Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Jail Gets 'Go Ahead' Signal From :I BRADFORD'COUNTYTELEGRAPH ;I,

rd As Site Dispute Is Settled I

,Jail for Bradford County to one small office and that the I Official County Publication E8tablished In 1879 ;:

': step closer to realization Board of Commissioners, the Welfare _

as the Board of County Board, the Grand Jury and "OLt.\IE: SF:S'P:V T1'.U\E -- = TIIiRTY-EWHT ;
IST.-\RK.:. FlAR1U.l. FRIUA\ AI'ltlL T, 1880 NtiMB"R
) ti
'. wloners voted to proceed the Petit Jury have only one office _
building: and reaffirmed to share between them It I

',..t,::,)OUS southwest selection corner of the of site the was stated it that would, under be the poor circumstances economy Injuries Fatal I Whatta Catch! County Teachers Council Passes I I Whatta Collard 3,725 Registered :

1.tlo, of Broadway and Pratt to wreck any semblance of ----:".--" -
a building at this time which might I' ,=,.f'l
"aoy only one of several tot offer some relief In solving this i To Alexander; j :t ReappointedBy Dog Ordinance Before Deadline ,
matters acted upon overcrowded condition. '" \

]f'ton during day.del..gatiun. Its consisting regular meeting of 'W."ell. ment while During was not the made suitable. discussion that for the the retaining old state-jail, ''uneral Today ; t :"N'I-..!. 5 School Board With TeethThe last Saturday \

Clarence Cooper, andUh hardened criminals could with I

Lee requested the BoardLilt comparatively small expense for Funeral services for ,Jesse B. ;" J Teacher appointments for all City Council Tuesday A total of 3.725 voters got un

the question of forming renovating and beautifying be Alexander. :54. who died Wednesday ounty schools for the 19SO-51: night renewed its perennial war the line before Bradford County -

i ,ty Fire Control Unit to then "used for many years for needed as the remit: of injuries received \ i term were announced following a on stray dogs by the passage of I'r registration books closed last ,

the General Election In office: space I In art automobile accident meeting of the School Board here an ordinance believed to be arm afternoon at 5' o'clock. f ,

h.ber, 1930-: When all those who cared to in Jacksonville, will be held In :Monday( ed with enough teeth to eliminate As expected, a last-minute rush

Lee, spokesman for the d.-\, \speak had been heard, the Chair- the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Fri- 4 The Board of Trustees of what wn described an "a menace qualify developed with appyant.

bn explained many man called for an expression of; day afternoon at 3 o'clock Special Tax School District No. to the public health and .. waiting at times In a double

ban If adopted and stated no the Commissioners as to whetheror The collision took place at Nor. I t recommended' to the Board that safety". extending from the Superisor's -

Lul'd" be prohibited from burn- not the Board at this time favored mandy Boulevard and Lenox Ave. the office and position of Elementary The new ordinance, which Is office I down the length of

>., or her own lands at any the erection of a new county In Jacksonville about 6:35: A.M. Principal at Bradford High printed In full In a legal advertisement stairs to the courthouse cor-

but that safeguards would jail. Wednesday. k Mr. Alexander's in- ':be abolished at the close of the In this Inane of the
Invided for those who desired Commlsalcpier Prevatt moved juries Included lacerations of the fiscal year on June 30, 1990: Telegraph, requires owners to obtain new registration figureepresent.

itlon. that the Board proceed to build, chin, Internal Injuries, and shock. .This recommendation :was approved license\ from the City for .. about 66 percent of the

L Lee stated that In many as planned. The motion was seconded He died Wednesday afternoon in by motion of J. E. Brown, each dog kept within the city 5.389: names that were carried on

,CM fire fighting equipment I by Commissioner Ira Wilson, St. Vincent's Hospital.The seconded by L T. Johns limits: and requires that all\ doge the old books here previous to the

)_.en used to protect valuable with Harrell, Wilson, Prevatt and driver of the other car involved The Superintendent recommended must be Inoculated for rabies re-registration.' However, this

homes outbuildings, and per- Chaataln voting aye, and Crawford ,, John Braun, 35,, Route 10, I to the Board that the following before Issuance of a license A does not mean any actual loss in
property. He further ex- abstaining from voting. Box 192A Jacksonville, incurred Pictured above Is Howard Cook i it t personnel be reappolnted to certificate signed by a veterinarian net voting strength In Bradford

>d that homestead propertynot Commissioner Wilson then mov- internal Injuries, bruises, and o'f Starke with his share of a fine heir present positions for the or other qualified\ person,, County, The old total Includedan

be liable for the main- ed that the proposed building be shock. catch of black bass made In Levy's ,19.10-31: term: must be presented to tile Clerkas accumulation of "dead, wood"

Ice tax necessary to support erected at the site previously selected Investigating officers were unable Prairie recently, Cook and two i General Supervisor Mrs Jessie proof of Inoculation before a down through the years. The

[operation of the unit, estl-I at, the southwest corner of to obtain complete details companions caugh 20 baas, weighing L. Young. license will be issued. Emma Parker colored resident County Commissioners would re

at approximately 9 cents the intersection of Broadway and of the accident since Injuries prevented a total pf 69 pounds In a three- County Music Supervisor All licenses\ issued In accordance of "the hill" northeast of Starke, vise the list periodically, but It

,rre, Six cents of this amount Pratt Streets (the location of the the two men from giving hour period, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. !Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr. with this ordinance will expire proudly displays a "giant collard t was Impossible for any Commissioner
the State of the fish extra School Lunch Sup ervlsor ,which she grew In the rich "botItOnl" to know In
j be contributed by old county jalThe\) motion was any Information. However, It Is None was large on April 30 of the year for every parson
fhree the County. the bigglst weighing 4 1.2 pounds, Mrs. Blanche Hammond. where she has her strawberry district. Therefore, the name
cents by seconded by Chastain with Har stated that Alexander was returning which 'ismied. and will cost SI. )tat
Lee said that the State home from Jacksonvilleand but they were of a nice, uniform The Board confirmed the reap- patch. The collard wall many persons who should have
r. rell, Prevatt Wilson, and Chastain A fine not to exceed $50 or Imprisonment
Department estimated size, and made mighty good eat pointment to the positions Indi planted In January and grew to, been stricken from the list of
try voting aye, and Crawford abstain- travelling west along In the city jail not to h'
rtal cost to the County would Normandy. Braun tog Cook says.Primary. rated on motion of L. A, Canova, this Immense size without benefit qualified voters because of deathor
Ing from voting. was driving exceed :30 days, or both is pro.
ire of approximately teronded by Johns. of fertilizer Emma nays Even removal from the county were
eastward.Mr. .
a levy It was voted to vlded for keeping a dog
unanimously anyone
pre The the moat voracious of collard-lov-
following recommendationsfor left to clutter the old books
{ of one mill annually on up
tenths Alexander
born in
notice to contractors was In the city without complying
pare inviting
Ballot reappointment of personnelfor ers would admit that this Is really because no one was sure of theperson's
If suffi1
xempt property. bid to be submitted at the June Hampton on December 17, 189.1!'\ with provisions of the ordinance, )
hand in the the 19 01 term were re- a "mess"! It measures more identity. It was estl
1 on and is the 'I
funds are son of Mrs. Ada Jones
{ could meeting of the Board. -i-lved from the Board of Trustees Upon motion of Councilman P. three feet across from leaf tip I, mated that at least 1,000 names In
ral Fund the expense The sale of the old brick buildIng Alexander of Starke and late Wm.B. L, seconded Wm. T,
and ridges, by to leaf tip.Good the "dead wood"
fund without were confirmed by the were on the old
orbed in this Alexander. Will Be Brief
now used to house road main I For! many years Hoard by unanimous vote Jackson, the rules were waived books.
IddlUonal tax levy, it waR said he had :
been local agent for the
tenance equipment and situatedon and the ordinance ,
Commissioner Shell I Chas. S. Partin, Jr., principal was passed I Based on the estimate that there
n motion by Petroleum Corp
the site of the proposed jail, Bradford following Its third reading, by Friday
High School
Crawford, and second by was authorized and the clerk was Mr. Alexander was a member Voters who visit the polls In the Alva A. Cook unanimous vote of those present: are 4BOO potential voters (persons

Prevatt, the Board approved Instructed to prepare and advertise of the Baptist Church, the Elks, Mav 2 First Prlmarv Election try Junior principal Law- Bridges, Jackson, and Lrwls.O..orlt'e eligible to register If they so desired

proposition of submitting the for bids to be submitted at 10 a.m., Masons, and Knights of Pythias. won't have to tarry long. "The: I James A,High.Parker Thomas and J, M. Kil I In Bradford County at the
I 1 Services
Ion to the voters on the Gen- May 1.The He was a Navy veteran of World ballot will be very brief containing Brooker Junior principal wards appeared before the Coun Today present time, the 3,725 total would

Election In November, pro- clerk used War I.Besides. only 18 names at most not High. ell :with reference to the cleaning mean that around 83 percent of

that the proper petitions by the road reported maintenance gasoline department I I his mother he Is survivedby even that many in some precincts.A I Hampton Ola M. Perkins, principal I 1 up of the lot belonging to the those eligible to qualify have done
Elementary. The Starke Ministerial Association M.>. This Is considered a good
presented in due time. during the past several a sister Miss Wilma Alexanderof few minor changes have been I I I.. H. Futch Bradford Engineering Co. It wua&r."d
principal llcil- will sponsor the three hour reitponae/ : to the re-reglstratlon
IL. Wynn requested the Board months as follows: October, 730 Starke, and hla grandmother, made In the format of the ballot bronn Elementary that I Councilman Jackson since
Good service First there Is
at the I little
Friday comparatively
ntinue its payments to the gallons; November, 479 gallons; Mrs. M. L. Maynard of Alachua.He In conformity with laws passed at Essie L. Crosby, principal would meet with them to nee If Methodist Church from12' noon i Interest In the "off-year" election.
111 Florida State Sanatorium Is a nephew of L. B. Alexanderand the last session of the State could to .
December, 698; January 518; Feb- Legislature teacher Graham Elementary they come some agreement to 3 P. M. today. The various The number registered may come ..
(Vlllle Howard Brown. It was Mrs. A. I. Parks of Waldo I
For Instance blank '
rua-y 401; and March,:391.: a Eddie Thompklns, principalR.J on aame.Freeman pastors of the cooperating close to the 4.500 potential when
d that Brown was receiving The clerk was instructed to discontinue J. R. Jones of High Springs, and l line Is provided on the first stub E. High. Register, 8r." asked churches will speak, as well asa the next "big year"' election rolls
|n ion of 160 per month .In- publlo liability ,and pro. Mrs. C. O. Dupius of Alachua. of each ballot for the signatureof C. C. for more dirt for the new Baptist visiting minister and layman. j around.
l of ISO! as first reported, but Rev. L D. Haines will officiate Anderson principal Law- j
perty damage Insurance on the the voter. There Is some difference "grounds. It was agreed I
I fey Training School. The complete program Is as follows Comparative figures Indicate
t he had purchased a farm on at the funeral this afternoon and .
road grading equipment and to also in the jl'rouplnJ1'ot : that It there was any more digBing : that two of the county's precincts
tuUllment plan and that un- Interment will be In Crosby Lake the officers M. E. Roberts, principal Thurs- of I
to be voted ditches where
have the limitation of endorsement on. Candidates or places
No 1
ton 12 Noon to 12:0.1: : P. M., Chimes. (Lawtey) and No. 8 (Brook-
Itlie county continued Its hos1 Cemetery under the direction of for various Elementary, dirt would have b
fire and the offices are to removed,
on theft policies covering
I 12:05: to 12:30:: P. M, Rev. J. R. er) experienced the greatest percentage -
1 payments he ,would probably motor trucks extended be. DeWltt C. Jones. Trouped under the appropriate Alma Moffett principalteacher that the Council would< be gladto Hill will preside, and Rev of loss In the new regis

fill on the payments and lose yond the 50. mile radio a, now headings" of State CongresalorAl, Brooker Elementary assist by "giving dirt for the !is Haines will speak on LeW-1 I,tration. Re-reglstratlon In these
arm. ..n.a 1oEt.ir4yunant.o; .. *.* ?, Legislative and Dutch grounds.M. .
provided.. Easter CantataAt ,. County. -r. The' prlnrlpalnhlps of three colored First Word from the Cross, two precincts was only half of the
vole 'ordered that Mr. Miss Miriam Stubbs: District I Appearing on the Bradford schools, Hampton Training, G. .McMillan presented" the "Father, forgive them; for they total carried on the old books. The

n'a hospital payments be Welfare Supervisor, and Miss Es- Baptist Church County ballots will be the follow- Wsteroak Elementary, and Samp Council some paving liens for the know not what they do" Hampton precinct No. fI, held Its

{lued, telle Long District Welfare DI- Sunday NightThe ing: son Elementary, have not yet city streets, showing the cost per Luke 23::34. St'l own amazingly, showing a differ

e matter of a proposed newy rector of District 5, together with For Railroad and Public Utilities been filled. font, per street[ for paving.' 12:30: to 12:55: P. M. Rev J. War. ence of only 12 names between the

jail wall taken up and J. E. several Interested citizens of the choir of the First Baptist Commissioner, Group One: Bradford High School faculty: After a lengthy discussion, the ren Kaufman will preside, and I old figure of 290 and the new total

fft, State Prison Supervisor, county, discussed changes In administering Church of Starke will present the Grady Albritton Wilbur C King Mortal Norman, Eunice Searing, Council Instructed the City Clerk the speaker will\ be Mr. L. F, of 278.
efforts to secure a replace.for .. relief fund and it was finally decid- to Light", on Easter Sunday, For Railroad and Public Utilities Mae Denton, Ruth S. Frailer: It would be necessary for him. to speaking on the Second Word, l largest, registered almost 73 per

t the old, outmoded, andfe ed to sponsor a committee, the April 9, at 7:30: P, M. Commissioner, Two Kate B. Sheppard, Eva A. An remove the oak trees recently "Verily I say unto thee, Today cent of Its old total, write South
Group :
county jail, and again urged Text of the cantata was planted on the City' property, shall thou be Starke with 66
members of which are not county com- Ancll Boyette,'' Jerry W. Carter demon Blanche B. Edwards, with me In Para. lagged percent.
yommissloners to erect a mod. officials, but who are familiar with piled by Ellen Jane Lorenz, who For United States Senator: Hazel D. Cressler Vt-rna J. Demorest also that no more trees were to dine" St. Luke 23:43.: Comparative figures of the old

ulldlng. He stated that many local conditions and who have a also arranged the music from Claude Pepper, George A, Smith Oliver J. Edwards, DellaROIII.nberll' be planted on said property, with 12S5: to 1:20: P. M. Rev. Homer and new registrations are as follows
ties In Florida out the approval of the Council.It .
have erected Tschalkowskt for treble voices. Ruble M. Perkins, Swlndrtll\ will preside, and Rev :
Jails) and others are planning I- will be era. was voted to contribute 15 L .
The cantata presentedas For Mona A. Canova. Wm. M. Scruggs, O. Hemingway will use the
Representative In Congress: "
i likewise. to the North Central Florida So- Pet. 1948 1930
Mrs. Bessie M. Burns was re- follows: Charles E. Bennett Emory Price. .Pr., Helen Malone, Madge Middle- scripture passage, St. John 19:
veral local persons.. Including "From Darkness to Light" ton, Edna clety/ for Crippled Children In 24. 27. "Woman behold Lawtey 1103 560
quested to assist In the forma For Member House of S. Prevail. Leola F. thy
A, Representatives Gainesville. N. Starke 2007 1347a.
e. E. Z. Adkins. H. L. Brown- tion of the committee, and plans Organ prelude by Mrs. Mona Can- Bradford County: Roberts Nathalie Reid Anna son) Then smith He to the disciple Stark1213 815

rah' Sparks and Sheriff P. D. were made to perfect the organization ova; "God So Loved the World"- Doyle E. Conner, W. E. (Enos) Belle Devlin, Evelyn Edwards, Behold thy mother!" as Graham 128 8t ,
spoke relative to the at the May 1 meeting of the Choir: "Hail Him with Palms" Hayes Ovid G. Lewis Jake p Evelyn!: Cooper, Martha W Futch. To the basis for his meditation. <
5 i of 290 278
a new jail and the loca- Board. Choir and Miss June Patel, soprano Roberts. Jimtlne R. Pelliim. Ernestine B. Pepper Speak 1:20: to 1:45: P. M. Rev. B. E. Simmons -
There-si 122 103
on which it should be built. soloist; "Come Unto Me"- McRae Alma Slrmans ,will preside, and the
For Edna M.
Dewey Williams\ entered an objection County Commissioner, District New River 121 8t
nil' the discussion It was Soprano and contralto duet. Miss Hart, Madge Whlgham, Lawrence. speaker will be Rev. W O. Al- i
the Two E, L
Kit to legal charges made : Crawford L, L. Brooker B13 257
out that there Is a Thelma DInklns H, Gibson Here 13 ridge of Crystal Lake who will
need of grow. by the Sheriff for services renderedin Patel and Mrs. ; Renfroe. These will appear on Wilmer T. CorAm, Jr. April Total 6080 3725A
'tY'1 office space for the delivering his son, John Williams "Legend*"-Trio: Misses ,Patey. ballots only in voting Precinct L. Marshall Nagle, Jr.. Ellen H. speak on the Fourth Word. "My I i

the expanding activities and to the Florida State Hospital at Benton. Joan Tenly. Sue Biggs. No. 2.Fo Law, Delene Wondham, V. R. Ferguson God, why hast Thou forsaken total of 3,661 electors, a number
old Jail building could, Chattahoochee. The Sheriff was Allese Lawson, Helen Haines and rCounty Commissioner District L. J. Funderburk.. LIllie M. Senator Claude Pepper will speAk me?" St. Mark 15:34.: almost equal to the total now
f e. be renovated to take "Once Gethse- Bridges In Starke Thursday night, 1:45: : to 2:10: P, M. Rev L. G.
care present at the time and requested JoAnn Dinklns; In Four: J. O. Adkins. JessieR. Martha C. Parker. Audrey April registered, voted In the first primary I
Ime> of this demand solo, MIllS Patel Newman 13, at 8 p.m. in! behalf of his can. Hemingway will preside during
mane"-Soprano ; llbrarlnn In 1948.
that the matter be referred to the Chastain, W, H. (Bill I Hall. CArl S. : ejection
representative of the State county attorney .and stated that 1"For Us He Died"-Choir; "Ea-ter These will appear on ballots In Roberts band director, J. C. dldacy for re-election to the U. S. this fifth period, and Rev. J, ,
fare Board stated this Morning"-Choir; "I Glory Only Hobbs, athletic director. senate Warren Kaufman will speak on I
agency's'f he would be perfectly satisfied to voting Precincts 4, 9 and 6 Vet Service Officer
vill. here The announcement made thirst. St. John 19:28.
was by :
are greatly hamper- abide by his advlces. The matter Ih the Cross" -Mezzo-soprano For Board of Public Instruction Lawtey Junior High, : Annie L.
cause of a lack of office space, was referred, to the county attor Mrs. Lois Mann; "Day of Gladnesn" County Board Residence Mormn. Bonnie G. Jonas, Eunice A. J. Thomas, Jr., Bradford County 2:10: to 2:35 P. M. Rev Lewis Will Be In Starke
Urged campaign for the Sena Halnel will\ preside' and Rev,
the manager
Board to provide Choir.. W Kelly
District Three Annette
(Brooker, New Simpson, Joyce Friday April 14
uate I tor. B. E. Simmons will\ ,
quarters ney.By of the choir who will speak on
: unanimous vote the Board Members River) : Hewlett 8. .Anderson andH. T. Futch. Melba $. Parlln. Vernon -
I was also brought out that the authorized a permit1 for Winton be heard in tht cantata are: B. Crosby. ,As provided by J. Rape, Emma P. Hill, T, L. the Sixth Word from the Cross, John S. Cook, of Marlanna.

nty Agent, with two clerical Parrish to carry a Smith &: Altos: 'Mrs. Thelma Dinklns, the new school law, these will be Casey, Jr., Jewel Roberta Parade To Welcome In taken finished.from" St. John 19:30: "It Assistant State Service Officer,

kern and the County Home son calibre until Miss JoAnn Dtnklns. Mrs. Mae voted on county-at-large, Brooker Junior Gastonia will be in the office of A. J. I
pistol, .38 wes-I( appearIng High: Cleo An Ball Club 2:35: : to 3:00: P. M. Rev. J. R. Hill
I Miss
"onatratlon Ruth Haines
Agent are confined ruary 24, 1051. Powell. Mrs. on all ballots. drews, Lnca Whltten. Pearle R. pastor of the host church, and Thomas, Jr., County Service Of-
Helen Haines. Cain Johnnie Ree Green HazelE. I This AfternoonThe ficer, on Friday, April 14, between
I. Second Sopranos: Miss Sue Biggs. 'Red Cross Total Harrell. president of the Ministerial the hours of 8:30: and 11 ,
I Miss Aliese Lawson, Mrs. Ruth 1; I Gastonia N. C., baseball I Association will preside at then A. M. .:

'Browns'Here For Training; Morse, Mrs. Lois Mann. Stands At $1,202A Raulerson.Hampton Elementary: Louise club, now In spring training concluding period, and Rev.Homer During his visit here Mr. Cook
Floy Sullivan, Doro Starke will be Rwlndall ,will speak on
Sopranos: Mr*. Luclle Green honored with a will, assist all veterans or their
IstOnia Mlsa June Patel, Miss Patsy Ben- collection of $194 from Hum thy Swanbom. welcome parade this afternoonFriday "Father Into Thy hands I com. dependents with any claim for

[ Game Saturday ton Mrs. Martha Yancy Mrs phreys Gold Corp. employes helped Hellhronn Elementary: Mattle ( ), according to an announcement mend My Spirit." St. Luke benefits to which they may be

Collette Rosier. Miss Joan Tenly, swell the Red Cross fund campaign N. Ellis.. Louise C. Crosby, Beat by Mrs Marian 23:48. entitled on account of their military

Mrs. Marian Howe, Mea Gloria to 1202.41 this week. Still rice C. Futch. Howe, executive secretary of the Congregational sinking I of service, which Include .

'.Gaatanla (N.C.) Browns will be night games starting at King Mrs. Louise Tenly. more than $800 short of the 12,- R.J.E. High School: Thelma T. Starke Chamber of Commerce hymns, and special music will also assistance' to widows, children, I'

@d in Starke late Saturday 8 o'clock. Admission is 60c for Mrs. Mona Canova will be the 037 quota. Chairman Jack Tra- Brown Altamease Chandler MA, Mrs. Howe announced that local be featured during each of the I and dependent parents of a vet

|"icon to begin about two adults and SOc for children. accompanist at the Hammondr wick urged all volunteer workersto wl 1 E. Jenkins, Mae Frances Jen civic groups, the Fire Department period It Is hoped that a large Bran In addition to any claim for

T ? half weeks of spring train- Prices Include tax. complete their solicitation as kins., Arlethla B.'Nathan. Mildred and other units will take part in number o f church people will compensation or benefit that the

:? as "' er's mound for Gastonia against choir. might be reached. Shell, Benjamin Williams I afternoon. The parade will whole service, although one may the O. I, Bill, or under any other

IB h, the "eet they leftobehind. Gainesville next Monday will be Additional J23 contributors during Lawtey Training School: Zeporsh : form at the schoolhouse. come Into or leave the service at ||law granting benefit. a* a resultof
I .Jl"M Manager J. B. Hill the past week have Included' P i any time. The cooperating entitlement for
Mason Leeper who has many Dr. Simmons SpeaksAt Jennings gallle, C. Price, military ser
are Lovett's, Florida churches are First Baptist First
i very pleased' with In this section. He la a Gastonia) Power & LightCo. Gladys A. Robinson Annie B. An Soil Conservation vice.
let-up In Starke. Club ., and E. S. Matthews. Methodist, First Christian, First
The field boy but played in a Florida League Rotary derson. The service rendered by Mr.
adequate lighting excellent, last summer, and developed! Contributions of S10 each were Wateroak Supervisor Presbyterian, St. Mark's Eptsco-|{Cook Includes help with Insurance
quarters In the Dr. Ballard Simmons of the acknowledged from D. E. Elementary: Alice! pal, and Airpark Baptist.
Hotel Arthur quite a following In this area., Knight, Marie Wilson. Election Saturday problems as well as assistance to
mt comfortable University of Florida was guest Priest's Barksdale's Southern
and con- of those who saw him play Employers of veterans under the
rants.l lentil located to nearby rea- Many last season will welcome this opportunity speaker at the Rotary the Club develop-Wednesday Store Starke Dry Cleaners. ....Thurston Taylor. Elementary: Melone- Five supervisors to govern the Lions Plan Fish Fry 3.1. Bill schooling, subsistence.BtC. ,
He stated that describing Recent contributors of SI: each .
present action a- .
him In newly formed
n8 to see Bradford Soil Conservation For Gastonia
are to remaIn In Starke ment of the University of Florida Include G. P. Milner. V. A. Nichols
ll' April 19.'orkouts the earliest beginnings of Jack Red Cross Workers District will be pickedIn
gain.Gastonia plays In the Western since backIn McComb Carl Mathews an election to be held'Saturday, Baseball ClubAt 51 Restaurants .
began Monday mornat higher education In Florida L. Pickering. Bert McMalns. Cula .
Carolina League (Class D) Twen Asked To ReportJack April 8.Polling
1 \be the high school field, and ty-seven members of the club are 1833. of Coran, C. E. Devlin, Pace Lewis, places .will be locatedIn the regular meeting In the I 664 Rooms Serve
held dally from 10 A.M. trainIng He told of the development D. B. Page, Dr L. Colson, Dr. J. Trawlck. chairman of the Starke. USO Wednesday night Starke Public
2 P1r. In Starke for the spring Lawtey Hellbronrt In BradfordMaybe
V'"t0r"' the two-year University College W. Brownlee, Mrs. Florence Lions had their Dual.near
are always 1950 Red Cross fund campaign, Springs, Brooker and Hampton. as guests *
Naiiager M. C. Peterson, president of the course where students are given u Brown, Mr. and Mrs. F. F Flume, asks all solicitors to turn In their Voting will take place between Manager Hill and Playing you wouldn't think 10,

aced "Red" Cubler an- Club will be a visitor here this a foundation In the liberal armor Mr. and Mrs. Daniels. Coca-Cola reports to Miss Lillian Stump aStump' t the hours of 9 a.m. and S p.m Manager Casbler of the Gastonia, but there are 51 restaurant.,
that four exhibition before they go Into the e Bottling Co., Guidon Grill Florida All N. C., baseball club. They spokeIn
have weekend. schools Store by Saturday, April qualified electors who are also seating 1,214 people, engaged In
been scheduled during Starke specialized professional Theatre, Slstrunk'a.Keystone 8. land sppreclatlon of the very fine feeding the In Bradford
M'am! ', The Club was brought to of the owners are eligible to hungry! public
stay here, and He stressed the importance cooperation accorded them by
It 'Ia
efforts of the Lions County. There are also four
h date'the? that other may be added Club.through the formation school of proper, stating study that habitsin :almost Midgets Farm Bureau NoticeThe vote.The five following men have the Lions Club of Starke. hotels, 13 apartments, 40 rooming

.aged: following have been high student can make the Split With Hampton been nominated by petition to The Club has made arrange bouses, and 18 motor court., witha

l Friday, 47 Ladies any university work If he Bradford County Farm have their names on the ballots menu for a fish fry at Mayor I IWainwright'l total of 864 rooms, where the
April Hampton In
't: Gainesville, grade how to and has the The Keystone Heights Midgets Bureau will meet at the court candidates for supervisor: D place on Kingsley weary traveler may.lay his head.
Plan Food Sale has learned W Starling George B. FlynnClyde Lake next Tuesday. Guests on These figures were released thisweek
.turdaT,April hlmaelf. split a pair of ball games recently house Friday night< April 7, at I S
linda", APril 8, Palatlca, here; desire to apply tour of the Trail I with Hampton. Keystone won theflr.t o'clock.: The north and west Fla Cone, V. R. Ferguson and this occasion will be the Gastonia by the State Hotel Commission

()"".y. April e Palatk& there: The ladles of the HamptonPTA A scheduled, which was to havefollowed game 7.5, but lost the sec field representative will be present L. Lv Dyal. The five candidates / ball players, who have also In ,nn'ounclng\ that Floridanow

e. lO.dim. ., will hold a food sale at the Ridge mine the Rotary luncheon, ond 52. This waa Keystone's and all members are urged to receiving the highest number of been Invited to go fishing with hat more tourist accommodations

MI *""" to candidate speaking which will beheld because of rain. first loss In five games attend. votes will be elected: supervisors. members of the Club. than ever before In its. his
be Played In Starke in Hampton Friday, April 1, was postponed tory.




,APR 7 19 5 0 \

1'AOt TWO .
-- -- =- : ed Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey SappIn [Inspector at the school bond election1 I Lawrenra Itw

Gainesville Sunday, held In Keystone Heights tion.H. 1 Def.adanryqFORCiC1Aie. .

Bradford County Telegraph Mr. and Mrs. H. I* Green of I Saturday : I..,Mk vaURl.h71t at

IL Lake City .were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and daughter STATE NOTIrgIT,

owNagCDITONPablisheri Mrs Seeber Moody Wednesday Lillian, spent Sunday at Silver tw.. '
ESTABLISHED 1879 Mrs. Denzll Thomas and grandson Springs with Mr. and Mrs. flon: hisTwifel; '1064'U

Every FridAY and En''I1 es 4etvxld Mikle, of Floral City are Burt Busbee. ",.A. kfmwn You ai,. '"
Starke, F1a. spending this week with Mrs. Starke from snit has
Otllre at Recent callers in t
Pod .
.Clalai !Matter at the 4 2ifra 8tiro essMoftrUhrrt'ln Truba Hodges. here were :Mrs A. Carlson Mrs. ford Ibis the bow above nsrnu< :

1950 CA. NERRDnw _- Mr. and Mrs. Everette Lane of Ray Forsythe and Mrs. Blanche A Bradford ,I" W
MEMBER @ -- Kentucky are visiting Mrs. Lane'smother Cunningham and sons, Richardand the.. owrporattm In :,.

1tn0 For Sht Months I meditate on the htuutl -r My minister called Monday Mrs. Frooie Moody, fora Terrill. der fled Flays.. .... I "I ..ntandawifeow

8orlptlon .::.\nnually. <,>* of nature and the goodness,) afternoon He has given me few days. ". "!, '

of people all over the world. I I several prayers for peace. He lea Mrs Beulah Moody went shop. Brownlee Named "1. Rlnunuii 4,
MN the first robins.The graduate of Columbia University ping In Lake City Friday. and Simmons Illndv WHAT Tilt: OTIIKK: N.MESIES! angels are spring cleaningThe and so Is his wife. He teaches Gainesville MayorMilton ( i defendant '

mansions In the sky; es a class at Mornlngside college. 3-81 a Cain first. mort:31f' .>*.
Russell Kay
(Guest Editorial by They have set the four wind I He has two churches and Is avery Brownies son of Mrs.J. following |>' j j..,I "I
between Pepper and Srnather busy man and is well loved LAKE GENEVABy M. Brownlee of Starke was ::> : ford C. : ', "
the heat and fury of the battle blowingTill M\1J\ of SKliVmLM!!
in the fact cobwebsfly. by all the people. My heart rejoiced named Mayor of Gainesville at a : ftS. R. 22 .
Senate, a lot of voters' are overlooking they make the Blanrhe Cunningham E. .?
for tho United States robin of the City,Commission 200 except '
of when I saw a hopping meeting feel,
that when they go to the poll In May they! will have a All the. wintry mists and darkness about on the lawn the other In that city Thursday of last week. wr; : :: lands northeast rrlcnsnj. ..rn. .
other questions to decide. morning. I thought I had heard Recent visitors in the home of He has been a member of theComml.slon .... Oolda .. A,
and Smathers may get the headlines but don't los sigh located Mn' and Mrs. Ray Forsythe were for time. .. on Hall, by Parris, .
Pepper And clouds of dreary gray- them calling, but had not some claimer doted A"1 !
of the fact that you will be called on to select U. 3. Congressmen Senators They have swept them clean any until this week. TomorrowIs Mr. and Mrs. W. Peterson. Bud Since Gainesville operates under .. 'vs'I and recorded c'r ftl;:;
State Railroad I Grimes and Mrs. J. Wlltront all Page 107-11J Ihnd. !
in State Legislature. and the buds will be
and Representative away, the city manager form government as record of raid I
and Public Utilities Commissioners and many minor officials. Anti have hung their bright welling, The country here with ,of Ellwood City, Pa. The visitors the Mayor Is selected by the (".. said th. lnters.Sec ..tlnr Jf',1'j
1941.l 8i
A large percentage of the folks who registered to vote May 2. did newCurtains out the snow Is brown and black expect to make Florida their Commission from its own mem- >.... Road too run. LntLf

so with but one thought In mind the Pepper-Smather race. A dear of white and blue !Instead and drab. However, my crocus hom, In the near future.E. bershlp. Brownlee automatically 5 In Stat beginning Road. IHH14 i.... 1'

example of this came to my attention when a friend came to me with are coming up. I must get the F. O'Nell, veteran railroad becomes Gainesville's chief executive 20 right angles..then:< 'Atal It.!
all those other names on It and Overhead.But lawn raked soon and clean the''worker of Connellsville, Pa., was tart thence nurthn. ",
ballot and asked "why it had with the title of MayorCommissioner. to said State ,
dummy i Roa411\
attic. Busy happy days, but I a recent guest of R. R. Forsythe, A line of a sir.' ,t ,r*
what did they mean? sometimes one Is careless love them all. a retired conductor, Both were (" alone said strt.t' C1
I that the "other" names were those of candidates running color' falls ida. aid State Road, .I
explained And a splash of employees of the Baltimore His election was by unanimousvote. long said R'l
e for offices for Congress, the State Legislature. Railroad andS On the brown old earth below CLAY HILL -Sent Ella Mae Os- Ohio, Ry., oftentimes on the same cate point of b.lflnnlnr'the State J

Fabllc Utilities Commission, etc. them teen a little camera' and four rolls train( crew. Mr. O'Nell has several to thereto tenements. and u
," friend said. "I don't know a singleone While the merry-hearted sun of film. She Is going to take before such:. And apprrtalniii' ,
But they are Just names my years 'remaining reIrement We won't retlrfire. '_" had a' be you aid ea..to|
of these people or the Jobs they are seeking, so how can I vote In. Laughs out to see the fun pictures of everybody and every- and this Is his first tripto Everything. h al" 1 f price.Stl'Ollc's day' and by required cause on to May annul i I
?" Playing hide and seek with thing that she thinks I will like Florida. He expects 'to return serve your anaw.rs l J
telllgently beauty to see. How I will enjoy those .. he has fallen In love with the : :: ; Ing* on plalntltn u.,1
Ton can't," I admitted, "unless you are willing to acquaint your. quired by law tgmJcation
She will have to learn
As the heavenly color spills picture. beauties and climate of'the Sun. !''IOTICII! ( of the Elllolcj,
self with your government and Its functions and .than consider carefully On the hills. how to use it and I am not expecting shine State. ELECTION OF FIVE HUM5RVIS- be taken as .onl....

the qualifications of the various candidates who are offering forMh (British Weekly) all of the film to be good.I Mr. and Mrs T M. Finley and CBS CONSERVATION FOR THE BRADFORD DISTRICT SOIL (: Bradford this County order T.publl..h II..
i can hardly wait to see how large April *5 weekly IssuesWITNESS
post. IIS.'I II! '
Mrs F. Novotney of Lake Geneva, Pursuant to the Conservation J
to I my hin4
above sent bya
'It happened that this friend had been doing a lot of squawking/ poem me my girls have grown. I told herI and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Plxlty: of District Art Chapter 583. Florida of said Court at h>]
dear friend Is called "Spring of 1841, notice I I. hereby
wanted each of the girls by Statute this Nth day gf Mtml,
sales tax. I explained that It was the legislature that passed attended the
about the That Keystone Heights klvoni of an election to be held April
is what April
the law creating the sales tax and hinted that the next legislaturewould themselves. Dorothy .Manning DES: meeting in Starke Monday 8. 1050 for the election. five .supervisors .. A.. elsti
and the coming months bring. Lorene Padgett. Margarette Wil. ) for the Bradford Soil Con. .. (OFFICIAL
probably broaden It and perhaps add other forms of taxes aewell. :Out here we have had so much kinson and Mildred Sculley. I light. oervvtlon. District.Polling ny Haven Ornnlir D I a

"If you are smart; I said "you'll make It a point to learn all i strong wind. I really love It would like a picture of. the store Mrs. Blanche Cunningham was Ptarke Place- County: Court House Atty.HollI.for V. Plf Knight a,*

you can about the men who want you to send them to Tallahassee to when the dust does not blow. One Elgin Lang has and her picture

represent you In the next legislature" day we had quite a bit of dust in too. Even the old school buses.

Then he asked what the Railroad and Public Utilities Commissionwas the air until a rain put and end I hope all will help her with this '
have to It. To-day so far is calm and for me. 1: have word that Daisy
and wanted to know how It affected him. He did not
i I. cloudy. I love all the days no Lang has a new electric cooking ,
j Idea how the Commission functioned.
matter what comes. If it is stove. I surely was happy to
l I explained that its actions affected him plenty. I pointed out that cold I think of the awful hot days hear that. Tye \LOVETT'

\ this particular commission had Supervision over the operation of railroads when I all but melted. When Its

I bus lines telephones, taxis, operating Inter-city toll bridges hot I think of the zero weather HELPFUL HINTS. : To entertain .
I and could authorize the discontinuance of service set rates and specify and blizzards and be content with the youngsters on rainy daysor e

i the type of service that must be provided. the hot weather. Ha!. Yes, It is any other time give them some
possible for one to be truly happy puffed rice and toothpicks to
'I He was amazed. He dimly understood that somebody somewhere under any circumstance. I found. make all kinds of animals and \1 : Prices -- Good Through Sat. Apr. 81\\

I had something to do with such matters but-was not aware of the factthat Happiness is a state of mind. Its figures! with them. otJ) -c-. ,
: he as a private citizen had anything to say about It. "You mean," learning to take with a smile _
lie, asked, "that one of these listed here. If elected can say how whatever life has to offer and PRAYER FOR PEACE. I havea

I much I pay for telephone service or a bus ticket ?" know that every experience just prayer here from Germany. SMALL SIZE, 1 tlNUtKIZtOPICNIC
I It was in German by a lady whom
) "Not only that" I aald, "he can order your telephone discontinuedIf broadens anSI softens us-makes the Russians drove from her farm

I :you use It contrary to his rullng.for he can determine the route of us more kind, more loving and with her nine children. I have

tile bus you ride and might'ellmlnat the particular town you desired olerant. ,not had It translated yet, so will 2BRISKET
I have been reading how the HAMS lb.
i to reach. In short, he represents you on the Commission and his Eskimos look upon each night make my own version as I think:

sworn duty Is to protect your Interest along with the interest of the when they sl-jrp as death and "Dear Heavenly Father hear my
state and all the people." prayer: On bended knees Father ,
awaken every morning to a new
I beseech Thee to touch the
"Holy, jumping grasshoppers" he explained, "and 1 wasn't even life. They put the old day past,
of and
hearts those who
planning to bother my head about voting for any of them, all I expect. back of them and start all over.I I of oppress
destroy the liberty those near
oil to do was vote In the Senate race and let It no at that. They are so friendly and kind. ,est them. Help them. 0 God to All Meal|
When down from the I!
And this fellow wasn't dumb. He was a pretty sound sort of citl- they come cease this cold war and strife be. 15c-
Arctic regions they catch diseases lb.
en. Owned his own home, had a car and a good Job belonged to a of the white man and soon perish. fore it Is too late and, theyjfcave STEW W-EINEI I E

civic dub, attended church regularly. He was typical of thousand. of But we can well take heed of some I started another devastatlngwir'! to BACONEnd

other citizens who are busy with their own affaIrs and never take the of their philosophy In living. Its kill our boys. Take the greed
and hate from the hearts of these :;: 25 (
trouble to think very mucr about government or how It operates.: He so easy to be discontent with'one'a leaders. Strike them down as you lb. 29c lb. lb. 2
probably wouldn't have registered to vote this year If he hadn't be- lot and feel sorry for your.I 1
once did Saul. Take the ache
come Interested In the Smathers-Pepper fight and decided to have self. Especially for a woman who .
from our hearts and make us sure
something to say about it. stays at home and does the end-
of PEACE and to know that.Thou
But he Is plenty Interested now and plant to attend every rally lees tasks for a family of children.If art God our Father and ruler of Grade A Sliced l

and personally meet as many of the candidates as he can. I think the husband does not always our destinies.. In Jesus name we
show some consideration she so 39cPure S STEAKS 5
that when election day rolls around he will know what the score Is often gets sad, for housekeeping ask it. Amen." BACON lb. lb.
a>d be in a position to express himself intelligently. How about YOU ,
I can be an endless round of drud. TRY THIS DATE CAKE: ,
and TOUR vote?
gery. In my younger days I foundIt Cream together:
,II I so. One that does not pay, 1-2 cup shortening (Crisco, Spryor
and Is not always appreciated.I oleo In Jar
I ALVAREZ' Men's Clothing find that as I grow older I 1 ) /
STORE cup sugar
i Established 1894 I till,/ am glad that I was a WAC; glad 1 1.4 cups canned tomato soup LARD 3 lb. 49c OYSTERS 5
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I I widow
that was a many years (add 3.4 teaspoon baking pt.
II I without a home. I can now do soda) .' ,
II the daily tasks with zest. I can 2 cups cske flour t

appreciate the endless tasks before 1.2 teaspoons nutmeg ,
I FOR YOUR A J fsX REQUIREMENTS me and realize that I am 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 tp. FANCY BUNCH OF HUIN GRITS or Me

just lucky to have a 'home a cloves CATSUP

J // Pays Tol'raae Wtth Slade / loving husband and work to do.So 1.4 teaspoon salt CARROTSFANCY 15 5 lb.
> youIrla who read this, it I'up lastly stir In 1 cup floured .

PROPANE to you. If you are discontent, I Ito chopped dates, bake In greased
ace the happy things Instead pan about 8 x 13 In moderate oven
1 GAS Appliances of the unpleasant; to be thankfulfor ((350 degrees). When cool, frost Can Dole SlicedPINEAPPLE
your home and loved ones. ,with: 5c'i 25cVALLEY

i SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc. All too soon time brings changes 'Cheese Frosting 1 pkg cream i i 25

and you may find yourself an old ,cheese and enough powdered sugarto
woman alone In the nest that was I make It thick and smooth. This
Call St.
I Starke
j onCe a orison to you. Enjoy your- I Is easy and good.

self NOW.I Well girls, I am back on my 1j' 'lb. BOXES
just had a call for the ambu- diet. Ha! Hungry most of the YELLOWOnions PR"

lance. The neighbor lady who I time, but I know I am Betting 3f"10Land
R.B.ALVAREZ&SON T COD was Injured In an auto accident I sufficient food for health and I SALT

STORAGE during the blizzard Is coming II am slimming down until I, am ,
home. She has been In the hos- 1 proud of myself again. Such 'fun. PEACAN

We local pltal in a cast with a back injury. God bless you
operate She has been homesick. all.Love, Lura. O'Sunshine' 303 Can

PIP. Jb long distance I washed curtains yesterday Lure.
", Just in the bath and kitchen. I 3lb.l0c CORN 12JCALL
IH' K(
njvhere In U. S. have on one of my striped print .
t5O resses with an apron to matchas
: EXCELLENT I sit here writing. I also have NEW\ RIVERBy .
the wash silk dress finished. Its
right pretty and fits me nicely.It .
FACILITIESSee cost only 'one-third what a I C
Agents For r ready-made one at the store would Everyone enjoyed Brother L L (J 3for19 SUPEROleol R.\ '

coat I tailored it nicely I have Wilbur Scott's message on "The CELERYLARGE ,
DelcherBros. pinking shears and I used silk Empty Tomb" Monday night at
us first binding braid to finish. I enjoyed Long; Bridge Church. He will be 1''
making it. with us again next Monday night. SIZE

In the evenings while i listenat Everyone Is Invited to attend. 5c
the raldo with Don I hem dishtowels Mrs. Pete Sapp was honored RINSO. 19 lb. i1
by hand. I am on the wtth a stork shower at the Church .

ASK THE MAN WHO KNOWS .t YOUR WATCHMAKER I eleventh lesson In my literature. Tuesday night of this week.
I I[ like my course so am spreading Games were played with Mrs,
j It out so as to enjoy It more fully. Roy Tomllnson, Mrs. Seeber Moo-
I dy and Mn. Ethan Sapp winning ALL BRANDS TROPICAL BRAND
I yI r J prizes. Refreshment of hot

MEAD re ;' :y IT'S SMART chocolate and cookies were serv
ed. Mrs. Sapp received many TALL MILK TOMATOESFOR

PLANNING... useful gifts.

t Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody son.
I To Call Tony Stevens .For Ralph visited Mr. and Mrs Harold

Your Shiver In Gainesville last Sun-

Wedding Commercial day.Mr.. and Mrs. A. P. Johns visit'

': See our line of Elgin and Dulova wat.hes.-Beau-: Banquet ed Mr. John's grandmother 'Mrs.

.; lirul gifts for Easter including rosaries and crosses And Birthday Mary Whitehead, In Raiford- Mon, 3 FOR29C 3
and PICTURES day.

chains.Ed Oscar Gibson of Deland spent
Simpson STEVENS PHOTO Saturday and Sunday with his

feabo.rd Alrl/.e/ Bsllwa,. w...... I........ FINISHINGWhere mother, Mrs. Minnie Gibson here.
Mr. and Mrs.
Loney Sapp of
GEM JEWELRY every roll l. expertly Raiford visited Mr. and Mrs. O.
Developed Printed or Enlarged B. Moody Sunday

1 lr Ira, Merritt and Mrs. Minnie
LOCATED AT DAII IER'S Johns made a business trip to You Get What's Advertised At Starke's
GIFT SHOP-110 Call St. Lake City Friday of last week.E. Leading Food Store

41 A. Sapp! and son Pete, visit .


I"L A P R 7 1 9 5 0

T, .,,0 ."'BroAD COUNTY TELr..UR.. OTO. ...OKr _. nr.._. .
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and children of Gainesville visit here

ed Mr. and Mrs. -8. M. Mott Sat Hope attended Baptist church services last at weekend. New of Mr.last week. ,, By Haven CroBbj Aa Clerk r>.of c.paid Court. 150 OFFICIAL RKA1.' : ) A. J. Thnm..... ty Teleirraph. ahall puhllah ford County, Florida on June 14.
and Mrs. E. J. McRae of Order In nelt four weekly .
OKER urday evening.Mr. Oreen U. "n. Sl.rke. FI... An "0 aa to reduce the amountof
Clerk of -mid 'hl"l
Waldo were visitors here'Friday.. AU,.. for Pit CourtBy I Wltneaa my hand and "'f alimony and aupport money I
al 4t 4-SJ Haven croahy, D. C. .
and Mrs. Emery Hazen of Mr. and Mrs. eal at Ktarke, Florida, thla !\ from One Hundred and I't..atft" ,.*
T. T. .
Lf'"is' W. Markey Mr. and Mrs. Robert Groover of Frank 1-nnilriim Starke, Fla.Atty. 17th. 1950.OFFHMAL. ,
I.e Plant City attended were 'N_ cmn IT C'OI HT. 8M'OFOHI) for Plf Dollare per month to the earn
services at |In al 4t 421CIRCI
Gainesville ) A
( J Thnmaa,
shopping Brooker were visiting Mr. and 01'\1'1''. F'.OHIO', 11 C.-, of On* Mundiml Dollar per month.Hradford ,
New Hope Baptist Church and Monday. ('lCftY. : Aa Clerk of aald Court County Telearaph. ..hallpunlleh
and son, visited their relatives Mr. Mrs. B. M. McRae Sunday after ': Clirtla Van Moo-.. Plaintiff. .'\1 IT loinr, ni Ai>Koiiit > Hy Haven' croHby: n: cA lhi. Order In nest", tear
here va.
Jeffords Sun and Mrs. Pltt .. J Thoroaa, Jr. Htarke,
4 visited Baxter, are noon. Kllialu-th _Van Hoc.., Defendant.OKHEl'l rnl'I'I't'Lonl. IM C.- FlaAlty weekly laauee. .,
lelnhatchee. day. vlaltlng relatives In Cali. No CIoH" for Vlt. 1-14 4t 4-14 Wltneaa my" hand and officialeal
I and Mr*. O. W. Hazen Is this JacksoJlvllle- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner and OF RI.1CAT1OX There.* LI I ley.. Plaintiff "". William at Htarke, Florida, 'hla lOtlr
spending week. .
Varnadoe a few I daughter, Evon. were among those ANI. .NOTICK TO LIII. )'. Defendant. Ca e No. 1% TIIK r.H"111' l HT. KKillTII day of March. 1950. '.
weekend. days with his eon, I. H. Hazen Mrs. Vera 8TATW (VF APPEAR.. 7817. .11 UK'It I. <'IH('I. IT OK. VI' .,oil.IM (OFFICIAL WK.MA.. 3. ThoirmavA ,
I 1 last and in Jacksonville. Allen 'Is spending who enjoyed the birthday celebration b.th Van 11..1'KI.OHIHA, wh. t. :II..- ORT>RR OF PI'Hl.ICATIOM .n,. I' "'liU ...H '.....nn > Clerk of aald Court* ,
Galney several R M. **n In Starke ANI NOTICK TO 1411I'' '. ('IICKHt., : .
s. with her in honor of Leon Conner and a racksonvllle, atieg S. M. Mott and father A. You STATK' OF FI.OUIPA to: William John L ratilev.flitlntlff. FlaAttv '
of Henry Hodge B. Surrency. who is 111 at his home Sunday.Mr. arr required to appear on .. I/ I'atten, murk*
Mav l.t. 1.IIUV. whoae renldeni-e and ,addreaala. for Plf 1-34 4t 4-14
New Hope enjoyed Mr. 1 1950. In the above named I
at a fishing trip to Santa snd Mrs. J. c Strickland and Mrs. H. M. McRae were Court umlMU e, wherein plaintiff 470 Liverpool. Mtreet. Montreal. -va.Maydlth
were dinner Fe Lake Saturday afternoon. of La Croflse iieeka ll\ori- 13. Quehec, CanadaYou : H Tauley,
and visited < Hrailford
II I Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hall County Ilefendrtnt I 1 1ORDRri
are required
Telegraph appear
H p Gainey SatI. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano at M. c. Douglas Sunday. !, and other relatives in Jacksonville In next four xhall weeklv puhllnh Inane thla* Order May lat 1950. In the above named : OF PI'MI.ICATIOV" : ANn
tended the 77th Court and NOTICH TO 8KRVK ANSU oil I IUTIIRIi
Leslie Wltnenx cauiiit wherein plaintiff EH.
birthday mv hand
anniversary hMrA GrenFrid and official teal I

and T and Mrs. I Thursday and Friday of last week. at tjtarkt.. FlorldM. aeeka divorce. Bradford County l'I.JoAI'INt\1! \
of thla March .
Green her 18th
mother, 8TATK!]
Wilson Mrs H TtWer" ln Galnuvll1e -- 1 HBO. Teletrraph fthall puhllah thin Order OK FI.OHIIIA to May
L her parents Mr. C. Martin at Hawthorne Sunday. week. I Slightly smoked but still liken (OFFICIAL PRAM A. J. Thomai. In next four weekly laaueaWltnena .. dlth Mexico II,' Pauley, "Silver City, :New I I I,

J Hardee of L* Cro8 e Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaw of i Mr and Mrs. G. W Ralborn I .'",. Everything half-price. Save By Haven Cronhy.A. Clerk IV nf c nald Court. Starke.: my Florida hand, thla and' official Mun-h IKth.l aealat You are required to aerve. 1'0",1|
Gainesville visited Mr. and two A. J. Thoniua. 5n Anawer or and Mrs daughters 'money. Jr. ytHrke. Fla.
8rs. h of w. in 11 Strong's Ally for Plf (OFFICIAL HKXt.) A. J Thomaa April 14. 1950. In the above named. I
Parrl Guy Harrel :Gainesville a-S Itt 4-JI
Truby ) Sunday.Mrs. shopping Saturday ____ Aa Cleik of aald. Court. Court and cauae, wherein PUIn-j
iMr ROIlIt Pinholster Cecil Moore of Gainesville I Rev. and MrSTrubv m c'inn IT f'O"UT. BH\I>KOHIOINT1 > IMH<.| |T By Haven Croahv. n C. tiff aeekn modification "t the I)
Parrish of C FLOHII>\| 1% CHAN.KHY. 4'OIHr. HH\I>KOHI) T Frank I.andrum. Starke. Fla. Final I Itecree of Divorce entered In t
adl.aconoandlaymanBI visited Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Santa Fe visited Mrs. Rosa Pin- I 'r-H"
Beulah Baptist Harrell Sunday, Monday and holster Sunday afternoon.andl.i' J'\eftn llenderaon Plaintiff. ".. Car.ol > ,.. Jili-t.n. Plaintiff. v... CJrI.. Irfe .
Henderson. Defendent. Case No. IS ( .HC'II'r < 01 NT. Illl U.ON. --------
last Tuesday. Vance Maaten P I vfrnilnnl.
lay night of Rusa. 1111'11- Earl Todd 7. Cane No 7820 coi ",'ri. r-.i>Hiii 1 1 ix <'iit>.
Mrs. Lottie !': OF PI'IH.TI AT'O\f! OF PI'ULICATIOV CKHWilliam\.
Edwards and Mrs. and Mrs. VNII ANn NOTICK TO .
Frances NOTICW Tn APPEAR APPEAIl :M Crandell. Plaintiff vaClara .
ley and Charles Relief Grace Barry visited A. B. Sur- Rus. ot Lake City vlaltpd 1111'. and STATR OF FLORID* to: Carol I.e STATB MuKicn.OF notl.'no; Oole Rroailbent Crnmlell Pefendant. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
who-e I
uncle and aunt, rency of Starke Saturday evenIng Mrs. \\llson Russ Monday j k Henderaon hoWn. whoae realttence. I.: Un Bddrena. l I'nknnwn. and OltOKII. Caae No OK. 7111\PfltMCATIONANI I I

Gidd Howard of We are sorry to re-port that 1 You are required te appear on : You art> rviinlred to appear on NOTICK TO APPKAHHTATK
May lit ;
1S30 !
Mr. Mrs. Eva April 17th. 1950. In the In the above numed OF FI.OHIIIA, to: t'larartrtiadbent
and Mrs. O. W. HarrI'll > .
Barry la a ; Ir.'rf1 ('ourl and i-au e. wherein plaintiffaeeka .
spent patient I
In Court and pauae, wherein Crandell. v* hiiae realdence -
Incited Mrs. A. E. Saturday night with Mr. and Alachua County Ho8Bua) at I .eeka divorce. Hradford County Teleitraph du..r.-e rhall llrartford County and aildrena la 4.17 North Connettlcut PHARMACISTS
L Hazen Mrs. J. B. Gainesville Telegraph halt publlah thla Order pnhll-h thla order Avenue, Atlantic City. NewJeraev. I
U O. Hardy of and Mrs. G In next four .
Mrs Starke w Davis :i In next. four weekly laaueaI weekly l-nurn I 1 1I
TdneHday< and Thurs- The Training Union of the Baptist ta 111 and confined to her bed. Wei I I \\ lineal mv hand and official aeal at Wltnem mv.. hand and nrrirlal aeal You are required to appear on I I I 1I I
&pek Church wish them a nt Ktarko. Florida, thla March llth Htarkr. Florida thin March 90, !Mav 11 1950. Iti the above named'
( enjoyed a weiner speedy recovery I IIO.. I9ROOFFICIAL Court and cauae, wherein plaintiff I Iaeeke
L invited to attend roast Friday night of last week Pete Hicks went to Orlando on I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thoman, ( 'RKVL.. ) A J Thom.... annulment Itradfnrd County j
at the business I A. Clerk of aald Court. Clerk of nald Court. Teleirraph ahall. ptinllah Ihla order
| at 10 o'clock, church community center. There Monday afternoon. I Hy Haven Crosby, D. C. tly Haven Cronliy. n c. In next four weekly laatieaWltneaa Policy-to
dinner were about Mrs. A. E. a-17 A. Z. Ailklnn Jr. 107 E Union St.' .
J o'clock, the fifty present. McKinney and son. __ rtal-tenvllle, Fla.
served on the Mrs. C. C. Dees and Everett of Starke and Miss .-- Atty. for Plf N5tarke. Florida. thla March 11\1
be Mrs. Ber- Connie I i> CIHTI IT rotHT, HH 'U"'OAU S-SI 4t 411iv fit
Ion, and a big ElUteI' tie Beech of Branford visited Mr Knight of Keystone attended l'OI''TF..Onll' )' ) IM t'HAN-' (OFFICIAL. SKA' I.) A J. Thomae, yoior
flAfVf naa 'KRV.Clyde nun IT f 01 NT HR 'i>Fonn Aa clerk of aald Court.Jty '
terwards at Dedan Mr"1" ; W. Barry Sat "-0ay: at New }lope Bsptlst I "Befton' Walker. Plaintiff "... ('OI"T", KI..41HII> t| | < C'N'N.' Haven Croahy.. 11 C.
Jy morning. X. Browning and Mrs. Church Sunday, Iiorothv Walker, Oefendunt. CaaeNo CKII1.Rleonor'. T. Frank I.andrunt.. Htarke' Fla.Atty. Personal Need
7RUI. lleven tltmie I'lnlntlff. for Plf.
attend Edgar \ v" 3-U 4t 421II
Ia invited to Gllsson of Starke visited ORDER OP PPTlt.lr'ATlOV IrvlnaMnrrla: Home. Hefxndant.
|l at 10 o'clock and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry Wed- ANI NOTICK TO APPKAR Caae No. 7RI8.O""F.1t CIIICI IT CO HT. BII 'I>FO"!> Charley) E. John
HTATK OP FLOHIPA to: Dorothy OF ri'TII.ICATIOX Cni'MTl.' Pl.OHIIItl l < 111"-
k at 11 o'clock Easter PINE Walker whoae reatdenre and adtlreaa 'ANl> NOTICK TO APPKAIt < KHV.Robert .
Ing at tho Baptist Mrs. Lottie Edwards and LEVEL la: ITnknown. MoTtio. :: .Ih Irvine M Hart Plaintiff. va. Agency
Mrs. rci..n'
DeWitt You are required to appear onMnv e !Myrtle Frelila Hart, KefelidantCa .
Padgett were In Gaines By Mm. H. M. McRae : lat. 1950 In the above namedCiiurt addr..... I..: 8S01 ..nlnor A".nu., .e No 78011ORHKR. Phone IS 8TAKKR, FLA.lepreMfttlna .
IMFS. Donald'Martin ville Monday afternoon. and rauae, wherein plaintiff Ath.ntlc ('lfy. S.... J..y. OF VrntffATIOVANI ON-THE-MINIT SERVICE
Hetka divorce and award of maintenance You ar.. r""lre" to ..""e.r on 1I111Y > NOTICK Tl> APPKAKSTATR :
Winter Haven this Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey The Master's for minor rhlld. ITadfordCountv ht. UGO Ih th.. ..h",," nalne.1 ("...lIrtIInd OF FLORIDA t(.: MyrtleFrelda
and Clyde Cone enjoyed family of Jack : Telegraph ahnll ptibllah thla "..U e. ", hllr..ln phlntift ....ek.dl".r. Hart. w hoae residence' and PHONE .:
a fish- sonville came to Pine Level 1 Orrlfr In next four weekly laauea.. ... IIr..lford ("ounty T..I..rllph.hall addreaa' la Unknown .
U V V Hazen andLrke I Ing trip to Earl ton Lake Satur church Baptlct 1 Wltneaa mv hand and official aealI "uhlf..h. I hi. l.rd..r In n.xt tour Yon are required to appear on Day 64 Night I .. ...
at tended, church' Sunday night with a great;I I at Mtarke, Florida, thla March S9lh weekly IttHUeH.Vltneii April 14th. ]t M> ul..n. the above named THt TrlAVCLCna.. Haettor*
day.Mr.. message In gospel songs. There 11(110 \ > niv hand l and nfflclnt.. Menlat Court and .; wherein plaintiff ..
T and visited rela \ and Mrs. G. W. Ralborn were between (OFFICIAL PKAL) A J Thomaa. Htarki Florlila. 'thin March 24th. aeeka divorce" ltra.tfnrd (Coun ----.-- -A
eight hundred and'I -
t\ve.1 were in Jacksonville
on business a thousand
l-s. Wednesday people present to en
Jack joy the
|re supper guest ofN Mr. and Mrs. George Adams
of Mrs. A.
F. Hall and
C Mott Satur- Milton visited Mr. and Mrs C Jacksonville of From ,
were start
S. Kelley last week. here Saturday.Mr. vlsltjng. ,| relatives

llra. J W. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Resale Carlton and Mrs. W. C. Conner and .
and Mrs.
Wayne and Gwinn Mattie Sowell
were in
daughter. Even and Mrs. I
|nd Mrs. W. T. Cros- Gainesville last Saturday. Lewis were
visiting Mr and Mrs.
Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes of Alvin Jackson in Jacksonville

Mott visited her Hawthorne visited Mr. and Mrs Sunday. I] A touch of the starter button commands more .

\. U Crosby, Sr., at Cent Earl Stokes Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman : get-up-and-go than any other in its field. For '1'

( Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Stokes of Starke visited of Hellbronn Springs ,; ; -
Lucian Stokes last were viHlt- only the 50 Ford in its field offers you a 100- ;
Saturday night weekend. ing Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McRae '
trell Layfield and Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Lewis of Sunday night horsepower V-8-an engine so quiet you can ,.,.;'-": f

Vlci of Gainesville Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. :Misses Hazel and Vonnie Crawford hardly hear it. and so thrifty you'll have to ,

j of their grandpa Pitt Baxter Sunday.Mr. of Hellbronn were dinner own a Ford to believe it. I ... .:

ll I Mrs. N. C. Mott, and Mrs. L. A. Brown visit guests of Misses Gwendolyn and

ed relatives of Branford Sunday Sherley McRae Sunday

In. J R Matt visit- afternoon.Mr. Mr 'and Mrs. Robert Taylor and i

|itlier Toe E. Perry- and Mrs. J. r>. Shaw and children Charlene and Robert of

n.ind. and her moth- sons. Albert and Lrland <5f LaCrosse Olustee were visiting Mrs Tay

V,k Ferryman of visited Mr. and Mrs. Rufus lor's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H MMcRae

Allen Sunday. last Sunday.
Hiich Rahn and ., and Mrs Ovid Lewis and 1! Mrs. Sue Myrlck has returned finish

Raiford. Mr. and two daughters, and Mrs. Annie to her home at Lake Geneva after To
Lewis of 'spending a few weeks here with
Jitt! and children ofMr. I Starke attended ser I
| and Mrs. Elton vices at New Hope Baptist her son and daughter-in-law )fl'.

Bilidren, of .>Voruhin0Vlslted church .and were 'dinner guests-j 'and Mrs. Robert Myrlck. -
', Mr. and Mrs. J. W McRae and I
their mother, of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sun-
atott, Sunday I day. i I'Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae
visitors we-rt.//
Jacksonville\ hur
prs. M. L. Tilghman A Urge crowd of people from From its sparkling baked-on colors that are

"built to live outdoors" to its 13-ways-

stronger "Lifeguard" Body, quality feature

after feature have been built into the '50 Ford

features that make Ford the onefint car in
CLAUDEPEPPER the low-price field.FORD.

gives you

IK IN STARKE THURSDAY APR. 13 8 P.M. Take the wheel of a'50 Ford at your FordDealer's. .

Listen for yourself to Ford's sound'

conditioned quiet. Feel the comfort of Ford's

:"Mid Ship" Ride See Ford's "Fashion Car"

styling-now more beautiful than ever. You'll

realize that nowhere else can so little money

buy so much car.



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Message to .


Bl II( ,,,|ln....... BK, 1'lon"7. the .*pelal IntereM. of ( ..r Stale -ml from out"Ile of

''rtls! are !Un.. ilon'l want a Senator "ho
np to Jtf'tb..r NRhlJng you and m-. They
fearhiia friend of the people.

They think they ran buy your Senior Henat..r'f" "eat.Thy .

., ha,e fought. m Mn t'.ry There's i in future
,,,,IJh. mht iu.,_v 'n. They foujfllt Trumai" Thry a .@ your

done for you. They _: ...wlth a future built in
ITI'e y didn't want the Government to d.> what It ha.. aJrea-ly .:::

,e.. tak" away.. from you the benefit* you haA,. They ..tan.1 aK..Jn"' pro<<
prosperity. and agalnitt pe"re. I

1': I- the 8IUne old crowd. 'Tbe.y don't believe In real ,lemry. Thry don't beIn -

a Goyernmrnt o< the people' for the people and by the people.Thlt .

|I.. YOUr ,lgM r.- more h-a mMi| ,,,,? ,III another battle io the people's I.Hig ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

u!flrl"! for a better life. '

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l *t n mvrep'on>> to another great victory for the people and drmocracyYour .. 1

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I i'APR 7 1U50

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Elks InstallationIs Junior Club Honors Musical Concerts I Baptist WMS Circles I I prayer Delicious by Mrs.fresh R. A.strawberrieswith Thomas Mrs. Turner Honor J

Brilliant Event New MembersAt Will Be Pre.....nted Met Here TuesdayThe cream and individual cakesIn At Weiner Roast '

.. the shape of Easter eggs were
,," _. \ Of Tuesday NightThe Dinner Party 'n Gainesville circles of the Baptist served by the hostesses. The next regular meeGrg,

._ Women's Missionary Society held The next meeting will be held the Starke Musicale will be .
Benevolent and Protective A delightful supper was held The Gainesville Music SocietyIn their regular program and social at the home of Mrs. H. L. Brown- on Monday evening, Apr) ,
Order of Elks Lodge No. 1820, Thursday evening, March 30, at conjunction with the Lyceum meetings on Tuesday afternoon at lee on Cherry Street with Mrs. 8 o'clock In the Methodist IT"
with the Woman's Club building honorIng Council of the University of Florida tion .
Instituted Impressive
.... was 3:30: o'clock.The J. E. Futch as cohostess.The Building.Dr.
ceremonies In the USO building the members who have Joined will present a series often con- Ida Darby circle met at Lorena Epperson circle met A. A. Beecher of the "
Residence June Caldwell Office here Tuesday evening. the Junior Woman's Club tills certs in the New University Gym- the home of Mrs. J. E. Sapp with at the home of Mrs. Jesse New- slty of Florida will be (t.i"
Ph. State Farm 45 Editor Phone 29 charter members of nasium In Gainesville between this preJont
Fifty-two past year. Mrs. M. M. Morgan as co-hostess. some with 15 members present. meeting.The
z, .. ...I the local lodge were Initiatedand Each new member ,was presented October 1950 and April 1951, threeof Decorations of Amaryllis lilies with change In the ,
The was
meeting ume
officer. Installed In ceremonies with a sweet pea corsage the concerts to be announced added to the charm of the living 01'
Meeting Starke MusicaleTo conducted by the Gainesville and name card at the door.A before April 10, 1950 room. prayer by Mrs. F. B. Beard who meeting was made to avoid ?
IW.C.T.U. filet with
devotional from the B. H. S
of entertainment will then gave the Bandy
delicious spaghetti was The types \
Elks Lodge, sponsoring organization supper
The meeting opened with
Held At TabernacleThe Meet April 1 17 of the new club here. served from a buffet table centered ,be varied so that everyone will Mrs. H. I* Brownlee. prayerby Mrs Matthew 9. cert which, will te held on ApIU

The following officers were In. with a lovely arrangement of have a chance to ice and hear I... G. Powell the devotional Mrs. B. T. Thomas, circle leader
regular meeting: of the W Mr. and Mrs. Rob Shaller entertained sweet In low that which they enjoy. Among gave the business session. BPW Will
stnlled: Charley E. Johns, Exalt. larkspur and peas a from Matthew 1319.: presided during Entertain
C. T. U. was held last Friday at their home laat Friday artistic will be .
these performances
ed Ruler; T. Frank Landrum,
The "ChristIs
topic was
March 31, In the chapel evening with a weiner roastin bowl.Mrs. program Club
renowned ,
world singers planl.ts.a
Ward membership
Leading Knight; Harry E. Tuck. Roy Counting'on Me." Those tak- The meeting was closed with
annex of the Gospel TabernacleThe honor of Mr. Shaller'a sister, er, Loyal Knight; T. H. McNeil, chairman Introduced the followingnew symphony orchestra and, it Is Mrs. L. D. Daniels, and Members
devotional was led by MriJ. Mrs. Roy Turner, who left Starke ing part on the program :were prayer by of the Starke BL
Lecturing Knight; A. J. Thomas, members: Mrs. R. G. Pater- hoped a ballet. Mrs. Roy Ward Mrs W. L. Andrews the hostess served delicious refreshments ness &- Professional
Thornquest. v I c e-president. Sunday for Tampa, where she will Jr., Secretary; Phil Vitsky, eon Mrs. Ned Yancey, Mrs M. G. Season tickets for adults will be ,[ and Mrs. L. G. Powell. to the members pres Club will be hosts to \von.
:Minutes and treasurer's rt'portw.re make her home. Treasurer; J. R. Wainwright Inner McMillan, Mrs. N. B. Rosier, Mr. $6.15. Single admissions will be will be tonia the G,
and filed. in the Mrs. Roy Ward, circle leader. ent. The next meeting N. C., baseball club
read approved Welnera were enjoyed Guard Dr. A. Y. O. J. Edwards, Jr., Mrs. William $t.M person concert. Student's sea It
; presided over the business meet- held at the home of Mrs. M. F. dinner Wednesday
A letter was read from Mr. Nellie yard with potato salad, slaw and Mrs. A. E. Futch, Mra.Herbert tickets will sell for $3.08, with I night
that Tiler; Larry Gibson, Pianist; Scruggs j ing. Minutes were read and filed Hazen. :12, In Avery Inn. A prognJjntertalnment
of Gainesville stating cold
Doig Brinks.Those Father Rastatter, Chaplain. Hogan, Mrs. J. R. Chas- single admission at $.75.
the district meeting!' ; would t>. held enjoying this affair were and various other reports were will follow) the ,
drive will begin e
Installed Trustees were: J. teen, Jr., Miss Sharon Hall, Mrs. The membership -
as Have Exeter: dinner at
Archer Thursday April 20 Mrs. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Sheller I I your nero The Gastonia Browrj.
In on
B. Alexander, J. P. Roberts, Steve Henry Godwin, Miss Betty Ann on April 10 and close April given.The
closed with I Keystone Inn. now In
meeting was spring
beginning at 10 a.m. Plans were Mr. and Mrs W. E. TlUey, Mr. training m 9y
Slmmtins, Pete Brinson'and H. C. Flynn and Miss Melba Stringfel- 15. It Is hoped that many peopleIn I
made for several delegates from and Mr. Charles Shepherd: Mr.' Bradford County will take ad- ----

the-local Union to attend. and Mrs. Nelson Jones, Dewey Wall.Events of the evening began low.A short business meeting was vantage of this opportunity to / i

,.At the reque.t from the president Taylor, Mr. Nelma Keen, Miss with a dinner served In the USO held following the supper, with hear the best In music by securing -
a mftment of silence was observed Theda Bradon, Donald Ray Tilley, at 6 o'clock to the more than 200 Mrs H. H. Adams presiding. A season tickets for the Gaines
In memory of Mrs. Eunice Hebb, and Miss Carol Gunter guests in attendance. Among letter of resignation wa read ville Music Society and Lyceum .

former state president, who recently the prominent visiting officials from Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlghr; treasurer Council Concerts '

passed away in 'Bartow.At Wesleyan Guild were State President M. A, Rosin, and Mrs. Adams appointed I Those wishing to purchase season :

the conclusion of the meeting Met Monday NightThe Past President Bob Bohan, and Mrs. Vernon Silcox to fill the : tickets should contact Mrs. (iAi'rii.iiiii\
delicious refreshments were served District Deputy J. T. Lowe. unexplred term. ,'U. A. Canova. Mrs. Hollls Knightor )

by the hostesses. During the fellowship Wesleyan Guild of the The festivities of the eveningwere It was announced that the state Mrs E. K. Perryman, committee ?
Elizabeth Sher- Woman's Club convention will beheld In charge of sale of tickets.
period Methodist Church ''met on Mon concluded with a dance be- I .
man of Wisconsin told of the W. day evening in the educational ginning at 10 o'clock In the USO April 25 through 27 In Tampa, \ :: : :
C. T. U. In her home town. building with fifteen members Auditorium which was beautiful! and anyone Interested in attending Methodist Circles
The April meeting will be held present.In decorated with the BPOE color., should contact Mrs Adams For foods that look good taate gsexland are good to your budp.
at the home of Mrs. Mable Mer- the business session a nominating purple and 'white. Music was Plans were made for a tea to be Met Monday'The turn to A&P. You'll find scores of fine fomln, all at A&P'a montj-ur.

cereau. committee was appointedand furnished by a University' of held In May honoring the senior circles of the Women's Society lag "Low Price Every Day" policy. Every Item le l price-marked, tin,

plans were made to collect Florida orchestra. girls of Bradford high school with of Christian Service of the 1 enabling you to easily check your purchases against your each rely,
rummage In an effort to aid a Visiting members and their Mrs. Guy Sale, social chairman, Methodist church held their regular d'b c k ( receipt.MR.
negro church. wives were also given an' opportunity In charge.
EASTER SPECIALFri. Chapters In the study course, to Inspect the Elks' Club Three new members were voted program afternoon and social at 3 meetings o'clock. ,.,---- 6,

., Sat., & Mon. ONLY! "Women of the Bible," were given home here; which was open for Into the club: Miss Annette Simpson on Circle Monday one met at the home of Pee AGE.AU'S'
Mrs. Natalie Reid and Mrs.Sara <
by Mrs. Titus Olson and Miss the -occasion. Mrs. Bertha Pearce on Madison /tel. _
Audrey Newman. The ladles of the local lodge I
Street with Mrs. E. K. Perryman f
voted that
It was the club discontinue
First Quality Ladies Miss Madge Mlddleton hostess had charge of arrangements for its meetings during the as co-hostess. Baskets of spring ANN PAGE Tomato SULTANA Tasty Prune

for' the evening, served delightful the dinner and dance. months of June, July and August. flowers were used in decorating.The Soup 3 for 25c Plums 19c;

NYLON HOSE refreshments. Hostesses for the evening were meeting was opened with

Have your Easter: dinner at Mrs. W. M. Lawhorn Mrs. D. L. Thomas, Mrs. M. E. prayer by Mrs. J. R. Hill, who b ANN PAGE: Elbow: IONA Yellow ClinICMacaroni

Keystone Inn. Honoree At Dinner Land. Mrs. Jim Ritch. Miss Lillian then led the devotional. 9c '
Peaches 2'/z can.1 I.19NUTLKY
Stump, Mrs. Merry Beth Smith, Mrs. Pearce, circle leader, presided WIIITEHOUSE no.

a Russell Green entertained at hi. Mrs Richard Ray and Mrs. Don during the short business Page Crabapple Colored Qtro.

1 1'l35 1I 1I home In Brooker last Sunday witha ,Page. session. EVAPaANN .
Mra. introduced Miss
Perryman .
OLEO lb. -331
1 dinner In honor of his mother, Following the meeting members -
Mrs. W. M. Lawhorn whose 80th enjoyed playing canasta and Clara J. Leaman; a missionaryto
F .BII birthday anniversary was March bridge.Woman's. India, who gave a most Interesting MILK ANN PAGE Pork and PICKLE PATCH Sweet !\lIs"d

STARKE FL-:. 30, and her husband, Rev. W. M. of talk India.on the lives and customs Beans 2 for 19c Pickles 25J

Lawhorn whose 73th! birthday anniversary -
The meeting was closed with tall Cans 34c
3 ANN PAGE Zesty Child _
i will be onMay 5. LIPTONS Re Cream !Mu
Fri., Sat., ''April 7 H 8 Met Monday NightThe prayer by Mrs. Titus Olson.
Before dinner, which was servedon Sauce 17c .
DOUBLE FEATURE: Delicious refreshments were Frostee 1 13<
Pride Of a huge outdoor table, "Happy St. Mark' Woman's Aux- served to the twelve members and OUR OWN BLEND
Birthday" was sung to the honored ANN PAGE Small Stuffed LIPTONS Vegetable-Tornio
iliary held its regular monthly two visitors present by the host

The guests. meeting Monday evening at the esses. TEA Olives -' 23c Soup Mix 331
Bowery Brief comments pertaining to parish house. The meeting was

this occasion were given by Rev !opened by Mrs Edward Burns, In Circle two (convened' the PAGE Creamy Peanut LITTLE DARLINU Gnt-n

I Leo Gorcey<< Bobby Jordan and Mrs. Lawhorn, Rev. Truby I the absence of the directress, Mrs. home of Mrs. L. A. Davis on West BAGSNN 39c Limas
ANDPioneers Parrlsh of Santa Fe and J. H. Mattie Gahagan, with devotional Madison Street. The rooms where 2Si

Of TheFRONTIER Green followed by the Lord's Prayer. the members assembled were 64 f for 45c
During the afternoon several Mrs. Burns presided during the made more attractive with ,

hymn were sung with Mrs, J. H. business meeting. The minutes amaryllis and red roses
I McCormick accompanying at the of the last meeting!' were read and Mrs. L. D. Green circle leader, Pure Vegetable

With Bill Elliott piano. treasurer's ,report given. presided over the business session Shortening

Alms Short A Serial Among those present were nine The date for the annual silver and May 5 was set as the
; I of Mrs. Lawhorn' twelve children tea: was changed from April 13 to date for a hat party The pro- 1 LB. CAN Sunnyfleld or Swifts Peanut

Sun., Mon., Tu_, Apr. ft11SUNDOWNERS and many other friends and relatives. Thursday, May 4. eads will go to the church build- eXI Smoked, Tender Skinned sl ,
i Plans were made for a baked Ing fund. 25c
food sale to be held on Saturday. The program consisted of a
April 15, at 10 a.m. in front of playlet entitled "The Circle HAMS i. +

In Technicolor. with Roht. Fron i Tourist Club Bradford Hardware Co. Meeting." Participating were 3 lb. .Can 69c

iI ton. Chill Wllll Enjoys Card Party The Woman's Auxiliary of the Mrs. I. P, Shepherd Mrs. W. E.

I .'111" News & "In the 04>"U'. Episcopal Church will hold a district Middleton Mrs. H. C. Ritch Mrs. Lb.

IGoace Dog. ..,g..." Short Members of the Starke Tourist meeting in St. Augustine on Maude Fields and Mrs. L. D. NORTHERNTOW1sELS
99C Club enjoyed a delightful progressive April 20 beginning at 9 a.m. Mrs. Green. Mrs. Florence Wood had

1JJf'PSIIU'1l ".e..., Thiir, Apr. 12, IS card party Thursday even- O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Ben Row- charge of the devotional. The

DOUBLE FEATCRK: -' Ing of last week in the club rooms land were appointed delegates, meeting. was closed with prayer READY-TO-EAT to 6
of St. Edward's recreation build- Mrs Lemuel Colson and biro Stan. by.Mra. J. H. Ritch. Pound Average

8-11 Scarlet Street Ing. Icy Noegel as codelegates.A I _Mrs. Davis served delicious Cooked
During the evening bridge, covered dish supper was planned -i j I strawberry Ice cream and cake to Picnics, lb. 37c

Eilw.: O. Robinson Joan Ben rummy and Chinese checkers: were for the members of the church 14 ,members and two, visitors.
ncR enjoyed. A number of prizes and their families on Thursday, CCLDSTKEASI PINK QUICK FROZEN Fully Dressed
AND were given. April 27, at 7:30: p.m. at the residence Circle three was' entertained at

ROBBINSTHE Colored Easter eggs were givenas of Mrs O. L. Beasley. the home of Mrs C. H Quick on SALMONFlats25c Grade A Ducks lb. 59c

Fargo PhantomWith favors and delicious' refreshments Following the business meeting Washington Street. Mrs. Herbert ,
were served by the host refreshments were served by Mrs. Deal served as cohostess.Mrs. .
Tex WIlliam. esses. O. L. Beasley I J. R. Wainwright leader, DRESSED and DRAWNGrade .
STORE OF VALUES presided over the business meet-
Plus Latest New Have your Banter dinner at Miss Demorest Ing and led In the discussion of Sunnybrook Selected A Hens lb. 57c

i Keystone Inn. the Bible study course. Mrs. Deal ,
Heads SororityFriends the "Legend of the
gave Dog- EGGS(;
I,' of- Miss Ona Demorest wood" and concluded with her DRESSED and DRAWNGrade

CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S Florida sophomore In Gainesville at the University, will be interested of- Down negro thoughts To dialect Sleep of "poem Uncle which Mose"Lay depictedthe Me on 49 doz. A Fryers, lb. 63c

to learn that she has
been elected president of Zeta Easter day.
/ r 3 The tea table was overlaid witha
Vr -EEKK.O: Tau Alpha sorority on that camIUS. -
X ( Shoppers' Special cloth of lace and had as its cen- Wit C VEGETAILES JEASTER CANDIESWORTIIMORE t 'OVEN-FRESH m/HS/ ;;
t terpiece an of mixed
) Miss Demorest was also selected arrangement ,
STUFFED spring flowers In pastel colors WeMernVlnenap
/ to serve as a member of the Asst. JANE PARKER
'fit TOMATO reviewing stand for the University flanked on either side with 3 lb. 39c
tall lavendar
ROTC at a special reviewreceding tapers In crystal APPLES
t ,
l /1 SALADcos the recent Military Ball holders. The Easter motif was
carried out In the refreshments. EASTER
.' Dress Review, Her picture, along -
I with the Mrs. Qucick presided at the punch Cauliflower, lb. 15c EGG i-
+ Choice Tuna or ('blekt'llI presidents of various 1 lb.19c
I other
campus organizations, bowl.At
Salad. Served with Irttuce
the conclusion 46's 2 stalks 13c360's
of the social Celery
appeared In a recent issue of "The BOY
c pickle t-Mpt, dellil hour a style show was presentedfor CAKES 43c
Alligator, student publication. v : Fresh OF 6
j e.l egg. the enjoyment of the guests.To .
J I J JI Rylev Stationery, printed with the music of "Easter Parade," Coconut Cream -- 7.
I name and addreM. Hollywood the latest fashions in hats were!' Lemons doz.39c JANE f PARKER'S Tatty
Camera & Gift shown. Mra. Deal EGGS29c 3
Shop new location described each Jelly l Roll _
NUNNALLY'S CANDIES opposite Florida Theatre .hat in detail as the model appeared. Iceberg
I The models Food
Attu-l were Mrll. J. M. WORTIIMORE\ Choc. JANE PARKER: Angi-l<
:Hembree, Mr. Gilbert Newcomb, LETTUCE9'2c
$1.00 l Mrs. Herbert Hogan Mrs. Jack :MARSHMALLOWEGGS Bar Cake -3*
> to $4.00
I McComb, ,Mrs. Marcus Rape and Fresh Green In 10 oz. cello bag
5 FOR EASTER Mrs. Morgan Richard. 18cWORTIIMORE J.XIRKIR: : fcugared

There were seventeen Kale orSpinach --l9c -19c
gw- | members Donuts '
EASTER PLUSH TOYS On thus day of special. algnincanre < present at the meeting.Voman's -
send your onl ra to US
Chocolate : Home Style
a CreamUR'EL
where they will receive prompt Tex.: Vel.ONIONS.

$3.25 personal service and uDt"t>mpro- \ Club 3 Ib. 15c DROPS Bread 1&
$1.19jp 29c
,1.oInll: quality.ClarJean, To Elect OfficersThe : I'lIrVl'
prescription de Pa rt- ;:
Jt-- Starke Woman's Club will ORANGES lb. bag 39c WORTIIMORE: 'Jo:
Choc. it
.(lOur ift equipped at all Cosmetic Kits, Fine Per hold Its regular monthly meeting EASTER
next P. I I. YAMS 3 Ib.29c i
to fill your prescription Wednesday afternoon, April .
fumes, Powder, & Toilet 12 at. S:30 o'clock In the club RABBITSMARSHMALLOW.LAt'Eft:
i needs quicklyand building. JteeaJo; Brand In Cello Bag rJ
efficiently. Quality drugs at Water The annual election!' of officers v i mm --
.\ will highlight this meeting. POP CORN lb.19c 25c CAKE69c

minimum prices is our steadfast O After Shave Lotions Talc Hostesses will be Mrs. R. P.Stubbln. ,
G. J. McGrtff. Mrs.
policy. Gladys Harrington. Camay Soap BATH BAR tOe
Pen & Pencil Gift SetsCARPENTER'S Mri. Edward
Burns, Mrs Lewis Haines Mrs.
J. H. Hill Mrs J. R. RIB Mrs. Ivory Soap PERSONAL BAR 5c )0

1 .1. George Roberts, Mrs. Bertha
Pearce. Mrs. R. J. Davie Mrs Ivory Soap red bar. 3 for 23c i
Hans Walker and Mrs Ann Guy.

The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled JJt I:. Call St. Phone Florist 198-W same Rytex:!and Stationery address- printed Hollywood with Ivory Soap large bar 2 for 25c ,.,

Camera. A Gift Shop acne. location Lava Soap large bar 2 for 25c 300 East Call Street
oppmlte Florida Theatre .
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APRIL 7. 19M _.. _
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Colson Guests Sunday of Mr were and Mr.Mrs R A. After spending several weeks'' 6 Mr. Glndy kept pretty good watch ,' that la one thing I don't like { Well guess this just about wind
i&iIu | J. B. Colson of Brooker Mrs. Turner here with left her sister,for Mrs Roy over Mr. Nagle's classes" for him gasslp.I j i ii I jup this little selection of words

i Easter cults at AHarc Store where She will Sunday make her Tampa home. n that la If Wanda let Mr. Glndy ,i; Hear Bobby Bhgs who has beenIn for this week Here's that
$19.05 thought for today always remember
up. 2t Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson alone my J goodness that girl the hospital 10 getting along "
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Jr., were dinner guests of Mr. Just flirts with all the student much better' now. Glad to bj!ar I "We live In deeds, not year

THE NEWS Tenly W. Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell in teachers" by the way how's Mr. It, Bobby. Sure am sorry Miss See you soon Jr. ,

e R. Walters and daughter Jacksonville last Friday. Wallace getting along Wanda ? Dyers has a bad foot sure has. i carolyn

Clair and of Reidsvllle, Ga. and Mr, Rytex: Stationery, printed with Clayton sure did look cute In j n't kept her from working though. I

B. F Hitchcock Cuet'ts! of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. sonville.Mrs. C. H. Walters of Jack name and rtdr_ Hollywood CAROLYN Jr. that straw hat he was wearing i Need to get little Linda Chapman I I 1

and Mrs Mich. were gueata Hazen last weekend were Mrs. Also visiting them last Camera & Gift Shop, new location Tuesday afternoon when he was to sing"Here Comes Peter Cotton .
aZOO J. T. Quigley Hazen's brother-in-law and slater weekend were Mr. Tenly'a mother. opposite Florida Theatre helping decorate for the Elks Club tall" for them hear she can I
Mrs Mrs. W.
and week Mr. HitchesTdentof Mr. and Mrs O. A. Barbour and D. G. Evans H. Tenly and sister. Mrs. Friends will regret to hear that Everyone getting: ready for shindig that night. Vernon Crosby really sing It only doesn't thinkIt NEW .

y of Children' son, Richard, of Gainesville. Also and and sons. Sammie Bobby Biggs underwent an emergency summer again and what should was helping too and as you can makes much sense. j

work In Michigan. visiting the Hazens during: last Jerry all of Gainesville operation for appendicitis happen but Wednesday It turned i Imagine that almost stopped all Hear there was quite a calamity'''

roup Barefoot spent week was O. W. Hazen of Brooker. Big Fire Sale NOW at Strong'. In Shadycrest Hospital last Ftl- cold again and the bathing beauties the girls from working > course around north Temple Avenue

Sarah week Mrs. Richard Thede and son. Half off: day. He is convalescing nicely.11 will have to stay out of sight who could blame them ? What's Tuesday night when someone ran

y oo'ngand' visiting Rlchy and Mrs Bryant S. Carol Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Salnno and Mr. and Mrs E. A. Routen" anddaughters | |for 8 little longer. I guess It's all this about Dan riding around into a telephone pole and did

Rvlle' 8h0 of Jacksonville) were guests of daughter. Sandra and Miss Ida I of Tallahassee were all right though because it.s too with somebody need you something to the light circuit. \ LOW

call Mrs F. H. Long Tuesday.Far Sweat spent Wednesday of last guests of' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gra- early for you voung things to be worry, Suzie Anyway, all the lights In that part

the fln..t i it I" flower ring to match that Easier week In St. Petersburg visiting ham last weekend. swimming/ anyhow take my Are all you gals ready for the of town were off for awhile, the
lean Florist. friends and relatives. I Graduation gifts at Strong's one- advice ''and Easter Parade ? I'm
('Iar- outfit at don't catch pneumonia all set and Elks Club folks didn't have any

I and Albert s udrrrenchere Gift f Shot Hollywood,. New location Camera: Opposite and Mrs. Edmond Tenly was In Winter I half price: the first thing this year bet I'll be the belle of the paradein lights, the BHS game with Branford -
L !' Fla. Theatre. Haven attending the W. M. U. John Anderson of Daytona Beach Love seems to be In the air as my red and yellow dress You was stopped for a while and
Blends and attending to convention Tuesday through spent the weekend here visitinghis \ usual everyone says that they know the old saying "Red and Yel. the practices for the program "It'sa RPRICE/
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Thursday. parents Mr. and Mrs. A. W. don't have any appetite, can't do low catch a fellow" well I'm tryIng Date" were cancelled for a bit.
strongverythlnc McKinney Sunday were Mr. and For E a II t e r-frewh flouert, Anderson. Sr. 11 their' school work and feel drowsy i It as my last resort. If Uildoesn't ill Oh well such things will happen !

with off: Mrs. R. E. Hazen of Brooker. rioter arrangt'mentN. 1* o 11 e d Mrs Eva Pike and Ben Johnsonof all the time. Never could understand I work I'll have to get a parrot me, I like the dark better anyway -I

Mra. P M. Barefoot Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sullivan! spent plant beautifully dworati1 Clar- Jacksonville were guests of why love affected people like for company, the only thing so it wouldn't have made FOR NEW /

and 9ofMr. and Mrs. W. the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jean Flnrlnt.Those Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr.,| |that .d be so excited that I'd about that Is that I hear parrots much difference where I was concerned ,

of Sanderson Sunday. Earl George In Lakeland. They attending\ The Woodmen Sunday. feel twice as good as usual gossip a lot and as you all know '
loot of Mr and Mrs. Edmond were accompauled by Mrs. Ida of the World district conference In Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Iris bought herself a brand new RCA VICTOR r

s Thursday were Rev. George who remained in Lakeland Live Oak Thursday of last week Sale over the weekend were Mr.|]pair of hoots and a cowboy shirt

last Hugh H. Walters and for several weeks visit with Mr. were Mrs. W. L. Andrews Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Sale of Gainesville. and! hn* now renamed herself. "Tall EYE WITNESS TELEVISION

1. Julia Ann of White and Mrs. George. Clyde Tomlinson Mrs. E. J. Dow- Hate your Easter dinner at Timber Tessle" Hot Rod Happy

r. Guests this week of Miss Annie ,ling, Jr., Miss Helen Adkins Miss Keystone Inn. better get on the ball before all SEE KOCH'SPotted

milt at Alvarer Saunders and family are Mrs. I Betty Dyal. Mrs. Virgie Barksdale. Misses June and Dorothy Patel these Starke boys decide that they
of, Stole Mildred Latham and daughter, Mrs. Eula Conner. Mrs. Mae Green, and Miss Geraldine Brown spent 11 like her outfit.. It I had a cowboy ONLY 16995 '

ter.nd Mrs. L. Funderburk Vivian, of Philadelphia Pa. Mrs J. E. Chambers and Mrs. Thursday of last week in Jackson- outfit I'd go out to Texas and find Lilies

Mr. Funderburk's Complete photographic wrvlrr. Fronie Crews. Local members ville. 11 me a cute little cowboy one
of : "
upsts PI.. I." rrdrml q'ss
and Mri. T. J. Funof Hollywood Camera A Gift Shop. serving as district officers were Suit, $19.91 tap at rlval'f'lISto" ]]like Genp Autry or Roy Rogers -
)Mr ,. Psrtnry-5e'si. .. : -
Zt ( 'r. a.-
Mrs ,
Brooksville last week.CLASSIFIED. New location Opposite Fla -The- W. L. Andrews, second vice hear they're plentiful .
< J. B. Mills\ daughter it y ANn 1
atre. president and Mrs. E. J. Dow- and ,Doro-- Wonder what Tom McClane Is ... t
,. thy, of Green Cove Springs | :;.
ling assistant attendant. spent |going to do when Ann Bunch

Diamond at St..nl. ('.. one-half Sunday here' visiting Mr. Mills'' moves to Halnes City? In case :
i I price! I wife who Is recuperating from an you need a shoulder to cry on Tom Hydrangeas r- /

! i Mrs Harley F. Strong who Is operation W. and Mr. and Mrs. H. remember I'm always here. Would 'r an
Mills. '
i confined to Shadycrest Hospital, sure like to know who this black
i Rylex Stationery with I Iname haired :
la recovering rapidly from In. I lover of Kathryn Colson's FOR T r
Machine and erldr. "" Hollywood I Is Who's
singer Se.-tn. RADIO RBP1IRBDI juries received the little gal that Lem
In fall last ,
t Terms are avallabl. in All Make. All M.d"III." l and friends a week Content & Gift Shop, new location uel likes? Sure would like to see 1 ,
vcllim Macbin.Co.only through., 402 N.Sln..r'I Mar- Reattfrnnble ...r.... .anurasteed. that she will will return be glad to hear apposite Florida Theatre. I this I.awtey girl that Edward Massey 1t EasterKoch's
to her home
:t Lake Oily, Fa Phone t'HAI. C. SHEPHERD i In Guests of Mr and Mrs. P. 11:. has in; his heart now .
Our8rvlr about two
r'1I. vlult our "hop tweet weeks. ,
> 0' MadUoa Nlerke. oPk. *:tt ) Sullivan last ,
.a car will visit I !May we sent! her a were Mr. Har Joan almost dlsruped
home upon requeat. ..tfBLE SELL YOUR TIMBERNOW PLANT for her garden. and Mrs. C. Sullivan of Theressa church Sunday night when she 1"-
8-rm. I and H. K. Mills of St. Augustine celved' a letter from that certain
For Rent Mod. FLOWERS! for her 'k
'fc range good pace neat- CORSAGE room or Guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. someone fast man don't you Are Headaarters For
ell Highest Cash Paid for her dress
,infant' yard child Adult It or ml.couple E. of; Prices lar-Jean Florlwt Cox this week were their broth- think' By the way when's Bar- I

li-ft-hand er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. bnra Simmon's fiance coming to
M t, bridge Mr*. C. C.'Wratf WILL. BUY IN BULK M. D. Carter of Lake Worth Russel Kitchen of Jersey City cliilm hU love? Bet she's. getting
OR IN UNIT arrived Saturday to upend two N. J.
sort (if lonesome but don't feel too .'
:AI4: renulne Indian. Formosalavender weeks visiting friends and rela- Watches at Nt rung's onehallpried bad honey, just think little 1 1M
well balled poor
rooledl tlves In Bradford
County. !
ha, II I (0 per o. In- EDWIN W. PECKOr me will never even get a marriage -
,11? 50 per hundred Belvedere or Asalea 25 for. John W. Turner Miss Joan Carpenter spent last Lewis Haines left Saturday to / proposal .
ins A Nurnery. Mrn. Pauline P. O. Box 463 weekend in Jacksonville visiting resume his studies qt\ Wake For We sure are proud of the base-
rolllnn, owner P. O. Pv xEarlinn Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch. rest. N. C., after spending last ball team did
or know
that -
Gainesville Fla. you
Fla. I ship plant ,
:! week here visiting his parents. wi heat Palatka ft-3 Friday? The l Ytf,tl.ti: moj.l It or the low*'f pric:* i

Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Halnen.Strong' ?. pitchers Jack Hazen and Jack ...r for RCA Victor Ey. WI IMM
YALE:: Building lot. Send me a post card and I
K' side of new Standing hi. will / for value Big fire Wainwright\ sure deserve a big UUvliionl Not only I It lh. price way
[IV,fret ml' E. of ALSO Call St.,6-ruom bridge come see you : Hale now going on. kiss what do you think Clara down but you're getting more for

(arm holm fnr 12000 cash; II.'RG'I'" I' l''F.O' R"DIOl.H"IUO.PIIOllOeR"PIt" Friends will regret to hear that and Joyce? Don't forget the rest your money'than ever before. 1
enlaced) yard., Rood lawn, : A ir1ri11 Jimmy Weldon son of Mr. and of the team though because you look at that lit* of features ba//fo_
J d W mild, near BlandlnKv
un .
[ Mrs c C Wynn Hi ml. PORT" I.. ". GnaniBtredt' : I Mrs. Steve Weldon underwent 11]know they were right there too. compare them item for Item wills I
|f itnrk' take left hand CHARLES C SHEPHERD tI ti t an emergency operation for | Cues Berber!
ap- Doyle In
Andrews p similar priced receiver town.
I i Cal' HI bridge. tf Court &" Madison Sta., Starke any
: ; I oendicltis Tuesday in Shadycrest; hits moved out and let Tommv We or. confident thai you'll want

,lnnhv-Al.E' Rtarkr 3 homes. See C. H It Hotel. Cafes. 1111.. Puantaai lSuppllen I Hospital. I Hamilton have the field with) RCA Victor for 01 you know mar
A" equipment. Large 0eleeitlon I Mrs. G. F. Odom and Dottie
i daughter Sue How does that suit
Low ,rk p.opl. buy RCA Victor Eye Witness j
prlreB. Q : .ervlee'l i iPhone
I Mrs. C.
MLE' bunnies. AJ"SO L.
worms fur finn bate. Carl 7911, Hni-iinr Hupplien. J> 'I Wine are spending this'I' you Ann or have you got other t.l.vlilon than any other make. 'j
tona Beach. 6t' Ballounh ltd week in Albany, Ga. with Mrs fiBhes in the
err, Hi ml, N. of flarkeid sPa now'h6's. ?
s Let ui thow RCA Victor's T I 00.
'I' I
(,: 1(11.( .In cement7 blackr.nppnat.t Odom's daughter Mrs. Walter \\ this you 1
IiaMnuji_M'".i Fill dirt vest' ....mu.. oyster>.aY-f ,Green Margaret Norman The cabinet U a beauty flniihed "
2tp4.71.11 landav..isg.. ,drive WilY ... h 1'111' been having) such a time with 1
Ovid Lew IK. care Sweet Jewelry it In maroon ACPARTIAL
half-price Strong lately? Glimpsed Clair Cox plur I
\ :' late model Court St., ftarks. | I
I Je "eler..
\\ !
,lard' typewriter like new $85 I Jimmy Gnsklns written someplacethe LIST OF FEATURES! :"

I Hfnrd trust Hid new.) flee It at ;NOTICE: SO days after date the Miss Ona Demorest student al other day what's It all Improved RCA Victor Ey. Wi....... PIIIWwSynchroniser .1'
\\1. L.Tnunty Hill Ph.Telegraph 2071 Keystone or nee undernlffned personal effect will of dtHpoae Allen nf all H. I the University of Florida In Gainesville ,i about? Better get an eraser an<* Automatic Multi-Channel f1'!,

L5 tf Schmidt which were loft with GETREADYFORBUG \ will spend Easter weekend| ('get busy If you want a lot nf wondering Station Selector' phonO'lack to plug i* '':'

|FR WANTED In Bradford Mar.the. unilernlirned.31,, 1950. (Signed Dated A. Ilarttnann. this- |1 here with Mr. and Mrs. R. F. I to stop, kldaSure A RCAVklori"43"r.cordcheng.rymePdi-:J
f'iy' 200 farm-home neceaeU 4t4-21 SEASON! :Demoredt. She will be accompan. had myself a good time leg Coniolette Situ (wlrh' or without"" '
I meiliclnea, vita mln.., lIuR'I''I''I'I.
spices led
by one of her at the
|i, DDT etc' Well knownv FOR SALE: '37 Ford tudor sedanS i, classmates Miss Gay Nineties Show Friday in antenna) at moderate one cod
|. county For particular good tire, new battery, good Frances Horne of Miami. night from the time the curtain y e .
Yitrt Oel the ONLY National I
Ranlelgh'M Dept. FAD-270- condition. Ham Iloaenborn. Wonderful
T Remphle| Tenn. 4tp 4-28 running. It I value at -Strong'sHalf went up until It closed frorr Service Television! ,
off. reoortu I've heard It doesn't seem
RI1T!: Fiirn apt. All newly EMPLOYMENT WANTED: Refined like I was the RCA up.'") 'Imtolt and oduit| your. ttt, ,(
raps Install screens, or replace your ,Ip..nt only one who
modern convcn- widow wishes housekeeper -
position O ,
". Mm F H. Long 403 N. or rare of Invalid or aired rusted or torn screens CARD OF THANKS aWe thought the show was one of the And For Easter Cards Bunnies Toys Bas provide( Itenderd "' where neceo
rot "t Slarke' Itp person Stark. or vicinity Kxpnrlcnced wish to express our appreciation best things we've ever had Ir *ary. guarantee the performance lorfull .
Drive car. St. AUKIIM- with our high quality copper or I y.er'sh.n you buyh.. RCA Victor j
'.\LF.Atrl.an' Potted vlol.ts plants and. an. tine rfferencen. Write Mrs. Hted screen wire. You owe It and to our friends for their aid 11 Starke. Bet all the grandmas tint kets, Favors, & Novelties ,._,.Servlco Contract.. Only..... yen. 'i'
hydrangeas Kathryn Youmana. 94 Cedar Ht. comfort through the illness grandpas In the audlanre. reallvdid
'r llll ., larkspur, poppies, 81. Augustine. Fla. 2ip -7 to your famllj'a health and comfort and death buy RCA Victor Television con y_ gel 'r1
-1 peas, roses, K. F. VOUHK. j of Edith Thomas Waters feel at home. I don't think It
'"'"yl lip I WANTEDReliable: white woman to In-xH't-proof your home. and her Infant Bon;' We want to would be quite fair to romnltmen EASTER GREETINGS TO YOU FROM IM- eap.n tenrko. ,;
for light house work &" rare of I
JE' Mr. Roy Turner la no 2 children aired IVt B. l.lve In. thank each and every one for the any certain members of the club :
|n.h'r .. ."', li".d with thin firm I I i mall ."I...ry. room A" board ("a II12.J See FIRST for high qual- I many kindnesses -The Family, because they all did a fine job.
t.rk" Dry Cleaners A or write Box 44. Htarke Itp us DRUG STORE ;
Indrr I Hear a right nice little Chas. C. 1
2t 4.14 profit wnI Shepherd
: FOR RENT: : Office space at 119 FCall ity low cost building sup- i Friendship Class I mad and the l latest topic of con
tiT liodroom hou"". White 8t' Approx. 1.000 a<|. feet C, have everything K 0 C H
hinle, plies we versa tlon In these Is
| modern In every I H. ;Manworthy Starke. It Has parts a party Haxllo "Heat Cover T-V
usv I/H-ated" 214' ml. N. on Jax from foundation blocks to Buffet SupperMembers '. will let you know more later
'noolte with
ehurph- N..w. FOR. HALE: Two S-rm. cabins I Prescription Specialists
Duyains' liP b lie..th. Must aarrlflce. i be moved price.from Mm. present W H roof paint. Ph. 45-W. of the Friendship class 'Glimpsed' all the Juniors down In I Starke, Fla.

WA'ITED: N..d 8n"bl.. ..,.- Smith Iii/ N. Walnut, Btarke. lip Hof,, the Presbyterian church enJoyed the auditorium I
Monday ordering
Munt he
I hnlt with knowledge of Jon WANTEH: by young man Little I a lovely covered dish supper their class rings for next yearn
hand "' "hllt| to Din.n' but wllllnc to "Thursday evening March 30. I
tine experience <* I -
I know "j
r'm..nt" nnxltlon with learn. Ttobert" Wehnter. % MmOi : want to Is who In the
M u", u.r '*"wi.ft S AnA..r.T ('. Wynn box Una, Klarke If the church Sunday school room.' world wants a class ring What ,::1
,*. ""' nil Prodnctn, Inc ; ;; I Supper was served buffet style I'm Interested In la the kind of i
Phone automaticwaiiher.
'nS aalneavllle FOR !SAKE': One Pemllx Starke Builders SuppliesAdacrnt !
>t. ItTION \-l "liapc. Barintln at.. ) I I from a long table' placed In the ring that men put on the fourth Check DENMARK'S This Week For Rat gains! Visit US! 1r
'15. Smith' flarage.. atarke It center of the and covered I. '
I room finger of the left hand that I
.1'Ik, WANTED Young lady to S. \. I.. Ry. lPp..tAPRiL ,
110."lon One saw" with a linen cloth. Is certificates I
All wales clerk LOST In or near Starke: providing a marriage
pllnnlpt" '
"'.".. C r pin Wynn III',. Boy V. MunA'JOd..: "mandrel.'""ency. If P. found O. Box notify it. !Slarke A h., "" Following supper a business i I Ime..tlng wIth| It. Seriously I do think Furniture of Distinctive; Beauty fur Your New Pattern of Living !;
tt Fla, lip was held presided over I j i that class rings are nice and BUS t., I
|I by Billy Jackson, class president: [ has a pretty one Were all
Routine business was transacted I woo little gals glad to see Jimmy

: There were about 25 member Black when he was here last weekend 3 BEDROOM SUITE $128

I present to enjoy this affair ? Bet Margaret Rose and pc. ..h
At Mary Rivers were. Hear Edna:

.I and Leonard Noegel are hone
Young Matrons for the Easter Holidays bet

SPECIALS$ TorodVMotor 1 I The Young Matrons Circle of the It sure. feels good to Mr. and ]Mrs. Square Mirror Vanity KejjularPrice" II

First Presbyterian Church willhold I :Qulgley to have the young folk 1 4
Its regular meeting on Thursday 'around' the houne again. a' I oj
Smart Chest
{' evening, April 13 at 7:30::, 0' Mr. Nagle's chemistry class] went .
visit. the SI-18.50 J
to Palatka Tuesday to
clock at the home of Mrs Billy
: Dowling at Kingsley Lake All 1 paper mill everyone that wentd I O Poster Bed I
IM UD nice
Tune members are urgedto attend and the trip reports a very Innerspring
visitors are always welcome. time, all except the smell. Guess Mattress:
50Carburetor I
AND r Your key to bedroom splendor: SAVE

If Beautiful beyond description!
Overhaul Just think-innerHpring maltreat Ixix spring' '

aY l TOBACCO GROWERSLet You would expect to pay much more for this suit r .f

(PARTS NOT 1NCLi'UE11)I) Walnut finl ,h.

I Us Write Your .

Small Down Payment No Carrying Charges! Box Spring! t


BrakeAdjustinents W7.5cr Do you need storage space? 'our problems will be over wills

Kef ore You Need It


Every Branch of Odora Closets ss:; $4.95 .,

Regular$7.9.1 Value!

4 t r, I A double door full tfngth. Never hrfore such a bargain.' Limited numtxr.Denmark p I

Torode Chevrolet CompanyPHONE C. WALL PHONE AGENCYPLEASE 146 .rte Furniture Go.

Service Over 50 Years -

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when--Alice- came over with Miss ey, and where It is going. a prayer was offered by Rev. married. It seems my family I* THE. Estate MATTER OF D. C. AEnLaw IN CIRCUIT FLORIDA roi'nr. JIlt 1'\1'opnr.
ROM and Oleeta Green, we Bald a a a Newton of Maxvllle. Another thinks I should know everything This Is to notify ALL WHOM IT t'NAr.;'

FARMER'SD we were digging not cultivating, Also read T. K. McClane.'s article song was .unganother prayer without being told. I do offer my MAY Morrow CONCERN, an Admlntufratrl that I, Abbla of Louise the Mary Thorn.tan. E,Wondharn.Woodham Piai, .11: ,t' rt
the spuds But by using two disc< In the paper about control of offered by Rev. R. R Durary of apologies to the Osteens for not Estate' of D. C. Klnlaw. deceased, Caa. No 7801. O'er"dstl
sweet corn, and we know Jacksonville and next was a duet learning the name of the young will on 1550<< apply to-tha
D I A R 'Y hitlers at a rapid rate we managedto worms In County ru"l.tI. :of Bradford Countyfor AND NOTICE TO APpFAj:
throw earth up on top of the what he says Is true, because we by four of the young people from man and promise to try to do Final Dlm-harra. a. said Ad- STATIC OF FLORIDA\ to
1,41 By Sam McGarvey beds were on the market platform last Maxvllle. Rev. Percey Knight better In the future. After all, mlnlatratrlx hrvlnB filed Final' Ra- E. Woodham, whoa. resldeny. Thump, "' .
turn on estate MAR Box
CC, Coeoaolo. "
( a a year. and heard the corn buyer delivered the morning sermon, a news correspondent can't always Abbl. Louise Morrow.Admlnlnlratrlx. Car Zon"

The author will be glad to re- Got a ride Into town with J. P. repeat time and time again that filling In for Rev. Waller. Percey be a mind reader! If you Tf: Aprll17th1950uIntheesbPpea. ;.:!
crlve Items of Intereat' concerning Wyrlck to the meeting of the they wanted and would Insist on delivered a wonderful sermon. have news you want In the paper, a.JT H 4-r tiff a Court seeks and divorce cause,, luppnr where plain

the activities of farmers In Bradford County Cattlemen's Association. worm-free corn. We are going to The offering :was taken just beforewe why not tell the one who writes NOTiCe for minor ohllil. attnrner', Tae, ,

Bradford County. Suggestion maybe / Enjoyed talking" Mr. spray and dust just as rec- went out for dinner. The cash It? TO Thla ALL, I la WHOM to certify IT MAY that CONCERN I'have! publish Bradford this County Order Tplraraii in nix,,, hill.t

left at the Telegraph office or Wyrlck and his womenfolk, who ommended. offering amounted to $3 6.00, Eugene Fields and son. Buddy, filed my Final' Accounts In the weekly/ issues four
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey, were going to a revival meeting, a a a We did not learn how much was are staying with Mom\ Strickland Estate of W. H. Andrews and will at Witness 8tarka my hand and oft, .'1
of IflSO. apply Florida
lAth ,
on the day April. thla Mar
Florida. very much. Visited Bud Carter with Jay pledged, but Sidney Harris told while Mrs. Fields ha.' returned to to the County Juda-a of Bradford 1960. h Hlh.
a a Eunice and saw Bud's tractor.It Mr. Strickland that the caeh and Virginia to take care of business County for Final DJ"rh..r.e aj Administrator (OFFICIAL" SEAL A. J "'
of the said Ectata. This 4.ms\"
[Received our A. A A. checks her back, by flinging her head During March produced 1419 Is really something the way I pledges amounted to $ OOO. While Harry Padgett and family Mar h'17'10 teee By Haven Crosby A. Clerk, D of e.start: 'Hurt

put week for our soil con- back. "Got to do aomethlni eggs, sold 105 1-2 dozen, with a more and more tractors are com ,We considered this a wonderful' were fishing Sunday his house De".ltt C. Jones H O. Brown Stark., Fla.
atlon practices on our farmS about her," we said. So we mixed net profir for the month of $14,25. ing Into the county, and we really Offering for a* small a crowd alI ,caught fire. One of his neighbors 3-17 4t 4-7 .. AdmlnlHtrator. Atty. for Plf. a. ,It t.,
e had planted''' several cover some Marlate with( water and gave' That amounts to about 50c a day believe that It won't be too long I I was present. After dinner we Herbert Padgett, saw the fire and

ops In fairly big fields and her a washing with it. Files ate for caring for a flock of about 79 before most of the farming around :,sembled in the church and rt'ae-j' went Into the house with his .' 0 _. _',0_ 0 _.,. AT-- w

ned them at what seemed like now gone. One treatment I I. chickens. .here will be done with tractors.a some more and heard boys and put the fire out. If Her '
hre expense at the time. Whenu supposed to last about three' a a a I a I sermon by Rev. Durary.. This ,bert and his family hadn't seen the PHONE 218 HOWARD'S"Jp1

| get a check from the govern- weeks. Without warning we had a light Cut up a little patch of land was a wonderful message. The fire Harry's house and all furnishings
>nt which defrays a large part a frost and it knocked our bean for a neighbor and saw as many prayers In the afternoon were led would have been burned. It COLONIAL

I the expense you are encouraged Berries are coming back strong) patch for a loop. About every snakes that day as we want to see by Rev. Newton, Lee Green and Is thought the fire started froma

continue the program and of now. The plants are bigger and other plant was affected, and the for a while again. No matter I Jim Godwin. Jim Strickland of spark from the chimney. FLORIST''
urse your farm and soil on Itefit. better than ever, loaded with big pretty picture mentioned earlier low we try every time we see course had to give the talk for the

Certainly we are going I blossoms and plenty of green was quite different when the one, even from up on the'tractor, MONEY. It seems he is the best That' Trick
lime more of our fields when fruit. We are now picking almost leaves turned brown and died. we. almost jump out of our skin beggar We have. Marines have a the \- '
coat amounts to only a few as many aa we did before However, we were not too badly a Besides the people from Max. FLOWER.SFOR
hare an acre. And we plan the frost got them and think thatIt hurt, as our 'corn was touched Visited J. S. Eunice' farm to vUle and Highland, present were Washington Navy Yard (now
known as Naval Gun
plant early hairy indigo and won't be long before we will only lightly, and our tender see a new colt born to a mare belonging 'Sammie Saunders -from Middle- since 1800. Factory) ALL OCCASIONS

eet blue lupine to the extentt be getting a lot more. Funny kitchen garden was not hit to Eula Eunice. The little burg and Claud Smith from Green

we can. afford. thing-when .we put the plantsin at all. We heard Maurice Edwards fellow seemed to be all right then, Cove Springs. We were more than .: -
a aI owe asked how many pints we Jr., tell about a 20-acre but we were very sorry to learn glad to know that these ,peopleare

I Saw our chickens leave feed could reasonably expect to get field of beans which were killed, later that he died. Seems It is interested enough In the little Louis R. Dean
is week to eat grit and oyster and we were told that you could and that* Is a heavy loss very hard to raise a colt church way back In tM ,woods to and health needs. at worthwhile

gell which Is conclusive proof get a crate every other day from a a com and be with us and i try to TAX CONSULTANT

us that they need them In a thousand plants. Well maybe Did some more work In the help us In every effort we under DISH GARDENS savings We pride ourselves' on

t>nt of them at all times.' We you can. Maybe you can get house, preparatory to papering LONG BRANCHBy take. Everyone expressed paving BOOKKEEPING the scrupulous exact*** which
ally have grit and oyster shell $1,000 from an acre. We think some of the rooms. We work out a very enjoyabletime and was POTTERYPOTTHD !:

| the' laying house but It was all the answer is an expert growercan oors when it Is clear and whenIt Mr. J. L. StricklandMrs. glad the cement blocks are already SERVICE PLANTS goes Into every single prewrlp.tlon .
ne, so at fedlng time we took but we are far from being on the ground paid for and .
rains hard we get busy in the we fill.
ne along. We filled the feed ,experts. ready to start work with. .
house Harvey, the mother of FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
pper with laying mash, ''and a a After we returned home yesterday Phone 229 ,
the of
Harvey pastor
en put the grit and oyster shell Got our 1,000 ,nursery strawberry church li Im afternoon we learned that 145 W. Call St. PHONE 79

another! container. Almost plants from Tennessee .one Set out about 80 yellow tomato proving Highland In health. She slowly in Albert stean's oldest daughter, I STARKE, FLORIDA Nona St Stark Temple Avenue,- Starke, Flu
ery pullet left the feed. Seeing morning bright and early set \plants and the same number of automobile wreck sometime waa Lois, was married Saturday night
ething like that Is something them out ,that day and were for. teppera. Also planted In thekltch- an a-. but -we did not-learn 'whom she I
understand she
gOo-we was crossIng -
Ich you don't forget In a'hurry. tunate enough to "catch a rain" en garden okra :yellow peppers, -- .- -
the railroad In her car when
a a on them. They are doing well white tomatoes, wax beans, but. =-
the train hit her car-her shoulderwas =--
anted( an orient pear tree and but we are told that plants from tel' beans, more snap beans, and -
(black walnut tree In our or- re mi. will not do well here. Well New Zealand spinach :Now have broken skull fractured and
she suffered other bruises
this ,week. We were late ,we couldn't get them from else about 28 different vegetables Injuries,
[ getting them\tin, but had some ,where, so we'll Just have to do the planted and growing In the kitchen learn and lacerations and we did not
just what else. She has
uble In getting the orient pear I best we1 can with them. garden. They ought to sup- I ONLY
| new variety recently developed) ply) ,a good variety of fresh veg- been In a coma ever since but la

we decided better late than ,We have been able to get crops tables ,for our table regaining consciousness to some FOR A
extent now. She lives at White- f11 l lt
ver. Rest of the orchard is up to the cultivating stage with a a house.

Ing well, except a peach tree the tractor, but were really rvor- Finally got our Dixie 18 field
jilch the gilt .dug up, and we rled aa to how successful we corn planted-about 6 acres of it.It Our pastor for Long Branch I
Church Is
en't given a up. on a that yet tried would be with cultivating. We will be coming up any day now, back Injury convalescing'he sustained from several a Q.3.. u45JE5PMEV
It the other day for thefirst
so suppose that we will have to
{Mrs. LeClerc weeks ago while at work. Hehasn't !
called to and
kindly time with the able spend a lot of time trying to keep
attention been able to sit up any .
that isslstance
we of two
Incorrectly neighbors, Tim
the larks from It Alo
pulling up. -
rlbuted the Blackburn since but hopes to be able to go 41cGFiff
quotation "Iron and Mac Grlffis, did planted 4 rows of bane hybrid -
|ra do not make to church Easter Sunday. We, too, !
a.prlson etc, a job to our satisfaction. It took sweet corn (about 750 feet
Shakespeare, when of course ,time: to get the sweeps adjusted long) so that we will\) have some hope he Is soon able to be back

[ should have been Lord Byron. right, but finally: it waa riggedip to eat and a little to veil after with us.The .

leas" we better stick to farming II fine and the job of cultivating our main crop Is gone. Going Highland church Is having

not try to get literary. our 4H acres of sweet corn was I to put ,In another 4 rows in another all day services, dinner on the
a a a lone almost before we knew it. week or so. ground Easter egg hunt and is

Cave Little! Wlggely, the 5ur corn, by the way. Is spotty, ,I a a ,a 1 also asking donations for the new
Ling wild rabbit,, which we'raised, but we are going along with It I church building. Present buildingIs
I our nelce In Jacksonville for I Instead of replanting. Received our Farm Census too small for the regular congregation -

Easter present We are going Questionnaire and are going to so it felt the need ofa
| miss the little rascal, but then The prettiest sight on our farm get It filled out so that It will be new building. When the Sunday

j seems to us that on a farm lor' a while was the 2-acre bean ready when the census taker school and church out grow the

li are continually raising pet latch. The field has been handled comes around. 'Sure, it means building It la time to enlarge, fort I
selling them losing them, or 'rom' the start by tractor, and some work'tor us, but we, believe i cannot grow and prosper if it II I

[nething. _But next time some- ve had a good stand. When we !hat) the collective Information hasn't room for the present mem- ,
says that you can't raise a 'Inlshed' cultivation and looked at gathered will be helpful for all of bership. We do hope people will

ling wild rabbit, we'll be able. the: green field and the freshly us. help this church as much as they
1 say 'Ve did". .ta urned: earth against the rays of I. a helped the Long Branch church
a' a the: setting sun, we enjoyed a'tItlIng. Read recently that an account- last Sunday.

Joy, our milk cow, who is due > of accomplishment such. as Ing system Is the heart of a farm. The services at Long Branch

(freshen. in about a month hun ve have never had when living Well, Alice keeps a good recordof church April 2nd were in charge
pestered lately with flies I,n the city. all of our affairs, and we know of Dud Harris the Sunday school '
fas, bugs, etc. Every time ,we a that the facts brought out by superintendent. We started the r W

ked at her It seems that she But cultivating the potatoes keeping records will tell us whether services by singing old time songs

Es trying to dislodge them from vas a different story Indeed, we are'making or losing mon everyone knew. After two songs


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I Baptist ChurchEaster Kingsley Lake Baptist !I and their children of Palatka. bershlp entertained In honor of I The average salary for public A. Clark' of sail CoU ''t'.

Mrs. J. E. Chambers and Mrs. the Highland singers and musicians school teachers In the United .By.. V.Haven Knight. Cro.by stark, D., C.Florida. 1'f I
services this Sunday at Services are held each Sunday I': P S. Crews attended the district who were their guests. States for 1019-SO\ was estimatedby Atty. tor fit. 1.t14t
I the First Baptist Church of Starke morning at the Kingsley Lake meeting of W. O. W. Auxiliaries Mr and Mrs Merrill Johns and the National Education Assoclotlon : 'i
I bring to a conclusion a two weeks' Baptist Church as follows: Sun- in Live Oak Thursday.Mr. I little daughter Jennifer of Green at $2.885.: : ; PI.OMIUAI IN: visa: }'it If '
I revival "with souls having been School 10 a.m. Preaching Ser and Mrs. J. C. Wallace visited I Cove Springs, and Mrs Lettie yule V.
IV elect Plaint!
IT Jordan
i i saved dally and claimed for the vices 11 a.m. and 7:00: p.m. Prayer I Mrs Isabel Edwards In Jacksonville I Parker of Tampa were Palm Sunday 1'111'\1'1.. F'.41R.n c-ot-HT.,. IfR"IVI'/UFnRU:.. ".. 'i'lnhup Margaret Jordan, l>..f.ndant. Cuj;

i: Lord". aid the Rev L. D. Haines Meeting each Wednesday night i last weekend.Communications ,: guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. "'1't"f.Irene Nt>. Y700. 'Ip. .
DA Unman.
I I, pastor 7:30: p.m. D. C. Willis, Pastor J JE. from 1>frs. C. 'Wynn. li.n'1"1'' t'*'Plaintiff nitanl. vs.Cap Peter No.1 AND NOTK-W TO APPEAR

-- A sunrise service at 6:15: Easter Neurenberger, Sunday School 1 Williams, recent visitor of Mr. B. Y. Saxon of Pompano. Is JBQO STATE) OP FLOHIDA toi, Blah i
o (lnn Kn op Jnr l. whose re.ldence let V
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MISSIONARY St. Mark's Episcopal morning in the new church auditorium Superintendent. Come worship I and Mrs. L. F. Chapman, tell of I spending the week here with rclitlves. ANI NOTION rt'RuTf\Tioy TO, AI'l'HAIl known. t'A II'

B"prut CHUBCH Rev. B. E. Simmons. B. !) Vlrai will herald the coming of with us.CHt'itc'n. having completed her Florida. .. STATK' ; OF FLORIDA, to: .Peter You art required to appear < 1,I'>'
In abnva
o Ulllnr.li. whnxn r<.r.idf>ii<- In l Yj April 17th. 1960 the na I ie
School 10:00 a.m. the dawn symbolic of the arrivalof stay that Included visits In Miami Mrs. Richard D. May returned Mh.rl Sunday Worship 11:15: a.m. I Saturday, April 8th 3 pm.:: the woman at the open sepul OF ,JESUS/ CIIKIST and Key West and of having ]Monday after spending lat weekend TMllT."kr'.l'"'lll."' In ihn shove Telegraph .hall'pubii.h this Ord ,
Morning egg hunt and party for chre of Jesus. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS returned to her home in St. Louis, with Corporal May in Petersburg named I'
Meeting each Thursday members The climax of this "ou rt and fauna, wherein. plniiillff In next four weakly' l aun. I
Prayer I I:30 of the church school at pariah! service' wilt\ be reached with the Mo. I Va. seeks. divorce Hrn.lfor.l County Witness, mr hand: and official cc. ii

7/: F.m. Service 7:30: p.m. house "singing, of a hymn by the congregation The Church of Jesus Christ of Mrs T. E. Wilson and Mrs. J. Rev and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish\ INKUO this. Order at teal Mtarka.. Florida this March" lit

Eewiing' Pastor. Sunday, April 9th, Easter Sunday "He Lives the Latter Day Saints will\ resume M. Brawn!lee of Starke were visitors .>f Starke, were Sunday dinner Witness mv hand and official. ...al (OFFICIAL SEALA' J. Thom i
..Rev L G. Hemingway., -....... services in the USO building on at 'tark... Florida| this March 13th. A. Clerk of Said Cou \
: Sunday school meets at 9:43: of Mr. and Mra. W. G. I(dents of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May. teal[ Pv: Maven Crosby> D. C.
CHnBCH 8 a.m.: Holy communion with more than 300 In attendance Temple Ave. Banter Sunday Stringfellow Monday" Moving pictures are being shown (OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J Thomas' 3-17 4t 4-r :

CVTHOtlC 8:13 a.m. 9:45 a.m.: Church school. regularly, staffed by an able bodyof meeting at 10,00 A.M. and 6:30:: ach Wednesday night at 7:30 0'- f
Sunday Mass Classes for all ages nursery 80 officers and teachers. P.M. Including the Easter program clock: In community hall. FOR ALL TYPES OF
11 a.m.
Sunday School Mass 8:30: a.m. through junior high. The morning hour of worship in the morning. Everyone LAWTEY : Charles Manlre, of Starke wasa PEST CONTROL i ,
Day Is welcome. -
Week 11 a.m.: Holy communion and begins at 11:00: with the pastor's visitor here last Saturday.

daYBible Is every Wsdnes- special Easter, sermon by message being "He Lives"-the B. H. Shafer, former resident WRITE OK PHONE ;k
song victory through the ages. I here, arrived Monday from New h
day at 4:45PENTECOSTAL: The church Is open dally for The choir will bring special Easter METHODIST CHURCH York City for a visit and CHEMICAL CO. ;

HOLINESS prayer and meditation. music. Serv.ces every first and third CITY COUNCIL MEETS!: Mrs. William C. Kammerer and ,;

Ave. Training unions gather at 8:45: : Saturday night, Sunday morning The Lawtey City Council met I 2150 N. Ala. St. Gainesville Ph. 6035 k
'lOth and Temple CHURCH Mrs M. C, Sweeney spent Friday
Morn p.m. and the regular Happy Hour nd Sunday night, 11 a.m. andS Monday night In the city hall Termites Rodents All Household Pests F
School 9:45: a. m.; I and Saturday of,laat week shopping
Rev. L. j Moth _
Sunday Worship 11 a. 111.-f Evangella- S. Williams, Pastor follows at 7:30: o'clock. This ser p.m. at Congregational Metho- with all members present. City I and visiting In Jacksonville. Proofing Flame Proofing,
tag 8th A St. Clair Sta. dls Church on Brownlee) Road.- '
vice will be of Clerk L. H. Hill, absent from all "
composed a cantata
tIC Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Sunday School! 10 a.m. for women's voices "From Rev. Ernest Grtffls, pastor. 1950: meetings due to Illness, was Mr. and Mrs. Avery C. Dennison Free la.p"'vU ns> and Estimates. Given' by Graduate

welcoro Sunday Morning: Worship 11 a.m Darkness to Light." aranged fromP. welcomed back at this session. ipent last Sunday in Gainesville.Mr. Kotomolofli. (University of Florida).

Sunday Evening Service T:30 and Mrs. L. J. and Dempsey R. Sttpp V.
: p.mY. I. Tschaikowskl by Ellen Jane o After discussing several business Wynn Ray Roll'l4ff

P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Lorenz. The combined choirs will STATE FARM matters the body adjourned. I Mr. and Mrs. M. U Watterson, 4Iy Iy

Save Time, Work, Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m be directed by Mrs. Lucile Green with Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton
with Whltflold The O. W, Roberts and H. E. I and Miss Madge Mlddleton. of
Mr. B
Mona Canova organist. } Mrs. Bias
and Money! Priest families enjoyed Sunday I Starke, were recent visitors to
Following the cantata there will 0
visiting Bok Tower, Cypress Oar Cedar Keys
be a baptizing service In the
WELDING Chapman Named for ColonelcyLt. dens and other places of Interest
The Junior Baseball Club with
"baptistry bt>autlfuof\ 30
Pounds Of Your some Col. L. F. Chapman Jr., son
candidates. The hour will In the southern part of the state. I Rudy DeWaters as manager, ,

9 Done In to a close with come of Supt. and Mn. L. F. Chapmanof Mrs Q. W. Roberta,' Mrs Paul I played their first game of the
Laundry a candlelight observance the Florida State Farm, has LOCAL FACILITIESof ,
Dlnklns Mrs. Hermle Kelly and
lY of the Lord's I mason at Keystone Heights, on
I supper been selected for promotion. He Mr. and Mrs. L. H.( Futch were rhultaday. March. SOU Games
Only and all singing "On Jordan's
tI. i iJ.I.. Stormy Banks." will be promoted examination actually after andas business visitors to Gainesville "will be alternately played at Hampton quiet refinement with organization
a professional Saturday.
1: and Keystone each week.
Minutes .It Is :: A cordial Invitation Is extendedto a vacancy occurs. He Is cur The WMU of the Lawtey Baptist competent and thorough in Its entirety
all resident and visitors of
Washed Spotlessly Starke and surrounding communities rently attending an amphibious Church held tho monthly For the first theatrical production enable this establishment to rencU

40 ) CleanReadyTo We offer"the people of Starke to attend these Easter servicesat warfare school at Quantlco Vir- business meeting In the church I In Idaho territory. "Will-

the First church. The ginia where he and Mrs. Chapmanand building Tuesday. lam Tell," two men had to travel er a fine and moderately priced ser
Iron! their sons, Fielding, in, and W. C. Grlffla attended churchat
and vicinity one of the most balcony will be open for all services 16 miles to secure fiddle strings vice.
and for Walton, have qurtera.PlIIC'kM..tlnc. Long Branch Sunday. For use In the musical numbers. 1
a provides
Cents Is All! It modern and finest equipped children. nursery Mrs J. W. Eunice, Sr., and

Jimmie Eunice of Lawtey, accom DeWITT
40 Costs! Try Our welding, shops anywhere. The State Fan; cub scout den panted by Mrs. Bennett Green FREE C. JONE'SI'hone
Methodist Church attended Ute pack meeting In
and daughter of New Orleans. 7 Starke, Fla-
All Work Guaranteed Starke Thursday evening of last _ '
Service Soon! I La., spent the weekend In De- For Prompt FREE Removalof s
"Easter Is not jut the end of week. With photography) aa their *
land '
Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Dead & Worth- Funeral Director
I SMITH'S GARAGEAND Holy Week", Rev J. R. Hill pastor recent theme, the den has been Lane. Crippled Ambulance Service

First Methodist church stated helped greatly by Instruction Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Slngletary leas Cattle, Horses Mules Our local funeral home enables aa to offer convenience and

The Washeteria MACHINE SHOP this week. "The great message en by' R. P. McLendon. A.glv.1 of Orlando spent the weekend & flogs services not otherwise available.We .
of contained memento of their work .
Christianity Is In just here with her.. parents Mr. and
Ki Temple Avenue Temple Ave. Starke two words: Christ Arose! Thla Mr. McLendon' presented to each Mrs. Dewey Harvey.Mr. Call 132, StarkeWE v VI

message transformed the lives of cub a group picture of the den. and Mrs. Flem Starling and ALWAYS COME 1 furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and
the that first Easter Further evidencing his InterestIn
Apostles on family visited relatives In Gaines- Florida Renderers accept ANY; life insurance policy In force Issued by ANT
morning; it has transformed the scouting, Mr. McLendon took ville Sunday. ,
company aa payment In or In full on funeral.
part A
lives of men, and women In the pictures of each of the four dens Burnell Wllkerson. who .>is- INC... Consultation carries .

NOTICE: past: it continues to transformthe present at Thursday's\ meeting. talned injuries In an automobile: L. I no obligation.

life of the world today. And On that occasion the State Farm accident last ,week. Is confinedto

Service Time Has Now Changed to 7:00 p.m. for the, sermon subject for the 11 o' den presented an entertaining skit, Riverside Hospital In Jackson. I

B.T.U.and 8:00 p.m for preaching hour. clock hour Sunday morning will a comedy "At the Photogra- vllle and Is reported to be Inv

be, 'He Is Risen. Indeed' he added. pher's." Richard Mosely, who I proving.The .

SUBJECT 11:00: WORSHIP HOURi: Sunday night the choir will pre. recently moved to the Farm with Rev and Mrs. Cecil W1I HOME

sent a program of Easter music. his parents. Mr and Mrs. L. E. llama of Jacksonville were din- S TARLINGSSTARKEOWNED

"WHY BAPTISTS SHOULD NOT The story of Easter will be given Mosely, Is a new member of the ner guests of the Aaron Sumner

by J. L. Cooper. This story will den Mrs. H. J. Kucera la the retiring family Sunday

be Interspersed with anthems den mother and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gasklns and

-QBSERVE-EASTER"- duets and solos "bv the choir and M. Richards is.. the In-gpjning children. Billy and Betty, and Mrand .
choir members. There will"also den mother. Mrs. Carl Hilliard and Miss ENIMNCi APRIL th 1950
be and
congregational singing
Marjorie Milliard were
First Baptist Church, HamptonBob Community Club MeetingThe shoppingIn
Gray Pastor special Instrumental music. club was made unusually Jacksonville Saturday. WE RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets
"You are Invited to worship withus Mrs. J. P. Wyrl k. Mrs. Joyce .
beautiful for the meeting of the
Visitors Welcome', At Every Service on this Easter Sunday the Community Club Tuesday after.I Futch. Miss Elizabeth Terry and -

pastor concluded.Christian Miss Mary Julia Futch were shopping ,
noon .of last week. There were
spring flowers of marked beauty In Gainesville Monday after.

Church placed at Interesting points noon.Mrs. Sib. Potatoes
J. M. Browning Lawteyand
EASTER SERVICESAt throughout the rooms An exhibit -
"The friendly church In the Mr. and Mrs. W. M Dlnklns

Church heart of town extends a cordial of "treasures" was arrangedIn of Gainesville we reVisiting .. i ie
The First Baptist the dining room so tastefullythat with purchase of at least $3
welcome to all, the Rev. Homer friends and relatives In Bonifay
Swlndall minister of the Starke Its effect was most decora over the weekend. grocery order (not Including
of t: Praise 6:15 A.M. tive. On display were lovely
Sunrise Service
First Christian Church, announcedthis Mrs. T. J. Terry, Miss E. Terry cigarettes)
pieces of china handwork and
week. and Benton Futch were guests of
Lewis D. Balnea'Menaace and viewing them and
tor antique.
MomlngWorahlp. 11 A.M..Pa "This will be Easter Sunday, so Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shelton In
their attached traditions
: "He Lives. let us arise early to worship the hearing Jacksonville Saturday.

risen Christ" he continued. "Our afforded entertainment.The Miss Wanda Sullivan spent the SLICED BREAKFAST A J A X

Sunday Evening 7SOt Combined: Choir Directed by first service begins at 6:00: A.M. club president, Mrs. L. F. weekend In Jacksonville with her

Mr[ *. Lucile Green Sing the Easter Cantata "From with a sunrise prayer service at Chapman business session presided during over the whloh brief grandmother.James Thrifty A Real Special t

Hampton Lake. The public is Phillips of Macon Ga.,
DarknenaTo LJght" (Lorenz) cordially Invited, .won't. you joinus plans were formulated for the and Miss Betty Flynn of Starke

Baptism_ In the "Baptistry Beautiful" Sunday morning for this great club's "Spring Frolics." The or-I were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. BACON Ib. 26c CLEANSER pkg. -5c
la danceat ,
ganisation sponsoring> a
Ordinance of Lord' Suppe-'r by Candlelight service? The place on the Lake and Mrs. O. J. PhiilipaHAMPTON. 1
the Saturday
community building -
for this service Is where we baptize.
evening. April IS. There
Sunday School 9: will be refreshment., and music
Other services this coming week will be furnished by an orchestra.Mrs. d;

An Invitation To All For All Services are! P D. rancher and Mrs J.

Sunday 10:00: A. M.: Bible school, G. Godwin were hostesses' for the Ily Mr*. M. C. Streonejr
Clyde Colson, Supt. 5 21
club meeting anti they served a :
Sunday, 11:00: A. M. : Regular course. lb. h

worship service. Sermon subject: dessert Speaking. TonightThe
the week Mr. and
"The Resurrection of Our Lord." During past I candidate speaking for the

ALL KINDS The Lord's supper served at 11:15: : Mrs. J. M. Bradley had as their coming spring election will be I
CONSTRUCTION OF visitors Jimmie Bradley, Mr. and _
A. M. Special music. held In Hampton Friday night
Mr. and Mrs.
\Mrs. Vance ,
Sunday following 11:00: A. M. (to-night) at 7:30: o'clock. A
service: Easter egg hunt for the i Reese Bradley and their sons. large rally of the candidates and FACTORY PACKED FELINE
Each Clinton and Jack Wayne, all of Is
Sunday school children. their friends expected.
child Is asked to bring at least Jacksonville.Mrs. I Cottage prayer meetings werebel'un Don't "ilKS This Itargain! Facial Quality {
Cecil Sewers the
this week In preparationand
two eggs.Sunday '
6:30: A. M.: Christian weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. anticipation of the coming RICE 31b. 29c TISSUE,4rolls29c

Endeavor for all age groups. Lee In Lake Butler I revival at the Christian Church -
Mr. and Mr. R. W. Brannen.
Sunday 7:30: P. M.I Candle. the early part of May.
Mr. and Mra.
accompanied by
An outdoor supper was
light service and Easter Jack Nelson of Jacksonville, were I
6 church groundslast
7:30 P.M. on the Baptist
"cif Wednesday, progTBm'l dinner guests of Mr. and Mr..A. Friday evening when the mem-

meeting. W Brannen In Loughman Sun I Swift'N Premium1'ICNICS
3:30 P.M.:
Friday :

Building hour. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Emory Townsend HAMS --The very 33
Contracting -- o best. 4 to 6 I lb. ave., in IB.
o and their son Tucker of Dunnel- 5ee lms cello;

At 'The TabernacleThe lon were guests of Mr. and Mr.
Homes, Tourist Court. Commercial Building, Sidewalks, Foun- I Dave Thornton Sunday.

*"lon% Driveways, and all general construction no Job too center of Interest at the Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. _
Tabernacle this week Is the 17th Spencer Crews ef Starke Mrs.P. .
mall or too large for ua to perform.w of the
anniversary S. Crews and Mrs. Emma Riv-

can the bent carpenters, masons. stelworker- electrician*. founding of the Mission Hall work. ers were supper guests of Mr and 1 NO. 2'/z' SIZE CANS YELLOW

and This service will be held tonight Mrs. D. L. Shaw, In La Crosse ,
plumbers (Friday), at which time reports Sunday. ( Spiced Special r In QuartersCHURNGOLD

8 fOp n" before letting contract whether It Is a, large Job ora will be given touching briefly on Mrs. Archie Crawford and her I ..e.
;your the highlights of each of the past little daughter. Carmen visited 29c
small one. We're prepared to meet and beat prices of any I seventeen years Interspersedwith Mr. and Mrs. Arch Crawford In ; can Ib 39c

all buuiers In thin areal! music and readings.The Macclenny: from Thursday until .

theme of the risen Christ Sunday.
w e will\ give you the benefit of reductions on volume material will be emphasized Sunday by a Following a two weeks' visit can cover every scar:

Costa and on our. maaafactarlaa plant and machinery output. Let visiting speaker and special music with Mrs. L J. Sharpe In Commerce YOU bring out all the

"" q'.ute' you price on such items as steel frame windows < MIllS Edna Noegel and and their youngest daughter. Mar- MATCHES i
mrnt. people. with
rock. sand, and concrete her brother Leonard home on caret returned home Sunday. SAFETY 8

"e local cost of will have a part In both accompanied by Mr.
11I'11.11\ :you ready-mixed: concrete at leas than vacation They were ffi'I: Per Pkg.
the> services. and Mrs J. N. NU and their son,

"aerials f.o.b. your Job.. Saturday night the Youth Meet- Nickle, of the Georgia city who Just the thing to keep con-

"e'O finish your Job without delay and In less time than other ing congregation was privilegedto visited Dr. and, Mn. Nix until tantly used furniture

watraotors. Material'and guaranteed. Contracts have as guests Mr; and Mrs.uBible Wednesday. Mrs. Nix who had looking like new.
workmacwhlp: for several weeks returned -
Stockburger of Moody been here DIXIE PRIDE 14 OZ. BOTTLE
and blueprint are t'&ftfuUr.IoUowPd; by; ua In each Instance We Institute Chicago who stoppedover to her horn In Commercewith Won't crack creek or turn ,
give brat bondsmen who guarantee oar performance. We will do en route home from Miamito Mr. and Mra" NU. white. It's very easy to Sliced Hunt's

lout visit the Tabernacle; and view During the weekend Mr. and apply. Dries overnight.SISTRUNK .

building for des money. TRY VSI the famous painting. "The Feast Mrs. J. B. Segre of Macclennywere ,
Of BeUhaz r." Mr. Stockburger visitors'of) Mr. and Mr J., BREAD loaf( CATSUP19c
of I ,
U vice-president and treasurer L. William Feed & Seed Store
BRADFORD CO. an Inspiring
ENGINEERING and gave had
Moody ofboys Mr. and Mr, M. E. Grtner
talk to the fine group their guests Saturday and Sun STARK FLA.

Ph-9 J. Maurice Edwards Starke, Fla., and girls present at the youth as day Mr. and M.8. Martin Relnau



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I APR 7 1950

FACE EIGIITNational ... i '

I March 24. and subject to a fine 'not to excend SECTION 10. Any person firm or adopted and =-
Guard Tuneful 'Showboat' Hampton Will Hear Candidates Friday; and Mrs. Arthur Williams of f60.00 or Imprisonment. In the City corporation" who. without authority' Council of the i'H'c' .''.,. b.t
I Mr. Jail nut to exceed. 80 lays, or by shall release. any Impounded dog, regular iieialon ",,11.
CruiseThirtysi Wins Applausefor Good Crowds Out At Theressa And GrahamThe Starke, a boy, Bobby Williams on 'both such fin. and Imprisonment' In or who shall break open the .n- April, A. D. moTh 'iiCARL :
Enjoys the discretion of the Mayor. closure, fastening or gate of the
March 27. HRCTltiN S. That from and after the pound or hall attempt tn no break IOHS. '
'* members ot the local BHS Glee Club scene will shift to Hampton also advocated that a "collectable" Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Crawford of effective dale' of this ordinance' It open such IMMUIC or enclosure or above and fuwas \',

tonight (Friday) as candidates tax be placed on the Diesel Starke girl Gere Linda, on hull be unlawful for any dog nf who shall aid abet, assist, counselor received by lid\
sailed a on this
National Guard Company command other In 4th '
hour any kind to run at large' within the any person dii
suffered for an ,
Frankie used most
for nomination In the Dem- fuel now being by 1950.
ld In the V
last Friday aboard an Army March 28, City Limit of the City of "tArl,.. the breaking-.of pound .or
and a half but finally won her man 2 continue trucks and busses. He maintainsthat releaaln of any dnar therefrom shall J. n
ocratic Primary May : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore or to b* upon the streets of the W IS'I
freight supply vessel on a cruise Johnnie back from flirtatious I their appeals to voters at a the present tax Is "not collectable" City at any time, day. or nlirht cx.rein upon conviction thereof be aubjectto Mayor! of thew.c. ChI ,.;
Katherine Elizabeth 0"
from Jacksonville to St. Simon |ot Starke a girl an follows. : a fine of $BO or Imprisonment
Peggy O'Nell series of stump-speakings to be and that these vehiclesare 20. In the City Jail not to exceed 80
Island near Brunswick Ga. They on Mar h (a) Unl I.-e said dnaI I Is In an both such fine and 1mprlKonment
of "Show. the It not carrying their fair share automnblle other or days or by -
That was the theme held throughout county. or conveyance In the discretion of the
returned Sunday. after spending union said I inuaaled I ,, In
; Is
Saturday night In the Georgia resort boat", a gay nineties revue presented was decided that all/ future meetIngs of the tax load. | About half ofthe farms In the accompanied, d.g by its toaster or son,. Mayor

In the USO auditorium last Including tonight's will begin Other candidates for Represent. i United States have telephones. member of the maMer'a family or PRCTION 11. All ordinance or harts
Unless said door IK fastened with a of ordinances In conlllct herewith T.
Friday night by members of the at 8:00: o'clock Instead of .1. P. Roberts, the In. .
casualty of the trip wee ative -- I O'I'I'I 01" 'Ntl.K leach. and held liy It'. mauler or come are hereby repealed..
Only BHS Glee Club under the direction 7:30: ) for the convenience of those cumb nt. Enos W. Hayes 'and Notice is hereby given that the other. person for its ninvterHKCTIOV SECTION 12 Thin ordinance shall

Recruit Cleo C. Thornton who of Mrs. Sarah Clddlngs who find it difficult to get away E. Conner -- spoke briefly I old, two tory brick building. Bllunted 8. It filiall be the duty .become effective on the 20th day .,fApril STRONG DRINK i IN
broke a leg'while skating. Thorn- Doyle at the Corner of Pratt .n.1, Fvoudiway of the Chief of Piilk-e or other police I860. iMi',
Uie Naval AIr Station The star singing roles were effectively from home at the earlier hour. but did not touch on controversial [ Streets In "Blarke' will be of- officer of I the City of Htarke, JAMES A. LI 'VIS."halrnll.n CHAUCER IN |1310| ;
ton la now at filed by Mary Lou Dur- Good crowds have greeted the Issues I fered for sale to the highest and to capture If pntiHlhle, and to Impound of the Clly Council. "CHARACTER AND
Hospital In Jacksonville and i .bent bl.ld"r t>n Monday. May. 1. A. l-). any and all dour found runnlnir DEPART f
will return to Starke in the near shimer as Frankle. Edward Masseyas candidates at Theressa where the Mrs. Jessie R. Chastaln, Incumbent -l 1 IflftO at 10:00 o'cliK k A. M. <>In the streets. of the Cltv oftark. ATTEST' WhEN \\ivp: 0
Johnny and Patsy Benton as first rally was held Thursday Condition of the mile will require $ ., that are not rained In amanner I PAHt. JOHN. City Clerk. ,N'"
Commissioner from .
future. County : (ash offer and a guarantee thattin demrlbed .In Section 5 hereof TO IIUNU K A Hl-n J. Il. WA1MWIUOHT. -
Peggy O'Nell. Cleverly designed night of last week. and at Graham District Four spoke briefly and .buildingIncluding fotindatlnniiwill and tn keep them Impounded until MAYOR OF THK CITY
The trip was primarily for rec- state settings and colorful costumes the scene of Tuesday night'sspeaking. her I be completely lemoved from dlHpiined of ax, hereinafter. provided op MTAHKK. : I hereby certify that
was followed by two opponents before June 5. A. L'. In case doaIB found
reatlon: but was a highly educational of added I thi present site any the foregolngordinance wan duly
gay ninety vintage and < luoxe, and nut tarried In I ihe
Gerald Adklns Bill\ Hall.\ 1 mannec
experience for the men who much to the sprightly atmosphere Most candidates have thus far l5rild" may t.. left at the office prescribe In Section fi hereof
made the cruise, Operations of limited themselves to Incumbent School Board Member -t of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In upon the streets. of the City of
of the production. generalities from District Three H. B. the County Court house In Htarke !!Stark und rannot be captured. and
the 'Army Transportation Corps Specialties Included two dance the most notable exception I nr they. mAY' be nmwnted to the Impounded ae provided. for herein HEARA
were explained to the men. Some Crosby shared the with his Hoard! of County CommlHsloner"* in then It shall be the duty of the
Ovid O. Lewis who Is bid
numbers by a tap team composed being I opponent Hewlett S' Anderson. II I p..r..n. \ Chief of pnllre or other police officer REAL Democrat .
steered the vessel from
of them for the to lo and all for Bald. auchHKCTIO.V '
of Sandra Johns. Marsha Keleher, ding opportunity represent The remaining speaking dates 'hrlght reject any the City to kill ,
the bridge; othera performed other Bradford bill" l I. heieby- reservedAuthorlxed 4nor.
Jo Ann Smith Carol Rusha. and Courty In the 'are aa follows: .. by the HOArd of (roun 7. When any doa; In rap
duties while at aea. No serious ; \ '
hip's Joan Slade. Betwen acts Mrs. State! Legislature. Lewis proclaims ty Commissioner. of Bradford County tured nnd, Impounded. an provided. In c. '
outbreaks of seasickness were. from the stump that he Friday April 7, Hampton; Florida, thla 3rd dayof. April Hectlon" 8 hereof the Chief of Po- ,", 4 ..,. ,
J. Waren Kaufman played three '
I Tuesday April IS Brooker A. 1>. l'i50. lire shall forthwith notify t4ie owner
reported. violin numbers and she also play. favors repeal of the sales tax In ; ((OFFICIAT. SKA I-,) A. J. ThonW", If known, of lci'i"oh..carft and
I Friday April 1, Lawtey; 4-7 4t 4-Z8 Impounding-; *al : dow
present "confusing" form and
ed the violin obllgatto for the __ __ IM not redeemed within three days
"Play Fiddle Play" duet sung by would replace it with a one per. Tuesday, April 29 Hellbronn; M.M*(..''. *' !. IFIIKW: from the date of Impounding and all
REELECT cent tax "across the board". Friday, April 28, Stark., I PI4FtI thY MI.EC'lI9'4 costs Incidental thereto paid the Florida's
Durshlmer and Massey.'Weritucky I At a meeting held on the Hrd. daY Chief of Police of Raid City shall
Babe" I "The present tax Is difficult to AU State and County candi- I of April A. I>. I960 -the Board of advertise the said dog for sale. for Senior Senator
by a
sung administer and Is Invited Bounty .Commlsulonera of Bradford such costs and expenses by poatlnxwritten
I so confusing dates Are to speak to the
quartette composed of Helen (County Florida appointed the following notice of the time and place 'SPEAKFri.
Haines, Joan Tenly Altese Lawson that the consumer does not know voters at these meetings whichare I Clarke and Inspector for ,of dale at three public place with.
what he is paying or ;what he Is sponsored by the County the Primary Election to be held on in said. City at least three days. ., 8 P.M. Station WDSR
and Patsy Benton was among the the 2nd day of May 'A. D. 1950. prior to the date of eal*. .If any
outstanding numbers as was the paying It on, Lewis stated. HePreEaster Democratic Executive Committee. Precinct '>o. 1 I.awteCarter dog In not redeemed prior to the 'Lake City Station WRUF

full\ chorus rendition of 01' Man Carl' Clerk l T. T. Blackburn, Hale he 'nhall sell said doa; at public Gainesville. Fri. 9 P.M. Station
Charlie. /Shuford. and T U Wain. auction' at the place and time
River". wright. Inapector designated In aald notloe, and If nBprl..a WJHP. Jacksonville ,,
Market Sends Price
Berry .
U offered for aid doa iiufflclent
Preclac Jtn. :a XoMh "...rk.H. .11
Julia Lawson played the piano Fri. 8:30 P.M. Station
to coats and :
I L,. Norman Clerk: ileo: B. Flynn pay the chargeaconnected
To All Time High Of $26 Per Crate
therewith then the Chiefof
accompaniment for the musical Floyd Crosby Mabel 1* Boxer, Aubrey Pollen other shall WMBR, Jacksonville.
or police-officer
T. a and J. ,
numbers. K Moor Williams, kill Raid dog .
Brisk demand for the Easter age of $11.72 bringing growers It. Walnwright InspectorsPrrrl.rt SECTION ,*.. The following fee and Paid Political Adv.)
market in New York City sent $13,247.72. >o. S SectS Blerke charges are hereby Imposed for the
POLITICAL Paul I Raymond Clerk, Russell 8VIcKue Impounding- dogs and the retention -
strawberry prices zooming here Outlook for the coming weekIs Harold ttrlffls and Flank thereof: .

ANNOUNCEMENTS this week reaching what Is believed excellent with the prospect of 'I. mlng-way. Inspectors. (a) For neliure of any doe; ft..01)Cb
Precinct >.. 4 (irabam ( ) For eauh day detention and
Foil ( ot''rv. { to be an all-time peak prices remaining high and ,pro. John MiKlnney Clerk) John Sur- feed of each dog h__ tt.00
FOL'III : I Wednesday when one crate and duction expected to continue to reni-y 1'). V. Proughton and W. C.tiurton All fund received by the City of -$ ,
Stark. Horeiinder shall be
Iflrpectors.Penises deposited
hereby Democrat 24 odd sold for total
lo Voters announce of County to the CommlM i pints a grand Increase. The mercury droppedto N. II Mamptoa and credited to the general fund of"id

Mloner DIMrtct No. 4. comprlKlnir I of $33.20.Lucky the low 40'a here Wednesday R Li Hrown !!Ir., Clerk I... J. W vnn. City.SECTION.
the Preclncte of I to receive this M. I,. Wattemon and Russell Dyal 9. The Chief of Police
Oraham Hamptonand grower morning, and It Is believed
that I shell kvep a record In a hook to be
There-da, trmt I Candidate InMpectom. .
tn aucreed mynelf am an a County top price was Sinclair Moseleywho even colder weather up the country Pre-elact No. A TkerenNM' furnlM-ntd and all by the City Oouncll nf 5n4,. Anr.R Double Featurel
dogs killed WEDXESD
any Impounded or -
CummlaBloner,.. subject to the 'ri.marl. brought in the last crate of may retard the North Carolina r> J. Phillips Clerk: W C.. Uh..d"n.F.lh..rt by him or other police officers of CHAaUS 1 MTSTARRTTT PAUL
In May. the day and benefitted from Slbley and W. 8.: Slbley inspsctra. aid City giving the date of the Impounding __
competing that -
I am thoroughly familiar' with crop so It will\ not offer BURNETTE tOGSA1'111L! 12 0
or killing the dlHponal
the duties of the office and buyers all anxious to finish (
elected If competition to the Bradford mar i Precinct' 110. T New River of warn, and It Hnld to whom sold
In behalf I promise my .beet effort out their loads. Mr. Moseley received ket for another two weeks Floyd Wiggins, Clerk, Frank. I. and the amount sold for, the date of C
of the district. and the J26 for his crate at Tomllnson Jay Moody' and j,;. I... Bale the name of the owner If _ LINDA
Owtnty whole.Your
a. a 36-plnt least. .
Kelly Inspector known and
a general description
solicited vote and and mippnrt will be la appreal.Je..l. earnestly and 30c each f&r 24 odds. The season's receipts here are Precinct !N... n BrwokerHoward nf.. the said 'dt.it. aid book shah RNEI.'I[ '
ated. Top- price up to that time was I"ugh.s.. Clerk; Z. W. IlamIton b* subject to Inspection by the nub-
R. Chaitaln rapidly approaching the $200000 J. W. Kelly, and Lloyd Barry, 1 lie at any time during usual office AND -
received by J. D. Gaskins who mark. Since shipments started In inspector I houm CELESTE

J.Pv RobertsYOUR roil no4iii.crin'vDISTRICT OP PI' 'n LICIVHIHI sold six crates for $19 per crate. January. 25,300 crates have been Chairman Board of:MO County. HARREM Commbfsloner *- I'9IIS1I I1OI.M.I I

THHKH During the past week 1.301 sold for an" estimated return of *.

I hereby annouma my candidacy crates were marketed at an aver- 19756000. ATTEST: A. J. THOMAS.. Clerk. CHARLES
for the. Hoard of Public In..truetlnn. (OFFICIAL. SEAL It'47IV EDMUND GOULII$
District Three ,__I.
Having been ( IRC*'IT ('0 t.RT. BH\lr-OIII C O4Ii1.N
fortunate enoug-h ?IUPINAILY Jolt
to receive a college education !'NTV. PLOIII..A| It, tllAHiCKHV. _ _

State of f. ,'38', I fully rtallae the Importance had a 4-0 lead In the third In. I
of providing- your chil Palatka 5-3 Avis Shelton Mann Plaintiff. v.. Plus Cartoon .Ii Site
dren and mine with the heat education ning. Then trouble on the city's Charles Oliver Mann Defendant With Willard Parker Lola Al

make available which we.to an them citizens can In( First Game !power line put tile lights out for Cane No. 7829ORDER >OP>. PUBLICATION bright Hllllary Brooke.Plus .

ThU la a critical time- for our 20 or 30 minutes and by the time AND NOTICE TO APPEAl "Heavenly Puss Cartoon, &:
Representative ...hoo.... Operationare. b.lna BHS opened the current baseball 'this trouble was remedied It began STATE! OF FLORIDA to.: ,Charles s Thurida
hampered and may even be curtailed Oliver Mann whose residence and "Fed. Agents vs. Underworld" Serial / & Fda
because of insufficient fund season last Friday night with, I raining. Consequently the adilreH la: 270& Hartford Drive, \
e unless every dollar I. ..,ent wl.... a rousing 5-3 victory over the I game ,was postponed and rescheduled anhvllle, Tennessee Tit those who would enjoy ; April 134
ly. My business experience, my You are required to appear on
0 education and my educational Palatka Maroons 'Azalea Field. | for 3 p.m. Wednesday April May sib. 1950 In: the above named

background will enable me tn perform Until that time Putnam High, :12 In Bradford Park. This game Court. and cause wherein plaintiff "Like Home" Sun., Mon., Tues.. Apr. 9,10,11
the duties of this office In seeks) divorce and restoration of
lie la qualified. an efficient and capable manner. School had won three and lost none will be free as far as the fans maiden name. Bradford County s Dig Day,*!

which If elected I prornlse to do. against such opposition as Sea- ,'are concerned because no rain- .I PJ.u..hetyI: this Order Easter Dinner
Your confederation yourvote. in next Issue. ,
0 and your support will be deeply breeze> New Smyrna Beach and
appreciated Sanford. This victory made it a affair at !Stark, Florida this April 6th \\\'n\
Hewlett S. And..on.FO" I960
lie has experience and acquaintances clean sweep over Palatka for BHS Track Meet (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas. .Avery Inn Offers
CO!' TV rOW'II.'IO'nCR this year. Last Friday night while the A* Clerk of said Court.
in the Leg- )l THIC"r TWO By Haven (Crosby D. C.
To the Voter. of PYadford Count)': Jack Hazen was on the moundfor ball> team was in Palatka other T Frank undrum.. Starke. PI& Roast Chicken Io1.S!

lature worth much to his I hereby announce myself ae a BHS and Jack Wainwright was BHS Athletes were competing In Atty, for Plf. 4-7 4t 4-S8 .'
candidate for
people. CommissIoner I ri'>io'T\ aa County INnrthHtarke ;:, behind the plate. Hazen startedthln&a a track meet at Fletcher High In 'onDIMANtK" 11: -\ "\\1th\ All The Trimming ,

). I wish to atata that I Jacksonville Beach. The A. 0..1.....- "'0 He K-flll-d A. ; 4
stand' for the same principalthat' off with a stinging double local 0..1....... To .....1... THe 1.1rras SIIiv. I II
0 I have always stood for economyIn I that fell ;Just Inside the left field lads scored 17 points for third >ia; And Kee ic of liege I. $1.25NOON I
ependlna and lower tax**. Your place. The> City Of II....... Heq-lrlHK
vote and support. will be really foul line In the fourth inning af.tel' 'rae O.....r Or Onraent Of io.. c "
lie will continue to support appreciated. : third baseman Jim Godwin Sports lover are urged to get 'I'. Obtain A Llcen.. FroiH YS.e'ft.y I TO S P.M. I : GA'
-E. l. Crawford. behind the baseball and Of "Htarke' for iCs.Do.
had received ;walk and had been w
the Old People Dependent Kent lei ..I4 thy lleqejIrlB All arcH$1'
FOR COt'KITVUlSTHICr COWMt"SIONER sacrificed' second on a perfect earns. They need moral, as l>or. To H. .......1.... Kr Raklm

Child I r e n, the TWO bunt laid down Jack well as monetary support. Bvfor- Iwiiiaare Of L.leiwi. :
Tto tha Votera of County Commlaaioner by Eaves, P..rl.'.* U..... Of Chief Of .
Blind and School Teach. : District I Number Two, North short stop. .Godwin came home on Peillv Or Otker. .Police. Officer.Is .' s., lIB /. .t.;
Starke: : _.l>OrlalH ... AM Pr.. By Reservation Only ,
ers. 1 hereby announce my candidacy the play for the first run of the Dogs InoculatedAt .....1.11( Pe..ltlKor Vlouillo-. ,1 A.I iia1nd
for County Commissioner aubject to game.In WHBKKAH! it has come to th* attention Phone Starke 16 ""
the will of the Democratic Voters Light Plant of the City Council of the aI"I RONALD PATRIOA ."
0 In the Primaries In May.I the bottom halt of the same City of Htarke, that dog are' run. BARBARA HALE
am a llfelonar resident. of Bradford nlnlng Palatka came back and tied Saturday MorningA ning at large In said City and d REAOAH..NM1 IQC[I
County; I am a property owner W II IREA8.! the running at large
and a tax payer and I am familiar. up the score on a couple of Annie of dogs. In the City of !stark! constitute AVERY INN Ilu Latent New &. "Sltka 'Sue"

lIe Will Appreciate :':"t..rthnl': of' b the*tax of payer the property Oakleys and a stolen base. veterinarian will be at the I health l *and menace safety and to the la Inimicalto public Cartoon .. Plus Cartoon .t Silo

4 If you elect I me as your CountC'onml.slon.r In the very next Inning; the fifth.! city light and water plant In the general public welfare, and

I promise I to war WHICR )AtI. after due and careful .... .. .. .
Your Vote and .
Active for Interest of district Jack Starke morning --- --- --------- -- -- _ -
the beet my Walnwrlght came up after Saturday April consideration It lit the opinion of 'J" __---
and of the County and sincerely Davis led off with ball left the City' Council of the of
pledmy beet efforts to secure a a fly to 8. at 0.30: o'clock! for the purposeof stark, that reasonable, rule City andregulations
Support reduction In the tax burden borne field and poled a smashing double
bjr my people. -. Into vaccinating dogs In compliance the be adopted regulating t Return EMORY PRICE to Congress
right-center. Next came keeping of-dotr" In said
Your vote and suoport Is solicited with the City.
new city or 1nance.
and will be aDoreclated. Thomas with a single to left. NOW THEREFORE::

Weld Political.AdY.) Sincerely yours I.. I, RenfroeJACUZZI Now the boys seemed to be getting All dog licenses must be renewed H IT l-.L BY THE' CITY '
to the Palatka hurler and Strick- by April 30. and licenses will S-PAKKK. BKADFOKD COUNTY

land kept at It with another singleto not be Issued unless a vaccination FLORIDA.. IN REGULAR SKSSIOrI .
A MYERS Center coring Wainwright and certificate is presented by the dog SRPTION I THAT FROM AND
WATER SYSTEMS moving Thomas to third. Thus owner. AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATEOF : '

the threat fizzled with Hartman unlawful'.'1118 ORDINANCE for any person ft shall firm b or* "Feet On The Ground'

flying out to short. Sunrise Service lain any Id'.iowrttrn: hPClf; main limit -

Keystone Well & Pump Co. Hazen was masterful on the of the City of ritarke, without firs X

mound throwing as Catcher Wain.wright Keystone making; application for and obtain-

... '
Ing license from the City Clerkof ,
directed and held the Maroons the City of Stark for each dog : Or T'
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA. scoreless until the last of I Tt. Young People's Society of k..nt In said City
SECTION!: I. Before Issuing any II_
the seventh. The Infield imported the Community Church. under the cense aa provided for herein the H.j '" .
SERVING STARKE & VICINITYPIPE him with utter disregard for safety -' direction of Mrs. F. M. Walrath City Clerk shall demand and the

PUMPS fielding and throwing like pro' Jr, :will hold a Sunrise Easter person certificate BO applying signed by; shall a veterinarianor furnish a "Head In The Clouds?

fessionals. Service at Keystone Heights other qualified person, author!
CUT & THREADED SERVICED .d to make Innoculatlone, that the ,
Again In the sixth Inning Hazen Beach. Each year a greater dog for which a license I I. sought \ .

got on base via the error route' number of young and old take accordance baa. been Innoculated for rahl* In

and part In the Sunrise Service of the with accepted and pre. '
stole third. then came home scribed standards.
on Harold Davis squeeze bunt. At young folks and a large crowd SECTION 3. Upon makingprop*... The Congressman for you Is a man who pays attention to the A B G!*
application. on forma furnished by: of the things and District
Is expected this Easter. you your need.
this time the score stood 31. still the City and furnishing the C.r.
not enough to win as was Communion Service will be heldIn tlflcat of Innoculatlon' required In
proven R ctlon t
later. the I Community Church on license' : fee hereof of ONE and OL'.AR upon paying($1.00)which ; a Emory Price is such a man. He has his feet on the ground. He'*

Good Friday evening at 7:30: o'- la hereby imposed the City sound and .solid
Come In In the seventh inning BHS added clock. Clerk Khali Issue to the applicant and he has PRACTICAL imagination. He is definitely

two more runs (which proved to a linens In the form of a matalll NOT a "head in the clouds" dreamer.

See' The Wonderful New be the margin of victory) on a attached Identification to, the tag dog-which for which hall II be-

double by Godwin and a single by Funeral Sunday sued eenne hereunder I is obtained shall, All expire I license.on April I is. Your Congressman! In your special In Congren" Price wa a key m&JIII

left fielder Norbert! Hartman. and For Mrs. Waters SO In CongrvM. He's GOT to know getting big! Navy Installation for
an error by Putnam High's third SECTION 4. That from and after
Speed Queen Washing Machine
baseman. the effective date of this ordinance. the proMrmit of his district. Family District,
Mrs. Edith Ttuvuts \Vaters. 29 any person firm or corporation.

Then came the Maroon's rally of Lawtey. died ..t week In a doa owning within, keeping the city or maintaining Limit of any the problems. Farmer's problem Whit... Price wa and I I. against wa lr I"

Philco Deluxe Refrigerator 219.50 which almost overtook the Torna- Jacksonville hospt'f fallowing a City of Stark. Florida.. without collor worker' problems" Labor's prob. government spotting. He'* against itS

does. Hazen Issued a base on brief Illness. She was a native ofBakir complying this ordinance with ahall.the 'provision upon convlc of I....... Bunlneaa problems. It's tilt Job much bi lne*.* In government and 5"

Philco FREEZER 193.00 allj.t and then came the top of County and had resided at tlon. b* guilty of a misdemeanor to fight the battle of hi. District. gala..t SOCI.\USM In any form.

the batting order for Palatka. Lawtey for the past 12 years. PrI'- man
a family
Wells smashed Funeral services Emory Price hsw flne'contrmulonmlRecord. tax-paying
a single to center. were held Sun a
Electric with wife ami two children" at. I"
Philco Range 129.95 putting one on first and second. day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in I II. did his duty well. Price knows

Mathews slammed a line down to the Oakgrove Baptist Church Who Pays The Bills Li for ALL of the ......plfl. all of the, time. and worries.family problem"potIslblJlUt1t".

second baseman Row who dropped with Rev. J. D. Williams officiat He can't be BOSSED
LAWN MOWERS 10.95 by any special
It with a chance for a triple ing. Interment was In the Oak- In Case of Sickness He Price believe In grasa-rooU ..AJnI'rI.croup' -

play at hand. and filled the bases. grove Cemetery. MAIL THIS COUPON fence or..pe. never straddles cani..m. Itch fight to protect' (lIe .".

Philco' 12'/>in. Television 199.95 Then came a wild pitch which scored Surviving are her husband Her- -double-talk.*, dodgr" 1 Iwiiien or give' you merican way of life.
- - You ALWAYS know
one run; a fly ban to center schel Waters and five sons John Price .I* the kind of man oar Dl"trlr
by Miller scored another. with Allen Herschel Eugene James Paul Raymond. Agent where Price stand need!

0 e two away. Hazen decided he Dewey. Charles Wayne. and Rudolph -, Estate Life Ins. Co.

had had enough and promptly Jerry all/ of Lawtey. .
struck out the last batter. The Box 95, Starke Fla.

first victory for BHS was assur Recent Births Pleaee send me eoMpleta Vote To Return C

C. H. Nasworthy Gen. SuppliesE. ed.Tuesday night on the home Recent births In Shadycrest Hospital .. Information Hospital Plan on of the Hospital Estate EMORy

diamond BHS attempted to makeIt were: Protection.Namet PRICEto

Call St. Starke. Fla. two In a row over Branford I Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Brewer 01 .____,

High School. and everything hap Starke. a girl Kay Frances, or I

pened but snow. March 22. Adre**> ._ j,.. ,.- CONGRESS

The game was progressing Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Price ol f .

nicely as far as Coach Funder- Starke. a boy, Joseph Marion,, on I LrLLrLfwu _
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