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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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MAR 1 G 1951



Rejects Bids On New Unit;




Re-advertise At "A Later Date BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH :;I



lotion the bid of the
to accept Fairbanks Morse Coma Official
proposed new unit for the mu.nicipallight and water County Publication Established In 1879 4fl1OlX3IB

t'o' as rejected by the City Council at a special meeting \ : u .. .-." '__ ..
: .
close 3-2 vote. SEyENTwO
,hn' night- in a .... STAR u;:. FI. RIDIFRU).,,'. !\U.ROI 16.19111 -- -
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'" :;Welding:;; vote climaxed a bid received. The '' .. .. NUl\rnER T1UR'M'-FI'' r
-
week attorney advised -- -
held last by -- .
,h meeting Board of Bond the body that In his opinion the Berries -

,\\1 and the to reach ain bids were legal. Escape .. ..
attempt Court: To
: in this all matter Several local citizens attended .:!r64Jy2"v1 .. ; Hear Habeas Corpus Plea

meeting on March the meeting and P. M. Barefoot & ; .-

regular set for opening bids on and J. T. Quigley former councilmen Damage In Late b \ ?II"! Of McCool
ia And
and bond trustees ___ Corbin
AM.
unit, the Fairbanks Morse Sparks a former and S. E. ,;J I Monday :
the only concern councilman ,
was '"
spoke In favor of buying Cold OnslaughtBradford ,.I. A hearing will be
a bid. and the Coun- Fairbanks held at 10 o'clock Monday )
morning before
g Morse ;
equipment. .v" .. Circuit
action be taken Barefoot and Judge A. Z. Adkina in
.
1 that no the
Quigley said that their I ... ,', _i. ,... :. here on a petition for county courthouse
Wlhc-r! study expressionswere .... ". -'<'. t: a writ of habeas filed 1
based on their County's 1931 .;, ,. by corpus Saturday-
fmloatlons were received previous experience straw ': attorneys for Claude James McCool
and
In the operation of Fair. berry crop got by "by the skin of .. .. (hub! ) Corbin now being held Marion Syme companies stating Its teeth" ,', ,' I : without bond on
era banks Morse units. Wednesday ;'., M. I warrants for
morning ,, murder in
excluded from bld- '.,, connettlon with the death of
.f.
were when the .: '. ), Claude Beaver
Mayor J. R. mercury dipped to 31 .; '.. young
at truck I
as re- Wainwright Inquired .'. q :;' '. driver on :March 3.
Hthe specifications as to the the Frost Warning Service station ft .. .. ,"' 'I J' c' ;! "'" I I .....__h.L.. ;
advlxlablllty of / '
the Bond Trustees.Knowing east of .. "' It ""''''' .' jnrougn tneir
"li
'f' attorneys P.
y Starke / ,
spending but saving :. ; .4,1' .. I Guy 1
$130.000 for winds \ ,jJ
a new unit '-. .. .. "'" "q' .. '
:
day wired bids kept frost E 'f, ,' :; .. I. Sheriff Crews and E
when additional power required at from forming and dam- ''J'" ,}'''J '''. ,. ,'1 :".' ::: l; "" Arrests John Nelson of
ived from the Baldwin peak loac* times. can be obtained age to fruit and bloom was described 4 ,q : c'' i"" ': :;: I I Two On Jacksonville McCool and Corbin '
I ChargeOf
Wlton Corporation ($133- through the as negligible. i' t __ ', il '; '. c'j'; \ .'. allege that
city's tie-In with .I.II i' : ,1'1 ". they "are ,
Manufac- II' / .C unlawfully
Nordberg -: : .
the and REA at 1.6 cents per kilowatt. The An earlier prediction of even I "Jj. ;", ", .",,1'i" ; ;"''i.\\'.. \ ,>\"\ ".w,'" .. ",, '" ,, .'. -" ', Hauling Liquor and Illegally restrained of their J'
.
1)132,300)) a special bodiesd city's cost of producing Is estimated more intense cold for Thursday 1 "., I, ", '" ,./"," ."' "J" ", ,'.". .'' "," 'f..'. ,,'\ .I' '\ \;. liberty", and are being held Incommunicado
two .
the
of ,: Pernett
feting at 1.1 cents. morning was later '!Ii." :." ; ... .It, ,"" Sylvester Jones and Lee- and
I revived "
the being
denied
{ (or Wednesday night After the I cold front pressingon as ..:. ,,'1' ..' ,, '". '''' .'" /\1",,. \I'' ,. ," /' ; : watlta Brown both colored men The petition states that bail
discussion. Chairman Florida ; ) "there has
The Fairbanks Morse : n' with home addresses
In Don
front .
the la.i been
Mid-West no lawful
Demorest asked if any memberof was averted, ..'.1' \ .. ,: warrant or Indict.
,,129,838. In the nick of time. I ".;"." I' ; \ i I I were arrested here Monday night ment filed
the Board cared The low readIng against said
meeting the Council and tion. .to offer a mo here Thursday .. .. : ; I'In connection with the transport! I er.". petition.

Truxtees following an 34. morning was ., nf Illicit whinkpy. I
session, decided that the Bond Trustee George Flynn, Sr. ;i .,.. Sheriff Red'Uali.; who Judge Adklns stated that the

.>ld over-and that a joint moved that the Board recommend From Friday through Wednes ;: -.. r from Ralford' was returning hearing will likely be held In the

it called for 8 p.m. Frl- to the City Council the acceptance day 1.339 crates of berries passed .,, ... .. mmplcloii.i when he noted became courtroom sluice wide spread
of the bid through the the p.cuitar "- interest
In
submitted State the
d h 9 at which time the by Fairbanks Farmers Mar .. actions of the case will probably

ultl 'onHliler drafting new Morse & Co. The motion ket at an average of $8.15, bring .. .rJP' ... .. ; by Jones' which wan car driven attract a large number of spec
for was seconded by Titus Olson and ing growers a gross return of ..:., : :: apparently tators. At this time the Judge
calling new 'i\ will
and serving as
",1113 unanimously $10,910.18. .. ,, ._. '. a pilot or convoy for decide whether
adopted. Jt'i '" or not the
evidence
.' the car containing the whlnkey.
: .l brought
_
the
Motion The by
then 1931: --------- State Is
third meeting last Frl- was made by season, long delayed, The car driven by Jones would sufficient
R. F, Demorest, chair.the Councilman L. O. Hazen that the by the coldest winter weather In I run ahead of the other car to continue holding_ thft....- rf--M"f.n"_."-".a
Bond Trustees rereading Council accept the recommendation at least 10 years opened mamma- As the first batch of concrete get this new enterprise.A I then drop behind, the Sheriff a while, without ball or whether they may
i was poured Into the foundation of FACTORYBUILDING' re- be released
of the minutes of the Bond Trustees to purchase piclously last Friday when 70'' local corporation was formedfor ported.. under bond.

"ard's meetings held on the unit as bid by Fairbanks crates were sold on the Starke's new factory building last the purpose of selling stork to When Brown got Into Starke An atopsy report now In the

23, Feb. 7 and Feb. Morse. The motion was seconded Saturday brought 43 more market.// week Bradford Guy Andrews president of finance construction of the building the Sheriff stopped him and found hands of State's Attorney T. 1':.

|vlng and recommending by Councilman P. L. Bridges. Vote but the warm sun Development Enterprise which will be leaned to the ,,40 gallon of "shine" In the Duncan declares 'that Beaver was

5e of a diesel generating I Im upon this motion was as follows: weekend got in some good work Inc Is pictured above shaking Slceloff company for 20 yeais.. To I When Jones, who had car. dcntl before his body was burned
hands
Yeas: P. L. Bridges. I O. and business I with D. S. Slceloff Jr.. president date some 83 Individuals and bu.sl- dropped In the automobile
800 to 850: KW capaci. Hazen. was brisk Monday, i some distance ,bohlnil. In which he was
Nays: Wm. T. Jackson. JamesA. with 732 crates reaching the plat of the company which will STARTED ness. firms have: subscribed tr I J the .sheriff arrested nlm came also up, found March 3. The report! gives
Lewis H. A. form. lease the building for the manufacture around $30,000( In stock In the I I and the cause. of
[ asked B. S. Johns superof Bishop Jr. Tuesday's total was 328, of work both men are now In jail here NO death Duncan stated,
the light plant toport Councilman Jackson pointed out and Wednesday's 166. is Senator clothes. At left corporation. Sales will be continued -1 bond has been set yet. but he would not release this Information -

I of operating data that one of his objections to buyIng Good rains early In the week while J. M. Charley E. Johns. Actual construction of the and If all the money necessary at this time.

[ the daily operating the unit at this time was the did much to help the berry plants the Edwards contract for who wa.a.warded building climaxes .some four cannot be rained In this way arrangements -I The body of Beaver, a former

the plant. Johns recom-! I fact that two of the bids were that were beginning to suffer from the building', Is directIng constructing months of effort on the part of have been made- tobotl'ow Red Cross Total resident! of Dalton 0<&., was. found

a unit of from 800 made by telegrams with nothing lack of moisture. Quality of the concrete at local Interests to bring the work the balance. charred almost beyond recognition

paclty be purchased to appearing thereon to Identify them fruit now is described. as excellent. pouring right clothes factory to Starke. Mr. Slceloff stated that he In the gasoline-soaked back seat

(of the present and futurethe a. being bids the telegrams were and bushes are loaded with bloom.If Construction of the 63.000 When it was learned last fall start operation here with wil'l Reaches $1,578 on an automobile belonging to

light plant. opened by the City Clerk in due the weather warms up over building Is going forward at a that the Slceloff Manufacturing 125 employees, mostly white Claude McCool about 4 a. m.

time the bids were read course of business, and thereforeIt the weekend It Is expected that rapid pace. The foundation and fill Co. of Lexington, N. C. was seeking i: en. and estimated that hU March 3. The automobile was

Mr. Demorest request-. was his opinion that the city there will be from 1,000 to 1,300 work has been completed and a site for the location of a I roll will range from $ )paY-I The Bradford County Red Cross parked between the residences. of

A. BI hop. Jr. call for should not accept any of the bids crates of fruit on the market Mon. everything is In readiness for branch plant In Florida leaders $4,00 weekly. He expects the plant Drive rearfiM a total of 11.378.37 McCool and COI bin on South

i from City Attorney G. received that bids would be re- day.Plant pouring the floor over the large here went to work with the determination to be ready to go Into productionby I thin week according to Incomplete Street.

I as to the legality of the advertised at a lated date. City had 2.992 crates TIIM- 23,04)0"! square foot area. that Starke should 'July 1. j I reports received bv Dovl ('nnn.e

day at an average of 14 1-8 cents _.- _----_ I Fund Campaign Cha ;;'I'i ; Negro Accused


eeds Better Fire Alarm System per' as pint poor but, and quality the season was described Is expected :-- Midget And Junior Graham Elected Noon Day ServicesTo I Bradford This. amount County.U far short of the Of Shooting

to wind up there soon. Baseball ProgramsTo Mark Holy WeekIn 1, $2,701 goal set for Bradford At Came Wardens


Piclt| t SaydaRotaryJalkestlon Rites Monday Start Soon Head of C of C Methodist ChurchHoly I all County workers and Mr.to redouble Conner Is their urging ef.I Elliott (Doc) TUon Negro, has

Herb i forts In order been released' under
Thomas, Coach of the Week will be observed In 1 I that the campaign $500 appear
For H."O. ,Lawson local American .Legion Mltlg iV .. t th. First Methodist Church of I I might bn comph-leVl, within the ance bond In connection with ashoflInR'.I

that Starka need Long Time ResidentHenry and Junior Baseball team announced W. H. Craharh was elected Starke with special Noon Day' next few-days. ?_ Incident said wto have OCol'urr..of

equate system for use In from matches and cigarettes: yesterday that he would gut president of the Stark Chambel services Monday through Friday I' Bradford, County citizens or on the banks of ''Sampson

fire alarms was made thrown carelessly Into rubbish. For Oscar Lawson 72 longtime the various baseball programs In from 12:03 to 12:30.: In the Methodist business organization that have Lake Sunday night. March 4.

hief C. W Pickett In ate this reason he urged that proper resident of Starke. died high gear In the next few weeks. of Commerce at the annual educational building. It was not yet been contacted are strongly Three wildlife. officers. Miller

the Rotary Club Wed- ty owners be more diligent In Saturday March 10. following a Coach Thomas, plans to start trainIng election of officers held In the. announced this week by tile Rev. I urged to make their contribution Johns Carlton Chastaln, and L.

keeping their premises clear of lengthy Illness. A native of Stewart with the'Midget Baseball chamber office at 1 p. rn. Monday Thomas G. Mitchell. The public I I fitltfr to Mr. Conner one of the I I O. Berry state that several
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Chief said that certain all trash old lumber, papers etc. County, Georgia he had engaged League In two or three weeks and J. P. Roberts was elected vice cordially Invited to attend. Red Cross workers' or to Mls negroes were wading around 'Itt

file: city are almost entlret He suggested this eight-point In farming until 111 health. to start with Junior I.eglon Teamas president Chan. Theme for the week will be the Lillian Stump treasurer. the lake shooting fish. with the

telephone service. a fact program for a fire-safety Inspection forced his retirement. soon as school I. out. lie stat and Mrs. Marian Shepherd Howe treasurer "Events In the Life of Jesus. during The Sin ike business section aid of flashlights that Sunday

metimes causes danger- : He was a member of the Wood ed! that the time and place of elected executive was, re- the Last Week". Special lead the lint of group contribu night.It .

In getting word concern 1. Clean out the basement to get man of the World and the First meeting to be called for all boy secr..tary.Planll ipeakers invited to give the noonday Inns with a total of $1,'029.12 con win reported that the

ocation of a fire to the rid of combustible rubbish. Baptist Church, serving as a deacon Intereatttd In playing In the for the membership driveIn meditations. are' as follows: tributed as follows. : started. shooting at the negroes wildlife

nt. 2. Use covered metal bins for for many years. Midget League ,will be announcedIn April with O. L. Llnuln af Monday Marrh in Rev H. K) Humphreys Gold Corp. $I 18,21i; officer. and then made their get-

ed that while a system of rags and packing materials. Surviving are four daughtersMrs. a few days. chairman were discussed.. Simmons. former minister' of the j Florida. Bank at Starke and em away In a truck. The officerssaid

Ire alarm boxes would be 3. Store flammable liquids Ir Frank Castleberry and Mrs.J. Local Legion Post CommanderA. St. Mark's Episcopal Church. ployees. ll.if: Stump's Store and they trailed the truck to TI.on' -

pensive to purchase and bulk In metal cabinets flre-resls- C. Turlington Auburndale: Mrs J. Thomas Jr., stated that the Funeral Saturday I Tuesday. March 20\) I>r. Jnlnh Co.employees. J30; Andrews Motor house, but so far have been

methiiig might be worked tlve rooms or outside the building Dave Swindell, Lakeland and Mrs. 19AO: Junior Baseball program For Birt Dval I Nenle, minister. Keystone 130; Bradford High Srhonl unable to learn what other negroes I

acing telephones In vart"Us 4. Get an experienced electricianto A. B. Woodham, Jacksonville; five both nationally and In the State of Heights Community Church. l>r, teachers' 132.30; Lrivett's and em were present at th. scene.

of town to be used do your wiring, and have him sons Marvin L., Ewell Henry A., Florida were the most successfulin Blrt G. Dyal. 68. a lifelong resident Meals Is a Presbyterian. Minister. ployees 120.25( ; Bradford County Tlson wai arrested on a warrant

ase of fire. He said this check wiring periodically. and James T. Lawson all of the history of the Legion sponsored of Bradford County died at formerly connected with West Koch's Telegraph and employees' $29; for aisault with Intent to

atly speed up the turn- 5. Replace worn extension cords Starke. and William Lawson of program. He said that the his home five miles south of minister College In New Wilmington and and Carpenters drug stores commit murder.

alarms In many cases I 6. Have your heating system Inspected Auburndale; and two sisters Mrs. Legion's plans for the 1931 (Sliver Starke on Thursday, March 8. Pa. I $27 employees $27: K. S. Matthew

|'I I result in saving by an experienced repair- Mattle Kirkland. Opelika. Ala. Anniversary) program are for the He born Wednesday March -Chaplain I, ; Hercules Powder Co.. Jonep IMPORTANT
some I was In Bradford Coun. Funeral
leh man. and Mrs. Leila Bllssett, Miami' continued advancement of this L A. Shepherd. State Farm. I Home, Wall's Insurance.
would otherwise be ty on January 26 1883, a son of 'Agency A & I' I ,NOTICKOPS ;
Beach. Americanism Thursday, March 22Rev. I : Store. Hog-in
before the department 7. Work out a "safe smoking"plan youth program the late Alexander and Nancy MEETING
n the Funeral services! were held in under the guidance end leadership Thomas O. Mitchell. Smith Florida power &: Light Co..
location of the fire with your employees to prevent Dyal. He operated his farm sue- If. A.
fiefs, suggestions seemed needless fires. Set aside the First Baptist Church Monday of the Legion a program In whichto cessfuly until 111 health forced his Friday March -Special Good.. Bishop, $23 each; D. F. Two representatives of the Jacksonville .

with favor from the definite safe smoking area 01 afternoon at 3 o'clock with Rev.L. date eight million boys have retirement' several years ago and Friday services led bv Mr. Mitchell j Knight $20; Starke Tout Office Office of price Stabilization .
embers D. Haines officiating. Intermentwas taken part. with Miss Virginia Sewell as guest employee $18; John Torodn $13. will be at the courthouse In
I
most of whom specify smoking periods. wall widely known throughout this Contributors
In the family plot In Crosby. soloist I of $10 each: Mrs Starke tonight (Friday) for the
I alarm approval of some more 8. Inspect your shop or store Lake Cemetery under the direction Foster MemorialTo area. Holy Communion will. be ad- .1. T, Quigley L. A, Davis. Green purpose of Instructing1 Bradford
system. carefully before leaving for the Survivors Include his widow Buick Co. Cor-a-Cnl .
of DeWItt C. Jones. mlnlsteriH on Maundy Thursday Co., Brownle County merchants. the
pissing the cause of fires day. Many serious. fires break out Offer ConcertOn Mrs. Alma Dyal; six suns, Pete Bro concerning
evening. March 22, at 7:30: p. m. said that many result when the store Is closed.IOf Dyal. Stark, : Charlie Dyal: Wesconnett Johns Insurance. Agency Gem Jew. March 29 deadline.
York Rite Palm
Rally SundayThe
;. Blrt Dyal Jr., Ocala; elry. K. K. Perrjrnian. |
New Drive In
Will Be HeldIn Horace O. Dyal Hampton: Jerry Courthouse. employees $9; Guy Mrs. Marian Howe, secretary of
Breaking And Entering Causes Loss first annual Palm Sunday the Starke Chamber of Commerece
Dyal Edward B For ,
Hampton: and Open Business '
Andrews $ 4; Starke Telephone Co.
concert at the recently dedicated I I
In Starke And Maxville GainesvilleA Dyal. U. S. Air' Alaska who announced the meeting stated
Force ;
Lawtey employee* $8.Contributors 1.I .
Stephen Foster. Memorial will be On Temple Avenue that all business
men are
urgedto
five McKln-
Mrs.
daughters,
York Rite Rally, sponsoredby held at 2:30: p. m. this Sunday. Mary I I of $.1 each are: A take advantage of this

uth.Cooper.has 16-year-old Dried off front door $2 I In silver Gainesville Chapter No. 2, R. Mrs. Lillian Sounders, secretary 01 ney.. Sampson; Mrs. Nellie Par. The new Central Restaurant and .1. Thomas., H. P. Morgan. A. Z to hear the complicated opportunity new-
pleaded guilty rlsh. Bayard; Mrs. Clara Hershey .. Adklnn, J. R. Frank Lan-
charges missing.A A. M. and Pilgrim CommanderyNo. Florida's, Stephen Foster. Memorial Drive-In on Temple Av la now Kelly ors structure explained.The .
of breaking and Bayard Mrs. Berlin Durham .
and major theft occurred at Grif- 7, K. T.. Will be held In Commission said yesterday ; open and featuring "good wholesome drum. Western Auto K. T. Shull
one of petty larceny, Jacksonville) and Peggy/ Dyal food", according to Ralph I... I Brown Derby K. G. Duncan Doyle regulation seta out .what
> tic Bros. store near Maxwell Monday Gainesville on Tuesday evening "The Commission leant
w In the plans at
Starke 13 nine each retailer has to do to
and
county Jail ; grandchildren( the Cleaners Canova's.. DrlggenT. comply
Yarbray. manager. Yarbray says
night when unknown partiesgained March 20 at the Masonic Temple four major concerts each and
i-ntence year and how
by Judge E. K. great grandchildren; three brothers "we will'' be open from 11 a. m. Bradford Hardware. Harry: Houston to compute prices under
the front served
will be promptlyat
entrance through Supper we are fortunate to be able tostart
David Dyal Hampton; Enoch featuring I. P. Shepherd L. G. Powell. the new stabilization program.
until midnight day
Reddish door and made away with some 8 p. m. and Immediately thereafter the Palm Sunday series with every Items covered by the Include .
said that Cooper Dyal Cocoa. and Albert Dyal steaks and seafood." Van's Cafe. Colonial. Florist. Prevatt's regulation
$lIliO ,worth of merchandise. Includ- the gathering will be addressed the 300-plece University of Florl-
Orlando Lois clothing for
and two sisters Mrs. men women.
; The restaurant. will neat 31persons Garage Tuck's Drive Inn.
icing| ing 60 pounds of sugar khaki. by Mormon C. Bdwards 1a band anti the University's SC I new and children shoes for
into the entire
Edwards Fannie
PepsiColaand Stirke, and Mrs. In the modern dining H. A. Lawson" T. II. McNeil. II. V ,
and shirt a .32 pistol some Eminent Grand Commander, member men's glee club" Mrs.
taking about two pants Brown Elizabeth: City. N. C and accommodate about 73 I Knight, Stefanelll's. D. T. Thomar family all household commoditiessuch )
hams and RO cartons of cig Grand Commander of Florida Saunders said. room
"I picnic ,
sheets
drinks as blankets, curtains: ,
Alvarez Kdwanl
Funeral services were held Sat. cars in the adjoining parking lot. Lumber Co.. Store -
''nj Into Lester Prevatt'llion arettes. It Is believed that this job This!! will be an open meetingand "We are anxious. to make this a urday March 10. In Santa Fe Prompt and courteous. .service. I' Burn and all furniture rugs and lamps.The .

and taking about was done between midnight and all Master Masons. are cordially family div," she continue! There Cemetery with Rev. Bob Gray. administered by a staff of 10. I B. T Thomas employees. ".!lIi; Florida Retailers Association
'* tax 1:30: am.. the Sheriff said. Invited to attend. Is. no admission. either to the Memorial -
money and some pastor of the Hampton BapU..t.Church. with three waitresses. working Hoover Bros and employees. $3; has asked a 30-day( extension
1'8. Another loss was also recently Park or to the concert except Cliff Hazen $3 Edward. Grocery. of the March 29 deadline
of which he was a member outside at all times. :
rare-capped tire from reported at the Bradford entered County U of F AlumniTo the usual. 23c parking fee for officiating. Wilson Funerallfome Yarbray who was formerly associated -I Sarah Lawson Howard Drugs I for filing the price charts but so

!lie| Service Station on Telegraph. where someone Meet March 23A. each car. The big picnic area on Lake City. was In charge with the Life and Casualty New Method Cleaner_ *. Harley far this has not been granted.Zinnia .
Ve. over the weekend and made away the banks of the Suwannee RiverIs -
of Strong Hollywood PhotographersDr.
arrangem..ntl.Hogs Insurance Co. her Intarke :
ring the Bradford with around a dozen Esterbrook of ample to take care of hundred Marco Pastime Bar, Fire Department '
CoiuiI J. Thoma. Jr.. president was connected with the I Show
apll I and taking a stap- fountain pens and Scotch tape. 'the Bradford County UnlversltyofFlorida of families If they .wish to bring a Are Getting restaurant busIness. In Atlanta for employees $2 each. I

''ne and a pair of scissors Better start double locking your Alumni Club, stated that picnic lunch." ; 17 years prior to moving here. I Contributing $1 earn were Pine' Entrants UrgedTo
Reddish doors and leaving a hlght light on Mrs. Saunders added that the 'Highway Happy' Forest Court E. C. Williams, Col-
said that the the club meeting originally scheduled ; The Yarbray's have two children Plant Now
op was. also recently folks. for the night of February 23 Museum Building, with eight three Owners Warned attending grammar school 'Icy Insurance: Co.. Starke Motor

to and among the articles will be held Instead on Friday dimensional animated dioramas Larry 10. and Tommy 9. They Court. Farm Security Agency Those Interested In entering

Issmg were some pen- Board To Inspect night.! March 23. at 8 o'clock at depicting Foster songs will be Felix Sullivan the deputy assigned have resided. In Stirke for about Park Theatre Ruby Johns Simpson zinnias In the Annual Zinnia Show

r'. sandy, and Ice cream. New Jail Again the American Legion Hall. open both before and after the the duty of keeping livestock C year, and they both say its Bicycle Shop Olson's.. S. K. I. this June are urged by Miss. Dorothy -

"OWner, denied doing University of Florida officials concert. from wandering on public home to them now. Spark Jesse New..om.V.. A.Besspnt Ross Home Demonstration

I This Morning ulll attend the meeting fit which The Memorial Park will be open highways In Bradford County Llbby'n Garage, McGrlff I I Agent to plant their seed this

'Iff said that the can >time films on last year's Florlda- from 9.on: a. m. It Ia located at states that some livestock. ownerS Tax Books To Close Motors, Tiny's Service Station. Adolph month.

''t and agricultural build. I Bradford County Commissionsrs Georgia Tech football game and White Springs 12 mile. North of are getting careless about keep. Guy Torode's Chevrolet I Where practical. It Is best to

IS were also recently will meet at 10 o'clock another this Inspection the annual Homecoming parade Lake City on U. S. 41. Ing their hogs off the roads. Tax Collector J. R Kelly reminds -! Florida Fuel. Sullivan's. F. C. Hot. plant your zinnias In the gardenso

to Some tools were re- I morning (Friday) for will be shown. He Isn't having much trouble the public that tax books they can benefit from the usual

iSlng from the ag bulld- I of the ne-v county Jail All Bradford County alumni and St. Patrick's Day with cattle Sullivan says, but It'sa I close. on April 1. Unpaid Items llngsworth. cultivation given and close enoughto
The structure was not accepted by of Florida Total contributed from other dis.trlcts .
: University advertised andall
friends of the different story with hogs. will be during May the house to water, If neces
has also been expcrenc.'demic : the Commissioners on the first are cordially Invited to attend Dance ScheduledA wantedto unpaid taxes. will be declared are: sary. Buy seed of a reliable brandIn
The said that he
: "discrepancies" deputy
certain -
of Inspection due to meeting. delinquent by May\ 31. The annual order to
breaking and this of Starke residential section get a good atand.
Issue the
The which the contractor St. Patrick' dance at the warning to owners
sale will be held that
I tax on
d following places to correct. St. Edward's recreation hall will footloose hogs before taking $21461, Smoker $117.30, Lawtey The show Is sponsored by the
< were expected: date.
Monday
night If the new jail Is accepted' this Building PermitsA I be given Saturday evening at 91 action, but that he would have tc $:'16. Mt. Pleasant n I. Hellbronn County Home Demonstration
Post office, front dO"r will be o'clock by the members of the start next Monday Inpoundlna Theresas and Clubs but all persons interestedare
morning arrangements [ Springs S223I
'IJ '*86 reported .nhen the prison $3000 permit for constructionof I Catholic Church. The public Is Invited I those found on the public high RECENT UUiTIIS given a special Invitation to
j jer
made at to move Starke
'101 once Road has Hampton $22. Reno ( ) $93.
drawer. on Alton participate. In the show there will
from the old Jail on the courthouse a residence to attend and tickets may I ways.Ifs. Mr. and Mr. T. A Yawn of the
'fles. entered ',e..n Issued to W L. Thlgpea. A be secured I I Farm announce the birth ofa be zinnias and a miscellaneous
through lawn and Deputy Cecl'l by calling Mr. and Mrs. ask* for cooperatiqn of owners Stale Mr and Mrs Truman King and
one Used remodeling' permit In the amountof LouH I James Caldwell Yawn bornIn group which Includes other cutflow..r
I Dean Starke 246-J be
flashlight re- Sewell. who serves as Jailor will phone In order that they may son
I the week In
5ing. 1300 wa Issued to Freeman Alachua family arc spending ; or potted plants. The shoe
move hIs family Into new quarterIn or calling Mrs. Joe Wallace at saved the fees that are charged the County Hospital
F '"head's ] Stat. Farm. March !S. Wildwood visiting relative will be held In Starke.cil .
store lock I the structure at Pratt and RegUter I I I when stock ls Impounded. I

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Jfc i PAGE TWO: f---- Florida" By Haven Cronhy, Deputy Clerk
K. K. Parrvmnn, Stark,
____ ordanc with plane., apeclflcallon" In ClroilH fnnrt. BrnilforJ (;0..1 for Plf. 89| 4t 330In | Evnn T. Kvana.Neal. IJ. blvana! Jr 1nIIIM VLXnI D,
Court, and auxe.< when-ln plaintiff mil contract documents ralattv Florid In "..np.ry.Porl Atty 10S Law KxrtiHnc: Bulldlnc, Jack- Attys, for P.; "
n...ka Tel Ie ah hall pul>li.n thin Ord.r the theraiu office of the Superintendent of Plaintiff \'... rioyd Lorraine HerR- Florida l. Cfcnneery.Jewell for Plf. ale 4t alga|
Bradford County r l._ Jii fin-nit
g In next. four weekly ueWltneim I'uullc Inatructlon Htarke: Florida, atreaeer Defendant. Plaintiff, va. A. n. Flo..ld.1 Cnnq
I M Swann I. '
offMal lealat In C'lrenlt Court nradford Countr.Kliirldat tapnr q/1M
inh,,ml arid at the office of Hanford W. Uoln Can Nn. I2RII Cane No. Ul9! .
Htark. Klorldu,. thl. March i i,,1'U'.uhltert. Ualn.....llle, Florida Order Of PiibllraHnn A ma lolls To Hw nil. Defendant.l'ohll -mlc.n And Notice "1'oArypmr ,, In Chanrvrr.J. James Eym i u
Ilnlar/lf < lift .
t ESTABLISHED 187B E.; L. MATTHEWS. OWN -- DITOPnbUahvd 7th. mi.OFFICIAL. one net <.t rush pli n. and contract .tpprar HTAI'U OF KI.OHIDV TolClnyil "'VI'M OK" KLOUIIIA Tot W. Thoinaf, Plaintiff. "". O,,r- Ma How.| :,
( HKAI.) A J. ThomaaAM 1 il..i.umentx and forma for. blildlnKmav Lorraine Br. ".tre>.i...r. whose Nx'xnn. whone. rexlAenrs I" A. I[rude Thonuta, Defendant.
It.
'lerk .of Court, lie in-cured by flenetal Contract.iH reiildenr and aridroxi In Unknown' T A. I VP2N ranuf FPO San Francisco I Cane No. 120Order Order or Poohll..n", \.,
HV Hn\nn Cnxhy. Deputy del" from either of laid offices by You Bio rcqulnitl, to appear on California: I Of Puhllrnllon And Nolli' To te-K/j1'1 t'pAVwl' .
i Entcrod u Second }:epu T K\un & Xval. l>. F.vann, Jr.. depositing therewith the um of! April 9tli. 1861. In the aliiivn namfrtCi'Urt on Appear MI'A'IK OP MLnlltlTet ,
"E,*ry Frld.yl7aw and KM Law Kxclmnxi': .' Iliilldlng1 Fifteen Dollara. I II 0.00) In caxh or, and .cau.., win-rein pUlntlrrHrpkn You ar required: to above I appear named I I Qertrudii Thomas, whoa realdencala and add reo. at'h'
Foat Office at [larks Fla.KubMrlptJon lixkxonMII.Floildu money order. which depoelt will/ hirefunded divorce I and ri>tnratlon of April 1 91 h, 1981n! I / the 410 Radnor Ptreet, Nashville, T n.naaaeat You are i '
Matter at the Attyn for Hf a9t! alaq; < upon aubmlnaon! of a noon maiden name. Hradfnrd County Court and<< cauae, Tiradforil wherein plaintifffteeka County April 2nd ij.f. ,|
fide bid and return of aald flans Telnnrkph Hhall ,nuhllxh this Order divorce. You ar. required to appear on Court anb ?,
thla OrderIn ""
1951 la I INiEMBER my .
In
1 Jiihnaon Airrny, Plaintiff, va. I'datt net. for opening. the bid... Any at Stark. Florida thin March "'l1n"... my hand' and official neat i neeka divorce.' : hrhlllc ': Vttnet next four "\
11.60 For Sit. Months Fred Alidi-iKon' Mcf'oy. DefendantCaea I additional ante requested for purnoNea 51 h. mi. I at "Htarke .Florida thin MarchOFFCIAL T..l itraph ahall P. Urderi seal al (HtarK< m\, .)ji, "'"
*2.ftO Annually No. 8212: other, than the aubmlaalon. ol ., 7th. IA3L In next four weekly lanuep.11'Itnnsa '"
A. J. Thoman
SEAL ary PAth ]
1951
1 ., at the actualnxt (OFFICIAL SRAL) A..T Thonma.Aa official.
bid will be furnlahed ( hand and
I.dnlr Publication nd Police TrI a An Clerk of Court Clerk of urtHy my (OFFICIAL, ,,il|,
'. To of duplication but without 1'- ClerkA. neat at Kinrke. Florida thl* February ,
>it nr II r\ : OP PI.OHII ny Kaven rrnntiv. Deputy Haven Crnahy l Deputy ClerkChan
HnvPt
Fred Andtrfton Mc'oy. whose residence fund. I J Thomas, Jr., Atarke Florida.S 204-05 Guaranty. l.lfAttyil. .. 28th, 1II5J.OFFH"IAL By ,
In Unknown : IRIA,IarP' quallf'Icatlona muat l>eatl | 4t also H. Hem 39| 4t 3130 ( .;A Irk A. J. Thomaa, T. Frank Lnn-li
You pea required to appear nn .. .factory" lo the Hoard of Public for Plf. An of ..aM, Court AMv for Hlf 1

I [L'6'11t1ra April" Ath 19M. In the above namedI'imrt Innt ruction. .oC Bradford" County In C'lrenlt fnnrt. Drudftird ronnty, In flrenlt Court llradfnril Connlr.Kliirlilnl .
.
and catloc, wherein plaintifffk Florida. "'Inr'd.' In Chancery.L.OIIIR I In ( hniirerrWilliam .
... i TxIPRrAnh J Hhall! puhlleh thin O'd..r.1 of Hradfurd County Florida re- Jnnephlne PIMarao, Defendant. Catherine O'llara Palmer Defendant.Caa .
iI 'In next four weekly' Ispuea.t1'Itnxaa Prrvea the r'Kht' to waive Infonnalltlea Cana. No. BPTPOnlae No 821 From where I sit..JyJoe
I my, hand and arflclal I aaal, t 111 any bid and to reject any or Order Of I'libllrntlon And Notice To M'
/ ToAppear
Of PnhlloaM.in Ami! >o'lre .
at Ktarke, Florida. thin March .II bIAN. UrtTH OF I"I.OItIH' TIMJnnt .\l>l>rnr ,,'I' \'I'H OP Pl.ORIIIl T l ..
Hard of Publlo Inatructlon O'llara'' Palmer whnxaruxldanr.
The Catherine
nih. 1431.OFFICIAL i .
( gurqess AfobrPONCA. ( ( 8EAI.) A J. ThomiM, i of Bradford County, FloridaJiy >phln DIMarao, whona n nla>n<*aIn In Itia Pearh 19th St., Far
.
An Clerk of Court H P. Morg-an I II Allah" Street New Hocnelle.olew llnckawav. New York::
NEBRWht === ny Woven Croeby, Deputy, Clerk I Secretary.In : York: You are required to appear on Watch Out For ''rN
SID l 4* I30AOTICK aD; at alu 'You are required' fo appear nn April 2nd., 1961. In th* nlioxo named
I April 9th 1991, In the| .abov named C'ourt. and cauae, wherein plaintiffneekN
rein I wclcciii! / lu the month to sew, and I have forty some I TO roM'H tf'TOII* I C'lrcliH Court Bradford County Court and cauae, wttereln plaintiff dlvorca. Bradford CountyTvleirraoh 1 The "BI i nd S "

Mnrch. The redbird sings; and blocks made now on my quilt. OFF//<.'N OF THK HTATI ROAD. Plorlilni 1 In ( hanrerr.. Parka. <'Ilvo'c"< Bradford County I shall publish thla. Order i p of s ,
of weekly taaues.AVItneHH
next four
JiKI'AHTMH.NTTallahaHHee: :;; Vlrirlnla "Katherlne' Fan.: Plaintiff Tolnaraph hall publish this Order 111 r 'P
1 a killdeer ctles. I sew and C'lepnRnd So life flows on and I greet Florida \K Alfred. flush Fain, Defendant. In next four weekly' Inxuea.Vltn mv hand and 1 official '
March 5, 1111r Cans No. 8302 \ ... my hllnd'and official' seal Went at starko, Florida, thin March Stopped by Squint :Miller's( farm not noticed, it nit gnpi ,,
i shout and laugh I
sing.Among |Brach day with a 'o> for joy when It la bed time and I 8 nled bids Will he rrrelved. at lesser "'1'\1'.1 OF Klttllll> >> 'r... 1931.OKKICIAI.. ( :Clerk A. J nlAhCmurt the other day and saw a vinegar -now s toy,'
the' budded< trees the snuggle beneath the cover beside the ltoo....vvlt Hotel. JackHonvllle.Florida Alfred Huvh Fain "'h...... residence ( SRAM: A. T. Thomn. Ail of bottle in his kitchen with an oversized From where 1il.. .etll.
'rlelJ.E.n | from Qualified Contractora and aadreaa la Unknown; An Clerk of Court By Haven CroMby, Deputy Clerk
,
killdeer ( be .simple Kvana-Neal: n Kvana, Jr. Inttidi it. The cucumber a cue from Squint!!; auli
L.if good Evan: cucumber
when thought Dun. can until IB'"O A.M. (II/."' .T.) on the 2l Pt You are required to appear on Tly Haven Croaby, Deputy. Clerk .
in March we and I pray many times a day. lay of Mitrrh, IffGl for the. April 9th. 1991, In Ih8..b..ve namedCourt 39! U 3130 103 Law, Florida.Attya. "ICxchanBe. Bulldlnit, Jackaonvllln filled the whole bottle. our own "blind-xixitt u.1!

that Spring the in service and I Inn tif the foltowlnir "nnllta'I"-1.: and rants, wherein plaintiffteeks for elf alee sea dices before they ,
Pray for boys In flri'llU Court llrnilrorrt in gror
County "What' cucumber doing
Wan farther off than It had ever For each proponal a divorce,. cuatody and control a
I that some day they, like myself, In the amount etiited .. and support. of minor children.llriidford Kliirlilai In Chnnrrrr.iv In rirrnlt Court, Ylradford County, I asked him. "That's my get rid of. We've gut to nneighbor's
there?
.
I le r.udden, IMalntlff, "". Charles
itavahle. In the Chairman of the.State Telegraph shill ,
will be out of service and thank County Klorlilai In hiincrri, rlnlit to his 1
been.Quick flash of wings across the !Head I'epartment. with thenereHflarx publlnh thla Order in next fourweakly ) U. Ludilen Defendant. Fred .letha. Plaintiff, "... Mary JoOetha blind-spot' reminder I says pi
I I ful for a happy home and that Htate'a DnrunrntarvAlempa Isauo1t'ItnPaa ,* Cane. No. stet Defendant. Cane No 82 A2 "My grandmother kept .. preferences for a ten,]
skies Order Of Piihllcntl..ii tn4 Notice ToAppear Squint. :
/ 'they !*ave done their bit to keep attached muet accompany"Bdi mv hand and official eealat Order Of Puhllrnllon Inil Volloe Toppear of car, a favorite
mnikr.
he had once more l.lrt/ All certified rhecka Khalie HTtrM IP 9.I/HIIH\ TolC'lmrlev to remind her
Told us come ; << HI-tTH' OP" 'ICIIIIII ToiMary one in her kitchen
bless them. St rke. Florida thla March 8th
I our country free. God H. whose residence lierrillWe
I.tnUlon
I to sing certlflod within DO daya of theAnte lfi11.OF'FICtAT/ Jo Oaths, whoae realdenca. la stock of herself now and temperate glass of
I I wool nock for receiving; hlda. Cnvhlera' I. "nkn..wn'YnU : Ironwood Hoad, outh< (Rural Route to take
I And raise tho old hurt hearts to Helpful Hints- -When checka. will not he accepted The ( PEAF A. J. Th'oma"A are required. to appear on 6, Ho.* 41\) South neml Indiana: then. won't be tripped' by,I',
I again. have become shrunken dp-! In hot checks. o1hP 1"00".1/ hldderawill Clerk of aald Court.By An ell 9th. IDfil I In the ahove nRn..d I You are required t to appear nn spots if we kei-p u Rr i
hope I water and pull Into shape. Use a ha deposited\ llavrjt Crosby Deputy Clerk Court and. raufte, wherein plaintiffeeeka 'I April 2nd. 1951, In the ahova' nxmrACmlrt "I slipped that bottle over the :
Endm-1 Ford. All work to l he done In accordancewith T. Frank I.nndruin, Starke, Florida divorce. Tlradford CountvTelrrraph and: rauae, wherein plaintiffee. minds: -open
stiff dampened tooth brush to the rttinn. Bpeclf Icatlona.. and Atty. for Plf. 819t( alao| xhall ntihllwh thla Order We have had a few spring-like open newly sewed seams and Special" I'rovlnlona. of the State Road In next r..ur.kly lunuen.Wltne Telegraph ahall\ puhlleh. thla Order to grow on the vine" he wenton.
Hys when the birds started singing n..onrlmpnt. Special. attention la \OTICK ... my hand and official deal In next. four weekly laauea.Wltneaa c9t1:
brush out lace and rick-rack use called to St.eclal F'rovlHlona which" Notice la. hereby Riven that thetinderalarned at Stnrko. Florida this March i i7th my hand and official' "And like certain viewpoints
and Monday I hung my washIng your Iron. Try this when you all( .li. furnlHhed with each P 01'o8al. la. enaraffed In. huelneeRunder 1481.! veal at Rtarke., Florida thla March
on the line to dry. Now the Drain boiled I I'lana and /or propnuala will/ b* the flctlcloua. name of n. n (OFFICIATv SEAM'! .T Thomas.An let TU1.O"'FI,1AL.
cold I cream potatoes. po- furnlMhHil. to Qualified Contractora Alvarea nnd Son Transfer. and Clerk of rvinrfPy ( "fl3At' A. J. Thomm.AII Copyright) f9ilG'nifudSrnh, /I/ u. I
and A
sky In overcast gray tatoes. Dust lightly two tablespoons application to thla office for "torj.ire ('n. In Tiradford Cotintv TTa yen' .Croehv Deputy clerk Clerk of sold Court
upon .
a I wind Is blowing and I wonder I of flour over potatoes. Add the Hum nf 150 on, which will ha re. Florida and Intenda. to reaJftter. thepaid .. ....."--
birds have "nded, If a rcviihtr bid ,la aunnlttrd1'IxnP / flrtcoiis| name In the offlc.f
where the singing gone. .
milk and butter salt and stir over arid 'ltI"nll"no may he.nurchaHcd .. rM> Clerk of the Circuit Court,
l ,rl I am In no great/ hurry for winter i fire until thickens. from" thla office for. Ihs Bradford Countv. Florida.

to be gone. I have no many things Nom nf HR4)).00 for each propoaed ponIract R. n. AlVnrrnOwner
Cabbage and Cream Cheese Slaw: NIY propoHalaV111 ha lumicdonlenH Starke, Florida
to do that I want to get done before
319 4t J'SO
I shred cabbage fine, add sugar r..rl".I" are received at tenetPI
the spring) hounecleanlng I hour |>rlor. to open lnR bid. -
and aulttto taste Add cottage In Clreiilt. Court nradford Coanly.Flnrldnt .
I LOVETT'STARKE
work all the time at something. All\ hldn moat ahovr tornla for each
cheese until It Is well mixed. Thena Item and total, amount' of hid Inaert-. In Chancery.Vandn .
Yesterday I made. myself a print > Conwav Newman. Plaintiff
You nd nn the rover of the I.ro'.al.Th. '
little dressing.
mayonnaise .
reJeclIny va Jamea I. Newman, DefendantCn
the
dress. Before bedtime I put rlwbt IB reserved to
.
can axe the proportions, of each or. nil hlflu8TATI1 yo,. ?i>7Order
. buttonhole maker on the machine
Of Publication And! Notice Totnnear
then taste. We like a little more ; HM f> O =[',\RTMEOTnP'FT"OHIO.
*'r\'r..1 OK FI.OHlnTo'
c and made the buttonholes I am .\
sugar than recipe calls for and a Alfred A McKethan Chairman Jamee T Newman, a'hoae rewtdenceI. .
making two aprons like It, so I bit of Ham 1N. Tnrnhiill. Hints fllghx / ,I. siioii Manilla Street Wayne
can go to the door In my apron and'I vinegar. aY Ktifflneer.: Michigan: FLORIDA --- Prices Good Through SAT. MARCH 1 11
.
It Is not so noticeable Want to A red check table cloth, SI8 2t S'18r : You are required to appeal on ,

get my spring sewing done before Brown loaf of crusty bread \1.1.9.011 IIIIIH Court April nth.and lent raune In, wherein the ahove plaintiff named' __ __ h __ _

I start on the thirteen roomsI A yellow bowl of butter NOI'MH' 1'0 'O"I'J( 44"TOII peeks divorce. flradford County

+ have here. Then I shall enjoy I And a prayer to be aald. Sealed HTA11KB.hldi will FI.OHII1A be. received. bvh In Teleirraph n"'It four shall weekly Du Allah lamien.Vltnea thla. Order

my cleaning. My pretty ruffled Beside that sunset windowIs INiard. of I'iihllr Instruction ofllradford \ my hand and official aeal Super Brand lee Cream Pint 1

if' curtains have not gotten soiled the best earth ever gives County, Florida. at the M'IM at Starke, Florida, thla March
.
i of the Superintendent. of Publlo 7th 19A1IOFFCtAT.I
, this whiter The furnace works Simplicity; plus thankfulnessThat [natructlon/ Htarke' .Florida up ( 8EAT.! A. J Thoman.Aa .
perfectly and there Is no smoke mankind lives. to 10 o'clock. A.M. n. A. T. Monday Clerk of Court

to soil them. I love the West with I still bake brown broad I churn !April nlnce, all 2, bldH 1151. received, ut which will he time publlc-and Kvan Py T. 'Haven F.vana Croahy.A Neal. Deputy D Kvana: Clerk;, Jr. ,

1 Its wind and pure clean air. I and have a big roll of country Iv opened and, read aloud for furtilnhlnpr 10.1 Law F.,, hnnlf" HuI1dInRJnrksonvllle MAXWELL HOUSE KIM (,
1 all materials and labor and Florida.
t ordered three red butter. Buttermilk Is good for I
more roses L'onHtructliiir1K51 Atty. for Plf. 8S| 4t 3'30 i
ramblers for the fence and a yellow cooking. God Is good. ADDITION: OF SIX Ctu\.' S- -
t{ I In Clrrnlt Court M rail ford County, ;
one to plant along the house Cod bless you a1LOVELURA\. ROOMS TO PlorUlfft In 1'Nnnrary.LPn I

{' My garden seed are here and I liT A Rli I': WHITK SCHOOT." Pf.ANT.HTARK H. DeRaa-on. Plaintiff, va COFFEElb. :
"' }:. FLORIDA Heatrlre T. Deltag-on. DefendantI
plan to raise as much as I can on I No. 820 M1LKt
'
Anv hid rvt'elved after the aperl.Tied
tiy little garden plots and can I 1- time- and date will not ba eonnlrt Order or Pnbllca.tl..n .1.011111..-y.tppea ;.
{ "T \ OF T lrvatrlce
red Tf
JT> things* too, Don jiaa a new deepfreeze libber Bandw-A complete line Ka h bid munt ba accompanied byt T. rVtlaKon. whoee reel. ,

Maytag, at the store. I of the moat popular .Nixes In economical certified check or bid bendn/ the Mere la Hunt Street, rtelllnvham, '
know he has a new amount of fir* per cent of the baaa Me>*. :
I quartrr-pound boxes al bid. a" riiarantee that the bidder If You are required<< to appear on
4 for me. It Is the latest retrlgerator/I Bradford County Telegraph. twardeti the contract will within Anrll !nth 151. In the above named TALL
I .
poirt He sells them. ten ronaecutlva calendar ditya afterp'rlttan Court. and caune, wherein plaintiff 7Sc

well last night just wake up feelIng In 1'trrull'xnet.. llradford Couutr notice helnor' irlven. of auch aeekif. divorce minor, .care. cuatodv Rradford and CmintyTPIPRranh << control BAG 3 2
of aon.
I i' I'htrldni III C'hanrrrr.Kenneth ward enter Into a written contract
like a million] dollars. I can Fredrick MacDonald, I'luln- with the Hoard of F'u hllo Instruction ahall nilbllHh thla OrderIn CANS

hardly wait until 7:30: to get outs' 'Itl. V-, Helen Uvrtruda MaiUonald, if flradford. County Florida. In accordance next four. weeklv IaPUPPRlrnasa l official anal r
with the accepted\ hid and my hand and
of bed and make the coffee. I.I rivfendant.' ('nee N... *2 just .enjoy my breakfast with Don.I Order Of Publication And .llre To to paid Hoard In an amount Tth. 1AR1OFFICIAL .
,,' .. to hundred cent of ( SRALV A .T Thomaa.A "
nual one
I enjoyed my evenings too, by the a. Clerk of Court
he contract prim
.
Macltonald
Helen Gertrude whoaertnce
I radio. We have two easy chairs /In HIP Wllhelm Street I Vo htdiler mav withdraw hip bid Bv Haven Cronhv. Deputv. ClerkChaa i\i> INARCE slitOXYDO
days after thehrM n Heaa-204-01 Ouarantv Life 3 LU. CAN
for" period of thirty
rlmors 2fl Maryland
In the dining room and a small "You .are required' to: appear on ... art. fnr the openlnir thereof.All I Fiultdlna. Jackponvllle. Fi"' '''
I I i radio. I have a lamp so I can nee \prll 91h. 1951 In the above. named work Bhall be done In ac. aiBt' 8'ao CRISCO95c



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French Fried Potatoes, Salad, Rolls and Mutter Served with hove Orders .25 Ice Cream .15
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or. ...... .. Weiner District Meeting Miss \
Girls' Quartette I Adkins Home Scene i WMU Circle Met I Roast Wimherly' ,

Wins Honors Of Lovely Tea I Monday EveningThe At Hazen Home Of Woodman Circle Mr. Schneider '

For Recent BrideThe Business Woman's Circle I I Thirty-five youngsters helped Those attending the District In San Antonio

met Monday night at 7:30: in the Jimmy Hazen celebrate his thirteenth Meeting of the Woodman CircleIn Mlsa
Adkins' lovely home on N Baptist Educational Building. The birthday anniversary last Gainesville Tuesday were: Mrs.I. Freddie W,rnbtr, !
ter of Mr,
Walnut street .was the scene ol and MI.
meeting was opened with the song, Saturday evening from 7 to 0:30: Wilson, Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson, of w I
one of the outstanding events ol "Jesus Calls Us", after which the o'clock. Mrs. T. C. Chastain, Mrs. Paul berly ,Stark o.- .
f Office the season when Mrs. A. Z. Ad. the Watchword.The Mrs Mae Green, Miss of Charles M ";-incal,'
members repeated Raymond
f ds klns, Sr. entertained at a tea Sat The early part of the evening a I of Mr. and Mi.
l'bone 29 Annie Armstrong offeringwas Roselee Lee and Mrs. W. L. Andrews M S
urday afternoon from four to six wiener roast was enjoyed in the Sr. of Denver !
taken. Mrs. S. E. Sparks presided Hazen yard on Washington street.I also three Juniors, Miss Su Mexico asci 2
The honor guest was Mrs. Adkins at a
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----- over the business meeting In ella Chastain of Hampton, Miss tl'\'lJIu .
daughter-in-law, Mrs. A. Z. Ad The latter part of the evening the Woodlawn Meth '
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absence of the circle chairman Sellers and Miss Crews of State ::11 Cbt
the
J. S. Sapp Honored Methodist Women klns, Jr., the former Miss Dorothy young guests came Indoors for the Antonio, Texan rhursfc
Mrs. Kate Shepherd.Mrs. Farm.
Loren of Gainesville. birthday cake and other refreshments March 8, ,
Wynn with ,
On Birthday Give Teas Graceful arrangements of dog J. D. Doyle, Program The two-tiered cake, iced During the meeting Miss Sylvia Ing the R /pith
And LuncheonsMrs. r Chairman, Introduced the guest Alvarez, graduated Into the Adult ceremonvFriends ,
wood and deep rose azaleas were in yellow with gteen! candles, centered of th
J. F. was pleasantly sur. I
Sapp Pierce whc mother Mrs
John le,
speaker, Mrs. Woodman Circle. Her uPI
the lace covered table I J
of Interest dining Mra E.
at points throughout D.
i prised at a family dinner given McCal--
the Go quicklyand her. Jt Say' '
J. B. Cottrell was hostessat which poke on subject and was surrounded with azalea Ralph Alvarez sponsoring .
seventieth the Adkins' home, I were their
honor of his only
Sunday luncheon tell. Mrs Pierce Is a member District Meeting will uiendatu
a Thursday of last blooms The next
suite for the and plumosa fern. A coin
j was opened en occa The former Miss
birthday anniversary. week for the benefit of the Methodist sion. Two pair of five-branched of the home mission board. ,was embedded in the cake and the be held In Starke in November for her wedding \vimb/ ,,
The lace covered dining table! WSCS building fund. Mrs. Futch and her study course beige
silver candelabra holding delicate one receiving the piece of cake plimented with
was centered with a low bowl 01 Enjoying Mrs. Cottrell's attended the meeting.The blue asses
hospitality group with the coin received NoticeThe
pink burning tapers were set at a prize. The WSCS a lilac straw
azaleas and other 01 off.llie-fce
arrangements committee was composed -
Mrs. hostess
were: M. B. Herlong,
the prize winner Linda
I vantage points In living room was Johns who
wore
azaleas were placed In the living Mrs. F. B. Beard, Mrs. Kirkham, of Mrs. J. F. Jauilon, Mrs. received regular business and an orchid nhniilij
Easter pro-
and cast a soft glow over the an bunny full of Mr. and
room for the occasion. Mrs. :Fletcher Burnett, Mrs. Palter Pearl Schropshlre, Mrs. Gay and candles. Mrs. Schnt
setting. meeting of the Methodist
j Mr. celebrate his! Mrs. L. D. Miss Ross. gram making their horn in
Helping Sapp son Green Mrs. C. D Dorothy 2
I Honors have been coming recently The dining room table was over Assisting Mrs. Vasco Hazen InservinA' WSCS will be held in the educational Mexico where Mr Schnti
members of Williams Mrs.
his W
birthday were DuBarry, Mrs.
to the Girls Quartette of laid with an heirloom linen ItAKK: FOOD SALE business.
the J. C. I W. Lamar : her son's guests were building Monday afternoon
family Sapp Alton Mrs. Frank Armstrong the First
i Baptist Church (pictured embroidered cloth with The Auxiliary of St. Mark'sEpiscopal
Sapps, Richard Reyes, Mrs. Carl- and Mrs. A. F. Sauls. I Marcia Hazen, Mary Frances Ha March 19 at 3 from
above, left to right) Helen Inset*. Centering the Church Is holding a p. m. Reports Get yours whit ,
ton Chastain and children, the Felix Allese Lawson, Joan beautiful fan-shaped cutwork// zen of ,Brooker and Martha Lan- the Gainesville District Conventionwill ihpy) '
Sapps. Bill Tllleys, Mrs. J. B. Mrs. Bertha Pearce with co- Hainl's'j' food sale of pies and cakes.. __, Saturday Ink-O-Uraph I"oinian, | p"
Sapp and the F. D. Reddish family hostesses Mrs. Helen O'Deen and Patsy Benton.On rangement consisting. H of from 10 A. M.u until iz noon,I drum be heard at this time. "t'lilng.f"r. $1.I ltra February
23 the carnations and gladioli in delicate
Mrs. Janie Avery entertained at In front of Bradford Hardware Co.
.tII Rhu,Ats ,ettn..reaa..sati - - .
went to Sanford to shades of lavand, -
r a lovely garden party and tea participate Ir spring pink on E. Call street, - ....
Thursday of last week for the a Regional Sacred Music Festlva1 and white. Flanking the centerpiece '

1t, Methodist WSCS building fund. which is not placed on a competitive was tho beautiful silver IL kSTARKE
Tea was served during the hours basis, but merely graded on coffee: and tea service, and sliver A&P-'s :L W.PI1llltC.

three: to five In the afternoon ii\ the quality of work of each group compotes -of mints and trays of ,

the Pearce yard against a back- The Starke girls sang two songs: tiny pink and white Iced cakes' DAKI4" .
ground of azaleas and wistaria. "Somebody Told Me of Jesus" and The buffet held a centerpiece of '

I II Twenty-five guests called duringthe "I Want to Be Like Him". They wistaria and dogwood In a low FL'\\ fOW-PROFIT" POOClWill

appointed hours and enjoyed received the highest grade pos bowl> and flanked by a three-

refreshments served In the yard sible. branched candelabra with pink
V where tables and chairs had been Last Saturday they entered the burning tapers. Frl. Sat. March 16, 17 0#

setup State Contest at Ocala where they Mrs. Adkins and her daughter -I'ULE FEAflKE You Save With Ep. -www I
were graded on quality and re In-law, Mrs. Adkins, Jr., stood in HcJp
Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs. T. celved a rating of B-plus, next to the receiving line against a background BOMBA ON .

.... G. Mitchell were also hostesses this I highest award. Twelve groups of dogwood in floor Panther Island .
week at a luncheon given Wednesday from all over the State participated tandards. Rendering delightful ot1Lr '

for the WSCS building fund: In, the Ocala event piano selections during the tea With Johnny Sheffield_ / To give you maximum v.i'>". AsP
They had as their! guests at the hours were Mrs. K. G. Duncan and ANUSTORM 7
Methodist Parsonage: Mrs. A. W. UDC Meets With Mrs. E. K. Perryman. OVERWYOMING t4 takes only If! profit on your dollar.

Anderson; Sr., Mrs. E. S. Mat- Assisting Mrs. Adkins In caringfor -. *-

I thews, Mrs. V. J. Rape, Mrs. D. W. Mrs. G. j, McGriffThe the many guests that called s iTo help you save in every depart-

Carpenter Mrs. Jackson Mrs. life of Col. W. Weeks during the afternoon were Mrs With Tim Holt ON h went AP offers itorewide lowCustomers'
Hunter, Mrs. Dustin, and Mrs. T. for Marcus Brown, Mrs. T. H. Slade. Also. Cartoon I I ,
and Serial
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whom the W. Ti Week's
Charley Johns. Chapter Mr Fletcher Burnette, Mrs. L, F. I prices.
when have enough UDC was named, was the subject Chapman, Mrs. Herbert Rltch, Mrs. Il\
you of the interesting talk given by Sun., Mon.. Tues.
L. A. Davis, Mrs. L. D. t
; 'c Windstorm Insurance., Mrs. Mulchings Mrs. L. G. Powell at the regular Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs.Vlnlng W. B March 18, 20 To protect you against rising price,

hostess To ClassMrs. monthly meeting of the United Sewell, Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs AP guarantees all advertised prices

We Sell itl! Daughters of the Confederacy B. L. Matthews and Mrs. J. %V. EDGE OF DOOM for a full week.
T. M. 13:
Hutching'a year Wednesday afternoon of last week., Corner ,
Andrews. Jr., of Starke, Mrs. Fred i
old Sunday school class of the The meeting was held at the' Dana Andrew, Farley Oranger, -t -
Guy of Gainesville, Mrs. VValitfce To what .
E. Johns Baptist church held a hamburger i home of Mrs. a. J. McGriff with Joan Evan. help you see you're spending
Charley supper In the Hutchlngs yard on 15: members present and one vlsl Joplin Roane, of Mrs.Lake Edward City, Brown Mrs. L.and L. Cartoon. and News There:: no place for waste In ourr and check your purchases, A,P

; i Agency Thompson street Thursday evenIng tor, Mrs. H. B. Montgomery of Mrs. Jack Briggs of Jacksonville, national defense effort. marks prices on all item and gives

Phone IS STAKKK. FLA. Scads of last of week.balloons were strung Griffin meeting,Ga.Mrs During J. R. Kite the assumed business Among the out-of-town guests Wed., Thur.-March 21, 22 t. That applies to grocery stores ** I you an itemized cash: register slip
were Mrs. I. J. Miss Lib DOUIILK FE.ITCRETIMBER
'". from, the trees and danced In the the presidency, after the resignation Mae Wynn well at defense plants
Miss Edwina
Wynn.
.f)=t.- relight from the barbeque pit. of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid as president Wynn a AP guarantee to refund the
.. Mrs. J. 1.. Carter, Mrs. T. E. Duncan price
...... Sixteen young folks enjoyed was accepted.Mrs. FURY At AP, we are fortunate in hav
Mrs. D. C. Jones, Mrs. 3.'C. of anything that fails to please
fUprmntlng THE TRAVELER. Hartford games; in the yard and cooked :McGriff used Formosa I ing 92 y"are J' experience fightingwaste you.
I Adkins and Mrs. H. H. Pariah, all Oa\l) l truce, Laura Lee and
h J hamburgers during the eveningill azaleas for decoration In her
of Gainesville, Mrs. W, L. Edwards! I Zoro the Wonder Dog e of any kind whether it le

flA ; homo hostess and, Mrs.had R.assisting A. Green.her Duringthe as co of Jacksonville and Mrs, Stroberl ANDAmerican of food or time, or effort in our J All prices shown here (Including Shoes of}I

social hour they served de. Seabrook of Tallahassee. constant effort to ave money for' item not subject to price ceilings) oil

TUCK'S{ AUTO CAFE llclous refreshments carrying out Empire our customer. si guaranteed. Thursday, March lull!
the Easter motif In Alabama Lane BPW Members! Spectacular K'MimiH'e' of Ameri i through Wednesday March 2lit.

cakes made in the shape of pinkER Attend DistrictMeeting ea's.realest. ; Adventure You can help us do our part in I I, -
Hiway 301 At North City Limits tE'r' baskets along side of miniature Plus' Latent News. this national emergency by callingour

pia tes.Women's. chenille chicks on individual SundayFourteen attention! to any wasteful prac. Garden Fresh;

This Weeks BASKET SPECIALS members of theStlll'ke tices we may have overlooked. J-, I
Business and Professional
CouncilThe Woman's Club attended a meet -- -- >3z> Please write: '
C.rptr't.d1
ing of District Four of the Florida .lf yrsasacd4e
Fresh Large Jumbo Shrimp $1.00 Women's Council of the Federation in the Woman's Club CUSTOMER RELATIONS DEPT.

First Christian Church will hold a building Green Cove Spring NEW A&P Food Stores < SUNKIST LARGE JUICY
social meeting and party at the
-- Sunday. Miss Aulean Martin of 420 Lexington Ave.,New York 17 N.Y.
home of Mrs. Havana Johns, Center : ,
; j street, Tuesday evening at 7:30: Jacksonville, District Chalrmin LEMONS 6 for 1!
the
-J WESTERN o'clock. presided over morning session: -
i 4 i Vi LARGE FRYER and speakers Included Mrs. Janle BENDIX
Johnson, president of the Green
r Choice of Salad WMU NoticeThe Cove Club who gave the welcome FRESH STKINGLKS.SBEANS.21bs.
CUB
address; Mrs. Lavinia Durham automatic SuperRigUt'i'MEATSSTPEK
.1' program and business meetIng Secretary of the Jacksonville City
/ With French Fries of the Baptist WMU will beheld
Planning Board, who spoke on 2
STEAK -
In the Educational
Building .
f Women in Policy Making Posts; ECONOMAT
1.35 v 1 Tuesday,. March 20 at 3 o'clock. and Mrs Pauline Hoover of RIGHTSMOKE
The' Daisy Fowler circle will
Ppn llcola. State Third Vice-Presi
l 75cr have charge of the program and dent, who spoke on Program Co BACON, lb. 55c FRESH GREEN IIAKD HEAD
will have as their topic "Go Quickly ordination. WASHER
and Tell."
After the morning program.
CABBAGE lb.
r : Mrs. Pearl Godwin, Chairman of PICNIC HAMS, lb. 47c "
Miss Mann Elected the nominating committee, gave '
::1 Real Deep Sea Red Snapper Fingers $1.00 I the committee's report to the -..... .
I Friends of Miss Polly Mann will group and the following were elected Sfl'EIt RIGHT FRESH PASCAL LARGE STALKSunnyfield
.. r f be Interested to learn that she has : Mrs. Esperanza Lesocke of zrQ'WITH

S All Orders Include French Fries May been elected Queen at Maid Valdosta of Honor State to Col-the Mrs Jacksonville Dorothy Beach Patterson, Chairman of St.; ..,'")<, wrv BACON, lb. 59c CELERY 2 for f 1!

lege, Valdosta, Ga. This honor was ,
CHOICE OF SALADS ROLLS OU TOAST Augustine, Vice Chairman; Mrs. AZALKA:
conferred by popular vote of the Mollie R. Heath of Jacksonville
I
i student body. Beach, Secretary; Mrs. Bettie '
: I FRANKS lb. Sic FRESH ICEBERGLETTUCE
II'.' Bigger and Mrs. Edith Gardner, -

..y Delegates to the State Convention

I .- to be held in Miami Beach in May BOKDKN'S: head H 1
with alternate delegates, Mrs ,

YOUR Pauline Torode of Starke and Mrs. Cheddar CHEESE, lb. 59c
A Edyth Skipper of Jacksonville,

I President's reports were given
from the seven clubs In the FOREMOST: CREAMED TALCO FEEDS

district, which are Starke, Fernnndlna Cottage CHEESE, 12 oz. 26c
St. Augustine, Jacksonville -

......... Green Cove, Macclenny and THE NEW SCRATCH, 100 Ibs. 4A<
Jacksonville Beach. Miss Martin

was presented with a gift from C1Xck41U4JRINSSAVER IONA FLOUR

the group In appreciation of the LAYING MASH, 100 lbs 4.,

from COLONIAL FLORIST fine record she has made as District Plain
Chairman. or Self-Rising
that saves up to 56 gallon 20%
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.A d'rI Following the business meeting AIRY.-'t.
I CUT FLOWERS; the delegates boarded Navy bus of water each washday 25 Ibs. 1.68

al Res and were carried to the Commissioned -
I 1 t f odic Fully tutoaucic-ytt no wringer, no
Officer's Club where a spinner, no bolting down LIFE BUOY bath 1
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:-.J delicious luncheon was served and Paas EGG DYES .
CORSAGES Powerful UNDERTOW AGITATOR 15c
f a brief speech made by Captain WASHING
Ekelund, Commanding Officer ot
w I the Green Cove .FIX)ATA WA Y-FLUSHAWA Y SPRY 1 Ib. 3
Springs Naval can -
r DISH GARDENS AND NOVELTIES Station. After luncheon busses New draining porcelain top lot earn work Calo DOG FOOD, 2 for 25c

returned the group to the Wom- suruca

ULOOMING: TOTTED .PLANTS were an's Club served where before punch and cookies Aaiiiing WooJcnub (guaranteed J SNOWDRIFT, 1 lb. can 31

Adjourned. the meeting years in writing) Gerber BABY FOOD, 3 29c
.One dial docs the work-you doa'lcrea ,
:. Attending from Starke were here 10 be there
Mrs. Mildred Doyle, Mrs. Melba Lava SOAP t
't Whatever the sentiment you wish to express Partin, Mrs. Helen Malone Mr*. A ........l|...."-A...........ha Bab-O CLEANSER 12c

f'I'' Lorraine Champion, Mrs. Desta $63.00 Us.
than
at Easter time have the th..v.rag.
ice right flowers for
Dyal,
I Mrs. Paulino ToroJe. Miss price of automatic wathr Swan SOAP bar
the occasion 7 Pat Lambe. Miss Annette reg.
> : y Simp- JOY 6 bottle I .
f: r eon Miss Madge Middleton Mrs. ON"-229.95, oz. 30c

Maryon Arnold, Mrs. Marlon Howe,

PHONE 218COLONIAL Mrs. Janie Avery Mrs. Margaret t.w ..... ..,...._..., Aws P & G SOAP -
Miller
and Miss Della Rosenberg TIDE, Large pkg. 31c
Favors of ash trays with the Federation 12.33 Per Month

attending emblem and each were guest given receiveda those A & P Food Stor
S r yellow Iris corsage. \Winkler Electric Ivory SOAP, mcd. bar 9c


(FLORIST BiKE SALR Service The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea C|

: i. CYNTHIA SCIIMITT NONA STREET Members of the Beta Sigma Phi CAMAY, reg. bar 9c Batlr, Com<.... C.p'r........ rose

STARKE FLA. sorority will hold a bake sale Sat. 222 Temple Ave.
) 300 East Call St.
urday morning at the Walnut PHONE 166

''I I street aide of Canova's drug store. !STARKEFIi.- I Ivory FLAKES, Ige. pkg. 31c Starke, Floridar'

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: Mr and Mrs. last Mr and Mrs. R. S. Wasdln In rirratt. ("...t. Bradford. : ;, 19 r, ildenca
Mrs. were
John P Simpson Ada Alexander spent Plorlitnt !. ('"..'..,. I l .
I] rl.' IniA A1*'
of Washington D C and Mr. and weekend with her mother, Mr. M In Gainesville Tuesday visiting LI..Ml It. Ill.ahn I'lalnllff, \ ', | l rk
Mrs John Schoenemann of Racine. L Maynard In AlacJiua who received Mrs. Warner Wasdln and family.Mr Ir"r..t W Hr.hn, U..r..nd..nt C-u N I ],,' ,.,.. appear. on
1 I l nL?s nun-A
WIs are Rt I(-A le last week and this a serious Injury in a tall. and Mrs. W H. Thompson, Order Of Pat>llra l'i> Anal. >.. ) l c i ,in plaintiff'
week of Mrs R Miss Anlco teacher In *r>pmr "r\l'K UK .....11. i 1 .,r s Green a
Fernandez
and Jr. and family of Montlcello were .. ,
Mara.u.'t W. Hiflhn. "'h" i. I \ | ,, 'Ihl.! | Ordttr
Rev and Mrs Warren Kaufman. the Grand Park Public School weekend guests' of the F. F. I IN t'nktiiiwn anil whom I1 I _u. H
John ,Jacksonville, the weekend ,'r... In I' O. Box 629. Vast \ ..ffl I. 'htl .> it
NEWS spent
Robinson
l I IN THE of Dupo. 111. wag Stumps. I'l'itKHiil New Jersey, I ( Mm' h Mh,
the guest last with her parents b i r. and Mrs Vim rrnulreil. '' .
week sre
{ r of Mrs. T. M. Arthur Holliday, a technician at ahnvr << /
.. Hutching, Floyd Green. April dtli KiBt In the :' ':< ( ': J Th mas.
n Also visitingMra.. the North Florida Clinic, left I Court mill ,-. ". wherein ," I .r .Lad! r' url.
1a r Mrs Janie Avery had as her Hutchings last week were Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs N. B. Rosier and Wednesday for Eustls where he sank dlMiiri' anal irenttrnt, .*. :: ftff>,.,"i'v t"l"rlc
of Providence spent I O. Dobson daughter IJnda were recent rope ITmlfortl. C'nunly TP| Fl irlrtH.
l fey C. J. Powell dinner guests Thursday evening of and son. Tommy and has accepted a position in the X- hull ,iHibllHh this Order In II.. I : 4t S JO
visitors Mrs G F.
the of Mr.
and Tipping
Atl I'ting and last week, Mrs. Vlrgle Avery of Wilbur Jenkins of Trenton. ? ray and lab department of the weekly.(HSU*.. I
J. H. Fields In Jacksonville Wit i.. hand and nffd
mv I
;it, Mrs Falls City Nebr., and Mr. and 12 Ft. Gold Seal Congol.-um and Waterman Hospital Mrs. Holll' .' _IlL.
/ Jimmy White of Cairo. Ga. Was at Starke' ''.r'''''', hit
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aY ofa Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Mrs. Bertha Arm"lronQuaker/ IJnolcurn at day and children will follow Mr. IBM
imalyne Mathews I a Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. (OFFICIAL" ...)A'.) A. J
Ilh Sunday, visitor of Mr. Pearce and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hart Furniture Co. Alton Dobbs. Holllday. when school l is out jf An Clerk, nf raid. III

V Morgan and tam- Quigley I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Attaway Mrs. Maxie Carter spent last June. Cha.Hv. H.(.I'f' ;: M-flS< ,J Oeputv. I
t rkt; Sen. Charley Johns and Everett i and children of Orlando were Sat- Friday visiting her mother Mrs. Mr and Mrs. George Lambertand Htillillnir. JaikmmvlIlM' "

|Mrs. J. E. Hardy and McKinney were business visitorsin urday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. A. Starling and sister, Mrs. son of Tazewell Va. were AU)'... for l'U. SIB .

oV, ,' dinner guests of Mr. Daytona Beach Tuesday T. Jackson and family. Stoughton In Jacksonville.\ weekend guests of Rev! and Mrs. !. ClrruK Court llrmlford. (
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.Hardy In Gainesville\ Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards and Don Champion a senior at U. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Raney and Homer Swlndall. KlnrldMi Jean lit KII.f.fcitnerrp.Mtirll ... rinlnlifr. "

tl |f last week. son Charles of Fernandlna were of F. was Initiated Into the honorary children Alec and Suzanne of Mrs. J. M. Vickers and daughter, 11am John Kurt, T>t *
,ae, Ij. Griffin of Jackson- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. forestry fraternity of Zi Sigma Freeman, Va. are guests of Mr. I Carolyn and Mrs. M. H. Shepherd Order. Of lnftillr. >itfllnii yeas%nd .:-"
I A E. McKinney and Earl Edwards who also had as Phi last Saturday. and Mrs. Floyd Green this week. spent Saturday In Jacksonville. tpnrnr sT t'ru1 nv ....0.....

at ar | and Miss Connie their guest on Saturday Harry Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and Mr.*. Hilda Forehand of Albany I Mm. Janie Avery had as her: \I I"\''Illlam 1'nknnwn. Joint: Kurtft, "whoa re

In't Sunday In Bushnell Edwards of Jacksonville.Mrs. family visited Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Ga. Is the house guest of her slater guests at a Canasta party last You are rqulr to ;

11 tl, Is. I. B. Dickens and !'. Ben Rowland spent the London Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. T. T. Long this week. Friday night: Mrs. nelva Porter'I Court April 91 and h. 151 mif,, "In \\11.ln the "above|> -

weekend In Apalachlcola visiting O. Loudon, Jr. In Keystone on Mrs. N T. Ritch and two children H. A. Reese, Ed Carswell of. socks Alvui.. It:rat It_nrl t C am tr -
gf [:Mrs W K. Wilder and her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. Sunday.Mr. | Nelson and Diane of MlPml, Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy -- ---- ---

obnic of Plnecastle and and Mrs. Dwight Marshall!! and and Mrs. Harold Mills and ; are visiting Mr and Mrs. T. JI Harper of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
King of Jacksonville family Mrs. Rowland brought children have moved Into the I I i Griffin Mrs Carrie Rltch and Mr. .
p. I :, H. K. Tyus and Mrs. P. D.
d t nd( /guests\ of Mrs. Fay back her granddaughter Sandy I house on Water street formerly ,1 I and Mrs Floyd Green last week. Reddish, took Mrs. Reddlsh's son I1)r) ritie..x0a
Edwards.. for a short visit. |: Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of more
rt :Mae occupied by the E. C. Manna Jr. Michael, to St. Vincent's Hospital : can pay

___ I| Mrs" H. C. Brown and Margaret Lake Butler were Sunday (l'Ul'stsl for a ('heckupVedn""day.. .
of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier.Mrs. .
ROSA Duncan
Iturbl concert attended In Jacksonville the Jose | F. F. Flume and Mrs. R. I Mr and I Mrs. Vaaco Hazen and I but you can't buy better! r

Wednesday last week.T 'A. Colson of Starke and Mr. and family spent Sunday In Ocala visitIng -
evening i Mr and Mrs J. P. Hazen.
1 H. Slnde and S. R. Johns Jr. :( Mrs. G. P. Dover of Hibblng Jounc, pitch, and sway an thing of the pent when
left Saturday for a business trip,I Minn. spent last Friday visiting Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Jackson you own a'it Ford. That't bcaui ford t new Auto

through the West. Mr. Johns will Mrs. R. W. Mills In,, Rck onvlle.I \ ville spent last week with her mafic Rid* Control i lf-odiuttt to all typoi of

{ Dedicated To Community Service go: as far as Texas returning the!I I Mr. and Mrs. John Mion!: and nephew A. E. McKinney, and Mrs.MiKlnney. roadi"Look for Ahead"maalmum Ford tmoothncit.Uatur. H't a 'ralar 'l f ,

"Movies Are Better Than Ever" end of the week and Mr. Slade J I daughter, Dorothy Jean of Gainesville .

I will\ probably travel as far as California I were weekend guests of Mr. Friends of Ray Newsome will I

tar 17 ONLY returning In several weeks and Mrs. E. I>nvg.I | bi happy to hear he returned. home w

tILE FEATUBE Tues., Wed.Ian'h: 20, 21 Mr. and Mrs Ed Ensor of Jack I Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis and last Friday after spending the
sonville were Sunday guests of Mrs Dell Colley spent Sunday in pant four months In the Veteran'sHospital

E JHRH,miSQUITItrSS Mrs.. Bertha Pearce. I I Fernnndinn visiting Mr. and Mrs. In Lake City.

p. .... .M Dr. and Mrs M. B. Herlong: had Hardee. r ro
AS their giieHs the early part of I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Klckllter are Cottage Prayer @
RUTH ROMAN r. visiting their Kickliter .
brother J. F.
I the week. Mr. and Mr. Ralph
<< this week. Meetings Precede
Honnell and son. Harold, of
'a.ewW ISALLWOMAN"LIGHTNING'N Waynesville N. C 12 Ft. Gold. Seal Cnngolpnin andAnnHtrong Baptist RevivalThe
.
Linoleum at
Mr: and Mrs Harry Mooty and Quaker
,
Hart Furniture Co.
daughter, Gerry, spent Sunday following Cottage Prayer
? -a STRIKES TTVSifEliTODO with their cousins the Milton St. r Mrs. Laura. Tison was called, to Meetings will be held preceding the
Jesup, Ga. last weekend because revival meeting to be held. at First
Peters in Gainesville celebrating
1i ....... ..
PIt. WUN. 5O
a. of the serious illness of her
daughter : Baptist Church March 19 through
St.
; Bobby Peter's sixth birthday I
.AND MCCAMBRIDGE SCOTTsmGlpoAf anniversary.Mrs. !j i and granddaughter, Mrs Julia 23rd at 7:30: p.m.Sonthwept. I r'Drive..vou

..... ...... Smith and Judy Carol. They are
.
:=:y:--"t.. .,wwuss. W. }I. Nollman was hostess confined In a hospital In Je up. "Starke' can pay more
d. enn to the Canasta Club Tuesday even- Monday Mrs. and, Mrs. R. A. ,- 't"1 1f -
Mrs D. L. Slloox; spent thn early
ing. ColsonLeader Rev. L. D. Hulnes.
r Alto "Beach Peath" Cartoon: and part of the week visiting Mr. and but can't buy better!
and Mrs. B. D.
Mrs. R. H. Cox In Live Oak. Tu"dny-Mr. you
News TonlyLeader Mrs. W. I... Andrews -
Jimmy Roland nf Orlando was
For 'il Ford "LoeVi Ah.od" bring you saw Parda..aJceDrlv.
WELDING the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wednesday. Church.ThurR.la. lh. n.w.tt, tmoolhvtt, mall ....Ibl. Automatic
rm Land Thursday of last week. .. L. tranimliilon .v.rf Th. grat n.w FordomoHe n.v.r logy(
-Mr. and, Mra.Y.
Mrs Pearce Crews of the State glv.. you trlgg' .f-qulck getaway and oaiy, "rocking" In
Farm Is replacing. Miss Sharon' Andrews--Leader S. E. Spaiks.Friday mow or mud. OOpH..al'. V.. unMi, oi.,nt.....
Man vin. SUJK>nnan..1 --Mrs. W. J. Epp..rllII'Ll'adpr -
m laid Th UI".. Fri. March 22, 23 I Hall as telephone operator here In Mrs W L. Andrews
,"I "Fresh / '
Starke. Miss!I Hall has accepted n
SlarkeMonday F You
North
Cartoon : '-"" ," .r' ?},:IW';Rix position at the Green Cove Springs r can pay more
fIjJ: Naval Base, Mr and Mrs E. E. ...
21 the L"ador Calvin Johns .
March 20 Lennon
on. JMwbut
I Mrs. and Mrs. R J. Davis celebrated -
O O.
Mrs.
Tuesday Mr and

IJ We offer the people of Starke day by Mr.having Davis': dinner birthday with their Sun Webb Leader Mrs. O ly Llnsln., you can't buy better!I'or
; MAN Thursday Mrs. a.Y.. Alderman -
snn-ln Jaw and Mr. and
,
I / and tldnlty one of the most Mrs L.- F. Smith daughter Jr. In Pennev' Leader Mrs H. A. Lawson.. years ahead, Pord't .t.9anc. of.tyl. will rut. th. roods
i I I Friday Mr.. and Mrs. C. R. N.w "Color-Key.d" Fordcraft Fabrlci, "SaMy.Glow"Control
Nwho heateahimself modern and finest equipped Farms. Mr. and Mrs. Smith an.lilOon. Oakes- Leader J. T. Lawson. Panel and n.w "Colorbtend" CarpellnQ or. all
Larry were Tuesday, guests ; !southeast Starke! Ctfitem-matched fo Ford's exterior colors.

...'- welding' shops anynhrre. of the Davises.Mrs. Monday-Mr. and Mrs. Ewell y.aA,

a I I All Work Guaranteed James Denver Ij"tllrnf" LawKon--LeadC! S. E. Pparks.'

A JACK M WARN FR PRODUCTION home Monday from St. Vincent'sHospital Tuesday-Mr and Mrs B. T.
Reltaud by 20IH Cunlury rot where she underwent an
1
SMITH'S GARAGE Thomas-Leader J. T. Lawson lIIlh:451 43 "look Ahead" Features '
UL HENREID iNlATAEi appendectomy. roRD
Thursday--Mr. and Mrs. Gar) >
i CiNlMcUOO GRACE COPPIN Friends of Mrs. Hans Walker I plus
s AND MACHINE SHOP Mathews Leader Mrs L. D. FORDOMAIIcDrlvoe
_
r'llY' '"'0" will regret to hear that she IB tinder Hal nes.

.\nil "Ile Cat" ('arloolle Temple Ave. Starke observation In the Halifax
unless HartCartoon &: P Friday-Mrs. D. W. Moore-
Hospital, Daytona. The Walk..rchlJdrl'n
Leader Mrs. H A Lnwson
\\'*
are staying with Mrs W. KlngNley Lake! Andrews Motor
M. her confine Company
Wimberly during
-- --- Mrs. Frank Beard, Leader
ment.

{{ -Ir Dr. J. Maxle Dell Sr. of Gainesville St. Mark's Auxiliary Phone 18STARKE, FLORIDA Madison & Adams Sts.
and Mrs. Hulclah Morgan of
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1} Jacksonville were weekend guests Met MondayThe

i tFIlilve of Sen. and Mrs Charley Johns

ICI Mrs. L. D. Green Mrs. C. D. St Mark's Women's Auxiliary -

Williams, sail, Mrs. Irene Johns held Its regular monthly meetIng -

F. visited relatives. In Mayo Saturdayand Monday evening af tho Parish

11 e81 1tj In Jacksonville Sunday. house. The meeting was openedby

) Miss Mary Brownlee of Baltimore the Directress, Mrs Mattle '
1
Md. will arrive here Satur- Gahagan with devotional followedby V
/
day to visit her parents Mr. and the Lord's Prayer.Announcement )

Mrs. H. L':. Brownlee until after was made that ? ,\

Easter. the United Thank Offering Ingathering (

Miss Ruth Edwards who Is In would be the first Sun /

nurses training at St. Luke's Hospital day In May .
_
visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns. advised that

Mrs. O. C. Edwards on Saturday 13 magazines had been given tfi

Mrs. R. S. Fernandez and her schools this month. A

house guests Mr. and Mrs. John
An Easter hunt
egg was planned 1
Schoenemann of Racine WIs. spent for Easter Monday for members of I F

s last Friday and Saturday touring the) Church school
South Florida /I,
The chairman Mrs
l Miss Emilen Kelly of CalnosvUlfl) program /
Lemuel Colsnn an Interesting /
t gave
spent the weekend with her mother -
w
talk on the book Rural Prospects.A .
Mrs. Enoch Kelly. .'
Y I Bob Hop Miss Edna. Noegel was hostess salad course was served by the

Starring In at a small dinner party Monday hostesses Mrs. R. J. Duvls and

I Ir "THE LEMON DROP KID" evening at her home on Maple Mrs. Herb Thomas -

y .FamwnlFleWt. street. GiieMs' Included Miss

_. ,1rTi Katherine Cf>bon and Elmer and Navy Recruit I

'4 Like all clever wires, MM. Hopes Charles Johns. :'c-,,
W. T. Jr.,
_ r r ,dN T "holds her Iar" by feeding him they Miss Hilda. Hill spent the weekend Murrhee seaman re'l.
of and
emit USN. son Mr
"When if to
+ti things be likes. comes In Jacksonville
eating." she says "Bob isn't may W. H. Yarbrough, Route 2, Starke
different from most men. H. knows I' fir"snd Mr. J. C. DuFow of recently completed recruit trainingat

L4: what he wants,and be wants it to be Vero Beach, Mr. and Mrs. C R. the Naval Training Center, Sun r
\?" And lye found a to make
/ good. way cook with Moore and sons of Areher. arrdMr Diego. Calif., and la now available :
good. 1 hat's to
ttitrytHmg *. T. F. Brown and son of
an Electric Range.There's no guesswork for assignment to a Fleet unit or
Hamnton visited Mrs D. W Moore
meals alwayscome
y that way, and to one of the Navy's schools for
..waaos out just right. The Electric Sunday.
Range is my 'dish1 for cooking!!' Miss Grace Wilson of Tampawas specialized training. _

Whatever dish you took your own visiting at Hellbronn Springs' -.... .fi,'f1
will do it fast,thriutiCANADIAN -
kL hw\ Electric Range Sunday. 7'"
/ SOUP ly cleanly, without waste. Besides, ..
'" weekend
CHEESE neryonecao.lI'ordtbemoderoEle Wesley King was the PHONE 218

randMwd _m. tic Range. In fact, it's so saving of guest of his uncle Chief M. A. Mo- Low !
Remain Amazingly L LOn. Lw
d kbl.poop butt.r a 2 cep gra.d thorp time, trouble and money chat you Dougall at the Jacksonville NAS COLO NIAIFLORIST Greyhound Faros
:2 cups
afford be without lei! t
qeally cant to He also Is attending the annual
.aoarine chaCldGt'--...."hlr."'UC. On Way Rowed Trip.
.Way loved Trip
4Iabl.c__. .\- Va tea.ware. Jacksonville Navy Boys' Baseball
Itabloosrpaprika pant loba.co Training Camp at the Naval Air Jacksonville $ .90 $1.6; New Orleans! 10.80 19.15 f

Yo'.alsrp.pp..' Yo CUP mince' pImI-- 8 Good Reatont Why Station for the next five week- Waycrosn, fJa.: 2.15 1.15 Atlanta Ga.: 6.85 12.35;

2 cups milk ', o r9ta pod p:PP'f': You Need an Electric Rang Miami 6.55 11.80 Marine HtudioH 1.20 2.20

M.h minerlx ma'lIarlne.n, .tlrr+ tandYuntilIhkk" Add ends.Mr... C. D. Williams' returned to 4 Ocala 1.25 2.25 St. Petersburg ,1.25 7.65'J'\ .

Add milk,\ I cook o ver low hear as,It eO',r (ran !the cOI\t \\tI"1I her home In Tampa after' spending" FLOWERSFOR IWinter Haven .1.15 5.70 Orlando 2.65 1.80 .;"

....d, Add eonoxnm.' wet Add r.mal"lnll to, "r.dl..O I g.nat t..kln.dal. a I itaos several days with her brother-In ALL OCCASIONS Deland 1.H5; 3.35 Savannah. Ga.: 1.00 7.20 i

stir until melted.Yf.Iii 8 to 10 t.rvlnll" nw/n law and sister Mr. and Mrs. 1., D. Macon, ia.: 5.15 9.30 Dothan Ala. 5.20 9.40I'engacola

'to lolt.Servo at aKa by Lawn o Green. 7.05; 12.70 Green; Cove .6;) 1.10

.e "Y'' ..thrifty........... "j Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swlndall
visited Mr. and< Mri.\. Harry LappeIn (j) e Mw I S'S, P.d.... fit w A. A..... P.m ,,"i
eN'.evHwe Gainesville Tuesday Mr. and {
Get FREE of "How fo field/ a Star* .cos" sal 1 iMI,, Vice
your copy Mrs. Lappe are working lIB baker 4 i up ,d'1s C'""! 7 4 ; .

< Specially prepared recipe booklet-beiuiifully illus\ N'.hat < and salad-maker, respectively! In DISH GARDENS
trated. Picture of famous movie stars" with ibeir.wives, It'. ....dwa. the Hotel Thomas and enjoy their! GREYHOUND BUS STATION
also their favorite recipes. POTTERY
FREE work Immensely. TEMI'LK: : AVE.: KTAKKK.; "'1.\. PHONE 117-J
cl.1 miss this opportunity t Get your copy The only way to enioy all tneje benefits E.
Friends of Judge and Mr
tvriu trfkomtlCom is to base aa Electric Raoge. No matter POTTED PLANTS
4t what make you shoo... be basinget'a K. Perryman will regret! to hear
In and see TIlE "RANG E Of THE STARS" ELtCTRIC sod you're sure of that they have been confined to FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE GREYHOUNDBR.DFORD !
..., el ,
"' nog
.. o/course, iI' UfCTflCIFLORIDA really their home this week! with the


.. nu.Mrs. Merrill Strath spent several Nona at Stark I "" .
a /NES
last week In Deland with flfD
days .
{I F POWER & LIGHT COMPANY her father who! has been ill. I -... -:- -;,.
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leave with his parents, Mr and I at the meeting These two grades string beans which are up too. He i I I said she could relate much more If I and, toiling means out"anything.They've lots of. to accompanied Zepherhllls home Saturday by little and Cheryl were for friends their and kinds 1)1), '
"put
: I Mrs. 0 L Davis, of Starke II I also won the party by having the picked strawberries Monday, and we'd had time. really labor. Even their chlldren Crosby who spent last week 'there ot ,u f
HAMPTON Home M lotionMk. of Prayer I most votes for attendance at the got 3 crates. Says the rain, surely I Joe Lazenby and Fonnle Crews enjoyable helping plant flowers. with relatives. sympathy iu[ it 14
The Home Mission Week of P T A.. It turned out to be a Red helped them. The berries didn' were in Live Oak Saturday on enjoy loved one ami
Flea C. woods J. R. Kelly
By M. SwerneyBrtuVn I to love these ole Mr. and Mrs. spent
Prayer program was given In the Feather Party for' this group. Mrs bring as much as he'd hoped they; : business. While on business, Joe They seem fora in Jacksonville floral tribute m ''
ideal last Wednesday
here! It's an place
Baptist Church on Thursday March Perkins was so glad that they would mixed a little sport into his visit, out attended' a Tax Mr. and Mrs i ; rlSI'El'i.11.ON
trailer Think maybthey're where Mr. Kelly
.In..vIll8 park.
Honored. 8. with twelve members prsent, won she made a party eap with a Edith Waters and sister Anita and went fishing on one of Joe! 8uch.ISUNNYBROOK. Collectors Convention.
The Baptist Recreation Hal and Mrs. R. C. Gray serving as red feather in It for each of them. Moody of Lakeland were visiting Dowllng's lakes The luck must contemplating '
was the scene of a double cclebra. leader. The Theme was "Look on At 2:30 on Wednesday she served Anita's husband Vernelle Moody; have been good, for he brought I Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosbyof
lion, on Wednesday night of last our Home Fields". W. M. U. President them Ice cream and they then had over the weekend. home a good mess after the Dow- I Lake City spent the weekend SLIT' v'o1'1, 1'1R :
week, when a large number of Mrs K. B. Watterson gave an extra play period. This Is an lings and Joe and Fonnle all cooked with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby.Mr. SETTEE .+IJ
1 friends gathered to felicitate a recent the opening prayer, after the song: unusually nice group of girls and Florida Denull and Ruby Thomas thelalter' Df and ate at the former's lake and Mrs. Fredrick Walter- CHAIR l|
City were visiting
bride and a brideelectof "Come Thou Fount". Seven mem-' boys and we feel sure they will cottage son of Hampton were weekend MADE '
the popular Hicks boys. Honoring bers took part in the morning ses develop Into men and women that Fronie.Moody sisters Sunday.Truby Hodge and camp Lacy Johns was busy one day Miss. Wanda Crosby visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin This Price TO OR ,, *
Mrs Otto Hicks, Jr., the former sion. Following lunch, Mrs. Gray Hampton will be proud of. The Miller Johns' 'Ward. inclod e lyy ?
Miss Hazel Darus and Miss opened the afternoon meeting with fifth and sixth grades also won an Fronle Moody and Vernelle hada last week tractorlnjj to Mrs. Othello Dukes of Lake IkW1 Not In lut.| Maw. U
Joanne Dykes, fiancee of Charles prayer. Mrs. Don Hill made a talk extra play period because they fire fighting time Saturday when garden, getting It ready plant.seedbed The Bayless Highway W. M. U Butler visited Mrs. J. R. Kelly!
Hicks, both from Gainesville. Two, I the woods out In front of their Miller has a large tomato Monday afternoon. Starke BeddjJ i
on "My Diary In the Canal Zone. had more than ten votes In the attendance but he thinks the plants are met at the home of Mrs. L. A. >
I lovely decorated baskets of gifts At the meeting's conclusion, the count. house burned. They had to fight
them with fast and furiously to save their not quite! large enough to start Crosby Thursday night. CARD OF THANKS Company
were presented fra. "Take Life
prayer song was My Donald Slade, former pupil
a that setting now. Thla rain didn't hurt Mrs. Muriel Nor. We wish to express our sincere Phone '
place. They thought some The President, 51-\
grant corsages given as a memento and Let It Be"Mr has s
moved St. Petersburg
who
to
j of the occasion. Over 70 guests one set It-either deliberately or them or anyone elses' plants.! My man led the Devotionals, Mrs appreciation to ,our relatives,
and Mrs. C. entered
W. Kammerer returned and again our what good rain we had!
a
accidentally. Amanda led in Prayer
were present Home made cakes Crosby ,
of have him
Philadelphia arrived on Monday school. We are happy to
and punch were served after view March 5, for a month's visit with with us.Sixty BUI and Marie Banks have left The graders are really working Several ladles took part on the
ing the gifts.Farewell Mr. and Mrs. Claude for their visit with Bill's brother on our road from Brooker thru program, "Go Quickly and Tell",
I May of our pupils were In a who lives In Indiana. New River to Road 100. They are After which a business meeting For Prompt And Reliable
i'nrtyMany Mr and Mre. Derek Wheeler of religious service last Sunday. quite deafening but what a welcome was held. The Secretary and
friends, of James A Davit FiSKah, Ala. are spending this Little Leslie Jackson was the Mr and Mrs. Wesley Johns of noise! It won't be but a, Treasurer made their reports. INSURANCE SERVICESEE
the week with their cousins, Mr. and seventh and eighth Gainesville were visiting Truby road I
enjoyed delightful party given guest of the day or so before they'll reach Mrs. Crosby herved her guests
Hodges Saturday night.Phyla I
him on Friday night, February Mrs Marshall Matchett. grade last Friday. Leslie Is the 100. Those olsl'a are music to It
23rd, by his mother, Mrs. Oscar L Sgt. R. L. Brawn, Jr. of Camp brother of Shirley Jackson one of Turner, Everett Ren- our ears. I' punch and cookies. Those present
Davis. He was also entertainedwith LaJeune, N. C. arrived Saturdayfor our seventh! grade pupils and we iron and Arthur and Bonnie Wilbur The Harry Swishers havo sold were, Mrs. Tate Crosby, Mrs. El- COLLEY INSURANCE AGENfll
ton Mrs Lois Newmans,
a party on Saturday night by a visit with his parents, Mr. are very glad to have him visit ui and son Jimmy of Jackson- Sapp
the Slade Gas Co., Jacksonville, of and Mrs. K L. Brown, Sr. 1*. T. .\. 1'01"01'| ( Chicken llliiiii-r villa all went to Tampa Thursdayto their place to Leonard and Pearl Mrs. Frank Norman, Miss Wanda GENERAL
I' hear Oral Roberta the Colson. The Swishers left, not Crosby, Mrs. W. J. Murphy, Mls INSURANCE
I' great
which he was an employee. James Dr. and Mrs. J. C. DuBo of Verc The Hampton P. T. A. Is giving
left for service Thura school! healer. They witnessed many, what tully decided on which destination Mary Alyce Crosby Mrs O. E 116 So. Walnut St. 1'hntl i
Army on Beach were weekend guests of| a chicken dinner In the
I seemed to be miraculous healings. Vero Beach or Miami. The Crosby, Mrs. Muriel Norman, Mrs
day, March 1, Mrs. Thos. F. Brown. I cafeteria Saturday night, March C. CARR COLLEY, Agent
Phyla said she saw thorn throw Poisons really anticipate a lovely Floyd Crosby Mrs. Bula Kelly and
Pfc William M. Davis of R A Mrs. P. little 17. All food has been donated and
L. Morris, Jr. and
'
away crutches and walk without home there some day-If working!!, Mrs. J. R. Kelley.
18277990, M. P. ])et. Sec. 1, Foil son, Jimmy of Macclenny, have/adults will be served for BO-c per them and the dumb talked. She planting flower and shrubbery Tate and William Crosby went
Benning Ga. is spending a ton day been visiting the Gerald Aclkins plate while the children under 12
family. will be charged 30-c. Serving will
--- Sympathy of the community la begin at 5:30: and continue until I,
extended to the family of Bert 8:30.: All frlenda of the school are I

BUILDINGMATERIALS Dyal. Mr. Dyal passed away on Invited to come any time duringthe III ll
Thursday morning of last week, at serving hours, enjoy a delicious -
his home near Starke. dinner, and help us to make
1'4.,1' l News this a happy get-together occas-
Little Linda Fay Brooklns of the' slon for the school. The menu Is:

first grade brought Mrs. Perkins a Chicken Pilau, Garden Peas and
STILL AVAILABLE lovely bouquet of flowers last Carrots, Buttered Rolls, Variety of 0
Q
Tuesday Mrs. Perkins had a slight green Salads Home made Cake
Now's The Time To cold and perhaps Linda thought and Pies, Coffee, and Ice Tea.

she needed something to cheer The Hampton P. T. A. had ill
Repair OrRemodel her up. regular meeting last Tuesday with

The lunchroom recently receiveda twenty-four parents present. The
;i new supply of honey. We all meeting was presided over by the r 1.IQ

should stay sweet, at least, for a Vice-president Mrs,Frank Thomas,
:- 8651 PHONE 8652 while longer.All since the President Mrs. T. J.

of our teachers attended the Alderman was absent. During the ?
study course In Starke last Wed- social hour Mrs Douglas Hardy a \
f a ANNISBUILDING nesday. and Mrs. R. C. Gray served de- I
/ The' oak trees around our school Ilcloua angel food cake and cold

I building are a thing of beauty. drinks. The P. T. A. is cooperating .
N' With their delicate colorings they in a wonderful manner with
remind one of some of the land- the school and is doing much to
SUPPLIES, Inc scape paintings of Corot. make thla one of our most sue-
The third and fourth grades easeful years. The achool-com-
lI 736 So. Main St. gave a delightful musical program munlty relationship in Hampton if

+,, GAINESVILLEUSE at the P. T. A. meeting last Tuesday an Ideal one and the children are
i Leonard Moody gave an Inter I reaping the benefits of this whole
eating reading and sang a song some situation

'L Mrs. George Williams, and Mrs.
T. J. Alderman accompanied Mrs.
"ANNISTONE" FREE Ole M. Perkins to a P. T. A. meetIng .

" The Better Concrete Build.h For Prompt FREE Removalof at Starke last Monday night.

h ing BlockReadyMixed Dead, Crippled, &Worth- six ,"" ,rZ. wLA

less Cattle, Horses, !Mules, The Life And Times
'
Concrete & (Hogs Of New River Folks

; ; Delivered to Your Door Call; 132, StarkeWE By Jennie Lee Lazenby' *

+, QU1CKSERV1CE ALWAYS COME I
The R. J. Turners, both Sr. and
Florida Renderers
/ Jr. and Mrs Wilbur Turner wentto

INC. Cordel. Ga. last Saturday night
i to visit Mr. William Turner who
has been confined to the bed for
about 3 months. At the time they
I IIONIC ly MOROCCO IIMfll PILOtlMAOl COMMITTII
visited, William was still very sick.
SUNNY, SMILING SYMPHONY OF Since the weather Is warmingup

f ALL NEv V SPEED AND SPECTACLE! Ken Turner has slacked up JJ

butchering hogs, and is butcher I

a
6tLEtSl lon ?d ing fryers more Thursday chickens.evening.He visited 70 :


r0 Everett Renfroe la visiting out l-c lL
our way. _#
Ervin Andrews enjoyed the
weekend at home away from the I
U. of F. studies
Rob Andrews of Jacksonville w b

spent a few days with his brother
\ Will Andrews this week.
Mra. Jessie Andrews and Mr
+-..II 36it and Mra. Fred Andrews, Jackson- /e.0
lUMOOI-ICU.! ville, visited relatives here Friday.
it
A'T
THt Mrs. J. P. Hammock and daughter -
;; '! GATOR BOWL > JACKSONVILLE I COMPANY Betty of Jacksonville spent the

MARCH titb THRU MARCH 22nd 115 weekend with the Bud Moodys.

t ; \, A.;.:AY" Nightly 1:30: .>,c.pl Sunday ?8 Bud Moody has about an acre J21, 2 G-R E A-T
ALL-STAR
of Ala. Crowders gasoline.s
I: FrUt 'Include.. Tax Tlckclt New On Pale.1.I nearly ready to
S LANE-REXALL DRUG STORE ACTS'' aide
1:!'. I trr fc' Main a Fanylh Slrt.lt JackunvllU .,***" The George Andersons seem to /19'JH io
out the best
be bring
with their
' progressing nicely
, .
, I.. Stall $1.00 > Orandttand' $3.00 $1.50 $1.90 il.och.r. $I.90 I
(. Sfinal Sum Far Colored Reirrvrj Stall 11.9O .. hogs and pigs. They've been busy
.',GENERAL ADMISSION $1,25' delivering 22 pigs this week. Mrs. in !
/L 11
Anderson is as alert at this business your car
as Mr. Anderson. They hope
r
there's a slack In this "increasing
business",until a "maternity ward" Great No-Nox

can be erected which they hope
PURE SERVICE STORE won't be too long. Mr. Anderson o Gasoline! I

delivered pigs while George
rI PHONE 189 "'"learned" to tractor. He has turn s. '-L& 0 Terrific power in ever/ drop! I

State Roads 100 &: 200 ed several acres and is pretty Cfi Cive' a pea.1._per f or tnanee. I"la
I well "pooed" out. Never tractored
STARKE, FLORIDA day' powerful new engines:
before
.- We are all glad to know that Florida's made for fun-and we are so glad you're here to en. 1JJI14" and give new pep and vigor in
I OPEN 6 A.M. TILL 10 P.M.\ ,
Carl Nettles can be up now and go joy it. many older car, tool!

,. to town. "."." .
Avery Johns of Tampa la visitinghis So many places to tempt an itchy foot, so many sights to catch

Let S1L-I-KLEEN brother Lester Jobns this week. your fancy! Good Gulf Gasoline-
us your car
Silicone The Ferule and Ella Moody are w And they're all shown Gulf's better than ever!
: by the new process new planting about an acre of tobacco on marvelous new tourist map of

way to lasting car beauty. $7.50 this week. Joe and Nettle Moody Florida which is yours for the asking at any Gulf dealer's.This is the

WATERPROOF Q Corrosion Resistant are also planting tobacco this most complete map of Florida you can get-showing all the highways a Stepped up to give smoother

Pure Tires Tubes Batteries week. and other roads-all the resorts and recreation performance,this regular-price
Dr. Roy Schnauss of Jacksonville spots. gasoline gives qukk-tlarting,

And Accessories JIr Wiggins was Sunday.visiting Floyd and Mana When you stop in at your Gulf dealer's, ask him also for Gulf's even power for pick-up and on

' Norman and Dot Wiggins and "Fun Cards." They're amusing souvenirs that you fill in and mail to the straightaway

____ little daughter Suzann of Jackson the folks you wish were along, enjoying Florida with you-
vllle were visiting Floyd and Mana :
TRANSFER Wiggins Saturday. And to get peak performance from your car-while you're in

RB.ALVAREZ&SON STORAGE, COD Bill and Marie Banks were Florida and forever more-try a tankful of. Gulf NO-NOX premiumor
business visitors In Lake City Sat- '
-...... urday. They seem to be making Good Gulf regular gasoline. ,.
r ;" : ..:::;, ;1 We operate local preparations for their visit to

.ss:: -' ......:-. :..?].* lone distance Bill's brother. ..
... 66SOa t
i -., 'R,8.ALYAAfZ_ anywhere la U. 8. Ralph Merritt presented! the
,. ,1 ''' 'L.
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7' MOVINGI picture of Christ by Sallman to I
...:;-,,--- Rev. Dodd in behalf of the Chris- dealers have
!: @! whasgood for
EXCELLENT I tian Church Endeavor Sunday for night.the Long Bridge ll1; ; your car : .. ,

II Minnie Johns spent Sunday with .'1
f. F.CIUTUSAgents : Midway.her mother Mrs. N. A. Conner of ,,nx Mh

Rev. Fred Dodd and family were
For dinner guests of the Stafford

# DELCIIERBROS. See us first! Crews Sunday. Freeman Register Distributor

Vernelle Moodys' butter' beansare
i up. He has 1 1-2 acres of

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t dk St. Edward's Catholic a dessert-bridge for members of Union County. .

Rev William H Neuhaus Pastor the State Farm Bridge Club Her Mr and Mrs Sid Tompklnson I
refreshments were ice cream pie and Mrs O. P Hale of Worthington -
!
&Jtk11e/ t4 Sunday Mass at t 11:1:1: a, m. three visits Mrs. L. Green'
served with ei.ffee. The Mary

Daily Confessions Mass at Saturday 8:0p: a m.7:30 tables were placed In the living and, Mr. and Mrs. H O. Brown, 100,000 MILES FROM NOW

8:30: p. m and before all Masses room and adjoining dining room last Saturday afternoon
Children Catechism Classes, which were beautiful with lovely We are glad to report that the<< \
arrangements of calla lilies, calendula people in this section are much
I M a>ti Saturday Adult 10:00: a. m. wisteria and azaleas. Mrs better after having the Flu Mrs. ,
Religious Instruction .
J. R. Kite won high prize, a !table G. A. Gay is on the sick list again. still
[ Church At The Tabernacle courses every Monday 8.00; to 9:00: runner; Mrs. H. J. Kucera, second Miss Iris Brown of Jacksonville you'll say
I P. m. The public Is cordially Invited
high, a novelty key chain and visited her parents Mr. and Mrs P'
t1, only one week away Rev. John C, Depew, missionary Mrs. P. D. Fancher the blng6 H. O. Brown and Mrs. Mary L pO !,
Special Lenten jl t
devotions beheld
to
I ival at the First< Bap- to Haiti, will be at the Tabernacle at St. Edward's Catholic prize, a corsage Green Sunday afternoon.Mrs. lea 11 "

k.. beginning Easter Friday night, March 23, at 7:30: i Church every Monday and Friday Birth E. J. Lewis and son, Allen nt ,
o'clock. H will show slides I
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, to a illus- evenings at 8:00. Their second son was born Thurs- were In Gainesville on business
t :
brings
Pastor
$11 the trating the result of the great re- On day. March 8, 1931 In the Gainesville Monday afternoon.
Monday In.
evening Rosary.
Ih '1 pre-Revival message vival movement that has swept structions, benedictions of the I Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.Ialcolm! Lewis end
SAt with the tenth over Haiti! during the past ten ,
tRs >ecalogue Blessed Sacrament. Theron Alexander Yawn. He has were In Jacksonville Monday or ,
"The Sin of Want. years. Friday of been named James Caldwell In business.
icnt evening, Way the
''t holr will be directed bye I The Thursday afternoon Prayer Cross Sermon. Benediction of the honor of his maternal grandfather George Adams and Infant son t

: with Mrs. Can. Meeting is growing in interest and Most Blessed Sacrament.Presbyterian Before her marriage Mrs. of Milton spent last week<< here as r 7vN!
Green attendance. This Is gratifying! Yawn was Lila Rae Caldwell.
guests of Mr. and !Mrs C. S. Kelley
Hammond. Sunday eve- since prayer is the backbone of I Rev and Mrs L. A Shepherd
Hour the pianoivlll Church Mrs, C. S. Kelley and George
a)Happy any church and "More things are returned Friday from Miami where .
lead the singing Inspirit 9:45: Adams and son spent the weekend
\ I wrought by prayer than this world I Sunday school. they visited Mr. and Mrs. C. Hub- In St andVlldwoot'
and the Youth 10 Petersburg
dreams of. a. m. FriendshIp Bible Class '
V\V\ bard Davis for a week. During with relatives. .. ..
di ,ted by Qeo. Jones will, The visits to "Wlngton," from 11 a m. Services conducted by their stay Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd
music. The Rev. C. R. Baer of Mrs. Q W Davis and daughter \
special the Tabernacle each Saturday Penney Farms. West in
I u. enjoyed' a trip to Key
will be "My Part Barbara" were in Gainesville on
SS i nsage evening, chaperoned by Mrs. Jennie their host's private plane
I .
IllIg Revival:' Thornquest, are becoming oilmen 0. ,JESt'N\ cimisi! bll"lnelOlIVt'dllC.lny
more
Pfe !' is a
Lloyd Suggs spending
School meets at 9:43: : and more Interesting and the en. OF I."1'TFnU.lST8: fourteen furlough here with
day
h 1.3 and departments for tire congregation look forward to (:MORMON: ) Mrs. Snpgs/ en route from his for- "To Rrhrt' t5
Wiggins acting these Sunday School 10 n, m. of
,Ld One imaginary trips to Birdland mer post In North Carolina to anew Misery
IIIUllt.;, Training Unions The Sunday services were under Sacrament Service 6:30 p. m. In assignment In California. .-
I church Masonic Hall on Call St., StarkeA
13: tot training In the direction of the Tabernacle
i[p. J. L. Lawson Is gen- sponsor, who delivered two finemessages cordial welcome Is extended to Mr and Mrs. R.V.. Brannenwere --- ,
of Mr. and
all. guests a/iweiul r
supper c.f /
r, on "The Bread of Life"and I ... ::or
Mrs. Jark Nelson In Jacksonville /.e
Ceiling services haveck "Riches", not so much the Specification, and equipmentubjvct
Saturday. LIt -fa111 IIT Ia1. to chang without notlc.,
one quarter hour so possession of them, but loving Church of ChristCorner

?veiling services begin at them to the exclusion of spiritual lOlli and McMahon: Joining the immediate family ...... traditional
make dependability
Lou Dodge
the remainder of the things.; Vocal and violin solos were for their celebration of Emma M NEW/ engineering advancements
g rendered at both services I Bible School--10 A. M Sellers', birthday anniversary Sun- --
/April. Preaching-11 A. M. and, 7:30: day. Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Outlaw Let Us Thoroughly
5 minutes/ fells/ why. Clvo us j\tst veI11lnut'S.
J meetings will be GREATER VALUE THAN EVENT
and
P.M.
prayer and their daughters, Pamela
Christian Chflrch Wash Your Clothes Let show how could
week us
night next ; except Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Gwendolyn Jo of Waldo and Mr. you you
Jy' when all members are each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. and Mrs. Bill Atwood of Jackson- ilK ixiDois reputation\ for dependabilitynnJ fay tip to $1,000 more and still not get all
attend a great united The Christian Church, in the Everyone welcome. ville were dinner guests of Mr. 9 Founds long car lifo It a mutter of record the extra room, handling ease and rugged l

Si I vice for the Revival ate heart of town, extends a cordial and Mrs. C. D. Sellers a record of thirty-seven years ..a record no dependability of this great new 1951 Dodge
of the welcome to all to worship. Bible For 40c!
ordinance mutch.
the ST. MUCK'S Kl'ISCOPAI. Miss Joan Carpenter of Jacksonville other car can i
School begins at ]0 a. with C.
Ipper will be observed. \ Colson as superintendent.m. Rev. Fred Yerkes will conductthe spent Sunday with Miss FREE Bleach I If Desired I And, with the many new advancements E'IHI-<;l

Every family of the church la Friday evening services June Caldwell. ne'e'red Into the great 51 Dodge, tills famous" 1951 p9nda6le.
dist Church through Lent at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday and Monday Mr. and makes
urged to be present with the entire 0 drprmluljiMy Dnilga nn even: bigger
,+ Sunday School at 045.; Mrs. Walter Bradley and their value, bigger dollar buy. r
ro 1st family Visitors are always wel- nn even
Methodist Church of Sunday morning services will children, Han anti Jane of Mon-
come. If you do not have a church VIM. everything about ttiii grout new Dotlga DODGE
!
rdially Invites you to atJi be held each Sunday at 11 A. M roe, Georgia were visitors of Mr. We Will
home why not make the First -the it looki, rides and lumtlles/ -Mil
,1 Sunday services, Sun- with a visiting minister. Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley.BROOKER. wan you
'. n IS. Church school be- Christian yours? It is a church Fenderson of Farms will Dry Your Clothes thut hers a car built to deliver yeurt and

4:1:i a. m, A special invi- where nothing Is used but the conduct the services Penney on the first miles of dependable, low- ost service. vfrtt. .fewdolk's moo u."fI tJ.../ownf- *."c.81m .,sl
Bible, and no creed but Christ.
|extended to the young and third Sunday of each month. For 20c 1
Morning Worship begins at 11
G. .
|hear Rev. W. Aldridge 9
I-i, of Sunday School les- a. m. with the minister speakingion AIRPARK In New Automatic Driers!
HXPTIST CIIfRCIISunday /
I\a :Ma Lewis.
he death and resurrection "The Cross of Christ" The School, 9:45: A. \[. By "HIIOWTDn: U.S.A. -AIM'(' TKLKVISION: : NETWORK..
Lord's Is at
Supper served 11:15.:
Morning 11 M. .
I Worship A.
The evening services begin at 6.
nior Choir, directed byR ; Evening Service, 7:30: P. M. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Howard of
30 with Christian Endeavor
Wainwright, will sing I Albert p. mi Newman, Jr. as leader., Prayer Meeting every Thursday Jacksonville were visiting the E.lat.B. The WasheteriaTemple J. P. Roberts MotorsPHONE
o'clock church serviceII evening 7:30: o'clockL trr's parents Mr and Mrs
Evangelistic services at 7:30: p. m.
held In the Starke Crosby Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
be Q. Hemingway, PastorPENTECOST.IL
each Wednes- Ave. Stork
Prayer Meeting 69 STARKE FLA.Ceiling
Club. Rev. Thomas O. end Mrs. James Crosby .
day evening at 730.: The study -
ant the weekend In Qalnesvllle g
the ,
*ill preach on subject will! be the 13th chapter of Acts. HOLINESS ;iting"-'ei; t .- -
iumphant Entry of the 10th St. and Ave.
Temple
Come
and bring Bibles.
your Mr. and Mrs. L, B. Crosby and
The Sunday evening!I The women of the church will I Sunday: School 9:45: a. m.: Morn
be held at 7:30: m.| son, Larry of Greensboro visitedfriends
full p. hold their social meeting Tues- Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic
Methodist Educational day evening at 7:30: o'clock at Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone and relatives here duringthe
Id Mr Mitchell will preach .welcome.CfiCRCIi. weekend and attended the All
the home of Mrs Havana Johns on
"Voice from the Basketball Tournament In Gaines -
*ubject BELOW
Center Street. All ladies are urgedto
[and the Youth Choir will OF GOD ville. ")

Special music.nterrfiedlate come Homer Swindall, Minister. 8th &: St. Clalc Sts. Marcia Kay flaxen of Starke These M
MYF meets at Sunday School 10 a.m. spent last weekend with Mary I

0 |iy Sunday afternoon for a Brooker BaptistRev Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Frances Hazen euiisc .,.rN< .

clod led by Miss Carol Earl Willis Pastor. Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m !Miss Lubedla PliUtolster visitor"' PRICES
ounsellor, and Bill Scrug- Y. p E.. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Chesser of

Senior MYF meets at 6:30 10 a. m. Sunday School Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m Alacnua Sunday afternoon. .
I of the young people are 11 a. m Morning Services Richard Crosby, student of the .
Invited to attend thep 6:45: p. m. Training Union -- -- -- ------- University of Florida, visited his

hour following the even- 8 p. m. Evening Services parents Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby 5 IBS.
STATE FARMBy
,h services. Dont forget Prayer Meeting during the weekend. lie Is attend C

: each Wednesday evening at 7:30 lU..... Bryan Whltfleld Ing the weekend Training Correct POTATOES I
Come and bring your Bibles. of the National Guards In Starke with $5 Purchase

are Coughs Everyone Is Invited to attend all Mr. and Mrs. R. F. On no had
Stork Shower
Services. I as their guests' over tho weekend
Common Coldsat Thursday afternoon of last week Mr and Mrs. Myrl Gano and baby Food Order
i Mrs. R. M. Markham Mrs. C. D. of St. Augustine and Mr. and Mrs

f HANG OH POPS BETTER Sellers and Mrs. "V, H. Morgan Ovid Gano and son of Gainesville
I
y lion relieves promptly becauss : MORE TEMPER I were co-hostesses complimentingMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Kirby and 6 Bottle Carton Tetley's
J. C. Hardee stork
right to the HULLS with a Mrs. Wilson Green spent the week. Coca Cola I 19C 29c
teat of the trouble AND NO |Ishower. Decorated with Spring IT
loosen and expel germ laden I end In Wauchula with their aunt Plus, Deposit ea
}iod aid nature to soothe and JOi blossoms the Morgan home wa a Mrs. Jackson and cousin, Mrs. 1-4 1 Size
tender, inflamed, bronchial pOP80A, TfJM rTONITL lovely setting for the courtesy. Yarly.

pes,Guaranteed to please you Azaleas and bridal wreath, artis- Mary Frances Hazen spent the
iy refunded. Creomulsloa baa tically combined with fern, were I weekend In Starke with Mr. and
B test of millions of users.IpMUISION. I arranged at points of Interest In
Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Marcia Kay
the party rooms and the dining *

,Chnt Colds Ant Imckltli' room table was centered with a Hazen.Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colion and C I11E'IE1E:1IF:1: : Maxwell limit 2 lbs lb.79c
[white basket filled with purple Mrs. Rosa PlnhoUter were IP ,
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wisteria and held the attractivelywrapped Gainesville Thursday afternoon on

I Rifts. In appropriate contests business.
THIS IS IT : Mrs. Thelma Wasson, Mrs. Mini l.ul1l',1I1Pinhoillter, was In

I Maurice Barton and Mrs. Dave Gilnosvllle Monday on business.
ill There Ever Be Peace In The World
Thornton were prize winners. Refreshments Iva !Map Lewis a student at 25 LBS.
During This Present Age?" consisted of .sandwiches Massey Business. College, Jacksonville '
Flour
I and cake with a variety of spent the weekend with her 1691Sardines FXi2il 27'

\R THE BIBLE ANSWER TO THIS QUESTION soft drinks. The chosen! theme was parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Good f

THAT YOU WANT TO KNOW I emphasized by the individual cakes Mrs. C. I. Atkinson visited her E

SUNDAY NITE AT 8 P.M. that were prettily Iced in pink, sister's Mrs. G. P. Pnrrlsh and
blue, yellow and white. In addi- Mrs. Bill Newton In Auburndale

IRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton tion to Farm friends of the honoree last weekend.
MM. A, H. Smith of Starke Miss Betty Jo Crosby, student

BOB GRAY, Pastor was present. of the Greensboro HI School, spent RICE 1.29

Ihle School 10:00: A.M. B. T. U. 7:00 P. :M. Birthday Itlnnrr the weekend with her (pirents, Mr 10 Lb. Cloth Bag

Morning Worship 11:00: A.M.IiOiIING Mrs. W A. Knight honored her and Mrs. H. B. Crosby She had .
husband with a surprise dinner as guests her rouslns, Miss KudeneCrosby
FORTH TilE WORD OF LIFE"PRAY party Sunday March 11, the celebration and Miss! Joyce Suher of

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marking the anniversary GreensboroOther guests on Saturday

of carnations hiP sixtieth and birthday roses added Howls to the of I Rowan were Wright and Dan Crosby Garner Herman I CORN FLAKES 2 for 29c SARDINES 2 Tall Cans 29c

beauty of the Knight home for the students of the Greensboro III ,
occasion. Dinner was served at 'School who were attending! the

DAILY. I on the lawn. In the afternoon B""k..tbalTournaml'nt\ In Gainer !

1 noon there was a prayer service vllle. Friends of Wright Crosby 1 2 29c MAYONNAISE Blue Plate PL
STARCH 47c
conducted, by Rev. J. K MrCor- will be Interested to hear that he Liquid, Qts. ,
PRAY DILIGENTLY '1 mlck of Glen St. Mary. Children was high scorer on the Greensboro I

.1 i of the hosts who attended were Team which won the. State Charm

Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Rhodes of St. plonxhlp Class C. He. Is the son

Petersburg, Mr. and Mn. B. H. of Mr. and Mrs. I... B. Crosby of
For This Tremendous Smoked Side
'1 Green and their four children of Greensboro formerly of BrookerMr. BACON 39
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs: and Mrs. Herschell Layfleld

Baptist Simultaneous 'flails A. Knight of Bellevl. and children and his aunt, Mrs Pound

': Sisters and their families IncludedI McRay of Gainesville visited her

I and Mrs .T, I... Douglas, Mr. mother !Mrs. N. C. Mott last Thurs-

I' and Mrs, L. C. Taylor, Mr. and day afternoon. OVER SEAPORK

REVIVAL:1RSTBAPT1STCHURCH I, Mrs.children L. R.and Roberts Mrs. O.and A.their Thomas two, of Mrs.Gainesville Pa"coIoU. vl'lted! Mr.and and children Mrs & BEANS 16 oz. 2 for 25c lMEAL, 5 lb. Bag - 37c

5 all of Lake Butler and Mr. and 8. M. Mott Monday ,
Mrs. R. W Kerce of Lake Worth. Mrs" Brooke Perryman of

: I Other relatives and friends present Gainesville spent the weekend
Starke were Mr. and Mrs John R. with her son-in-law and daughterMr. KIM

Townsend of Jacksonville, Mr. and and Mrs. J. R. Mott. 1imDandy
Grits
Mrs. Gordon Jones and their baby Mrs. Groover Moore of Starke Milk 290 39C

Linda, Mrs. J E. McCOrmick and purchased the Parker place here 3 Tall 51bs.
J D. McCormick of Glen St. Mary; and Is Improving It some what

:, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Roberta and They plan to move In soon with
their baby of Lake City: Mrs. C. her two sons Buford and Bryant.
i Alice Lang- We welcome them to our Community. -
I and Mrs.
I A. Roberts
Two Dailv of Lake Butler and Mr. end .
Great Services ford
f I Mrs. R. W Brannen, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. W Dii !Is and

i I. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. children, Barb"rlSue and John TIDE 29cI9al
Ivy
visited !Mr. and Mr M C
t Pave Thornton Mr Knight: received Dtckson Large Pkg.fJ
ift"1 .
; Beginning EASTER SUNDAY I lovely gUts as mementoesrf Howard In Starke Sunday

the day
I Club MeetingAt noon.Mr.. and Mrs H. O. Br..ivn bent

Continuing Through April I rlilice her home last Thursday at t.ernrnn part of last week visiting :Mr

Mrs. Dennis Fancher had Brown's brother J C Bi wn to II |
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|I ard Mosley who has been very- ill he had nothing to live for as hW I answer his questions correctly. ,..,..k.url dlvur and aun, a. ...Bradford wherein plaintiff CountyTnleicraph : -..Py As:OroBby.Clerk': of Deputy said Court Clerk r $ $ $ SAVE 'COLLARS BY KNO\Mvc

Says she has a very bard time I wife preteedeu him In death just Candy will be tossed to those not I' "liall puhllBh thl* Order Evan T Evans--Neal; 1 1>. Kvans. Jr : I II
Hulldlnv
L LONG BRANCH trying to keep th. house clean asSam six I !: montha ago and he had no fortunate enough to come up with in nxt. four weekly hand and issuecWitules" official. .*"I JuckHunvllle 103 LAW Kxilinnm Florida

Saunders saw mill la near the interest In life anymore. He leaves the right answer. I lilt Starke.. mv Florid, thin February Atty. for Plf. __ S18| 4t 418 I

By Mrs. 3. L. Strickland house and they get the benefit of one sister Mrs. Florence Hornsb Tickets for the show are on 21..1.. IUI.OFFICIAL. altAt.. A .3. 'Fhnnuas. In ('Irrult Court.. Hradford County, Former ( ruen Factory Watch

all soot smoke and dust from the of Starke, and one brother James sale at Koch's Drug Store. Adult ( Aa I"I..rk or saii Court rlorlilni In ( .kanrrry.l.imu Iaker

We learned Thursday night that mill L. Strickland of Maxvllle a number admission price Is 75c. Includingtax. By haven Cronliv. l>eput. KlnrldiiAtlm v Cle'k, Uoientln. M l.snnuuael| annuavl.'Plaintiff Defendant v. Jean I- MR. A. C. WILLIAMS!\

T Frank Ijindrum, Btark (Can No 8115Order
of and Children's tickets 35c and
nieces and are
nephews
Mr. Jim Godwin managed to get ; Little Jimmy Lang la out of for t'lf 23 i 4t IllS' of Publication *..<> "'.uic.l 1'1) I I- Is Now With
relatives and friends beyond will be sold at the door. _
'school thla week due to Illness. j other only \pprr HI'AIr 01" FIOKII lot
tangled up with a drag harrow number to mourn his departure ... ('ar..... ('seCt. Hradford ( saly. Jean Corentln '.anlluul.! whoH MARLIN
Bill Is In Ft. N. C. FACTORY
Lang Bragg j' ".y.I residence/ Is Unknown $ SEH\IfE
About five weeke was jerked I :
ago I
Is The funeral at Webster was NATIONAL GUARD UaMvlFV"eetdh""l. .. ". vs. Edward
In the Charles Strickland
army. I You are required ta appear on
down and some, of his ribs were 1 I conducted Rev. G. W. Kinard Freed. Defendant. ;;: I126 Court St.
'I also there by A CacS I'In. gM April 16th, 1961, In. the above I named {
broken. they do not know how : and the Rev. C. Farr. Interment NOTESThe lad SalIrC 'I'S. Court and caua, wherein plaintiff Statl,

many were broken but Mr. Leslie Karl iJtnf. j i I I was In Kingsley Lake and services Desire B.BdSard Of iS'l''J'K PuIulIrsII"M: OF .....OIUI)' T' trol seeks. of dlvori minor.*.rhllil car, cu.tody Hradford and County c'un-. I- .

Godwin unable to attend the Leslie Earl the Local Guard Unit (Hq & r..d. whose reMd.ncala
was Lang youngest i there were iu charge of Rev. G I A. Tleiraph Khali publlxh thIs Order -

revival. at Long Branch any because lion of Mr. and Mrs Bally Lang I' W. Kinard of Webster Kurfiss Hq Co 2d Bn 124th lot) will continue Unknown!re.Ulri-d to appear" on In next four weekly. iM.uenWttnwHa $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
are | seal
ha cannot' ride In a car yet of Jacksonville was laid to rest Funeral Home waa In charge of Its week-end training (Sat. April You 16th. 1951, In tIle above name'lt'ouurt at .. my Florida hand thla and March official 15th $

because of the pain from Uiese In the Long Branch cemetery all arrangements. Raymond had urday afternoon and Sunday) but and cause h..ln, plaintiff('ou1iyTelniirni'i' 19BI.Ia'.k.

broken ribs. He still works. Mr j Thursday, Match' 8 at .2 o'clock. Ilej'" made all arrangements for his no training will be held next ,week ..ek11 dlvor..hall publlah Bradford thiN Order OFFICIAL A SEAL* Crerk) of A. said J. Thomnil Court

Godwin and I decided that It Jim was ki.fcd In action In Korea funeral before his death. Pal- i Ig observance of Easter Sunday. In neil tour weekly Issues oftl..I,1. .'eal. try Haven Crosby Jieputy tletk

Godwin and Jim Strickland had January 28 19.11\ His parents( 1 bearers Local Guardsmen will train %VitueNa, my hand and March lOth, I Ryan T Kvanc-Nt'ai D Kvana: Jr I SPECIAL
I were the same as were for Florida, this .. ItulldlnoAltyn. .
rela.1tlves nt Htarke 101 i iw Kxihanir .
/ their heada cut off they would brothers. sisters and other his wife Dan Seay L. M. Sony Saturday afternoon at the armoiyIn In51. l'homuta. for I'lf 8116 4t 4BIn -|_ _
.till wiggle around and try to] and friends will nilss Leslie Paul communication work such a? (lWFIC't.\L .III .\I.) A .3. Court _
Tompkins and Reddish M A. Ch'rk nt said 1'10" Circuit. ('..a.' OC Florida. ,. WEEK
work. I wonder If they would but we dare his wife will radio, telephone and code. In addltion U"p..ty CI..rk31JR ONI!
I say Smith. We can truely say of this fly Hal'en. IToHl.y. 4'e' hluhili: Juilli-lnl Circuit, In and Furllradford ) _
Mrs. James Godwin. daughter-ln mice him most of all Mary. the I In to the communication 4t ('u.u..fy.Ar .
i man, Asleep Jesus for we know I. \wniobe S -
-law of Chief Godwin. was taken wife of Leslie has returned to I he Is asleep in Jesus and wm training for all personnel In the In CircuIt t'.....t. Urn J lord Co....t7.SST"w Finance ('.... Inc. a corpora .

suddenly 111 last Thursday after. California where she 1 III employed j awake In heaven with the ransom. communication sections such as : In *'" """" Plaintiff v.iiSlen ... lion Plaintiff' : V. Mallory C*, ThornIN :

noon and runiied to the Medical) This family will have our deepest l ed to be with our Lord forever training In scouting. map reading ; Knox'I.. tlefendant.Case KouX. and: V'lrfrlnli'\\.U.* Thonm.: of !II'r, to-fendants.

Center In Jacksonville. It wa sympathy The services were conducted I demolitions supply motor Nn. twl The Male O* Florida-.l...lMallorv '
understood Rev. Futch of Jackson I cal school will be held Very flrIer or p.Ilitl.'n ,nl '"'10''' 'l'sppesr I'. Thom... IteHldence South '
she would have to; by I clerl'/ $'r \T.'I 0.' 1".0111) 1,51I lend. Indiana. _ .:
undergo an operation. We have ville. Kay McCabe Funeral Home : time of the classes Is / I 1I..I..n Ii""". hNe resilenre. IClrimna Virginia. Thoma., He.ldent. I.nke 1' :::

not heard from her since was In charge I Keystone HeightsIty lectures and Instruction but ( I'orn..r, nr..at Nnffl"nd'YOIl M'I..nd.n.I'.rklnaham..hlre. vii in. Indlnna.iOtT AHB HKUHHY NOTIFIKD I : .

Griffis attended Rev. Ka nionil: Mrl' 'liluncl. of the schooling Is spent In I re,1u1'rd to appear on hat a stilt haa been filed against _
Mre. Westberry ,) < I are .. ,
.
111''lara McDonald .. .
.. .
L. '-,-,-' "'- you bv (1I.OI1U FINANCK (0.. INCa
1 "
practical work. Sunday the trainIng III I n "
Iflth I1**! te'
church Thursday night at Long Monday, March 5th we were I April whereIn- plaintiff Branch seems perfectly well talk called to tho bedside of our brother ,, will be at Camp Blanding. 'ourt. .dlvon ansI can.nnil! oth r relief. Hia' tl'n..v, of record. In HI5RIIKHT Rs I 4
IWO .F.ortl'. KSU. and hla adilre.nhelnir
Holy Uerk Services! The unit allocated additional Telegraphhall. pu '-
was an f'rt
ed and laughed with all of us but ,' Raymond Strickland who was County weekly 111 North Fourth Street Pa-
after she went home she suffered In the Holland Hoiipltnl In L>ea- The Community Church will five men under a recent Ilih thin order In neSt four lalku, ...Jorh..... In this abov vnlltled
hold services iusieuI.vitnesa. ..palat (>Hu. .e.. and you are 'hereby requiredto
taken to every night next change In the table of organiza hand snul official
ta very severe hemmorage and was burg. Raymond had been % mV aerv upon plaintiff Attorney.
week at : o'clock. the' Florluill. thla )'...rl'311.' .... ....
not able to beup or eat but little, the hospital with double pneu- 7.3,0 Monday tion. Other provisions of the lI.arkp. whose name and .11' appear z.

learn- speaker will be Rev. Weld, Tuesday change were that several additional 1 11551., .) A .3. 'rhouna'S. hereon., vour written d..r""M. Ifany. ,
we :
but la slowly Improving at this .monla Thursday night (UF'ICI.I.'II'Ar. to the Complaint. In said ..ult.a .
writing. ed of this Saturday. but understoodwe Rev Joseph Conyers, Galnesvllle. Master: Sergeants Sergeants I A. I'I..rk u'f .nhl Court"I"'k copy of which la delivered tn younniewllh u
I I/a\'n C'roely.. n.tv. on or before. April 14, A. .
I Q
IIY
executive secretary of the First Class and Sergeants rating 4tiI .
The revival at Long Branch could not see him If we went, aile H 10. 1951. ,
I I
closed Sunday night. The no waited for further word. Mon. Suwannee Presbytery: Wednesday were alloted to. the unit. Most of ; -11..1. Cuu...,.. IIEILRIN: : FAIL VOT. or .TlldKUlentliv / -.u' __
evange ......
Rev. t.I..1t r. l i-fiiult will I IIH vntered
Gordon Purdy: Thursday Dr. these at the ,1 UKalnntyou .
ratings are vacant _
afternoon had Carson i iQflffls .
.
day we ,
flat. Rev George Cutshaw was so I ; 1..101101. and. em h of von for the relief
hoarflii he could hardly preach. tn call the hospital to 'sae Hall, and Friday tho services will time with many of the Non-Co KllIe. Hrn'.n. '. ri'. v.. .., I pi.lived I In .aid Complaint.Ill I 4 ,
the 1 be a Candle Light Communion. missioned" Officers working toward' K-. Hryan. DefendnntTy '* ,nature of xald suit beingfur
, most of the other people were If we could dee Raymond. I Cane S... ,0'// th, ..n'.r..III'.nl, of pavment of a .
sick with colds also so they answer waa It we wanted to speak ; On Easter there will be a being promoted to Master Sergeants 1'.1.. ot r..toll..11.... I nI '..II. .' I".ml..y note, and for attach
) ...
FI.SItII mentlfllHMM llun.l nit .ftl I ntHald
. deemed It best to close the revival t to- him to come that night. We : union Sunrise Service at the beach. by attending schools tak.1,i Ipprar _Cr1111 I". .Lu Iryoo]_ _lii". ""'I....".._-_- ..."".-P'"...- -'(-'o"ri--t--HtH tliv'k--; : "Florida I u ,' thla"' _ ., .- .. _

-.; t It seems that theMe cold and tiu went. Raymond knew us and talk with Rev Inglt>man of the Baptist ng correspondence codrses and I I)I.r.iin..us. 1521 r S'r.rth II.h i4ireet. New Hyd.'al'k. .11 day. ..f March AI'l I IB51A '
YsrlCI J. liomaH, ('I..k Clifiilt, Court
ed long as we were. allowed to Church as speaker.On spending extra time studying at \ I.onlf 1.1111101. NeW
I 1 are prevalent about everywhere. as I I are' renuuirell. tn HIleir on 818| 4t 418 .
You"
with him. We stayed In Lees- the armory. I ah..v" nam..dIr."rt sis
ntay Thursday those desiring tc Infil. In the
4 I We had hoped that our cola \,11 I lASh. plaintiff' (' \1,1. .'011 nil).
wherein
The Starke National Guard Unit
burg near to the hospital but unite with the church will have and rAil" .
.
I weather waa over for this. vvInter an flrlilfUl'h unty'l'legrnIsh The hoard of County ('omml.
called the I eels proud of the fact that It is ,.eeka divorce I.rIn sinners of Itiadford .
but It that winter la here were not during night. | opportunity to do so so that they ahall 0hlish,, Order County. Flo..ldawill ,
! seems 4 fill.
i receIve sealed l>ld until 1000AM : r.1
all other units In the .
about 7:30 leading iceulea.WhacK'S
weekly
again. this Tuesday morning. At Tuesday morning : we may join in the Communion on n..t four offlo.lnl ceullSi. on April 2 lOSt( for the furnlHhlnir l.al(it
t went bock to see him and he Insisted Friday. Second Battalion 124th In?. In1 I mY hand .n.I March I 14th.lIlt. 1 of all\ labor and material
"I least It Is cold enough we can I Ct.rk. Fiuriuha. tiiia In contt'uctlnir. LIMITED
that he go home that day, The strength In officers arU enlisted | (1). On 10-lnth drainage well
\cM hlvver and shake a little again. regular meeting of the Community 'l'hnnfla. on
that we bring him home with ua men. Other units In the Battalion (OFFlC1A1I1RA 1.1) A .J. the. shore of Hampnon l Lake near
1,J1 We saw Leon Carter In these ; Chuch Women was helt' A. Clerk or paid CurtI <"ypre.a Hun In Maid COlJov. SUPPLI"ORDER
hlil.
I ._......
r" ".
told are located at Leeaburg. Ocala .... -
/ leave
( parts again Sunday. We under. .not him there. We him Tuesday, March 6. with the president Haven Cro.. >y. "-"" y .n.411I ; at a flat suns to cover (.i..t _
4t
I
Gainesville and Jacksonville. The jt.In equipment at
hadn't had breakfast yet. we .Ite. plus

:,( stand going this Is overseas hla last furlough before would we talk more about thl-a whenwe I The devotional Mra. Chrlstoffers was In charge presiding of entire Battalion plans to spend demit (.....-... Bradford ('......t,..//I.b.' ... well for. each and foot the of Board drllllnK to and d.- TODAY!

I had our breakfast. W. were Mrs. three week-ends at the Camp I .......1"... In ('IsaCCCPT.I *. from. tlm, to tlm. durlnK
Mrs. Loulao Carter says they Gentry and Mrs. James reviewed within Mont..om.ry 'illIIsuIll'. Plllin.'Iff. ". of the work the depth
back at the hospital about 8 o- Blanding Rifle range thenext ! have changed their address from the life of Mrs Christina I cc. Meredith :
clock but he was asleep and we two months. D..' n"Ant. ('alue No. tIll contractor .hall furnIsh (at the site!)
she Is Ceillard one of the heroines of the I liuu.a. '11..1. To from ACME
Lawtey to Highland as stayIng the Company Of puhIh'stlnn InC core all drllllnsm to Stategeologist.
would not disturb .J1lm. went backto Recent promotions In Onit'P 'h''i .
with her daughter: Mrs Rich- missionary field. Hostesses for the I WI'ITF OF 51.01111)5
the room twice and he waa still I' social hour Mrs. were William C. Rhoden to I MM Ippea':Meredith\ Ann flaweonWIl- ((2> In the vent the well furnl.he.adequat HOWE

asleep We ..went out to walk were Vance and Sergeant First Class and Henry ,,I llnmn ...ho..e renldenr. ....and .nddreMl"I *. underground draInage, the. _ _ Vacuum StoraisI'1i1'Lla5.ftaETi1 _
Mrs. Martin. I, 11123 aaf ('. fill.* .. Tocoma.hln ; "ontractor will furnish ami install
around some were gone about an C. Martin to Sergeant. ; ",'.., (ton or Ml.. Meredith Ann' funnel shaped Inlet. (.Imllar to S.it. Fonytkl
I 418 W. _
I P. T.
A. .
Mecling.All
CLASSIFIEDAll I r>. construction > with lock
hour and when we came back Three men are now attending Dnw.on William. 13S3 South Tyler a cap
parents and taxpayers who Tacoma Waaltln.tnn: and a 10-Inch cast Iron Inlet pipefruus d Jacksonthlie,
Street
I Schools In Communication .
Raymond had passed quietly whilehe regular Army tsr.' required to appear on I the well to a point 100 feet
--- - --- You
are Interested In the future edu. herefrom Into the water. of Samp-
and mechanise with almv namedS'oirt
the
relaxed In
slept. no struggle, just M>rll I6lh. 1051.
catlonal standards son I.nke. with all necessary sup.urta "- USE HANDY COUPON BELOW
of the State wherein plaintiff
and cnun.
Rfp".RF.nlA" his breath left hla He others expecting to leave soon for
as body. was to maintain such pip at urinary
M..... All Model. are urged to attend the P .e kn .divorce Bradford County
..._..hI. ......... aHaraaCC .... 72 years old. and had been a T A schools In other tie Ida. Teleoraph.' hall puhUnh thin Order. :. ...Jor.la; ; basin" level 10-f, and..et with square' a I - - - -
''' '''. C.IIHlIp..v.Rn: meeting on Tuesday, March 20 at four weekly l.mieaWltne. .
next
.....t "' ."1...... ,.<*.k.. U.... IlIt) minister of the Gospel for about 3 p. m. In the school house. The In .. mv hand and official spill and nth a-feet fencing high. or tiulvalnt..,? cyclone and fyi wrlthwof I- WITHOUT OBLIGATION. I would like a free home dwtion _

47 years. It seems that he had no Minimum Foundation School Pro- CARD OF THANKS nt ,stnrke., Florida, thla March 14th >den bitirliade.' of "yp,...... poMtHr I of Jour beautiful Brand New Tank Typeaouum (I'
COMPOSITE: BOOKKEEPING SYS enemies, that the only enemy he We wish to thank our many Iftl heart ,pine po.ta 14 fet Ionic net
TEM. Ideal for amull bualnemi. gram will be presented on record. their attentiveness and (OFFICIAL fIIP. *L> A. J. Thomas 40 Inche. In the ground around .,,,'h complete for $U.96.
Rverythlnc, > need In on. book. had was sin and he continually I friends for An Clerk of ald Court fenced Inlet haaln. pout to leave I
f 1 7B 8.* It at Rradford County fought aln. All had only words of Ings by top educators of the for the beautiful flowers during 17v Haven Cro.bv Deputv Clerk ..uabetween 1'''. not ezeesdint ,..u. _inrhiua_._ __ .
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Telegraph tf country Mrs. Redfearn will be In T. Frank I. Stark Fla themftidx : Name ___ _________ _________. -
praise for him. But ha told us that charge of the illness and death of our beloved Altvu. for 11lrllm.: 5114' 4t 4'S' shall. .peclfy. separate priceson
the for this
1 j program Mother. Also the ladles of. the item ( I ) and (2) with the con- Address

SEE THE: N WInternationailianester meeting. There will be an exhibit Community for' the nice meal In flrrjl ('........ Hradford CumntrFlnrlilai atruttlon of Item I condltlond 'unneiurlnir
r I of the work done the children In < hanrrr.Uobert adequnt uiidersround: I
by which was prepared/ and served f. Proctor. Plaintiff.' Vs. dralnait The Hoard reserve. theright CIty. State
'J In their art classes. to reject and all bid, and
DefendantCa any
God Delia Ma Proctor
Personal Item at our home on Monday. May .* No. ChIC to accept any bid at variance from If R. F. D..Send Specific Direction
REFRIGERATORFARM Free.OOr.ns. bless you all. Orilvr of Pnhllcatlon And 'II.tIC Totpnmr the above Mpeclflcatlonii which will I
Miss Barbara Rusher entertain- The Terry Girls. "T 'T- OF FIORII To accomplish the objni of .emrlnat a - - - -

At 1 ed with a birthday party last Sat. Del In Ma* Proctor who.* resIdenceand dralnuit well with locked Hhut-off
at Inlet
nddre.a. la unknown: Thla March 13. 1D61
: HOME urday afternoon at her home OTICH You ar* required to appear OB Tile MOAT> OF COUNTY J'OM-

Twelve guests enjoyed after Not loo In hereby. given that the. J I April 18.h.. 10SI. In the aliov named. 3lISilONEFIiS. OF BRADFORD _
and Auto Supply an u"d..r..llrn..d. are nnaned In bud.II"NN Court and cause., wherein plaintiff ('Ot N'rY FI.OnlnA.
noon of Canasta. under the fictitious name of seeks divorce. Bradford Countv ly 1O.. Ilarrrll, Chairman

Last nineteen Ulrunk Fred & Send Co. at 114.114 shall ,,"II.h thIs OrderIn It
Saturday night Teli-uraph "
.. 'no"..... iv trriII '...0... 1 Went Cull! Street, Htarke, Bradfordntinty. I next four weekly. I.......... I 7oILAS1FIIOR.;-
4I.IO-IIIOM.><.HAPII... Jk couples attended a wiener roast at Flu and Intend, to reglater hiinil and official' seal
Witness mY
I'OII r ,....1>1'''. 'I..%..."'...t ug'arWITH : the home of Miss Betty Rowlandon aid fictitiouS name In the office *f' at Stark, Florida, this March 14th
) IIHLK t.V RllrPllrlin: Clerk. of the. Circuit Court of Brad- I w.c. T.U.
Court A .........." a tm., M.k.BiItTlI1Y Brooklyn Lake. 'r>i-rt Ontintv.- Florida, :I lOll OFFICIAL ilEA f.) A. J. Thomna
( Mr. and Mrs Donald Devitt .1.-i.i': Sl' ;.trunk. Bo* III?. Blark. Fla 1 Ai Clerk of said Court
CAKKM-$3 up. Or- C.. A. .'lIt<'b. UQX 381. Slark. -In.' ,' ClerkT ABRAHAM
Htt Crn.bv Deputy UNCOKN-a
PV

1'l>on. 6S-J 1.30 p PHILCOREFRIGERATOR Paul B. Murphy on Keystone |fAtly.. for Plf 3,18', 4t 4'S' PLEDGE "U11EREAS. TilE USE
IT M 'l (0'S'EIt'W: .
'I'D WHOM OF INTOXICATING
'. TKATHKIt K$TATK Jo'OtL SALE-' Lake. Their Infant daughter Barbara TAKK MOTICM THAT A I I'M* M.r- ': I.. Clrriilt. ('nurt. Hradford '('...nr.Klorlilni LIQUORSAS
7 room house and bath: 4 bed. : was christened by MrsMurphy's ury Club Coup EnKin Nllmb..r199A.IU3LU In (.hanrprr.Kolh A BEVERAGE IS PRO-
room,. living room dlnlnic. room with an ui>l>ral.e.t val- DtrCTIVE OF
tfkarl. Plnlntlfr, Selma P. PAUPERISM DEGRADATION
cousin. Rev. A. B. John. i va. Visit KOCH'S ..
kitchen and bath on coiner lot. n. of !I.... than 11.000 WAR .1..01 In !&!Skarl Defendant Gift HEADQUARH
and. nix additional l.t.. Property. or Philco Range son. of Roscoe Ohio who Is also irartford County on January \12 1951 I, Can No. SIM AND CRIME: AND

Inpated on corner. Washington. and visiting the Murphys. for violation of Chapter 502. HorldaItatuten. Order or Publication And ,.tlc-* To BELIEVING IT IS OUR DUTY .
Water St.. In Stark. Lin not pr r OTtTK OF
141 an I'i.OItIit To TO DISCOURAGE
Interested THAT UIIICH
tenant Mrs.
partlearleaw Vance and Mrs. Hall enter.
It la the Intention. of Lwi' M Selma. P. .Skarl'. whoa residence IK:
*. Dixie writ Hlffhwuy Mr; H ,O llollvwnndFla. Hurfrett.. PRICED talned with a Stork Shower last lihott. Director of the Slat Hover-. J 2t.. Cathmlrul. Avenue, Z'u'utley New PRODUCES MORE EVIL THAN EASTER RABBITS 1.98 up
II'UI6tHOirsB age Dnartmrnt of Florida to retain r.y: GOOD WE THEREFORE
Thursday at the home of Mrs
$214.95 aid property for tm. by the StateIleveruase You are required to appear on
FOIL WALK-Hturro frame up Vance honoring Mrs. Dona. Department of Florida on April 18th. 1451. In the aliov. named. PLEDGE OURSELVES TO ABSTAIN
Starch III 1'M. n. In provided furHectlon Court and rau.*. wherein plaintiff FROM TilE Easter Napkins 15c
on..I..rll..n. T ym old. 1 ml. Mrs, Ray Hearst left on Tues. peeks. divorce USE OF IN- pkg.

I eat room of*.town I tolletM on Blandlnv and lavnratory IllwavI C. H. Nasworthy day for a few. days visit In Ports. In 941.. .a. amended 583.39.. Florida Stotutoa, Telegraph. shall puhlrxh Bradford thla County Order I I TOXKJATINO LIQUORS AS A
In
I next four
All claiming any riant or weekly l..ue. n.q VLRAGE"
Connection* for van 30 gah. aiitomatlu mouth Va. with her husband Lt periona
'I Inl..r..t In or to said proper or ullnt"" my hand! and offIcial seal Easter
water heater, llnrvaln for (TilE NATIONAL PROHIBI Plates - 15c pkg.
2om. Ray Hearst who Is In .Florida
port required thl. March
each, SI 760 Term. ronlder 232 E. Call Starke. Fla. any part thereof ar* hereby n"Ttark.' 15th.
Call 41211 nlnenvlll, Fred (by. there at present. I to appear an.1 to .muk claim ((FFtCIAI TIONIST.)
!!
SEAL,
,I within thirty <3D' day. (runs the ]I ) A.I. Thomas
Oaln..vlll..
lies itV. 3rd Ar I 'Mrs.
Ella Blows has
JI gone to ....
_____ firm t-
41 5130 date of the publication or p ]; Easter
I Cups 15c
; pkg.
-
Miami .,.
where she will make her Inant thin null an piovldeii by
HerIon a83.aO.[ Florida Statute. .*. 1941. I I

I. TO'"A""O condition 75.000 to .I'I.ANT 1011(No.000 blue ready KOK mold now BAI.Ifl J flood. -Bh Housework Not home Mr. for and some Mrs time.J. W. Miller and aa amended... or all of tn Florida.Hurh the State right TallahaHaee.Florida BeverageDepartment and Interest ... I III I ALVAREZ' STORE Established Men's thl:4;: 11 Easter Egg Dye lOc

W..". ...f1 Take niitler, FMItn daughter Bernice and her two .
In and to aald property ehallcenee
A Chore For small sons have left for their home and terminate.
Parakeet. Alan
FOR 8ALI'-Babv Lewie ?4. Scholt Director Statepovernae
llv. minnow Mr. Tho F Brown In Newcastle. Pa. Easter Grass lOc
Department. of Florida -
lUjnpton lip-JIH This: Lady Now 11'U 5t aILS.I The
DRAPERY
CANE FOR 8AI.K-a.. per Qnmpr; Places' SHOP
SIMPSON
.. Irctilt CiMirt. Bradford C 0..'T.Klarldai .
talk I will nnrcha all kind Candy Filled
(haarerr. i iClareatha
.>, rattle. O. K Holder. SlarkeTla fA' Positioned M. Carter Plaintiff v.. 'I I 110 N. WALNUT
111*
8tp DROWN
--
BLDG.
Ralph C. Carter, Jr., Defendant
Mn Laura Norris. 1325 A Until Next Week C.... No SMS: Easter Rabbits 29c up

FOR 8A bth f.I'-11: 1 room..rr..n..1 dtltrco poirhe hone louth 6th St. St. Louis Mo.. says Order O( Pvklleallan And Motlce Ttppear UPHOLSTERYSLIP

''t Two TnrnlHh"**. nn for *TV apartment htmnn.Pertnre 1114 lolng lomework the Is family no longer washing a chore and "Going Places"" the variety Itnlnh. <-. STArK Carter, Jr.or, whoie KI.ORIOt ruld..n'a'lot I Ila '' COVERS Easter Panorama

rlnri'h "' lKrfc F'' Ito ) being sponsored by the Starke I'nknnw, DRAPERIES
work in
She say she can do her ) You are required' to appear on

FOR SAI' F.-P-lnter p"". ,.....) ......1 l a breeze now Chanter OES, has been postponeduntil March 26th. 1951. In the above named. I, Furniture Repaired And Egg 25c 98c 1.49
hiintlnrtook. J. M. Kdwurd.:' She thanks) Thursday and Friday nights: Court. and cause, wherein plaintiff Refinished
Phone 13T-W I InWANTFD .. ..k. divorce, care. custody and eon. 1-.
wonderfulHADACOL March 2J. 23. due to the Illness trol nf minor child Rradfonl Coun. Estimates Without Obligation

to h>iv In or near Clarke for of many members of the cast. tv Telegraph ehall. publlnh thU orderIn : Chocolate Marshmallow
.. bedroom, next four I
h->m with( I or 3 weekly Uaue
ol Chas. A. Flitch will role
her feeling play the ....
Preferthl* concrete block ron. Wltn. mY hand and nfflolnl seat, Pick-up and DeliveryHUNDREDS

:'.'.'.''.tlon.. It ('. Diimpler. phore.. s._ well being. of Uncle Billy Watson a kindly I at. Htarke. Florida. thla February I I2a. Eggs lcand5cWhitman's I

I Read what entlemdn who Is bleaxed with 1051. II
a (OFFICIAL 8EM A ..T. Th maAa I
WAN'r'Sfl..PAlt" TIM F. won .ftv Mrs. Norris i Will Rogers sense of humor and a Clerk of ,llM Court '
II n m offlr or oiltnlde- HADA Pv llAten Croehv D..putrierk i & HoUingsworth t
rink Jack."n.I..". 184. Htark- .41. says | down-to-earth homespun philoso, .r. Purrance-.l.uw Bitihanirt. Blil< I
Fla.. 4 COL Is doinij : Jiirknonvllle. Flu.Attr I BOXED !
phy.Homer CANDYWide
sloomvttritv Swlndall will portra Bob for I'}if. 3,23 41 Sil6IK I
Foil IIK 'T -- Kurnli-hed : _

ybiqa. .......*-tinrtn. ....>.t ent_... .Modern..... 214 1 W... fr'S.d ..&L3b:1* Hope and many other favorites of flrpnlt. (.-nr.. Bradford ('D..tr.Florlilai .! --a-s "Srtr--.rr flsrrsssrs-rr ,.\

screen and radio will be Impersonated '. In C.........,..
him with to deficiencies of Vitamins Bi, B.. I Selection CARDS
FOn M \.i -- mall In this entertainment Harold I AlllKton llohlnnon Plaintiff EASTER
I'hle, wvter and bath! Tor. Niacin. and Iron. vs. Eunice Ruth tlutilntiuii.: Defendant : I
Cherry R..<1 Laura Ht... llea.om'>hleJ "It was such a long time sincrt which will be presented In the USO Cane Ni> SJ14' .
T Unlley. ItCJKNIMXK auditorium.A Order of Pufclleatlon *ed Police.
I was feeling 'OK. Couldn't sleep Ippear 'I
'ST4T5: OF KIORIOt T.I
: Indlca Formowa Axalea. either-just roll and toss all I I highlight of the event Is the Runlce. Ttuth Roltlnnon. whose. of details are managed and economi- Dress UP For Easter

Small' ..plant 1 Inche.branched*. lOa for anI tT Bo wellrioted. tilnlnia night. I couldn't hardly do my baby contest which Is being held known. place of renlilenc In: 111] I

for It: S tn 10 bell plantu housework-and I was always |Iin eonfunction with the ohow. Contestants tNtlcrade..' Avenue, Montreal [>omln.In. / cally attended that only trained '
.. '" '_ r f CtnadA: | a and VISIT OUR COSME1
$17% per n> *n. ranJ -* *- -""" and Irritable. On. day I JEWELRY &
cross are children to six You .
required
<... .. to m- .u..l. PPI.VFimwn1A7.AT..KA up are to appear on ,
n tlDKNH: A NV Its'Kit Yrnrleton heard about how other folks of and March Slut il. In the above nameil careful organization
years age polling placesare :: can attend when
HADACOL.I Court and .. f
> FlFOtl '... were being helped by wherein plaintifto.eka DEPARTMENTKOCH'S
the located In the stores of lead- divorce Bradford CftuntyiTele I
SAIF-Vew ,Inn-i---.. m bottle I began .
.. d."hl. bed 2nd In net four weekly Iweuee.
lee and nnrlnafor : t
silt for hnth fnut '42 HO new. InT aleep like a top-In fact I feelwonderful There will be prizes for the win. Wlln..... m.. hand and otflclat sash i iat
t >.w...onnnm thanks to marvelous11ADACOL tiers who will be announced at Stark, Florida this February I I
*. Itn It 19th IUt.O..ICIAL. i ]
,. Trial. the final night of the show March ( !RAT.: > A J 'I'hnm..1. I IAa De WITT C. JONES
FOtt RFNT-tONB Pa1.bll. o..no-.lt* Buy HADACOL today. 23. and prizes will be awarded In Clerk of aalil Court
Fii'mer Marl>ef IFln||| ..,.t' I'''>*. lunch. wroperr. beer, livIn.quarter. family or economy sue. $3.50. Refuse a clever scene "The Kiddies Birth. Joe Mill William*-Lake Hustler Fla. I Starke Fla. Drug Department Stor
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Fullv equipped 4tp-46 aub t1tutes. There b only day Party. Mack a Furrh. Lake Butler Fla

tot'NO "MI.|,K ,.... ....I.! it S. F." the one true and genuine HADA The contest will close at 4 p.m. Attjr. far Plf 2 91 4t 3IUrl Funeral Director Ambulance Serrlee STARKE'S BUYING CENTERt. -

warn*. Rt t. Box II. Btark. It COL which everyone is talking March 23. All votes will be counted I. ..1..1t Ceert. Brudf.,4 .'...".
..rldai In .......,.. Our local funeral home enable.
.. and the n. to offer
VftK CAI.-a!: mom tun.e. a. 'n about dally standings posted Wolf.. llenrr convenience. and
attic Alan n room bnu** and lot. on the show window at Barks- ( anir .Donald D'mmeal Services not otherwise available.
known
'SI l Rnrt n,
nrMr KOCH DRUG STORE o aa Fred Super). Plaintirr ;
., Rev Robert Defendant, Cane N. Mm ,
Franklin r.aw
ICY Fin. lip And In the contest up to March 21. Order Of P.hlleafl... And tnllrr TDoretta 4

Variety will be brought to "Go- 5pmr. !IT'TI'I ole .oRatt' T.* We fumlah the highest type service at lowest prices and
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VTaN H"-:. .1 I pre..iir* enoker 7 oPuck > CARPENTER'SDRUG Henrietta Damn. whne ANT'
w..an nhe...l. 10 In. huh Ing Place by the use of a quiz redden. and ..I
smut u.ed. h., -- \Vrltit. .itlrinrlc ,. STORE program In which Prof Quiz will Avenue. Queen. Vlllaa-e. New York i company u payment la part or in full on a funeral.
and .nIIII.n n. 431 I. You are required tn !
Iirtydfurd (' T .','It'' Aph lip give sliver dollars to those who March 34th. till In the above appear named on Consultation carries no obligation. _






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