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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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a.. ; VIUE SEVENTY-TWO; STAKKE. FLORIDA' FRIDAY, JANUARY 1'l. 1851- Nu'IBE TU ENTY:.SIX i
Xhcert1fies that Wdtr McDonald. alias James Jun- _. ____ uU _' t _


leath
;h'being thrown by the State Executioner at 8.43 A.M. Seriously InjuredBy

Jeath prononunced by the Prison Physician Dr. D. L. Nix, Shot

50 AMI: and in the presence of the following witnesses: Dies At Wheel\ Accidental For Petition Should

. .gR6dd1eh. D. B. Thomas,-__ f Edward: Lee Massey, 17-year-old Blanding Be Used

VjiK/iMlddleton./ O. W. Rob. day morning McDonald handed s high school youth, was critically

Jeff. P rry. Robert Green, EdsonALonnle signed statement to R. P. M L.en. In MidTownElbert wounded lapt Saturday when a Check Jan. 17

' Harley Stanley don. head of the Prison's Identification small-bore shotgun, being held by:

BllljBraham., Neal Jolnetis. Bureau, telling the "true a younger brother, accidentally .. Preparedness ProgramRites

Qrai.j; story" of these expeditions. Herbert Laird, 44, of 119 discharged at their home near The Board of County Comml.

terse communication, dated He said that both he and another Upton St.. Salisbury, Md., died at Lawtey. slonera will hold a special meeting _

MTl 8. *19Sl; and signed by negro Johnny Jones, were the wheel of his truck ;while driving Young Maaaey was struck in Wednesday, January 17, at 2:3:: ( Held SundayFor State Adjutant General Says Camp
,n'Superintendent' L. F. ChapS both armed at the scene of the / through/: Starke shortly aftei the chest by the charge and was
It now bn Ale in Ute office of Columbus murder, both fired shots midnight Tuesday. rushed to the Alachua County p. m, for the purpose ol W. L. Wall, Could Be RebuiJt At Third

.'9t. the Circuit Court A. J. In the gun battle that followed the Laird was apparently stricken Hospital Gainesville, where he hits checking the validity of name! Prominent ResidentWilliam Cost Of New Site

ias.': ." vgcther attempted holdup, and that he did by a heart attack while making a undergone a number of blood contained on petitions advocating:

with similar certifl not know which one fired the bullet left turn at the Intersection ol transfusion. and seems to be recovering an' election to determine whethei L. Wall, a resident ofj( "

'.certifying to the death by that killed the storekeeper'swife. Call and Walnut Streets He failed satisfactorily. an annual tax should be levied forth Starke for 71 years, and prominent' Camp Blanding should be and probably will be u.-ed in thecountry's

rOcutlol\!of George Wolfork,, The Jones negro was triedIn to negotiate the turn, and the It Is reported that the brothers I In business and civic life here during preparednea program if a full-scale mobilizationplan
,nd 'L.1t:1.? : Robinson, it wrltei Georgia and given the death berries from Dover rolled to a were showing friends their Christmas ,' establishment and maintenance his active career, died Krlday, developes!!, Brig. Gen. Mark V. Lance. Adjutant Generalof

," ,to f: the case of State ol sentence. He was later granted a heavy truck, loaded with lit raw- presents when the accident, of ;a public hospital In Sarke. The January 0 I, In St. Augustine where Florida, told members of the Rotary Club here Wednesday.

da versus three negro ban re-trial, however, and his sentence stop on the sidewalk on the eastside occurred. They are sons of A. E. meeting will be open to the pub he had been living for some time r General Lance emphasized that

convict of first degree mur- changed to life Imprisonment. of the Florida Theatre building \Massey, Seaboard Air Line station lic. with his son, Col. Harold C. Wall. Florida Taxes he
n. the slaying of Starke store- McDonald said that he and Wol- after knocking over two parkIng agent at Lawtey. Chairman M. O. Harrell stated He had been In declining health was speaking only from conclusions -

er D.I/,Ik.Silcox In an attempt fork had at first placed the blameon meters. The truck brushed thaA the petitions would be check for several years Double Since 1945; he has drawn, based on

,oldup'here)' on the night ol Robinson for firing the shot the building but did not materially T. V. Hicks Gets ed to determine If they compiled Mr. Wall was born 11Clay Now $73 Per Capita observations and past experiences,

4.'U,1, that killed Silcox because "Little damage it. The driver was still with the law and if they contained County on May 31, 187:1.: He operated and not from any official capacity

.blnaon&waa, pronounced dead Dump" had not been with them alive when city police officers' Combat PromotionTo bona fide signatures of the required the Starke Ice & Cold Store Florida state taxes have doubled or from' any inside military In-

02 a..,nv' and Wolfork at 9:16.. during the other murders. In his reached him, but died before he Corporal Rank five percent of qualified age Company for many years, and since 1943 according to figures released formation.He .
hre.'*'"re buried In the prlsemetery. final statement however, he said could receive medical attention. free holders on the county registration was a retired captain of the Florida by the Florida Taxpayer
.,; a. the bodies were that Wolfork fired the shot and Highway Patrolman Q. A. Fil- Pfc Tommy V. Hicks son of books. National Guard, a former mem. Association. Five years ago state said that present camps are

ilmed, by friends or relatives.Uork' Sheriff P. D. Reddish believes llnglm, who investigated the mishap Mr. and Mrs. Vernon S. Hicks Anal bar of the City Council, a memberof taxes per person were $33.56 an. now nearing their capacity and
"> 'and McDonald were the this version true as the path of said that Laird had that same Route 1, Starke recently receiveda The Foard the will announce Its at the the Bradford County Board of nually. For 1930: they were $73,90 I that If additional men are to be
.u* Of;a ring that had oper- the bullet Indicated that It was day lost the tip of one of his fingers combat promotion to Corporalfor actIon on petitions Bond Trustees and a former superintendent per person trained and UMT becomes a reI -
for some time out of JacksonataginBr fired by a tall person. Wolfork in .a fan while Icing his load his excellent performance of regular meeting on February S I,, of .the municipal light I I allty more facilities must be put

holdups In surround was 6 feet 2 Inches and wore a of berries at Dover. He had lost duty during recent ground combat the chairman said.Merchant's and water plant.Survivors I Floridians last year in state paid taxes$34 Into use, and quickly
more
per
!Communities In North Florida size 12 shoe.McDonald. considerable blood it was learned, against the armed enemy, In Include two sons, Al- person He said that Blanding's excellent -
I, than did citizens of New Jersey :
South Georgia also declared that I and complained of not feeling well Korea. DivisionOf bertus E. Wall of Starke and Col. $31. more than those In Georgia record of training during

.ey had previously slgnncl con Wolfork had told of his (Wol- when he stopped at Jolly. truck Faced with an onslaught by Starke C of C Harold C. Wall, chief of the Manpower aid Kentucky, and $30. more than World War II oould not go un-
ins Of, their participation InoIdup fork's) participation in the murder rest this side .Waldo. After remaining massed Chinese troops Hicks' division Division, State Headquarters I In Alabama Florida was taxed recognized by the military and

,& slaying of August of a young couple at Ormond there for some time he and elements of other units -' Gets Set For Year of the Selective Service System -! the eighth highest per capita of that there Is no finer location for
aJTuAugusta.! Ga., storesr. Beach about three years ago. The felt able to drive on, but stopped sealed off In northeast Korea In St. Augujtlne! ; a sister Mrs. Infantry training In the country.
all states In 1950. In 1943: Flor-
.:pstor to the Sllcox murder man was slain, the girl raped again at the Service Center Station formed powerful defensive A meeting of the Merchants W. H. Hoffman of Clearwater, and : ida ranked thirtieth. Tha O..neral said that the Florida -
XMfponald admitted having twice and then killed. at the south city limits of positions around the small Hung- Division of the Chamber of Com three grandchildren William Herbert National Gmrd had made

the,',fatal shot In this crime. Sheriff' Reddish said that the Starke. nam beachhead. Task forces from merce was held In the Court House,, Wall Nancy Dutton WaIl and : "These figures reveal that the I II every effort' to retain major facilities

.UorTtty'and'' McDonald also much publicized "large footprint', He believed he was suffering' ,his unit rushed to aid elements of January 8th at 8 p.m. when the Murla Elizabeth Wall. I generosity of the' Florida taxpayer : at Blandlng In the expectation
isaed to their participation teer found at the seen* of this crime from an attack of indigestion, and ''I the division cut off In the Cho- Funeral services were held Sun- Is not limited i to the Christmas and belief that It could bo
in of Wolfork's to doctor. He sin Reservoir area. Merchants and Service Station Holiday season" remarked James and should be used In time
with> several companions, matched prints taken asked to be taken a day afternoon at 2:30: o'clock In again
Columbus Ga., holdup-slay- number 12 shoe impression. received medical attention, got tc Hicks' unit refused to yield the Dealers organized as a Retailers the chapel of the DeWitt C. Jones M, FlemIng President of Florida of need. Mo pointed out that the

Of< Mr*,.;Mary Faust Jones on Wolfork never admitted taking feeling better and once more took ; beachhead until the trapped elements Association Harley Strong was Funeral Home with Rev L. D. Taxpayers Association.: "Already camp's sewage system, water system
.uaryjk; 1919. part In Jhl. crime nor that he fired the wheel of his truck, only to suffer -: had fought their way back appointed chairman with Irwin Haines, pastor of the First Baptist our citizens pay $13.25 per capita much of the electrical distribution -

.'he entered the death cham. the shot that killed Silcox. Sheriff the fatal attack in the heartof I to the friendly perimeter. He and Robbins and Mrs. Margaret Bur- Church officiating. Interment was above the nation's average for (the system, hard-surfaced

,)ft hL..way to the chair Mon.prr Reddish said Starke's business section Only I his buddies boarded small craft on dett working as a committee with, In the family plot i In Crosby Lake 48 states If the present rste of, road and drainage structures are-
will
.\_ '\.0 the fact that streets were almost the beach, sailed out to an armadaof the of Mrs Marlon Cemetery. Increase continues, Floridians Intact, ready for instantaneous
deserted at that time of night ships waiting In the bay and cooperation soon bear'the greatest tax burden service,
To Be Heardi scrambled nets the Howe, of the Chamber of Com of state In the nation -
onto
Mission Spokesmen prevented what might have been up rope Annual per capita any "Camp Blandlng could be put
deck. The fleet then hoisted merce.AU AnniversarySale ," said Mr. Fleming.
Club serious accident.Lalrd's .
Woman's more
International Program At an even Merchants and Service Station back in commission for approximately !
i from
heavy equipment bobbing
,,.,,. body was forwarded by At Alvarez'Alvsrec one-lhlrd of the cost of constructing
Dealers Invited to join.
are I
craft below and whisked the
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Home
--- Jones Funeral Air Force Cadet
DeWitt C
.International Relations a new camp: in some
ie
-1 The Association will have a meet- .
tire 7th Infantry Division to an Store the oldest established
,
mittee*, of the Woman's Club i Princess Anne Md',. for burial. other location," General Lance
the first evening of each,
Ing Friday And OCS Apllicants
ol assembly area In the south where clothing store In Starke is
,tark4.i/tn cooperation with the I The truck was th-: property month, at 8 in the Court said. Hit pointed out that Florida
lines could be consolidated. The p.m. Its 75th anniversarywith
Vernon M. Whayland Of Salisbury,,, celebrating To Be TestedA
rl church groups, will present Hoiis. i needs and deserves a military infstallatlon -
Uertstlng program In the club .Md. Another truck wa:sent here operation orderly but unusually >A *- a at'irewtde! sales..event this ,cs-Uls. kind and hat
swift was the largest water evacuation The' Association has voted for Week and
evening, Jan- from Dover and the strawberries project oJrlcel"'t.or Cadet nothing like it at the present time.
Thursday
:ling \
In American military history the following holidays for the "Our Sale is traditional at
Anniversary will be
reloaded In It for shipment OCS Air Fore training
The were
' 18/'at 7:45 o'clock. pub. north. Corporal. Hicks and members of stores to be closed: July 4th, September ," said W. H. Graham the Gainesville post.office nextTuesday "All grading. filling; and engi-

cordially invited. his unit, clad In pile-lined parkas 3rd (Labor Day), November owner of the store, "and Is eagerly and Wednesday, January neering1 work has already been
rsV,:Mamie Cole Husk will give ",. .' and shoepacs, later regrouped 22nd (Thanksgiving), December awaited by our friends throughoutthe 16-17, for the purpose of giving done. They could move In tomor-
'iortjj talk on the background -_ New 1951 Plymouth to face enemy thrusts from the 25th (Christina), and Jan. Starke trade area. EspeciallyIs row and start construction," the
the,;author of "Near East Pan- ... tests to applicants.
north. uary lat (New YeriI this when higher General said.
Be DisplayedBy this true
To year
I
naVi tile textbook for study by Among the requirements' are The Introduced by
inevitableand speaker was
clothing: prices seem
rat o( the women's church Roberts MotorsThe II I that applicants must be between
many of our customers are Col. J. A. Griffin, present commander
'pLV i S' I I will be Scientist Says Earth Is Entering CycleOf anxious to obtain quality clothingat the age of 20 and 26 years and of the camp and director of
family 1051 Plymouth
ra.: Husk comes from a ; new reasonable prices while they I must have had two years of college. the State Maintenance Shop there.
known in Southern church on display this Saturday at the Colder Weather For Next 50 YearsIn ,' ,
can General Lance was accompaniedto
leL4.: The widow of a Presby. J. P Motors show room on Temple
m" minister,. she has been for Avenue. Mr. Roberts, local Dodge The unusual weather being experienced mate Is shifting from warm to I the meeetlng by Col. Ralph

''y yean In religious education, and Plymouth dealer. extends s all over the country thin colder. New Smyrna Teams Play BHS Here Friday; Cooper, State Quartermaster, also
church to the public attending fall and winter Is merely the I from the headquarters In St. Augustine
'Uant Endeavor, and cordial Invitation preview Dr. Wheeler says weather experts *
<:.... P. K. Yonge Hands Locals Double Setback ,
L---- of about SO of colder
the
""Kci work In many parts of the showing. years have been Ignoring the up

Jt.'i She U now national field I Dr. KellembergerMamie "Designers have given the 1951 climate to come and downs of the 100-year cycle, P. K. Yonge of Gainesville handed P. K. Yonge displayed a. fa"t-
.stat y* of American Leprosy Plymouth a striking new sllhouete, At least, that Is the opinion of and paylgn attention only .to the both boys' cage teams aieL. breaking team good passing and i Rotary Club Buys

iion4 and Interior refinements that are Dr. Raymond H. Wheeler, studentof 1000-year period. The last previous back Tuesday night In the Starke excellent ball, handling. Bradford Share In Factory"

'r.Ti,.Eugrene R. Kellersberger, 'nnovatlons In the lowest price weather cycles, and chief staff I 1000-year warm peak was' armory PK's B squad belted outscored the visitors from the !
second speaker for the ever field." Mr. Roberts stated "Easier of the Climatic Research Division, about 1,000 A. D. The next Is Coach Ingrain's Junior High team floor, but PKY. showed superiorityfrom Corporation
(, general secretary of Amer. to drive and more comfortable .the of the Weather' Science due some time after 2000. the free throw line, gaining
I Leprosy: Missions, Inc. with jj new cars have greater beauty, tion, Crystal Lake, Ill. FOUndti'l This thousand year shift now suffered by a 38-19 a 48-40 score defeat.In while .the vanity 14 points out of 23: chances, while I The Stark Rotary Club has subscribed -

iquajrters.at 156: Fifth Avenue,' more safety feature !and broader" How much colder will on the warming-up side, ha. caused the preliminary game, Brad- Bradford's boys shot only four to a share of stock in the

,.York.; ranges of vision than ever before, Enough so that farmers should be frost lines to advance north ford's Junior High team found It points out of' 18 ch'a c... The Bradford Investment Enterprise.*

''ra1.jg on his world-wide study the dealer said. told right now that growing seasons -, ward In Finland Norway, Alaska, rough going against the good B scoring was nearly evenly divided Inc., the corporation formed for
. strvatlons'of leprosy work, Engineers say .that the new"SafetyFlow the '.will be shorter during the: .KusMa' Siberia and Canada. In team from Gainesville and left the on both teams with Hazen leadIng .'i the purpose of constructing a fac-:

J( Hersberger will discuss the ride" takes next 25 years, Dr. Wheeler believes'Greenland, farms and cemeteries floor at halftime bchld 20-3. In the locals with 9 points follow. tory building In Starke. The action -
.iWejJ played by Christian misSi bounce and wallop out of bumps The public should also be told thatIt ihit! ;had been burled under Ice and the second half the Junior boys ed by Thomas Clark. and l Winkler was authorized Wednesday

, .:In ministering spiritually to .. and here are numerous other Windshield me-- Is being misled by stories that snow' for 600 years are now un played better ball sn<2 managed to with 8 each. Dell and Parrish bv the Board of Directors and,

ten' million victims throughout ft.- rhanlcal Improvements. the Earth's climate I. getting covered. Glaciers have been receding score 16 points, buc PKY .wast. toe with 8 each, were high men for subsequently endorsed by the clust
(world. He will tell how lepitlents wipers are electrically operated warmer, the scientist says. all over the world. Warm far ahead In points for the locals PKY followed by Edge, Anderson as a whole.

1U and ex-patients here and a unique prenaure-vent been added Howard W. Blakeslee, Associated water fish have been migrating to catch up. b-t Mallard with 6 each. In announcing the purchase. W.
Rnlted States suffer bitter radiator cap, which has northward for several decades his Tonight (Friday) New Smyrna:
Press science editor, discussesDr Robert Manning, from guard H. Graham president of the club
permitsthe
,the social stigma of lepJch as standard equipment Southeast winds have been Increas- ,Beach will be at the here
|, be operatedat Wheeler's conclusions as follows position led with 6 points with armory called upon all other civic organi
is without scientific cooling system to during : Ing. Tom McClane second with S. Johnny for games with the varsity and sations to Join with Rotary la

atmospheric pressure Th. present weather change Because of these signs, Dr Arnette led the Gainesville junior high team" Last Friday subscribing to one or more sharesof
.''tII, n Leprosy Missions, Inc., normal driving conditions.interiors offer At war 'predictions based on Wheeler says, the public has been I scorers with 11 points, followed by night both local teams suffered stock In this worthwhile enter- -

chth speakers represent Is The new Plymouth selection of upholstery .- weather which Dr. Wheeler thena told that world climate Is becoming Marshall and Bronson with 8 each. Initial losses to New Smyrna there prise.
Interdenominational ProtestantriCy ,,1( the finest i and will be aiming for victories
warmer. They have not warned The PKY varsity five jumpedInto
Boards of --...------- .w -- and trim and the most harmonious psychology professor at Kansas
' from which 36 at 7:3C
when these teams meet :
lions'draw the full support of Cole Hunk color schemes in the cornpany' University, made seven years ago. about the coming drop. en early first quarter lead 13- Recipients UrgedTo
< 8:30.
the And :
Designers say the He bad then charted<17.000 battles "There Is not the slightest C, but the lorals tied it up In
history.
If.:leprosy Institutions. the New Smyrna's B team just edged Return
Relations I Is unparalleled achievement In world history, to find that chance," he says, "of the world second quarter at 15 all. At
TJ*$ International interior an the high team out 2122.
lead- junior
TumtUe of the Woman's Club Is .wright Mrs. J. L. Anderso.l, Mrs. In combining practicalitywith world wars take place In warm getting steadily warmer nor Is halftime, however, PKY was catch Tom McCline( was high with 8 Christmas Seals
Mrs. berths noted for period. And he pointed out that there the slightest chance that we Ing 1916. Bradford couldn't
follows: -Ir.. E. K. Perryman, : W. E. Middle ton. luxury. Always and Jackson had 7 to his
II'aft.I Mrs. George Kopelousos. : Pearce. Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. I spaciousness. Plymouth now has both World Wars I an II came In will escape a long. severe cold I up though for the visitors had a I credit.points The local varsity lost tc All persons receiving mailing of
17
pointsto
, :. Turney and Mrs. H. C. I B C. Holtzendorf, ),Ira. W. A even more head room and more a warm period. period that Is on the way now. : big third quarter scoring 36-26 at the end New Smyrna also by a 39-27 score. tuberculosis fund Christmas Seals
R. .". Young. Mrs. out In comfort in like. the one 10 and leading are urged to send In their remittances -
Mrs. cold
c Stern, room to stretch periods, After the 1.000-year warm peak Hazen was high point man with
g this group In arrangmeetlng Gladys Harrington, Mrs. James the rear seat.To now starting, he found that although of the next Century, he says the100year of three periods.definitely hampered 9. followed by Clark and Winkler at once to Mrs. J. R. Wain-
I will be the Lewis Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, Mrs. go with the high quality ol wars continued they were cycle will be riding thdownside. Bradford was with 8 each.Tuesday wright county chairman.
Mrs. Lemuel Colson, Is handsome smaller civil conflicts then will be too, when Winkler, playing center It was stated that only about SO
,w representatives from O. L. Beasley. upholstery. there a usually Cold dips foul night January 16. the
men's church groups: Mrs. Mr. H. C.' Brown and Mrs. Edward new instrument panel featuring amore Nations In the cold times turnedto worse. went out the fourth personal quarter girls and boys will travel to St.Augustine ., percent of persons receiving seals
route early In the have sent In their The
ua.Oleon. Mrs. J. R. Walntruction Burns. convenient grouping of con- reconstruction. Love of liberty .. certain he with money.
It Is practically and Hazen. for return games
followed Thomas .
by : total amount collected to date U
Christ
trols. grew stronger. He said says "that within the next few Clark also played the last quarter Ketterllnus In their new gym. On
Rosenberg ThankedFor Among the "high-priced car" lived In one of the cold periods.To hundred years It will get so cold with four personal fouls against January 19 the girls and boys will I I $691.
Course which retained are date, the weather /sear predictions -
features are | at times that again several feet ol play home games with Williston. '
I> Be Givens Pecans Sent six-cylinder. 97-horsepower engine have fitted current his |snow will fall In Rome; rivers -vlll hrm. Masons Install

with a 7 to ,1 compression ratioautomatic tory. Dr. Wheelers present predictions freeze solid; Ice will form on the \ Officers For Year
t ..Edward'srh To Gen. MacArthurSeveral electric choke and safeguard are concerned soley with Nile in the coldest winters; and Big Rewards Available For Persons AidingIn

Rev. Father Wlllam Neu- weeks ago Sam Rosen hydraulic brakes. predictions about the warm cycle, the Baltic Sea will freeze over Apprehending Fire Law Violators I I Officers of Bradford Lodge No.
local secondhand store pro- which he says is just ending, and between Germany and Sweden. 33 F. it A. M., were recently In-
, pastor of St. Edward's Cathjj berg prietor sent a box of fine Brad Bishop Roy H. Short the cold just ahead.HI. In a stepped-up campaign .a- tension Ranger Cooper at. Telephone .stalled for the new year as follows -

' Church,. has announced theniriif 'I ford County pecans to General studies show two Important E. C. Williams gamut violators of Florida's forest 17R-4, Starke. I.i, :
'! ; ,of a Religious Instruction Douglas McArthur In Japan. To Lay Cornerstone cycles one of a hundred years between fire laws. District Investigator Bankers rewards and the Boardof I Freeman Register Jr.*. W. M.:

uurMHMi Monday evening Jan. This week Mr. Rosenberg received Of New Church two warm peaks, the othera New S.A.L. Agents Earnest Eubanks of the Florida Forestry rewards may be paidto I I Harry W. Lappe, S. W.; Mack
thousand years. We are now Service has again remindedthe any Individual. except employeesof .1. W. C. E. Hernwall.
8 in the church. .the following letter of appreciation Forest | Futch, ;
at m. Lake
p. Bishop Roy H. Short. resident entering the cold half of a hun C. Williams, a native of public that several rewards the Florida Forest Service. treasurer; C. A. Futch. secretary;
I'be Tela.. will continue every from Col. Sidney L Bishop of the Jacksonville Ares dred-year cycle. Wheeler says. Butler, became local agent of the are available to citizens providing Thus It Is possible for any one Individual Robert Barksdale, S. D.; D. L,
.> 14* ?night thereafter, afford- Huff, the General's Alde-de-Camp Church iwlll lay Saturday, total rewardof I
) of the Methodist The cooling signs he says, actually Seaboard Railroad on Information leading to the arrest to receive a Thomas J, D.; Lavern Outlaw. S.
(',*JJ the people of the communWbo "Dear Mr. Rosenberg: the corner stone of the new Starke began about 10 years ago. January 8. Hi succeeds Miss Annie and cnnvtcltlon of wilful fire law as much as $350 for providing S.; Walter King. J. S.; V. S. St.

,. may be Interested an op- "General MacArthur has askedme Methodist Church Sanctuary and Arctic explorer Donald MacMillan Darby who recently retired after violators.The Information needed by the State to John Marshall; S. s:. Sparks.
Utty to obtain first-hand in- Building on Tuesday \
!: to write and thank you very Fducatlonal returned from the North last summer since Florida Bankers Associationhas convict a woods burner. Chaplain.
of o'clock In this capacity
tlOa
about the teachings 16 at 4 serving
rm
afternoon. January with report that not In : set up a fund of $1OOO to b* Investigator Eubank pointedout
" Catholic Faith In order that much for the delicious box of pecans "r.' Shuler Peele, District Superintendent -. had there a been so much Ice. the retirement several years age offered' as ten $100 rewards, and I that "If more than one person

ry might all the better underjid which you were so kind at of the Gainesville District In years recent years. winters have be- of T. J. Griffin.Mr. the Florida Board* of Forestry has, gives Information In a single cue Income Tax Blanks

\ their Catholic neighbors and to send him. The pecans wen of the Methodist Church will Williams has been with the a standing reward of $250. that leads to the arrest and conviction for Income
much se Blanks
snda.' 'also be present for the corner ton<"t come sporadically more the violator, the reward Application
enjoyed by all at th t 1' that of '
person
thoroughly He explained any
suffered an unprecedented Seaboard for 33 years serving as tax to be tiled by Jan. 13th.: may'be
rhi class will also s rve as an and the General laym vere. Palestine having Information about a forest will be split between the Inform' Chamber
appre. the
'portunlty to Interested Caths-: Embassy an thoughtfulness
dates Churct
i ,1MT4* refresher course In the I your of the Starke Methodist have appeared of the sort charac- the put two years he has beer the matter to his District!, arrest and convlcltlon: on careless them.
a 5 1 teachings of their faith. generosity. He ser.d you his belt are cordially Invited to be pre [terlstlc of the periods when cli agent in Madison. Ranger at Lake City or to Ex-!: : violations.
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mildew from clothe soak them In I Mission Station, and heard a J'.DA

this solution. Put one-halt cup of I good sermon. Sunday was a nice, A Three Days:=
LONG BRANCH
' s
I r Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Chlorox or some bleach in a two warm day so most of our crowd

11if quart and fill Jar with add water.ono cup Soak of vinegar until By Mm. J. L. StricklandWe went without wraps and didn'tfeel I Cough IsYcj

i 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNlllt-IlDITOR mildew disappears and then wash the need of them going

.. usual. Save the solution for were called upon last weekto But, believe me, we all felt the Danger sigma
another days bleaching. BeforeI conduct the funeral of a dear need t>f raincoat before we got
rublhbeod Every Friday _rfTpTOlr and Entered Second started quilting I put finger 'hall ly beloved Christian brother and back home. We all got wet- Creomulsioarelieveepromptly .1e
CU Matter at the Post T k office .t Starke, FIa. .UeQPONrCASNEBR.1Tereln .== polish on my fore finger and friend the late Ed Grlffis-a even the boss, Mr. Strickland to it loel help right loosen to and the seat expel of the.J1It.iI:
i needle won't It man who was loved by all and scmxidli
thumb so the pick
I who was the only one In the phlegm and aid nature to taaerm't'iheal '
MEMBER 1951Bubscrlptlon$2.50Annually I forget the trouble quilting. I thought to save that I and make them sore. who seemed to love all. AJ whole congregation who took a raw, tender inflamedIfeTVh'\
of the world and busy. myself wonderful, day .until I had time: HERE!: ARE MY DOUGHNUTS: many of you know, he had been raincoat. Well, this&!! seems to be membranes.Guaranteed to all I *
Month.RUSSIA'S Invalid for 30 but he or money refunded. Cr 'Jch t
'I.Bo For SU an years om"
I, with the homely tank I uliig a and was older and enjoy the Cream together: 4 tablespoonsof or bemoaned typical of Florida weather, so I stood the test of million!of UtptQr.CREOMUI'Si .
complained
... Hong and pray much. work. Well, the day and time I' butter and 1 cup of sugar; Add his never misfortune of being confined think I will\ carry a raincoat ttwjnllmt
I t has nrlved. I put 'my first quilt every time I leave the house, even ::
Tlnne has wind-swept corners and beat well 1 teaspoon chair and for
I two eggs ; to a wheel finally
TOO HIGH if the is Couth Clout Cold,
PRICE) FOR PEACE In the frame. Don did help me sun shining. Awhjjoyec
: 't{ I where we stand salt; 1 teaspoon vanilla and some the last two years, confined to
, article on International and the frame
U. S. News! & World Report began a recent Afraid to move to face a new straighten adjust nutmeg; 1 cup sour milk; 1 tea his bed, unable to turn over or .jurs;
affairs with these words, "Joseph Stalin once again demand which I borowed from a neigh- spoon soda. Flour to make a feed himself. We estimated that e,,,,ere {I
Russian bor. They are real old and be- ...
is making an offer of peace to the West. The 'Till the tins soft dough that can be rolled. I between five and six hundred ---- ;it'CJ
1 dictator makes/ it plain that peace"can be had now, as it could suddenly us on gust pushed lady long across to Aunt the Mary street the I Invalid b avc have all things cold but the but- people attended the funeral, at- From where I sit... by Joe h1ar'IFriendshipFour '

, have been had all along:, at a price. Down a strange breathless course been quilting and only stopped 'ter. I find no trouble then rollIng testing the love and esteem in ::
, "at For, and cutting the cakes. I use which he was held. ..ten,,
I The catch, of course, lieS'in the phrase a price. -no chart at hand. long enough to write this to you I Istoi
I according to the same well-informed magazine, here is what Time has wind-swept. corners all. Whoope! I wish you could I an Iron skillet for heating the lard We have a correction to make Lleer:1
for in Asia-abandon where turn I flll It almost to the top when In statement made some time
we a
, t Russia demanding: "Asking price peace ; ere me In my new glasses. Igot '
( j Korea to the Communists: give China's UN seat to, And the few who pause to coun- the Denote!! out and drove Into melted and add 1 tablespoon of ago concerning the number of
, 1 the Communists; give Formosa to the Communists; give sel or discern Sioux City alone and had my vinegar. Fry nice and brown. 1 I living; charter members of the Thousand Miles Apartrelr: t1
make all the dough, cut them outlay
: Communist China a voice in deciding Japan's future; withdraw Are pressed upon by all the human eyes tested and picked out the then Black Creek Baptist Association (
) for tide, them on a floured paper, Instead of Mr. Strickland being Never the of how Dad always thinks Ja,
forces from Southeast Asja. Asking price peacein new frames. They are gray quite got hang besti
J Western! permanent Russian control of Eastern Germany Heavy with ancient griefs that plastic. Kind-a decorated up begin frying. These are good. the only living member, we have to play chess myself, but I'll\ say mellow glass of beer bemaKi
Europe-accept in the management of Western smart and burn. with silver I believe. My eyes Could use sweet milk and baking. I learned that John McCormick Is this for the g.me-it started one chessboard. And the fellow! )*-'
i, ; give Russia Russian a volte control of Albania, Hungary, Bulgaria Time has .wind-swept corners have failed me ao the last three powder In place of sour milk.I still living: The McCormick of the strongest friendships I land writes that he does tic"1'\\.1
Germany; accept where we stand. Diggers sweater on him whose death 'notice we saw was 1 U
: abandon plans toVipin years. When I was a WAC they put know of: between Dad Wilson In "Almost as If we were In thi"*
Rumania. Poland, Czechoslovakia" : ; Confused by bandit cry and wise tested 20-20 but time does tell) and tied him down !In the yard. It Big John McCormick of Raiford our town and a fellow in Sudbury, room,"says Dad content;*1d<
,''i., ....I western.. Europe rearm command! on ones eyes Anyhow I cannot Is getting colder so I must go get We are sorry to have made this England. From where I sit you mox 'a
sky-high price, but Russia shows no evidence Susan Merrlmam Gearhart him. I to a birthday mistake. : '
\ This is a II see very good without them now. am going The two of them hart never met about diplomacy and foreipr
y that she might ,be willing to lessen it materially. It is I It seems to me the above poem I'surely am proud of them. Got party tonight. Just down the We attended Church Sunday, or seen each other-but for eight Icy, but It'* often little !" Otheor '
I equally clear that the United States will not pay that price or MS this time and season. We myself two new pairs of shoesand street, about four or five women had a larger congregation than nine they've been playing; things-like a game of chn, pr
anything resembling it. It would in the American view, be have many kinds of wind-swept a new black cloth coat witha We eat sing and laugh. All are we have been having secured chess by years mail together. Dad glass of beer-that can mitf.3
puzzles
potentially ruinous corners. Those like the weather Persian collar while down to neighbors hero close. I am In the t I
, J I appeasement of a character even more two new members for the Extension over the Englishman's latest tolerance and understand
than that of Munich just before the last war. gives \III out here In the great town. Fun. I got home a little dining room. The sun shines so Department here at the letter, takes a couple of days to between people of diT( raitions Vial
l west. I like for the wind to; after 1:30 I made time. pretty outside. The snow sparkles
: so good between here tLc bd"d
to folks .
certainly do not see eye and then airmails
eye think it ,
Yet the Western over a
powers blow. But the wind-swept corners Went to the dentist and found I In the sun. Some day I plan to fresh vegetables the year around 4
: on the matter. Some of them would go a long way toward that* times gives us, so full had two small cavities. Flnt In come back to Florida to spend the At present I shall be happy in chart of Aw next move O .f fCvpyrlght :
{ meeting Stalin's demands. Britain, for example, despite the of problems and the wise men about 12 yearn I have an appointment remaining years. I want to buy a Nebraska work away be happy C/w t6 uggvas.s
1 fact that British troops are fighting in Korea? wishes to Rive differ on what we must do and to have them fixed. We home and enjoy the warm sunshine and not worry. Right? God bless .

Red China a seat in the UN and let her have Formosa. Italy what we must not, that it make have a J good\ dentist In this town. the year round. I enjoy the you all everywhere. ,1931,,United.. State Brewers f''''i-Ur:
and France, despite brave words from some of their leaders, our heads swim. We are confused We burled his sister not too long ocean, the palm trees and all the LOVE, LURA ,nn
I seem willing to go to the most extreme lengths to avoid war for there Is nothing that /we ago. The weather here has been, c.e.,
-lengths which would in the view of many authorities, pave as civilians can do at thin. very pti feet for winter. Not much snow .
the way for Russian domination of Europe without the fir- moment to relieve the tension.So at all here and just enough to cover
l, ing of a shot. I wisely refuse to worry aboutIt. over the black earth. Last! night
I put my !l''* and country In got i down to zero. Went to church
It is apparent, therefore, that one of the hardest and most .
1 God's hands. I put on my apron last Sunduy. We had our comma TTry
\ basic tasks now facing this country is to persuade Western and go to the kitchen. I made, nion. I came home so much hap LOVE
Europe to do something more than talk about the Red menace. cake doughnuts this morning pier. No matter what the ails ol wl
'j i The feeling is unquestionably widespread that we cannot save The kind Mama used to make the world, If one just has faith,
I 4 Europe until and unless she demonstrates her willingness to I used, pure hog lard. I also used they will not worry. I don't any
do for herself. Various commentators, the brilliant Walter (country butter and buttermilk how. Our preacher said: "Sanctify -
p Lippman among them, think that this view is now predominant They are really\ good so my husband Yourselves, for Tomorrow the I
Prices Sat.
STARKE FLORIDA Good Through Jan. 13th
r'f in the minds! of.the American people. says. He is very fond of Lord Will Do Wonders Among --- ,
The hope of stirring Europe into action now rests, large- them. I also have whole wheat Us." So if we do get right with -d
I individual-General Eisenhower. His selection as bread rising now. Soon be readyto our Master, why worry? Look for We
; ly, on one
make Into loaves. In the front
Pact nations was the wonders.
of all the Atlantic
I II supreme commander inevitable. His prestige abroad is 'undoubtedly spare bedroom I have a quilt In CLAY HILL-I continue to get Plastic Table
virtually
the frames. 11t'11I an eight pointed Lamps Only 99i
American. During the last letters from chlldien. Just 1
Ii greater than that of any living ntnr. I made It all by hand my ,a ,
I ,
war, he demonstrated high qualities of statesmanship; no less this lovely quilt top. Whoopee! card from Ella Mae Oateen, and welt
than military virtues' lIe is driving and single-minded. It I' matched the colors in each another letter from Chrlstee Bell
is commonly felt that if Eisenhower can't do the job, no one block, ao there would be no Carter. Makes my heart so glad ARMOURS FREY Sr
can. clashing' colors. I had to buy I I do enjoy Long Branch news too. BENTOSMILK
General Eisenhower has gone to Europe with a command some print as I did not have That tells about everyone at Clay
which, measured geographically, is the largest held by any enough left from my dresses. II I Hill. I have a nice Christmas card
single commander in history. Yet, measured in terms of divisions wanted different colors and from, my boy, Leon Carter, ,:who 1 lain
and air forces and fighting power, it is pitifully terns. It Is a thing of art, and I the service,stationed at Colum- Corned Beef i
small and exists largely on paper. It is his appointed task to can see why our gra"ndmoU1eral I bus, Ga. Wish I could heart' from
remedy that situation-and to reconcile all the conflicting loved to make them. For many,L. C. Johns and Marklee and IV4II
years I have planned some day to Willie Padgett.
views and old jealousies and enmities which have stood in the ,
the'
make a quilt and do all HELPFUL HINTS-To remove
the oarliest possible time. It can be said .
way of a remedy-at -
with full truth that the eyes) of the world, East and West alike, 'TALL '

will be upon him. Important News for 3 29c 29' '

CANS 'CAN
THAT SALES TAX LAW .
and
Growers Stockmen
Between" now and the convening of the 1951 legislature I.
a revised sales-tax' plan should be worked out and agreed .
upon by enough of the members! of the legislature to insure -

Its adoption in the early days of the session. Too easily a CALIF. 303 CAN WHITE HOUSE .fApple LARGE SIZESUR
I measure concerning the sales tax could take days of valuable
i
< time and too easily-If left to the haphazard suggestions Sauce 4 FOR

, could have. turn out be a more inequable law than 'the one we now r PEACHES ]


I With Gov. Fuller Warren still against a "general" sales ,

", tax, and the chance that he would veto a bill he consideredtoo 303 CAN GA
11a
"gen?ral," the revised law should be handled carefully. 1

Furthermore there should be careful study given to what 2.49C:; Field :Peas 4 FOR 49, 2 FOR49

;, ever. reports are available as,to the workings of the presentlaw.


So far the only suggestion, we have seen for revampingthe
tax measure is one that would provide for the taxing of iUI I SUPER BRAN I)
everything that !18 sold In the state-not now directly covered OLD GLORY

l by a state tax. In'this plan nothing. would be eliminated : 49':
6'
from the suggestion tax list t but> has food started and medicine.The opposition. from big business CLOROX Pork & Beans r OLEO

firms which now have the odd concession of being spared a
sales tax on any amount exceeding$100 on a single order. It Sure you handle your farm with care! The better QUARTS --

really would be quite a shock to a firm to have to pay the the care the better your fertilizing and pest 303 CAN LAND O'SUNSIIIN;
state three per cent tax on say a million do liar order. ,control program-the better your profits I
The law as it is has many defects. The means for collecting That's where your Wilson &Toomer represents 3 FOR 49c Golden Corn 4 For 49C 2 LB. 49

the tax Is so inadequate as to be right silly. But' as we five can save you time and make it easier for you.

said in the beginning, whatever revisions are to be made He is a local man, living in your community. He
should be worked out in conference well ahead of the convening -
I of the legislature. And it wouldn't be bad businessto represents a staff of Florida agricultural chemists, .
, invite all citizens to express opinions as to how the law scientists who have been studying and experiment
I could be improved. ing with Florida soils and pests for more than halfa w A1I0
I Melbourne Times century. Stands to reason that Florida farmersget O J ,
{ f' I
profitable returns from using Wilson &
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, Every Branch of Toomer's doesn't it?Ideal Fertilizers and FASCO pesticides 1 mmim

Call your local Wilson & Toomer representative

INSURANCEH. today. He'll be glad to help you select the Ideal TENDER LARGE; SIZE FOR BAKING mat {
STEAK Pork Roast
Brand Fertilizer for your operation.And don't forget

to ask him about Fasco Pesticides, tool r Rome Apples LBe 49

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Constant Service Over 50 Years Watermelon Fertilisers DwtaSpra CARROTS 5 FOR 49

Top Uivuem >'.. Rib Brisket Stew lb. 43c
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t Also Ocala and CainesviUegWILSON FROZEN FOODS
OPEN 6 A.M. TILL 10 P.M
SPARE RIBS ib.
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Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car / &To OM ER' Pig Feet or Neck Bone lb.15c' BEANS English Peas

I by the new Silicone process The new COMPANY
way to lasting; car beauty $7.50

i e WATERPROOF 9 Corrosion Resistant FLORIDA COTTAGE CHEESE 1 Ib. 17c 1 2 For 49c 2 FOR 49

Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Division l .f Wiltoa l sad Toonert

And Accessories Peninsular FvrtllUor Works-Tampa, Florida .

Cartledgo Fertilizer Company-CMtoslak, Florida EDUCATOR SALTINES lb. box 2f' for 49.


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ZiJJA JANUARY!' 12. 1951 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE. FLORIDA
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r see and :Mr. and Mrs. :J. K. Northin and Mrs S. C. Harley of Hell. 1 ''II.' ftpprixlmatnly t 3.500 vnllon* I tu S5 I Floridat I. j I

6 ;A'TE' FARM I Stockton Ga., during the past LAWTEY bronn were dinner guests of Mrs ;',Uxltmim p rcI fh'etlonr.. .Your A U tJ di-trreea, GiaMtvis' F Mln-, ,,I j,I of The the said city Bonrd of Htarke' of 1lurldatrcaerv. .- !Mary: LHMIIM mug.. ,Caavrrrr.inBmoot*'I i. Plaintiff, Defendant MICllfinn t plaintiff>'Ji"1J\T', 'srl.s Iceraph, diver shall. ,, .l'"MI. Tradfordr h this
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m n not f"ur w.kly
a4 week. Ruth Barthlow In Mlddleburg last I,'"tnVIc.a" hy 110rlea "leRree"'''' K F.Bv-n e thw nit bids.rlwht tu accept or r..JoelI""Y J Case No tigg] Witness wy hand and oft.,. lal iHiiuenOFFK'tAL. .ra'
or
I Mrs.:1..A.: Bouvier of Miami. L. 11. Futoh Monday evening. The occasion 1 a'130d.' .*rr;. F. JUl (210( 1 dagt.e; Order Of PekllrBtloo ABI ITotleo T. at M'A' rk... Fonda th1. /oJ' t emb..r
J Bryan \\Tiltfleld of Mrs Barih F.. 6li,14' tartan Rreldae u Sd.' ,I HOARD OF POND 'rnt'WTKns, Appear rAIK' 01" KI.OIIIIIA lot 18th 1'r.o
who with Mr. Bouvlers la visiting being the birthday ; CITY: OF HTARKU:. KI.OUIKA "I".n" ,
lax Viscosity 1ug.'nr Ktnimr. whono rcslu .
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60 1 SEAT
Mln. ) A. J Thom
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rd.4IoI'1'Io1I.I'7;;: relatives in McIntosh spent the The low who Is a sister of Mrs. A. One years fuel. fly .rl. Jolm, City Ple,9t 'm'e l IH Tlftnn.\ .PorirtA; : A. Clerk of said. Court
Lawtey City Council metIn supply oil UIJ2 .It I .
Pary31t3ebratlon weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. Harley and Mrs. Wells mate' ) callons. 'APpr"I, I j| Ii'' You arc rniiili.>*it t t.i nppenr on r/iii1UErn: Crosby'Stare y Clerk
past distillate: I
regular session last
i nl''P .
: on Monday' f uel gravity I.7" 32 IB Circuit Coort ar.dfotd .... hoveatnrd Knight, Florida
' of their eighth4.lnJCanniveraary J.: L. Williams. evening In the City Hall with The regular business and pro. Attv- for Pit. a21| 4t ills
/ Mr and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfel- Councilman Harley Parrish, Kelly gram meeting' of the W M. U ------
rL'2Deanli: : Fancher entertained held in the home of Mrs. T.
. low and Miss Melba Strlngtellow Shuford and DInkins present. was
th dr home Saturday evening:. were in Lake Worth with Mr., This being the last meeting ol J. Terry on Tuesday of this week.
''charming decorative effect was and Mrs. K. W. Parka for several the old Council all the old bust Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuae who
:ptured t by the placement of: days the early part of this week. ness was completed and the outstanding have been living in Graham for NEW '
/tted plants at points of inter- Friends regret that their .visit bills were paid. Then th e the past several months returned i
,tt* A television program was was occasipned by the serious council: adjourned.The to their home here this week. I J
Joyed ia and during: the party condition of Mrs. Strliigfellorv'f the :Meth. 1i
elected officers Weekend guests at
newly were
,lure egg/; nog and fruit cake mother, Mrs. M. D. Carter who dlst Mr. and Mrs. i
then given the oath of office by parsonage were I
Js ere';courtesy,,',served. were Invited Mr. to and share Mrs has been Ill for many months. Mayor Anders, and the new W. R. McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1951 PLYMOUTH i i'j

r rD. rancher, Mr. and Mrs. )K Mrs. L. W. Murphy returned Council proceeded to organize by B. Bayemore and children De.anna -
,4 Harden,, Mr. and Mrs. H. O Wednesday from Ocala where electing J. E. Wall as their and John Jr., and :Mr. and
: she had visited Mr. and Mrs Chairman. Mr. Wall is a new Mrs. W. T. Walters Jr., all of
_tte f'3rd.;, Mr. and Mr. George
' Charles Ford and Mr. and Mrs. member of the council. He succeeds :Jacksonville
islon ands Dr. and Mrs. H. J 'j
I.ICU, "i Curtlrf W. Murphy. While Mrs H. C. Harley, who did not A large number of Lawtey
\". Murphy was in Ocala Curtis W. ask for re-election, to the Council. people were attending the Sing .
Mr ;and ,Mrs. Byron Evans olrlandof Murphy who was. in the reserves, Other members of the present and Homecoming at Hellbronn I
' ( announce the birth of 1 1olr' reported to Camp Cook Calli., Council are H. C. Kelly Winton Baptist Church last Sunday.

! pond, Gerald Byron Evans as SSgt.| with an Infantry Tank I Parrlsh Sidney Shuford and Rev' and Mrs. A. E. Massey
i January*, 9. Before her mar- Battalion. Mr. and :Mrs. Troy Charles Dlnklns.
have spent some tints In Gainesville -
ig. Mr,:$;Evans was Elizabethx Eason and little son, Ronald of The new Chairman appointed
this week at the bedside of(
) and{'wlth her parents Mr. Rockjynount N. C.. who were Councilmen Farrlsh, Dlnklns and .
lived here visitors ''of Mr. and Mrs. their son, Edward Lee. who la .
id DlrstGeraH Cox holiday Kelly to serve on the street committee -
1e> ItttU newcomer Is the great. Murphy here accompanied the and Councilmen Shuford confined in a hospital there as a
?Mr. Mrs. R. H. latter to Ocala. result of a wound inflicted by the
andson O and, and Parrish oi\ the finance cola shotgun
)ix'nd'o,'Mr. and Mrs. :J. M. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews mittee. accidental discharge of a

r.idley.) Y Jis great-great-grand- 1 and little Billy 'Crews of Starke I The Council voted to continue .
other ;:Mrs. :J. B. Treadwell ts were luncheon guests of Mr. and : the membership of Lawtey in the In Circuit Court Bradford Co.n.y,
I .... .
. Atlanta. Georgia Florldai Ck err.AnKfJu ,
present
:\fin Mrs. P. S. Crews last Thursday.Mr. Florida League of Municipalities.After : lannaouno. I'lalnllff, vs Arnold -
it jnak*.(i extended stays here I and Mrs Garland God-win discussing plans for the en- lannacone, Defendant
Case No R204
1th Mr.: (Aid Mrs. Bradley. returned to their home in Palatka suing year the Council adjournedto Order Of P.fcll..tlotl A.d Nolle ToAppear

Visitor*.of Mr. and Mrs. John Sunday after having spent the meet on the regular meeting Arnold lunnaron SFAI'U OK, FLORIDA rvililenr TOt*
Mlwin Sunday were Sgt. and 1 weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. night in February.The and address 1.! : 2u"13 Street,
'n,' Alto*, Suggs of South Caro- Godwin. Urnnklyn New York:to on
You are required appear
la/j' ; who were spending Sgt.ngge' Following a visit with rela- Beginners Department of January 29th 1DM, 'In the above
the Methodist named Court end reuse whrelnplaintiff
weave with Ralford relaw Sunday School
tives in Auburndale Mr. andMrs. levka divorce A I
ves.a;!t; ,,, were entertained with a party at of minor children. Pradford: el ,1T..r.ph
; C. D. Sellers and daughters
Mr''and."'Mrs. W. N. North and i the parsonage last Monday afternoon shall publish.,. this.... OrderIn
Patricia and Emma Lou, returned n"xt four weekly l I. u On Here & The Nation
'Of' Billy: "visited Mr. and Mrs. home Thursday of last week. I from two to four o'clock Witness,my hand and official December seal Display Throughout
at Btnrko Florida this
their 'teacher
. Q. -Davis :Jr., and little Greg- by Mrs. H. C. 25th
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen
'y,' Rawson', Davis in T llahaa- were in :Jacksonville last week Wainwright. Those present,were ( 'FiJflL AS Clerk of aid Curt
Richard Durban, Tommy Jones Haven Crosby Deputy ClerkT.
end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. TV. Frank lAndrum, Stark. Flu
Tommy Harley, Butch Arwood,,
:Jack Nelson. Attya. for Pit 12i2, 4t lllIn
Loraine Priest Duerel Bradley, __ SATURDAY JAN. 13We
WELDINGWe Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Crews Elaine Harley,. Abble Harley and Flnrlital Circuit!.C".baarer7.Albert .rt. Bradford. ('0...", ,
of Starke were dinner guests of Mary Harley. Assisting Mrs Jackson Anderson Plaintiff, ,
Mr. and Mrs. M_ L. Crews, :Jr., at WaInwright with the little folk v". Jean Lola Anderson Cans, Defendant No. 8203

noon Sunday. ( were Mrs Harley Mrs. Margaret Order.of.. p..II..tI. A FLORIDA'lOt.< N.. lro To cordially invite the public to visit our show room The new Plymouth poetesses a striking new silhouetteand
STATU OF
Following his tecent enlistment I''Arwood, Mrs Ed Durban Mrs Jean App"Lola .Anderson who. realdenc and see the spectacular new 1921: Plymouth designed luxurious refinements In the interior that are innovations -
In the Air Corps Jimmie God- H. E. Priest. Mrs. W. T. Walters, I.l : "fc Mrs. Blame Morgan Allalae, in the lowest price fit-Id. Styling
Kentuckyi to produce driving and riding ease heretofore unknown improvements -
win has reported to San Antonio Miss Linda Carter and Miss Pat. You are required to appear on retain all the traditional roominess of previous
Texas. 'rlcla Wainwright, Refreshmentsof January 19th 1961, In the .above I in automobiles at any price I
1 named Court and cause wherein PlymouthDon't -'*.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engramhad chocolate milk, !Vce cream, plaintiff sacks divorce. Bradford
their dinner guests cookies and candy were Curved.: Pounly Telegraph shall, publish thle
the people of Starke as laauea
t Thursday evening Rev. and Mra G. W. Roberts accompanied by Order Witness In n inv\: :t.n'd"official seal Miss Seeing This New "Road
Florida.., )ecemberOFFICIAL Beauty"Roberts
tat (Vicinity one of the most W. G. Colfield of Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and at 271t..Htarke, 1950. .this I
.
Rev. Colfield is the Methodist son, David of Starke spent Sunday ( !!IEAt,) A. J. Thomas
As Clerk of "aid CourtPy
and finest equipped
noderaj minister there. with relatives In Deland Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk

veidlns,shops anywhere. Mrs. Lloyd Suggs and baby, Mrs. Roberts, who had spent the Ink Alan. Jnrkminvlll r. Winter.. ) Jr. .FlorldnAllyn. 203 Hmlth. Ilulld-
Linda are now with the former's weekend in Deland with her for Plf. 1229;: 4t 1'19CM.I '

All i Work p. GuaranteedSMITH'S parents. Mr. and Mrs :John God- father, :J. H. Tatum returned Full' auraAenled J. P.
win, while Mr. Suggs ;who has home with them. bl GARAGE Bcmrcl of Hnnd 9'ruateee of the City
joined the Marines is at CampLe Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Moore of of Htarke, Florliln. at the City Office -
:Jeune N. C. Gainesville were dinner guest In Htarke, Florid .until 2'00
ANi MACHINE SHOPTeiriple nVIork P.M. K.8.T. of Tuesday' the.
Tuesda yof this week Mr. and of Mr and Mrs Frank Jones last Ath day of January 19 M. at which
Ave I Starke. Mrs. P. S. Crews had as their Sunday. time and plnce all bide. l received. PHONE 1 69 DODGE & PLYMOUTH STAHKE FLA.
will be p""eln..n..d) nml read I ,
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAJRKZ: FLORIDA FRIDAY. JAHII ", ''i

I -5>AGE FOUR f Ti1D,

illness of F. M. Norman, who If .
I, I I W. R. Haislop Celebrate !'Dr. F. A. Doty j -
I Mr. And Mrs. PINE LEVELBy 1 suffering after a stroke last Friday rtoMfD:

'Golden Wedding Anniversary December 24I Discusses WorldCitizenship | night at his home. i .:..';;. :' ';,

.. 1 0rOfflre t At PTA Mrs. It. 31. McKoa We are glad to have Mr and .n! i! i .(
1 beautiful golden wedding an- i I I
I Mrs. E. C. Lewis back with us a- i IS.;
i iverssry was observed December For its Citizenship program RRl
We had good attendance at Sunday -
I 24 when Mr. and Mrs. W. R. HILla.i I Tuesday night the Starke P. T j I School and Church at Pine I gain. They moved back last week -'-

i lop celebrated the occasion at their i A heard Dr. F. A. Doty of the the to their home in Brooker Mr. and .
t i Level Sunday with baptism at
home In the Sunnybrook section M History Department, University of evening service.. We were glad tc I Mrs. Paul Faulkner have moved to I PAtTA IJSLE Kite.--.
I at "open house" from two to five I Florida, discuss some of the problems \ -
Phone 29 o'clock. ypw roe, that arise In the developmentof have with us Mr. and Mrs Tony Baldwin. We were glad to have Mr and .:rv :J. B r ,

The lovely lace covered refrf'lh.I the Idea of World Citizenship.Dr Gonzaley and sister, Miss Norms them all with us at church Sunday merly of Starke. n'., >Imya'

v I I meat table wall centered with a Doty stated that the Idea of Gonzaley. all of Tampa, who rendered Dr. R. D. Engle of Berea Baptist announce the birth :

Alma Nell Sirmans Weds Mr. Sheppard |, three-tiered wedding cake topped world brotherhood Is an old one.I beautiful music. church Jacksonville will hold ser- Doris Fay, December: i 'ailed
Miss with a bride a"hd groom. The cake 4 essential element :Mrs. W. E. Hall and Miss Glenda
He said it was the Tacl
f Church At LaBelle embossed In I have returned home after vices at Pine Level ,Baptist church
In Recent Ceremony was Iced In white of :Jesus' teachings concernIng Crosby >
gold flowers. Burning gold ta the Kingdom of God, and point.ed spending several days at Macon. throughout this week; includingnext PAULA LISLE Hlv"O\ rs. ,

: Miss Alma Nell Strman laugh per flanked the cake and at each I out that in America 'most of us Ga. Sunday. Everyone is urged; Capt. and Mrs. LeI' :;jgj

l ter of Mr*. Scranton :J. Sirmanal| end of the table were crystal holders 'Cate fear world brotherhood because were "fr. and Mrs T. N. Norman and to attend these services and will' nounce the birth of a dot)

i and the late Mr. Slnnana of La- of golden pompoms. Serving I II In the first son Gerald, of Hellbronn, were visiting Paula Lisle Hleatt, born towifo
1do amnority group. lot tc
miss if don't
I Belle and Edwin 8. Sheppard. Bon refreshments during the appointed: Christians we are a re-, Mr. and Mrs. :J. W McRae a they come 29 in St Vincent's Honp ,jthtsonvllle .>
I place as
of Mrs T. H. Sheppard and the hours were Mrs. Fred Wattcrson. } Iglous minority; in the second i and family SundayMr. I hear this great man of God each Mrs. Hleatt th"

late Mr. Sheppard of Starka, were Mrs. :J. C. Sapp and M s. Alton place, as white men we are a ra- : and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and I'' night this week! Please don't miss Mary Torode. Is making (

united. In marriage on Wednesday, Dcnos. clal minority: and in the third! children of Rising were visiting one service. See the pictures of with her mother. Mn \\ *Vfc
December 27, at 7 o'clock In the here, Haislop choose a4 her gown : the Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McRae Sun i Palestine and other places he visited rode Sr., while Capt. Him 9
we are minority group
evening In the First Baptist Churchof for 'he occasion a win place day afternoon. I on his trip. tioned in Guam ViI I
colored\ who had established the highest
LaBelle. The double ring ceremony -\ ,crepe afternoon drem Kelly, Mrs\. Louise Ward fo Starke standards of living: that the world I, "om..1'"
by the Rev. ed, with black accessories. She -
was perforned .
I and Mrs, Allene Moore of Tampa I
j
j known.
"'r. Reed, pastor of the Clewlslon ,l wore a shoulder corsage of tne and one son, Fred Haislop of! has evr ,ing convention n at Heilbronn church I Men's
n Christmas motif. I Dr. Doty! listed three things IIIIII Ill I ALVAREZ' STORE
it Baptist Church. '. Starke. 12 grandchildren and 7 ,I Sunday afternoon. E t ablished
II \ The lIal which would be necessary before I
the !
) White gladioli, potted palms, and lops were recipients .Teat grandchildren. Out-of-town We are real sorry to hear of the
+" white In tall candelabra of many lovely gifts from the f his world brotherhood could be. I
burning tapers !guests were Mr. and ]'.r./ Preston
i were used in forming a I 1' assembled pres- come a reality: thl'I
t tit '
cnt. Flllmon Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fill-
lovely setting for the ceremony 1 lam must be broken down all over i

Preceding the ceremony Dennis; I'. Among the guests were the Hals- mon and Mr. and Mrs. Claude 1. The idea of fanatic National. I stor t lde

G. Small of LaBelle sang "I Love I lops' three daughters, Mrs. Inez Moore all of Tampa. hIm must be broken down all over j' /?

b You Truly" and "Because." ,HeY the world. I' w ? ;

was accompanied by Mrs. Small I Worthy Grand Matron And Other OfficialsOf 2. There must be a legal body I I

:! who also played the traditional j II' set up which could adjudicate the ,. -
wedding marches Eastern Star Honored At Banquet Here ; disputes which would arise be. ffi ipS at 7JI :

'; Mrs. Robert Auman of Deland, ween' the people. !
One of the outstanding events of travelled extensively throughoutthe t "
,
inter of the bride, was matron of 3. The third reason Is sociologcal. .
1 the year for the Starke Chapter of United States and for o
1 honor. Her gown was of rose the countries many 1 1. e. people tend to look with / :1.Z! 10talL'OOad.k. "
Eastern Star took Tuesday
full place eign and she described ll
fashioned with skirt
taffeta
: suspicion people who are different -
upon
and sweetheart neckline, and she I evening when a banquet was In a fascinating manner, the or- who have different cus-
given In the Methodist educational ganization's program at home and or .

carried Connie a bouquet Miller of of yellow Miami roses.Mlsa was)I of building Worthy honoring Grand..the Matron official Etbclj visit! abroad.Other distinguished out of town oms.language The or difference color. The might suspicion be in II IIt'

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bridesmaid and wore aqua taffeta. I 1I\: leads to distrust, the distrust J'.o rAP'S
of
Hayes Tallahassee
\ guests were Mrs Verna Brice, t'
Here bouquet was of laven- Flower shadesof late and war. :

der asters. lavender arangements and orchid In and tall I cent Past Worthy Brice Past Grand Worthy Matron Grand; Vin- Dr. Doty potted this question: .. Price poisePOI

Richard Pape of Clewiston served Would the benefits of peace and r
lighted tapers made the banquet Patron; Lena Bird Past Grand
.
as best man, and ushers were table an I human brotherhood be worth to Stonwlde low t
r object of outstanding Matron; Ann Race Associate prftty
t Wilbur Thomas of LaBelle, and the American people the sacrifices dreds of items 011 hun. A
beauty Grand Conductress Willie Mae
:Joe.The ; made to Stead of el'T day.. ,
Ray Kinsey of Port St. which would have to be Ju.t toak
Mrs. Cleo Harley, Worthy Ma Lovett Grand Warder; Mary ry Few .
bride who was given In I achieve a universal social order or ,end oue.d 1'
tron-elect
1 of the local chapter, Laura Johnson, Past Grand Marshall 'peelal. '
marriage by her brother-in-law baaed on the brotherhood of man? e
served as toastmistress introducing ; Ben Welch Past Worthy Pa- Advertised
; Robert Auman, wore a white satin the Worthy Grand Matron, tron of Elmira Chapter, Elmira, I The meeting was presided over I teed for prices ar BUaran_

J gown fashioned with basque waist who gave an interesting report on, N. Y.; Esther Bush Chairman Masonic I by the president, Mrs H. A. Lawon. market one et'fc, eVen thou h

::1 sweetheart neckline and long the advancement of Eastern Star Home Fund, and many past Prices go up.C 8

J sleeves, coming: to a point over the work throughout the state. matrons patrons Instructresses, US t omers' Corner weeb .L _
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wrists. Her fingertip veil' of sheer policy
4 Another featured speaker was and other past officers' from FlorIda Junior Club r 14 kip
f illusion was fastened to her hair Mrs. Mamie Landers of Washington chapters at Lake AsP pemorenath.
; with a coronet of orange blosioma. Gainesville Hears ProgramOf men and women of With r et.
D. C., Past Worthy Grand City. Madison, Waldo Micanopy COI'J'eCc Price
Her bouquet waa of white roses. I In. 1949. She Is now In her second Matron of Florida, Past Most and Lake Butler. ,. Schumann Music are proud of their reputation tot On every Item ply, an marked;

Immediately after the ceremony year as a member of the Starke Worthy Grand Matron, of the General Following the banquet a meet- I efficiency. what ea'h8htersii Itemized 5s'

a reception for the wedding guests I school faculty. Chapter, and now Right Ing was held in the USO building I The life of Robert Schumann I In A&P everything !I. let you save a C A&p you know
was held In the LaBelle Woman's Mr. Sheppard graduated from Worthy Grand Secretary of the presided over by Mrs. W. E. Mld- vas the subject of the talk and your PitKa,6olvp Ger.

1 Club. -I i -, BHS and received a degree In elec- General Grand Chapter: In her!dleton present Worthy Matron of fading given by Miss Louise ; up lo ease you shopping time I tan,1ltA tArosere..nleed TA",.

l ,'.Before returning to Starke where trical engineering from the University official capacity, Mrs. Landers has the local chapter tern. Thursday evening of last and effort w.d..I.... I'",... +"a
home. Mr. of Florida last Auguat. He week at the meeting of the Junior -
they will make their '
and Mrs. Sheppard ylnlted various Is now studying industrial engineering Woman's Club. At the conclusion In all our operations- in the

points of Interval in Florida. at the University and will Woman's St. Edward's Auxiliary of Miss Stern's talk she played tore and behind the scene-we ,

The bride graduated from the graduate In this course next June Hears Dr. Barnett Of NCCW Plans two of the composer' Etude re- I w.rk hard to cut out waste motion''

LaBelle high school and receivedher ordings.. in order lo t'ave
degree In education from FSU ,St. Mark's Auxiliary On World Problems Clothing DriveDr. Mrs. D. L. Thomas, president I you money "SuperRight"The MEAT

presided over the.business meetingat Is there anything you would
Hears Book ReviewSections Ira Barnett, who la cur- The regular monthly meeting ofSt. which time reports of the New I do in AaP to

ently conducting a church school Edward's Auxiliary of N,C.C.W.was Year's Eve dance ;was given by the I suggest we your y
of the "Near East Pan- tralnlntcla.; .. at the Methodist held In St Edward's ref Tea- committees serve you more efficiently and eco

D 1.4rTARKE orma"" were given bjr; Mrs. Lem Church was guest speaker at theWoman's tlon hall Tuesday evening :Janary i Hostesses for the evening were I nomically Please write .\I.l.OOOU nn.txu:
uel Colson, chairmanr'of Christian Club Wednesday after- 2, at 8 o'clock. '
The meeting was Ruth Baker Edith Biggs. Mural Sliced Bacon 51
lb.
CUSTOMER RELATIONS -
Education, at the regular monthly ,
FL-.1\ the conflict between called to order
noon. Dwelling on by the presidents Gardner Sara Torode. Lucille\ Mitchell -
meeting of St. Mark's Episcopal and atheism, Mrs. H. L. DEPARTMENT:
Christianity Morgan, :Jr. Father Jewell Joiner, Jacqueline
Auxiliary: Monday evening In the Dr. Barnett said that the world Is Newhouse, the pastor, opened the Maxine: Gibson Freda AsP Food Stores Ill I'K FIIO'.KN:: FII.LKTS:
12 13 Moorer,
Fri., Mat., Jan. '
Parish House Assisting her were 420 Lexington Avenue
I now engaged in a gigantic struggle meeting with a prayer.It Williams.Business Red Perch Ib. 3
DOUBLE FEATURE I Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. Herbert Judd and Mary New York 17,N.Y. - -
between these two powerful was requested thai all mem-
Olsen & JohnsonIn Thomas and Mrs. H. C. Brown. 'orces. The program was In charge bers bring new or clean mended Women'sCircle F

I Following the business meetingand of the International Relations Department children's clothing to the February Ml PEN IIIGIIT K, ""CV t''O

program the hostesses for the of the Club. meeting, this "' t Sliced Bacon lb. 5i
clothing to be used MeetingThe -
Mrs. Colson and Mrs\ '
Peaches
evening. No. 2'/i 28c
'for aid. can fro
Ghost Catchers Preceding Dr. Barnett's talk, overseas This drive Is in
Brown, served refreshment Woman's circle of
the; members enjoyed two piano selections response to a request Issued by the Business
I II ., .. First Baptist Church met :Monday f.lttDH \ XI UK FI107.KV
the
pAleoNorth I postwar activities program of'theN. AP / I.H4I A \0.
Miss Allen Lawson.
From' 1.---- During by the business, presidedover C. C. \V. Deanery. Mrs. Ruth night January 8th In the Kate ed- Pineapple I hunks 28c Turkeys, Hens, lb. 65
Mrs.
PHONE 218 I Mrs. W. R I kfenge was named chairman for ucational building
the president
The Lone Star Morse by, money was collected for this project and anyone wishing to Sheppard. circle chairman welcomed tar H\UK: A II I.II.\.U\lIU..

(. COLONIALFLORIST contribute clothing Is requested to all members and visitors Pears No. 1 tall 28c
Bill Elliott Dorothjr Fay an art fundFollowing Oysters pt. 89
contact her. present. ,
Cartoon. ft l Serial social period refreshments
the
,
Rev. Haines gave a challengingand
The auxiliary plans to hold a
1 Sun., MIIIM Tiled. Jan. 14-16 were served by the food sale In the near future. Mrs: Inspiring talk on "Unity of .Crushed tap GR"UI' A VO. 2 FOHKMCHT,:: CRE.unu::
hostesses: Mrs J. H. Fields, Mrs Edward Purpose". Hostesses for the eve- Pineapple, 30c
Charbonneau will be In
Abbott & CostelloIn P. L. Bridges Mrs E. M. Davis, charge assisted by members of ning were Mrs. Kate Sheppard,, Cottage Cheese, 12 oz. .. .26PRODUCE
: Mrs :J. H. DuPre, Mrs. C. :J. Frazier the Mrs Harry Houston and Mr. Marion tap (.RCOE A NO. 3H

\ FLOWERSFOR Mrs. E. L. McKnight Mrs auxiliary.The next regular meeting of Howe. There were 17 members Peaches Home Style 44c

i'' One Night ALL OCCASIONS F. :J. Pellum Mrs.' T. H. McNeil, the auxiliary will be held the first present. I

and Mrs. Ed Simpson. Tuesday In, February In St. Edward's lona Flour
25 lb. 1.49
'i In The recreation hall. LionAuxiliary!' .

: Tropics Keystone Inn Scene To HaveSupper WHITE Hut SB >f II.K -

r'' f Aloe Short. & New

J I \"....., Thurn. "a... IT, 18 I Evelyn Deal Class of the Hear Description Lions Club will meet Thursday .t-I....*\.% RKttS IV
DISH GARDENS First Methodist Church held its I Of World Conflict"The night. January 18, for a supper at Chili Gravy 16
V DOUBLE FEATURE oz. - lOc \VIU'O\P' or HKI.ICIOIS:: sM
POTTERY second annual banquet on December 7:30: p. m. in the Lions Den. All

Blue LagoonJean I 29 at Keystone Inn. present world conflict Is a wives, mothers, or sisters of Lion "..... IMGH

Simmons' Don Houston POTTED PLANTS The banquet tables were beautifully conflict between Christianity on are Invited to attend.YarbroughSweat. Spaghetti 22 Apples 2 Ib. 2&J t
.
AND decorated with dirlstma the one side and a militant atheIsm oz. 17 cLibbys ,
: FLOWERS" WIREDANYWHERE t represented by Communism on
and lovely arrangemen
Undertow greens a colorful i the other side Dr. R. I. Barnett Potted Meat .'
I of holly, nine wreaths and 17c
Scott John Russell Christmas balls formed the center of Lakeland, :Methodist leader In Miss Lucille Sweat daughter of,
Brady I Nona St Starke) Lettuce 48's hi- Its
the field of
I Christian Education -
.. at the speaker's table. The Mr. and Mrs. Riley Sweat of
Aim News piece
'" i said to the Starke Methodist Men'sFellowship ; Libbys Beef Stew 45cfinny ,
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Starke and David M. Yarboroughof I
'I ...-1..[ .., table was centered by a large
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Monday night. Jan- iS
-- Macclenny were united in HolyMatrimony
) white candle and a cluster of red .
uary 8. Dr. Barnett is teachinga Sunday December' 17th l'enRt'111TE
I
i bells. Tall red tapers In crystal ,
training class on "Ways of Teach Vienna Sausage 4
at Oraham.Fla. 21c
I holders flanked the wreaths. oz. can
Ing"1 for the workers in the Starke Mrs. is
Placards were miniature wreath Methodist Church Yarborough employedby Potatoes t t 10
School this week
Van H. Priest Co. She returned bag-29ijj s
11111119Corned ,
tied with red and silver ribbon. and was the guest speaker for the to work :Januray 2nd.
sprinkled with silver stars. The Men's Fellowship Supper. Beef Hash 1 Ib. can 42c

goo nut cups were Santa Claus face The men enjoyed a supper prepared Starke MusicaleThe KI.KtTKI: ftlZK IlltllO IltKI-SO J tl '
7 with long beards During the din by the committee, L. D. ;

per soft music was played.: Vlnlng.( O S. Cox and T. H. Slade. Spaghetti & Meat Balls 25c
Starke Musicale will meet la Potatoes lb. 5
f Miss Pat Lamb, class president, President 3, R. Wainwright announced the Woman's Club, Tuesday Jan _ |
was mistress of ceremonies and that the next Fellowshl
16 7:30 .
at
o'clock.
uary : Hostesses "
PHILCCUS gave the word of welcome.. She supper would be held on Monday for this meeting will be. Miss Palmolive, reg. bar 9c'H -1
Introduced the evening February 12, with the following
guest speaker Ada Edward. Mrs. R. S. Frrnan- T.\I.CO
TELEVISION Rev. L. A. Shepherd who gave, an committee In charge: O- flea, and :Mrs. R. A. Green HEGtIARStn:
Inspirational talk on service vid Lewis, Clifton Brown ,and Ce- i Scratch Feed, 25 lb.Cashmere 1.0!
ell Sewl'lI.I Bouquet 2 for 19c
i$ here from Mrs Herbert Deal teacher of WMU Board Notice ,

the class for two and a half years I T.t I.C'O

gave her farewell message at this !Rotary Box SupperSet The Executive Board of the Toilet Soap Octagon 8c
Laying Mash
25 lb. .
PHILCO'BalancedBeam time, as she and Mr. Deal are leavIng For Jaunary 19 WMU of the Baptist Church will -

for Macon Ga to make their meet at the educational building l'j

home. She gave an Inspiring talk J I The American Legion Hall will January IS at 230; o'clock. All I Super Suds, Ige. pkg. 30c T'I.(OGrowing

expressing: the alms and purposes be the scene of an oldfashionedbox members are urged to be present. Mash 25 Ib. 1.1.. 1 ,
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of the class, with
special emphaslron
supper next :Jan.
Friday 19,
the class. motto "Put GodFirat" when Rotarians and their Rotary WMU To Meet Vel, Ige. pkg. -. 30c

NO She concluded her remarks Ann jan.16The r;
get together for
BLUR an eveningof
4 Ends Picture Blur and with
a poem "My Christmas fun. lug point of the eveningwill program and business meet- TAtOIi

Smear Forever! Prayer", Miss Lambe on behalf be the auctioning off' of the Ing the the Baptist WMU will meetIn Granulated Soap 31 c &
of the class* presented! Mm boxes: of food.Operetta the educational building Tuesday ,

Den with a lovely electric clock :January 18 at 3 o'clock. The A P Food StoredThe
flanked by figurines.Mrs. .
See it at PostponedThe program chairman. Mrs. M. F Lifebouy, reg. bar 9c
\. Deal on behalf of the class Hazen Is In charge of the program Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.flJ
1 presented \Miss. Lambe with a children's
'Christ-
C. H. Nasworthy :+ beautiful gift of lingerie and mas In Mexico: ,' which operetta.was to have MARY \TIIEK1NE TETSTONE Rinso, I ge., p k g. 30c Eatlr (:.......4. C..rrl....... lNO !

thanked her for her loyal and been presented at the school Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Zenas TeUtone an. 300 East Call St. :

fi General Supplies faithful service to the class night. :Jan. II, ;was postponed pounce the birth of a daughter. .

The evening was concluded with because of illness In the family of Mary Katherine, at Glendtle Hospital Lux Soap, reg. bar 9c Starke, Florida *\l

!STKKE. .'1.\, SMEAR! carol singing by the 25 guests who Mrs L. A. Canova music directorof Palatka Tuesday. December :
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Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Dobson ot Word has been received here of Mra. Laura Johns Is very ill Older In next four weekly t Issues.S'ltnrss and offlcora check, I II par vntu "f |-.c oAts si""(, Os. ,
Sr rt.rsSSSflrtSS \ hand and ,
-= Sr m> official Beat i-lo 1 11.H41 8TOTAL I
Marietta were recent' callers oi, the passing of R. T. Bell of Elgin. and her many friends are hoping at Stork, Florida., this January 4lli.. ,I I DKPOHITS 2.061.71111.06 I --.-

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward and Ill., on December 30, 19SO. Mr. for her speedy recovery. 1'iM! I Bills payable, t villticoiinta, anil I M.o....... .
(OFFK'IAI SKAt.) A J ThomnBAB I nthtr lliibllltloH I for' bor- I plvdffd or amiitnd
John Uglow. and Mrs. Bell will be remembeied Clerk: or sid; Com t tIl 1 I r..w.,1 t inimi'y H 1.000 00Ollior I II to incur llabllltUi
ilic here as they often wintered herein : 12 Armstrong linoleum and \' Hn>'en (CriiBbv Deputy CUik !I llahllltloa 17.012.11I Rod fur olhfl, Ion' ''"., 4H( ", I IH918
flay Si''Idon-Reldon Hu III ..
I I t>
Friends of Mrs. E. L. Mcknight' the past the guests of the ('...nlllulf'''.... I'loral unit tile patUruo. I"."" 'H,.|,,.,h,, Floilila' Inlf. > i I I TOTAL UAMLtTIES! I I. 8. L. Peek Jr". Caahler of the
Uglows and other friends. J Hurt Furniture Co. I AUfii,, IMf 111| 4t 3;tIn I (not Including' aubordlnatxl I II abyva namad bank do lolamnly:
will be glad to know the has returned -' -- I o h 11 tlonaxhown I swear that the abova atatamant la I
THE NEWS to her duties at the Health C.Irvillt ('.....t. ".....r..rd 4'",,,nt),I below ) ,203,711.171 true, and that It fully and eurraetly:
In Circuit fuurl. llmUfurd Taunt*, I repr..nt. the true
rlorldal. In ( hnneerr.Kwald state of the
.
.. 4 Department after a three weeks Mrs. E. K. Perryman returne lurliiH l !. i hnnfirr* l.uitwlir., IMalnllff. "". Rllii I Capital Aertmnla I aavcral "' .U.. herein containedand
- absence due to illness. to her home after spending a weekIn A. I. ltHUn. 1'lulntlff. v*. Jnwvl111.H. i, a l l..t tli I1lnrl".rwa..1: l 1.1101 w II(. lie.feniliint 'upllal, 0n,000.00itlitptts act forth to the bat of my:
\ trU, Iiifinilunt CUK* No. 8214 knowledge. and belief.
.
(CaB No. 9211't 180,00000I I
\\r' Mrs. L. S. Hutto. ao- Mrs. John Vanderoeza of Long Jacksonville at the Bryant S. fled.. or r-ihllmllon mid Mollv* '1'oi I Onler, Of I'nlillrnllon. ...I ,..tI.e. "l'i.> I I nillvlili.il, profits I 2400618 I Curreet-Atteit: 8. U Peek Jr. I
Island N Y., la the guest this Carroll home she could be near .. >rt. ,4..er. or u",." IMrmllnn"rilU Kxanrvna anil utlrem."t I R. P Markham
led 'by Mr and Mrs. E. O. Bargain Galore! at AlvaretStore. so M> >rnr BP4III <>l" "'I.on"101 t
npR P. A. iirlnHcmHarold
u.> frLOKIUV 101Uwcl ai mint fin
Khxabelh t tilorla leer vnlll. l.iiilvlw.w i prrfi'treil"Pltnl
week of the L. S. Hutto family. her son, Comer, who was confined '.,. ... Wall.
nrtck of St, Petersburg were :nth AnnUcrnary Sale now ItutUll abuse l ld
.l ed' ;o Belton. 8. C., Saturday on. to St. Vincent's! hospital. Comer unknownuu\ are. required to larva. yuurHnuwvr Cnrpentfi' I.iiie, Philadelphia( l'.nn.sylvania TOTAT. CAPITAL AC- State of FlorIda. Director..

accou.nt1,of the death of Mr.ito' Mrs. P. Hutto. of Savannah. Ga. underwent an operation: last Fri. I ur t>th..r plandlniiii un FoblUMry Yon are: required to appear on "lll'o.I'1'1I: 258.530.51 County of Bradford. *.:

, 'Mrs. Garrick's sister spent last week here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter had day and is getting along nicely. i U. HH In the .itliuv imin e,1 FehniBry, IZih. Ifflt, In the nlmve, Sworn to and "h.'rlb..d hwfor m.-
and .. TOTAL f. fA '
Court ml wh ln nH.ITIES thin .
Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Mr. c*usw r plulmirc named Cnurt and tSuIse. wherein 9th tIny of Jnnuarv. 19KI and
... c.roiIoMon.1ottEie Mr .and as their Sunday guests :Mr. and seeks dlvurov.. ItmdfoiU County Plaintiff seeks. dlvoro* TirndforilConnlv ,' AVP' ('At'ITAL AC- 1 hereby certify that I am not an
and Mrs. H. E. Tucker. Mrs. W. C. Faulk and daughters, Mr. and Mra.\ Bury Johns moved ;TnlrMmiilt nlmll uubllnh this VI'd.r Telprr..ph Bhnll pulilleh ibis ( ('tiNTS IKM41. officer or director of thin hank
In nxxl, four weekly IHDUI-M, Order In next, four weekly Ice"**. +Tlil bank's capital con- (1 Sea! ]) John M. (Clodvrln Notary
i I going Wither. Buy Martello and Marlon Maxine of on Wednesday from their homeon I \\ lln.... my hand uiul otrl<'l..1. seal WltnBB mv ham and ,official neat alma ofCommon : I I *'ll. He:

'v r. 't-hci, future at ALVAKKZ' Mrs Juanlta Phillips and Miss Lakewood Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Walnut street to the A. L. Alvarez Ht Murks,IttAl.IUKKICIAI. KlorlJn. ibis din day utJanuery nt Slaike. Klmlda, thin January llttli', stock with total My romnilnlon pxplrrn Jan 18, 1954

th: A lve."'ry /Hale. Sara Barefoot spent Monday 1 In Harley and son Dean of Gainesville home on Bay street formerly I SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas 1\tOKFlfUfc IS 1 PR.H.) A .T. Thom -

Jacksonville.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. McKnlght occupied by the H. B. Sullivan A* Clerk or Maid Court. AB Clerk "or Bald Cnurt
I Bv Haven Crosby Deputy dork fly ITiven" Cruslv. Peputv rk p p TRANSFER AND
of Starke. I Mrs. Sullivan and family have Qwuiii I. I'Httvn, I Stark.! Florida, '1'. Frank Tnndrum. 8lark'. Fin, ALVAREZ & SON
and Mrs. E. M. Davis badas joined her husband at a camp In Ally for Pit. IlLs I| 4i x,2I AII '", for Pit. 1 '12 41 .' II 11. U. STORAGE CO.

Offke Supplies their Sunday guests, Miss Ma' Mr. and Mrs. R. O Pansby visited South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. J.1 %ll'l'1c14' 01"-" 1.t''I"O" I In I.In.nit (.,...;"- llendforil 4'ouiit).

mle Anderson and Mrs. George L. Mr. and Mrs. .1. B. In A. Christmas have moved into the I 'lit l)IM"t>l\M ( OItI'uIt.S'IIeNIiee Morldnl. In I.'l.n.rtllieti k C Wo
Dan&by local
::, ._. .__ operate
Thomas of Archer. \In lurily Klvwn muter I tho ilunn Vltiir it iim' < Ainu Kn.'wunn '
Lake City last Friday. house formerly occupied by the pri u>vl ltinn uf IttHSO, Uiwxof Jan' Hum! )I. I'lulnt, 'ff. VB C'hq't'rSiloI. 1 lJong/ instance
'. Berry Johns family. I PlurUU I I "t'h, r'J5, to ea,1|, ofi I.t..n.t"nl. fiise No. SJI:!U ....-.. k. 8. ALt'AREZt'SON I
.' Miss Verlie Coker of Washington I'lh.'i I c'oiimrntlunn. llntcil brlnw tin I Order Of t'tt lit. l..at.I.e \..,. %.tle.. 'littifienr > c..... ".-.11. anyulH'reln U. S.
/1 Mrs. Ben Rowland who spent 1 -Him. txlnir Int'in poruttul. under I Ihu l rtli': 4>F tlolllllt I lotI'lieeter J MOVING)
D. C.. spent last week ,with her last weekend In Apalachlcola visiting Miss Sara Barefoot formerly of I 'lawn lit Florida. unil urcurdlna In Hnm! wit"*c r-I.I'n"',' aminddi .... .
.
, .. brother-in-law and sister LA. Co Dr. Adams' office has accepted a the r i'.',,ri. uf I Iha t>..i-r. ti>ry of state, CBB IB \lnknon.uYon QJ :: : :; EXCELLENT
her son-in-law and daughter; UK'h soil. every mull uoruoratlonsppvar are r"'iulrr>il In app,<'ar ..n\
and Mrs. James A. Griffin at Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marshall position in Jacksonville. llnqucnt fur thi.*.. (.11) February, tL'lli' I-IB\ I, In th,' .>'.. s' i'p
I lyrnrn' or lucre In rhine of ropurlni I nnmed Court' ft nil can, **. wh.-ieln, STOR.OEF.ClLlTJES
Camp Blandlng. will return there this weekend fora i ami 1 pnymiMit, of tuxes unilor. the plaintiff sects .dlvon"i'. .11 u '.I,ti,>ui' A itA: '-
visit.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan .] l II'i'lek.iie" of l-haptrr, 14U77, LO"'M ,iiinttol, of ,minor rhlld. ...tn1l1l1..
,
Chief and Mrs. Roy J. Anders moved second to their of Florida, Act of 1 93 I, anil. that t' fu'i" l d..onl. v TelPiri' iu'i'Ii Bhall I I putil I UhthlB ,
on January I unflvr lh.. .
I
I..vlo\un.\ .
i of nail l I Otdor In next fourvikl I I' IH _
and daughter Barbara Jean, of and of new home on Westmoreland street. 16HHO Al'tH lif' tdSB. Laws of 'hBI/.r/ silos, 1 -
Mrs. N. D. Curtis '
the Green Cove Naval Base spent paul fntpomtlolm hn\'* he.M flilKKril I \\llneBB mv hnnd nnd, ,offl'lal I cciii! Agent For "i,
Mlchle Tenn., arrived here Saturday BH nbjH-t in dlKHoltiilon. a tot Ihut "t "'",'k". Klurldu thIs Jnmiary 19th .
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.: R to few with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Shepherdand three 131 ?month after dut. of thin ltd DRLCIIKKBKOS. See ua first!
spend a days
/ publication each) and sooty of "n'h'' (oKPICtAI. PIAf. A .7. .>maAB '
O. Danaby. 'Curtis' brother-in-law and sister family mho have been residing -j torpor I lion Hmeil t b.l.nv Hint hn\fl i I Cleik: ..ir *nl.r; Court
.
I'I' : In/one ot Mrs. F. H. Long'sapartments not In th I ) ,,,"..nllm.. flleil I their report '1 Tlv Haven (CroBhv nepnn clerk
Mrs. Hal Glllen and Daughters. Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Halle. moved to ,* ,clu. ant. pnlil tux dun, tmdi>r the '" Frank I.nndi, 'urn, Htai-ki, '. Plorldn
Wednesday I \'rovl.IDn. or (hwpter" 141,77 Ai-l of. Ally. t.... Vlf I III 1 4t III
''; Diane of 1'ernandlm 1111. Toft"'O nt ,. ,,t"I.1 I
Nona street.
Paula and the Sparks' house on PlorMn. ni a I ,
.
(ou I t I Say. visited friends here few days las Miss Alice June Harding has returned ,I will h. .rllfleil, to the Onvernor, In (.Irrult. (.is..ri. Itrnl frI fonnlr
a to her duties with the Western who will (Htm.* Prnrlnmntlon at that I'lorlilfii In 4 .hunterr.Kmllv ,t'
"The best-writing week. Union In Atlanta. Ga. after Sgt. and Mrs. W. H. Phillips of time I I
Krailford ,
SIlO
founlv I \ lltlller Kerendnnt' (CnB No
fountain pen I aprndlff the holidays with her par. Fort Mead Md., were guests of i(i Name 1'rlnplpnl I plnr of l huialn.55. i' Order Of I'nhlIentIn. 4 sot >.Xlei-. '1'*
and Mrs. James L. Cooperand Mrs. M. C. Jr. of .:. 8!. T.nlinratorl.m. inr, KIOIIIO Tot
ever Mr. Ford Thursday Ilnmptnii" >lu' 11'1' S'l'l'l" OK
used. Mr. and T. B. I
w and LJn eta Mrs. Harding.Mrs. I iteel l liiKiiro. Corpnrntlon Shirks Kl.neer "" Hlltler. whoBe reHldlmHnd ,..,
daughters Alice Sue last week. Mrs. Phillips will be I It In furl: her dlrerted.' I that' a ropv | HddtHB I IB tlllman I I I, \'...t'n"I'y I i
da, spent the weekend In VVewahll remembered as the former Dolores of thin norlr.. ha piilillnhed, ;j nn* time1. I ,,,,, ,me roiiuli.'d to nnpinr. onFehruatv iI I
AND L. Peek of
ONLY Clara Newton
: 2.00 In the IIrlldr"roi County Teletcrniih. 13ih, I"151. In the ahoy
Mrs.
' '" v. chaka visiting Cooper's Ga., Is visiting her brotherinlawand Creekmore of Starke.Mr. stnrki"! ", |.'|i>rliln. n newnpngier' I''h-| named, ,Court and' onitBe. wherein i
mother Mrs. J. F. Williams, and 1I0hMI l In IlrndfoM Ootinly, "''''wl.la.. 1.1" ,,,,11" H..vlH( dlvori. ''u's'" pNtodv, &
. Nci'REPI.ACEADLEFOR brother-in-law and sister :Mr. and Sister Mr. and Mrs. J. W. and Mrs. V. John In which, run II IV the linm nfflr of control I of minor I .child I flra.1 VrrI j
R. St.
Wilson In Jacksonvile after spending the above. ll.lnrl corporation*) arechow ( i-iinty Telerinpli' "hull I I puhllBh I! I Ilili-I ,
ONLY 35cA Mrs. C. W. Norton. Little Linda drove their nephew Paul back to ,n to tin titratediv Order: In \next; foot, weeklv l t.'tt:,<.- I
the holidays with her and I
son
with her grandmother and wrrvKtw: : wiiKnrop.: T havherounlo WllneB, mv hnrrl ami official ,,'nlat
his home In Plnellaa Park last
Wl 3.) Of Points stayed family Mr. ad Mr. Julian Peek net mv hnnd Mini, pnuneit \Clark. Vlnrlda. thl. January 70th.. .
< :.Variety aunt for a few days' visit. In weekend after Paul had been visit I Mi.. rirent $.sl of the Hint or I listOlfFTCIAI. .,
To Suit Every Taste Atlanta Ga. ing his Mr. and Mrs.V. I 'Klnrliln, In l>e nfflxert at Talln-, ( "SRXM A .f Thomn.
grandparents,
I h..*.... tl* (npitiit. .this It th) dnv A. Clerk or Bald Court"Hv ,
Dr. and Mrs. H. H Adams had S. St. John the past week. ,>* .rnuiiry, A. n 1151 ffrtven Crimhv, P.notv C't".k i My Mraonl Integrity and profession, banked by 40 year. '
9 |
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and (SRAU' ) It. A, rirayHeerwlnry '1'. Frank TnllIo'III11., l'I'nrk.1"1.| |* i r'j
as their Sunday guests, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid are spending nf Rtfl* Ally for. Tlf 1112 4t 215 of enperlrnee In Fine \\'att'h Repairing In your Guarantee
9 MI'" D. E. Adams Mrs. Carrie Friends of Miss Etta Tison will
from Tuesday to Friday this week I ItIn In I'Irenlt. (.".... tlrndri.rd ti,.,sOp, of Siitl fnotion. Anthorlrml Distributor for Hamilton
and Reese!! of Jack be to know returned to .
Adams : she
Ray with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe In happy Irenlt I'....... ......If..nl I'.......)'. rl rldni In 4 .linnerry.Illlka C Elgin, situ Iluluva WaU-hrs.
sonvllle. her home last week after being Florlilni. In (.hn......". MnJeBlli-, "IMiilntlfr, VB ..ToninliMalfBtlc ,

Tampa. confined to Riverside Hospital for John lee Tunklit.Tonkin,llefendnnt Jr. .Plaintiff(.,imt, VK. No.Krma SItS Order Of, ,IxTendnnt'""",-..i l.... CBB'nil* >No....h.p Mill Til n I Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry

Come In and .we hat we ('auVI' several weeks' treatment.Mrs. 0..'... or ,'....11..MI.Ionn.I l >.,il.. .. Tl 'u M>|iene "'I' \'I't.! 01IIOIIII> \ 'l'..lJiiBeph
at ALVAREZ S7th An- Mrs. E. W .Hayes and son, Knos "l>l'enr ,NT t.'e. ) llf I'MHIIIlt' TntKrma "MlljHBtlc W IOB* reBldenr I IN I Seaboard Railway Watch Inspector
you Hayes, and Mr. and Mrs. John r.... Tonkin, whoitn redden' ..el I 1411 I |"IBOW| 1 Hlri'ol! liionx, New 'V '

j 1iIe4 ni\eraary Salts Dens attended the wedding of Miss M. C. Ford Jr. was hostessto l Ilf 22(10 h.( Vlrtrltilii Hl.'hmnnil: Avenue. fin'turnout York'You are r.'lulr.1|,, to appear, nn I "Slarko's leading Jeweler"
the class at her homeon
Spanish ,
"hru".v 12111. 19k1'. In aboveflult.eI
Allegra Hayes in Lake Butler Sun- You are. requlreil. to ni'i>onr on tb'
_'_ M Mrs. Ada Alexander. Miss Wilma Madison street Monday even J..h'.n..ry,. I IJih 1U5I) In the ,Hhove ('nuirt unit ('nse. wherein
day evening. named Court and entIce. whereinplillnllfr ,.I..lnlirr .....k.. eI I V""',,, .':lr". rite.tI ,
Alexander Mrs. M. L.,
and Ing. A ,'. .. .
peeks rilvorr I I Urmlfiird V .n,1 t r IIIlnn I I'hllol I flr,.1 -
Maynard spent Thursday and Friday "I'onntir, TelpRTaph .h..11 1 1 ,."hlll.', thin (,"',1 C",".nl.V 'I'.I"'n.h i ...I1nll p"h.I
Buick
..1A of last week In Alachua visitIng LeI Green attended the Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thede and Order In net four weekly UxnenWltiiemi :lIcli issio:: thIs.,. ".I"r, In neat t""r' weekly .
meeting In Houston Texas from n.y hnnd and offli-lnl ....1
Mrs. C. O. Dupuls. son, Ricky of Jacksonville are visiting ,St Stark*. PlnrMa, thl. January nth IVItneBB I my hand, a nil nfflrlnl I nonl I
Saturday to Wednesday.Mr. 10111.OFPtrnr!. I rlti.itaks. Florid. ihlB .Linuary nth
Mrs. F. H.
.' 1 Long. inn f i
Mrs. Nelma Keen had as her ( { fIIMA T.) A. J. Thomas (0"1'11.\. MI'U I.) A. ,r. Thomn
and Mr. Ned Yancy of A* flerk or unlit, Court. I AM I.t"'k, or sit. 1,9 Court.
guests over the weekend her son- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood and Hv ItllVen Croehv IlepnlV, r''I'k' I nv Haven CrnBliv. Popiiiy. Clerk,

,' ,0/1'/ in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Cherry steet moved Into their new two sons Glenn Jr., and Bill, Heach nnv ReMon-Heldon FlnrMn.Atly .. nidit. Dnytona :I Flnv Beldnn-Hi-ldon. Hill l.ihlir. nay- '
home on the Lake Butler road New 1 I Innil Pearl, Florida..
Ji,''' J. L. Byrd of Green Cove Springs Years Day. moved to Zephyrhllls Tuesday *. fur I'lf. I mi 41 2'2' I Ally. fr l>l lt. 1(12( 4t IiI' DUTIESconMclentiously

and Mrs.'Alice' Madison and Pamela where Mr. Wood Is employed with I __
In flrtmlt <'....... llrndforil nniilr, nrronr: op COIIMTIO-V UF performed with mod-
.
: Brooks of Jacksonville. hercules Power Co. KI.OIIIII ,
.lIUlIlE.ED Mr .and Mrs. H. T. Godwin who u I'liirldni In 4 hnneerr.Krtna I iitMc Al' S I'nu:"
POUlTSJ& "
,
I l Herlln. IMalntlff.' vn IrvIn etc r HKn IN TIIWvi.oniiit S'rC'rt.l nl"
>I are residing In a duplex apartmentIn Flnrlln, r>er.ndnnt. CUB, No, 8JI2 I \T run ..1n..1 IP' e&ty of expense' and no leHsening of
) Mr. and Mrs. fred Guy and children back of the will Recruit Morris Williams of I ......... nt l-nhll.-i.llon, 4.d %..tl..>* 1'.. Ml\ KIMON' : 0... i,.::1'. no.Clan stint,
Jane and Jimmy spent the school move Camp Attabury Ind. spent a few i niienr M'S' vrt3 0'"' Kl.till lilt ',...| A....t. Service have for enduring
won us an
halartreB
,
Into the Godwin home on Cherry TPvlng flerlln, who. with other
relilenr* I In
frewohlrniw.oser weekend with Mrs. Guy's parents.Judge days here last week as the guest 120 Hrailfop Street, llrnoklyn New hank, Ini-lii.llnn. reBerv
Z. Adkins. street formerly occupied by the York balance. anil cash Item.*
and Mrs. A. of Miss Evelyn Newaome. : regard in the communities which we
In prnoeBB fif poliBntlnn tie
110,527
Ned Yanceys, on the 15th. : You are' required to appear" on
\ fOUHTAIH HH Mrs. Emma Carlton of Jacksonville r..l>ruary 1St Ii. 2951 In the ahov. Jnlted. State* nnv.rnmnt
,
.,/>. spent a few' days this ,week Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas and;;, named Court and online, wherein ohllirat Ion., direct amiKiiaranteeil 'erv e.
Mrs. Marcus Brown drove her I plaintiff Bek I.1I6.BSI37 :
" ,FOR SAtE AT with the Adkins. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy spent: County, :Telegraph dlvorr shell *piihllp.li 11fll/nrd.; thin Ohlliratlnn nf PtiiteB and
.. mother J. J. Fitzgerald backto Order In .nt political BiibdlvlBonB' 201.11S2 tl
Sunday afternoon In Cedar Keys. n fonr weekly IBBIIIB, '
,oanff soul. .discount (In- DeWITT C. JONESPhone
her home in Tampa on Wednesday WltnenB mv hnnd end nfflr-ln] Ben I
Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry and Mrs. Fitzgerald spent the ;J ..rke. Plnrlda, this January 0th, rltidlnw fT6.MG urrdraft
*) 0117,02371
if 1OFFICIAL
Mr.
and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and I)
!' Miss Iva Mae Lewis of Brooker Hank pr.mlHe. owned 17, 7 Starke F 1a.
with her and (
holidays daughter 1 SKAT.) A. J ThnmaB, ,
/'Telegraph
, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. daughter Eloise, Mrs. Inez Kelly An Clerk or BM; Cniirt,,; 243.((1J furniture, and flKlur .
'- family. Mrs. Fltzgeralds other H u in((113 77Olh
I. ** | ) 25 i
and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Mrs. Fred Halslop and daughters ny Ifavrn Crosby, Pepiitv. Clerk1U3 .r aBel 0.IIU.17: !
laughter, Mrs. J. W. McNeer SE"rived Judy and Kay spent the NewYears 4t IIIIn Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur

at her home In Tampa on --.1;: ;;:: TOTAf AMXRTfl' 41.141 d9 I
after several :' Weekend In Annlson Ala., I flrrult r.... fountr, I local funeral home enables DS to otter conveniences and
Thursday spending 'as the guests of Mr. and Mrs Klnrlilftt I. fcaneery.. 1.1.Millie.
months In Guam with her husband lark I>y*, Plaintiff v". f.lldAnv.., r>.man The DRAPERY SHOP Howard Trlplett. nefenilnnt Can No HHSIr.ler *. par tnerahlpa, II
Col. McNeer who Is being transferred ( Of Publleatlon. tnil '4tl.. 'InAnnetir I and l rorporAtlonw, IOU.I3t1.70 I r. II I r- r- .
to another base. Mrs. Brown XT ATM <>!"' flltlllltt TotIjllda Tim. i10p Mrs. L. D. Haines accompanied Tve. whnBe reelrlene. IB' fin I InatM. purtnnmhlpa, andrnrporatlnnn I
and
110 N. WALNUT BROWN BLDG. furnish the highest type service at lowest prices,
1 Is returning to Starke today.Ms. Mr.. Edmond Tenly to Eustis on Mr*. F4 Anne tans, CentrBl 1188,7&2.13 II
I Txlln. lsnr Ifl-nd. New York- I ipopltii of t'nlted 8tatiaOorernniftnt I accept ANT" life Insurance policy In force leased by ANT
Thursday of last week to visit You required in onFbrirv Hncludlnjfponrnl I
are anfiear"
Robbie Shaller spent the 19,91467 I II company as payment in part or In full ona, funeral.
UPHOLSTERY Mrs. Lament Gould. Mrs. Halnes |12.h. 1111. In the shove MNVlntri*)
weekend In Jacksonville as the named Court and cane*, whereinrvlalntlff I r>*p..m'. of "tatoaand political I Consultation carries no obligation.
.
spent Thursday night at Alta- Bek ell.....,.*. TtrBdfnrdCounty nubilivlHlnnii. 3U.OCtI.11 .
SLIP COVERS DRAPERIES guest of Mrs. Melba Staton. monte Springs with Mrs. B, F. T.lH (rnph hnll publish this Other de pOll I.. (certified

Haines while Mrs. Tenly visited .._-_. _-_- _- _- _- _- ..-.-.-.-.---.-----------.--...--.--.--..-.----..-.---...--.-.-.-- .--.-. -,- ...,.. -...
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Huntof
Furniture Repaired And Refinished Jacksonville Beach visited Mr. Mrs. Nell Crews In Orlando. I. ;:

Estimates Without Obligation Hunt's brother-in-law and sister Mrs. Effie Johns has had as reCent -
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews
on guests Mrs. J. B. Dixon end
i
: Sunday.Mr. her nieces Mrs. J. J. Gross and I

U Mrs. B. McCutcheon. all 'of Jack':, 57th--r. SALE.
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and Mrs. J. E. Sanders of sonvtlle.

feldosta, Ga. were New Years ,

Id !:: L1 I '7IiI14IfJ Je..e weekend Newsome.Mrs. guests. of Mr. and Mrs. turned Mr. and Tuesday Mrs.from R. G.Tampa Crowell where re I i 1 ;


they. were called by the. death of

Dedicated To Community Service C. C. Shepherd of Lake Mr. Crowell's brother. Guy R.

Movie Are Better Than Ever" City spent last Friday with :Mr. Crowell 80, who had lived In Tam-

and Mrs.\ C, A. Knight. Mrs. Alice pa for the past 15 years and was ,

,aU:Jan. 13 ONLY Sun., Man., Jan. 14, 15 Shepherd, who has been visiting proprietor of the Crowell Rubber I Item fl %
Every I
DOUBLE FEATURE her daughter Mrs. C. At Knight Stamp Co.Visiting. '!
returned to Lake City with her I

"ROGERS I JAMES STEWART I aughter-ln-law for a visit. Mrs. Edmond Tenly I

-n ( --.t-1 .BARBARA I Sunday afternoon were Mrs. Lois
&R I Friends of Jesse Newsome will l Wells of Jacksonville and 1\I1s.1\ |

;; t be happy to hear he returned to Bertha with Reduced..IU '
Wallace *
I missionary
i I *
[ his home Tuesday after undergo.Ing I the Baptist Home Mission Board. *

an operation In the Alachua
r I
I
i4Ioa; 2& hospital Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coate and I' .

daughter Janice of Orlando were

Abu B45)bC. In the Woods" Car' 571 h Anniversary Hale at ALV.IF2 guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. O ,

: audi Latent. News Store. S. Newcomb. !

, I Many Others ReducedAsMuchAs %

Mrs. J. R. Kite Is visiting Patrolman Mrs. Thomas G. Mitchell was 60 ,

and Mrs. Hal Gillen In called to Eau Gallic Tuesday because

-... TOP WESTERN GUEST STAXS Tues. Wed. Jan. 16, 17 Fernandina for a few weeks. of the illness of her mother e e '

.' ANDANN' Mrs. T. R. Mo ley. .
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I
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty had
their guests Wednesday even- Mrs. J. F. Rogers of Jacksonvillespent AC :

''a. Mr. and Mrs. George Glader of the weekend with her daugh.1 1teE' 7.95 4.95 ::-
Reduced from
and I Shoes to
I Highland Park HI., Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. T. Frank Landrum
'
t Milton St Peter and Miss Beryltf family. II
I : Reduced-
Holland of Calntsvlle. I Fall Suits Greatly ...
[f I I

I Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Braden and ; Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Values To 8.95 Reduced to 2.95 ;
Miss Reddish spent i
sister. Myrtle
Kenneth Grider, who was due ,
Also "Snow Foolln' & I .
fartcMm I Errol
weekend with the
last Alj j
called into service the end
Latest New to be Western Shirts Reduced from 13.50 to 4.95
varez family.
of this month enlisted In the Air i I II

Force In Jacksonville Wednesday. I

Mrs.. Marian Howe executive ;,

014 Thurs. Frl. Jan. 18 19 Charles Ernest Knight, son of secretary of the Starke Chamber':
; jjflOV annual
attended the
of Commerce i
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Knight ws

called for Induction on the 11 tho banquet of the Palatka C of C1

: i but was given a student postpon- Tuesday night. j 1 1I Est.

ZACHAfif ment until the end of his school I ALVAREZ STORE

? 161IflCRNSCOTTFERRIAU UhkEUDERj term at the U. of F. Friends of Comer Ferryman 1894

will\ be interested to know that he {

Curtis Edwards son of Mr. and was allowed to sit up for a short ,
* i.
Chap. % ".%tom Man v*. Suuntl CCTURE Mrs.\ O. C. Edwards, returned to time Wednesday In the Jackson- ,

,**' "Popeye Makes A I I Iri'iartoon his studies Tuesday after under vll]. hospital where he has bensines ,

at St. Lukes his Injury In an automobile :, __ __ : -. "
: AUo "Home Swert Home" Cartoon going a tonsilectomy -- ---"' "- p--- -
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I1 'JAN 1219 5'1 I I.AGIC


SIX BRADFORD COtTNTT TELEGRAPH. STAKKE.! FLORIDA FRIDAY, .JAXU DA
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I pose) and the only positive resultwe so we now milk her out and then ually low and the "hill billies', Johns' mustard. They are still February 6th, 1851, la ,the above to accept or reJec-, ,:
named Court and Cause wherein
FARMER'S got :was that it watt very, very give Butch half of it for him to could get "and oyster or two" tl(: good. They have plenty to sell andIf plaintiff seeks divorce, custody ol City Carl..t 10.. ,

I I alkaline. Until we know positively drink. Seems to be working out help fill ''em: up.Here's you feel "green" hungry pay minor minor child.child. Bradford and support County for Telegraph 'said- SKV Cler, I"; ,

what It is (particularly the and has cleared up his trouble. the hush puppy (deluxe)I them a visit. They are really hall publish this Order In

DIARY' "black stuff") we will not know SC recipe: (For several people] next four. weekly Issues. I In tlo. Clrrnil-Court ,
good.Mr. Witness my hand and official swnl Ilrtodfonl Ie
I I Ilila where to use It. We think we' Ordered some more fruit Finely dice all of the following: I I and Mrs. Franlc Tomlinson at Stark Florida, tills January VHA.NCKUY.' CuDBIv' .'I,,. '"

By Sam McGarvey got a big bargain (about 7 or I 8! : trees for our home orchard large raw Irish potatoes, 1 large of Starke were visiting their sons 3rd 1961Ol..JCIAL I I NOTICE IS HKREn ,, 'r.sfI
SEAL) A. J.: Thomas
r 11 I tons for $11)) but big job Is go. grapefruit satsuma Beacoti onion. 1 med. dill pickle, 1 med- and families, Roy and Frank L. ( As Clerk of said Court. under and by virtu, 'I i r..iifr ,

author will bn glad& to re- I ing to be distributing it on our bunching grape persimmon, and sweet pickle, 1 stalk celery (op. Sunday p.m. / Hy Haven Crosby' Deputy Clerk I Decree of Partition ',. ,
CflItem* of interest concerning T Frank Iwindrum: Starke, Florida Circuit Court for U, ,
field. two peach trees. Now If we tional). Attys. for Plf. 15| 4t .
1)26)
the activities. of farmer In I I DobNon-Johnn. I Florida, In Chanceiv ... a
and take -
Bradford County. Suggestion maybe CC can get them planted Other ingredients: 3 eggs 1 tsp; Ann Dobion and W. N. John lit Circuit Court Bradford County,Jot December, A ri iJVJunda
Katrlnka our tractor has goneon care of them perhaps .we'll ge 1 meal!, 2 flour. P"bi'iisi In Chancery.Hoyt action of Partition ,
left at the qt. i'JJ.
1 Telegraph office or I sugar cups it"
I some nice hume-grown fruit. were married in Lake Butler Jan- L. Deal. Plaintiff. vs. Mary I wherein T. A. Jrav.. .
mallisl to Stan MrGarvey, La".te), I the "fritz" and we can't get a S S :Milk enough to mix to good consistency uary 4, at 8 p.m. by Judge Townsend "8t' "elman Dual Defendant Sullivan.Bunle Olin Graves j. ,.
No. 8209Order Oravea ,
Florida. Cane I Krouijh
sound out of her. Gas Is o. k. salt to taste, dash or twc
I I Alice has faithfully kept a: in the latters home. The of 1'iihllrsjllon Bud Motfp to I plalnants, and Leon v. '&5f
--- black Mix well and fry Appear trrA'Ifrl' OF FLO1IIUV tot Ous Wynn are det..nI,
farm
to the carburetor, Ignition system whole year's record of every I pepper. couple will live on the near i virtue of an if'therein
Mary Kteelman Peal, whose residence I Order ses
Got about half of our berries our surprise and delight when Is apparently all right, but all we penny spent and received, and in deep hot fat. Taste "more "' N's parents. In: Route 3, Yadklnvlllo. North Car made the und J,. ugh

Worked and they really needed It. we promptly received a note get out of her In en occasional as a result we can now do a lot Ish." olina: I I will nilrslonrrs offer for appointed Sale aiii hi ''a
Carl Nettles Is In bed Ill with You are required to appear on w :
from Mrs. Robert Dodd of Keystone that i Is Is to Joe and Jon brought, home 30 very I the highest. and bet '
Due to rain or the beds settling grunt. Thing puzzling of figuring and scheming see February 5th, 1951 In the above In serI '
Heights telling how It could of the beauties We another heart attack He is in named Court ami cauna, wh..eln! leash front of the ",
' unevenly many of the crowns that she was running all right where, how and why it costs so pounds speckle (plaintiff seek dIvorce. Bradford I the Court nouns In stnrbV .
be done. Here are her instructions then choked off and It prepared them for the deep freeze very serious condition. durlnw the legal hopiri' '
were covered and the plants were and suddenly much to farm nowadays. County Teloicraph shall publish this the 6th day of \ .,., ,, '; ,
just sitting: there doing nothing. : "To remove print from has been, dead ever since Got might seem like a lot of work Saturday night. Fixed them ex Mrs. Lacy Johns was in Gainesville Order Witness In. next my hand four and weekly. official, Issue seal I 11)11. the rnriowlna/d". ,!" I

But In the patch there are a few feed sacks try soaking them In to get her running as we want to (and it Is a chore) but it is the actly as wn do for frying-salt .on business one tiny last' ard at Starica 1961.OFFICIAL. Florida, this January Jto'T..-p.wit 7: 8 SW4, Rnnite'of 21 NISI' ':e. ,ur

cool water SO minutes or so. plant we know whereby peppered and mealed, wrapped week. E. W. Hay
blossoms a promise of berriesto out peas. only way you ( SEAL) A. :.r. Thomas!, J. B. 'om
come If it ever warms up. Then wring and spread out SC can tell where your money goes them separately and put them Into Mable Sapp won the award at A* Clerk of sold Court.By Cecil t flow,: itew ';jI j\\

Read that berries can use a small and sprinkle well with soap powder Had a friendly note from Gene and how much you make or lose on the freezer. Surely does seem Long Bridge Christian Church Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk I lon,. hI.
lie U 1IS<
amount of boron so that nvhpn work powder in with scrub Garner who lives west of Gra- a crop. good to be In a hurry and wantto Thursday for Mrs. Missy Sapp whc _____ ,; T aC
brush, roll up for a few minutes ham 227. He CCC fish-just a pack. had FALL FOIt BIDS .... ]
we fertilize again, just before we on Highway say fry open up the oldest Bible at Church that Sealed. hdl* will be received by the
mulch, we are going to test a and wash In cold ..water. Then he has some good Tamworth hogs Porky, the big sow is as con- age, not stuck up, and drop the night. Mrs. Sapp, who is confined City Onilnolt tit *h. fltv nt Htaflr.. m1comml"M IJ

mall strip with fertilizer with wash in regular wash until they and would like us to come out tented In the rye field as a cow icy pieces right Into the hot grease to her wheel chair and has been Ftdri'liaatth.CiLy Florida, until T o'clock Hall Insiiiri P.:M. (on;: ,

boron in it and compare the results become white. They make grand and see them. We certainly In clover. She Is due to farrow We learned! a long time ago to put I for several months owns this 119 Tuesday. the 13 day of January A.D. /very

obtained when using regular dlFh towels, etc." Thank you would )like to, and will as soon about February 1st and natur- up fryers all ready to fry too. It I year old Bible, but Is not able to bids 1951. received at which will time be andIa"e publicly: : op.ened all* ANTI-HISTAMINE TAI--

I 4-7-9 fertilizer. Anyhow, we cant Mrs. Dodd. as we get a chance for we are ally we are looking forward to It saves time. tend: the Revival. The Bible Mrs. chase. and of one read Motor aloud Grader for the pur- :
(pacification
t wait until we get some nice, juicy C 00 very much interested in farm as she was bred to big Red and Mrs. Rosa Pinholster was visiting Sapp says, belonged to the motherof .s follows"

1 ripe strawberries to eat. Well. we bought a couple of animals. Trouble Is that we are ha really brings fine pigs. her niece Mana Wiggins last week her deceased husband Vernon Weight'. .... scarifier not leas than

*. loads of the "stuff which was BO busy trying to get our placein S The Long Bridge Christian Japp.. Mrs. Sapp Is now 81 and S150 Length poundS not ,leas with than ten IT font feet blade.8 In

Recently wa wrote that we spilled from the train wreck shape that we seldom getaway Just for the fun of It, and for Church Revival has been filling husband would have been 93 years ches.Blade. top COLDdistresses

wondered how to get printed norlli of Lawtey and are still and we are sure that want of nothing better to do at the house each night. The mess This Bible is a consolation to Mrs Ions than pressure ttlVO pounds.without scantier not I IK

words out of feed sacks.: ImagineGIVES others doing the same thing will the time Sam counted the num. ages have been very inspirational Sapp now she reads it often since UtyMraulla or mecltanlaal lifting

It trying is. to So find far out have what heard the it heck call. understand. I ber of squirts that are requiredto Sgt. John Dukes who has been she has more time on her hand mechanism.Motor, 4 cylinder I gasoline or Dieselnot 4 MANY- CASE! .

S S milk Joy. About 6,00 from stationed In Camp Cook Calif., Is than she used to. She also loves less than 81 II/.1'. the first U
ed rock The said t.
phosphate, superphos City reserves the right
Pop now has the asparagus start to finish. home In Lake Butler for a fewdays. to look at books and magazine
phate dolemite rock dolemltlc
i IUTFASTYRELIEP raked clean or weeds and some I' C SOur ., He and Ella were out in our com with pictures. -
limestone, and others. We tested "
I cow manure spread on top and chickens have finally started munity recently. John tells us he -

which It with we use a small for testing soil testing our sol kit) worked in. He also broadcast to lay again and they are'doing a Is being transferred to Ft. Benning Flo.ld.1 I. rirrnl..Cimrt.Cia.....Bradford..,.. Couch,., ..... ,

I some bitter lupine seed on top of pretty good Job. Whereas a Ga. We are very glad to hear this Hattie .7. Hunl ley, Plaintiff, VB. :

r ; whon COLD (and which, quite obviously, the bed (except the places where month ago we were getting 10 or !, We wish all of our boys could be Weldon M. HuntUy.Case Defendant.No 814 REUPHOLSTERYOUR I-
should be used that '
for
, MISERIES STRIKI not pur- the asparagus is due to come 12 eggs a day.we are now getting stationed near us or In the State Order Of Publication A." N. lce ToApor.r .

I up) with the Ides. that the lupine from 20 to 27 and that from a- anyway. Woltlon STATHJ M. Huntley OV FLORIDA, Who... real.TOI

will Improve the soil and help bout CO chickens. Not a record Hubert Rouse's oats are certainly dance I" 8 First Street Biltmore, Occasional Chair or Living Room Suit Beg!

I OFFICE keep down weeds. Some warm by any means but fairly good. spreading a pretty green carpet North You Carolina.are required to appear on WITH mon
I SOPPlIE' weather and we should be cut CCC over his fields now. After .YanUar)' 22n l, 19St, In the abovenamed Lori
Court and cause, wh..relng Durable Plastic LeatherCALL
I ting asparagus. Alice's kitchen garden Is grow. seeing such deadly brown for so ::: seek divorce.; Bradford
SCOur and how the cat- )' Telegraph shall publish. this
ing by leaps and bounds now, long we i hardly see Order In next four weekly laiue. 239
,-'.-.. growing broccoli haa pass if the weather holds we .will have tle keep from breaking and entering Witness' my hand and official seal II

i Carbon Paper ed the serious stage and'has become a pretty good garden In about a lit Stark. 1950.OFFICIAL,. t-lorlda. this I Decembervtn. FOR FREK: ESTIMATES

ao kicked around that it Is almost month from. now. Lettuce, beets The Goodnows are certainly get- ( SEAL) A. :J. Thomas

? Pencils ludicrous. First It was radishes bunching' onions, and a ting things underway in a hurry 11,, Haven A.Crosby Clerk of Deputy said Court Clerk Easy To Clean Won't Fade Beautiful Co!

the heavy hurricane rains; then lot of other things are coming a- They're doing lots of planting and llilK.Martin' Jacksonville J. Pearl, 313, Florida.Consolidated

Inks the freeze and cold wind then long. She also has been able to changing around. They think they Attye, for fit. 12IJ2) 4t lltj CHAS C SHEPHERD

the continued ,cold weather then get parsley .started, and has some might someday go into the turkey I. Circuit Cnvrt Bradford County, Court Si M>'' AlI SU, PhonJi t
the larks had a whack at it, and garlic growing. business lorldnt in Caanrerr.Irsrlnla .

\ ',I Ir S Desk Pens finally cutworms decided to get S. Huffey:' Jjuffay, Defendant, tJ.e"am; : .

Into the act, and they doggonenear 'Turner Ba"hyWilbur Order of HuhllrKtlnn unit Entire to T

r \; Fine Papers finished it off, but we reset The Life And TimesOf Turner Is the bouncingpapa James Appear J.t'l'ATIOF Duffey whose FL.OHIUtot renldcnce IL

J j Desk Calendar Stands the 10 rows and put out poison of a proud 7>/. lb. girl Linda and "address Is: James .T. Duffey, ,.
, New River FolksBy Schadene Turner, born Jan. 16 at AOl, Faa Ron Its, co| Fleet Post
bait and It looked as if we
Ribbons Office, San Francisco, California Quality DetlPhJTO
:
I 1. SOc up 0 might get some broccoli after all. Jennie. Lee LazenbyThe Jacksonville Naval Air Base Hos r"u are required to appear on riNISHINO MALI. MARK GMIKTINO CARD ,
WATCH,
pital. It Is reported that Wilbur
But then Henrietta one of our 24 Hi!. SERVICICameras J LW 1.5
-:- Paper Rolls brood BOWS decided ahe'd see if Leonard Colsons seem to be who Is here on furlough from Camp FREE -

Desk Calendar Pads she could eat it all and she broke nestling down quite well at their Cook Calif., is doing nicely. Joan RE"AI"FI]

Legal Forms through a fence and partially new home. They're getting ,the and Linda are too. For Prompt FREE Removalof

I 59c up succeeded. They say it is "al new situation well In hand and Jon' Lazenby and Lester Thomas Dead, Crippled, & Worth- PORTRAIT Si STONCSV.JeIADVSSTIING ;;;

Acct. Books ways darkest before the dawn," things look very home-like. steak each _I
0 enjoyed a big 1'a pound less Cattle, Horses !Mules y,4QIOO
-:- and If so, as far' as our broccoli is PHOTOGRAPHY '
The M. H. Hayeses of GaInesvIllespent Monday In Lake Butler, with the PLATIN

Get 1951 refills now I Filing'' Needs concerned brother it sure Is dark the weekend In their house other football boys. This fine din & Hogs We'ddi: & DlamotW}

outside. trailer over on their (Crews) farm. ner was donated by the football Call 132 StarkeWE 100 w. CALL aT.' PHONE ass

Percy Osteen had to go bACk fans of Union Co. to the Tigers POST CARD STARKE FLORIDA -SUH

Bradford Knowing that little pigs can to the veteran's hospital at Lake (football team) for their holdingthe ALWAYS COME I PHOTOS WEDDING t; 1\1

County Telegraph beak out of almost any kind offence City last week. We hope he'll Bradford Tornadoes to a Florida Renderers Our Reputation is Your Guarantee of Sails< "

,_ we were hesitant about soon be able to be home for good After the "feast" the team ue'l ,

--- putting three little gilts out In Sgt. David Southerland of Ft. Gainesville to see the U of F INC. J. R. DuUln2ton., D. D'I
I the lipid, but we decided to PHOTOGRAPHER .
I VACUUM CLIANI SrttULISTS1Handsomely rye Banning Ga. had 15 days leave at a basketball game. -V
.., take a chance because they need home during the holidays. Mrs. Arthur Bonnie and Jimmie Wilbur .

ACME REBUILTI green grazing so badly. Since Southerland plans to Join her hus- are visiting In Jacksonville this '

I VACUUM; they have been In the field they band soon and they believe they'lllive week.. ". I

have boen satisfied. to stay where on the base there. Sgt. Sou R. J. Turner Jr., Wylene and
I 1.51105 ISIfl bi ACMI..s,.
they are, and ave hope they stay therland who was wounded in Korea daughter Betty of Ft. White arrived .

I that way. Another reason we Is gaining weight and Sunday night and took R. J.,

I didn't want to do It Is that it Is 'strength right along. S... and Phyla to Cordele Ga. to
Farm
so hard to feed hogs add little Seems that Ernie Southerland visit R. J. Sr.'. brother William TractorDEMONSTRATION

pigs at the same time. But It thought the trout were biting by Turner, who Is seriously ill with

seems in farming that you are the "3 tubs full" again. He went a second stroke, All of the lat-

always doing the best you can 'back to Cow Creek fishing again ter's relatives have been called In.

IkdFQIur In the circumstances. The three last week--but they fooled him Corrie bowling of Live Oak, a sister -

gUts are from Porky and 'the We hear they didn't!1Fcrnle left her home Sunday night

same litter, but vary. a great dealIn and Ella Moody wouldn't via bus to visit with him. We hope (

II IIf size. taking a chance on the biting troutso he Is quite Improved"by now. lie
SC
they went to Suwannee City used to live here years ago. e
Alice had bright Idea. Why
a (Demery Hill) and Just bought 25 Mrs. Winnie Collins .of Orange
not she said, put a steel drum
pounds. They visited Ted and Lake was visiting Phyla Turner
out in the packing shed near the .
f
; Eckle Hall there. Ted and a pal Friday p.m.Marion SEE THE
place where we feed the hogs. and
went out with a new net Saturday Sapp of Lake Butler was
save the labor of carrying feed? visiting Mrs. Missy Sapp Sunday.
a.m. end Just as they got ready to
I We did It. It saves work. set It out to fish, the net fell to the The cold killed nearly all the 9

S S bottom and 'muddied up creation." garden "greens" around but Em- World
Met Colonel and IIollls Knight Famous b
They began to pull it up, so they ery Johns' turnips and Mrs. Lacy
and had enjoyable time talkIng
L an could set It out the way it should
about raising stock. W. '
be set out, and they only got 812 '
$ want very much to visit ColonelKnllht'll pounds of speckle trout! They CARPENTER'S 1
MASSEY
_Full l'ri te pastures, see his build firmly believed, they said that If I HARRIS PONY
ings and _equipment and stock
SA ,*,e.I they hadn't lost control of the net PRESCRIPTION
has cattle
He says that he some
at the beginning they would have I
that are big as elephants and we PHARMACISTS
caught 1,500 pounds or better.
I don't doubt it a bit after hearing I
TERMS 'They set the net out brought the
him talk about feeding his stock AND
A 800 plus pounds In to the fish house I .
Of course, we don't have muchto .
Malt 'U,,,. and ate lunch. They went back .5 p'I
talk about, but we did tell the I
right after lunch with great en-
Orders Colonel about Comfort, who Is
thusiasm. We don't know the re
:
Filled PUSPIITUSS3end the black heifer In the rye field I ,
I suits Fernie and Eckle said they
II and how she will go close to COO EQUIPMENTIN
I II $I .susis had to come home. Joe and Jon I 'I
Ibs. at S months of age. We
I Lazenby went with them, also Jesse I
Deposit! (!Jii think that's pretty* SCMet good. Mervin Cason of Lake Butler.

10-DAY TRIAL PLAN The boys really reported a rip-
: some newcomers, "Herm" -
snortln' good time. They -
and Frances Hamilton who roarlng
unbuckled some .stored ON-TIIE-MINIT SERVICE
up energy i
bought the Austin farm the
on
A-C-T-I-O-N '
LIberal_ road from Lawtey to Kingsley by cutlng down two cabbage pal- PHONE I ,:
mettos. Mrs. Hall cooked one and
! Trade-In Lake and enjoyed talking to I Day 64 Night I
of the other.It .
I fixed salad out
them, as they too are Yankees -... .. .. ... ... -
:was quite a treat for the ii
on Your from upper New York state :
crowd. They' said she really fixeda _
Herm had a serious accident the
Old dimmer-fried trout. grits hush Tues. Jan.
very day they settled on their :16 9:30 A.M.Farm
Let Us ,
pllt.ce-- gunshot wound which puppies (deluxe) sliced tomatoes, Thoroughly .
Cleaner!
cole slaw cooked cabbage palmettos
led to the removal of his knee-
cabbage salad and Iced Wash Your Clothes
palm
That Is what call 2l/z
cap. we really Miles South of Starkeon
tea. When the crowd came home
tough luck and we certainly
at 7 o'clock that evening theyaf.. Founds,
hope that from now on their I
luck will be firmed they'd not need to eat any old Theressa
Road
good and they will I
more for a week. How we wish For 40c!
enjoy being Bradford
County
Free Home DemonstrationUSE farmers that were true. For Joe and Jon FREE Bleach If Desired I IWe /

can "eat up creation and drink

Finnegan the water pump. Is Jordon dry" 3 times daily. :Multiply YOUR LOCAL DEALER

COUPON BELOW on and off again, due to a faulty that by 365 days and you can C

S switch and as usual a source of se why we need a supplement to
I - - - S extra work and trouble. We despair our little teaching checks-uh. Another Will I
ACME VACUUM; STOKES, INC. Is
trip planned for down
of
I 412 W. Forsyth St.Jacksonville. I Ing for any ever length getting of ttme It work.and there Saturday week. They planto Dry Your Clothes SISTRUNKFeed

Florida CUllS the day go out and help Ted haul In 2
we bought It. It we
:; I I WITHOUT OBUGATIO I would like FREE Home Dt.non- I had It to do over again we or 3000 lb. of deep sea Inhabitants. For 20c

tratlon of A beautifully rebuilt Electrolux :would Haven't learned whether they planto ,
compl..teIlh 8 s t. I buy a nationally known In New .Automatic
I t. I tarhmrnt fur '12.85: pump from a local concern have eat the catch while down there. Driers

them Install bring 'em home or put 'em In the
I it and be
I Name .. .. .. .. .. ... for keeping It running responsible properly. deep freeze. All we know la- & Seed Co.

; I Address .. '" -....... .... .. ..._ IJ:: I I But when you start out farming there are big plans and speculations -
! you make a lot of mistakes circulating around this place The Washeteria

I t I City State I S SC Ted figured. by the new 19S1 cal-' STARKE FLA.

If 11. r. I). 8n SpecifIc Direction Butch has been having some ander that Saturday week from Temple Ave. _
Starke
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK. FLORIDA PAOB UEVIDflark's
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Church t'IIUBt11 OF GOD end with her parents Mr.. and were In Starke shopping Friday.Mr learn that he Is very sick at this i John Freeman visit*.. Mr. and
naiTprffYZW Baptist 8th tt: St. Clair Sti. Mrs. H. M. Waadin. 'and Mrs. R. K Dukes and time. We wish him a speedy re. Mrs. John Shaw of La Crosse Sun

I "Ia it Sin to Worship Idols?" Sunday School 10 a.m. Mrs. Equilla Roberts attended children, of Dukes visited Mr. and covery. I

will be the sermon topic, this Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Church In Starke. Sunday her<< sister Mrs. Earl Green Saturday evening. Mrs Bessie Brown spent last day.Cpl.. Nathan Chosser of Alachua d
Sunday morning at the First Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Mrs. C. Fogg, returned home Mrs. Lottie<< Edwards Is spendingthis week with Mrs. Vergie Hale of visited the Plnholster family en- !

Baptist of Stark. This U the Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m with her for a few days. week ,with her father, T. N. Dukes. route to service with the U.S.
7:30 .mHAMPTON Mr. and Mrs. John :McKlnny received -
Prayer Meeting Thursday : p Norman of Hellbronn Springs.Mr. .
Second Commandment in the Mrs. Doris Kelley and children Army in N.C. last Tuesday
three letters from their ,
son :
; of the Ten Commandments and- Mrs. Ernest Edwards and Shirley Ann Parker In
study Ottls last week. Ottls Is In Korea I were Mr. and Mrs M M. Gano of St.
i r- ,,4 Mkl3 brought by the pastor, Rev. and reports there are 2: 1-2 and son and Harry Edwards visited !- Gainesville\ shopping Tuesday. Augustine, are the proud parents
Lewis Halnes. At this service feet of snow and he Is O.K. their grandfather, T N. Norman Mr. and Mrs T. W Markey were of a baby daughter. Sherry Beth,
':'I1f"! Presbyterian Church the adult choir will sing directedby Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eddy of of Hellbronn Springs. Friend. In Gainesville shopping Thursday.Mrs. born January 5Ui in the Alachua
Episcopal Mrs. Lucille Green with Mona Bv Mm. M. C. Sweeney Louise, were visiting Mr and Mrs of Mr. Norman will\ be sorry to T. S. Mann and Mr. and Mrs County Hospital Gainesville.Sfw&y&y .
6 ]C. Simmons, B. D., Vicar Rev.. Charlea R. Bald of Pen Canova at the Hammond. Sun Call, Saturday night.BROOKER. - -- --- -- -----

./', Farms will conduct the day evening the Happy Hour will Missionaries" Scheduled.

iy, January 14tha. School. ney morning service at 11 o'clock feature the singing by the Youth Foreign Field Missionaries: Mrs. fa' -
Church
m-1 morning. Sunday School Choir directed by George Jones Michael Kurlak, of French West f/le !1'
Sunday '
nursery
ages Go
.foriui : will begin at 9:45.: with Mrs. Jones at the grand pi Africa and P. E. Carlson, of IndoChina -
i Juniorhigh. ano. The plano.organ duo of will speak at the ChrIstIan -
It a Mae Leads
. .;;:..Holy Communion fly
+ .m CATHOLIC CHURCH Mrs. Morse and Mrs. :Mann will church on Thursday night, ,

rmon.W .. lead In the singing of hymns and January 18th. They will wear na-
Mass 9:15: : .m.Su.day
church:;, !Is open dally for Sunday Mrs. G. S. Crotty and daughter.
School 11 a.m. choruses requested by the. congre- tive costumes and show pictures
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andtineditation.SslOf Francis of Jacksonville, visited
Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. gation. Tho message by the pas of their respective fields.
Tiuby John and .Luledla Plnhols-
Bible Study is every Wednes- tor, at the 7:30: hour will be "It
' Christi Cost So Much." Tiny Tot Party ter during Chlrstmas holidays.J. .
, ]!10tb and McMaJionSchool :lay During the holidays\ Mrs. Fred T. Sowell Is In Miami on business I.
'JI..' Sunday School meets at 9:45: : Vhldden entertained her Nursery this, week.
-10 A. M. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS10th with a staff of more than 80 officers ;
and Beginner classes of the Baptist Miss Iva Mae Lewis was In
M. and 7:30 St. and Temple Ave. and teachers with E.' C.
'l i D --11 A. Sunday School with a Christmas Gainesville on business! Mondayand Nh
School 9:43: a. m.; Morning Train 7ey
!Sunday! Mann Jr. superintendent. party. Santa Claus appearedwith also visited Mrs. Kstclle Til-
')r Meeting: and Bible Study Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic \g\ Unions gather at 6:15: : under favors for each child, and gham while there
ednenday 7:30: P. ;M.. Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone the direction of J. T. Lawson then made a sercnd appearanceon L. R. Galney of Jacksonville ,:

yone. welcome.. welcome. with Unions for all age groups. television, to the delight of the spent last weekend here with
ofI'MtI: :! Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday little ones ASRIsling,MI's. Whld- friend. and relatives : '
evenings the study of the den In caring forher young
Mrs. Rosa Plnholster, the
spent
; Residents
Bradford
.,West book "The Bible and Prayer. by guests were, Mrs Horace Dyal and Christmas holidays with Mr. and
l',tke Your Fears to Church Sunday Dr. R. G. Lee will be continuedat Mrs E. D. Allen. Grapes and Mrs. Guy Pinhoiater of Jackson 0"Ij'4he Cof
Millions Leave them there! 7:15. orange drinks were served with vllle. u j

Next Sunday Attend A cordial invitation Is extendedto Christmas cookies Shirley Nell Green returned

[THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE all to join in these hours of The Community Hall has aqulred home Wednesday' from Alachua /1

;' K'. sponsored by worship at the First Baptist and a fine new chimney to accomo- County Hospital, Gainesville. She 0'Din#
also to the music from the
enjoy date the aged, but adequate heat had her tonsils removed and Is
Lake Butler Baptist Church "singing tower.: er. Work was done by K. B. Wat- getting along nicely.

terson. i Miss Iva Mae Lewis agent last
tiwH At The Tabernacle Spending the holidays with Mr. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. E, / tailE l S
11 A.M.-Dan Rivers, StudentKfsf.
and Mrs. H. C. Smith was Mrs. Hardy and Mrs. Havanna Johns .
7:30: P.M. A recent visitor to the Tabernacle Smith's father, F. M. Sudberryand and daughter, Dorothy of Starke. ON' war UND tats ,

'The. ,Most 6 Interesting. Criminal of Ancient. .Times"inning services was A. D. Star family of Chapel Hill Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew. Jones and SAVE. THE DIFFERENCE \lS"04\1L1.Jo:! 31) .90. !
" # qulat of New York, who added While here they visited points of .chlldren, of Donaldaonville Ga., ,
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much interest to the meeting witha and St. JACKSONVILLEr.XMIA .DO 1,6.1' :
.. .- .. "- Interest at Silver Springs visited his parents, Mr. and \Mrs R.
COMPARE
beautiful tenor solo: "Peace Augustine J. Jones, and relatives. the typical 3.3

;: t: Sunday nite at 7:30 a series of special 1 serfs Peace.,, Mr. Starqulst also taughtthe Mrs. Joe' Day Mrs. Inzle Mor- Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and fares shown here with the MlS 8.3.\ 1L.1) ,

each Sunday evening on the 2nd coming. of our young people a new chorus now and Miss Dorothy Sloane of daughters Gwin and Emily Ann, cost of driving your own
d Jesus Christ: which they enjoyed. Plant City spent! New Years day Mrs. R. P. Lewis and A. E. Sur. automobile and see how .\ATLANTA.\. 8JI'I 13.33 ..

NO. 1 The sponsors of the Tabernacle with relatives here. rency of Starke visited Mr. and \\ISTF.le1' s.n 6.73
..w", attended 'services In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade, Ver- Mrs. E. J. Lewis and family Sun much you save by GREY ,'K.V.H: ,*COI.A 6.20 11.20 f
tt: 'WHAT WILL HAPPEN Sunday afternoon to hear Dr. non and Donald Slade, of St. Petersburg -: day. HOUND.You avoid driving-
Horace Dean eminent Bible recently spent a weekend I \t'Gt'slISt t : 1.21)() 2.20 .
Crawford
,' Rev. and Mrs. L. H. strain and parking problems
.,;.f' WHEN JESUS .COMES" teacher and lecturer and head of In Hampton and daughter, and Rev. Crawford's convenient MAV.\NNAII. (i \. ".00 1.20. '.
Greyhound's
' '' the "Christ for America move Sue Chantain spent last weekend : mother of Jacksonville, attended '. MPRINfcM: .RO 1.10 ..
,'>i't&. Also Special Music schedules OKKK.V: (0\ :
i ment. Dr. Dean spoke In the with her aunt In Jacksonville. services held at New Hope Baptist day and night en.

Baptist Church Hampton Union Congregational Church. Mr. and Mrs Robert Barksdaleand church last weekend. Elder Craw able you to go and return l'NMCTTV: 3,11) 9.20
first little Barbara Sue,
Again the congregation is look- daughter from the
when
ford Is pastor there. They were you please
of Starke. enjoyed a birthday din Hut fWrnf Tax en All Abort tint
BOB GRAY Pastor Ing forward with pleasure to guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tim heart of town.
_ ner for Mrs.! Barksdale's mother, very
the coming of Dr. John McNeill Thomas
Mrs. J. W. Horne, on .
"/' {Church with a compassion for the Lost- January 21. He will minister to C. Burton returned Sunday.W. to his Mr. and Mrs Joe Brvedcn and rr
- the Tabernacle congregation and children, were guest of relativesnear
P home In Graham, on Monday afternoon
In aurroudlng communities durIng weekend.Mr. '
after spending several Live Oak last GREYHOUND BUS STATION
the week of January 2128. days here and Mrs. Ned Hicks and,

''j/tll'/ Dr. McNeill has recently returned Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. baby son, and Mr'. N. G. Stokes Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. ,
I'{t, Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor from tour in I '
a preaching Wynn are glad to hear of the continued visited Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Phone 147-J
Scotland and while there visited Improvemnt of their baby Hicks of Starke Sunday.

RST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke his old home in Glasgow. daughter, Linda who spent several Mrs. Sarah Drlggers of Lake

days last week in Alachua i Butler visited friends here and S

fferaon & Court Streets In The Heart Of TownftFIIONES Methodist Church' Hospital! with bronchial pneumonia attended Church Services at New L---
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Biptist Church last weekend.Mrs. .
: Office 23* -"Pastorium 130 Hope :
The First Methodist Church of Lucille\ Green and children,
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r" Starke cordially Invites you to School NewsSixtytwo
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.. 7:30: P.M. worship on Sunday January 14. of our pupils were In

!day School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15: P.M. The morning service will be held some religious service last Sun

IID;WEE SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P. M. at 11 o'clock In the Starke'sWoman's day.Last week we received our new NEW a
Thomas G.
Club. Rev
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Mitchell will preach on the subject I dining tables. They are light gold.
1'A.M.. Subject: -"Is It a Sin To Worship Idols" "Acknowledging the Presence en oak with plastic tops. We are 1951 :

(7:30 P.M. Subject"It Costs So Much" of God." The Church I very proud of them, and enjoy eViOf
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In
eating our dining room.
School begins at 9:45: : a. m. with
.. The 4-H girls in our school are
classes for every age group. The
jfjM Friendly Invitation From A Senior and Intermediate Methodist -, working on dresoes. As soon as 3'
they are finished we are going to
$f!tendly Church la Extended, To All Youth Fellowship meet at have a fashion show In which each
6:30: p. m. and enjoy a FellowshipHour will model the dress she has 4UVIER1IC/1S:
girl LARGEST
AND
following the evening ser made. FINEST LOW-PRIC CD CAR 5

vice.Mr. George-Curry, Is a new pupil in
Mitchell will preach Sun- school. We
12 1tij our are very glad to
. day evening at 7:30: In the welcome him. _.....
Methodist educational buildingthe Mrs. Ola M. Perkins visited
first sermon in a aeries of friends and relatives In Jackson-
MARLIN I Sunday evening sermons on 'TheLord's I villa last Sunday,

Trayer." The subject of I I Mr. Bedenbaugh our custodian, 4\J
FACTORY SERVICE the sermon Sunday evenIng' will I has recently trimmed the shrub
) 'J 2 be "Our Father, Which Art In bery at our school. We appreciate
Heaven." The Youth, Choir will I the beautiful condition In which

sing at the evening service. Asa I he keeps our building and grounds.Our .
'j special musical feature Miss eighth grade science class

Pat Seig and Miss Judy Green recently drew a star map of the

i will sing as a duet "Ivory Pal I Northern Hemisphere In winter.

'I} aces." i They used white Ink on black pa-
I per. This map is an interesting

f 3 AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH display on our bulletin board.GRAHAM.
Sunday School 9:45: A. M.
I Morning Worship 11 A. M

Evening Service, 7:30 P. M. ; ; .5M % L s .w. 1

WATCH AND CLOCK Prayer Meeting every Thursday 'I (
evening 7:30: o'clockL. By Mrs. John McKlnny
4 G. Hemingway, Pastor. I
REPAIRING I
CHURCH OF JESUS CIUUST Mrs. Louie Dempsey and Mr .|
OF LATTER DAY 8.UNTttServices L. E. Ratllffe were In Lake Butler -',

126 COURT STREET each Sunday in USO at Sunday p.m. | It has that longer lower wider big-car look

Temple, & Tenth Sts. Sunday Calvin Starling and Willard l I Ii ,

l School 10 a. m. Sacrament Service i Hines, of Clearwater, are guests i
6 5Don't 6:30: p. m. Public cordially of friends and relatives here this

invited.aim2ottant. week. AMERICAN BEAUTY DESICN-Brilliant new Here's America's: largest and finest low-priced car-the newest of all new

r Mrs. Farber returned home Sat. m styling featuring new grille! fender moldings automobiles-M trustworthy! as it U thritty to buy operate and maintain.
and rear-end design giving Chevrolet th.il
urday after being a patient In'' longer, lower, wider big.car look. N. h that longer, wider bigbeautifully- look New in its I I
the Alachua Hospital.Mr. smarter Fisher Body stylinglower and tailored odstrikingly Inte-
and Mrs. James Ortagus and I AMERICA-PREFERRED BODIES BY FISHER riots! New in safety, new n steering ease, new in feature after feature!
baby, of Jacksonville spent the -With strikingly beautiful linen, contours and
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weekend with her mother, Mrs I mI colors plus extra sturdy Fisher Unified construction Moreover it's thoroughly proved In all things, from the finer no-shift
I Kate Starling. and Curved Windshield with Panoramic driving of its Powcrglide Automatic TransmuMon.* or the finer standard
Walt! j' Visibility. driving of i its S Y nehro-Mesh Transmission to the fleet, frugal performanceof
I Mauri! Ratllff and Horace Cain, its Valve-in-HeaJ engine.
i were In Ga. on business Saturday. i I MODERN-MODE INTERIORS-Wiih uphot-
Get Mrs. Lizzie Dryden and Jeff I Mary and appointments of outstanding; quality Come in-see' and drive Americas target. and finest low-priced car-
Davis, are on the sick list thtsi and with extra generous seating room for driver Chevrolet for 51-the only car' that brings you so many big- t Your week.'II"e' wish them a speedy re and all passengers on big,deep,-Five-Foot Scats." at such I low cost!

covery. SAFETY-SIGHT INSTRUMENT PANEL-s rer,
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Griffin more efficient with overhanging upper crown to
TV spent Saturady In Starke. : eliminate reflections in windshield and with PLUS TIME-PROVED POWER 17/. _,
wIJ Mrs. Louie Dempsey, had as her m plain easy-to-read instrument !in'Iwo large

i guests Sunday her slater Mrs. clusters. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
Herrmann, her mother, Mrs. Rlnesj, 'MORE POWERFUL JUMBO-DRUM BRAKES
Set of High Springs, Mr. and Mrs. G -proved by more than a billion miles of performance in the hands of
(with Dubl life 'Iv.t&rol/ )
<< Ilnll'g.J-
Have your Fire Insur- P. Wadsworth, of Gainesville, and Largest brakes in the entire low-price field hundreds of thousands of owners. "Combination of PotrllJf/ Automatic
NOW checked Mr. and .Mrs. Theo Harden, of I ffa giving; maximum stopping-power with up to 2i7olets Tranjmlalon and 103-h p. Engirt optional on De Lute mujih at extra '
... ance policies Waldo. driver effort-and longer brake life. ..
., Call 239 Mr. and Mrs. Clarlnce Melton
NOW I IMPROVED CENTER-POINT STEERING/andCenterPoint
and children: Gainesville, were
have an Admiral or RCA demonstration in'our dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. John .D.f/gn>-.Making, steering extra
... .. IIJ easy Just as Chevrolet's famous Knee-Action Ride '
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home. McKlnny Sunday.Mr. is comfortable beyond comparison: in its price: 7
We Install {mi. r and Mrs. Faster Reynolds
........' and son, of Key West, have returned ungc. _. : __ *
and service
home after a weeks vaca- ) __ :
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Charley E. John tion with his grandparents, Mr. MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN AN OTHER CAR _

I'R'CHAS. C. SHEPHERD Agency and Mrs.. J. E.F.Call T., spent Abernathy.Mrs. New.Years
Phone IS
STABKK. FLA.
eve with her parents Mr. and Mrs
TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
TY Yv ...... ".. ,Cox In Hampton.
,... Mr. and Mrs. E. B. :McKlnny.

A : were supper guests of Mr. and PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS
Mrs. Johns Sunday night.
'. THE TRAVELERS. Hertford
pr Mntlna
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Andrews and _
son. of Gainesville, spent the week -
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1 IJAN121951 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEORAPH. STARKE.: FLORIDA FRIDAY JAJfttRy ,

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Recent Births Children's Committee Hears Need Told ,""tj:.'. : :";i J :'.If'I. :::.", .: : :-,::':V.:')!; ::," :::::, ",." '.. f'-'_)' .".:_. :" :.." .. ., ,. ._.. .. .......... .. "'CO :: ....... ::: .. ." .:'.::',: :t:, t ',:.

For Full-Time Social Worker In CountyThe ; I
n Mr. and Mrg. E. D. Patray announce -

the birth of daughter Donna regular monthly luncheon'I general welfare, hospitalization I

Lou, January 3rd at the Alachua meeting of the Bradford County,I health department, and tUbercu.1 .

Honpltal. Children's Committee was held losis patients. It was 1 :;

Monday at Avery Inn with Ute that a large portion of this money 1

Mr. and Mrs. Ned Vancy are receiving chairman, Mrs. Edward Bums, Is spent without any overall supervision :
congratulations on the and It wan suggested that I
presiding. .
I I birth of a daughter, Peggy Sue on I Among the topic. discussed wasa the service of a full time .welfare .

Monday January 8, In the Alacbua hookworm eradication project worker in thla county might almost .

County Hospital, Gainesville. The such as the ono that la being car- pay for Itself In more effi- f1 '
maternal grandparent Is Mrs. J. P. ried on by the Woman's Club of cient administration of these funds !!like

Stevens of Sanford and the paternal Marlanna, which won that club an Members of the committee generally (

grandparents are Mr. and Mrs award of $5,000. Hope was expressed expressed approval of such a \ a .0''

C. A. Yancy of Jacksonville. that some organizationwithin plan. x de

Bradford County will volunteer IN Clrrvlff c....... Rradfertl c....,.. Remember the
Mr. and Mr. Dwight MarshallOf to Inaugurate such a programeven florin. !. Ch........". +I 'b 'J :;
Plaintiff, "
Albert Jackaon Anderaon '
announce the birth If cash award la not '
Apalachlcola the vs Jean Lol. Anderson Defendant h .dly

of a daughter Mary Helen on December available. Figures on the percentage Order .f .............. Cans A... Ne No.l_1103 T. ', \ ,a' b r6\
31. Maternal grandparents of hookworm Infestation A.......... rATH' OV. FLORIDA TOt : i fC cr
I are Mr. and MM. Ben Row.f among school children In the, Jean kola. An I !": "V Mrn. Blame Morgan Allalee, 9 '
f f land of Starke. county can be secured from the Kentucky:
Health Department. You are required' to appear on
Bradford January ttth. 151. In the abovenamed
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CARD OF THANKSWe In the absence of Dr. Covlngton Court and cau... wherein .\. _.
plaintiff ....k. divorce Bradford RflflIC'Uc7 .
wish to take this means of Mrs E. U McKnight, public health County Telegraph. .hall publl.h th 't p1n1t'ainlp
I our deep appreciation nurse, reported on a child that was Order In next four weekly .. .1.1
expressing Wltneea my hand and official ..... ,,
: to our many friends for your comforting seen on September 22 at the Brad- at Starke, Florida, this December i
expressions of sympathy ford Health Clinic. Examination 27th 1950OFFICIAL. ... x,
I ( KAI) A. J: Thomas
and beautiful lowers durtng the revealed severe anemia. Mucous As Clerk of said Court \ M' 'here
beloved husband of the lips, ny Haven Crrmby.; Depuy Clerk ..1....)
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recent death of our membrances eyes Alan C. winter.) Jr., 202 Hmlth Built ,. ... '. i
I and father son and brother. gums. and mouth were "mow Inn Jarkaonvllle, Florida .x.
I -The family of Noah Green white" and no capillaries seen It Attys. for fit. 12129 4t lilt 'I' ; : -, .J .", .1.. "'", ..,',;" ." ,fit!' egad

Young. Sr.Jimmy. said. !. Circuit Cimrt. Bradford Coeat7.Florida ,,, '
I I waa I | !. dmmrrwr.Virginia / "H" ::,::' 1" hert',
I The clinic recommended immediate .. JamaiJ '
Duffey. plaintiff .v r'i;fl;' I bl.l u
I 1 Stewart hospitalization as repeated ,' Order. Uuffer.( ,Pablleatlon Defendant. sad Can N.No.......8211)t. __i :r.>! ", Cattle
blood transfusions were necessary I Appear. STATM OF FI.OHIH' tot ',Ii
; Stars In ''Jackpot 'Jamea 3.: Dutr.). whoa reeldenoe .1
r child would die. The
at once or the and address la: James :J. Duff,.. ttfl

4 I At Florida Sunday family Income had and only could farm not afford subsistence hos- AOI Office You Faa, are San Ron required Francisco 118, olo to, Fleet California appear Pout on: : Or Maybe You'd Rather Forget Them.4 ;>;.H' :

'J James Stewart and Barbara pitalization. Therefore the child February Court sth. and 1IS1,eau.In ,tha wherein onam..d : '', P.

b Hale are the lucky co-starring was referred to the county for plaintiff eeeka dlroroe, cuatody of .

t participants In "The Jackpot" the hospitalization which/was granted. minor minor child.child Bradford and support County for ToleBraph aald- i .<(.$ I

{W; new comedy hit made from a magazine Blood donors were secured by the .hall publlah this Order In 'What business man ;. ; 1.1':

article about the trouble" family before taking the child to next Witness four my weekly hand laauea.and official seal doesn't remember those ',"'"J':, r'i; ,"
that befall a radio jackpot reclpl,1 the hospital. The pediatrician at at Starlca, Florida, this January ,":: .. '
ent. It will tha at the hospital reported that shortly 3rd. 19S i grim .. .. ...... ,, '4ii
occupy screen (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thomas days \ .. .' .. 1\\ l> "' t
the Florida Theatre Sunday and after arrival at the hospital the As Clerk of laid Court .",\i I'hR'a: ,. tl '

Monday.But I child went Into complete shock and T fir Frank Haven Landrum
1 all Is not smooth sailing for i had to be placed In an oxygen tent Attye. for Pit. 15| U 1111 when men who 9 i .Many of those apple ,' ;,;: ,;:\ .. .... .ecouldn't \
Thelr's Is and that this waa one of the .. Bradford Cou. ); J
the "lucky" wliyters. : In f lr Cn.rr y ;
1 j no ordinary "jackpot", but a varied worst cases of hookworm that he Florida J.I. llunlley.Ckaaearr.Hattlo Plaintiff "., find work stood on the peddlers had been prosperous?! ;

assortment of prizes with an aggregate had ever seen. The child progressed Weldon M. Huntley, Defendant.No II47 street corners had good jobs t .a akJr
value of 24000.( ( Imagine rapidly under treatment after Case.. .tl_ T. lOt 10
Order Of Pakllratlnn A "It can't happen here,
i! their chagrin when they find that having: several transfunlons. The Appear. 0TATH OF FLORIDA. TOl selling apples ., had been makingextra or.va

1. this vast array of articles Is tax- remainder of the children In the dance Weldon la M.8 Flrat Huntley Street whose BIHmore real, money, just \ you say. Well maybe '

able, not only In the form of currency family were treated for hookworm North Carolina:
You are required to appear. on "I' not, brother. But it can come
but also In patience of the by the local Health Departmentand 'January Undo 1861 In the above as many are today. ;

recipient. who must live with or under direction of the sanitary I plaintiff named Court aeeka and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein .' But the trouble was, too blame close for !

dispose of the housefUlln.gUts.. officer some sanitary Improve (ounty Teleirraph ahall puhllKh thin .. 'f'r' I
{ comfort I There
\ plenty
.j The'complete readjustment In life ments were made at the home. ,Order Wltneaa In next mv hand four and..offcialeealat ''', ..,v" ,. they thought things are

\ necessary for Jimmy and his family The disease would not have progressed .9th Stark., 1050OFFICIAL,. Florida, this December .. ", a';.A,;'I<,<,.:,.,:' .' .. ';,ur.! :. would always be like that... of business,:! men up and down Call irlaet c
this far had the child been .
provides plenty of comedy grist SEAL) A. :J ThnmneA ,
( .J{ ,. \<, ; Street who are crying hey,
for the film In school or had lie been broughtto I Clerk of said Court :," They couldn't

The popular comedian James the clinic earlier It 'Is under ,)Martin Tlv Haven J. Pearl Croabv.(12 Deputy Consolidated Clerk ',.' SEE AHEAD. li.h: ;, hard times right now. I

1 Gleason. is on hand to play a newspaperman stood that the project In Marianna Rilg, Jackeonvllle, Florida.Attys. \ I.ret, \
'I for: Pit. 12122 4t 1112 1 And judging by the present
l friend of Stewart's who I with its accompanying education \ WrG

I begins by covering thd'story of his program has practically eliminated sorry outlook for a aUr

winning. and ends by" saving hi., hookworm In that county.It CLASSIFIEDTIAntOfl b I' S
kin. How this Is accomplishedmakes was also brought out that the strawberry crop this year, there'll be 01&

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rib-ticking film fare. Board of County Commissioners -- ---- -- ; plenty more weeping andwailing 11,
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the School Board and the City of t., '. -/0/
REP"'HlCn' ... < J "," .. ", before many months .1',
.HlelneaaoKafcle ,, ,
expanding .a All Mak All M '\ \ .
Starke together
are *.lMir..... ............. \ ... I
W.C.T.U."WHAT total of $19,297.15 annually for SHKPHKBHo Have rolled '
C. around.
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KIND 0.... n. ,'SON. We CAIU owe OF our THANKS most sincere FOR troll BALK Jewel-O move.. Four 3 yr.burner. old De-In .."",.. d",.\, ";" ,,.) \. ':i-, .. .. I' ,:;.. .. ./ ,. ", .. ."... .' ... ,." ',-.
INO IS IT THAT CONSIDERS nan n.lrhJ6ra. '!Ii .' .. .. 10" ..',.
A-I eomlltlun, also "" ,. ,.. '." ill
RKLIGION AND EDUCATIONOF thank to Sen. Charley Johns and lor 6U. In A-l condition-Cull Z9Mm .", '",, ; .t'
other members of the Elks Club !\ Crowann. liron ./.1'; '- .
LESS: IMPORTANCE TO
who donated and delivered to our flALE-or Kent the property We forget who said
THE NATION THAN ITS LI ,
Urocerjr
Pine
Twin
home nice box of good eats for and
a ''ct north
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QUORflt'FLORIDA GOOD .I Christmas. Corjey and Mamie and on road t.Station, Btarke, Flu.. Ms. ; "Where there is no vision
NEWS
) D. A. Judd. 4tp IIU|
Johns.LOCH'S the people perish." Perhaps it come:
lo'OH i HAI.H}; OK ut-N, a rental unit.
In Oalneavlllei; 6 rm. house the '. from the Bible .
1 Starke has opportunity
bath, screened porch) also I rmHaras's an l

people, with and pvt.on bath* SIBn8w; to insure itself, at least partially, '' maybe Socrates maybe Plato m
eth Ave, Oalneavllle, t bike fromP. ,.
wr RATE K. Yona-e HehooI and hospital against a return of the but whoever said it
Jessie Lee Lassnby, Lak. But Apple >it
... gf lit'
I. Response to this knock of Days. At long last we have the in'side spoke a mouthful.
FOR nJlNT--CatU. pasture a few

STORE r: DRUGS IK head ad. One)tt. Dollar I-;North: ; per of month BtarkeCyrus per- opportunity had been good- track to obtain a branch of an a
W Beam, 2tp Iii' t
established
I on the part of some-- manufacturing con t
Incun.b..red
WANTtr.n-Whlt. u n ]
DRUG ..W ALWAYS small housekeeper.salary. Two Room children board location and- but unfortunately, not cern, now eager to find a new :' '

Juiit out of Waldo. FV> location in '
at25. Florida. .
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Waldo tip enough. It's too big a deal! to be

II I no1'11" I" ITORO R"DI07, swung by the small group whose lot..J> Opportunity, they say, knocks \' ::...' 11 ,_:. o
{We Maintain Jacksonville Prices H U'IO-P.'IItHU''Plt16. A '
I' l'oRTRU.KI5. O.ar..f.-.ll but once, and it doesn't stand there '
__ <'" ",".*'" O. HtlKPIIKItnCourt it usually falls to take f .,

', FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS Mmlleosi Bt".. Stark leadership in matters of this kind. '. until its knuckles get raw, either. ,

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HOVIVO A HAUMNO of any kind. ,
It
Jackson Transfer it goes on to some other .
H Billy Jaokson. To put over
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: Mum Deodorant Cream - 59c Co,. Fh, im or 4.-W. If :'.
will require the wholehearted door where the latchstring has '

I Freezone For Corns - - 31c JUST RECEIVED OF \ unselfish, and enthusiastic I been left out by people with vision. ., ,'" .
SHIPMENT a.
-- Farman CubTH'ACTOHS cooperation of every business : tJ4: land

25c Bayer Asprin a a a 19c professional man in 1 '

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ASK FOR -.
i Veto 39c' town. ; ,
\ Large Size - - n.:1IONSTRA.TIONFARM.IIOME: :r
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I Kripton Cold Tablets ------e SSc and AUTO SUPPLYFOR .t In

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I -- 8\1.1"4 .arm farm In renterof We cannot help but believe yq
II! SOc Barbasol Shave 39c pored will. on railroad bgl
Cream I.swtey
I - and highway, Mr. W. FClodwln that this full-scale cooperation. _
t HQ* B1.Uta.. *. ria: It ". .. will be forthcoming in time-but. j st

1 ANTAHIST SSc FOR RENTI; Unfurnished two bedroom will it be in time enough? We 4 ,
house, wired for electric business materials earnestly( appeal to every
stove, hoe automatic. hot waterheater.
FLETCHERS CASTORIA - 39c Mr. J. U. "' ''3/mour. N.W"I..r ;. are advancing almost daily, one who reads this message to
St Itp give this matter most
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other towns are making attractive
FOR BALF!-Nora"* .l.ctrlo raniri serious s consideration not tomorrow
;: HALO SHAMPOO, large 57c Nora. circulating. ace next heater.door Phllrorefrigerator. to overtures to the manufacturer not next week .
Went End: Oro.-John Chlldrmit. to bring his plant to them, but TODAY 1 Ask yourself
59c lap. and other factors make fairly
COTTON PICKER - - and
I squarely
why YOU
WANTED: Neat. sober man for In- time of the essence".
should leave
cursors debit In Htark Aoplr this matter up to the ,
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DOUBLE DAY Peanuts, 8 oz. can a 39c John Chlldremi next door..to Wt What we are going to do must be felacross. l ow next door to put. ,tb
End O."nh r'h'Mr' Itp
done NOW. within the next week .
69c FOR "RFVT* Seven rm. hou.... nwly or ten day. Everyone in the community, ;t ,P'il.pim. ,
CASHEWS, 7 oz. - - painted Interior. Inqulr Immedl.allv. and many throughout the ,pit
John Cltlldr** next to Wept. .1111''
Find firs lip county will benefit, either directlyor ..
$25.95 Radio Now Only $19.95 Indirectly from lou'
FOR RENT: -Nlr* newly. decorated this
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roomy apartment, 403 N. Walnut enterprise be he .
groceryman druggist
atMr.: .. F tt lnne. ItnKXPRRIENCKn ..r
$1.50 Value Gillette blades & cream 98c ..6..." lawyer, banker, ,
: BOOKKEEPFRwlnho .IM
part-time employment. Full ,'. preacher, teacher,
Blades rharr tax work. ventral. ledver, .
with
$1.75 Gillette Razor $1.00 minister of the
eta, Writ Pnx 411-V. aturk. Fla... Why wait for someone who i'n
gospel, oil distributor, theatre; can ill afford to the time ''bill
Jig Saw Puzzle (600 Pieces) only e e 49c .IIT* full mock of arden and
i feed. ...d. 8ee ua before buvlnvo or what have you. to come around and f1
invite
Shaeffer fine line pencil $1.00 ..r price. are rlwht All seed. are you
.r e __,rheaner.........1...than last seifHon U". H:t5,T. .. .._ lino d A ilia fie to buy a share in your

i Shaeffer fine line ball point - $1.50 WANTED"" TO, RENT: f nr 1 bedroomonfurnlah.d I I. MR. GUY ANDREWS. President I not take owns security important? \Vhy volunBradford
step I
*""'_'.'>.". local hon*r.nr..'..*..partmnrt ..... It II I I Investment Enterprises Inc. tarily as concrete evidence of

t New sedative tablets. For simple nervousness, ('nMnfi0lThi BnOKKRRPINa T8. I Starke Fla. I your faith in Starke and your

sleeplessness and restlessness. Try this new ..TIM.1TS.....yhlns'' Ideal. you for peal imalt. In one hunlnen'bonk;. I I I am interested in knowing more about the factory project with fellow citizens? You can do"a ...
I p. it at Rr/dford Coiin'' i
tablet onlll $1.00 per bottle. Telegraph tf view to possibly buying one or more shares in the Corporation. I this simply and easily bysigning tI

r Riverside Farm; $1650 I I Please hare A representative of the Corporation call on me at the coupon-at the bottom 1ft

Once your doctt.y' has written your prescription he depends ".....11 travel fur wide to heat tM your earliest convenience. I of this page and mailing it OJ...!

1 I .on the pharmacist for accurate compounding.That's ara-aln'Noui 'Sac In Handy fertile IS-acre till....layout. bal pa, a..- I I today Or had you rather have

where we come In. Every prescription broughtto ,Deer"".. *IT. peach w*. appro tree. aUn M orana-e urapefriilt, t* Name_____.____________________________------------- ,J' an apple- ?
us Is filled with scientific accuracy-with the best ana-erlne *. pecan.;; Kl .rm bungalow : I I 1I
quality drugs. Bring next prescription to with. .1.! ... barn 11x10: Hampton Address _________
your us, or
only :3 ml. Clalne.viiie only J5 mine,' ----------------------- __n_________ I
phone 53. a ''.teal'' at thin low. price, only I I THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY TilE TELEGRAPH
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