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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: Bradford Exhibit New Assignment R egistration Books



For State Fair I- -- Statement On .




Ready SundayThousands I II I Road ControversyState To Open February 1



of visitors to the Senator Charley E. Johns

I Florida State Fair at Tampa, yesterday released the following

which opens Tuesday Jan. 31 and I prepared, statement! :

Saturday Feb. I "To the citizens of Starke and

continues 11, will see through in graphic form the Bradford County: Road Department I All Persons Must

story of Bradford County as depleted I'I "There' an being circulated numerous -:Pritchett Death Agrees To Open

In paintings photographs i rumors upon rumors In re- I

__- : and actual products of soil and I ward l to changing the route of : Drainage DitchThe Re-Register Now
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Industry.Guv r _' Ftate lload No. 200 (U.S. 301)) Pegged SuicideThe ,

Andrews, President of the ___ through Ftarke, and numerous State Road Department has

k- --IJ Chamber of Commerce, said yesterday I, charges have been made against I agreed to open up I the main storm

; ; I that the Individual units I IJ k me In regard to this proposed strange death of Capt I outfall drainage ditch from State Supervisor SaysAlbert

J which are- going to make up the : route, I wish to state my- position Lewis C. Pritchett who was foundIn Road 200 at Pratt Street westward -

exhibit, will be assembled In Tampa "I personally want the route ot his car on a lonely road near to the old clay pit in an .f. Lee' Crosby, Supervisorof
Jan .-. .\. Lrnln I and City Clerk Carl John are
Chairman
I 4'j State Road No. 200 and Federal 1
this weekend I and everything: ; L Starke on Sunday, Jan. wan fort to relieve flood condition Registration, announced yea-

p aboVe proudly tllNilaylng a 'hock for $2,251.64 reprenpntlnKFpa will be In readiness for the openIng -, Route 301 through! Starke to stay considered closed last week with that prevail on Temple Avenue, terday that the re-reglstratlon of
'h.. {' of Starke niKk-r the now cigarette tax as It In, and have with!
tp >ment lo Ity ; on Tuesday 'Ve will have an I conferred the official death certificate report -' near the school, after heavy rains. voters will begin Wednesday Feb

: 61 check" represents collections In November.st exhibit of which every citizen in Mr John R. Slade, Division Englneer of suicide by carbon monoxide I In a letter to Mayor J. R. Wainwright ruary 1, In the various county

tl ) county can be proud," Mr.I First Lieutenant Francis M. I of the State Road Dr'part.'I poisoning. John R. Slade. SRD division precincts
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monthly payment un-'- Andrews raid. It la the first year Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. merit and Hon. Alfred A McKe State's Attorney T. F. Duncan engineer, said that Henry
'I for
It all
will be eligible
cigarette tax I half of the amount received necessary
da' new taxes by than Chairman
of the State RoadDepartment
'. Bradford has taken partIn I not necessary -
County said that Inquest was had
Starke'aad T. S. Williams, of Starke, haa recently an Wilson, maintenance engineer, persona to register in order to
touries 1950. Since ;
d on brought J2.S02.34 during and they both told
the Tamoa Fair.A Dr.
following a report by been requested to widen the out-
assistant vote In the next election since all
of three Incorpor. valorem tax levy is currentlybringing reported for duty as -
t miniature strawberry patch me that nothing Is being proposed C. B. Pollard, Gainesville toxlcologlst fall ditch to five feet or less, a. previous registrations In Bradford
* ns in Bradford County. In $12.957.56 It will be chief of the finance section: or even! being considered In regard the
comprised of rows of actual bearing that blood found on needed, "at such time as> our drag- County have been declared null
_I 1'hare of the total-52.251.- seen that no ad valorem tax levy In soil will at Olmsted Air Force ,B a .e, to changing the route of this floor mat of the car was Group A, line Is available for this work." void act
plants growing and special pasweii
of next if by a
the should be
received City year road
by necessary through Starke.
., in muchas be the center attraction of the exhibit Middletown, Pa. the same type as that of Capt. The City will furnish the additional at the last regular session of the
benefited toe tax brings as
if h lie Lawtey the cigarette "Anyone who tells you that Iam Pritchett, according to government needed at certain
pipe
andarranjt'ed military
of $264 and Hampton $25,000 In 1050 and the city Is and Is being planned A veteran of seven years for State Legislature."It .
changing the route Is misusing records
taxes by the County Agent T. service, Lt. Williams servedas crossovers. Is absolutely Uiit
_. 1th $76.70. required to reduce its by necessary
amount. K. McClane Jr. Miss Dorothy fighter plolet with the 12th Air the truth and I do not mind In his report to the State's Attorney Mayor Wainwright said that each Individual Bradford County
" -uary prove. to be a more"average" half of this
month Starke A few Interesting conclusions as Ross, Home Demonstration Agent Force In Europe during the war telling them so to their face. Dr. Pollard said: the opening of this ditch will also who wishes to vote register under
a_ "If this road were to be changed
C. ct to receive around $25.- ':to the prevalence of the clgaretteMtnoklng will exhibit canned goods and and later served with the occupa- as a certain Iwoi It "In my examination of the car relieve the bad drainage on the permanent registration system

D50 from the cigarette tax habit may be drawn from handwork prepared by membersof tion forces In Japan. He recently 'r| group do untold proposes In which Capt. Pritchett was found West Jackson St., where water now being set up" Supervisor

dl on Under a law passed I the above flgurea. The amount re- her demonstration clubs. completed a three month uource of the certainly merchants Call damageto Street dead. I collected specimens which stands In a pond after heavy Crosby said. "The old registration

a ut cession of the State I Delved by Starke Indicates that Tung Oil Products,Inc of Brpoker study at the Army Finance school from the courthouse on to the bank, appeared to be blood stains from rains books cannot be used and all per.

L re, each Incorporated 43.000 packages of cigarettes were will have a large exhibit, showing at St. Louis, Missouri. and from the bank on Walnut the left rear fender, the rear sent, ions who wish to vote must reregister !-
varnish and other products of and the Inside surfaces of the ."
Itself sold within the city limits In November
to lit qualifies by pass- Street to the Sinclair Station
in I necessary ordinance re- the first month for which the Brooker plant.E. north of Alligator Creek. glasses! In the doors. I removed the Safe Stolen The books will remain in the

ce e full 5 cent state tax on the distribution was made. At 23 I. duPont de Nemours & Co. Jayces Name "I sincerely hope that all of this front floor mat and brought: It to precincts during the month
eq kage of cigarettes sold cents per pakage, this should of Wilmington, Delaware will talk will stop, and that the cltIzena my laboratory. for further exam-, February at the following places:

w [Its corporate limits. mean that close to $10.000 went show enlarged photographs of of Starke will quit pulling ination. From Sapp's StoreA Dlst.l I Lawtey)_L. H. HIll City

[ the city has not earmark- up In cigarette smoke in Starke their Trail Ridge mining project Dovle Conner i against each other and let's all "The specimen obtained by hall

e arette tax money for any during that month. east of Starke. Included in the pull together and keep the road scraping. the Inside surface of the Dist. 2 (N. Starke-Mra Irene

t r purpose and the current The amount received from this duPont exhibit will be samples of: where It Is." glasses! of the doors gave positive small safe, containing from Faulkner, Supervisor RegistrationOffice

p (waa deposited In the city' tax By other nearby towns Is as Hmenite derived from the titanium Doyle E. Conner of Starke was Humbly yours reactions for human blood, but all $150 to $200: ) In currency, was stol In courthouse

g fund. follows: Green Cove Springs $V- ore mined here, and also the Florida Junior Chamber E. Johns efforts to determine the blood en from Sapp'. Store on Kas
whichis picked by Charley Dist 3 (S. Starke-Mra.) MArIon -
white
E w provides that each city 633.79; Keystone Heights. $370.66; paint pigment group have failed. Tenth 8t Thursday night of las
of Commerce as one of tho Crosby. Strout
Agency
C ______ this tax money must Lake Butler, $688.43: Macclenny, obtained by oxidizing the llme- 1 "A specimen which I removed week. 116 S. office
I In Telephone Service Walnut St.
n_ r reduce Its ad valorem $$1.005.50: Waldo, $279.40. nite. Also shown will be samples five outstanding young men from the right side of the front The snfe was found Friday by

._ -- of titanium metal which has been Florida during 1949. The' five selected -I For Brooker floor mat gave position reaction Tommy Starling who was hog i Dist 4 COraham)--Mra. EthelDemosev

:;li called the "magic metal" of the< I received distinguished service -. for human blood, and tests showed 'hunting on Highway 21, east of -mr--" at. ban ,homeDlst. _.

E* Boys Beat Trenton And Palatka future. I awards at a banquet high Seems Assured It to be Group( A." Camp Blnndlng, a short distance o (Hampton)-Mrs. Pearl

; Other local industries represented I lighting the Jaycee Winter Con, Dr. A. Y Covington, director ot south of the Intersection with Home at Home's grocery!

In the exhibit will be the ference in Daytona Beach Telephone service for Brooker the Bradford County Health Department Highway 18. The safe had been Dust a (Theresaa)-.Mrs. 3, p.

I1.Perrv mann Furniture\ day night. satur.j I in time to accommodate buyers ot stated l that on the basis beaten open, apparently ,with ,A Dickinson at her home
:
On Home Court Tonight Hart.\\ spring the market In
produce on
Co. United Plastics I"
!! 'c., Conner, the youngest that thriving farming section of this report and also' an autopsy; crow bar, the money removed and Dlst.: 7 (New River)-Mrs. M. F.
Brown Plastic Co. PattcmoiiIfmv
:'Tt( .' ___ _, --, A large painting. 10x15. feet".howlnga group, Is the son of Mr. and Mri I seemed assured Tuesday night a. performed by Dr. J. N. papers and records, burned. Wiggins at her home.
doctor he hadtilled
I 11. TampR '
)A lday night the BH9 boy 19-8 of Bradfon!Leon Conner-of Starkeand'is"4 rltizerrs'of the-town'met with H. i -VotSik; 'Starling, operator of the Blat, 8 (Brooknr-) R, A. Colaon
..
islf the stood Infavor panaroma out the death certificate
bsiThli team made the "head- tally and student at the University of Flor I A. Bishop, Jr., representing tile a store, said thnt lbs thieves gained at Col on'. store
Industry, ,
County agriculture suicide.Capt.
went .
of Bradford. The scoring
111'1"*.? ,After dropping the season recreation will form the back- Ida. He la Immediate past National I Starke Telephone Co., to work out I entrance to the store by cuttingthe "It will take only a few minute
'ike this: Godwin 13. Eaves 2, Pritchett, whowas stationed -
opener to P. K. Yonge, they took President of the Future Farm I details of the Installation. The lock on the back door Tire to register while the books are
of the exhibit. It in
Warren 2.Through. ground was painted at Mac Dill Field In Tampa was!
oiif A' the entire second half by : found dead In his car about five I
wAn>two In the last minute of play. 1st. as State President and PresIdent Brooker Community Center, was miles I the safe Into a vehicle parked urge all citizens of the county to
the Palatka boys persisted In went of Starke An inner
The) /other, they lost In the last < of the Bradford Chapter. HIs < presided over by Hewlett Andcr near by register "
as
early as
Mrs. Marian Howe of possible
staying in a zone defense and the secretary tube, fastened over the car's ex :
minute: after having made a ter- the youngest person ever to receive -lion, manager of rung Oil Froducts. Sheriff l'. D. Reddish said that Crosby stated.
the Chamber of Commerce, will haunt
BHS team kept dropping them In the award. pipe and leading to th i In. I
rt t comeback. However, in the Jaycee ,
; from In and out. However, the be stationed' at an Information I Inc.Mr. tenor of the car, had apparent!: one prison had been picked up 01
gym this same quintet I The young men were selector Anderson stated that citizens suspicion", but later releoMod.,
scoring was about even. booth In the exhibit to answer inquiriea been' used to fill the automobile< I 57,000 Pine Seedlings
. Irst and led all the way. Both teams used substitutes freely and give out descriptlvi:on the basis of their contribution of Brooker agreed! to pay for with| deadly carbon monoxide. There wan nothing to Indicate

as no particular need oft I and as far as Bradford was folders and other Information concerning to the welfare and advancementof seven miles of poles, running from whether or not this theft had any: Planted In CountyBy
finish that has almost belaracterlstlc Florida during the Con- ronnertlon with the removal of
year. the Florida Forest Service station
concerned thev Bradford 13 LandownersSo
gave a very good County.
Starke
C with BHS ner's selection was based on the near Hampton, to Brooker. The Dry Cleaners the Western Union safe from
account of themselves. The remainder Wednesday, Feb. 8, has been designated -
baa ill teams. Impetus he has given to agriculture Koch's store several weeks
of the boys who repre- as "Bradford County Day"" Forest Service has granted per. Will Hold Open HouseAt Drug far thIs year 13 landownersIn

t first quarter was compara- rented BBS were Jack Wainwright at the Fair and Mr. Andrew. and stock raising by putting mission for the use of Its ten miles ago. No trace of this safe hai Bradford County have ordered

U I slow-with BHS leading Into practice, new and approver .),f poles from the station to Stark. New LocationThe ever been found
Bert Newcomb. Ray Grlffls stated that It is hoped that as 07,000 from
,,the end of It. In the second Ovid Bennett and Carl Carter. citizens of the county will methods advocated by the Future I It Is estimated that the cost t<, I pine seedlings the
many '
home of Starke
r ;;the BHS defense stiffened visit the fair on that date as Farmers of America; also the goodwill the citizens of Brooker will be new Dry Corbin Carnell Florida Forest Service for plant.
pos Cleaners & will be
a eld Trenton to ,3 points while HOME: GAMK FRIDAV sible. "In view'' of the Interest In he has engendered! for the around $1,000, and $800 of thIs Laundry opento ing on (their lamlt this winter, according

J [Eaves and Jim Godwin ,I The* next home stand will be Friday our exhibit I believe a record state through his contacts while amount was rained by public sub. : Inspection on Monday, Jan. 30, Is Named Editor to It. A. Bonninghausfn.
jetween the hours of 4 and
11 through. The first night at the armory againstthe National President of the organization pm
number from here will visit the! scrlptlon at the meeting Tuesday Of College Yearbook management' chief for the state
Perry A and B boys teams. during which he made 8pm.Mr.
8 BHS
h ded, with Trenton Fair this ," Mr. Andrews mid The Initial Installation will con- ,
Starting time, 7' o'clock. Unless year some 250 appearances before civic slst of two phones: one In thi nnd Mrs. Junrus M. Smith, Friends will be Interested to agency

:e! second half Trenton came more home games can be obtained, and professional groups throughout Tung Oil Products office, and a owners and operators of the plant, know that Corbin Cornell, grandson Uonnlnghiiusen said that the

score 26 points for a 34 this will be the next to the last Mrs. Strong Proves the United States, Mexico pay stutlo In a Brooker grocery, have Issued a cordlaltnvltatlon to vt F A. Scott of Starke, hall I state forest service produced 2u-

t nd BHS 22 for a 41 final. game here this season Good Collector For I Canada, and Hawaii. conveniently located for use oC! the: public In Starke nnd surround been named editor of the 1931 000.000 seadllug-s at Its two nurseries

Vo remaining frames were I The girls play an out of town I buyers on the shipping platform. log towns and rural areas to vim "Tower," Wheaton College year. at Oluvtee and Munson fur

eb terlzed, by extremely fast game with Alachua Friday after March Of Dimes Red Cross AssistanceIn Mr. Anderson stated that nothing the plant during these hours and book. 1 use In reforestation throughoutthe

noon. I soe a modern dry cleaning and state during the current plain-
further done
of was toward
Two reorganizing -
ugh ball playing. Young Carnell Is
a Sophomore!
It lust goes to show that "wherethere's Bradford
County laundry plant In actual operation. log season. Seedlings produced: by
ousted for the city government '
L dford boys were at the Illinois college, where he limajoring
Tren- Rites a will there's a way"Lat ; I at the meeting Tuesday night I Guests will reglsUr as they en- the state agency are sold to lanu-
ve fouling, while one SaturdayFor In English He was formerly -
the show. Saturday night Mrs. Harley, Approximately $2,100 has bee. This will have to wait until the tar the plant, and three $3 credit owners at cost, $2.23:) a thousand
ard was sent to F. Strong decided to do her bit loaned to Bradford editor of the Seabreeze High
Mrs. Cynthia Lee County Ser- legal procedure for calling an election tickets for dry cleaning will be picked up at the nursery or tlfvi
a the same reason. for the National Infantile Paralysis vicemen's families, veterans and School nc'Vspaper at Daytona II
, and other details have been given away at drawings to be held a thousand delivered by express
Jack Eaves and Jim God- Mrs, Bohannon Lee 80, Fund now being conducted their families, and limited Beach and also won a short story
Cynthia a number worked out, he said. at 5, 6, 7. and 8 o'clock. Refresh to the buyer's nearest shlppi"
e the Big guns for BHS al died at her home near Starke on throughout the country. of civilians by the local Chapter menu will be served luring! the contest while In high school. I point.

,scoring was concerned. with, Friday, Jan. 13, after a lengthy Accordingly she got herself a of the Red Cross during the past hours of the open house. He has a wide circle of friend The forest management chief

16 respectively. Eaves'backboard illness. little round, white bowl and start year. Some of the money has boer Warmth Pushes, The plant recently moved to Its In Starke, where he frequently! said that seven landowners) In

d work was oug. She was born In Putnam ed greeting everyone who came Into repaid and can thus be used to Drought Hinders new location on East Call Street visits his grandfather, and also Bradford County ordered 733,000

,, .as always. However, County on Feb. 1. 1870 and was or passed by the store with a help others who come In askingfor The property 'was purchased frorrFlorida his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. T, seedlings from the state nuraen"ala.t

lazen was the most notable married In 1888 to General Lee, heerv "Give me a dime for the aid. Bradford Berries Plastics, Inc. Quigley

0 this respect. But don't ever who preceeded her In death 8 March of Dimes! Some gave, Service to all persons Is given year.

If out Marvin. Warren. Clay- years. To this union seven children dimes, some gave quarters, andsome In communications, reporting, and Bradford County strawberry To Applications For The seedling production Oilj

Ickland and Big Jack (-&-FIrteht. ) were born, five of whom survive. gave pennies but whatever counseling. For this one growers are currently dealing Receive DegreeiFrom year has set an all-tlmu record.:

for without them.... Mrs. Lee waa a member of the was given was gratefully received. employee Is paid part purpose time, although with a mixture of favorable and University Feb. 4 Census Jobs The two state nurseries last year

'! DaptUt Church for &- By Wednesday afternoon Mrs. unfavorable weather conditions grew about 20.000.000 pine Med
Missionary In very recent months she, Now Being Received
roun....80 years. She was a faith- Strong had collected $53.09 for has received no and Is volun.: Nothing more could be asked The University of Florida will flogs, all of which were planted
LOSE I pay from the standpoint of temperatures by> landowners. In all recent years,
ful member of Bethel Baptist the Infantile Paralysis Fund and tearing her time since'the Chap- award degrees to 727 candidates Applications for the position of
the preliminary fracas the which continue to be sum- ionnlnghausen said the numrieshave
kind and loving was still going "strong. at mid-year commencement exer.
Church and a ter has been very short of finan Crew Leaders and Enumerators In
girls lost 38-26 to Trenton. merllke, but the lack of rain Is beginning been unable to produce
mother. Maybe what this drive needs I.a I. ces. The total cost of these ..1''. else* In Gainesville the night of the 17th Decennial Federal Census
was high scorer for to hurt. There has been enough trees to fill
Sapp pine
young
lot with little round February 4.
Rev more people ,
Surviving are three sons. vices Is about 91.100 to be conducted In April are now
ord wit i h 8 point. Grace I per year. hardly enough rainfall to wet the the orders received, the current:
of white bowls.Bradfordites. Those from Starke receiving degrees -
R. L. Lee and T. T. Lee. both being received In the Jacksonville
| and Eaves turned I The Junior Red Cross carries: lt. ground thoroughly since fall. planting aaason being the first
'lIOn Patsy Starke, and .I. H. Lee, Tampa; and early will be: V. R. Ferguson, M District Office of the Bureau of
mendable performances forFROM two daughters Mrs. Lessle Sllcox Buy own program of activity and en- During the past week 917 cratesof A.; Mack S. Futch, U..".; Melva the Census located at 317 Main time that nursery production has
rollment. Only Us administrative berries were sold at the been ahead of the demand for
mar
ol Crosby Galloway, BAR Annie Jackao'nvlUe.Appllc.tlon.
both ; .
Delia Sllcox
and Mrs. St. In
{ PALATKA Starke; 18 grandchildren and 26 Fewer Bonds In '49 ter.costs are born by the adult Chap- log ket for an average of $8,53. bring I Laurie Morgan. BAE; Muriel 811- .. are also being received them.

grower J7.840.35. cox Norman BAli: C. Pow-
BH3 girls and boys came great grandchildren.' Bradford Countlans bought fewer Gray Lady Service continues intake The market management ; George by the Florida State Employment -
all
Funeral services were held In the urges I BSA; Eunice Perkins Searing. Mrs. Ethel Andreu
home and Service In Jacksonville,
Tuesday night cop. .11
farmers
IT. S. Savings bonds In 1949 City Veterans Administration who received questionnaires BAE and Miles
| pair from Palatka. The girls Bethel Baptist Church Saturday ; Henry Sheppard. Qalnesvllle, Lake City, and Perry.
than In 1948. The Treasury Departme1t' Hospital under the auspices several weeks ago to mall MSF. : Died In Lake City
14 at 4 o'clock.
slowly and gradually pick. afternoon, Jan. annual report reveali of the Red Cross Chapters Water these cards back at once as thH Gerald James McLean of The announcement was made by
' to finish fast and trounce with Rev. Donald Willis officiating. Information Hampton John L. Moore, Jr.. Census District Funeral services for Mrs. Ethel
that bond sales last year totaled Safety, First Aid and limited Motor Is urgently needed asa will receive the degree of BSE"
jlrls from the East Florida 171,187 In this county while sales : Service are activities\ which are' hauls of proposed Improvement and Bishop Mason Myrlck of Lake Supervisor 'oxworth Andreu 61, wife of K.B. :.

' rence 4430. The Bradford Interment was In the KingsleyL.alte In 1918 were 1110. 354.: Financed by the Bradford County .t the market. Seneva. BAli: Andreu, Sr., were held Sunday

'< played steadier ball and as Cemetery under the direc- As compared with other Florida Chapter at a cost of about $100 1 Trawick Attends afternoon at 2 o'clpck In the

It won their third victory In tion of DeWItt C. Jones. Bounties-, Bradford -dropped from per year. I Deputy Collector TOURIST Church of God, Lake City. frl.

an.. Sharon Sapp was high J4th place In 1948 to 43rd position The above Information Is II CLUB Safety MeetingJack Andreu died Saturday at ben
a general
with 22 points UN DiscussedAt i In 1919. statement of the expenditures: Will Be Here Feb. 2, 3 NOTESGames Trawick. Bradford County home In Lake City.

the nightcap the BHS boy Rotary Club MeetAn of the Bradford County Chapter I To Assist TaxpayersA representative on the Governor's She was a native of Bradford
|ed the performance of last: and contests, with all and moved to Lake City
L. L. Conner On BoardOf In a year, and show a definite nae.! Safety Council Advisory Com County
by leading all the way and of the members taking part, highlighted about 12: from Brooker.
InteresUng discussion for continued support by the deputy collector Internal mittee. attended the organlzatlonil year ago
g out on the long end of a the REA Cooperative the meeting of the Tourist Club member of the Assembly -
She
United Nations was given at community. Revenue will be at the courthouse meeting of the group 'held In was a
{score. Club luncheon Wednesday In Starke and held In the American Legion hall of God Church.
on Thursday
Rotary
Tallahassee
the final the t.. L. Connor of Starke and D. Monday.
analysis super- by Professor John Reynolds of the Freak Plant Friday Feb. 2. 3, from 9 a.m. to Thursday night of last week. Governor Warren stated that Beside her husband she Is survived -
backboard and floor work H. Dukes of Worthington Springswere Berry
social science department at the 15 p.m. to give advice and assist The meeting this Thursday was the by two sons. EX B. Andrea,
' liar Jack flaxen told named to the -man Board his purpose In setting up
guard University of Florida. ance to taxpayers In preparing a covered dish supper at 6:30: o'- :Jr and C. R. Andreu, both uf
at Trustees of the Clay Electric J. D. Summer, who lives near Council was to "make Florida the
ale. By the same token. 17 Reynolds compared the their Income clock. followed by games ,and for- brothers S.
Prof. tax returns.A Lake City and two
Cooperative at the thirteenth he: Evergreen Church northwest safest state In the nation"( in whichto ;
f points dumped through by Nations organization with collector will be the une-telllng at 8 o'clock. E Fox-
at and
United annual meeting hold In Keystone ot Lawtey brought a freak of deputy : live work, and travel." A. Foxworth Ray
Jim Godwin were ,qta..Uytor. the old League of Nations and explained post office In Keystone Heights The demand for a Tourist Club both of Jacksonville.
office worth.
Height last Thursday. nature to the Telegraph :. Mr Trawick stated that the local -
, (Ihe why he considered I If, a It la estimated that close to 3. this week. The unusual exhibit 011 Friday, Feb. 10 for the same tn Starke la demonstrated by- the application of the Governor'ssafety Interment was In the family lot
War- created
first Eaves.
quarter unusual Interest It has
more workable plan.The 000 persons enjoyed the barbecue was a small strawberry from one purpose. plans will be announcedin at New Hope! Cemetery near La-
and Godwin did the scoring was Introduced by This service Is without and by the addition of new mem-
speaker and other entertainment featuresluring end of which had sprouted a tiny provided the near future. crosse.
Strickland and Hue feeding ,, 'hers. each meeting.
XV H. NoIIman who had charge: the but complete new plant. charge. at
day.
. bounding. At the end of the of the program for the day. I


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''JAN 27 I95d BRADFORD COUNTY TKIJCOKAPH.: STARKK. FLORIDA FB10AY.'tv .rA I1' I

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.. In fin-nit four Bradford c....". found! at the City Office. In "Ettarko' February so, 19-1,
Florida i la I .........,.. Florida until 8:00: .M. K.a.T.. on named Court i ,
Kenneth a'. Carter Plaintiff v.. Tueaday February 7, 1900, at which plaintiff' .ek"i i
Bradford County Telegraph LA WT.EV Donna Carter, Defendant.. Ca.. No. tlniH hn'.uff: : : 'all hlda received County Tel orral'l,>l
T.ll. will uuened.ami. read hi's Ord..r In sir'. I
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order of PnbllMtlon. and a.tie.. .5ppr. aloud. W'itnes. ny lIatu
I. II. Futrh ... HTtTM UV K1.O1IIKA toi The Bald City reaervt the right at Iark., FII"\t ,
1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. owNt ..PlTOH Donna Carter, whone residence ansiaddr.uus to waive any liiformalltieH' In or 1$. 1950.
ESTABLISHED la 77 I'artc Avenue, New to reject any or SJl lildn.City (OFFICIAL BE.Aa .\!
<< New York: of Stalks, Florida
anil Knterml M 8rri>nOffice York City Ci. ,
PubIIfsIlNI. F..ry Friday !STORK SI 10 WElt You are required. to appear onFebruary 3t2j By Curl John.. City ClerkIn Bv Haven. ,
thPo t at !Mtrke' FU. A Stork Shower for Mrs. Ernes 8th. 19ml In the above John Crest .
J.
at llanderHnon
Clam Matter gttrqcss 4oir' held named Court and cause whnrelnplaintiff Circuit ro.... Bradford C....,, ha I Ave .
lura Ijilvllle.
tine Moore Thomas was on aeeka' divorce. Bradford I Florldai, In t'aancerr.Kdllh Florida.

MEMBER 1950 _________________.. ___ -POMCA. Rr===- Tuesday afternoon of last weekat Order County In Telegraph next four shah weekly publish I I..u..a lulu Clifton M.N.Lewthwalte.I.HWthwalte Plaintiff defendant va Atty. for I'lf.Shoes.
the home of Mrs. Joyce Futch. Witn..a my hand and offlula Cane Nr>. 77WOOrder ( .
91.6O For 1'\1'1' Monthi. I \lM>rln I meditate my wNh for! a prayer. A prayer for peace: Mrs. Thomas received many useful seal at Starke, Florida this January ef Publlentloa, and Mot Ice .. po .-. -- -.--
11I.1.1: >\lIDu.llr; ... I t. 1'50. Appear. aTATH Of FLORIDA toicnrton
_i..obIfrttkfl_ _ ymr-"A Quiet heart" I>uy. pass "Almighty Father we beseechthe and lovely gifts. refreshmentsof (OFFICIAL. SEA) A. J. Tbomaa. I N. wthwalto; whoxe red.

In HHtrt revltulrln lnc Janiiar> to forgive those natural sins ice cream and cake were servedto By Haven A.Crosby Clerk P of C.said Court. Idenvv IB. lull Washington Tyler Street: PortTowneend.

to a ..losEl. which do so easily beset us. Our those present. Twenty-five T. Frank I-andrum. "''tark Florida You are required tn appear on RepaiKjmE.iMr.4fJ'
TRUTH CRl'SIIKD: TO EAKTH I wanton waste of the wealth of guests attended. Hostesses with Atty. for Pit. l-, 4t 1.2wI. I Lob 20h.( 185O, In the above named

I '; Who invented the electric light? It you say Edison, you're wrongIt I would wish you a quiet heart soil, our desecration of natural Mrs. Futch were Mrs. J. P. Wy. ClreaJt Ceort.-Bradford C....",, Court seeks divorce and cause, ears, ,wherein ru.todv plaintiff& control

named Yablochkov. Who devised the telegraph? To which no bitter wind of our heedlessneSs of those rick and Miss Elizabeth Terry. Florldai l. tba.eery.Jean : i>f miner child Bradford
Russian beauty Plaintiff, va.Jamen .
WTM a Emmlra Andereon. County Telegraph hall publish thla
chance
Morse you're wrong again-It was another Russian may stray; who come after us.: 'If only we Mr. and .Mrs. Ernest Peavy and Christopher Howies Ander* Order In next four weekly lnHuea.WltneBB I
It you say Or chili or blight of circumstance No. T*7.. officialMeal
Defendant. Cane hand and
still another von. my I
of
named Yakobi. Tho radio? No. It wasn't Mrconl-lt wan served our love money, our Mrs. W. E. Harvey of Orlando vis. Order of f.."... '>v. How about the first successful flying contempt. for the intangible of ited Mrs. Harvey' parents Mr. <%poe r. UTATFJ OP FLORIDA tot ) p'I
named Pop New
Russian to A vision dreamed that down the moral aid spiritual James Christopher Rwles Ander'son. ( 71'1g'iAr6 HEAT'A.: J. ThomaiAs Low
the our
brothers" you'll have to go spirit and Mrs. Carl Prevatt last week
: machine? If you answer' the Wright endure I whose residence and addrensla Clerk of said Court.
flew like a years complacency. For this Bin of unknown: By Haven Croaby. D. C..ToHeph .
the bottOm of the class a ltuMslan called! MozhalsHy As stands the lighthouse where waste and extravagance as for Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Testone You ate required to- appear on K. Rklpper,vlIJ.n flrahamBulldltm Half Soles
St. Petersburg 20 years before the Wrights took( off at'KItty the breakers beat: were visiting In Orlando last week Feb. 6th 1960 In the above named : ':''' Florida' :
I bird near right things left undone forgiveus Court and .caune wherein plalntlflReeka Atty. for Plf. 1-10 4t 2-10 Men's) $$1
suck* ,end. .
: lIawk. Stormbrulsed the ocean Lord. We beseech thee, O. God divorce ft reMtoratlon* of mal -

These and similar revelations, are dlscloaed by Edmund Stevena and criesHarmlecn to guide us in paths of truth and I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas were Telegraph d"n name anal publish UradforJ this County Ordet la Circuit ('cart. Bradford. Coaaty,,

in the Christian Science! Monitor. He found them In Soviet magazine swIrls the torrent at peace. To fit our people as the shopping In Jacksonville last Mon- In ant four weekly Inmioo.Wltnemi Florldai W. Darden.la ( aeacerr.John Plaintiff, va. Blush Half Sole. .
he allys.ona of the way Its feet.A my hand and official It. urden, Defendant. Cane No. 7'99.Onler .
called the Literary Gazette. They show. Standard bearers of brotherhood day.Mr. seal nt Starke, Florida, this December of Paallratlan aad Notice te (Women's) $$1
"woo* Russian national pride. The move corresponds calm high, faith In love that: and justice to all mert, to createIn and Mrs. Oscar Johnson and 89, 1949.'OFFICIAL. "....... STATIC f>F FLORIDA tlRlxle
Soviet party Thomaa.An
the SEAL) A. 9.
withstandThe whoa residence la
to a vital need of Russians to vindicate their solf-respect and can UA the attitudes the characterand daughter Kay of Jacksonville were Clerk of said Court unknown It. Darden.:
of Inferiority.' It also Increases hurt of little. things I wish the will for peace, thru our t!')' llnven Crosby t>. C. You are required Is, appear ...nF..br..ary Ladies' Lifts
Destroy old sense
the residue of an for you. visiting Mrs. Johnson's Uncle and A. J. Thomas Jr., Stnrke, Florida. *0, 1950.! In. the abovenamed 2.i!
catch with and outstrip Lord Jesus Christ we pray. Amen. : for Pit. I'S 4* *i
to up Atty.
capacity wherein
their ,
In and
the Russian's confidence "Quiet heart" stanch dream Aunt Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blan- Court cause
time." It Is. In Don had to go to Sioux City. He plaintiff ...k.. divorce. Bradford
the rest of the world technically at the present and steadfast strengthWill has the funeral this P.. M., Diggerand chard recently.Cecil I !. rireult tenet Bradfoml. C.t, County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder : SHOES SHINEIsikk
of the kind of "morale-building propagandathe Florida 1m Cataar rr.IttnHle In next four weekly issues
other words, an example bear you through. I are here. I have been washIng Atkinson of Miami was I J. Hayes. Plaintiff, va. Mary Witness my' hand ant official seal
government Is now feeding the Russian masses. -Julia Collins Ardayne curtains and cleaning. I also Ellis 11&,..., Defendant. Case No. at Starke, Florida., this January
visiting in the home of his Uncle 7678.r
Moreover. It Is an example of how the Soviet bosses will use any made more embroidered pillow Order ., Pakflratlon .... Notice. ttpprar. U.(OFF'lciAn 1950. SEAL) A. J. Thomas
These winter days are swiftlyflylnf. and Aunt Mr and. Mrs. A.. M.
ends. Communist thinking holds KT.ITK OK KLOHIDA <*i A. Clerk of said Ceurt.
their
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to serve I found th"
half-truth myself using
untruth or cases. Mary Kllln hayes, whose rewldenoeK I Haven Crosby I). C. !
think whenI By
It Is I have time to Blanchard last week.
that the end Justifies the use of any'means.. If a lie will work. pretty ones more and more. So Fair tlluff North Carolina: JoHenh K. gklpper.: 221 OrahamRtiiliiing ,
twisted out of all semblance to what they mean to I alone. And of all the thlnll'MI decided t&' pretty up about all of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and You are required to appear on Jacknonvlllc. Florida
told. Words are 'I Feb. 6th 1800 In the above nam..dC..ut Ally for Plf. 1-20 4t :-10
nations. That Is touched on In General Walter Bedell Smith's would wish for each of my read I them. It does one good to make daughter Loraine were guests of and cau.e. whernln plaintiff
other Moscow. He, Sec. ers. In a "Quiet heart." Yes above pretty things for the home, and it seeks dlvon-e. Bradford County .. CircuIt Coarl. llradferd Ceaety.FI.ridai SHOE REPJ
revelations of his experiences as Ambassador to ; [ relatives on Cedar Keys last Sun. Telegraph shall \>ubll.." this Order la Ckaacory..
assumed all things quiet heart with faith does me keep a quiet In next four weekly. iHatien.WttnriiM .
Marshall and other Americans he says. "Naively help happy I day. official P. (-. William. Plaintiff va. Oracle
retary hand and ea
In love. A faith that can withstandthe mY Defendant. Cane No.
heart. MlllH Williams,
that the word "democracy" meant the same thing. to the Politburo and at Sinrkr, Florida. this DecemberOFFICIAL 7702. M. F. Hudson, I'ropn
beat of little hurts greater '
could have been more PECAN CAKE: For a changeI I 31. ''411. Order of PaMlcatl cad (o(le. 4.App..r. .
thet it did to us." Events proved that nothing hurts of death and changes that ([ flJo AI.) A. J. ThomaeAa RTATM OP'FLOBIDA tottirade Across St 'orm' Park '
which suited got the instant cake mix. I beatIt I In rlrmlt c..sflr.df.d <'enatr', Clerk of said Court
wrong The Russians gave 'democracy' a new meaning time brings. Yes the wounds of according to directions. I used ,, floridi la ( ........,.. nv HA von r-re.by, .D. C. la.MlllH 142 DeKalu Williams Avenue whose, Porte-reel-ldence
International
them, and thus managed to give Interpretations to time hurt. hurt ever so much unless Alfred Clrltntn Plaintiff VH. PMnrenoi Att)'. for Plf. tU 1-27 mouth Virginia: _.
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the white. but yellow would work U. Urimni, rivfendant. Cane No. 7619.llrder 1
agreements which were the exact opposite of what the West had In- we have a quiet heart. Only too. I cut up a cup of pecan meats ., Pa.........". und Notlr t. C U.L F..n ninxSealed You are required to appear on
reason for our failure to the tppear. NTATH OK FLORIDA let bids will be received by
Is one of the principal our Savior can give us quiet
tended. This policy and stirred them In the cake. J Plnrenra O. meet the Russians! on common ground. heart, and down the ages he tins baked slowly and put chocolate and addr.... I. unknown: I I Ptarke at the City Office In Starke,
I not failed thaNe who ,would call You are required$ to appear on I' Florida, until 8:00: P.M. K a.T., on
Icing. on It and stuck some whole FOR EXPERT WASHIN
February lath 1950 In the above the 7th day or February
Tuesday
,uport Him. I have known people ... ...
GKASS-ROOT8 COUNTRYThe halves on top. It Is good. .n".1Jou.t and l. wherein 19T.O at which time and place all
STILL A who never. seem to have a quiet plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford bid received will be' publicly opened
The. pun shines bright. It Is cold. County Telegraph shall publish thAI .
the foliowing
and read aloud on
government of this nation |'e dominated by the small towns ; moment. Some little thing each outside. A Is the Ord.r In next four weekly iHHuee. supplies: Jteaill a-a..o..... delivered -
snow on ground.
rurals areas-not by the great city populations. That strikIng :morning upset them and kept \vltnexe mv- hand and official o..al'at I ('It? Tank at City Meat POLISHING GREASIN
and the
My heart soars with Joy this Starke, Florida thla January Water Float, Htarke-. Florida l.ofcrlratlair ,
of the United States Congress them In "Hot water" all\ day Don II. I95D
In an analysis 40e
fact is developed alia retalllaaj at per ",
I feel that
with
morning. faith and
of The American' Fresrf' has taught me much about peace. (OKKH'IAI. SEAL) A. J. Th,,ma.,I tearS for a period of .! .. .'-" '
published In the December Issue prayers there will be no more war A* Clerk of Bald Court The said City reserves the right I
He Is a quiet western man. wholesome By haven *. TIRES TUBES BATTERIES 1
Cro by P ( .
The analysis shows that 76 out of the 96 Senators 79 per cent- I and we can all have peace and to accept. or reject. any or all bldn.City
and always the right'andgood. T. Frank Inndrum, Starke. Florid* I IAtty I of Htarke, Florida
rural majorities and that 54 per cent of the Representative quiet hearts. for Plf. l-U 4t J3In
are elected by I He does not talk much. 1 3tZ3| By Carl John. City Clerk "
rural counties than urban counties. For God bless you all. ,PURE OIL PRODUCTS
represent more in ,find that those with quiet hearts flrenlt "'.a.'. Hradfard r....,. I (.**.L FOIl PIUS <
the purpose of the stuly, a rural county was considered to be one do not talk much. Our tongues can LOVE, LURA Klnrldat Chan-err.. Healed bid. for 4-Inch concrete

which there Is no community with more than 10.000 population get us Into a lot of trouble.!>> Speak Florida Wuodrnw Mae Gardner Oardner Defendant., Plaintiff Cane YS.i sidewalk ala Iliiral HM followH,..... .::.1 feet wide, .

The small number of Senators who represent predomlnently ur- only good of people. We should No. 7HM.! .I I IOrder located ..u. .:...t aide ofVntcr "t. SEE THE AUTO FOUNTAIN :.
,,( Pahlleatlon sad Notice from Hontkeant Career ., Call Kt.l .
rsn constituencies mostly come from states with very small land make that rule first In having LONG BRANCHBy '"p.."... "T..TM OK KI.OHIH* tel .. delis aide-walk laj freeS ., Mn f L

areas and concentrated Industry such as Rhode Island and Con peace of mind. Speak only kind Mrs. J. L. Strlrklanil Woodrow addrena. Gardner In I'.M.ll.whose 69292 renldenreand Atlnntu.Uitnralu I'. M.wide....r..located...... OT oa llaval Walaut feet St.Hfeet Madison & Walnut Streets Starke, FIt)

words to those about Save ..
necticut. you. : adjaerat to properly of II 8lmpn -
The study shows further that 42 Senator and 132 Representatives that hasty word. Smile and cultivate February You are 13th required I9KO to In appear the on ... will be received by the City -4

have a weekly 'newspaper as their home town paper. It then said: peace and a quiet heart. Our rural mall carrier, Sidney named Court and ratine, I\lonv.1 --
.: Dream dreams of and love Is lalntiff l seeks dlvorre. itrl1 rurI -
Harris suffering from
peace a
severe -
i "AH of those from rural areas depend on weekly newspapers as one 'ounty Telegraph shell publlnli thin
and quiet. Our town la quiet. my cold. Older In next four weekly IpMueM.WftneHfl STAJI
of their chief barometers of the opinions of their constituents. ,
!neighbors In heart mv hand and offlrlul Meal
peaceful. my Sammie Starling went to Lawley HOME QTARLINGC
The point l Is that In nplte of the growth of the cities, this is still at Stnrke }Florida this January
i a great love for humanity. A via to stay a few days and came 12. UiiO.
a graxa-root4 country. The people on the farms. In the villages and tor in. my house recently said. home with the" chicken pox. (OFFICIAL.. "SKAI.' > A. .1. Thomas, OWNED I
Aa Clerk of aald
In the small municipalities have the dominant voice when It comes "I so dislike that woman that I The warm weather is makingthe Hv haven Crosby P. ('. Court OGrocery&Marketi3FLOR1SPECIALS
laws. The future of America Is ('ImrlpK K. Menu, 204-05 Guaranty
make
to electing the men who our would not care what happened to
I farmers want to plant corn 1,1?.. Mldir, Jttikaonvlllp, FlorMn. ,
In our handx... her." I immediately whispered a and peas. In fact some have Atty. for Fit. 1-13 4t J-3

prayer. I did not lecture her. But. bought purple hull crowder peas la (.1........ Court-, llradfurd Coin IT, i
I am sure she does not have a quietleart. from Mr. Strlclkand and said that r...>rtdal' In f._........ FOR WEEK ENDING JANUARY 28TII 1950;;
Peace dreams love, smiles Vallery, Plaintiff, vn. Mary .
they Intended to go right home and t"VII'j.;: : ; 7USlOrder
-renilitnt. faHe No.
and also terms of sympathy plant them. Dad Belt wants a of)Ptikllvalloa and %........ to WE RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry: I
.. .. .... ""'''TI'I OK KI.OHIIIt tot
.p. Street1
Tuesday at noon a call came. garden for his own use so he is Mary O. Vallvtry. whose reHldance.and .

My neighbor lady up the street fencing up a little lot and getting acl
passed away. I went with Don to ready to raise a garden. Our Kentucky Mora Louisiana: K

; PARTICULARthoughtfulness pick up the body. I entered the flowers like this Florida February You are 6th repulrrI, 1950, to In appear the: above on :r's':

house and there stood> a lady l'' weather so well they have come named Court peek and divorce cauie FYadford wli..rtlnihtlnttff I : .

in serving and extreme knew so .well with tear-stained up and are about ready to bloom <.'"..nly Telea-ruph shall publluli. th.Order LARD 141 i

of cost have justly face. I said "Why, May I did not I when they should have waited until In next mv four hand weekly and official l.MiefiWltneoa PER POUND :
modesty
know this was your mother." She March. Well we all may wish we seal at tllrk... Florida this January 2

signalized the worth and merit of held me close for a moment and! 11 had waltd for a while, for winter 5.(OFFICIAT.IW'.O Sf:.".) A. J. Thnm.R .... ,

heard a muffled "Yes". I patted, Isn't over yet. we fear. A Cl..rk of Bald court --
well known Service. tv Haven Crosby, P. I"
our her back. Words leave us when we:'I Aunt Babe Padgett la able to I"'h..rl.. Tl Menu. 2"') .U flimrnnty

feel the great sympathy. I can come to church again! We miss her t.ifs. Xulldlnir, Jacksonville..i"tord't4
wish for her a QUIET HEART, very much when'she; isn't able to'' Atty. for Plf. --- I." U NICE 3 POUNDS 45 Ib. Can Home Made Pur1(

to hold her thru life while storms get hel'e.'e usually' have a house' la Circuit ('onrI: Bradford. tenet,
DeWITT C. JONES made by war greed and Klorldai In 4 an..rer,..
jealousy full of babies .
every Sunday night, : lenhel
,
Peter I.lvldllll' Plaintiff. \*
Phone 7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance. and hate and great( misunder and we are really proud to have Llvl..lnl."r..nd.nl.. Cane No 76X0 I ONIONS 19c LARD 5.7
The Order of Pabllratloa. and >o..lr. to
i standing. heart It
quiet sings. them In services. ".."..,. ..T ,'l.n OV KI.OHIIIl tel .
Funeral Director ServiceOur laughs/ and I. gentle. It hat a sym- Cards from our son. Alonzo tell Isabel l I.lvldliil whnee residence andaI.lreusu I
In mil: Kmit SUet Silent,
pathy for youth and tolerance for
made the back to California
us they trip llronx. :New York:
local funeral home enables as to offer conveniences and the other fellow's religious be- safely although they ran You are' required. to appear on Fla.. LocalDressed
liefs. Life Is no short to have February Oth, l Uii" In the above I
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any
services not otherwise available. Into floods In several places. named Court and. cause whereinplaintiff
thing but peace and quiet heart.HELPWJL Heek divorce .BradfordCiMinty
." rrr.. ... HINTS ---------- Telefrraph Khali publish Ibid FRYERS 37
: I made a Order In next four weekly tnftueflWl & Drawn
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and pattern file. Got a scrap book and ..III....a mv hanil and official, neril
at Htnrke, Florida thin January
accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANT pasted the pages together leavingthe CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION 4. 19SOlOFFlCIAt. POUND
top edge open. I slip the pat- "' ''''AI.> A. .1. Thoraa,
company. as payment In part or In full o a funeral. Ai Clerk or said. Court
Consultation! carries no obligation. terns In these pockets. You even By Haven Cro.bv.. P. C
paste the pictures of the patternon T. Frank l.andrum. Clarke, Florld.-i
the outside. I used stale cake PHARMACISTS Atly. for rif. 1-6 ft 1-27

by cutting it In cubes and made a In Clrealt teen Bradford toast, SAVO 2 FOR I Better Brand 3 FO

Klorldai I. C aaaeery.
sauce like I make filling for pies.I .
Jean Holnmon I'lalntlff. vn. Jack
poured over the cake and topped Holomon. Iiefendant. Cane No. 7479
with with 4>rder of PnHllcallaa And N."... ToAppear.
Build it whipped cream. "..., ., Florida 'go.Jack BLEACH 23c Dog Food' 23
CLAY HILL: I wa so Kerry to !Solomon whose residence ansi
Hddren In 502S Cote St.. CatherineHnail
hear Of the death of LeonardS.
Sgt. ;No. 10, )1..ntr..IJu.b..",
Strickland. I recall him as a Canada

young man full of fun and laughs.He February You are 6th.required 19AO. In to the appear above on ;

had a dear wife and a sweet namnd Court and CIIU... wherein

little boy My sympathy goes to County plaintiff' Toleitruph.....k. divorce ahull publish Bradford this RICE BtfT;

Rev. Strickland letter and family. Sucha Ord...v In next my four hand weekly and official l iccuesWitneusa 3 LB. 29

.sweet from Lorene Pad- enl at Clarke, Florida this January
gett. She goes to school every day 4. 1090.
I .
'I OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAa
I and Is Improving so In writing. 1 Clerk. of Bald Court
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have always encouraged her to be n v' Haven Cronby r) C.

I''a school teacher. She is a brilliant ON-THE-MINIT SERVICE T Ally Frank for T.nndrum Plf. Starke.l-'Florida 4t 1.27, .

student. At least, I found she \A Roma Brand. We Grind It II

I learned quickly.Our PHONED PRESERVED LB Fresh While You Wait! LJ

beloved Pastor Rev Join;
Orange of the Presbyterian Church j" 64 Night

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FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY;
STARKK
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4 of block 8 in sec. 28, twp. 6 S, Starke and Mr. and Mr-
r.- Observes Elma Lee HickeyTo Sprightly Musical Recent DeedsDeeds y[
or John Uglow range 22 E. N. Oilman of Washington c,

92nd Anniversary Wed Mr. SpurlinMiss ,With Donald O'Connor recently recorded In the Mr. and Mrs L. R. Griff of ty R. I. Track of land 'm, (th,,
i) of the NE!:
quarter
To Park court house were: Starke and Mr. and Mrs. G. D, quartv 11
Coming
L1\: ) Elma Thomas of Starke Mr. and Mrs Stanley Sales of Grlffls of Starke. NE cor. of the 36, twp. 6 S, range 2] R

announces the engagement and "Yes Sir That's My Baby. Show- Starke and Mr. and Mrs. R C. W 1-2 of the E ,1-2 of the N 1-2 t t'I
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I, approaching marriage of her neice. Ing at the Park Theatre Sunday Groover of Brooker. SE quarter of the SE quarter of theo NE :: ;. ,

: Miss Elma Lee Hickey, to JamesT through Tuesday is said to be one of the SW quarter of sec. 9, twp. quarter.of sec. 29, twp. 6 S, range WEri.! Mfl"''''',,), I /,''I

_. Spurlin son of Mrs George L.. of the best comedies of the year. 7 S, range 20( E. 22 E.Mr !:ii ;. ';
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June Caldwell Office 3purlin and the late Mr. Spurlin Filmed in Technicolor and costarring VV S. Sibley of Starke and Mar and Mrs :J. T. Land of r ".

Ph. Stale Farm 43 Editor: Phone 29 :of Penney Farms. Donald O'Connor Charles tha Johnson and Edward West- Starke and Mr. and Mrs Roy W. t1'ID
YnLsjD
The wedding will be an event of Coburn and Gloria De Haven, the NE Tyre of Starke. NW quarter of 8 "Ii
.. I land of Starka. All of the .. .. :l....f..
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March 16, at seven the troubles of a
Thursday I film concerns quarter of the NW quarter west the SE quarto of sec 26 twp.

Ladies Auxiliary Woodmen Officers I :lock in the evening In the Memorial young war veteran and his wife of State Road No. 28! In sec. 12. 7 S, range 22 E7 Recent blrtJis In Shaav .

10 ( Chapel at Penney Farms. who live with their baby on a twp. 8 S, range 22 R Mr. and Mrs. H. 1). Wiggins of Hospital were:
Installed
:Meets With Mrs. Ward January No invitations are being sent I college campus while completingtheir Mr. and Mrs 1>. G. Kelly of Bradford County and Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. R. :M MR.\ r b

and friends of theladies' Woodman Circle Grove No. 287 i but all friends of the couple are education. Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony': Mrs. Leonard A.' Hall of Bradford Starke, a girl Beverly Lon,
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Members of the Presbyterian held Its regular meeting and Installation tr ''nvited to attend both the weddingand ; Everyone can look back on post. Cermenaro of Starke. All of lots|I County. NE ror. of the NE quarter January 17.

Auxiliary were entertainedin of officers Tuesday January reception, which will be held war headaches that have a chuckleIn 5 and 9 In Simon J. Temple's Addition of the SE quarter of sec. 24, Mr and Mrs. P. D. Panch

the home Church of Mrs. C. F. Ward on 10. 'in the Community Inn at Penny ''I retrospect. O'Connor and Miss to Staike, In sec 28, twp.|I twp. 7 S, range 21 E. of the State Farm, a boy |t

Lafayette Street Tuesday evening. The hall was beautifully deco- Farms Immediately following the De Haven, as the young couple, ,,6 S, range 22 10.: Also lots 2 and Mr. and Mrs. Julia McRae of I Dennison, III, on January !)
ceremony. !stumble on just about every tl'lall],
of
meet- rated with arrangements glad-
the first regular .
This was and tribulation In the book before
ne of till year with the new officers iolla. M' WomenTo bringing the picture to a happy :
presiding They were Mrs. The ImpressIve Installation services Junior 1 I endIng. ; We'll Bet You'll Say: 1

E. C. Holtzcndorf, President; Mrs were conducted by Mia. Ab- Meet February 2 I As the mighty but modest war' 1a
Mrs.
\V. A. Stern Vice President; ble Holden, Mrs. Bea Carter and Donald quonset
IT. H. Young, Secretary; Mrs. J. The monthly meeting of the .,hero, occupies a 4 "Best Pork Roast ,,
Mrs. Winifred Cauthern of Jack. 'hut with his wife Gloria, and their
Kite Corresponding Secretary; Junior Woman's Club will be held 'I. \
B. the of V
Treasurer. sonvllle and Mrs. Anry Strickland 2 at8:00: I baby Boopklns on campus in'
and Mrs. K. O. Duncan John Uglow, one of Starke'soldest next Thursday February Donald
where
Granger College I
of Belle Glade The following of, and best-loved citizens, ob- p.m. In the club building. Mrs. l IJ\r
to football ,with I I Ever
wants play : !
The meeting was opened by the fleers were Installed: Fait Pres served his 92nd birthday anniversary D. L. Thomas will be program'I four vet pals under Charles hill 1', 1 Bought N

President, Mrs. B. C. Holtzcndorf. ident Eunice Wilson, President, on Thursday, Jan. 20. chairman for the evening. Her ;burn's tutelage.
Mrs. W. A. Stern gave the devo- On Sunday Mr Uglow will be theme will be "The American [ MiMl 1
Maude Lappe tat Vive President, Home." Hostesses will be Mrs. However Gloria and the other
tions !Which consisted of Bongs, the honor guest at a family birthday -
scripture and prayer. .. Virgie Barksdale, 2nd Vice President dinner at his home on Lafayette Robert Barksdale, chairman, Mrs. :.player's wives stage a. revolt. I toUI

Minutes of Board meeting were Emma J. Stephen on, Secretary St. With him and his daughter Ernest Phillips, Mrs. Eugene'Long, Fate smiles at last and with lo;
C. F. Ward on this occasion Miss Hazel Fields and Miss Barbara Donald and his pals playing Granger -I j-
Mrs
read and approved; a thank you Mildred Frick, Treasurer, >'
note wa read from Mrs. Rutham Ethel Raymond, Auditor Emily will be their relatives the Cameron College manages to come d :

Kearns and the treasurer's report Denmark, Chaplain Eula Mae McDowell families of Jackson- :through thus quelling the wlves'lrebe1l0n I Iid

vaa made. Connor, Attendant May Moore, ville.CAROLYN. Associational WMU \ and making' a happy endIng -

The organization voted to send Assistant Attendant Dorothy At BrookerThe for everyone. "SUPEJP k Loin ,
Rally 0 r
the Bradford County Telegraph fortH Dowling Musician, Mae Green, .- 1 Besides the laugh-provoking situations .

year to Mrs. May Dlcklns, a and Captain Fronle Crew New River Associational offered by the film, there [

former member of the Auxiliary. Previous to the meeting a ban- WMU Rally will be held at the also are three new song hits. Also '''A'P'. "Super Right" Poi < Center Cut

After the distribution of the quet was held at the Guidon Grill Brooker Baptist Church on Wednesday Donald Gloria and Coburn team Loin-End35 57
Gina Fair Share C Pound /
'for (
nG rendition of the film's Everyone
"Dials" the Vice President an- for all members. Feb. 1. Luncheon will be up a ,

nounced her program for the Feb- served by the host church. We theme song the popular" "Yes Sir.That's |of Choke Center Cat With

ruary meeting which will be held Mary Ella Turner urge -every WMU member, who My Baby. RIB-END. Pound 35c i

at the home of Mrs. J. R. Kite. possibly can, to attend this Rally The three stars turn In the ,Each Rib and bin Roast ,

Mrs. K. O. Duncan gave a short Honored On Birthday Miss Providence will be the speaker al tip-top performances for usu-I Removed! M
.Tenderloin Not WESTERN
program on Co-operation for a Jr. during the morning session and they are known to movie SPARE RIBS lb. 39i
honored
Christian Nation and ended by Miss Mary Sue Epperson Rev. R. A. Green will speak duringthe LEAN t
with "
Miss Mary Ella Turner a surprise -
Super Right
showing the co-operation of Presbyterians afternoon. FFA NEWS NOTESA
party on her 14th birthday
with other denominations Thursday evening January 19. I was right among all the pop- Heavy Western SLICED PORK LIVER lb. 25i
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In Alaska New Mexico< and About 25 people were Invited corn, yelling, singing/ and what U.D.C. To MeetThe special meeting of the Future ,
Western Puerto Rico as well as young have you at Smiley Burnett's show Farmers of America was called

locally to enjoy this affair. And If all the kiddies enjoyed \V. T. Weeks chapter of the this week by the President, Glenn BEEF

Mrs. E. M. Davis conducted the I Arrangements of camellas and themselves half as much as Carolyn U. D. C. will hold its monthly Connor and 22 members and four

quiz on work of our own denomination other flowers were placed throughout they had a good time.I program and social meeting at visitors were present. DEXO Shortening 31b can 61lona 6

? around the world. the home. learned something there too.I the home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins on Officer and Committee reportswere ROUND ,

Mrs. Edward Charbonneau 'sang Indoor games were enjoyed for know it dosen't seem possible, North Walnut Street next Wed- made and the chairman appointed .
several selections.At several hours and the hostess but I really did! Have you ever nesday February 1, at 3 o'clock. three boys on each of the STEAK, lb. 69c

the close of the meeting the served birthday cake and cokes to thought about who was the favorite following committees: Banquet FLOUR 25 Ib bag 1.3AnnPageKETCHUP,14ozJ 1 J

hostess, assisted by Mrs. Char her guests late In the evening. cowboy movie star around WCTU NoticeThe Sweetheart, Softball, Parliamen- HUMP ,

bonneau, served delirious refreshments Enjoying this affair with Mary here? Well I hadn't-not until tary Law Judging Team Quartet ROAST lb. - 59c
,
and a social hour was en- Sue and Mary Ella were Misses Smiley mentioned It. He had every Laura Scott Chapter of the Horse Show and Ppblic Speaking.:

Joyed. Martha Landrum Marsha Kath- one applaud for their favorite as WCTU will have its program and Scruggs made a talk In behalf lirCK

eryn Hazen.. Ann Bunch, Marian he called the names of different social meeting this afternoon of the American Legion, askingthe

(Henderson, Jimmie Moncrlef, The- ones and Roy Rogers!: and the Dur- (Friday) at the home of Mrs. J. boys to help distribute flags ROAST, lb. 53c

Birthday Party da Bradon and Nancy DuPro, Billy ango- Kid won with a tie. T. Quigley beginning at 3 o'clock. to various parts of the county and) Ann (I'ajre CREAMY SMOOTH

For Archie GreenMrs Henderson, Marlon Harrington. Friday was really a big day at I give talks on how the flag shouldbe (iKOUNU >

I Raymond Williams, Billy Cres'! I3HS. Arbor Day program In the I saluted, etc. The members a- PEANUT BUTTER lb. <[
honored her INTEREST BEEF Ib. 49c jar 3
L J. Green : ler. Tom McLanp, Vernon Under- morning lasting about an hour I OF greed to help In this work ,

mm, .4fahle. on his 10th birthday hill, and Johnny Kopelousos Then in the afternoon there wasa After the ,
meeting was adjourned -
anniversary Thursday afternoon KONCLKSS: BKKF: ;
basketball game between Lawteyand The following renewal, and the went to the ,
new boys
armory Ann
her Page R
PINT
last with at
of week a party Jl'.V
Mrs. Pass HonoredBy the Tornadoe B team. Students change of addresses received by and played basketball. STEW, lb. .. 59c
dome, .were excused to see! the the Telegraph will be of Interest I IlIU
outdoors' Beta.Sigma PhiThe SALAD DRESSING 23c 3!91
held
The party was game and you were mighty lucky to friends: ('.\ OF THANKS: )
where the children spent an en- ;to find a seat.
afternoon Gamma Theta Chapter of Gordon Weest, 3208 N. W. 22nd Words fnll to express our deep Jack Sprat Fancy
jf'able playing
games. .
Yellow Beta Sigma Phi entertain Mra Three B Team cheerleaders kept Ave, Miami 37, Fla gratitude and heartfelt appreciation -
ar.J decoration
were used. The two-tiered green birthday I: Willard Pass, who has recently up the Tornadoes morale and the fat Lt. F. M. Williams, Hq. & as we extend our thanks to Sparkle GELATIN DESSER1 917c

cake, holding 10 candles""was decor moved to Tallahassee at n d.,- 6th. 7th and 8th grades really did Hq. Sdn.( Olmsted AFB Mid- friends and relatives for their BACON

,tted. In yellow and green. I llghtful morning coffee at the Home cheerlnThey/ didn't need dletown. Pa. thoughtful klndnexs and floral offerings .
home of Mrs. Robert Barksdnle a bit of help from the high school. !In this time of our bereavement

Archie received many lovely, ]Monday at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Barks- ,Tornadoes'won,' but Lawtey played Carl Llndwall Wayne Nebraska. during the lasts of our All Flavors SforliO.IICK f 1
gifts from his friends' a fine Mrs. D. D. Oliver, Boca Raton. - -
dale game.
was assisted by Mrs. Leslie mother, Mrs! Mary E. Rosier Lb4D35c
Fla.
After .
singing "Happy Blrthduy Biggs and Mrs! Merry Beth Smith. Shirley Harley had eyes only .The FamJly.RELIEF.
M-Sy Green, assisted by Judy, Adolph Frledenberg 5624 W, Beloit -
Coffee, dainty open-fnred sandwiches for the Lawtey Team or rather a
Green, Mrs. Juanita Phillips, :Miss _
Road
Westallls\ 14, Wla.
nuts and cookies were certain player on their team did

Sara served Barefoot Ice cream and drinks Jimmto, and Cole Inlivdualcakes served from a beautifully appointed :'you notice? A little bird told me C. K. Salter, Marion Ohio. AT LASTFarYour O.I-ICK FROZEN FILLETS OF "

dining table, covered with an his name ;was Randall Martin. Emory H. Price 1103, Graham
( to the guests. RED PERCH Ib. 33c
Favors were fancy candy and exquisite lace cloth and centered 'I Was that Curtis R. walking to Bldg., Jacksonville Fla. -

"oons. with American Beauty roses. school with Martha U the other :Mrs. Gertrude Roach, 1330 East'! COUGH & UKCSSKO:: : j

Other arrangements of azaleas I day? Sure miss peeing Barbara 8th St., Pueblo Colo. j Q ,
About 33: children enjoyed! this Creomulsion relieve promptly becauce WHITING '
affair with Archie.Fxecutive I and Radiance roses were placed Bunch and Kasper Duncan together D. H. Dukes Box 05, Worth- ic .goes right to the lest of the. trouble lb. 15c 0014
throughout tho home. II What's all this about A. E. ington Springs FIlL in help loosen and expel germ laden ,
I The honoree was presented a and C. H.? phlegm and aid nature to tooth and ,
Board Roy Dugglna change from Salem 4
dainty box of note stationary by Short hair seems to be the latest heal raw, ,tender inflamed bronchial I
Of Club To Meet the chapter. 1 fad with a lot of BHS girls a few Ind. to< Starke mucous membrane..TeU your Creomuhion druggist ) 1
C. A. Cox, 1019 N. W. 42St., to sell you a bottle of ia r
Jackie
1 being. Rause. Mary Andrews with the understanding! you mutt like
The Executive Board of the Mrs. Griffis HonoreeAt Shirley Shaw Patsy Benton Miami 37. Fla. the way it quickly allay the cough
Roman's Club of Starke will meet Valrle B. Kldd, change from back.CREOIY1ULSION. '
,
I Jean Summlln and Joan Ten-, I or you are to< have your money r't s 1ZN1 S' -
Thursday, February 2, at 3:30 Lovely Shower ''y. Starke to Box 292 Highland

o'r'ock In the club building. All : Springs Va. I
Mrs. W. L. Monday was quite a day with CouehsChetColdt.aronchitis I'
Thigpen and Mrs.W. for
members are urged to attend.
Wm. H. Box Penney
L. Thlgpen Jr. honored Mrs. ,the opening of the new BHS cafeteria Glover 226. FI ".'CiOI-DKNIIKAKT) /

.--. ...._._ _,_._._ T Grace Grlffls and also report cards given. Farms, Fla. I ---
with a shower nt the -- CELERY 2
home of Mrs. Thlgpen, Jr last I can assure you the new cafe-, Rep. George Smathers 229 W. Stalks 9c
'T'S SMART, trela was a more pleasent subject' Ashley St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Thursday afternoon, 19.
January to a lot of us. It really Is nice and Mrs. E. N. Durkee Hollywood.I I'] &CTARKE FRESH CALIF'ORNI.DATES .\
PLANNING... '
of
Arrangements cut flowers makes ." AcB
and potted plants were used In I the lunch hour more enJoy-: Fla. n-.1\ 8 oz. pkg., 2 29c New Low Price J'I

To. Call Tony Stevens For decorating the living room where able.Now Wayne Edwards Montverde I
1 I the report card.Vondf'r! JANE PARKER DELICIOUS
1 the guests ; School, Montverde Fla.J. ;No.
our spent an enjoyable afternoon whoa !going to sign Barbara Grlf- UHITU : Goo or nagged

Commercial playing games and con- fls's! -card her husband/' Whycouldn't W. Abel, S So. Suffolk Ave POTATOES 10 lb. 29c
tests. I Ventnor N. J.. ANGEL FOOD
Wedding 1 Geraldine B. even take a !)oJlln.,:Mon., Toes.,. Jan. 29-81 I
Banquet Mrs Griffis received many love I peek at hers/' Overheard Helen

1 And Birthday ly gifts. H. counting her A's to see how YES. SIR! LEMONS, 3608, doz. 49c Small .
1 J Ring Large 2 I
at lunch the 49c
treat hour
PICTURESCTEVENS The hosetesses served delicious\ ,much money she had earned this 'ts quite a
t
refreshments and eAch guest received -,I six .;.weeks. Getting paid to study other day playing a trumpet and t"LO'UI.oUIUEN:
I ( a clever ; then you should have heard him
I PHOTO favor. ,m.v. my That's My Baby CABBAGE lb. 2c
singing "The Old Master Painter"Tuesday -
I Was that Sammie with a tie on New Low Price .
FINISHING
Miss ,Monday morning? Wonder what morning.-Maybe another
Mann
t Receives
the occasion was! ? Caruso In the making. And by the Ihmald O'Connor Chaw Coburn, I'OI.K i.r TKMJKKFRESH : GREEN:: JANE PARKER FRESH

t here every roll In expertly1"ecrlopnl I'Honors At College Overheard some members of the way, did you know that was Ma.non's Gloria eIIa\en BEANS 2 lb. 29c

t Printed or Enlarged I |Glee Club talking about a "Gay and Glenn' favorite song? I'll)" "((oUtlay For Danny". tat- II ANGEL

t 1l 1 OCATED AT DAIIlnR.Stm.'T : In a recent election at Valdosta Nineties" show they're going to What I would like to know Is eat No'.d ('artoonWed iv SIK.SU: R1(1ORANGES FOOD

SHOP 110 Call St. State College Miss Margaret, (Pol-I have sometime In March. Will let was that white sweater Joyce' wax

.)-- -"A ----.oGo|11y""Of) Mann, sister of E. C. Mann Jr. you know when and where. wearing Tuesday, mnde of rabbit's 5 lb. 29c Bar Cake 3CJ,[
Starke, was chosen as "Marga"Iof : There's Ester ?' .
another new girl In the hair or was just! kidding ,1 Thiir. Feb I A: :2
j the Junior Cla+". Marga Is the Junior class Cute/' '(ld llnA' not It II .
t Yea man! Her < or was really on I HOME RE tUi'IK.i InPurkeitea.
I bestowed upon the most all- name Is Dorothv Gay and IIhe' the beam, and how! IHU'I\I.I': FUVTI'KK.Lovable -
PHONE 218 around girls of the four respective APPLES 5 lb. .. 39c
from
Trenton Flu. New
All we needed was some bread Low Price .
classes and they are selected on j Speaking of Trenton I hear the I
the other when that traffic
day
COLONIALFLORIST 'this basis of dependability leadership -(Tornado boys basketball team wona Cheat TOILET !ROAI' J .VNE PARKER LUSCIOUS Iw
cooperation' and scholarship pretty tough there 1am was so badon, Temple Ave. ,
game Friday Boy I never saw so many carsbefore. LUX regular bar 7c
Miss Mann who has night. With Charlie BuggiesrNI -
recently Now. the girls: team- --Well .--Just a miniature Broad JELLY ROLL
become a town student, was first they played a fine game anyway. way and F'tth Ave. Believe It or > 33WMte
lT.OATI.Na, "
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vice president of SGA, Is Have heard
on the you Julia Lawsons 9
not. Motorists
certainly takingIt : !
YWCA cabinet Is a member of new nickname Well. It's "Kleen- good naturedlv.One wantedo EXPOSEDAL. SWAN, large bar 12c
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the Honor Societies Business ex" but don't \
Club tell her I told you. know If he would have timeto
and the Sports Council. Seems Loca R. LATKST: IcE; \\s
really got mad at
I graduate from BUS while being ICMiTLAK IIRSBOUQUET \'Imltnr! ;
@ a couple of rawtey boys on the House Mill(
held up.--Said he bet he could
school bus. What I; 3 for
:Reception Tonight about this Loca' get his diploma in 8 or 9 year 23c
The band has Fri. A Fib :3 & 41)OI'liLE
: Sau
moved .from
the '
For New Boy the weather man is really .
I DoctorAt U. S. O. to AJAX 3 Tall
the Cans
old cafeteria. I 33 t
FLOWERS think a prank puller. Saturday morning ..;., FEAT! UK -
it's better for i
Keystone HeightsA and besides, all concerned everyone In Starke was gettingall : I CLEANSER llc
FOR ALL, OCCASIONS we sure do enjoy that set for winter weather and say _
reception for Dr. and Mrs. music at home room period Wish Ing, "I told you to." Then Sunday Grand Ole Opry I SOAP FTAKCSOCTAGON -
DISH GARDENS! William Musser will be held tonight Mr. R. would cut In with that hot It cleared off as pretty as you :
(Friday) In the Key.ton.Hehthl.s trumpet of his once In awhll' 25
POTTERY Woman's Makes a gal feel please, and we haven't gotten any \\eaver 8...... Jb: Elslry i I
Club beginning klnda peppy>>
snow yet. But believe me kiddies
J St'PEH
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'at 8 o'clock. Overheard \SU-
POTTED PLANTS lUyra Payett talklm-" rm not storing my long handles :
Members of the Club have announced "very excitingly about some new for A couple of months yet. In Early Arizona SUDS 25cSOAP

FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE I that friends in Starke and rules on qualifications you have to Here' a thought for today. \\It h Bill Elliott ,
other have to be permitted to play bas FLAKES:
nearby towns are cordially Young Things-Did It ever Color Ctertooai "Goofy A.MI-
Invited to this event which Is beIng ketball.-Worried. Myra? to you that you might not be IVORY 2Sc
Nona St Starke held for the of Say, Carl Lamar should certainly OCCUJ'I I bur ". A: Chap. 14 "Off. Troll" -
purpose getting I t to< do tomorrow what you I
... acquainted .with the new doc-i' be in the band or the glee club. have done today? .
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'I. -_ -_ r_ SS t= SSSrS-S 5555 S S t_ 53 D C Gilie state Live Stock Sanitary >"0"lri 01 ........". 'Ii.."... C,. ifltnI..n Co 1t..I..... Wit! n""o one lu.nr and official
I Arbor Observed Here Board Tn llUnolti., Corporation ..*'..1..ui. NameNntlca sPill. I nt Htiirkc, Kl'iridu thlf J..i..
Day poultry veterinarian Notlt *. IM ht,'ri liv, given unclitr the I In irnbr K'vi-n' t that the 2(. i nnn.UKF1CIAI..
TallahaMee. Florida provlnlmiH. :, .''C Chnmrr I 5551)i tjiwx lindomlwnril under; th.' .,r..vl.lnn"l ( "KAI. A ,f. Thomas,
i.r 51:,.rll.I;: : ,;I of, 1 91 35. tii oii.h oftin or Chnntir'dur.t) AH clerk nf .,ild' Court.
&na&ii With From every 100 straightrunchicks iiII.l| It |I.Il_ llntPd. l.i-lc.w tin-" ,'fs of 1941 I I. will i ('rI..t| ,r.hri.: \ : i fly )tv.e., ''r(,.hi'. r) C
4IN Fitting ProgramsArbor started the farmer may expert HIIIII.livlnif' I in' 1,1" 'poi'nli-il' I iiiiil-r I Hi it < 'li.',ik of the. 'I 1"11 omit' ', In nndfoi T Kinnk' r.nndriini Hlnrkr' KlorM
: Is ten .i( ,Klmlili, tinil' ari>("i.clinic.. I to Iliadfoul l I I'ountv. KlorldH I he ', A11V _f 01 I'lf I I2 7 4t itiIn
I to get 40 quality pullet I h,' r........Ie or I h.- HiMTi-tiiry" ofHtnti Oct I t Its nnn.'". ..'f ,'Ia. -.li-nii Flnr-I, -- ------
Heilbronn ElementarySchool : *, 'n'h nnd mu..h .. let. under ii hl('h we tir. t.,ii.. .
The wtry
observed with
Before Mr. ...
THE Day was the chicks arrive mill dolnir. I.IIHII.MH, .'' rirrnlt rnurt. Hrndfnril ( trFlorldm .
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NEWS tlnn mniKiir ilvllnqncnt for I h )Iy'III. nt I 14 K fall ..
I celebrated Arbor Day on Mehrhuf .. "rl..ra'i Si' Huirkf.' In IMsrel."rite hnn rrv.
I| appropriate ceremonies last Frl- pointed out the farmer .r i inoii, in I lie flllnir liinilford l'.Ilflty. "'In'-
Friday. Jan 20, when the boys of should be that his brooder |I..l'i. C ..."..1 IIHVHI*.nt of I it"... "III, thnl. I thi' >nld. ,IniHlnexH.. IM owned H WllllnmH. ,lipfrndant.rinlntlfr
-- ,;day when the student body of the I II -- I sure I thi- |.|">i.iHloliH ,or ChlllHIT 14(77. i iI. nnd oit rulnd i IO the r.ll..," ln.. In- vn .Mtnnley I. UlllhioiH.
: the higher grades set luo pine :: house stove, and feeding and Ui..... ..t Kloilda. Arm of "!>:'I1.1 and Vl'Mlfll: pHrtl', M ('tir, :No 77CVI' .. .
Mrs. J. A. Martinez and I Mr and Mrs. A. W. Anderson I I Starke school gathered In'Memor- trees under the supervision of the watering equipment are adequateand I Hint .undi'i thi' |irnvlHlnn".. of ...1.1| | :Mm' 1II..h'h,:. Nnxuoi, '''lhSlmkr.', "tnn".r..nr.uf vrtrfni l-iihllrnllnn: and KloHiitt%.Clr miHtnnliv t

'lu Betty Jean of Jacksont Jr. spent Monday evening In Jack. ial Stadium to hear an address by teachers. The seedlings were sent ; are clean and In good xvoi'king I'lmnti-r tal..., mi I SM Id to i,.iriiorntliiim.V.IH. ..( 1II.1S. .h,..I\.awe..>- ?fS'ir : 1"101.Mm llnotaT .I'nylon S ., Him I ..,'. KlorIdn r. WllllnmH, whoi.real -

$ ,t last weekend here vis-I sonville. i!Dr L. T. Netland, Extension For to the school by the State Forest Condition .'|H 10',1,| .lie .*IIJ, ', t III .1 1 Ies.hst i _'74I2I7In | done ill nt:* nnd ttddrpKH I. fl*>rlin, Mary

'and Mrs. A. W. Redgraveand linil i :, tltni: I lhrf.. (S ) tnontiiN: "h.1 > ou, l IIMI I rriiutrrd to Appear on
3x* I Mrs Edward Burns Mrs. W. R. F ester at the of Florida Service. The poultry specialist also advised iliilo f HUH piililU'RIIon, n.i.h ,
Martinez. University Irrnlt t'onrt. llrnilfnril < ountr, I t I tiriu< I In name.i
Mrs. Joe Morse Mrs. W. W Lamarr. Mrs. Other trees set were five oaks farmers to use high quality. ,I'vnrv. i.>f ouch I'orpiiiatliin. I ii ci,..! I l-'lMrlilni In f hnnrfrv.iiom r.I,2:; H tt'.i I.rnui, ..(.:, % .'h''I: plaintiff: ,
the I low lIst have ,not In tin- .
L Stressing Important part mount I I ( "\ n iii \ 111. iMiiiiiiirr, IH i.oinIWIIU corks dHorit*. ciintodv ..t tnlnor
an Carpenter spent sev- H. H. Adams' T. M. Blade and I to provide shade for the children, )roven feed for their chicks ando flli-d I heir r.'polt", hue. mill 'piilillux l"-t''ll'IInt... I'IIMI> No 7710) ,hlld I fit. filppiiit ntonny f"'i. i li, lorchild
that forests In the economiclife I ..
play dii<> 1111'' ''' ho ofI'hiiwter ..
iirnMnlonH'
In Jacksonville Miss one holly tree, and one cherry : follow ., lulo that llritrr r fiihllcnllon. nnd %i>tlitn firndfriritI'uiinty
Lillian attended a feC'dlnA'll'h.
week the
this Stump ; < I ..... .
rr of Florida Dr. Netland I ; 14H77 Acts of I"! 11 I. IdMVK of ft |'K: ,|H- I"l ..ltll' t till TH..Mi'npll hnll pilhllxh I lhl"
a \Miss Janet Anderson andrs. the Red Cross luncheonmeetingat urged tree. These were given to the will keep the birds eating and 1 Klnrldn., .... II Ill,-nlnI. nlll I I I liri'i.rllfl I- Lute I IV\II I I|Iv., Ii hni>v ,i'....Id..'a...' and Ord, ,"r In rat font. \ < 'k Iy 'MMWH.

T. Q.. Ritch. the Hotel Roosevelt In Jacksonville stndents to plant new trees and to school by Tullle N. Norman. /growing/ rapidly. 1..11111I1111.' il to lie .(.ln\i. nt>rnnr thill w time h I'I will dlxmilv.nnlil I I I IBHIIU. poNt of tI'e" ,ilililr' >MM I IH niikiliiwn Wit n.... 'm-e l i.., ,d nnd officialHII '
Toil .
lire requIred to nr-Pcnr on ] | nl I Stall k.. P'lori'l.i.' thin Jan.
Monday. Speaker was Gen. help protect those that are alread I| Shrubbery for beautifying the I "It l Is very Important" he ex- corpornlloniillrnilford. K..I.. Silt r'Mi' in th. nln.vf. nnmid1Court tn!) 11)35.OFFICIAl., .
r Anderson returned to C. National :1 school out and included lalne ('ountynmr and cause' whcirln' plaintiff I ( KKAf.) A. 3. Thomas.
George Marshall snt > 1 I
"to
was the houses and I : :
{I growing. He was Introduced to his campus < keep ;
m-eka Ulvoi'i'o I
tine Monday after spendfcveekend > Prlnrlpnl. piece nt It...,....... llrnilfcrd 1 County An flcrk of said CourtTiy
President of the Red Cross. K. oleander llgustrum and equipment clean and in good work- Kxrli. .initK I ln IstrttuIre.' Inc Hlaikt' *' Tl,..K"Hph' nhiili I I pnhiiKh I thin Ordor H"vn (OroHhv n. C.
audience T. '
here with his by County Agent I .. In nest r,,". upklv IIIHUIMVltiii .. .. '' .0 Ouiranfirtiro
I Kurm II. 'hurl- 'II M --
-It. Home Demonstration AutoXiiPPly.
athca. Miss Ross Ing order make conditions ,
d mother, Mr. and Mrs,, Everette McKInney associatedwith McClane. brooding I.... 141.1 ski' \ \ .... ... mv hnnil and official" .cnlnl Hiiil.l' nir .In. k ,nv \1127 Kliirldu.I ,
Mrs. Helen I >< irk ; : 41, .' ,II
Agent Sapp as comforable as possible It IK forth. Klorldn I this I hinunry Atty foi rif
iderson.ind Floiida Railroad and Public C. S. Partln principal of BUS ,''and Mrs. Tullle Norman assisted provide plenty of good feed andkeep of I till I. null. I ,, illrrrtcil.bo .piibllMlivd that. .iiie n "I- .I.v'l S.I.(liFrh'IAT.t.; I:l'i.o! : '. !; .> A..1. Thomnn, !

Utilities Commission and now ,reviewed the of Arbor '; with the i In the Hr. a.If.K l | I'on..n'I y Tclem" I Ar f'lfiHc, of "r..a: _. :r.
Zora Burton returned to I I origin Day. shrubbery. a close watch on the chicksto ... saul 1 Court "" 1'1IIo7'-
Mri { stationed at Daytona Beach was : piihlisn .l"l Hnvnll S I'ronhv t>. C'.
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t''j." : : ; I
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he I ,
Ga. Wednes- and elementary mire they are developing I .
iJrh In Rome I he I Philip Adelshelmer, A V. \itIiIi. ('r. 107 K "I'liloti 1 StI l li ,
weekend of
guest/: his parents I I In whlih imintv t he hum* nlr. i ( I Louis R. Dean
normally. I : : > | i 0..11"111 I I I I.' Klorldn.
her son-in-liw ; I
ay mfaa visiting Mr. and Mrs A. W. Mcli.\,, iintpi. ) corporulloiiH I' ,are .Ity. fin, I'lf) |1. .'7 .iiI j 17
Mr and Mrs. Sam hiiwn' t I. l." tiK'atvdIn .
ter beiFutlflcaUn\ program for th? ; Rib'At I I TAX CONSULTANT
.
Star In 'Adam's \\ltni.H.
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\Vh.-i-.if I Imvw

I
hprIlillo
inder for several weeks. ijtggy Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hill. Mrs. | .r'| ,. ,. *- Snail Court. Itrndliird < iiuntr,
.
1 KRKI: ( 0\\:04: IIKAI.THV, mt hrtlld anil IIIIM .1! I th.>
Titus Olson Mrs. W. E. Middleton campus. tJl'i-lll Mc.il. I nf. .. 1 rlnrldni In t hnnrrrT.MmKiu"i BOOKKEEPINGS
(hiStiUi' (
.r .i ito
Florida Kl..rl,1,1'
Tilley spent Friayilght. i SundayI (;KT (1; : The musical of the nt 'iHllMhuHM.! (II hiCHiXtnl. -
part .
and Mrs. W. G. Halle attended the program J. ....k. lit-fvniliinl, I'Ii.. No
lends in Jackson. :MILK HEAVES: AIJVISKS: thN th uoth. diy of inn-
ting Tuesday session of the Missionary was supplied by the BUS'I I Tracy and I
Pills {her return Donald she was Tille ac Assembly belnlheld\ in the First Band. Mis Edward Charbonneau I Hepburn are rapidly becoming \f she Is to provide* a /good< (Metal 11 II A IIUVV.J{ liiiUr"nf'..1....;... "I'nhllmllon'r %'lK. Or' andolloi.-|..>llll I> t >.In nitn.int

- by Ray > Baptist Church of Jacksonvillethis Hollywood's most famous "Mr. and ,,wholesome supply of milk the milk I *1'1-17 IoI..r..v of slutWIIV *- t \ .1 I innk. ulion Domant both of Jack- sung "Trees accompanied at the ,sIIII''II" : I,, :IntiiiknnHnV :
Iru rhntu22!>
week. Mrs. team. I cow must be kept In good health. I ..
j n II' i 'null.M' .1| to ni'ii<*ar onFi
Vho. were her guests dur- piano by Mrs. L. A. Canova. Reavell.1diliry 'I 1'\\ :\IOIUa !' .. : .. St.STARKE. t.
_ In "Adam's Rib" hilarious romantic -:according to Clarnnce W. ""' bu.ii\ 17, 1 9511. I In t th1 iliovoniiii 120 St Walnut
bl; veekend. Mr. and Mrs Roy Dugglns: andlaughter brook KiiiiiiUiln IVnn >pil ,'",int' r nnd. rnnn., wlu>rln
by I
The program was arranged comedy showing at the specialist with the Universityof 1 ($1.7.1)) Si- plntnttff, .<*f kn. 'fllvnn0 runtoilv Aontrnl FLORIDADRNMAKK'S
Godwin of Bellent \ Carolyn recently arrived Mrs. R. F. Demorest a member Florida Agricultural Extension' l. ..t |Milnl you like bii>t.-Itrntl- ,. I I of nilnnr I rhlldrin I Prndfold
own Florida Theatre Sunday and Monday
'rom their home In Salem Ind. to I> I' ford ('o..t I" 'iintjr, T'li'ttinph" Nhnll, piihlinn thin' -
of .
the ly
last weekend here vis- faculty.I wife Service."A T'lrjrlll.h. I .... "' : ,
they enact husband and 'IMiIrr' 'In next four we*>klv l I. nu 1'
'pi-nd the winter in Starke. They
J [wife and parents, Mr. and I I the conclusion of the program for the fifth time. Their previous : cow that Is unhealthy whether -; l'I'.J.
ro locnted in the McKinney aartments. .. r .
.
Godwin of the State several palm trees were set I matrimonial bliss (lor discord) took from disease or luck of adequate -- --- -

I out on the campus by members of In such "Stateof feed cannot produce large -
place pictures as a quantity
Want 1()()() More Accounts S,) "Charge It"!
NOTICE the FFA. The care of these treeswlll '
of milk
: No more applicant the Union "The Sea of Grass good over a long period

e >one Moncrief of Gaines- Hill bet taken Into DancingSchool I| be the responsibility of the "Woman of the Year" and "With. ." he explains. Whether a cow

II endlng several days with after 1rI"tI'l&Unn* clown Frldlly.1lUNI. 8tti Grade. out Love." Is In a large dairy herd or kept for

nts Mr. and Mrs. J. H. KlchanU! will be at the I'SO: Written ecpeclally for the talents providing milk for the family her NIGHT TABLES or UTILITY TABLES

to register students. until 4 p.m. Arbor Day was further observed ':'of this happy stellar combination owner at all times should maka

Mrs. W. S. Melson and Friday.. Jan. 27. locally when Mrs. L.. A. Davis by Ruth Gordon and Carson Kan- every effort to keep her In good

eb j spent the weekend with :(chairman of the Woman's Club In. author of Brodwav's comedy health'" SOI.H. (JEN: III NKMAIIOCANY Never Before Mate We
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Morrow of '
j 'conservation
on'' brother and sister-ln- I'I Kent Ohio have arrived to spend department directedthe ,i hit "Born Yesterday" the new Every milk cow should be tested ; : Such A Bargain !

Ia and Mrs. J. E. Melson In ( planting of two magnolia and story has Tracy and Miss Hepburn for tuberculosis. nnd Bang's d'sense
the winter with Mr. Morrow's sister -
) two dogwood trees on the south as an Ideally married couple each and any cow that reacts to eitherof 0 0

McKinney, Mrs. has E. B.also McKlnney had as guests Mrs. I side of the Woman's Club buildIng of whom is making a name for ,' the tests should not be used asa We Want To S-e Who 1jorrcred Number So;

himself In the legal profession, source of milk the dairy specialist .
her niece and husband. Mr. and RrntN: Our Ads: I HURRY ;
ven.WARD'S Tracy as an assistant district attorney advlnfd While tuberculosishas I
Mrs. Marlon Barve of.Battlecreek.
I Miss Hepburn a* a woman { almost been eradicated from

Mich. who are spending the winter Mlsi' Betty Anne Flynn Is spending : lawyer and ardent exponent of Florida herds there are still NOW 10.50' !
.
months at Everglades.Mr.
this week In Ga. witii Regular $24.50 Value
Macon
equal rights between men and worn enough canes to justify constant .

and Mrs. Harry D. Clark of Mrs. Elizabeth Redd.N. en. When they get Involved In checking to keep It down. The

at the murder trial and face each other ,U S. Bureau of Animal Industry
C.
Charleston S. are guests a
RUG-5 T. hitch will arrive Friday Open An Account With DKNMARK FURNITURK CO. Today!
Whispering Pines Motel for a few from Miami to spend the weekend as courtroom opponents the fun lan
days. 'begins and the screen's most fam- I Board are cooperating In a statewide -
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. N.
; lous "Mr. and Mrs" almost end up I program of testing for these .
T Rltch On his return Sunday
Those. attending the District divorce t.I I linenHen
In the
: COlli
he will be accompanied by his ,
the Service
Guild Meeting in of Gainesville Wesleyan recently were wife who has visited her mother. I A cast (If Broadway stage: fav Mr. Reeves also urged all milk IRON NttiJOARDS I

Mrs. Floyd Green for several orli.es was recruited to support the i icow owners to keep a sharp watch
Mrs. C. S. Partin. Mrs. W S. Sew-
weeks. stars. Including Judy Hollidny against mastitis, to practice snnltutlon -

'ff1:' ''ell. Mrs. Nelson Green Mrs. J. R who completed a three-yer run In measures to control It If It SALE. .: QC: A IO.n) >:5; .
Hill Miss Clarnitn Hutto.
\." >*' and Mrs. J. S. Chnsteen returned to "Born Yesterday" Tom l Kkell: who 'shows up In cows Svvolnn qiiitriters PRICE; 6. u VALI'IJ' : !

Call. Jon. tilt for reliable drug Friends of A. B Williams will 'her home In Birmingham AI... scoied In "John Loves Mary" I or thick ropey milk are

lust weekend after spending three Indications of mastitis and milk !
David Wayne of "Flnian's Rain. ( Limited Niimfier)
and health nredi at worthwhileavlngs. regret to learn that ho is confinedto I '
I St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack- weeks here visiting her son-ln- bow" and "Mr. Roberts" fame and :from an affected cow should' not _ _ _ _ WOO))
\\e pride ounehes on liiw and dnuichter Mr and Mrs Jean tinge star of "The Traitor" be used and the animal should bo

.':,'4\\ ...1\\ villa. \V.V.. Monette. 'segregated while under treatment.As .
directed by
I The picture was /
,
the nhlchgOM
(M>pp"lou.oa..tn. "<
."'".\.....) Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper and Mri W a. Gihuon and daughter George Cukor and win produced a cow cannot continue In high I'OR'or HllON/i):' : .FINISH. DOOR MATS

.Into e\erj single preiwrlpflll. family have moved from the Ca by LllwrennVelngartl'n.. production If she does not receive
!Maltha of Ooldsboro N, C. are I
flll. I J> nova house! .on Went -Washington spending thIs week here because I adequate feed and fresh water It
St. to the H. C.Vall house on 1.\1 :\IF.n:04U'ISF.U: TOI H highly Important for the farmerto FLOOR LAMPS Re
of the Illness of Mrs. Gibson'smother. r. $1 Value .
North Walnut. I START 111011 ({I A1.ITVCHICKS provide green pasture or green
Mrs. T. N. Kendrick
PHONE We
Want To See
: FOR N'CC'Io'sF'armprll cured l balanced
(crops a good dilryfeed
Friends! will be glad to know that : Joe
Temple Airniie :Starke Ha.vtlitfl Mrl!. G. B. Crowe of Flatsburg, and plenty of fresh waterat C Who Kend:
QC
Mrs Kendrlck Is Improving rapidly. who are planning to SALE A 10.00
'! ,' Mo. spent this week here visiting all times for his cows. Our Ads: .
stall Chicks: within the next few PRICE; ; DtUJ VALUE: !
-v Mrs. Ada Alexander. The dairy specialist also recommended I
weeks for the laying flock next _
f. Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent laxtweekend
fall are advised to get high Quality clean dry lots Insect con

In Jacksonville as the stock from a hatchery- cooperatingwith trol, and feeding of good hay when

very Uranch of 'guest of her son-in-law and dauuh. the National Poultry Improve- pastures are low as measures for

ter. Mr and Mrs. Ed Ensor. ment Plan keeping milk cows In !good health Denmark Furniture Co.

INSURANCEH. Miss Peggy: Wiggins left lust "High\ quality chicks may cost and production.

for Jacksonville where I a little more when purchased
Wednesday but economical and FARM: RLECTItlfirV PHONE:' ; 151 STARKE. FLA.
.she. will attend Massey BusinessCollege | they are more

; I At she Is th,' satisfactory In the long run than .
present chicks of low quality," said Norman Few city people realize what ,;: .:- .:.':: : .':" :. "''J.:'-. .0. n, : _:_ -,,' .ii-
( guest! of Mrs. John Boyer.
victories modern civilization has

C: WALL AGENCY R. Mehrhof poultry specialistwith recently been winning on our I ..... -.. -_ ___ ....". -__-_- IIIIIr" fIlL.... .
(01. and Mrs. H. C. Wall and the University of "'Iorld"I : I ... J _ ..... 11II..
childien. of St. Augustine farm front. In 1931$ little morethan ,
spent | Agricultural Extension Service i
PLEASE PHONE: 116 one-sixth of farms had
our
'last weekend here visiting friends He explained that high quality I

; Constant Service Over 50 Years I and relatives. chicks come from goad healthy electric er stations.service In from 1948 central over pow.two- KOCH'S49'' SlVAltITnjS( ( DAY

high-producing flocks and have ,,
Mikp Pickejin" of Florida: State thirds4,020,000 farms -1I1I..dI
health and vigor that will enable flN..# "*
UniversIty In Tallahassee spent electric current centrally sup ,' r________________ fJIVE; : HERCANDY;
them to stand up well under the I
last weekend here visiting his
parents plied.In Everyone loves
Mr and Mrs. L.. Plckerln. strain of heavy egg production.Farmers I SrKCIAL !
,
L.A 5-5'1- FIE D who do not know of our eight best-serviced states,

NOTICE hatcheries cooperating with the I fully 09 per cent of all farms I I to receive .

\IKV HOT FERTILIZER byI National Poultry Improvement have electric service In another VALENTINE ONVALENTINE

I Singer> Sewing Mchln. ,NPK"It I. POR SALE BT QUIOI.KV bug or load. Call 34-4. Plan may obtain a list from DrII I 14, of which New York Is one '
:
; DAYNOW
AVIH 3 1).. Walt table I
Trrma are available In I : over 80 per cent are supplied .
f rtlnn only through,,, Hlti."r. saws' ".like bundmiw flaw, .real r.o.. 1 I-In.barffalnN.I wa I I with current from central sta -
Mar.Bt.
.nit: MathIn.0. 402 N. to', 0 Hi', flOO 1 electrIc tions. 23 states are SUNDAE
t.; Luke flty. F.n. Phone I .'n.'hunj'! ::: '' I with motor $100: Altogether .
rite or visit our nhop.will Vialt Our 1 electrIc IlKht" pill lit fl5a Stoves THEATRE now providing electricity to more I :
ft Service cars tfitm. (wood oil <>r K"H> fiiini *|" SO ul. II I than 70 per cent of their farms. I 1
i horn upon re'ltleot.| Cvdjir ImMtM. IJO.I..w: unpalntfiltnlilm STARKETUCH. :
17 each S III- gas motor Progress la contlnous. In each 25c
(....... Bnr.. Fountain' *2ft. I h.".n A lot I S-whaut trail. less
& fjtrice M.-C| ..r. 1 trurk. 1 power lawn mower nf the eight states where GIBSon
H r'lupnent.
a.ow |>rl"'... Unlrk .. I vlHftrlu lawn. mor $1$. I chow.. Saturday. January 28 & Wed.. Jan. :31 Feb. 1 than half the farms are electrified -I -r"AA'' J>'"i't Fail To Try
.. .r..I' ..i5. I l .iilc duucli" ml" "
Nnplillr-x ran <
7911. M l-ltnr '. J DOUIILE FEATURE I1OIIRLE n FEATURE; at least 10 per cent of all
p Kil dixiirhnut l Iert> This New Taste
I..h. M tlulluugh
?f1rIJn; .1.1,1\ :; WiI
; 9100. Many I farmerswere linked up with power I
yrttnn'! *fHtltllK I BERGMAN Treat !
I,2AILAP1ROCKYIANI INGRID stations between 194S and 1044

't HEAVY HKI'tlHRIX: In some cases 21) per cent were --------_._-------a

BULLDOZERS llrniuinnklp all Hnkra. ttimrmr_ _til- .Model:..,..><>*.,.\ hACk JACK JOSEPH COTTEN I, newly electrified during those I arid you'lllove WHITMAN'SSAMPLER

( ; 4 II t''. C. .HKPIIKMIourt > WILDING years. I ------- -------------
FOR CLEARING < A MndlMn ....r.... ,Ph. 2.1KII. : MICHAEL I to choose from ,
: AND CRADINC; I I. i 9, The Rural Electrification Administration "

D-7 AND T-40 I SELL; YOUR TIMBER .. plays a great role I our wide variety for i Complete Line IN

NOW In bringing light and power to1 I sweethearts friends : lit 1 lb. BOXES

CARL IIAKTON Highest Cash Prices Paid : : our farms Starting with 700 COSMETICS'YARDLEY

100-2 mi. S. Starke farm customers In 1036 the HEA relatives, children! i

had 1,7.10.000 In 1948. of $2.00
WILL BUY IN HULK _ _ _
.vfl.. .." ,1e.l COIr, : t The REA now has 680,000/ miles
OR IN: UNITEDWIN )
t..rnl.hlJ 'Alno ) __ i
Llu.-1 lines In and SHOWING
I mrnts A iso 'otla.. (' I of supply operation ; WHITMAN
201 W. Madliion. PECKOr extends them all the time. LENTHERIC
; W. CliO <' 0 I L AT E: S
-Exchange TilE KIIISON LINE: :
IrS. pnl loa....... .".....r .10.11. John W. TurnerI
-.-....... drSe ...." ...1... INHEART
t..WI" ....r.. tlw..t Hhop I O. Box: 463 Ii OFNOTES) RICHARD
rt tit. flark !fpaI4. Jainesville Fla. BOXES;
(
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UHAL.K: i'. ton 1545 t'hevrolet:" : Office Sunplies | HUDNUT
pup truck flrat clasS ahap. 39c
card and I I i $4
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BRADFORD COUNTY TE..cRAPU; STARKE I ItJi
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B BS """"" '" iff report to his base In Is visiting her son-in-law and and Mrs. Alton Dobbs "t t 'it;;;


,Rapid Progress Of Keystone Heights STATE FARM daughters Alaska.Thursday Mrs will Williams be with and tor. their and PINE LEVEL were daughter The recent A.. J.the dinner Fenders R. R. guests Crosbys.and children of Mr. and Dobbs'celebrating Mr.mother Fender.the, birthday Mrs, II..,...'I K 1 II..!.

Mrs G E. Crews during Sgt. Williams By Mr. H. M. MrRae

Reviewed At C. OFC. BanquetThe Bj Mrs. Aryan WhitfieldUL'RIENDREAnE absence .oil TYPES -.
FOR ALL OF.
Frances Caldwell spent tho peat We are glad to know that our
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weekend with Mary Rivers Stub- pastor. Rev. Hall, is back at home PEST CONTROLWRITE
Keystone Heights Chamberof more than 100 members and guests Weeks II Owenby and H. L. Of interest to friends Is the announcement bins In Starke. again from the hospital but sorry OR PHONE
Commerce held Its annual ban. the accomplishments of the Morgan Jr., Directors. The new by Mr and Mrs. Lon- I
present : I Mr. and Mrs. C J. Rose returned he was not able to attend
c.uet: in the Inn last Saturday eve- Chamber during 1949. At the be- President Mr. Bnstedo, /gave a nle Durden of the engagement of to their home In Tallahassee church services Sunday Rev. Ben FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand

fling, Albert Nelson, master of) ginning of last' year the t'ntlr"membC'rshlp review of some of the plans for the their daughter: Martha Lounell. Sunday after having visited their nett of Jacksonville filled the pulpit CHEMICAL CO.
ceremonies, opened the program of the Chamber wa new to David Presley Dreaden of Jacksonville
year.Outgoing and Mr and :
son-in-law daughter
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for again. 2450 N. ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE
with a resume of commendablework appointed as a committee to find /\ officers of the Chamber The wedding will occur Mrs I!. R Llnzy, since Wednes- Mrs. Louise Snowden of Water- 2.>61.R
done by Individual members a doctor the town's greatest need, are: President Martin; Fran; at 4:30: P M Saturday February weekend GAINESVILLE, FLA.
the
Chamber durlnp the year. President Martin MedI- and 2S, In the Southslde Baptist' ady.Mr. oak section spent Termites Rodents All Household
of the reported. Scott Secretary-Treasurer; and Mrs. J. C!. Caldwell and with the H. M. McRaes and Is visiting Peas!
He commended the older citizens cal Associations hospitals and S. R. McKay Mel Sargent. Wm Church In Jacksonville !
Misses June, Peggy and Frances Mr.\ and Mrs. Crosby this Free Inspection and Estimates. Given by Graduate""""
for laving the groundwork for the other doctors were contacted. By Whltesldes, and Al Nelson Direct. !
reflected MIRTH ANNOIJJS'CKMENTMr Caldwell were dinner guests of week, and Mrs. J. R. Kelly of Entomologists (University of Florida).
and for vision midsummer a contact was mnde ors
town and Mrs Dennis Fancher I Mr. and Mrs H. K. Tyus In Starke Sunnybrook. K. '
through their tenacity In holdingthe with Dr. William Musser and negotiations The main address of the eve- Uempaey Sapp Roy" ItuigAS.
announce the birth of a son, Peter Wednesday evening. Mrs Robert Myrlck and daughter %
community together throughthe over a period of several I ning was made by Dr. Fran Dennison 3rd, In Shadycrest Hospital ,, During the pant week Mr. and Kathy, and Mrs. H. M. McRae
depression years and for their months finally resulted- In his decision Slaughter widely known author Starke on January 18. i Mrs J M. Bradley had as their ,were visiting Mrs. Susie Myrick .. _I
continued devotion to tho town. to set in and lecturer, and resident I
up practice Key a popular M. \
guests Mr and Mrs. F Coker. at Lake Geneva Thursday. ,
He further commended- those whov stone. A modern, wellequippedoffice of Keystone Heights. He /gave\ Mr and Mrs Jim B. Godwin I J H. Vt-rner and
Sr., Mrs. Jerry Moore of Starke
Mrs Ophelia where I sit Joe
ere active In community affairs and clinic has been built for a fascinating talk on early Florida their little son Jimmie of Belle I Coker of Jacksonville who were visited her brother and Sister-in- a" From ... fy Marsh
the past year him, and! one of the main objectives hlHtory, covering the I
during I discovery Glade spent the past weekend with them for dinner at noon Friday law. Mr. and Mrs.. H. H. Lewis, ,
Mr Nelson Introduced members of the year was thus realized of Florida through the early part
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin. i I and Mrs. Mod"He Treadwell Thursday of last week. I
ot the 1949 Council, who were Mr. Martin reminded his audience of the 10th Century. Mrs C. C. Williams of St. Louis,
of Mt. Dora who spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A, R. McRae and Give Us Back
Quests of the Chamber and pointed that on Sept.' 15, 19-19 the Dr Slaughter emphasized the Mo. arrived Sunday to visit Mr. night and Monday with them. little ann and Mrs. O. W McRae :

out that they gained favorable local telephone exchange opened fact that Florida had already gone' and Mrs. L. F. Chapman. Mrs. Mrs W. E. Feagle was In Hill. made a business trip to Jackson-
nitlonal publicity for Keystone and Keystone Helghtaenjoyed through a cultural era, and that Chapman met her vsltor in Jack isonvilie I lard Friday.. and Saturday as the ville Saturday. Our Sidewalks, Slim! [
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through arranging the Council adequate telephone service for the I battles of worldwide Importance I going up Saturday and guest of her mother, Mrs. C. F Mr. and Mrs Robert Taylor anddaughter ---
'meeting time so that they could first time! In Us history. were fought on Florida soil before being a guest: at the George Washington Edwards .
Olustee
Chailene of
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listen to Fibber McGee and Molly New and additional construction' Jamestown was settled or the Hotel that night. E. I wrote that over an article In the ting folks riled against bin Mt!
Mrs C. Kemp returned to bualneas'visitors
rxdlo entertainers He reviewed, during the year totalled more thnn pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock] Mrs. Nelle Beavers visited Mr. her home in Albertvllle Ala. Tuesday last were and to Starke over Clarion last week but I didn't like ornery myself, and we had ii-iui'
Thursday stopped .
In an amusing manner the skeptl- $200,000( In the Keystone area. In the area roughly bounded by ,and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr. in Gainesville after having visited Mr. and for a short visit with Mrs. Tay doing it. After all. the maq.It was set-to over the whole busine-

c'sm of the villagers at the 'first Outstanding among the new projects the St. Marys River on the north, I from Thursday until Satur Mrs R M. Markham since Sunday ',: lor's parents, the H. M. McRaes. aimed. at-Slim Henderson-is a From where I sit. that wa fool

notice that a plaque would be pre. were the new Baptist Church, the: St. Johns River on the west day Mr and Mrs. W. N. North Tine J. W. McRaes and sons returned good friend of mine. Ish. Once we'd cooled off ottt

sented and confirmation of Its au. renovation of the Inn, a row of and to the vicinity of Daytona and their son. Billy, were also Young George Manama Jr. or home Tuesday night aftera Slim came into quite a windfall lunch and a bottle of beer atndti

thenticity through a personal telephone business buildings/ along Htghrvny Beach on the south the Spaniards guests of Mr. and Mrs. Davis Saturday Green Cove Springs has been visiting week's visit with Mrs. McRae's last month and bought the old Tavern),Slim decided the sidr.iki! 1
call to the president of Ute 100 doctor's office and clinic and had established missions,
many when Mrs. North and Mrs. his grandparents, Mr. and parents Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Wheeler Clarke place The deed gave him should stay-for the common tad
Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles 20 new residences.' President Mar. mil gained the friendship of the I Beaver were among those attend Mrs W G. Stringfellow, since Mon of Dutton Ala. Although they title to all the land-right down to and I promised next time I'd UW
Calif stated that WH to be established '
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promises Indians and peaceful I
ing a party given by Mrs. Davis day. 'saw snow and ice. they enjoyedthe Then Slim started to' a good look at the other follow,
He then Introduced PresidentE. an even greater year, with J73.000:: trading relations long before manyof in honor of Mr$. David Hamrick Mrs Havana Johns of Starke the street of view before writing
trip much. point
T. Martin who reviewed for the worth of business and home can.structlon the more widely known "first very take up the sidewalk to make his uj,
also of Gainesville. Mrs. Hamrick
spent Sunday night and Monday !Mr, and !Mrs A J. Fender and articles about him!Ic90e
now started or contract. settlements" were made, Dr.I will be remembered as the former with Mi" and Mrs. C. D. Sellers. children visited Mrs Fender's lawn look better.I
ed for Thin" does not Include Slaughter: pointed out. I Betty McRae of McIntosh, /granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Batten parents felt it wasn't fair to the town
Save Time Work building/ estimated In excess of and visitor of raid in article. Next
KRCK1TION' FRIDAY FOR frequent See the. All-New 1950 Remington at Theressa one day last week. and 10 my 1tw
(250,000( :: around the neighboring Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. Slim around and {
Dlt. & MRS. MUSMLR l Portable Type| liter on ills- Mrs. O. W. McRae and children :morning comes .
and Money! 60 Mr.lakes Martin of the further Keystone reported area.that A reception for Dr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher hAd play at Bradford County Trie- were dinner guests of the L. A. wants to know what I :mean-get-
their visitor last weekend Mrs
the Chamber William Musser will be held In the as graph. All the advantage of u CroHbys of Sunnybrook Sunday.
extensive advertising by -
W. W. McCrary of Jacksonville In size. Mrs Edmond.son of Jacksonville 1950 United States Breu.cn Fvur.JMn
Pound Of Your and Its members was done Woman's Club Friday evening be. standard machine portable Copyright I, ,
Mrs. at that time
ginning at 8 o'clock. The public McCrary came .
9 Done In through a weekly continuing radio to greet her little grandson, Peter
Laundry program heard each Thursdayat li cordially Invited to meet the Dennison Fancher, 3rd.
now doctor and his wife at this
8 p m., and by newspapers, pamphlets -
Only Miss Barbara Bunch of Starke
letters and directional time. I was the overnight guest of MIsa

It Is signs. It was estimated that approximately Miss Gertrude Houser was surprised Peggy Caldwell Wednesday of last Il
Minutes. $5,000 was spent on 1 I EI:
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on her birthday Sunday eve
40, Washed Spotlessly advertising during the year by the ning with a party at the home of week.Mr.. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen bl NO

Clean-Keady Chamber and private interests. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay. Those were in Jacksonville Saturday as
President Martin concluded his report present to congratulate the hon- supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Iron!
To by commending the Chamber oree- were Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith, Jack Nelson. er
members for their good work and Mr and Mrs. Frank Walrath Jr., Mrs H. W. Prlngle and her son,
Cents Is All It cited all an outstanding exampleof Mr and Mrs. R. L. Walker Mr. Harry, Jr., of Auburndale return :

community spirit the volunteer and Mrs. Al Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. ed Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. 'c:
40 Cost si Try Our offer of Ed Wiggins:/ to underwrite I .
Harry Morgan, Dr. and Mrs. Jones P. S. Crews and Mr. and Mrs. C. ; !
I the cost' of the radio, program of Swathmore Pa., Mr and Mrs. D. Sellers again: following a week's 1r,1 < Ite'
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Service Soon! when the Idea was first I E. T. Martin and Mrs. Mildred stay with other relatives In Jacksonville ." 1"J

presented ','Haley Maxvtlle and Lawtey.
: New officers and directors Introduced I I
:I! Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Browning Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore of
The Washeteria 1 were Cameron- Bastedo ''I entertained Informally, at their IMiAml came Sunday to visit Mr
President Ktl: Wiggins Vice President home at Keystone Airfield last and Mrs. G E Crews for several \

; Ralph Thomas, SecretaryTreasurer : Saturday evening following the days Mrs. J. L. Dowling of New
S2S: T'ml.le'e"e I
I and John Leslie '"
Murray C River additional
: of C banquet was an Sunday
Bttl\lIl..y. Arthur Ruiifier' R. A. Construction of a prescription dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,

- 1 ,...-- .drug: store began Monday morning. [Crews
I I The Keystone Rotary Club entertained I S Sgt Calvin Williams left

the Palatka club last ". ..
f FOR YOUR J7? X KKQUIUEMENTS; I I Friday, Nineteen members of the many others., .

,,, Palatka club attended among L. L. Thompson of Tomahawk .
j I them Jimmy Spencer who has had iVls. was In Keystone Monday 4: \ )4 ,791'I'
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To With Slade ,
// Pays 'J rase I I a perfect attendance record forI looking for a homcslte. '

I I I more' than 27 years. Mrs Jim MacDonald la expected .
...nOl"AN"8 Spring flowers are In full bloom. to join her husband within a few ,

nAS; ljji) .\ppliances ( Flame vine camellias, azaleas, days. : I'
roses/ and polnsettlas present a James Hayes of DesMoinea,
riot of color In the gardens of Mrs. Iowa dropped in over Sunday to '
SLADE GAS COMPANY, Inc. Mansfield, the Dan Reamers the look the town over. The town was

I C. J. Bastedos, the Walraths, Sr., recommended to him by Dick ::

E. Call St. Slorke Fla. the Don Pangborns, the B. Chris Shepler, a former resident, who is .

I gophers, the Ray Lawrences, and now in De Molnes.

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JANUARY 27. 1950 BRADFOKD COUNTY TKLEOKAril. STVRKE. FUMUP.\__ .
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with a staff of more than 80 I Christian ChurchA 1 Methodist Church I."dt.dhurch at Rock Sunday. I ed church services at Antloche
teachers and officers to care for I Mrs Lloyd Dyal Mrs. Truman Monday night Dr. John McQuirc
I I the classes and departments for Convention of the Christian Itev. J. It. \lIU, Pastor BROOKERBv { Dyal and Mrs. Charle Kelley were I State Executive Secretary !delivered
leach' age group. Training Unions Churches of Bradford and Union The fifth Sunday is Methodist ha Me LewisMISC1CI.L.lNEOL's shopping( In Gainesville, recently 1 an Inspiring! message.
gather at,6:15: with more than 100 Counties :will be held at the First Children's Day. These are our Mrs Salllc Dukes of Stelnhatch- A large crowd from here attended
"training in church membership". Christian Church In Starke, on hllJren and It i Is our privilege as 14110\hn. ee Is visiting her sister Mrs. Florence I 1 the funeral service for Mr.,
Each Wednesday the Mid-Week Sunday, Jan. 20 with Fred Doddas :well aM our duty to( care for them. : Vnrnadoe. Dock Andreu of Lake City. Bu al
service Is held at 7:15: with nearly chairman, and Homer Swlndall' The day begins with the Church Mrs Ned /Illika a recent brld.. Mr. and( Mrs. T. W Markey and was In New Hope Cemetery S n-
,100 In attendance for worship and music director and Mrs. Homer School at 9:45: This Is foi- all egos' was honored with a miscellaneousshower / Mrs. Lottie Edwards were shopping day.
___ i Bible study led by the Pastor. A Swindall pianist. and there Is a class for you. The Thursday afternoon. Jan- / In Gainesville Tuesday afternoon Mr and Mrs. F. C. Stokes of
: Regular hour of worship will be I cordial Invitation is extended to Theme of the Convention will be Workers' Council Is planning for uary 10 at the Community C..nter,1 Hawthorne visited Mr. and Mrs.
Church which decorated with beautiful -i
1st held at 11 with the Pastor's mes- all to worship at any of the services "What Must I Do To Be Saved." :a training school later In the was received 1 1I Mrs. W H Hinton of Waldo visIted Gent Stokes Sunday.Mr. .
at Ute First Baptist of The will be carried out: spring vases of roues. She and Mrs. Allen Thomas and
' number cage, "Water To Wine", from the program I Mr. and Mrs Earl Green and
oUt atlendt'g.thervlces useful gift Games were
lasi. Sunday at the Life of Jesus. The adult choir Starke. 10 a.m. Bible School. I "Upon This Rock" is the sermon :many Mr. and Mrs Ernest Edwards Mrs Mary Thomas of Jacksonville
played and prizes were won by
: iptlst Starke. was over 1- will be directed by Mr. Lucille 11 a.m. Song Service. Devotion byS. subject for the 11 o'clock hour( Mrs. H. P. Gainey and Mm. Ernest Thursday I visited Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mann
the day. With anticipa Creen with Mr. Mona Canova or- At The Tabernacle L. Crews, Long Bridge. Special Sunday moinlng. It is the Innerresponse Kdwards. Refreshments of Ovid Lewis of Kekstone Heights Thursday.
4 SIrE T. W. Mark ', Mr.. Dive
t cing In the new auditorium ganist. I The deltghtfui Musical Uovelady music. Morning message: "Faith, to the voice of Cod that cold drinks ham sandwiches and visited Tom Stewart Sunday after- Green, Mrs. Lottl Edwards
middle of February Ute The "Big Hour" is Sunday evening of'' by Fred Dodd minister of First counts. There are possibilities In nerved end
I !Family guests the Tabernacle: Valentine Candy were Mrs. Statue visited
Barry the
noon.Mr.
iwded conditions of the at 7:00: the hour of evangelismwhen the past two weeks, left for Kalamazoo Christian Church Hampton. |e\eryone. Nothing is Impossible There wereII) gunsts present. \ and Mrs. H. T. Shaw and Nursery at Waldo Monday after-
'. worship room are forgot- the piano-organ-duo leads Mich. Tuesday morning. 12 soon Lord's Supper., following with God. Hostesses were Mrs. Lottie Ed- Evelyn Shaw visited Sir and Mrs. noon.
Sunday morning serI the of and by a basket dinner. I Everybody seems to be In a wards, Sirs L. Mm Edward Shatters of Jacksonville
t Ic two singing request hymns :They endeared themselves to the C Atkinson. '" Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby attended
'V continue for a few weeks choruses of the congregation. The hearts of the people wherever they 1:30: p.m., Song Service. BuslnenH hurry these days Vet many people Earl Green Mrs. Sanford Hicks Sunday the Annual of
the crowds at- Pastor's 'The aesalon.and roll call of churches. are rather hazy abqut where they and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Pinholsterand Meeting the
yet c<;ommodate message will be ministered and through this minIstry T. \V. Markey. Guy Clay Electric
t each service. Need Of A Substitute". The many were brought closer to Devotions by Charley Rivers Lake are going. The sermon subject Mrs. Locus Baxter of Jacksonville Cooperative at Keystone -
Heights last .
:; '('Sunday the Pastor's mes- youth chorus ia directed by Mrs. the Lord: It Is to be hoped that I Butler.Butler Church Special, music by Lake Sunday The \evenlpg VorkfAre will You be Going"WhereIn ?" ItlKTimVY Joe Green I'AllTVMary celebrated. her visited Mrs. Rosa. Pinhol and Mrs. Reside Thursday.Mr. Carlton fOnd

.a ', the First service at 9:45: Mona Canova with Mrs. Mann at they will soon return to Floridafor 16Ut birthday Saturday night, ster Sunday afternoon. .children visited Mr. and Mrs. Pasco -
the Hammond and Mrs. Morse at ;, 2:15: p.m. Message by John Chll- Mrs. Ruth Akins of Bell visited
service. I.
But Unyielding". further Mott of
wi t Tempted:: |'dress, minister First Christian COXOKKtt: .\TIONAI. January 21, at the home of Mr. Gainesville Thursday.
Tbe''yferth chorus will s!,ng directed the piano. Attending the Sunday morning Church, Lake Butler. Subject: METHODIST Clil'lU II snd Mrs. F"V.. Hodges. There Mrs. Florence Varnadoe last we..kend. They were accompanied home by
bjtjS'Mrs.' Mona Canova. The Sunday School meets at 9:431 and 'evening services were several were about 15: of her friends present Butch Mott.
"Repentence. music.
Special Mr and Mrs. R. F. Gano wentto
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Park-of-Uie-Palms,
. guests 2:43: Jake Serv.ces every first and third to enjoy this occasslon with Beverly\ Ann, Mary Ella Jo Ann
Message by
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Jacksonville and Lake Butler Also Gainesville shopping Saturday
Thomas. Lake Butler, minister of i I Saturday! night, Sunday morningand 1 her. She received many beautifuland and Harvey Green were Vlaltlng
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor the presence of Rev Lee Cass afternoon. In Adel, Ga. last
First Christian Church, Live Oak. Sunday night. 11 a.m. and useful gifts. Refreshments of Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hague of
Bennett of Jacksonville, at Bible ;
"Confession." ; 8 p.m. at Congregational/ Methodis cold drinks cake and sandwiches I-
School In the afternoon, elicited Subject: Hague visited Mrs. Florence Var-
; T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke reminiscences of 7:30: p.m. Song Service. Devotions (I Church on Brownlee Road.- were served. Hostesses were Mrs. nadoe Sunday afternoon. Birthday-Weddings!
by-gone days:
by Chalney Burrls Davenport -|I Rev. Ernest Crlffla, pastor. Ressle Carlton Helen Carlton or Special
when the Little Ray Gano visited his .
grounds now occupied< by .
person & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town the Tabernacle were used for a Iowa. Special music Message I AIRI'\1tK MISSIONARY Mrs.and E. W.E. W.Hodges Hodges.Uauern Hodges
PHONES: Office 234 130 tent revival meeting by Rev. Bennett by Homer" Swlndall,. subject: | BAPTIST CHt'KCHSunday Gano lant weekend. I MADE TO ORDER
Pastoriym and the subsequent events "Baptism. niKTHIY TARTY Mrs. Henry Pate and daughter' I
SNDAY; : 'SERMONS YIOO"A. if"7Yo'p"M/( Heading up to the founding of the One of the main events on the School 10.00: s.m Edward Endlcott celebrated hU of Floral City are visiting relu Mrs Harry Lappe
: {present Tabernacle work on the program will be special music I Morning Worship 11:15: s.m. eighth birthday, Wednesday after lives here this "week."' 318 ?i. Church St.FREE .
ay School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15 P.M. same site. rendered! by the TempI Chorus of I Prayer Meeting each Thursday noon January 18 at his home. Hi Mrs. Earl Green and Mrs. Ernest .
i ID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:30 P. M.y At the Tuesday night meetinga Jacksonville. Everyone will wantto I IT:30 p.ni.Eevnlng. received several useful gifts. He Edwards visited the Nurseryat
grateful letter was read from hear this, Sc) make a special Service 7:30: p.m. Invited about eight of his friend Waldo last Tuesday.
SUNDAY SERMON TOPICS Mrs. Alva Ensey concerning the effort to be with us Sunday for all I --Rev. L. G Hemingway, Pastor. to be with him to enjoy his birth. Mr. and Mrs. J, K. Douglas; of !

11:00 A. M. "Water To Wine" Memorial window of her Father the sessions. CATHOLIC CHCKCH day cake which was served with Starke visited Mr and Mrs II. C. For Prompt FREE Removal
recently placed In the Tabernacle, cold drinks. Douglas and baby son Sunday
7:30 P. M. "Need Of A Substitute" PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS of Dead, Crippled. & Worthless -
afternoon.We
: and nice contribution Mass 9:13
a presented Sunday : am. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott and
which was made by her to the 10th St. and Temple Aye. Sunday School 11 a.m. Helen Carlton visited Mrs. Olgla welcome Mr and Mrs. Rob I Cattle Horses, Moles
;_ A Friendly Invitation From A Church. Sunday School 9:43: a. m.: MornIng Week Day Mass 8:30 am. Prevail of Vaklosta; Ga. Sunday ert Groover from Miami here with & Hogs .

:. Friendly Church Extended To All The usual services will be held Worship Ham.: Kvangells layBible Lee Gulney and Mr. and Mrs. us Call
this week with special speakersIn tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Study la every Wednesday Abe Crosby of Jacksonville at. Mr. and Sirs Tom Hodges<< of 132, StarkeWE
February. welcome.. at 7:43: 'I Newberrv visited his mother, Mrs. A'LWAYS COME !
I Mennie Hodges, recently.
Church Of ChristV. Mr. and Mrs Ned Hicks visited I Florida Renderers,

K.': Jones. Minister I Mrs. Ruby Odom a patient In INC.WELDjlNG. I

We want to take this. opportunity Alnrtiua County Hospital, Sunday
to thank the Editor of this afternoon.Mr. .
paper for tho space given each and Mrs. J. F. Hardy and
week for the announcements of two daughters/ of Starke visited
the Church. We deeply appreciate Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday

this service, and In behalf of the att..moon.Mr. .
Church of Christ I want to say and, Mrs. H H. Coleman of
BIGGER SALES GAINS THAN many thanks, and may the God of Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs
t Heaven send forth his richest L. L. Parker Sunday.
Mr. ami Mrs. O.V..
blessings on you and lh. entire Barry attended
H. N Staff, Throughout the New Year. Graduation Exercises at
You are Invited to attend the Robert E. Lee High School at

ALL OTHER TRUCKS COMBINED services of the Church of Christ I Jacksonville Friday night.
We
each Lords Day this year, you are sorry that Mrs. Daniel
Odom .Is a patient In' Aliichim We offer the people of St..keand
will find a hearty welcome, nnd
County Hospital and Mrs. Joe Pur-
a friendly body of people. You owe .
vIcinity one of the moot
rich I Is at her home sick
and confined -
. It to yourself to attend the Church
% of Christ Investigate its teachIngi to bed. We wish. them a nimlern. and finest equipped

and see fOr yourself that she speedy recovery.
PROVE FORD IS AMERICA'SNO.
Is title to the Bible j Several people from here nttend75ZrtVrcV welding! shops anywherr.

Bible School loon: a m. All Work <..uaranteedSMITH'S
I
iiooa.mH'
Worship s
Lord' Supper 12:00:: noon | .III(4'J ....

T Evangelistic Service 7:30: p. m.I' b GARAGE
1 TRUCK VALUE Mid Week Prayer Service, Wed '
7:30: p.m.SubJC't't c. L666 AM J) MACHINE SHOP

for Lord's Day Jan., 20, Temple Ave. Stazle.ALVAREZ' .
11:00: am. "The River Jordan" ll*M T *UTS-SMII MR RSMSf
4 7:00: p m. "And He Closed The
_ No other truck can match this increase Book"i i I

Men'" Clothing
STORE Iml
Presbyterian ChurchChurch Established 189 .Ii."SINNERS'

.
School 9.41: am Clauses
for all ages -
The Friendship Bible Class
monthly supper will be held at the

Economy-wise truck buyers make Economy-wise truck buyers know home of Mr. and Mrs C M Tur- ESSENTIALS"IIBAU
I
JJ ney at the State Farm Friday
night. Jan. 27, at 7 o'rlotk All this timely topic Sunday night in the

FORD NO. 1 FORD IS NO. 1 membeis Morning and Worship visitors service are Invited.11'I evening nor\lce 1 at 7:30::: uMitck!

a.m. Sermon by Rev Churli-s& Im-
brie, I). D. Everyone Is Invitee) to 1 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton

come and hear tills series of In. HOI.: KAY; I'aMtor

$ IN SALES GAINS IN VALUE terestlng CIII'KCII sermons OFJKMUM: OIKIST" OK -

Bible School 10:00: .\. M. II. T. U. at 6:30 (1'>. M.!
IwTTKKIY: H.UNTM

-No -other -truck can match this ... No- _other____ _truck____ can give you -' Tie Chrurc of Jesus Christ of I Visit/ our prayer service on Friday
iy.
4"*.::* Latter Day Saints will hold its nights at 7:30 o'clock
all these features :
trend of user preference :.. 'A Quarterly Conference' at Park and I -
.
Copeland Streets In Jacksonville
.. Choice of V.8 or 6-cyllnder power! on .Sunday Jan. 29. Sessions be. I
PROOF OF FORD LEADERSHIP 1949 new truck license registrations
Two *-"* I', __ at 10
!
143-horcepower Big Job gin and
a.m. 2pm.
as reported by R. L. Polk & Co.-total for the latest available 3 months
L period of 1949 (August, September October) compared to 1st quarter- Over 175 model to chooi from! I Joseph to the I* Whlrtlin, First Counselor TRANSFER AND
Bishopric, Salt Lake
R.B.ALVAREZ&SON4pt
show A new 1 O-horepow SIX! '1 City, will be the principal speakerat : STORAGE CO.

.-.. .- Truck Increase Ford Million Dollar Cab! t. both services. The public \In
FORD TRUCKS . ; ... 24,683 ---l.v-
All Other Trucks Combined..Truck Increase 13,382 Bonus j Built Construction which means bigreierv cordially Invited to attend Services 1 We operate \II rmt

i TRUCK ..a....... ...... ... .... .... .Increase 9,884 ** of strength and power this In Stark. will be omitted ,, jeidI' ;i
&
Sunday lung tllsteaoeanywhrrv
TRUCK "C"..... .. .. .. .. .. ...... ,Increase 3,833 Ford longer truck Ufa! :: MOVIPWO 4; .
TRUCK "D"..... .. ... ., .,. .. ..... .Increase 2,179 21 Smart Trucking Advancement for 193OI! CliritGII 0.. GOt) ctS .-. 1s4a', ..-ii1 la I' 8

4 TRUCK "K"..... ...... .,....... ...Increase 5,026 Rev. I.. S. Williams, Pastor \,
ALL OTHERS....... .. ,., .. ..., .d.cr.asS5,542_ 8th & St. Clair Sf-s. KXCRIXRNTHTOKUiK

.,-. -- TOTAL........ 13,382 Sunday School 10 a.m. 0e f __j
1. .; Sunday Morning Worship 11 am
Sunday Evening Service 7:30( p m. FACILITIES

1- -" _ Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7-30: p.m. Agents/ !' For
__ _L..__ ., I Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m -- : _
DelcherBros. __Tw4J
__ Try the nn T"16-1 -_.:: ;
graph for your Office- .

nccvl full line always pa hand. I

Smart Truck Buyers recognize


_ 'Zri- value They know Today's .cb-.
Special!

Smart Buy Is the "SO Ford __ _

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Stitn t.5 SUM iKo" ..h m of mi 175,ood.ii In reds full HM of l hick,(ocV\ .





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BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRAFII: STARKE. FLORIDA FIIIDAV, JM.IlFARMER'S :; _.
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ago and despite the lack of rainIt drawn and so do we. But forgetIt I HOW GOOD'S YOUR MEMORY ? I Guardsmen And Law Enforcement rft;

and In for a while and Ute next thing
Is about 12 inches high I
good condition. "What we need In yOU know half of the Implementis I Stage Problem To Test Cooperation, Sr.1l.

Florida." this man Raid "Is a strewn all over the field. Live 'I -,
I la and learn we hope. Local law enforcement agencies tlon wsa the abaci ,
DIARY 'good winter grafts. And that ,
"
J Y simulated a local disturbance last
; a r'tI'l' challenge to all of U8. mob.Local
", By Sam :McGarvey S. I Had a good dinner Sunday Wednesday night to test the speed Guard on, "ex'

, 1 Tonic nut n window In the kitchen practically all of it raised here. and coordination of these units I I that the drill wax i t

The' author will be glud to receive and put In a door. Not finishedyet I toast chicken English peas, Irish under mob violence conditions gram to make thr''' ..Ia:

Items of Interest, concernIng real time-saver as formerly potatoes! plenty of milk and butter effective aid to ,"' '
It Is n ? "? I..
.. of In fresh strawberries. Paced by Sheriff P. D. Reddish forcement ;
the activities farmer had to out the front: i and agentGuard "
we go Chief: of Police W. E. Thorn- N, '
and
:
Bradford County. Suggestion* mayIw have nice porch troops arc ,
door! Plan to a I
4 left at the Telegraph office or outside the kitchen and then we'll Thinking about our Income tax 4 "y .SI ton, National Guard! troops setup: *i oase! of emerge, I.'"
::
moiled to !oi&n11\I..Garvey. 1.3tt')., have outdoor dining room : report Anyone know where rate I I' barricade lines, a machine gun 1 ly at the command ,
'ht
; A.*A Florida. which an we can UMp most of the year. I can buy a barge bottle of aspirin1GRAHAM quad and a reserve platoon between nor. The men of I it ,, "''I!

\ Church and Cherry Streetson pany have recenth .,
.. I 1 1s I I. '
I ___ Call Street. The purpose of the in the methods .'n '\
to 1.2are weekly from the new market at Our berries. lire coming'along usI'
Just al.>ut ready plant Q-
I II ) ado I 1 drill was to familiarize the Guard. rioting mobs and ,
ti
01 trlsli potatoes Have made Gainesville, and If someone thinks but very slowly. Lots of blossoms men with their role as. emergency night drill WOIkt'
he's "steal" Pride for los.i lot of fruit but' was the tl'" ? 1t
U beds 170 feet long. 5 feet going to I and quite a green i up l law enforcement troops. The only
spall Putn\ fertilizer '175: 40 than he's worth he has another not getting many to soil Did pick lI.vIr": John :McKinney' nity they had had fo, ,"t'Ir" ',,!}
sltua-
I unrealistic element of the 1
per cent and added n little 5; per miens coming Fact Is, we're not a few the other day And they ,, -. .. -training_ _Into.,_ practl. i

rent chlordane. and let the had anxious to sell. Pride as we are I were sold to a pas *.r-by on the I A homecoming Service will beheld t\\

stand for about a week for the going to havo him butchered ..soon highway Woman In the car came at the First Baptist Churchat I t P'tH' Florida. Made Marked Gains In Improving"

fertilizer to cool off. Then opened I and put half of him In a new deepfreeze back shortly and wanted to know I Graham on Sunday Feb. 5. Health Conditions During Year

a furrow In the middle of the bed we're going to get. If we had any more "Theso are I There will be a Basket dinner at 1949 >

vith the tractor and now'we are 0 good," she said eating one while noon and everyone Is cordially Invited rw Floridians made marked gainsIn in
to plant. But understand Cut up a lane In bark of our Hhe spoke. "I come from Texa-, I up the fight again' 4
ready to attend.Mr ."
t.h"t cutting potatoes up is quitea barnyard which we are going to and they pick strawberries while improving state health conditions ,

job which takes a lot of time make Into a home orchard.. Goingto I they are green out there!" and Mrs Gentry Stokes andchildren In 1949 Dr Wilson T. Sow- Mass x-raying fo, .?..b jseasell. j\'

rr.d then too we're going to treat have the place all ready no. that Had a talk with Lacy Conwaythe of Brooker were visiting I dor state health officer an- continued on the snn ..

the seed with Semesan Bel (aKa when Miss ROSA brings the trees other day about his aerial their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. ,II nounces. He forecast .an even ,350,000: receiving thyear. "' 1

; >nit Rhlzootonla, whatever that we'll be all net to plant them. Not Hpraytng. Said he Is spraying: and Mrs Buddy Stokes Sunday Plans for expend

In. scab and to prevent the need 'satisfied that the location we haveselected strawberry plantings now. afternoon. I healthier state in 1950! ,. tuberculosis program 'Inc

from rotting). and that mean dipping | Is protected enough but Mr and Mrs. A. T. Andrews "We are gratified to note thai. formation of a clinical ttq t

and drying. Farming' sure is not much w> can do about It now. Man stopped here the other day and baby of Gainesville were the number of deaths from various' follow-up tuberculosis! ea,,
Afratd that In the of I weekend guests of her parents, diseases were reduced except those
getting: to be complicated bu"l'leu. case prnchea and offered to sell us a brood sow. persons whose l rap)
) Grandpa certainly didn't go that the first warm spell will He wanted $3:$ for a white sow Mr and Mrs' Math Waadin. I those caused by cancer" Dr. Sow- suspicious of oltheidi. ,. ,,,.

through all the funs 'and bother bring out the blossums too quickly -* due to farrow in March but we Rev. and Mr. Homer Swindall der reported. "Even the deaths: or some other chest <.?. '''dlll<.

We do today. He opened. a hole In If too sheltered and then ai i did not realy consider it as we have and baby of Starke and Mrs. Alice i' from motor vehicle accidents were as heart disease or i ancct

the'ground and put some aeedsln. frost will ruin the crop. Have been all the hogs we can use now and Kite were visiting Mrs. F T. Ab- fewer last year." Special efforts aimed at

But he didn't get the yields w* hoping that we can plant Black anyhow we do not care especially ernathy and Mr. and Mrs. John He announced that rf more con- Ing the high Infant and nu, (

get today! Walnuts' down here and see In a for white hog's.Ve like the reds. McKinney Friday afternoon. certed effort will be made! to combat : death rates, begun In tDI9.f

state bulletin that they do grow and have done pretty well with Mr. and Mrs Noah Jackson and ye' cnncer this year and pointedout stepped up this year Dr sj

Two would-be purchasers. of here so will get some trees as them so far children visited Mr. and Mrs. Boat- 9 .-. fN "s that 1.032 persons with the declared,. Maternal mortal,!
loon as possible as they take almost right In Waldo Sunday ., A'At' ?
Pride stopped in last week. One disease were aided In the paymentof vey committees are attach
forever to Dinner guests of Mr. and Mr.
grow. ouL their medical or hospital bills\ formed over the state
grinding whl
offered $90 for him. guessing Chickens are really
us John McKinney Sunday were Rev .
last year.. Funds for the cancer go forward for
the these If they con. establinhini
that the calf would run "pretty. eggs days. B. Perkins Jacksonville Mr, and
clone to 500 Ibs." The other guessed Talk about eating: something tlnue to lay at the present. hlgn Mrs. Clarence Melton and childrenof program were provided. by a Leg- tral premature nursing eec:.

lie would weigh about 400( Ibs. and good! We had fresh broccoli right rate, and If we do not have to' ell Gainesville and Miss Juanita Aw. a tribute to tho memory of a lH>l..vr
almost died when we said we out of the garden and we think fresh eggs at the price of 6-month Harper of Gainesville the Telegraph In. 1 pleaded to present thin. heretofore unpublished rates from tuberculosis The state's number on(

wanted $125 for him. Funny how a that Is about tops as a green vege- old shipped eggs, then we'll make Those from here who attendedthe photograph of the late "Aunt Vl la>" Morgan Although Mr*. Morgan syphilis whooping cough polio heart disease Is In ror..
steer calf can lose almost 100 Ibs.overnight. table. Tender and delicious it Is up for some of the expense In typhus fever, malaria Influenzaand this year Plans for action iii
REA meeting at Keystone dl..tlIlPvl'rlll years ago, her "wmory.lll ntlll f tvttIn\ the mlniU of |
But we are able to keep very high In some doggone vitamins getting started with chickens. last Mrs. Etta COllnt-1 pneumonia dropped last year this disease are now being
Thursday were In Starke and who .
led
pretty close watch on beef prices or other but the main thingIs Heard of a, way of checking up on patron surrounding area he said and "there will be no let I..l .. ?r
that It tastes good. And BO far Dyal Mrs Manda Smith Mrs. familiar figure, aa .she Bat In her favorite rocking chair In the door -- _. ,
through the post card sent)' usl your chicken production. Figure Mrs. Millie ;
Bunnie Broughton,
It looks to requiring of her magazine.. store" and lUMpenm-il homely philosophy and goof!
very easy grow takes of 8
that It an average Mrs. Roberts. Mrs. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ethan I. Clreul. Court. Hrad',,.
Equllla
: about the same treatmentas lbs of feed to produce a dozen Wynn cheer to all who mopped. to ptttm the time of day. Sapp over the weekend.Mr Florida In (-.,.....,.. ,
and Mr. and Mrs. .
Math Wasdin Mattle Slabei! l Delekaa, F'1t.jn't. ,
cabbage. eggs Thus If mash costs 5 centsa John McKinney. i- - and Mrs. Romey Johns. of No Nichols, Delekaa. lrefe 'Ida i
lb. it costs on an average of 40 Jacksonville and Mr. and MM. 7861.O.drr !
Where has the rain to It's 1 RURAL COMMONSENSE i f P.alleatlon and 1s.
.BE IN i gone ? cents a dozen to produce eggs. ;Denzlt Thomas of Floral City -"" '... !HTATK OP r'I,Ollll
getting BO dry on our place that NEW RIVER NI..holl Deleka. Who.Fand ."
were calling on Mrs. Truby Hodges
1
unknown
M"x our garden Is starting to look likea HAMPTONBy ad.lreu is I
One of our hogs Mrs. Arbucklehas By Mrs. E. A. Sapp Sunday afternoon.Mr. January isth, fan in lb.nam.'d (
desert And It's
no use tryingto a secret way of getting out 0: Ily Spud Johnson. and Mrs. Harold Shiver Court and cauxr' ;J
plaintiff mdJ
water small patches with a Mrs. M. C. Sweeney e ks divorce I ,
one of the fields and we've and children of Gainesville visited tlon: of maiden name
FLORIDA 1 1 Ir watering can an the water Just almost crazy trying to find IT'S IMPORTANT FOB A J"'!"lonary to Africa Brother Mr and Mrs. Bud Moody over the ford '1Vty! T>I lenruib nil r
runs right off the beds. It looks gone field TilE FARMER TO.VOKK 'LeiclAead\ of the Sudan Interior|weekend InanPM.witness lash thin. Order In nu t i ,rw
the
out where. She stays In
N. NRWAU. TO\VARD
like lain every day or so, but it LOWElL COSTS ":..c: lon and his helper, George; mv hand all l rflfi
1 for weeks at a time., but next thing Mrs. Joe Dowling of ,Live Oak ,
STATE 1 FAIRFEBRUARY skips this area around This community was grieved to at $Ntnrke Florida, th'- l re.
Lawtey of
Birch Atlanta Ga at
,
the know there she Is out on the hear of the death Tuesday Makers of automobiles and were visited Mr. and Mrs. Roan Turner 11. 9t9.
and all we get la. a little dew In the early
Long Bridge Church Sunday and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J T"
/ t morning. Every time we look at highway again. We've gone over morning of J. N. Newall,72 who many other Industrial products All Monday afternoon.Mrs. All Clerk ,.r nd, 1 II.
Monday nlghta. enjoyed the
.
foot of the fence but can'tfind Truby Hodges( Is visiting
IJ the kitchen garden we think of every the place yet. Probably It'sa had been very 111 for ten days In know quite accurately how muchIt messages. They also showed pictures her sister Mrs. Romey Johns' In C'.rall'C.'o;: ; ,. CiPlorldai
Palatka Mr. Newellwas ,
what It would look like If we could a hospital. Im Cha.eerr
of
single the natives.
coats them to produce a -
hole made by Lily our not-la- Jacksonville this week. Carhnrtna M Moot, PI."
turn a valve and Irrigate It at a native of Canton. Ohio butts I and It Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore of a ..or.... A. Muoie l>.f, i n !r. '
will. mented late fence buster shownto had lived In Bradford County fora unit of their products Mr. and Mrs Hassle! KhoOen of No. 7624
don't do .
Why we it now? For Miami are visiting friends and relatives
Mrs. Arbuckle In a moment of for the farmer Jacksonville anJ Order of Publication mittAppmr. >..
number of years. Funeral Set U just as important were visiting Mr.
probably the same reason every of this section. They also "..... of Hurl
sT I other farmer doesn't do a lot of confidence. vices were held In the DeWitt C. to know how much it costs attended Church here Sunday. Mrs Lacy Johns last Sunday. O orir. A. Moore "II"! >' '*",
,
I In rare K c. Cuntelll Ki: n
things It can be summed up In Jones Chapel In Starke on Wed him to produce units of his cr. ps. MrTTCfid Mrs.. DTclf"Carroll and Philadelphia Pa :
11 one little word: money. Been here In Bradford County nesday afternoon. and the body children of Jacksonville dinner Court Of HonorA You are required, to ippiDeo. ..
and Industrial producers are con- were 26. 1949. In the nl '
at
almost now farming
e a year shipped later to his former home In
Alice Is canning English not quite ready yet to brag about Ohio. Heartfelt sympathy i 18 ex- tinually searching for methld8.procesllelf. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Boy Scout Court of Honor will Court plaintiff seek and divorce cat>*", ..,v'I

peas anything or. to tell others haw to tended to his widow. and materials that will Merrltt Sunday.Mr. be held Monday night, Feb. 1, !In min!' ,'bU... "UppU1nd i t
this week. We've been eating them I 1Countr ,
Understand thoroughlythat and Mrs. Maston Hay. of the American. Legion hall at 8 iHimiu1, etc
do
thing ,
ri regularly for the past month or so, reduce their production costs and Gainesville Tekgraph fliali ;,
a 1 farming Is a business and a KK\\: YEAR MEETING attended church at :o'clock. Scoutmaster Jack Tra- thin Order In next 4 ..s"kiVltnen ,,
F f l, IC but she wants some for the sum- The Ladles Council held their whenever! they see where they can, Long Bridge Sunday. wick all \ niv hand and lat '
science and that we have just be- i urges Scouts who are 1'0-1 .Hlurke, "lurld, Ui> '
mer months no with
Pop pickingand gun to earn. But as "T. K." and first meeting the year. in the save even a very small amount Little Barbara Carol and Rob-j;Ing up for advancement to be pre- 21, 1942iOb'FIJT.tT

pints.shelling Got to they get put more up about of them 14 others will vouch we sure aska home of Mrs Gerald Adklns on they do not waste any time! In I bie Ward of Starke visited their pared at that time. A*SEI.Clerk of.\ ,"aid f

planted but can't plant I lot of questions. Wednesday afternoon of last week taking step! to Have it. They .
anythingnow
I The subject "I believe ,m God the
until we get some rain. know that saving a small amount
.
Father, was the particular themeof
I For example we know now we
I think why a farmer Isn't quite the Devotional with Mrs. G. P. on each of the many units will
Planted 1-' lb. of Florida: Giant
sure what he will plant until practically Wadsworth. presiding. During the mean a very substantial over-all

pepper seeds In our new green- the last minute. We thinkwe business session, the name of Mrs. Having for them In their operations
houne. They took so much ;"pace,
l J though that Alice has to finish the know what we are going to R. Li. Brown a new member was That's the reason they em-
CALENDAR OF EVENTS plant but at the last day or night added to the,roll. Mrs. Fred Dodd
planting out In the garden In a ploy engineers and other specialists -
switch on an Impulse. Why? Ask gave a character study of "Dor-
rough cold-frame. Tomato seedlings ,who farms. cas"-from "Women of the Bible" to da continuous research on Never B-U-Y Before You T-R-Y
JAN. Jl AUTO RACK ANt {IS are coming along fine and anyone which was extremely Interesting production.Like .
44 tXHIBIIORS'' DAY tnj'II. old tomato
some beaten-up plants the Industrial producer,
Mrs. Adklns served delicious
refreshments -
failed again this week
Pump
'' I THRILL SHOW JJJI Into blossum.
are coming the farmer Is out to make a good
fISH AND GAME DAYlLs P and again located the trouble at I at the meetings conclusion and
income, make a good living
the contacts the switch. Cleaned
1 LEGION PARADE L 1 Talked this week to one of our on I like the Industrial man he

LIVESTOCK DAY' l'<|jI neighbors who Is very enthusiastic them and the pump works fine h. A, YOITII RALLY I' should l be Just as eager and ready I

i *, i THRILL SHOW ksJj (about Kentucky 31 Fenrue. Said again Among those attending the Annual to reduce his production costs.)

TOURISTS DAY' PSII he planted it about two monthsW.C.T.U. Young Peoples Conferenceof The Industrial man takes many,
i' Heard. that there Is going to be 1
1 1
4 AUTO !lACES the Salvation Army at the things into account when computing ', !
11 FUTURE"' FARMER' ''' DAY, : another Corn Contest this year. Roosevelt Hotel In Jacksonvillelast his production costs materials -
lour Going to enter it, even If we don't
'II S GRANDSTANDATTRACTIONS TIM! NQ weekend were: Envoy and labor wear and tear on
win because believe
; "' that a contests prize are Interesting we andserve Mrs \V. P. Durden.. Carolyn.,Then- his equipment (depreciation), and

1 .... CASPARILLA, "' DAY' done. and Lindy Durden Joanne other things that are needed for
to folks to betterefforts.
on
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spur Hess Frieda Klland, Janey Fielder, his product. The farmer should do YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK!
II. T CHILDRGNS' DAY Wish we were going"" to
1 Earleena! Norman Donald Coch- the for his fields and
TAME plant Dixie 18 corn on the field same thing THESE &: MANY MORE GROCERY Si: MEAT PECIALS SEE JAX PAPERS
.
111 I CHILDRENS'GASPARILLA .rlOCIA'1 I rane. Bobble Cochrane and Earl pastures are. his factory his seed
"" PARADE"' where we have the lupine now;
Norman.Mr PRICES GOOD
but that Is reserved for sweet' fertilizer Insecticides and fungicides THROUGH SATURDAY JANUARY 28th
Pt/ SHRINE DAY his his
are materials ,
ploW'1.tractors
AND PARADE", corn. I' and Mrs. Dale Snyder of
dusters and other Im-

.... 10 EXHIBITORS INDIVIDUAL DAY I Cut out another fire lane aroundthe sentatives Lake Butler of the new Children's district repre Bible plements are his equipment and Del Monte COFFEE Setzer's COFFEERegulator

11.11' AUTO ,RACIS.H "TO GET AH MUCH NOURISHMENT back sedge grass field and now Mission were visitors to Hampton the work that he and other do

4. CLUB DAY AM' I.H CONTAINED IN feel fairly secure against a bad School on Tuesday! of last week.A In producing the crop Is, of course Regular or Drip

i, I ONE LO.\K OF BREAD, IT I. grass fire on our place. number of Hampton School his labor. Drip (
FLORIDA STATI FAIN. UOIXD -NKTEMSARY! TO friends. enjoyed the birthday partyof When a farmer knows what it 75 69

and Gas 8illa Allocution: DRINK HEVKNTY-FIVE GALLONS Everyone knows that you haveto Carolyn Durden at Bedford coats him to produce a bushel of 1 lb. vacuum pack 1 Ib. vacuum pack

TAMPA' FLORIDA OV BEER. keep checking up on your farm Lake on her 15th Anniversary potatoes a hundredweight of beefor

N (FLORIDA. C10OD ISEW3.) Implements, tightening up nuts I Wednesday night Jan. 18th. pork a dozen eggs or a unit

', nV! '"'''':" "' etc., especially when tractoracist Mr. and Mrs Paul Galloway of any other crop he knows how

< -id _. ......._ ._--- have returned to their home after much tie must get for it to makea Green Shield Rice 3 lb. pkg. 25,
6-n. ..... J ...A _' r -- spending"several days last week profit and he also has a figure ,

visiting relatives In Toccoa. Ga. that he can work, against to reduce -

I CAIU"ENTEIt'S CAItPENTER'S CARPENTEU'S CARI'ENTER'SSHOPPERS' Mr. and Mrs Leuton A. Wynn his production costa and! wid-

Rubellstein"s week pent In Thursday Oca la with.and Friday of laat en his the returns.gap between And that his Costa gap-the and Large 3 lb Can
Helena Mr. and Mr. (
F Vel I
SPECIAL difference between 19
J. P. Hazen and family while there production Package 59
PLUS costa and returns In his Income
AT OUR FOUNTAIN TIN T they attended the Brahma Fat SWIFTNING
TAX from his -
1 1.JO Stock Show Recent crop.
guests of the
Hot Roast Beef TYPE . Wynns at their! Hampton Lake Thus It behooves every farmer -

home were'Mrs. T. E. to keep a record of all his costs

San d w i c h $1,49 JERJENS Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.Duncan Seth of and to take advantage of every Milton's Green & White LIMA BEANS, 303 Can . 1'Hunt's ''

89 C Kennedy, Mrs. Beasley and little bit of research that will enable -
COMBINATION him to reduce his costs and raise
daughter. Keystone
Served With C PLUS T.\.X Mr. and-Mrs. Eugene!,:Heights Hull's' Infant the quality of his products.LISTEN Yolo Tomato CATSUP, 14 oz. Bottle 1

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Gravy; and Whipped 5 0 (CONSISTS OF JERGEN'S LOTION sun. Eddy la recuperating -

I"otatoe AND CREAl\1E SHAMPOO) I I was from hospltlllzed an attack of for pneumonia several days and Hunt's Heavenly Halves Calif. PEACHES, No. 2'/i' Can l'1'

I Mrs Katie Mlnton. who U on'
16 07h IUClIAUI> lIUDNUT !
Nurse' duty at the Drlggers home
And A Cup or Starke's CREME [In Lake Butler, TENDER
EGG 175 'I end here. spent the week IN CASE OFSICKNESS YELLOW ONIONS TOMATOES15c

Finest Coffee SHAMPOO Mn' STRING BEANS
M. B. Layfleld has been

I I spending relatives the In Gainesville.past two weeks with OR ACCIDENT lb. 3 !Ib. 19c, In Cartons lOc

When you deliver your prescriptioli to Registered lIarm- Sirs. Alma Saxon and Ml& Jessie WHO -

on duty at our Prescription Department you know that Wright. spent Monday in Jacksonville Pays The Bills ? LEAN MEAT LD. TASTY I

your Drug Needs will be handled Quickly, Efficiently, and For Hospital Protection

Dependably We answer all Prescription Needs any hour of We wish CARD to OF express THANKS our thank Insure The! Florida Mutual SPARE RIBS 29c Cheddar CHEESE 3
Way
the day or night. Telephone "6f.CARPENTER'S. and appreciation' to our many

friends who rendered their untiring LOCAL AGENT

illness' services of our.. beloved during mother.the lengthy Weal PAUL RAYMOND CENTER

o wish to thank each, of our l-. O. Box 95 White Bacon ::a9c 25'AN

I friends for the beautiful floral oft STARKE, FLA. CUTS

I The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled I t.rlnc.-'CSlgn( ) The children I I

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