bag
Miss Betty Joyce Fuller GilbertFuller tell gala so If your sweetie has
The Store Where You See "
Your Prescription Filled Clark Fuller, and Mrs. E. been going to get his eyes checked 23cMAR

A, Newborn of Cocoa; Mrs. Bertha lately maybe you had betterdo
Fuller and Stephen M. Ken- a little checking or maybe


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Mrs.\ Effle Johns pent last week ; i o T. rt 5) 8. Rah','k. and IIM ..r<1..d In heed Ronk *) at
In Jacksonville her Elma Lee Hickey Weds Ceo L SpurlinIn EMWTION OK Jl'1 1 V KOKS "l'rF.nVI. IMalntirrvs *. ram 101 111 thereof of the p..blle '
visiting ulster. .
KOH THK HHAPFdltll XOIL.fONXKHVATKIN re"'"t'de i.f said County: Alan, froit
Mrs Mena McCrutcheon. Mrs. J'I i Memorial Chapel At Penney FarmsThe IMHTOICT! I.awrence T, II!..o' nilHefendnnts. Ict'< nInseplttna t iii I Interseetlon of south line or .j
J. Gross and Mrs J H ', April. 5. l"t)0 sHld, Hetl with west line of "rUate
Cruca rum it n tti t ,, the .Hull CnnitervRlInnPlutrlrtc 4 Hsei.. 711511, ... Uo..il 2nn run northerly along acid
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Gors. Jr.i; marriage of Miss Elma Lee I Ait I "otmptvr DH2. ,KlurlilttHlnltlte pONr'.t: ....... IIP: itp "Mutt<; u..-: I Hist KnMil KHIVk feet to a point orWalnnlnn
of Atlanta, Ga.. Hickey daughter of the late ,of I'M' ), notice I I.* hereby HHIiKU: t.10' i'I' i3LitlrtitNAN them-e run westerly .*
were guests of Irlvm of ,111 "'I.'. lIon l I.. hi' held April I' NI>TI'' : Til AI'l'KAIt: riaht angles' to Htat Itoml for IB*
M THE NEWS *sf Mr. and Mrs. W. B Mtindy. Jr. I Eugene and Lorena Hickey o< I 1M. 1050 fin, I tllf I 1 i-lci-tlon of five miiI | HTM-K: UK Kl.l>llin\' In lO.lwIn: fei-t. thence northerly and parallelsalil .1
, last Tuesday. Belmore. Fla.. and James I .rvlNorn fi>t I thf Hrnrtrnrcl. Hull I I'nnHervatlou r. Tniisalln iiiul illailva. Totias Rn, I.. Htst. Road 53'4 feat tn south '
t. I IJlfomht'rg I lKtrlr I t his wife, "h....' Mtlm i> !I. unkiiiiwn line ..r n street thence easterly. ::1
sheer dn-mpo 7.08 i ianl son of Mrs. Lula Spurlin I I .'..llInl) << 1'ln.' i Hli.iiK sulil street line HO feat traSHI '
InIt. | Stark t',,,, 1I't llmine You are hn.-liv not lfIei, I thai I H | Road thenee southerlyel.flg J
'Ito and the late George I Spur. "" | O4'Mt.
,,rd of Cocoa spent Mr. and Mrs. Ed Llersh wereguests I !IIK.D.b.: .. 12 to 20 antI l gis : |I La..t"f1t"r..I.: .* KUlHur Htiitli.ti suit. tins. he- Inxlltulcil, In I lie it. said I I State Tloail 83H feet to.point .
' rolli( herr 2-11.a. India's Dries. fin of Penney Farms. was anlrmnlzed hove nHineil ,'"urt cud! sue. liyIhe of heictnnlna: together with
'e of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shjup.! '
; t' 'C, n.re visiting Thursday evening March n.llbnnf1.ln.: ... Rf> , i H Fields and hagen last weekend en route Mrs W. F. Godwin and Mrs W. Hti,ore IMnsllfs I ln'.. ,n Klnrlilii' thereto appertaining.Xnil .
II, On her rea Vero each to their Stl'll1-1 J Chandler returned '! 16. at 7 o'clock In the Penney vJcr1ki Hr.."kili i ..I son's ..I.M*.. ,'pi.rntliMi" Niitlnniil I riiintlcUln.. I you and "",'h of you are' here.l.v .
from .
,lrp, IIHT" Sunday Farms Memorial! Chapel. I llftmptitii I t'liitul May's StoreiIiiurC Pitt y.. I Ino it )'I,,rIii inrpiirHtUin.Awreiue : : i reiitlre| ; < <-omr"led| by North Hollywood Calif. Griffin Ga They were ; I |fln. ,I'M will I lilt .iiien lie- I' (. lloMiril i itml, wife I ilolille : "ml ,'nll'" on Buy I. l U n<>. and laset
Il'I. 'M will visit her here they also visited Mr. and led by their at'mpan-I The Rev. Howard H. Mott, pas twren tilt hmirx nf !I'OO AM i"nli M I II 0\Y..I.. '1' h'rnnlt I Lnnilrilm I; vi your answer or other pla..o2-
\,'ilte ,m. 'tor of the Beulah Baptist Church I i It. I'M I rind wife C'srleen I.Hiiilriini MrephenK 'IniCH on "plaintiffs attorney aa re-
Mrs. Phil 'Heydorn sister. Mr. and Mrs. H. All i i'l. I ; Hlinmons. anti, I vlf,. Ktilh I lnn>
in MelroHe and B Mont-I qimllfli'il' ) ,"f 'KS) officiated at the ceremony ,,, : Hlniniiuis, Htiil. Kiln In \ Tnnsilllnanil ::: :: :
'C I ? who I nlthln Hi liNlilil lull luiul Ivlnxwithin II'I "f t tho Hill of Complaint' will
Mr. Komery will
Mrs. ;
and M. Latterman and visit them for : : I I
fultd $15. I Vi I wife. .
.hi.rki.kln Arrangements of white gladioli I I thi it'irnl C liiiiinftiirlen of tI.ncl. lllailys >ulii1IUi nnilifenilaits. l.r tnketi as confessed hv row.Hrnilford
( Capt. and Mrs. L. Erhard of several weeks. ,' foixl. 1 4'outm: Vlnrlilii) shall li,. ellirI ). .. fur fuHM-losure. a ... I Ceuintv Telegraph shallimMlsh .
, ...' !Mll'P1,1 and fern against a backgroundof i I thli Iti .iiti. In I thin elect i.n. lain ninrlirns'e h.hv. iilalntlffa I 'thin' order In Its next four
Klbert: Edwards Starke. I Mrs. Roy Turner and daughter. !! niHgnolla foliage\ and native JL A .,,,all,1. I'liM'tor a. defined InI a first ami itrlur lIen Mirninsr '.r.j .wi-nklv. .Issttaa.. ,
Mrs Suit! HulU! stilt*!-Spring milts' Carol Donald Ray Tllley and Mr. I I he. Flollilii\' Hull: I IVnxxrvRllini l iii l Nt follriwlnir ruitertv sIt hale I In lit' WITNBttH mv han.' and the seal
home used In tlecorallnn :
their were I lo-wlt
to greenery I lets At1't I 1m-liiil w nnv periton tiuitltfletl furil 1'iiunty. KliirtdM. : .
returned Summer "wilful! Alvarez !Store.' 2t and Mrs. Rob Shaller, : ..<. ..f .nI.l 1 1-iMirt at Mmrke. Wl.'srlda.this |'' .
c.t La Sunday after spent Sun- the sanctuary 'of the church. ti volt In iri'nerNl elections nnrti H4 of KKI4 .r H\Vi, of S. t\\. 1'w"| of Mareh A. r'. I Ubfl.
Beach E. W. Murphy left Monday for day in Silver Springs. | ; >r the i "''illntkin, unit, O4lalo.t..otFI..rld" A !S. It it Hvist iif Xtnte Komi. 24th day A..1 Tftnmsa.As .
Here visit. Lighted white tapers In'the chap fei h.1. I .I
ItI [ ,eral days .init uhit IM nlmt n lumlr lOll enrept |1..1 IUO >t s'iuar'I. Clerk of Maid Court. .
I mother Mrs.Lr Baxlcy. Ga.. where he will managethe !Stilts, $19.9.1 up at AUareStore. / : el's windows and In graduated : "''*,' i thi. herein minted dlit- non!h'nst corn', itttil t'toept" i the 'tVFI'IAI. SEAL .
Edwards I'M' rrlenseil. ii A I D Mnriln amiliililu
A & P trlct.
store there.
He will *
I" t' !
y: 1I..n
I .nll' Mta" Elaine 211 i candelabra cant .a soft glow over II i, i '1'I.ton.I..lnl.tr&I"' sHint. ( Martin' hli e lf. mil li Hlmr ) C'roshy .
.<< >
time next week. this I.n ", .. iiCted $,.ltr'iiitep 2M Ut, fin' I'lf a-8I 41 <-*! ,
guest week her
week In Mrs J marked the family pews. s.ai it t *

,rnr' Beach. Mrs. I* at Valdosta State College was Friends will regret to hear that rendered a program of nuptial 1.-

[ ,1111'1, rt here Sunday Mini Margaret Mann sister of Mrs Harley Strong la! ronfincil .. "''.1.H1 VI'ION POll
- ..iii,I! make her home Mr.\ and Mrs. E. C. Mann. Jr. of Shad t T "\ III-:.:"
'cl'e8t Hospital because of inJurIes marches were used and "Lleb- 11..".. Mill >,.. IHIIU:
| .Isl, 'I' Airs. J H. Fields. Starke. Miss Mann is now in1 I she received in H fall last eatraum" was played softly durIng NOTIl'K. ,. I IM IIKIIKI-V: <1.\. 1 IN.:. IhMlV
\ I- ii.l.n i !th. hnlil.tr i.f 11. fi.lluwlnic
111."9. New '
hoI 7I! <' to her Junior year at V. S. C. | wotkend.v: the ceremony.Mrs. .M,tlfli I iti-. IIMH riled iiLI

i.mart Shoppe. Straight rut slip !$1.91 anti '!'I Just ,rccclxiNl! !Special" punhnoiof Edward Charbonneau soloist : rertlfltMti' .' H tax tlri'il t to '''' INmitil
and rela- !$112.08-ra'on. t: cotton. Leila's! Arrolxtt, fhiklren'H thLMt.on" The t i>..llrlo.nto..I .
friends Hhin-n for ,
i 1, ,.ttl'lIlle,< l the funeral ofJM Dress Shop. Easter at a Having of $1 I to $2 a I Ever Told" "I Love You Truly"and ..r I the proiieitv.' ...nml' thtnanivi I
I Hutchlngs here last Mrs. Louise Moore Mrs. Ella pair! !$2.95.: $3.9.1 $4.11'lUarl.! "The Lord's Prayer." Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs.
,'ere' Mr and Mrs. 'J. C. Johns and Mrs. Ara Moitt spent Stioppe." C. M.\ Burkhalter Jr., served as 'George L Spurlin following their I : No M \"r..r INHIIHIU

II l Mi and Mrs. Harold Thursday of last week in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Jr.. I best! man. Ushers were James [ marriage on Thursday March 16 I ItANiTlptlun,S 47. uf t'ropei'ty 1.,1. 84 ftlt Friday & Saturday, Mar. 31. Apr. 1 Double Feature

Pensacola Rev. Joe ville. and Mr. and Mrs. A. H Harley Ill Knight of Penney Farms and J. In the. Penney Farms Memorial In \\'nil lii 5.C. .H of t Mouth ItnnKu tt KH.|, contwltilnii TWO MUGS FROM BROOKLYNWith
\ Phoenix> City Ala.., Mrs. Mrs. Effie Johns spent several spent last Saturday evening in W. Hlckey and Willis Wright of Chapel. 20 acre im>r.* or' leitNMum -
Lnadoe if I'a'tka! and I days last week visiting Mr. and I Gainesville.Mrs. Green Cove Springs.The Photo by Hollywood \\11 Its.* In whIch nnHei<....1: harvey 1. "'ni. llcmlU." :\Ia\ Bear, pint

Llyi White of Gainesville) Mrs. L. L. Renfore In New River. Charles Burton of Klngslry bride. given in marriageby All of cold l property. being' In thOminty FORBIDDEN TRAIL

Lake entered St. Vincent's Hospital her brother Cleo Hickey, had I I Mr. Spurlin is engaged In the cat- of llrmlfnid, ....I..t.Of Klor-.
I IC I Id"
With Buck. Jmir. Tim Mc'oy
In Jacksonville Tuesday where as her maid of honor Miss June tle Industry. I I'nlcRH nilch i-ertlflcnte or certlfl.mteH ..
she will shall h. reileenieil, iit'rordlniclt Also< Comedy, anti Serial
C undergo an
: tLASSIFIED operation. Hall. Bridesmaids were Miss Among the out-of.town guests law the propmty ilitiicrllieil I In \
Guests of Mrs. Nona Moore last Dorothy Johns and Miss Lucille were Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Lehmanof such rertlfIcutft. fir certlfia'aI..s will'

weekend were her daughter Mrs. I Alvarez of Starke and little Suzl Parts Illinois, Mr.\ and Mrs. .be oiirt"nlil hum tn the flour hIghest f.n Ihe hlililer first at Mou the Sunday Monday, Tuesday, April 2, 3, 4

Norman Holland and son Rlrky. Broadway also of Starke served Prevatt of Jacksonville\ and Mr. day In the month of May 1(1511(
Singer! 8ewlrB, Macbin..1TrmC SALESMAN WANTEDr K a 1 table and her son. Earl Moore of Bar- a. flower which In the )1-1 "It" nf May, 1UMI
t girl. C. R. and, Mice Merkin
I are available In man to succeed R. L. TuKKart as II Campbell 1>' UO thin tilth iluy of March
.-tlon only throuith Sln.-.r Kawlelgh Dealer In Bradford wick, Ga.Straight. Miss Hall maid of honor, was and Mrs. W. R. Thomas of Jacksonville 19SOOKKHIM.!
Machine Co., 1.i N. MarI I ('..unly. Automobile I SRt. .t. Thomiin,
necetisary. :: rut Mips *1.97 and gowned'In white marquisette over ( : ; I1".t"
Lake City K... Phonoor Trade well established.. Mr. Tal(- ClnrU of Circuit nf llrnilforil
''lie' visit our shop. Our Karl Is selecting another locality 92.98-rayons A I'nCttln Leila'sDmw apple green taffeta with a match (',"' ''Iy. KU. 9-91 t Service can will viall I nearer his home In Clay
a County. Shop.
ing green taffeta hat and short -
.me upon request. tf Write at. once W. gIving T. Kawlelarh uKe, and Com.lnny experience. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hnzcn had as I nylon lace mitts. She carried''a Harleys HonoredAt 1\1 'r'...: flltflir C..l II'r nv TIIHl'lf.Illll

NT. Clean dealrlble clonenlnhed Dept. KAC-270-162. Memphis -I I their guest last weekend their Colonial of Informal .. I hit I S I. 1"1.1'. .. osl'iIM
1.100 utifurnlahed ) Tenn. 4tp 3-31 bouquet pink carnations. PartyA N 'r' T K tiP' >llll. "'l%
9 ColonIalI nephew Richard Barbour. of AMI "'() ( llll IIIKOHIt l )lT" % .
-nlo, Al i> cottage. I I' '
I Madlaon. tft RaDios HF.p%iHFni: I I Gainesville.! The bridesmaids wore gowns group of friends honored Mr. V Unlock I ilea'ealJteel'h and hi. wife
9c electric. refrlar135 HeBsonab All Make..........All_ prnaraiileed.Models. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Scarboroughof fashioned like that of, the maidof and Mrs. A. H. Harley III, whone

1.F.: t Cood, Also. lec-- til ,... C". BHRPHKHU Gainesville spent Sunday here honor of white marquisette marrIage was an event or March<
,"ft drink JP box with one dry Court *. Msjdlaosj, "........ ,Pk. 3sta. visiting; Dr. and Mrs. \\". E. Mid- Misses\ Johns and Alvarez chose 12 with a surprise party at the

litment, Hmlth'l Uarare.r dleton. Harley home on North CherryStreet -
a-11 SELL YOUR TI mEn marquisette over lavender taf -
NOW Easter sulta at Alvarez Store." feta. The flower girl wore white Monday evening.Mrs. -

c OLE put" Rent': Mod. s.rm.I $19.95 up. 21 marquisette over pink taffeta. Frank Humphreys presented -
I._ range good apses heat Highest Cash Prices Paid
I yard Adults or couplaa Mrs. Bertha Pearce had as her : All wore matching hats of taffeta the Harleys with a lovely

Infant,, ldl.ll'i J'r K.: ofJ 'guests Saturday her son-in-law and : and nylon mitts. They carried cake she baked inscribed: "Best
\ takd '> atl WILL BUY IN BULK '
|l bridge 111.... C. C. Wynn I IIf daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. G God. Colonial bouquets of yellow Wishes. to the Newlyweds.. During A
c I OR IN UNIT- I'win of Gainesville. On their return I \\hry: anthemums. the evening delloloim refreshments l 'o Y SEEN BY

<: Kmuln< Indian Formonu they were accompanied bv The bride's gown was of traditional were enjoyed. 0,000

vendor, well rooted balled EDWIN w PECKOr Mrs. Pearce who was their guest white satin with a fit Those enjoying this event with PEOPl.E I
dos. 5 I in-I
$1 160 per to
c 17 50 per hundred or 25 for John W. Turner during last weekend. ted bodice featuring a quaint Mr. and Mrs. Harley were Mr. and

TimcllH",. Kelvedre Pauline Aaaleaj. I I '1.. O. Box 463 I Lewis Haines IT, of Wake For. high-banded neckline and tiny Mrs. Frank Humphreys and daughters -
A Nnrnrry Mr.
est N. C., arrived last weekend 2 Years In New York
I Olllni owner, P. O. E' xKarlton I Gainesville, Fla. satin buttons down the front. Louise. and Clenna Mr. and
: Fla I ship plant I IIf to spend several days visiting his I Her skirt terminated In a cathedral Mm. Adam Sharpsteen Mr. and 1 Full Year In Chicago

Send me a post card and I parents the Rev. and Mrs. L. D. train. Her full length Veil Mrs. Ray Howe and son, Eugene 47 Weeks In los Angeles
ll.K An 8.: ,04.rl,* R Athenahug Haines.
of sheerest illusion fell from a
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Corwln Mr
a" harrow with cut apimrfi will come see you : 44 Weeks In Boston
Tame! Hharkskln suits. $13.
IK a Herculeil Brand I II head band of white satin and or- and Mrs. Smith IleVoe and children -

Jiml II I?
tractor Emmalyne cascade bouquet of white carna-
I JIM power drlvwn POR'r,HLtR. bsiarsisifeedlouVlAiITi Fred Lronhard.
Jr rout 1148. 14othusc4 .. );;!< ( !;Iii i Ocala spent the weekend with her .tiona. SEASON 2.40
.. I '4- StifHStark '*' '
n..rl time but will sell both JdA'on AT
1,0 j-ixh. ALSO building lots I mother Mrs. L.. U. Morgan and Miss Elma Thomas aunt of the I

I side of new landing hi- H.fel.. ........ Bars. KisBta!...l other relatives. bride was gowned In Ice blue Birthday Party
j'. nil F.. of Call SI, bridge I Supplies A equipment Large selection Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Carter of
fi'O' ft. wide ALSO 6-rm. I Low price Qtck. service.Phone crepe with white accessories For Suzie Broadway
"i farm house for $12000 cash; I Till .IR.Y Mvvpiles. Daytona Providence and Mrs. R. E. Tanner Her shoulder corsage was of pink 1L NOW YOU CAN SEE IT
I ni'lourd yard. good lawn" P.ach. 64* Ballouajh Rd tf Sr. of 'Baldwin, spent Sunday Little Miss Suzl Broadway celebrated .
'I in W lde I near IIandlngI carnations.Mrs. Install screens;, or rrplare yourprrnent \
Aim < Wynn, Itt ml. I FOR SALE:: New 14 ft. plywoodboat. with Mrs. J. H. Fields. George L. Spurlin motherof her fourth birthday anniversary rudleil. or torn screens' .
Stark take left hand I ICall AT POPULAR PRICES I Iif
HI I Ueo. W. Thomas 824 N. Ladle Easter ilresm $1.93 to the bridegroom chose dusty on Wednesday March
bridge. if Cherry. lipFOR with our high quality copper or
'" lay-I $12.99. Smart Shoppe rOse crepe with white" accessor 15, with a party at the home of
'ALE. 250 white leghorn BENT: : Cabin. :i rooms A Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and her aunt Mrs. Ruby Johns.: Hostess steel screen wYou owe Ito
ies. of Dutch
.n IpulM year) .af 75% w.- I b.!:.. furnished hot yater. ALRU corsage was I ( family's health and comfort ;
: your
0 II 75 ea. Call) at my I furnished unimproved cabin to son Franklin and Mrs. Pearl blue iris. on this occasion was her .
I 10 ml W of Ktarke' on Rd I rent. ALSO trailer by day. last to Inwct-prool your home.St Honing' ANTON WAIilOOKMAIIUS
'. 0 lU.h..ndolliU. space Burnham spent weekend In Immediately following the ceremony mother, Mrs. H. C. Broadway. j, .
lip week or month. Edge of S. city CO>INO MOlA SHEAstl
limit. on Highway 100. Hlnehurst Valdosta. Ga.. visiting: Mr. and. Miss Elma Thomas and Games were enjoyed by the little A J. Arthuf lank Prennlolioo

ratiir PALE.' good Cnldnpot. condition elect., HO.r.- Tourist Court Ph. 17-R-1-1.tiP 9-11 Mrs. T. E. Horndon. Mrs. George Spurlin entertainedwith guests during the afternoon.The us FIRST for high quality a' a s well-Pe.ibufger Piedettlon-

> model radio $10. 4-burner Senator S. D. Clark of' Monti- a reception at the Community dining table was centered 'An logic lion Film leleoi l lt
| range with oven 115. Two Fill dirt. deaf h.m... .Y.... .10..... cello spent several days this Inn. with a lovely birthday cake engraved low cost building sup-
$$0. ea fall at my farm 10 ..........10'.. drive. war pa>*l.*.
of week here visiting Senator and 1 and "Happy Birthday. Suzi"Mrs. plies we have everythingfrom .-- Plus' Latest News
atarke, Ra.( 100.. N. Ovid Lewis care Sweet Shop Seasonal white blossoms .. --------.-
lirhejKtollar. Itp Court St.. Starke. tfp224| Mrs. Charlev E. Johns. : the rooms against a background Broadway assisted by Mrs foundation blocks to

'LE: no )heart nrprcaa and FOR. RENT: Nice furnished apartment Just received! Shipment Tiny i of magnolia foliage and bamboo. 1-S.tclle Mundorf served cake and roof paint. Ph. 15-W. [t Ac.WlDr OF 3 and Cartoon !
'f'cuotfd pine fence pouts. 25 I (bath. porch b.dr"om.klt..handlnott. Town Tog Ea"ter ilresme forgirl" : The bride's table overlaid with Ice cream to the guests. Small J
oaob ar 120 take all. Call .). All utilities except ARDSI
y farm 10 ml. W. of Ht.rke I gas furnished. ALso *leep- Smart Shnppr. I a point de Venice lace cloth was colored baskets filled with Easter
d 1 100 N d. Klchondollar. I Ins room. to rent. 821 S. WalnutSt. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert i centered with the three-tiered candy served as favors. rs

ttpn Itp Deal last weekend we r I'MI'll. wedding cake embossed with lllles- Enjoying this affair with Stizl Wednesday & Thurnday, April 5 & 6

.. -d .a. compute ration. NOTICE: 30 days after date the Deal's brother-in-law and sister of-the-valley and garlanded withorange were Jan Coggins. Linda Cooper
'tire Ih.y nave It by feed-i undersigned will dispose of all Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Petty. Jr. : Jane and John Adams Betty Lou
PAS.AIJ< blossoms and fern-
: H.
Starke Builders
from tart toi personal effect of Allen Supplies GOLGOTHA "The' Life of Christ'Alitt
I PAS.A-MI-I. ."ppll... m.mlnerci. Schmidt which 'vere left with and their sons Monty Milton Lighted white i tapers In silver and Richard Walnwrlght Donna -- ,

rrn. Stain.. Sl.tm-lk often!! la..klnit Feed I Mar.the understated SI. 1950. (Signed Dated A 11"1'1.this Massey and Mickey of Orlando.Mr. candelabra flanked the centerpiece Trawlck. Joallce Graham. Sally .\d>cent to S. A. U fly Depot
..s "I..u. iti mann. 4M-II and Mrs. A. Welles Stump. on either side. Ann Epperson and Jean Barton. > Latt New .

%TM:, Eaol..r honnlea. A144fl1 FOR SALE 'S7 Ford tudor sedan. of New York Mrs. F. F. Stump The puoch'table covered with .

some, for fifth b.t. Carl I 6 good tires new battery 11',11 and Miss Evelyn Stump spent' lace cloth. was centered with Methodist CirclesTo ,
or.,! "". N of'Stark.*! running; condition. Sam Rosonberg. weekend In Monticello --
01. $In cement: block I _." last Yi"lt.I I the punch bowl which wa placedon t
Pptett. and Mrs. W. H. Thom MondayThe
Hartmann Mfr I Ing I I a glass reflector, and festooned
2tp4i EMPLOYMENT WANTED: Heflnedwidow '
wish'. ** position' housekeeper son. with baby breath and fern. of the Women's Society
tin ,.rm non"..., bath, nlc. or care of. Invalid: or aaed Parker l Wednesday Let DENMARK'S help Solve Your Sleeping.1'roblemtt
Lamb the
Miss Pat at
or. .WIth moat. of furniture person Stark. or vicinity Kx-, Madison where tic will accent I presided of Christian Service of the
:4' .in'n' 2 ml- from( Starker I perlencedDrlv' car "St. Aua-us- the Florida I punch table assisted by Mrs. W. Methodist church will\ conduct the
.? Very reanon.ble; tine references. Write Mrs. employment with WITS THIS PINK
Glover Mrs. Merritt Locklln Mrs.
j Monday
?hlldresH. ( St. program and social meetings -
Box 1124. K tbryn Youmsns. 114 power and Light Company there. '
Ito St. Augustine Fla. 2tp4-l Bascom Franklin.-Mr Cleo Hick afternoon beginning at 3:30: -_: ,

i ey, Mrs. John Baugh and Mrs. o'clock. ,

Brooks Shlpman. Circle One will meet with Its INNERSPRINfi MATTRESS .

Mrs. H. C; Broadway kept the leader, Mar Bertha Pearce In her I

bride's book. Mrs. A. A. Durden home on West Madison Street
At _ _ If It weren't fur a sipr !aJ. part-has you'd have to
rut the wedding cake assisted by I Mrs. E. K. Perryman will be co-
I rlJ-.NTV MOUE for this ntatlrraiii rimtulii
I pay
Miss Louise Balten Mrs. Ruby hostess.
APRiL SPECIflLS Johns and Mr. W. E. Du BOMB.During Circle Two Mrs. L D. Green niinilMTH' anti ninnhrrs. of 'nine-pampering rolls\ to

Torode'sMotor the evening Mr. and Mrs. Header will convene with Mrs. L. the iloiiMiIxil. 4/e: and a> proportionately hitch nuin

Spurlin left for a wedding tripto I A, Davis In her home on West Mad- / her In the' single< ) be.1| Sisal! Kvery last roll i In, cushions

New Orleans. La. The bride 1 1 lIOn.I In layrraof fluffy cotton felt anti ulsaJ.HPIX'IAL .

traveled In a gray suit with I Circle! Three, Mrs. J R. Wainwright -

matching accessories. Her corsage leader will be entertainedby I

was of white carnations.Mr. Mr. C. H. Quick In her residence U'I : 224 PRICK

Tune UD and Mrs. Spurlin will reside -I 'on Washington Ave. Mrs. I ,, ,

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MAR 31 1950 FRIDAY, MARcii

a cross between a hog and a'kangaroo too. Some nice rains have helped Vlclnus ODDER, Defendant.OF PUBLICATION Case Nn. 77M, IN nun TY IT. ri.ORIUAl( IM CHAM-!! Law.This Estate:la to notify ALL, WHOM IT f::.; v.TVr"> ', 1111(I'MO!

built of slabs a lot, but It still seems as thoughthe ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR 1KRY. .,, Peter MAY CONCERN!; that I. Abbl Louise Mary Lou t
as the pen more STATE OF FLORIDA to: walletVicinus Irene Oulnan, Plaintiff, Administratrix of the Thomas E. WoodhenrlACase ) t I,
FARMER'SDIARY stand some No. Morrow, an J ;
soil can Case
sawmill 48 residsnra and addr human Defendant
from a nearby ) was whop L. of D. C. Klnlaw, deceased No 7803. d IIORnER
Inches high, and the wire perhapssix moisture; Another frost warning ss iu: ale Roosevelt Avenue, 700. will on May /h. 150, apply to theConey OF I'BLICA'r .
Kndlcntt. New ORDER OF Countyfor
thank goodnessit Judge of Bradford AND
but '
) Inches higher. We despairedof this past week, You are required to appear on ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR Flno.DI..h"r.\ .... as said Ad- STATE! OF FIAt1t11iA'gAaE. \R
) didn't materialize\ April 10th, 1950, In the above namedCourt to: Peter Final Return T>
Henrietta in the to FLORIDA; ministratrix, havingfiled wnodham, whose h,5
ever keeping C e and ':. wherein plaintiff I I I..t.J.?: In: 1B72 on estate.Abhle. NAR Box CCCopomilr: /i ,: "' '
anti 1'l4 "h
Sam McGarvey pentagon bldg. ((110 named because seeks, divorce custody and con. Sheridan' Avenue, Springfield, Ohio. Louis Morrow, You are required ,
By beets In a child. Bradford County ti cDDeirs .
some minor on
Alice planted trol You are required to appear !
and definitelynot
there are five sides, Telegraph shall publish thl > the above named Administratrix. Pct Court d0cause.ttnhn ,:
nothing happenedshe April 17th, 1 BO In l a
The amber vtUI be glad to re- connected with a much more row, then after Order In next four weekly (Mile*. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 3.17t <-7 tiff seek divorce 'DIa" I'
onion seed. You hand and offlrlsl seal >i ,
_lve ltim of Interest concerning1 elaborate building up In Washington put In some Witness mv eeek divorce. Bradford County for minor child, nttorn'" > r*. I
at Biarke, Florida, thin March 8th,, shall publish" this OrderIn M o''CE s .
the activities of farmers In ) but added another strand of know what happened. Now they'reboth 1950 ;Telegraph next four weekly: :Issues. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Bradford County Telcaipublish ," s'ck .
thick as fleas on OFFICIAL REAL) A. J Thoma.,, official, neal that I have : thin Order In (
Bradford County. Suggestions may barbed wire. At the time of writIng coming up ( \Vltnes my hand and Thin Is to certify weekly 1 Issues. IC
laid Court.
Clerk of
and It looks like A at "Starke' Florida this March llthI filed my Final Accounts In the
be left at tIe, Telegraph office or she Is penned_pp--but we won'tbe a hound's back, By Haven troche I> C. ? Estate of W. E. Andrew and will Witness my hand and :, .

mailed to Sam McGarvey Lawtey, surprised to see tier skipping we'll have a e crop. of* bunions. T. Frank. for Plf.1.andrum_, Starke 8-10, FlaAtty 4t 3-81. (OFFICIAL SEAL. Clerk) of A. salt J. Thomaa.Aa Court. Ion to the the I County Hth- clay of Judge April of, 1DAO Bradford, apply ::'gs. arke, Florida, thl, M,. 1u

Florida. around the pasture in the morning. > Haven Crosby, D. C. County for Final Discharge, as Administrator (OFFICIAL, SEAL/; ) A
I She apparently dosen't like to be Have stopped milking entirelyand IV t'inn rr roi MT. "H IN'UI'OHU tlltM- H By V Knight, Htarke, Florida of the said Kivtate. This A. Clerk of v ''""'
doubt wonders Joy seems to be drying up (.'ol''r''. PMHIUt<< Atty for 1'If. 3-17 4t 47mnir March 17ib r.aoDeWitt. By Haven Crosby, D..r.. oeH.
Had better luck with our latest would pay. Well, last week 8. penned up, and no all right. When she does we'll ( KHV.lunar I. Hyatt, Plaintiff v... RubyeI'1t..lI. r. Jones, O. Brown, Starke. Fit.
back and raised the why we :waste so much time tryingto J% ( roi HT IIR'PFO"O Admlnl.trator.81T Att). for I'lr. '
out buyer came: the feed Into her and .. Hyatt, Defendant Cans No. 111- ..
hatched IM
batch of chicks which really pour ( <>! NTV FLORIDA| itT t.:
her there.
ante to $120 and we decided to keep I she'llbe f'.:"Y.
hen with e ;try to build her up so that 1799.ORDER OF Pt'BLKATIOVAM' Plaintiff . '
this week.. Set a broody sell! him. In a short time he :.was good and strong When having ;.1' NOTICE TO APPEAR Mangle flehop Margaret Jordan,Jordan Defendant, Can ,., : ', "
14 white Holland eggs and got 11 loaded and down the highway he Main reason Is that she got in I STATE OV FIX1RIDA to: Kubye No.va. 770(1(

chicks, which Is not baa considering went, and with him went our our brand new orchard and n
the fact that they were pullet hearts. You might say that he I ruined our young peach trees. But Thinking about having some I I I You are required -appear on /STATE; OV' FLORIDA to: BlHhopJorden
April tnth, 1950 In the above nam..dCuurt whose residence la: Un
but he
six beast '
have dumb I
'We already was only a
eggs we discovered the damage before timber cut and sawed which we find rouse, wherein. plaintiff known.
that about five so much a part of our farm that seeks divorce. iradford'wanly on I
oung fryers art store on our place and i I You are required to appear
out will then
chance to
the root had a dry nubllxh this Orderin
Telojrrnph In Ihe auove named -
I7th. 1B50
him for April
to miss a
old and with these 11 more we are going
eeks and it looks as though they will be able to use as needed. Cometo next four weekly. iHiue. (Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
we ought to have some good fried long Ume to com And we" are citrus, think of it. It would be very I I Witness my hand ana official "seal I II seeks. divorce Bradford County FLORIST I
'hlcken pretty soon. Have another never, never going to make a pet come back again. Grapes of I at dtarke Florida, this 8th of Telegraph shall publish this" Order atrT Q 1
plums, persimmon, pecans are' all fine to be able to use'lumber I Mar<'h. 1950.UFFICIALAu. In next four weekly Issues. Pars ,
roody hen In the brooder house, out of a steer again-that Is, until doing well and we're very glad that the right size whenever you ( Clerk A. aidnCourt Wltnesa my hand and official, seal I
of :March llth
: at Mtarke Florida,
we'll our' breeding the next time;
o guess e we took the time and trouble to needed It, without searching all Ilv Haven C'roHbv, I> C. ]1Rf FLOWERSFOR
oosters In there to fertilize the C e orchard started. Got a over the place for It John J. HvnderHon, Enq, 4823 Colo- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
ggs and then set some more. Cultivated our two acres of snap get an t nial Ave Lakeshore, Jacksonville, As Clerk of said CountRy FOR OCCASIONS
bulletin from Miss Dorothy Ross, Kla.Atty.. Haven Crosby, D C.
'ure It's slow and you can't raise beans with the tractor and they Home Demonstration Agent, on Awakened In the early morningby for Plf 2-10' 4t 3-81 3-17 4t 4-'

any at a time, but you still can'teat are coming: along' In good style. raising blueberries and hope to get sounds out front and discovereda IM oiiuiir. (-01 nr.IM't RHt1)FORD ,
/ ;: '-
> the old fashioned hen for big semi-trailer stalled there (' > FI.Hlotl| IN (ll'\'. ,
the cultivator so that the some of them going too. -
Adjusted .
( Kit Y on us for reliable
alslng chicks the side # e e out of gas. Got up and took the T>ean llendemon, Plaintiff, va.. Carol @ dm,
disc along Louis R. Dean
a' e e two hjllers ran
driver to phone. He Insisted Henderson. Defendent. Case No. and health N
soil Our berry patch Is coming back I In a oee at Horth"hilsavings. ,
Met J.. E. Brown (father of Mrrf of the bed and pulled the up 1197.
to the beans. The effect was that very, very slowly. From our five that we have 'some of the very ORDER OF PUBMCATIONAND TAX CONSULTANT I .. We
'. who his are I pride eurseltrv.
C. Sapp) says crops thousand we are lucky now fine oranges he was hauling, ao : NOTICE TO APPEAR DISH GARDENS og
ornlng along well, but adds the beans are now In a furrow on STATE OF FLORIDA to: Carol
top of the bed, and In subsequent If we get a couple of pints at aplcklnA' we are fixed for oranges for the Hendemon, whole residence !I.: Un BOOKKEEPING the scrupulous exactneiw ably
'autloualy: "a good beginningneana known. POTTERY
time being.
Read the week
a poor ending." He has cultivating we :will pull the soil S e You are required t<* appear on SERVICE goes Into every single prlwr/p/
that a bad sleet storm damaged the April 17th. 1950, the above namedCourt
still closer. Incidentally, justas .In POTTED PLANTS
orn beans and other things up over in Louisiana and can What with one thing or anotherdid and I wherein; plaintiff lion we fill.
rowing and like most of us Is hav. we were finishing up the last crop seeks. divorce.' Bradford County
Imagine how folks there feel not get our field corn planted Telegraph 'ball publish this OrderIn FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
few beds wind and rain storm
ng troubles :.wIth larks pulling up a e 'yet, but intend to get at It right next four weekly i...ueWltnens Phone 229
also that hit here and for a few minutes It my hand and official seal PHONE 79
orn. Mr. Brown
says was bad. Thought for a I: Ordered a thousand runner away and get it In. Think we'llhave at Htarke, Florida, this March llth, 145 W. Call! St.
te has noticed that since the ber- very Temple Avenue Starke, fta.
a better idea on time con- 1950 Nona St Starke
plants from In Tenn. FLORIDA
y patches have suffered damage moment that the wind was going grower up (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.t. Thomas, ,
Heard that It Is hard to get runner sumed In making up beds when A. Clerk of said Court.
to: blow the tractor over
tint the women folk don't call a I
e e e plants around here, and so rather we get done with the eight acre Bv Haven 1.1 Crosby, D. C.
nan In to dinner ao sweetly. Now J17t
than be without them, as we do field.
Have different situation with
e says they stand at the kitchenoor a .
our potatoes, though. Because see good possibilities In raising
and yell: "Come on' In here
Sent In Income tax return.
berries, :we ordered them direct. our
slow coming (we
nd rattle some of these dishes.! they were so
e e nlanted them In the middle of Prepared seven beds about 200 Sounds simple doesn't !it? Itwasn't

Almost a year ago we bought a January) the weeds and grass have feet long In our sedge grass field !
got the jump on them. And naturally where we j>lan to raise runners.
Ilk cow and bull calf from a ONLY
can't the weeds in Hope that we don't have the ,
lelghbor. Her name, we were told we get Re smart Register. now and
trouble with' weeds next that
V the row by cultivating with a tractor year
811 Joy, so we named her coal
avoid the lat minute rush. Remember -
It looks like the hoe will we did this y- ar. FOR
(lack son Pride. We took goodre :e _. the books. dOMe April 1: t
of the young rascal brushed have to be used. Thing Is that
potatoes are uncertain on the Made up beds about 175 feet
|lm, sprayed him, fed him corn
nd other grain after' he was wean- market and we're optimistic long for a neighbor In a coupleof IM inn .'f coinr, HH ti>pniii J
1, and In general we made a-pet about the price they will bring. hours and In return he and his (''01TY Fl.Ollllrll IM ('IIA9IHY. G e 5j45J/ISPIILCJJ
eWe son helped us put up a fence ( .
|iit of him. Well, he grew biggerd I.. E. Lrfiwe, Plnlntl'f. vs Laura E.
better and we thought that are getting a rather spotty which we had taken down to allow lx>we. Defendant Case Nr 7792.ORIiKIl .
stand of sweet In It another neighbor to get a OP prHMCATIOV
corn. places
the proper time came that AND: NOTICK: TO APPEAR
then have him butchered, sell looks fairly good, but In others road put in. Burned off the strip STATE OF FLORIDA toLaura
the fence then disced E. Lowe, whose residence In: Unknown
by row, we
nlf and put the other half In a there are bad skips Then, ,too, .
ten freeze, although many folks the. larks are doing a lot of damage the land on each side, with the You are reriulred to appear on 1
result that It was a lot easier April Hirh, ISO. in th. above natn-
ptd that we would never be able, ,' despite the fact that we put eel Court and eau.e, wherein plain.tiff *
eat him. We had many buvrra up a device which we thought working. But what a mess It Is seeks divorce, ftradforn County: .
would them off and that to try and work with old wire! Telegraph, shall publish, this OrderIn
buy scare we
lop In and try to him. First next four weekly tHHiien.WttnH ia
ffor was $40, then $30, and no on patrol the field often' and shoot However, the fence Is up now and my hand and offlHnl, enl 3
we won't have to spend .a lot of at "sfnrke" Florida, this 81 li of March, :
htil not long ago we were offered as many as we can. Crow repel' i iwr.n _
ID but we stuck to_our price lent does not seem to do much flme! trying to keep cows out of I rOFFKMAI.. "snATA.' J. Thomas. .

$125 which we thought no one good In keeping the birds from I i I our kitchen garden. Pv Hmi-n (An'rf.bv.rierk P of C.said Court. .

nulling up the corn, as by the S e e I, John J, Hemlorsnn, 13sq U22 folo- t
time they get' done digging It up I' Fixed our planter which had I I onlal Fla Ave iakeshore, Jacksonville,

FREE and chewing off the tops there Is broken down due to the fAct that I Ally for Plf 8-10 4t 3-31 ':

not a hoc okf a lot left to grow, I we had overloaded the fertilizer fiiinir cut'. ni tiiKoiui
7or Prompt FREE Removal ''But we're going to plant some hopper without bracing It. Got,.II"C ot'%'ri pioiintti IM nitt *-

this coming week, and then a strip of- steel In town, cut It I I 'tH: f. .. .
i>t Dead Crippled & Worth.ess more Naomi Vlelnus, Plaintiff, v..ell.. .
,In a couple of more weeks we to length, drilled holes In It and I
Cattle Horses, 'Mules' put in another small planting. bolted It In place and are prettypure

Hoes .. S e e now that we can put about :

Call 132 StarkeWE Finished the pig pen this week 125 !lb. of fertilizer in It without '

and promptly put Henrietta, our any more trouble.Ve're t t

ALWAYS COME I gilt In It. She got out. We madeIt s ,.

Florida Renderers higher, she got out. We put \ not an expert on weather .were.. '. .. ,
barbed wire at the top. She got here but it"seems to us that It Is Nat re.n.wr.ai fl. M.. W

INC. 1 out. By this time we were begin- I still a little cool yeti although

ning to wonder if we had a gilt or we've had lots of warm weather ; \

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....Il Il.y r R1DVV, MABCM 31. 1950

100''I' BR.IDFOBIC47iIYrYTTYEC.Rtrre. ST.tKKE. rrnam.sunDAYc .'

."t, ','j Mrs Youth Ruth Crtorus.Morse Is assisted organist by Miss wltli Church of God I,CIIt'RCH OF GOD I L Perkins will continua his current it 11:00: A, M to a full house and!!! vices for P&GE SEVEN

Dorothy Rosa at the grand Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor series of sermons on the several visitors Mr. McRae' cousin;
piano came forward
tor the piano-organ duo Members and friends of the 1 8th sit St. Clair SU. ordinance with a message entitled membership. The Master's for I George Taratus, at Middleburg
..y "A warm welcome Is received Church of God enjoyed a day of Sunday School 10 a.m. "The Implication. of the of Jacksonville will sing Family Cemetery Tuesday afternoon of
" by all who attend these" services fellowship and worship last Sunday '1 Sunday Morning Worship 11 ..m New- Covenant." The morning the evening services during last week Mr. Taratus died of a
and listen Sunday Evening Service 7:30' Sunday night heart attct at his home In Palatka. -
. to the messages of 'The when they gathered! for the' : PmY. message will be "The Holy Spirit :it 7:00 o'clock. Everyone Is wel .
, ',< ; i Blood that Blots out Sin' (Acts 3: P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m. In the Old Testament." The pub- come to attend
; ,1 19)," Rev Haines Mates annual all-day meeting. Several Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m lie Is Invited. There will be sunrise Rev and Those. enjoying the fish fry at
Ii I visiting ministers from out,,of town service Easier at Mrs W. E. Hall were Sampson Lake Saturday were Mr.
Church churches CATHOLIC cnrBcn evening dinner guests. of the Lester and Mrs. F. L. Connors of Jackson
. esbyterian Baptist Church Methodist attended this homecoming 6 -
Church event and Sunday Mass 9:13:; a.m. a.m.Mr Dobbs family at the State vile, and the J. W., J, E,, and
Palm Sunday, April "Soul helped conduct the Sunday School 11 a.m. and lHenry Young- Farm Thursday night of last week H. M. McRae' families-
for are being lIa"ed
: "Sunday Is
Palm "
/I dally Mr.
r Sunday, Rev. afternoon services beginning at Week Day Mass 8:30 Mall conducted services In the
a.m. blood and
1 First Presbyterian and hundreds attend the serviceseach J. R. Hill son, Jerry of Barnes Mrs. T. N. Norman and son,
I ? minister at the Starke 2:30: P. M. day vllle, Ga.. spent. last week with prison that evening He was accompanied Gerald of Hellbronn Springs,
night at the First Methodist I
will be In Baptist Church, 1
Starke Lucian
j |III| ,'I Church of Starke where public. "It Is the reminds the A special offering was taken to Bible Study Is every Wednesday his brother-in-law and sister Mr. by Mr. and Mrs. : visiting her parents here Satur
a revival Conner i
i'r ,t the Farm.flrwho K. Is In Ita first week and will continue the triumphal day that we celebrate help sponsor the Foreign Missionsand at 7:43: : and Mrs. John McKlnney. dor and, Alton Miss Eloise Dobbs, Austin Fen- day afternoon.
uri, it Is until Easter" Lord entry of our the Church Orphanage Homes J. Q Adkins was visiting here Dobbs Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. Into (
L. D. Jerusalem 'ONGREG.tT1)N,1L51ETIIODIST: I
supply' pastor tor the!I But It Is The Sunday. Mrs. Peggy Ann Wynn of Jackson H. H. Lewis
vim ar (I I Haines, pastor, announced this more than an historical Church of God has missionaries Sunday were Mrs.
I ,Uhurch. I' event In In 34 countries. Ctll'Iti"ILServ.cea Mich spent the week here :Bishop Thomas and children of
week. "Great crowds attend to the Christian church foreign Russell Starling and Jeff Davis I
II '.mmunlon will be served andre hear the Rev. G. G Lanter has much calendar Approximately 250: children are every first and third were visitors to Orlando Friday with Hev and Mrs. W. E, Hall..| l Brooker, Mrs L. f. Clough of
I ( will\ be special music by their stirring: messages that aie used bring to us as Individuals.meaning for our day and being cared for In'the two orphanages Saturday night, Sunday morning airs I.. P. Rafuse and daughter Mr and Mrs, H. M McRae and,l Starke! and Mrs. H. M. McRae
I by It Is a 'Day, and Sunday night 11 .m. and son, Wcaley. attended
funeral ser-li I and
I under the direction of Mrs. the Holy Spirit to convict sinners of Triumph' and that Is the sermon in Sevlervitle, Term and Kan- 8 p.m. at Congregational Metho- Loca were transacting business grandson, Lynn:
B Peyton Sunday morning at and call repentance as Job.i, the subject for napolls, N. C. dls in Jacksonville Monday.
Sunday morning Church on Brownlee Road.-
o'clock. A cordial Invitation aBptiat and prophets of old," he I at the 11 o'clock hour" he added.I This Homecoming Day was pro. Rev. Ernest Qrtffla, pastor.GRAHAM. Mrs Horace Cain and age Ed BELIEVE IT-ITS TRUE I II I
extended to all to attend Bers. continued. I This Is membership Sunday In nounced one of the most successful Parrlsh. were transacting bust

'Services are held dally at 10( a the Methodist church and a group yet held by the church. fleas In Gainesville. Monday 1'' r i I ?yl ?rYl6d+w alYl u$
Sunday school con- m'l lof children Mr and arts and
youth Clyde Odom
nhthurth and
anj each adults will I O
evening at 7:30
: with I B
La at the regular hour 9:45: a. the be received at the 11 o'clock hour. Long Branch Baptist grandchildren, ofBranford, were NiGN q n4
J Sunday under the able dlrec- pastor, the Rev. Lewis D. Haines The adult group will receive Instruction By Mr. John 1\1cKla-r visiting their daughter and son-I
II of Miss Evelyn Stump. as song leader. Gospel hymns familiar In church membership A special meeting will be held in-law Mr and Mrs. Jennings
bases for all n to all are used by the congregation during the Sunday school hour this Starling and attended the Baptist ;
be- Sunday Apr. ,2, In tim Long
Is welcome with special music be-'ginning 9:45 Irwin Dyal 1 Church Sunday. I REAL! AMERICAN
led and everyone ing brought by the. at : a m.u Branch Baptist Church. near Max-, Honored __ .._._ _..___ __ _. __ : _
Baptist Quartette C!.._... .. _____._ ._ .u...n. DU..... Dn.ug'non u "u.., ana I
the Youth Chorus the Rev. Miss y"ua'y Clara evening at me IM: nour ville. An old fashioned! dinner At Birthday Dinner Mrs. Buddy Stokes and daughter'I es
Leslie J. Leaman, who has will bo served the church
Shepherd, Mrs. Thelma on Allen,
[ Time Work Dinkins spent more than twenty years as grounds after the ser T153rd birthday anniversary Mrs. Leon Wynn and children
Save Lois Mann, director of the morning CMspa' Eaterling and Geraldine ,
a missionary in India, will\ speak. vice. Everyone relative to the I of Irwin Dyal was the occasion
and Money! Miss Leaman, who Is on leave, will church or cemetery Is urged to for a surprise dinner In his honoron vine attended church In Jackson 0 ., A t
I Thursday night of last
tell some of her Interesting experiences be present, meet old friend_and March 19, prepared by Mrs. week.- .
WELDING I in India. enjoy the good food and sermon Dyal at their home in Graham and Mr and Mrs J. C. Moody attended I
Pounds Of Your the funeral of Floyd Griffin ELECTED CONGRESSMAN IN 1946 e
The public Is invited to worship according to the pastor. enjoyed by a host of relative and of Jacksonville, Saturday. Mr, -
at the friends.
Laundry Done In .. Methodist church. Griffin was the nephew of air tNTtREtJ'RAC[AFTtR URGING; t tOF
Easter Activities At I To serve tile many guests, two Moody-. MANY FLORIDIAN9 1k ""+

Only I Christian Church I Highland Baptist large tables with delicious food Mr, and Mrs- Russell Starlingand INTERESTED IN OO LGOVERNMENT
:were placed In till spacious yard Mr and Mrs Bill r
I The Highland Missionary Baptist and
"Our friendly church under the trees at the Dyat residenre
Btffr'We extends
Minutes. It Is I a church will have all day ser family wl'Te11I1t1ng relatives
welcome to all who would 'enterto vices Easter Sunday, April 9th, according Nichols ovff the weekend.Rev. .
O Washed Spotlessly study and to worship God," the to the Rev. E. C, Harvey Among those enjoying this at Sheppard of Jacksonville

Clean-Ready offer the people of Starke Rev. Homer Swindall, ministerof pastor. The day begins! at 10 a.m. .fair with Mr and Mrit DyaT were filled the pulpit at the Christian R fMATMf M FMHTIM THE
To Iron! First Christian Church of with Sunday school, followed by I Mr. and Mrs. flirt Britt, Mr. and ('hur'Sunday morning and evening v 1 BASK PRINCIPlfS OF
and vicinity one of the mostmlHI..ra Starke, announced with his schedule preaching services at II a.m.|Mrs. Roy Clemmons and son, and JAu titY1 KMOCRACV SIT fORTMOCFIArtD
of services for the coming Dinner will be served on the Mr. and Mrs. Donald Britt and Mrs. Louie Dernpsv Is In Shady, fRS I ( eYJurrf90NAN'y
Is All It.Cots {
Cents and finest equipped week. "Visit the church ,where grounds and an Easter f'lrahunt |children, of Ocala; Mr. and afro crest hospital at this writing. We JACKSON.

nothing but the Bible Is used and will be featured In the afternoon. Turby Dyal and sons, Mr. and airs all wish her a speedy recovery.
O. OurService welding shops
Try thefull gospel preached. We ,Everyone Is Invited to attend and Roy McDavId and children, and Mr ami Mrs Mack Cowart of
I Work GuaranteedSMITH'S have no creed but Christ and no enjoy the day, Mr. and Mrs Jack Miller, of Jacksonville were visiting her par. I
Soon! ; book but the Bible, no names but Gainesville; \Mr. and Mrs. Leo ents.,, Mr. and Mrs J, C. Moody { N a
those divinely given and no pur- AIRTAIIK MISSIONARY Dyer and son. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 'Sumliiy.

GARAGEAND I pone but to serve" he added. BAPTIST CHURCH "Dyal and children, Mrs. Nlta Dyal. Mrs. Hiniard Broughton of WHOD BIEN OPPONENT IN / ,

The Washeteria MACHINE SHOP The minister announced the following Sunday School 10:00: a.m .Mr and Mrs Elmer Stokes and 'Gainesville was visiting her son CONGRESS B TIAM (, '
schedule of services children, and Maurice land dii"Khter-ln-Iaw,
: Morning Worship 11:13: : a.m. Dyal of / Mr. and Mrs. '
135 Temple Avenue Temple Ave. Starke Bible school 10 a.m. Sunday with Prayer Meeting each Thursday Brooker; Mr, and Mrs. Wllbert ,Carl Broughton, Sunday
qualified teachers and classes for 7:30: p.m.Eevnlng. Gunter and children, Mr. and Mrs. Y. t / / / /
all ages. Tom \VaIln. and Eddie Wasdln.
Service T:3O: p.m.
I Sunday morning worship service- -Rev, L O. Hemingway, Palltor.ClnTRCIl of Waldo; Mr. and )Mrs Lee 'PINE LEVEL / t tt
beginning at 11 o'clock with the Milliard and children and M-2! Virgil -

sermon subject, "The Voice of the OF JESUS CHRIST Hilliard and children, of Jr&ksonvtlle ny Mar. II. M. McRae
Empty Pew." The Lord's supper OF TIlE LATTERDAY SAINTS ; Mr. and Mrs. Mivtiert I
"YOUR FORTUNE TOLD FREE! will be served at 11:15.: Brown and children of Trenton;;
The Church of Jesus Christ of Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Milliard of Attendance at Pine Level Baptist -
Sunday night services begin at Latterday will hold Sunday Church
Saints Trilby; Gerald Dyal, of Tampa Sunday was excellent,
that's don't miss learning about yourself and 6:30: o'clock with Christian Endeavor School Sunday at 10 a.m. ;
right ; every and,Dewey- Murrhee and Mrs. Doll with 220 In class at Sunday School EMORY _'
the future Sunday night at 7:30: p.m. and evangelistic services and Communion Service at 6:30: Burned, of Graham.Uraham Four members were added to the PRICEWhat
begin at 7:30: o'clock with the.minIster p.m. Sunday. Everybody Is welcome church by baptism Dr. Harvey

speaking on the topic "If I to the services In the Mason Baptist H. Springer of Englewood, Coin., A
First Baptist Church, HamptonBob Am Lost. ic Hall on Call St. Sunday evening Pastor Robert spoke at the church Wednesday. r rw

Gray, Pastor Prayer meeting Wednesday ;f ;; t
night at 7:30 o'clock. I I

Z...Music by 'the' Gospelatres; -; -* p.m Children's, hour Friday at'. 3:30: HOME A R L I N G ST':.RKE RN \

Come to Bible School at 10:00 a.m. and help us stay .S'T S .
above 100 in attendance. At The Tabernacle OWNED FLORIDA 1 1I

.. & Market 'I
Mr. and Mrs J. H. Love, of rocery I

Huntington, West Virginia, e route to their Mission Station In
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor the West Indies, arrived Friday 'SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, APRIL hit 1950 ;

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeJefferson evening Mr and on schedule Mrs. Dale accompaniedby Snyder, of WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO\ LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Cal! & Cherry Streets j 1,.

the Childrens' Bible Mission '

& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Lake Butler A very helpful ser

PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 vice was held and the congregation Be Sure To Visit Starling's Grocery& Market This Weekend Do YOU
experienced a new InterestIn wanti,
r = : the Islands. Mr and Mr. Loveprocl.'eded And Get A Surprise At The Many Bargains That Will
SERMONS 11:00 A. I.t 7:30: P. M.
to Miami from which Be On For Your
Display Economy We
Sunday School Unions 6:15 P.M. .
9:45 A.M. Training : point they will go by plane to
MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. their station. Will Be Looking For You. Thanks A Million From The In CONGRESSMAN ?
The Sunday morning service Staff For Your Past Favors.

Revival messages by Rev. G. G. Lanter, e- was conducted by Charles E.

vangelist week at Crenunels, a New York businessman ____ u ... _._. ..... .....- .... .. _,_,- "", _
continue throughout the and layman. As usual, his Emory Price candidate for Congress tin you

10 a.m. and 7:30 message was deeply Interestingand this check list so you can determine for yourselfthe
provocative to good works
-.. This was Mr. Oremmels' last message -- qualities you want In your Congressman.

Friendly Invitation From A of the season as he and Mrs. I Ill'" Everything Price's own qualities are Indicated by checks In

Gremmels left Monday morningfor the ll.t.
Friendly Church Is Extended To All
their home /in New York. J
Everyone la Invited to the r In The Store Goes Yd No

Tuesday evening Bible study YoeS b. *iv. IH% 0' his tlm. to his
which is in charge of Harold lob working hard always r

CONSTRUCTION Brooks, a guest at Parkot-the. ,
April tyilms. for Mr. Camp-of-the-Woods Brooks leaves In, AT I. he a .nc.-atr.cldl.r' 1 V-

Speculator, N. Y., and it la hoped PRICE
Do know when ,
that more Bible students will a- you slwsyt he.tandae V-

vall themselves of this study Z
class now. DoN h. have brad bu.Inew .nperl
enc.' t/
The coming of Edna and Leo

I nard Noegel Is being for anticipated the spring vacation with- Due to the recent fire which slightly smoke-damaged our rs he against waste In .'.....nm.nt' VDoea -

much pleasure. stock, we are offering you the best values you have ever A
7 11 h. bell..e In th. basic: princlpla:

St. Mark's Episcopal had the opportunity to buy! m, of Am.rlc.n ao..rnm.niP VDoe.

he have good business '..nwf' -
Rev B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vlctar 'I NO Merchandise is fire-damaged Van
Contracting Building Sunday April 2-9:45: A M., .,.
(: he be housed
by anT Special
Church School. Classes for all j -only.slightly smoke-damaged Group ot' Groupd r

Home., Tourist Court, Commercial Buildings. Sidewalk, Foundations ages!' nursery through through PF"Much merchandise is just like new -- ,
junior high. 11 A. M.. Morning
Drlrewayv, and all general coMtrurtlon no Job low Prayer and Sermon. (Holy Com- but Strong says: fa he Int.r.at.d In ALL the people' V-

small or too large for us to perform. munion will be celebrated on Easter

H> use the bent carpenters, mason. steelworkers, electricians. Tuesday Sunday).April 4, 8 P. M.- "It All Goes For /2! Price!" Chls.ne'Will he light rights'our.equ..e for ALL rDo.S

and Wednesday April 3, 7:30: A. M. Record In Con..d V
See all before letting your contract whether It Is a large Job ora -Holy Communion.Good .

small one. We're prepared to meet and beat prices of any surf Friday, April 7, 10 A. M. SALE STARTS TODAY A.M! f.h.raspecldbyoth.rCongr..menl VXe

, au bidden In this area! Ante-Communion Service with

brief address. WATCHES O NECKLACES h. against Socialism In form VI.
We any
la for
will give you the benefit of reduction on volume material The open dally

i nets and on our manufacturing plant..! machinery output Lei prayer and meditation. DIAMONDS BRACELETS Ie h. e FAMILY man familiar with

UII quote you price on such Item a* steel frame windows, ee- Kingsley Lake Baptist SILVERWARE COMPACTS family probl.ms and r..pon.lbIlIU.a' V

meet, rock, sand, and concrete. WATCH BANDS 9 GIFT ITEMS, ETC.
We Services are held each Sunday Notice how Emory Price's qualities stand out. Consider
will" aril yon ready-mixed: concrete at less than local rout of morning at the Kingsley Lake
he materials! f.o.tx you Job. Baptist Church as 'follows: Sun- We want to sell our entire stock and replace it with all Price's_qualities. and his fine record and then \

We'll flnlnh your Job without delay and In lees time than other School 11 10 a.m.a.m.and 7OO Preaching: p.m. Prayer Services new merchandise. WE INVITE YOU TO COME AND Vote to Return
contractor Material and workmanahJprantet'd.. Contract Meeting each Wednesday night SEE THIS BIG EVENT! r

and blueprint are carefully followed by us In each Instance. We 7:30 pm. D. C. Willie Pastor
E. 'Neurenberger. Sunday EMORY PRICEto
&l.e bent bondsmen who _. \Ve will do
guarantee our prrfonn Superintendent. Come worship

jour building for lea money. TRY US! with us.PENTECOSTAL. HOLINESS Harley F. Strong; Jeweler"Gifts CONGRESS I

BRADFORD ENGINEERING CO. IOth St. and Temple Ave. for All Occasions"
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn-
Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic 137 W. CALL ST. STARKE FLORIDA

Ph.94 j. Maurice Edwards Starke, Fla. Service 7OO: p. m. Everyone -.. (Political Adv.)
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welcome. .-

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MAR 31195a() -


Holy Week Services I newspaper. Corn Buyers To Be "Choosier," Agent Warns, I Curtly nilikhoth.C'1.lt: ....Van. Van HOOK lloo. *Plaintiff, '..t..ndant.ORI'F.H v... I In Telegraph next four Ha| w I 'I'Witneae

The Rev :J, I Hill, president ot [ ; my I ,
Cos. No"'7H15. at '
Growers To Fight Worm Damage Rtarke i1 'd"1
Begin Monday NoonThe the Ministerial Association, expresses prnt-ICATION 1950, I. i
hope "According to official estimates cations, and the dust should be ,HTATIfl Of FLORIDA to! I-U.a. '
Starke Ministerial Association every church In the communitywill bath Van HOOHO, who. ** rfldnc Haven Crt.
I directed In the silks In several n
there will be close to 30,000 acres .
will again sponsor noon-day want to Join In then services and addreea IH: Unknown.Vim A. Z. Adkln. I
,, of sweet corn planted In Florida tests, hand dusters have given are required to appear on ervlcra during Holy Week at the for the observation t t'i the above namedCourt
as preparation May 19RO. In Ally for
this spring," County Agent T. K. beat results, with powder dusters 'let Hitruifiir
Methodist Church. Each and rouse, wherein plaintiff I
First of a Christian Easter McClane said yesterday. "This a close second" the agent said, 1 ......k* dlvori Bradford t'ounly IY:
day, Monday through Thursday. shall puhllHh this Order oli,
that ,will b* much "Airplanes may be used for applying a Telegraph v. .' ,
means corn .
of next work a itervice of worship r'r In next four weekly limum l'nI's: '''" ",, ''I
event "The Red Shoes, more plentiful weather permitting the dust If ground equipment a AVItneH. mv hand and official peal ICleotior. Hey ,
wlUi short sermon' on an i
a this March 18th
and Is not available. at Irving ''4
than It was last Moirli
In the last week of our Lord's life.by Dancing Spectacle, year UGO, Cane. No. t
buyers. arc certain to be more In further discussing worm C'lKFICIAI.' SI' Ar.1 A. J. Thomas, nu
of the local pastors, will OR DISH I ill-
one Coming To Park fussy!!! about 'buying wormdamaged control methods, Mr. McClane of < A. Clerk of .Haiti COUI.t.l1y AND NOTI 'A
begin\ at 12 noon and conclude at I Haven i'ronuv.. II. OA STATE ,
corn. fered the following suggestions: J. Thomas, Jr, Htarke: Flu 1 :Morris OK"
12:30.: The theme for the various '' i ill Itoincaddrr
'The Red Shoes, Technicolorthree "Late afternoon treatments Ally for Tlf 1-a 421IN
"Clcoan lnK "It behooves every corn growerto appear I ** u: n
will be: Monday ,
days Academy Award winning more effective than early Atlantic City ",
the Temple". Tuesday "The Day long-runner comes to the Park make plans now, well In ad- ('l el't I'r tntiir, nit""KOIII> Von aie IHIII I;
morning treatments. Sprayinghas .. : '
IY'l1AV. let mo In
< oi\rt. KI.OHIUM thi
of Questioning; : Wednesday vance of harvest date, to be readyto
Theatre here next Sunday. Mondayand and Alt.
not proven to be as effective 4'I.:It 1' wh
"TheDay of Quiet"; and Thurs- for Its Initial popular- dust or spray to control the f t F'y \N <' MaHten Plaintiff V*. One treeantrn divorce, llrniir, ins
Tuesday as dust in the control of bud a .'...... ,
Last The Trial I M I..r..nrl..nt. ( No. 7t>20qitnnit hall publlHh tin ",
and If
day, Supper corn ear worm necessary
In Starke. "The I
price appearance worms In tests conducted by the OK prHLirATioNANn : weekly ieeus.Witnee. .
and Betrayal. to control the bud worm" the NOTIf'H TO APPEAR .
Red Shoes" played for more than a my hit ., ,
Florida Agriculture Experiment FLORIDA to 0.15Lee at Htarko d
On Good Friday a Three-Hour year at reserved-seat scales In county agent added. Station. It Is very Important] bt.a'h Manten who.. reHldanund. U o, 1

Service will be held at the same New York and other cities. It Is "All young corn should be that the Insecticide be applied] 'itdoreii You let Unknown.required. to appear. on ( SFA: .., y 1

church from 12 noon to 3 p.m. with a dance-and-drama spectacle picture watched dally for the! appearanceof every third day. Skipping an ex Mav. lot are ItSO In the above named. Tly Haven Cronl All <

messages by local pastors and based on a tale by Hans the bud worm." McClane said. tra day will greatly lessen the effectiveness wr .f t ke 'ollrt and r..u.e, wherein. plaintiff T. Frank. rand, dhd
seeks divorce Bradford County All, for Pit.
v r
t .r ra
visiting ministers on "The Seven Christian Anderson Moira Shearer 'As soon as any sign la noted of the treatment qr 5. I ._ .. lq
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I.4I8t'ords from the Cross." A Anton Walbrook and Martus the corn should be sprayed with Growers who are purchasing I s'11 ---
star. The film I 1'1 two pounds of 50 percent wet-
Goring a
detailed announcement of this service power dusters cooperatively ; t4 SELECT YOUR
of 1. Arthur Rank and table powder per 100 gallons of should not plan more than 100 I Il
u ill1 I be'given In next week's KOC
release. water Several different r.
an Eagle Lion Films worms acres per duster so that If a rainy cW EASTER NEEDS AT

Next Wednesday and Thursday feed in corn buds, but this mix- day Intervenes the duster can

'Golgotha," ,a picture portrayingthe ture will control all of them that still get to each patch within the I W /

REELECTJ.P. life of Christ, will be shown at we have In this county," the farm required three days. The same Plush orPapier

the Park as a special Easter agent aald. "Five percent DDT applies to spray equipment. .For RABBITS .15 to I

feature. This dignified picturehas dust may be used directed Into growers with small acreage hand

been acclaimed by many the buds, but la not quite as efficient dusters or sprayers car be used KING AND QUEEN: of the Baby Show held In the USO Thursday

churches, and Is described as the as the spray. very effectively directing the Insecticide afternoon of last week are Stanley Starling and Jane Ward pictured

greatest religious film ever pro- "To control the corn ear ,worm at the silks." above as they ruled over their juvenile domain. Photo by Tony Filled BASKETS .25 to 1 1.

duced.' The Saviour's life Is depicted a 5 percent DDT dust at three- A new bulletin on the control Stephens. I .

with great respect and day intervals Is recommended of bud worm and ear worm has I

truth, and critics state U>will be beginning when the silks appear been published by the Experiment Curloe suits at Alvarez Store

"soul stirring arid unforgettable"to and continued at three-day Intervals Station and Mr. McClane FFA BanquetIn for Easter. 2t Easter Grass bag
those who see It. until the silks have turned has several copies on hand which ,
1f1 New CafeteriaIs I" .RTIT "O"RT, KHAOKOHU
is :brown, McClane advised. 'ThlsI can be secured free of charge at rOI'NTV. PLOHIUAI IV CHAN-

.POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS I requires from four to six appll- his office In the courthouse Marked Success <'.":RW'* .
Therei-p Lesley Plaintiff v WIN
Ham Lllley., Defendant Cane No.
and better than ever'; EGG DYE box
I "Bigger 7517 -
'the Sixth Annual Parents & Son ,
IC..! rot'it Played By BHSIn Benefits Derived'' Banquet of the Bradford Chapter STATE OP FLORIDA to: WllllanSLllley
I hereby announce to the .Democratic Future Farmers of America was whose residence and Rfldreum
Voter of County CumminNloner Palatka FridayBradford Since New Is! : 670 Liverpool Street, Montreal LARGE SELECTION
DlHtrlct No.4. contprlKlnv DealStill held last Friday evening In the 21, Quebec Canada OODLES
the Preilncta of Oraham, Hamptonand new BHS cafeteria. You are required. to appear on OFPLASTIC
ThereHHa. that I am a ,/('andl. High School will open stressing his positive May I let 1950 In the above named
date to Ktincped myself aa County pro- Some 300 FFA members, their Court Kind cause, wherein plaintiff TOYS ,
CommliiKlonvr auhjuct to the Prl-| Its 1050 baseball season tonight gram for "peace, prosperity and ,...k. divorce Bradford County OF
irmrlim. i In May.I (Friday) when the Bradford nine progress." Senator Claude Pepper parents and friends, and visiting Telegraph .. title Order
am thoroughly familiar with dignitaries gathered to eat quantities In next four weekly. la..u.I FILLED WITH '
thx dutlea of meets Putnam High on the Palat- spoke In Starke neat
the office and If Thursday nightof Witness my hand and official! J CandyNove
elected I promlae my .hunt cfforta ka diamond at 8 o'clock.Bradford' last week In his first public of golden brown fried chicken at Starke Florida I ? thl. March 19th. JELLY BEANS
appearance -
In behalf of the illotrkt and the In the 'opening and hear Phil Taylor, Super 1950". *
Countyan a whole. here during the present ( .A..1. Thoma,
Your vote and support It earn-. game will consist of a pair of campaign. vising Instructor with the State OFFICIALAs Clerk. of aid Court.
eatlv solicited and will be appreciated Department of Agriculture, makea By Haven Crosby, D, C.
Jacks-Hazen on the mound, and The Senator resumed his speak T. Prank I.andrum, Starke, .Ia. At\ The Cosmetics Bar.
Jennie. R Chantaln Wainwright handling; the catching. ing tour Tuesday of last week rousing, speech calling for the Ally for Pit S-S1 4t 421rinct .
continued of
RobertsYOUR' von ROAR or FUBI.IODISTRICT assignment after flying to Washington and advancement programs IN 'IT ('OI'HT. RRADPOHR
INIITH ircTlov' Coach Dutch Funderburk describes casting his vote for legislation of which are bringing a new "O"NTY.' .FLORIDA IV CMAV! Ask Edna about your Color Harmony J
TIIHKM of auto radios bathtubs, and (''':HY.
I hereby announce my candi his nine's performance to vital concern to'Southern agricul William M. Crandell. Plaintiff v.. .Cosmetics She knows indltidw\
dacy for the Hoard of Public In- date aa "highly erratic" on de- ture. Pepper made the In electric lights ,to enrich the life Clara Broadbent Crandell, Defendant your
trncllon; Dlntrlct Thr... trip .
of the farm family today. Cape No 7819 need
f Havlnar been fortunate enough fense and hitting and hope that response to an urgent request ORDER OP PUBLICATION .
to receive a "oil... education <(IU< the opening game with Platka from Senator George of Taylor contrasted the pre entI'happy" AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
of P. '18), I fully reallae the Importance Georgia ,( STATE OF FLORIDA tor Clara
State of providing your chil will prove a stabilizing influence. who told him that a proposal to lot of the farmer with Brnadbent Crandell. whoM. residence 4 'GIBSON'.
dren and mine with the beef education The first home game will be Increase cotton and peanut conditions that prevailed when he and addren. I. 4J7 North Connecticut
which we, aa .cltlaena can Avenue, Atlantic City, New DRESS UPI
make available to them. played Tuesday night at 8 o'clock faced rough weather In the senate ,was a lad growing to maturity on Jersey .

. .Representative Thl" la a critical time for our when BHS meets Branford on the i an Impoverished farm In the day You are required to appear. on QUALITY,
nchoi U* Operatlona are being May let 1950. In the above named FOR
Starke field. The when left to rot
surpluses were
hampered anal may even be curtailed legislation is designed to Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
because. of In"uftl'I.nt l fund Friday night. April 7, the boys benefit several thousand north In the fields, or were bought up Reek. annulment. Bradford County

union Iv. My every bunlnena dollar experience In event. ,WI.my.. journey out of town again to play Florida farmers In order to go I at depressed prices by the processor Telegraph next four Khali weekly publish InnueiiWltnep this. OrderIn Easter Cards EASTER

..1"ra tlon. and mv .""..lIon..1 Waldo at S o'clock. to Washington and speak for the and turned Into maufactur- niv hand and official peal.
background will enable me tn per at'Rtark.., Florida, this March 29,
Team Place
Relay ed articles with
form the dutlen. of thin office. In measure Pepper cancelled engage everyone profitIng U50 '
Tie 'is qualified.. an efficient and capable .manner The BHS half mile relay team ments previously made In Mayo except the man who producedthe (OFFICIAL SEAL A J. Trioma,

welch Your If consideration elected I prom, your I... to vote drt, placed fourth In the annual Fla. Branford, Lake Butler, and Starke. raw material -"'the farmer.. By Haven Croaby AK Clerk, .n of f ald, Court. 'I KOCH'S Prescription Special'

4t t and' your .nuppiirt. will be deeply relays held In Gainesville last Sat. In his speech last week Pepper, i The entire economy of the Na. T. Frank I.andrum, Starke, Fla.

al''I'e'lal..d.\ Hewlett 8. Anderaon urday. This Is considered a very emphasized that "we have comea ton! .is based on the welfare of Atty. for Plf. 3-31 4t 4-tl

lie has experience and l acquaintances creditable showing aa the first long .way since the Hoover depression -, the farmer, Taylor said 'and iv f''r''IT. FOR COUNTY
three places were taken by ClassA days of 1932"" out that farm roi'lTY, FLOHIU.tf IV CHAM-
in the Leg' TWO po'ited a drop In ('I:M V.
To the Voter of Pvadford County: schools Members of the relay "But there U still has Clyde "Hefton Walker Plaintiff v*.
much left to prices preceded every panic
lature worth much to his I hereby announce myself ,.. .
a team are: Carl Johns, :Jimmy be done to riorothv Walker, Defendant. Ca*
candidate for re-election aa County work out a Just lastIng ,and depression In the history of No. 1818
people.He fojtimliialoner, District Two; (North Rltch. Carl Carter, and Glenn \ and honorable the ORDER OF Pt'm.ir-ATION
peace and country.
Btarke). I wlnh to state that I to 1"
eland. efO:1 the aame. principals that Conner. Increase and stabilize our prevent The banquet program was STATE!;!:J OF NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPBAR tot DorothyVolker
I mood for: economy Jack Eaves placed tour' In the prosperity," he whone residence and ad-
In attending and lower taxe Your shot-put, and here also the first stand "I launched with the traditional FFA dre.<*. IH: t'nknown. -<
/ L vote and aupport will be greatly ready to do my full part In 'opening ceremony, led by Chapter You are required to appear on )
will continue to Support appreciated. -B. L. Crawford three places ;were taken by competition solving the problems of this state I President ,Glenn Conner The May let 1950. In the above named
from Class A schools. and this Court and cease, wherein plaintiff
the Old People, Dependent nation. Invocation .was by :J. L. Alvarez seeks. divorce and award of main.
FOR COI'NTV COMMIVCIOSER1)IsrRICr The first try meet 'of this year
The tenanoe for minor child Bradford
,C h I lid r e n, the 1'.. ,the) Vot.... of TWO will be held at Fletcher High Senator summarized his Irvin Andrews made the addressof County Telegraph .hall publlHh thl.Ord..r '
County Commlaaloner economic philosophy welcome .
by asserting parents and friends, In next four weekly lue
Blind School Teach Dlntrlct Number Two, North School Jacksonville Beach tonight -
that witness my hand and official Heal
Htarke American which followed Ladies'
: prosperity la dependent was by a
I (Friday). .t Stark., Florida, thl. March 29th
era.He. for hereby announce my. candidacy upon the purchasing Rufus Alvarez. A tenor solo U50
the will of CommlMaloner the Democratic nllbjnct' Vot.to... power available to the masses ot by G. S. ,Newcomb supplied the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J Thomas.
A Clerk of paid! Court
e In I the am Primaries a lifelong In realdent May of Bradford Baby Show SponsoredBy the people. He also pcl"ted out musical t pert of the program. V, nv Haven Crosby* D C.Or..n EASTER DRESSESSIZES
County t I am a property owner Beta Sigma PhiThe that he had vigorously support'Hevery R. Ferguson, FFA Advisor, Introduced .. A for: Green Plf. Stark,3-31 Fin.Atty 4\t 4-21 .
and a tax payer and I am familiar measure desgeed! the .
to guests.A
Appreciate with the problem of the .
Will property
owner and ;of the tax paver. Starke Gamma T h e t a strengthen this country's mill. highlight, of the evening was iv('Oi'NTY rinrriT FI.OHIHAI roi'RT.' nmnronn I'X! CHAN- 9 to 52
If you elect me aa your County Chapter of the Beta Phi tary and economic defense t
Oommlanloner. I promlne to work Sigma against. the presentation of honorary
Your Vote and Act. for the) bent Interest of my dlntrlct Sorority sponsored, a baby contest Communism. ,hapter membership to Leon Con .. \

and pl..dor.of my the bent County effort, and to sincerely..eu r. areduction Thuuday afternoon, March He declared that he had sup. ner, Ury Reddish P. D. Reddish 5.95 6.951.95

Eve Support In the las burden born. 23 In the USO auditorium. ported and voted for public hous H P. Morgan, Eston Brown, H. -, r""

by Your my people Is solicit The queen. Jane Ward, daughter ing and slum clearance. He continued B. Crosby J. S. Norman, and W.C.T.U. J JJ

Paid Political Adv.) ed and will :aooreclated: of Mr. and Mrs Roy Ward "I supported Income tax Tyler Junes. f 1
Idlncerily' yourn, was presented gold The reductions for i a
L. L. Ilenfro. a. cross those In the lower The banquet was prepared by TilE MAN WHO CAN "HAN1 -
king, Stanley Starling, son of Mr! brackets '
: my opponent voted a- Mrs. Tyler Jones, cafeteria director >LE illS LIQUOR," FREQUENTLY '1
and Mrs. Paul Starling receiveda galnst those reductions.' rgip'
I help. and her staff, and was served ENDS BY BEING HANDLED
gold Identification bracelet. ed lead tbe
successful fight for by Future Homemakers. BV HIS LIQUOR.NATIONAL Children's
THEATRE Others receiving\ honorable the 75 cent-an-hour
minimum Miss Audrey Newman and Miss ( PROHIBITION-
mention in the contest were wage while he Voted to take
STARVE Chuck Newcomb Diane Edwards, more than a million American Della Rosenberg were responsible 1ST.) A's
Stephen Prevatt Gary Cole, workers out from under even the for the attractively. decorated ,

Paula Shields, Sandra Brown old 40-cent an hour minimum tables.;

: :SATURDAY, APRIL 1 TIMS. & Wed., Apr. 4 & 5I Mary Beth Crawford. Wenell Pepper told his listeners here -

ONE DAY ONLY Baggett. Cheryl Crosby and Jim. : that "the people are still waiting\ DRESSES

"DOUBLE FEATURE my Lawson fnr the lawyer opposing me to teftthem JACUZZI &: MYERS i iJ

1KOY ROGERS IN soCsrs how a worker can sunpor? WATER SYSTEMS '

atWat. Recent Births himself and rile. his family on J 2.98

., two-fisted wages of lees than $16
a week.
BEST! !Slarlan \Maxliut\ Faulk Keystone Well & Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Faulk, Florida To Show Pump Taffeta & Dotted Si i

5917 Lakewood
Circle, Jacksonville

lie are announcing\ the birth of "Dear Wife"Beginning KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. i

a daughter, Marian Maxine on V f

Ir Wednesday, Mar 29, In St. Vlnr Sunday, SERVING STARKE & VICINITYPIPE

a cent's Hospital In Jacksonville
The wonderful funny and heart.
Prior to her marriage Mrs Faulk warming adventures of PUMPS
the screen'smoat
A iI J'T was Miss Jewel Carter daughterof lovable family are continued CUT & THREADED SERVICED

AND CI Mr. and\ Mrs. Maxie Carter, of In Paramount. "Dear Wife"

Starke the hilarious sequel to "Dear SKIRTS '

# lwax' ALT' KATUUwwt CARD OF THANKSWe Ruth," which arrives next Sun ti

I r Y..1Ir.WI wish to express our deep Theatre.day and Monday at tbe Florida STUDIO COUCH SPECIAL! \

,. appreciation to our many friends ;

I riiir.tw..a.a.-.n...,--:. ...-....... for the beautiful flowers, words of Presenting the same starring
Ik : sympathy and other expressionsof cast that made Its forerunner a '

Flu Latest News and "History. kindness during our 'bereave- i top comedy hit. "Dear Wife" boasts We will cover your studio 1.98

Brought To Life" Short meat: T. S. Williams and fam- the considerable talents of Will-
ily. lam Holden Joan Caulfleld. Billy in tapestry or plastic $3 7 "

DeWolfe Mona Freeman and Ed- leather- for only .
: Wof."
Thurs. & FrI., Apr. 6 & 7.vviir ward Arnold. Arleen Whelan, n Wwg ,

!! Mary Philips and famed redlo announcer l- -

Ftm. "'Pog......) Modern". Cartoon Harry Von Zell are tea. er
In Case of Sickness Complete
A "Federal Agent vs. L'nder- A N C I N Who i I tured.PJaylne. Upholstry Service .or.-? ? oC'I: Special for Fri., Sat. & 'NBoys'
1 G Pays Bills? .
v.vi.r a pert, 16
politically 1
connclous Call 239 for Free Estimate ; Fancy. Size 2 to
D A MAIL TillS COUPON I teen-ager. Miss Freeman '

& MON., APR. 2 & 3 sets the plot boiling when she circulates .,
a nominating petition for :
CAULFIELD A Paul Raymond. Agent her brother-in-law. Holden who's A Wide Varietu of Patterns to Choose From

StUN not aware he's being drafted for : SHORT
Estate Life Ins. Co.
WOLFS .. p.a..
'DE public office. Too late, Mona SLEEVESROBBINS 1

.MOM MAN. ARNOLDPearWe rowuo t3-, filliam pomt? Box 95, Starke, Fla. learns that his opponent a man w

Please send me complete she has labeled a political stooge

Mark SIEVENS Information on the Estate Is her father, Edward Arnold. Chas. C. Shepherd

: DRAKE Hospital Plan of Hospital
Protection.Names our many friends who Court *: Madison St.. Ph. 239 Starke, Florida

riM latent .News JE "Robin riu ""Hnarwhot No. 9" Short .I: _______ kind and wereso
HoadRnm" Cartoon helpful In our hour Television -:- Seat Covers .:- Radios
"Lyln Uon CaJ-toon
Adresss. ___ ___ of sorrow we wUh to express our '

heart felt gratitude and thanks I' THE STORE OF VALUES

The Hutching Family

Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 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>.
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MAR 31 1 95 0


1"t fldHs'POES\

iportance Of An Accurate Census


;reseed AsNose-Counting Begins

,,n enumerators will begin I Every fifth person 14 years or Official County Publicatidn Established In 1879
bells In Bradford '|'older will be asked the
,nF door .. .. .
,t, and all over the Nation weeks worked. In 1949. IncomeIn OI.OIE SK\: ENTONK: : -- ST.YKHK, n RID.\, FRIDAV.:: 1.Iltl'1131- 19\: ;' NUlnEIC. THiRTY-HEYF:"f

?>. the 17th Decennial 1949. veteran status (males _

t tea Operation Nose-Count) only), and duration of unemployment. -

us ? a flying "'art.Deader If unemployed. The an- I New Christian I !
for Bradford and Iswers to these and all other quesjtlons Residence Area Whotta Third Suspect Saturday Is Final Day
ntles /Is Mrs. J. R. will be kept In absolute

s, eve Kite course who has of received training the I confidence.The primary It Is pointed put'pone out.of the ', Planned For Park-Of.The-Palms! Turtle! l I Arrested In For Re-registration

t, ,ob of supervising census Is to determine the population i
enumerators in the field of each of the 48 states i

Tn. their reports for acmd I as a basis for the division' among I' A Christian. residence oommunIty al cottages and apartments available Robbery ShootingCleveland

,: King completeness. I I them of the 435 scats In the | Is being developed on a 30-acre for light; housekeeping. The!! 1,000 Who Should

a. ,' Moore Jr., of Jackson- House of Representatives In Con- i tract of land at Park-of-the-Peima, Gospel Volunteers of the World 'flf e I Methodists Plan Let

/1r -nsus District Supervisor, I Kress. It U I generally believed I Keystone Heights by the Keystone : which also operates Camp-of-the- Johnson, third negro Qualify May

weeK announced the appoint- that Florida will\ be the only Christian Foundation an Woods in the Adirondack Moun believed. to be Implicated In the Building BanquetStarke Deadline Slip ByIStIKItTANT

the following ten enu- Southern state to show a sufficient organization of Christian leaders tains. Speculator New York was armed robbery of a safe from a I
t t and laymen including A. C. Frl- founded FTlbbltt. Methodists will "dine In : NOTICE The
Bradford County: Increase In population to by the late George Starke store on February 27. wan
slots Wilson Lucile Conner, .warrant an additional Represent gert of Van Wert.. Ohio, who Is .. Mr. Tibbitts purchased arr"sted by Alachua County law style" at Building Banquets to beheld office, of NupervlHor of Rgi-"

W Ruth S. Haines ative. I President. and the nationally Parkwf-tAe-Pelms in 1929. and e>nforcen-nt. offlct-rs I April 13 and 11. They rll'lIIl tr Ion In the rourthoime will

d Mvrick lawson. Ethel McRae Housewives are urged to report known young evangelist. D. Billy along with the developers at Key March 23. ThU'r.daY'1'pay $10 pvr plate for their banquet' be open for two hour, from 7fc

E.: Walter :Muhlho- to the police i G I' a ham, Vice-Pre ldent. The stone Heights and their Chautauqua repast with the net profit from I 9 PJII. tonight. (Friday) tot
The Johnson '
any persons 21-year-old wa.cRrrif.d
I Raymond i i tract leased from the Gospel Volunteers enterprises, envisioned this the two events going Into thechurch's the .ptrrpoMt"" of rrgtnterins; ,pxrsons -
S. Cos and Orville who might claim to be census to Jacksonville by ITrad-
George I takers and cannot show the proper of the World, Inc., operators area as a center for spiritual and ford County Sheriff P" D. Reddish I building fund. who find It Impossible& to

kind! questions I credentials. If the of Park-of-the-Palms. has cultural activity.Announcement. The banquets will be held In apply during the regular. day
eight specific supposed and lodgnd In the same Jail
nly been divided( Into 75 tliii hour Thin U the
lots which will of this lease of the church's educational building only
asked of all Individuals census taker. attempts to conduct with Leroy MrCray and: Charl..ItInlMm
K make their business other than be sub-leased on a long I term basis land by the Keystone Christian[ ,each night beginning at 7 o'clock. opportunity for'night reglntratton -
enumerators any the negroes- previously arrested
n the for home building. Included In Foundation constitutes a new I An outstanding speaker and other that will hr offered an the
Ids during April. The eight collection of official Informationhe In connection with thecrime. -
the Initial group of leaseholders milestone In the growth of Keystone !entertainment features will be en- gitratloa book clone Saturday
liriM to be made every betrays himself as an Impostor. .
is Mrs. Billy Sunday widow of the Heights and will bring to Joyed each evening April 1.
relation- Official
will be: name census takers are
Johnson had served a nneyt'artArm
on evangelist.; At -
five this
to head of household, race subject to loss of their Jobs if homes area many nationally-known In the. StatePrison for nnarmirf -: The Methodist congregation plans Bradford
are scheduled for Apparently some
construction speakers and Christian business
to start construction at an early
status state or they combine their work with !
this robbery In Countlan do much
summer and fall care
men. The combined and
program date the which
other'activities on new building
Ly birth, and citizenship such as selling. stated.
of 1047. Sheriff ReddlalV
others are expected In the near activities of the two organizations will occupy the same site as thepresent about the privilege of toting It
of the
Cooperation the
future. will face l I" estimated that at least that
will Include conferences, with outstanding The three negroes
tw'o, Inquiries con.ell public I* requested In order that building. During the construction
Facilities at Park-at-the.Palms speakers, concerts of the trial on charges of taking the period regular worship many will let the registration
i persona 14 years old and the 1950 census may be as accurate will also be expanded, according finest musical talent and various sate from the Southern Store In will be held In the educational deadline (Saturday, April 1) goby
and Informative
r. These relate to employ- as pos to plans made public by Gordon special{ events of educational and Starke In the early morning hoursof ,building. without qualifying themselves

,t status and kind of Job. sible. L. Purdy President of the Gospel cultural Interest which will be open February 27 and shooting as .lectorthat Is, unless the
All members of the church,
Volunteers of the World. Accommodations to the public. The present auditorium City Policeman Leonard 1C. Colson I trek to the Supervisor's office In
well friend and members who
and dining room ser seating at least 400 will s In making their getaway. the courthouse Is greatly speeded -
have moved to other localities

[re Control Unit May Be Decided vice 100 resident will be guests available with for addition-at least (next bit refinished season. and ready for use ..1a4 :Jacksonville Gnlunn Is hospital still confined where to h*a 'cordially the Building Invited Banquets to attend one are of remaining up during before the the few books hours close still,

prior to the May, primaries.Through .
underwent an operation on Wednesday
Wednesday afternoona

r Voters In November Electione District ConferenceOf March Assistance March 22 for the removal Elks Club Set total of 3,337: voters had registered

American LegionTo Totals $35,813In of a bullet- which was embedded with Indication that the
"Oh, Grandma what big teeth
number would reach at least 3.504) ,-
to establish a Fire additional employment In harvest In. his ..)\<)ulder. Another
proposal Be Held Here Bradford County you have! before the books close Saturday
Itrol Unit In Bradford County ing and prosesalng the timber," It bullet allegedly fired by the negroes For InstallationAn
I And it looks like this giant "al This is .till some l.OOO
I be submitted to the voters on Is pointed out. "It would bring District Commander Bill I 1 Public assistance payments In ligator snapper" turtle, snared pRttll"d through Colson's I short of the ratimatedb00 who

General Election Ballot In additional Income to the county Scruggs, Jr.. announced yesterdaythat Bradford County climbed to $33- from the waters of Hampton Like, head penetrating a portion of could qualify themselves as elec.
ember if landowners represent- and this additional wealth would the American Fourth 813.50 In March and the grants hto brain. His condition was .
Legion's could take a sizeable! chunk out Elks Lodge for' Starke and tors In Bradford County If they
a sufficient percentage of enable the county to have better District will hold Its annual were made for the aid of 1,188' of almost anything into which he .uch that he> could not undergo the vicinity will become a reality Tues cared to do so.

jest land In Bradford County roads schools, churches etc. ''I Constitutional Conference In people In the county, Rev. S. E. I managed to sink that formidable operation for removal of the bullet day night April 4. when BPOR No. The number reglatered up to

petitions now being clrcud and a higher standard of living" Starke on Sunday, April 2 Sparks has announced. book. from his shoulder until last 1820 Is Instituted at ceremoniesIn date In each of the county's eight

| requesting that the Issue the control' unit advocates say. 1 The morning session will begin Over the state as a whole. March Believed to bo the largest fur week. the USO building beginning precincts la as follows: Lawtey

placed on the ballot. More than To the question "could a land at 10 a.m. in the USO. when the was the first month In years that' tle ever,yielded by Bradford Coun- Sheriff Reddish staled that with a buffet supper at 6 P. M. 914; North Starke 1.3.12: ; South

i Bradford landowners have aldy owner burn" his own .lands If he District Auxiliary will Join with the amount of average grants has I ty waters, this 65-pound "tcctmenwas ballistic testa indicated that the More than 300 members of the Starke 73,1): ; Theresa 88; Hampton

signed. wishes? the advocates of the unit the Legion to hear the speakers: not been increased( as compared' snared by B. S. Hardman at bullet was fired by the gun 'order, from various parts of the 263; Graham 80; New River

(here are 133,000 acres of forest reply "Yes, he could as long as Maxwell W Well,.. Department( with previous months, he pointed,I his fish camp on Hampton 1.I>:le. found in McCray's room at the State, are expected to be presentfor 84; Brooker 243.

in Bradford County of which he complies with Florida's forest Commander, Orlando; Wm. M. out. Fait the !gad, the average The turtle, whose age Is estimated time of his arrest In Jacksonville the ceremonies when mar.than Persona who fall to register
fire Iowa To comply with the w, grant remained at $40.47 for the few days after the crime. before the deadline Saturday afternoon
; a
33 are under a fire prevention Scruggs., Sr.. Dept Vlce-Com- at well over 100 years be- 65 charter member candidates
now, upon a fee basis. which Is State-wide, he must confine mender, Monticello; and Melvin blind $42.93; and for needy de !|I came entangled In one of Mr. HardI will be Initiated Into the order. will not be permitted to

(it gram li voted to have the entire the fire to his own landowners propertyand I Dlxon. State Service Officer, Pass- pendent children $20.51 per child. I man's set lines. A runty hook Rotarians To Tour This new Lodge will be Instituted vote In the next election as a

notify adjoining a-Grtlle. Assistance payments do not embedded in one of Its lagsand and Installed by Gainesville LodgeNo special act panned at the last session
Fire Con
ntv organized a
as of his Intention to burn at least reflect other services provided Trail Ridge Mine of the State Legislature
i Unit the annual cost of main- Following annual reports of the mark of several bullets on the 990 the sponsoring organisation.
one day and not more than ten through the State and District voided all previous. registrationsheld
hlng the service, 12000. will in Post Commanders and Unit Presidents back of Its shell, Indicated that Next WednesdayThe .
would be
days advance.It. Boards such as distribution of I In Bradford County.
[ hard by the Federal State a Joint luncheon with the the ancient turtle had heretofore High officials of tbe Grand
advisable, but not necessary to surplus commodities to school' "I hope every eligible
Board of Directors of person
will be held In the Cath defied all previous attempts, new '
County government each Auxiliary Lodge of the BrOil: wilt ...I.t
the in of thearea.
notify ranger, charge charitable Institutions will register- before the deadline
'I The lunch- 881'-1 down through the to catch the Starke Rotary Club mat previous
olic recreation center. years '
Ing 14,000 the program. .. ._ '..- S- .. Rev. vices to children, and home. stu&'esss : from his habitat. to the Wednesday luncheonand I the OatnrsvtfM group In'' the' tn- 'Saturday.! ..Supervisor'. L.
he county's poYtlon Of the ex- eon speaker will be W. R. him
It a sufficient number of landowners requested by various State Institutions re-el<'l'ted It. !'. Morxan secretary Itlatlon and Installation and It Crosby Jr.. said yesterday /"ast
I Chaplain, O- sold the turtle to
fi.w would be- a 9-10 milt levy on Faust Department Mr. Hardman
homestead sign the petition and the ; cala. Rev Sparks said. Ross Allen's Institute at and C. II. Na worthy chairman ,Is expected that speeches will be would not like to see anyone
exempt lands. Reptile
question on the November Total assistance disappointed election
goes bycomlnll'
payments over
|me teads, of course would Dee The Legion's afternoon session Silver Springs tor $10. Mr. Allen for the new year beginning made by Grand Exalted Ruler
ballot It is pointed out that all the state were $4.206,08150: In Freeman Jr. to the polls and finding
in Register.
from this additional levy. qualified voters regardless of to he held in the Legion March and they were made for' stated that he had 6ne Just as July.elected sergeant-at-arms. Anderson of the Grand Lodge and himself not qualified to cast a

hr< Control Units consist of abe whether they own property or not home on West Call St., will con- the aid of 68,121 needy aged persons large but had never seen one any was The new president.- W. H. (Bill) his utaff; flan Past Grand Exalted ballot." The Supervisor em

radio and county headquar- will be permitted to vote. slut of the election of District of ; 63,831 needy dependent II larger. Graham walt elected- by the clubat Ruler Dave Shoats; Chief Justice phasised that It Is absolutely

fs equipped with a tractor andW A copy of the petition has been ficers. The Auxiliary meetingIn children; and 3.259 needy blind Its meeting last week. of the Grand Lodge Forum Alto necessary: to re-regl ter In orderto

with transport at least twoer left at the office of County Agent the USG will conduct their persons. In Bradford County the Adams; State President M. A. vote.
at the Wednesday
wagons with 350-gallon T. K. McClane In the courthouse I regular business, u well as elect number assisted was respectively, City# Expanding luncheon The program wax. In charge of Rev. i Rosin; Past President Bob Bohan;

tel' tank and accessory equlpit for the convenience of those wishIng district officer tor 1990. 521, 640. and 23. L. D. Haines who Introduced I District Deputy J. T Lowe; Past Wainwright Names

Around eight employees to alga Arch Thomas, Jr., new commander
District Deputy Dr. J. M. Dell
O. O. Lanter,
Evangelist now conducting
required to staff each unit. voted to local Post, will Street Lighting I Campaign ManagerN.
Clay County recently of the April 1 DeadlineFor revival services at the ,Sr; and Past President of the

Advocates of the Fire Control establish a unit and<< they have call the morning session to order I Florida State Senate Ben.- 8. D.
Church. A .
First Baptist mearage D. Wainwright., former
lit believe that the entire county also been organized in i Alachua and the address of welcome will Tax PaymentsAnd Clarke of Montlcello: and m.nydl.nltarle. ,
appropriate to the preEa.ter I member of the State'Legi.latur..
luld benefit from the set-up. and Duval counties. be delivered by Mayor J. R. Also Returns Installation of"23 additional other of the order.
Weat season was brought by now a candidate for the office
street lights on Lafayette
pe increased tree growth due C. L. Cooper Extension Ranger Walnwrlght. The Institution and ceremonies of
Evangelist Lanter State Railroad and Public Utilities
[!lie control of woods tires would with the Florida Forest Service Adjournment will be at ap Friday, March 31, Is the deadline Myrtle, Orange, Westmoreland and will be followed dance
I by a Deingarranged Commission has announcedthe
Second the old Lake Butler It was announced that Rotarians
for lot of Streets
mg additional income not Is currently showing films on a things around the
the only and civic proximately 3pm. courthouse.It road and Alton Road, In the will be taken on a brief tour of by the ladles of the local appointment of Thomas S. Ferguson
I landowners, but also to the fire control before school members of the Eika.Flame .
pIe not land In the county. is the last day tor filing 1930: west side of town was started this the Trail Ridge ilmentte mine attorney and former
owning through groups. Legion Post Hears tax returns, claiming homestead week by City Electric Department following the luncheon meeting I of the new Stark Lodge president of the Young Democratic

Russian Methods exemptions, and paring 1949 real Plans! are also In progress to install next Wednesday The usual program will be In the former- J. H. Ritch Clubs of Florida as manager of

estate personal and Intangibletaxes. additional street lighting *will be dispensed with and residence at the corner of TempleAve. his campaign

Landowners Will Elect I Discussed By Ilvis ?, transformers at the plant In order. Kotarians will leave for the mine and Tenth St. It has been They were classmates at the

t Kadford April 1 is the "due date" both to Increase the white-way Illumination as soon as they are through eat remodelled equipped, and furnish University of Florida and Fergu

Carl !llvls, lately of Tallin Estonia for tax returns and tax payments. on Call Street and to provide ing. Members are asked to bring 'ed by the local Lodge. son was reared In nearby Columbia

il Supervisors SoonCounty I was guest speaker Tuesday Guy Andrews assessor, pointedout for future growth of the their cars to the meeting so : New officer of the Lodge will County,

I Ij night at the regular meeting of that the there will be plenty of transportation be. elected Tuesday night. Sen. "I am stressing the need forbetter
-- -- --j a- homestead exemption Street lighting system.
I I the Jonee-Lngford-Whlte Post law provides that no claims to the mine. ;Charley E. Johns I Is serving as telephone service In my

[ Agent T. K. McClane Bradford county qualified elec 58, of the American Legion. He may be accepted after the April 1 Home Talent Show temporary Exalted Ruler campaign," Wainwright said In an
F. O. Clark of Interview with the Miami Herald
Introduced by
acting Secretary to the Or- five wa.
tor. To date the following I deadline while after that" datea Rites WednesdayFor
"iizational Committee of the have Penney Farms. penalty Is added to the amountof Will Be PresentedBy Floyd C. Griffis last week. Herald he was gravely !
candidates for supervisor
ad ford J. C. Jones concerned,, over the lack of telephone
Soil Conservation Dieant Mr. Ilvli related his experiences taxes due on delinquent returnsof
been nominated and the petitions Eastern Star"It's Buried service In rural and
announced today that the I a3 an Estonian citizen: during theRuselan personal or Intangible prop Saturday areas N
VV. Starling Funeral services for James C. that If elected he would exercise
action of five supervisors to have been prepared: D. and German occupations erties. R
govn the A Date", sponsored by (Crow) Jones, 74 were held Wednesday 1 Floyd Cornelius Griff, 31. died every effort to try and provide N...
the Clyde ultimate'e.cape to
formed district George B. Flynn
newly and his I April 1 In also the deadline for
the Eastern Star Chapter of afternoon at 3 o'clock In :last week at his home In Jacksonville better service for farm and rural II
'III be L. ,
L. Ger-
held V, R. and Zone of Occupied
Saturday, April 8, Cone Ferguson American payment of 1949 tax bills. J.
I t-vo the l Baptist Church with after a long Illness. was homes.
accordance with a directive Dyal. If any group wishes to many. He gave a clear Insight R. Kelly tax collector, points out on I f
onaeutlvelnbghbesAprl Rev. abR'n Cutshaw officiating.Burial of Bradford nya and In the .
a native discussing telephone .Itui1
m the State Soil Conservation nominate other men for supervisor to the Russian methods of political that after the deadline all taxes B-7, at
1 In Prevatt Cemetery had lived In Jacksonville the ation with the Miami
*rd. There will be polling they may secure nominating infiltration and the confiscation become delinquent. A penaltyof the USO auditorium. The per I newspaper
I near Hampton with the Wilson past 17 years. He was a veter.n'of Wainwright said he felt there wa
'aces at Starke, Hell- from the County Agent'sOffice. of property. He told three retainedby '
Lawtey, petitions percent of the tax, plus centage of the proceeds
Fun. ral Home of Lake City In World War II. much room for Improvement in
nn Springs. Brooker and There can be as many also of the harsh treatment of the cost of advertising the property the Chapter will go for the benefit .
charge of arrangements. service In this state Heexpressed
his Mrs. generally
Surviving are widow
pimpton and the polls will be nominated as there are petitions those who opposed Red aggression as tax delinquent will be of the fund to rx- used to construct '
Tn from 9 In. However them disappeared In Mr. Jones died Saturday night In Ruby Eloise Grlffls; his" parents, the belief that people I
a.m. to 5 p.m. All secured and sent "those who opposed added to the real estate bills, a new Masonic Temple
Mififd elector by AprilS He repeatedly an out-ot-etate hospital following Mr. and Mrs A. J. Ortfflu; two are not getting the s rvlc* they are
who are also they must be completed forever while unpaid personal and Intangible Starke.
id a lengthy U1n.... He was a native daughters. Ruby and Linda Grlffls; entitled to at present rates and
namea owners are eligible to vote. in order to get the ballot pre Issued the warning that Commu- bills become tax Hens against 'Ilils Is an all home-talent show of Hampton and a veteran of 'and Two brothers. Oscar and Er deplored the fact that Increased
candidates receiving
are placed on the baIt pared. The five the property. hoursIn
for number of nistic propaganda In Euorpe calls I running approximately two the 8panlxh-Amerlcan War He nest Grlffls. all of Jacksonville. rates are being granted In some 9
Hipervlsors by a nominal- the highest'
of the world by length. It Is hoped that everyone Instances where service being
had been In for
domination engaged farming
petition for Funeral services were held Saturday
[ signed by at least 25 .votes .will be elected aupervieore.Mra. Funeral will plan to attend one showIng '
CommunUn forces. :Mr, Tuesday the past 2O years near Starke. afternoon at :2 o'clock In provided I I. poor and Inadequate.

IIvl'1 I of "It's A Date". his Mrs. the Lake Baptist Church In commenting on the Starke ,
Informative and For Mrs. Williams Surviving are widow Klngsley
]1M Club Show Geo. BeckwithDies talk was alma)' A popularity baby contest Is Cora B. Jones of Stark; two with Rev. Jimmie Hamilton of candidate's campaign the Herald "
n USO as an awakening to Mrs. Mary S. Williams, wife of bring conducted In connection with daughters Mrs Jessie Mae Scottof ficiating. Interment was In said: ,

TonightThe In Starke and purposes. IT. S. Williams long time realdent the show. Jars are. placed In Starke, and Mrs. Cora Belle Klngsley (aka Cemetery under the "Wainwright 49 I I. a memberof .

The Beckwitb. 64, During the business meeting of Starke, died Saturday March various stores and all the "tiny I Douglas of Fernandina; two broth- direction of Key-McCabe Funeral a family long active in state a'

and costumes of the \Mrs. Elizabeth Commander A. J. Thomas Jr. 2:5: following a short Ulne..... She tot" pictures are displayed In ere, W. C. Jones of Jacksonville Home. poll tics. '

gaY nineties" will hold away In state officer of the New York presented immediate past commander was born September 1, 1892. Barksdale's store window. Votes i and Fred G. Jones of Starke; and "One brother, James R.. la mayor

e Uso auditorium tonight (Frl- Federation of Woman's Clubs and T. C. Hazen. Jr. a medal Besides her mother and husband are one cent each. "Be sure and" two grandchildren. Mrs. Jones Buried of Starke, an office that N. D.

3Y I Is survived vote for favorite youngster, held In 1910-42. .Another the late
hen the she
the BHS Glee Club wife of Dr. Geo. D. Beckwith for outstanding service to by one daughter your
-nta 'Showboat" pre- l lecturer died In Starkeon J Legion during his term of office. Mrs. Margaret W. Davis of Jacksonville the OES urges.Cattlemen's. : At New River W. M. Walnwrlght. died In 1943
a musical re- author and Hampton Speaking
S. while campaigning for the same
'Je District Commander W. ; three sons, Thomas
Frankie based- on the theme song Friday March 24 followinga I M. Scruggs: presented Commander Jr., of Key West; Yancy S. ofThomasvllle. Assn. Date Is Changed Funeral services for Mrs. Mattie office his brother now Is seek

I and Johnnie". brief'illness. She was a memberof Thomas with a service medal for Ga.; and Lt. F. M. J. Jones. 83 were held Friday ing.

Nary[ Lou Durshlmer. Edward the OES and many other civic 1 i his contributions to the Legion Williams Army Air Force, stationed Will Meet Friday G. P. Wadsworth chairman of March 21, at 11 a m., In the "The candidate a veteran of

the Democratic Executive New River Church with both World Wars. served in Ute I.
y, and Patsy Benton will organizations In New York State. during his two years as Post In bIddletown Pa.: one The Bradford County Cattle I County : Baptist
Committee announced E. E. Earnest Florida House of
heard brother H. C. Smith of Baltimore, yesterdaythat officiating. Representative
11 *In the leading singing' Mrs. Beckwith was a residentof Adjutant. three sisters. Mrs. H. J. Chamberof men's Association will hold! Its the candidate speaking date Burial was In the church cemetery In 1945-47 HI* father was a mem

*,. Gloversville N. Y. until comingto Commander Thomas Mike Gil- Athena Pa., Mrs. R. H. Hur- regular meeting Friday night, at Hampton has been chanced : with Wilson Funeral Home bar of the 1931 Legislature which I

The musical score"will Include Park of the Palma near Keystone hoolyand Mack Futch to the were District elected lock of Baltimore and Mrs. Ella March 31, at the courthouse In I' from Saturday. April 8, to Friday, lof Lake City In charge. passed by one vote the bill legalis I

any of the popular favorites Heights last year. She was conference as delegates to be held here Schneider of Washington D. C.; Important Starke at meeting 8 P.M. and This all Is a cattlemen very April 7. All of the meetings will : Mr*. Jones died Wednesday, ing parl-mutuela at Florida racetracks

Yesterday Methodist and nine grandchildren. begin at 7:30: p m. March 22 at the home of her over Gov. Doyle Carlton'sveto.
ranging from the a life member of the Sunday. are urged to attend. I '
I'thy I I Funeral services were held In The series of pre-eleetlon meetIngs 'daughter Mrs J. E. Dempsey His grandfather served In
"Man I Lov. to the melo- Church and known as an exceptional I the Starke Presbyterian Church President J. M. Edward. Jr. opened Thursday night at south of Branford. Wife of the the House In 1879."

t f'&lnauc. -curse of an Aching contralto soloist. Dr. Beck- Cemetery Working !I Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock stated today that a Constitution Theres a. The schedule will be late J. D. Jones of Branford she ,I

,;n Dance numbers will InIUde with la the author of "God's Prophetic At Elzy Chapel with Rev. J. W. Kaufman officiating and Bylaws would be adopted at, resumed next week LII follow: was a native of Charleston S. C., Bennett To Speak .

the traditional "can can", Plan Through the Ages", Interment was In theI this meeting and such thlngi-in the State Tuesday, April 4 Graham moving to Levy County at the

life "' the cay nineties book used as text In many Mrs. O. P. Hale of Lake Butler I family lot In Klngsley Lake Ceme- dues and membership in discussed Friday April 7 Hampton age of eight. She moved to Rep Charles E. Bennett candidate
ails dance Institutions. announces that an all day cemetery I lacy under the direction of DeI > Association would be all Friday, April It New River Bradford County In 1923, residing for re-election: to Congressfrom I
The religious Sun working will be held inEliy's I Witt C. ]cote. and determined. It of Tuesday. April 18 Brooker here until moving to Dixie the Second District, Is) scheduled ,

performance begin at 8 The body was forwarded Chapel Cemetery Friday Active pall bearers were W, H. present and future members 21 Lawtey County In 1942. She was a member to speak In Starke Saturday.April ,
Friday. April
'clock, day to Cloversvllle where funeral In- Carl John. W T. Jackson l.the Association so It Is of paramount New River 1, at 10 The
Admu"n Is SOc for Local arrangements I Apr. 7 Everyone with an I I Graham. each one Tuesday April 23 Hollbronn of the BaptistChurch a.m. Congressman
1Ult and "" for chudren- Tick111 -. services were held.charge of De-i terest In this cemetery Is urged J. P. Roberts, Charlie Cooper, importance be Friday April 28 Starke I .apok. Thursday at
were In Interested present
a 1' be be present prepared for work.|I,and Ray Stone. Brooker.
on sale! at the door. Witt C. Jones. ,Ito

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I PAGE TWOBradford :I will not be announced until the Palatka were guests of the O. J'I I Pine Level ChurchThe I and to attend.the pUblic I8Q: ,
Festival begins. 'Anders Sunday LONG BRANCHBy
County TelegraphESTABLISHED STATE FARM Mrs Wm. L. Reynolds Is General I Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Lunt Master's Family, 'a well

Chairman and her Committee i Portland, Me., and Mr. and Mrs. M.... J. L. StricklandThe known group of gospel singers Gay
B> Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld and their committeesire 'O. A. DeLesdernler of Belmont,
OWN[EDITOR Chairman from Jacksonville, participateIn
1879 E. L MATTHEWS. Mass., attended the P-TA supperIn 1 I
as follows: I' Sick and Ailing the Sunday night services at
and Entt'r..1 &II Srccrodhao Thompson Baby Queen and Maid.of Honor Committee the school cafeteria Saturday Richard Lang I U on the sick list
Friday Level Church the
f'ubu..ht'.1 Every Office at Starke, FlaC Sgt and Mrs. O. B. Thompson/ : Mrs. Ella Bird, Chairman; evening. this week. Pine Baptist RE

Matter at the Pod of Fayetteville, N. C. announcethe Mrs. Sara McDonald, Mr. Sue Mrs. J. P. Wyrick Miss Eliza:I Mrs. Floyd Johns returned to Rev. W. E. Hall, pastor, states. whet

1950 birth of a daughter Peggy Shelton, and Mrs. Dewey \\'\11111.r beth Terry :Mrs Joyce Futch, her mother's from the hospital The service. begins at 7 o'clock.: MIST

MEMBER l.B Lu, on March 20. Before her Park Beautification: Al Nelson. Miss Mary Julia Futch and Ben- last week Mrs. Johns and eonare

For Six Months marriage Mrs. Thompson was r Chairman: Mrs. AI Nelson, Mrs. ton Futch were In Jacknonvllle'i getting along; very nicely at I ffrll iVII V I i
SI.aO Miss Clarice Rosier, daughter of and Mrs. Chuck New-
Subscription. iM.50: : M. Hayley Saturday. the present.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S: Rosier of the Mrs T. Gilchrist of Bruns-I
man. I Mrs. C. E. Belt Is slowly Improving -:
State Farm. Committee: Mrs. Hunt- wick, Ga.,, was the weekend guestof Did Bennett
Group : In health She hopes to;, Congressman
THE CE-NSI'S: :M.\N: COMING! : Friends sympathise with Mr. ley Redfearn Chairman; Mrs. R. Mrs. Mae Wells. be able to walk again before long
and Mrs Mack Sweat in the death Buds Mrs. H. MIss Arthurlne Blanchard of
the census man or woman V Spencer-Rose ; I I Mrs. Elizabeth Padgett, better
of ,
Sometime shortly after the first April of the latter's brother, D. D. Hol- Donna-Daffodils; Mrs. Don Jacksonville spent last week herewith
He H unable
Bradford Cotfnty. known Aunt Babe, was Straddle The Fence
In all
will be coming to call on each of us lingsworth of Palatka, which occurred Pangborn-Brownies; Mrs. E. T. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
Some attend church Sunday night
.. lot of qUAsll!>n. to a* to
may be a neighbor and he will\ have a during the past week Interment Martin-Bunnies; Mrs. E. V. 'A. M. Blanchard I I

of them will seem silly, and some of them perhaps downright! Imper- was In Conners Cemeterynear Stuckey' Jr.--Fairies: Mrs.V.. i Miss Esther Mason of Jack-I, Aunt Lillie Wilkinson called on

tinent. You might feel like answering: "It's none of your business: Raiford Friday afternoon H. Redfearn--Dolls; and Mrs. W. sonville was the Sunday guest of our new neighbors, Mrs. Myrtle .

but remember that the census man represents Uncle Sam and he has March 4. E. Morrison-Soldiers. the A. M. Blanchard. family. I I Austin, one day last week to wel-I

reason for each question that you will be asked. Birthday Celebration Refreshment Committee: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Heln and 'come them to our comunlty. I utatetl In my announcement for Congress that |I.,I

a Much Important, even vital Information will be gathered by these Mr. and Mrs' M. D. Young were Aughtry Vanve, Chairman, and Miss Linda Carradlne of Tampa i Again we wish to remind every' Fence Straildl Since that time Congrewtnian hrunrf

fluestion*. Uncle Sam I is not especially Interested in whIther you at home Sunday complimentingtheir Mrs. Henry Hall. were visiting Mrs. Heln's mother, one of the all day services at Long explaining various vote he halO cant while In COHKder ........ I

have an automobile or a bath room, but he l Is Interested In how many mother, Mrs. T, T. Flllyaw,I Flower Committee: Mrs. F. M. Mrs. E. Griffis, and Mr. and Mrs.. 'Branch Church. Aa .we have said why? However, there .U an old saying about a shw]
United States, and. how many In any given area., on her eighty-eighth birthday an- Walrath. Jr., Chairman; Mrs. Ft. A. Crlffis. during the weekend.Mr. Ing.
there are In the needs niversary.An Walter Allport Mrs. Jos. Stein, and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and before, we are trying to raise
children In a state or county points out future Congressman Bennett on August 2, 1949 changed hU ,
of n
The number arrangement of sweet Chrlstoffers, Mrs. Roy family and Ernest Wells were to start our new
peas Mrs. Bert enough
facilities. It Is valuable to know how many peopleare money Ya. to Prevent and thus said I am present but I mho I Ion
of educational, centered a beautifully appointedtable Vickers, Mrs. Seth Kennedy, Mrs. visiting relatives and friends In church building, or get In financial
moving from the farm to the city, or vice versa. It Is Importantto on the lawn from which din-.S. A. Kyle, and Mrs. Gentry. Macon, Ga., Saturday and Sunday..I>shape to build the new church we H.R. SSB6, a Mil to Increase by $12.00 per month thf

know age levels of our population and employment statistics.' ner was served at noon to Mr. Costume Committee: Mrs. Lon Mrs. M. Z. Wyrlck observed her have been talking about for some nation for totally disabled World War I Veteran III"

The Information gathered will\ be helpful to us all; some directly, and Mrs. W. C. Townsend and Rushton, Chairman; Mrs. Richard 84th birthday anniversary at the' time Again we wish to Impress! connected tuberculosis. (Vote recorded In (bngrr.lw!

most of It indirectly. None of It will be used harmfully.Here their children, W C., Jr., and. Clapp, Mrs. Everett Brown and home of her son, J. P. Wyrlckl I I everyone that this building Is for ord of August 2, 1949, Vol 95, No 139, Page 10742.)

are a few of the reasons why the forthcoming census In- Noma Gall Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mrs. H. H. Donna. here Friday, Mar. 24. Wa wish .all who wish to use it for funerals, ,

formation Is of Importance to Starke, Bradford County, and the Ellis and their granddaughter, Finance Committee: Mrs Ever- her many more happy anniversaries. etc., and all are welcome to at- The
-I I You Be Judge Mr. and Mrs. Voter.j
State at large Sally Jenkins, Ira and Charles ett Brown, Chairman, and Miss !tend church here at any time. We

count for each city, combined with that of all Young, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fill- Jeanne Brown. Mr. and Mrs. T. Johnson of do not want to turn out as beg- Congressman Bennett Straddle The Fa
1-The population yaw and Elbert nit yaw, all of Publicity: Mrs. S. E. McKay, Jacksonville spent last Sunday ,gars but we do need tielpto erect
other places In the State, will determine the state's number representatives Lake Butler; Mrs. Laura Mosely Chairman; Miss Ann Walrath, here with her parents. Mr. and I this building, therefore we are ask .

In the United States Congress and Mrs. Sallle Tlson of Stark; Miss Barbara Chrlstoffers, Miss Mrs J. S. Austin.Mr. ing all who want to see a new .
2-The population count of this county combined with that of all and Herbert Fillyaw, Mr. and Mrs. Bobble Bastedo, Miss Lollte Spen- and Mrs. Earl Mosby and building at Long Branch to help

other places In our Legislative District will. determine this district'spoaltion A. C. Davis, Joyce and Clifton cer and Miss Susan Hayley. children. Edwin and Carol Jean,I with this. If you believe In help-

In the State Legislature. Davis and their visitors, MeredithAnn Renovation of the Corp munity visited relatives In Russell Sunday. ing with work of this kind, come Return Emory Price To Conw

3-Our town and county for the next 10 years will be ranked In all Noland of Orlando, Mr and Church was completed last week. Mrs. Geneva Gilbert and daughter on and give all you can. Let's all

official population reports according to the 1950/ count. This becomes Mrs. E. J. Yarborough and Mrs. New pews have .been Installed of Green Cove Springs spent 'go to church Sunday to see the

Important aside from mere pride of numbers art' size, when businessmen .- Minnie Walker. During the afternoon new draperies along the altar Sunday here with her parents, crowd and speculate on how a (Paid Political Adv.)

consider new locations for stores and factories which mean local Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fillyaw rails, new choir benches, the Interior Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tanner. new building would look anyway.
of and their children Jimmle and and exterior painted floors
employment' ; when government authorities plan the development
Bobble of Lake Butler called to scraped and waxed. The congregation !
public utilities and services: and when legislative bodies consider action -I
offer congratulation., and supper has extended Its commendation -
school aid and other benefits that are
on the distribution of pro-
guests included Mrs. Enoch Staf- for the splendid job done
portional to the population of each area. ford and Mrs. Elzle Stafford. by the hard working and energetic
4-The Housing Census will determine the number of dwelling units committee on arrangements which

here, how many are occupied by owners: and how many by tenants, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hardee and consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Don LOVETT'STARKE

what facilities they have, and the Indicated need for more housing their sons William and Leroy, Pangborn, Mr. and Mrs. Cameron
spent the weekend with relativesIn
and extension l! of public utilities such as streets, water and sewer lines, Oxford. Bastedo and Mr. and Mrs. Lon

and electricity, gas, and other facilities. Rushton.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner visited -
5-The Inquiries on income are Important to determine the relative Miss Gertrude. Houser and Mrs.
purchasing power of Individuals and families lln our community. Such Mrs. Kate afternoon Edwards In and Gainesville Ella Bloss spent the weekend
Sunday were FLORIDA Prices Good Sat. 1st.
relatives at Through Apr.
ing Daytona ---
figures are widely used! as a guide to marketing and advertising by a supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Al Nelson returned ,
wide range of businesses, since they show the number of consumer S. Griner In Melrose.
from a visit to Palm Boach. Mr.
units in various Income brackets. Information on purchasing poweris During the past week Mr. and
and Mrs. D. Laidlaw of Summit.
vital Information for newspapers and radio stations because national Mrs. P. D. Fancher had as their
Laidlaw of
advertisers fix their local quotas in part on such data. The Census visitors on separate occasions Mrs. Brooklyn N. Y.' visited the Nelsons ,

Bureau does not publish Income figures for any Individual or family J. H. Scales of Perry and Mr and last: weekend.S. .
but combines the Information In statistical tables which reveal Mrs. Miller of the same city.
do not A. Kyle who Is recuperatingfrom
Identities.The Misses Peggy Caldwell, JimmleMoncrlef a recent illness, was In town PICNIC 2BRISKET
and Patsy Kucera, as HAMS
census Is taken every ten years and-each decade this coun- members of Bradford high school for a brief stay last weekend.

try has shown much progress In standards of living;, education, and band, attended the band festival Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay spent

many other fields. We can again look forward proudly to new achIevements In Galnesvlle Saturday.Mr. several days In Orlando this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Smith
for the 1940 19SO/ decade. and Mrs. A C. Davis and
received :word of the birth of a
Be sure to give your wholehearted cooperation to the census manor their; children, Joyce and Clifton, '
grandson, Roger, last Tuesday.
woman when he or she'comes around. and their little granddaughter, All Meat
Mr and Mrs. AI Nelson have
Meredith Ann Noland ftf. Orlando, ,
III a'' were supper guests of Mr. and Grlll.returned from a visit to Pass-A-_ STEW\ lb. 15c WEINERIlb. I R

Mrs. J. B.
Strickland In Gainesville BACONEnd
TRANSFER ANDSTORAGE Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Musser and

R.B.ALVAREZ&SONAgents CO. Sunday. Mr and Mrs. R... L. Walker were
Mr and Mrs. R. W. Brannen
recently entertained at a dinner ::: 25c
t ?u were dinner guests of Mrs H. p, larty- In Jacksonville by Mr. and lb. 29c lb. 29
We operate local Gainey In Brooker at noon Sunday .
: Mrs. |Kyle: McMurtry.
g Don Pangborn Is confined to his
t> r s 74 o".n. & long distance Mrs. C D. Sellers and her daughters -

c J;: y y M4VNIR"NM/ Anywhere In U. S. : Patricia and Emma Lou. and home after a minor operation! Grade A SlicedBACON I Sirloin or ClubSTEAKS

their visitor, Mrs. Emma Rivers

v' EXCELLENT of Audurndale, spent Sunday in <
SS Graham with Mr. and Mrs. O. LAWTEYL. lb. 39c lb. 4


route to Jacksonville from If. Futrh
his home In Lakeland Mark Mack

For was the luncheon guest of his Pure In Jar SOLID PACKOYSTERS
New Church OrganisedLast ;
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J.

DelcherBros. See us first G. Caldwell. Tuesday.Mrs. Mission Sunday here the Calvary Baptist 3 lb. 49c 5!
D. M. Nix of Commerce way formally LARD pt.
Georgia, Is visiting her son and organized! Into the Faith Baptist ,

daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs D. Church. Delegations! from the
L. Nix. Temple Baptist Church of Ocala '
Urwwre Mr and Mrs. Sentell Chambers and the Calvary Baptist churchof FLA. RED BLISSPotatoes

returned to their home In Winter Tampa were In attendance for SURF large I 23 SA YO

From where I sit..Ly Joe Marsh Haven Sunday after having visited the organization.The .
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chambers Rev. Leonard Simmons,
since Friday- Mr and Mrs. Chambers pastor to the Ocala church, ter- BLEACIqtlOl

Sr.. and Mr and Mrs. Chambers. minated a two weeks' revival 37c Regular .
"Curfew Shall Not Jr., had supper Saturdaywith meeting with the formation of

.. Mr. and Mrs. Earl ChambersIn the new Lawtey church.Dr. 10 lb. 29c
Ring Tonight"Our Live Oak.Keystone. T. U. Fann, assistant pastor CORNED BEEF 29
of the Tampa church, had
charge of the organization ceremonies .

ten o'clock curfew lasted forM for a laugh,but Smiley Just about and was guest speaker

years,but the town council voted summed up how folks think In this Heights at the morning service. The former No 2'/, Can Stokely's

It out. I dropped at the meeting town. We believe that the democratic Calvary Baptist Mission here Fancy YellowOnions

la Town Hall last week just In time tradition of "live and let was until Sunday, a mission of p E A C HES. 19C 303 ARGO(

ie hear Smiley Roberts. live" la the only way to liver MAY FEMTIVAL PLANNEDThe the Tampa sect. .

"The curfew Is old-faihone! From where I alt It's not the Keystone Heights Com There were sixteen charter
..,. Smiley\ "We ought to be American way to regulate year life munity Church will sponsor a and during In the the afternoon new organization Sundaythe PEA12lc S
horn than it's right May Festival on Saturday,
rown-up enough by now to behave by s anymore May first business\ Land O'Sunshine 303 Can5lb.I5cCORN
meeting was
criticise earing for a temper. 6, at the Community Park. Boys
like grownups. Seeing to it that my conducted under the. leadershipof
ate flans of beer now and then. and girls two years old and old-
kids to bed Is the responsibility
our get the Rev. A. E. Massey, who 12icARMOUR'S
Invited .
er are to
of each family."Then Judge Think what you wish, say what you Buds, Daffodils.participate.Rose Brownies, was called as pastor of the new .

Cunningham adds, "Most of us wish, but don't ask your neighborare Bunnies, Dolls, church. The Rev. Massey had
Fairies, and Soldiers -
in bed when the curfew horn to-do exactly as you dot! are needed. All who will been In charge of the mission., .

blows anyway.It wakes me up just n ." take part are asked to registerat Other church officers elected Included TALLMILK
when I'm getting to lleepl"'i! H Walker's Service Station. C. O. Yarbrough as trea- GOLDEN 'Land O'SunshimBUTTE

What the Judge said was good Scales Grocery Store, Keystone surer and Sunday school super- 3 for 25

Pharmacy, Redfearn's. Variety intendent, Edward Massey as .

Copyright,1950, tinted Slain Brewers Foundation Store, :Murray's Sundries or clerk and Theodore Crews and CELERY .
Watson's Grocery Store. The P. Kemp as trustees.

Queen will be selected from among During the noon hour Sundaya 25 lb. LAND O'SUNSIiINE
High School students. Namesof picnic lunch was served.

girls will be written on slipsof Lloyd Wllkerson has just returned 5cFLOUR 63c
1 paper, the slips placed In a from a tour of overseas
J container, A .
drawing will then
duty In the U. S. Army and Is
e be made to determine who shall his
visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs.
be Quen and who I
shall be Maids
E. W.
INTEGRITYor WUkerson The soldier
of Honor. The Queen's name.irs was called home due to the serious MAXWELL HOUSE PackedSUGAR
/ Factory
conduct and dealing with better 6 ... '' ''' n _. Illness of his father. ., .
Mia Doris Sumner of Jacksonville
thoughtfulness and economy in all SMART was the guest of Mr. and

our serving' these mark the reputable PLANNING... Mrs. Arvin Sumner Sunday.
t ... Lau tey citizens were grieved to COFFEEPOUND
quality of this well known firm. To Call Tony Stevens For learn of the death of Mrs. Her-'
Your shell Waters and her Infant son
on Sunday Mar. 23. In a Jacksonville :
Commercial hoaplt l. '

DeWITT C. JONES Wedding Mrs. Catherine Teare. Mrs. C.W. '

Prone: 7 Starke, Fla.Fusxral Banquet Roberts and Mrs. Paul Dtnklns;
Birthday were business visitor
to Gainesville
PICTURESSTEVENS Friday of last week. C
Director Ambulance Service Miss Marguerlt. Wainwright 69

PHOTO and Miss Linda Carter of Jacksonville

Oar local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and BAG
were visiting relatives In
e services not otherwise available.We FINISHINGWhere '
Lawtey Sunday. _

every roll Is expertly Miss Enza Blanchard was vla.tiDC' W.TH 1340 FOOD ORDER ;*
relatives In Metros
funlsh the highest type service at lowest price., and Developed, Printed or Enlarged : of last week. Thursday-

accept ANY' life\ Insurance policy In force Issued by ANT LOCATED AT DAHMER'S I The H. C. Kelly family were

company: as payment la part or In full on a funeral. GIFT SHOP-110 Call St. Sunday.Mr. You Get What's Advertised At Starke's Leading food Store.MAr .

Consultation carries no obligation ... and Mrs. James And** of


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Hampton, whose marriage to Mother of John Mark." During yfr guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F.: Worthington Springs visited Mrs. Order In. next four weekly lnmi ". M.yrtllh H raulry.I 147. .n ." to reduro the' amount ''I
Earl Ayers of Ludlngton Mich., the business ..session Mrs. J C. Gano Eva Harrell With". my hand and official >"rnilitntORDRR nf alimony and support mon.".
Friday night. Sunttay. Ml at Kturk. Florida, this March > I
was an event of last Friday was Cochran OK Pl-IlMOATION:! AND from One Hundred and r *vnty-
MPgN of Theressa. enrolled Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rabbit of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown of JTth, moOFFICIAL. NOTK-M TO NKRVK: Aria w J wit OHOTIIKH five Dollara par month to the sum ''I
the guest of honor Wednesday as a new member :Mrs!\ ( BRAD' : A J. Thnm,' PLEA OINOS. of On. Hundred Dollars. per month r(
Wynn. Jacksonville visited her mother Starke visited Mrs. Mary Green An Clerk of said Court I Bradford County Telaeraph nhalltmbllKh ,
afternoon March IS, at a miscellaneous assisted by Mrs. O P. Wadsworth. By Haven 1). c. STATE OF' Fl-OWPA toM: .vrtltri
Cronliy four
: In neat
Mrs. H. H. last weekend. Wednesday afternoon thin
shower 'In the Com served a Howard A. J. Thomas, Jr. Stark, Flu II. Pau''y Sliver ('It,. New weekly iNNiielt.W r
sandwich xloo
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks visited Mr and Mrs. T VV. Ally, for I'lf 8-14 fI e-14 M official
Markey were hand And
munity Hall at Hampton. Hostess- course with lemonade. I You are renutri'rt. to serve linen* my I
upper Giver on this occasion were Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polk of Trenton in Gainesville shopping Monday IN ?sir: 'IR11t' 1'01 N r. KUJIITIIJIUM'KI I!II