Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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March 21, 1941
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The Home of The Sweete&tJStrawberries Thin Side of Heaven i r

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Lliest Graduation In History I Bradford Vegetables Go'In'!' For All-Out Production I Agent Of Defense Council J .

1111 Get Under' Way Sunday'Seniors : (Here To Study Local 'Problems; ,.tv",;1\\, ': ', ': I

[ To ReceiveLomasSmallest Forgery Charge ,I 4 Praises Attitude Of Citizens : / [ ':, ', :tV

In Recent Years Brings Arrest Big cheerful, encouraging Roy S.* Braden, engineering t i I' I I

exercises for I 1. W Kuhns, from the New consultant with the National Defense Council Washington, ;:' 1

Commencement D. C., applied the". stethoscope to Starke Wednesday aftert ,
seniors will beginLay River section Is In the
S. County hPtr.l
B its looked its whacked its kneecap -
at 8 o'clock when I noon took pulse, at tongue .
night jail, having been nested last ,
Baccalaureate SeI'lIlonbe l_ r I made it !say aaanh.
i annual delivered In the school Saturday on a charge of forgery: ) ,' I After four hours of probing punching, questioning, diaff- : I : '

j.toilum 1. by the Rev, C. H.Ln He passed several checks allegedly I' k'k't 'nosed!: "doctor"' Braden!: : "Th\1re is nothing the matter with I '

pastor of the Presbyterian forging the signature of 1, i Starke that a little planning and cooperation\ een city, [I :

Irch.'omlnlf. Charles Gas-kins. Mr. Gas'tirm!' t state and federal awncles cannot remedy," t

a month, earlier than learned about the mailer! In timeto t siii f t w'nt I In- -recent- months Stnrke has shown' definite nymntoma of : : '

d I commencement this 'year i I bent the checks! to the bank -hypertrophy, has, complained 1 t

probably bet earliest aver and] ,stop payment on them. for strain in its sewfiqre} ,system

1 t at thehl b, 'chant here j Among 'the; unfortunate victims f Dyer Picked congestion in its narrow
0)1 slatted: the first of AU- were Cooke" store, which cashed l tq' I 'raffle arterjes, and a pain.*

L In order. thai students from, checks amounting to $51);; ; V R.Cariadine ful deficiency recreational tfacilitie9.

[a homes would bo free to help I of Luwtejv $4j;, J. M. i Fr!) Agent's Place "Everything goes :

the strawberry harvest In Alvarez; A. M. Darby; N. Stein I black when anyone ''mentions t i ,

triL berg; and Joe I'eele of Lnwtey. ty js fJwI i| L. T. Dyer was picked Thursday : the housing:' .''situation," patient .F

fro Alien will be assisted, In Kuhn, also had one uncashed Starke told doctor 'Braden -
afternoon, at a special. mooting !
Baccalaureate service by the check on his person. The forged I \ ,
H. A. Spencer"of the Meth- checks totaled around $200. Kuhn With 40,000 hungry; months to feed at Carapi Frouc'ly holding th! gittutiltc radish. IN .1, O. I of the Board of County Com'mlsnloneis Called in for consultation ,

L Church. was staying with Mr. Ganklns'. i I DlandJng 8 miles away, Bradford County f armors" MrCullough,' 73-yenr-blJ farmer of the Hampton to till the vacancy at the City Hall Wednesday ; ". i I

mother. I are taking their responsibility; seriously>and proI -! hero during the year's absence AJ McLeod ''0
Unduatlon Exercises A section This specimen weighs' eight' pounds and afternoon were J.
))plomaa;;; will l- be awarded I I I duclng such gargantuan vegetables as tl.e two" 10 ounces: and la' not unusual for this variety. of T.a K tour, McClane of duty, Jr.aa, now first serving lieutenant of tho U. 'S: Public Health i I : I

reday night. March 27, at 8 specimens pictured above. ,, I Service: I). I). Le, chief nan-\ "
Trianon the California mammoth with the field e
otkl; to 42 seniors.--smallestduatlng Corp. Mrs. Nelson Green who 11'<'1'11' near Saxton. exhibits 4 McCullough says 1 artillery, nary engineer witty the State ;: I

class at B... H.. S. In a Japanese turnip weighing: 22 pounds and* he' has. grown several this large and that one Kor the pant several' years Mr. Board; of 'UealtliA.; m, WUHazn- V l I

int years having a girth of 33 Inches. The ordinary turnip) weighed nearly 14 pounds This particular radish Dyer has been serving an county hon< associate engineer and J. ,;: I
hO! graduation'address will be, Buvs Mil! Site ''of this variety weighs round half a pound.) was planted' from. seed. during the first. week In agent In, Union County, and ,for B. Miller, 'district: sanitary super- i I
,, some time, previous to that he 'with\ I w4
i d e by Congressman R. A. Planted! In ,November from seed the turnipswere': September.: yl.wrw-both ,, the State Board; I
and diplomas will be Nothing in Starke Is Ion?: thinned been''' # sea Joint-agent for Bradford and W M Bdwarda. chairman. of the ,'
en, preted aI-I' out later for family use. "It has Both of these vegetables: have. been' on display Union Counties. He Is. therefore t j 'I
Dr. W. E. ,.Middleton.erlntendent lowed to remain I City Council! Mrs.: Evelyn Stephens
by stagnant wet and we have not, been down In' the'fleldmuchl': 'at' the ,
( Telegiuph's office for more than a week well acquainted In, .this executive, eecrntaryof the It ",
of public In s true- ,days.Property lately," Mrs\ Green said "We were tewing the" Where they have brought forth expressions, of county. Starke Chamber of Commerce .' ,
chairman of ; J.
S. E. ,
?:of the Starke Stave turnips up recently and found two or- three exceptionally -' amazement from natives and alike. \
will I newcomers Mr. Dyer wa highly recommended other<< city official" and'Interestedclttxens. ; : (
School Board' present Mill (forced out of business several large ones' about the same, size. We"' Years ago the Chamber' of Conimerce used the I for the place by'' A. I' .,", .:' f
tlflcates to the
,iluateii. Junior high months ago by the adoptionof have been eating them and they ate sweet and'' el&gan! : "Bradford County.. Where Soil' RewardsTo11 I Spencer, vice-director of the Extension ; :- Mr"I'Brailen/ had, previously :

,metal. barrels in the turpentine good-not pithy and coarse graIned. )." to which we can only"add--*"AND. HOW!" i Service !In Gainesville, who spent, 4ever;'*\ ,:hours': ,with 'City' .t,: '
musical will be n due ) Is being renovizcd -
program pre- | try -- --- was present, at, the"meeting.. Clerk Carl Johns delvfoiff intopstient'Stark& 1 \
ted by the'B. H. S.' band under and will ,soon blossom forth as ,
financial condition
direction Of 'A. W..' Bates. headquarters for the Trianon De- Moonshine Still WPADayCamp New Home For A & P Griffin Complete .trying to determine Just,how 't
velopment Corporation offering a '
(1_ Roooter'rhose "
a major operation the
'' Taken This WeekA To Be StartedConstruction ,
\) '
line of
who expect to receive complete' building materials -, 50 Years S/A.t.; old town could afford-o-witb the : ?

lomas are: Eugene Chason. W. and service. The propertyIs whiskey. still was captured will start this weekon v aid, 'if '00 U T-, e, of a little 1..
Crosby, Perry Gainey, Billy near the Seaboard railway station To'StartJSoon T. '3. Griffin the..tflcl.nt agentat "ch&rlty'cJ1\; the:form; ,;of' gtnrern- ,'i
northern of town. last Sunday on Road 13 South of a new building for the localA
rls, Junior Johns Merle Pack- In the part ', Btarke for (he Seaboard AirLine funds :, \ ._ 4 rs
Levis Starling Robert Ward The office here will be in chargeof Starke. While the owner' ran Bright' ana elLrJy'Monday morning & P store! at the corner of Railway was recently pre- .metal th..,ba' .of Informationobtained1 ilt

ty Green, Muriel Hall Simpson : John F. Selle. formerly of I away yet, knowing that he wasrecognized March "31 without losing a Call and Cherry street, across sented with the Seaboard's Fifty'Vr1 Braden : '
r..e. 'J obJulon Carolyn Keen Ga.lnesvlH, and O. C. R. Stage- "'came to Starke Year Service M. dal, which 1 la ,a will '
? l" he day after ,tll4 elose of, B. Hn S. from the'Iloover'etudios and just prepare': an,exhaustive'report I
rtha Xa' be'fVllr-, Melba, Moody. burg;, architect, _wul have,, his. laterand( .posted; beat. wltK SheriffA all children .of school age will' be east' of the 'Mayes Radio' Service. chaste gold- pin centered by n for ,mibmlMnlon. tp .h .Defense

nette Parker:,Agnes* 'Rime*, Stark! <"< headquarters in the b' ..Ud. ,* O."Police. 'Andrgt.: '. welcome- ..a( I' y.', P;_'A41.'fdA\Y\ According to J.' R. Mathe A Son diamond On the back Is engraved Council 'Hfildeflhlttt" Inutrue.. 'A i'i'SJ1ortdA'

iR'Sapp.Fane"::,gjloox,,:; Ruth : ,'AbQiu( 4 1otOOin...,.s'wiJ4y; camp't for ri4TLn .an4-ee oel I contractors, the foun tlo".-' will "T. J, GrUrlnmlMO. nIt,* Krtvtrnlnit'! ',Wrjwi; (f'r i t t,' to f .1 f 1

peon;'Mary ,xgwuseml\ .., Hazel taseberjr 1 a';' been the Chief A.: L. Alvarez and lunch. From then on until school be laid this week. ',..nd.thll building : Thf following,u congratulatoryletter Starke and other defence ar M In "
l.LhJack Halle./ Louis 'Jordan architect of several, of the recently patrolman W B. Thornton were opens again In the 'late summer will be 'ready for 'occupancyAy I accompanied t h. medal: 'wee I In ".4'dtesMtpl.*.. ,

t Sargent conatrueted and ,Improved ,buildIngs "The Rerelvoin have just been Informed -j. Wltd6'defense-hdninpatell'fomm..
Stanley: !Noegel, : turning into a side street near an organized program of ath- May 10. -, r
othy Aivarec. Joe Boy 1 e r, in Starke!: and report a' Prevatt's garage when they sow letics. music, hand-craft, ,community I ,Chas O. Woodbridge. who sold that'you have roundedout Riimlty facilities are i,.needed! the B '

tired Chesser. Effle'Mae Craw. number ,of others in process of a .truck approaching. The police, singing hikes tournaments to George Munaima the buildingnow fifty years of service With absence of, which, will-Impede na

\ Iris Crews Williams. Marie development 6 t'' onstdcration. officers backed up to let the truck and the like will be et| housing the A & P and the Seaboard. In recognition: of lionel defense. ._ U'

1 MCDavldClara.Mae.Eunice, Other officers of the companyate get to the highway when Mr.I tend Into at the Bradford High Western Auto Store, Is building your long, loyal and faithful ser- 2. What resqurcI., the locality

d ge Gay, Nelletha'' Lavender, W. Percy Van NEss! President Thornton, told Chief Alvarez be ; School. the new store, Mr. Mathe said. I vice as. a member of the Seaboard has to meet :these\'heeds>. '

[>le Marr, Florence Mersereau and Paul T. Selle Vice- saw a whiskey still In the truck., "The ,Is organized:' acid The contract price Is $3,400 I Family, It Is Indeed a privilege 3. What, If ,anyjt'ederai'funds t '1
en* Polk Keene Sadie 'Prince, President. i, to present you with theSeaboard's are necessary y
They gave chase for a quarter Miss Nell Howze district directorof N. N. Prevail manager of the '
by Sllcox. Alta Smith ,Louisem l"ding""and Fifty-Year Service I 4. Recommendations! to division ,
"The Trlanon B u i aa ''
of a mile' to Carr's filling etatlon community service programsfor A & P store could not be reached
\ Robert Jackson.ilpwood Supply Company,will offer a com- and drew alongside, but the the W. P. A., "In order that for a statement because of lllneMS, i Medal, which Is being sent you of responsibility' -Federal, f ;
toijny.' This medal Is a token of .state and local.
plete building service Mr. Stnge- truck kept going. The driverran the children might have good, but It is believed the A & P will I
berg said yesterday,, "and will be old 6me Into the new building at I the appreciation that this company Mr. Braden could make no
on down the Hamptonroad wholo play during"ithe summer move 1
Cuttinglemonstration In position to supply all necessary for about two miles when months> and be kept off the the earliest possible moment, I I feel toward you after along statement concerning hIs yet unI '1,1t I r r
and happy' association as drafted I
the report tp'.be Defense
materials and services i .
turned The officers streets the congested- condition -
the truck over. during
I! well as a badge of Its affcctlfin, Council, but he did stare that he
production of a complete building "
recognized Hubbaid Pres- of at this time.
will ,' Sturke : tad we wish to congratulate you wa sincerely impressed with the I
The enterprise
i project. new cott, who lives three miles out on This "day camp" !la being I Camp Population
be ready for business within the j Gainesville upon your many years of loyal attitude of the people of Starke. r (
the \ road.G'1)t6iy to Starke, at the* i
brought suggestion
next few days end Will be formally i unit efficient service, which has their: eagerness TO solve the prob-
usneat) and pleasure will be ;;; announced: In the next issue i I, of Dr. W. E. Mlddleton\ I contributed so much to the Seaboard ems Incident to rapid growth because

I lblnell'In a Public Field, Day of the Teleyrpj-h. p. :iJ: County Superintendent of Public Now At 30,000 Spirit, and which Is so well of Camp Elanainjc. and ; ,
Pulpwood Cutting Demou- Diilifmig inotrucilon, and Is available to I known to all patrons on our line their wllllncnois; to cooperate."I .
lion to be held on the 'N. W The Starke Stave :Mill propertywas :: all children' of school age who The khaki-clad population of' Trusting that you may be able to dreaded ranking this trip," ,

wll tract 2 1-2 miles south of purchased by the Trianon j I can arrange importation. School Camp Blending rose to 32,440 of- wear this medal for many yearn Mr. Hradcn stated "because I :i 1 li;

"he on Road 13, Tuesday, Corporation from, W. P. 'Smith. ,, Is AnnouncedConstruction lunches will lie. served just as 'flcem and enlisted men yesterday -; to come and with kindest personal knew the headache that would ''It rs
rcb 25.'ontl'sts. I, they are during the regular with the completion of arrivals regards to you anti yours, we are be Involve(). However after

In sawing chopping. Mrs. Canova To End will begin at once school year -those pay woo are by the 43rd Division.Kntl Sincerely. L U. Powell, Jr., and meeting you people and looking 'jl '

rolling, obstacle races, and Business Career on a two-story brick build inK at able, others receive( them free. mated figures reveal that Henry W. Anderson, Receivers." he town over! I,can sincerely allY ;} ,

railing. will begin at 10:30: !,1 the corner of Madison and Wai- Miss Wllh"lmlna Ra-cn, pro- the population of the Thirty Flr t The above letter In. from, the I'm glad I came.Consensus .

rn.becue ana an old-fashioned free Mrs. Eunice Canova, owner of <'i I nut streets on the BO-foot lot for- "''I a.u director of recreational activities Division, the Corps Area Service'! I Seaboard's head office In Norfolk of Starke opinion ''J .,

l will be served at noon.lIpeclal Marguerite's Shoppe since 1924, I'|!'merly owned by Jim Forest Mr. will bo In charge, assisted Command, Headquarters Battery, after. Mr Iradon) leftt "-*-. 'fine to

I be feature at this hour Is going out of business Just as I an 1 Mrs. Joseph F. Rabeck of by N. Y. A. ttlrls and volunteer Seventy Fourth Field Artillery Va.Mr.. Griffin will continue with fellow really wants to helpus

'Ifs! music by the Jubilee Hill soon as she can dispose of stOCk. Vero Beach, closed the deal for workers. Mls4.Raco: has bad extensive Brigade, two of the regiments. belonging his active duties at the station sympathetic this timeI
and a demonstration of to' F. C. HolllnRs- training along these lines, believe we'll. get; somewhere." I
"Ing Two years ago she moved her l the lot through to it, and other- units, hall here.
''I 1 ( with a double-bit axe by present site on the corner of .. worth realtor, at noon yesterday. and has conducted many success a combined total of 1,290 officers 'I

Bunyan) Crlus."ollowing Call' and Walnut streets. | The first. floor of the new buildIng ful day-camps throughout the !I and 10,873: enlisted men. I
the barbecue short while State. She has also had eight I | Aim Of Dance A"t Armory Tonight f,
will home three stores
:e home to rent, she | The Forty Thlrd.'s; total in estimated III
will be "I'm going i :
made .
by Guy H.vley of girl scout, training.
used for
manager f said last week; "I've been here I j the second floor will be years as 817 officers and 10,467 !, Is Debt-Free Chamber Of Commerce
0 National :Mr. and Mrs Raheck Miss Howze, District Director .
Tontine & long enough" Then on ..econdl< offices. enlisted personnel, while the pop- ,
Pulpwood Corp., have been operating a gift shop of Community Service' programs; Isabelle Walsh. I
Prank Heyward thought, she said "No don't say I ulatlon of the 172nd. Field Artillery By 'create the neighborly feeling that
general that I'm going out ,of a grocery store, a tourist camp Miss EunIce Wamslcy, district Regiment from New Hampshire -| Nobody can say the StaikeI
anger of the Southern Pulp- that! Say I only A good time together can do. ,
..I 1 Conservation Asan. An In- business cloning out. retiring. and a zoo at Vero Ueach. They supervisor of recreation, and Mrs.Mary Is u combined! total of approximately -,I, Chamber, of Commerce Is not up I By the way the ticket sale is
will use one of the stores for a Z. PhUyaw;. district supervisor because It li --.It's
to visit 1,000 officers and to the minute,
:lIon of Say that I'm going my i : going from where this reporter .la
pulpwood will '
cutting; curio and gift shop, and tent the of the school lunch program I l Iin debt, which seems. to be Very '
the events of the grandchildren. sitting' methinks It will be,on.
other two.According. --all of Jacksonville-were In menThe However -
he demonstration Is sponsored An Interview with her and also next major arrival of fashionable\ these day. gala event, and should not be
National Container Corporaof her son L. A. Canova failed to to Mr. Holllngsworth Starke Wednesday perfecting arrangements of- troops Into Camp Illar, ling, 1 III now we don't have to worry with missed. by anybody Interested In w '

Jacksonville and several reveal exactly what business the building should be completed for the opening scheduled for June 1. | Mrfl. Evelyn Stephens at the what the social life In Starke )
at a cost of the day camp. 'I doing something lg +
"r" state and governmental for- would be opened in the building within sixty days helm she is! already will be from now on.
y agencies.) The la va 'ated. But either a from $12.000 to 113.000: Includingthe Lawson InjuredIn | about that and like the Also the wise- lady of'our Chamber -
public being
112'd. drug store or a delicatessen, or a lot. Contract has not yet Ilann Takes Course 'I young husband told\ his friend on of Commerce has another one ,

combination of the two will be been let.Officer. r.- and Auto Wreck the way to make the last pay. up her sleeve this dance will aim
H. P. Haim. .1 new parts
meat I the baby, one "Spring t
of the on help the Chamber of Commerceput k
sea Son-/n.Lawrlends operated brothers by one-L.or A.more Canova, of I Intercepts accessory manager for Torode's H. A. Lawson of Starke, and i I Frolic," and the Chamber fit Commerce on free weekly dance for tu
three Chevrolet agency,, will leave for F IU Sullivan of Theressa. were ;
,, : la ours!
and i the enlisted Inert and this
and Mrs will T.sympathize with Starke, and of J.Gainesville.J. Canova A Load Of Shine Jacksonville Monday where he Injured I last Friday afternoon While the expenses are up to to be a terribly',nice way of seem doIng rK

rllo In the j. McIntyre of A. Canova announcement will F't will attend a three-day'\ : school when the truck In which they date, no salaries have been paid good things. It wW be a e
of their IIOnur finite of moon- General Motors. It
gallons conducted by the
Twenty-five were riding overturned as result and the Spring Frolic and Dance
occasion, CoL'
very gay as Skinner -
Richard A. Hollahan. 32. made. next week. three jugs and a be attended by 23 or 30 parts ,
Mckaonvllle 1 shine liquor- will of a tire blowout. Mr. Lawson will take the Chamber of Commerce of the 118th Engineers 43rd t
II who was stricken I ten gallon keg-were captured and accessory manager throughout suffered three broken ribs a |i completely out of the red Division Is giving the Chamber
heart attack while ort thee Church Of Christ j morning Just this side the Jacksonville jeon!. Before -
during Thursday scalp laceration and a sprained and give it a fresh financial start, of Commerce a, fine Swing'Or '
a Little Theatre I of Lawtey and two negroes. coming to Starke about' a Sullivan was.
+ and ankle. Mr. focus!
hip which Is happy
'omance services of the Starke a chestra of accomplished musician\ 1
in Jacksonville. The Regular Maxwell and Ellie Rut- ),fr. Hann was with Buffered
Robert month ago/ temporarily knocked out and dance will be held at the '
held each The and the little bird said
S man of Christ are ;ILord'B they are
was prominent In Church ledge both of Gainesville are In the Newal-l Motor Co. Dodge- I '
Injury.A evening
a Friday
'aI, fraternal at the Woman's Club; I Starke Armory exceptionally good. The leader
lea in Jacksonville.and dramatic Bible study day from 11 to 11::30. and : the county Jail charged with Plymouth place, .OrlunuA" as lub- passing motorist brought Mr. March 21. at 9 o'clock and whileIt tells us he will have the -best
fie brew.
rrled to Miss Frances was the Lord's supper from 11:30: to j ownership. the Illicit rication expert. Lawson to town while Mr. Sul- Is primarily a benefit dance. It music obtainable, for this event. J4 '

J930. Mcintyre 12:30. A special Invitation Is extended I Melvin McKinney road patrolman livan was brought In a DeWItt C. IK going to do a lot more than anil some accomplished artiste are kr

: to those who do not at-j I met the negroes hauling Recent Itirths Jones ambulance.The I chase dat ole debll "money problems contributing their services for an ,

arch tend services at other churches. I wood In the tonneau of an old Gllsson. accident occurred when a ," It Is really the first big' Incidental floor show-but thai'. 1,
Convention of 1' sedan. Seeing this unusual procedure Mr and Mrs Calvin social event since Uncle Sam sent would s
Richard Whitehead front tire blew out on Road 28 a surprise. It not be Brother March together with a Gainesville Starke, March 8, boy. those nice folks to Camp Blan- pricing that this event
e Christian, Churches of Gainesville will preach on and Mrs Othma. James just as the men were entering would q
la tag aroused his suspicion Mr. It li.. for the officers and again make Starke lead .
Moret and cordial Invitation Starke with a load of beef for ding as ,In creat
Union Counties will 23. and a Norman, Lawtey., March 17, girl.
t Haltingthellarkies, he dJ8ICOVer.d'l their wives and the cltlaens of ing for fun ,
In convention extended to the boys market. The beef was saved, but a pattern for deferue
at the Long especially Mr. and stirs Floyd King
"ge church: all day Sunday at Camp Bland Ing to come and and the liquor brought underneath them to town.wood'i tey. March 18. girl. the truck was badly damaged. Starke which will undoubtedly (Continued on. Page,Blve) ttI
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The Democrats held their forces well in County Renews Cabinet Pay Mission Hall the "Everready." ud

; The ,Bradford County Telegraph hand-49 for the bill, 13 against. The Republicans Library SupportThe To Be DecidedBy And TabernacleThe'Rev. class Blues the had"True an outim'g Blue-

FAtablI..hNl 1877 split. Seventeen said no, while + Itp
Board of County Cotnmlsftloners LegislatureThe Joaeptt T.: Larson, of urday, chaperoned by MRt
ratblbJeed Weekly oa 'Fridays and Entered M Beo- ten voted yes-including the party's Senate at It* regular meeting Minneapolis, Minn., is conductinga

? ... Class Matter at the font Office at SUrke Fla.y leader, McNary of Oregon.In March 3rd. rescinded actionof state budget commissionwill a of services at the 'Tab

u _. .. the meanwhile, the physical effectsof lat month:, withdrawing month an leave to the legislature the ernacle. His sermon Tuesday
of $15 per
appropriation of whether cabinet member -
MEMBER the armament drive are sufficiently to the Starke library. A croup question* .should be paid f S.OOO a year night was on the subject of "Law

> a Witt; PRESS ASSOCIATION \ evident to lend weight to Roosevelt's brist- of women from the Woman's Club without renewing the issue before and ,Grace." Wednesday and

fffho \ ) ling words of Saturday night. Defense -Mrs. T. T. ,!ng. Mrs. L.and D. the supreme court. Thursday nights the subject was r ap
M. Davla-
: Vining and Mrft: E.
, "Zotwaad ?/otidattYURsCRI1"r'ION manufacturing towns are mushrooming., Robert B. Wear, Secretary of the Attorney General Tom commission Watson "The Rapture, the Tribulation and

-- ...- BATE!: Shipyards are springing up. Nearly 150,000 Army Y. M. C. A.. appeared be- that recommended the case be to reopened the In the the Second Coming of Christ. g
draftees under arms and training for the Commissioner In behalf which ruled In a Friday night the evangelist will
In are row court,
Six Months .1.00-PuynUe supreme "
f Yearly 1.75j: of the library, praising- the work discuss '"Modern Amusements.
t AitvaiMXS Advertising Rules on Application Airplane production is rising. of the librarian. Mrs. Jeanette test case last year that ,a 1939 "This Is one of the 'most crucial

Progress is undoubtedly being made,, Young. act additional of the legislature$1,000 ,a providingan year to : problems the church faces today.
American has to feel Mr. Wear stated that :t. was his intendedto ,The world has gone pleasure mad
BIBLE VERSE but the average yet the cabinet members was
I and Is church, leaders st
New York office carrying
purpose to ask
"How amiable are thy tabernacles, 0 the pinch ot'sacrifice to which President to expend from $IOO) to $:3.- restore their annual salaries I and members in Its onrush toward -

ton of hosts 1 My soul longeth, yea even 'Roosevelt referred Saturday night, and 000 to build a new library build- $6.000.'The annual pay of cabinet members I Inevitable. doom." Mr. Lar-

fainteth for the courts of the Lord"-PsaIDl which must surely come before this country's Ins for Starke in order that the originally (6.000. was cut to son says.This
Woman's Club Is evangelist Laroon's second -
t all-out effort to block Hitlerism suc- entire present In 1933. The 1939 act pro-
> !34:1-2.: building: might be utilized by the visit, here this season He Is
pt ceeds. Y. M. C. A. The'plan Is for the vided the funds for restoration to an author song writer and singer
but the legislature ( ,,
former figure Uttlm
the I
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK When the time comes for that sacrifice, amourit to be granted to theWoman's did not a law specifically Miss Evelyn Hobbs assists him. itwy
Club as a loan, to be pas The Rev. Virgil C, Flnnell wasA L Here U s scene that tools
w that be found willing to makeit. the salaries.
God grant we : fixing
Sometime ago one of the leading: magazines repaid in due time. recent speaker at the Taber- recent interview during ,
article i Mr. Wear has been conferring nacle. He Is the State chairman to discover what housewi t
in the country published
offices at OptometristOffice of Southern Twin Pack Bread-
with the recreational of the Prohibition Party In- :
entitled, "Why I don't go to Church. The Camp Bland Ing. chaplains and diana, and gave a n Illustrated
editor of this magazine said he received Starke Adopts Actor's Philosophy: I others, he said 'in order to make Open Daily lecture on alcohol and tobacco.
15,000 protests against this article. People All Publicity Good Publicity sure that there,'la no overlapping I Dr. A. W. nloodworth, opto- Bible School is conducted every

wrote in from the north, south, east and Like the movie actress who does not of the work, and yet that all the mctrb-t of Lake City, has openedan Sunday afternoon at 3:00: o'clock.
nterems of the soldiers are taken office in the old postofflcc I The boys class bas been named
"The Church teaches us how fear BAD publicity as much as she fears I
west saying, care of. He has also taken up building in Starke. lIe spends
y e? to live and love and worship and hope." NO publicity at all, Starke today is baskingin with architects and contractors Wednesdays and Fridays here. I

the gory glory of sensational notoriety. any possible changes that should His brother-In-law Dr. John C. '
be made In the Woman's Club Will lame, of Lakeland, who has
We Like The Nw Englanders Almost every magazine except the building so that It will more Just completed a course in optom-

* And /Welcome Them To Starke American Poultry Journal has taken a adequately maet the needs of the etry at Southern College of Optometry -
and its boys. All of these,matters he has Tenn., will
From what we've seen of the New whack' at Camp Blanding repercus- Memphis
k of Starke. And 'who laid before the New York offices spend the rest of the week in 2. Interviewer: How do
England troops at Camp Blandingthey'reaD sions in the vicinity to see-what can be done. I the office. the lady of the home inl?ya fti

right! can blame them? What if the articles are Col. O. W. McNeese, Public ",Dr.. Williams makes ,appointments S to find out what people dual
them all Relations officer of the 31st Division I: Southern Twin Pack
sensational? The most lurid of Bread
settled down amidan for Dr. Bloodworth and
We like they
way in addressing the Jacksonville Man: 11, ,,,, 'w,', _
fraction of the real doeo work and tmj
could hardly capture a repair adjusting p
environment, totally strange, and set to Woman's Club recently, complimented night I wot tutting atom, Ib4\
glaaaes. Although he is a grad- CHILDREN
sensation that was brought to Starke by its Woman's M .
work with quiet efficiency and enthusiasm t he Starke my ";1.
uate, he has not yet passed the
to make their homeforayear.We sand hill bonanza.Of Club for turning over their Club State Board examination. After ENJOY
building for the use of the soldier -
like the absence of griping. Wet course, there is a side to Starke *. he stands this examination the

like nice things( they about our that has not been pictured by the oppor- last of June, It the business justifies l-
e say It, Dr. Williams will then SKATINGAT d a
Car Recovered
and their tunist authors: What weird impressions of full time i
VLj weather. We like their eagerness give his to Starke. He ,
to the in which they will our town must dwell in the mind of the Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenbys auto- Is now living in Lake City with w
anxiety as manner
mobile was stolen March 8 I j
Dr. Bloodworth, but will ;
of Starkeis
whose knowledge
be received here. One soldier asked: "Whatdo total stranger and recovered Sunday afternoon, his wife and child to Starke this ;
the people think of us?" based only on'magazine articles He must not much worse off for the ex- summer to live. RINK
surely expect to find a tin-shed and card- perience. Her husband drove it I
We like the the New Englanders
way to Camp Blanding to work Sat- I
board box boom town raw from soil PAUPER ALLOWANCESThe
]have already adopted Starke as the scene sprung urday, and when he started home I 15c-3:30 to 5 P. M.
of action for their leisure hours. We like since September rather than a substantial Saturday night the car was miss- following were granted
community, with traditions dating back almost Ing. Patrolman W. K Thornton pauper allowance at the meetingof Except Saturdays 3, Interviewer Do you Uukll?
the way they throng our stores buying town of modest, 'ound it Sunday about 1 P. M. ina the Board of County Commissioners Man / think if* iwttt. Tt\
a century-a many '" .
i brooms, mops dust pans as if it were the ditch near Smith Denmark's Marc h 3: Mrs. Cora *> ) special p r I o e s offered tells me that since the dmpl
f most natural thing in the world for a khaki- but attractive homes, of ancient oak-shaded home. Evidently, according: to Strickland, District No. 2, $5; Joe children every afternoon make Southern Twin Pack Brad ikJm
in streets, of long-established businesses.Of Mr. Thornton the thieves had run E. Starling. District No. 3. $5; this rink All popular with children few ttnlt verb meek. Aai(
clad he-man to do little housekeeping
a .. While pfiniti mount up lo violist
out of gas and had pushed the Mrs. Hester Sapp, District No. 1. grown-upa.
his spare time. course there is nothing glamorousto ;oar into the ditch to try to hide $5: ; Miss Annie Mae Gill. District skating under special upervl- yea's liwv.

i' i We like their energy, their businesslike this side of Starke--nothing sensational i :.t. The police have a pretty No. 5. $2. don and care of Instructor
nothing newsworthy. But it is here just good description of the thieves, I
of doing things their brisk conversation I Near School On
r way !,
since two RECEIPT
what it men were seen driving BOOKS So eaclll- -
the same, and a pleasant surprise :
and their abounding good health.In : away In the.' car, Mr. Thornton BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- Road 28
must be for the magazine reader who arrives -.'I stated. GRAPH.
short like the 43rd Division and
-we I' '
.. here with Jhis mind's eye filled with I "i
.welcome them to Camp Blanding just as
pictures of adenoidal "oakies" eating sar-
warmly as we received their brothers-In- dines in front of a canvas lean-to.
ihaki:-the Dixie. May .the two Divisions K,
But thanks anyway, McCall's Time
'leave us at the end of the year with an A good plan. .
Colliers, Saturday Evening Post, and others at
erer-warm spot in their hearts for Florida
.. Interviewer And
who have opened columns to make
to general and Starke in particular. other men and women haw I
room for the fascinating story of Starke. rs x pause arid about Southern Twin Pack' .T,
You have put us on the map. You have y how each half loaf it
// Will Require Sacrifices wrapped to you open only given us the opportunity to attract new-
> st s time while the other hall I
I To Turn The Tide Of Hltlerlsm comers and prove to them the sterling qualities sealed and fresh until yon ml

If Hitler puffs a pipe, he had plenty to of the real Starke that lies under the bread to use blues"it-how and it how banutaT il *M|

put in it and smoke this week. And the flashy boom-town exterior. money.

man who gave him "the makings" was You can profit by their i
-ask your grocer for Souihal
President Roosevelt. The First Day Of Spring! Pack Dread today, and ew||

Staunchly backed by passage of theleaselend No 'Wonder Poets Sing Extra" btaltbjul betruJeba*
rich ViUmm B-I-
til with
bill Mr. Roosevelt took to the Today ,is the first day of ,spring! Cause mart food tntrgy.

microphone Saturday night, and when he enough for rejoicing (if the weather will just l

left the air at-the end;pf a brief, but potent pay heed and mind the calendar-what

speech there could no longer be doubt in with so much cold' and influenza and pneu- p wrr'y

anyone's mind even Hitler's that the monia; with big fuel bills to pay and crops

United States has no intention of playing nipped in the bud. After all, is it any .

the role of innocent bystander in World wonder that spring has inspired more poets

: War II. than any other season of the year?

The lease-lend bill finally passed Con-. With Hamerton, we might say: '
with little It 1
cress comparatively change.
"What delights us in the spring is morea
jives President Roosevelt powers than can
sensation than an appearance, m o rea TWIN PACK 'n711H-
be 1
1 compared only to those conferred on whim bread iII
half loaves
visible There is
Wilson hope than any reality. inside Yes T
during the first World War. But ually wrapped
softness ,of the air in the
in the
his something wrapper.
I I, only the moat biased and prejudiced of
lengthening of the days in the very sounds TWIN'PACK, a-.n-l-Wj
would dare say the President will 7
not these and odors of the sweet time, that caresses ,white bread, half 'J
: use powers wisely and discreetly. bread. Both halves in*".
lie is, in brief, empowered to. sell transfer us and consoles" us after the rigorous weeksof wrapped and re-wrapped ]II I

title to, lease, lend, or otherwise dispose of winter.. Pack wrapper.
.' '- Twio'l'a pn.rrlnsirr/ _
any and all war materials to any power:(
Or with Thompson: pw
Bread feature. Ank your |
whoso defense he considers vital to the defense )'OUr'lavoril. Twin Pack W
of the United States. "Come gentle spring ethereal mildness.

Two highly-publicized proposed amendmentS come;

to the bill\ were defeated. One would And from the bosom of your dropping lxfmqr/e/

have: forbidden the President to allow the cloud. .' YOU CIT MORE FOOD

United States Navy to convoy ships abroad. While music makes around, veiled in 1 w b R1 EVERY TWIN PACK L

Rut as White House spokesmen pointed out, a shower {
this suggested change meant little or noth- O f shadowing roses o n" o u r plains --- V ROW ENRICHED II]

mg inasmuch as the Constitution gives; descend." _

the President VITAMINMAR I
\ as Commander-in-Chief of all Or with Alfred Tennyson: r-r
military forces almost unlimited authority I

; wer naval actions and policy. It would take "In the spring a fuller crimson comes ,
a A little minute is long enough for '
i a big
a Constitutional amendment to change that. upon the robins breast; / a

The other proposed change would have In the spring the wanton lapwing gets.., rest when you drink an ice-cold bottle of
himself another crest; ,
forbidden sending American
an Expedition.try In the spring a livelier iris changes on I Coca--Cota.It brings a feeling of complete refreshet e

Force to foreign lands without explicit the burnished dove; 1 ,e
Congressional approval. Administration In the spring a young man's fancy: nt.completely satisfying. So when

' Headers rightly maintained that this would lightly turns to thoughts of love." pause
you throughout the day, make it the, V
our foreign policy particularly in

tie Far East by assuring our possible According to authors of the Washington pause ;that refreshes with Ice-cold Coca-Cola. YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY

enemies that we would be unable to back Merry-Go-Round 1
Camp Blanding "is
ip our words with action. Congress agreed. located "
on land. That couldn't be
Vote on the fateful, far-reaching meas-. marsh we see ,the soldier boys shaking out BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY Of TUB COCA-COLA COMPANY BY a

. 'wre did not divide strictly on party lines of their shoes all the time, could it? I I STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 1 / 1


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MAR 211941


_ .*V. MARCH %I. IIMI ______________________ BRADFORD COUNTY TMJEOItAl'll. STABKK. FLORIDA FAGK: TUE! ,'

APIMtrTIONVOIt weeks..nnNESt. '
JUDIciAL to-wlt, 11II' 1 V.tb.itarg "lrl
('lItet''r OF KI.OK-' T\X U.J IThose Nectio" Township I
lilt. l'. ANI mr hand and th* nealof I two (I) certain IS las: ... Bradford c.I' \
I'rker ) Foil "I strips
I ( mat* Kill No. ; > I
O. llt: .
- ny )11'1Io Edwards; of QrlanJ.o.opened (t.OtJN'. i'v cll.isCEItv.! NOTICH IS IIEHKHV this court at "8nrkc." Florida .. or parcels of land one ly- Florio. more particularly, ; dee.erthed '. :
SERMON a new cleaning plant In Mary Loulne Horn THAT Alva N. ('olso. .., holder OIVEN of I t 7th., day of February A, t>. Rloces. being on either aide of .as follow,: Iieginnin r. at a f rf""
the center line of where the renter
ALtLEiTh Plaintiff. the north point
Starke, last week. Tax:! Certificate\ Numbered respeo I (OKPICIAIj SEAL) A. J. or rI
It I is ,'. Thomas left ot saM
exercises- No. 1181 lively, 33 and 14 tsxuvd. the 4th 'lork .,t the circuit leg of wye track forming a the south or right leg wpetrack \ I
mrnencement Court.
LlLvon 5.54section
called the Horn. connection with the main tr..rkof vrnsses the) townahlo
Method Cleaners of < fiie.islime
School day July A. D. IIII, has .1. 8. harrison I
High Defendant. the ileorgla. Southern and Flor I lIne .between. UnctionTownship .8...
rooker way .Sunday eft.t ," and all of the equipment is; UJ!<'' SERVICE' application In my for office tax deed and has to. ba made!is.suvil Plaintiff's Attorney. J-1S 4t S-S1 ida Hallway Company and a spurtmck 7 South Range at K -.. ( ,, I Inull
under S Soul I ;
NO'l'ICI extending Section 2. TownshiP
.ct new. Mr. Edwards states. The TO APPEAR thereon. tn Cump Blandlngnf
3 o'clock' when the an 'rim .: STATE Ol FLORIDA: %TICB OK IMTRNTIO1I" Tl AP. the United States Oovernmenl Hang SI Kasl. said point ''of.tmtersectlon "I
icrinOfl Will building which houses the new TO: I..n'nn ILi'rtj whose residence Said (Cerllflciles respectivelyembrace I'l.V KOIt "I.C'I: ....:.. ..I.V- In Bradford County, Florida antithe I being In the ,""s>tr of ,
BaCcalaureate / plant at 315 III unknown. the following/ described 'I"O KOH hIit.iIi0itHP1.01111) ttitjMTv.! other lying ami being on a road and running' th.nt'-NOVIk I
by the Rev. M. E. Temple Avenue IK It Is hereby, ordered, that itropertie.! in this" County: of Hrad- t. either Hide lOt the center line ft MH degrees Hast, with nald tewsr- ,
livered First'' Dllr'irath owned by the Magic Oil Co., Mr. required to al>'"*ttr on the 71 you ll h day are ford t late of Kim (da. ia-Wit: -%t'l'lti..i Is htM-ebv given to all the south or right... log of said. ship and section line thirty (J.. I',
oot of the Edwards aald.IIO..t 'if ApllI A. D.lltl before the Lots S, II ot TN 14 Ward City whom It may conceit (hut the undnrslgncd wye trnck ; said parcels of land fort inor* or l.s... tu a yolsit I ( .
of Starke. above entitled court to the bill of Section\ Townships !:South Range will have prepared and being morn particularly' described which I t. twenty.t,ve (lk) .- '
| will"alnt flied' "K11"* In the 20 l East, Is, '!,bra Rev. C. A. Crosby : ;. OP /IPI.! :C'I\L MtHTttlflt; nbtve! .."tlllp,1 I ret use; a1 you "lIrad- tlflcate No. 2*. LfKlnlfftlnn for tIre County of Brad.f Parcel Hltuate: partially In the southeast of the renter line e, j. I
'e and the 11t.'' ford County Telegraph" I. hereby Lots 4. of nl k: 14 Ward City the invocation Notlcti I.. hereby : t Southeast I Quarter of the Southwest track: and ooastrurt. ;
given that under ileklirnaied aa the In Section 8 Township.7 South: Range 19(1 Florida, Legislature an Act'aliollshlnK as '
| reading and benedictione and by virtu. of Hint certain Flrml wlikh this order shall saewapaIcr be |published. SO 1 ,..t. la. embraced under Certificate the Hoard of II 0 n d I tjuarlor I ( NI.) ;. of SWL.I ami thonca North Sa degrees *"' Kiunl.
tWO J. 1* Norris. Decree of Foreclosure and Sale. one,. .* Wk fur four cunsocutive l No. 34. '. Trustees of Bradford (County 1" partially In lie M.ujthwest QII"r- parallel with and twenty-flv* i ,
Rev l I..r ut '
by the rendered on the 25th day ..t February w..k. The the ida, as created bv Chapter 1..r'l t h"Itlt..a.t Quarter. tIll feet (measured at a ripe ,
been A. I.>. 1941. th ; eissispnintof nI"N prop- Laws of 114"t SKi i of Section IK/ In angle) southeast of center line '
baa by Circuit' WITNESS' hand and Florida, l St. or by
[ program : my thg seal ei-ty under aald .* I SS Township 7 I ,
: East
musical Ktshlh South. Mange Si of I
Court of the Judicial Circuit of Ih I.. 'other law and investIng the Board of said south or right leg wye- "
court at
under ? Wtarke, I-'lorlilit, was In the name of Mm. T. P.arcli Kradford I '
the Glee Club I of Klotlda. In and for fl1.foiti this 6th. of County ComntlHslnnvrs. nf Brail- County, "Florida being track (measured At.. right; J
-ed by day of March A. 1 \\ the 'assessment. of ,
Mabel County. In Chaniry In Thomai the mild ford Florida a strip of land fifty (kit) feet inwiIth. angle), twenty (SO) feet more .rlesn : I '
of Mr. that (OKFICIAI. HKAI.) A.! J. property under said certificate I No. County with all o( .
dIrection 'I certain cause therein he and twenty (20) feet to the dividing! line beta ,
duties and
pending ClBi-lc of the. 84 powers! privilege
Circuit Cuuit. was In the name of Mrs. S. ..1.'ard. I ;
wherein Proliant W. liurtlnKton T.. .1. S. Harrison \% now exercised" by or Imposed. northwardly I from and thirty (30) the liin.U of sal feet
I Plaintiff and C. A. Kotch. and hi. IMalntlffs. upon said Board nf Bond Trustee. southwardly from the center lands of smlil Jolla PMIIItw ", '
EXERCISES'n wife. Verd.e Kuti-h. James. Kick'! Attorney. 3.7 n 3-J8 I Unless said certificates shall be of Bradford County. "Florida I In the linn, of tin itt ninth or left leg of Heirs; thence North I 4aaTr M* .
)(Jl\TION liter and Martha Klckllter, nnd 10. redeemed according. In law theprnperllrH linnrd. of County CnmmlBMlonvrj.! of snld wyn track which said. center West, with said dividing line, eec I r :
eraUuates!: of the Junior 'f<:. Perrymnn. an Cuarrilan Ail dvncrlued. therein will be Bradford County. Florida.Koiird line as Ins utiid, crosses the north.easterly hundred ten (110) feet. more or Jl I
: certificates Lit em for th"II..ld! James Klckllter IX THH rilttTIT| MT. ICICIITII sold to the! highest bidder at the l nf County CummlHslotiprsf line of the light nt way \less, to a point 'wtllnh I. twentrflve j' I' I
Fwlll receive their and Martha. Klcltlftor minors IL..IMat..n.n. Jl I.HIM, IlIt'l II' u'" KI.OM- Courthnuxe'dnnr' on the first i Mmi- B-adford, County, Florld.i fur the ,main I truth, ut Ilsorgiai4tlurn !I fcny night at 8 o'clock. fol- Investment t'ompunv, a IU\. I.4 A'IIU FOIL IIII\U.'IIII day in the Month of Mar. ID41 Bv. ,,'. M. Edwards, Chairman.Attest and Florida I Railway I' (measured af a right angle) fre>s. ; ,
which Is the 4th., day of May, 1841. Conipanv at a pulnt nne biindred' the center line of said south wright ,
Sena- corporation are defendants, t h isUn.IernIgnel 'lH Nit. IN ( 11.\1\:1'' :
t: the main address by : t>n Sp.-olul. Master appointed Myrtle Dunn. Duted' this lath, day ot March A. .1. Thomfls ( lot)> distant iinrllmnstwardlrIlileaHiireil leg of w,.. track said Hmcroestng I
Y Malnes of Lake But- In nald final derree nt foreloHuro Plaintiff A. I>. tIll.tflFFIt'lAi.! i-lerk of the Circuit Court, ( nt a. right angle) from tho center line of s..Mtrack
ttl l ( and Male will offer for -V" No. 1IGt .. SEAL!: ) A. J. Thomas. 2.U fit 3-31 a point In. said. center line of as located and construcioiac ,
iprV, E. MMdleton sup- eels. and will II..iI nt public auction Ceji' lI..n. I Clerk circuit Court I IIrolfor.1 main track I hr.*.. hundred ulgbt station 14 plus HI; thn> j :
Instruction l ( ouIity. Flurlda. 3-14 4t 4-. (:.101) feet North 3d dvgrovs 611'i, 'Smith *3 degrees lB' West, BKW. ;
of public and outrry for rnnh ti> thtthlghonl iel.'ndttni. < I I'
ndent i>" TUB rorvrv .1'lttar" C'OI'lt'l.j \\est nf mllepost" 2(14-11( on >.nUItallroad stud with and twenty-flv. (:tI)
will make and )hunt Milder at the. OitI" 'Eit: (ti" SERVICE: lull \I>KI>IIII ( OI'VI'l.! KI.( ltll) tin said beginning, point b .
radford County f 0 t distant ii i>rt(Invest ward lymeasured 4
South Front Door NOTU-B/ TO :
of the .
County APPEAR ; re: KSTA1K OK KA1U, Ing at station 3 plus 41 nn aii.Ibin fr.
THH UUII OK Pl'I'I.U4TION : : ( at a right angle) m .
Lvarda.If Court house In Stark, Itradfnrd ] STATE OF FLOIUUA: I I.AMAIt ''I Is '
Kl- if
TO lifE: TO A )'l'i'.tlI IIKIUKH. or l li-ft lig < said wye the center line. of said. Month' or
County Florida, : Carl I> ,
on Monday the nan Atlanta
Ueortfhi. slit HK1.I.K track nnd l
I IlKHlKH: I : running theme In
will beLl The Slate" Flo'tidi anenst.riy right leg of track one
following program 7th day of April A. 1>. thn. I It Is hnreliy ordered. that of to John It. wyw
1441. yoii me and II. F. (1 U I 1 U K K, direction., by a ten (111) .
Slocum, whose rsnidenre.. Is un h u ml red fifty ( ISO) feet m r*
Salutatory. Virginia same' being a li'Kal | required t ) appunr on the ilh day Mlnnrn.isorifK. degree curve to the left for
out: t..ILld'ywrt I known: You are hereby nntlfled a I or less, to said line between Section ,
RUT/IS day of raid April \ II. 1841
n before thn w ArmICVTION TO distance of five hiirsd, flftvlun -
that lilll of Iii Township 7 /South! llanar ,
felt: dims poem-Introduction in the legal hour of Hale on .aid above entitled oouit. to the hill of : and due romI't for this divorce order "NKI.I.: MI\OII 5. \M" ). I IIV&2 fee' tn station B pliiH 31 I'"a"t. anti Section >, TnwneJil '
IMS. Ruby Ward; History date, the following dencrib larulx" complaint filed attain you In the i him been filed In the Circuit' ('o..t.of Notice. Is hereby given .to all 00" point 1 nf I tangent thnnce north South Hangs II Kast I then** ,,
and premlneH Kttimte lying: .and above entitled I t caune; and "Urnd- \\liom. It may concern that I. 1>..- n& degrees 21 east, one hundredsiivitnty.flve along said. last mentioned line ,
I Atkinson; Prophecy. Junior belnK In the County of Bradford ford County Telegraph" Is hereby .cause Krudford wherein County Doris, "H.Florida Klocum In In a Innfv Itlcklnann. a. guardian of ;11 ) fe.-t to point1where I North 811 degrees Kn. f.Class Will Lorraine festata of Florida to-wit tiitnlKnatoil as the newepunnr III'' the plaintiff John i I0/\la.: A.MAU (1KIUKU; K1.81H said center Una crossesulhriiing feet more or lean. to point .f b<..'
lMtn One (I ). Two (2). Threo (3), hUh this order shall be published and R. SlocumIn '"':1.1.1'1 IJ K I O K U ansi! It. K.'OKIUKH .' line S.etwei't hauls. of ginning said parcel of land cos- I M
(:mal Valedictory. Phyllis Pour. M), Five (5). Six (11). Kuven onia week for four vonsncutlveWHHkM. defendant to mid you In are wild herebyreqtiired Minor, heirs of I1. M., :lelver Heirs ami lands; nf the taming ;0.01 ac.. more or lea*. 'j":, ,
EIght ), Ten appear causenn | the 14th S"I 'i" of John I
m 'I1ilnnd(9 the Mh riecvaxcd. will. on i's I'hllllps I doceascd I
: day .t May. Uti.! of land
r ), ( Twelve WITNESS my linnd, and the Heal 1".I..r. Marih A. I>. 1941 alllly> to being a strip of lain fifty ( Ml) The said two parcel I ,
: Florence Brown will be ac- (12), of Iflock Twelve (12) In' ..f title court at Starke! Florida, County Telegraph Is desigflsttetl -| )' Judge In and for Br"... feet wlile and seven hundrxittwentyseven together containing 091 &0., moreor
s. Temple' Addition In the City of this 4th day of March A. II. n H the newspaper In which fold Florida the Cnurt- less. I
and ; 1941. this older County, at ((717) feet long );:
shall be
anlst for the evening Ktarkfl. | OFFICIAL 8K\L) A. J Thomas. week for published oncea ) house. In 8tarke. for authority to ( measured. cm said center line). which said will b. .,} 'f.,;
Rev. C. A. Crosby will pro- The laid lands to be Hold In accordance Clerk of the Circuit Court. prior to .said four return consecutive date. Witness week. I sell at private sale the entire InUerent containing o 83 ......., more or less based upon the petition now '1\\ .
with and to satiety said I J. 8 han ln, and estate of aald minors Parcel *: Situate In the Southwest file In said Court. I
te the benediction. decree. PlulntlffH Attorney. 3-7 4t 3-JH Starke my hand and official leal at '- ->...* t.. the followlnir described I I Ilanda Quarter of the Southeast Delaney DickInson '' .

F Stoke T. Frank Landrum Special March, 1 Florida 4KOFFICIAL this 7th day of In Bradford County Pins'. ..... Quarter. (S\V j of S!I.U of ssld It 11." ... .').1' ........ ,,,,r
e claw roll: Vergie t1estor. ,._}o, o..J!
( SEAL A. J. Thomas. -
) ,
O. W.
Fel- O..IKer.
Crosby. Jamea Crosby. Solicitor for Plaintiff. NOTIC'M OK. APPLICATION Clerk Circuit (? o u r t. Bradford I ,
Icainey. L. C. Kelly Junior S-T fit 4-4 FOIl Tn.KKInsitr > Bounty, Florida. 3-14 41 1.f I_
('. Rill ,"0. IS.1) -
Lee Rimes Henry .
+ ""nor" In TM ",,'u'nv fltIJw..,
-' ' "
r Joyce Atkinson. D o r Ileu s I.N! THK CIRCriT COURT Or TIIHKI4IHT1I That I* I). Vlnlng holder: ; of S-6th" OKI>FH OF PLBMCATIOV; '
> of Tax Certificate No. S. Induedthe .\ 0'1"1TU APPKtlt
Lucille Melvin Virginia JI'IICIAL < SUet IT OK I.
TilE MT4TK OK .....ORIIt". IV 4th day of August A. D. 1K.I4, The State of Florida to Margaret.MclI. .
|ett Phyllis Hazen Lorraine AJMI) !roil nnAiiKoitu C'OU'TY: has, filed name. In my office and has Hmlth, whose. residence
Ward. IV CIIANCKHT. made nppiiatlonfor 1 ; a tax deed to Is unknown: You are hereby notified
as. and Ruby Lol. bt>' Ivnudd thereon. Said certificate. that a bill of complaint for
Msy.Plaintiff embraces I the following described divorce and due affidavit for this
TNO CLUB MEETS -v.- mil For nivoroa property In the County of Bradford order has. been filed In the Circuit

| Ladia. 'Sewing Club held Edgar K Mayeii. State of Florida to-wit: Court: of Bradford County. Florida:
ie Defendant. Wi of NE* Section IS Twp. 7 In a cause wherHn Waltvr Hinlth
gular semi-monthly meeting ORDER OF PPRLICATIOJi- South Range I) East 80 Acres, Is plaintiff and Mai KH ret Moll. ir-i v i t r wii IT
STATM OK FI..oRUH> more or I....... Smith ,I. defendant and you are
11 In the home of Mr .
assessment of the said hereby required |Ito said
: .yar.F"rr
..rryhe ,caus on the 7th 141.Hrndford .
fence Varnadoe. It appearing from the sworn bill under the nald I certificate
I of rnmplalnt filed In the above en. Issued was In the name of Cn. County Telegraph I. designated
(0 new members Mrs. Inman titled known. as. the newspaper" In which
i cause that the iperlflo place Unless. sold. certificate. shall be this order shall be published oncea ;f
\\ion and Mrs. Gano wereto nf residence of Edgar K. Mayan, the redeemed week for four consecutive weeks ;
accordfng to law the _
the roll. Defendant a. particularly a. I. property described. therein will le prior to said. .. return date. Witness. _.'- ,
to Plaintiff, In Dt>ll. Ar-
sold to the highest. bidder at thecourthouse my hand and official seal' a t .
tier social hour of kanaaii; that paid Defendant la overhe Starke. Florida this let lay of
a sewing age of twenty-one year an,1that door on the first Mon- -. .,
div In I the month of April 1841, March 1941. fi
Eons refreshments were there la no person In the which Is Ihe 7th day of April. 1141. (OFFICIAL 1412*?.) A, J. Thomas. ,
State of .
Florida Nervlce .t mih-
the Mrs.'Yarn- Clerk Circuit Bradford 7T4L'
t by hostess poena upon whom would bind the Dated this 6th day of March, Court,
Florida. 3-7 41 l-lld
Mrs. Brown and Miss Lu- nald Defendant.IT 1441. County
..... ,.
IS HER15HT OnnRRKD that (OFFICIAL. SEU.) A. J. Thomas, ---- -- 4 / , the Defendant. ..). Cl.Tk of flrcult Court of Itradforrf .---.-- I
Edgar Mayes, be
(Sit lIt: nv i i HI \TION '
S meeting will be at the and he !I. hereby required to appear -I County, Florida. 3.7 4t 328NOTIfR vorifM ici t prut V .L .
to the bill of complaint filed -- The /butte of .Fl'iilila to Musi ( ( a9i : -
of lira. A. L. Green Jr., In the atmve entitled cause. nheren : Eleanor King whns residence. IH ;
afternoon with Mrs. ) the Plaintiff seeks to obtain a'' TO IiPEwI)4dT: unknown: You are hereby notified
iv fiiifiiT roritr i\ NI) FOR hiNo
dlvnrcn from the Defendant. Edgar that 1 bill of complaint for divorce
|pe Har.en and Mrs. Earl HI. MayeH on or before Monday, the j' UK I FOIII> f"HPI/TY./ KI.OKIItA. and due affidavit for this. artier.
81 co-hostesses.! 7th day of April, A. I). 1441,, otherwise I| IN ciierecauy.Myrtle has been filed In the Circuit Court
the alienation. of the Bald i !H kit 10. of Bradford County. Florida, In a
bill will hn taken aa confessed by Plaintiff cause wherein IX Clarence: King I Is
\\VKR: FOR MRS. HAZEN the Maid Defendant.IT -v. plaintiff and Susie' Eleanor King Is tte'2.eT '

he faculty of the Brooker IS FUUTHEK! onO nED that I Wm, t). Mlckle. defendant*, and yuu ore hereby required ,
Defendant.IN : ;
I thl Order be published once a f appearMn said cause
ol entertained Friday Marcht week fop four cnndfputlve-week* In TIIH NAME OF TIlE:' 8TATK' :" OB"FI.OHTPA.OMEETINO the 7th day of April, 11)41.) Brad.fotd .. /

the school housfe" with a the nradford Cwuwty. T Uir_h. a.newspaper : :! County Telnnrimh Is. .doiUg '
.of'' ireneral. cl.eulitlonr.ubl..hed 'Ft): U"m'Mlckl.*, whose"resl naiad, .. the In which I
i 4D
newspaper A C K S N V L I.E I ,
deuce In unknown.You .
ellaneous .
| shower for Mrs. In Bradford County Flor thla. order hair- be published. oncea I
are hereby required to ap- week four consecutive weeks .
Hazen. whose house rely I I and
pear to the bill of complaint filed
DONE AND ORDERED at Stark. I prior to said return date. Witnessmy
burned. Florida this the 3rd day of March herein against you on or 19"ll hand and official seat. at
A. T> 1941.OFFICIAL. the 7th day of April A. D Starke Florida this 1st day of TALLAHASSEENow
es and contents were en- ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas It In. further ordered that .1 March 19U.10Fo'iCIAL.
throughout the afternoon. ,' Cl..rk.8TATB order and notice be published EAL! ) A. 3. 'Thomas. '\ "'orld1110'01' Line offer TlUlOUdll and DIRECT a rvlre to Jmcknon-" 4
I the Bradford County Telegraph,
OP FIXIIID\ ) Clerk Circuit Court Bradford
were' won by Mrs. Muriel 'COUNTY OF BRADFORD ) newspaper of general circulationpublished County. Florida. ,3-7 4t I-H villa and TalluhawMW without change. Convrnlnnjy-tlme' ileportumi.. enable you
an.\ Mrs. W. C. Phillips Mrs. above I HEREBY and foregoing CERTIFY In. a true that copy the Cord once In each said week County for of tour Brad-conHerutlve to leave In the morning do your flopping or business In either city anti return

Anders and Mrs. Henry of the original Order of Publication I I P 1. weeks. hand and official I" TIIR rinci'ir' ronHT. tcititrm In the evening." TWO departure going and returning. The FIRST TIMID IN HIM-
111. mad In the Raid cause on Noel, this 6th mv day. of March A. D JIIIHIAl IIIICIIT" OF FI.OH- TORY such transportation focllllle hate been offered In thU' city.
file In my office thl. the 3rd day 111 % IV ANI! ) FUll IIHAUFOlin

|ter in the afternoon delicious of(OFFICIAL March A.SEAL D. 1941.) A. J. Thomas I 1941.OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, tOUNTY.)' IN CHA.NfKllV. LEAVE E.tSTHOUNI) _.________. ___..____..__.. IZilO 1*. M. and S:4O P. M.LKAVK .
ohmenls of punch and cookies Ruby KmIth Har'H'' ,
Clerk. 3.? 6t f.. flerk Circuit Court. Plaintiff XVEMTKOUND _....__- .______ 8:20: A. M. and 8:20 P. M.
I served. About thirty guests John J. Henderson Esq. -vs- No. 1C
fc'ed the occasion with Mrs. IV: T1IB COfSITYIV JIYflUE'is ('OI1RT.. I Solicitor for Plaintiff. 3-7 4t S-28 Jamea '1'. Barnes, JACKSONVILLE: ,.oo one Way TALLAIIAHSEK $2.25 Om WayCONWAY'S ,
in and the faculty. FI.OHIIIA I'' u.". MKHVtrn NOTICE h
l e picture show well atfit IN- RK: KSTATK OF. ALTjtn' IWOTICH! TO nKTKKNI>\NT I 'r() AI'PEAIt: SERVICE STATION
Saturday night. Anotherwill I wiuaNUT: IN- nilAHF-rtMO <'C>t;>TV. KLOHIIIt To. James T. HarneH, wnose mldcnco Corner Stead 13 it Bond 48 "one 1 n 8 faI'kco. I"1Ic.

be here COM PfoTFNTI IN (''' CVRY.tuth Is. u.k nown.
next Saturday NOTICIi) ..". *PPI.''''TIOBI TO Klrsrh Lancaster It Is hereby ordered that you are
:. Everyone urged to at- ,I SKLI. I.AMD! I Plaintiff. required to appear on the 7th., day
Notice la hereby given to all -v". of April. A. D. 1941 before the iji.
whom It may concern that I, Karl Wllll.iinV.. Lancaster.Defendant above entitled court to the bill nf / t1.
|ra. Annie Pinholater Is very Whtimant. an Guardian of AllleWhlanant complaint. filed against you In the p a ; (;
It her home I I Bometlmes ipellud Whin-. fV TfB NAME! OF THE STATE OF above entitled cause. : and "Brad -
here. I of the FF/IRTDA OHKBTINOl: Is hereby '
nut. an Incompetent one ford County Teli graph" ,
fflnston Delano Kelly, son of heir of Perry Dover, Deceased TO William W. Lancaster, whose designated as tli* newspaper In :r ;
fend( Mrs. I I will on the Ulth day of April. A l>. residence. Is unknown.You which this order shall be published. 5. .
O. C. Kelley Is very : 1041 at 10:00 o'clock In the fore are hereby required to appenr 0 flfl'.0 0fl0n.tSC ------ _ _ _ --- a .
lith pneumonia. :Many others noon. or ac soon thereafter .. the to the bill nf complaint filed
.warn. may b. heard apply to h attains 'lo.J."er.i... on or before is
baring flu, colds and meas1 K.: Perryman. Count Judge In 'an We wish them all a speedy for Bradford' County Florida at H further ordered 1,1
his office In the Court Iloima ittMtnrk. order and notice h. published In ,
ery. to the 1 Bradford County Telegraph a
... Florida. for authority
nathan Dukes of Stelnhatchee veil at private ale the entire Interest newspaper of general; circulation I We'd like you to see and drive And with its room and ride and

I visiting Mrs. Florence Varn- Incompetent.and estate In and of Alle to the Whlnnant followIn ,ford.published once In ench.said week County for nf tour Hrsd-consecutive Ford has ever carried the finest Ford we've ev>r built view you get Ford extra power l

1 laJ4t week.ton't r *; deiiTlned land. located In theTown : wseks.WITNESS, Youll find its big bodies longer with extra thrift the biggest hydraulic
hand and official
forget church services Florida.of, and Htarke:! more Bradford specifically County.described seel this 51 h my day of March. A. D. !inside, greater in total seating brake near its price and

fay morning at 10 o'clock. as follows, to-wlt: mtOFFICIAL. width and larger in windshield, a lot of fine-car mechanical "fea I
I "F.4f.> A. J. Thomas,
one-half of lot. Mvn C5\) (
| Sunday night services at 1. and seven (7) In block sixteen Clerk. Circuit. Court. .;;...;;,-, EXTRA E VALUE E than anything else in the Ford tures" found only in a Ford at t
[o'clock with the Rev. C. A. two(IS),and original one-half St"'ke.((52<4 h..lnM') feet fifty-east Solicitor John J. for Henderson Plaintiff.Rsfj 3-7 4t :1-21 price field right now. low price.

en pastor. and went, and one hundred and You'll find a great new Ford If you are choosing a new carK

five In the(106)town feet of north Starke,and Itrndford south NOTICH TO DHFI4D4'I'I': far'! ride too. A soft and quiet new thi.ycaryou'1ldowe11nottomaaI. n

HIGHLANDy du'h: Pfate. of Florida; ....e..a. iv riBrt'tr OIMT COUNTY fN FLORIDA./afl 9011PetAnFORD quite. so ride that has surprised a lot of this Ford. And not just because
> .
MlM Beth Wbmberly 2. eix>..18 one (1), two (U. three and four (4) of block >n. Ie i (Cnmtnlnirii Raeot, $ t tC
M. GrlffU was In SUrkeneflday. In R. N. Dowllna-'a addition In Plaintiff
the town of fitsrke aa per mar. .vs*
and survey of said plot recorded James A. Ttacot.
t">- H. c. Wlmberly. Miss In the public records nf Bradford I Defendant.IV .
1 Wlm County, Florida, In Book F, .page THB NAME r>v TFIB STATE' OFFf j. II
rly. and C. M. Grlffls 6S4. said lands being and lying />BIDA. OREETINO: : ,
visitors to Starke Friday. In the northeast quarter of the TO: James A. Ilacot. whose rest. tt! :
southeast qua r ler of section rine and address Is ill Coming '
p. and Mrs. D. C. Reid of (29)! township .1* (O, south of St.. Charleston Kouth Carolina. 9k
IUft visited friends here Frl- range; twenty-two (ZU east You are. hereby required to appear .1/; 1
asrssed at |40.. I to the bill of complaint filedherein A: '
a. Lota two tit. four M) and .!- against yon on or before 1
** Janie Marr 'visited rela- 141' and fractional lots A and Bof the 7th day of April A. D It4l. .1,
of J. It la further ordered that this ,
thirty-five (311'
rj 'In Jacksonville Monday. .... Mock John' addition to the townof order and notice be nuMlshed In &Q i,', '

I ff.James and Mrs. Sidney Harrla I! assessed H t a r at k e.4JO.Bradford' County the Bradford of County general;Telegraph circulation, aaawspaner -crth J. ,

Godwin of Msxvlllet which. said application for Order published. In said County nf Bradford ,,; \
vtaltors and inaCOnr4laflee once each week. for tour onn.
here Saturday. to Bell will t>e based uvon:
J tltlon now sefittv.. weeks.W1'rNEl4. .
till with she>
[ Maggie Crews visited rel- on file In t".. ah...e styled Court. mr hand .and offlAlalseal 1I'U'
f m Starke Saturday. EARL W1I1SNUT.! A. Ous.xllannf this. Stn day of March..- D.

3competflt< 1.1. .. .
F. 8net Mrs. L. j. Norman and Allle f.U Whlanant. (OFFICIAL "III \I.' A. J. Thomas, '
J Clo Norman visitors'tark :J-I4 it flerk Circuit Court. r a __ &i
were John J. Henderson Jt;. | Saturday. IV THB InCEST fOI-HT. W"IITM Solicitor! for Plaintiff. :J-7 4t S-ZI +
..t'U'C'I"L CIRri'lT OP M.OH.
oey Austin of Lawtey was iv AVD row siseenrosti'

'Saturday: |I Roy(IDa'or R."(TY.flamnnons.Plaintiff. I. (...,%(.tlRI': tv","nit,'M 'VP'"'lHrv 1"011 me 01'1'1'n ,. n ii iv *'I'vn Y. fl

r-s. Wlmberly. :Miss Ethel FI.ORini. IV ell % CKHYHoward
P....,.. -
Miiis No. -
p- Beth ""
Wlmberly and ]I I PlaintIff. ,
n O"'ffl -.... visitors to Bertha M n..t..ndant.flammons. .".. &

ac. Ga., Sunday. ORDER (,P' SflnVTrp APPEAR: NOTICK: Lena fia"Ief'edaflt.In ". .

p ana 1....>. .fence Davis TUB JTATB'fO OF FIX>KIDA; the N"",. of the State of
P1"'! to Starke To Fertha M. Hammons, whose Florida Oreetlng:
Monday after To Lana Bass whose residence'
I'll here with :Mr. and Mrs S. "JIT.," h'er.-byUonr1dn.0rrdn-hat 700)ar.required ), )I. unknown. YOU ARE IIRIIE"TUEOmrtED :
|arley.! to appear on the lilt .4ev TO appear to the Bill
A. D. IUt before the of Complaint filed herein against -
nf Ap.lI.
F, Crifn was a visitor to abo" entltlI' court. te the bill ofcomplaint you nn or before the 7th day nf4prll.
YOU In the A. D 1)C I. or D filed .aln"t
ey. Monday I I above entitled cause. : and 'Llrad- Confeaao will be entered against GET THE FACTS AND YOU'LLGET A FORD _

flea&nc1 Mrs. T. T. Blackburn I fo.J ConiMy Telegraph the !I. -herebyd.iuIflatPd y0rr IS FDIITHBR! ORDERED: thai -.

Pendarvis and Mrs. BUI thin order a. .". "Vr"pSTr.K.2which this notice be published' In theBradford

IIrvm of LawUy were visitors i, once a week for four consecutivewrnie. C'nnnty published Telegraph.In Bradford Snewspaper

Sunday. I IOTCH week.. ... my hand and the seal nf County once each week (or four J. W. ANDREWS JR.
at Atarll. FInri".*.. this consecutive ...II.n.
this court .
I II of February A. f>. 1)41.OFFICIAL witness my and official' _
17th day
TApi per roll- BEAD A..J. Thomas seal this. the 15th day of FebruoVFICIAL -

DFoRD: COUNT: TKI.K- .Clerk( of the Circuit Court. ;'SEAM' A. J. Tfcomas Starke Florida

.. J.Plaintiffs ft. Harrison Attorney., e-U.t Clark of Circuit Court. S-f M (-"

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. 'MA.R,21 1941

,..J, .. .. : Ike,
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Y fet style. Aeetgttng'the'hostess Mrs. O. L. Beiisley. )ar. and Mrs. New Tourist CampAt Trianon'tne Development

I SOCIETY and CLUBS were: Mrs. J, E: Wilson Mra.Glltton D P Carpenter; Mr. and '),Ira. D'j I Jordan Place buildings will be"mode

Brown, Mrs Glen Wood A. Monteith, Mr and-Mrs. J. every respect and1111\\ '
and 'Miss Martha Brownies. t8&1I1II
Mock-\Vhite Wilson, Mr, and Mrs N. Stern- J. W Jordan is building a deluxe cross ventilation, hot '
Sternberg-Wolf Engagement Paul Knight's Songs I supper the honor guest II n d
t On Air ( was. surprised with a complete berg Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- tourist court and restauranton running water covered( tuIi

Lit. Ben Sternberg of Mr. Of Interest to friend here Is Frequently set of crystal a gift from the kins, Mrs E. I* Biggs, Mr. and his property three miles east and curb service. Mr lara"Jo

and Mrs Nat Sternbet-ff.' and Ml s, the announcement by Mr. and Friends of Paul Knight have hostess and her guests.: A bride's Mrs. H. C. Rltch. Mrs./ Edward of Starke on Road 48. The first will manage the business hltnseJf.
addedto'' Burns Mrs. J. W. Klncuid. Mr. wing of the project Is nearing and will be'
book:also merriment assisted
/ the
KlBle Wolf, of New York City, Mrs H. E. Mock of Savannah been Interested to hear a number by a
Mnrch I of the occasion' anil each one and Mm. C. A Knight. Eddie completion and in Its final state petent corps of assistants "s
ltt were married in New York of their of his song hits recently over theN : .
Ca., of the engagement wrote good Harris, and K. G. Duncan. it will Include 26 cabins, a restaurant first unit of the The
' 8. Lt. Sternborg' la stationed at D. C. net-work; also over theColumbia I present aavjce'and cabins will i!
daughter. Grace Nina, to William wishes. bath and toilet facilities, ready for bt
Ft. Devens Mas.v 35 miles from ,and the Mutual Broadcasting occupancy next week
{ T Boston, where he la supervisor of Wilburn White of ,Lakeland. systems Guest. worei j Mrs. Artford FLA. STATE FARM and living"quarters for the man- -

target practice. He IH a graduate The marriage will solemnized Hle'latest composition, a ,comic I Brown, Mrs. Harry Houston, Mrs. I By Miss, Mary Towniteil.l oger. .oE."II'CILS-lIOc' per A1KRADFORD 0 _

of West Point, and is In the at home' on Thursday night, April blues I song. "Tube It away, Guy' Sale, Mrs. E., W. Hayes; Mrs. I II PAttTVThursday''morning1 ,' jpenlgnrd! by O. C. R. Stajjeberg. .00 U N T V gpyk Ie.
regular army. For the present o'clock. Miss Mock Henry,'' was recently featured on L. F Dfnkln. Mra! J. R. Wain- BREAKFAST- architect, and constructed by the <} .
17, at 8:30: ::
t Mrs. Sternberg will remain at Is the grandnelce of W. S. Clark the Basin Street Swing program. I wright Mrs.- Charles Darby, Mrs. at about 8 "--. ... ._'__h___
---- '---
W C. Mtii Vera Raburn I members of the local -
her home In New York. of Starke and has visited here on The music was written by Paul Powell o'clock --
White and lyrics by Steve De Baum. Mrs. Roswell' Nbgel, Mrs. Hal i Woman's Club were surprised to
numerous connected occasions.with the Union Bag Mr. Knight plans to spend a Alexander of Gainesville, Misses receive message to go to the INSURANCE AN D_ BONDS
Ladles Auxiliary la In Savannah, short vacation in Starke with his Evelyn Stump, Frances Peck, residence of Mrs. Paul McLendon

l\let'Tuesday A Paper Corporation will live. parents. Col. and Mrs D. K.loht fiklith'' Rowe Abble Harley. Mar- immediately, dressed as they were

where the young people Knl..... able a r'nflntr'...... ( tha Metcalf.' Ruth and Lillian and no "primping" was allowed.
The Ladles' Auxiliary of the I Sternbcrg JH len Prather, Cath- When the women had obeyed HAROLD' C. \WALL AGENCYConstant

Presbyterian 'Church met Tues Tommy Ritch Mrs. Smith Entertains I ferlne Kelley, Madge Whlghaia this summons and were assembled

day afternoon at the home of To Attend Convention I Hope and Georgia Haynes,' Ethel InMI-' : McLendon's home, they

Mrs. V. S. St. John, with 12 mem- Honoring Recent Bride Taylor. Doris'' Peterson, Florled discovered that they had been Service Over 50 Years

bers present Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Tommy O. Rltch, a student at and Willa Vida, Killlngsworth. Invited to a breakfast party.
, led the devotional using Emory University I n Atlanta, Mrs. Junius M. Smith' entertained -, The various costumes of the

the World Book" of Prayer ,agent:; several days here this week : at a buffet supper Friday W. S. C. S. ..JVIet at Church quests caused much comment during Please Phone 146 Starke
Mrs.. R. F. Clark gave a short with his I mother, Mrs. Carrie right In honor of Mrs. James U. Monday AfternoonThe ', the party. Those of the group

program on th? 'subject of entitled stew Hitch. Tommy will return to At- Dennis, who before hVr recent Kill-: who hud worn any extra adorn- .w... .. _.______...... __ ._.... ___
w ardshlp using a leaflet lanta tomorrow and Join a party ,marriage was MIss Myrtice Woman's, ; of Christian ment such as hats were fined --M
"God's Portion"' She emphasized of Emory students who will go Ingsworth. This l lovely eventtook,, ; Service met Monday afternoon ten cents.

1 the fact that God should'be given to Austin Texas to attend the place at the new home .of Mr, and'Mrs. at the Methodist church and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodwardand BEN''S'U'SLOW:
his separated portion and gavea annual convention' of the Na- 'Smith, on East Madison St. visited
held a program ap! d business( son RlcharJ, the former'
short history of tithing. Mrs. tional Independent Student's As- Yellow and green were the col- '
I meeting opening with a devotional mother, Mrs. Ophelia Woodward -
in;article on' at the ors used for decoration, yellow ( NOVELTIES
Charles Turney gave, Hoclatlon. which convenes
dt service led by' Mrs. E.: ,K. Perry- of Havanna, over the weekend -
Japan. University of Texas. The party Spring flowers with t a back- man.. .- ARMY WOOL LUMBER JACKETS __ 250
'The president,, Mrs. E. M. will leave Immediately after final ground of green were used In'
The program :Was under the direction Lamar Wh'd-' COTTON RIDING PANTS .__ _
'the business In and The Friends of Mrs. _- -_*.__ ... $1.00
a the dining
Davis, conducted exams and make the trip living ; rooms. "'
of Mrs Ollv Ray and the den will regret to learn that she ARMY WOOL-SHIRTS ____
___ $2.00
' meeting at which time the treasurer's' station wagon. Talking of the (uests- were seated at small tab -?- ---,--"---
annual report wns made. trip the boys designated it as lea, centered by a vase of flowers subject was 'Investing"Our Heritage "- llil ill at her home here. ARMY COTS ----_---------------------__. $2.59

Miss Lucile Mitchell, newly-I Westward Via Covered Wagon." and,, supper was,served buf- ,for the Health'of the World. Next Tuesday March' 2:5: 'theWoman's GUARANTEED REBUILT ,ARMY SHOES _?. $2.00

l' elected vice-president and pro Mrs. I., P. Shepherd read Africa of. the Club will have an all- RAIN COATS ____....i: ___________.,_*.,-*._______ $2.00
chairman, announced that --- work,, being cirrledvpn! ,in ; day meeting at the .club house. SPECIALcomplete outfit khaki pants and shirt $2.00
c the next meeting will be held In CalfstreetDear China was. .the subject Carolyn
the evening at tho.hpme of Mrs. J Struth's'reading; Miss Amy erved.

K. Q. Duncan, with Mrs. Turney ..- .. ... .. .. .. .. ,..'- -- ,-, -- Coburn told, of the, first'woman I Mr. and Mrs' Arch Dobbs and
"The'Army Store"
physician, Dr, Clara Swain sentto daughter. Myrtle, were visiting
' as leader. C.-Streeters: Armory '. Can you Imagine fel.toonlu' India la' J.$70;:;;Mrs. H. A, friends'' and relatives in Zepher- .
: William Norrln, newly Call Street Starke
I1u' 209 E. Fla.
>that' acre of ceiling with : ,
of read of the medical mis
faint Spencer
took over' hernew' Seams I have a mem'ry hills during 'the weekend.Mr. .,
elected- treasurer, ,
less bawdy crepe paper streamers? k Well sionary's work in Korea when '
4'' heartn a more 0 r and Mrs. J.. K. (Hundley I
duties. Army song once In which "the they did It v .. Must have taken I evangelism and, education were attended a house Warming
After the business session was
Engineers with shaggy ears" are tons of energy, as well aa paper taboo; and Miss R.y told of the Jacksonville Sunday, given forheir'

:' adjourned, the carrying'hostess'.served!Co uta refreshments St.Patrick' -. called all sorts of libelous names Sgt. Shirley and Sgt.MajorWick i Work In{'the ,:'t'hUllppines.The son-in-law and A daughter, I RUPTURE fa collected

day motif. But after the'dance las' Sat- In charge I ,,1I1.j.?lness, sea, ( qn.:Was, presided Mt. and Mrs. Ree e' Bradley.who can
I'm here to tell the Woman's Clubbers Clara Mae "the president Mrs. have .
tidy night over by just bought a home there.J. :
Miss Lillian Stecnberg spent world the guy, who wrote that Knight. (In white'' net and black i Perryman and"at thin.time, delegates G. Godwin has gone on a
didn't know his En- lace), Grace Wainwright (hair"up" attend the
Wednesday In'Jacksonville. song Jus' I were elected business trip to Belle Glade.
gineers Fact is, I had such a to normal again), and i annual WSCS'meeting' which;will Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams'

perfectly mahvelous time I'm son Evelyn Stump (blOHSomln In I be held in Apr;} (n. Lakeland. have moved' from''the ,old dairyto

J. II. COURT1ANCIItt ously conMderln' writing a song 'blue) acting .as hosteas-chaperones Delegates: Mrs.. Pferryman'' and their new home he>e.

Watch-MaJuw A', Jeweler of my own entitled: "The Engineers y Mrs. Titus Olson; alternates: Mrs.A. Mrs. Frazier Shaw was visiting

jr. Over 9 Years' of --Those Perfect: Dears" Col. Ilulen dancln with Lucile Z. Adkina and, Mrs.. D. P. Car- In Gainesville last week.
: Faithful Service To The Kennedy (boys afraid to penter. %* ,I' .".,

? r People of Starke The boys really threw an artistic break) Lucy demurely char- Mrs. In P. Shepherd, secretary Ball Game SundayThe
job of decoratln' the huge mln In black taffeta and pink of mission and Bible study, an-

bow In the back of her hair nounced that the Society will new baseball diamond<1 at Let us examine ycu without

Mrs. Wick,, attractive, tiny brunette study the, new book/ "Dangerous; Bradford Park will 'be dedicated Relief and comfort assured
and Service See Your Local dancln' charge.
For Ford Sales with her hdndsome Opportunities," by carle Ballou Sunday afternoon at 2:30:: o'clu'ck"according

Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage, Located husband Grand march led the study to take,'plllce the third to an announcement ,with our sweat proof friction truss.
Col. Hulen and "
by Clara Mae '
week inApril'. yesterday by Conch Bill Stephens.
One'''Block South of S A. L. Depot lots!a fun and quite a novelty for '
The outstanding? report of committee ot B. H. S., Feature of the afternoon j Koch Store
us still unArmyfled females.:. was given t>y< Mrs. L. A: will be a ball game between I ,Drug

Grace Dew, all-out Spanish In I I Davis chalrman.,*..''*lf: Christian thAt Palatka AllS.tars.nd, ,the I STARKE .1.-\.
A 'W's'ANDREWS JR. black and whlto"ruttled skirt'andtight I Social Relatlonacdndrlocalchurch Blandlng' AH-Stnrs..
J. I( Camp 1 .. ,
black doln' ."
bodice a specIalty I activities IJ ,, -A. > -.t'
by request Fran PeekIn t *o .''. ; I
Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years baby blue. Margaret Hair Visitors'Honored 'J- 'Meet On Mat '
(ex-localite) in blue and white At Park Tonight I

Phone 118 STAItKE FLORIDA print an* get tin' a plentiful rush By Mr. andMrsyining: WRESTLING

from the stag line Dorothy .
Claire Klckllter In striking red Mr.'and Mrs. L,> ;b:IVlnl"g entertained I 4.y: ; pe

__ .. ... jersey I delightfully; M o Ii day : FRIDAY' MARCH 21
... n _J." -----:0-: -- -.1) Margeurlte de Orlo ,
I In honor of'Mrs. Carrie ".
framin her blondness In blue I I(! night' t

velvet Altogether, a very Jane Rushing of Diiolln, Ga., who +q.i 31k 8:30 P. M.
to house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
:For ,1..Tale Large Factory Made even pretty In' sight,. ;,. and a very luffly Vlnlng; 'and Mr. and 'Mrs.-'C. S.

house Trailer Manufactured 1 by>> Things I like 'about the Call Lindsey of' Wlrtston-Balem, N. 'CT.:.

+ Covered Wagon. In Excellent Con- Street who were guests'6f Mr.. and'Mrs. Main BoutBest
newcomers: Pearly teeth ,
dition. Htoep* Four Person and D. P. Carpenter.:,
and big round eyes of Mrs. J. B. '

4-4 'Will UOM. Sell All For Modern Five:Hundred Convenience Dol-', and Samuels spanne(Alexander's of Jack) Spick' SalePriest" Vining Tae home large was living:: made'room more of the at- Two Out of Three Falls

.. lain Which In Lrs Than/ Half ( ) ... .. Petite brunetteness tractive with wild flowers, plum
Hour Time Limit
('oNto Write Box 7fW, 9ne
., of Alyce Fuller and contagious blossoms'and azaleas being placed .
Ta9aluuuHf, Flu.uwwn land' vaWs 'l used' I
laugh of In bowls (h.d' to
(Canova's) Wavy brown hairof advantage 8evenv'tables! were

___ ____ ...4 .. Jimmy Van Dlen (Chandler's) placed for bridge and at the close BUTCHER nOY"-28: LBS.vs. .
of the game It was"'fouiuf that .
'._'.....-- ., .-.... rr ,.. .. / nwswaww..wwruwwrrwuu. ," ..unwu wu _..-..- ton Bouncing Columbia walk of Mrs. Carl- Mr.: J. W. KIncald 'and Mrs T.
( Military) ., Dulcet -, BABE CADDOCKOF
50c .....:-.0 tones of W. T. Clute .1 T. Long had made high for the
50c't ; : Snowy ha'lrof i Mrs. Flnfer i iBarkl'dale'a ladles, and O. L. -Beueley and D. Ltt RHODE ISLAND-200 Lbs.,

I ( ) '. .' Classic hairdoof I P. Carpenter for' themen. In the
MADAM LEONA i Dorothy WUllamson (Guidon bingo game Mrs. E. L. Biggs and

Grill) Allison Sklpwonhlneaa Judge A.- Z. AJklrut were, win SEMIFINALOne
JUST ARRIVED of Miss Abble ners. Towards the elose of the
Knight (Guidon)
Fall 30 Minutes'
the hostess.served -
Chlrrupy voice I of Mrs. evening a
Dahmer (Petite Studio .. frozen fruit salad to the guests.
Palmist and Advisor. ) ,
i Graciousness of M. C. Mayhugh Enjoying the. evening with Mr. BOB ROBERTS OF MONTREAL"THE
Gives names dates and facts all affairs of life and Mrs. Vining saLe honor
regarding (Koch's) ,' Rosy complexion MAN WITH HOLDS"vs.
lovmarriage and business. Will tell your innermost thought. 'I of Jimmie I MacKenzie ('1"hreeIi'rlends guests.-Mrs. Rushing and .Mr. 'and *Nat' $*t 1,000

,, and desires. Cannes i speedy marriage, re-unltea the' separated ) Sprlghtllness of Mrs.\ C. S: Llndaeyt were: CapL. ,

how to better your business get a position settle lawsuits and II Delle May (Torode's) Friendliness and Mr* T. T. Long .Mr. and Babe Craddock MAN MOUNTAIN BEMEUT

estate troubles, lucky: day and lucky numbers. of Artie Schneider (Tic Toe night" .' Seems 'twas Judge's 260 Lbs.

'For limited.. time only, $2.00 reading for 50e, with Tap) ,..... birthday Wish Tit-known In ,

this ad.. I Rallyln' Round the Ringside: time. Would have, sent arounda -

Rooms for white and colored. Readings daily'and .. Trlm-flggered Mrs. V. S. St. John mens of" thane,cowtpeas"I ..can "
shoutjn' "Come on, Robbie! at 'QPENING ',MATCH;
ned Uas'
Sunday, 9 till 9. 11 summer: --.lR f -i:
the wrentlln matches las'
,n "** 17-t8, near F.rm iV Friday Juniors and >8enlofl'all! aflutter '
EAST P'ALATKA night Clara Flume lookin' One Fall-30 Minute.
over annual ,
Mark. Look for Falinbt Sign. II i .banquetgtynight! >
sweet and
unperturbed,while Resale
Girls all s t a,r r:yj&yje d with '
Mrnv, ,-l_ nnwnwupwwmnxpnrvn' : Cotiion heckles Lorenzo 4Z'r.., JACK, SHERRY..
-- --- : ''' penwaa"-Mnel-' "' !!'S. thoughts o.f dates anjjpy dresses .w 3t1i r" h
.' pre D n pleadln' for bigger and bet .. I TMnentan' Itettyr'Green.tvul World'
Uncrowned Heavyweight
of the
ter ; Jerome
1 (Ram-
f 'Iil'IARY r wear ft.brand1 new ptn .rust ', '
nurn, : : *
>)> John v 226" Lbs
rod .
RIESENMAN ) tellln the referee ber'sent aU.,the way...jrggi..Wsah. p ''Sr >

t BERGIN where to look. an* what he'd be lngton.p..c.,'fort; ,is-f>pcUXoceasion berry 'ha* potted,1a,600 wits ihe'JlJ w'York 'AtWeJmWlos. C '

\f wishes to announce the opening of U he didn't ,. Kap Duncanfakln' Can't;*get over school --wrestle rn#+ mtf ..:'t I!A.:world."n .

off his 1'1.8IIean' put bein ut.1, theilasi' otsltia'lh-. .. .,'1 .... ..t "jt. '
The Djriig Sundries Store Unique tin' 'em on again) Emma An.' neither"can toe"'newcomers; '

.., Chalkerco! lnla, with Capt. and .9. One\ Nag v(: England .officer- *- .
*,"*' At Keystone' Heights' Florida Mra'.),f.iKeern: McK. a M A x I'D'O wY' L-E, 4's'
luffly lady, lookin' like one of arrangements'to'put 25S.ttas.y-1' ':, *"***
> lForty.Fifth''Anniv'ersary {the those dovastatln' creatures In the back -- *
of to their bocks, .was flab-
v .1 Sake 5th Avenue ads Pat ;
ber 'lUlted, when\\ toliCte ) -
( whole
:: John M. Riesenman
Pharmacy Franklin Pennsylvania Patray makin' hi* debut on the thln 'cJ be I
The mike Introducln' Romanoff-the weeks ; ? "
management wishes to assure man with the unholstered *
patrons shiny, Unusual talent:-tjat. of eth-

Prompt and Courteous Service chin chin Las' bout brlngtn' grader W. B. McKlnney who
aplenty .
Even shat- plays the ,vlolln: by. ear ,, 'An'
b IJeoufj} terln the accustomed aplomb of the way he earned his Instrument .
Aldalene S<>nire "'ersh, For Al Ot'e-'on. Dink Hart warln' his arms an'leania' given him"byJ. T. Qutgley'a're( ; .

19 Into the ring Unner- ward for learnin 50tf p'lble'verses

.1 MIRAGB-.' stan'- promotor Charlie Stone W, B. Says I U''dfdn't' take PROFESSIONAL BOXING
put out plenty t
gettln' thing. In
long to
+ learn the verses "cause he
handing Oak at angle queerStately shape for these Monday-Friday MONDAY NIGHT MARCH 24
wanted ,the vtolln's6'"r.. Dest.ot .
&!. pine of men net ere fracases An' he deserves to luck to a bud din' maestro from 7 BOUTS-PETEY SARRON MATCHMAKERFormer \ \

f "We.' re l get It back. I'll say If he continues an" old, phonograph-wlnder-upper ( World's Featherweight Title ,Holder)
.A IIunvt-.c-urlou--.h..I. to stage -shows like the -
open In' cantata, .. ,

3L It. il: ,:.8' A. Dotty Z. Sue, Blgg.ate'; Hlizonor Guess An 11'>f'akln'. about; of'Ucoe wlndln'to up.let .it. hutch, Lee Hennfcig jThcie This'clipping and23c: plus tar will adm\t\ ;,JoI
Adklna Uie'street (
Sat- '
run down ti'So
tlUy; "Judge. I hear you're bay: time lonV'for1' this men will,meet/imcfe'otherIn i I 75e ringside'seat at all events
tn' a dinner at youhou to- See you. hi the'" aextCarolyn. the main' bout at "Bradford,
: -
Park tonight,

'MAR L 21 1941.31A12far

) tacit BRA.DFOaD COUNTY: .nOJEOttATH. 8C.UJKK.: filrORiDA PAGE.flt"r If''

rBITS of LOCAL NEWS MYs. Maude ,Crew ,. of Jacksonville 1 I C. OF C. DANCETO one Invitations have been sent, W lit T. Add'tt to Ittar '. l''UOIt; .Ji ,
:: I IS TownnJhlp a 6.A...". II RIL..I. ;
I ,U spending' the week .. ,. Park Hllu
? I RAISE FUNDS to a considerable number of personable Ix>t M f HIW 1 (
,. .- .. ,. I IM. here looking aft' her property young ladles no the officers W M tA4"'n to Rtark R"itlonIK. \ ,
( from page one) Township S H, RitnKe fl JI1IL" i
Jff, Hayes !U victim George Packhara, employe atReglstel' I C. MayhURh.; partner' In the I Interests. will have dancing partners, W 411Adll'n. n of Blk'u 7 City tark."M'I..t\Parr HID\.'" ,f.,. .1

licit this week. :* Garage spent Friday Koch ..dn1't"Btol'e.! spent several downs I: as they did so admirably if they do not have their own I 1*. Township 1 H, !l1an. t'i K*"tl ( ,I
week In I lady guests to bring along. The' ...t 1 ..f Ink I '"Ity. 1'trlt'rU t I I
of last Jacksonville situation
days with his In ; housing Stark, flectionIN. \ I
family Arcadia N ,T. Rtch| has .gonv:; to Madl- tickets $1.00 and \1lit/ c-n Ad"'D to y i
spend Sun- this / are per couple, Tiiwrit' >hli' a N, Range .1 K\. ,
will One
feature of the
week \\a night
Dowling son, tnd., where .he- employed or Hilt InLleIngt'ten 'I"" 1
I will be sold at the door If the I-.t Half or Lot 1. j
bomefolka In Trenton.Ie The small son of Jim Forest be the announcement of Florida A V. S'n of ;
|h en a defense projector< of the Guidon Grill wan stricken' Paul Hudglns son-in-law of L,. For "th five tours for the men .at Camp Branding kwfint get N4\ of 110:14. .tI..ell"n .IS: 4ywn- I
past W.uft "
II '
around to those who wish to rbli S H. Uancc I
Van Dlen Is the new with appendicitis this week. W. Koch left Thursday for a months he has been doing clerical i w'lich' Is by far one of the iMtm I. 2.of Hlk.4J: l." i

f for W. K. Chandler, few days' visit with his wife In I work at Cump Blandinnc.The finest efforts we have heard L.1 come ruby A: (-.... Culi-inv. Township of NW 4 or M,
n Percy Sullivan I will rs& be deeply grateful I Lute *. 4 :"f"Illk t IJnpoto. CliyIn
Packham were visttlnK in Green standpoint but to %stnbllshfiiend I i
BiaUford Abstract ...
County ,
H; of MKW..:\ H Hon "3, fpwu-\' I
few Cove !Springs!J Sunday night. Merrill McMillan ; : ,y relations "with other I if the cltlsens of Starke who have % Rnnt. ,
Green la spending of J fk onvllle ,I Company- will occupy the extreme ship. /* 1>1 KmiKit 11 '. "
week with his people' spent Sunday herewith his south office In' Congressman Lex statue, giving the folks. at Camp gardens wouhl like'. to, contribute .rIU'1'NI' 0'" 1NvHItNAi.1a1lRfvl J"'" ,
ds I Kt'NWIly ,1i'l'A'l'ht ,
Mrs. Carl Floreus, of Jacksonville mother Mrs. H. U Hough and Green's new building across, from J I Blanaingnot' only a chnnca to enJoy flowers, flag.. and anything decorative UM trtArlt11tA. ( .
was here Sunday visitingher Mr. Hough.Mr. j I thlll famous climate but to .as well as helping; the A. J. TliumaM. Agent Trustees I
the Court House around the first I. 1 I. Fund JlnKUortl >:ounly. Hr .
William, principal of B. mother Mrs. II. H. Young of April C. A. ,Knight 'says.Mr see the scenic and plcturenque"points commutes at the armory to decorate :

of the latest", victims and Mrs. Herman. of interest" of Florida and the cooperation of all Correction
one .
i Ma'. and Mrs. Harold C, Wall I while they are here which no 11'Slarkl!! to help make this eventa .
(leuItfargaret. rented their residence on I and Mrs.! W. W. Pane and .
cf St. Augustine spent Sunday West Can Street and have movedto I'Hons. Billy and Martin of Lake doubt bring many more visitors great occasion. fly error the name of Mr ., ,I* J .r t'' ;

Hair of Jackson- here with, Mr. and :Mrs. W L. Jacksonville.Mrs. I 1 City and Mrs F. G. Buuknfght to our parts than we would haveIf II Kutch wan left off the pvibllulicd /i.. /

nt the week-end with and; daughter Jane Merrill were I It were not for these good will I N n I" I t' HMiirch / list of teachers for the .
toil 141
fnces Peek Wall"I C. R. Calhoun of Greenwood week-end guests of Mrs W. H. ambassadors. rooting for us.. The I' ltltAI .KOItl ('OtrN1'Y.! KMIH A Ijawtry school for the Yf'ar941..

Louis Shafkln spent last week- I: S. C., Is the guest of her' Struth and Miss, Kate SI ruth. first tour will be limited to 200 I I that NOTlrM iMirmimit: 1H:;to fctortliin MKKKIIV. : a of UIVKN'thiu. MX.

joe H. Wilkins and chll- end In Miami, and will leave this brother-in-law and sister Mr. and officers 'and will be to Tampa tor ItUHd, Laws of Kli.rlil.i. Act of I ,
over the weekend of 6th. I IChl1.tered 11427! Known an tlm AMIUI'ilr A-r.
Lf Palatlta. were visiting week-end for New York City. Mrs. W. P. Smith Mrs. J. W. Andrews, who has April the following (IrHfrllM'il land In
1' : buses will leave Camps!I I ItrniUonl 'i.unly: : Klurlitn: will: ha ,
Tueuday. been in Vincent's In
St. Hospital .a "
here Lsliindlng 1:30 <' it fur. mile nl |>iil> "7 :
: P. M. Saturday I
i Mrs. S. P. Vandlvier\! and son, Mrs. Elizabeth C e l lion.l of i Jacksonville has,.returned to her : Tor. 'Th hlKhvnt and' bent Ua..Ulh.r.; % i ir
afternoon, 5 short I .
Pitner, of Orlando, ape n t the and April with one nhh.>rt to the rlvltt of the Trunt,>i
Lois Long of Jacksonvillee Gainesville Is the guest of hor home at Kingsley Lake<, her I stop on the way to Tampa Iof, lli" Inlvrnitl lni|>n>viiiiinHl Viinil C
week-end guest of her week-end here with Mrs. G. W. daughter, Mrn.' F. C: Holllngs-I friends are'glad to 'V how that she ing at the beautiful Tampa arrlv-I ito'''I <.> roJtMt mi!y licKinniiitr.and Mil Ht olds 10'at oo lhDiirilioiiHo .'.. 'd r : .
< -
Merman. !
Mi'a. F. HI on*. worth, this week. op-eration I I race Hotel, about five. The tour. liM-k A. M nn the |U.h.. day of C666
I April A. D 1941.! Ililxpnioiit fr
era wilt check Into their room rued
right of wur too rust wl>ln
Mrs. .1. H. Lord and her< houseguest I and ready'up for a Cocktail Party will IIM r"K<>i'VHI! friuii any parcel .

RITZ J :ATBE- 'Mlri,, Mary' DeWHl, spent, county attorney at ft.30: which will be given especially Mule through Him.t.l wlikh. there In on vmlnllnic ,
; Is representing the Bradford -
last 1' week on a motor trip down for them 'In the Terrace >tMrrltliiinU. :
County Board of CoromlH- .... !? I, Ink 1 (Mlr Pa.k Hl| >
FLORIDA the EMIt'Coast.Mr. Lounge where they will meet W lit r ("s Allil'n to Hturk. ,, Hortlxll
STARKE, I I I aloners at the Convention of the ,1I H, Tnwniihlp a H, U
about 125 charming ladles of the IIK" *3 l-lHdt: W. K. CHANDLER.
First Run ana"Mrs. Association of County Commissioners I l t1 S .r. Ilk t t'Iy Park Hilt| t r
Latest R. ,U McDowellof "
Pilot '
Club. who .
are holding their "V A t"s A DOORS OPEN DAILY AT 1 P. M.- Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. of the State of Florida in Annual State Convention, at the :3H. TowiiRhlp a H Ilitiimi 11 1.1..... EXPERT ; ; .I
Jacksonville the last three 'tl lays UilK S, V of idle a ('"'' Park WATCH REPAIRING '
McDow I1'8 parent, Mr.. and Mrs. f"'II'' Tampa Terrace on this dole also fliP I W .A ("s Adds to 8Urk. ttrnttlnn -
Friday, March 21 John TJglow, last Sunday( ; of this week. about 50 Junior League girls.! least. rl. To.fii.lili C' N, Range SIw "

Bruce Bennett r''' Anita Louise In f.' who formerly Dinner will be served and then J.ul I 'I>r 1I1k t'Ity Nark Nth WATCHES RINGS a
John Rltch 11/edhere.
.e fs Add'n tu Hlarka. JEWELRY .
Hwtlon _
The'RevLaurie on to the magnificent Palm Room
"PHANTOM SUBMARINE" Ray pastorof .but now makes his home' in for :S", :Township' S H, lti>nir ,,i. I
'College Heights Church in .' entertainment and dancingto t. t a of Illk S ('Itr ':.:INlr-| W
ValdoHtsv Ga.; was here Sunday C,. Adil'n, To'Serve r I
AlsoE Lakeland was here Monday fora Rudy Bundy's,orchestra. The to Klurkn Nsction IS. Two Watchmaker '
visiting }rr, and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Towimhlp a H. UUIIKO II Kast. ; '
Smith Specialty Cartoon short stay with relatives. officers will spend the night at Lot 14 of Rile a 'Uy I'urk Milt| You ;
A Pete -
F. B. L- and Mrs. Carrie Ritch and W A <". Add'n to Htitrk Hm-tlon.
also, viewing the:' many changes the Tampa Terrace then Sunday 21, rowiiHhlii' S H, Renee II Ku.ft. 100 Cbll Street i iANNOUNCING
lol,', and Mrs.W.'S. Clark have '' breakfast and lunch. Including but IS of Ink a lily lltrk Nil/| {
Saturday, March 22 that have taken 'place In Starke otber entertainment features W A I1. Ad.I'n to JIIlao'k. Hvrllwn STARKE. FLORIDA s I It Iy
returned\ homei'l.fl"OlU'; Savannah. section. III, 'l'nW""hlp II H, ltnnK" 13 11.1: t
and the Klng !
DQUDLE FEATUREMIDNIGHT Ga.. where they have been l.l.rJ..ake : to. leaving time to be back at Lot s. a Hlk t. flty lark Hl| >.l II

John Howard In SHOW 11:30 ing/for the pastdlew
["TexasRangers ts visit-I I Mr. and Mrs. .t. N. Brlnce- will, have to bv, msttelvery e

Special:Attraction Miss Martta Anderson,. field of lIuntingto ,..W. Va." who I early and not later t ant' r

Ride Again"and Bela Lugosi, In My rs; and ;'MI tMUJle .Tomlin- I have made their home' here since April. I TIII5' OPENING I'
fie leaving Starke
Zombie"uMurderOver on., of Ortandoyrare new em- last September, Information on these tours has
Charlie : In "White ployes at the(Western Union. this week. Mr. 'Brlncefleld" has already been released to out of

We Dare, ,You ..To See This f, '.1\;\ been employed'a construction town newspapers' so that when< NEW METHOD CLEANERS ( b
Camp Blanding. while
Horror Mr. and Mm. A. B. Hurley of work at relatives come to Stark to visit

New York?' Spine'Tingling! ; Miami are making their home In !ofr.'. Brlncefleld been an em- their boys they too can participate I K. O. EDWARDS, Owner I ,

Picture : Starke: Mr. Hurley Is an em- ploye at KOCh-D i.. store. in these trips at a coat they I
of The .
|.tlso-;; Chater; 9 d
Also Selected Shorts : ploye'' of the Blanding Grill. maybe could not do otherwise, r
Green: }Hornet I I William F. Glover Jr.. small and not only visit their loVed'' PROMW SRRV1CE ,,

of Mr. and Mrs., William F. f
Vaasle Howard pharmacist at son ones, but see Florida too. The t
SUNDAY & MONDAY March 23 & 24 thenRexall, Drug store, was In Glover. Sr.. is In ,St. Luke's Hosrlfal cost of these tours will Include

James! Cagney Ann Sheridan In Quitmah Ga., for the week-end ,; Jacksonville with a formof everything from the time ot leav- Satisfaction Guaranteed

his wife and friend non-contagious meningitis. Mr. ing camp to the! time of return. I
visiting "
Glover Is a ward.IIt'nllint\ at Plane are also being made fur

Mouse Cartoon and Mrs.'C.' A. Knight was In Jacksonville the Station Hospital a t Camp shorter' tours for men at camp Phone 135 f;
Itlandlng unit lives:! at Thei-CxHa.' who have limited I leave. I t '
"Christmas Under Fire"Tuesday this week to select: fur 315 Temple Ave Starke Firs
niture for the Bradford County He reports the child renting well. So the Chamber of Commerce I l ,

March 25 Abstract Company's new of Ice. :(0)' Spring Frolic will not only be a '

BARGAIN DAY-ADMISSION 15c I '. Sunday night A K.( Sparks festive occasion but a practical I
*-* -"." '' -, _. .Col,> and'oMrS;,,!).. B.; Knightand went to.Church l a.vlnghU keys
: AH'StarCast; 'In- : ,, hanging''In his"phstoffice box. p. .f. .
H. V. ''
Col. and Mrs. Knight .
"WORLD IN FLAMES"AlsoMuslcal When he returned to the postof- ,
and children visited 'the Marine :
flce after church he found a note H.
Short and Cartoon Studios' In St. Augustine Sunday. k
fl.' outside of the box paying "Mr. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY nI'

Wednesday &, Thursday, March 26 & 27 Mrs.; Marvin Hazen. Mrs. R. P. box.Sparks" His your name\ keys was are on Inside the bunch your "t. l I' j
Cochran Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and
Clark Gable Hedy Lamar, In of keys, and someone, was ,thou bt-
Luclle Mitchell Wednesday -
MM spent
ful enough to lock them Inside of
"COMRADE X" Jacksonville. tJI
: afternoon In BIRDS EYE
the box. He wishes to e.xpiesshis
Also-Latest M. G.' M. Newsreel and gratitude to whoever did It. t t }

Merry Melody Cartoon Mamie Louise Henry, small ,'

daughter of A. H.. Henry of the F LI. Ralph Cox'J left last week b

John Denmark, Furniture Co., fell for Camp Livingstone ,near Alex- FROSTED FOODS ;

recently and cut her hand Beverly.Mr. :. andria. La.( ,whelp the has ,been ::

called Into service with, the 49th ,

NAT SEZ: and >frs.C. S. Lindsey and Field Artillery. Mrs. Cox and

eon 'of Wlnston-Salem N.. C., baby daughter, Cyhthlu,, will,, remain Deliciously Fresh

4 I can remember- were,here the first ,of the week In Starke for.the present f

( visiting Mr. and.'Mrs. D. P. Car- with Mrs. Cox$. parents' Mr. and j'

r";r When the stores In'StAu'ke cloned I penter., Mrs. D. L., Silcox, "For, the,.past

up on Sunday. .l r' ? several ..month y.J1ave made h l

\\7in we had hltrhln posts In- Mrs.. H.. A. Carlton of ,Jackson- their home in Live Oak where Mr. ... - .- I
stvitd of Parking meter! with her - i, "tN '
ville spent Sunday here Cox was employed wJth the Farm ,t> /1,
When a tin Uzzla wa a thing of husband who;lit employed In the Security Admlnlittratlon.Mr :

beauty and a Joy loreer.When I office of the Bradford, County BOX ff 7.

all the fish that were .Telegraph. Cha Burton of West Equals 2 1-4 Lbs. ; ,# I

caught came from Bennle' Pool. 'Palm Beach came by Staike early SPINACH

"OoHh them w-ox happy days"THE Miss! Audrey Kennard and Miss Sunday morning and she and her Market Spinach 22c 1'11:

Elizabeth Thomas both employesof father J. B. Row,. went to Jacksonville

the Western Union TelegraphCo. to visit Mrs. A. B. Baker

FREEMAN .. have been out several days of Daytona. 'M.... Baker has so )

with, measles. much improved that. she has been

moved from St. Vincent's Hospital t

Brown to the home>of her brother
Mr. and MrI M. F.' I
and children spent the weekendIn Vernon L. Rowe. J.B.. Rowe GOLDEN BOX'POUND

Tampa with Mrs. Brown's say she will 'come to Starke { Kernel

imif4 mother. Mr* J. J. Fitzgerald and Monday to' spend awhile with CORII' .22c.
him. She U another daughter of :
Mr. :'Fitzgerald. 0 ,Mr:'.Row: '.' '. fAir Serve* 4 ', <. .. Q
N, rf, Pievatt.; manager4 of the 1I

A & Pstore, returned thU weak .School, Seeks
< ,
from ,the,St.: Luke's HoapttftCJacksonville I j'1 li,
Location:; Here '
where he "underwent: :. :

a major operation. The fit. Louis'School'! 'of 'Aeronautics 1 I ;

Is considering the establishment :
blrp., Robert Camper and two .
of a ;--ear.round school Mackerel "
children, of:(, Palatka; were ..InStarfce at,, Stsrke. 'and a"tetter to"tbe 25 :
Mrs. Casper -
visiting .
::1 Sunday 'man- ,City Clerk In'thle'regard brought ... J .
is the
*' husband. who t I '
.n unanlmotur' voteof approValfrom !f .
TJnloau '. .
ager'of the yVeirUm e the"Ctt* Council 'Tuesday: !d:
i t i. '.
t 'J
1i.L.. Hill: *f .Bradford; 'nit."J. ( : : ,. ,. r ""- ..JlW r' ; I

News 'Cd.' left Jacksonville'' for Th$ SghioLdvilI "spend between .. 1 '
.. j
$100.000 and' J2S0.600: here \under .
Hawalt Tw wdyto.:enter the foreign : Y COMPLETE 'LINE'
'setviceof We UJ.S.iArmy: : the condition thaf' Starke nJte WE

:so Medical an airport. ,,of of. least 3.000.'aquare '
He will be laths corps, '
5 feet.. "OF BI'RDS'EYE
J. )L. Edwrdsrlllwas i eer. who ,: .
,s etI3flc ;... 1ul sh .c.IhIIJoo Idui: 'Myrtle Reynolds Johnson, figured that It would I alt. ''t
prevent "
,- r
4J .... .,
fir, v. of DeLand.. t$ opening her-beauty ,require about 204*acres to meet .. ..I., o'.
parlor and:barber shop In Congressman the requirement whereas the. 7. ., '. .a' '< S +

Lei Creen' neWJbulldlngton Biarke airport! consists pf only} o :, .5.JV '
this. week. '
A drafted Court Street ,120 acres:. .
mllitnry type that has been Into .1. :
J, M.>. stateI that he .
civilian service. Men In the service and Congtessman R..A. 4Lex)'Green owned .more' than.\ 400 acres of I

out all admire the crisp clean cut styling, washere) last week to be at the .land tr adjacent" td tJfe airport. any .
bedside of his mother."Mrs. W. H. ,part of which could be purchased I
the comfort and the convenience ,of this Green, *at Lake Butler. She Jo for around '$20'per acre.

Strap'9ft Buckle Freeman Oxford. much; Improved. says.: the Con Carl Johns, clerk; ,. was Instructed M. DARBY'St

gressman. .to acquaint' the. St. Louis
school with the facts and also .

WORN WITH PRIDE BY MIIUONSSTERNBERG'S Mr. and ,lira L.. F. Dink Irs tell; them that the Cly> tease t

have beep frequent visitors -Jrf ,expires ort the JtLrport,m 1943. i;
212 Call St. Starke Fla. r P
'Jacksonville'nfirtng' pa t .-.* --- ,Phone .7.7 Pi

to visit Mr.. Dlnkln's father. CI1_. MANnA CLASH KNVKLOPKS i

Dlnklna of',tawtey.. who. Is critically -DxlZr: (3 per -CRADFOUO,

III In St. Luke's hospital. OOUNTY TELEORAPM. I

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MAR 21 1941ti.

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FARMERS' SECTIONRURAL Army Plans I I Coca-Cola Company Given Contract 1 I Road Problems SUNNY DROOI r4

__ More CantonmentsThe i For National Defense Production Job .To Pester Solons By Miss Arsuia Cro.L FAR.
'- I ,

HINTS FOR TUBHOUSEHOLD War Department has Acting the War Department's'' at being asked to assist" in a bag- 'Supplying money for Florida's Mr, and airs Won,

started aurveys with a view to request Abe Coca-Cola Company loading project of"the munitions highway demands will be one of daughters Joyce Mary ?
SENSE . Louise
COMMON expanding the Army to more than has accepted a contract, througha phase of defense. the biggest problems facing the were VISIting &.
Mrs. J
WAY STILL GOOD CELERY IN THE DIET three million men in case, of an subsidiary, to build and man- The company naturally had expected State Legislature when it con C. Ward and fam"ng'I'

OLD emergency. age an artillery powder bag loadIng to ,be asked to do some venes in April.Hundreds day afternoon.

o ; A return to basic principlesof Celery I it> valuable In the diet Sites for additional camps and plant 'In Alabama as a part job for the government In some of miles of roads are Mrs. J. R. Kelly and

the "horse and buggy days" of chiefly as a rich source of cal- cantonments are being quietly of the nationaldefense, program. field of work at least related to !in need of major improvements Kathryn and Robert tJUJ

I I fanning, wherever, possible I cium. People who are concerned surveyed all over the country, so The undertaking, involving a that done by the company. They or reconstruction, the Federal dinner guests of AIr.H,yparents ,

advocated by Dr. }L Harold with food only as a source of that the Array of 1,418,000 contemplated total of $14.304,000.; was given I suggested some such defense pro- Government has naked $12,000,000of Mr. and Mrs AT, .
University ofnorld& gustatory pleasure prlie: celery for to' the:' company be- gera of Lake Q
i Hume dean of the by next June could be for operation ject.The defense highway building, and Butler yam
{' College of Agriculture, Its texture and flavor, especially quickly doubled In size if sucha cause of its announced "exper- War Department official the counties are seeking funds to Mrs., Inez Kelly, AIrs. ,

for solving many of the problems raw. step were deemed warranted. ience and reputation in production said In reply: "We have gone into pay off about $211.000.000 in road Halslop, and Mrs. Alton \V
confronting the agriculture of Fortunately, it keeps BO well The backbone of the force now management., This sum la for all that. Several companies have and bridge debts. mad a business trip

Florida and the Nation. that much of It can be eaten raw. being created from regular Army building. equipping, operating and asked for this contract. We are Wednesday, to ql\
"Farming la the old 'horse and But there are always the tops and and National Guard troops and managing th 'plkn t. Of this total requesting the Coca-Cola Company road Governor has placed defense Mr. and Mrs. Warren
living, older stalks $1,091,000 Is for equipment.The to take it because projects first on the Kelly
was a way of usually the coarser, selective service is 27 Infantry we want Children Vonclle
buggy days'of producing the necessities that are better cooked. divisions. General George .C. plant will occupy part of a'job of production and our investigation list of new construction! for this Pine Level were and ghMh!( .

t a way of food, feed, clothing, and With celery as with the other Marshall, chief of staff, said that a 20.000-acre site at Childersburg. has shown that no year to but funds are not now Insight Mrs. C. C. Crosby visiting \p( '

shelter for the farmer and his vegetables, it's a good idea to plans are being perfected to en- 40 mites southeast of Birmingham company !in the country has a bet- ments. meet even those require 'Sunday afternoon. and f it

family and stock, first, and fo start It cooking in already boilr large the Army, if need be, to 65: and will load propelling ter record of production than the Mr and Mrs

tp p others second. A subtle change ing salted water, and to use only'eno'Jgl1 such divisions with a minimum, charges tor heavy artillery. Coca-Cola Company. It If' production The Army and Navy have put I family Enoch Rely' .

under way at the turn of water to keep It from delay. I Commenting the develop- we want and your management In heavy requests for new roads and Mrs.spent Russell Sunday with

p the got last century, with the invention drying out. You don't.want to : General Marshall stressed! how- ment, Undersecretary of War can supply It." strategically located around the NormanRaU'ord ,

of the Internal combustion: throwaway the water any vegetable ever, that the surveys were precautionary Robert P. Patterson, In .Washing The Coca-Cola Company officials State's, new crop of training I : Brown of Plant C:

engine and mechanical equipment, Is cooked In, because then and that War Department ton said: "This is an example of then agreed to the request posts. spent a few days with his J.

,, however, and more and more you lose part of the good flavor planning for the Immediate the government policy to use In by the defense commission and t They have asked $2,225,000, Mrs. Arle Brown.

i farmers began concentrating on as well as various minerals and future continued to be based on national defense the managerial the War Department and acceptedthe worth of construction in the \llc. 'I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond t pu.

farming as a w a y of making vitamins. With celery it would the schedules providing for 1.418- ability of successful industrial organizations. Job. The subsidiary company inity of Pensacola Naval Air Station | and Mrs. Alice Oliver of la(,

money. As this\ tendency toward be chiefly calcium and some vitamin 000 men under arms by June. ." was formed. and Fort Barrancas, $2,480.- sonvllle were visiting Mr\

cash crops grew stronger, the B that you would lose. Military men believed a further The Coca-Col&vCompany. It was Executives of the Coca-Cola 000 for the Camp Blandlng area Mrs. C. C. Crosby and f

t basic principle of providing a After the celery is tender and !increase would entail retention of learned from a source close to Company will be lent the new defense $3.500,000 In the Jacksonville Sunday.

{: good, healthful living for the before it's cooked to pieces it the national Guard in active service company officials, was ready always company. Any difference In Naval Air Base section, $696,0001 I|I Mr. and Mrs.,, J. N, Kelly w

farm family became weaker," may be seasoned with butter or beyond the single year now to co-operate with the gov- salaries allowed by the defense 'I for MacDill Field at Tampa, $2- visiting Mr. and Meg. Mill ,ge,

t Dean Hume explained. meat drippings, salt and pepper, contemplated as well as a poe ernment In any problem of national contracts will be assumed by the 600.000 for a new road and ,of Lake Butler Monday\ ,

overemphasis ,., slbta extension of service for defense, but was surprised Coca-Cola Company. bridges to Key West,
Confusion emanating from ...a t r. As you know. It's! $150,000 for I Ernest Hill, Vernon Shoup.
on changes has resulted good: too,-in a:white sauce. And drafted men. The latter are togo ,the Banana River Base section, Phillip Brogden spent the "iii,II

in many farmers toeing sight of I have you ever tried cooking celery automatically Into the reserve Average Age Of Americans Now 28.9 $183.000 for the Tallahassee. Army end. In Marlanna with friemh.

1S the fact that certain requisites of with an equal quantity of upon completion of- their year's Air Base, and $15.000 for work at relatives.

;. peculiar Importance to rural pea turnips or of carrots? celery and training, and will remain subject Margin Of Males Over Females DecliningThe Carlatrom. Field, World War avl-| -u---. R..ID'.?_?", .Vall......J., ulxa.u__ j_!;
to tfflj
}, ple have not and cannot change: tomatoes make another delicious anon training center near Arcadia. Crosby and Mra. Amanda
American is 28.9 of both malesand Site
"Production of the so-called 'caah'd b-about 2 cups of celery average \ females was were visiting Mr.
I years old. the census bureau reported 29.4. Among non-whites, the males Mn. Br!
crops has prevailed In many pieces simmered with a quart of Hampton School A big share of the funds for ton Alvarez Sunday aftemoot.
with the result of insufficient after studying a 5 per cent averaged 25.4: years and females defense road
areas, tomatoes. projects will be
other necessities Offers RoomThe sample of the 1940 census. 25: years. Doris Dyal spent the week,
food Celery tops are mighty useful, supplied by the WPA and other
The showed The Nation older the bu- with Dorothy Norman of HrJ.
1, for the farmer's family too. They may be cooked with Hampton school Is in figures that the grew Federal agencies. Road Depart- bronn..
surpluses and low population Is growing older. In reau'added, by a decUne In the ment officials
The great the chopped stalks for soup. Or to relieve the do not know how
during the condition 1940 the American number of persons under 20 A large crowd from this
of these crops average was years much they will have to a
prices We know
into stews.
they may go at Starke, Prof. M. W Mor- put up
have 2 1-2 older than In a small Increase in those between tion attended the Homeconh1
few years, however, years 1930. but if it Is only 25: '
past one cook who chops her celery per cent-$3-
row there told
principal the
this fundamental fact and six years older than In 1900. 20 and 45. and a large Increase OOOOOo-there will meeting at Pine Level CM
tops fine for beef loaf and also County Board of Public a serious
J home to the farmer: If the rural Men continued' predominate 'Jn..those 65 oc older. strain on the board's Sunday.
for salmon ,loaf. If you, have lion _here, ."We. have lnBtruc-1 finances.
Is to have ample and but the bureau The bureau estimated that the I Mr. !and Mrs. H. B.
family more ,top than you can use pupils," said Proto found that the mar- Florida has. about 44,500 miles Kelly*
It must produce the number of persons 65 or older song i Henry Vincent of Jade
varied food. promptly you can wash them after making a survey we find gin ,of males Dyer females was of roads and city streets of all
food. Returns from the 'cash'crops declining. Some it increased from 6,633,805: in 1930to ville were visiting Mrs.. Brig
thoroughly, then dry them and that we can take care of 136 day was descriptions. Of these, about 7,-
such as cotton are not sufficient put them into a paper sack for more." There were only six pupils said, women would outnumberthe S.056.206 in 1940-a 35 per cent 600 miles are maintained by the Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. 1.1 I
to provide a good living gain. The average gain for all
later use.When!. in the seventh grade, and not men in America as they do State. Kelly Saturday
for the family" Dr. Hume asserted. In Europe and other of age' groups was only 7.2 per cent.
you buy celery examineIt many more in the graduating areas older The Road Robert Ward was in Jack
In Department estimates
1940, out of the
for color, growth cracks, pithiness I class. Prof. Morrow said. Starkeis clvlllza tlons. 100 average that to modernize the State-main villa Thursday afternoon.Mr. .
Poultry, a few pigs, a few cows, blackheart disease, cutworm now taking care of the 106 There were 101.1 males for 39 persona were under 20, tamed system, improvements and Mrs O. E. Crosby
were from 20 to 44 inclusive to
feed, a good garden, and fruit Injury, and seed stem. Don't students from the old Boatdraln every 100 females In 1940. Ten 19.7 4,650 miles of road and children of New River were vlr
were between 45: and 64 Inclusive 771
that -
trees are some of the things throwaway either the coarse District years there were 102.5 males In this
Mr. Morrow said, and ago bridges, will be ing section Sunday site!
and 6.8 65 necessary within
were older.In .
will provide a good living for the outer stalks or the tops but use 100 females. or
Hampton could easily take care the next six
1930 the, In years. The estimated -
them figures these I
farmer anti his family give them In cooked dlnhes.
of that number. Whites constituted 89.8 per cent groups were 38.8, 38.3, 17.4 and cost Is nearly 116000.000, and Mrs. Fate Brown/

good and health Independent, and make the them dean happy ex Sometime_ un____" before______ school_______ reopens of the population In 190. exactly 5.4.: | and the figure does not Include Starke were visiting Mrs An

"These things were pro- GUM BRANCII for the new term the !name! percentage as In 1930. This trend was most marked normal maintenance and administration I Brown'and Miss Nona Bar

plained.duced In ample amounts in ,the Ily iiII'''. Rild Purrlfh Hampton school Is going to -I Among whites the average age among' whites. i Iit costs. Sunday night.eumptton .
approximately $40 worth of
old 'horse and buggy days' and t In 1940 the Road Department
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand done on the building and grounds, of gasoline should sir>

they are Just as essential today eon. Robert of 'Bootseys according to Mr. Morrow. They FL t. STATE FARM VANDERBILTBy received $14,000,000 from State still.
Yet I have noted with sources,to carry on Its work..TheFederal
as ever. Beach were dinner guests of Mr. will fix up one of the rooms, trim ny MlM. Mary Townnenil Miss. Velma Norman However,, the amount tbe OOJ
amazement and something of despair and .. _Government'contributed
I H.
Mrs. H. Keene
_ Sunday the trees, repair the seats, put In t ties have received in credits uncle
that of'our farm Mr. and scour t'izFTIr til Mr, and 'Mrs. \ nboutj $5.000.000.J
many peapie Mrs. Eldon'Sapp and window panes, and spray for ter- : .. : \, F. J\.L Norman the 1931 act Is about $211,000W,(\

are anaemic and under weight lIOn. Rudolph, and Mrs. T. N. Nor- mites. Monday evening Marchl0. the were visiting their daughter,'Mrs , now pay-.a shod' of',enough to pay prlndfi

-rtoo much cash cropping, not man and children. Dorthea andGerald -f- local boy scout, ;. troop, held Its Eugene, Ellis of Wor/thlngton of seven cents on every gallon I and, Interest of debts they ten
enough good foodContinuing .:, were visiting Mrs. Nor of gasoline ? Three
they buy. cent.lgoes
Defense Funds weekly meeting at the Communityhall. II Incurred.for; ;,, road construct!
Dean Hume asserted man's parents, Mr. and 141''. H. Springs recently. .,to the Road Department
Prior .to'Jf! meeting,,;the, They contend that If they m!
: "Always, I have ,held to M.. McRae, 'at 'Pine ,Level Sunday. Pour Into Dixie scouticommIesoner! for ,the 'Mr.' and"J\.tra.\ : J. H. Mannlz'ti of three cents to the counties to payoff cut off from their three-centt t

the view that the farmer.* living i Mho 'W.; F. Hairnage 'has 'returned Suwannee River district, discussed Jacksonville spent a few days credits established under a gallon gasoline tax revenue !thr'

on'the land tilling It and caring after spending the past Defense funds are pouring Into a scout budget" plan and with Mr, and Mrs. Allen Howard 1031 law and the other cent It would be forced to levy otbr!

t for It and loving It, should have three weeks with her son-in-law Dixie at the rate of more than other scout subjects with' the recently split between the school fund and forms of taxes on their peophn

r the best of what that land, with and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. $6.600,000 a day. boys and scoutmaster the general revenue fund. : liquidate the road debts.
k his help and the best of applied\ Dobbs in Palatka. I Mills Mrs. Sarah Alvarez and chil- Gradually the
are working night shifts, Ralph Nettles of Starke counties are exhausting The .counties also argue thi
knowledge, furnish for his was dren were guests of Mrs. Carl
can Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain
air banes and cantonments are their credits under the *
'the since their residents help pay
family, for his table. I believe of Hampton were visiting relatives rising from fields worn out by Frank recent Crews.week-end' visitor' of Sapp of Heilbronn recently.Mr. 1931 law, and the money then State gasoline tax they ought k I*
his claim on products of the soil here Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. F. M. Normanof
more than a century and a half reverts to the State for highway : receive something back for urn
should come first. Mr. and Mrs. Mancle have Mrs.. O. E. Crews. Mrs. J. W. Vanderbilt attended the
returned of cotton planting, and retail merchants SingIng construction. If the law were allowed the roads they drive over dally
"The farmer must produce food to Miami where they will report a boom unequalled Woodard, Mrs. .J, ,E Townsend Convention at Graham. to stand, the Road Depart- Capitol obnervers appear certir
and other necessities for urban I make their home. Miss ,Iris Crews', and Miss Mary
since cotton sold ment'a
for 40 cents a revenue would increase at that the Legislature will no>
people, but it Le alao his Job- Allen Howard and sons of Fairbanks pound more than 20 years ago. Townsend, were a bop ping 1 in 8ALESPAD9 each-BRAD- the rate of $1.000,000 a year or I some revision of the gasoline!
and' more Important than were dinner of H. H. Jacksonville recently. FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. I
any- guests A breakdown of Federal con- more, even if the annual con distribution system.
thing else-to produce' what his Keene Sunday. tracts and expenditures for the

family needs, first. Farming ,began Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae oftarke seven months between July 1,

1 In this country as a way of S were Visiting Mr and Mrs. 1040 and last January 31, shows

life and to be healthy, happy and T. N. Norman Sunday afternoon.Mr. 1399048.648 allotted for defense A,1u'

successful the farmer muat,-return ., and Mrs. F. S. Shaw and projects In 11 Southern States.

to that old basic principle* I children of the State Farm were Alabama, Virginia and South Carolina -

visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner pre receiving the lions' *

SAMPSON CITYBy Sunday.Mr. share of the funds. Virginia and

\\\I.... S. E. Jones and Mrs. Vanlce Keene and South Carolina with their Navy

ton. Venice Jr., were visiting Mr. Yards have projects resulting In HYDRA-MATIC
Mrs. Gilbert Brown spent last and Mrs. Carl Hilliard Sunday contracts and awards
week in Lake Butler visiting her.. ,ft.rr>9v>n. $807.654.653.: : and $141.604.827.
mother, ]I.ra Wlmberly. Mr. and
Mrs. T. N.
respectively, Alabama
Mr. and \Mrs. Mason Bennett and son, Gerald and Mr. and the Southern steel 4 ,
Industry, WBRA0
and Mrs. Emma I"
Chapman of Mrs Kldon Sapp and son, Rudolph or will receive funds totaling ap- t00'BR NO.MBA.BgNGINR
Mansfield. Oa., were
guests of were visiting the bedside proximately 114000000.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. olk this at little Lynn McRae 11
week. who Is very Totals listed for other States MIBR BOD BY F l .
ill In a Palatka .
Hospital.Mrs. are: Florida $
J. R. Merritt of Ft. Pierce andMrs. Edit Parrlsh was visiting; 41891.485: ; Louisiana, ; .28627.Georgia LUXURIpB a DUAL

Tedder of Jacksonville were Mrs. Eaton Parrlsh Monday mornIng 059: ; Mississippi. $17.807.401 NEW R H ERiN0 NO fmwzuur TBOB UP-SWUVG'S
visiting Mrs. S. '
E. Jones Saturday
at Hellbronn. -
afternoon. North Carolina $46.709.887; Tenn- cgNTBRQUAUTYTHROUGw TO' oxjfsauaauxjsf
.Mrs. Marie Dyal! and Mrs. Etta. will Friends of Mrs. Rosa Stanley esuee. $M, $30,74:5.: Kentucky, $22.- MOUsoi T11B IT'S A SHORT easy step to Oldsmobile-a
; be interested to learn of 98!).&&3, and Arkansas AJ OYE up
fae Warren and Eula Mae Smith her marriage to Thomas Hart onaatUN.Y $6.079.462. PR1Ci6 p JUST tep-fOM can take In stride! Come in and let us

were vUltors to Gainesville Fri MAtch 8. show you what little difference in price there is .
day.Howard Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons and U. S. Birth Rate between de luxe model lowest-priced cars and lo t. o M i o a a t r

Drown was a visitorto .daughter Betty Jean, and Connie Shows IncreaseAn 41' the Olds Special Six.Then take a trial drive and

Hawthorne one day this week. Marie! were visiting Mrs. Cle discover how much more you get in Oldsmobile I

Mr and Mrs. Lem Brown enJoyed raoniT parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ks estimate that' 2.350.000

a pleasant trip to Jack- ton: ParrUh. Sunday. babies were born In the United 4bsae

latka sonvllle. St. Augustine, and Pa- States last year, the highest number C upe. Sd.fl

Mrs.Sunday.W. H. Smith was visiting Building PermitslirBlviiir sine 1930, came from the For Spetla at8 8, delireNd%. 01ttoenf drf
'' Census Bureau.
I r 31atfY, t :1'< eta State fro-
relatives at Hawthorne Friday Jobn Marshall March 3, frame This was approximately 100,000 prides At10 h Igan aeasori eo lice. 5 < ..
: '
Mr. n
and Mrs. Artford and
Brown garage Church without ti ;
Street. $150 greater than the' 1939 total and nge
visited relatives at Drooker one Henry Griffin Feb. 25: frame resldence. lifted the national birth rate from eet to 'pyan.inA 1x' ,

day this week. $MX>; Malory Thomas 17.3 to 18 for every 1,000 of

Mr. and Mrs Mildred Varnes March! 5, frame rexldrncp. LJv ulation. The rate was the lowest pop- "'S

visited their eon. Curtis. In Pa- ingston, Truby A Co., $1,000; W In 1933: when I It stood at 16.S.
latka Sunday. W' Wade :March 1, frame real- Nevertheless Pine-car feature alone put Oldsmobile In a claws any
Mr. and Mra Curtis Varnes of lence. remodeling $MO. that the bureau said by itself. Add Hydra-Matio Drive and YOU' have rt t .'

Palatka spent the day with Mr. John E. Marshall, $2.500, frame trend long-range birth rate a line-up of modern advancements no' other 'sww "t
and Mrs. Mildred Varne rev I residence Church Sf,. ,L still was downward. It attributed car can match I With Hydra-Matte Drhre geara 'cl''
the 1940 rise
cently. largely to shift utomticIJy. There's no clutch'pbdtl
h:.'. and Mrs. Ray Goodge of 'leer' George White |building$OO, cafe anil 1 the fact that persons born of marriages in the car. You get quicker getaway snappier I''

Maxville were visiting relatives during the Immediate poet- response smoother open road cruising-and all

and friends here recently. World< War period-which saw a at substantial savings on gasolinev Come in and '

Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones and 'Park Cafe Enlarged !sharp' upturn In weddings-had join the modern swing-the Hydra-Matic wayl) _

Mr. Jones' mother were visiting The Park Cafe reached the reproductive ages. *HYDRA-MATIC DMVK OPTIONAL AT EXTRA COST
has t
Mrs. R. A. Thomas of Starke enlarged recently Another possible! factor the bureau -
Sunday tad quarters by remodeling said, was the Increase in THE SWING
renovating the apace north o :marriages which
Mm. Gilbert Brown was In hem normally accompanies
same building The) better OLDSMOBILE' mur ttovrf-lttlvfA
Starke on business : economic conditions. '
week.Mrs. one day last and Save other Installed fixtures booths, counten The Increased birth rate was IS ON-'TO OtUVtHY=A **?*?
and are
Shl Smith was shopping carry 'Accompanied by a decrease In the -
nj on their business
in both
In Gainesville one day last week. Infant mortality rate from 48 to
Mrs. Mira Dyal is home W. O. Nelson U tht (7.9 deaths for every 1.000 births.
at to jontractor.: Torode CHevrolt
her friends at the Triangle.,fuimg ,and, Nick Slavrlanoa Kopelousoi However, the overall death rate Co.Starke
t are the
f station on Road 13. er.' own. Increased from 10.6 to 10.8 deaths .

'or each l.OOO of population. Florida



'III ,
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ML\R\ 2'1. 1941 i ; ,


I:::::tl:::: GRAHAM BETHEL "i

'F.t R. AROUND LAWTEYWith 1 By Mrs. L. C. Smith Hampton Happenings Bjr Mra. D. D. Woodard' ','' I f :

49YW Ruby Moore Mrs. I. W. Dyal Left Sunday Mrs. D. D. Woodard and Ramer. f e

for a visit of, several days with In Lake Cltx. I'I'J ': 1 i
Smith were visiting ; : i
Mr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Ity Mrs M. W. Morrow !MR. MORROW'S MOTHER. DIES 'J
,Ell, ISO OF MISS BOOGESS I I GRADUATION EXERCISES MRS HILL ENTERTAINS Lewis In Jacksonville.. Mrs. E. C. Morrow, mother of Thursday night f,), -
fro t I JONES SOLEMNIZED; FOK BIBLE SCHOOL HONORING MRS. JONES MRS. ELIZABETH BLADE DIES M.' W. Morrow of Hampton, died Mr* A. M. Cllstson and children 'I I' "
11111cJuJ& I\Uc.and Mre. C. U Boggew oft I I The Graduation Exercises' for Mrs Louis H. Hill entertainedat A number of relatives and FUNERAL TUESDAY at her home in Fort Pierce Mon- were visiting In Lake City last
I'rlends at the homo of
Funeral for
services Mrs. Elizabeth -
of the
the marriage Dally Vacation Bible School day morning. Funeral servlres wek-end.
announce tea from 3:00 until 5:00: o'
Utr. and Mrs. F. T: s
Abernathy Slade, 89, one of Hampton'soldest
daughter, Miss Floretne were held Friday night, March clock Tuesday afternoon honoring will be held Friday afternoon !In Mra. J. M. Allen and little son '
In honor of Mrs. Abernathy' i
Sunday citizen who
Vd, Mr. William Halite 14, at the Lawtey Baptist Church. Mrs William Halite Jones of died early Slippery Rock, Pa. Mr. Morrow week.
to last
us., birthday Lunch visiting In Olustee
was were
Monday morning at the home of
Sunday morning March The ,Impressive program of the Stuart, a bride of last Sunday. and his! father left, Tuesday? ,tnonv
service !served out under the large cam- her son, W. M. Blade; following Mr.. and Mrs. Dave Wooded
h o'clock at the Firat was as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Jones sev- Ing for Pennsylvania.
930: spent phor trees In the yard. Everyone a two,week's tllnens, were held at j '
of Gainesville
L'V: of that city. Call to eral In and friends
a, Church Worship: "The Lord lain days Lawtey while on
(st nice time and .
0 reported a the graveside Tuesday afternoon CARD OF THANKS visiting Mr. D. D. Woodard" Sunday -
', [- mourtn TojourIAmour" Ilia Holy Temple"-George F. their wedding trip. wished Mrs. Abernathy many with ,the Rev. Charles Robinsonof Wo wish to express our ap- evening.
t :! f-At were sung by Root. Miss Beverly Cary and Miss more happy birthdays. Palatka officiating. She Wall preciation for the many kindnesses of '
, 1\\'', [ Mildred Smart, accompanied Period of Silent Prayer. Marie There met the guest at Mrs. H. D. Rogers and Mrs. a member of the Baptist Church. shown us and for the expressions Mr. and Mrs. of Ira relative Allen In
pianist, be- Prayer: Lee Enfield Pastor Starke were guests
Coutsnt the door and Mrs. Hill Introduced
Edna Surviving two William of '
L. C. Smith were visiting In are eons sympathy during our
eufWh the entrance of the weddingto Song: "A Mighty Fortress" them to the honoree. Mrs. J. T, Gainesville Thursday. Slade and Oliver Slade of recent bereavement. Lake City Sunday .

the strains of "Mendele- School. Moore and Mrs. W. Hall Edwards Mr and Mrs. Clarence; Melton Hampton; also two sisters. Mrs. -The family of Mrs Elizabeth 1 i
Mr.til.. "Wedding March. Scripture Reading. assisted throughout the afternoon Slade.
|t, Salutes to the United of Starke were dinner guests of Loller Todd. Hellbronn Springs, If Loeea AcId ca....
I lit ushers. Wai- States pouring tea and Mrs. Lee En- I I I
by the and Mrs. Annie Blume, Lake But '
oded and Nelson Blocker Flag the Christian Flag and the field, Mlsa Enza Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal Sun- ler; and two brothers. Simmie Mrs :J. B. Prevail and Infant\ FREE: lr.upfn.ofS aer **

"I'll' Parks Miss Flossie Boggess. Bible. Miss Clara Mae Harley also aidedIn day. Thomaa of Graham and Edward! son have returned( from the Vie.,.. Indl........
' lot eland)honor, and the tittyir Song with motions: "BI.B.L.E /nerving the guests. Vernon Dyal, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of Gainesville; also 13 Alachua County Hospital In BloaUnx.Gaa,.,....-tburn.lUIchln,

I, Jollcne KIckllter, the -Beginner Department. The reception hall and sunroom Clyde Strickland and Misses grandchildren and nine great Gainesville Mauna. get a free sample of UDCA
fill herr Recitation: Elma Crews. Ona Lee Strickland attended Miss Pearl Dose visitor' and /re.rr T..tln booklet at t
atII10iIt t C CI | In marriage by of the Hill home were dec grandchildren. Interment was In walt a a
given Chorus by the School: "Amen church at Mt. Hareb Sunday. In Waycrosa, Ga.. CARPENTKR'8 DRUG STORK
I', Mr. C. L. Boggess was orated with pink gladioli; the Sante Fe Cemetery.Mrs. Wednesday t
i the altar by Mr. Jones, Brother, Amen." mahogany living room table re- I i rf.
Ibis at best man Graydon Jone Naming the Books of the flected the glow of a large bowl BOOTSEY'S BEACH II. C. Touchton and son '
I Ob, the Bible: Bobby Whitehead and Mar filled with red Radiance rotten, fly Miss Ktftw travtlonlMr. j Curtis of Valdosta Ga., were In FUNERAL DIRECTOR
I r lit, le morning sun through shedding I vin Warren. while a color scheme of green and i, town several days this week My ""Any'ea.... Experience J Make It l'oMlble for Me to Render
r. IItilt lows of the gladioli and Song: "One Door and Only yellow was artistically carried out and Mrs. 'R. N. Crawford j, J. J. Boyd Ernest! and Randall KFVlriKNT.' UOMIT sad COURTEOUS 8BKV1CB\: ,
I on calla lilies One and Luther Chlitm attended churchat ilruyd In Jack
Saturday on-
; : Primary ,Department. spent MODERATE PRICES
In the dining room.
Ll(I palmfl, gave; majesticViy :I. Chorus: "The Railroad Chorus"by Union Sunday. and were dinner I vllle.I '; .
wedding service I I A natural-color lace cloth covered D \VITT C. JONES : :
to the guests of Mr. and Mra H. H.
YlriElil ; the Reverend School. the large dining room table, She: Flora Bb'j Brown and SUrke Florida ,'I ;
the pastor Keene of Gum Branch
| by I Recitation: The DooUn of the centered with calendulas, at which I non. Lamar, of Galnnnvllle have I
Thomas. Plble In their correct Divisions-: Mrs. Moore poured tea from 3 We are glad to welcome to our been spending several days with :
ohengrln'lI "Bridal Chorus" I Junior section Mr. '&.n4 l Mrs. Walter ,
2e Department.23rd until 4 o'clock and Mm Edwards: i Mrs. Browne mother, Mrs. Eva j',
eW f as the Recessional by Brewer and family of Moneete, '
played I Psalm: Junior Boys. I I from 4 until 5>> o'clock. Dainty Ulrt.I : r ...
i1t Coutant. 1st Psalm: Junior Girls I, andwlchea and tiny cakes Iced Ark.Mr. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wynn have IN A CLASS BY IT5ELFx '
white 'I
bride, attractive a Song: "Sweeter as the Days Go'' In pale green and yellow further and Mrs. Burton Rosierof returned from Fort B.isaenger 1 ,
Icrene gown with high pointed By": chorus by Juniors. carried out the color Bcheme. Starke spent Saturday night where they visited their son J. i 'X, .( f
Slfc, \ line and round yoke trlmf Vocal Duet: Evelyn Kdwarda Out cf town guests were: Mrs. and Sunday here with his par- C. Wynn. Mr. Wynn Is now backat "' t

> BIT f with tiny artificial Testament rose buds, : and Evelyn Warren. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. Fred Guy, ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier. work, after several weeks ofIllne iiimI1' ', 'I I Ij

sot hed a white leather with Recitation: "The Dollar and the Mrs. E. L. BlKgs. Mrs. W. E. Miss Effle -Crawford was a *. ,
''eYe9s. ribbon streamers/ tied : Cent"-Bobby Plummer. Torode Mrs. W. E. Torode.. Jr., visitor to Silver Springs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watteraon '
//It pge blossoms. A dress to lengthon her Quotation: "The Seven I Ams" Miss Lucille Torode, Mrs. Law- Mr. and Mrs., Clyde Starling and the Rev. C. A. Warren of i ir 1 1I

veil was attached -Irene Frevatt and Evelyn Ed- rence Din kin s Mrs. Clifton and family of Lawtey were visitors Alachua visited with Mra Josephine s.l feeells I '
eo hat adorned with garfifw wattls' Brown Miss Abbie Harley to this section' Sunday after- Sullivan at Theroasa Sun TRY IT TODAY ted I

ae ofor Quotation: "The Beatitudes" Starke; and Miss Beverly Cady' noon. day. Mra Sullivan Is seriously irSETSTHI PACE IN THE QUALITV KACFfy a tee.. \, ,
o Flossie Boggeaa maid S'.I ,
Vergle Drawdy.
111111 and cousin of the bride, I Scripture Passage: Billy Edwards of Miand Mrs. A. J. Herrlngton R.w aL : ,f, ti' I-
of Postal
an aqua street length tall- and Coleman Phillips.. VOITNO I'..O"I..ES C'HURCII spent Sunday In Jacksonville. t ,

r. _._ model;; with a natural tone Quotation of Scripture: Dorothy BEGINS REGULAR MEETINGS! R. L. Kemp, formerly managerof Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dennison II. : I t
"kR1IIiI the-face straw hat, with aces55 Prevatt. The Lawtey Young Peoples the Western Union Is the new were whoppers in Gainesville Saturday ':; 1 I

: to match and carried an Closing Chorus: "Every Day of I Church, an organization recently manager of the I< Postal TelegraphCo. .f 1ijh
dlkl.t i bouquet of yellow roses andr the Week" by School. established by the Lawtey Baptist 0daughter Miss Ruth Gregg; of Palatka ls 1 [

,- Spring flowers.. The awarding of graduation Church held Its first regular I I the guest of Mr and Mrs. A. J. !4igRFTY W' \
the Jollene KIckllter was arming certificates was postponed until weekly meeting Tuesday afternoon there, returning Thurs.':, Herrlngton. 1 :

( picture In her ruffled Tuesday afternoon, March 18, at March 18 at 2:30: o'clock day to remain in Lawtey for an- Mrs. C. C Wynn has as her
Ete organdy with yellow belt the first meeting of the Young at the church, and will continueto other week. guest this week her mother Mrs. ;i i

nil vf1' I pancake hat as she scattered People's Church, due to their meet each Tuesday afternoon :Miss Elizabeth Plummer and Thomas ij'i, qf.

Ilk petals before the bride. late delivery. with the following officers off Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Plummer and There will be services at the Do Your Trading .I ll t, ,'

i wedding breakfast followed I After the closing of the serI flclatlng: children o f Jacksonville spent' Christian Church Sunday evening t'' ,, /
marriage ceremony at the I vice the parents and visitors Pastor: Bobby Plummer.Secretary Sunday afternoon visiting Mr. and conducted by a chaplain from where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware an 'tf;
ai of the bride's parents, Mr. : Evelyn Warren. Bland Ing. Everybody I. Invited I :
Mrs. M. B. Plummer. Barbara Camp
were Invited to visit the classrooms given away with every $40 In trade
All Mrs. C. L. Boggess. Treasurer: Bobby Whltehead. them' to attend.
: to Inspect the hand work Ann Plummer accompanied : certificates. +
roe be home was attractively dec- students in Deacons: Henry Bennett, Cole on their return home to spend'i Mr. and Mrs H. B. Wiggins or ,
the A
accomplished by Are Redeem +
In gladioli and ferns man Phillip, James Phillips, and the Sunday In Mac-
ted roses the two weeks that the school some time with Mr. and Mrs. O. .pent day In { '
rte the bride's table, laid with was In session."SUNBEAMS". Marvin Warren. B. Plummer. I clenny. They were accompaniedby You .JI SMITH'S GARAGE ,
white lace cloth, held the four Deaconesses: Lou Edwards Mrs Enoch Mrs. George Williams and feTAIlKE FLORIDA
Mrs. Carl Wooten
; (
Anders, !
wedding cake surmountedh ORGANIZED Joella Wooten Virginia Grlffls. Miss Anna Catherine'' small son, Howell. t

,'IXJndfI a tiny bride and groom. The Sunbeams, a Bible atudy and Ernestine Moore. Wooten Joella and Wayne ( p
Upon their return' from their group for all children In, Lawteyand Pianist: Lou Edwards. Wooten and Mr Arthur Grlffls
Ooh Mr. and,Mrs. Jones Song leader: Ernestine Moore.A .
lading trip vicinity will meet at. the spent Sunday, March 9th at Sli-
l m reelde In the' Sunshine Apart- :awt.y Baptist Church every, Fri- missionary story was" ,told
ver Spring.
hall inta.! Camden Avenue, Stuart. day afternoon at 2:30: o'clock. by Miss' E. Massey and the certificates ,
01 the of the Dally Vacation Miss Pauline FalrcloUi returnedto
I Out of town gueata for
Miss E. Massey will supervisethe
, out. Lawtey Sunday evening aftera EREE
fill were: Mr. and Mrs. Bible School were given P
mony for
classes and the teachers week-end trip, to h e r former 's
uls H. Hill Miss Enza Blanch- the Sunbeams will include Miss and John Godwin
Arthur home In Lake Butler
J, Lawtey; Miss Beverly Cady Evelyn War r e n, Miss Vergle returned home last Sunday after dS a'
Icluonvlle Mrs. N. 8. Blount, Mr. and Mrs Joe Harrell Jr., 'ti
; and Miss Ma. Clearwater -
aey. to
a four day trip Tampa :
sI Mr. mad a business trip to Jacksonville
a Eunice Englehart.
Groups will be graded accordingto St. Petersburg, Sarasota
> Jones, Fort Myers; Mr. and last Monday. ynotuse' I :
the children's ages and each and the W e a t Coast beaches. '
etass A Robert Boone, Miami, ; Mr. class will have suitable hand- While In Sarasota they visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of .
id Mrs. Cy Fox Fort Pierce work project the Rlngling Art Museum where Jacksonville spent Sunday visiting
tt I Id Mr. and Mrs William Miller, friends. and relatives in Lawtey. .
)'11'. Grlffls stated that they
'aU eat Palm Beach. of, original Paul I.{. Moore was a Sunday
Happy Birthday Greetings many fine copies n"J'Hif P
of and
visitor\ In the home Mr
'1& [Miss Mary Edwards and Rexon :Jtls week to Mr. :J. E. Warren paintings that he ha4 seen In Mrs. :J. H.: Moore.

A, both of Jacksonville, were Marvin Warren. and Bobby Italy, France and other foreign ;; .'
'0i ailing Sunday with Mr. and 'lununer. countries a number of years ago. Friends of James' Anders will ==; r :
Irs. Will H. Edwards and Mr And CONGRATULATIONSo Mrs E. D. Boyer of Deland regret that he confined to his ;
hd Mrs. :J. H. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Edwards spent last week-end with Mr. and home because of a broken ankle.
\ )
I Mrs M. B. Plummer and Mrs. m the celebration of their first Mrs. W. F. Moore going to The accident occured during the ar ;t : l
Hrl Wooten were shopping In wedding anniversary. Jacksonville Sunday afternoon to latter part of last: week In a basketball !r.l 'V

kckwnvllle Monday. spend several days with her game. :-iIr-------T 11' :

,ilf" ,

r T J 'ltAej EGene. c2 eJi sou j )I IfJ: /<, "'

I rI a eil/ej f ''I.;.., i iIf '

,.,; '

, flfljI II I 'C : :; I1ll1llh1llhtttilIIi I .' to en-joy J I r ,


,k.t.: ..' GOO BEER GETTING right down to It, one reason They can double the air supply as well J

--- much 10 as the gasoline feed and that's
i I you get as as % to some
,t r \ 'I- try JAX ."r. 15% more miles per gallon from a 1941 thing you can't do in any ftingte-carbu-
: e I
___ii:; FIREBALL Buick with Compound Carburet retor car.

The Famous Drink of friendship I ion is that this engine is supplied So Compound Carburetion gets as

I with more air. much as 800:! mile for tho gas-cost of
: i in'Northeast
Hardly a town ,
700 in earlier IJuicks of the same size.
Florida hasn't seen its old landmarks I }
For it Is mixture of gasoline and air -
"change with the pa.s a It also I provided a Walloping big bank of
,!t $b ing'I I that gives
AffiT you power. .,
Yet 4 reserve which;
Aw years., some power, 'means an, up-
untouched by time..cherished f and-at-'cm lift and surge that's nothing {
single carburetor how
A no matter
reminders of Florida' first : short t of thrilling to experience.And .
many jets it bat, can handle only so ? /
and distant days. ,
w : i I much air. you can have Compound Carbu

Another cherished old-timer is :' rction, you know, on any: 1941 Buick:

?'+ JAX Beer, popular with,lover Rut two carburetors that function as )t'sonlyafewdol. t '

of beer since 1914. now i lars extra on the fRlClt ys )
,;i good % .
+. / steadily sweeping upward taI + I "needed as is the case! in Compound swell big SPECIAL S L- '- :.- ,ti y I
y b.
I new sales' peaks. And no I Carburetion, can meet any fuel-supply pictured here,and $. >, '' .

.a, wonder..for JAX is a smooth from low-speed! to heavy-power standard equip- 5need ',,: $

and mellow beer made of choice .fitlq t use and always provide a well-bal ment on all other ::ti'Tr' Y

; .,t '" American materials' by-experi-- anced mixture models for, 'h.'tU1f;'.; "'

enced American b'rewmasters.If :) Coups'. ) .;V /

"I I- ,. I you, too, like a downright f. .. I it I! l tlditJn'lrl '
) ) day* i' Y and refreshing beer, you'll .J ItrIE g at l'li"t, Af l.
k good B.
d I b p ,w.r y yew /e''l 11'/14 liJlWall linl, Halifax, '.
id _rw enjoy JAX. Try a bottle today I I optional tjnifmrnl and tcctitfritf 1

IJIlMnAa or cnuiAi MOTOIS VAIUS txlra./ Prk,1I111'Vn;t tttangi .
I without series 1 Vty
/ .. ""

N -- The City Gate of Auguitfcie more

R' than 40 yean ago. Pram the Wore REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY .
1110 / k'++r Collection, St. Awgiutttur..

MALE Corner Madison and Walnut Streets Starke, .Florida

you Can't Say a Setter Seer at Any Price t FLORIDA ..J .. WHIM BITTI AUTOMOSIUS Al SUIII SUICK Will ftlfllD TRIM t

"$ 1' ',

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\ MAR 2,1, 1941MkoiiT ''f, '


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Walgreen Agency Will Open TodayWalgreen Faith In StarkeE.

L. Bell, representative! of the VVa1gretr

In Price Illustrated be an doling in the famous who was in Starke in connection with Cot:
Advantages agency the
I Studied Starke Closely I Walgreen products. of agency here today, ,said: "The fact nJ"

." By Advertisement Of Before Making Decision To Enter Field I "Starke Is a wonderful town" green granted the Canova Pharmacy an ages that W*'
Starke shows that we are sold yi
Sale on
1'r ; ,, Opening "Walgreen would never have come: to expect from the Wal- Mr. Bell commented. "In spite of looks like Starke is a good investment Florida, "d* !ln

indication of faith in the tpenecl an agency In Starke if It t ,green 'traderr rk. being rushed to death, the people of the very few small towns that Wakrrepn This ie 1
Ihtvtiptant)l news 'and a good lid net have concrete faith in the :Air. Bell! has been In Stoike still take time' to be friendly.The l fit to enter." haa' vti
: evidenced today with the opening ,
tktb futtirti of> Starve: will be ''uture of the community. E. '
', climate is rood, and there are
thb Canova Walgreen Agency' at the corner of Call and for the'paft'tt: week or no asjlutlns; -----..
d of "ell. Florida representative of the many recreational posslbllitUm. i
K "WrtlVitlt' Sts. TValgrccn company, commented. L,, ,A.' Carwva.Downer of the new "As for business prospect! *-;- I visitor to Starke and 8111<1.. "I am Buys
Fiavirig' successfully served the public here in the drur .his week. agency In last minute preparations the fact that Waigreen haa placed going to welcome all my, stops Home here

tl atom, buainess since 1929, L. A. Canova is well pleased witshis Trained experts" studied bust- tot .tiie ;opening sale today an agency here la. proof of what here. It will be a real, treat. ,Mr., and Mrs Sam
collection 'with'the' famed Walgreen products, "We feel! teas'condition here and prospect H* Is Florida representative for our company thinks of the'.to. I've already lots of friends recently purchased Stray,

that Iri securing tho )Waljn-ecn' agency; for Starke we have or the future before a branch for the' WAlgreen company which operates ture. We are sold on Florida, in Starke 'and I know' I'm. going Intb' a new home !n4
of this community the advantages ot and I know of other sectionof to make a lot monv On
brouuht! to 'the peoi'1e. u' Starke 'was approved, Mr. Bell around GOO stores of Its no St reet. They bough
chitin, tore operation p i u p explained.. "They checked new ; this great state that looks' bet -' from John h.! Marshal the
home ownership" Mr. Canovaetae Notary Guest Speaker building,wholesalers' reports, newresident. own fcnd'sublets agencies to more ter than'the Camp Blending area TYPEWRITER RIBBONS-All consideration was lop(
4. ., and even visitors. than 1,500 c independently-owned" right now," Mr. Bell observed kinds, 75c, each BRADFORD Stratos is one of tl, ,
jJesldea; the great value of Chaplain James I* SancHIn and Everything indicated steady store. Th4 Canova Pharmacy will He expects to be a frequent COUNTY TELEGRAPH. the new Park theatreGRAND the .0

the ilhl t"Ices which our firm Major' Alen McCture of the 156th growth and the fact that 'Starke

will "'receive as a result of our it Camp .mantling, ,were guest would' continue a* a trade renter
with Walgreen, the at'the Rotary Club for this rapidly-developing: sec
contract -peakcr '
!t value ,to the people of this luncheon Wednesday. Chaplain Ion of Florida. OPENING'
A vicinity, which oceiw to the tre- "Our company bas more than SALE !
"wtdouB' number 0 f Walgreen -.undlln ,brought an Inspiring .000' Walgreen agencies in the

: g ptpilucts, ,and merchandise 'pi ritual message and Major McClure United States, and the Starke
d d ,side I store will be operated on the name
tl'' ; > igHj:, H beyond eatlmate, Mr. gave some! Interesting
nova continued. Ights on camp life. nigh standard that the public haa

More than 1,300 product cov- CLIP THESE COUPONS
tngr ': wide .Vange. of the drug GANDV t
1A,>' flJ1(1 co' nctlo field, are muiutertured -,., CLASSIFIED ADS A PHARMACY
w. ,In the huge Walgrrecnlnhoratorles
) In ChlcHRO. It Is ,I :! i e
,t well known In (lite trade. and. also FOR SALE-.Stone wnrehouHO In WANTED Furnished apnrtment QUICK- RELIABLE SERVICE ;
for light housekeeping. -Address -
to HM* 'JjUblic, that no finer research Paliilka lOOttOO:< In good con : 1/d
: for manufacturing control dition. I need the, money and A-l. liox;<; 431, Starke] Fla., ': /
ii common In tho manufacture of will sell cheap. W. J. Bryson, ItpAllHACilVt Phone 160 FLOSS-TU CLASS No NICK

such Items. In this manner the 2065 West Beaver Street. Jack TOILET ASH WATER
: HOUoK atIcy King -
S + public has definite assurance from sonville. 3-14 2tp Lake for rent'-Mrs., Hilda- Starke, Florida J TISSUE I' TRAY Tumblers I

f't buKlimiw the greatest that 'the Mme product In the offered drug: FOR SALF.-Well equipped cafe, belle Bence,' 310 W. Madison St., 26 '2A6 i 2s6F

Starke. Itp
efficient, fresh and good< location near S. A. L.
4 In puN;' properly e S6
described. DepoL Reasonable for cash. FOR RENT Furnished .3-room a _-.. ...
4 The advantages in price are See Mrs A. Weathersbee at Depot apartment with porch. Equip
aim 'and ''are well Cafe. 21S E. Washington and elec-
) ptoat Important ped with gas range
illuntrat 'by' the values adver- St. 4t tric refrigerator: Private! en- 17 i

r tisedt i in our opening ,nle this FOR" ,BALK OR RENT-- -room trance and private bath. Mrs.P. The Sale Where HEAVY '
week"Mr.. Canova said "I wlslj .' H. Has kin s. Keystone
1 house at Hawthorne, 4 bedroom *
to call<<: enpoclnl attentlop to thisadvurtlsement ; dining room kitchen, I I I Heights, Florida. 3.14 2tp .ryhody SavercioSHH
and I know that '
bath, and 2 porches. Apply '
the opening of the Walgreen J'uR RENT Large, furnished Foe
Miss Ann I*. Tldwell. Box 793.
agency ,will bean event long remembered Ocnla. Fla 3-14 4tp home on Little Lake Santa Fe ar
In.this community." five miles from Waldo Hot CLOTHESPINS
_ FOR S.A.I.E--JOO steam table at and cold running water. Electric -

Canova-\Valgreen a bargain. Good as new. Can lights and electric' re- ,, 2 Boxes 1
be seen at Dad Fender's) near frigerator. Suitable for two t,
Personnel Wall' Service Station. Kings- ,small families Mrs. Ila R.
t | t f. i ....r. I S ..* ley Lake. ltp P rig den, Gainesville, Phone DISH
Pi-ompt and courteous service 1130 J or., University 47. CLOTHS.
In. offered at the Canova Walgreen I y,
FOR SALK--pepper, tomato and
/ ?
Agdncy by a staff of efficient cabbage plants. Wall orders: or 'lo'Vlt Ii.ENT-At Kingsley Lake. 'For Eja
technicians, earn well trained In are me at home Mondays and Large two-story house; two-car
hit or'her Individual capacity.I'HKHCKIITION Tuesdays' EL It. Bowen. Route garage; and servant's room.
: .' DKIT.Thhoa : 2. Box.( 207. 3-21 2tp Good bath bOWIe and dock. Immediate .IPObO.e

_w Li. L. A-,' ,-Canova reirtatered, Bob Stoke,nharmacuita., and FOR SALK-DRIJtt EQUIPMENT pAoifv. Starke.possession Wilson It ++. e a
_____._ _____
A. A. Crtffls. are 'on duty at aU 1 12-ft Knight 'AH White Knight' u
'times, ready to' serve the Ji )A'l' BUILDING, cabinet malting -
_ ; public Soda Fountain w I th Krlgidaire
$ handsaw service. C. H.
quickly and with
reliably. prescription Comprea or. .
Jenkins, Box 133. Starke Fla. ,
meeds.TblLKTIUKS. 1 Bastlan,Blessing Carbtnator. 'd
DEPT.. 1 6-fU Show Cane 'Floor" 213: Park, Place, ltp SHAVING'.r 1v4

Helen Van Dlen, who has charge 1 8-ft. ,Show Case. ROUTE MAN WANTED-Two CREAM ..,.

_ [of thin department, haS had wide 4 booths and Table nearby routes open. Should Cl.n t.atSl0 ,
experience in serving the public. 3 Table and Chair average' $29-130: weekly. Want Pen
. r ,she will be 'glad to 'give' advice A Counter Stools. man 25-55! years old with car TOOTH Brbtb'
2 ort Individual cosmetic problems. | 8 1-2-ctt ft. G., EL Refrigerator. Write J. M.' LEWIS. ego| J. R. BRUSH
_ Two popular young ladies, 1, 6 12cu. ft. Kelvinator Refrigerator i phis Tenn.WANTED3.
Alyce Fuller and Dorothy Gray ,
_ '' reo'llt hand, to serve the public 1 2-Comp. Deep Sink. SALESMEN at &G SOAP
with camera supplies, beat brands I 1 M 6 W Fuel Oil Range Complete 'Once, 85 to 60 years old. Good r GIANT BARS 2 6e
ot qlgbrs, candles and other nundrle with Wood Fan and Hot cash earning dally. See Mr. % -J -: F..
!* I water Tank. Andrews Saturday afternoon at ASPIRIN
FOUNTAIN1" MANAUKK 1 Coffee Maker. Halle's Tourist Camp, Starke
A. W.. Rogers will manage this 1 Ice Crusher. ltpvJAN'L'ED AU-PURPOSE DETACHABLEmow TABLETS'BOTTLE.1oo.; 2 F4n6c

irUitln-fiUted. and enlarged department : 4-Comp.. Steam Table. RUBBER SHAMPOO and LOW HANDLE ,
: BUY Used flat-
Hit ban had wide experience I Napkin' Holders Pots Pans and GLOVE I ,MJ4ERAL
Dishes topped desk; typewriter; mim- BATH SPRAY BATH BRUSH OIL

vice demanded with the, Walgreen high quality fountains ser-- ROY KUIEUKOVH20U eograph; money safe; adding 2'41c Afar 51 2f..61c FULL PINT Llg/II.While uSP 2 51 e
machine cabinet cash
and' will bring ,the sume S'.. litrltln Aviv, -1'hone 113 ; filing ; Fer
high standard Starke OnLnncl. Florida register. See or phone R. B. CLOTHES BRUSH. Enrli.h Sly!. DR
Wear, Secretary Y :M. C. A., S '
3-21 2t ICE '
Woman's ,Club building, Starke. 2 ter 41CStrontt I I 2Sc TOOTH e
Rough Wrestler JAI1Y CHICKS Up BriitlM 2 for 76c I' 2 for 86 POWDER ." 2 Fe.' .6 I

Asks For Protection Now booking* orders for delivery 'UA, Loans: Available for repairs CE.'RTIFIEif HINKLE PILLS

"Butcher" Lee Henning whoalnwwt Order any direct time from after adv.March, or will 12 For Rent and; Office new homes on, Call Street. 1 1 1ak } ;, La COLD TABLETS e'BOTTLE. OF 1100. 2 ,2. e
For ..
btfotiffht out the riot wagon i.'I TINS
book for $1 10O. balance to 30.00 per month. 2 26
attlwrealllng matches last Friday ZS .UX .
: For Rent: Large house on lake SOP P ,
reach urt 10 before
night when hU. foul punches days nhip
ment. All leading breeds A. near Waldo. 4 bedrooms. Fur. 1Uc SIZE c
-3 arauMul, spectators to such a pitch VITAMIN CAKE .. 2
nished. Bl I
$80.00 per month. .
of ttuJianallori that several triedto Grade as English White Leg : ATOL For _
_ horns, Brown For Rent: House at Klngsley WINE',TONIC
crawl In the ring and take a Leghorns, R. I. Lake. I.OlAFSER OrJis
Reds New Reds Furnished or unfurnished PINi MouthWash.
Hampshire ,
hand In affairs, has been signed 2 1- FULL
B rooms. to mput Babe Caddock In a one. White and barred Plymouth I I-51- / BOTTLES 2 C
For Rent Excellent store '
fall to finish match at Riudfonl Rocks. White and black Mln- : room ", For Shcr.BORIC .
Park tonight (Friday). orcas. White wynandotten.per $8 I for for rent. New building Good s
drive.In-stand. Home for
100. Send for
Helming has requested CV.. : complete rent connected with this prop SALE '
price lint. 'Seminote Hatcheries, 1 ,
Stone, ptomotor of the Weekly Ft. Mjrern. Fla.XJU erty. On Route 13, Just northof BA 81 o'tv
boxing:< and wretttling events here, city limits. ACID 2.t
to provide him, with police pio- SAUa ere s, 5-room For Sale: 12 acre farm Including "1S
teellon''whtn he enters the ring house, Starke. Fla. Pecan 6 room house, barn and stables. powdtee or Cry.. ; quB me l 1
against ,Caddock Henning in one trees and other fruit. Write ,I Near Starke. 200000. Terms. iQ IJ gib' 4 OUNCES
of Ihed roughest and toughest Mrs. II. D. Morris Box 631, For Sale: Retail business Includ- 1,11
grapplers to appear in tbla partof Phone 959-M. Hendervonvllle, N. ing lease on Call St. Excel- TOILETRIES LDINIM r"r"rHYGEIA
the country And has won the C. ltp lent opportunity. 0 L'ADONNA ,,

name of' "Mat VIHuln." On the W. T. Clute C. A. Futch e CM. ..'"| Cream DURING THIS FACE POWDER, NU-VEL DO. Doubl Ed9. g
Other hand Caddock ,Las an enviable ,arc OAL.B--19.R> Deluxe Alma I H. A. McKinnon .......... SALE ONLY SKIN TONIC'SANITARY RAZOR Z.. 76C
reputation' for science and house trailer In I
excellent condi 119 E. Call Street, Starke SOAP COLD CREAM ASTRINGENT ,
spend. When these two meet on lion Completely equipped. I 2. Sic BLENDED CREAM NAPKINS BLADES
the mat tonight, fans will be furnished Sleep 4. $985 delivered In LOST-Pocket book. March 16. Ch.ak Bod Odors SKIM BOXES 31' 2 6 Ounce Bollix,,
with plenty of .action and Starke. Box 241. Charleston II containing social security card. VALUES _
thrills. S. C. 3-21 3t Identification card, driver's license :S '2be EXTRA BABY OILMEYERSFULL LACTOBISMADIHE
Tk and about $30 In ... r.61
cash. F
Heml-flnal match, one fall. ....' ) PINT / /
45 minutes, will bring Smiling FOR BALK>>-n. Masonlte Finder please return to Horace
Hobble Roberta and Man Mountain Aerocar trailer well! Insulated A. Knowles. care Temple Garage .r MALTED MILK
B meut together. In lastweek's"lusale new rubber electric brakes, for reward. Itp W.lgr -POUND 2 F r 6C L61C
\ complete for 4. With oil CANDY ,1
Roberts dislocated healer *
.V '
.... ,
.a.a am with the
Ice Singer .:
Ma knee,but Is now oo the roadto box. new beds and plenty of MINTS
storage .pace. Coat 3,700., Sewing Machine Company, and'am ;:;.:."'" For ..
recovery and say tie will be GUMS, ._ Cats
/ R..4 i. IJ.Jt ,
in good shape for, this-match. win sell for $830 delivered. Can in position to Hell you anything or \ DOUBLE
The opening match one fall, 30 be aen at Tanuaml Camp, S. they handle on easy pay- o'ELECTRIC SANDWICH I S'DTLITE STYPTICPENCILS
minutes time limit will be between W. 8tl St.. Miami, or write men t s _L, G. Hemingway, .2 : b TOASTER TOASTER BED UMr
Starke, Fla. 3.21 2tp ....,.. ", -
Jack Sherry and Mule Miles Landon. Box 3372. TWO QQ F.....! 1 23-" ;:: "S7'
Doyla. Sherry Is the ItpFUKNISHRD OUNCt SLICE *
uncrowned 1 ... .
Heavyweight Champion and .., .. ......{'JIM 2-6
Doyle ,
is newcomer to this part of COT T A 0 M B on TinctureIODINE } ':1 OCTINE Faa Exc n Acidity
Lake Santa Fe. S ,,mllea east of .TYPES. NEW STRUC- /lRt. '' .
the country and comes here highly ; ( EYE WASH I-D Crannies
recommended by ,sports editor Waldo. Elcctrlo light, run TURES OR REPAIRS t. ; ; Wit' KELLERS
from other cities. ning water, Inquire Lewis l'laDS. Estimates' and Architectural 1 e r. ; WITH EYE COP 4-ounce Bottles
Jewelry Co.. Gainesville. Fla. v y a, HEPATIC
Stanley Pinto wilt act as referee Services Free 2 1b 2SOZ.OTTLES Z 66'
for all matches. The first Ifw ;
Linen a
**!** a-rtew Renting General POUND THE "RING"ALARM ABA BRAND ?
ton portaMea. $S down. IS a Contractor CLOCK Burls Ointment .'o'
kUjiip pad ink. month. Prices start at $29.75. Gainesville, Florida COTTONL" d 50 SHEETS 230 [ .C

a ruhbi OUNTY'> ,stamp-TELiCGRAPILdb : B A It F U II I) Stark Bradford, Fla. County Telegraph U, 736 E. Depot Phone 1