Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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FEB 3- 1950


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County Publication Established In 1879

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, : 1950 Land Deeds I Doyle Lions Club Conner Hears SpeakDoyle I Registration 1 1I Armory Board Asks

Li _, Near Million Conner. past national I Books Now (benIn i
president of FFA, was guest upeak-

'r at the Lions Club Wednesday

I night, discussing agriculture In Authority To Retain
Mark In CountyTransactions Bradford County. Lyle Anderson Precincts

gave a tallc on athletics! at the t I
University of Florida.
Involving: Bradford One new member joined the Bradford County electors bmnn

County property enjoyed another club at this time and one old member reregisteringVeOneHdny under I Camp Acres
year of peak activity according to waa reinstated.It 'provisions. Florida's new pcrinmnent 1 25,000

figures compiled In the office of wan announced that the television -' registration system pn seil -

Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas. set will be given; away' at nt the In.nt session of the Stit': '

During 1049 State documentary courthouse next Wednesday, Feb. :Legislature -- _. -
stumps l issued by the clerk totaled I 8.I i I'.i'Ristrntloii books. will remain I Possible Use Seen

$1.62900. Since each $1 stamp -A rrl\I1g..l11l'ntB have been made I i with Input v supervisors In envhvoting Hottest Driest January On Record I
Indicates $100 property value. thin with Rodgers Bros. New Four\{ ( t precinct until March 1. nftir '

indicates that land papers (Including Ring Circus to play here on March. :I which they will be moved to For Maneuvers

deeds, mortgages satisfactions!114. .t[the) office of Supervisor of KejjlB- ,

F y of mortgages and judgements | The Lions are looking forward,j 1 tuition A. L Crosby Jr. In Rtarkr I, Has Berry Men Talking Irrigation l lTw

and leases) handled by the Bradford of the club
to the opening now Mr Crosby reminds' citizens that I Ranges
County clerk during 1049 house on Water Street jI U will be necessary' for everyone I
I I hi'iti-st 1 anti driest tniuinr\ With the warmest anti d."le"t
totaled 51.625.000.00.Clerk .
ti> register who desire to vote in
Thomas on re-urI, in the Jacksonville aren January now a matter of record.Bradford .

between $600,000 and estimates STOO.OOO that, Scout Week\' !Ithi.I( next election. A special act ,'I ha bi"-en "reported by tho Weather County strawberries. had The State Armory Board has requested -
Creditable exhibit % the Starke Chamber Boy pHMtird during the last LegislatingI
ponored by this amount represents actual II j :jFUireiiii. with no Immediate prospert reached the point this week where the U. S. Department, of
icrce in telling the story of Bradford County to I all previous registration/ I were ready to Into full
' : for 11 change! In FebruaryTilt they RO
eales of property, while the remainder the Army for authority to retain
null ami
lii'M Bradford
of visitors who daily through the gates oft in County I 68 degrees 'production IF (and It's a mighty
jjds:\ : pour Indicates mortgages/( temperature" averaged 2, .OOO acres of the Camp Blamllng
rida State Fair in Tampa. I..es and'other papers not To Start Monday ''11. i/ during, \ the month, breaking I, big It) they could get a little rain. area for possible. future use for

p Ctured. above is Mrs. Marian Howe, C. of C. executive :an actual exchange of 10as.1 ] "It will take only a few minutest i the previous record of 673: set In An Increasing number of grow. maneuver and range firing by

i fy standing in front of the panoramic painting thatfLJ The total number of ,I .. register while the books are >n 1037 Tho' Bureau's records date ers were talking about plans for I the regular and reserve element
| the districts and I I would like to
i background for the exhibit, and portrays highlights ments handled by the clerks office A "good turn" by an unidentified -;: back to 1871. 5 Installing pumps to Irrigate their! of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and
p agricultural, industrial and recreational life of Brad- during the year la also an Indication British Boy Scout In 1009 to urge all citizens of the county to. Only .01 Inch of rain wn metisuied fields that are beginning to show I Marines.

f unty. This picture appeared in the Tampa Tribune of continued a'Uvity.During an American businessman who had register as early as p088lble.'III'\ In downtown Jacksonville the bad effects of lark of moisture.Production MaJ. Gen. Mark W. Lance, Ad-
Crosby said.
they 1919 a total of 1,348 Instruments lost his way In a London fop/;, led breaking the previous January this week was theheaviest jutant General of Florida expMned .
day morning and is reproduced here through announced that
o Supervisor drought record of .08 set In 1002. '
of the Boy
were filed-almost to the Incorporation since shipping started that the application was filed
C j> of that newspaper. three times as many as the 518 Scouts of America In Washington there has been one change In the The Starke area did not even receive -'I here the first of January. From by the Florida Armory Board In
idea of the of the Bradford exhibit is gained lint of supervisors as published
k success that were handled during tho depression D. C. 4O) year ago next Wednes that .01 Inch and only the:. Thursday of last week through compliance with the wishes of the
f letter received by the Telegraph yesterday from hint week. The registration In Preclnct heavy dews have saved the straw.
year of 1931. Peak year day Feb. 8. Wednesday a total of 2,413 crates National Guard Bureau in Wash-
C nnis of Starke and Tampa who wrote: "I dropped by was 1946 when 1,800 instrumentswere The late William D. Boyce, Chi No. 1 (Lawtey) will b..handled ..-. berry crop here from serious dam' were sold at the market for an I ington, D. C.

t_ 1 tonight to see Mrs. Howe and she was getting along ; filed. cairO publisher, was so Impressed 1 by Q. W. Roberts at hiastore.It that age.The average of $6.83. The week' receipts .. The action was supposedly taken

z [xcept she was doing a land office business and is In 1939 the last pre-war year with the helpfulness of the British was previously announced at 68 degree average for the were estimated at $13.998.19.) to forestall attempts by civilian
L H. Hill would have the books
out of descriptive material to give to the fo'ksiJme 872 Instruments were filed and Boy Scout. who declined a tip for month was well above January'snormal It Is, reported that the average Interest who have expressed! Interest -
rr the hall but Mr. Hill Is unable
into the booth. The Bradford exhibit certainly this total jumped to 1.264 In 1940 the "good turn", that he accompanied to serve city because, of Illness, Crosby mean of 53.4.: : The temperature price here was a fraction higher In acquiring the land

1 and is a splendid credit to the large amount oft and 1,497 In 1941, Indicating the the Scout to the office of got as high as 82 degree than at Plant City where the season Representative Charle E3. Bennett
fine 8ii Id.
activity In transactions Sir Baden-Powell, founder of on two occasions, January 16 and announced .
property Is now In full ,swing. Duringthe recently In Winh-
have such
ou folks done to put over a proposition.jope 28.
occasioned the Installation of Scouting learned about the that the the
by pro. past week Plant City shipped Ington Department of
that lots of Bradfordites will be able to come Camp Blanding. gram and brought' a tnmkful of Ten FreedIn The months average rainfall l is. $6.62 and 1-5 per crate. The crop Army had deferred action on releasing -
to see the booth and what" is being accomplished by pamphlet to America. Later he 2.80 Inches. 53.022 crates at an average of timberland and grazing

it at the Fair this year. Incorporated the organization there was also reported to be land on the Camp Standing military

J. P. Roberts Out From Monday. Feb. 0 through Clay County Paper suffering from the drought. reservation until the Stateof

Sunday Feb. 12, the anniversary Santa Fe AreaTen Since shipping started here a Florida had Indicated Its wi"h"aIn

_ iners Urged To Reply of Scouting will be observedIn Reviews Lengthy month ago,: growers have marketed the matter.

For Re-election Starke and thousands of other I Services Of ConstableIn 4,337 crates for an estimated The area In question some 2.1.-
Vital '' towns and cities throughout'"th, Wisconsin deerthree, bucks gross of 3361639. Although 000) acres in Clay County that I I"

| Questionnaire nation and its territories by 2,. and seven ,does'-were released a recent Issue the Clay' County acreage (currently estimated at owned outright by the Government -

i State representative J. P. 300.000 boys and adult loaders. Tuesday In the Santa Fe Lake Crescent! published at Green. from 700 to 800 acres) Is greater was at one time scheduled

.} : many of our farmers have failed to respond to a Roberta this week announced for Boy Scout Week this year find swamp between Hampton anTheressa Cove Spring, state that Jacob than last year, production has thus to be turned over to the U. 8. Department -
of State
officers the
that sent to them several weeks and re-election issuing the following the organization at the mId-point by J. John. Clay County ConstableIn far been! less. At this time last of Agriculture. but this,
was ago Game A Fresh Water Fish Commission.
statement: of Its two-year Crusade to "Strong District 4, near the Bradford year grower had sold 7,483 crates transfer! for some reason, wss
of vital to the future of the farming
'I1- importance "To The Citizens of Bradford then the Arm of Liberty," which County Line, has probably served for $73,96423. Last .winter waa never effected.
in Bradford County. County: .seeks to bring more boys Into its The deer were obtained for this as such morn years than any other warm also but heavy rains came Later the land wa scheduled to

sole purpose of this questionnaire is to obtain es- "I :wish to take this means of ranks give them! richer expert area. through recommendation of man In the State." about the middle of February andslowed be turned over a* excess propertyto
tI of the planted or which will be planted to ences In all phases of Its M. V. Joiner, game commissioner the General Service Administration
acreage announcing to you I will be a candidate program "For 4* years J. J, Johns has down shipment for several' -
vqii.. crops in Bradford County this flea. on. The reasons for re-election to succeed. under volunteer leaders of high for the second district and were served his district with dignityand Weeks and It wa at this time

v ils information is so urgently.needed are as follows: myself as your Representative. character who take trainl released under the direction of umlnrMamllng. ,'* The Crescent -'It.was expectedthat.a1 ctieral tint many person' began-too express .

.,:!! If the State Department of Agriculture is convinced "I appreciate the honor that the courses. so they can carry on effect'vely. Carlton Chastain. wildlife officer writer said "two good reason for f Inspector would arrive at the market Interest in Its acquisition.

ere is sufficient acreage of strawberries in BradfordCOUQty people of my county bestowed upon for this district.Mr. his longevity of service to his constituents Friday to begin operations Bennett wrote Florida authorities -
Chastain stated
this season they will build 'an auction block at the me in electing me Representative Scoutmaster Jack Trawick sale more ." here for tho season. asking whether or not the
that Troop 7ft will observe Boy than BOO deer are currently being The State plnnned to seek the land
of Bradford County and I Crescent article continues) :
State Farmers Market: here which will greatly facilitate the
released the Commission Indifferent
served to Scout Week by an attractive win. by "Sparsely settled In and It was presumably this Inquiry -
you the best of abilIty some arena Charlie
my M. FrazierAt
dUng of the crop. Likewise if it.is indicated that corn of the state.
having taken into con.ld..ra.Uon dow display of camping equipm.uthantiwork parts of his domain the district Is bereft that prompted the Armory
tIJe is sufficiently large, it is possible that additional the needs of the old people and other Scout equip of much of the outbreaks! of Virginia NAS Hoard to ask for right of tra"*-

rm space will be constructed. Both of these additions dependent children. blind. and- ment In a downtown store win Strange 'Goat Train' rrlme which come and, ItIn/ a for under permit and license

provements will be of untold benefit to growers of hools. dow. Members of the Troop' will constable's tour of duty Charlie Maxwrll Frazier, aviation through the office of the U. S.

ounty. "I know that I have made Horn. also attend church services In a Passes Through Starke "Many another Governor has not storekeeper, third class USM Engineers and the National Gun rat

The acreage figures are also needed to help convincead mistakes but It was 'of the head< group on February 12, which. hm Ity Rd\vard Massey" hesitated to re-appoint Constable son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence rturOBU.

offic'als that a spur and aiding to serve the market and not the heart' and I want to< been designated' as Boy Scout Sun. A goat calvacade rolled through Johns, first appointed by Oov. W Frazier of Grnham, Is serving with At the present time It Is rot

laded! and would be justified by the volume of produce publicly admit that I was new last day.The I I Bradford County this week with S. Jennings who nerved from 1901 Aircraft Development Squadron known to what extent the various

5,handled here. Every grower knows and recognizes the session and if I had had the experlence local Troop Is sponsored, by black-beard Charles McCartncy to 100.'}. The late> Governor Jennlngo 2, based at the Naval. Auxiliary branches. of the serrvlce will urn
Club of Starke. Air Station, Chlncoteague, V..... the property
that I the Rotary was n resident of Clay Coun.
now have, I no
its to be derived from the convenience of railroad fans driving rfid snapping
Frazier who entered. the Naval
the doubt would have done more for I thonged leather whip. ty and Ms homestead and estate
at market. vou. but It takes at least a full Welfare Payments The "goat man" stopped Mi Is located In the Mlddleburg area." service July 31, 1047, received. his Bradford Failed
S. Accurate information the total of various
on acreages Johns recruit training at the Naval
rn-named for
waif anoth..r11y..ar
pension for
a new member to I
tin; this area will be of great help in interesting; more rules, regulations and parliament. Totaled $35,071.50In caravan Lawtey. Tuesday outside the night city and limits moved( of term on January 20 by Training Center Sun Diego, CalifRnfore Red Cross Quota
rs to come here and operate on the Starke market. It entering the Navy he wasgraduateal '
| ary procedure that they have lithe January southward to camp near the Stark I Oovernor WarrenCovington For Past Four YearsSince
yell known fact that buyers go where they are assured Legislature. State Farmers Market on Wed' from Bradford High II

0 adequate volume. Without definite facts and figures!, "Being born and raised In Brad. Public assistance payments In nesclay.! The strange rig consists I On Cruise School. the Bradford County Cliunter : -

1 possible give a buyer the advance: information he ford County. my entire Interest Is Bradford County totalled $3. ,.071.10 .- of two conches joined together and of the American lied Cross

5. I to plan his operation. The advantage to growers in hav- In this county, and If I can help, in January, according to n report decorated with most anything : Dr. A. Y. Covington. Director of Renfroe In JapanPvt. has failed for the past four years

L ;'large number of buyers! on the platform is too obvious In a small way to better the lives just made by Rev. S K you'd want to see. The decoration the Bradford County Health Dept.. to successfully raise Hit Campc'gn

t ntion. of my people I will! feel that my Sparks who Is Member of District Inclitdn model planes, trains. cow left from Jacksonville last Sunday Samuel L. Kenfroc, who Is goal, the National organixat'on'

?"or these reasons, every farmer who receives a efforts will have been rewarded 5 Welfare Board. horns, reflectors, mirrors, lanterns. for a week's- cruise to Cuba witha serving with the Eighth Army In has once.. again assisted the Ch->t'.
ques- and I hope that maximum of ROTC Japan, graduated from the Laboratory : tar to the extent of
ire U: urged to fill it out and return it as soone my people will The effects of Increased and even a spare wheel. group Nttuii'nts from I1.OOO In order -
see their way clear to allow mi grant to the county's needy I \McCartney picks up discarded the University of Florida. Dr. Technicians School at Osaka ; that the mandatory programof
card is received, before it is misplaced or forgotten.in to have a second term as I am dependent children. were reflectedIn tires along the highway to use for Covington who holds a majorsrating General Hospital on December the Chapter may continue.

this way can the necessary information be obtained.re now In better position to serve payments this month, R"v.1, cooking fuel and he also hus ie wa assigned to the cruise 21) lie Is the son of Mr. and I Financial grants of this nature

.on the part of any one farmer to supply this needed you. with the acquaintance that Spark said. In January, the State collection of bottles and jars allover as medical officer \Mrs. Leon Renfroe of Rtarke. I lire drawn. .from. the oversubacr'i.
could mean that Bradford County might miss this I have acquired with my fellow Welfare Board Increased maximum, I his wagons. "lion'-- or ouier Chapters In th..-

n opportunity to obtain improved market facilities that members of the Legislature, andI < grants to $27 a month for the first I A team of nine billy goats have United State In their Campalr- .

lean dollars in the pocket of every grower in this area. am asking you, my people to child and $18 for each additional the Job of actually pulling the I BHS A & B Squads Win From Perry; Thus earn year the Bradford Count

pill out the card and drop it in the mail box NOW. give me a second term." child. Previously, the wagon, but McCartney's full hud ,! ty Chapter ride on this extra goodwill

Sincerely yours allowed In that matlmum'I' totals :30 In number. The extra! of people In other parts of our

_ J. P. Roberts gram was $24 for the goats a""" tied behind the wagon Tour This Week country. This amount Is In addition -
itional Landed Rotarians Shown $13 for the second. and $12 for II and the baby goats are put on top I Begin! Out-of-Town to the |untiriabl $4.000 assistance -

To Trustees Road Safety FilmA McRae Among Cadets each additional child up to a In boxes and crates. (10 Disaster sufferer in
maximum of $99 for fam- Bradford County this. past winter.
any one The goat man sells of
pictures School of minutes, all the boys stealing the
1 Chosen For Taylor County High
fDyal Cemetery Cruise This year the committee of
Ily himself !
film on highway safety was II'roup.Since for livelihood and sometimes Perry came to the Starke Armory ball when It helped most. As a
shown the Club Wed- all assistance grants are sells some of his goats. H.travels Bradford County will determine
at Rotary ,
result of this. fine teamwork, BHS
and dropped a
addition to Barney McRae last Friday night
ng-ought Dyal son of Mr. and Whether
or not the Red Cross will
based the actual need of the
on .
by Sgt. J. W. Jourdan olJacksonville through the country..ldAIIpreadlnK
cry in the western part of Mrs' B. E. :McRae, ha* been chosen children pair of basketball game to the racked up an additional 11 point continue locally :when they have
member of the Individual. grant for needy good cheer and calling Final
held to 5.
has become as of of 44 BHS "A" and "B" boys.In while Perry wa
unty a. reality; one a group member an to
State Highway Patrol. Sgt. Jour. w re not increased In every. his goats by name and loves them opportunity support the organization
'the recording of a deed from of the University of Florida transportation the first the "B" Squad I score: BHS 41, Perry 38.
game on the first of March.
dan was introduced by Cpl. HalP. instance. Rev. Sparks explained.The like they were children.: H. calls
Hayes and wife of Alachu Gillen of the Highway Patrol corps cadets who will average /grant for dependent himself an "Interdenominational tool? over the habits. 'of tho "A" No one man can be singled out The goal will be high this. year to

*y to F. M. Norman. a. C. stationed In Starke, who gave a go on a seven-day training cruise children Increased from '11.4/1 In preacher" and although people Squad by doing a fan dance In the for special recognition because. thfY'all make up far past failure 'I'hayear !

San, and Hubert Johnson. brief talk on safety. aboard a frieght supply vessel to December to $20.70 in January.An are sometimes harsh to him he last three minutes of play. At theE' played exceptional bull. They we must sink or swim a* t'e
ees of the Emanuel Metho Havana and Tampa.On official timeout the score stood, County desire and shows
average "case". represents between "I fear Jesus beat toll through
An at this lay no man- only had to In order to a big
Episcopal Church. unexpected guest ship the cadets are assigned al. 28 to 27 in favor of UII3. Look- its gifts In March.
and three children, Christ who gives me breath to/ .
deed to 1H acres of land meeting was "Johnny" the "Call duties ranging from deck officerto hough the I la from one :live." Ing like a new team, the "little" Perry team. Arthur Wlnklcr played
range up
Ing the present cemetery for Philip Morris" boy who stoppedIn cook's helper In addition to their scoring that his first game this year for BHS
boys began a
to 11 the state. Local
over McCartney plan to visit' Gainesyule Chihuahua
lie that "The above tract 01jls Starke on his way to the State regular classes. 38 to and proved himself to be a very
Bradford won for them going away
County needy aged after which he will return.o
to be used a* public bury Fair In Tampa. He wa* Invited to The ship was to dock in HavanaWedn.sday received $21.3. 2.00 In January his home In Jefferxonvllle, Ga. 3.1. Delano Thomas was high scorer helpful addition.n Wins Prize In Show
ounda for which the meeting by Sheriff P. D. Red- and on the return Squad Repeats
people onlyno tripIt which went to S19 Individuals. where hi lives and with 1? point and a fine gameat
| charge ever to be assess' dish. will put Into port at Key West, There were 2.1: needy blind who re- pivot. Norbert fLirtmann. In a follow-up game played her El Brutus exhibited! by Mrs. .1.

anyone for the privilege of "Junior Rotarians" attending then continue to Tampa. where elved $1.018.50. There were 612 Jimmy Rowe. and Dele McGee tied Tuesday afternoon the B Squad A. LeClerc of Kingsley Lake, .won

therein." the luncheon from the high school the student will debark and return children In 232: families who reel Hundreds Visit at 7 points each. Captain Fred trounced Alachun 62 to 31. Hartman first prize In the "toy claA fur

I were Glenn Conner and Jimmy to Gainesville ved $12,703.00 In the dependent Open House Held Conway had a 3 point total I and and Thomas were high scorer being the purest bred Americanonghalred

Collectionsal Lee. children program. an excellent floor and backboard. with II and 20 points respec Chihuahua at the rtoT

Marine RecruiterTo Over the entire state, gross assistance By Starke CleanersHundreds gamo. tively. Wallace Whiting, Gene show held i In Jacksonville on J'It!.

$108,784.97, Bradford Exceeds payment amounted to These B Squad boys have Shaw. Kenneth Conway. Terry uary 28. 29 by the Jacksonville!
I I young
|ly AnnouncesCollector Interview Men, .....134.4i5of which $2.606,433 was of visitor were shown winning ways. just' at do their bigger Kelehnr Earl: Alvarez, and Bobby Jog Fanciers Association.Mrs. .
Children Home Quota Women ThursdayMarine Federal fund The paymentshelped ,through the plan't of the Starke ,1 brother and put on an excellent -I Wiggins played Alachua firstto \ LeClerc states that Fl!
,Dry Cleaners & Laundry Monday standstill In the second and Jrutus |I. the son of Don Peguennoof
J. R. Kelly re- meet the living needs of show. a
Bradford Count lana, again In Master from 4 until 9 p.m.. when Mr and third McGee Capt. Fred El Hero Royal Kennels, Metl-
that Bradford County Sgt. Rex G 132.470 Individual twin- quarter
exceeded their of contribution ,Mrs. Junlus M. Smith owner of The nightcap of the Perry co. His mother Silver
quota was
1949 Howe turned Lady
>42.23 tax roll l Is now more Williams. be at the Jack Rave and Jim Godwin Conway, and Jimmy
( three.fourths collected ..Coins to th. Children' Home Gainesville Post Office next Thursday the establishment held open houN.I bill saw 30 between them I;In fine performance also of El Buo.Farm .
New G. E. Showroom Visitors conducted through scorn potntf
I were
from 10 a.m. until 5 to r.lrlH Take bus
totaled to
through last week Society according an announce- p.m. I 12. The
with Eaves getting game
Interview On Call I the plant and given an opportunity Last Friday afternoon with Bureau Notice
.74.91. ment by Marcus C Fagg. Superintendent young men and women Opens Street In wa characteristic of BBS -, a-
for enlistment In t o see laundry and dry cleaning in the hospital. the
the Marine I I Coach Byer
1 .>>s I* the last month In which In letter of thank to Corps I head now, behind now. The fast
a of turned out by
and Its reserve component Q. J. McGriff, local General Electrlc the process being ItMS girl journeyed to Alachua Gilbert Cook of Gainesville, r<"-
.yers may claim any dl- the Telegraph. Williams said that the age limit I dealer, thl.* week announced 1 the modern equipment that has finish was not lacking, however. and assured themselves a berthIn resentative> of the Blue Croaa and
and the In
Kelly urge. With 38 sec on.In to go, Perry
ent of taxes while the one During the past year citizen of for enlistment In the regular Marine the opening of a show room at been Installed throughout. Eaves literally stola the Suwannee Conference Tourney Blue Shield will be present at the
fresh possejMion.
1 is still In effect. After this county contributed $l11S to the Corp are 17 to 29 for men, 143: West Call Street I Refreshment of cake and the ball and dropped a bucket' that (If they win from High Farm Bureau meeting In the con- -

(jcnt month, taxes become delln- general fund while the county's and 20 to 31 for women. Men be- The General Electric line had orange! juice were served and free tied the at 33 all. That's:I Springs) by taking the measureof house tonight (Friday) to disci"'

t. quota I la $1OO. In addition to this, tween 17 and 32 may enroll In the formerly been displayed at the prize of dry cleaning credit were the game It itood up at the finish. AIlS 33 to 30.( the new series "7" contract which

contribution to the building fund Marine Corp Reserve, and veterans how rooms of McGriff Motor on given at a drawing held each hour.with In way the overtime period of three This week the BHS boys leave has added benefits and also adJed

ween 53 and 63: million bunch- totaled[ 158. and article of food may deduct their prior service Temple Ave. The plant was decorated well- minute, the BHS team began ,for a road trip on which they will cost.
f banana are shipped from and clothing contributed were valued from, their actual age to bring Mr*. M.-Grlff will be In charge quantities of flowers sent by their ball-hawking act that com meet Perry Chipley and Mariannu All member and prospect '.
.r aJ America to the Uniteds at $lIS. themselves within the limit lot the Call Street store It was wisher. on this occasion pletely outclassed Perry for a few Good luck to them. members are urged to attend.T1 .
annually. 4 announced. I

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(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas Order of Pnblleatlon and Kiotlo to !Mm. William ,
"God help us all" is con *
son. my
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Aa Clark of acid. Court, *. wI'vleIF .O.IIUA tolV'.lflf 7702. )
stant prayer. llv, Haven Crosby, n C*. I ft Uurden whoa residence .In Order of nhllratll. .
Bradford County Telegraph The World to lovely this mornIng Charlrn R. }!....*. 204-03: unk nowni N't'A'1'r7: oV ?;, 1
bite HMw, ,; ckm>nvlll<-, auarant'j Yon. ere required to appear, on MI..IIf 111;., \\ u "OKI)
20 degrees below zero whenI Atty. for Pit February 20 lll&O In the .above dente In t421ox ">
went to get the mall. It is still natned Court and mumi. ., wherein mouth, Virgin
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. U. MATTHEWS. OWNEREDITORrtoMl t.41.1 poiT niox pllilntlff ""ok.. divorce. Bradford You are ,
cold. The snow lies' deep and Healed hid" will he received hv I Ciuiiitv Teleirrnph shall puhtBh(' thin February SO, 1 I'> .*
..he4 Every' Friday and Enlrrwl aH. Second white. Our dear aged dentist died the I'lly I'nunrll of he ("Starkd Order In next four weekly InaueaV1tneHM named Court uu,1 I '''I I
Miark .at the City pffloa In \ rnv hand and offiHal. Healnt .Plaintiff Necks i
allows. Walter at the PuNt Office at Starke, Ha. this morning. Don has to go get Florida, until' 5-00: I'.M. tHba: on Stnrke Florida, this January County Telenrnii]i' 7
"1iyJLura ffunjcssMoftrPONCA. his body at Sioux City. I have TUesday, the 7th day of ; ; IX, 1!t50.O"FICJAJA.S. thin Order \In n,.I\. :J
1950 at which time and place all ( !,) A J. Thomas Witness mv hnn
1950 NEBRhirHn ;:::::=:==- been singing. "I will meet you In hula. received will be pulillrly open Clerk of Bald Court: itt KI 1". ," 'If'{
MEMBER/ the city, of the New Jerusalem, ..4.and read aloud, on the following Hy Haven Crosby, D. CT la. mo'.1":
.III'III| : Ilrvalar im"olln. delH- Joseph K, Skipper 221 nraham OFFICIAL,
91.50 For Six Month, \\ we bury two dear old found myself saying the Aposl1e'scret'd. I'll be there yes, I'll be there." reed ('"'' Tank at 'HIT l.lxkt milling Jacksonville Florida ( A.BE\I'' I, fBv
/ """rI..tJon $i.OO Annually So dear ones over there now. Water Plaat. .....k... Florida I.ub- I Atty. for Plf. 1-20 4t :.10 Haven Cro.TnV '" f
drove the hill. many ,
ladle, and I meditate on tho fae.tthat as we up rlratlnK "ll.. ....IIIn. at 4Oe per John J. .. bonlal
-- ; a au. flat wr must. have peal anutleranw "I belelve In God the Father Al- Somehow my faith and love and quart, for prli. of Mlv aioHlliM.The In Clrenlt Court. Bradford Touaily.I Ave.lUmderm lulu .TVIIIH
bee mighty, Maker of heaven and hope shines bright this morning said ('it)' reserves the right, KlorldNl In Cnaneerr. Florida. i
In our oun country .
TO DKSTIIOV"The to accept or reject any or an bUlaCity I' C. William, Plaintiff vi. Oracle Atty. for PIt
KIWKItTO TAX IH POWER fore we pray for world |M-ax> !. I earth and in Jesus Christ, his only with the un. God bless us all. of Xtarke. Florida :u It
81213 Dy Carl .Johna, City ClerkCALL
faces Lord who was crucified LOVE LURA
Internal Issue this country son our ,
gravest and most far-reaching We who have anna are filled with FOR ALL TYPES OF
And of all Issues It la probably the dead and burled. The third day he FOR nun,
k* the cost of tu government tense despairTo arose from the dead and sltteth STKJKI.VQ A AI<<1Al Sealed bids for 4-Inch concreteIdewalk PESTCONTROL

It-ant understood. view the world about us coil on the right hand of God the .1 aa follows... : ,
The world la In'debted to the SUM llnral I .t. 8 fret wide WRITE OR PHONE
when the Federal government's Income IH at a near-rec ed in hate. Father Almighty from which he located .e East. Hid .f Water ft.from .
At a time in well-known antiquarian, Aubrey Honlkvaat Cormer of ('all ..... FLORIDA PEST
and when the burden of taxation borne by the people Ready to strike it'. fangs In all shall come to judge the quick and for the to fell alflrvtalk In front of M... CONTR
ord peak, unable to make both earth's fair.And following 'interesting tidbit ............
In days. of peace the nation Is Ute dead. I know that creed applies K. M. .1 HI llnml feel H and CHEMICAL CO.
without precedent hand about the origin of this familiar feet wide. M-atel om Wmtmt Ht.a4Ja .
to the lash the trembling
meet. It Is running a heavy deficit which will be Added to all faiths Catholic and expression. <*.nt to properly of 1M a.. Mteno- 2150 N. ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE
debt which is a direct obligation) upon that holds youths fate. Protestant. How can we be other. matt will be rno'el".rt by the City 2381: !
tciwrrlng national debt-a material resources We see our non as on a battle! than tolerant? In early England he says, It 'ouncll at the City office In Starko, GAINESVILLE. FLA.
of property, or Florida, until 5-00: J'.M K.8.T., anTuendiiy
a,*>ery man with an Income a piece red brink Here In Ponca we have Father often happened that when two February 7, 1Blio, at which Termites Rodents All Household Pest

of kind. And choke with panic lest after his flock. persons were negotiating) a transaction time und pi..". all bid" received
any Materia who looks
this. It It: "Tax the rich will be publicly opened and read Free Inspections and Katlmates; Given by iM1ulI.\ .
all of of the
glib answer to strong feet will fall one men, deciding
course, a of the
There is, of He Is one grandest men,
tonal the rich bU8lneIet them carry the load for the rest of u.... Lest minds pierced with poison j;Holy and well\ loved. It made me that a fair arrangement had-been to The waive salt City lufcirmalltle reserve the. In right or Entomologists" (University of Florida)

fact is that we could tax the rich into financial extinction thJ will link J think "I shall ask him for a prayer reached, would hold out his hand to reject any any or all bldM.. Dempsey K. Sapp Boy \ Bull/
)Jut the come close to paying the bill. It is the Their destinies. to war's envenomed for ," and which he readily and exclaim "Strike me." City of Stark Florida
Lad the proceeds wouldn't even peace :3t2a;, Ily Carl Johns, City Clerk
means-not the few with large means call. I I thought, too, of myFather If the other struck the profferedhand -
moderate gave. .
of millions with ...;:; '
ten How can we raise our anguish the bargain l Circuit Ilradford Couutr.Floridat
and how he loved our was made.
government.But .. ,
.who are hurt by extravagant Infinitely ominous ed-throttled voice? neighbor: in southern Indiana whenI I K.IUh; M Lewthwalle(hanrerr, Plaintiff va B ALVAREZ & SON TRANSt'ER.I

: that Is not the end of the story Something How can we' free,.it from mesmeric child. His. Clifton N. 1..wthwaite Defendant. STOU.GEVe
was a name was .
Taxes are threatening our eco- I. t1r< !' C'cinrt. Hmdtfortl (.un.r, 'nee Ni>. 1700order (
\m quietly happening In this country. fears Father Gillig and altho my father Florid t li. <'bnec.rT.Alfred I i of: PublleiiIles' and. Netlee toAppear.
.. ..
And plead for peace as loves Clilnim, Plaintiff J v*. Florence "T_ TK Of" ..OHIO'" tot ... "
sole exletenceA was a Baptist he loved Father O OH mm, D f m article in Newsweek describes this. Sales of common stock empowered choice Gilllg. That Ias' it should be In Orrtr ctff Puhllrnlb.n And. !%..tl..* tu Idenee IH DO1)/ Tyler Street, PortTownHend. ltd r )h operate
A recent have good times orhad. To stop the prescient thunder Apprnr. HTATK' OK ....DHI..\ ... I Washington I : ILn.A PAR 2SOR }
shall our United States. It must be, or "
In Industry largely determine whether we Florence O. IIrlmm. whose residence | You nre enquired; to appear or a v cv..a..a > S &: lung/ dhii :
or a static economy more employmentleas or In man's car? we fall. I do not say you must embrace and ftddreisM la unknown: k I Feb. 20th I960 In the. above named ;:: t MOgIN'j' '
an expanding economy How can such slender cry to You are required. to appear on I Poiirr nn stock anywhcn
the future. Yet, Newsweek says, last year trading In a religion or even see the February: 13th. 1960, In the abovenamed seeks divorce, cure, custody ft controt I
In national income where in the triumph swell why, but love your neighbors and' Court and cause, wherein I I' of minor child. BradfordI'ounty >
Recounted for only four percent of tile Unless each voice lifts bravely be tolerant. That is what Don does. plaintiff H* *U. cl I vnrrn. tfrnd ford I i' Telegraph. hall publish this e4 EX.tI.U: :
40 percent. This' means, County Telegraph Hhttll Order In next four weekly iMtiuenWltnoHN
averaged more than publish thin'
OS years prior to 1930 it already and sings well? He has a set of candle holders and Order' In next. four weekly: lest. ,,, mv bend and orflelal. '
tin magazine goes on, that "if most of our corporation were not Hazel Steven Dame crucifix with bench that w'Itn.N. my bund and official, seal. Heal nt Ktnrke Florida. this Jan. STOR 1.I.
to create them," Themoney nt Sturkf, Florida. this January unrv 1M 1930.OFFICIAL .
in existence, It would be Impossible, today world he paid $800 for a good many II. I! 50OFFICIAL. ( :; SEAL) A. J. Thomae F\C LIT/F./ .
Into the enterprises upon which our living/ The moves on In space ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Ai Clerk of said Court.
that once went taxed out of with reckless speed as time heapson years ago. He takes this to the AM. flork of said Court Rv IfaVfci CroHbv. 1). C.Joneph Agents For
standards and our world leadership are built In being homes His neighbors love him. fly litvn. frothy, I> f. K. Skipper 221 Orahnm _
head the Betore'we
our years. T. Frank Innf1runt Htark: Florida Building t JllckMOnVIlFloridA. DelcherBros.
euUctence.TbU can pray for world peace we must He serves them well. We pray In Atty. for .'It. 1-13: 4t S-3 Atty. for Plf. 1-20 4t _

is but one Illustration out of many that could be cited. Every needs have peace In our hearts I our own chapel. f. Ir.'Oll (Court. -flrartforil Cnttmtr I. (.1...... Court. Bradford 2.IO/J 2' See us fin
whose Incomo is above the subsistence level knows how onerous here with our neighbor, our own I CLAY HILL: Such a nice letter FlnrlflHl !. ( h...,-..... Vlorlrt.it. In 4'her,.. /
Individual Florida Mna/ llurdner, Plnlntlff, v..
anotherabout from Ella Mae Osteen. She Plaintiff vVi John W. In.rden.
at one time or brothers and sisters and of
taxes are. Practically everyone talks people says \ >o and how something must be done. But other faiths and of different races. they have some new pupilstheHall No. TOf>6. .
of government .
the cant Order of HnhMeatlon unit Notlre toAffritr. ejw
children. She
We In America must have and Margaret .
and the end of it. more 1\VrK OK KI.OHln toi
the beginning
talk is generally tolerance than any other countryIn Wilkinson spent a weekend with Woodrow riardner, who r Hld<*m*,.
fundamental fact. Wasteful, excessively costly Mr. Maxwell and and address I IH 1'lI.n. 80282, Atlanta,
This brings us to a the world. We are a mixed race family In Green Georgia:
government la simply a symptom of a condition of overwhelming significance. of all the European nations. I am Cove. ofs Is working again In You are. roriiifretr. to appear on
cannot be described In cold figures. It ex; I Jacksonville after vacation at February 13th 1950 in the shove .
That condition English French and Pennsylvania a namml Court and cause. %%-herelnplulntlff
the mInds and hearts of the people. I Dutch. My husband Is Irish English -[home. That is Ella Mae's older seeks dlvnre Bradford
_tt_ n in_ County. Telegraph shall 'publlh. thin % 1
sister. ,
last twenty yeara'there has been an Insidious change In ourelwcept | and I'enn. Dutch Each of UK I Order In next four weekly IHHUCMVltnefft I
lathe can name his descendants and all HELPFUL! HINTS: To \ rnv hand and offlrlnl seal I RIj
We have turned to it to perform tasks which carry fit 8tarkfl, Florid, thin January t
of government, of
I our ancestors came over here your crochet hook while travelingput 11, 1850.

before were the duty of the individual and the local commu because they wanted freedom It In your spectacle case. ., ?
itUvays ?-.?_.,-...-,. ,,_,,_cCARPENTER'S (PJ
nity. More and more of us look to government to protect us In every {| more room and a chance to be Have light fuses handy now, all .
somebody. Might even be Presi- of I painted
to protectviir you. a baking powdercan
We ask government
way. We are losing our Independence. dent. Now into our 'hearts we and have the fuses in It in J

health, build our homes care for ua If we are unemployed and seeIts should not let bigotry and intolerance the cabinet. ,, ''lid Y f

through all of the way from the cradle to tile grave. we aak dwell or we shall be backIn Here Is Father' Materla's Prayer PRESCRIPTION
the same .shoes that our ancestors for PEACE. i"Tti
The term for
and services. polite
and more goods
ft !. provide more left PHARMACISTSONTIIEMIlClT
fleeing in the dead of "0 Almighty and Eternal God
this. ) 1mm." habit la "the welfare state," a softer name for soclal- winter. in every need we come to Thee

Ura. The welfare state always leads to one of two conclusions. It itnpnverlshes As I study the life of my husband with humble saying, Lord help us. kMAV

and enslave the people and subjects them to ruthlesq. dictatorship I am brought more to dwellon We ask Thy help protection and
how he '
as In Eastern Europe. Or finally the people rid themselves I In religion has overcome here In his Intolerance com--(other intercession nations.upon our country: and

or Ma worst manifestations as the voters of New Zealand and Australia munity. This Is his home town. !I "Inloyrl hands. we its
His father was place I i .. .,. ,.
a Mason d
Presby 4t SVl .1.1.
the wealth of nation tNNile nV.
recently did. But even in the latter cane, safety peace and welfare. Acceptour h(' 1Pi/YiVA7r/ya'p
terian and Don is a 32 degree MaSon -,
and the tentacles oC government have been woven prayers which we now make
has been dissipated but with a love and toleranceno

JM tight< that It may take generations to recover. burled other all man can equal. He has' and to Thee keep for this help.nation Protect In true, defend, Just; Ask Ai Siore For Big 8-Page Color Birthday Price List! i;

directly affects all\ our IIbt'rtlfOs.ixceHlllvt'ly: ex; the neighbors of the'I enduring PEACE with all men and I
taxation ..
Therefore Catholic faith and I find that we .... ,. .-- '-"" -'q' M
:pensive government is always super-government. It U paternalistic give thorn extra service because keep us safe from every enemy. I SALE W.v'SALE

jpncrnment- Is, In its more advanced stages government\ by fist of love and the fact that they are Give us strength and bless us with BEGINS l i ENDS

and decree. It I ii* in Its final stages, government' by terror! The Run- of a different faith. Only last your Christ Peace, thru our Lord Jesus '"Hursday.CB. : i Saturday,'
Thy son who llvest and
tan revolution was fought In the name of the common man. And now Friday morning before dawn the relgneth with Thee In the unity ot SERVICE 2ndScoroa FEB. lilt

In that hugh "people's state" tens of millions of common men and telephone rang. Away out In the the Ghost LOtr11a
Holy God forever and
women live miserably in medieval darknesa, and real liberty Is un- country a dear old lady had passed ever. Amen: PHONE ol r, 1 QuantityRights
away. We drank in BirthdayBocrgalns l .
> haste a cup
known. ? st p"* 1..1,
j of coffee and then drove thru the What a wonderful player, that J Day 64 Night Reserved:

The t u; troubles of the world from war to human want can mon I'cold and starry morning to the :should echo around the world in _,= .::. "'H"'''_''_ I

wa; or another be charged to too much government All-powerful f house about five miles out in the ,every heart'no matter of what religion 0

government[ l Is simply a reflection of the loss of Individual solf-rell-I j country. Down a long narrow lane and draw us of all Faiths .

ante. Initiative pride independence of spirit the will to work-tho a winding hill\ and In the darknessin more closely here In America for .

qualities which made possible the founding and the growth of this republic the valley I saw a light/ of the our own protection else we all

We a* a people, are fortunate that we have not yet gone no far house. There the old lady lay perish. Those. who persecute in Chevrolet alone
foreign land are not after any
holdingfast to her
crucifix still
on the "wHfure state" road that we cannot turn back. We can Millsave
in death. We lifted her gently andI certain religion---they are! after
ourselves from the final disaster that has overcome so much of
those who believe In God
and His
remembered the tear stained
the world. But as must do it ourselves. government in the dollar
we. a people Big" faces of her two daughters who low-price field gives you highest value

will not do it for ua. We must ask ourselves this question: "Are we I had tenderly cared for her until

wilttnjr. In return for a mirage of materll1ll1t'curlty.I for which we pay tho end whispering" the Save Time Work
famous Fisher
through exhoibltant taxation to sacrifice those liberties for which" with her until she passed over on 1 Body lower cost motoring !

rneia fought and struggled for two thousand years ," the other side. Who can doubt such and Money! .

faith and love? Such a wonderful I
'u .. f
way 10 cue. I lie Sheet
put gently
Men's Cloth In JT over her saying "Simply to the Pounds Of Your

I_ ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1891 IIII III I. cross for me I cling let me Rock hide of ages myself cleft In 9 Laundry Done In I

Thee." As we stepped Into the cold Only I II I

air of dawn I thought of Mother I

who passed away In her sleep .-:,: '''..I
Minutes. It Is "
while I was in a far off state Of ..-. ",""" #' ''
'' _,,
. "fySH" f '* many other dear people I have 40 Washed Spotlessly ..... ...-. --
loved and known. Yes I" shall --
out let it withrH CleanReadyTo .. ;;
keep my heart free of hate and :: -F
have tolerance and love for All. I .

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"_'. : .' Starke, and her husband, Emory 'his brother, Claude Crosby last little John Green visited Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Marvin Larramore I I Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and I Leslie Green and Clyde Cone meeting of the New River Association
"" I Lewis of Brooker. Thursday.! Mrs R. K. Dukes and children of of New York visited Mrs. Mattie children vlntterl/ her parents, Mr.I(went to Eau Gallic on business at Antioch Baptist Church
--I'IOOKER 1 Mr. and Mrs, Alex Williams of Duke* Sunday. Sowell last :week. I I and Mrs. J. K. Hardee of Lacrosse .Saturday. near LaCrosne.Mr .
W. 1\,. U. MecUng-. ; Jacksonville visited her parents, )'r. and Mra. J. E. Hardy and Mrs. L. L. Parker and Mrs. Dorla Sunday afternoon.Q. I Mrs. M. F. Hnzen and Mm. V. ". William\ D. Daugherty ot
''I'IIIt' ,ha 1\,. ...wl... I The W. M. U. Meeting wa held I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green, last children of Stnrke visited Mr. and Pelly were In Gainesville shopping W. Hiizi-n visited Mr. and Mr*. !! V. Ha zen of Starke visited friend: Jacksonville, with her mother
::tfI#""' I If'ii after A. R. McKinney of Starke last nnd relative here Wednesday Mrs. Hattie Crrnson of Enid, Ok-
In the home of Mrs. LoUie Edwards weekend. Mrs. O. W. Barry Thursday Tuesday.
afternoon. In homo, were callers of Mrs. May'
[ weekend.
last Thursday afternoon I Mrs. Q. B. Miller of Jacksonville Mrs Arle Browning/ of Starke .
.)/(1'1.ory. Lewi celebrated Plans were made for the W. M. U. visited her mother Mrs. Lottie noon.Mr.. and Mrs. R. P. Gano and visited Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry Mr and !Mm. L. A. Brown -ere I Mrn. Mary L. Green has returned Sweenny. last Friday.Mr.
honir and Mrs. Leon Moorer n<1
Sunday, after a two
on week'svisit
. J birthday
Rally that was held here Wednes Edwards last weekend. Mr. and Mrs M. M. Gano of Saturday. In GaineHvillv shopping Friday
, : Her children presentthis There members I afternoon.Mrs. with her jilster. Mrs Olin little daughter, Lee Nell, of Starke
day were seven
visited Mrs D. Padgettof
occasion: with her I Mr. and Mrs. San ford Hicks and Gainesville Itarvey Churchwell, student of I Hale, of Dukt'... were (riiests last Wednesday o(
':''lIt present and the Pastor. Delicious! Glenn St. Mary Sunday.Mrs. Bible Institute Lakeland delivered Enmi: i Shaw of Tampa and
children of Starke visited her Mr. !Mr.\ Moorer' Mr.
. and Mrs. Woodrow pnre.nts I and Mrs. Tom Fdwnrds of grandparent*
.( children! of LaCrosse, refreshment were served by the I II Mr and Mrs. Gent Stokes, C. C Does and baby of a fine message here at the' Mr and Mr.-. Hardee of Worthlnjcton Worthington .Springs) visited l Mr and Mrs. H. D. May.
If, ra. Paul Faulkner of I hostess. I Sunday I I Branford visited Mr. and Mrs. Missionary Baptist Church Sunday I I Springs visited ill-.. Florence and Mrs. Erslicll Edward* last, Mrs Alma Saxon and Mr*. J.
," II and Mead Lewis of I Oncirr Crosby of Deland visited!. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey and, O. W. Barry Wednesday afternoon'night Varnadoe Sunday weekend. H. Saxon spent Saturday (In flljrri
,.' ,., .. !'Ia Springs with Mrs. Delia Dyal. who
.- _., 1 McGnuley of J"alatka visited"
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e--------------- Arm. Elton Tnvlor and son of anniversary at the home of her
\Vort hln ton Springs) visited\ her daughter.: Mrs. Clay Parher
mother. Mrs. Unrnle Mott !Simclny. i A number of HAmpton folk attended
ARE PROUD OFI Mrs. R K.: Hnijrn nnd son Doylovisited the Fifth Sunday Convention
1,1, Thursday the afternoon nursery at"Rldo Stark at Christian Churches in

!Mr and Mr*. H. C. DOUR! ant, MIA" Merle Rltch of Starke WM'
r baby ".on vwlted her parents. Mr the guest Tuesday of \ffss ShTrleyDennlson.
I I "I'd Mrs( fj Rtrlcklaml.) of .
1 ,
,Galnvnvllle last weekend Mr. and Mrs. I.lltherIt..r.ur,
, \, Po.vl 1.. Hnzen student of Univt>r- and' Mr. and Mrs, ([orate .Vtay
Hy or "'Iorltln. ,? vMtln, M. were vlHitors Saturday to Ccdnr
Jlart"nl AIr IInd 1\rll.\ R. F. Hasen Keys.Mrs
for a few dnys Lynn Hall and '-f/r./ \Lir.gnret .

)\lr8 ,.N C Molt and son !MarrV Hall spent Tuesday In r._
'Iht\lI. anti' Mr... j. R. Mott.Qmv. latka.
Jotljf"r VVllkln' Mi'M Jessie Wright ha.. boen
'">n Rnd Mrs
.,- Moore ,,r Starke rtin- pending) some time In Jnckson...
npr gu.su ,nf Mr nnd M/Jack vllle. where her father Is seriously.

[nd Renew Our Pledge To Support This Great Simmon vuftT, fi L. of.Pl'rrY't1ltn and Antloche' Mrs.of J.Sunday Chieflnn.1 ri Molt 111 Sunday In St.!Mr Luke'visitors and* Hospital.Mrs.to Hampton L A.) Wf-!I Included

last weekend. gins and daughter' Murle, Jacksonville
Mr anti Mrs. J. R. Mot( vbdt..d, ; Mr. and Mrs. William Knabb.Macclenny .
hi'r mothpr. 1\rll. Brook ; Mr. and Mr.. Frank
Organization malt of Gnln.. vllle Sunday arter. Williams and children, rnmnelton;
nuon. Mr. nml !Mrs. Moody, Green Cow
SprlnKs) ; Misses Irmn Jenn O<- |-
win and At'UyVlIlI m.*. Ralford;

6-121 HA i PTlfN MKM| tl>Williams.. evening wns service guest st planuitat the
Scout February Haptlnt Church.
luring Boy tlv :\1.... :M. C. "' -t'7Shlrl'y

Ann Smith, el ht yenr
I old dllu I1t..r: of !Mr and Mr". H. ALWAYS POPS
c Rl'I1lth. entertained.
a number of
Boy Scouts Mark 40th Anniversary her little st-hool friend!, with n
Party, on her fNgSg
., .... ., ,,,, ,. birthday annlverary. -
I.fiY"W'W..:.. ::;.. : .,:.:::: .:.:.:. '-" : :''' '':::: ;'''::-':::::;:X'-'M''- :''': >>> ">"-,< w. Mln Monday of Fast week .. .
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1. t' Joyce Fielder. Frances Oocl I lonn Sweeney and Janey: Khodenntten.lril
.. the recent Younir( PeoplesConference That HANG Oil
a of the Salvation Army I ,. .....
Creanuiliioil rei ie.e.pmmptl .e.
., In Jacksonville. I ,
I iioci rittlit to the >ri of the irouhUto
,<'/if '-' ." : Donovan Dyul, nephew of Mm.. I help laoicn unit expel perm: 1 1.eU.! '
.\'.... M. C Hens left .. ..nuh.. deal
:1j; I Monday for Lak"- I r hl 'tl
: land, after upending several diiys | h fw,, lender, inlUmrd brtmthjai (
)f. I In I lie Urns, home. He \I.. In the j oiucom mnnbr>ne,.1 ell your ilruitpMto
II Merchant Mirlne> Service arul'ex1 1 I Kit you hollle of CrcoiuulsiuMwith
I I the unilcrxlnnilmg you muil liluftho
to leave for
pects Hhortly over-
I w.y il quikklv sllay th* eouRbi
I wits luty i' or you *re tn k.ne vour money buckCREOIV2ULSION-
I llev It. C Gray. Rev If. H. '
!III I WlftginM. l'-dw Saxon and Joe Me- .:
IowolaUl'mle,1 tne Saturday \ f9! QUi"'.Chet Colds Jronchiru




in all the thouRlitful relation: of

BOY SCOUT SUNDAY "liIctvttt'MH: as wt'll us careful ocimuniyService

ON CALL STREET I with con .('tlil'nceInti ('om.

in tilt measure: thnt- it In: nw(letl l.



'l'hon 7 Starke Fla.

Funeral Director Anthulanrv Srrvicv

>I- Our local funerol home enables us to offer convenltnces *mlervtcea

Official porter marking the 40th birthday. Dot otherwise available.

The 40th anniversary of the port to the Nation" at Washington ---_##_------#-----_#------
Boy Scouts of America will be D.C., where the Move
We turolsh the highest type) service at lowest prtiest
ment Feb. ,
observed Feb. 8 to 12 in every was incorporated 8
part of the nation by more 1910. They will also take part ANY life Insurance policy In force.. Issued t>y ANT
in an impressive ceremony at In or In full on a funeral.
than 2300.000 boys and adult company as payment part
Independence Hall in Philadelphia. :; ;j.:
leaders. .
"Strengthen Liberty" Consultation carrier no :
Ja the .
theme. The ,
t-irthday Boy
The highlight of 1930: will be r h
Scouts' "Crusade to Strengthen the Second National Jamboree
,'". .). the Arm of Liberty continues which will. see.40,000( ( Scouts
through 1950.During I and Leaders camplnK together
Boy Scout Week at Valley Forge, p.from
Units! willhold "CrusadeNight" June 30 to July: 6, including
.. meetings I when 1949Scouts of other ands
Crusade Awards will be preSlnt"e/ 1910 more than 16,.,
sented. Kepienrrttma the2 500,000 b v have'Scout '
Reg,6ns., 12 ouuundini" { beenTdenT fied"wlth'th.. "BO
Boy Scouts will make a "ReS| <:outs of America. y.


This Space Sponsored By Undersigned Friends OF Boy Scouts Of America:



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Birthday Party Mr. And Mrs., May Tourist Club Has the entertainment chairman,;;;-'
Music Lovers InvitedTo gave a demonstration of ,4.

First MeetingOf For Betsy Lee HayesBetsy Are Honored On Covered Dish SupperA reading" and conducted It

I \ Musicale TonightMembers GI Lee Hayes, daughter of Silver Anniversary marry crowd of tourists and contests

Dr. and Mrs. C. K Hayes, celebrated Honoring the twenty-fifth wedding townspeople enjoyed a delicious WSCS Circle I
Ii : of the organizing committee her 3rd birthday anniversary anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. covered dish supper last Thursday Notice
Starke will I I evening at 7 o'clock in the AmerIcan
of the Musicale last Friday, January 27, with
Claude L. May of Hampton, on The circles of the ugh
be hostesses at Its first regular 31, delightful dinner WSCS will meet
January a next MO-(
IWA"If'n June Caldwell office I meeting to be held Friday evening r,,'CAROLYN Jr. House on Church Street Hostess party was given by Mr. and Mrs., At 8 o'clock the meeting wascalled February 6 at 3 o'clock *
3, In the Methodist her mother, '
February this was
Phone 29 on Gilbert Lamoreaux at their attractive to order by the president,
Ph. State Farm <45 Editor national building. At this time I r' Mrs. C. K. Hayes. made Circle 1 will be entifninj,:
r home on Smith Lake. W, S. Sibley, and plans were
__ I Mrs Sidney W. Oodwln, district l the home of Mrs T. j <,",fnr'
". Love I honestly think that'sall The table was covered with an I Many lovely pieces of silver were for a benefit bingo party to be Mrs Carrie Ritch .
Florida Federa (
of the
president think about In Starke! But Imported tare table cloth and centered given by the Tourist Club on 1.1'1')
we received the honorees from
Mrs. Quigley HostessTo Friendship Class tion of Music Clubs, And Claude; Isn't It an Interesting subject? with the birthday cake hold- I their friends.by Thrusday evening February 18, Circle 2 will meet with NnF I

MembersA Enjoys HospitalityOf U Murphree, a member of thr Even the elementary folks have Ing three candles. at the American Legion Hall at 8 B. Herlong at her home -J,
WCTU the dinner Miss
University of Florida faculty will I I Enjoying were
their sweethearts. The two young Favors for the afternoon were o'clock. Admission for the entire Walnut Street, with M' L LT
C. M TurneysThe be presented In a recital of vocal I I Sylvia May, Mrs. Richard D May' *
beautiful prayer offered by and salon Jackson boy are really on the many colored balloons. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd Mr and evening will be fifty cents. There Hutto as co-hostess
piano ) /
the Jan- beam Billy Tom wants to get a Games were enjoyed during the will be attractive prizes and also Circle 3 will meet at :," J
Miss Olive Ray opened Friendship Bible Class of the I All music lovers are cordially invited Mrs. Preston Mr and ;
WCTU meeting at the homeof Presbyterian Sunday School met pretty valentine for Virginia causeihe's afternoon directed by Miss Kate Mrs. Marvin Williams, Miss Hazel i a door prize. of Mrs. George Flynn on J'fJ! [,!
uary and little Mark I The meeting was turned over to ('
his girlfriend
Mrs. T J. Quigley on Mabel at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. K. Perryman, Mrs. R, A Green,,, Atta- Struth.A' Phillips, and Mrs. May Sweeney. Street at 3:30: o'clock n LI '?'

Street"Friday: afternoon Mrs. J. Turney at the State Farm last Jessie L. Young:, Mrs Mona Ca- sure has Wish a crush boys on were Cindy a little I notable first for Betsy Lee Mr. and Mrs. May were marriedin I!,former :Miss Evelyn Florence Sam Anderson as co-h .: .,,>
evening, January 27, at 7 Mrs. Edward Charbonneau, Mrs way. you was her first corsage of white
Friday Starke 31 1925 Jones After in Cincinnati -
on January by
Vice president, led the older. As If even that helpme. r
Thornquest o'clock for the monthly business The committee Includes Mrs. E. mums from a gentleman admirerIn out
Liquid nitrogen wII
"Moses1 Prayer," the late Rev W E Daulth..rty.then ,I phlo, for a year they returned to
Devotional using of Numbers meeting and supper. nova, Mrs Marlon Howe, Mrs. -- this case, Master Arthur I minister of the Starke Christian lIt :.ipton and have been located chill a piece of metal lr<
found In the Book Highlight of the meal was Mrs. Lemual Colson and Mrs Barbara If you've noticed that far away Holliday. ? Church. Mrs. the there since 320 degrees Fahrenheit
articles were read by of C., May was J
Temperance Turney's famous spaghetti served Breazealc. look In the eyes Peggy Ice cream, individual cakes and
several members and discussed. think nothing of it She's just all\
with hot coffee, aalad and dessert. cokes were enjoyed by the many
Mrs. M. J, McRae read a very aglow from actually talking to
A short business meeting was' Mrs. Adkins HostessTo young gupsts.!
t'mely: poem:" I'll take Whal Carl R, Jr. the other day. Who
held after the presided Those enjoying this affair were Still
stated that supper A&P Teas
Father Takes It was UDC MembersThe could blame tier? !
DP. D. Lee Colvin and Dr. Raymond over by Bill Jackson, president of Linda Cooper Arthur and Hope
the class. During the meeting It What's all this about Tommy Holliday, Jane and John Adams,
were In the state and W T. Weeks chapter of the I
? who is thllladorable"
and And
decided to donate $25 to the Marilyn Jane Ward. Beverly Baker, Marian -
under to have them' was U. D, C. held Its regular meetingon
p'ana are way basketball
I hospital in Jackson- "simply play. Green Jim Lewis, Richard ;
new Baptist
speak in the Starke Courthouse in Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Cost Less Than
from Perry that has My-
ville. Mrs/ V. S. St. John and Miss er Wainwright, Vicky Struth. Ce- al
the near future Dr. Colvin Is an Lucille Mitchell volunteered to A Z. Adkins at 3 o'clock. ra'a heart turn summersaults? By cil Smith. Nancy and Linda Sim. .

authority on Temperance matters head the visiting committee for Mrs. O. L. Beasley, president, the way, aren't we proud of that mons, Steve Denmark, Freeman *
arId Mrs. Colvin is National President the first two weeks In February presided at the business meeting' game with Perry? Course I guesswe Register, III Bobby Sue Barks- I
of the WCTU A meeting: I.b'lng is Plans were completed for the District always are when we win. ,The : Penny Cup !
Dr. Charles Imbrie of Penney ,:1 dale, Lee Moorer, Joe Gardiner, :. a ;
planned for the near future to be held here ;
Farms, made a short talk In praiseof Meeting on players on Perry's team spent I Geraldine Gay, Diane and Gall
when the honorary members of the the class, the work they are do- February 27. The meeting will be Friday night with members of the Edwards, Richard Fowler, Keith ,'
group will be entertained by the held at the Woman's Club building Tornado team. Overheard Betty 'I Carlisle,
ing and the keen Interest shown Buddy Bishop, Hal Lawson 3/5
ladies In a special TemperanceRally by the members. at 10:30: o'clock Mrs. T. K. Ransom Carter telling about brother Paul'sguest Cynthia Attaway. Wayne OUR OWN TEA BAGS, 48 for / :

District Director, will pre- 'McRae, Bill Jordan .
About 43 members and visitors Richard
At the close of the meeting refreshments side during the business meeting. The girl Tornadoes won their Hobbs, Suznnne 87j
were present to enjoy this affair. Judd and Jean OUR OWN TEA: lh-lb.45c; Ib.
were served by the Luncheon will beI..rved at 1 o'- game with Alachua Friday after- I Pass. ,

hostess.ATTENTION. clock at the Methodist Recreation- noon with Phyllss Strickland as
Valentine Dance Hall. All members are urged to high scorer. Hear it was mighty t NECTAR TEA BAGS 100 for 79
To Benefit FundThe purchase their tickets from Mrs. exciting. All we have to do now Is Gail McRae 1 1 |

O. L. Beasley by Thursday night. beat High Springs, then we go to Has Birthday PartyMrs. itNECTAR TEA: M.-lb. 49c; Ib. 95j.;

VETERANS Junior Woman's Club will February 23. the Suwannee Conference. s .

Our Financing; Agreement sponsor a Valentine Dance on Mrs. t. O. Powell, program We all miss Miss Byers, currently Russel McRae honored her '
It Possible For Us chairman read an Interesting ar- Ire the hospital with the flu. daughter-Linda Gail on her 7th Enjoy Tea. It cots HO little you can serve It nftnj'
Makes Tuesday Feb 14. at the Pelican
ticle on Stonewall Jackson. Hurry and get well but rest while birthday anniversary afternoon
Veterans Yes drink AAP'n: quallty-famou Tea, Nectar u|'
To Help Own Club the benefit of the local
for During the social hpur Mrs. Ad- you can! rll guarantee you no with a party at her home.
Ifonien. We!! Us For Complete March of Dimes Drive. Mrs. Ver- kins served a delicious salad teacher gets to rest much while A pink and white color scheme Our Own. Join the many mart honlt'll'llkf'r. KM '

Information. non Silcox is chairman of the course :was carried out
teaching at B. H. S. with the decorations -
WALRATII & WALRATH dance. Admission will be $1.00 Did I hear' Mr. Coram say throughout the home. The

Ph.. 4141-Keystone Heights) per couple and the public Is Invitedto Woman's Club something about needing a baby table was covered with a linen Save Up To
I : attend. To sitter? Well gals (and boys cloth and centered with the birthday -
February 8 herds your chance to make A's cake iced In white with seven

in History. Or do you think that pink candles. The cake was placedon
The Woman's Club of Starke ON A POUND
would work r If you don't stick to a lace mat and surrounded with 48
,will meet on Wednesday afternoon,
/TS'YOt7Zl ,# W my February 8, at 3:30: o'clock at the apples. Used to give apples to the fern Bawd on National Survey Averages.'SuperRight" .
club teachers, myself, but somehow It Multicolored balloons were used
never did work. Guess the wormshad AS favors for the afternoon,
: Mrs. J B. Cottrell, chairmanof
7JI/8771/M/lL-L. Ct/B something: to do with It. After the honoree cut the birth- I II
Health will have charge of the
Glimpsed Jerry Sapp visiting day cake It was served to the '
,program. Meats Ti dy's Best Buy
I BUS the other day Also hear guests with Ice cream and candy
..r.-" Hostesses will be Mrs. J. M. Hem "SuperRight"QUALITY
\J. Betty Mllllgnli an old Junior Games were played on the lawn
FARMAIl I t>ree, Mrs A Z. Adkins, Mrs.
I-\ ,......... Starklte, wan visiting: here a fay during the afternoon. JA'CK HEAVYnnWESTERN '
I Ruby Johns, Mrs p U Bridges, SPRAT; or w'ILSON'S CORN KING SLICED
r ;days ago About 20 young people were,
1 hers D L. Silcox, Mrs. James !
1I 1I I Lewis, Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs L. AShepherds ', The popcorn machine went out present to enjoy this affair with BEEF
I Mrs. Harry Lappe, Mra. of business last week at the stand 'Linda Gail. Also present was Linda Fancy BACON 1 Ib. pkg. 37c I|
Gail's ,
and ,
I some new-fangled ice cream grandmother\ Mrs.
.Arthur' M, McRae and Miss Au-
(liey Newman.
Everybody Just had to try one- I TENDER IIOCKLESS ((4 to 6 lb. Average Weight) i
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showing off Bunch her new had a specs good Monday time- To Sponsor DancesThe Smoked PICNIC HAMS lb. 35c Lean Meat Stew Ib. fiat]

Said she bet all the gals ___ i
iewelers would be needing glasses with this BHS Glee Club will sponsor First Cut \

i new eye doctor In town. Hear a series of Friday night dances "Super-Right" Western Rib Roast lb. 8i;
at the USO ,
le's nice and building beginning Grade "A" FloridaDressed
single at that! Cometo Fresh, Corn Fed
( t
tonight at 9 o'clock.
Iv think of It my eyes are getting -
ta- pretty bad. 1 A small admission charge of I and Drawn fonil' Cut ;i

If you haven't seen Judy Green 35c per couple or 25c per stag will PORKLoin Rib Roast, Ib. 75,
Imitate certain teachers, for good- be charged. Proceeds will be used

ness sakes ask her for a preview toward buying uniforms for the FRYERSPCUND Fresh
she's terrifflc Glee Club members who plan to or Rib End B-f ,

Louise H and Ruth T would attend the district Glee Club meetIn Ground Ib. 55'

surely appreciate It If they could Gainesville on March 11. ROAST Ib. 35c

You'll get so much more get their History books returnedto 45'Lamb Leg, lb. 69t

ulrv satisfaction' from your them. Seems they Just "strolled No one In BHS ever gets one! Center Cut Roast or I
I Watches Clocks and Jewelry from their desks for a walk"i. Wonder if Owen McRae hastried White House ,!

when you purchase or fair and never friends.returned. Take heed, copying all down those lately.recipes Course she's been she CHOPS lb. 63c Evaporated MILK ;

have them repaired at
of the Did you know that the band has could be preparing for future ref I 6 Small Cans 33CODFISH -
Jewelry Department some new Instruments? Seem erence. \Vntcha think Vennle?

we're going to hear bells, cymbalsand What's all this I hear about Lo- Quick 3 >

FIELD Hollywood Camera some other now attractions ca R. leaving Lawtey? Seems FILLETS Ib 33 C LargenC'ns-'
VARMAIIFIRST IN THE before long. some of the girls gave her,a nice I"rozen, ) : l

& Gift Shopin What's. all this business the Student going away party Saturday night. PEACHES [

Council Is going to present, Heard they had a big hayride and Quick 214 Size Can-

Farm, Home & Auto Supply Call its St.new location at 105 E. something to the faculty about? unexcused Heard it absences Is-''I Those weiner roast who out were at seen"Giraffe enjoying Hill". \WHITING FILLETS Frozen lb. 25c :Cans for 37c '

What are they anyway? !I themselves were Nancy Knight, All Flavors
STARKE FLA. Jack Walnwrlght. Geraldine

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-'-'- Denmark, Dolph Reddish, Dot

t Patel, Donald Bonnet. Lora Ra- Ion FLOUR 25 lb. 1.39
ICI fuse, Harold Norman and Seeber

F! Andrews. Besides the chaperones
DEXO 3 lb. 67c
= SPECIALSReal I STARKE FLA.Nun. Hope everyone registered for can Yellow ONIONS, 3 Ibs. 19t
dancing,:: lessons. I did. Course -
:Ulley Colored
,I never did appreciate: anyone, else'
Strawberry SALAD PLATE toes anyway OLEOMARGARINE 30c LEMONS, 300's, Doz. - 2ft

Short Cake Chicken Salad ..,1f nn.,Tiif..., Feb. 5,0.7 \ Wonder why C'raldln1.. Is so -
I different ? ANGEL SOFT of 300
lately Did you hear pkg.
Short Cake \II' & or Tuna Salad I'what happened to Sammie Sat Green CABBAGE, lb. -

Choice Starke.Strawberries 25c Potato Salad 50c THE GAL WHO urday night? Who was that Iris Facial TISSUES 23c

y Sliced Tomatoes ,C. was with at the Drive-In Fri- Fresh Green BEANS, 2 Ibs. -29 1

Whipped Cream ._ Pickela) TOOK THE WEST day night? Shame on you. Iris for -'
not telling us sooner
| Spotted Hazel F. hurrying home Iceberg LETTUCE 60's 2 for 2Jx
r. Ytimne I.- 'Brlc>, ('b_ Coburn ,
t :from church Sunday. Seems she -

For The "Valentine" In Your Life PliM Miort Subject I and Herbert took off for Jacksonville Loose or 10 lb. Ilais

I to the auto races. White POTATOES 29I<
Whitman's Sampler .- . $2.00 to $4.00Nhitman's n'...1. & The., F'fob. 8 I9 {pretty Hear mean Helen Sunday treated night.Wallace Why I

Ot'BU: FRATfKK: ,won't that girl behave? Harold Davie Yellow SQUASH, 2 Ibs. -19
: Heart Boxes . 39c to $5.00 seems to be paying quite a '
:<; All American Co-Ed obit of attention to a certain girl Jane Parker STRAWBERRIES Pts. -25'<

Nunnally Heart Boxes $1.00 to $6.00 'I lately lan'lo. That Interfere with Or- Golden Loaf, 15 oz. 25c -I
Heard t
AND Curtlas was Florid Red BllxnPOTATOES" .

with I hear Martha cornflakes again Saturday(lof all things night) Jano ParkerSugared Washed lb. 2J2ft 1
ALSO DAKOTAJohn were really flying around In a cer- Donuts, doz. 19c ,

tain home room Monday. Seems Sweet Heart $0.4 P 3 for <
Bellodgia (Caron) $27.50 Chanel I No. 5 $12.00 Wayne, Vcr Ralston like it was the sophomores! Jam Parker TOILET RIG.BAR:

Sure Is good to see Laura An- Plain Donuts doz. 18c :
L Bondatreet (Yardley) $4.50 Sweet Pea $27.50 Plus Short. !Subject drews In school this week after Sweet Heart TbI': HATII I1AR 3 for 29<

being hon. all last week with the Jnn Parker, -

J flu. Wonder if Florence B. let Dessert Shells 6 for 20c Litebuoy Soap 3 for 2ft<
Krl. & Sat, Feb 10 I11 I the flu REO. BAR
bug catch her? .
OUR Prescription Service ansu-ers all of your medicinal needs -
noi'BUE FEATfKK Really enjoyed looking through Jano Parkrr. 2&
Day or Night. Telephone "61" for "On-The-Minit" Service WALT DISNEY'SDUMBO Jacklrs' photo album and has the Lux Soap Flakes -
got some pictures! Fruit Cake, V/i Ib. 95c..
\Ire also carry a complete, line of sick-room accessories: syringes I What were all those motion Ivory Toilet Soap LARUE lUlL 1%
thermometers cotton and 'all related items. See Nancy H. was making Monday?
i Seemed' to have some attentive Potato Chips, 1 lb. 59c Cashmere Bouquet BATH \us2 for 23

us for Service on your next prescription.CARPENTER'S. : IV TKCIINICOLOR: !ISU spectators.
Glimpsed Betty Ann Flynn tak "
.\ ing up money In the cafeteria Brown 'n' Serve
this week Can
you stand us. Bet-
that thought for today

J With Rill Ilvjtl young things-Always remember

nun Cartoon I/ Serial "It's better to be quiet and be Pkg.of 12 l 15c
The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled I thought a fool, than to speak and -

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Mrs. S. B. Denlson. of PlanC City Ford Wins Award I to Ford at a later date when the !. (.,..... c...... Bradford r....ty.Florida .1, In (Irrnlt ('esre. Itratlforit r"nntr>I In ('a....... I ..... 1 r..<.'...1 "-_.''-.
In 1'sa.e.r7. Klnrlrinl" In hnnrrrr... .
I florMni/ In ( hnn m>
was the guest lat week of her Fashion Academy makes Its an- Alei-nr li'''|ir IIrllll\.....'. Plaintiff. I.tii'lllr llrlffln. I'lnlntlff t. .1. 'oils| Mi-len. Johnion. Pliilnllff v.. Radpus f
brother-in-law and sister Chief For Outstanding nual selection of America' "Best VHlttlHin. I'; Hrlgait"I I>efin Dressed Women" KT 1 91i0.I. Nn. -2 I NO ny:inrdrp Order n/ ....h.....".,. .nl V.Ilse ..
and Mrs. W. R./ Thornton. Design And FashionThe : Order ..( l-ntilli-allon sad entice. tonnrKr. .f CnhlU-ulInn. nrtotlp! Tot >pn>nr. ..T'rK OK. I-I.OHIO/ !..
5 Mrs. A. VV. Anderson. Sr. and s'I'1i.: SIP 6111111. tot >p'nr .....!. ,.f riiirliln To Ralph JotinHon. whose r..lflniwNk Ihunknfiwn
f'onrt.. Bradford C'oanlr.KlorMni \Vllliuni, I r: Hrlicttnt1' !'. whose reeislant's ,Irsslr, Kntnklln Irlffln. whoH*> irHlili -
iJ Albert Kruse spent. Sunday in Fashion Academy Gold Medal In I Hmmrrrr.K.I,11 (, and) ,. .
addMM I I. unkniiwnYIMI >nc and adilreNH In unknown, '*
/ Jacksonville. While there they visited Award for outstanding design Ruth mi LOOMonthHl ml Nnrhrr.Nnchttr 1'lnlntlff.O fenilin vx- mi qillretl tn Hppenr on You arc nniitri'i, ,h,, nnpenr on t fAV"h: (8.I ta7olinohe: : rubnvxenameel:: :;
IN THE HEWS -< Arthur Williams of the Magnolia and fashion styling of 19SO:\ auto- "! ruse No 771fttliniHtr. :MMI.II" .utli.,I I'l&o III'h.. ahoy", :Mnnh! s.h, linn.'! In the' abate, I I. i rt .inwhrroln' plalntirriNi
Dais .r I'nhll...tlna .nd Verlc.. In ntiinil, ('unit. and ,'."0.. wherein ni4rnt>kK dlvuri.: A UHtoilv: A control
-- Hotel who is In St. Vincent'sHospital mobiles has ben awarded to the a'r\rHOK KIO1II1>. lot Plaintiff! -ikn illvorre lirndfnrdI plaintiff ",'.k. cll\'.' .". Brn.lfnrd! of mtnoi' Mlilrvn. t"raiironl County
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*otint\ T.4.grph. | shall publish thin Pottntjr T..r'h. hnll i '|1"1< "< ,I'll. .hull puiikmh, thin Order
Itnth publish
I.iii'W | this
1930 Ford according to an announcement enthrtl Narh-r. whose : : I .
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j'' Order III n,. xl four. weekly issues Order In f. ,. I 'n ni\t ff'ii weakly, IHHII.<
, William Morris Miss Joan returned to n> "iili'iu<> IH :Ill I Avenue Ilimrt llam- nrit ur \\ '*ltlv issues
Mr. and Mm. I Carpenter E. A. Hart man, Win I ,, .. tar 'n. -. ,rt offi-' il
;, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pinornlch of by ""h HriiHfp| :3, llflKluniYou i IIs' hnilil end nrrii IalMAIat ) Witness n' hnn 1 and '>fflclalxciil I "? hi and i real
llpoft. ,; jt Sunday visiting\ friends48tives Gainesville Sunday after spendingmost Mr. Director of the Academy New are" rxinlrvtl to appear nnMiith ,' Nun,, I U |Mb"| | Ilia. IhlH .K.'llllllllv. .il "r ki H"l."prUlii 'ill.-. .' I l.I l. .it,I 4tnil I I., Flortiln,'. thl .-hruarjr.
in Oc la.Jl1t'jlIzabeth of last week here with her Garfield N. J. are guests of stilt I lOfiil, In the Hhnvpt I, 1 Il1r. I, ItlSO i l!innUFFK
York. ( I IM.1 HK\I.: A, J
1Ui parents Mr and Mrs. Junius and Mrs. C. Stelnhagen They planto ".iifil Court and cause. whereu. ,I 1'01"1'1.\1" I I. SR\I,1: I i A I riirinm. (OKKH'IAI.ru; > 'I Thames .\ l hark> hf ....1"! Tfconja] Court
; Stlppell and Miss visit Miami and several otherpla..e. This Is the second consecutiveyear .I>1 1..1| Illtirr seeks dlvnr'c llrrrniliin .- \i "I""k" ,ur inlil I'nurt An Clerk tiralii Cn'r' "\. II'I... .. n rItin
c roHtorntloti of maiden nil 100 riv! lln ,, ,. ,
York Smith. hn i' Hv Ilavi-l' r' > l> Hclili, ,
J3tV.McGinn of City Mrs. F. A. Moore of Gainesville before returning; to their the Ford line has been selected lit.utforil County Tel"iirii|'ti itlmtlimhllHh T Kmnl. l.imlrinn Stitrkn. Florid, T Frank toed h, n, Klntk.. Fliu, .ulu '.mi Hi....ii h KrloVn Florida. IliHMinir, thtr-
Saturday for a week'sWwWtth the to receive Ute 1 Ihtt iirilvr In next. foist. All> fro i cir 2.a 41 :s <4 Alit fci, I'lf I ,
wllfc, ;JWnve R. visited her sister, Mrs. J. B. Sapp home In New Jersey early in Feb by Academy u i'ktv' |HHII<*H II t 2t Ally rm fir i.: :: Mr, and Mrs. Louis award. \vuiiimv' hand, and offlr-lnl seal -- ,
last Sunday ruary. ,n I Hl>irk., Florida, thin January' :;-.- c :;. .. -.o: : ..' ':-. ,
)*_,'.,',_\ Mr and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff spent Mrs. W. S. Gibson and daughter The Fashion Academy, a New 2<, iiinOKFICIAI.

, id Mrs. Charles M. Snyder of Mr. Sunday In Jacksonville visiting Martha returned to their York school of fashion design has ( .An SRAI.Clerk) of A said J. Thomas l Court.

of, ovule were guests friend and relatives. home in Goldxboro. N. C. Sunday become Internationally known fly Haven Crosby, 1> c'
.. W O EnRi-am; and fam- the for Its annual ,r S IIl1rr'' l1n. Law tUthanit r..Idg. HOLLYWOOD IlEDS!
aa4' Mr and Mrs. J. H. Morris and after spending lint week with through years .kxrinvlllo.. Florlila, Sofa Bed Slip Covers

rf: ,-'..weekend.f3M I daughter. Sylvia are spendingthis ,Mrs. Gibson's moth; Mrs. T N selection of "America's Best Dressed Alt>. for I'lf t'2 4t 3-Z4 HOLLYWOOD{ BUDS!

"'i William Norris attend Kendrick. Womae" and more recently .. .
\ Bd Mrs. week' In Orangeburg S. C., "
**,f"the Shrine Ball In Honor as guests of Mrs. Morris' brother- Miss Betty Anne Flvin returned' for Its annual award in the auto !: -,. ... --p '-,. Reg. $ 12.95 Val. BOX SPRINGS AND

OfJ.J JUWH. newly elected Potentate in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs to her4p. >me last weekend after motive field to "America's Fash- Louis
last Ion For The Year." Dean Sale Price $9.95
Lord In Jacksonville Hubert Erunson. Car
Roy r'rt- spending a week h Macon. G*. INNERSPRINGMATTRESS

.Saturday evening. Mrs, lit J, Hester of Florence. visiting Mrs ElUnb<
! '.Mr;., t.) S Hutto of Savannah.! Ala. arrived last weekend for a Among those w.m arrived from the award again after 19.10:\ Adjustable various sire

G 5ea| nt Sunday here visiting two weeks' visit with her sister, the University of Florida this automobile models of all makes noOKKEEPING Sofa Ik'doJ:

1<1r.> jfe?. Tucker and Mrs *.. S. Mrs. Jesa
afcMl: I Mr S. R. Love and Mrs. H, C. with their parents are Misses' Joan studied from the standpoint SERVICE -i *J JrTir ""'n'iTr* ?i fTro! """ jAi/Wij '': Factory ";'\lrll- lrt'nJt'lh Legs

guests of Mrs. W. D, Fax- Scrogglns and daughter Katheryn Carpenter. Doris Moncrlef Idell of excellence in design simplicity

unday were Mr. and Mrs. of Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Landrum and Drew Reddish Pat and feminine style appeal Mr. yyil iK
on ins of Orange Park and Love of Summerfleld were guests McGriff. and Bill Smith. Hartrnnn pointed out. He said the Phone 229 h $74.50 Value

Joel Mrs E. J. Flynn of Mrs. R. F. Young last Sunday. Friends will be sorry to hear that award last year to the 1049! Ford 120 So. Walnut Rt. :.r 1 Fri. & Sal. ONLY

r Mrs Mrs. Earl Edwards, Guests of Mrs. G. W. Aldermanthis Miss Lou Beyers spent never-il and again to the 195O' model STARK(:. FLORIDA

and week Is Mrs. Catherine Strick days last week In Shadycreat Hospital. marked the first time the Gold
Gloria Bell Mr. .. $49.50 For
wards, .
Cu Henderson. Rev. land of Baltimore Md. She la recovering rapidly ]I I Medal was awarded! to a car iny I ..., -, : -_." :,-\i" "
an I Mrs. Bryant F. Carol of Jackson- Mrs. J W. Klncald: returned to the low-price field ,,
a V, E, Jones Mr. and Mrs. al :. '. '. =- '" '.. k 1 (Including ..nnl'r'l"rlnlattrI.'Ks.' :
E. J. ville visited her mother. Mrs. F. her home here Saturday after j II "Since most 1030:\ automobiles ,q. ,
,JNlx and Mrs. Flynna !
; Box
Job d a lecture by the presl- H. Long, last weekend. months stav in Safety Harbor and' offer little change In outward)I well Springs and 6 Legs! )

\ in of and Mrs. W G. Tampa. While In Tampa she was design and styling over the radically HOWARD'SDHUJL w This lh
rfenlIng the Christian College Guests Mr. 'I l >\ Spring & :Mattress is
the guest of Mr and Mrs. C. different models! IntroducedIn
Ta [Sunday.D. Haile last weekend were their C'j' constructed! of numbers! and numbers
Hoppe.Mr inevitable
1940, It was almost
Anderson returned to+I and granddaughters David Helms Linda of Jacksonville Sue Halle and Mrs. O L., Beasley spent! I:that the first choice would againbe CASH A\: CA/lKY' -Fri. A\: Sal. of l Resilient! Springs--With layers!

Sl; stine Tuesday after spenlweek..nd Is several days last week in Tampa }Ford" Mr. Hartman said. He of Felt to insure >f.irs and )'ar4! of
his Bill( Patray of Starke who
here with
;, a W. Anderson working on his Masters Degree in visiting Mr. and Mrs.\ C. C. Hoppe. noted that Ford has established FOLDING comfort.
en Mrs. A. Miss Lois Newsome of Atlanta. leadership in what he termed "A ;

d1 'red C. Orr left Sunday on Florida Psychology!has at been the appointed University student of Ga., Miss Margie Bryant of Gainesville trend In modern automotive de Ta g PADDEDLIMITED, -

tit r Meteor for Washington Ga., Miss Elaine Kiecker and sign" when It Introduced Its completely 1
D,!' route to Parkersburg, W. assistant In Psychology. Mr. Richard Klccker of Lake Lillian restyled line In 1949. IRONING :Y' ONE SET: TO CUSTOM(

V 'attend, the wedding 5th.of Mrs.heron Patray to a received high scholastic this appointmentdue rating Ga. and Miss Elizabeth Meyers of First announcement of the award BOARDS AT AMOVE PKICK.;

ne February Watertown Go are guests of Mrs. was made In a telegram to Henry
Mills Pat of Gainesville
0 is to spend a few friends days In spent the weekend Bryan visiting Mr. Eunice Newsome. They will leave Ford If. President of Ford Motor WITH STAND '-<

w On visiting: on I land Mrs. W. S. Melson and chll- Thursday for a tour of the state Company. The telegram was followed "TERMS

he urn trip home. dren. Miss Newsome is formerly from by a letter from Mr. Hartman Call on m for reliable l drug|

those attending the an- Starke and is a graduate of the which read In :
fig part If You
Ritch of
Dr and Mrs. T. G. and ln'allU IIMNN at wurthv hllo
nu mel1l11. and azalea show at Jacksonville spent last weekend school of nursing of the Georgia "It Is a pleasure to announce I R $3.95II: 295
an's Club In Jacksonville Baptist In where been rat lug's. \\r pride ournrl.' plY.
th here visitingMr.. and Mrs H. C. Hospital Atlanta that the new 1930: Ford has fx on : Desire "
Sun were Mrs. R. F. Demorest she will returft at the close of the chosen to 'receive the Fashion Academy VIIIi1P.I'ItlIi
Brown and Mrs. Carrie Ritch. III.. MTiipulixi p\a. < in<>n.. tthlehtN's .
M W, Kincaid Mrs. Pearl tour to do private duty. Gold Award for 1950.:
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent
Sa' Mrs. N. D. Wainwright last Monday In Jacksonville visit Mrs. J, W Klncald and Mrs. O. "Retaining the smart grace of ( lulu ecry single 1'IOf'rll'-

Mr W, Anderson Sr, and Al- L. Beasley were luncheon guests line that characterized the 1019
ing friends and relatives. lion "ft fill.
be Mrs. O. L. Beasley.MirvVGL. of Mrs. T. K. District
ruse Ransom Ford the new edition possesses
W J.
Guest of Mrs. Epperson
C. Durden and Mr- E. S. Director of the U. D C.. of Jack added beauty and color appoInt- Denmark Furniture Co.
Sr. last Monday was her sister-in-
Mat. ra e.Guests law Mrs. Emma Knight of Mad. sonville Tuesday After lunch they ments and design and greater appeal -, PHONE: 7'Jrrliipli !

of Mr and Mrs. A. E. made plans for the District meetIng In"rtyllng, It can rightfully': I l ,\><-inif. Sr....'!..., Flu.. rMIONK.: 151 STIIKE.. PL:1.TWOWAY .
ison.Mrs. of the U. D C. which Is to be make claim to
)McKtnnc.v: last weekend were Mrs. on Important placeIn
Ada Alexander and bibs
.,. .. ..
RoyiReddish of Webster, Mrs. BIt I ilia Crowe visited Mrs C O, Du- held here In February the 1050: fashion picture." -.. :;-: ;. -'.:; ; ;" I 1 n'IIJO' .... _
Guests of Mr. and Mrs The Gold Medal will be
;: bevel and son of Wildwood and I iPula in Alachua List Saturday. W H. presented

Mr.tirid Mrs J O Millican of Mrs. Alexander's mother Mrs. M Nollman last weekend were Mr
and Mrs. C. H. Dawkins of Jacksonville I
Palatkf, i i! L. Mainard returned with them Walla.'e'Dekle of Starke a girl, Canuace Alane,

ATTKNTION VETERANS! Our 'for an extended stay here and of ,on January 23:\

Ilmutr&ntt arnulgem.nt maker it Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brookins,I Gainesville. '! Mr and Mrs Alton Moxeley or STRETCH
Mrs. A F Sauls and Mrs. N. D
posolbW/ for 1eto help vrt.rra.nHown |lot Gainesville were guests of Mrs. : Max 1lle. a boy. Harrison Junior -
hoP..-... N.... ii'. for romplfteInfonntktlnn. :jS. B. Alexander last Sunday : Walnvt right': Jr spent Sunday afternoon on January 28.

tlull. write or U-In- l r N. D. Wainwright\, Jr spent several In Jacksonville attendingthe

pbonnjlltl.aJralh; &: Will ruth, I days this week in Tallahassee camellia show I '...:- .. ;.J.-6!iI-I..I.! : ; :. :::-
Mrs. Herbert Deal Mrs, G S.Newcomb' .
Keyafum... Ilelghta. Flit on-buslne. *
tit inside !
.i''';'' n.y and Miss Sharon Hall PHONE 218 /7 strictly
--- --- -- --------
were shopping In Gainesville Mon I _4

:Every Branch of day.Mr COLONIALFLORIST
and Mrs. J. P. Efierd of Al- q '

,( bamon N C. were visiting Mr. and] /P

1 INSURANCEH. Mrs. L S. Hutto and family Wednesday ZZ:

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[ C. WALL AGENCY If! RrecqyB | FLOWERSFOR J _.. a Vow icy 't

I. r- r .; "

'4 Conalanl Service Over 50 )Years @

D.. II
:I Recent births In Shadycrest Hospital ..

Mr. and Mrs J, J. Hodges of

Macclenny a boy Charles Willis POTTERY

on January 24 ,
POTTED PLANTS Wr r r'"'""'"'"'
iL j Singer Sewing Marhlnnn RADIOS ''':1'IJ11 Kilt Mr. and Mrs. George E. Manasaa < '
II Term.*' are available In All Makes til' Mndela.Hgeoaabl. of Green Cove Springs a girl '$
.**i>ti.>n only through Hinder' ebnrgea. .....,........., FLOWERS WIRED A.., ...M ..
Wine Mmhlno Co., tut X Mar. Ht .. C'. IIKrllKHICoart Christina Elizabeth on January ANYWHERENona fun. in NEI4sy I. rArL'' vtf Mu hay._+j.
.e t-l I.ske'sty. K... Phone A. "' ...1...., larkti.! ..'.. :XW1 23. Mrs. Manaasa Is the former
'i writ. nr visit our hop, Our Stringfellow the St Starke
Miss of
ec. A N.rvlre cool will" Vlr.lt SELL YOUR TI\lmU: Betty HERE'S THE NEW 1950 BUICK SUPER 126 companion body-typ. lo ,he
r honi on request tf Stat Farm.
ur NOW Mr. and Mrs. W, W :JfcaJnes Jr. .. .. .. "' equally new RoAOMAfll 130. Both are thorfar than last yea's 4-door dealer. If he doesn't have, one on

r I... t'.I.', Nan. F_.l.l...".t. Highest Cash .Prices Paid Sedans-yet 4 inch. longer In wh. lbm.. In both, the difference I Is used hand be etui /get! it pretty promptly
., LArr M CprU -
Ir'..x **.*. Quick *..rvl'''efl to give you real ttrefch-out room In the rear (eat.W -und at a price and on u deal you'llhave
791 I. .. >.-...,. S ppll. **. l>ay64 WILL BUY IN:" HULK trouble Matching much less
I..h. BolIoUKh Rd. t(
OR IN UNIT THEATRE beating, anywhere else.

the boys did here really Tll1at.means easier parking. cusier
STARKETiies. See him now, will you-uboiit placing
HEAVY EDWIN W. PECKOr calls for some medals tucking away m. family! garages, an order?

BULLDOZERSFOR easier maneuvering in crowded
John W. TurnerP.
CLEARING : O. Box: 463: { Saturday February & Wed., Feb. 7 & 8in \V'e gave them the job of coming up trullie.

AND mtAI>IN(; I I1 Ii Gainesville, Fla. DOUISLE FEATURE with something that was bigger' : r r.'ue like there nI..n
inside for and comfort-
i ])- AND T-40 ididltight RiJI a ; longer-in :im- here ure !home other things! ino. BVICK'S THE' BUY

Send me a post card and I nine o'clock taws'!/ whcelbuse-ulwayis! An extra fcariinrter window not

CARL IIARTON will : portunt to good{ riding qualilieiiyet ;- found standard. -4-door. Seduns. A HIGHU.COM.rsSIOH ,...b,1// .ol,..-......ad

ad 100-2 mi. S. Starke come see you unhulky! and cusy-hundlinjj in different upperstructure styling/ tliut powar In three ...11...... I". hp rafif''9l' (N... F.263ng'n

HtR *l%. IV, 1.P:1): .lltlllO.H. C s oIla 1a over-all dimensions.Just makes this body-type stand l out us tn SUflt moifofl )
/DIO-Pllorfloa" "l M .. *
//t"N1': Clean desirable elusa. ro ie'r\a 1.Fr.: (..iiamalrmiI'HAHLKM look how well this tidy number something pretty special NIW.MFTMN arUNO. ...Id "-pe.g..nl gn M,
furnished also unrurnlfh l) I* HIIKIIIKItllr'ouit : 1 ,, '
i I fap.r 'through 1. <1. double hh". faH gAifr.WlOf.ANCtf .
rlm..nl" Alec e"a<<*. Colonial' : A Madison Kin, Wtarku meets these "impossible"specifications
201 W Madison. Ifdirt. HVCII special imines that let you V/S/B/1/rr/ do, .. up road ...<.> both
Foil RENT: Ijirnu" comfortable J- 1 "/ "
pest kawea..y.t.r ...". h-drm, fern apt To liiMi>e,>t apply 1 'BEYOt rORfSi'I say, drive u Sui'l-K IZ() or lorwod..db
.........1... drhe wa7 .. .(.../ 10.1 W. Madison fur key. t< > Item one-rcur-scut cushions are "JI tinc'I.1. HoADMASMK I I.JO" flA"/C-HANOY/ lilt 1.'II..ng'h/.i.' ,

ii/10'rt' Ixwls 81 Htirke, rare Sweet: lfp2JSAIK "hoo". : | < Clarke |>rr (.,........ .......... I 1 } UMMMBMTUisCnirmal.Sma AI a full fool wider than last >ear'sand ;just by WilY of being dillVrenl. parking and garaging( thorl Ivrninrj lodtvt.
has .ntal hll..h..1 l a lrkui point 5asui DAVlD'BRIAN RUTH ROMAN J SUPERS KDMJM'.\!!J"hles.r
bliyH cntlMM-i l 'xnut at nabmrr'n elf "heplhave .. IXTHA-WIOt SEAlS traded between Ihm sake
( Healed). Inquire KlnCourtu **- your 'laundry A dry f'Iftafllngat 0--- I._!_ Ml : we think we hit on 11 happy ,
Item two iri diiiiensicjiilegroom ton tUICK HID' !, Iran all/tail .
DAHMER'H fur serviceFOIt -ITjilwi..U every springing Salmlyffid
prompt trrtobIwMS. ..OOR "
Kliiffnlry' Laka. lipT tj( ? idea I in the I "I, fellows
I"'g at!
rims I I low rl-'. .
.YraNAI. I I head-room hip-room praituro bra. 'u.adpspergo. *
RFNTrm.. furn houne, .ICIIMHtov I I corning be known. 1
Mlfra : they te : to hey I""..
TO SELL llttla.uxrd < k>v" 5-nal In excellent gas bottle vnndltlon' for andh lit M Water St. lip AND ..o >cu.. and "Happy Landing" purtment i is bigger! than previous cornarc not longer/: on the 1\Jhde..but! DYNAH.OW OHIYt ""nd"dI/ IOADeASIfsS"

II at ''lIt W Madison St. Ilp23! "'0'& !CALF: a".. U' frame, metal rm.f!I' That fang; of Mine with EastSide C'urtim models I -and neurly I four inchen:I thl.'reIJlltwo-wuystrett'II-ln\"ldth optional, at ottra" toif an SUf(. and S'CMt" tarimi.MINfltlN .
rtnr bldar "l'n,*k'i. rtroenry", On I and I I length-III I the rear compart*
CALk: )Machinist to.In tap Jax hlway t ml. N. of Kturkr. lull I KliU. Also "Bui'earner lienfly" longer, fore und uft. than other MODUS wish, modi *, ',.h.".
diva, micrometer, ft.R. alert.her lip 1 Cartoon and l "Fed interior incut..
ill r at bldit Chap1 1950 Buick <>. .
>- Ire bo.. water ennlrTMjtlln WIDt CHOICE/ IQUirMINT edd a.lleaibdnyOllie
nuest IlollHK, .1: fill N. Of "'HIt RKXT: "'lIn. "..t. 1-rm* ri..r eral Agrnt \.*. t'ndVrworUI. Inc." \ going to like thul ut you II la prtttt' that, bratk.f ..../ price ,,,..g. .b... fh*
rk, on US. 301 It clan space. rvniiulu fltif. >Mt H....*., Thurs. & Fri.. Feb. 9 & 10 Item I three I wlivelbusct I' are I the I sec l by culling/( on your own Buick low.it.
J ml. N. of Slark. on CM: 3OI. It longest! of our 1950 line. On the >
1 Jo 1I.. IJo:4"A,1'1':1'; : for Jt ,,-1
.-l Cocker !1".nl.I.. ilH m> FOH HA1.1ronth: i/.d, ,-i-omput. I Sun. & Mon.. Feb. 5&6 StM'ICR, it is I25i" instead of121M"
N. Mr. L. F Chapman Stnt' with mall'.... f..r I JO. Alxo Comet c.arn.aa.la on the l Ho( \U\IASTEIt J 130U"instead !
>rm 111'1 mnfnr Ncont-r for "111Mll I "ar M'* ,.,....."............. VAn RPR/CERANGE
Wlllard Wynn ui lied Alvarvx'S of 126!* WIIATEYEI? IV"
HALE, luarrearm.. rvlv.. Hlatf..... Itp ALAN DONNA
i**>. t barn nfnnk A h..nh..1
"*..... .u.v..i4. About 113 fvnccd.i FOR HKNT': : 4-rro fern "pt,--/lulr I ISADD -REED let und! liere'i where the mug.c
I 1 ./ln. :\1'... J lit .. dl *
f fr rvprftMH. .>d.vorateft lln stare, water 8M
'nhii-r, Ht 1, flox, SS-A. 2lpjlo:I | .<.af.r A- heat .!?-t rnfrlaI'h,, comes in lite: whole tar h ahorleroverall ,1
M,.. A, P. Saulat K1-W l I' ,Aetu.ill I l less from bumper: a.rr
!PKI-: Man ... farm hand, at day Il' I lPnarcl V.-r
l' c. furnlnhril I.l In..on. Aa-nt rank big pun's -llinff. to bumper than previous Huick.
i a ml. out tlrownln Bond.; I'laxtlo TublMlolhK. and, othtrIrcma. r in these series.rb .
rke Pla ItpiPF.NTIVE !Sells nn xlvht' HAmplfxfr fP
_. "hn.ld"r rodutH ('.. *> .
: .!um I-IITHI, $\trlp'", Atlantic. Avenue. RtrvorMa.... ---- -
& tltrrm fee tin FIRST for th"l| lip f.P ... yea BUICK Jailor lot m ._...,..,/..-Ri"II' Ne trl Nh.a ".."..r w.,._...... ..Nt built Nf lEK wilt brlfd tA.wa
, HBAPKHT prlrra, rail |>..r.. .
"r writ.., Conner Mha..t. Metal! A7AI.KAMnuln; .. I Indian Formosa I
.>du..... HI 1, ftn", I-A. Stark... deep lavender, well rooted, bailed. dJalHER
a. inrtvrrn Btark Kcv-,,> I ln<-hi-... II.ISO p..r ..'... Mmallaialcaa I JneR1Y0f InrliDYtTidbw
.n* tl iBhd nn Hwy J loo) JtJIU, 17 SO per liiindri Cnmiliaa -}. t'a ILNAIDT I GREEN BUICK Co.
flvrdr Aaalea Onrdan"A II
NTKIi: a to 4 hp..athnard m<>- Numcrv. :Mra PaullnM Knrl: I Oev : B'V, I
r In tool .n.lIlI"n, r.aanahl. <'ollln. ownrr. fit. lk>. IU II t -
11. Bunch, O.nrul Hltv.ry. Karloton. FlnrMit. If I.
ark. .. F'|.. Itp ALSO
ItlTI'ATIIOSAST":'>: V-.onic lady. Aieoewa' and "('a -TI"pbJ"'artooll 225 Temple Ave. LEX GREEN Telephones

:IP.NTNlrelr prlvllereM( nir"d.elr.d.l eplnCltrhen or would.al..like<-l..rk.Job Would as .typist. accept cashier full. \ < .MARCH OF T1MK"; I Starke Florida 226 and 133I'

rr. Harry t.appe. 211 N. Church or part time amploym Phone ,
Stark. Itp T2-J or writ Rot Ft. Stark., liP .



YASsa r, r .urns, -- -. .. ..... ... .. --

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FEB31950 FItID
in Gainesville Tuesday Mr. Price FORD BACKS PLAN

Wells were visiting relatives In 1 I Gainesville. Buffering from appcndlcitli was formerly assistant cashier of I FOR INDUSTRIAL ARls

!Middleburg last Sunday.Mrs. I STATE FARM NEW RIVERBy Keystone Heights!! I the First National Bank In Gaines.
I Is
Bennett of Miami The Ford Motor
George Roberts, Mrs. I Mrs. C. B. I vllIe.I Corner ,
Catherine Teare Mrs. Effie Miner, visiting relative and friends hen B. Mrs. Bryan \VhitflrM Mrs. K. A. SappA I Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Baatedo sponsor a national Indus! ; ,d] ..,?

L. If. Fiitrn. and Mrs. Will Edwards were bus this week. of Palatlu !! Dr and Mrs. Wm. Mueller were I and Mr. and Mrs. Don Pangbornwere awards: program for jur."?i .
iness visitors to Gainesville last Mrs. Beulah Revelo Randall I>ratnFollowing I large crowd attended servicesat honored at a reception held by Sunday visitors to Archer senior high school studet .
all who Monday. While there they visited visited the E. M. illness of several I I Long Bridge Church last Monday last Friday 11
A new law requires that an the Woman's Club Al Nelson a business visitor to Ford said ,
wish to vote In the coming elections Mrs A. M. Lewis a former Law- last Sunday. Macon, Ga month's duration. John O. Ran I night when Bro. Gramell of ,'evening.. The club rooms and refreshment !lUaml last week returned home company the "p sr
citizen, who' Is 111. James Phillip of died during the past week the Park of The Palms brought I will be a continuation of .
tey beautifully '
are required to register. here with his dall. Sr. I I table were for a few days and has left again rr
A. L. McSwaln had spent last weekend Jacksonville home of his the message There were seven bf Inated three years ago by -
Supervisor of Registration Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mrs. O. J. Phil at the decorated with arrangements for Jacksonville and Tallahassee.]
Prosby Jr. was here last Monday as their guests last week their parents Mr. and son-in-law and daughter Mr and I.ministers present Bro. Hlndsley,'camellias. Several hundred guests Miss Gertrude Houser visited tic Magazine

rrangin for reregistering the sons. Donnie and Ronnie. These lips attending the Union MeetIng Mrs W W. Fish. Interment was, and Snyder of Lake Butler Bro from Keystone and the surround. friends In Green Cove Springs I

voters in Lawtey District. The two young men are spending the Those last Saturday from In that city Wednesday morning. ,Burton of Graham Bro. Durden of,In? community called to greet the I Sunday.Mrs. !ROOMY MIAMI: BEACH
books are at the G. \\ Roberts winter at Ft. Pierce with their ; at Antioch Mrs !Mr, and Mrs. Randall had lived I Bedford and Bro. Quigley of new doctor and his wife. I I
Church: were Lake .
Baptist '' Benj. Rose has returned With ,,
a permanent
store during February for the grandmother and are attending Ijiwtey" Lee and, here for many years and sympathy I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan. Jr. popul
T. J. Terry' Mrs G. V and Starke and our Pastor Bro. Dodd. home after spending several weeksin approximately 40.000 Miami
MrJl. Randall
convenience of the voters of this kindergarten there. Ruth :Miss Is extended to entertained friends Wednesday ata n.,
daughters! Jo Anna and Among invited to attend Miami. has a total of 40,000 hot ,
District, Quite a little excitement In Law- I Futcf to other bereaved relatives Every one Is welcome party for several employees i r
I Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Joyce the Farm friends who attended services Monday night of DuPont Mrs. Lydia Hurley hal! recover. and apartment units or ,*,. f
Old I these ; the Companyand
Rev. and Mrs. Winter <.llngs tey last Tuesday when a wagon and Terry, and' every I
and sons Ralph services were R. H. ed after a two weeks' Ulness. every man, woman and ch",1" \
the Gold who "
the fora Humphreys Corp. Vf
had lUll their guest during pulled by eleven goats stopped H B. Arwood.IplNE I I Next Monday night Bro. '
Mrs Is residentFREE.
Cox L. F Chapman M. R. Holmes have to. :Mr. and Mrs. Paul of' a year-round
weekend his parents :Mr. and few minutes. In addition to ley of Lake Butler Baptist Church recently come Keystone Murphy
Mrs. G. G. Giddlngs, and their those* pulling the wagon there I, 'Mrs J. G. Caldwell Mrs. L. A. Heights. The guests of honor wereMr Potsdam, N. V, have taken up
two small children and Mrs. Lewis were eight goats being led behind Shepherd and Mrs. H. M. Rlch- will bring the message and Mrs. James MacDonald their winter residence In the home

Hale all of Jacksonville.Miss the wagon, and several baby goats LEVELBy arde. Miss Cosette Sapp of Jacksonville Dr and Mrs. Edward Rodowskas of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Cooper !

Edwards of Jacksonville In crates on top. The owner Is I visited her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. W Coleman and of Jacksonville.
Lou MfRnoi Community Club :Meeting For Prompt FREE
M. ltl"m\J\al
spent Sunday here with her ,touring the country, driving! goats I Mn II. Special interest and a large attendance i Mrs. Ethan Sapp Sunday and !Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Snedden.Mr. Dr. Sloo of Topeka Kansas her

firents Mr and Mrs. Will Ed. i He spent the night near Lawtev. i marked the program/ day.Mr :: and Mrs. Robert Benson of returned to Keystone to spend th of Dead, Crippled, & Worth.

wards. Mrs. Vernon Silcox and baby of We were glad to have our Pastor meeting of the Community Club and Mrs. Spencer Crews Washington D. C were weekend remainder of the winter. lIe tel's less Cattle Horses, ;Mule

Miss Barbara Moore who is Starke, spent last Wednesday here I Rev. W. E. Hall, back with Tuesday afternoon of last week. and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sapp of guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mc- of below zero temperatures and a & Hops .

employed In Jacksonville spent II with her parents, the G. W. Rob us In the Service Sunday morning The club rooms wore beautified Palatka were visiting Mr. and Kay.: sleet storm on the day he left his

the weekend here with her parentsMr. erts. and evening. One member was for the occasion by urns of Japanese Mrs Ira Merritt Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs Al Watson, Mr home In Kansas.: Call 132, StarkeWE

and Mrs. Fred Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest added to the church for Baptism magnolia blos'jpms with the Among those who attended the and Mrs. Huntley Redfern, and Julius H. Cowles of Waterbury.Conn. ALWAYS COME: \

Frank Warren of Perry was the I were In Cedar Keys last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Crawford color scheme complemented with convention of Christian Churches Mr and Mrs. Wm. Whitesldes! ., who spent many winters In

eekend guest of Marvin War fishing.. They caught a good string and daughter-in-law. Mrs. Lau- arrangements of calendula. DI. l In Starke Sunday were M. L. were dinner guests of Mr. and Keystone Heights and his housekeeper Florida Renderer,

!of salt water trout. rene Crawford. all of High Spring,! rested by the president Mri. L. F. Johns and family, Mrs. C. P. ,Mrs. F M. Walrath Jr. Monday Mrs. Rivers, cf Crescent INC.
rt'n.Mr.. and Mrs. Harry Sasscr were I Coleman Phillips of Macon. Ga. were recent visitors of Mr. and Chapman the meeting was opened Cowen. Mrs. Jessie Lazenby Mr. 'evening:. City, were killed recently In an ,j

ti'nner guests of his parents, :Mr. was hAre Sunday visiting his wife Mrs. Owen McRae. with the impressive Club ritual. and Mrs. A. P. Moore and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Greer of automobile accident at De'and .

end Mrs. J. A. Sasser. last Sunday I who Is spending some time here, Mr. and Mrs. J. I* Stephens ol'. At the end of the business session Mrs E A. Sapp. LuCrone, WIs. are visiting Mr. Older residents :will remember Mr -<

rt the State Farm. with the O. J. Phillips family. Orange Park were visiting Mr Mrs. Edward Charbonneau vocalist Mr and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp and and Mr*. S. A. Kyle nt their home 'owles: as a regular inter visitor ,
Mrs G. W. Roberts visited her : Mr. and Mrs. A. A, Cook were and Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday and Mrs. E. M. Davis, pianist Roy Roig of Gainesville were on West Lakevlew Drive it the Inn.ATTENTION. 9 9v .1
father. J. H. Tatum In Deland business visitors to Jacksonvillelast afternoon. both of Starke rendered a hunting in this section Saturday 1.1i
Edith Sunday
Mrs. Ridenour was a -
afternoon VETERANS
lost Tuesday
Thursday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and lovely musical program.,:: Those afternoon and were supper guestsof i
visitor to
Keystone Heights
and Mrs. Mack Ramseur of Sympathy Is extended to the '
visiting Mr. and present In addition to club members the E. A. Sapps. Our l..atlC"JnrranK.'fOnt
son, Lynn, were Riclrnour children
Mrs. and ex- I
his Milton
Asbevllle.N. C. were visiting John Bell family. One son,
Mrs. Robert Groover at their new were Mrs. C. F. Ward of pect to return to in make In possible for u.. to help r
sister Mrs. John Shuford last had the misfortune to break his
home at Brooker. Mr. and Mrs Starke Mrs. J. A. Saaser and Mrs. June. \Poft"rlLJ1l1 own homes Nee us for = ccr
leg last Friday and another son, : _
week.Mrs. Groover have been living In Miami C. C. Williams and Mrs. Martin remainder of the winter seasonIn "ompleta information Cal writer
Mae Welts and Ernest Lawrence Is in the hospital In Commander Ray Hearst It
several years. Griner. Jr., Mrs. Tom Connera and Daytona, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. tc Krnhono, 4141. Walrath &: Wai-
home visit after extended
on a an
I, Mrs. K. F. Redding who were rath., Keystone Height -Adv.)
Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas sandwiches and Goodwin were guests of Mr. and tour of duty In the Arctic.

and children of Brooker were via hostesses served Mrs W N. North Wednesday and Mrs. Martha Schultz end son, r
with coffee
.ASK..... THE MAN WHO .. _.% YOUR. WATCH/VIAKER/ S, iting Mrs. Thomas' parents Saturday, Mr. Thursday. Richard are now permanent residents (
H. Lewis
( Mrs. H. .
and V,
B. T. Party oft Keystojne. They have
Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow went tp
night and Sunday. lawn of the John Godwin
RYwATCN Green' Cove Springs Thursday to moved here from Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murrhce and waft of WELDING
U home the scene a gather-
y visit Mr. and Mrs. George Manas- Dr. J. Ralph Neale of Archer In
Edward Hall of Hilliard were Intermediate of the L'L
SJ. son, Ing of groups
sa. the guest speaker for Rotary on .
visiting Mrs. Murrhee'a parents, B. T. U. of the Ralford Baptist ; Can'tSTRETCH j,
Friday, Feb. 3. Dr. Lovejoy
Mr and !Mrs. R. A. Wells Mrs. gavea
and Mrs. W. E Hall, Friday This 'jr
Rev. Church Saturday evening. I
most Interesting lecture lost 'j
Isabel Edwards and Misses Mary
night, party was a reward for winners
Wells and Nancy Mvnlhan, all of week on Alcoholics Anonymous. ((1i
.. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Myrick of given them by losers In a grade -
F of Jacksonville were dinner guestsof Mrs. D. H. Beall is home again ..
Balnesvlllo were visiting Mr. and I contest over a given period
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace I after bring confined to Shadycrest
< Mrs. Robert Myrick Saturday and time. In addition to organization Sunday Hospital for several days with influenza A $5,000 Fire Policy to J
Sunday.We members there were present young We offer the people' of Starke
Early this week Mrs. L. F. Chap- Loss!
to report the '11-\ people from Starke and Hampton.Mr. I cover a $10,000
are sorry
My personal Integrity and profc-onlon barked : of Mrs. Osle Cason and Mrs. and Mrs. Malcolm Tompkins man accompanied her visitor, Mrs Mrs. Ivan Bernkopf} is recuper and vicinity one of the most
)e ness
C. C. Williams of St Louis, Mo., sting at her home on West Lake. *
of Raiford directed the InterestIng I
1 by 40 yram of rxpertenre In Fine Watch R> Tommy Cason and daughter and '
activities which included a to St. Petersburg and was a view Drive. modern and finest equipped
pairing la Guarantee of SatlNfartlon. I Booklet
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marshmallow roast and games and guest at the S'lwanee Hotel there Continued warm weather has
y K Mrs. Robert Myrick and daugher contests around a bonfire. for several days. I,caused the late. flowers to lingeron welding shops anywhere Charley E. Johns
Ed Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. H.
: Kathy.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews of end early flowers to bloom
Seaboard R.R. Watch Inspector :Iki1 M. McRne. were visiting Mrs. J. J. Cub Srt.11'.111..... Palatka spent the past weekend several weeks ahead of the normal All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S Agency j

I ligdon and family Tuesday of last I The Farm now has a Cub Scout with Mr and Mrs. P. S. Crews and time. The yards and gardens of
GEM JEWELRY 'week. Phone IS MTAKKK, M.A. 'j
Troop composed of Henry Rlch- with Mr and Mrs. Bryan Whit- "Keystone are attracting much attention GARAGEAND
I Miss Vonnlo Crawford of Hcilronn arde, Harold Godwin, Brian Ku- from passing tourists because -

t .Jr 1: > Springs, Miss Annie La. cern. Steve and Joe Harden and field.Mr. and Mrs Jack Nelson of *of the colorful picture which !MACHINE SHOP {
.. .
e a4ea M1 Nettles of Starke and MIss- Designated as Den ... ..
UlE'JJ! : /erne Franklin Hitch Jacksonville were visitors of Mr. they present. A\e. Starka ., ,... .
and McRae \Is directed by J. W. Temple
Shirley 4. the
I e's Gwendolyn troop
.. and Mrs. R. W. Braiuien Saturday Miss Gladys Tlllia attended. thefuneral iprMMitln THE TRAVELERS.Hartto ;;
dinnerJests' of the H. M. Flitch Den Father "Sonny" En-
were ; u
night and Sunday. of her uncle J. T. Price, --
HcRaes Sunday.Mrs. gram Den Chief: Mrr H.: J. Kucera =
\Sue My lick of Lake Gen.eva present and Mrs. J. W.Rltch -

Important News spent Wednesday and Thursday past den Mother.

of last week with the H. M. In the Stnrke Scout district, the !

tlcRaes.. _.. pack met there with others Thursday
For Growers and Stockmen --
night at the Service Center ,

and creditably! performed a skit In I

LAKE GENEVA keeping with the month's theme. II I
1 "The Knights 'of the Crusade." I,

Hy Blanche Cunningham These cubA also had the honor of
\ awarding Bob Cat pins and won
the pennant fur having the highest
l Mrs. Ida M. Gentry our popular percentage of attendance for
1 1i md congenial Postmaster; is the the month. Congratulations are offered

proud' possessor of a flame vinef to the cubs and to their
) > rare beauty. It covers several leaders
trees In her yard, and Is now In
full bloom. Many folks have comeo Mr. and Mrs Marlon Crews and

j1 i I : see this beautiful sight, and their baby daughter Nell are now

lave taken movies and snapshots at home to their friends in the
I V it same. house formerly occupied by Mr.

Mr. and Mrs. R. Forsythe, Mrs. and :Mrs. Lewis Tyre. Mr. and Mrs.\

( l A. Carlson and Billy Rodkey weren Crews moved to the Farm from IWRIKSER WASHER

Green Cove Springs Monday Hampton Saturday. 1 flflfN

n business Mr and Mrs, J. 11.(. Bradley had s
Miss Lillian Gentry Mrs. Wm. as their dinner guests at noon And TheAUTOMATIC

buttles, Mrs. L. N. Wagner and Sunday Mr. and Mrs\ Leslie Bradley 5 '

Kr. Edith Burkman spent Monday and their children of Starke ROTARY IRONER

In Gainesville. and Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger,
Miss Janle Onborne, who for the Bradley Geiger Jim Turner and

past several months has been the Miss Sadie Murphy all of Jack N.w OH BOTH let Oily
guest of her brother-in-law and
it \ sonville. R .ndtd Manafeclura/t lUloil Price
lake Mr and Mrs. Novot- comm
Easy later Fary John F.. William of Tallahassee .
ney will leave Friday for her homeIn visited Mr. and Mrs. J Williams

Mrs. J Whelpley and two
En route from their home In
I children of St. Louis. Mo. and Mrs
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Methodist Church Christian Church I Church Of ChristV. At The Tabernacle released The driver was wearing

LONG BRANCH I a Camp Blandintf badge, but gas4ahis
Usually we think of temptationas Homer Snlndall, MlnUter E. Jonet, Minister\ "Thim anointest( my head with name different to the name on

J ye being almost anything but A wonderful time was had lastLord's Last Lord's day was a wonder- oil; my < up runneth over.) Psalm Ity Mrt. J. Slrli-kluiKl the badge Due to the wreck and
Christian. We associate the word 23:11.1: Surety such was the experience the truck being In the garage, the
Day at the 5th Sunday nil day at the Church, one beingbaptized
with evil and with sinful entice: of every one who attendedthe PadgetU were unable 'attend
Convention. Those of you who and a goodly crowd attending On Wednesday of last week Ml .tMlldr..d
ment. All through the centuries of Tabernacle Sunday morningand services Sunday night We hope
missed thla gathering really missed the special services at Wood's brother and family -
the history of the Christian church,] evening, when Charles K.Gremmel all are well and will be back with:
a blessing It was believed to High Spring at which time Urn two sisters, and Miss Eleanor
linAid k A when have been *. of New a guestat us next
men brought face Jersey Sunday night
have been the largest Conventionheld i|James Fl Cope brought the mes8-j Wood of Jacksonville Beach cameto
to face with Jesus Christ, they rk-of-The-Palma, was the
Churchesthus the school house to are told that our sister-in-
by the Christian age see Miss
The evening Happy Hour service(have been strongly tempted to be 1 (I I speaker Mountain peaks of blessings '
list Church : far. (I The Church Is on (the move at Wood and hear her children re law Lizzie Strickland, of Kings-
begins at 7:30: and features singing Christian. It Is true when were reached and emotions
today cite. ley Lake, can walk better than she
Invitation out to alii Il'r..sent'e plan to build an addition They enjoyed a visit at
the Pastor at of request hymns and choruses Christianity Is stripped of Its superficial An goes stirred by the spiritual mess has
message by In the near future, to take very the Strickland's and Arthur Wil I been able to walk since she
be with
to us
those who wish all
tlsr. lr t Baptist Starke this Sun- led by the plano-organ-duo of \ trappings of paganism: ages brought/ by this Christian kinson's. suffered the paralytic stroke two
heartof care! of our classes, that are nowml.t'tlng
church In
6ftj, iraing will be taken from Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Mann. The, and the small bigotries of Its adherent the friendly on the lawn. We also plan Layman Special music was rendered The reforestation I years ago,
use.ife of Christ "Cleaning Youth Choir will ting and the *. The sermon subject for. town. at the morning: hour by Gordon crew has plowed Johnnie
I several mission May Strickland ca'lndon
meeting throughout
the Pastor will be Bible School begins at 9:45: : a.m.. L.. fire-break all around' throughthe
and will be a challenging message by I Sunday morning will be "TemptedTo Purdy, who also directedthe
this nectlon. If you live In : woods here and feel us Friday and we had a long
we muchsafer
"Can You ? with classes for all violin
message coming In, Pray Be Christian. ages. music. In the evening
aspiring Bradford County and would be interested In cane of forest fire. Everything talk before she went back to Wax-
tatlon for the occupying of Sunday School 9:43: : each Sunday Sunday evening at the 7:30: hour Morning Worship Services at 11" In a Tent Meeting; being! and vocal solos brought inspiration Is so dry now a forest fire vllle. We expected Faye, our
-M. church auditorium during I morning with Training Unions the sermon subject will be "Trou o'clock, subject: "Empty Lamps. conducted In your community writeto to the congregation. Mr. would be a real tragedy to All In daughter, to come with Johnnie,
inonth. The adult choir will meeting at 6:13: P.M. ble That Ends With A Lord's Supper 11:15.: Gremmels was the speaker Tues-
: Hope. V. R. Jones, 614 Seventh St.. this. section If these firebreakswere but she was unable to do so. We
,t<, directed by Mrs. Lucile Mld-Week Service, "The Sweetest strange way to get hope? Moffatt Evening Services begin with Starke, and we will make plans to evening also, and againthrilled I not made. are sorry, for we haven't seen her
and accompanied by Mrs. Hour of the Week" enjoyed by translate a verse In the fifth chapter Christian Endeavor at 6:30: p.m.I I he with you. his hearers with accounts One, last I for a long: time.
day week Kiiftan Pad
..A.he nearly a 100 weekly Is held at of Paul's letter to the Romans: Evangelistic Services at 7:30: \Ve urge you to make It a pointto of his personal experiences James Eddy and Mrs. Maxwell
;',. first worship service at 7:13: Wednesday with a insplra- "Trouble produces endurance, endurance rlubject: "Tomorrow N eve rComes" meet with us In worship.Ve Beginning Friday, Feb. 3, and gett was turning In at Jennings to the Hill Friday
came Clay School
S; l '" Pastor's sermon will be tolnal message by the Pastor.To produces character, and I try to do the work of the Lord Ina lasting/ through Sunday, Feb 9, Mill with a load of logs when a Mr Maxwell sent them to-
wJey4li''' Calls" The Youth chorus all services a cordial Invitation character produces hope." There Wednesday evening at 7:30: pm. loving way. We are Interested in Rev. Thomas Gllllngham of the car came breaking all speed limits our !house to get some cabbagefor on

undrftbe: direction of Mrs. Mona to worship Is extended to Is a lesson In this for our day. is always Prayer Meeting night. lost souls and try to call God's people Scripture Gift Mission, Philadelphia hit Eugans: truck, tore it up. the school. We have thanwe
CntHw. will bring the music forth those seeking a church home anda There la a class\ In the Church The 3rd Chapter of Revelations back to the ancient order. ( Pa, will be a guest of tho more
skinned his know what to do with
*'Imrvlce.wnsffiHi place of worship. School for you. Come and be with I to be discussed. )1\\'" wear no name but Christian. Tabernacle and will conduct the hand and leg and just now

Us Sunday morning at 9:45.: Won't you be with us this Lord's'Have nothing offer you but the services, also showing pictures of shook him up pretty lively The .
You are Invited to worship withus. Day? (I'Gospel' We meet each Lord's day the Scripture Gift Mission work. driver was' drunk. It seems lie -- ----- -

} Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor as follows: I On Feb. 17 a sound film, "Dustor i begged/ Kugan to lake the car for

Presbyterian ChurchSunday Bible School 10:00: A.M. Destiny" will be presented by expenses to repair the truck but Shoes Repaired
RST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke IIOPK HAVE BAPTIST REVIVALA CIH'RCIITO I I Morning Worship 11:00: A.M. :the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago I not call the officers of the law.
sermon "The Sin Of Said
Neglect. : he had a wife and some
scientific don'tmdse
/ a production I WI/lLE.U.JV AIT J
revival meeting will begin at School 9:43: : a.m. Classes ." children but could not tell who
fferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town for all Lord's Supper 12.00: Noon It. \onday) ( evening, Fob.20,
Hope Baptist Church Theressa ages. I they are. Stated he lived In Starke
PHONES: Office 231 Iastorlum! 130 on Monday, February 13. Rev. E. Morning'orshlp Service 11:00: I I Young Peoples Bible Class 'Is set aside for the Epply Sisters, 'and alMa In Georgia, but would not

L. Buzbee will do the preachingThe a.m. Sermon by Rev. B. Q. Jack 6:30: P.M.Preaching. 'five young ladies from New Jersey !Jive any definite place In Georgia.
UNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A. >!.. 7:30 lM.!. I song service will begin each son of Penney Farms. 'I at 7:00: P.M. I' who sing and play their way lie was taken to Green Cove to New Low Prices!

day School: 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15 P.M. evening at 7:30.: Everyone Is Invited Visitors always welcome ,subject: "The Church In Prophecy"This 'Into the hearts .of all who hear jail( There were two other men
j IID-WEEK ) to attend these services I Is the First In a Series of in the car with him, but they were
SERVICE WEDNESDAY. 7:30 I M. Sermons on the Church. We would them. Among the musical Instruments Half Sole

SUNDAY*"SERMON TOPICS CHURCH OF JF.SUS CHRIST St. Mark's Episcopal want the people of this Fine Townto used are Vlbra-Harp, <(
OF THE LATTERDAY SAINTS hear as many of these lessons Saxophone, Cathedral Chimes, AIRPARK MISSIONARY
} Rev B E. Simmon., B. D., Vicar I
11:00 A. ;ill.. "Cleaning House" as possible. We believe they will etc, A visit from the Inimitable
The Church of Jesus Christ of Sunday, Feb. 3th 9:45: : a.m. Half S'Women's *
730I\M. "Can You Pray prove a great help to all who come. Scotsman, Dr John McNcill of $1 I.00
Latterday Saints will hold Sunday Church School Classes for all ,
ages School 10:00: a.m.Morning )
Come thou with us, and we will Eiltnboro and Washington Is beIng <(<
School Sunday at 10 a.m. Nursery through Junior High.
A Friendly Invitation From A I I anticipated also In February.CONOItKCMTIONAI Worship 11:13: a.m.
and Communion Service at 6:30: 11 a.m. Holy Communion and Prayer Meeting each Thursday
Friendly Church Is Extended To Alt p.m. .Sunday. Everybody is welcome sermon by the Vicar. Wyoming's coal supply Is said to \: 7:30 p.m. Ladles' Lifts 23c up
I ; to the services In the Masonic The church Is open dally for be greater than that of any other I METHODIST ('Ht'R47fServices Kevnlng Service 7:30: p.m
Hall on Call St. prayer and meditation. I state .. Rev L. G. Hemingway, Pastor. SHOES SIIINEDAT

every first and third
eJtrar Saturday night, Sunday morningand -
r Sunday night, 11 a.m. and Sunday Mass 9:13: a.m.
% 8 p.m, at Congregational Metho- Sunday School 11 a.m.
dill Church on Brownlee Road.- Week Day Mass 830; am. STARKE

Toucan Rev Ernest Griffis, pastor, dayBible
Study Is every Wednesday 1

CIIl'IU'Ii Rev. L.OF S. GOD Williams, Pastor at 7:45PENTECOSTAL: I SHOE REPAIR

but have to 8th & St. Clair SU.! HOLINESS I
listen to the you'll Sunday School 10 am. 10th St. and Temple Ave. M. F. Hudson, ProprietorAcross

Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Sunday School:" a. m.; Morn- St corm Park Theatre
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p m. Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic -I I
Y. P. K: Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Service 7'00: p. m. Everyone
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Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. welcome. :: -
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out water And after you get: we know of several farmers around I Pvt. M. T. Griffis ,flrtltloua, ,, name nf Clar' -Jaan Florli '- Alf Clerk of fctltl Court. Fob 2Tth, 1960.<| ih, :--
t under which tho ,
w* am rnirairedand Haven .
used to running water on your here who It to ny Crosby p. C. Court unit .
are carrying mar ..
cause ,
(loin* business' at 234 wh
I T. Frank andrum, Mtarke' Florldn. peeks! -
glassful place you hate to carry even a, ket and getting"" S a e fair e price for it. With Fifth CavalryPvt. Ht.ida;Htiirke that', ihf, *Uranfurd Hlil business: County:I*,owned Flor Ally for I'lf. I-J7 H ailClrenlt ,I c'hlld c'hllll &dlvnrt-support. '110,1 m.!..,",.!", r..','

T Cabbage Is really low. Situated Monroe .T Griffis son of and 1 operate-d" partlen' by, the followln/t InteroKteil I'" (:....rt. Uradfotd. County County Tvlxftranh' shall' i'''II h,;'I
Klorldai In Ch.nrerr.Marauerlte Order In ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Griffis of Mr*. Kltxuboth: Naaworlhy.' Staiko ] h.xl I It. Wllllumn, Plaintiff Wllnas .
Well we planted our potatoes on on the highway aa we are we see Florid: my hnn.l ,,
fly Sam McGarveyThe \ the 21th and they are not up yet. loads of It go* to market and see Starke 1 Is serving: as a rifleman Mi. .s.. (Jnofa T Peyton. Htarke, KlnrIIda. i CVs.I t nol..y'i:; .Wlllluiiiii.. I>efemlunt.CUM as seal. ,1950.IUFFICIAL Ilt. Clarke. Flord.. ,'OJ I I'

and If we don't'' get Home rain soonthey lots of it coming back. Seems i In Co. B, Fifth Cavalry Regiment 1127412; Order c.f Publlentlon and Ynllee ittypes SKAI.J t I .j
author will he to re- aFirst Division In .. NrtTH OK KI.UHIItA I., Ac .
glad Cavalry Take- In rlr..lt Ol ,,
i l never will come up. But we shame that a crop as good as cabbage Klnrld In Cs.r4trodlord ('oant,, I'It.n..y. I, Vllllunia, whose real- ny, Haven Crosby; rkl'| '
l M C'O'h' items of Interest cnnrrrnng assumed that potato seed contain, can get BO cheap that It does yama Japan henry*l!.>. Ilev4llv.lalntlrf hnitcerr* VB Lots dance and address/ Ilorlin, Maryland '' ( harl.-" It. II...... JIlT

A \ the -tlvltlcn<< of tanners<< In enough moisture to get sprouted not pay to market It. We have Prior to joining: the occupation Il vllle. Defendant.: (!CaK No. 7710ttrdrr : Life Building. Jii-k-",i, \.'
required to on for I'lf
I you are appear Atty.
BraiUord, COllnt of Prbllraba and INotlr
SiijfirwUiHiH may even in dry weather and that by some and learned that beat we forces In Japan Pvt. Griffis received TATK: Iff yI.oitiitt toiI.oln toAppear. I '

T Im left Bt the Telegraph" offlco or the time they came up that we I could do was to get 50 cents a bag his basic training at Fort ''''vlll... whose renldence and _. -
inallpd. to Sam !\ ,punt office add rose I 1M unknown trfl..
McOarvry<< Ijtcy :
Orel Calif. after In the
would have rain. After wo plant. for It at Palatka (and bags cost enlisting You are required tn appear, on :, f fI fI
!' ed we looked up the signs of the 15c). Army In March 19.i8. Upon completion Fen silk, 19RO In the above named.

r moon and discovered that the I of basic training he went Court seeks and.divorcv caute llrndford wherein plaintiff County I

Know how to got good offers'I I edible but we don't sell them that signs would have been right two Planted 1.4 lb. of Florida Giant to Fort Lawton Wash and sailed Telvicraph Mha), ....bll.h this Order.

for omcthiiig you own ? Just do wuy. days later. Well even if we'd I Pepper seeds In our new green- I for his overseas tour of duty In i In next four.* mv weekly hand. and lumieaWltnen official peal I

not be too anxious to gell, and you : C r planted two days later It still house and it has not come up at ,June 1918.Funeral. at Klarke, Florida' this' January' w
will get good prices thrown at you. I i Beat week so far for small strawberry wouldn't haw made any difference all. Can't imagine what the trouble I 2(OFFICIAL 6. 19 PEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, : a

T'rldP. out st-er calf Is not for sale I i crop ((1-3 acre). We sold so far as we can see. can be as It should be up and Sunday A* Clerk of paid Court ]

unless Bomi-one wants to pay 125 I 1!38 pinta on the highway at the growing by now. A.V"y 7.Hnven. Adklnn frothy.,, Jr. 107 r>.E.C. ,

lr.lla.is for him and we constantly regular price of 35c each or three u e !f For Mrs. StarlingMrs. llalnexvllle. Florida. .
If selling eggs youwill
you're any
him. Last one for dollar and realized $10.DO for I Ally fur I'lf. i- 1'nlol8t"1
recede" bids for a I talked with Luther Hilliard
wan Sino and that's a mighty fine them. That's not much comparedwith understand how we In feel now about getting runner plants started Jtillanaa Starling. 95, died In C'lrrult (........ ... i.t'' E5
sudden price.
about the drop t L
Wednesday Jan. 25, at the home 'lorliltii Iff < bnnt'err
for a ten months old calf what most folks are doing and that's another job staring ; ,. .1 J
vpriro Jacksonville papers carry the prlri of Mitrxarcr' 14 Conk. !Vhllntlff I vie V"llrent
O( rourf c. If we wanted to sell I around here but In getting our, dozen and that's us, In the fare. But we're going her daughter Mrs. Ardelia Orlffls J. Cook, l..f.fndanl. CONS No. '
i at about 39c a I 7711 J.
near Lawtey. Mrs.
we could! take him to Gainesvilleand place started we have worked on to stay with strawberries, as they; Starling I \ 4'
feel tho"
about all thnt people I moved to Bradford County from Orlee ..r I'libllonllon, and Nolle totnneiir ;
get to $123 for him. But we the principle that even small a- to But there are twothings o |,certainly do well here and offar 'f\rH 1 t>II" I''I.OIIII> \ toitm
:still have him slated for deep- 'mounts of money help pay the ought pay ''a very good possibility for rnakjing Georgia !In early childhood and \' >ent J. Cook, whonn re.'d..nc"l'
I' i wrong about that. The had lived in an around Lawtey ,and address, In' unknown:
"Take of the
care pennies"a
frwse stutage. way. the \ 1 Is some money. You art required to appear nnI.hr"y
first Is that price I
man once said "and the dollarswill .' ever since. 27, 1 mnn, In..the abovemimed
'for shipped 1 PKRS which can be !Funeral services were held at : +I Court and cause, ivherelnplaintiff
At last got all of the weeds out take care of themselves! assumed to be up to six months I When talking with Luther real- 3 o'clock .Be.k p llvorce, cuntoilv :(
Sunday afternoon at the
e of minor children, Brad ford
of our strawberry bids and It was led how friendly and generous the
old the second H that all food 'Dusty
; graveside/ In Pine Grove Cemeterywith Telea-raph ahull publlnnthl* w
some job. Bermuda grass a severyone One of the first jobs. we did when prices In Jacksonville are lower farmer are around this country. Order Ira next four weekly liMUe. .
the Wilson
Funeral Home of I I
knows Is tough to get we got here last year was to put I' than they are around here. Good "Until they know you, they are aptI WUnefi, mv bond anal, official 1
Lake CIty In charge of Heal( nt Htarke Florida thin Jan.
out and In this case t\vo beds were In running water. It meant a 300 j fresh eggs produced locally are I to be reserved, but once they de ments. arrange.I I IKlluibrth 2 7. I mn.

badly overgrown with It and every foot power line to the well, HO we j I I worth more and coat; more to produce cide that you are a reasonable and II (OFKHMAL SEAl) A, J. Thomas,

last blade of It had to be pulled cut down some trees skinned them than ertoraee It caste friendly person they'll do anything I I II n
eggs Jane "
out by hand. But after a lot of I and used them for poles.. Now wo I they can to help. Remember j I
about 8 lbs of feed to produce a Mr, and Mrs..Hubert Crimson of ; :
hard tedious work It was done, and have to do the job over again for dozen eggs and with feed at about every once) in a while the words Orangeburg, S. C. the C. T. -1"'I: &; p-a
we did not treat the poles of ImmOl.talVIII announce V lr elV .
just as faHt as possible now we I against 5c nIb. that figures to be 40c( a tho Rogers: "I birth of
a daughter Elizabeth
the beds. mulched. Uo in the soil. So we're cutting I ,
lave to get rotting dozen, so If have to 11..1thl"m\ ,never met a man I didn't like. 1 ." .
you Jane there '
not know If It Is true or not but I new poles going to skin them at 30c) a dozen; you're losing mon- { First time we heard that we Brtmson Is the on former January Miss 20.Selma Mrs. IT IS NO TROCHEE TO BUY ,n _.... J .. _. \...... "
that the mulch will minimize and let them while and UI(10R ANY PLACK THESE
think season a I thought it nonsense, but after a .
Home that
the damage done by cut then we'll\ soak them In a wood ey. grown eggs are I while it grows on you and you find Thornton daughter of Chief and D.'YR. TilE TROUBLE COMES: ".t
fresh should bring at least enough
I Mrs. W. E. Thornton of Starke.RF.EIVUILE AI"'TF" IT IS BOUGHT! Ir A PHARMACIST were to start Ms career with
,worms. At least it appears to be prfHi-rvat I v e (.penta-chloro"omc' to producer for his others liking YOU a prescription for Iwl""
that way on a small patch we'vo doggone thing or other) and then money .. to follow it's certain that professional service to his community would I b')
feed and a little profit. But that
mulched, and we certainly hope so they'll lakt a long time. In the RESOURCE '. .- "" main ingredient. You see evidence of it in everything he does ;
Is the Is with lot of First Role
way It a things Comedy Forests unlike
because If there's anything which meantime just hope that the old any other natural You see it in the painstaking care he devotes to the preparation d.i,

drives you crazy, it's to find big: poles don't take a notion to fall produced on a. farm... .. For Yvonne De Carlo resource are renewable, replaceable LISTEN' prescription your doctor orders-whether it be a'simple mixture: oral

ripe berries damaged. They are over, for If they do we'll be with- ba-tll; and with proper management a highly complex nature. ,
I Had the of the In New Park Film
centuryover everlasting. Like other You it in the
any crop, see precision equipment he uses with scientific skill
I in the lupine field where we trees must be harvested when mature his knowledge of the thousands of drugs and chemicals he keeps b
put Lila, our red sow and her Comedy and music have been on i iso
that needs be
or they deteriorate and lose your can supplied promptly and completely. ,,
Scores in work and play. little pigs along with Mrs. Ar-I added to the tense theme .of an their youthfulness. OK ACCIDENT You see it in his participation in organizations of his profession U'his
burkle and Henrietta, the Poland outdoor drama in "The Gal Who technical
I In flrrnlf ('oa.... library through which he keeps abreast of the! k'
Took The West Hmtlford Cunntr, WHO
gilt. Mrs. A. was a| opening Sundayat Floridai lit Cttmmerrr.. medical developments the newest drugs and the constant improra,

timid soul when we bought her as, the Park Theatre. for a three Mat!IB Mabel ttalekmi Plaintiff vs. Pays' Bills ? in pharmaceutical products and practices.
a feeder down at Gainesville, and day run. Nicholas Uelekaa, Defendant.: ease; The Your
No. 7804Ordrr pharmacist pledges whole-heartedly to the ideals d i
almost lost an ear In a battle withLily I Thla technicolor movie has a of Pnbllmtlon mid Notlr to profession. Every day in communities and
tt For Hospital Protection large small he is helps,,
r Cpl. Wm. C. Hunt the fence buster. But when "\lipror. KTATK OK KI.OIIII toi
strong cast headed by Yvonne De Nicholas Delekan whose residence Insure The Florida Mutual make and keep America the healthiest nation in the world. '
Lily was sold, Mrs. A. decided that Carlo Charles Coburn, Scott and address In unknown:: Get better with
onditiont forajminlstrativt your pharmacist-he's a man can .
she was boas of that field an Q January 16th, 1960, In the above Way you
Brady and John Russell. named Court and "au..... wherein -Rrf..d.e.. a w/pnj W nhnnumml f>MiM tj Ft**,Dens.Ci fmj, Drtrul a, Vm'
work when we put Lila In there there The film gives Miss De Carlo plaintiff' seeks divorce and restoration LOCAL AGENT
a real battle. We It of maiden' name Brad
up her first comedy role as she per ford County T..ra"h l shall publlHh PAUL RAYMONDP. '
thru athlttUs, several times but finally got tired I trays an eastern singer who comes this Order IB next four. weekly Koch StorSTARKE
i lami* Drug
separating them and decided O. Box 95
to a pioneer Arizona town to WltnpnH mY hand and official pen1
to let them settle It' their own pear at the opening of the ap-I' at. Vtarke. Florida, this December STARKE FLA.
is '1149.OFFICIAL.
Now week
way. a later and aftera
opera house. Her arrival bringsto ( REAL) A. 3. Thomas FLORIDA
couple of bloody ears, that bat a climax a smoldering feud be As Clerk' of raid Court ,

Corporal William C. Hunt of La. and alertness. For an active Interesting tle has been resolved and Mrs. A. tween two cousins each of whom !. ClrraJt C..... Bradford. Ce...,.. --

Tayette Alabama who has shown ; life where young men III boss. falls in love with the attractive Florida" !. Ch..ery.t'ntlitfrlna .

Ms administrative ability with can further their education and S e e Easterner. (bones A. M.Moore MosrP., Defendant Plaintiff Case v.

the Third Army Headquarters at the same time receive flood pay, Had a talk down at the Starke No. 7624
:Tocognlzcs the value of physical he recommends a career In the Market and'as a result have decld- Coburn Is seen as a prosperouslandowner Order of Publication. null Nolle' ,.
fitness He has found ample time U. 8. Army. and grandfather of the App*.r. "'a'. of Florida talOeorfie STARKE
Investigate get the ed not to plant Fordhooks but to A. Moor, whose rvnldenoeIn OWNEDCTARLINGC
to continue with athletics which full details, see your rp.'rul"r to concentrate two fighting men. rare K. C. Cantelli, Erie' A'.nue,
are helping to build his leadership day. entirely on Tender. I Phlladelplila, Fa:
green beans. Had thought of You are required to appear" on FLORID::;

U. S. ARMY AND U. S. AIR FORCE RECRUIT-! SERVICE! planting an acre of each but aftera I Marilyn Miller Story Couit I've. 86, 1949 ana, 'In .the a..bUV.w named. Grocery Market
lot of .
thought have decided to Told In Musical plaintiff Necks divorce, restudy of a
minor (child support and lyilntenurece I
POST OFFICE BLDG.. STARK, FLA. two acres of' green beans. etc Uradfnrd

EVERY WEDNESDAY 9:00: A. M.-12 NOONM'1kY Believe that our Market should Coming To Florida County Telegraph', hall publish
thin Order In next 4 weekly (iMBuex SPECIALS FOR WEEK ENDING FEBRUARY 4TH 1950
offer advice and counsel to the Witness I my hand and official: seal i i
growers around here; that Is one Presenting the life story of MarIlyn at ytnrke, Florida, thla November

of the services they have to offeras Miller one of the most sparkling S.I, 194lOFFHJfAT.:' PEAL) A. J. Thomas, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT.TO LIMIT QUANTITY. Cor. Call & Cherry Streets [

. d they are best informed as what personalities to grace the Aa Clerk of said Court.

will sell best Of course, we think Broadway stage, the lavish technicolor >o
that It is still up to each farmerto production "Look for th To Ilissolvr Corporation I 1P
: decide for himself Silver Lining" will\ be seen at the Notice la hereby given under the
as what he provlxtonn of Chapter 1SHHO. Lawn P
1F.b. will\ grow, as It is. still\ his money Florida Theatre this Sunday and of Florida Acts of 10.15, to eui.ll of Large Box
the corporations llntnd below, the
and his responsibility but think Monday. ,
name helm Incorporated under the
that: in the long run It will payoff Starring June Haver as the .laws of .Florida and Recording tothe TIDE I

3 Thru Feb. 11 to get advice from those In twinkle-toed and recnrdn. of the Secretary of With IO
a position singing; dancingstar ; Stat.,, each and every mien corpora $S.OO Order
to offer it. Now If snap beans the film also has Ray Bol- tlon appear delinquent for three (31 (Limit One)
don't yeam or more In the ftllniv reports -
bring a price and Forkhooks gar, current Broadway dance star and payment' nf taxes underthe
do we'lnot\ blame the market In the role of Jack Donohue MarlIyn's provision.* of: Chapter 14HTT. i
Laws of Florida Art of. 1911, and
people, because we made our own dancing partner in "Sunny," that under the provisions' of Maid
decision and they simply offered and Gordon McRae popular screen Chapter KIHO. Act of 1135 Law of

the best advice they could and and radio singer. classed Florida, said an Htibject corporation to llfolutton.have hun Real Good Sliced Lb. CLEANSER Esc

It stands to reason that they want The producers went to great and that three f9months afterdate .
of this publication each and
to see every farmer around here length to re-create the\ atmosphere every of euch eorporntlnn limed below -

prosper for all we do so will\ the songs, and dances of an era of that have not In the meantime BACON
filed 29c AJAX
market. their report due and paid
Broadway shows that many be tax due under the provision of 7J
BEAUTIFU.LY lieve has yet to be matched. C-hnpteir 14677. Act of 1411. Laws of
Florida, ,
n amended will he certified '
i Speaking of the lupine which Marilyn Miller got' her firsttart to the flovernor who will .ImiiiaI'roclamatlon
REBUILT BY T' has grown very fast in the last a sa singer-dancer in one of at that time dlnaolv-

ACMKEXPERTS r < > few weeks we can say that stock the great musical comedies of Maid corporation Bradford. Cnmmtfm Kingan's '

;' will eat It ,... .,......
1 y after they grow used to 1918. She shot to stardom and a P..I" of bu f 1
with ACME r :f It. When we;; first put them In the fabulous Kxi'h.inire. Dlntrlnutors, Inc. SHarke: Pure,
x.r career cut short by death Farm tlnnm & Auto LARD
PARTS Y -,, field, they wouldn't have anything at 37. But while reigning from a Supply'further Inc. HtarkeIt I PER POUND 91'
t l Ix directed that a copy
at all to
1: u t d with It, but now they suite in a New York hotel. Marilyn of thin notice br published one time

r Y ..- are eating it arid should do w..11on held court for famed and titled 'In the Bradford County Telegraph, (Limit Two Lb.) 2
+ Starkn, Florida, a newspaper pub- 21
I nti. It, since It has
1. y a good protein people from all over the world llHhed In Bradford C'uonty. Florida,
fi value. .- a vertible queen of BroadwayIseIlu.l..e In which county the home office of
the above listed corporation are
1'' ,. : :' I rssGRAHAM' shown to be located
c t N We have a couple"" of flats of tomato In \Vltnemt Whereof I have hereunto

1 1k seedlings' (Rutgers) which 11 runt net Heal,my of the hand State' and of caused Florida' the Center Cut White Lb. %-Gal Jar Eat)

,are coming along fine. The plants to he affixed at TallahHiiHee, U"
C 'iSoi', are short and Capital, this the 20th day of Jan-
sturdy and have A, D, 19AO.Heall .
By Mr*. John McKlnnryClintOH uary.
branched out In good style and ( U. A. ORAY. BACON'21cL.ARD
; look as though they will make fine ltl-a7 -Secretary nf Mate.ftotl 47

olsnts. Hope so, as last year we : IIOMF.1() IINO; *. of Intention t 0'fteajNterFletltlona .

had poor luck (or The Graham Baptist Church will I :Name
poor management No tire I I. hereby given that theurHlerfflirned 1
) with tomatoes and just hold Homecoming services on Sun under the provision'
about decided to not raise the day. Feb. 6. with dinner on the of chanter :S0151. l.aw of Florida.. Look What a Price!
Acts of 1941, will, resister with theClerk
again. But we're' back at it mgrounds, Old members, all friends of the circuit Court, In and Fresh PorkHALF

A and this year will handle them in of the church and citizens of the for Itradford County Florida. the HAMS or WHOLE

much more careful fashion spray county are invited. Rev. John 39

kL them or dust them regularly, and Slblcs of Tampa will\ preach. In ATTENTIONVETERANS I PER POUND

maybe we'll have a crop of tomato the morning and Rev. Bale Per

es. kins will speak at the evening !

: *? S services. Our Financing Agreement I I

1 1 t eI1N.a1NG j Can't plant a thing In Makes It PoHNlbio For 17s j
garden because It Is our so dry-, Mrs. Kate: Starling Is taking To Help Veterans Qtvn DIXIE PRIDE loaf Nice

A Unless we get rain shortly we're treatment for her from face Dr. Dell In Gainesville Home\ Sec I's For Complete per Green 2HeaJCABBAGE

going to try to plant

: =- ; a Dour furrow a lot on of top water of In the by the beds opening furrow and Those 5th Sunday from here meeting who at attendedthe Stark 1VAT.RATI1YA.RATH Information. BREAD. .10c '

rr ; (by means of 33-g;''\lkm tanks ,were Abernathy.Rev Mrs.W C.Bunle Burton. F. T. Ph. 1111- KryvtoneHeight*
mounted back
on of the tractor).
RADIATOR We should have had more Mrs. Buddy Stokes Mrs. Claude 6-" .... -
cabbageplanted Starling and daughter Mr. and i

uviloyt, long ago more English Mrs. John McKlnney and son, and IT'S 8.1 tRTPLA..VNING. Five Pounds
peas and lots of other
f- things but "

i we've been waiting for rain. I'Chlsper Easterland. ... FACTORY PACK

r I I'Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynolds of SUGAR With $5 Order 19
spent the weekend
Time Is To
getting short Call
before Tony Stevens For
; here with her mother Mrs. F. T. (Limit One
} planting time and we still haven't Abernathy.Mrs. Your ).
Jj been able
to decide
"" .' kind of Hilliard Commercial
ti'M Broughton of
.a -rea-a a aa.raaa planter to get We want to
get Gainesville Wedding
spent the weekend
a one"" row planter with -

412 ACME w. Forsyth VACUUM St. STORES Jacksonville Fla. one.so distributor far Then have,attachment been too, we unable have a on to fertilizer It.to locate but I here tended Mrs.with Tom church relative Graves services. .of Sampson here Sun at .* PICTURES And Banquet Birthday Trellis Garden Fresh 2 For Oversea 21/ Cans Eac

i I would 1 6k. s tr.. desIOrahalbe' 0' a My ....ra.Io... I.b... I some cultivating get day morning

BMtt"lva VaCWOll 0.0...'. cempl.q' ciM! 7 aaeden.nh. I that too. we haven't equipment anon d : J. H. Surrency celebrated his STEVENS PHOTO
decided. PEAS
1 1 e. 65th birthday anniversary on Sun 29C PEACHES 26
1 NAME I Alice day, Jan 23, with a birthday din FINISHING
very happy with her .
1 present were Mr. and .
: ADDRESS 1J tuce. At leant, after many at Mrs. Maxine Imllle and Where .'If".11 l. expertly --
eo1lTracyn ,
tempts she has been sucessful 1 Mr and Mrs. A. Devrlopml, Printed or Enlarged
CITY 5T A.Tt I heading lettuce and she la de Mrs. Bill Padgett of Hague fake Advantage Of These Good
L----J \lighted with It. Seems"" that you of LaCroaxe. and Mr.Jacksonville and Mr' LOCATED SHOP-110 AT DAUMER'SGIFT Low Cash Prices
can grow lettuce around Call St.
here as Flake Watson> and lIOn, Gene
... I