Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03109
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Official Counlu Publication Established In IB79

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_____ Late Cold Cuts Berry Production; :I High Future School Careers Seniors In Special- And Event Juniors April To Prevue 20 Keystone Air ;k-May Get Contract -

Prices Hold At Juniors and Seniors at Bradford questions about their specialties to III

Satisfactory Mark County High School and othei the juniors and seniors from I For Flight Training Manager Says :

I schools nearby will have an op Bradford High. Lawtey, Brooker, ,
Reluctance of winter to releaseits ,- I portunity to learn what training' Clay County High School, Union.
grip on the sunny South has they will need the pay scales they .County High School. and Waldo Due to the numerous rumors)

V COUNTY JAIl.,.which wa formally accepted by caused Bradford County straw Covington Heads may expect and other Ideas ou High School. Bradford County Legion MotorcadeTo concerning the possible use of the

i Commissioners dn March 16 is pictured above. berry production to go Into a the careers they hope to foU'ow. : student will _be required te< Keystone Airpark for military

[ on the same date and will probably be reno- slump thla Week with chances' ofa Legion Post 56; when representatives of Jlhe"'professions 'register for the talks and demonstrations I Leave SundayFor purposes the management this

and used aa additional office apace. Below at revival depending on how soon Fair PostponedDr. building and other trade* I they wish to attend, but ConferenceMembers week' released the following report -

oft of the modern heating plant In the new jail, warm weather chases out the chill State Universities, and the/Acmed visitors from other counties may of the actual progre.s to date

one of the rows of cella. that accompanied the Easter sea- AVY. Covington was elected Forces outline their'field' for 'thi 'attend without -registering. I of the Jones-La ngford- concerning thla airport, locatedon

I ion In thin area. Commander of the Jonos-Langford- students at Bradford High's > The Bradford High Beta Club White American Legion Font and route 100 between Starke and

Farmers report a light frost White Post No. 56, American "Career Day" program. high school service organisation: Auxiliary plan to meet In front of Keystone Heights:

Tuesday morning1 March 27-remarkably Legion at Its meeting held Tuesday During the program. scheduled met l last Friday afternoon to re the Bradford County Courthouse "Keystone Airpark has been Insp..cted -

late for this section. I night In the Legion home. for all day, Friday April 20 ceive Instructions from Assistant next Sunday morning at 8 o'clock by the Air Force with a

'Pepper beans and corn were nip- Other officers elected were: booths Principal Lawrence' Gibson on and then proceed In a motorcadeto view of possible direct reactivationby
net In both the USO
ped and some growers were replanting Charles Hardy. 1st Vice Commander up distributing lists for the Junior. the 4th Legion District Confer the Air Force. This was a rou

to get a good stand. It ; E. Leslie Biggs, 2nd Vice Commander auditorium and In the near by and seniors to mark according tc ence of the Auxiliary and Legion' tine Inspection and It Is our opinion

is the third time that some have ; Al K. Carlisle, Finance armory will feature a display from tho careers they prefer. Career to bo held Welrsdale beginningat that the possibilities of direct reactivation -

replanted this season Officer the University of Florida Engineering ; Day Director Gibson Indicated 9:45.: are remote.
Carson Roberts,
; Sgt-at-
I The cooler weather has kept the Arms; Rev. Thomas Q. Mitchell, College a business machine these lists when filled out and returned The Starke Legion Auxiliary "The management of the Keystone

bloom from berry bushes, and now Chaplain; .W. T. Coram Jr, His- demonstration by Quina Type.' will help determine which Unit has been chosen, to open. the Airpark and the Florida Aviation .

that the first crop has been largely torlan; A. J. Thomas, Jr., Service writer exchange of Gainesville and professions or trades are most In District Meeting of the Auxiliary Academy has, however, submitted

harvested yield wCl be at a low Officer and A. L. Crosby Jr., numerous other exhibits sponsored demand. In honor of their being the first a proposal to the Army Air

ebb until warm weather brings out Seeber D. Goodman and A. J. by participating grmipa. and Representatives will be Invited unit In the District to become 100 Force to train military personnel

another round of bloom. Thomas Jr., Executive professionals. as nearly as possible In line with percent. In 1931 membership sold. under the Air Force program

Prices have been good averagIng men. Committee- Speakers and demonstrators.,.will the preferences Indicated by the In addition the local unit wan. first known as a Contract Basic Flight

$10.55: per crate during the I be available to explain and aoaw( tabulated lists.Funeral I. In the 4th District to bi 100 percent Training Program. This program

two week period from March 14 Commander Covington announ'c.ed ------0 ; : :. in contribution, to the State Is avalllble for bids from all quail-

to date. High for any one day the appointment of John M. 1-U. S. Chamber Services Department which Inrludos, contributions fled operators of approved flight

--------1 was reached March 19. when the Godwin as Post Adjutant for a- to the Lake City Veterans schools thoughout the country. Our

average was $13.32. Volume also nother term. The newly elected Official To Confer. For Mrs. Snowden Hnnpltal ami. to tho Department proposal was submitted to the Air

reached a peak on this day when officers will be Installed and take' Crippled, Children Fund. Force on March 2.

Held For Forgery 1,311 crates were shipped. office September' 1 j With Leaders Here ,.: Mrs. Louise Snowden, 83, died at Tho l local) Color Guard from the "Should' the Florida Aviation

This week started out with 1134 S. L. Shcpard of Pomona Park L her home near Starke on Sunday local Pout will open the Legion's Academy at Keystone Airpark receive

From New Jail srate sold Monday and 962 T es- Chairman of the American Legion' March 18, after a Inlet Illness. program by Advancing the Colors. this government contract it
toes :Jay Wednesday's movement Committee on Americanism in Mr. Snowden was born In In addition to the regular hualnensJ would mean a considerable influxof

I however, was only 319. School Affairs, addressed the Poston IL 31 rJIF Starke on September 19, 18(17( her J mooting an election has bern called military and civil personnel to
Iph 36-yefcr-old failed to throw the lever In the So far this season a total of the late Andrew and ,
Beaver Americanism Legislation of theDppal.tment I parents being to elect a District Commander, this area.' The military staff would
went the distinction of proper manner leaving the cell 9.278 crates has been marketed, of Florida. Mary Reddish"" Crosby. "*. I two Department Executive: Coun.nhlttepnen have a complement of 82 officers

I first prisoner to break door unlocked.The bringing: growers 9463149. Commander A. J. Thomas, Jr., -1i $!hi'' survived by'two daughters and two delegates to and, men with an additional oliO

iadford County's new wire mesh protection announced that the date of the ,' Mrs. Ethel Faltcloth of I tho American L<>i'lon's National cadets In training. The civilian

screens on the outside windows Shepherd Moves Bradford County Fair had been Starke, and Mrs. Susie Bell Lee' | Convention to be held\ In Miami staff required would amount to

who was arrested here are made so that they can be' late I Tampa; two brothers Andrew next fall approximately AOO men. These
start of the
| charges of forgery locked in place, but this had not: Radio-TV Shop strawberry crop I Crosby Lake Worth, and Math All Legionnaires and Auxiliary would consist of flight instructors,
changed once because of
again the
Escape Sunday morning, been done up until that time. Into ,New QuartersCharles this year. Last scheduled for the Crosby, Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. members. are urged to attend this ground Instructors, link Instructors,

I when the wife of the Locks have since been provided moved to the month of the Susan Sapp, Gainesville, and Mrs. conference next Sunday, parachute riggers, aircraft and engine -
ftmiliar with the newEnlsm for these windows. Shepherd has recently Alice Oliver Starke; 13 grandchildren mechancls, meteorologists
week of Oth. It has
theBoors April now been
controlling The escaped prisoner Is a brother opened his new radio television and 14 great grandchild tower control operators, etc., as
block, exact dates of which will be
the cell seat and at an- Andrews
to cover upholstery shop Elected
of Claude Beaver the young ren. well as the base maintenance crew
nounced In the
ck Beaver's cell secureJL truck driver whose body wa found 307 W. Call street next to Torode near future. Funeral services were held in of carpenters, plumbers, electricians -

the prisoner access toEr. burned In an automobile here Chevrolet. and Is now ready to the Pine Level Baptist Church of etc."The .

where he removed a several weeks ago. At. the time serve Starke residents. Taxes which she WAS' a member, Mon. Head of Rotary military staff and civilian

B screen from a second of his arrest for forgery he was After five year In the old DelinquentMter day, March 19, with Rev. W, E. employees would live off the base

Bow and Jumped to the living with! woman. not.his wife. I establishment Shepherd decidedto Hall officiating. Interment was 'in and the cadets would be housed on

liking his escape. said to be Tie wife of an orchestra expand his business. The new Dyal Cemetery under the directionof Guy Andrews, operator of the the .Irba.....

tecll Sewell. who serves leader for whom he had worked. : location provide him with about Saturday 7 DeWitt C. Jones. Starke Motor Court and county "A large building program
from the Jail I and
Has absent three times as much
On several checks &iven'sround tax assessor, was elected president would b, required.' All existing
asslgn- William J. Bird, advisor
Be program '
beinir m 'ftn i working facilities as the old place.
town lie had ,forged the name of of the Starke Rotary Club In the buildings would need considerable
R. G'
Maj. Kicid
ftheatlonal his brotaer-ln- He has also added another member Saturday, March 31. Is D-Day at for the U. S. Chamber of annual .
Rev.VIctor.Jones election of officers held'at remodeling. New buildings would
to hi* staff of skilled person- tint courthouse and city hall-Delinquency Commerce, Southeastern Division. At Ezdin Field kb' luncheon I.
I law. ,.. the regular meeting: .Wed.sday. consist of henpav! *. auc riunv,
equipped .
nel. Walter C. Miller, radio ,andtelevision y
cells are
Jail n.y for the, payment of -I:tf -
Sheriff P, D. Reddish said that rjT.I Pl.I In Stance',Tuesday, mess halls, PX cadet living quarters -
whereby prisoner% may technician! .will give, all real and personal brRTcm m "O. d. '11'. .ot
Knout--opening" We,tenRaver afte hJs arrest $28 was.-found w Shepherd the'assistance that bin' taxes. property 3, for "meeting with the National Starke hat reported to the Air Other office,.. -elected at this cia. room, and warehouses
which was, used to I Affairs time: were! Harmon well .. 160,000 yards of
If is reported the prisoner expanded business will require. Both City Clerk Carl Johns and Committee and the Board Proving Ground Headquarters at Morgan vice aa square
lot tell'was repay all but TOo of a check given Other full-time employees are of president; John Godwin, secretary concrete apron.
toBeaver's other I County- Tax Collector J. R. Kelly' Directors of the> local Chantber Eglln Field In Went Florida, whereha !
Ito to. Cook's Grocery Two Mrs. Shaller. Roy Marquette. Larry Gibson treasurer James "This program, If obtained wilt
B manner'making Peggy ;
>me the Pelican state that the bulk -of taxes have and with ,civic leaders. has been assigned to the 3202nd
the door to give smaller checks one to and Nelson Jones. LyHltt, saedgrant at arms: and J stimulate business and employment
been Installations .
open paid but that there stilla Group.A
Mr. Bird has Intimate
Blue Tavern. knowledge -
Club and one to the in H. DuPre In the surrounding area.
are business
The new cell doors Shepherd began his program chairman.
few wh9 have not settled their former Infantry officer, Major
amount of current'
H lever'at the end of were given but the total Starke solely as a radio repair congressional The new Hoard of "The trainee would be All
>ya $13.23. the 1950 accounts yet. These are measures and of other problems, Kldd has spent IS years In the Directors*, also -
Sewell still owing la only has has added Force cadets whose
Since then requirementsfor
and Mrs. shop. elected
lock urged to pay up before the deadline national In scope, which confront service. During World War 11 he Wednesday will coimlxl
her husband'a absence, Sheriff said. automobile seat covering and upholstering In order to keep their property the average business man In AmerIca served as a Company CommanderIn of W. H. Graham whose term a. selection are pulte high froman

I and recently, television. from being advertised in the today. Europe with the 87th Infantry president will expire In July, Andrews I. Q. and social standpoint.

7 delinquent tax list which will be All Interested persons are Invited Division. He holds the Combat Infantry Morgan, T. II. 8ado, A, Y Approximately 1(0 ATO type aircraft -

do Nine Red Cross Fund Navy RecruitingMen run la May. to attend the conference I Badge, the Bronze Star Covington/ A. J. Thomas,. Jr., Al would be used.
"The number of schools submitting -
17 To 31L. The sale of delinquent propertyfor which will be held In the court- with cluster and the ETO ribbon K. Carlisle) Chas. H. Quick and
bids number of
taxes will be held on May 31. room at 7:3O o'clock Tuesday night. I with three battle stars. I Albert Lee Crosby. and the

Still Under ParAn _____ u__ _____ The contracts to be awarded FloridaIs
OpenerS P. Cain. Chief Machinist Mate, new officers will asnumetheir still unknown. Some have under
from the Navy Recruiting Office duties at the tint meeting In
taken the of rehabilitatingtheir
in Jacksonville announces that Starke's Titanium Helps Produce July. expense
across own airport thereby reducingthe
all-out effort to push
lost theltBbme is accepting qualified
Tornodoes the Navy now Francis Bridges and Millard bid the contract and
be price on
of the 1951Bason this year's Red Cross quota young men between the ages of Davlson two pant. district'
governor the / of obtaining -
enhancing possibilities
to Ketterllnua of made this week-the last of the 17 and 31 for enlistment' In the New Metal "Middleweight Champ"IPathfinder of Rotary, were guests of the the award.
of the
aHford drive--Doyle Conner head Women who are high school
ng Tuesday night I Club Wednesday Davidson, who \\i "The Florida Aviation Academy
announced Tuesday. of
local graduate between the age
program $2701 still magazine reports( Strength and moderate weight Is metal from the llmenlte and rutllc state chairman of the cancer fund operators of the Keystone Airpark
County's also
pitchers, Winkler Is "Bradford thousand dollars short' 20-2ti Men are and women eligible.Interested In that "In a dozen major companiesand nothing leas than thrilling to metal ores obtained east of Starke and drive, spoke briefly of this work. JuHt had an Inspection on March

and Hazen. up nearly a three Independent I experts. Add to this! titanium' also in New York North from
gave Conner said. "It will take the concerted careers In the Navy should con- more than score refusal Carolina, I 23 by a group Washington
two of the hits going effort of all realdents of tact the Navy Recruiting Office research laboratories, the to rust or corrode, its disinclination other states and abroad. Screw WormPopulation D. C. The inspecting officer was

while the Tornadoei Starke to make the drive a suc Post Office Building. Jacksonville. tempered excitement peculiar tc to melt except at very But It's an expensive process Cut Major General McNaughton. The

garner two hits off the This office Is open dally from 9 the scientific mind Is running high temperatures, and Its aversion Production totaled only 100 ions general and his staff seemed quite

( Watson who pitched cess. a.m. until 8 p.m. Monday through I high these days." to letting bullets pass throughIt last year and will be only 2SO: to By Cold Weather pleased with the condition of the

game for the visitors. Through Tuesday 1823.69 bad Saturday. I The center of all this Interest I*_ and you have the full reason 300 tons this year The present I airport and possibility) of this

of the game showed been collected. The drive, which Chief Cain stressed that men ''a silvery-colored, hard-to-get element for the excitement concerning Iti extraction process Is much too 1 County Agent T. K. McClnne location. We should know definitely

H pitchers getting 12Hnd !got underway Mar. 1. ends Mar. who have received their pie-induc-' which, because of some In- possibilities" Pathfinder declares Blow to be practical. making the advised today that according, to within the next week whetherwe

giving up seven free 3U tlon notice are not elIgible for en- herrent and amazing qualities "Titanium's boosters see It a* price of sheet titanium run around a recent survey by the USDA the will receive one of the first

visiting pitcher struck contributors have been: llstment. has become the world's newest cutting airplane weight as muchAS $20 per pound, as compared with screw worm population In Florida contracts or not. We personallyfeel

p gave nine free bases.KB Recent Starke Dry Cleaners wonder metal. 40 percent; reducing weight of aluminum's 18 to 19 cents. Is the lowest that It has been In that our chances are exceptionally -
Carl Johns $23: of our readers the foot soldier's from 17 years, due chiefly to the freezing -
on The metal as some equipment
scored their runs Rosenberg $20; Rob- Elected The titanium ores In the Trail good.
$215-Sam; Doyle know, Is titaniumthe 60 to 40 pounds providing fighter of the tnp.sol| throughout the
passed balls. I J. B. Moore $10; J. P. may already ; Ridge sands east of Starke have "We trust that the local area
bins $15
: Exalted Ruler most common structural and better automobile engines; northern half of Florldn duringthe
B will In housing
chalked two runs Roberts $10; and J5 each from been known to exist for many cooperate obtaining
up ,
recent winter.McC'lane
m Inning when McRaeon I Hart Furniture Co.. H. A. Lawson. Of Elks Lodge material (after aluminum iron I making possible rustproof hull year but the concentration was for the personnel required and will
within the and naval and decks that urged farmer and
and magnesium) gear
ball and Stefanelll's, Dr. J. W. Brownlee, considered too light to make minIng extend the cordial welcome to our
on a passed 1
| Toss stole home. KetBmt J. M. Edward C. H. Nasworthy, Charley. E. John. Exalted Rulerof earth's crust. may never' need painting; reducing commercially feaible. Ex- stockmen to be particularly alert visitors that this area Is becoming
f Service Station.Van's No. What makes this news particu- the weight of tank armor, and haul tlve exploratory work convinced for early screw worm cases ami, to noted for."Until .
ahead In the TempleLake L. Starke B. P.O. Elks Lodge of interest to Starke Is that making better Jet engines," pathfinder get them treated before the mature
E. A. Wilkler and newlyelected larly the duPont company that It was this program la actually
three runs on an 1802 announced that the titanium Is already being minedon I reported. worms fall out of the wound
B passed ball. and notch- F. Dinkins. officers of the Elks Lodge a commercial scale here, and i And that's not all. Titanium hoi worth a try and the mining operation and develop Into adult file*. Treat- under way the Keystone Airparkwill and
WIll turned to the remain to visitors
Krun In the fourth whenBi C. C. Anderson reported $27 will be installed at the regular the possibilities of additional at least one more qualityan exotic over Ing these early <-ai>* will tremendously open
Humphreys Gold Corporation whlrhIs the public is Invited\ to Inspect our
first triple. colored next Monday night Florida's It be. turned Into slow down the buildupIn
collected In the Lawtey Elks Meeting mining operations along one. can "
using/ with ailceKH the sameput field and make urn of Its facilities.
Hiailne* tied' It up t-4 In section in $1 donations. by District Deputy Walter J Trail Ridge are being explored.Of I i Items more brilliant than diamond. ehted "spiral" process that was population of screw worm files, -Roy H. BrownIng Director
viu-n Rowe walked an developed for the washing of gold I Florida Aviation Academy
Hrd's only clean singleBuri Council Studies cus Milan both of' Gainesville.The than metallic form 1 Is nothing new and vicinity are already the proud I gravels In the west hot weather

grounder to left following are, the newly In commerce having been' used for I| owners of these "Tltanla" Jewels.It I McClana recommended to

tolled between theBJK elected officers of the Lodge\ : a long time as a pigment In cosmetics Is sold that the optical and At the present time National. m.era the new screw worm tar-I 8 Of 17 Prospective
: Sidewalk RequestsFoster Lead
;. and, allowing both J. D Doyle Exalted RulerE. plastics: ceramics and electronics. I Industrie are also Is also engaged/ In exploratory edy. This Is a new product Draftees Get
drilling along the Ridge northeast
Bjacore The winning run and T. C. M. Brlnson, Leading Knight scores of other products, Includ- keeping an Interested eye on the veloppd by the Department
Shi Smith of Starke with view to thepo".lble
top of the sixth on aVrd before the City T H. McNelll Loyal Knight ing white-walled tires
and a double steal Hazen appeared that Green. Lecturing Knight of which has already been banned j I Pathfinder continues: a mining advantages, especially sine
Council last week requesting' Inman I I operation at some time In the It does of the 17 Bradford Countymen
of It. titanium Is not not contain lamp
'ight P. K. Yonge I' along their property Ray Mapel, Tiler as a defense measure "Amazingly, future. any
sidewalks be put make I the that It has black and It does not dry out. Inadrlltlon'the drafted this month have reCeived -
Jlays!! a conference and Lafayette Phil P. Vltsky. Treasurer titanium also that Is used to new In sense just
it Fp. m. I on Orange Chsrley' E. Johns Trustee opaque the very thin paper that Is, been. discovered.' The Rev.. William Concerning titanium metal, smear will kill any cancellation of induction

Streets. McKinney Jr.. TrusteeS. used for printing! the finest Bible |fjregor, an amateur English chem- Pathfinder say: "The last big adult fly that happens to settle notices. Mrs. Rhoda Dumpier clerkof
I Council agreed to have this A. E. problem--on which some 6000. on the material. th. local board, disclosed this
asked Simmons, Trustee The output of the mine now Inj I lit, extracted It In 1791. Rome i
Vazelwood has entered'am done as soon a* possible. and E. Graham Jr.. Trustee operation cant of Starke Is used by!i years later Martin Klaproth, whc 000 will be spent this. year-I* to I week.

'am in the Florida Re- Councilman Bridge to south contact of W. H.Shepherd. Chaplain. E. I. duPont de Nemours A Co. In |,discovered uranium found It a. find a quicker and cheaper extraction A & P ContributesTo The reduction order which Is Inline

University of Florida other property owners to Leslie Esquire Its oxide form a* a white paint I gain Nothing was done with It process. Then titanium will with the recent selective serv-
I Madison Street with respect Robert Green. Become a "tonnage metal", af Factory Building ice ruling calling for a SO per
afternoon. Seventeen I the side Wainwright, Inner Guard. pigment--the finest known; even however, until Its value ss a pigment
Hms and 20 high school placing sidewalk along J. R. will becomposed better than white lead which It I I was discovered. In 1916. familiar and useful as aluminumor cent slice in the nation's draft
: of street. The Installation Team A check for $300 wa* received quota marked the first such order
compete In this annual hal largely supplanted. '"Titanium as a metal, was toe steel are now. Best guess as to thl week from
the Great Atlantic
i since the Korean Wsr broke out.
;?: II "the"Garnefvillf EU Pathfinder reports however,, brittle to be useful. But between when this
Recruiter of might happen i U from I I Pacific Tea Co. as that organlzatlon' Cancellation was decided accordIng -
H BHS boys who willIt" Marine Rulers' that the tense titanium expect- 1923 and 1930 It wa shown that "
three: to seven years. part toward helping bring to Mrs. Dampier pointedout.
: Delano Con- Lodge. age
Thomas ancy now gripping a large part the brittleness was due to impurities
a new Industry to Sturke.
i Arley McRae.: Billy Has New HoursWhen American Industries ID not concerned :, and that commerciallypure The Telegraph has a small sample .

.- |hy Wasdin Edwin Pre- Bay BART. SALE I with titanium a* a pigment { titanium did not have this of this) Interesting new metal The check wan turned over to Those men whose orders were
Sgt. First Charles Hardy treasurer of Brad
D>hn*. Bud Beckett. and Marine Master visit The Senior Choir of --but rather as the new middleweight defect... But a second problem and will be glad!: to show it to any rescinded are Eugene Williams
Thomas makes his recruiting of Starke will of the metal- ford Development Enterprise. Jimmy Denefleld. Leroy Wlms.
"y office next Methodist Church champion arose. The metal was extremely Interested person who calls at Inc., a corporation formed for the
to the Starke post Sale on Saturday. urglcal field. difficult to extract."In James Edward) Jordan, Willie Coleman .
hours a Bake our office. of constructing a buildIng -
Wednesday It will be at new sponsor Just about half the weight of purpose Charles Wardell Kldd. Eu-
|> the Slade I 1943 the U. 9. Bureau of
DRESSES with the In front of for leaxe to the Siceloff Manufacturing -
coincide 31
designed to best March stainless steel titanium Is prac- I gene Maxwell and Early Williams.
hoursof announcedthis Mine overcome thla obstacle and Co. The building Is now
INTEREST off-work and out-of-school Gas Company. It was tically a" strong all that was able to produce workable RECENT BIRTHS Still under draft orders are Fred
Import-I under construction.
applicants. week by Mrs. G. 9. Newcomb ant metal. It Is twice as | titanium at its Boulder City I iVilllams, Elmer Louis Johns, Albert -
i"y' Mr. and Mrs. Tom CoUon announce Guy Andrews, president of the
Crawford. ER142- Sale. The aluminum. but three time strong-:
office Bake "
the Nevada Jacob Walter
:. will be at the post chairman of pilot plant. Boyles, James
Hq. Co.. 1st Bn.. the birth of a daughter corporation expressed: thank to
and times heavier than
It Is three
the Organ
B'h Wednesday. April 4. will go Into pro The duPont company, as well a* Smith. Daniel Rudolph Taylor
Inf. Dlv., Ft. Jack- here on 6 proceed Linda Katherine, on March 29 In the A At P for its. axalst-
until Earl Jackson Mose Covington
April 13 from 3 an organ for the II i magnesium but six times tronger National Lead Co.. also operate) Kersey. -
to purchase
again on
B rd T Shun 14200190.ff p. m.. to interview both men and Methodist Church. I, "Such a happy combination of'' pilot plants producing titanium the Alachua Hospital .jant in this Important project. Shell' Mack Abernathy, S.

d RCTC APO care PM, women for the U S. Marine Corps. new I J. Oateen, and Yarnell Wilson.


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'' MAR 30 19 5 1 .
PAGETSS'0: __ I _Nit ..
I I 1511,. A. Clerk of Court I ny. Ile, A '
_,.,..,.. I spent Easter with their parents Rae and little son Mr. and Mrs 81h(OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thomas, Bv raven Orofhy, PI'plIl Clerk i Alt f., .:
T- Mr and Mrs. Chrlstoffers, and Mr J E. Starling and children of Aa Clerk of Court Kn T N..an. A Neal D. Evans, Jr.

Bradford County t Tel e g r a D b I Kevstone Heights and Mrs. Newman. : Starke Mr. and Mrs. V. I* Star Py Haven Crosby, Deputy 115 l 4t Clerk 8180 l .103 I.nw Kxrlinng-A, Florida.tlullillnir.Tnrknnnvlllw In H..rll0 Circuit,..roar Man.NN
P Last Sat. night. Mrs W. L. Rey ling and daughter, Mr. and Mr. Ally for Pit 818 l 4t S30| Mildred Mu, l >?' I
and children, and In Court, Ilradford CuvatyiFlorida ward J. ,,,,
Russell Thomas C'lr..ft| MI
E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNI: -DITOH By Mra.. :Sara I). :McDonald nolds entertained :with an outdoor In (hnnrerr In rlrrnlt Caurt Bradford Canntr* ..y
Mrs. Alma Starling and family., FiendsIn fhnnrfry.Murll .
( and Mis
for Miss Carolyn
supper "Kenneth Fredrick MacDonnld Plaintiff OffAppear
I Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Fender Jean 1lIrla. Plaintiff.. va, WIN Puhlietln :
Plans arc under way for the Gertrude Oliver, who with their vii Helen, Uertrud MucUonald, Hum( John Kuril, Defendant. Edward 'r1':
returned to theli were recent visitors of Mrs. Fen- Defendant Cane No. >S Day April father, have .and .
Entered SecondOffice Annual Homecoming ran No. 82RA adds a4
Every FndMatter and M I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. ... ... Of PnMlrallra And Katie To ,, 1 ,.
published Fla. 29, Dr. John McGuIre, Executive+I home In the north. der's parents Order Ot Pnbllratlon And IV To FI.OHIOA T.l nun Hr /it.1 Y.
at Stark, STATH nv .
Appear *
PaM at the Pout secretary of the Florida Baptist Mrs. Wm. Lee visited the Batten at Theressa. Helen Appear Gertrude STATM ttV MaclJonald KI.WHIItA, whoiiareHldenre To I William John Kuril, whoa rccldencala April You.th.nn )II". !ul'd,. t e| ,

Convention will be the speaker In Stephen Foster Memorial on Palm Mrs. ,T. W. McRae, Mrs. H, M. la UIBvllh.lnl Street Unknown: Court. and ,re, olio t

MEMBER <3> 1951 the afternoon. The complete pro Sunday. Accompanying her were McRae was visiting Mrs. E. C. Baltimore You, are ID required Maryland to: appear on April You 6th are, 1951 required. In the to above appear named on "Telegraph.eke. dlvoi'>I 1 ahdin ,. '

gram will be announced later. her cousin, Dr Monica Hearst, and Sapp at Hellbronn Springs Monday April 9th, 1951 In the above named Court and cause, wherein plaintiff. n.xt too w...r\ "iuWitnner
l $1JSO For Six Month'I look Court and cause, wherein plaintiff peeks. divorce. Bradford Count n", hat
of the
The meeting Williams, who came by afternoon the farms really hAnd
BubM-riptlon 92.00 Annually regular Mrs. H. ....okadl."r"., Bradford County Telegraph" shall publish this OrderIn Starke! F '101
Woman's Club was held on Tues- plane from their home in Liver- good In that section. T. N. Norman Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn next four. weekly issues.l 19!, rid. 14
day, March 13, In the clubhouse pool England on a three weeks seems to be very busy keeping the next four weekly. l laHuea.Wltnena Witness my hand and official seal (OFFICIAL URAt':
this March Ith dny
hand and official aeal at
PUBLICITY IS A POWERFUL: POLICEMAN: Among other matters of business visit. birds scared away from his strawberries at Htarke,my Florida this March 1901. llaveh Crny rT
discussed plans for refinishing the Bridal Shower 7th. 1 QSI.OFFICIAL, (OFFICIAL S.Clerk A. said Court Frank. LttnIrum lit t tAttys
Editorial by Russell Kay ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas of for Pit
Guest ceiling of the auditorium. It was
Mrs. Wm. Baker and Mrs. Some of the young people of Aa Clerk of Court
do In the interest of the decided to get bids from several Ernest P. Davis entertained last Pine Level Church including Py Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk
One thing the legislature can Evan T. Evans A Neal D Kvana, Jr., r
builders and If possible the
for a closer check on departments and Thursday, March 22 with a Bridal Arley and Benny McRae attendedthe 10] Taw Exchange Building s
taxpayer is provide and strengthened State work done this summer. Shower honoring Miss Joy Gifford revival meeting at Berea Baptist Jacksonville. Florida. Rom where I
public officials through an enlarged Plans were also made for the at the Keystone Heights Woman's Church In Jacksonville Thursday Atty for rif. II"| 4t 1130| sit..YdyJoeNSlim' 1

Auditing Department. increased 1 "County Fair" held on Thurs. Club. Decorations were pink and night of last week In Circuit {Court Hrndford County.Florldni ,
Thilf Is one department of government where day, March 29. The following committees white. Several games appropriate Russell Carter and chil- In Chaneerr
and where the addi Mrs. Wanda Conway Newman Plaintiff, I;
appropriations are more than justified were appointed. to the occasion were played before dren of Hellbronn Springs were va James I. Newman, Ileiendant.; And HisI
tion of more employees will pay big dividends. Food: Mrs Hasklns, Mrs. Rose the refreshments. Mrs. B. M. McRae Sunday Cane No. BUT
than it was a few Afro. Mrs. visiting Order Of rnkllratlnn And Notice ToAppear
the situation is better today Stucky WhIteside and
with "Ali
Miss Glfford's wedding afternoon.Rev. 8T'TK' OK FLORIDA Tat Species"Baker
years ago lack of trained personnel and sufficient funds to Mrs. Hurley. Anthony Baker has been set for and Mrs. W. E. Hall are Jamea T. Newman, whom residence .
should be done still handicaps the depart- Country Store; Mrs. Hager, Mrs. la snor.n Manilla Street:! Warn, ,
do the job April e. visiting their son-in-law and Mlchliran:
Detweller Mrs. Morgan, and Mrs. The Community Church Women daughter Rev. and Mrs. J... E. You are required. to appear on 'SUa wWs always doiag sae of them asked will

ment.State Auditor Dryan Willis is efficient and capable and Clapp will hold their regular meeting on Murrhee and son Edward at Hit- Court April 9th and, 1951(cause In wherein the'above plaintiff named something crazy,had a lot of people could get one like I lt,Y I

If given the: money can do a top-notch auditing job but he Mrs.Cake Bastedo and Candy; Mrs. Kennedy Tuesday April. 6, at 7:30: P. M. (Hard this week. seeks divorce. Bradford. CountyTAegraph stalling last week because his entry all :yours M'alll1 lt
Mrs James. ahall publish this OrderIn '
can't do it on a niggardly appropriation. Flower Booth Mrs. McDonaldand Mrs. Frank Walrath Jr. and Mrs Mrs. T. N. Norman and son next four weekly. lanuea.AVItneaa woa a ribbon la the Woa_. Club 'AUty Cat' anytimel I,
The books of every state board bureau commission or Mrs. Chrlstoffers.; Henry Hall win be In charge of Gerald of Heilbronn were visitingher my hand and official seal Annual Pet Show, From where I tit,
at S'arke, March
Florida thin
department should' be audited. at least once each year, and Fish Pond and Games; Mrs. the program. parents the H. M. McRae's 7th te81.toFPICtAff 1. Seems us though Slim saw a pretty easily "ukn.B
the books of county officials should be carefully checked Watson. I The attendance record In Sun- Sunday night. I'll' ;;A I,) A. J. Thomas, strange-colored alley cat with no cause someone tIlt
day school for the Baptist Churchwas and Whether it's il
Central City
at a.rd|
tall over <
with equal frequency. Advertising Mrs. Neale Mrs. .
Because of limited funds and the lack of trained personnel James, and Mrs McDonald.The broken Easter Sunday with Florida In rlrrnlt In Court Ihanrerr.Haiti. Bradford. Conntrt StA pCo You A> brought It home. H. washed passing )judgment n'f

State Auditor Willis now finds it difficult to check the Fair will at 8 o'clockfor 138 present, Johnson McCoy, Plaintiff Va. combed and brushed it and put a right to enjoy a IfmJlll1'L
open Tile Revival services had a good<: Fred Anderson McCoy Defendant
books in state and county offices oftener than about once supper and the committee on beginning. Services' starting at 7: Case No. 820' collar on It with a card reading Iteer-Iet'. take i pug.
Order or Pnhllrntlon And Notice Totpprar Then he enters it tern to Btern. and"
'All Species. aIn -
every two or three years. food says that this time there will 43: are being held nightly except MrtTr! OF F..n\ Tut
During the past 12 months his department has uncovered be plenty of food. They will not Saturdays through April. 8. Aiw Fred Anderson McCoy, whose real the show. all about before IIIl

shortages and irregularities in books of a number of offices run short and no one will go Invitation Is extended to all to I dence You IN are L'nknown required: to appear on Hanged If the ladies didn't mind.

and doubtless more would be revealed if audits could have hungry. come and hear the messages of then. April 9th, l5l.!* In the above named think it was some rare kind of cat a.
Anyone I Court. and cause. wherein plaintiff and it a special award I When
been made. having articles to do- Rev. H. E. RIden9ur. seeks divorce. Bradford County gave O
f The average or ordinary accountant is not always qualified nate or services to offer, please P. T. A. Meeting | Telegraph. shall piibllnh this OrderIn
such work in view of the fact that to work stateor contact someone on these com- newt four weekly issues.WItne.s .
for on At the regular monthly meeting mv hnnil' and nfflrlnl! seal Copyright: ,19S1,United Stales Brnt'I
county Looks an accountant must be familiar with meth- mltters. of the P. T. A. last Tuesday, the1 I at Ptarke, Florida thla March

ods of government financing have a working knowledge of There were several volunteer results of the new Minimum Foundation -- _. -

state and local laws as well as be a competent auditor. for "come as you are" Breakfast Program were outlined b>

j Speaking before the Florida Association of County Tax 80 club members be prepared for Mrs. Huntley Redfearn and MrsH.

Collectors in Jacksonville last week Willis stated that he that surprise summons "Break- L. Morgan. Parents are urgedto

t, finds the general public taking more interest in government fast Is served." familiarize themselves with LOVETT'STARKE
Keystone Heights has always school needs as the future of the
financing and greater interest in audits than was the case a I
few years ago. been Justifiably proud of being program depends upon the supportof
i free of even such small time crimes those who are Interested In the
He can say that again for taxes have increased: to a point petty thievery but last Saturday Improvement of educational opportunities
? where it really hurts along with the devaluation of the dollar night thieves were busy here. of our children.

9 and folks who are not personally riding the gravy train and I Someone after vainly trying to After committee reports Mrs. C SAT. March 3U

drawing taxpayer's money in one form or another are begin break the lock on the back door, T. Parker Mrs C. E. Mitchell and FLORIDA --- Prices Good Through &

ning to wonder if all expenditures for governmental services cut the screen on a window of the Mrs. W. H. Sipprelle were electedto ,

rya are really necessary and if the hard earned dollars they pay WatkIns restaurant' and stole n serve on the nominating com -

(''Y the tax collector are buying the amount of service they are radio. Nothing else was disturbed.The mittee.

df supposed to buy. same night prowlers, probably Miss Houser principal, announced -

'k There hag been a growing tendency on the part of publicofflcl fishing the same rods ones and, took tackle a numberof from school that have the proved music classes successful In the KIM EVAPORATED
ls. especially those charged with the responsibility of the dock at the Lakeside Cot-
and It Is hoped that a concerl
spending your money and mine to keep us as much in the tages. Officers are busy on both can be arranged for commencement
dark as possible as to their operations thefts and 'hope to recover the r
. Law: after law that originally called for adequate public stolen property.The In the social hour that followed MILK
Rotary Club has elected new
. notice in newspapers of general circulation that would advise refreshments were served by Mrs.

. They are: Pres. S. E.
when where and how R A. Carnes and Mrs. M. Wai-
I tax money was being spent has McKay, Vice Pres Frank WalrathJr. F. BREAKFAST BACON Lb.
been rath, Jr. ,
.J amended or changed to eliminate such notices. ., See A T. Martin, Master at

Every department of state county or municipal govern- Arms, B. H. Rose. The new Boardof

ment should,be required to publish financial statements for Directors is Huntley Redfearn

\ the benefit I of taxpayers so that t.hose. who. foot the stagger- A. B. Watson. C. J. Bastedo and! PINF.'F.EVPI.: PORK CHOPS LB.
'il W J. Sipprelle. TALL -
!rig" n may uo kept informed as 10 where the
money goes.
The "iron curtain" of secrecy that keeps the names of Mr. Gray from Tallahassee was By Airs. 11.' M. McRa 3 25cCANS
the guest' speaker at the last meetIng -
those relief rolls
on from
being made public is a good
example ,
lie the tax structureof
spoke on
This is a federal regulation that We had good attendence at Sun ,
denies the taxpayer the state and said that becauseof
knowledge of how or where his money is being spent and any Increased population the schools day School and church last Sunday I .. .. .. .. SKINLESS WEINERS Lb. .
and to have
our -
makes possible unlimited waste fraud and reckless spending. and other agencies were going to; I
Dr. and Mrs. EL A. Yeagler of SANBORNCOFFEEI
all boards of county commissioners school need more revenue. He said new I
boards and city commissions, should be published in sources of revenue would' have to Palatka. This community was
local made sad on Sunday Mar FRYER BACKS Lb.
morning .
papers regularly so that local residents be found but a great deal could be -
will have a check on 19 to learn of the death of Mrs. LB. 79c ,
these offices and a knowledge of their activities. agencies done by and economies departments In certain Louise Clark who died at her CAN

Publicity' is a powerful Policeman, and many politicians home near Starke after few
The Rotarians
Keystone met on
don't like it when it reveals facts and figures! for public con- Friday March 23 In Palatka In a hours illness. The funeral services Dry Salt BACON JOWELS .
sideration. The ..
taxpayer .
through his
indifference and leg Joint meeting with the Palatka were conducted Monday r
; lect of duty has allowed more and more of these public notice Rotary Club, afternoon by Rev. W. E. Hall at the 3 LB. TIN

safeguards to be withdrawn and they will not be restored Mrs. Walrath Sr. has returned Pine Level Baptist Church and her

legislators"P a howl 'loud enough to reach the ears of his from a short visit In Clearwater. body was laid to rest In Dyal PORK ROAST Lb. .
Mrs. Reamer' has had her sister cemetery. BAKERITE 89'NO. -
If !the guy who pays the bill frn't:: interested or concerned Mrs. Howe as a visitor. ,I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and
about Mra. Sue Shelton spent a few children of Jacksonville were visiting
/ ernmft,5xPenditurea- should i the bureau.crat
doing the spending worry about it? days In Ocala last week. relatives here Sunday after rr r .. BEEF LIVER
Mr. and Mrs. Kldaught who recently I I .
noon.Mrs. 2 1.2 STOICEI.rsPEACHES
moved Into their new homeon Susie Myrick of Lake ,

I tiiJ Men's Clothing Jasmine St. are rejoicing In the Geneva spent Thursday night of
STORE Established 1804IP 11111 birth of a son, born last Saturday last week with Mrs. H. M. McRae.

Mr. and Mrs G. E. Wiggins had I I\Irs..7. E. McRae and little son 29C COTTAGE
a reunion of their immediate family -'Danny of Starke were visiting Mrs. CHEESE -

for the Easter season Gathered .7, W. McRae Sunday.

: :,,1 The together at the old home were fout Recent visitors of the B. M. Mc-
DRAPERY married and their children
: SHOP daughters Rae's were Mrs. Henry Grooves ofUmatilla.

; Mrs. Samuel McCord, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbsof LAND
Rochester N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. H. O'
.J f 110 N. WALNUT BROWN BLDG.I Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. Robert BUTTER
A. Wilson of Lake City; Mr. and Groover of Brooker. All three SUNSHINELB. 6

I, UPHOLSTERY Mrs. Dan Davenport, of Greer S of the Jadles'are Mrs. McRae'ssisters
: C.; and Mrs. William B. Goodloe, .

a SLIP COVERS a DRAPERIES of Staunton, Va. There were eight Misses Gwendolyn and Shirley .
McRae and brother Arley McRae
Furniture Repaired And Refinished Miss Madeline Kennedy and
were among those who enjoyed the NO. 2 1-2 CAN STOKELY'S
Mrs. Henry Godwin and her

t Estimates 1 Pick-up Without and Delivery Obligation husband parents Kennedy'. ,Present Mr.spent father and Easter also D.Mrs.F. Baker was Seth with',Kennedy their Mrs who- I MIlls Easter State.Norma Farm and egg Mrs.Sunday hunt Dobbs J.at at afternoon.Mr. L.the the Conner home Florida. of of Fruit Cocktail 35C f1MIrRii! '

Starke were the
has recovered from his recent visiting H. M. Mc.
llness. Sunday afternoon.

Mr. Wilson .who has been In the Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Thomas and GOLDEN RIPE

INSURANCE for Prompt And SERVICESEE Reliable eration hospital soon Quite be &In back is large Gainesville recovering at group work.\ of for and Keystone an will op. Mrs.children Mrs.Those H.Thomas's H.of who Lewis Brooker enjoyed parents Sunday.were the, Mr.visiting Easter and NO. 2/i CAN; trpars; 4JC cCatsup BANANAS 2CELERY LB. l

Young people attended the Junlot egg hunt at the home of Mr. and

Senior Prom. at Melroae'last Sat Mrs. Robert Starling Sunday afternoon GOLDEN
urday night. were Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Me-
COLLEY INSURANCE AGENCY Mr, and Mrs.. Watson and Mr. 8 OZ. BOTTLE lOc 2 1
I- Stalks
GENERAL INSURANCE and Mrs. McMui try made a short
trip to St. Petersburg last .week
116 So. Walnut St. Phone 23; Let Us Thoroughly

C. CARR COLLEY. AgentR.B.ALVAREZ&SON end.Dr.. and Mrs Paul F. Holl of Mt Wash Your Clothes
..1 Lebanon, Pa. visited Dr. Holl's YELLOW

parents. In Keystone for the Eastr 1.2 STD. .
> holidays.Mr. s Pounds ONIONS 3POTATOES LBS. 1

and Mrs. Carter of New For
40c! TUNA
Mexico, who were here earlier In CAN 22C

TRANSFER' ANDSTORAGE the season and then went to FREE Bleach If Desired f

CO. Miami are back In Keystone again Temple Ave. Stark KILN DRIED SWEET
staying at Ui. Inn. They are both mt

l. notable fishermen. LBS. 4
-- .
We operate local Miss Jeanlne Brown formerly ofCeystone

A long distance but now of Arlington, 303 F
1f.S ILL 5REZ$ oN
I m.a, a anywhere In V. 8. Va. has been visiting at the SIp- w. win kL&'B
MOVING prell. home on Lake Geneva. 6 49LARGE
y aaaMMW EXCELLENT Mrs AI Nelson visited recentlyIn Dry Your Clothes ans FROZEN, FOODS

' I Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Nelson's
'g 8TORAOR sister, Mrs. Gerald G. Wright and For 20c 1

son. Bill. and daughter Betsey returned -I
Ia New Automatic Drier.I IO SIZE DRISCOLL
FACILITIES with her and have been or RUSO
staying here' for several days. B.

Agents; For Mr. and Mrs. Herbert William I I Strawberries29c String t .
who have been staying at the! ,
DEI.CHERBROS. See us first I White Feather Court for eomej| Rinso
The 1 Washeteria 27C

time Maryland.have returned to their homeIn ,I pkg. 4

df Mr. and Mrs. Chas H. Newman pkgs.Fr


d'' . .. ... .

RCII so, 1951
the weekend. He he likes I -- -
says this building
post' in Georgia better than any and so la like the Long Branch bi'lTiif 8WOFFOUP 11K North, KSO Fourth and din addr Palalka. ..M- Appear ftMTK OF FLORIDA T.l, c, itrt and nua, wherein plaintiff tppear HTTH OV Fr.OllllloTe.. Huh thi,* "nD., n >". V f, 11 weekey
many other church build- tftrM. Alfred Ill eh FaIn whc.'a eka" divorce. Bradford, .. ..
reiljonc ,
BRANCH he has-been In yet and he Florida.) In the abov entitled County Fraoa F Hryan whoee r *.hl< itcein I. "
likes lugs, too small for .. .and addre** la Unknown! Telegraph shall publlnh this OrderIn ,
the congrega: iauc and you are. hereby r.qulrr l 'ir North filh Street New Hyde mv >ind ami "ffl"al leal
the army says he thinks he will lions that attendOur to a,'rupon PlAlnt lrre. Alt orney, V'u are required to appear. on next four weekly Imiueji.Vltne Tacit, Lone (eland. New York at Mtarke, Ploiltla.' thlx Mach, 13tli
L., Strickland stay in the army until he can retire :whose 'name ami address appears April Dth. 1 1PM.. In the above named \ ..a my hand and official veal, You are r>' iulr<*d to appear on 1981.UKFK'IAJ..
J. Sunday School here the'MIRsiun hereon, : Court and ..u.e, wherein' plaintiff at siarke. Florida thin March .
full pensioned.The your written defpn.e.. If Apill lAth I9M. the above named ( SEAT.) A J Thomas
===== Station is still any. ti, the Complaint' In until suit, Burke divorce, nmtndy and control 6th. 1 B1.ICIFK1CIAU. I'ourt unl i f.l.n wherein plaintiffMecka An Clerk of xalil" Court
e last we heard from Pompy And improving. a IOPV of nhU-h \la t the Clay Hill boys Padgett he was not expected to our Junior Training Union RTTX'1'. on or l before April 14, A. Vradfnrd County Telegraph shall At Clerk of Court Toleirraph I shall' rulilli.li this Order tale I, 4t ti|>
tt, Hubberd's boy, live through the night. We hope has started off nicely. We hope to If lIKItKlN 1:*ol.;: FAIL puMlrh lalna this. .Order In net fourw..klv By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk9 ;tit next .four, weekly \tactics, -
NOT or Ju.lKm.nt \ 41 3'30OTICI0 Wltnc .
Ljey, Brooksles' boys he has improved since we heard get the young people In this local- by Default will b* entered aiialniit. Wltnem mv hand and official seal! at stark n, my Klorliln hand, thl and. March official 14th seal In rirrnK ('curt. llradforil. Conaty,
I This makes ity Interested In the work of the you. end **rh of you for the relief at Etarke., Florida, this March 8th. I 1951.OFFICIAL. Plnrlilni In ( kaarery.HHllv
: ,
Bragg ,
this.We prnyni t in nald I Complaint..hPl.1Lur" 1x81 1 I It Freed, Plaintiff, e EdwardA.
S' Lys that we know offoil attended church at Highland church some seem to think there of cehl: uu being. for I (OFFICIAL !SKAt.' A..J. Thames Notice ta hereby given that theundersigned ( '" "A' .. (lock A of J ald .('ourtfly Fret-d. Defendant. i
( namely Monday night and Is not anything for them to do, enfnroemenl o[ payment lit a An. Clerk of Raid Court la enicaited In bunlneanunder llnven' 'ronliy, Care No. 1301Order i
i'l.\l\ Bragg learned Win- prnmleacry ,note. end for attach. nv ltaven Crosby, : the flctlcloua name of R. K. Deputy Clerk Of Pnblleefl. A.d %.<.len Te I
Edwin fred Wilkinson others seem to be ment % ltfle'. Deputy Clerk Alvarea ailS 4t 4 e ......... 1
L Bill Lang. had been rushed to afraid we will\ n.y hand and .e.1 of T. Frank Jjindrum, Florida and Son Transfer and Appenr MTATr OP .1. To
, J'II\! \& Mosley. But If any the hospital for an appendix opera find something for them to do .ald 14 C.rl, .t. Mlarke' Florida. this Attys. for Plf. Starker 3,9; 4t SI30ClKpiilt Florida Htornire and Co. Intends In' Bradford. County, In ('Irenlt Court. -, llrniirord (......t,.., Edward A. Freed whoae realdencela t I I
ti> reirlater 1Tnknowni
"n' to Fort Bragg tlon. He Is one of the song leadersat ,' therefore they do not attend. They A. .1yThomas,Clerk Circuit Court. flctlclou ram.n/ the office theaald F'loridai. In T.( hnnrery.Andrew ...... You are. :required to appear on 1
I""M4" f' stay the Highland church. He was all\ seem to be Interested I In the Silt 4t 4i;' I. Coort. Hnidfcrd fmmmlr. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Helen Knox, Hvfeinlant Plaintiff April 16th 1931. In the above named

ll I bty ,rl t that( and they not may really whole missed, not only he. but Ills I. A. H. club we have started but I. I..U c.-...-.. .......'.r. feealy. heats Ph.elder. l.tidden In kaneery.Plaintiff. ...... Charles Bradford n.County.B AtvareeOwner Florida. Of Publication And Cii"e Mollee:No. 1307Order TnAppear Court I amt divorce: cau e, Bradford wherein plaintiffaeeka CountyToleicraph
\ is *. seeifYou family from church that they cannot belong to this club If ."Iorldsl I. t.a.._rr. R. I udden, Def..d..nt.C. Starke Florida MT\I'H nv" Kl.ollll" To" Khali publish this Order
*eg post a city. night. Our Christian young peo they do not attend church: and I.loyd-lt. Unhn, plaintiff. ...... Mar Order Of Pihllratln ..* No. (3ni 38| 4t 130! I Helen Kaox whoiie rriilaence Is In next four weekly.l issues.Witness .
army A.4 Notice TeAppear
Bn I ple are always missed mot w. Br.hn. Urlmtna Corner tlreat MlaHeiiden, my hand and official' seal
ff as Jacksonville when they Sunday school. So It they-anyone Defendant.No.. 1t4a TATH OK KIOH1I\ TotCharles r. C/real. tenet. tucklnirhainehlre. England ,at Ktarke Florida this March tot It.
have! to mice church services. Order ... R. L.uJden whose residence Ar.dr.rd
by this time for The or v. ., ,,. ".d Nell.v T. Flerrdai !. Cannorr.ii.Jlry You are required to appear on mi.
tet, seven years since' revival at Highland for the next from nine to nineteen-are Interested Apppee wr(1'N OK FLORIDA T.l Is You t'nknown are required: to ": ;111. PI..ntlif.' ... C..t.j April 16lh' 19111, In the above namedCmtrt (OFFICIAL SRAT.' ) A .J. Thomas, f
ut on
Margaret' W. Brahn. Whose. appear F. and A* Clerk of aald Court
two weeks Is to be conducted by In this club they will have I. re.ldrnc. April 9th 1951. In the abova namedCourt ) efendant. cause wherein plaintiff
Unknown and whone Meek divnrc.'nd other By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk
i p. o Ad- .. Cane relief DrRI.fort
tt was at home over the Abb pastor.Norman Rev Edward has Harvey. to attend church somewhere, and dries h'HHunt.. 'I.;,. p New M. "" 529. West Point necks and divorce..u.e. Bradford wherein plaintiff County Order Of Pnkllcatloa. And Notice. T County Telegraph shall. pub all, It 418
a garage In WORK. 1011 Jrtiry Telegraph shall publish this Order -- ....
If Is
interested in
HMB anyone are rrqulrvd/
M Highland. The Is to appear on ...... -
report that he A"rllllth. mm, In next four weekly t. I
CIAL ONCOVERS seems to be doing an abundanceof this club I will help with it alI\ Court and cause in, 'her.ln the above nialntlff numr.l AVItnepa my hand and official seal. '
work. trek divorce end General l at mntke, Florida thla March
can equitable i 7th I'MOFFICIAL.
wt Our County Commissioner has "hall-lli-r.publish ITnclfortl fuunly Telegraph { SEAt.) A ,T. Thomaa.As ..
$12.50 been working all around here In ,'h.. (Irrult rnnrt Of Florida. irklv iHKiteiiWllnemi thin. Order In next four Clerk of Court
I',.la. .hill. Juilli-lnl 1.lr..II. In and For Pv: Tlnvon Crosby, :Deputy Clerk
again Mr.
Hatcher l Is mv hand
anti offMnl
5.00 a little
slow .... .
IIrn'U..1 4 sty.Artw at HtirkK,, K. K Perrvman, "'Iarke. Florida
getting to our work Florida this March 8th, ,
sometime but 1981OFFICI.t! Atty for Pit. S:9: 4t TSOla
TO ORDER he gets It done. He just noeda OliibiFlnani'ti. (-n. Inc i.irpurntlun ( T. MBAA. .T. : i
ThnmnllAn 1 !
_,f'linl<.* Labor Only. time.We t itiiillrwlMli ljliilnlirf I : \M.TlumiHH Mnllorv: Of:ftiulunta.OTIf Thomu 1 leek of da!lit, Cnurt rircull Court llradfnrd Cnvnty,'
\ I H OF !M'ITThi ny llnvrn CroBl.v Deputy Cli-rk Klortilnt. In t'hancrry.laude :
|J lm"hide Mate rialBedding understand that Lee Green > Klnlv of .rl.n-I.. .... "'hue. It. 1I.204Q OunranlY Life I' DIMnrio: plaintiff, v'.. ; i
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\ ThomiiM.. Kttnlflancf: t.nke-. Order Of Puhllratlna. .tad Notice 'I.
the nature of his employment.The vlllf, Indiana I In ( lr<B. r, Appear *r\rti]] OF 'r.ORln' TnlJovfphlne
|mpany.W church building at Highlandis Yell A Kid IIKHKnr NOTIFIED Plorldni: In ChnBcrrr.lrirlrlii PIMarso.' who. residence
that a milt him horn filed futnlnut \ Katherine Fain. Plaintiff In: 0 sixth' ftreet, New Rochelle
Starke almost ready for the root. We you hy (11,01110 FINANOK ('0. INC., YO'. Alfred Hugh Fain nf' ndant.CaHO New Tork:
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Miss Wy- !. Clr<-.l. ro.r.. Bradford County,
> Crawford I logue, the story depicts Klorldm l. CkaBWrr.
\ Easter
F Miss Egg Hunts Sue ,
CarpenterTo Betty
man's rigorous training as an air- willie MrElrov; Plaintiff va. Fannie

Wed Mr. MyersOn Feature Of Season Weds Billy Hagan line stewardess and her subsequent IMcElroy.. Defendant Case No. 11314

1\ 1 career Order Of Publication ,sad Notice. to PIIONE 218
May 5th i! The Easter bunny was buayhldin& Jt takes a spectacular free-for- App.... "T'''rH OK FI.OIIIIIA Toe

.; multicolored eggs for a all fight upon the part of the trio Fannie 140 p.Currier McKlioy"Street' whose, Atlanta reslrtenoaIn I, COLON ,I.

series of children's parties given of male suitors before Miss Wy- j.ortrin:
required to appear on
Ton are
I over the weekend by church mao can decide which she wants April 81rd, 1961 In the above named '
groups and at the homes. The as her partner for life. Court and cause, herein plaintiff .FLORISj
Bradford County
seeks divorce.
Office ,| hunt extended, from Thursday of Telegraph hall publish thin OrderIn
Phone 29 last week through Monday. ADDRESSESOF next four weekly I Imuoa.: t 'IF
: : ;
Witnr.s I my hand and official sesiAf
.. .4... I The City Park on Church street Jw INTERESTCarl "Ktarke, Florida, this March tOth L 0 WEEi q
---- - 1951.
was chosen for the site of
an .
J. Thomas,
Junior Club Beta Sigma Phi Easter egg hunt given by the Baptist A. Clerk of Bald' Court ALL oC C.111F anQ
I Llndvall 314 W. 10th St.. By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk g
Story and
Entertains RusheesAt group ails 4t 4111
New Wayne Nebr.
Will I Primary B. group Thursday afternoon _

T Members MondayThe Hobo Party of last week. Winners in the St.Mrs., Pacific L. M.' Grove Francis Calif.307 First .. rirrult!..Coot(....,..Rradford.., CoaatnFlorldil t

hunt were Jimmy Lawson and Anna. Nolan Plaintiff v*. Harry t,. ( )
Junior Woman's Club wl 111 Mrs. Margaret Scruggs' home on | Kay Dennis. Leaders of the group Mrs. R. M. Lee, 648 Steamboat Nolan Defendant. Can No. 832S
Order Of Pabllratlon And Notle toApprar
Road Greenwich Conn.J.
hold 1U regular meeting Mondaevening. iy Kingsley Lake was the scene < were Mrs. Carson Roberts Mrs MTATH OP KLOIIIOA To.

April 2. honoring ncr w the Beta Sigma Phi "Rush" pan ty ( Jessie Young, Mrs. a. B. Flynn P. Hammock 822 Mackinaw, Harry U Nolan, whose residence li DISH OAltDltJfa
... 1
,,4 Jacksonville Fla. 2005 Northern Boulevard Manh. -
Suppe:r. of last week.
Thursday ,
members the past year. H Mrs. E. L. McKnight, Mrs. Jesse .ett, Long Island, New York r''
4 which will be served at 7:4: l 5 The party was in a form of Newsome Mfss Evelyn Newsome You are required to appear on POTTERy

o'clock will precede the meeting. Hobo party with all members an and Mrs. Maxie Carter. w rEire. April Yard 19(1 In the above named
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff POTTED ,11FLOWERS
bMrs. MEMORY:' : OF
HOlltell ell for tho evening will guests dressing the part. Mr; I Neighborhood egg hunts were seeks divorce. Bradford County PLANT
t Guy Sale Mrs. O. J. Edwards I. Marjory Dowling won first prig e ", : I given Sunday afternoon Mrs. Charles. Monroe Carlton Telegraph' shall publish this OrderIn
Mrs. Ro i by Born July 15. 1878 next four weekly .Issues.WItiees WIRt'
Stern y in the ,
Miss Louise for being dressed most 01 j Guy Sale and Mrs. Frank Broadway my hand and official seal.
Ward and Mrs. Richard Fowle I glnal costume. Mrs. W. B. Sewel 4 in their Ollie Ellington announce 1)1",1Iareoh: 29 1948 at "Starke Florida, this March 20th ANYWHERECUSTOMERS'
for'the supper whlc:]h who dressed as 'duiila i respective yards. Frank II. Carlton, Son 1951. Nona
Reservations sponsor, was the marriage of her only daughter,, SEAL St
9r 1 At the Sante Lake (OFFICIAL "' ) A. J. Thomas,
served by the Methodte"WSCS hobo" had her guest he' Fe home 01 f IJo.tr"U.lIchlgan: Clerk of said lp
Is being "lady as Mr. and Mrs. Junius M. Smith Betty Lue Crawford of Starke, A. Court.
late r the Charles Darbys a lovely Easte By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk '
must be made not daughter, Miss Virginia Sewell.
announce the engagement and app to Billy Hagan son of Mr. and 3123 4t 4113
than Friday noon (today) by contacting Lights were strung around th J egg hunt was given for the young. Mrs. J. L. Hagan of Coolidge Ga
Sale. p preaching marriage of her daughter ,I raters followed by a family
Mrs. Guy yard and tables and chairs set u:] supper The was performed by
The State Federation of Wo.' for the occasion. Weiner Mary Joan Carpenter to party Sunday evening. Enjoying ceremony -
I Rev. C. H. Rhoden at the home ot
mane Clubs convention 1 Is beinf 8 marshmallows and other refresh,_ Charles Richard Myers of Charleston 'Ithe affair were the J. R. Wain. the bride's mother
t held in Daytona Beach April 3:. ments were cooked over the opei r S. C. and Jacksonville. I wrlghts the W. H. Grahams Mrs. evening. March 17, at on 8 o'clock. Mal9velous

4, 5 and those attending from th,e fireplace. Several sorority game:I The wedding will take place S. L. Peek and Darby the Morgan The bride was given In marriage A&P's
Junior Woman's Club are Mr I. 'Including hitch Darbys and the Roy Wards
were played
Saturday evening. May 9, at 71 by her uncle Arch Ellington. Her
Mrs. O. J. Ed
Denmark 3.k
S. G. hiking contest with Mrs. Mnrgare t Twenty neighborhood children a
maid of honor sister of the
was <
o'clock in St. Mark's a
wards Miss Lllllam Stump and I Corum the as Episcopal' enjoyed the annual
winning prize being Easter egg '
Mrs Rose Lee Johnson 01
g ,
Mrs. Cliff Hazen. Any other mem the beat hitch-hiker.! The refreshment Church. I hunt in the yard of Dr. and Mrs

bers wishing to attend please con tables carrjed out the hob No invitations are being sent ,I' H. H. Adams Sunday afternoon Thomasville Ga. olley-Savers
J. B. Crawford served as bee
tact Mrs. O. J. Edwards. effect with big patches sewed oh n but all friends and relatives of the!' After the hunt delicious refreshments
for Mr.
board man Hagan.
The 1931-52: : executive I
h the table cloth. ,, were served by Mrs. J. M ) '
entertained at a covered din couple are invited to attend. The bride chose for her weddinga v
Guests included the regulai I t j II Vickers Mrs. L. J. Green, and Mrs. .
luncheon Tuesday at the home of I light blue suit with which she<
members of the sorority and elgh'ruahees. 'f I M.: B. Herlongr. 1
Mrs. O. J. Edwards. The boardmade Knight-Colson .wore white accessories.Mr. .
plans for programs for the Larry Noegel found the "golden Hagan Is employed with a ."W

coming, year.Luncheon. Miss Merry Beth Knight I egg" and received a prize at the Humphreys Gold Corporation.Mrs. I. ,

Buffet Dinner daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. hunt given by the Woman's Auxili- Hagan was a student In the -

SeriesIs Follows Christening Knight and WilIi m' S. ary and Sunday schoolteachers of Starke Junior high school. I I

the Episcopal Church ,Monday '
son of Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Col-I I
] Continued Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davla entertained afternoon In the church yard. Preceding Jane I
I at a buffet dinner Sundayfor son, will be mar/led on April 13: at the hunt Rev. Fred Yerke Wyman

S Entertaining at "vanishing out-of-town guesta followingthe 8:30: p. m, In the First Methodist gave a short Easter Service to the Has Lead In v-

luncheons" this week; for the benefit christening of their grandson Church with Rev. Thomas d Sunday school group. Followingthe
II { New Florida FilmThe
of the Metftodlst building fund
Gregory Rawson Davis eon of Mr. officiating hunt refreshments were servedby
j Mrs. M. R. Judd and Mrs. J.
were and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. of Tallahassee. No invitations are being sent Mrs. Edward Bums, Mrs career and extra-curricular Any time you visit A&P's
R. Walnwrlght.Mrs. .
Judd had as her luncheonguests but all friends and relatives of Lemuel Colson. Mrs. Herbert Tho romantic activities of an airline Produce Department you'll I

Tuesday: Mr. Johnny Red- The ceremony took place pre the couple "cordially" invited tc mac. Mrs. Stanley Noegel. Mrs. stewardess form the novel and engaging CORNER see fresh proof that A&P's
( ceding the Sunday services at StMark'a attend. Lewis HIeatt and Mrs. H. C. subject of "Three Guys "Low Price, Low Profit"
Miss Louise Stern, Mrs. There food
greave never was a .
Episcopal church with J. Brown. Earned Mike", at the Policy can save you money
;F Francis Williams, Miss Sarah Williams store that couldn't be im
S. Walters J. on fruits and
of R.
Jacksonville vegetables
Mrs,. I Florida Theatre this Sunday and
Mlas Girnlta Hutto, BPW Show proved.
Davis of Starke and Mrs, L F. Style Monday. for all the good things on
Jim Ritch Mrs. W. B. Thompson, Christening
Mrs. M. C. Ford. Jr., Mrs. L. K. Smith Jr serving aa sponsors. Declared Success Jane Wyman Is cast as the While we've been striving display are not only marked

Whitehead and Mrs. W W. Calnea The dinner guests included Mr. .fI,19.,', f I Ceremony HeldMr. >lcture's appealing heroine with constantly I since 1859 to with thrifty prices but
and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. and son Th local Business, &: ProfessionalWoman's I the three guys named Mike played give our customers the best harvested, delivered and Alt/ frten ."0"''' byre (i itel
s Jr.Mrs. Gregory Rawson of Tallahassee. and Mrs. Stanley Noegel) food lHot o/ Ra.... not ,..h/..,ISUNK1ST
Wainwright was hostess Club with the coopera- respectively by Van Johnson as ashy service and prices, we real"" .) ... ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. and tion of Starke merchants entertained at a lovely family graduate research student, know that haven't SALES
at a "supper" Wednesday to: Mrs.J. sponsored we DEPARTMENT/ Zgelt through "'.d. 4.
i C. Moon Mrs. Juanita Phillips son. Larry of Penney Farms Mrs. a Junior Fashion Show on I gathering Easter Sunday the oc Howard[ Keel as a daring pilot, and achieved perfection.That's "

Mrs. James Hobba, Mrs. John To- Nell Beaver of Tallassee Ala., Mr. the stage of the Florida Theatre caslon being t he christening of I Barry Sullivan as a suave adver- LARGK SIZE

rode Mrs. Sarah Clifford Mrs. and Mrs. W. N. North and son, Wednesday evening March 14. | their daughter, Sharon Alesla. The tising executive. why our loyal employees LEMONS 6 for _
Billy, of State Farm, Mr. and Mrs. : took are always seeking l&lFKESII
Jack Trawick and Mrs. Hugh In- Mrs. Maryon Arnold, Mrs. June i christening ceremony placeI In a fast-moving narrative F'
gram. John S. Walters and daughter Bet Brownlee, and Mrs. Pauline Torode I at St. Mark's Episcopal church punctuated with sparkling dla- more satisfying and more SltKET YELLOW .
ty and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tatum of t! with little Sharon's first cousins efficient ways of serving
were In charge of rehearsals for'I
Jacksonville. you. ears 2&l
Birthday Party the production. Miss Pat Lambe, : .
MUs Madge Mtddleton Miss Della Won't you help them make FRESH; VALENdAS
'I Tal-lahassee
For..Steve Yancey Mrs. Johns HostessTo Rosenberg Mrs. Helen Malone' your A&P a better place to

Woman GroupMrs. I Mrs. Melba Partln, and Mrs.I'I'I shop ORANGES. 5 lb. bag 31c
Mrs. Ned Yancey entertained at .
I Margaret 'Miller: assisted at the vases of Easter Center F
> a delightful birthday party Tuesday I I the table' silver Please write FRESH; CALIFORNIA
Havana Johns was hostessto Theatre. Miss Lambe Mrs. Bobby ing dining was a your sugges

afternoon for her son, Steve the members of the Woman's Mapel and Mrs. Dolly Sullivan tray of multi-colored Easter eggs. lions to: CARROTS, 2 large bunches J9tj
who his
i wall celebrating Social group of the First Christian were In charge of decorations Out-of-loWn guests were Mrs. J CUSTOMER: RELATION F
4 11)\.110
anniversary. Church at a party given Tuesday while Miss Annette Simpson made S. Harbin, Mrs Bennie Stephenson DEPT SELECTED SIZE liAKINQ

The thirty youngsters, who evening of last week. the posters. Miss Rosenberg was and daughter Barbara of Veto POTATOES 5 Ibs. 29c
I I helped little Steve celebrate theoccasion Mrs. Johns had lovely bouquets in charge of tickets/ for the affair Beach Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Spen A&P Food Stores ,

played games led by of honeysuckle and aaaleas aet The Chamber of Commerce loan cer, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Baughnand 420 Lexington I Avenue FANCY WESTERN DELICIOUS
Miss Kate Struth In the yard of about the house for the meeting. children of Lake City, Mr. and
I ed its public! address system to the New York 17, N. Y. APPLES 2 Ib s. 25c
the lovely home W. Mrs. W. ,
Yancey's on Mrs Ara Moltt president presided club for the evening and ,Mrs P. Joyce and children andMrs

k Madden street The children also f/ over a short business meeting June Brownlee, wearing a becoming Bill Spooner of Tallahassee U.,8. ONE YAMSSWEET '

t enjoyed dellct&us refreshmentsserved After which games were played and Mr. and-Mrs. W. H:. Clark and ARMOURS STAR
evening announcedthe 21
fi in the yard and were given and musical numbers enjoyed. children of Orlando. POTATOES, 3 Ibs. -
of the models and
balloons aa favors. Mrs. Homer Swindall played sev .. CANNED MEATS
described the
< f outfits they wore.
,':" Steve was the recipient of mac, eral piano selections With the colonial Florists furnished flowers Three HonoredAt 12 Or. CanCorned
; i I lovely gifts from his little guests. members joining in ilngtnf. ...

Assisting Mrs. Yancy In serving The hostess served delicious to decorate the stag., And cosmetlciug .Birthday Party Beef > 43c f
1 d donated Koch's. Ensembleg
were by -
gin' ; were Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Mrs. O. L. refreshment to the 25 guests ,
i I Llnsln. Mrs. modeled wr from Rob- )Cr.. M. C. Ford Jr, entertanled 1 Lb. CanCorned Vy
j. Edwards andMrs. present
i N, B. Rosier, __ bins', Stump's, Barksdale's, RannlDannie .> at a triple birthday party Easter Beef Hash 42c A D'S
& :
-"" Sub I"""'" Ute Smart Sunday afternoon honoring Mrs .

UDC To Meet Shoppe and Leila's. W D. Faxon, Miss Luella Mitchell
Class Supper / The BPW Club presented complimentary and Guy Edwards. Vienna Sausage -
The W. .T. Week's Chapter U. Deala BRA 21c'
f theatre tickets to the I Mrs. Ford used a pink and green ,
f'I''I The Friendanlj\ r) class: of the D. C. will hold Its regular monthly children and teen-agers who took color motif In her decorations. The 12 Os. CanChopped IN n

1i re.b'terlalchurcb will meet at meeting Wednesday afternoon part in the show and wishes to lace covered dining room table was ._ In Broadcloth $2.00 Ham 57c :
," 1lhe home of :Mrs. Billy fowling on April 4, at 3:30 o'clock at the (
again extend thanks to the theatre centered with 'a large birthday Nylon Taffeta $3.50 n..oi
1 Cherry street, this evening Friday home of Mrs. J. R. Kite. Mrs J. E. 19 0. CanTreet
O. who for
manger I. ,Harris, coop. cake with three candles one .gU.
,1 j
at 7:30: o'clock for chicken. Wilson and :Mrs. J. M. Brownleewill p tP IA :
erated in every' way. each birthday and was surroundedwith 47c
J prileau be cohostesses.In
supper. _
bridal wreath and fern. Easter
Junior models taking part were, Ronnie Donnie '
in order of their appearance: candles and colored eggs added a I -

I i Mary Agnes Matthews Mary Ann I feastlve color to the table. STORE Dog Food, 2 'for 27c xt [ Policy

; Long Donna Dee Faxon Suzanne I Games were played during the

: as se.n fn 'SEV. ,N.T Ford Sue Sturgis Mary Schmltt, afternoon and prizes were won by Infant & Children's Wear

.. Linda Kay Holden Betty Ann Buddy Faxon and Guy Edwards. Starke Fla.

Simmons Anna Matthews Buster I Fourteen guests helped the hon. ,

Partln Stephen Prevatt Betty
orgies celebrate the occasion and

'j Jean Schmltt Nancy Jo Chrllltlne'l) those from out of town were Mr. The Produce Department Iwl the .nly spot at AlP

S Vicki Devrlck. and Mrs.' M. C. Ford Sr. of Jacksonville where grand values are featured. Youll find thelll

I Lu Green Donna Trawlck. Charles and Buddy Faxon from galore all through the ..0.... For AlP takes only l

Sr r Torode? Mary Katherine Wain- Florida-Southern College Lake. 43, penny profit on your dollar and offers you itorewiifc
Alan pJWIj
wrlght, Peggy Henderson
I land. ,prices on hundreds of items every diy. It't eal'fto
Christine, Marian Rose1 Green, AZ.1LE.1 how
ice much msAd
you save because: prices are

Barbara Pollett Sally Sue Ann Barksdale Epperson Jeanne and IWSCS Joint Meeting PICNIC HAMS on all Item, ? well]| M on the jeiveti and you pt n

Susan Slade.Teenagers. I Fri., Sat Mar 30. 31 itemised cash register receipt.Take advantage of A1
A joint meeting of the three marvelous
modeled DOUBLE FEATURE inoney-uver BOon and often!
who their
circles of the Methodist WSCS will .
own charming Easter outfits were I be held In the educational building TARZAN and the 47c Ib. ASP: QRADR A
Misses Sandra Johns Nancy Du-
at 3 o'clock tc
9n 1 Pre Joann Slade, Jimmie Mon-I honor Monday new afternoon members. Leopard Woman SUGAR CCREDSMOKED PEARS, No. 1 tall 28c

crlef, Joann Smith Lucille McRae r
Mary Sue Epperson Martha Land-I Hostesses will be Miss Kate "1tl\. Johnny {'t'llIHfI1uU..r BACON uP GRADE APEACHES

rum and Marsha Hazen. j, Struth. Miss' Amy Coburti.. Mrs. ANDRoaring SQUARES I9eAAP
No. 1 _'
tall _
.I E. K. Perryman Mrs. 1. D. Green ,

Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mrs. E. L WestwardWith LB. 33c .
Ladies AuxiliaryMet 1 ORADK: AAPRICOTS
Matthews... .. ..." .... ... Jimmy Wakely SUp< Right 23c
TuesdayThe ; --'IIT. "':!, Also CARTOON and SERIAL 'r. Fancy very thin allcexl No. 1 tall .

I Waterfront Drama BACON lb. 59c .
Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian

Church met at the homeof At Park Theatre Sun., Mon., Tues. Aligned Sliced Center Cuts, No End No. 2 26c
1 2 3 ,
Mrs. F. F. Stump Tuesday even-I Apr. BACON lb. .
Ing with 10 members present. Presenting a melodramatic adventure i The WOMAN 49c A&P. : GRADE AGRAPEFRUIT
"The Woman on Pier 13"i i
Mrs. B. C. Holiendorf president, Azalea 17 I
will at the Park Theatre Sections -

ith I;%ea were"The presided Near made over East to the review Panorama"meetings.the Plans book with i I|i Sunday Laralne open Day for, a Rebert three-day Ryan run.and I On Pier 13 FRANKS, lb. 51c ;BABY:?;.... r FOOD.:....... .*: rer' .-........ Farlnl. *"*

review John Agar have the stellar roles. Laraine Day Iloht. Ryan Copeland AH PorkSAUSAGE 29c BOAFJ
Mrs. K. G. Duncan giving a .
pf the first few chapters at the(I 1'1'e' action i I. laid along the San : Two Cartoon. Short, &: New Ib. 52cFred ........ J<,hii..". H ...-. mtheart Toilet r aI'

In BAMBOO HACK 5 95 !text meeting. Mrs. E. M. Davis[Francisco waterfront with Mlasp .
devotions article on Day as the bride of Ryan a former Wed., Thur. Apr. 4, 5 Hermann Super 10 Oz F .
RED BROWN gave the an [ m!.lafcel. arrap For ........1.... ...d"VBL.
"The Foundation of Peace". Mrs. longshoreman who has become DOUBLE FEATUREDouble Liver SAUSAGE 35c KARO 20C (large pkg:.3lt
ORIIN COMBINATIONS 410 10 chairman had a prominent executive with a big ,.
Duncan, program | "
I ..... Pahsllous
+ Alibi .
1.1. .
AAAt.SChan. T.\ ..
la Herman's
Fml Jumbo for
as her topic "The Powerful New shipping company. Agar( seen with bar sauce

your Spring colon .light, dark ., bright.. >rewwu. Tools" a story of the part radiois as Miss Day's Impressionableyoung Wayne Morrh, Margaret LJn.ay WElNERS,12oz. 45c SOUP MIX 36c "'AIIlarge..,pkKraft's .__3"
tow In iris M'popular catuol ttyll Inca for It* Mw..b. II taking In Christian work througr: brother. AND F

i pedal wpplaMM. porl.i" fn glov.>Mf1 l.ath. rlSTUMP'S out the world and also gave an Miss Day delivers a brilliant [ DeLuxe! Sliced

I interview of Korea. Mrs. J. R. Kite performance as the bride whose A
& P
SPY HUNTHoward CHEESE 8 40c Food Store
was elected secretary. to serve the! growing bewilderment at herhUlband'

; DEPARTMENT STORE rest of the year relieving Mrs. strange action. Involve Duff & Mart Toren Foremost Creainwl CottageCHEESE

II. H. Young who resigned. her in a grim drama. Ryan does a Alno News! 12 Th= Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
Delicious refreshments were memorable job aa the harassed I oz. 26c

Starke, Fla. served by the hostess. during the. executive desperately seeking a |111II Kafir Ccateata Coprrlshtrd. 1.110MAR
social hour. way out of his troubled past. I
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MAR 30 1951


._".. 30, 1951 ----i
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... Janie A, I iH'tl MiTlchc, Apartment' fl-1. 1700NVuith wise I. the a1L xnu"n. rId Rill ,f
April 80 Ivfil, In the above nami *
Mr. and Chariot J. Muhlhofcr of Mr. and Mrs. Tlllmon Hutto and Court and i-auau, wherein phtinUIf! and addn, cloun'k: :'n r..hl..ne"l I Htiaui, A-Uiry Park New.li'rwey ti,ini>lalnt will I.,, tk' n d. ,..nfi,
epent You required In appear on: I .. .., hy you.
Chicago. HI are visiting their soand children of Jacksonville, seeks divorce Bradford c'ouniToleicraph ( are
.hall publlHh this Ord<" April, :10, 19 Col. In the above natmtlCourt y.,u nod arh of you are hereby Dated. at Rhirko. Florid. and wllneaa
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mr Sunday here with Mr. Hutto In next four weekly leaueav and 1 tauee, wherein plitlntlrr I nut. IfI1 Hint Kill In the Nature: of n my hand and offl, ml peel ait
Walter Muhlhofer Mr. Muhlhofi parents Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutt \ lti,.i-f 'my hand and official i...a1 Meek divorce and ,Ixl mYamArun I Hill\ ..if. Review linn been filed. In the C'lerk of aald foint, thin. 2th day
at Hlaik.. Flurlda. tAU V rih 2 trot. of minor. child. tlradfotd, CountyTelcirraph ali Leslie
recently retired from the print Mrs Vernon Silcox Mrs 1861. shall publish 1 this Oitlti wiiiito. ; and di'ilare. null and COUHT SEA.)
business In and t tc Biggs Mrs. J. M. Vickers and MrM. tOrFll'lAL. MEAL) A J. Thom. In next four weekly luauea. Mild I and. of no effect that certain A. J, Thomas An Clerk ..f -aid C.,..irt
Chlcogo plans f tc Ae Clerk of said. ('ourt \\ Il""". my hand and offlolal neal Judgment. and decree heretofore entiieil 1 Id: ( 41 41 ONotice
buy a place in Florida possibly at B. Herlong were visitors Ily Myrtle T. 1'eaver' eputy\ Cler 1 nt Stuike, Floilda this March :S. on May 4lh 1944 In Case 101... u ro'r1eF
IN THE NEWS Keystone Jacksonville Saturday. Chas U. Hen.. 204-06 Guaranty 1Hldg. ] .. lest :107.1, Kiln 340ft. Kill .,.IIt'lltl. ('Irruil. :
Heights. I In JackHonvtlle, FloridaAtly .OFFICIAL. MEAL\ ) A. J, ThomaH.Aa Iliadfitrd. County Florida. whereinThenms la herehy frlven that the
or the office of Clerk of the Court A Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk tiff and I.aiir MiTlwho. the Defendant the flctltloim. ) nam of }clue
; KAB LINED C1UDLEHBurkatlalo's .. Bradford ConntKlorldnt .. T. Frank Utinilruin, Clarke! FloildaAttya. and you art required towerve Tavern at East. T..n'h Ht. Stark.
Mrs. J. M. Vickers, Mrs M. B home 1 th In ClrrnK C .rt.
andy J. Thomas is expected
M S. O. Denmark Department Store .. In 4 eases,.. fur 1'lf. 3.10': 4t 4,.JO a ropy of your Answer to the Hrailforil County, Flortilx, and intends -
\ spent Herlong Mra Xjeallo Biggs and I weekend after undergoing an appendectomy ] Herman U (Conner Plaintiff v.. within KIIit. upon hl nrN. II. \Varn, to rpKlntrr' said flctltloim.
; e and Joyce Vernon Silcox visited Mrs. II. H, Mr. and Mrs. R. U Alvarez aDd at Glendale HospltaPalatka. Alma. Everhart Conner, Defendant I" Ireult (......... Bradford5517. Flsq.: ) Hold.Itnr for I'lnlnllff.. 430 1,1 n. name In the office of Clerk of the ,
Crescent City vlaltr daughter Gail spent the weekend Cane Mo. S:J:< F'wr1I5/ ( "...-...,.. role n.I.) Mlninl .Ki.ach. Florida Clrrult Court or Slradford Count
to4 and Adams In St. Luke's hospital Sat. Order Of Publication 1\1."". t. Dorothy Kdmondaon, Plaintiff va,, ant file the nrlKlnnl. thereof wllh Florida I
,11(1(,' Joe Thomas morning. with R. B. Alvarez's and family Leonard returned tc A..... STAIN OK KUOIIIIX. T., Jatnea Kiluiondaon iefendant.Cai.e the Clerk of the .'.....t. on or .heforeIhe n If. HlHtrtink. aot. own... Ptarkc.
.. s. Denmark. who urday and visited friends. Noegel Alma Everhart Conner, who,. real' N.. Silt. 30th day of April( lest other- Fla. xllol| 1'70We've '! (
.tt1ll'. South Florida Miss :Winnie Bessant was hostess Toccoa Falls Institute, Tocco dent-e and addrena. la: unknown: Order Of klli-efloa'txri %i.tI... '...
in R. B Alvarez Is I
attending - - -- --- ---------
Ing Canasta club Ton required to appear Oil Appear xi'Aln or FI.IBIITel,
toe to Ute Tuesday: Georgia Monday night to resume are
rIfl onths. returned National Produce Market Mana April SO, IKbl, In the above name. J..", .. Rdmondnon: whore reiildencea .
S. O. Denmark evening. I Meetln at the McAliste his college course. He has bee Court and cause, wherein plaintiff : Main Ml r..t. Iarmlnsdale; New
tltp and :Miss Jo Ann DlnTdns, a student Kers spending the Spring vacation at ...k. divorce., Bradford (Count York:
s. Adam Green Hotel at Miami. Miss Sylvia Alvn Telegraph shall publleh this Urde You are required to appear on just had a "post graduate" course in
and Mr. and :Mrs at: the 17. of F., spent the Easter' rez Is visiting Mr. and Mrs R. L. home for the past ten days. In next four weekly laauea.IVItneea April So 1BS1., In the above named
Mra. R weekend with ber parents, Mr and Mr. and Mrs J. L. Cole and BOn my hand and official senit Court and cuuaa, herein plaintiffaeeka
ted Sgt. and Alvarez In Fort Myers. She will "(ark... Florida, this March\ 18. divorce, care, custody and con.
.t :Maxwell Mrs. I* F. Dtnklns. Gary spent Sunday visiting friend 1951 trot of the minor children HiailfotiLounty ,
family he father in Miami and retur
I j{iIn! in Baldwin. (( OFFICIAL SEAL! A J. ThomAs ... Telegraph shall publish IhIn I
,mery, Ala- over Miss Dolores McKnlght a home with him Saturday. and Clerk of said Cour Order In next four weekly: \l. u a.Wltneaa t
student at Florida Southern was Colson and 12 Ft. Gold I'IeRl Congolewn By Myrtle T Leaver, Deputy (fieri my hand and official peal
Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
, Linoleum a. at Htarke, Florida, this March 14, LUBRICATIONand
I to for the weekend with her ArniMtrtmg Quaker A. J 'Ihoinaa, Jr Starke, Florida
Win be proud home with Mr. and : 1UIMUKF1CIAI.>> 1.
mil family spent Sunday Attyx for flf. 3130 l 4t 4:2In :
UH' your Mr. and Mrs. Eustls Mc Hart Furniture Co. 8RAH A. J. Thomas. ,
Bring parents. .
lend* Aide. O. B. Colaon In Brooker.Mr
Mrs. J. 1Qulgley '
V Guests of Mr. and flrrnlt Court, llradford Count'' Aa Clerk nf Mid .uitUy
loping and print.Photo Knight and Mrs. J. M. Mixon and this weekend were Florhlat la 4 hanrrrr. Myrtle. T. Denver, Itepiiiy, Clerk
I and Jewelry. Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr. of Gainesville ( daughter Dorothy Jean of Gain during of Joel H ""'''111. 1'lalntlff. VK. WllHum I also 4t 4 :'oIn
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil T. tftroin: liefendant.H. .
_i Bruce Montgomery \ was the weekend guest ot vlllc were Raster guests of Mi of >. .H Nn. HIS: The Circuit, Court of the Nth
Cranon .
-lr home in Griffin six, MrS: Joe Wilson. I and Mrs. E. M. Davis. Palutka Toccoa ;: Falls Mr. William Institute, Tocco Order. Of SrtSI Pukllratlon OF KIOIIII".4 >llce\ 1 1'0.Ttpprnr 0' JiiUlclnl. Ircult.lit 4'hnnrerr.Umrii llradlurd. I ounor'lorlda. have earned the right to display this signPItre

I after spending Mr. and Mrs J. M. Brownlee of Mrs Q. C. Livingston return?' Falls 0,.., and Dr. Judson Rudtl ll limn '1 r tstromVIOH' r...ldenc.. Mcllicue, also known .an i
F. Godwin. I and aildrtfH In 40DI llruadwa l.nurH Chndwlik. ""I'Ia-h.>. l-lnlnlirf,
J,. w. to her home In Tampa Tueadn ;)
ands Gainesville\ were Sunday dinner President of Bryan Unlveislt;)' turret\ Maton deois'la.Yuu I v.. The lOHtHtH I nf ThomilH I' MiTlirhe .
km Klckllter' guests,of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Sr ;I after upending ten days with Mr! Daton Tennessee. are required lu appear Olt deceased and Jonephltiti Honnell -
Dorothy Claire ( Mary Geiger and Mrs. A. A April ..10 IttM In the above numm" MoTlKhv. Defendnnt
Cove Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal 1 Mrs. I. P. Shepherd underwen Court and auee.. wherein plntntlleeekH i 4>r ler wf lukllcntlon Notice to %p- i l

ftreen the W. H.Tollman, moved Monday to their new home i Durden.Mr.. and. Mr. Glenn Wood and a tonsilectomy at St. Vincent', Telegraph. dlJtradfurd shall publish thla Count Urdu penr Will htl"Tin Jtvan, I':"1. personal ,i.praentatlve .', d
in Macon Ga.GK'S Hospital Thursday. In next four weekly Issues of the Kntnti at Thi'mnn
children of Zephyrhllls were weekend George Albert Crews spent Uv "Il".... my hand and uffklal. iieant 1'. Mi-Tluhe' 10,0 Urond' Mires, Nuw-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. weekend In Miami visiting 1 hipatents. 1951.Stark.. "Florida thin March jit.I ark. New .I..r..... and .lonelihlnr' Hen i

Flynn. tU"' 'ICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thom:
12 Ft. Gold 1 Seal Cnngoleum and: Neuhause Is In A. Clerk. of Bald Father Win. H.
-*Ry Myrtle T heaver Deputv ClorlChae irli.
Armstrong Quaker LJnoleuin al Baltimore Md. this week :01buxineaa. It H....,, 204-U5 Guaranty J.lf.
Hart Furniture Co.; lildir. J"'k..vlllo'Iurlol....
Limits Demo'rest Atl>e. for I'lf >Situ>\ It 412In
lliway 301 At South City MiHS Ona of Stark-- Misses Mary Sue Epperson Rnd .
was among the 26 women student vialtllMary flrrnlt fonrt. llradford. fnuaO. SureLubricalion
Martha Landrum are ] ,
SPECIALS Klorllei In (lsrer ,
s Weeks at the University of Florida' v.h< Sue's grandparents Mr. am Hllvln. KovlMI: t'lHlntirf. va Jot..- i.

.... i were chosen to review the grouni Mrs. R. L, Richard In Jacksonvilli plane ICoxlKBl liefendunt fane N". 834
I and air ROTC units at the parade. yesterday and today. Order Of Publlrnllon And Nollce. T..
which featured the recent Military; Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter hai Baked Kovlaal wh.... realdencla .
Large Ball weekend. The women wen as their dinned guests Sunday .Mr. : Miintvcihla dl (Croaai'a \eronu..

: HAMSANDWICH chosen by the dean of women on and Mrs. Wallace Faulk and Italy. ,
YER Yon are reiiulred, to appear on
the basis of leadership daughters Martelle and Mariol April 30. 1951 In the above. nan:...
.Rev.'and Mrs. Homer 'Swlndal Mazine and Mrs. Marlon Faulk of Court and caune, wherein pltilntlfneeka
of Salad olivo."... Urailford Count: \ ,.
and son Anthony, were guests of Jacksonville. Telegraph. shall puhllHh thin Urde.
rench Tries With Potato Salad Mr. and Mrs. C. W Colson at I a Buddy Faxou of Florida-South In next four weekly Issues.
Wltnexa my hand ROIl offKlnl' aenat Tb this sign we're prepared to give
picnic at Hampton Lake Sunday ern College was home for East. Htarke, Florida thin Mann I 211, you means now
'35 45c Miss Thelma Green spent Saturday with his mother Mrs. W.1 D last.tF'FICIL. /o S you beUer-than-ever lubrication service. Yes, the kind
..I AI.> A. J. ThomaliAa ... W eeftMeeeeY
and Sunday in St. Auguxtlm Faxon. Clerk: of sold Cour of service that protects your car investment-

O visiting her aunt Mrs Emma Mr. aud Mrs. Gail! Mathews and fly Myrtle T Leaver l einty| fieri makes smoother last longer.We .
cars run
William 1>. M"rano. Sol Clark I'll M.I I. ,
Creech I son, Bruce spent Easter at Jacksonville In if. km.nvllle., FlorldilAttya. .
era Cube Fresh Large Playtex; 1'lnk-Ico GlnllcH ant Beach visiting Mr. and for J'lf. tits, 4t 4'20' < oarned this sign by taking an intensive

l'la'wLh'lng Girdle. ut Bark. Mrs. Lowell Mathews and Mr, am! In treiilt. .1'anrl-. llradferd tennlr'li >.. 4-day training course where wo learned

EAK JUMBO SHRIMP dalp'a Department Sto...'. Mrs. Virgil Mathews .rlilni le 4 hiineery.Stephen when have enough the latest tochiuouea from Pure Oil lubrication e
aMhlntcton Liu imber!. you
have tho knowhowand
Mrs. J. A. McIntyre and chi Miss Pearl Dustin of AUantli IMalntlff.. .?.. \Ool'lOhyII..n.. Lumbelt expert we
5c 1.00 Iron. Billy and Oran of Aubenv City N. J. Is spending this wee Ikefelidiint, Windstorm Insurance. the equipment to better service all

of Mrfcintyre's with her Mr. and Mrs. W fane'n 14Order cam inrludniK lubrication of wheel bearings .,,
weekend guests parents e
dale were Of Pnhllrnllnnnil Mntlce 'I 1'0<
0 parents Mr. and Mrs E. Dustin 4 ppear1'" I'H ...' KI.OHIUV Tporothv .... We Sell itl and special transmission

W E. Thornton. Little Terry Dea Duke of Gain and Allene addreHH l 1.h..I.I IN' t'n whose k nn\On'ronPenes Give iw a chAnce to "do our tuT.( ." Drivein

Col. James A, Griffin of Camp eavllle Ja spending several dayi Ton are required to appear. 01 for this "post rraduato" Pure Sure
Blanding returned Thursday if last this week with her uncle and aunt April 30. 1'ifil!' in the nliove .nnmeiCourt Charley E. Johns Service.
: and laime, plalntlfneeka
JM Orders Include French Fries I week from a four day business trip Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown while divorce. hradford ('""n,],. Agency
I Rico. Mrs. Griffin also her mother Mrs. Glen Duke la tithe 1 THeirrauh ahnll puhllnh Ills. Urdu''''
CE OF SALADS. ROLLS OR TOASTe to Puerto In next four weekly iHeuen.ltiiena Ifione IS STAKKG.: VIA."
I has: returned from a week's visit Alachua Hospital for a check \\ mv hanil and official. peaat

with friends and relatives In Lake.. Stark, Florida. thin Marsh 2.'. ... .. PURE SERVICE STOREMadison

Our Menu for Daily Specials up.Mrs.. Hans Walker returned' .OFFICIAf.951. MPJA T.> A. J. ThnminAa .. ...:...-

land.Mr.. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and home Thursday of last week from T. I>eaver I-'I..k..r, eputv eald. CootItvMvrlle ("lerlT ( ... .... & Walnut Sta. Starke, Fla.
and Lillian the Fairfax hospital, Daytona: Starke, FloridaAttya.
daughters Evelyn Frank I..n"rum. ..p..tlng THE TRAVELER.*.Vlartfont
their guests from Wednes.: where she underwent a mule for Pit altot 4..2In 0
have as --------- - -
to Sunday. Mr. and W. H operation. rirenlt fonrt. llmdford (onnt>, -
lay .
olStarke ....... ..
of Mont Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis 1..10." In 4 ,
Thomson Jr. and family F.dlth: \ J. Hcavo, I'lalntlff va, Jt..mel. .
.A.' and Mr. sand .Mrs; ,. q .
olio and also -Mr. and Mrs. A. .tti-aeo, Defendant
York City Davis, Jr. and son, Greg, oE Tallahassee Caneo.. 834'
Wella Stump of New Order Pnkllentlnn. 'nd %ollre TApvenr .
GROWERSLet who are enroute home after spending ;. were dinner guests of Mr: ; t...\'....1 4)P T Kl,4)llll TIP.

Miami. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr at Penney ___ _u .
six weeks In Farms Saturday. The H. G -- ----- -. t .

Us'Write Your were Rev.In and Gainesville Mrs. Homer Monday SwlndaW vlHlt.lng Tallahassee Davlses returned Sunday to afternbon their home after in "a toAsilcOl4 E.yJJa..e dl '\

L INSURANCE Tommy Mrs.Colson Albert who Newman are confined and Mrs Inthe Davis spending parents the ,weekend Mr. and Mrs.with R.Mrs J NEW 11", .c ; .," ,

Hospital. a"
Alachua .Mr Davis' "
Davis in Starke and :

vow Before You. Need It from: S. R.a Johns three week's returned trip Wednesday to Texas; Farm.mother' Mrs...W. N. North at State ,, ) \\ ; : "

md Los Angeles, Calif. Dr. J. ilaxie Dell Sr. of Gainesville BENDIX ,
and Mrs. i\\ a '
ranch of Mrs. .J. J. Fitzgerald spent the weekend with Sep \) ,
McNalr of Tampa, are \ _
.Veedon. and Mrs. Charley Johns t7K'l'OM/If1/ j
rlsltlng Mrs. M. F. Brown Mra Bertha Pearoe .had her that we are now ready
SURANCEWALL from Wednesday to Friday. Mr. and .
'amity family home for Easters

--- Playtex Fink-Ice Girdles B-rks-and Mrs. Ed Ensor and :Mary Lane, ECONOMAT ., to serve you in .
---- at
[ lajtrx LIving Girdled and daughters Mary. Beth ofJacksonville

lale'a Department. Store.Mr. .. : and Mr. and -Mrs. W location
our new e .
W. T.
and Mrs. 3. Godwin of Palatka.
AGENCYEASE the weekend withMr. .. 4
md sons spent .WASHER
Weaver In ., ," .
and Mrs. Frank CARD OF THANK {
EASE PHONE 146 .Vllllston. Mrs. W. I* Blair wishes to ex- II

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome pre.. sincere appreciation for the .' .. ;- /

on., John and daughter, Evelyn beautiful flowers cards and letter: '.n ,

onstant Service Over 50 Years attended Mrs. Newsome's family she: received and the many other: "i I ,
church: In Jasper Sunday and vlsitd nurtesles extended to her during .

I friends there. ier recent stay in Riverside Boa 307 W. Call St.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Jr.and iltaL

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and
and Jimmy of Gain- r.: Clrevlt <'_11. Braiferd Ceeatr.Morldal .
hildren Jane In 4 knnrery,
villa were Easter guests of Judge lamea: II Mrleo, TMarntlff va. r .' It': :i"r J t'J1J
p A ( 1Ma.. Mrl and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Can** JI/". H118 '. .. .l"
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Hardy and 0..0' mhllratlon A.d IHotlee Tntppear ';c" -

of Pavo Ga. and Mel.endwhosereskd.nt'e
To Community Servlc* laughter Fay Barrow of toi-a Mae .la, 40(11 IlroadwayIt
and Mrs. Smiley mil addreaa

"Mo\le An Better Than Ever" I II Baldwin Ur. were hers Saturday J'. reel.You are Macon re/qilred Oeors-la to,_: appear on I : TELEVISION
1 I Mr. and Mrs.
Mon. -,Apr. 1, 2Also ifternoon visiting
March 31FEATURE Sun., r. Cole. I Ar

.ho.Mol WVMIIN *Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and RADIOS
In Palatka
SEE family spent Sunday
50oa visiting Mrs. Hardy's mother Mrs FreeSugar

[EN a Y KEEL O.Jurden Mrs.E. McGauley.H.and H.their Houston guests., Mrs.Mrs.A. A G WITH Cac/u THE tNJ NEWRINSSAVER SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERING 1.

e Utt1VANaA of Tampa Mrs. r... MVainwright '
r y ele, C.' Livingston of Hawthorne and lOOJ.ns.: : \\

of Savanah.. .
,rrs. visited Emma the Stephen Foster that saver up te 3e aanoneof :, : .
t7"r Ja
1 memorial I. at White Springs Sun- water each wothdoy

., .. .
lav. and daughters .Fully"tom.de-et DO wringer,no ,
Y Mrs. J. Cooper spinner, DO bolting dow. '''' ".', ... ..
of Jack on. <
of Time and, Latest and Alice Sue, '
1'01Hembree Powerful UNDERTOW ,, "
Ne"" vllIe were visitors of Mrs. J. WITH ANY TOR WASHING \VK; MAINTAIN A :'sr..,'' .# '
last Friday. "'::1.." .


..tMqUS Tues., Wed. Apr. 3, I Ir I Orpha Easter Devrlck weekend of Walton guestsfMr W. .New porcelain top fof extra work COMPETENTKADIOTV

po.asWM/ .MM> tuxfic* ,
Wendel Macdonald Ward : and Mrs. D. their R. guests Philco Range .A or
I Devrlsks ia writing)
CAH2Y: BONE The yean I
COREY Saturday
: Islted St. Augustine on One dial doe the work-joo don'l" SERVE: YOU

and, Tampa on Sunday. ol Limited Time ONLY 1 seta have to be there I VI .
t Mr .ui7ex Y.UltF.U: GIKDLF.H- a ,...,..,....... N.Ap"'..tn.Ira

OK $10
ark,.li le'" Department Mtore.Mr $5 $6S.OO .I.. than the ..vr.psc. I

Lake and Mrs.spent H.the C-Easter Wimberly week-ofEagle DEPOSIT *f automatic wah.nONLY229.95 TJ Visit Us In Our New Enlarged Location

Nara"is. A1HO ".:gypt Speak" and Xe"1I el\d with Mr. Wlmber.ymother Wimberly and Mrand Will Hold For You PLENTY OF J.'llh'rPARKING SPACE ON SIDE


ems.'s Mrs.Mrs. Nelson L. Green. t.w dew. par-B.-lea, /era. I
5 6 See Our
a Thur. Fri. Apr. and Mrs. S. EUtch -
1. A. Brown
Mrs I Ii
-V+ Jul I of Gainesville were here and '-P-E-E-1I Q'U'E-E'N 12.33 Per Month

I sunday rlrv Mr. .,P.and afternoon M. Mrs.Barefoot.Johay visiting Jones Mr. andchllden. Washing Machine i Winkler Electric Chas. C. Shepherd

and Pamela of Lake'Ity I
weekend guests of MraJonn' I Service
were Nasworthy
; C. H.
Mr. and :Mrs.!

tart' \. Superman Cliftoif 29.: Quick. parents 222 Temple Ave.I'HONK 307 W. Call St. -:-- Starke, Fla.
wrns I L. Richard of Jackson- 232 E. Call Starke, Fla. :' 166

f rouble Indemnity" IUD E 4NNEil] Robert? CUMMINGS! I I 1 vllls Mrs.was R. the overnight guest of NTAKKK, FLA. I --. tJIIItJ! .. ... "'" -. 11IIII
Mrs. \V :I. Epperson!: I -- --' ... --- - .. -
Cartoon dau&hter.
Plus "Carpenter hl'r l
I Jr. and family Friday


30 195 1

.. .. : Miss Carpenter Easter Egg Hunts -\ Betty Sue Crawford I man's logue rigorous the story training depicts as Miss an Wy-airline Willie Florida Orrvlf 1\I.I .In('( ,' -......1:,-: '[I"I',

.r : To Wed Mr. Myers 'Feature Of Season Weds Billy Hagan- I stewardess and her subsequent I' McBlroy. : PI10NE ,
career. Oriler Of 2111
: On May 5th Easter It takes a spectacular free-for- Appear ..'r'..
i I The bunny was busy Fannie P M. : COLO
all fight upon the part of the trig c
: hiding multicolored eggs for" ,In 240 NI
; I of male suitors before Miss Wy- o."r..la: ,
: series of children's parties given >
You are
;) lover 1 the weekend by church mao can decide which she wants April llrrt, >. .

groups and at the homes. The as her partner for life seeks Court and .. .FLORISFLOWER

Office 1: hunts extended from Thursday of Teli'B-rnph.

Phone 2BI last week through Monday. ADDRESSESOF in Wltnviis next-four my I

I The City Park on Church street INTERESTCarl at Htarke,
,.. F 19&1. !
chosen for the site of
i was an FOR
Beta Sigma Phi Easter egg hunt given by the Bap (IUFFTCfALA. ALL OCCg1II : alt
Junior Club 'LJndvall, 314 W. 10th St.. By Haven
I Entertains RusheesAt Mist I Story Hour group and the Wayne, Nebr.

Will Honor New B. group Thursday after Mrs L.f.] Francis 307 First3t. .. Circuit (' .d'I I
Hobo Party noon of last week. Winners in the Plorldnt In I .1
Members Monday ., Pacific Grove Calif.
hunt were Jimmy Lawson and Anna Nolan (j) lib
Mrs R. M. Lee, 648 Steamboat .. "
The Junior Woman' Club wl 11 Mrs Margaret Scruggs' home 01 n | Kay Dennis. Leaders of the group s toad! Greenwich Conn.J. Order Of
meeting Monda;y KIngsley Lake was the scene o:t were Mrs. Carson Roberts, Mrs Appear NT AI'
hold 1U regular P. Hammock, 822 Mackinaw, DISH
evening AprU 2, honoring ne W the Beta Sigma Phi "Rush" part: Jessie Young, Mrs. Q. B. Flynn Facksonvllle, Fla. ZOOS Harry Northern It. G.oRDENaPO'l'TE1ty !

I members of the part year. supper, Thursday of last week. ., ""i 4 Mrs. E. L. McKnlght Mrs. Jesse .ett. Long Jo : :

which will be served at 7:4: :5 The party was in a form of i .... .... .', ... ':\\i..,. Newsome Miss Evelyn Newsomr r"Mfrs April You; 23rd are,
the meeting. Hobo party with all members am I and Mrs. Maxie Carter. POTTED oi
o'clock will precede I .. MEMORY: OF Court and .. PLA.'I'r
1 Hostesses! for the evening will b,!. truest dressing! the part. Mrs ;. I I Neighborhood egg hunts were Charles Monroe Carlton Telegraph Hteka
Mrs. Guy Bale, Mrs. O. J. Ed Marjory Dowllng won first prize ; "; _'" ; ( given Sunday afternoon by Mrs. Born July 15. 1878Died i in next four I r FLOWERSAAP WIRE(
wards, Miss Louise Stern Mrs. RO;)y for being dressed In the most original I IW'f':,l,, ...... I i Guy Sale and Mrs Frank BroadI -, March 29 1948 WttneMa I mv ; ANYWHERE :
Wdi'I''Io, ..... :Bt J Htarke, !
Richard Fowler Mrs. W. B. Sewell Ollie Ellington announcer
Ward and Mrs. costume. .t.'f':;' :' ..J [ way in their respective yards. / Frank II. Carlton, Son HM. Nona it .. (
Reservations for'the supper whlcl h sponsor who was dressed as a the marriage of her only daughter: (OFFICIAL ) SII I
j At the Sanle Fe Lake home of I""rult.lIchlgan: I.
Is being served by the Mothodin"WSCS t 'lady hobo" had as her guest her Mr. and Mrs. Junius M. Smith Betty Lue Crawford of Starke, Haven Aa
the Charles Darbys a lovely Easter ry II
must be made not late daughter Miss Virginia Sewell. announce the engagement and ap- egg hunt was given for the to Billy pagan, son of Mr. and< _
| youngI
than Friday noon (today) by con Lights were strung around the Mrs. J. L. Hagan of Coolidge Ga -
proaching marriage of her laugh I sters followed by a family supper f( '" --IIIIAP.!!!!
tactlng Mrs. Guy Sale. yard and tables and chairs set up The ceremony was performed by; - -- - -
The State Federation of Wooman' < for the occasion. Welners, ter Mary Joan Carpenter, to' party Sunday evening. Enjoying Rev. C. H. Rhoden at the home 01

Clubs convention Is being marshmallows and other refreshments Charles Richard Myers of Charleston the affair were the J. R. Wain the bride's mother on Saturday; T1

held In Daytona Beach April 3, were cooked over the open I / S. C and Jacksonville I I wrights, the W. H. Grahams, Mrs evening March 17, at 8 o'clock. % Marvelous yra ebea.
S. L. Peek and Darby the
4. 3 and those attending from the fireplace.( Several sorority games The wedding will take place,j and the Wards The bride waa given In marriage & R +
Mrs. Darbys Roy
Junior Woman's Club are were played including a hitchhiking Saturday evening. May :S!, at 71 I by her uncle. Arch Ellington. Her
S. Q. Denmark Mrs. O. J. Ed- content with Mrs. Margaret Twenty neighborhood children maid of honor was a sister of the .
wards, Miss Lllllam Stump and Corum winning the prize as being o'clock in St. Mark's Episcopal enjoyed the annual Banter egg groom Mrs. Rose Lee Johnson of

Mrs Cliff Hazen. Any other mem- the best hitch-hiker. The refresh Church. I| hunt in the yard of Dr, and Mrs Thomasville Ga.

bers wishing to attend please con- ment tables caroled out the hobo No Invitations are being sent",,[ H. H. Adams Sunday afternoon J. B. Crawford served as best oBey-Savers-

tact Mrs. O. J. Edwards. effect with big patches sewed on but> all friends and relatives of the I! After the hunt delicious refresh- I man for Mr. Hagan.
The 19 12 executive board was the table cloth. ments were served by Mrs. J. M.
*' couple: are Invited to attend.LnightColson < 1 The bride chose for her wedding .
entertained at a covered of Guests Included lie regular I Vickers, Mrs. L. J. Green and Mrs. a light blue suit with which she
luncheon Tuesday at the home members of the sorority and eight I M. B Herlong. wore white accessories
Mrs. O. J. Edwards. The board 1
made plans for programs for the ushees. Larry Noegel found the "golden Mr. Hagan Is employed with
year.Luncheon. Miss Merry Beth Knight egg" and received a prize at the Humphreys Gold Corporation. b
coming Buffet Dinner daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. V. hunt given by the Woman's Auxiliary Mrs. Hagan was a student in the
and and Sunday school teachers of Starke junior high school. I
Series Follows ChristeningMr. Knight,' William'S. Colson v
the Episcopal Church Monday
of Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel
son Col-
+ Is Continued and Mrs. R. J. Davis entertained afternoon In the church yard. Pre Jane Wyman
t at a buffet dinner Sundayfor son, will be maVled on April 13 at ceding the hunt Rev Fred Yerke

Entertaining: at "vanishing out-of-town guests] followingthe 8:30: p. m. In the First Methodist gave a short Easter Service to the Has Lead In *-

J luncheons" this'' week for the benefit christening of their grandson, Church with Rev Thomas d Sunday school group. Followingthe New Florida FilmThe

td of the Methodist building fund Gregory Rawson Davis, son of Mr. Mitchell officiating hunt refreshments were served

were Mrs. M. R. Judd and Mrs J. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr. of Tal- No invitations are being sent by Mrs. Edward Bums, Mrs career and extra-curricular Any time you visit A&P'sCUSTOIERS'

R. Walnwrlght. lahassee. but all friends and relatives of Lemuel Colson Mrs. Herbert Thomas romantic activities of an airline ; Produce Department you'llsee
Mr*. Judd had as her luncheon took place Mrs. Stanley Noegel, Mrs. CORNER fresh proof that A&I"s"Low .
The ceremony pre- the couple are "cordially invited tc stewardess form the novel and engaging -
guests Tuesday: Mrs Johnny Red- services St Lewis Hleatt and Price, Low Profit"There
ceding the Sunday at attend. Mrs H. C. ; subject of "Three Guys food
never was a
o greave, Miss Louise Stern Mrs. Mark's Episcopal church with J. Brown. .__ Named Mike", playing at the store that couldn't be im Policy can save you money
Williams I fruits
Francis Williams, Miss Sarah on and vegetables.
p S. Walters of Jacksonville R. J. Florida Theatre this Sunday and
'r ( Jllss Garnlta Hutto 'Mrs. Davis of Starke end Mrs L. F, BPW Style Show Monday. proved. For all the good things on
! Jim Mr. W. B, Thompson, Christening display are not only markedconstantly
Bitch While we've been striving !
Smith Jr, serving as sponsors. Declared Success Jane Wyman Is cast as theitcture's :
M. C. Ford. Jr., Mrs. U K. with thrifty but
HeldMr. I since' prices,
Whitehead and Mrs. W. W. Calnes, The dinner guests included Mr. r! '|"//f"l! 1'I I I I Ceremony appealing heroine with 1859 to harvested delivered and Alt prictt tltotcn ".,. (I tmtoiIkotm
and Mrs. H. G. Davis .Jr. and son, Th local Business k Professional I he three guys named Mike played give our customers the best of lltmt mot nitjrtl, ,
d' Jr.Mrs. Gregory Rawson of Tallahassee, Woman's Club with the coopera- and Mrs. Stanley Noegel respectively by Van Johnson as ashy food service and prices we'sold fresh _il_,.), ere cuoronlivd-rii. lif
I Walnwrlght was hostess. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. and tion of Starke merchants entertained at a lovely family graduate, research, student, know that we haven't SALES DEPARTMENT War. %JIlt through "',eI. A" <
4 at a "supper" Wednesday to: Mrs.J. son, Larry of Penney Farms, Mrs sored a Junior Fashion apon-I| gathering Easter Sunday, the occasion Howard Keel as a daring pilot, and achieved perfection.That's ...-
C. Moon Mrs. Juanita Phillips, Nell Beaver of Tallassee Ala., Mr, the stage of the Florida Theatre, being the christening of I Barry Sullivan as a suave advertising SUNKIST LAKGK SIZE

Mrs. James x'rg. Sarah Hobba Clifford Mrs John, Mrs.To- and Mrs. W. N. North and son Wednesday evening, March 14. >! their daughter Sharon Ale ala. The It executive.In why our loyal LEMONS, 6 for 1&
: ployees
rode Billy, of State Farm Mr. and Mrs, christening ceremony took placei a fast-moving narrative,, are always seeking .
Mrs. Mrs. ..
In- Maryon Arnold Jun< "
Jack Trawick and Mrs. Hugh
John S. Walters and daughter Betty and j i I at St. Mark's Episcopal church punctuated with sparkling dla- more satisfying and more FRESH SWEET: YELLOW
Brownlee Mrs. Pauline Torodi
gram. and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tatum ol :j with little Sharon's first cousins efficient ways of serving
were In charge of rehearsals foi 'I CORN 3 1
Jacksonville. rIMr'I and Mrs. W. P. Joyce of Tallahassee you. ears 2 illWon't 1j
the production. Miss Pat Lambe,
Birthday Party Miss Madge Middleton Miss Dell; serving a* Godparents you help them make FRRSII: VALENCIA9 "

I For Steve Yancey Mrs. Johns HostessTo Roxenberg, Mrs. Helen Malone,j I street The Noegle was beautifully home on decorated Orange your shop.A&P a better place to ORANGES, 51 Ib. bag 31c ,I

Woman's Mrs. Melba Partin, and Mrs { :
at GroupMrs. : with of Easter llllles. CenterIng .
Mrs 'Ned Yancey entertained Margaret '''Miller assisted at th vases FRESH
a delightful birthday party Tuesday Havana .Johns Was hostessto Theatre Miss Lambe, Mrs. Bobby;, the dining table' was a silver I Please write your suggestions

t ,afternoon for her son, Steve,; the members of the Woman's, Mapel and Mrs. Dolly Sullivan 1 tray of multi-colored Easter eggs. to: CARROTS, 2 large bunches 191I

who was celebrating his fourtl Social group of the First Christian were In charge of decorations, Out-of-town guests were Mis. J CUSTOMER. : RELATION sl1LEl: TED SHE I DA HO 1IAKINO .
anniversary. Church at a party given Tuesday while Miss Annette Simpson made 8. Harbin Mrs Bennie Stephenson I DEPT.

i The thirty youngsters, who I evening of last week. the posters Miss Rosenberg was, and daughter Barbara of Vero POTATOES, 5 Ibs. e J9c25c
[ helped, little Steve celebrate: Ute Mrs. Johns had lovely bouquetsof in charge of tickets for the affair., Beach Mr. and Mra. W. M. Spen I A&P Food Stores ,

'occasion: : played games led by honeysuckle and azaleas set The Chamber of Commerce loan- cer Mr. and Mrs Willard Baughnand 420 Lexington AvenueFANCY WESTERN DELICIO.US.

[Miss Kate Struth. in the yard of about the house for the meeting. ed its public address system to the children of Lake City Mr. and V. N w York 17, N. Y. APPLES, 2 Ibs. (
the Yancey's lovely home on W. Mrs. Are' Moltt, president presided club for the evening and Mrs Mrs. W. P. Joyce and children and I HI
IMadsan| stroatr The children also over a short business meetIng June Brownlee wearing a becoming Mrs. Bill Spooner of Tallahassee/ U.-S. ONE YAMS
t I which were played and Mr. and-Mrs. W. Clark and
refreshment After games ft. ARMOURS STAR
dellci&uS announced I SWEET POTATOES 25c
enjoyed blue'evening 3 lb
I 11 musical numbers enjoyed.Mra. gown children of Orlando. .. -
served In the yard and were given and the appearance of the models and / CANNED MEATS ., ..
", balloons as favors. Homer Swindall played the described the outflta'they wore. IfThree I

Steve was the recipient of malty piano selections Colonial Florists furnished flowers HonoredAt 12 Oz. CanCorned V

I lovely !gifts from his little guests. members Joining In singing1 to decorate tAt stage. #n4 cosmetlci Birthday PartyMrs. I I Beef 43c r
served delicious l -
Assisting Mrs Yancy In serving The hostess Used were donated by Koch's.' Enaemblea j. ,
were Mrs J. E. Hardy Mrs. O. L refreshments to the 25 guests I
) modeled wn) from Rob- M. C. Ford Jr. entertanled 1 Lb. CanCorned
k Llnsln. :Mrs. Merrill Edwards and present. Barksdale's RonnlDonnle party Easter I.D's
bins', Stump'8 > at a triple birthday
Beef Hash 42c
Mrs. N B. Roster,
-.ITP: 8uUl"'IUte Smart Sunday afternoon honoring Mrs. !

UDC To Meeti' Shopper, and Leila's W. D. Faxon Miss Lucite Mitchell
Class Suet /' and Guy Edwards. : Vienna Sausage 21c
The BPW Club presented com- A'T.frice"
The W. .T. Week's Chapter U. plimentary theatre tickets to the I Mrs. Ford used a pink and green DealaBRA 12 Ox. CanChopped uN I

I The Friendship class: of the D. C. will hold Its regular monthly children, and teen-agers who took color motif in her decorations. The I IN

.; Presbyterian Church will meet at meeting Wednesday afternoon, part in the show and wishes to lace covered dining room table was .. In Broadcloth $2.00 Ham 57c .

the home of Mrs. Billy Dowling on April 4, at 3:30: o'clock at the again extend thanks to the theatremanger centered with a large birthday Nylon Taffeta $3.50 >r < Hof t tTreat

r{Cherry street this evening Friday home of Mrs. J. R. Kite. Mrs J. E. I. O. /Harris,,. who cooperated cake with' three candles one for It Ox. Can W. :

',. at 7:30 o'clock for a''chicken Wilson and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee .in every*way. each birthday and was surrounded I 47c ONLtr IN

!! [prlleau supper. will be cohostesaes. Junior models taking part were,I with bridal wreath and fern. Easter Ronnie Donnie .

( 1'1' I ...., ) In order of their appearance/ : candles and colored eggs added a I Itaslt l'olicyI

Mary Agnes Matthews, Mary Ann I feastlve color to the table. STORE : Dog Food, 2 /for 27c ,

10's. Long Donna Dee Faxon Suzanne Games were played during the

F J1"r: I\$ %\ : .Ni: e._ Ford Sue Sturgis, Mary Schmltt I afternoon snd prizes were won by Infant & Children's Wear

I ; . Linda Kay Holden Betty Ann Buddy Faxon] and Guy Edwards. Starke, Fla. I

1. Simmons Anne Matthews, Buster I Fourteen guests helped the honorees I
Partin Stephen Prevatt Betty celebrate the occasion and

Jean Schmltt Nancy Jo Christine, those from out of town ,were Mr. I The Produce Department Isn't the enly spot *l A1P

Imo" Vicki Devrick, Lorraine Priest and Mrs. M. C. Ford, Sr. of Jacksonville + where grand value are featured. You'll find tln"

Lu Green, Donna Trawlck Charles and Buddy Faxon front I galore sit through the store. For ASP takes only I

Torode, Mary Katherine Wainwright Florida-Southern College Lake. D W'TAnKE penny profit on your dollar and offers you torewub

Peggy Henderson Alan I low,prices on hundreds of items every or.* It's "J

: Christine Marian Rose- Green,I land.WSCS FLA. \ AZALEA to see how much you save, because prices are marked

Barbara Sue Barksdale Jeanne Meeting I on all items, a* well as on the shelves, and you get Mitemised
Ann Epperson, and PICNIC HAMS
Pollett. Sally
cash register Take of MPi
Susan Slade.Teenagers. Fri., Sat. Mar 30,31 I receipt advantage
I A joint meeting of the thre DOUBLE FEATURE .. marvelous money-saver soon end ..Rent41c !
modeled their -
circles of the Methodist WSCS will -
own charming Easter outfits were I be held In the educational building TARZAN and the I IbeI GRADE A

Pre Misses Joann Sandra Slade Johns Jimmie Nancy Mon-Du-I honor Monday new afternoon members.at 3 o'clock tc Leopard WomanWith I SUGAR CUREDSMOKED PEARS, No. 1 tall e 28c_

crlef, Joann Smith Lucille McRae, N- Srra.srrrJ.trrspssss
Mary Sue Epperson. Martha Land-I Hostesses will be Miss Kate Johnny \Veliminuller BACON A&P GKAI>E ,1PEACHES

and Marsha Hazen. I Struth. Miss Amy Coburh. Mrs.E. AND I SQUARES 19AP 1 c
rum -
K. Ferryman Mrs. L. D. Green No'L :

Mrs T. H. Slade and Mrs E. L Roaring Westward I LB. 33c GRADE: AAPRICOTS'
Ladies AuxiliaryMet 1

TuesdayThe I: :Matthews.' .f. ...iir__-rIFMI kiJ: | Also, With CARTOON Jimmy and\\akely SERIAL I Super.Right Fancy very thin sliced No. 1 tall 23
i i Waterfront DramaAt BACON, Ib. 59c A&P: GRADE A CRUSHEDPINEAPPLE ,

byterlan Ladies Church Auxiliary met at of the the Park Theatre I Sun., 3Ion.: Tues. I Aligned Sliced. Center Cut. No End 26 home Apr. 1 2 3 No.2"
of Mrs. F. F. Stump Tuesday BACON Ib. 49c
Ing with 10 members present.Mrs. Presenting a melodramatic adventure The WOMAN A&P: GRADE: AGRAPEFRUIT
''TheVornaD on Pier 13"will I
B. C. Holzendorf president Azalea Sections 17ferhee's c
presided over Ute meetings. Plans| open for at a the three-day Park Theatre run On Pier 13 I FRANKS Ib. 51c .. :'
the book, Sunday I .
review "
made to '
were StnMed : fee Fads'IABY
% .
(j and Weodherys
I Rebert Ryan
s&In Laraine Day
tiiI "The Near East Panorama"review with1Mrs. John Agar have the stellar roles. Laraine Pay Root. Ryan I ('o..lan.11 Pork FOOD 29c SOAI" 1 111!t

of the. K.. first Q. Duncan few chapters giving a I The action Is laid along the San I Two Cartoon, Short & News: I SAUSAGE lb. 52c PAIn.V23e Mead .....:..0. g .... IIIw..r' Toilet. ';

BAMBOO BLACK 5.9tl next meeting. Mrs. E. M. Francisco waterfront with Miss SOAP, liar
Davis t
gave the devotions an Day as the bride of Ryan a former Wed., Thur. Apr 4. 5 I Fred Herman Super' 10 Oz. Biqa Label Syrup ,..... M.nel.ne ends

lED BROWN "The Foundation of Peace". :Mrs longshoreman :who has become I DOUBLE FEATUREDouble Liver SAUSAGE, 35c RARO 20e VEL, largep 1-31 t

GREEN COMBINATIONS 4rotO Duncan program chairman, had I I'a prominent executive with a big I Alibi I .,1....... T.\.... For r.h.Io.C I'
AAA/OS as her topic "The Powerful New shipping company Agar Is seen Fred Herman's JlauMeleith bar. sauce SOUP MIX 36e FAIl-large pkg'IlA 1 f

Tools" a story of the part radio as Miss Day's Impressionableyoung )1 \\'ayne Morris Margaret Unsay I WEINERS, 12 oz. 45c r -
nor In tier M-populor cotuol' tt,''el, Known lot 5- .wq..Wew a.gr ,q, Is taking in Christian work througiout brother. AND -

pedal ...',1......, perfect MI rn glo..-wh .leather. I ISTUMP'S the world and also gave an Miss Day delivers a brilliant I Kraft's DeLuxe' < Sliced

Interview of Korea. Mrs. J. R. Kite performance as the bride whose) & P Food StoreThe ,
was elected secretary to serve the growing bewilderment SPY HUNT I CHEESE 8 oz. 40cForemost I

DEPARTMENT STORE rest of the year relieving Mrs. husband's strange actions Involve,I ,IIowar Huff & :Marta Toren I Creamed. Cottage
H. H. Young who resigned. her in a grim drama. Ryan does a Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
,tleo News
o Delicious refreshments wer-j memorable job as the harassed I 12 oz. 26cIs
Starke, .1a. I Eatlre c....... copyrishted' 1WM
served by the hostess during the! executive desperately seeking aj

.. ......." social hour. way out of his troubled past. ---...---- -
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MAR 30 1951

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.. Jamen A. )Hiavo, wh..... r..ldenc. netl 1t'TI.h... Apartment D-U, 1 TOO wlae the all. .,'i.n- ,if -ild Hill ,fComplaint
Mr. and Charlea J. Muhlhofer of Mr. and Mrs. Tlllmon Hutto and Court April 80 anil 19(1(,.aunt*In. whttfln the above pmlntlM nnm and adilri'HH I I... Unknown I Wehli. Nl. ...... Anbury 1'ark Now .w,1I0.1 lak. u ut< ,infert <

Chicago m. children of Jacksonville, IIpent ....k. tltvorv*. liradford CuunTH'itr You aru required t" uppvai mAPI ... i hey br you.Dated .
are visltlnR their sand thlx UrdIn .. 'II 30. miil, In the almve. ""In",1 You mid,, t cni'li ..C >'on are hureliynotified at Hturko, Flurldn. and witneaa -
daughter-in-law Mr and Mra Sunday here .with Mr. Hutti. ] Dh ihnll pubiuh Court anil '.au.... whervln plulnllfaeeka that Kill In the Nalurw ..11\ my hand and offl< lal mat all
iioucVltnv *
ni> t tour weekly .
of anld f'ourt thiM' :2QtU duyof
ami ruatody nnd introl Mill .if ItuMcw IIIIK been fllnd In theabiiVH Clerk
Hutto. divorce
Mr. and Mrs. L S. and official .11
Waller Muhlhofer. Mr Muhlhol parents \ 'r iiiv hand eet March, 1951.
child Hradfuid Count! Mtyled, aline aeeklrur ta
of minor
March 1 6.i'lt'IAL ( :
Mrs. Vernon Silcox Mrs. Leslie at Htarke Florida declare null and (("lltCl'IP I CHUJRT SEA I.)
recently retired from the printing! Teleiciapli ahall publlHh thla Uld<'" itNldeauite and
1951. .. laauea.. MIK, | and of no effect, that certain. A..1 Thomaa, Aa Clerk or xnlil, Court,
Mi weekly
business in Chleogo and plans te Biggs Mrs. J. M. Vickers and ( KHA1.) A, J ThomuAn In next four 1 30 4t 41,0XITIC
Clerk ot .ald Coully \\ Itneaa my hand and offUlal icu judgment and decrea heretofore eiiteled -
buy a place In Florida possibly at M. B. Herlong were visitors te MyMleT 1.l\v..r. Oviiuly CleiChnK nt staik.FloiIdH' thla Marth I'M. .. HNotice
.. .1071.: File 4UK.. nth ludlclal 'lr..lllt.IIl'lInC..1
1U91..OFF1CIAI. ,
Keystone Jacksonville Saturday. H. Hei.K. 204-06 luaranty L.IHlilic ,la hereby Klven that thaunderalfrned
Heights.Ji whereinThiMim.
8RAI,) A. J. Thomai.A Counlv. Florida
Miss Haven Crosby a clerk In JarkKonvlllK.. Florida. the Plaintiff la emraiced In bu..ln.--a
Coin McTlKhe waa
"t rrwlM-J t.hl mntPlay pi Clerk of nald I1
a > 33(1 U 41 120I. :
| the office of Clerk of the Court A Atiy'' fur I'lf. By Myrlln T. Ueaver, Deputy Clert ant, I........ McTlKhe. the Defendttnt under. the flctltloua' name of flueTavern
Vlckora Mr M. B.Herlong !.-* FAB UNF4 GIKULRS Clrralt Court. Hradford Conrlilai ..<,.. T. Frank undrum, Starke, FloridaAltya. and you are required toxerve at Knat Tenth Ht. Stark.
Mrs. J. M. home thi. Florida, and In*
Bradford County
and J. Thomas is expected the
% of Anawer to
S. O. I Burknlale's Department Store.Mr !!' !. I hanrrrr.llrrmnn (or I'lf. 3.10 4t 421In U a ropy your rexlater aald flctltloim
Mrs. Leslie Blg-g and I .. within Milt, upon MorrlM Warner, tenda tu .
I weekend after an
undergoing appendectomy Plaintiff v
and Joyce spent I and Mrs. R. U Alvarez and U. Conner, Ireult. C..u-;;. HnulCord CountrKhtrlilai !> e Crescent City visit.lrs. Vernon Silcox visited Mrs. H. H daughter Gail spent the weekend at Glendale Hospiti, Alma Evtrhnrt c""n..ro t>>efrndantCai No: 83'Order In cfcaneerF, Uoad. :Mlnml, ........h. Florida Circuit Court of Bradford. County
and I Adams in St. Luke's fccmpltal Sat Palatka. Publication ".. Police 1Ar Dorothy bMinonddun Plaintiff, VIJame and fib* the oiliclnal therecif' with Florida.c1 .
Joe Thomaa wit* R. B. Alvarez's and family! .._ SI'AIH Of K1.WH1U* T<.' .. ISdmondaon. Defendant.Cane the Clerk of the Court, on nr before H. Hlatrnnk aole owner, fltarke.FlH. .
who urday morning. Leonard Noegel returned te I r 3130 4t 43HWe've ;:
otherI -
j,. g. Denmark, and visited friends.R. Alma ICverhart Conner. whtiM* renOenre No. 'Ill Ihe 30th duy of April 1901
Miss Minnie Besnant was hostess Toccoa Falls Institute Tocci : Order or l Bl lleatl.a.\ail %.otln 'I'..i iAparar
I :
in South Florida B. Alvarez Is attending the and nddreim la: Unknown . .... -
in* MTA'I'M 01FLOIU. >A TolJamea :
club You rmulred to appear
returned tehe to Uia Canasta Tuesday Georgia Monday night to re_un ar. .
ontha. National Produce Market Managers April IU. 1H61, In Ihe above name Edntcindaon.. whoan realdenuela .
Denmarks. .vemD I his college course. He has Ireen Court ami .rauBe wherein plalntllKeek : Main street. Karmlnrdale, New
S. Meetln at the McAllst
and Miss Jo Ann Dlnltins a student spending the Spring vacation course
,. Adam Grwen Hotel at Miami. Miss Sylvia Alva. Rhall publish this Ord. You are required to appear on just a "post
Mr. and Mrs at the 17. of F., spent the Easier home for the past ten days, In next four weekly timue'ltn *. April So lltl. lit' the ahuvu named.
Mr. and Mrs R. L.
rez la visiting
and Mrs. R weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mr. J, L. Cole and son: \\ .. my hand and official net.1 Court and cauae, wherein plaintiff
Sgt. and Shft will i. aeeke divorce care cuatody and control
ted Alvarez in Fort Myers. at Stark*, Florida thl March .
at Maxwel! Mrs. U F. Dlnktas.Mias Gary spent Sunday visiting frleni tRl. .>f the minor. children lirartfurd
family j A.I. ThomaiAa .. County Televraph hall niibllnh' I IhlaOrder
( \
,mery Ala.' over the Dolores McKnlght a home with him Saturday.Mr. Clerk of nald Court In next four weeklv. laaiiea..
student at Florida Southern was 12 ""t. Gold Seal Congolevm and Myrtle T t>eav r, Deputy Cler \\ Itneaa my hand and official peal
"o home for the weekend wiui her and Mrs. R. A. Colson and Am."trong. Quaker Linoleum I al A.DJ Thtitnaa,' Jr. HtnrUe' Klnrldw.Attyii at Htarkit, B'lorldii, thl* March 14.1VM. LUBRICATIONand
be proud .
with Mr. 4120
Oil family spent Sunday aiMi's. for flf 3IJO tt
Hurt Furniture Co. OFFICIAL So ,\.1 .\. J, ThomaiAa ..
UtI your parents Mr. and Mrs. Eustia McKnlght.
,'n.l"!*. Bring Q. B. Colson In Brooker.Mr. .
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T !. flrrnll Court, llmdlerd C"ui> 'Ioplng a",1 prInt- and Mrs. J. M. Mixon and weekend wei frlorlUni, la ( hanrerrJoule Myrtle T, Deasri" Deputy Clerk
I Photo and Jewelry. Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr. of Gainesville daughter Dorothy Jean of Galni'' Quigley during I II 1'1"!''''''. 1'litlntlff Vtr. "WllItHiit SI10 4t "JO
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Underwood I IPalatka of T. lOll''''''. Defendant.fane. .
i Bruce Montgomery was the weekend guest ot vllle were Raster gueats of 1I1r :N" 81.1Order In Ike' ; Mr. William Cranon of ........ have earned the right to this
,.Ir| home in Griffin.six Mrs. Joe Wilson. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. Toccoa Falls Institute Tocvc. Of KrtIK I'ubllratlon orFloltlllV' A?
after spending Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee of Mrs. G. C Livingston l'elurnl'J* Falls Ga, and Dr. Judson Rudi Allllaii) T ttttouivhwHe' rnvildenuand '' l iurii McTlarue, alao known IIHl.auru
W. F. Godwin. inlilriMi. In. 4um ltr adwaHtrcet Chadwlck Mi-'I'luhe, rinlntlff.VN. .
to her home in Tuendi
g. and Gainesville were Sunday dinner' Tampa President of Bryan UnlveisllDaton ., Mamn, llonrvln.You TllO KHtHtH Of TIlOITIIIK. ,I1 Mt'-
m Kickllter' guests xof Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Sr II after spending ten days wiUj Mra. Tennessee uiv result.ud. tu appear ..n Tlirhe, deceaned and Joaephlm, Hennelt -
Dorothy Claire ( and Mrs. A. A Apt II 111. IBM, In the above mimeCourt Mo'l'litliH. Tlefendnnt.Order .
? Cove Springs Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal Mary Geiger Mrs. I. P. Shepherd underwei and iauve, wherein: plnlntltMeekH I : I of lulillcalUinoilce. ti. lp*
;reen Durden. dlvi *. Uradford CountTeli'irraph pear Totllllnni
Vincent ii<
tUc '\V H. Nolhnaru moved Monday to their new home Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood ano.! a tonsilectomy at St. nhnll ptibimh thla Urdu I \\ Ityan. Kiel pert"'mill' 1.-
in Macon Ga.CK'S Hospital Thursday.Guorge In m-xt four ueekly 1i*..ue". .....nl"II'f the KMnti', .if TlimnnHI ,
children of Zephyrhllla .were week. Albert Crews spent Ule \\ IttieBK my hnntl and official senat McTlnhe, lOili' ) llrnad Ir.et. New

end guests of Mr and Mrs. G. 1 B. weekend 111 Miami visiting hit 1951.lUrFlCIAL Htarkr. Florida, thin March U. ark. New .lerwev. and JoHephlni. 'lt.>n

Flynn. parents. SnAI.) A, J. ThomaiA a.
12 ...t. Gold Seal Conftolpiim atArmstrong Clerk of aald CourTWMvitleT
AUTO CAFE Father Win. H. Neuhauae Is I In Heaver. lieputyClerChan.

Quaker Linoleum i at Baltimore Md. this week on I II. Hem, 1MH-05 lluaranty. l.lllililir .
Hart Furniture Co. i ., Jnik MIIII\111". Klorldn.Att .
Limits' D.drest business. I > (or I'lf. a:JO 4t 412In I
At South City Miiis Ona of Starl
lliway Misses Mary Sue Epperson an!
was among the 26 women fltudcn I Irenlt r....... Hradrvrd roundKlorll ,.. Pure SureLubrication
Martha Landrum are vlsltin \
i laaaeerr.HUH.
Weeks BASKET at the University of Florida who Mary Sue's grandparents Mr. an .) rtiii.i, I'inintirr v.. Jophlne .... .

'. were chosen to review the 'ground Mrs. R. L. Richard In Jacksonvill( HoMml, Defendant Cane No. 134M

and air ROTC units at the parade yesterday and today.Mr. I Order Or Pohllcalloa And Nolle* '1'0

Baked which featured the recent Military and Mrs. Maxle Carter ha! I Appear. M'r Kovllll t 1 10 Of whoaa Pl.Oltlll renldeni* TJoivephlne "*.. ''ij

Large Ball weekend. The women w.re; as Uielr dinned guests Sunday .Mi IH* Motitvcthla dl Crovuin, Veroni..

HAMSAND.WICH chosen by the dean of women on and Mr Wallace Faulk and'' Italy: I .'
YERot Yon fire to appear nAPI ,
the basis of leadership. daughters Marlelle and MarioMazine 11 30, 'i.1'lrh: above. name : '
Homer "Swintle 01'' Court and wherein plalntlfHueka "
BalaBrench Rev.'and and Mrs. Marlon Faulk divorce. Llradfurd Count \ '11OU' \ .
and son Anthony, were guests i iMr. of Jacksonville. Telenraph" nhall publinh thla order -- \

Fries With Potato Salad and Mrs. C. W. Colson at a Buddy Faxon of Florlda-Soutr In next four ueekly ItimieH.
I Wltneiia ,niv hitnil and official aenat ,1 1b this sign means we're now prepared to give
picnic at Hampton Lake Sumla era College was home for EastvwlUi Florida thin Marih 21 you
.35 45c Miss Thelma Green spent Satu his mother Mrs. W. tFaxon. j 1 lt""ke. SetteIt you better-than-ever lubrication service. Yes, the kind'
.lI iKFICI\r. PKAI.> A. J. ThomaiAa ..
day and Sunday in St. Auguiitlr Clerk: of Haiti Couiriy of service that protects your car investment-

visiting her aunt Mrs. Emma Mr. aud Mrs. Gail Mathews and Mvrtle, T Heaver Ueniity clerlWilliam makes cars run smoother, last longer.We .
n. MorBHii. Itn; dark luildInir :
Creech. son Bruce spent Easter at Jack .
JackHonvllle, Fl< rlilitAtlya 1
Fresh Large I'lajlox IMnk-lcc Glniton anl'lajtx sonvllle Beach visiting Mr. and for I'lf. JI30 4t 4'20' earned this sign by taking an intensive

Lit'Ing Girdle* at llarki, Mrs. Lowell Mathews and )Ir. an In 4 IrenU .......-... llradrurd foeejtlKlorlilni .. 4-day training courxo where we learned lubrication
SHRIMP the La twit techiuquoa from Pure Oil
JUMBO iale'a Department Store. Mrs. Virgil Mathews. le 4 hiineerr. when you have enough
HtephenanhlnKton. I.amb..t.l'I..lnllf. experts. We havo tho know-how
Mrs J. A. McIntyre and chtIren Miss Pearl Dunlin of Atlantic VM. 1"'l'olhyII..n.. IMIHbelt Insurance- and the equipment to better service all
1.00 Billy and Oran of Auberr City M. J. Is spending this weel Defendant. Pane Nnkriler UU cars-including lubrication of wheel bearings

dale were weekend guests of Mn with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W > nilotlre Ttppmr ..
l>f 1 h Heal Inn \ and special tranamLwiona.!
llclntyre's parents Mr. and Mrs.: E. Dustin. "'I\IH ol<' KI.OIIIUV TIifirolhv ... We Sell ifl ,
V. E. Thornton.Col. Little Terry Dea Duke of Gain and Allene adilrean l I.h..rl.IN I'nknown whoae reMnence Give us a chnnco to "do our ntufT." Drive

James A. Griffin of Camp eaville Js spending several day Ton are required, to appear nn in for thin "po..t graduate" Pure Sure:!

Standing returned Thursday If tsst this .week with her uncle and aunt April :to.and I 1'I61!tauae' l. In, wherein the above plnlntlfaeeka nnineiCnurt Charley) E. Johns &rv i'e.

.AU Orders Include French Fries I week from a four day business trip Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brawn while divorce Hrtulford Count: Agency

I Griffin also Mrs. Glen Duke Is In Teleirrapli ahall puhlleh thla (irde. '
Rico. Mrs. her mother
ROLLS OR TOAST to Puerto : FluVteprwntlnfl
CE OF SALADS. In next four weekly lapue* lone IS SrARKK.
I Ie has returned from a week's visit the Alachua Hospital for a check Wltneaa mv hand and official nea I
Florida. thin March :.. SERVICE STORE
In Lakand. lit Starke, PURE
and relatives
with friends up. 18B1..OFFICIAL.
Our Menu for Daily SpecialsATTENTION I Mrs. Hans Walker retUl'ned< HKAT., > A. J, ThomaiAa .:
II and home Thuisday of last week from Clerk rif nald Com 1 IHa.'
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump Uy Myrtle T Deaver. T'eputv Clerlr .. ... Madisim & Walnut Sis. Starke,

I laughters Evelyn and Lllllai the Fairfax hospital Daytona Frank Ijindrum;; Htarke, FlorldnAtlya. TitlE TRAVECEft*,Vlarttoni

have as their guests from Wednei where she underwent a majooperation. for I'lf. "; 1130 4t 4,irlreult ... .,. 6 6.G'

I day to Sunday Mr. and W. H 1. 4'uert. llmdfiird ,,.nl|.
of Mont Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis oStorke .'orlrfai In <*baneerr.Kciuh .
'homson Jr. and family : J, Hcavo, I'lalntlff v.. JameCaae .
ello and also Air. and Sirs. J and Mr. ,and Mr;'I. H,_ Q. A. Htavo. DefendantH .
of Tallahasat'e :No. R3H
Jr. and sou Greg
Davis ,
Veils Stump of New York City ....1... PBhlleXTVII ..,loa %BH Voll-. T'K .
BACCO GROWERS who are enroute home after spend were dinner guests of Mi .'ppr -: .. >'I.OHII>t To.
and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr at Pen : .
Miami. -- -
InR' six weeks in ''Tha H. C3DaviBvs \ .
Farms Saturday.
and :Mrs. Homer Swindal ney '
Let Us Write YourBeforeYou Rev. their home In \
returned to
( visitIng : lr Ut C"9lwl
were In Gainesville Monday\ J> >>
afternbon afte:
Tallahassee Sunday
Mrs. Albert Newman and Mn weekend with Mrs \\ '
spending the : '
INSURANCE who are confined In) ''f
L Colson NEW
Davis' parents Mr. and Mrs. R. J
c' .
\\ II, ., ,
Alachua Hospital.
the Davis In Starke and Mr, Davis
\ rl.l '
returned Wednesday; \1 \ .
Need It S. R. Johns mother Mrs. W. N. North at State ,
iVOJV ; three week's trip to Texa \)
from a Farm. -

and Los Angeles, Calif. and Mnftedon .. Dr. 3. ,-Maxl Dell. Sr. of Galnesrllle BENDIX ; '. >

ranch of Mrs. .J. J. Fitzgerald an \ spent the weekend with Sen .
McNalr of Tampa
and Mrs. Charley
visiting[ Mrs. M. F. Brown aDd< Mrs. .Bertha Pear e .had her that ice are note ready I,

SURANCEWALL family from Wednesday to Friday family home for Easter! : Mr. and!

Playtex: : Pink-Ice Glrdk- and Mrs. Ed Ensor and :Mary Lane ECONOMAT to serve you In
Living Glrdlr* at Barks Beth ol
lujtex: : and daughters Mary.

die's Department Store. Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.- W our new location ..
Mr. and Mrs. W T. Jackson Godwin of Palatka.
AGENCY weekend will .. .
and r sons spent WASHER .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver li CARD OF THANKSMrs. '. J .i." .

EASE CTIONE 146onstant /llllaton. W. U Blair wishes to ex. ."

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome press sincere appreciation for the .; \, .""

son. John and daughter Evelyn, wautiful flowers cards and letteri .
Service Over '50 Years attended Mrs. Newsome's family she received and the many other .,," J

lurch In Jasper Sunday and visit xmrtesles .extended to her during W. Call St.V .
307 .
ed friends there. Her recent stay in Riverside Hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Aclklna Jr .
Fred Guy and _
and Mr. and Mrs.
of Gain r.I ClrmU 0 C art, Bradford C...tr.
and Jimmy
tiildren Jane .
Im HuHrvrr.ramm
ivllle were Easter guests of Judge .KlorMm II, Mrl.cml, plaintiff. v.. -' f SrrtvTELEVISION *".- .0$-"..; I.
Adklns.Mr B.'I\. M... Mrtood, V.len"t.Ca. t tt.
and Mrs. A. Z. .." No Ba nr4 "t"\ ', --
Hardy and Anil Nnflitppmr -* T< .. "
and Mrs. Buck .> .r Of Pvhllratlan .

Dedicated To Community Service'- nughter Mr. and Mrs.Fay Smiley Of Pavo.Barrow ol and 1M.U'ad"...Mtl.rftml.. In40, whnH l llroailw TrtMfnc*

"Movies Are Better Than Ever" her* Saturday IoJlrut. Mitron. o..la'You :
I aldwlu were J. ur. rwialrcd to upptar on
Mr. and Mrs.
Men. nApr. 1, 2Aluo afternoon visiting .'
| March 31FEATURE ,
L. Cole. I I
Mr. and Mrs. Chare! Hardy and! RADIOS
family spent Sunday in

Mrs. Hardy's mother Mrs F1eel..OOUJS >

UN I IV.D H. H Houston SEAT
urden and their guests Mrs. G <
Mrs. Lv M "
Livingston of Tampa
of Hawthorne andlfrs. : : '
Wainwright II -
England of Savanah, / : \
Emma ,
visited the Stephen Foster II that .avet up 10 36 gallensof .
Ga. I
watew h wathday
Sun- <
memorial at White Springs ..",

Sugar .. ." to.
full sutomau'c >ec no wrlnjef, oopinner I ..
day.Mrs. and daughter o :- '.,
L. Cooper
no bolting I I
an.1 Lat."t Alice Sue of I
Starch of Time Linda and UNDERTOW AGITA.
M\ Powerful I
Mrs. J.
New* vllle were visitors of WITH ANY TOR WASHING I I.FLOATAWAy.nUSHAWAY WE MAINTAIN A r. i g >.
Friday. I
embree Mr and Mrs. S. C. Devrlck and PHILCOREFRIGERATOR .denning COMI'LKTE: : KEl'AIK DKrAKTMENT.TIIKEE .
| :3! 4oreiaeunt I Devrlck of Walton. W.Va. .
Tues., Wed. Apr. Mis!! Orpha .weekend guetti .New porcelain lop foe no woilt I : COMPETENTHADIOTV ;

......m. were Easter (nciacaAmiiing .

Wendel bcdonaM Ward I 01 Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Devrlck.guesU Philco Range WoaJercub (futntuetA ) KEI'AIltMKN
and their or
DevrUks in writing)
The can
COnEY visited St. Augunflne on Saturday .One dial doe the work-yon dOD"1 TO !HEIIVE: YOU

i Tampa on Sunday. Limited Time ONLY J eYea h.T. to be thef .

THE GREAT .. rrwlvwi. a> uhlpmirt ollaytex
RADAl | Ju t LINK GIKULrSitrkwlato'a a prWert el leeJjl NeaM I"a-H/|/
MISSOURI Department Store. $S OK $10 $A5.0O U. *. than the) average) I

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly weekid ol- DEPOSIT prlc* of automatic wather* TJ Visit Us In Our New, Enlarged Location

Lake spent the Easter

-Kgypt Sp akV and News Mrs.Eagle with Winifred Mr. Wlmberly's Wlmberly and mother Mrand Will Hold For You """t-229.95 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE ON SIDE

Mrs. Nelson L. Green. tew rfewa aayateat-la>* tome I,
Thur. Frl. Apr. 5, 6Clifton' and Mrs S. B See Our
L. A. Brown I
here 12.33 Per Month
Gainesville were S-P-E-E-1) Q-U-E-E-N
Ritch of

Sunday Mrs..P.Mr and afternoon M. Mrs.Barefoot.Johmy visiting Jones Mr. and and Washing Machine Winkler\ Electric Chas. C. Shepherd

Pamela of Lake
illdr'en Beth

CIIY were, weekend Mr. and guests Mrs.of C.Mrs H C. H. Nasworthy Service

meV parents
Starke Fla.
307 W. Call St. :-
\ Superman"hto nick.Mrs.;:. 222 Temple Ave. ,

SWn K. L. Richard of Jackson- 232 E. Call Starke, Fla. TIIONK:' 16GKTAKKR

In.I<'Innlt," I i vl11e was the overnight guest of FU\. _ ... _. --IIIIa"!!----S- --.,.IIIi---------rnIIII......... ...---- ....-,. ------..-
W J. Epperson -- -
Plus "OirpenlerV Cartoon h.r daughter, Mrs. = -:=: !
I Jr. and family Friday.




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9 5 .

PAGE SIX Ptarke Florida, thin March T l"Braph ',..1]
ration as we seem to be Improving. We wish 6th, 1 P/il. l In Wltruii.next .foul. ..I
although w e boar a balanced r OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,
C llzed the cow peas THERESSAMrs. ( nf Court at Htarke .
him In good shap her a speedy recovery.Mr AB Clerk i iintl. V '
want to keep .
could have gol
were lure that we Mrs. James Ortagu! Br Haven CroKbv: Deputy ClerkA. v,
: He has slimmed down a bit and and Florida. (OVF1CU1.rv ,
; ten by without doing BO becaua' the J. Thnmaa. Jr, Stark
\ wanted something to hog of:r now probably tips the scales at and son of Jacksonville spent ait, 4t '!'SOla llnvn\ S.'
we ,
500 weekend with her mother, :Mn Clyde Bradley df Stark .. '1'. PrankAttys.. '
and the little cost of the fcrtillz about pounds. Circuit f.srt.BrsdfoFd Co tr I.""i ,
l" i VIJDIARYBy er should be repaid In HO many:; C Kate Starling. visited her sister Mr*. Ernie New Florida| I.OeRncnn(........,..,'.Plaintiff vs. to !" 'Ii I IIn

, I extra of pork and heel chickens showed a profiof Mrs. Leila Newsom of Stark som last Saturday. Leo H. Defendant. I
Sam McGarvey pounds Alice's Heatrlco T. paRagon rlrrult c......, ?
the day ahead si a and wax visiting her mother Sunday Clyde Dale and Barbara Fay rune No. 5295Order .
r Tarred corn a about $23 during February Notle T.Appear .sss-H-iarT'r! ...,rsHkarl.
will be to receive the planter Colen M. Ra ttl II. son of Mr. and Bradley of Starke visited Miai Of Publication A ad !: .
/ ii II 7 The author glad that It did not tick In that is really good tor only abou TTK OP KI.OHIOA>> To. littrvnilii.
J1'Wl7.4Stlf4V << Item of lntrr."t concerning and had no trouble In the 50 hens. But that money has to< Mrs. L. E. Rattiff, will leave Dolores Cloversettle Saturday.Mr. rvatrtce '1'. DeTlaa-on whnne reHldencB .,

w.I l1tI1t\V the activities of farmer* !a direction, but had about everything help pay for feed for months dur Thursday for the Navy. and Mrs. Floyd Burke of< la Hunt Street Belllnrham, Appear O.dp..1 K'I'\'I l'k1i01,1! 110. : in. ;M

I, VIIt7flr.4ford County. SuggraUonii maybe else go wrong. However wi Ing which we get very few eggs Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughtoi Jacksonville were guests of Mrs MAM.You are required to appear on I Hln.a, P. Hk," "K" ri.,11. ,

t' q left at the Telegraph office or did manage to bed. fertilize ant cc a and daughter, Mary Francis, and Land Tuesday.Mr. April Dili. 1051 In wherein the above plaintiff namedCourt Jersey 21 Cathedral: \ : \ft,,

mailed to Sam McGarvey Lawt y, one operation and tha were buslnesi and Mrs. Dan Loper and and ratine and control You are c
I MkWWVA plant In When Sam dies and goes some Mrs Louis Dempsey eeeks divorce care, ru t<>rty req\ d.i
Florida.Spring saved a lot of time and work where he will be able to tell by th visitors to Gainesville Monday. children of Theressa were visiting of minor on. Bradford this County OrderIn Ctmrt April 18th and, mi" I, ,'the '"i|'
to do the 6 and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lope; Telvrraph, nhall puhllxh al'h't..,,'
Took one long day condition of the fence and gatet Mrs. L. E. Rattiff and Mrs his parents four weekly .InnueaWltnena "eka nr.d'
3-4 acre field and we know thai their of Dooling, Georgia over the week- hand and official seal' TViiraph".h"'ll.. ",.
Is here; Tree are leafing and was starting a second when where he is. If the fences arc Leo Dyal were visiting parents my this March In next four H. Florida, eki. .
hit the but we should have done It much fast strong and Mr. Mrs. J. T. Cren haw at Ptarke, Witness ..,
: out, plants are coming to life trouble tractor good. good !and the gates and end.Mrs. 1955.OFFICIAl.. -.d ,
t'than that. However, the corr then that H. F. CloversetUe and Mrs 7th. SEAL A. J. Thomas tark..Kfo,3."l, J,
again after tlll. cold winter the Right front spindle snapped off swing without lifting. in Gainesville Sunday. Jacksonville I ( Clerk of Court 199I. 'hi. ;
air la balmy and mild and the leaving Katrlnka standing: ; on only Is planted now, and if we get f will be Heaven. But If the fences Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Davis ol, W. C. Loper .were In DY Haven Crosby AS Deputy Clerk OFFICIAL l1Jo\l., A.
blrda are singing "all de live-long three wheels and right :when the nice genUe rain on it, and we are made of rusty wire and the Durham, N. C. spent the Easter last Tuesday on business.Mr. Chan R. Heaa-204-06 Guaranty, : .Life Py Hav"n A.I.Ch'rk, .f .J.,
Flnrldn.S19 .
pulling I"
larks from and ,
day". The miracle of Spring It tractor was needed moat. Made a can keep the from eating gates sagging and so weak thata holidays with Mr. Davls's parentsMr. and Mrs. Ernie Newson T .lldl11 C, Jacknonvllle 4t also f''''LaTw Kvan* n.(D't,
and the earthworms Jean were in 1 03. Kxohmii !! "
hardly noticeable In the city where hurried trip to Gainesville and up good price sick chicken could knock them and Mrs. Jeff Davis. daughter, Glory I. r.-.d; ;: CountT.Florldal ., Jac-k onvUip.-'p'"" Z """
the circus coming to town uncd to, from there to Jacksonville and in ; It, and If we get a will be over, and the stock Is running all Mrs. Otto Herman and Mrs. Palatka Wednesday. Clrrult IN ( hanerry.t'nm Altya. for !'Ir.

be the harbinger, but on a farm It less than a day after the breakdown for It, why everything; over the place at will, Sam won't Rae Rivers of High Springs were Fred Manire of Jacksonville Montgomery Wllllama. Plain. :
the dandy. But that la a mighty long he Is--he'll uncle, Herbert Clover- .. Meredith Ann Dnwdon Wllllama. I.. Clr.'uK ('inirl, ,.,
Is so real that you can feel thlngfgrowing I we had obtained new of Ifs. have to be told where visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louie visited his tiff.. ". n fen<,1,,nt. Can. No 8311Order Florida In (1,lIre", ,1"1.
and you feel I close to God spindle, installed it and the trac line e.e Sunday settle Saturday.Mr. of Punllratloit .*nd Notice/ Totppenr Lena Nf. I Hnnux. S..'' '
and Nature. tor was In operation again. All of Dempsey I II and Mrs. J. T. Land, Mr. "KTATK' OK FI.OBII tel Corentliitt taut, "

Ce. which shows that the one thing Also made our first planting ((20 know.GRAHAM I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Farber have I and Mrs. Willy Creamer and Mrs.F. : lIrM Meredith residence.Ann Pawnon and address William Or..... of 1''n.I"| '"
be of a farm is Ibs) of Roger Longreen snap moved to their new home In I I Land's Ranch whose Tocoirm, tvurar Si' 'li; .. '". ,
Did a lot of tractorlng around you can sure on at the Howell all from l 1M: .1022 Kimt C. Street ; JBBP
out.the fertilizer friends regret Mien Meredith Ann < rpntlm
beans. Their or
Starke. many Wnfthlna-tnn
trouble In form anotier.C
one or
the neighborhood and th m when running the were visiting in Daytona\ Sunday DnwHon William 1322 Routh Tyler IN 1',1, '
we onuld no longer delay got into S S same time so we are but decided Ily Mrn. John !M<'Klnny to see them move. afternoon Street, Tacoma, Waahlnffton You are r'> of burning the plants of Gainesvillewas on April leth. mi, '
rink Beard
land Double cut our right; field preparatory Mrn. Hugh You Are required to appear '
our own work. Made only one It' t'hiirch News Court and ,, \
with In the above named OC >
16th. 1051
, to planting corn and cow to try to get away visiting her parents, Mr. and wish to Invite tc April wherein plaintiff eeka divorce, ,' everyone
We Court and
raune "
;; i-rir j I peas and got the soil in pretty by putting out the fertilizer In a Rev. Boom of Palatka closed a Mrs. F. M. Griffin Saturday. Simultaneous Revivalat .eel,s divorce. Brad frl County trol of minor ,,hl'iv '
I alongside of the row. We 2-week meeting at the Graham come to our Telegraph nhnll puhllHh thin OrderIn TeleirrBpli" ) .hal
j good condition but still waa not band Mrs. G. W. Rivers was the guest Church. Please In next f<.
Baptist four weekly lnuea.Wltneea d"W:
beanswe Hope next
satisfied did not look remember the fine Held of Christian Church last Friday night. weal ply, hnmi, ;, -J, :
as it as goodto Mrs. Leon Ellington mv band and official '
of her daughter trust will receive a ''f
t n't
BUILDINGMATERIALS I us as other fields we see around : had last year until three frosts Everybody enjoyed the meeting. in Starke last Thursday. come. you at Rtark. Florida, this March 14th inn Stark i. Florld.1 ," W..

the County. So we chained a heavy knocked it for a loop and wonder Mrs Equllla Roberts and her Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton blessing. 1981OFFICTA1.< SRAL A. J. ThomaaAn (OFFICIAL 8 F..'I.. A.
thlr :
disk and If the same thing will happen nephew spent the weekend In Clerk of sail Court. A" rh'rk of
board in back of the in r. CircuIt Court Bradford Comtr ".r
?{ discovered that when the disk wat year. But when It cornea to "dar Georgia visiting her brother and and Horace Cain were visiting Klortdm In ..........n,.. n-v: Haven Crosby. Deputy Clerk 'Even JI'y '1'Havpn. KvannNe Cr'.b.' .. I'" .
I b ,
mans Plant City last week.llardenbrookMoody riorln Anita Comhs tI..rc.tru".r, T. Frank T nn the frost", one guess sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin alu) 103 VRToRdiev -'" .
cutting very lightly that It threw ing andwe're "lalntlff, VI<. Cloyd Lorralna B..rC- *. for pif. 4t 4ls Att'I'_ for PU? flUiI45,1 I;
Is as good as the next ones Wa dln. Defendant.
up some soil on top of the board, itrenner.
t STILL AVAILABLEWow's that we will not Foster Miss Clara Moody, daughter. of Can No. mrd In Tlrenlt (""ur'. Bradford Coast
gambling Mr and Mrs. Reynolds .
thus It the neededto
giving: weIght > .r Of Publication Aud No.... To Florida In Chancery.Flohert .
level the earth. Did the field have another bad frost this spring. of Jacksonville spent Easter with Mr. anJ Mrs. J. C. Moody of Gra- Ipprar STATH OP FLORIDA Toi"lovd I,. Proctor, Plaintiff vs. "
t The Time To in this manner and It looked pretty On the other hand, what else cant tier parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. T lam, and Robert Hardenbrook, son Lorraine Tl.*rrntrewr, whoa. Delia Mae Proctor, Defendant.Cnne "

J Repair OrRemodel good to us. We underatand now farmer do but take a chance? Ifie Abernathy. ot Mr. and Mrs. Hardenbrook oftsrke esidence are and required address to Is appear Unkno..n'Yo" on: of Publication. And Notice No. 8310Driler Tit flf""Yt) ."

I that farming for us will be a never- waits until he Is sure that the Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney were married on March April) 9th. 1951. In the above named "Cpfle.. NTtTM OK Kl.OltlltToi>>
. la then he In the Pentecostaltolinesi nnrt: and cauae whrrrln plaintiff Delia. Mae Proctor Whose residence
of frost gone 17 at 8 m.
ending education; a process in danger were visiting"Mrs. Albert Newman p. "eeka divorce, and restoration of ind address Is unknown: :
which we will always be trying!: to I risks hitting a glutted market. In Alachua County hospital Church at Starke. Rev. lalrlen nnm Bradford ('", ,"tyTplp.raph You are required to appear on.
e e hall publtnh this Order April llth. 1951. In the above tvimedo .
the cere-
learn how to do a job better and ; afternoon. She was E. Butler performing .
1 8651 PHONE' 8652 which twill Sunday operated In next four weekly tnBiteVltnPKB ". I ? rt and cauiie. wherein plnlntlffeek uojiio on YAutrs-i.
I more economically. Fixed three beda In on last Friday morning and nony. \ my hand and official teal '. for our own
S.C plant potatoes
use. Did not bed up, as :we did I In ----- p
, ANNISBUILDING At taut we got our sweet 'corn past years but rather fertllla L-- !II- -

planted. Used about 25 Ibs. of ed on the level ground and then

j loan Hybrid seed and about 2, hilled up the earth over the fertlllzer a
tons of '23: % (natural source) organic and will now plant the pa.

! 4-7-5 fertilizer. Planted tour tatoes In the hills. By this metho fr __ ___. _t&,
( SUPPLIES, Inc. rows of corn and then one row of we are certain that our fertilize _...*-_S., -

cow peas, etc., throughout' the will not leach out, and we will will -
I 736 So. Main\ St. field so that we will be able to the low beds have a lot of soil to< S _

GAINESVILLEUSE dust our corn if we buy a duster
throw to the planta.
and ao that we will be able to C CS

harvest It with the tractor, Fertt- visit with Jessli ::
Had a pleasant e L
tha h14)
f' Young of Starke who told us have <
and her husband __
she .. =
"ANN/STONE" often talked of coming to see UII b', a..
1 ,.
to g .,
around '-
The Better Concrete Build For Prompt FREE Removalof and never quite gotten to mlet I

ing BlockHeadyMixed Dead, Crippled, & Worth- doing It. We were like glad to meet Bob ... S.
her and I
less Cattle Horses, Mules, Jessie gave Alice a batch of tine< .- ::: _;:i.4vfe L1 s
and Alice has sei :; .. j
Concrete & Hogs. flower plants ,-
them out to help Improve the appearance .." ," ---'-- 11 _oe, .-.-.. : .S'; _, .,
Delivered to Your Door Call 132 Stance -
: of our ploce.S .

Q- UICICSERVICE Scrapple, the little pig Alice I IS: !

Florida Renderers bottle, Is growing
1 raising on a __ .
fine, but he simply will not eat

INC.VACUUM hog meal. He wants his milk hot 4e

-uh1U- J tie, and wants it often but hthas

,' no use for feed and pays ne

I cumi meuuiTMVACUUnf attention to It. Alice has ever
rammed the feed down his throat

t Handsomely REBUILT trying to get him used to the

taste of It but he chews It thoughtfully

and then squeals: "Where'i .
_. ._ -.. ACMItrQIur my bottle-I want my bottle!" i. ________
Trials and tribulations of raising 4-

Block. 5' 5 S

Porky Is''a big sow and she \t

used to going where she pleases jjT
She broke out during the week

wandered around across the highway .

and came Into the front yard

We took her back and fixed the

place where she broke through and

while doing it aha tried to breakthrough

at a nearby place. She 4 11' Driver efficiency reaches flew high In Fcc>
J- -
0tt las plenty of shade, a pasture of W.L.U __ i 11_- two new S-STAR Cabs.New riding ease and modern new front
raised 4. .
8 ats and rape especially e1e styling in BIO JOBS like this F-8-and in every Ford Truck mo&lf&'J
'or her and her pigs, lots of water

and still she breaks out. Why?

lucas always i It's wants because to she's be where a hog and Ihealo.t. Here's how 'Ford engineering stays a step ahead_ in the

$ FULL QVNW.'J eacuatea 'aeea e to ong.especially.Toby eat We at glad and are last has by that S little glad and C some grazing they that Butch show* little have grazing their all are Butch grass certainly day appreciation all-- c1c rnw c@c[ [ ) lJllil1DillD[ \

j 12 OASU although we have been feeding .
PRICK: him concentrates he needs a lotf

> bulk and we simply cannot buy

\ Noel veae hay for our stock. When we get -
Mill n to raising more feed for our animals Ford's a step ahead with, ideas like

Order kFillid we hope to be able to cut ..
enough hay to last during the Are you fighting a losing battle BJons, axles, bodies. You get new

old months. And when mentlonng against rising buaineua coats?There's assurance of lower gas oil, service POWER, PILOT .

. -S nd 31' rteoa eawlB our. calves we can't help wonderful ECONOMY news for you and repair bills. Ford's POWER PILOT I,

D j os1tl'! J .,..nla talking about Comfort and Early in new Ford Trucks for 'Sit deserves your careful investigation. .. '

as they are a great satisfaction engineering has Its effectiveness and economy have
10-DAY TRIAL PLAN Ford step-ahead ECONOMY
to us.
thousands of trucks
all-out to make new Ford been PROVEN on
gone ,'. .
We lost some of our runners Trucks work harder for you, work in actual use! i -

Liberal which we set out but a large part better for you-and to cut the cost of Only Ford gives you a choice of

01 r them are growing fine andlIome your truck operation! V-8 or Six. Over 180 modeL! Come The Power Pilot symbol .

Trade-In have even put on blooms Important things have happened and see us-learn what a Ford 'sign of better performance under

bowed our patch to Fred Pres. transmi- Truck can do for yout All
Your to Ford Truck engines condition! :
011 colt and he told us that ours

which are only about 7-8" apart '

are much too close together. Nextyear ;'E: .. The Ford Truck Power Pilot like .conventional systems' tho
Cleaner! we'll set them farther apart. 1 .i-.t: 't ia a simpler fully-proven way Power Pilot use only one

Uut at least we planted them on Ford Tracking of getting the most power from control instead of two, yet in

new land. e e Costs Less bec use- the least (an. It automatically designed to aynchroniza firing
t meters and fire the right twkaeaccuratelyyoucnusoFORD
The which we uaed to .
pump -' --- -- -- -
amount of gaa, at precisely: the regWargas..yOu get no-

ater a Porky leaky and washer the heifers for a longtime hashad TRUCKS j 1 IASTLONGER.jJ right .instant, to match cooknock performance Only,Ford

Free Home Demonstration and It was a nuisance to t utantly changini" speed, load in the low-price Held give you

have to prime it every time we Utfea 'lonrir regftlroliaa
used It. Got a washer, put It on S 0,592,000 mrcil"fmuronce e.p rni
,..... Ford Tree's: ,lea lonperf I
In 1 a few minutes and now we save I,
- .
a few minutes every day. Such f't -
Tl'I-T= ,
r.\\U II 1
: (. Ideas.. this one are undoubtedly

408 W. For" lh St. &Bod, but; trouble Is to find theme

Ja.kaonvllle, FlorlilAI I II to fix thing. which need tlxIn& -

I WITHOUT OBLIGATION I nouM like a }'ltEI: Horn Dcmontration ,.
I S *
of a beautiful rebuilt El
I taihinent for $12.95. and were more pleased
I I II than ever with it. Don't know towhat ANDREWS MOTOR CO

Name_._. _.________ ___- ..- | extent we can cut it this

I Adilreaa .. _........ .... L |I II year, but unless we discover that
sparagus is more trouble thin Ithaa

| City. -_..-..-_ ... Stat been so far, we're planning tot
I II out a good size patch next
Directions : Mad & Adams Sts.
It 1I., ,ear. 60n
I : : : : e .

- - Feeding Big Red our registered -



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.SO. 19n: ._ ________ __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPIi _FlTI\RKF.. FLORIDA ----. ______unu__ ____I'\OF SEVEN_

Christian ChurchTh. Ruby Hayes Sunday I of Starke attended church services "MM. ''Ile' Ml'-''ut, I IVritl

The Life And TimesOf I Mr and lire H O Brown am"* I here Sunday April 21 Hl t i.?Ii'. ,".,1.1'1'. i'I>', ti|a>.|t"al|,appear., .. rvamI4.li

.> Frat Christian Church the BROOKER Mrs. Mary Green were in Jacksonville Mi and Mrs A. L. Crosby Jr. Court, mid < nii,.... i,'','r,',n plsilnur'
New River Folks seek. divnrv'! u-.t, rtj' and 'onto''l>
I'rlendllburch in the heart of By Iva Mao LenisA l on business Tuesday and lIOn Dale of Starke were or minor phllil Ilinilfiiiit, Corinty9'etegrsph
By Jessie Lee Lawnby I J. W. Brown of Rtdgeland, South Sunday guests of his parents. Mr. shall "..''oIlh thiv, Ord r
town xiends a welcome to all to I In next four weekly' l'_ii'"e
Carolina Mrs. Ira Brown Mr. and and Mrs. A. L Crosby Sr. Wit"..... my hand and off I, i:0' ><-il l lat
worship each Lord's day. Last A nice crowd enjoyed the Easter large crowd attended the Mrs. H. E. Coggtn Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs. Ralph Hazen and Htrk. Florida, till* Mai'">h it.
Sunday' was a great day but let us Services Easter Egg hunt and party at Shirley Parker's Satur- Louis Brown and family all of daughter Mary Frances were ( SKAt) A J Thnnum.

make next Sunday even greater. basket dinner at the New River day night After several games Jacksonville were visiting their Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. rierk of said Court
By rronhy Deputy Clark
Your presence alone can do It. ,Baptist Church. Rev. Truby Par :were played refreshments of eggs father Mr. H. O. Brown on his E. McKlnney of Starke. T. Frank rjindrum. Hlarke Florida.

Methodist ChurchThe rich filled\ his regular appointment crackers pickles cake and lemon- 70th birthday Sunday.Mr. Attya for fit. 3)23) 4t till
You Invited attend
Church Usually the Sunday after Easter ade are to
a 1\ served.
Mr. and Mrs Hermie Kelly and were and Mrs. John Shaw were Church Services at the Krooker In Circuit Crart.. llrxirord Caurty.
Friday) at 7:45 hear First Methodist Church ol there Is a "slump1 In the Bible sons of Lawtey were visiting out Mrs. Lucille Edwards entertainedher dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Church Klorl.l.i In < kaarery.Phyllia .
11 o'-
Baptist Sunday at Hurklev. .
gl Plaintiff Jnhn
at the First Baptist Starke cordially Invites you tc School. Help ua by your presencenot our way Sunday. They attended B.T.U. class with an egg hunt John Freeman Sunday.Mrs. clock. Choir practice at 3 B. T. U. Rucklev( Oefenda-nt. Can* No. 1.111

I r ], the famous message worship on Sunday, April 1 I to have one this year. Come church and visited the cemetery.Rev. Friday afternoon at her home. Mike Tilghman of Gainesville at 6.30: each Sunday night. Also Order.\Vfrmr' //f STVI'H ruAllraln OP. KI.OIIID turf N.......T.T..

Luby tneTrftlniaaA"Le Church School and above all, bring someone with Dodd filled his regular ap A large number. of ladles attend. was visiting her parents Mr Wednesday night prayer meetingat John 11ikli. whose residence la
iW has blessed count..d begins at : every pointment at the Long Bridge ed the Stanley party held at the and Mrs. S. Mott over the week- Ute church. unknown .nd whnna malllnir addrenala
you. Bible School begins at 10 care of Martin J. Buckley Nn.
been the means Sunday morning. The Sunday Christian Church Sunday There home of Mrs Mattie Sowell. Fri
has IIJ.SO 4Slh Street: Jloitdale, Lone
a.m. with C. W. Colson as superin end.Mr. When visiting\ our church be
of many souls. The morning worship service Is held was no Easter Egg hunt. day afternoon, Refreshments of and Mrs. Richburg Hardy Inland, New York:
? sure and visit our beginners room. You are required. to appear on
been a blessing thru In the Woman's Club Building at Joe Lazenby and Leslie Sapp fruit cake, sandwiches lemonade, and baby daughter Susan of It has been equipped with April 84. 19M In the above named
Irk with attendance rec- Morning Worship service begins tried their luck Saturday night at and coffee were served to the Pompano spent the weekend here Just new Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
11 a.m. Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell at 11 a.m. Lord's Supper la served chair, table and rug. seek. divorce., care custody and con.
reclaimed rabbit killed 11. with her Mr. and Mrs A.
lives are hunting. They guests parents trot oC minor children. Bradford
as will\ preach on the subject, "Keep. at 11:15.: Morning subject: "God- Each night this week there Is '
Id and souls are saved These boys dressed these bun L. Crosby. County Tel'Kraph: "shell publish: tot I'
Mrs. Pearl and Mrs
J ( Ing the Glow of Easter," and thLord's < A Consuming Fire." Markey Cottage prayer meeting In various Order In next four weekly l Iwnuea.Wltneiia .
.apel. "This Is not a nles" and freeze them. When they Mattle Sowell visited Mr. and Mrs. Visiting the sick In Gainesville\ home to the Simultane my hand and official" s.al f
e y i drive but a crusade Supper will be served at Evening services begin at 6:3C: get "enough" (Don't ask me how Evan VV. Hodg and family and Hospital last weekend were Mist\ previous At I9n1 Htiirke. Florida, this March 11.
our Revival. Rev. Strickland of
g, gvatlon of souls". Rev. : the close of the service. Com p.m. with Christian Endeavor many "enfuK makes) they sell Mr. and Mrs Roy Green and Lubedla Plnhnl ter. Mrs. Beulah Ralford will conduct the services. (OFFICIAL, 8I3AI.) A. .J. Thomaa.Aa Ij"
extended anid munion will be admlnstered tc"shutIns" Claire Douglas leader. Evangel. them at 90 cents each. There Mildred Mrs rierk of laid Court
4 B od as he : family Sunday Harrell. Mrs liarrell. There will be an all day service Hy Haven Cronhy Deputy Clerk, I
all to Join In these during the afternoon istlc services at 7:30.: Message: getting to be a ready market for Inn Green. Mrs. Mary Green Mr Rvan: T Kvana Nsai/ I> Rvani: Jr.
when Vrs. Ellis\ Guynn of High Sunday and dinner on the ground. los Law K.ch.. .,
requested.The "Sin Iiulldlnii,
causes the sense of the sou them. We're not allowed to try and Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. Mat. ..
ices. Springs visited Mrs. Mattle Come and worship with us. Everyone : .
3L designated as ConseA Sunday evening worship l to atrophy so. that men lose the one now a days not at the present Sowell Friday afternoon. tie Sowell. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie welcome. Ally.oforlI'lLFlorlda s23| 4t 4111In '

record attendancean held at 7:30: p.m. In the educatlona' 'power of perceiving.moral dlslliic ((50 cents) price of rabbits. (White Green and children and relative Circuit Co.-.,. Prall'.... Csaly. I,
In building. Mr. Mitchell will\ speak i lion." bacon eats better I It seems.) Mrs. Roaa Plnhnlater spent tho of the sick. IIOTICM Kli rlriai In 4 hanverr
500 Is expected their child- weekend with Mr and Mr. M. F. TO WHOM IT MAVC'ONCKHN: William: Ueorice Ix, ffler, Jr. Plain' t
|r,00 all ready signed tol' on the subject "The Triumphant Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: The Ira Merrltta had Wiggins of New River. We are glad to. have Polly Walt Notice In hereby given that I have tiff ".. M-.rle Mevca rA."I..r. 0.0 '
at Adequacy of Christ. p.m., studying the 15th Chapter of ren and grand children home Sun who has bten11\ In the hosplta'scvpral flt"<1 my Final, Report In the Kn- fendnnt fane No. IJS1
: Halnes message time In months Miss Marilyn Crosby who In Will on the Seth day of April, 195t. Order Of Pvhllratlnn And "Nell* T. ,
The Senior and Intermediate Act*. day, for the first back with ....... .. I
hour of eleven will\ be In the days us. Apply. tn the llonnrabl K. K. Ferryman \ STATH< OK Kl.OIIIIIt TMr
z Methodist Youth Fellowships meet Dick and Edith Carroll and sou teaching Starke ElementarySchool County Judea of ItrAitfnril *. Marl Mnvea Lneffler, who.. '
Revival Mrs Albert Newman has had Mr. and Mrs O. H. Brown were
God". The e of Jacksonville and Pete and Jerry; spent the weekend with her t'ounty, for Final Pt.rharae an 1'-: renldenre and address (is: Iake Pine
Using, directed by Mrs. Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. with serious operation In the Gainesville parents Mr. and Mrs H. B. visiting relatives In Lake Butler rcutnr or to,.'. Knt: .t.. of Lillian May Marltnn, Medford. New" Jersey: !
of Palatka
Sapp and lOll Mike Ilon..r Dodd, d..o..ot. You are required. tn appear" on
the Intermediates enjoying a craft She would last we..k.MI's. .
m with Mrs. Mona hospital. appreciateyour When last saw little\ Mike he Crosby Thin land day or Mari-h.! 1951Fmdorlck \. April U. I9RI In the above named '.
period from 9:30: to 6:30: under the cards and prayers. Ralph Hazen and daughter HyilnoK Dodd, Kxocutor: Court and cause, wherein plaintiff, ,
anise Mr. and Mrs. of
around in hb Hamp Comely ..... ,
of Bill Follow was "motoring" Sl21: tt 4 tl .k. divorce. Bradford CountyTeleicraph
guidance Scruggs. -Homer Frances*
Minister were shopping
Swlndall Mary _
the message will stroller. When he came Sunday he Ocala were visitinghere Sunday. shall publish this OrderIn
emng ing the evening service all young Gainesville\ Saturday In Clrmlf art nraiMoi-4 Pou.l1.FInrld.t next four weekly IKHUWIIWltnena .
I und Coming of Christ". needed no. aid -he was walking !Mr and Mia. Q. VV. Davis were l.. (.ttmmrrtj.llnntrlc niv hand and official seal 4
Ution of His return for' people are cordially invited to re At The TabernacleEaster everywhere visiting; relatives of Ulitckshear,, Mrs. Eugene Crosby and daughter M l+i'ra.nl. TMnlntirr, VI at Slnrko. Florida this March 21. :
main for the fellowship hour from 'I Ann and Mrs. Resale Crosbyand Joseph If Itrynnt r>i.ft'mli..nt. 11HIOFFICI I. i
I Including the rapture Mana Wiggins' garden Is showing Ga. over the weekend.Mis. <-!>.. Nt S1SJ ( .It. 5I'At.t A .1. '1"11 om.... I.
8:30 to 9:30.: Sunday services were Guy Harrc-11 had as herweekend daughter Helen were shop Order Of Pnbllrnlloii *... >ollf. T. A. Clerk. of aald Court t
most often requested The Children's Hour directed b> well attended at the Tabernacle. up nicely and still in the mak mother Mm. ping In Gainesville Saturday. 'lOP..... "'r' TK Of ..1..>lUII' To fly Tlnven CroHliv. ppputv, Clerk
light Is known as City Ing. Wish It'd hurry and grow up guests her Mrs. Elton and children Joseph Tf Hryunt, whnn residence T. Frank I.a"'rum.' Hlarke. Florida
Official night when all Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Is held eact A special musical program ,was big and pretty. Shu's real neighbor. Edna Hayes, brother O. C. und Hardy ami, address I I" DoSota Hotel Kan- Ally for Plf. a23| 4t 4'IJ!
afternoon from 3.13 tc presented by the Young People1
Wednesday :
Stella Mile of GaInesville.
will be the mature
'mty officials ly and we all wish It'd soon .
All children between the Choir ably conducted by Miss
4:15.: Mrs. Cecil Moore of Gainesvillespent
church. Thursday In I II
the u big way
ages of 6 and 12 are cordially In Edna Noegel. By request "Tht several days last week with
with I
Wen's Night" sup. Miller Johns' garden Is showing
vlted. Awakening Chorus" was repeated her sister Mrs. Etculiih/ Harrell.
[served at 6 p.m. Free at the evening service. There was up green and growing too. Hi i '
Mr. and Mrs. Bill and
i be secured from men and Miss Julia Lawson at the, also a beautiful accordion mole! I corn Is waving a blade or two tc Connely
son of Lrcsburg were visiting Mr. "W driven 5
Bnerhood. piano and organ. sung by Mice Joyce Underwood ol the admiring and wishful neighbors and Mm. K VV. Dairy Sunday, ve our Dodge cars

[he revival the choir will Worship at the church where the Palatka. The messages were I He's still planting tomatoutoo. Pvt. Stanley Crosby I'vt. K.' W

I by Mrs. Lucile Green Pastor is the evangelist and find brought by the sponsor. I His plants are growing despite -
Hoilgt of Fort Jackson !H.:: C. and
Jones with revival "Christ Is the answer" for every the cold weather and they
rge The Saturday night meeting ol[ Pfc N G. Hayes Jr. of Virginia
J Mrs Thelma Dlnklnv problem and for all the 'world j the young people featured a Felt. have'nt been protected from the almost were home visiting friends and I million miles'tat
cold He la selling plants now over a
of the Resurrection
O-Graph story relathes.. dining the weekend.Mr .

given by the leader, Edna Noegel! daily. and Mrs. J. T. Sowell arethe

Hear Pastor Bob Gray Sunday The messages and pictures pre. Gene classification Andrews has and received hi his I proud parents of a 10 pound OIOIOI Ollt. Ti.lcab "..! 0.....'...., .... Sank, N.w J..,..,

vented last Friday night by the new prehaps boy. The baby hns been named 'r "VVIffn live il.mcl.iril! Dodge vdm u>vrr a null ion mild you rrali/e what
missionaries Rev. and Mrs. J. C notification for the armed services lames Dukes. rrdrrM-nd.itMliiy. IIHMIU.f1 Dime milcrt were aafedelwndlbleciunturublaHulse | > '

SERMON AT 8 P.M.: Depew of Haiti were well re Felton Moody Is "treasuring" hi Richard Crosby student of the fur our |jnrnnrtiiHi.uinly. ( "wllo"mallln,1 trouble( frre milri. for ...."

celved. call too. Says he hasn't but a few U of F spent the Easter vacation :; =::=: :: -
Also To Die'ST more days as a ctvle around here.
[Ready The next Important scheduled here with his parents, Mr and Mrs
We hate to think of our boys -
service Is the observance of the H. B. Crosby
to leave our midst. Oscar Gibson -
18th anniversary of the founding Severn Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of >
BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton has already held
of the work early In April. Rucker Dukes spent last Sunday with Mr
months training In Camp
11 A.M.: and Mrs. 4 Sp.ctticaHont.mlquJpm .
Morning Worship Ala. It won't be but a few month Roy Green and family.We .nt tub|.ct M

Bible School 10 A.M.' Don II ill. Supt. St. Edward's CatholicRev. before there'll be several more tc arc sorry to. report that Mrs "'."a" with, ***! Atttktv.

I. T. U. 7 P.M. Otto Hicks, Sr., Director William H. Neuhaus, Pastor leave. It gives us all the blues tc Eddie Lewis, Mrs. Malcome Lewis:

think how it takes the cream of and Mrs. Grace Barry are still In _
END THE BAPTIST CHURCH( NEAREST YOU Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. in. the Just think It's only been the hospital. We wish them a
Mass at 8:00 m. crop.
Daily : a -
'RfNG THE SIMULTANEOUS REVIVAL" Confessions Saturday 7:30 12 short years ago since we all speedy recovery.Mr. cik--- -F iw

met out at New River School and and Mrs G. A. Gay had ar
8:30 p. m. and before all Masses
Children's Catechism Classes, several little six year old boys and their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. _
girls attended school for the firs M. D Cannon and two grand
10:00 r
Saturday a. m.
Adult Religious Instruction time. This elMs| la now part of the ttaugnters, Diana and Shirley and

Senior Class In Starke and Lake Mr. Gay's mother, Mrs. Emma
courses every Monday 8:00: to 9:00p. : (
Butler. Some of various ages were Gay of Chlefland.
m. The'public Is cordially Inv
THE vited. already In this little school. then Dell Rogers npnnt the weekend r .' ,. '

** I Special Lenten devotions to be They'll always be a flame In my I with relatives In Plant City.

heart-I started them off -They Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Coleman of will
,held Edward's Catholic
at St. see
it This new Dodge
read Gainesville visitors I on great
IRST Church every Monday and Friday couldn't write their names were here Sun Depend

evenings at 800. a word or count. By the end of the day.Mrs. ahead !

On Monday evening, Rosary. Instructions term how they thrilled me sot! Lollle Ward has returned you thru the long pull

benedictions of the They were such sweet little youngsters home after visiting with relativesIn

Blessed Sacrament. readln' writln and spellln Lakeland and Plant City TN TIMES like theme, It pay tn own a cur )you know: nwire fnr a car and sill nit lot all l lh. est -

APTIST Friday evening Way of tile up a country breeze. We have n( Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and I II I englnrrred; through and through to state! up value features of t
Cross Sermon. Benediction of the record of a single failure of thai children of Starke visited friends. belter, serve )you longer at lowe suit

Most Blessed. Sacrament. class. Everyone who. started or be- and relatives here Sunday. That'f why we siiHK"*' you drive the car wh
gan that year ((20 In all) 19:19: Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay were In reputation for long &Lfe, ruggedness end stamina 1s ty,., 41recogWaal

HURCH Church of ChristCorner who did not have to. quit school t' Gainesville Saturday on business the world over' t

help out with family Incomes Is Miss Charlene of Starke s
10th and McMahon I Spend 5 Mlnulft With U$. Coma In today Five
this Then after s
senior the weekend
a year. spent with Barbara
I minutes b all It taken to cheek ml compare to
Bible School- -10 A. M. thinking of their being beginner Jean and Janice Green.Pitt "s
learn how much more Dodge!! iloptmiliibilltv cam ''t'
Preaching- A. M. and 7:30: under care and guidance Just
TARKE my Baxter of Jacksonville If
I, mean to you. Learn how you could pay up to J l.XX( )
P.M. yesterday and tomorrow they'll be spending several days at home

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study I serving our country In varlou' this: week. 1951 Dependable

each Wednesday 7:30: p M. ways. I can't keep that ole lumr Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman

I Everyone welcome. I I I I go down.down No!. use Wilbur swallowing Turner Is now won't In Green Vtrs. Tim Mann and In Mrs.Alachua Roy D] 0: III G E IMOOTHU IIDt 10ng..c..III.. New Orlflow Shots
were shopping
1 kind. of ride .
I HE MIDDLE CIII'KCII OF JESUS CUBIST i service In Camp Cook Calif I've I U J9 A b."r'IY'lem' gives a truly new .
I Saturday. M* other Beduces
Rev. L. D. HainesOF OF IATTKIUV SVINTS I taught all these above mentioned 800''. you over. riMill" that stop can.

(MORMON) boys and wonder about thvll Charlie Kelley, Stephen Kelley Just fit dollar more than eM towtst-fxictdcart/ oo vital chuala parts. Adds miles. to car Ill...
and T. W.
PASTOR I'(I Markey enjoyed fishingon !
Sunday School 10 a, m. future. They deserve the best andI
Sante Fe lake Friday afterno -
Sacrament Service 6:30: p. rri. In hope they get It
I n.
Masonic Hall on Call St, Starke.,I The Geo. Anderson's are having A large crowd attended the egg,, J. P. Roberts MotorsPHONE
extended to
THE MOST SPIRITUALAND A cordial welcome Is I more pig increases--ole Tlneya hunt at Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges

all. big saw brought 16 pigs one night and also birthday dinner of Mrs. FLA.JOIN

last week. One was dead-not ba(' Lizzie Green and daughter Mrs. 69 STARKE, .

Presbyterian Church at all Tlney, Keep up the population -

BEST ATTENDEDtEVIVAL In big figures. No use fool III'

9:45: Sunday school. around these days.

10 a. m. Friendship Bible Class
The folks around here are still
11 a. m. Services conducted by
setting out tobacco.
Beer of Penney Farms. ,
Real C. R.
Everett Gainey of Brooker was

visiting Floyd Wiggins Monday 4
Clair Sts. .
8th & St.
&: about sick
Nettle Moody was
School 10 a.m.
3unday with flu Sunday and when It wa
IN ITS HISTORY Morning Worship 11 am. d
suggested that she go home and! m .
Evening Service 7:30: p.m.V ,
Sunday go to bed she said "no__stay up
P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m
and beat It" She may have some

On Thru April 8 Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m thing there. ?

BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Pearl Coliton Is staying busy

There will be an all day meetIng ., In the mornings. She has given Ye i. "n'f a picnic" when you turn over

bAILY 10 A.M. & 7:13 P.M.' and basket lunch at the Bay- several permanents lately. Wr those burdening household: chores ro milling ...
Church on want to see Truby Hodges' new
VICES: SUNDAY }1 A.31.' & 7:15 j:>> 'P.M.: less Easter Highway Sunday.Baptist Services will be permanent. Truby has worn longhair Reddy Kilowatt! Take full advantage of

conducted by the Pastor, Rev. for years but now has Changed Sunshine' Service to give you added time for

Jacksonville. to short. We hear Its very pretty r
James Ladd of I + Q outings with the amity, outdoor recreation...
Monday Night Will Be Joe Lazenby visited Jessie Mer Tgt y S all how thing ,.,..'ve alwayt wanted to do!

CITY OFFICIALS' NIGHT vlu Cason In Lake Butler Satur

day night after the latter had returned 3

rrr WELDING from the hospital In Lake

City where he had undergone

Thursday Night Will Be .. tI treatment for a broken arm sad HAPPIER\ lIVING..GO ALL.
pulled ligaments Jesse Mervin flEe

MEN'S NIGHT was playing with a friend In a \ FLORIDA'S\ TRle.,
china tree and swung onto a limb\:! FOR to
__ r- l #' which broke with him and he fell EXTRA LEISURE

% onto an object on the ground. He

Is Urged To Attend was quite III but hopes to be backIn
We offer the people of Starke school soon.

Minnie Johns and children spent -

and vicinity one of the moet Sunday at Midway with her parents All-electric\ kitchens and laundries arc toot, clean h NEW fREE edem.
And Bring Another Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner BOOKLET

modern and fluent equipped who had all their children horn mo Whether you go "all-electric" all at once Hen> help in keeping

anywhere.All For the first time In years. It waft ...or by adding one appliance at a ..me..U, home. bright .n welding chop all enjoyed -
wonderful reunion. They .
.he..11".** recipe
the !
find ii't worth trip
Work Guaranteed a bountiful basket dinner. far belter living in a better lighted

PR A :Yr SMITH'S GARAGEAND PENTECOSTAL HOUTNT.8. home Call M out office foe par copy

IOth St. and Temple Ave. {Ii> FLOIIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY. "
MACHINE SHOP bunday! School 9:45 a. m.: Morning

the Salvation of Souls Temple Ave. Starke Worship 11 a. m.; Evangell

tic: Services 7:00: p. m. Everyonewelcome.

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Atra"'R, F Young, Mr.[ and 1 Mrs. I Annual Report Of Florida Power & Light Co. etlll seem as to the enfold poet ua. We hard!)' FARM, HOME & AUTO SU

; New Canning Method Developed At BHS Ezra Lennon. Miss Dorothy Ro I Future For Florida EconomyFlorida's I know where we at'e going. We Home Owned & Operated by IK-nYeM n. 'fIt
Lawrence. Predicts Bright that In our hearts Is 8 IJ!
And Cuts Breakage and party. Mr and Mrs. i I only know Starke, Fla.
:S Speeds Glass Process Olbaon and part Mr J. R. Kelly varied and expanding spent $18,160,579 for Improvementduring ; love for the boys who are ovel

I and party all of Starke, Mr and and ideal ell 1950, making a total ol there and our hearts are wruna FISH CONTESTAPRIL
for budgets. of small reboot can Mr. Chrlstophei Hammond and I economic horizons de 889,000,000 spent since V-J Day, i by thoughts of more boys goln

; I Wing projects. So Mr. Ferguso: I party of Mil,clenny. II.] B. Crosby malls In conditions the 1850: annual are vividly report of! The company expects spend an' i to camp. How proud\ we are of I Iex the tat to JULY l ht
went to work combined a numbs and son Riche 'd of Brookcr. A plcted I' additional IIS.000,000 this year. -aoldlere who have already put t
and came up with a plan.! A. and the the Florida Power &: Light Com' electricity In War II FIRST FKIZK: (for largest bexst Aril 1110 GhtH| I Ispeare
of Ideas members of the P T Capacity to generate in their young years a.. ,
i I Under Ferguson's plan air peel Hampton School faculty appreciate pany. ? iTltisd "Florida Is Prepared Tt I was boosted from 210.000; KW in I Years pass but they will still be TrifAxln R.*. l, Anhaway SO Ib. <5o jd.\ ..: s

1 i sure replacing the steam pressur the wonderful spirit of co-operi a
I cooking. Is combined with i.''I Serve of 1953: this will PKIZK: (for Urgent lgol
end the tot
after the military and pence 1950. By the I must keep staring: Into SECOND Hiring (,r ,I"l', i iGlawi I kN r
Kradually-rlsing water level Inside tlon.The editor recently asked the factors which have made be Increased to 650,000: KW, or I doing our best until ;we can se: Rod Value ((13.50.
II time
:I the) cooker to maintain cookini.. children in this school to .wrlte I Florida the fastest growing state.I more than three times the V-J Day; I clearly. Aak the boys who wen WEEKLY: PRIZES (for largest. Raw faught I Ir
and contents
pressure until the jara down what they liked best about in the nation during the past 2Cyears. total. there they will, know. They are Lures Total Value $36.IttTLES. }
to -'
I I cool off sufficiently r their school. This Is In reality an I I Electric customers at the end of wise for their years. God blea FOR CONTEST

I I move them without breaking. evaluation of the children's reo< Released last week to 18,000 U' totaled 3.'9,000, comparedwith them. This afternoon the men eon
the register
year on ,
entries must store I
I i Ferguson explained that if th i action to the total school prograrI S. and foreign stockholders, i 11 314.000 In 1949 a gain of 11; a funeral for a loved,friend o. I. AU btxik ....I.h '+'
pressure in the cooker were re I A few of these evaluations will b"I credits "climate and geography"' ;I cent and more than one and mine and a member of my chart caught (n<> charge)
duced too rapidly before the jar ( printed each week since we be-' as underlying Florida's phenomenal one-half times the number of' She was 64. She has been gravel 2. All fish must be.weighed at store g,

had cooled off pressure left In the I lleve the parents will be interest*' potential for the future. II customers in 1945.: Ill for five weeks I played mot 3. Fish must be caught by Rml &. Rr 'I.

Jar because of Its temperatur : | in the view points of their children Citing the state's geographic ad I If war comes Florida's economycan softly while the minister read the 4. Fish may be caught Mlth any legal bait. q
I I would burst it. Forced cooling b;)' 'I concerning the school.hut vantages the report describe be shifted to serve the nation, scripture. I fixed her hair so prel 5. In case of tie, sward will be equally dhldrd

I I water alone might also break till: \\ I like about Hampton' t'hool Florida as "a spear into the South the report stresses."Throughout ty and we had so much company those who tie.

jar. but the combined procedure orepiecing Barbara Matchett: What I 1 like Atlantic, making It a natural all the state terrain I have the rooms below all clean 8. Derision of Judges will be final
hot steam preasure with;).I I' best is that no one in our room I'I'I weather air gateway to South and climate combine to make It a and now have a bit of time before

cool air pressure while water slowly : ever gets mad with anyone else. America, Africa and the Near, natural training ground< for the the men come home and to star -

bubbles In at the bottom of the!, I Ray Brookins: I like Hampto East." Air Force and equally useful for supper My days are full. I have

pressure pot answer both these< school because there are fewer I Highlighting the state's rapid general military training. Some been sewing In between times )

problems Mr. Ferguson says.HAMPTON. fights and whippings than In I any growth.: It reveals: I' military Installations are already have a new lace pattern for plow -

school I know of. I 1. Summer business is growing active. Many others are ready cases My near neighbor gave

\ Frank Loper: What lUke more rapidly than winter business.; for quick removal from 'moth It to me. Ah, life la good becausI

about Hampton School is the noon 2. Agricultural output has been'I balls'," the report states. [ have such good loving neighbor) Hagan Walla
hour because we have a lot to ea'' "vastly' expanded" since V-J Day military activities I
"Aside from direct I[ have plenty to keep me busy, .e
By Alva M. C. SweeneyEuntrr Rothell Jones:; I like this achoof 3. Small Industrial plants are the state's citrus, beef,, the; days pass swiftly I have time
because It Is small and I know all "thriving." helps
I dairy and vegetable output to; think many prayers about my
lof my clnaa-matee. In a message addressed to stock I supply of food of I ever
VisitorsIncluded. boost the nation's work. I think everyone
among Easter Sunday Lamar Starling: What I lIkc olden, McGregor Smith, company a major factor la winning knew, ever worked and live near 3RINGCIRCU
best Is the :way that Mr. Beder president, points out that Florida's:I. output has
following i
visitors to Hampton were the fond' wars. This agricultural Memories are sweet and old ag,
. : Mrs. iva Bowden of Macan gaugb keeps the walls so clean. vast resources for providing been vastly expanded since V-J will not be so bad with BO many;
Howell Williams: I like to do 1 my; and other vital supplies and Its
Mrs. Alice Fauc- I to think and live ova
Oa. and sister good things
I have the prlvl natural facilities for military trainIng Day. I
I work so offer
her of Orlando, who were guests of fan at "Tourist! accommodations I I am. glad I live In a golden age
had legs of going out and playing and operational. are I and feeding before the
Mrs. Nlta Johnson. They read "' facilities! for housing during my early years
!' visited relatives in dinner. I 3000.000 persons, series of wars started.
previously approximately
Willow Ruth Hammond: What 1 The key polnte covered In the of
Jacksonville and are spending like beat are the new dining report, however do not under, on a military basis. Conversion war Letters from Dorothy Manning
this week with Mrs. Emma La- ,' i core preparation for war nor war, Florida's tourist 'plant' to and Hazel Grtffls. They assure meat
: at Smith Lake Mrs. tables. and can again be done virtually Clay Hill I am not forgotten
I moreaux Vonnie Alvarez:: I like UK I II welt, as a yardHtlck for future was
Charles' Cox and three children of overnight, and I send my love to them scent
I the
Rather, underlyIng -
rosperity. Beautiful ShorlSTARK
our alld
beautiful pictures on I II' "A Clean
C. A.Cox. variety of miles. This afternoon It
Miami, visited Mr. and Mrs. Martha Sue Brookins: I like I It economic factors of growth "Since V-J Day a the many :
( ) The Albert Pope family ofF.a1 I' bent when we put on a play. ire accented as strong, natural I small industrial plants has thrived Is uPl above forty and the sun
1 Is
\ Gnllle were holiday guests of I James Gann: I like music lessen 'conditions which presage a trencndous In the state. While none shines lovely. There Is a dee]
1 Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Saxon, CharlDennlson : I all business future for the I large collectively they represent snow on the ground. Letter from

I of Gainesville spent the best James of Thomas! .; I like school becauxe State of Florida with or without"preparednees" I a sizeable reservoir of useful skills my son's wife and they have been

Easter weekend with Mr. and Mra.I we work and play and make or "war" ecouoy. and production. I going: to church gathering and<
A. C. Dennlson. Mr. and Mrs. W. "Fortified with Increased facilities having a nice time. Seven new
Saxon and.son, of Cedar Kej. things and paint I and services'', calves living and 20 pigs, lamb;
A Joseph Allen: I like Hampton Smith said the past five years. skills, products
were guests of Mrs J. H. Saxon, I School because the teacher lets ui of' peace have been five years of of the same kind which in the past and little chicks. How proud and
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddock en. expansion; and Improvement by his I i were fully utilized to achieve production glad I am. Such precious chlldre
have parties. I
joyed last Sunday with Mrs. HIdork'e < Next week some more of tht I company and additional major 1m- and military goats Florida who fear God and love their fel.low 1 -- DAY ONLYWednesday -
Mr. and Mrs. D to serve the nation neighbors.
: parents, will Later ir prove menU are under construction Is prepared
likes be published.
l i W. Johnson. They came from JacJsonville. school are going tc or on order. an a much bigger scale than 1 In HELPFUL HINTS: To make thhildren'e
the year we
Another Jacksonville World War II." crayons )last longer wrap|
ask the children to make state He revealed that the company
Mrs. Marlon Gnann spent I the the lower two-thlyda with tone April 4
merit of what they like least about
holidays with Mrs. May Sweelley; Hampton School. This will give 1 ui ---- parent tape. They won't break. T( ,
President Judson i I jour mlllc put a tablespoon 01:
On Monday & view of both sides of school lift
Rudd, of William Jennings Bryan vinegar in a cup of sweet milk.
: LS seen through the eyes of tluplla. IL West Walnut St. CIRCUS GROt
''f University Dayton, Tenn. was agu..st <,, One woman I know when pressing
In the Sweeney home. ,,r; out drop cookies washes up I a
I Miss Louise Raulerson was sick (On Highway No. 100))
the children's and -
Mrs Fred Whldden and children Mock of preaies
ill of last week. William- r
Virginia cookies. It leaves I e
"Easter with relatives I In out the
spent ion and Margaret Hersey,, two olmr t w
Mrs. Whldden'a grand leslgn. '
Cocoa.mother, Mrs. Gussle Newbern I returned eighth grade girls, were given fy Lora Burgess AtokrPONCA. Cup Cakes.I .,
the opportunity to do some Interne -
with them for an extended bake cup cakes In papers thai'It
under the NEBRr See The .
: '! : teaching supervision into muffin tins. Eat warm orcan

visit.Mr.. and Mrs. J. W. Horn and< of Mrs. Perkins with These the girl.did first* Wherein I sew and take care oft on the misty : be used cold in l\1n\ ,nea. .
family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard an ,job I Iproud deceased friend and have time to Isla of Klska, island of Attu\ any 2-3 cup sugar 1 unbeaten egg .
second and we arc
May were Sunday dinner guest and of their grades success. In addition I III give thanks for our lovely world Flower, however weak and bleak 1 L and 1-2 cups flour 2 tap. bak.log GREAT FEATURESFrom
Mrs. Robert Barksdal : powder 1 teaspoon vanilla, I alittle
Mr: and al10 Df whit appearsIn
hour they -
to the regular story
n Starke. I II used the projector and Not even now any more upon spring, between I tin cloudy; Belt 4 tablespoons butter alortening

: Party Time. I entertained the opaque children with many I this mildewed planet craters, why rhea ,Although I 2-3 cupmilk.. From All[ Par
l l On Tuesday evening of las beautiful Shines the sweet wholesome sun;; It should take us a thousanc: I cream sugar and fat add egg
a number of his friend pictures.A we live In fog. years, vanilla and milk then dry ingredlnts. of the Globe
(: :: Donald Slade a welcome safety picture was shown In Our leaves grow large and We can stare Into the fog untl: I > Sometime I vary the reclp

party at his home. Donald he auditorium last Thursday. trees, but we bear no blossoms; it shines by adding cocoa for dark cakes. 1 1
': returned to Hampton Howell Williams one of our fifthgrade no colored hope unfolds no poem We can force It to enfold us I bake them In an oven 400 degrees

: several months spent In St ; boys is fast becoming anexpert ipeaka out I We must ask the men who have Jon eats them .warm.
1,4gP'I He is Miss
angler keeping In Dutch, Korean, English .or been there; they will know. So another week has gone andtime
wanbom[ and Mrs Perkins supplld ,
'; Miss Sylvia May entertained the I ... with fish which they are en.Joying ragalog. i .Edna St. Vincent Millay marches on. My love to everyone BABY NANCYOne
,and' Jr. classes of the I very much.Sixtythree If yet In the. foggy Aleutians. U Here the sun does shine bull who reads this and God bleu

Sunday School with rou\ all.
of our pupils were ..
egg hunt on Friday atter'j In some religious service last Sun.day. Love LURA of the t a

1 The Junior Girls class of thBaptlet

l | 'Sunday School was giver I Pedestrians Are Union County Singing Convention : Tour Today.
egg hunt on Friday, by their will meet Sunday April

Mrs. Frank Thomas. round At Fault INTEGRITYof 1.I at the Firat Baptlat Church J .. .. ..
Grocery Lake Butler at 2 Everyone
In Most Accidents p.m. .
I < Something new In Hampton wadflclally I nvtted.-Raymond Brown.

I'I opened on ... ADMISSION
Violation of safety practices
aelf.1 conduct and dealing with better
"Dick's Grocery" a new luaed most of the accidents Inwhich : Keep yourtypewdlrr or adding Adults $1.00 Child
style store, opened Itloon were Involved machine front skklaing" all OVt'lthe
pedestrians thoughtfulness and in all
for business. laat year the Florida Highway economy dt'sk. Koj-tjpo rubber pads,,, Tax Included
k The store formerly known 1Horn'bGrocery" .I Patrol announced thla week. our serving. these mark the reputable $1.1>0 (adding machine); $1.13 .

Is under the nevnanagement In: 1,331 such accidents, thePatrol typewriter)) at Bradford County
of R. D. (Dlok) May. said that 839 were attributed quality of this well known firm. Telegraph.

: J. W. Horn is still associat ed unsafe practices by the
I i d with this progressive business, pedestrian. The pedestrian death

nd friends of both are proud and toll I was 204 last year. '
leased at the modern renovation
+; Patrol Director H. N. Klrkman Dollar :ro BoBar
nd modeling which has taken) lustrating, that pedestralns by' Phone 7 StaVe Fla.

I lace in the shop practicing rules of safety, can save 'e
Mrs. Verna Young and sons themselves from injury or deathlIald Funeral Director Ambulance Seer
: ; : : : Walter Howard and that 37 accidents were caus1 you corife beat
{eorge, with their friend Leaetol'oreyth by persons .walking In tht .Our local funeral home enables as to otter convenlenoea sad Pon a
services not therwlae available.We .
were among the specta roadway with traffic while non"were
xa at the 00 Years of Progreel'scads caused by thoso walking ,

I in Jacksonville on Afondaydrool gainst traffic.
.. Ncwa, Klrkman also deplored the death. furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and

Miss Martha Horne, daughter of' of children In traffic accidents, accept ANT life Insurance policy In force issued by ANY

I Ia and Mrs.James WagnelLorne Heedless to say It Is we adultI'who company as payment In part or In full on a funeral

of Hampton has been noti are mostly at fault In not Impressing Consultation carries no ofcllgatloa.

: : :::: : :: I ed of tile distinctive honor OIaving the youngster that the
placed on the Dean's List ighwaya and streets are dangerjs r
: < t the University of Florida where places:. 5

I ho la currently enrolled In the He pointed out that 72 children
Junior class. This list for the first) icier the age of 13 were killed Inlast

lemester of 1950-1931 la composed t year's traffic accidents 4S77a Vr
i t 201 outstanding students select ortyflve youngsters, he said metdeatb Heights Fla.

: d i from the entire student bodyonslntlng while playing in the roadway. -

( of about ten thousand: -SHOWS START AT DARK +ltY .
: I w.
I students Miss Horne Is to be congratulated r
1 achieved this + --'_
on having I .ar.a..r-

> Miss Horn did all of her elementary ATTENTION ALAN LADD as "Choya," Wandering: Gunfighter
school work at Hampton In
lu td graduated from the BradfordHigh : emwn'
School In the class of 1910 rwcy.wA
If You Have (aYtheld e"rse ed M deeN
where she won a scholarship toSouthern BRANDEDWith -

College for high echoatle PINE OR CYPRESSTIMBERTOSEL'L
I achievement. After one year ;' Yours for Ynarx ofJPejpcntlablc ee'ti
[I l Southern she enrolled at the Mona Freeman, Charles Dickford Technicolor!

University of Florida. Atlas\ Horns Large or Small Tracts Alto LATEST NEWS and SHORT SUBJECTS 15; '
the sister of Junior Home who Transportation

.. s In the tenth grade at Bradford We Buy All II r

j : ; '; : : Ugh School, and of Billy Horne ; Fri.. Sat April 6, 7Wed. *

ho la In the seventh grade al PAY TOP PRICES ., Thur. April 4, 5Fuedin' When you buy a Pontiac you buy J11OA..PI.'a
I Hampton. ...w..ppt... Iltr..II' staffs pride of owning the moet beautiftJ.tf'
wheels-you buy a car that will dehwa
Hampton Hrhool Nova Bells of CoronadoWith ........IPrf... Car with H..M Hrdra-" .... Srl.w pletely satisfying carefree performa**
ij. The chicken dinner given by the {Write{ or Call Rhythm \(),........'" ........., after year. ,

Hampton P. T. A. last Saturday Y mr ROY ROGERS and eyes you
. light was a huge success The Btrle/ .r ale the reco*
: and patrons of the school B. THOMAS With Eddy Arnold. Kirby Trigger Dale Evans Pat every prove tuna Pontiac'a you see dependability on -and every uJI

>egan arriving early and it isistlmated Brady and Grant Withers Tb* MMt BvMtlfnl Thla* e1{.....1. drive one. Dollar for Dollar You /,"**1

that at least one bund LUMBER CO. Grant. Fuzzy Knight Beat a Pontiac
ed and fifty dinners were served. Abo SELECTED Comedies
: Among the out-o6town guests enoylng PHONE 211-J McGRIFF
the dinner with the Hamp- I' MOTOR
{ on community were Supt. and P. O. Box 733;

Mr. and .
7. S. Partin and family, r ,

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