Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Open Letter,r' i ,T Wl BRADroR 'C UNTYTEL G fAtiR 'w PASS .

I Len Spector Official County Publication Established In 1819 _I SECTIONS .__

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W'SII"W k" ,Florida i Gen. Lance Encouraged Blanding's Bond Trustees And
I Od February of last State year" I spent two weeks touring your I over City

dnderfullfSunshlne I was tremely impressed with everything r saw, and 1 am
i Chances Mter Trio To Washington
HUnafyixi first, because out ()f.all the cities I stopped and vis !

ed, ypW.'City Impressed me the most. The layout and atmos- I I Consider Purchase Of Plant UnitSeaboard

ereyofattarke: the friendliness and hospitality of Its citizens : "Information obtained Washington indicates that Camp

ry'onir:*?<*w of the'mny reasons,,I am writing: you. I Blanding will receive early consideration in the event of fur- V

'\'roittierten, a long-story, I would very much enjoy being a : ther expansion of our mobilization program," Major General Given Plant SuperintendentPoints
erenansnt'. resident of your beautiful city : Mark V. Lance, Adjutant General of Florida, told the Telegraph New Speed Limit Out Need
.<""a.mi!! 32: years of age. I have had two years of college : in a telephone interview yesterday operating report for the past five years as submitted to the
Of 45 Miles Per Hr. Board of Bond Trustees" the For
by More
plant superintendent:
.*lnlnir;mostly general courses. J. have had typing and clerical The General had lust returned I CapacityThe

Jtttngv': ;''alssome shipping and commercial driving expert- to his headquarters in St. Augustine that all three branches of the The City Council met In regulai Tran.ferelS

Sc. -r after conferences with Army armed forces are now reviewingthis session Tuesday night with the Net Plant Profit Board of Bond Trustees of

r'l' 'i'am.. )looking for a position where opportunity exists and heads In the Pentagon building and surplus and "freezing" such following members present: H. A, Year Plant Peak Lrt Gnww Sales, Tip City Jen. Fund the City Light & Water Plant, ata

''here I ,may,"lettle down and take part in social and civic afilr ,with Congressional leaders on articles as they can use. He was Bishop, Jr. Chairman, James A. 1946 460( K.W. $ 92,807.74 $ 34,50000 called meeting Tuesday January
: Capitol Hill concerning "an important : sent here to see whether amy articles Lewis, L. O. Harem P. L. Bridget 1947 M(0 I<.W. 84777.89 32,50000 16, made recommendation tojthe
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f Jt would greatly appreciate you sending me all the particulars! military matter." are still being disposed of and William T. Jackson. 1948 630: K.W. 89.621.8ft 71,366.23 City Council that a new Diesel

egardlng Starke. What job opportunities It offers, and whe- He reiterated his belief that the that might have military value In L 8 Kinnebrew of the Seaboard 1949 700 K.W. 96,116.68 34,000.00 generating unit be purchased for
future status of Blinding! depends Airline Co before the Municipal Light Plant
? If the situation looks hope- view of the stepped up defense Railway appeared 1950 950 K.W. 103624.19 21,500.00
sufficient openings
her there are entirely on the degree of Intensity program.CoL the Council asking that the Total cost of addition to plant building and 600 H,P. 'This action was take upon recommendations -

ul, then,.titjrtll truly endeavor to make Starke toy permanent" reached In the military training. Frake was accompanied on speed limit for trains within the Diesel electrical' generating unit Installed 'In 1946 52,05100 made by Plant

eidenc' ;|pjL' program. The General has previously his visit here by E. O. Rowland city limits of Starke be raised from Superintendent B. 8 Johns, and
Ielo'e.Jy, ; hope the outlook will be affirmative, and I am / said that present campsare from State Improvement Commission 20 miles per hour to 45 miles per "-' -- after careful Investigation and

agerly.-anticipating an early reply. : nearing their capacity load headquarters In Tallahassee hour. After a lengthy discussion Total 1251,92025 consideration of the plant operat-

be seeing you In the very near future. and that additional camps must be While here they conferred withE. of same, motion was made by Total reinvested, In generating plant 62,054,00Transferfcl ing records over a period of 20

Very truly yours, put back into commission If the L. Matthews, president, and Bridges that the section" of the ordinance ... .. -- years

Leon L. Spector armed forces are expanded- fur Guy Andrews, vice president of the regulating the speed limit to City General Fund $199,86625 Due to the present: international

. 44 Garfield Street ther.He Starke Chamber of Commerce of the Seaboard Airline Hallway be Power purchased last year amounted to $3,09703 compared with situation, it Is I estimated that at

Cambridge 38, Mass said that he left Washington The C of C officials had previously modified to allow a maximum $1,483.57 purchased during 1949, This Inereaao is due' ,to the fact that least one year will be required to

, "very much encouraged" that wired ,the Florida Congressional speed of 45 miles per hour within we must purchase power on all peak loads( and when any generator In Install a new unit In the plant.In .
0 Blandlng would receive early and delegation asking a review of the the city limits. Motion was seconded the plant Is out of service for malntalnenca or repair. his report the superintendent

)e4jtLecln: }; favorable consideration In the status of surplus material at Camp by Hazen and upon roll-call said, < that the peak load and out-
"'": wish'more than anything In the world that 1 could truth- event of a more intensive mobilization Blandlng. vote the vote was as follows: put of the plant Increased duringthe
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(*answer your letter and say, "Come on down. .opportun- program. of O-4 Section The local men told Col. Flake Yeas: Bridges, Hazen, Lewis pant year at the most rapid
Col. C. O. Frake
Uea,,unlimited for ambitious young men like you. .plenty of (Logistics), Department of the that they were Interested" In the t .Naye" : Jackson, Bishop Gulf Life President rate In the plant's history. "Peak
peningsjaad(, prospects good for rapid advancement." *But I matter only from a standpoint of Motion was made by Bridges load reached 950 kilowatts In December
Washlngtbn D, C. was at
Army, notified
sn't 'do- lt-'jj..After all, a young man like you, on the verge of Camp Blending Wednesday making : economy to the Government. If that Sam Rosenberg of Buys Factory Shares 1950:\ : 250 kilowatts over
there Is surplus that could be that his property on the corner the of TOO 1940. The
'taking % serious decision that might affect his entire future, is an on-the-ground review of. any streets peak during
and Jefferson
ot looklftgj01'" alot of eye-wash. You,: have asked some straightistlons previously designated "surplus":I reclaimed and used of by mobilizationthey the Govern must Thompson be cleaned up within the next T T, Phillips, president of the through Investments and loans tc plant output was 3.458,120! K. W.
ment In this period Hs. in 19V. an Increase of 427.-
.o and you deserve some straightforward an<- property being disposed of throughthe I ten days. Gulf Life Insurance Co., Jacksonville Industries, churches municipalities "
felt that It should 000 K. W. Hrs over 1919 Johns
that is what you're going to get.gh State Improvement Commis A letter from the State{ Road became a stockholder In Brad and Individuals

II' *'you are when you comment on the friendliness and sion.Col. Col. Frake stated that his official Department was presented to the ford Development Enterprises. Gulf Life Insurance Co. I I. a fine reported."

!tty of the citizen of Starke. We are friendly and hos- Frake did not wish to make report would be released I.tel Council asking for permission" to Inc. Tuesday afternoon when he example of a "home-grown enterprise "Total Installed generating capacity
'ltab1 f.y.,r, know of no town of its size with a more pleasent at- any statement pending his official through Congressman Charles :' establish a detour over the City subscribed to 5 shares of stock In ," Itself and under the guid Is 800 kilowatts In three
Bennett. unite Unit No. 1. Installed In
lospbe '.'than. Starke', nor a better, more cultured class of report to Washington but say streets during the widening of the corporation formed for the pur ance of Its forthright president
1930: 150: K. W.; Unit No. 2. Installed
Temple Avenue,*stating that they pose of erecting a factory building now has some $560,000,000: worth
IUN ... a whole. But hospitality and friendliness, highly In 1938. 200 K. W.; Unit
'rhullc!; are, won't pay grocery bills and room rent, will would repair any damages done to In Starke of Insurance in force It Is well
' ey No.3. Installed in 1946. 450 K.
: Red Cross Reorganizes Chapter; any streets occasioned by through Mr. Phillips made his purchase known for Its prompt payment of "
heyI4af W. the pointed
r superintendent
traffic.. following a conference in his Jacksonville claims and has many policy hold-
1 No(that we're exactly starving to death down here, you un- out.
with local commit.
J, A. Williams' application for a era In this county.
: ..tariC' .ln fact, we're getting along very nicely, thank you. : Gets Set For '51 Fund CampaignThe plumbing permit with his master's tee comprised of Guy Andrews Jn taking five share of stockIn The Board of Bond Trustees wilt

ust'wrtSf enough'to make some of us a trifle smug and selfatUfled plumbing certificate was approvedfor president, and E. L. Matthews, vice the local corporation Mr. Phillipssaid meet with the City Council at a

and a little shortsighted as to what might be In store a plumbing license. president of the corporation. T. H "I am glad to do this muchas joint meeting on Tuesday. January

or su-rJui next year or the year after that or the year after that. annual meeting of the The City Clerk was Instructedto Slade and Senator Charley E. an Indication of my faith In 23, at 7:30: P. M. to discuss plan

"ou: might; even find a job of sort*-if you aren't too choosy; Bradford County Chapter of the get prices and work out the Johns.As Starke and also an expression of for the purposed Installation of

vt It'* a, problematical thing. You might and again you might American Red Cross was held Fri- plans of a needed cash register tot.e president and founder of Gulf appreciation to the people of your the new unit.HOSpital.
Installed In his office. Life, Mr Phillips has been Instrumental good community for their favors,
otA1.far? as being able to be specific about opportunities day evening. January 12 In the I I I
;. The following recommendationswere In helping to build Florida past present and future,
educational Building
pens uttnd future possibilities-I'm sorry to say, Leon-It Methodist Petition
1st dHO be done. W. B. Sewell, acting chairman of received from Berry S. Johns
Of. course: ; the picture might change-and soon, we hope. the board, called the meeting to f e : and the Board of Bond Trusteesfor Women InjuredIn Several Qualify
led the proposed purchase a new
tod doubt have heart something,of the much-touted move- order and Rev B.E. Simmons unit for the City Light As Seems OkayThe
The treasurer generating Auto Accident Candidates In
the In prayer.
_ industry to the South. But so far most of it seem to Plant '
afi" ped somewhere north of the Georgia line. Florida Is Miss Lillian Stump reported on Hon. Board of Bond Trustees Near.Hampton Brooker Election
condition of the
' the financial Board of County Commissioners
desperate effort to obtain) new Industries, and slowly, Municipal,Light Water Plant
chapter. Mrs. Edward Burns, Mayor.HuwJett. 8. Anderson has met In special session Wednesday -
,, Two white were seriously
.; the effort Is paying off. .. Gentlemen: women
service Issued ,
home chairman, reportedthat proclamation calling a afternoon for the purpose
: )! now the City ,of Starke Is'closer than ever before to for assistance Due to rapid Increase In the use but not critically injured about
general for of check
$1,291.90 was spent automobile : elscUon the Town of signatures on petitionsasking
last In
41Jta aing a substantial Industry which might, w* hope lead to such as emergency, food t'eJectrlclty the peak load on the 4:10: pm.accident Friday at "Hampton an Brooker:for Tuesday February 14 that an election be held to

hU.ell: and another I In years to come. But you're Interested and medical care, to veterans and plant Is now over our generating .IUlHltl". eHighway- ,Guy Urr*!? .ce..t..1. submitted determine whether IW.IIO& Bradford
,'a6' answer now-not .next, m01ltla., ,''!lot next year not tea.years: service men's families during 1950 c& *u>ty, it 'power'on nuw being necemiaryto loads.Peak hie resignation -alderman, making County woul<< "!ev'> 'a tax mlllagefor
com. 's nC. Right T Mrs. Worth Lamar, chairman of purchase kilowatts Patrolman Q. A. Fllllnglm It necessary to elect three aldermen the purchase and maintenance*
to 050 -
,i.W.ll. 'maybe of weeks I tell reported that load, who Investigated the accident: of a public hospital.
in a couple can you somethinglittle Grey Lady's Corps, in December, 1950, an Increase Instead of two, a. previously -
of service were given said (hat Charles Murphy Sampson After checking the petitions the
703 hours
". f more definite Leon. Right now the situation looks H of 'I 2M>' kilowatt over,the announced.

try.hopeful-:: but It'* not going tot be an easy job because the by the group in the Veterans Hoep1tal peak of TOO* kilowatts during the SoUt City sedan Negro onto,V.drove 8. 301 his, directlyIn 34 De- Four candidates have qualifiedfor Board found with' that the law they In'apparentlycomplied the number -

ommunlty must raise the money to build the factory building in Lake City year of 1949. This was the largest front of the southbound automobile the office of alderman up to I
r of valid of
committee report signature -
t'e :the South Is so desperately behind the 9-ball on this The nominating Increase In any year of opera driven Florence John date. They are J. W. Plnhol.terI
by G. S. New- JOHN TORODE by and It was stated that the
deal the manufacturers entrenched was given I Uon.8 electric and Howard C. Douglas. Aubrey G.
are so firmly officers new ranges son Heckman, 45, of St. Petersburg. Board would announce Its further
.It industrial areas, that we must make all kinds of con- comb,unanimously and the following elected: John A.Torod. water heaters are being installed Murphy was driving east on State Hazen. and J. W Thomas.A. action In this matter at Its meet-

...."on.to. break them loos( and bring them here. were ., chairman; S. E. Simmons, every week.' I believe that our peak Road .68 from Brooker. Leslie Green has qualified asa Ing on Monday. Feb. 5.

j1'f' Borne folks don't believe In that sort of thing. They say tat vice chairman; Rev. B. E. Simmons load will be 'over If not 1000 before.kilowattsthis Mrs. Roy 2..*.... 79. of Ha f fey.Pa. candidate for town marahall 1
' e>+od7t helped me build my building, why should I help aomeI3T" 2nd vice chairman;' Mrs. .' At summer no time, In the history of the ., a passenger In the Heckman Clerk.David W.' Green for City Rotarians To Sponsor

Well. that one way to look at It, Leon, and In Marcus. Brown recording secre. close car, was also seriously Injured and I
plant has It been operated as
; Glee ClubLt.
broad land of ours thank Heaven, Is re- -. both well Registration books close on Jan- Emory
every man tary. Miss Lillian Stump was to full load rapacity as It I Is today, women as as Murphy 21
and aU
, his own opinion.( Others take the broader view-the elected treasurer. and we are now 100 per cent dependent were taken to the Alachua County uary to register at their citizens earliest are urged conenlence. I J. W Hagen, officer In

> a few hundred dollar Invested in a factory build- Other members chosen to serve '!\. !" '' I I on purchased power' for Hospital a DeWItt C. Jones am- \ Registration book are charge of the Jacksonville District.

return a thousandfold to the Investor over a period of on the board of directors were E 'H" :' ttand-by If any one of our generating bulance. J located In the J. W, Pinholster Florida Highway Patrol, was a

increased business for his establishment. What's L. Matthews Guy Andrews, O. S. units are out of service. While Vincent Billiard, Lawtey Negro" store. guest of the Rotary Club here

5' tti helping another fellow if. In the long run. you help Newcomb, J. R. Kelly W. B. Se- aF t++ the Clay Electric do-Op has given who wee riding with Murphy was Wednesday, showing a brief safety

, t At least, that's the way most of us feet" about it, well, O. L. Linsln Doyle E. Connor Y't r excellent service during the past I uninjured. Sgt. E. Robinson film and giving a short talk on

4OM.'afd I believe you'll agree. and Rev. T. O. Mitchell. Mrs Edward year, except for the 28 hours their Ronald Drapeau of Hampton an highway' safety The program was

f \Others (and thank Heaven, there are few of these) not onlyld Burns home service chair. line was out during the storm the eye' wltnexn to the''accident, .told Killed In Accident In charge of Sheriff 1' D. Reddish.
Trawick, safety fact remains that their contractcan The club voted to a
man, and sponsor
> their support-financial, physical and moral but act- Patrolman Fillingim that Murphy
services chairman, are also members be terminated on 30 days' not Serving In KoreaWord concert here by the Emory at Val-
tend on the sidelines and attempt to belittle the efforts I drove onto the through highway
of yie board. Other membersof ice, In my opinion we are in a dnsta Glee Club sometime In February -
who their dead level best to make Starke without halting his car. The
are trying patrolman
will to has been received the
in by
the board from the County very serious situation regard This "same, well-known
a own that CAN offer opportunities to a. man liken. i said that reckless driving
young be announced at a later date. our power plant and respectfully family that M. Sgt Emmett musical organization was sponsored
n. Of course, we understand that this is what psychol- Doyle E. Conner was appointedas submit the following recommendation charges would be preferred against Robinson, son of Rev James W. by the Rotary Club here last

gists 11 "defense mechanism." They're vainly trying to chairman for 1951 fund cam and ask that It be entered In Murphy from the as soon .as he Is released and Lavinla Robinson of Starkewa year.

ins elr Indefensible position in the eyes of their fellow paign. The following members of the Minutes of the Board of Bond hospital.Both killed In Korea on December Plans for the Rotary box supper

'ftls.na4and: perhaps even In their own consciences. But let's the board were selected to serve DOYLE CONNER Trustees: cars were almost complete. 27 while serving with the Service and barn dance In the Legion hall

,worry to much about those few Leon. Obviously you didn't on the fund campaign planning Recommendation to Bund Trustees ly demolished. Battery of the 969th Field Artil tonight (Friday) were discussedand

any of them on your previous visit to Starke, or you commltee: O. 8 Newcomb. W. B. As loads on the Municipal Light ,lery. completed. Rotary Ann will
B't have been quit so complimentary. ".eWllh"Guy Andrew and J. K BPW And Lions Plant have Increased In the last Margaret Miller According to Information racelv. wear dungarees or gingham dresses -

year, to an amount over the gen- ed here, Sgt. Robinson died a" a and the men overalls, or word
an tell you one thing, fellow, and !It maybe just the rayyou're Kelly. Enter Doris MoncriefIn I Is Courtesy WinnerMrs.
_ Rev. T. O. Mitchell was namedas erating facilities installed It Is result of Injuries received when to that effect.
looking for. From past experience, I believe
fund publicity chairman. Beauty ContestThe my recommendation to the Bond a truck in which he was riding
Margaret Miller\ of the local'
jSafely" say there are enough public-spirited, forward-
Trustees" that they make recom- under bridge.
general capsized a
"" Miss Bees McIntosh, Local Bank Joins /
A & P Store announced this
self-sacrificing citizen In Starke to over Profes- was .
put any project from Southeastern Starke Business and mendation to the City Council thata Robinson .
Sgt. had been In the
field representative
their mind and will to do. They are determined to do Area In Atlanta, spoke tonal Woman's Club and the new Diesel generating unit of not CoWtesy week as winner Contest of the first annual the service for nine years and had been Others In State

h and I believe It will be done. briefly on the challenge and responsibility Starke Lion Club are jointly sponsoring less than 850 Kilowatt capacity be Sarke Rotary Club.sponsored by oversea, first In Japan and later In Special WeekThe

uld be a whole lot easier of course \If everyone would of the American Red Miss Doris Moncrief of the Installed soon as possible In the In Korea since August He Is sur

,itch nd do his part but maybe the world just wasn't deal Cross. State Farm In Ute "Mis International Municipal Light Plant. Customers were asked to vote vlved by his wife Bertlce, and a Florida Bank at Starke wm-

t way, Leon and there' no use indulging In wishful An organization meeting will be Beauty Pageant" being held Very truly yours during December on the most daughter Gwendolyn, both of join with some 200 other Florida

nisk la there? held *t,the Methodist recreational at the Whitehall Hotel tn Palm BERRY 8. JOHNS.Superintendent. courteous employee serving f'< Lincoln City.County banks In observance tot "Know
Beech this weekend. Judges of public In Starke. The contest was Your Bank Week." January 2227.
,its this letter Isn't as encouraging as you had hoped for, rmd.rryh building Monday evening January
this contest Include such famous conducted by T. II. Slade of Rotary of this. observancewill
A highlight
Mat that's the picture a* I see It right now. You can be 22, at 7:30: o'clock.Andrews Officials
Princes Oblllnsky and Vocational Service Commit. _
name a* of be he holding of "open house"by
of the Board
At a meeting
soured however i that WANT
we young men like you and w* Rosenstein.Miss .
Nettle tee. Before Road Board almost bank in the stateon
Bond held on January every
10:want" to keep OUR OWN and Orders Trustees
men who
young women areTtduating
Moncrief, daughter of Mr. afternoon and evening of
16. 1951, the following recommendation Other employees receiving votesIn
from high school and college every year and hav- 16 New UniformsFor and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief. has already were made: Motionwas the content Included Mrs. LoU' Members of the Board ot County January 24.

been the recipient of t-vc.. 8r. Commissioners are In Tallahassee W. B. Sewetl. president of the
B. ,
LeagueHerb mAde by George Flynn, Johns of the Stark Telephone Co
seekWe're: Legion honors: this ye.... She was a final- that due to the vast Increase In and Mrs Shirley Pollet of Rob- today meeting with the State local bank announces that open'
ist In the nation-wide Calendar Road Department to formulate the wUl be held betweenthe
Thomas, manager and peak load at the Light Plant In bin*', house there
..MwVADd.: who knows-perhap* alx month from now I can coach of the American Legion Jun- Girl contest sponsored by Esquire: the past year It I. recommendedto 1951 budget for secondary road hour of 3:30: and 6 p.m. on

vii and truthfully say. ;-com* on down, the water's fine! ior and Midget baseball programs, Magazine, and was later chosen the City CouncU for their discussion Demonstration Club con.tructlon'ln Bradford County Wednesday. Jan. 24. Refreshment *
Sincerely announced yesterday that the An- 1050 Tangerine Festival Queen at and approval' the purclias The Commissioner are accompanied will be served In the lobby of the

E. L. Matthews President drews Motor Co. ha ordered 16 Winter Haven. or an additional generating To Hear SpeakerMiss by the Clerk of the CourtA. bank and the public Is cordially

1- Starke Chamber of Commerce new uniform for use of the Legion unit that recommendation being J. Thomas County Attorney H invited-
teams this season. Fair Exhibit based on present and future critical Joyce Bevls Extension Ser. V. Knight and Senator Charley E "Know Your Bank Week" wa*

; - -- The Junior baseball program I ii conditions In obtaining a generating vIce Clothing Specialist from Tallahassee John conceived by the public relations

Recent Births co-sponsored throughout the United Mr. Marian Howe, executive unit. Therefore, unless a will be guest speaker at After the Brooker-New River committee of the Florida Banker
[ernon Rogers States by the American Legion secretary of the Starke Chamberof purchase Is made, we will be sole the Lawtey Home DemonstrationClub road, the Brownie road Is next A.. lation. "'VI! want to> show-

tes Training: MICHAEL GROVER IIATTON nd the Ford Motor Company. Commerce, announced yesterdaythat ly dependent on outside sources Thursday afternoon January on the priority list for hard-sur people that bankers are 'friendly
k Thomas stated that the Midget plan are ping up /_ell for with' no gusrantee that outside 25, says Miss Dorothy ROSA, HomeDemonstration facing- folks, that they're really human
ettton A. Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hatton an will begin workout March Bradford County's second annual source will be available to us. Mo- Agent. The meet. beings, and that the marble. wall

Rogers, ST.. of Booker, re- flounce Ute birth of a son, Mlchae 1 L.eague exhibit at the Stat Fair in Tampa. lion was seconded by Titus Olson Ing will b.e held at the school at Merchant's DivisionA and Iron grills. are there to protect

ipleted his AF basic air- Grover, on. Thursday Nov. 30, 1 Ii n Pinky Davis. Bert Newcomb Although final detail of the exhibit ; tad carried by unanimous vote. 2:30.: All members and visitors are I the depositors," a committee

doctrlnatlon court at Tack Hazen and Billy Dansby, four have not been worked out them on Tuesday January 23rd. at urged by the president Mr. Jim meeting of the Merchant Division spokesman said.

Air Force Base hi Sin All Saints Hospital. Fort Worth -via ye r* who are Ineligible for the yet Mr. How. stated that It will 7:00: o'clock pm. to discuss this rOW1lnto attend. Miss Bevl' of the Chamber of Commerce "Know Your Bank Week" was

';Texas. His basic train- Texas. Mrs. Hatton will be remembered Junior program because of overage be a. credit to the county and la matter 'will discuss various aspect of the designated In a special prpcUma.:

red him for entrance into a* the former Melbi.I will captain the midget team asking for the cooperation of the There being no further business, clothing problem Including Consumer will be held Friday eveningat tlon Issued by Governor Fuller

ilcal training and for as- Clemons of Stark: Thomas said. public in staging the display. the meeting adjourned. Education. 8 p.m. at the Courthouse. Warren
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I Ever notice how much deer/ they milk or canned cream.! 1: use City Council of the City ot Starke. pressure> (, ",
/' : Bradford County t TelegraphESTABLISHED are when In uniform? Then we just' cream. Bake slowly until ap- Florida at the City Hall In Starke !(Hydraulic... than 4t)0l)or) i" !I.J. J.I" J.'
fL realize their worth, as citizens andas ples are done.I Florida, until T o'clock FM.: on mchant, tn. Ita
OWNBRIDITOHPubllnlicil soldiers. wade Don a black raspberrypie Tuesday the S3 day of January A.D. Motor \ oylind" ".
1879 E. L. 1951. at which lima and nine Ml not !lest than jl I
We had a funeral yesterday Man and one small apple pie this bids received will be publicly. opened The Bald l C its 1//
I 33 years old lie died of f.ft. He morning. The apple pie la rich and I and read aloud for the pur- to accent or rtllr. '1'1.
i chana of on.fotor! Orader pacification City "
and Entered as Second I found out he had It when they gave different Children usually, like I a. follow: g j. I
Every Friday: .. leon Bcartfur not lase than ell' V.
? Weight
at the PostMEMBER Office at Starke I la. i I gy Lara gttrqess AtobrPQMCA. ( him his physical for the army exam them. 8150 pound, \vltn ten foot blade t''
l Matter
Cuum back In the other war He was CLAY HILir-Soon be five ,
.... .. NEBRrW'hrrehr yean
1951 I sent to a hospital for T'.U. patients since I bade Clay Hill school goodbye 1 let
Q!) the tinny, happy day think all people who have been In He has been treated foe six years and cf me west. I hall never
For SU i Months fly by and I sing a song, I meditate service have that feeling. That Is This week he lost a losing fight forget roy children. I had a card Every Branch
.ut> trlptlon 92.00 Annually on the goal thing In life and!II why I think military training ItI He would so much rather have beena from Ella!; Mae Oateen, a letter
say a prayer for the boys In ser I good for young, men and women.I soldier and lost Ills life in battle.I from Dorothy Manning and a letter INSURANCEH.
would not have my life otherwise But he had no choice, he lost it to'' from Ilia Mae Johns. All seem .
a WHICH WAY SHALL WK GO? vice.Of all beings whose dear shining than the ups downs I have been the white plague. So you who are to be well and happy. I am sure -- ----- -- -" --..-.

laws of Nature for things to stand eyes thru. I hope I can live to be a In service have so much to be they. hav good teachers at school
p ]It Is against the hundred years old and'see how this thankful for. Remember tPat. We and I nm satisfied are all
i there is life in it, but when it Lighted my way when\ times for they i AGENCY fj
still. A tree grows so long as old world conies thru its course are so proud of you I have been learning and well cared tor. I hada C. WALL
I dies then it begins to decay and it Is not long before it dig-I ire were new of events. working on my star quilt. I will letter from one of the formerteachers .
Hardly a one but silently withdrew have It half done, and I have PLEASE PHONE 146 d
: A community ia subject to the same laws. So longas i I have been thinking of the history soon I with me Marguerite
appears put every stitch in It rny,elf by Crews. She teachers in
f it is progressive and its citizens civic minded, then it is Beyond embraces, beyond good iI I i' of our country and we have hand. It Is pretty too. :I >wlll gc ville. She says they will pave Jackson-the Constant Service Over 50 Years e

: bound to grow and flourish. When a city's population, and byes. I had many, many difficult years and: mall this then'come back anti( quiltIt road to Clay Hill. That is, makeIt

its merchants and leaders lose initiative and vision But In their place I saw new I hours when men prayed, as Washington Is such a lovely day out We Black Top. I hope so. .
particularly slow decline comrades rise |I did at Valley Forge. Yes have not had much winter!! this do .... .
inevitable happens, and a city begins a So now-a-days when X get a ,y.RE .
then the Friends coming and passing like,;' t:,its time Wt are going thru noW year. Just cold enough to make
toward oblivion. a cloud in review. j I Is a testing.< Perhaps If we did not one feel good and no snow to amount chance I Alt In my rocker. I rock
and elngr. I listen to the I
Starke is faced today with a choice. There is an oppor- And love that stayed till down have any danger or worries we to anything: I like the snow am so happy and thankful for ?\\ STOIlE
125; persons the years there grewA I would get soft, get to be a drunk- We had a little last night but It Is
flfinity' available now. A factory employing some everything. I look about ma at PHONE 189 I,
whole fresh galaxy In my f>n nation who drive like mad on 10 degrees out now, so la all melt-
; will locate here if the rolling hills.\ The wide fertile to
of /
with an estimated weekly payroll 3,000 changing skies. our highways and kill each otherIn I ed. Digger is out in the ;yard. fields, and I love Lots State Roads:!! 100 & 200
i state.
: enough public-spirited Starke merchants and business leaders Heaven and earth has shifted; that manner. Now our young I HELPFJJL HINTS: A Ja.dtellll: of wealth here, in my all this land STARKE, FLORIDA E'to

will demonstrate their! faith in the future of Starke with and I peer folks wlil oe'in Service. They will 'me she uses a sponge to apply liquid cattle and crops. Yes. it 1 is a good
., e At the deep past as 01a. roadI be well fed housed of hot
plenty it
should wax to the floor. Says TILL 10 P.M.
their dollars. The benefits of a regular, weekly payroll place to l be. :I love it. I sing and tr
fledEpochs will ;
and cold water to bathe. They it cArt be
saves the liquid as
I, be very clear to everyone. Money now spent in Starke is ago, beneath some alien have medical attention dentists to squeezed back In the can. Try say a prayer. God bless you: all. .11u'

:I largely earned in farminar, which ia seasonal and subject to the sun. care for their te..th. Plenty of adding a little milk to hamburgersand LOVELURA
vagaries of weather; and tourist trade, which is: also seasonal. For nursed within one mother- good clothing. In fact they .will they will be' tender. Try Let us SIL-!-KLEEN your car J a

,, The product made, work clothes, is not a luxury item but ing atmosphereAre be the healthiest and happiest best cleaning stove burners with 9 cloth by the new Silicone process The new ,,

miner atVtai.: a t nuwiirigui inurnrirht, < necessity" with a -----v steady demand. many worlds; and many young men In the world. They dampened in ,ammonia. 75' IMic'tvft S way to lasting car beauty. $1.50 ]('
f that Camp Blanding may be rebuilt.If lives are led should hold their heads up proudlyas Try this POOR MAN'S At PLE WATERPROOF Corrosion ,'
is possibility Reait
There a -1I

of 0
p But I Amid thasteeps and mazes they march. They should sing; .
undoubtedly Starke will have another boom. PIE. 't)

; that so is then only waiting for an eventuality which may never hap- the one.-Stanton A. Coblenz as and we wanted Wacs sang.to be in We service volunteered along 1 pie pan lined with pie dough, L6 Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, at
result in boom and bust cy- 1 cup sugar 1 tablespoon tlour, C '
pen and which of course can only a In my two score and thlrteeu with soldiers to do whit we are able Mi with And Accessories ;
increased cinnamon and nut meg. ;
cle. There are other possibilities, too, such as years I have lived In many placeD) to do. The door is still open to
I enough thinly sliced apples to fill IIQUI0 0*TAHITI-AMI tstrsnu -
the 1 I
tourist trade, but these are still only possibilities, whereas I, like the poem above says, havo young women. Join girls, while -n-
opportunity to obtain a steady payroll is a concrete actuality.As seen my parents and many loved I''I there is opportunity and room. You .
in every case, there are a certain few who for one ones silently withdraw from this in later years like myself, will be r .
do it." The, world. I have made a new life:,, proud of your record. Then perhap
hold back and "let George I
reason or another whatever state I have lived in, and those of us who are left at home
danger is in this case that if enough hold back their supportthe I. made and retained friends. I have will feel we are needed now. It

project will fall through and Starke will slip back as r. loved them devotedly and have never will give us plenty to do. With LOVETT' !
result. If the factory does locate here then all merchants forgotten the many people with the young folks In service It Ic
R will benefit whether they invest in the enterprise or not. But whom I have lived and I still love up to us to grow food to keep the

N usually most of us like to feel that we will do things for ourselves them for their goodness their home fires burning and say many

v and not rely on others. faults, their real self. I came to a prayer and give the young folks
this is dollar invested in Nebraska about five years ago a a cherry good-bye and be proud
A dollar invested in project a
total stranger save the friend I they are strong enough to be in STARKE FLORIDA Prices Good Through Sat. Jan. 20ft{
the future of Starke. All merchants and business leaders can visited. Now I know so many service. So after all. perhaps -- :

get full details from Guy Andrews, president of Bradford people and love them as truly a,; things are all happening for a purp6se. -
Development Enterprises, Inc.ALVAREZ' friends I knew in other places' I feel that God does all -
Only those one went to school with things well. We are In the right,

when a child hold a certain place on the Lord's side Whatever hap- Plastic Table Lamps 9!'
STORE Men's: Clothing 11111 all their own. Right? I feel thatI pens is for our good. So let us .
1-II Established 184 O I have lived many lives amid the not worry but keep cheerful and \,
t steeps and mazes of the one. I be proud of our boys In service.


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:, j\iv\ {, .JAN191951
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,_ .... --- in the Billy Graham meeting In SI pupils in our school to enjoy) some I.. Irrnlt. fonrt. Hrndforil ( .....,., I In Circuit lonrt. Bradford C.ty,
ia-aaajsggqgj : =* Mr. and Mrs. R. E..: Hazen last Street Baptist church Jacksonville I flurlilni. I l. I tinncrr?.. / IkrlIsi. l l Ilk t..........,.. .
I Petersburg on SundHY. ramping expeditions at Gold Head : Virginia Uuffcy, .T ,
Sunday. JfwolllHItin plnliillfr \ "linen
weekend. HAMPTONBy \ :I. Batten rUiintitf. vs :
JK0MERMEETING J : ; },Jr. and Mr*. Jsmes Crews and Mrs.: Mattle Sowell and Mr#. T I Miss Hilda Brown of Jacksonville Branch during this summer vaca ...,nofondnnt I'uhllrnllix, 'C'..aHe nj >No...II....821::'rnH I 4Itritrr J 4>.r.Hiiffov.l.*p of PubIlp.Ion Iprn4an. ..f'..am., ,,\" .S",,1...5210 toApprar

family of Ft. Call were dinner W. Makey were in Alachua. oh 1'11'4f.\ C. Sweeneyv has been visiting her parents. ucm r>. .tss.1' or othrr rlesdlma. .li 3 ni-AIH. Unttry: OPJvmi whose"'I."IIt.1 r..II"o., '
JSYI,:t...'. 4e Lewis of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann business Saturday morning.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brown thix Ai" Arbor Diy program will be e -1"1.1. : <>!.. Fl.OH I lit '1'it I and .1oIr..n I... JamfM. J. Duff '",
I guests :- J. VM,1 I linttvn, wluxu re.idsnce l I.
: week. giver next Friday by our pupil I AOI Kan' nan itt rio Flirt. PontHfflrc
I IIW Sunday. Mattie Sowell visited M* illlkhuu l \; Ban Francisco. r ullfurnltiYou -I
fi s 2\ '\ ,\rrl11I. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonhad at '::80. Everyone Is Invited tr Vuu are rvqiilrnl. ti> serve youranxntr lira n*t.ar onthe
, 8 E. :Mr. and Mr*. Joshua Groover and 1'tma. C. S. Kelley of the Ziff Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Cooper are dinner Mri col1\". or otln-r :'I.dhnas on fr'"biitiu I February 11th, 1961. Ia a.t>t>v..
children. Melttlna and Wayneof as Sunday guests \ t Jl. lu&l In t II h>, ah..\... inuIt na"'NI' Court ,ani Cllll., wh".el.I .
!and Section last weekend and attepdetjservices
= 1I11110nary Socle- the parents of a baby daughter. Ola Harden Mr. and Mrs Frank \VII have two new pupils In "in i ,mill, "..II.... u I.rein, pl lntlff plaintiff suusks dlvorc. custody of
Lacoochee avers dinner guests held at Dedan Elizabeth born Saturday "",.k. illM.uu,.' Hi, .iirurtl minor\ .hlld anti support tor said.
on cminly
t ..t.till Baptist chrnch$1y4 13.aptietchurch Marylou Bin den of Jacksonville. On Tuesdny. srJiool/ \: this week They are Geneva I '
minor chl"t. Dr.Mord County
, I'i-li cirraph -
of :Mr: and MM. R. C. Gi cover "in|pit shall ,pul'Unit tiI| Hitler
: nftrrnoon, January Sunday. January 13th In Alachua the Wattersons had at their Thornton In the third grade. In in, ,M t r.nir, wvtklt I ,innum shall publish thla Ordnr In
Sunday.Mr. I"u"ll1e. Mr. Cooper second VVitn,'K. mv Imn.i\ .,,>..I l ..rriolnl% .>,nl: ntxt four weekly laatiea.Wltn .
It 9 I Hospital visitor the Rev G. R. Cutshaw ofTennesl..e. Lonlte l Thol'lItolIn the
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wey of -Ter ; 11'n'k' ,'. FI"r'd"' "nH mv hnnd and offkloIsi' )
y'elOck.W : and Mrs. R. M. Oroover and is tbe fnruie Miss Jessie! Mae wclim ih" ("hday vt st Btfirke. Florida, this January3rd.
*. Thomas pro- visited Mr. re llaut, Indiana visited Mr. an<] former Hampton Bap gra<;\G.Ve are very glad Jalll" )' I ti\ 1051OFFICIAL
; aiirrnn, was in chargeprogrrn family of Jacksonville Mrs. Guy Harrell Sunday. Slaclu Wnlla Air. Cooper In the tlst pastor. At present, Rev. Cut # them In our school. I (U"'lrl"I\I." SKAL) A. J I ThomasAN ( SFAI. A. J, Thomas
and Mrs. A. I. Mann and other relatives Merchants Marine service Mrs Clerk or Held, Court I I .
I with shaw la holding a meeting In Bald Kill AlcK-rnirtn! I Icy Hewn A. Clerk of aid Court!
(W" Mr. Oliver Hays Mrs. Stclln Cr..hy.i Umuty CUrk I
wilt By Haven Crosby, Deputy ClorkT
Sunday. Elizabeth .
titled "JftsU* Calls Us" and Mat Lovely of Gainesville Mr.. W Cooper 111little win.Mr. Bill was born In Hampton and Ally a"m'l, for li 1'lt J'Atl.n, murk.Plnrlrla Frank T.nndruni Starke. Florida
'. .. Harrell Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thomas make their Jitim with her brother. and Mrs. Donald McMahoneand I iij| 4t tl3Im : Atty. for nt. III/ 4t 1128
.. Buclah
by $ t.: Strickland of Jacksonville, Mr.and : hits lived here all but one and a I '
ana sons. Wayne and Gtfinn attended I in-law and al l_t er. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wattereon Clrr.K Court llr.dford Co.. ..
!Cug: .ir Cr6: \l'y gave the deal Trr tr.I In Clrrntt (...... lr.dford Cnvntr,
< Mrs. H. W. of
service. Peld at Bayless Wey Colsle Rldofl halt yearn.' He Is eleven years old, Klorlilm Ck fi<,rr. lhpl.Isi Is ( .......,..
visited the ,
Ut m *ht* titled "I, Choose Haul Indiana were dinner g'ltelLtil recently new AniroU InniiiK-.1]., "I..ln''''. v. Ar- Jackson nd..on.l Plaintiff,
,1'110114: ...participating were, Highway Baptist church\ and were I of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell gun'' Corporal _nd Mrs. Bruce 8 Stephen Foster Memorial In White and la in the sixth grade. lie likes nold lannHcon.. ricffnilanl.('a.Nn.. RS04 I v Albert*. Jean Lois And.......... DefendantCal .

IE11tJ'1tO'llUe. Mrs. Robert I II dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Maxwell of Kentucky, spent' Fri. Springs. moat sports but enjoy football) -...... or Pnhllcatlnn .And n...tr. T. of PnhllMtlnn Anil Xo No lc.201Ordrr T.
Harrell It. Kelley: Sunday. day.Mr. day night Saturday with Mr. he also .\i>i>ciir cram oo Ki.onuiA. TOI srA'rF. Of ....OHID\. TOI
I I1'tfl"'Ij\MA1coJrnn; a.nu and baseball' best of all, Arniilil,, Innnariinvr .. tl.prnr.
whou .
And Mrs. B. G. Blghum! Jr., SCHOOL NEWS rusl&Ienr l .
Whose renldAnc
Ji'an Lulu Am1
r ""
hunting IK"r Mm niama Morgan Allalao
rr and Mrs. Guy Harrell visited Guv:\ Our two lunchroom cooks, Mrs. llkeg to go fishing Brnnklyn, New York ,
tJtjd""Wonderful Words attended the Alachua John 14. r'>n-Ker hnd as his over li.'tll"ky'
which was Harrell of Leesburg last Sunday. Neta Johnson and Mrs. F.ffle Bed. ramping out at night Bill has u You ro r.niIrd. 1 to Appear on You. crc reqislreot' to appear on
'e""anlt "t"". Choose Jesus. Singing Convention night gUrtt Sunday, Tommy' enbaugh have been making Peanut hrrcce. named) Dolly Rill likes to Janimry, Slth cut, In the nbnvonnmnil January 2'Uh, lunh.i abovenitnifd
.- ty AfI'II. Earl Willis endiUenC held at Forest Gt-ove Sunday af Guy Harrell of Wauchulla Brent Buskno,. o( flint, Michigan. cousinof Pinirt an" t'IIU.>. wliirrlnplHlntlff (',"rt and OIUIFP whereinplHlntlff
I Butter Cookies which dream work farm and grow a gar. xi'wkn < pimtmlv, ,
last weekend here ,with his wi.u are on a : .I\.I.:: \ seeks divorce Ttiadfnrdfounty
< ternoon. "( minorlilulrcn lfi l ,
Tommyleft Oiinntv
jroby. Mrs. bt1I1'111ParkeI' < >r< thlaOrdrr
, I of and two daughters. We will pass their recipe on to you den. lie RODS: to Sunday, School In Tol-araph shall puhlirh, this OicI.r T..phhllil publish ,.
Mrs. Pearl rShaw) Jones Monday for a sightseeing tour' I In. next rep' waekly l losu n.
Wome'aMisetonary Society because we know will like Stilt-Re" lie does not like girls. In next tour w<*i l you i'ItIeus mv hand And "
meeting will be held at the I I Clearwater visited the PlnholMera Rev. and Mrs. Ovllle Broodn4 of South F lo<'Ida. these rookies %Vrdoy, O. .,rulier27th
Monday morning. She! has and family were dinner guest* ot ot Starke.' ,'Inrldll. this D)"c.mlier3ftn lUllIOFFICIIL*
of :Mr, )Eart!: ,Willie, Wedne Mr. and MrJoe McKowen left Prnnut llntlcr i'ooklr* IntoOI"Ll'ICiAL
was born In Waldo, January SFTA. J. ThomasA
been visiting her' brother Frazier Mr. and Mrs. Evan W. HojgeH Wesley (
( RFI' A. :S ThomasAn
'terncOo. Jsliuary 2ist at 3 Lakes. N. J.. ,
for Portlpton of said Court.
Shaw of Starke. FHday 1 cup brown sugar or honey 21, 1038 he lived In Waldo I I Cl ,rk r.r ..hl! Court *
\ Clerk
c. Everyone is cordially Into Sunday. where! they will make their home. 1 while I"y y Haven Crontiv Peruty rinrk Hv W .I'.I.: .Oronby. Deputy
cup sugar five years, In Gainesville one and Alan \\ ,' .Ir tat Smith Bulld-
of Thomas Hamilton are .
Friends Mr. Mrs. C. M. Chamber" ot T. Vranlc Tjinrtrum. !Ctsrk'! P1aAttya. .
..tt and
tbe ItcKowena large Florida
: Honoring a 1 butter hog JarkKonvllla
,,, sorry to learn that he is in bad Jacksonville visited her parent, farewell cup peanut a hull years, and In Hampton sixyeai0. for l'\t.\ 12129 4t 1UOIrrnlf Altya. for Mf 19:29 4t I''!19I .

EW, BfVEIt W. M. H. health. We wish him a speedy re- Mr. and Mrs. Evan W. HodgeS group ofHemU: gave for them In the :1 cup vegetable shortening He Is twelve years old. his 1 I Ts <. (".....*. "...11.... ('n..t r.iratlla -
;oCIA"QJS'ALI&ETISO: refreshment paty 2 eggs parents!! are Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ft.rldsg" I. Ch.a..vy. Circuit fmirt. llradford CimntnKlorldm
,...... covery. Monday. Baptist retention hall Wednesday 4 cups self-rising flour. (Godw'ln lie has brown hair and .1. Iluntloy", Plaintiff, vs In Clinarerr.
Mr. and Mr*. H. C. Douglas and I. Heal. Plaintiff' va. Mary
Weldon 11[ Huntler. nilnnt. Iloyt
Lrg group,.of ladies from dif- two children visited her parent, Mra. C. M. Chambers, Miss V le' night of last tfeek. Combine Into a stiff dough. brownish-green ejes. He likes tr ('.... No RI47 Hteelman Deal, De(.ndant.
ao1tkS' attended the of Ita Hodges and Mrs. E. W. HoQge Mr. and Mrs. John Sible of Form Into a. long roll. Chill In re ploy fontbiill baseball and biaket-: Order or rnt>ll...tl". .A. .4 Nottr* Ttpprar Ca.. No $30Order .
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Strickland sTArK or .' ..on II)* TOIV of I'lihllrml n nail Mi>*lpe t e4n
Uver-W.I'': S. Assoclatlonalig Gainesville Sunday. were in Palatka on business Joron' Tampa wl-, visiting friends here frigerator Cut with sharp knife ball And go to these games. He vliton M. Htintlov, Whon0 rrntrlnnm |>rne 11'.1 UI. KIOIIIKI tot
which was! held at the of Starke da,.. on Monday Of last week. They Into thin disks. Place In shallow like. girls and parties. lIe plans .In II Flr.t Street lllllmore. Mary Mteelman. Piat. whoea reeldenceIP
Mr. J. K. Douglas :North Carolina, Route 3. ViitlK'.nvllle\ North Car
.t church: Friday afternoon visltod Mr. and Mr*. H. C. Doug- Mr*. Lizzie Green has returned 'Were enifiiit to Georgia on their pan and bake until golden brown: to be a carpenter. YUII are required to appear on ollna:
>'clocKV':) 'fila meeting was from Pftlatka and Is now living wedding trip. (About twelve minutes). This re Jantinry. 22nd 19K1,. In..the ahov You are required to appear nnFebruary
children Toiirt whorelnlilnlntlff
and Thursday. rmmoil ,
,taj "Ann' .a"
1 ,with,Mrs,., Louise Tenly of Ernest!: Douglas address Is Ernest with her daughter. Mrs. K. W. Fred WjildUnn.\ who: Is In the clpe makes thirty cookies. CARl) OF THINKS : sucks Ulvor 0. ,, TtradfordCounty ; named: Court 5th, and 1951.. In-.,the WhereinIlamfltlt above:
MsociAtioAal\ president and flew in from The school talc. W, wish to express our deep appreeifttlrn Telmrnph than publlnh thin BradfordC'ounty
V(I A188773SR Co. 101 I Hodges.The Merchant AiHrlne. pupils In our are seeks divorce.
; M. Douglas Ordnr In next four weekly" Inllivit.Wltn : : .
.jjU'PoWllng, of Gainesville \veeh and spent a Ing their semester examinationsWe (a our friends and hnnd anil. official *..nl >h shall publlah thla
J83 Batt. 12 Rt\gt., U. S. N. T. C., friends of E. W. Hodges are> 'l'eJtllallt "H* niv t Order in next four Uauea.Wltnena .
itlonal )MQre rY. In char .. will ba couple of days with his wife and all hope we make good raties. neighbors for all the kindnesses At Klurko, Florida, this tiairmuvr : my hand ..:''t.r.'I: : aeal
Ill. He gladto 19th, in noOFFICIAL
Great Lakes know that he left Tvie-.
to .
titled tJ;MeU* Calls Us" and hla friends. sorry family her*. Sixty-three of our pupils were In extended us during the recent Illness \ ( RKAI.) .V. 3. Tho"uAI at ,. $Stnrke Florida this January3rd.
all ot 1961
- by.Vt**, Sdd Sparks. Mrs. : Mr hear and from Mr*. O. W. Barry Visited day to serve In tha U. 3" At-iny. Mrs. Pr,,d t>odd and son John some religious service last Sun of Mr Lester.Gratefully.. nv Ilitvi CroKbv Clrrk of I>.unlit puty I'ourt CUrk (OFFICIAL SEAL A. .,: Thomas

,I' resck A
,*;e' \' lxii-"vpi\ &ve devotional Attended serviceS held at Beaver here soon. < Sweeny 8114 ft- D. May attended principal planning for the Maggie and Ira Lester. *. r,.r pif maa 4t ins* *IK 4t 1188
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, JJti '!n."sii/matters of the
atton Waa/Jf r discussed. Thig

waj ctoaod with prayer by : I

'"e1l'lJo,' ,( 't!';!
"J'"I"\'IJt'; \ ;
f t.z14frJ'zOVS: SHOW Ell
1' !
I t6 th* Vaufdt their home by
'jnlac ll meoiis' shower was
Mr. and Mr ,.'
in 1otr'f' .

sCroJj) #$ Friday, afternoon .

" Cownyintty& Center. Host I
were:':MrsvH. P. Galney

J.; W. P.VWi Mrs. R. R. Carl-

nd,.Mr.,VyE. A. Stokes A
r number- friends attended.

'celve.J' trVany lovely and xiseft -

. ...! Gawie, were played
were Wott by Mrs.! Rosa !"tn.

and MAt Laurence of coffee WlgRefrefblhents and- fh e'i

'ere-stelisea.FJ\MJt.'It served!, ;. nEtrNlON"fffl' to the guests by e BES11'outqour ?

mily' rfetinlort was held at the\
>f ')f.rt find Mrs. W. E. ElIf. *-

: .,' 8ul\ ay The following : Ii
attended? : : Mr. and Mrs. ,

Hftrde* and Mrs. L. C.

and aotj of Jacksonville Mr. .

... X.:;SI, Guest ]Mr.\ and Mrs

tacit, Md daughters. Mr. and

I. t//."' Qa' 8t* and family of .

OKrOeVMr.: and Mrs. B. F. .
dUFhter of Tallahasiee .. .. C)' "

d Mrs. ,H. C. Rouse and son ,.--. -:
'j ,
-ie Butler; .
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a Julie! Harrell of St. :

bur.i 'pAI1t Christmas holtrlth .

,her grandmother, Mrs. ,
-:: &u .

lid'( Pat'rleh of the South '
'd1'viittdi' :Mr. and Mrs. C. J .

lU1 uy Wednesday at. Today's cars are the finest ever made.: But- ,, .
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Llnuaa i Dukes of Duke ,.*,.. t'S You just can't expect to get the most out of them unless you .

I KlatJ w here- last week. 0 .' ;' get the very best in gasolines) )lubricants and car: services.When : 4 1:( .. '
: : ,,\
/J4Hi t.'Mae, < (Quarrells) Lee :

In.{ and daughter and Mrs. : you stop in at the sign of the Gulf Orange Disc, you ,,' .

"I aucer,here 1.0'Wednesday Baldwin afternoon.visited : "":.,1. can be sure you're getting the best of' everything. Just look at a jQ t ., ,-.. .

",' LewlA end son. Allen visit- I a few of the fine things your friendly Gulf dealer offers you! j / ""i ; .
i.anJi'1ts. J. VV. Lewis and .
,. 'N' .
\id )41''.;Max' Lewis of Jack- # 0 ,.,.
e!Sunday.!; He reports thatLewis 7 '
U! still In serious con- 0 e .,k IW3 cf
&r ; vA'e
S-vHa ha* been confined: tome 'ecm
lot several months. Wilnra 50. ,

.*p !edy recovery. e Gulfpr.de Oil-The World's Finest! %' ,t4.1 9 'c .

end Mr*. ArchieVaters of ? ,
Injctan Spring; visited her Gulfpride) U the only motor( oil that Is Alchlor-processed. s ) ,

and brother-in-law Mr. and This i i. an extra refining step. It makes Gulfpride extra fj y'

Vi R. }Hodge Sunday Pu.si.and extra efficient! ii : ,
and Mr*. John Shawof Law ; t' ,
of Mr. and i, W ;
>. r* the guests 1
,- 1
tastus Mann Sunday I 1' '. .
and ,Mr*. Roy Green and

20 Visited, Sunday.Mrs. Q. E. McGauIBilatk -' ? .j

&4 .Irll. John Freeman 'and fdII"; I : !I. "' :: !

1.r,. SlIn1were In Starke on
; !
,.,", da,.. 1
[r.. 1." W Hodges were I ( 1,
S ,p And Mr*. Joe Greener "i
er> Sunday Afternoon.tr _ _ ; \'.', '
Mel Vickery and )1 ') J'' : ,

en <, Bobby Hinton of Good Gulf Gasoline-BetterThan Ever. ( 1. 4
; .
ivi $ilted Mr. and ,Mr*. New Gulf Power-Crest Battery! i

re nday afternoon. Stepped up to give smoother performance, this regular .
Gives the needed for fast 5re ,' "
Ir.. H. O Brown arc you punch sure. starts .,i'ti/ .
I price galOlu''Ives qukk-tarting: even power '
stea.dy. _
plus the mighty for lights radio and accessories. ..
In days with relativesity. -.-- reserve .
p&ck-up-and the straightaway surging pick-up and
ity. ; ; on Tops for value for dependability and long life! e : "
I',..W. E. Bigham Jr., climb! uP "

n JscMoftvtlla on buataessly. .
r-n W. 7 ,
,J. "

, drover- Moor ana sons and ..s.I.1 i'% f

all" Mott of Stark were ''hiI.9 Gulflex Lubrication 7 ))PTVT\ Gulf Famous Tires' .. 'f,,.

'otMr,. N. C. Mott last -. A III!ia lVl atI\ ,
ndBpGn1c In this process special Culflex lubricant are used-to j74' ( bollar for dollar you just can't beat Gulf tires-for .. .

. Perryman and MrsBeinett reduce car wear at l/iirfy-nfn/ vital point of engine safety for sure-footed traction, and for long trouble. .'.
Gainesville visited ,
of chassis and body I free mileage! .
Mott last weekMr -
id frt, J. R.
-- .
iwd *. B. D. Davis end -- -- -

Aj n Singer of Jacksonvill
t Mr.Urjd Mrs. G. W. Davit

.'I')'... :Mr.Mae ra..*O.*.of Frances Lwi W.Wilson Lake Davis visited City Russ Russ Sunday visit-anda and 1erMri1t. b op prbman CO GULF!

: J>. t wla and :Mr.

.tr.nd.'II1r.*. Ovid Lewis of Stark. lAst

.*n4Th1.' DoyI Uaxen of GULF OIL CORPORATION

oovU visited his parent.I


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J4N191951 "1

rAGE FOUR _m__'. a1D.

", r,., "' I Starke, Gainesville 1 Sue Carole Williams Weds Warren Winkler Study Club HeldSt I Jean Stephenson Baptist W.M I t.. ::
I[ '
To ClassMiss Met
I WSCS Members I In Lovely Church Ceremony December 30 Edward's study club of Confraternity Hostess Tuesday ?r'

ti t : of Christian Doctrine Is I Joan Stephenson of Camp The Program and ,
i it:9P Have Joint Party I being held every Wednesday evening BlandIng was hostess to the 11- Ing of the Baptist WIn ',I (

I TIle Starke WSCS and about In the Catholic recreation year-old Baptist Sunday School at the Educational ,
hall, at 8 o'clock. I her' home Thursday evening of last day January 16:11
thirty members of the society of I :+ ,:;;
: the First Methodist Church of I The main topic discussed Is theapparitions week. There were seven membersand 68 members pre *-=-
I IOfnc.e Gainesville attended a "BirttuUr I of the Blessed Virgin their leader, Mrs. T. M. Hutch. !gram was In chai: ,.j7F.

Party" Monday afternoon at. 3 + Mary at Futuna Portugal. Anyone Ings present. : Hazen, program ,iflM
I'bone 29 o'clock In the educational buildingof I Interesting In joining this club is A business meeting.iwas held, followed W.M.tJ The meet!
the Starke church. The occa cordially invited to attend. by refreshments served by by singing \i. ;
-- the hostess The devotional ..tituE
sion was/ the tenth anniversary of wa< t
DinnerAt Fillyaw-Kite organization of the"WSCS following wore a powder blue suit with : D. Tenley, the p'arfsP! *
Birthday a unification of Methodist brown and white accessories. A Class Party Held "God Is Moving Wh! ..; *!

Anderson Home .. ... Churches in the North and the white orchid accented her suit. The At Dowling Home those taking part L 'Clott,,
couple will make their home in W *
World ?
Today Mrs
South. A I
Sam Anderson and Mrs. A. I\.'" Starke. I tit A
their sons,' Mrs. Titus Olson, president of Mrs J. O. Caldwell's Sunday "Bible Promises Victor, ,
W. Ahderson birthday the local group, extended a welcome Among the .out-of-town guests school class of the Presbyterian B. Beard. Prayer by M"Mlsf
Lyle and John P. with a were the bride's uncles and aunts; Andrews. The Sic
Gainesville women, primary group enjoyed a popcorn buslne
.. evening at the I to the
dinner Wednesday Anderson. and presided over the regular I Mr. and Mrs Cleve Jones, Way- party at the W. B. Dowling homeon followed In charge ofol"; bf
home of Mrs. Sam ,, monthly business meeting. Mrs. A cross, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cherry street Tuesday after Sparks W.M.tl. pro:;.c ,ra.: *
) Those attending the dinner were I Wood had charge of the devotional I Jones, Jacksonville, Flo.; Mrs. I noon. of officers were glv n i ** "**
Ii I Mrs. Bobby Turner. Mrs. Lyle I her subject "Steward- Quincy Dean Jacksonville, Fla.; The youngsters popped corn and ed. The meeting was *.**
using as
.; Anderson Mrs. Burton of Rome,I ship" the bride's sister and brotherinlaw played games In the yard. duringthe prayer by Mrs. H. L Hi I l"""
I Ca. Albert Kruse, Inman Green, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Martin, : afternoon.
Mrs. J. B. Cottrell had chargeof
h Bill Miller of Green Cove Springs carried out Jacksonville, Fla. Out .of town Helping Mrs. Caldwell and Mrs

fI,\ 1. M. Gaines, Bfll' Colson'Thornton J. E.,I the the Ideals'program of stewardship which as fol. friends attending the event included Dowling care for their little guests Mrs. O. P. Dyal and '"

Ij Denmark Elbrrt Karl lows-Personality, Mrs. H. C. Bitch, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Combs, Jacksonville were Mrs. St. John. Mrs George Jr. and Vincent Re
and : I
Carter, ,
:J f Bobby Biggs! Maxie. Education for Health, Miss Amy Fla.. Mrs. Fraser Oliver Kaufman and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Gainesville were week .J i j

Charles Parker.Bessent Coburn, Tithing, Mrs. L. D. Green, and son, Bobby, Ft Myers, Fla. Jr. Mr. and Mrs A L. Ahan.1 s

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Iij the WSCS, Mrs. Cottrell.A ------ --- --- ----- --- -
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( the conclusion of the business

itScene Of Party :' meeting Mrs. T. G. Mitchell pre

I Mrs. W A. Bensent entertained! ] l president sented Mrs.of the Ralph Gainesville W. Fountain society Which Saves You More Monev-

at a delightful birthday party. who had charge of llghlng the can
I Tuesday evening for her eon, William dies on the birthday cake. Each .

I who was. celebrating his 8th .....".. .. .. ." .'. ...... candle lighted was In recognition
:. anniversary.The I of different phases of work !In the
Bessent home on Madison i society.! Mrs. Fountain, on behalfof L A Few "Week-End" Specials I
"I street was festively decorated with Miss Wilma, Juanita Kite, the visiting women, expressed ? ,

I' pink and blue crepe streamers. The daughter of Mr and Mrs! Perry pleasure at being present for the or e .
lace covered refreshment table was Kite, and Herbert Lee Fillyaw of anniversary party. Mrs. B. D \ I;
bowl and alone the State Farm, son of Mr.: and ,
centered with a punch Adams, district WSCS president
I end was the pink and white Mrs. W. E. Flllyaw of Lake Butler, and Mrs. Shuler Peele, wife of tho 2. Storewide Low Prices EveryDay r.
',i birthday cake. Favors were given were united In marriage In the parsonage District Superintendent gave Interesting \ iii
,,1 i to the little guests during the,evening of the Raiford Baptist : brief talks. on Hundreds of Items
and'...mes were played and church on December 31. Rev. J Following the candle lighting Miss Sue Carole Williams,! a garland of pink' flowers. I
'II prizes awarded tp the winners. E. Strickland read the double ring service tea was served from a daughter of Rev. and Mrs I* S. The mother of the bride wore
;, Mrs. Searing assisted Mrs. BesI ceremony before the immediate table covered with a hand em- Williams, became the bride of dress of navy blue crepe with i

I, sent In serving the twenty guests. family. brolded linen cloth and centered Warren' Wade Winkler at a beau- corsage of sweetheart roses. aj

---- _.. .:..-,:.;..' Mr. Fillyaw Is a graduate of with the beautifully decorated tiful ceremony at the Starke mother of the groom was attired ..
I' .r j-- =-, -= -.J liiII BHS class of '47 and the former birthday cake-a gift of the Church of God, Saturday after a gray garbardlne dress with J**.Yd. "*

t I Miss Kite a graduate in the class Gainesville. WSCS. Chrysanthemums noon, December 30. I corsage .of, pink,rosebuds.
K r of '50. Mr. Fillyaw is employedin In pastel shades encircledthe Rev. Homer Swlndall, Pastor of I' The bride entered on the arm of "CQt, .1 WSiy! ,1..1/.Oa4 I

f R ( civil service at Green Cove cake, and the arrangement was the Christian Church, preformed her father by whom she was givenIn Au d J- *full ha t -*'/
))1 ,: Springs. balanced by burning tapers In silver the 'ceremony. Mrs Betty Swln marriage. She wore a gown of
' II STARKEa. holders. dall, soloist and pianist, provided traditional while'satin with a .re p'ri.....,ootrem thrOUALA&P..when
.! .; 6"I0ut .L.
'' Placed at either end of tile table a program of nuptial music sweetheart neckline and long pointed Your 7'y rh -e .
e ,'' Frl., Sat. .Jan. 10 20 Beta Sigma Phi were handsome silver services. consisting of "0 Promise Me" and sleeves. Self-covered buttons J tee 1.0,," Cash r ne" add ur0Customers' ,. ,
p'( I'e8ister
: i, DOUBLE;, FEATURE Pouring tea and coffee during the "I Love You Truly",. extended down the back to the Corner met more You71 at
of the
1' meeting e.
The bimonthly The altar before which the vows Iou
refreshment lour were Mrs. Olson waist of the long bodice. The bodice 1. ?
f DANNY KAYInspector Beta Sigma. Phi sorority will be and Mrs. Fountain. Mrs. Mitchell were spoken was banked In green of her gown was of seeded ," ''fOICra ill p,
l''' J Iq't held Monday evening at 8 o'clockat and Mrs. Adams had charge of ery with arrangements of white pearls. The full skirt terminatedIn A&P employees, like oar customers '&. 18,/,,.,"" 1U41- T
I the home of Mrs. Robflert cutting and l serving the cake. gladiolls. Seven branched candelabra a graceful cathedral train. She are first of all peopls. .. 8a1ed..JtIIt. .. hWt"
GeneralAND j held burning .white candles. carried a Bible topped with a and pretty fine people at that. s. '4.

t -ANDTRIGGER Barksdale. House To Mark Charlie Parker, friend of the white orchid from, which fell a They try hard to do a difficult
.. Open groom, was his best man. The ush- cascade of satin streamers inter
often under
TRAIL -, :, job, trying circum
.t C Uglow BirthdayJohn er groomsmen were Jack Jones spersed with fragments of white stances.
I I Elbert Earl Thornton.Mrs. e -
I PHONE 218 and carnations.
With Hod"Cameron_ And like most people the bet.
Ken Martin, sister of the
I Immediately after the '
ter know them the
you more '
f COLONIAL bride, was her matron of honor reception was held In St. Mark's them.We're 'wSnperRigIit"MEAlBacon ) .
Sun., Mon., Tius.-Jan. 21.23SECRET and was gowned In yellow chiffon recreation hall. The bride's table, you appreciate ,
with an off-the-shoulders effect, a decorated with fern and gladioli, sure that asthem you get acquainted
I : FURY F.LORIST basque pointed waist, and hoop wall centered with a three tiered with and give 1
skirt. Her gown was adorned witha wedding cake topped with a miniature them a chance to know you, you po
4'lauiletto Colbert I corsage!! of white carnation and, bride and bridegroom. will find them friendly efficient 1.1.001) t

1 Itolx-rt Ryan FLOWERS In her hair she wore a garlandof i, Cutting the cake was biro Jack and heJpfuL' Sliced 4 4.

I Also Short & New white carnations. Jones. Serving punch were Mrs.J. there's.any way we can make _
FOR ALL OCCASIONS Miss Dottie Masters, niece of the T. Kirkland, Jr. and Mrs. Alma it possible for these people to !"l J'. R niGHTSunnyfield' p

I R'ed, ThuJan. 24 25 groom, was train bearer. Her blue: Gill. serve you better please writes Bacon lb. 5..
I. gown of net DOUBLE FEATURE I
I 1 small clusters of violets at the for a wedding trip for New Orleans CUSTOMER RELATIONS DEPT.
f" ONE WOMAN'S @ neckline, and in her hair she wore La. For traveling the bride A&P Food Stores KANCY SUI'AHH' DRY SALT
420 Lexington! Avenue White
Meat lb. 3
' j STORY New York 17, N. Y. ,
i Ann Todd Claude :Rain 9At. IT\\IIJ.\RD:


POTTED PLANTS Pears, No. 1 tall 28c
sep. ie GRADE)
, Gary Cooper, Lauren Bacafl, Pork Sausage, Ib. 6
Cocktail No. 1 tall 25c
Jack Carson ,
Ill And Latest. News Nona St Stark Ada 7 aiR HI' HUH: HIO.HPBologna
I ((51 AAP ( n.4nE lb. 5!
II 0< .
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1 or .,:::1:,
I Uglow, long time residentof AlP CH 4nl': A HOMF.HTYl.t WIIII-K IIOISB MILK

r 1 '" Starke, will be 93 years of age Peaches, No. 2'Vz - 44c Tall Cans - 12

i FOUR THOUSAND YEARS'EXPERIENCE on Wednesday Jan 21, and the beautifully Rebuilt Baby Cans . 'at
I event will be observed with open \ 5 YEAR 1JY ACME EXPERTS AP Gil A OR A
WITH DRUGS house at his residence on LafayetteSt. GUARANTEE Bonus! Free Buttonholer Apple Sauce, No.2------15c s I
L Hostess on this occasion will Inv.t
be his daughter, Mrs. Carrie Ward = Flour, 25 lb. bag -
J and all friends are Invited to call .*'" ,,n" Ivory Soap med. bar 9c .
wHiMrd'k" - J.4W-1:
Ji during the afternoon hours E 10 V V ('UKM STYI.B I
4 ," y 1JJS 1 Mrs. Lappe HonoredAt C; I" I 0; Ivory Snow, I Ige. pkg. ----15c Corn, No. 2 can ,:

t : E ""I '
Farewell ShowerA
Camay Soap bar 9c IOXA
; reg. - .
i;. Peas No. 2 1"
: surprise handkerchief shower ,] can -
li' :::;
lj was given for Mrs. Harry Lappe I Kirks Soap, bar 8c
Tuesday evening by members of 10'tl.TT "-,
the Women's Council of the Christian "'
Green Beans --1
Church at their regular :;;: Duz, I lees pkg. ,. 30c No. 2 can

monthly social meeting, which met -
at the Lappe hi'ma on Church rnr ,6 : .
Tide :30
street. Ige. pkg. _

ali' The. special occasion was a go- PRODUCE Joy 6 bottle 3C: |
Ing-away party for Mrs. Lappe /Grd/J' 3250. I oz. -
who with Mr. Lappe, are movingto
E "
Gainesville in the near future. ( \IIADIU P&G 8 '
\ Soap -
S Mrs. Homer Swlndnll played several $ Rutabagas, I Ib. 4c ;
etitJ piano .selections during the .
1 evening and party games were en. TERMS" ARRANGED FVCCY: DKI.ICIOl'S or "I\IE"'P: Swan Soap, reg.. bar '. .9. .
!j joyed. EASY $1.25 WEEKLY Apples, 2 Ib. 25c

\ Delightful refreshment wereserved $\7.50 TOWN FHK1H: JUICY FLORID Lifebuoy, bath bar .1 -
by the hostess" honoring GUARANTEE NEW MOTOR Oranges 8 lb. 39c ...
!Mrs.\. Lappe, and her daughter, Mrs. s-YR. NEW SEWUTi .
Owen Mills.Methodists. e NEW CARRYING CONTROLS I S O\B WIIITHPotatoes
FIVE SPEED Drops Ib. 29e
MAKING 10 lb. bag 29c _

phsrmscUt U a highly educated trained Attend IWBMSS. BY Carrots 2 bunches WtltWICK TllfV '
: District DinnerA ,
YOU Mints, 1 Ib.WOUTIIMOHH :34
professional man When b. ill y dinner ,was held In the First
Methodist 1.11>41'.1 l'OPOS: THIV ivAPicns:
prescription; he draw upon the accumulated evening Church for the Gane.vtlle.Tuesday Gainesville BW.MT.ATW" BELOW '&4111"8 PRICE POLICY Chocolate, lb. ,. .. 5.4'

observations and experience that kb district ministers and lay FOR FREE iron 010111.11I
knowledge, leaders and their wives lo organizea I C Storewide low prices on hundreds of WOHTHMOHE '

j profession bat painstakingly karot tfcjvugbxmf Junaluska.fund raising N. C.campaign for Camp I- _._ - - I items every day ... iastesd! of just a Chocolate Raisins, 8 oz. 2'few j
Dr. Shuler Peela presided over I. ACME VACUUM STOKES INC. "one-day" or "week-end" specials. -TJ
him M do 70W'i ,
I lorry centuries. You may trust you tbe dinner meeting and presented I 412 W.: Forsyth St. I I Advertuedpricesaresusranteedforoneweek

i pb.iciaa.I who Bishop gave Roy an Short Interesting district address Bishop on, Jacksonville, Florida I II ,even though market prices go up. I '?
I WITHOUT OBLIGATION:/ I would like a FREE Home Drtnontrailon I A & P Food Stort r
Dr. Luther W. Wells, V* believe Mu pttiey helps our
campaign chairman, showed pictures your beautifully: rebuilt l Singer! Sewing :{(at hine I I II ,
of the progress of Camp Jur. I pmpletn Mich a FREE Bt'TTON HOLER for 34JSO.. women save mart money. The Great Atlantic :
and Pacific Tea
I Ii Drug Store aluska and gave a talk on raising I II Name I With the correct price marked on every
i funds for E.fl. Camttmtm C.arrleN.e. 113
the assembly grounds. J item, plus J In itemized cash

K DC FKEE DELIVERY ing Attending from Starke this Interesting were: Rev.meet and I Address__,__ I II I'' ...you know what you lave register at A.P.slip 300 East Call]) St. 'I

Mrs. T. O. Mitchell. Judge E. K. I Oty ... _._, State I Starke, Floridar
Phone 53 Night 273-AV Perryman and Mr. and Mrs. W H. If R. F. D. Srxl Specific Directions \
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;\ lit, 1051 'I i L \OT1CB \ thm the r.d, -'',itii, r -"1.h, line
RiversGainesville of J. B. Mundorf of St. Petersburg Methodist Youth .. .
Mrs. Bertha Flew Mr, and Mrs. Tn W TIt>: IT CONCERN: MhitH tnri.t n "II' ii ft" i pubic uI'KM
W. S. Sibley .\ MAY .
,,,, ,, ,
I Mr and I I "
awA"n! spent the weekend with II" l\ "
Mrs. Jessie Young and Mrs. Mario I were :Monday evenlnR) I Meet In LawteyThe Not leu l. h-i hy given ti> nil i rfitIKIH Th' I'',,..ir..1 I ,' 'tr,, "ojn \ ?
Mrs. R. E. Muudorf. and rlniiM.mt against the e. ,
Mr. and Mrs B. T "'
visitors of I'M I. Hi 1 : 111
the Hembershl ,
attended ,
Howe Int.of W I,. Wall (l rni> I. I
banquet of the Palatka Chambeof Thomas. Mrs. C. W Beasley' of Garfield Evans Sub-disirtc fll,' hale tlllllnn. against Mllll ..1".,.-1 If

Commerce last Wednesday Hoi Connie Lo-IIeelers) ,' Red.< I vllle visited her mother, Mrs. J. t C. of Methodist Youth Fellowship with?.r H.bororr K I'piiMnan' fluht'" rnlrndrr, County mnnitiMrrnm Juilcimi .

Doyle Carlton l'res. of the Stat Green, and Navy at STUMP Manning Saturday. held its monthly meeting I In the firm |iubllc..tlon. of thlpiinilm. Better Cough Relief
Barbervtn .
Sherrill Dillard of Thatold clean I mum h
Chamber of Commerce was the Mrs, J, M Hembree and Mrs.L. J. tie) La\vtey Methodist Church on ilulnwnrn t ii" bcfoif, fllln by ,
Mrs. \V. R. Morton '
THE NEWS guest speaker.Mr. Cooper were in Wewahttch visited Monday evening, January 15: wit 'liilirmnt When new drags or old faIt to stop
and Mrs. Leo Champion ,reIn from Monday, ] Wednesday vlsl\. Sunday. approximately 75 young peopl! Thin .the llllh, .I I.,i\'' ..f .Tnniinrv. 1 1):.11 your cough or cheat cold don't daisy..
... ww.wN Commodore C. Halversou of I line,,I hi I r IV II II. Kx.'i utrI Creomu1 lon contains only safe, help
", --.i;; v_ '" '" Pittsburgh. Kas. this week! ing their mother Mrs. J. F. Vitams Miami and Chicago la the houseguest '- from Lawtey. Stark and! WaJd< I is 4t 2 Jin ful. proven ingredients and no Bareoticj -

onnrd"Nogol' has cbmpleted Mrs. Zella Meador of Beckley where they attended the funeral af and brot er-ln-Iaw and alster of Mrs. Janle Avery.Mr. attending. The attendance: : banne to disturb ustnre's proceu. It
West Virginia has been the guestof Mrs. Champion's grandmoUier.. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Norton. Little was awarded to the Lnwtey, M'jthoillat v 0'1 U'.1 goes right to the seat of the troubl toaid
IlghJ. School work at Tpccoa her sister Mrs. H. C. Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards had Linda Cooper returned home wlt.h and Mrs. John Chlldresa\ and ''I Youth Fellowship for Imvinithe : :\iitn' 1I.tvVO MI\K 1'0". nature soothe and heal raw, ten-
cute, and will return home will to Gatnesvlll The pulillo. In nntlflxl thnt at ltrHHulnr .. I der, inflamed bronchial membrane
several days. They their weekend guests, Mr. and her mother after visiting I her sons soon move largest percentage of activ
as .
the past
be- for meeting .n r I'ir.lthu '! ,
week for brief vacation l.nmry: > .I Guaranteed to pleas" or druggist
a Beach. where he Is employed by Dixie ', 11'l : you
spent last week at Daytona Mrs. Leo Edwards and son, Charles grandmother and aunt the paa\ members present.The lli.ard or C."nmlclonr, refunds CreomulaloTl bas lt004
entering College.diluiC of HriKlfuril fiiuntt, ', I will money.
Insurance Co. as Cuperlntenden in the natur Kluriil i
also had AI meeting was
, ...( higher Buy who has resignedthe of Fernandina. They week hoar say ol.Jill.n, i to, ..llmlimtlntr, I the test of many millions of user
' .I .goln(; John Childress Chris !their Sunday guests Mrs. Virgin! Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw They will be located at 815 Sir of a workshop on the three! commission from lixilvrtl. ,,f tin' port Inn:: nt Pinynu : I'
for th ,future at ALVAREZ'Anniversary pastorate at Lake Butler St. Sunshine Estates Komi north of tinlhi" of i'lnvim CREOMUESIONCkot ,
with a 'Von Streckelson and children, Gail;! plan to move into their new home area: Worship and Program Mink t" 6'untalne, ,'.. | -
Sale presented rlisllntnr '
Lien Church, was watch a token and Buddy of Jacksonville. on the Gainesville highway, across Cotton slips with eyck' building, Recreation. am AiiUTl it n a viiivlnlnn. 1" Hi. off.",'t Cusptti,. Ckot C.ldj, Acute" ItwcMtlf

IB. ? Sara' Barefoot, employedtocktonWhatley beautiful wrist the congregation.as He Mrs. B. T. Thomas and daughter from the B. T. Thonfai Lumber trimming sizes 32 to 52 $!.<) World Frlendriiip led by the fol mil"I
: :( and Davin of love the Mrs Lavern Outlaw, attende Co. this coming weekend.Rev at STUMP'S. lowing leaders: Mrs. Thomas 0.
for past
of Jacksonville: as private secjf has served the in hono SNvind! Mitchell Milts. OleetA Green and<
the bridal shower given and Mrs. Homer TRANSFER AND
months and plans to do Miss Louise of Miami I Is Be
- / tpani Sunday with her par. supply sixteen work at present. James of Mr. and Mrs. Major Thomas In: spent last week visiting Mrs, making an Indefinite visit with hf'r the Rev. Thomas O. Mitchell. 1L. & SON STORAGE CO.
and other relatives. refreshments
Atlanta Christian LaCoBHe Tuesday evening. Swlndalls parents Mr. and Mrs Following the meeting
Strickland from called 1' Bargain Galore at Alvare W. S. Johns. In Martin, Ky. and'' mother, Mrs. Janie Avery. of sandwiches, cake end ho

College has been as' !Store. 7th Anniversary Sale nm Rev.. Swlndall's mother Mrs. M.' Mrs. It. A Bishop, Jr. and sot chocolate ,were nerved. by the host : _, \Vn operate local
the new pastor. in Clintwood, Va. Blah returned home last week alter church oa l A long distance
T. Swlndall
MOST Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas and on.Mr.. and Mrs. R.S. Johns of Lak They brought Rev. Swlndal spending several weeks with $; 'R.p.AlW.Rf.l.roes.-LA t'SON anjuhrre U, "...,

1'1ME' DF ICI0WS'Pyou :Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colaon spent Butler are visiting Mr. and Mn mother back with them for an I In. Mrs. Bishop's parents, Mr. and Mr.; ADDRESSES ?'S MOVING
J. A, In St. ....
Feternburf '
Jacksonville Wang -'-
afternoon in this week. I
Sunday N. B. Rosier definite visit. EXCELLENT
returned J, P. Tomlins The Waags returned to Stark! OF INTERESTThe :!!t
RN. E. J. Dahmer is taking a three Mrs" A, F. Sauls recently Mr and Mrs. .
to California. from Hollywood, where Rhe and son, J. E. spent Sunday visitIng with their daughter for an Indf a,1 STORAGE
weeks tour renewal am
following new :
finite visit
her son-in-law and, and familli
was visiting their daughters _
Are Star Brand dress and work daughter Mr. and Mrs. N. C Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Cook In :Mr. and Mrs. M F. Hazen have change of addresses received bj Sep .. FACILITIES

EVeR I shoes for men and boys. at Wainwright Jr. and Mr. and Mn. Lakeland. ,Ga., and Mr. and Mrs.) had as their guests Miss Dorothe the Telegraph/ will bo of lntere.i

STUMP'S. ,H. 0. Burgett.Mrs. Homer Slaughter In Jasper.Mr. Weaver of Barton and Mrs. Llllt to render: Agents For -

..., I W. F. Godwin was hostel' and Mr. R. S. Wasd Cone of Brookcr.It Pfc. Bobby a. Tatray, RA'
_... ... to the Canasta Club Tuesday eve were in Jacksonville on bust -' ArniHtrong{ linoleum am 24621658.' Sv. Co.. 7th Int. Krjttt.! DELCHERIJIIOS. See us first!

3rd Inf. JMv.\ Personnel Sec.,, AT'C .
nlngr. ear Monday. Ct'ngolo'mFloral and tile pattern
The DRAPERY SHOP Mrs. Maxie Carter was called t< Word has been received from .*. Hart Furniture Co. 468, care Postmaster, San. Francis-

Jacksonville Sunday evening by the Mr. and Mrs A. W. Anderson :Jr. co. Calif.

BROWN BLDG. serious illness of her mother, Mrs who have been touring through Charles Button was operated 01 I.t. F. M. Williams\ 43th: T. C.

110 N. WALNUT W. A. Starling./ Mrs. Carter returned the West that they have aettli- Thursday at the Riverside Hospital Wing. 83rd T. C. Sqdn., APO 920-1, 'AS NE AfKNOWS' UR W"A CNMAKFRi ,1yauR

UPHOLSTERY home Tuesday after her down in Ventura, Calif., where Mr. care Postmaster, Sail\ Francl to

mother was feeling better. Anderson has taken a posltic Joint Birthday Calif.

COVERS O DRAPERIES Mrs. W. J. Chandler entertained with a printing plant and Mrs. An- At School Pvt. Jack Hall USS3003S27., But %

a few friends from Gainesville at i derson Is nursing in a hospital. Party A, 169 AAA-AW Bn.' 8P, 43 Inf _

Furniture Repaired And Refinished studio tea Wednesday afternoon. Visiting Mrs. T. T. Long thl. Jeanne Pellet and Michael Denton Dlv., Camp PtcKett, Va. NEtD AR ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollmar Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 1 H.
Slur Estimates Without Obligation week are celebrated their Joint birthday,. Pvt. Chloe Rivers, WA8303033;
''l spent last week in Sebring Lewis of Wilmington, Dela.,, and
Tuesday afternoon from 1 to 2:3: ( 1170th As Wac. Detach., U. 8
Lake Wales. Forehand of Albany Ga. 4'r
m: 7 Pick-up and Delivery Mrs. D. C. o'clock In their class room whet Army Hospital. Fort Deven' MassIn
YS, had Returned home
' ''iii : :tI Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls ai Comer Perryman their mothers Mrs. Shirley Pol-

.. their luncheon guests Wednesdayof Wednesday; art being confined I to let and Mra. Will Mae Denton Irrnll (........ llrmlforil -?ru xxti last week Mr. Sauls' two slaters St. Vincent's hospital for the past: gave. party celebrating theli fl...rlilni. In C h.n*.rx.UlullllH .
I I Mrs. Myrtle Hawthorne of month from Injuries. received in an Illltlt Wfl.l. IMulntlrt VI.llonirr .
ts eighth anniversaries.The II. \\'..bl>, l"rrcnilniit. My iMTmmul integrity and profession, backed by 40 years
Lake City and Mrs. Mable Cox of automobile accident. Comer /'a?. Ni. MS
THEATRE Machua and a niece, Mrs. Jess Rig- still! on crutches, but otherwise Is 41 children In Mrs Devlin'econd l nlrr <>r .-...hll..I1.'n., 4 \<>ll..r TwM .. of experience In Fine Watrh Repairing Is your Guarantee
I I grade .class room werr! >urnr Mril'fl' 0. li'l.nlllltv' 'I' ,
Authorized Distributor for Hamilton,
don of Lake City. getting along: nicely. filled with ;l touts 11. 14'.66. when. resldenr.| \\f I of Satlitfartlon.
STARKE given plastic! ball favors
II Mr. and Mrs. George R. Powell Rev. and Mr*. Thomas G. Mlchell ;rnl Minister! bubble funs and enjoyed singing You are r,*,,iulrt in nt>i>vcir onPVIirimry
I 3t Newton, N.C. are visiting Itrp.Powell's are attending thq ; IHth IHftl In the abnvq.
and watched the honorees Ed Gem Jewelry
": Dedicated To Community Service sl teal. Mrs. J. H. Fields, Assembly at Emory Unlvcrslt; party songs mm,(l I'ourt and, .'au.", wherein. Simpson --
iib their rue.ndy
., open many lovely gifts. ilftlnlirr seeks divorce rare
I tc
( "Movies Are Better Than Ever. I this week. Mrs. Fields and her Atlanta Ga. from Wednesday 'Two birthday cakes and Iceream and cumtrol.. of. mlm"r childImdforrt Seaboard Hallway Watch Inspector
I and Friday of this week. rmmty( T.I.grshlt|
I guests drove to New Smyrna AlVAREZ : were served by the mothers ,,, thin' order In nest four w..k. ;ICI Starke's. leading Jeweler"
it. *;':' :Jan. 20 ONLY Sun., Mon.Jan.. 21, 22DOUBLE I Cocoa for a few days visit with 57th Anniversary Sale. at ind their teacher.Birthday Iy |PHU.N.WHnpftM. .
.tIIi>, \ Store. I mv hnnd and official/ ccal.!I
'f'f elatlves. "t ,stnrk. Florida' thin .Innuiiry.. ITlh9ftf ,
FEATURE I Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jackson Ben Welch and Henry Youn .
'''eft Wednesday for their home IElmlra. I In Part Fiv Hnvon. ('."..by. Peputv! CU-plt
I and son, David, of Jacksonville\ (OFKlC'IAr 8MAI.) A. ,1. ThomnnAM
I TECHNICOLOR vere weekend guests of Mr. Jack. ., N. Y. after spending thre For J. E Tomlinson rli.rk nt old. (C'.rt..r".ph .
I II weeks with Mr. Welch's daughte: 1:. 8kli| |>i>r SSI 1 <1 mil. i\MIlnlMlnr
s I ion's mother, Mrs. Carl Jackson. Jnckiiiinvlllff. Klorliln' '
Also "Mutiny on Bunny" and Newt; Mrs. G. L. Dockstader and famll;] Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson Att).. for Pit.! Hit 4t Iii

1I Rev. and Mrs. Howard Krame entertained at a birthday party

I I Tues., Wed. Jan. 23 21 Va1d Vou1 Health of Cleveland! Ohio were overnight laturdny evening at their home on -'" --- "- .-.:: :' ..:- 1

;ueta Monday of Rev. ind Mrs. L. iroad Street celebrating the Ifilh.nniversary

(I ;r- MSM: NtWfiCAEAM TBAM! I More Than Riches D. Halnes. of their son, "J. 1':." Arc & Acetylene REASONABLEL
Is I a
..OMAtLi Mrs F. F Stump spending Thirty friends and claaanvUen:

p svl- .,.,w. and .. .Some folks think that fin* week H. Thomson with her, Jr.daughter, and faintly, Mrs. 'W bfonlicello. of crved J. E.delicious enjoyed games refreshments and were In WELDING O charges attended with the finest of

i ....'4" tiCJct./l.MALo clothes and fine big houses a dr the Tomlinson yard during the eve-
'-"oIi0ff5 twrt v"" the most important things in lifei Mr. end Mrs. Robert Green antlaughters Ing. An open fire in the yard LATHE WORK sincere serving: bring: to us the friendship

y "' but these things really don't meaq Marlon and Gayle open elped to furnish light for the seting. 0
tsa Mtote t MARJORJE MAIN; JAMES WHTTVCRE i too much if a person doesn't feel the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A of the great communities which
,. MtM +awAt.M'igaali'Ci.+trxgaeSNltaAlso !well enough! to enjoy them. Mod C.: Manassa In Jacksonville. Th... -Fully Equipped
"Kac-lng Headline' Short,, folks don't ream dinner atthe Helping Mrs. Tomlinson serve Portable Machine Makes!
had Sunday
",_. AND "Dlziy YanlblrdH" ami News lize Mrs.this LucyBraswell, but two Sand families Bar in Fernandlna. her guests were Mrs. P. D. Reddish. It Possible To Come To we serve.
and Mrs. Paul Raymond.
of 12 ft. Armstrong linoleum and The Work.

Thurs., Fri. Jan. 25 26Tops Route 2, StoneMountain ongoleum. Floral and tile pat KNG1MCEHINO AI1VICBFUKK DeWITT C. JONES

temll.' Hart Furniture Co. Goodman Circle OF CIIAKOK

In suspensel Ga., realizes it Mrs. R. L. Richard of Jacksonville !Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
very well. Mrs. To Meet Tuesday
"BLACK HAND"GENE SKELr N Braswell takesHADACOL was the overnight guest last --- -., C. DEVLIN .
RM ; Friday of her daughter Mrs. W. J. Members of the Woodman's Clr.cle Funeral Director Ambulance e

KELLY ? nt/la alt I.,, and by takingHADACOL ? wa pperson, Jr. and family. will hold a special meeting Welding & Repair
CAMOt TERESA f Mr. and M/s. W. <3. Godwin of Tuesday evening at the WOW ballon Our local funeral home enables n. to offer convenience and
l7pN o she found she ALTON (to.\U
NAISH. CELLI I Is helping her wtrad ew alatka spent the weekend withMrs. I Call street at 7:30: o'clock. services not otherwise available.
... .... -G-M ficfur.t STAItKR, FLORID
I MILS system overcome deficiencies of : Godwin's mother, Mrs. Bertha Among the noted visitors will beMrs. .. .. ... r ...
Vitamins B. B Niacin and Iron, earce. HOOKS 5:001'0: 1IMHI: I'M.
Bessie Green, district manner
/1 fIdf.
I laughG'p's which HADACOL. : contains Mr. sad Mrs. Cecil R. Moore andIIOns of Live Oak. O Ws furnish the highest type service at lowest price., and
Here is Mrs. Braswell's own
Larry and James David, of ANY life Insurance policy In force, fused by ANYcOUlpanJ'
.. "rr."CT'OH' statement: "I have been sick for ofMrs. Hostesses for the evening willbe IVforn 5:00: P.M. lhi'ii accept
some time with stomach dis 'Archer were weekend guests a. patmenIn part or la full on a funeral.
'1' ,,); i Mrs. W. L. -Andrews Mrs. C. /60 Hturkn
turbances. I began taking HAD D. W Moore Mrs. Paul Consultation carries no obligation.
and Ray.
ACOL and I have been taking it G. J. McGrlff Jr a. Barksdal -
> M *.,*.lUTHtw 0AV11fMNM Mr. and Mrs. =-_.
.BM.,.*tie fowMSINOMnjctarf about six weeks. I am so much the weekend mond.
"" RICHARD// /) THORPE.dacad better and much stronger. I will were In Eustiar over _._ _._ ..,..-----_..,- -' ... ,.,. ... -
Mrs. McGrlff's parents ----
by WILLIAM/ H. WRIGHT continue to take HADACOL. It siting -----------
0"" "ot Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith. Mrs
< sure has helped me. I tell
Chap. 8."Atom Man v". Su- Aluo 'Happy Tots Kxpldltlcm" Car. friends about HADACOL. I can't' cGrlff was also Godmother forher

, a" and "How Green I" About It" Short praise HADACOL too much. I nephew the son of Mr. and l
.1. 1\IYI I toon and "
:h" CJartoon am 69 years old. Mrs. Ralph Rhodes, at his christeng "'
.. face, The tBUn CoiponUoa .
-- Sunday. J SALE:
Laros tailored No-Ride Blips uiBSALE,

$ Z.50 to $2.98 at STUMP'S.
Mr and Mrs. C. C. Peebles of i 1w :
# :cur Winter Haven were guests of 111'and

r Mra. Ewell Lawson last week.;

Friends of T. H, McNeill will bI'II'lsd CLOSES SAT. JANUARY 20th
to hear he Is up and around

SilverAnui.versa.ypO.Iti.ae again after several weeks' illness

Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville! \

Is visiting:!/ r daughters Mrs. GMcGrlff .

J. Sr., and Mr tAxGreen %

this week., and families a few day Every Item 1 ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen of

impton were Wednesday visitors

ot Mrs. D. W. Moore.

nesday Mrs.a neighborhood afternoon Bertha Pearce for"coffee"Mrs.entertaineda Helen Wed- Reduced..I ** *

'Deen and Mrs. M. C. Ford. Jr.

W H. Hoffman of Clearwater

wa..- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W

J. Epperson Jr.. Saturday and

__ Sunday of last week Others Reduced
Many %
a Lt. and Mrs, L. M. Francis and
ughters Merrill Ahn and Mar.cia t.ri'

i.I leave today for Monterey CalIfornia As Much As '. ,,
after a visit wits Mrs.
Franels' mother. Mr. Q. R. Crew., -

at the State Farm. Lt. Francis 1 11bl'lng

transferred from Cast Green-

New and IScamw-iiful: Proofof wlch.School: R.In Monterey.I. to Air Force Line Shoes Reduced from 7.95 to 4.95 ,

Kenneth Grader, who was unable Fall)) Suits Greatly Reduced-

i' : PontiacBe S to enlist In the air corps last week
emit beat: a
ar Dollar for Dollar
; :
you cause of U being filled\ to capacity Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Values To 8.95 Reduced to 2.95

for the time being has enlist-

I examine prepared the to wonderful see two striking new Silver things Anniversary when. you come Pontiac In to: I'd In the battalion anti-aircraft and Is automatic stationed Western Shirts Reduced from 13.50 to 4.95

First you will see why Pontiac .la acknowledged to b. weapon S. C.
the most beautiful thing on wheels. You will so* abrilliantly at Fort Jackson
Proves it by its good-looking car with its fresh Gull-Wing M.... B. A. Pope and children

styling colorful new interiors and clean, exciting lines. Ben. Bob and Mary Lois, are re-

[Beauty, and Performance! Second you will see a price tag on these magnificent tumln.. to their home in Norfolk

new Pontiacs which la so low that you will find it hard Va.i. Saturday after visiting Mrs.pe's .
to understand why anybody ever buys any new cathePriee parents. Judge and Mrs.: A. Est.

; Proves it by itsDownright but a Pontiac! Z. Adkins, for the past three STORE
-;:- I{ere, Indeed .Is double-barreled proof that dollar for dot" ALVAREZ
., Value! loryoucan't Lent Pontiact! Come in and see for yourself. ,week.. and
Mr. and Mrs.: Jimmy Harper
''daughter. Annette of Jacksonville

MOTORS : and Mr. and Mr E. R. Carswell
;.McGRIFF guests of .... .. ., .. ..... -0
ot Tampa were Sunday .. .. .., .. n ._ ... .. '" --. '"
l- I... Janie Avery.


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-I' It 1951 ]

JAN :' FRIDAY, J.\\l'"Ifll
:I TAOK SIX ;:::::::-: --.-,,
I. "_ '''A.I.I rtwutt. ....... Itrmlforil Cunnir..I In rlrfnl :
phlne. and Mrs Cecil Brannen and plaintiff Telegraph peeks divorce shall publish x>rnuitnii thlBOrder i Florlilni= In 4'hanrrrr.Heem : Klorldm;,... Chaaerry"1hry.;;; : ; .
i'- We have had all the eggs we County
stuff about tractors and water Ham (Also Knownas
of Lake Butler and In t weekly IBIUCB.Vltne Uimn Ylnir Kmlly Jf. Butler, pi,,' "
Glenn n "
wanted to use for ourselves. (aver her son hand and official acal Jane Ham), Plaintiff v.. Ch..t..rSam W. UlltI..... Defi-mlm,
I FARMER'SDIARY pumps age about 6 a day) and chicken Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Manning and at\Htarke, my Florida, thin January 4th, Order, Defendant Of Pnhllcn.li>n Case And Mo No.<.lo.8218 Tnipprar Order or Iiihll'iiiln" tad i.I
and Mrs. Annie Appear I' -
their children
dinners whenever we wanted two Obi N'I'ATH OK FI.OHIUV T''lChester : 'ri.I ) ;
With the tractor running again OFFICIAL 1 Krneiit W. t'IIIII,
Manning and her daughter Ann, ( A.Mark or saiThomas Hum, whose residence and wq
them and still sold enough eggs' and addrss la Oilman
/ It wasn't long before we were fertilizing of Starke.' By Havnn' Crosby Deputy ClerkDay address la unknown: i You "<, 5
to than for feed. Amionce to on are requin,1February
more pay Keldon-Xeldon Building, You are required appear
our broccoli. Using our have the proper equipment Saturday Mr. and *:rs. W. 0 Ray n.nn Beach Florida February 12th, ll 61, In :h wherein: : I lath: in! ,, )J
you : Court
By Sam McGarvey Pit. 1U* 4t 211| named Court and cause and
and fertilizer, we puta lot of had as their visitors Mr. Attya. for plaintiff .. .
Cole planter chickens are not a Engram plaintiff seeks divorce, rnstodv" & i
The author will be> glad to reecive band of 4-7-5 fertilizer (which work. and Mrs. Charles M. Snyder of In Circuit. ('oa.. .. Hradford. Coon y, control County. of minor Telegraph I child,shall etc.l publish Bradford Countynamednty control, .of. ,, i[ "t't
rl In ( Nancerr.Kwald
Items<< of Interest' concernIng contains bo..,m)) about 8 to 10 inches Jacksonville Kl activities of farmer IB Mearwald Ludwig. Dnfondant | I
to be busy from Olorla
Going very Court llr.tlforil County, No. 8X17Orilrr official seal. t Starke. i ,
on each side of the row In rlrol CaB Witness my hand and "
I Bradford County. Suggestions may now on until planting time getting ........1.1.1 Of Publication. And' Nollre To at Ktarko. Florida, this January 10th, 1951* rilf't
57 nk1.1. j'5Ki.tlfr.
for each
IM left at the Telegraph/ office or Used about CO Ibs. land ready. Have to cut up the John v. Ermsln'a H13Order Appear ..'r\TM OK FIOIHI>> T lKlliaurth Iffltl (OFFICIAL t ;

mallf-d to Sam McGarvey, Law ley, foot row. Now when we throw. truck garden and plant another Tnnkln Of I>,..hll..tl.flrf.nlant..n *Cane. I'I1 Florida.Received soil up around the plants the fertilizer grazing for our stock-some- N'rt'I'8IF PI.OHIDC>> ToiKrm Lane, Philadelphia Penn- By Haven Crosby, Deputy ClerkT. Py : (
will go where we want It to crop te Tonkin, whose residenceIs lOyl..anla: Frunk Iandrunh Starke.' Florida.Attys T. Frank
I.. thing to tide the animals over l 8200 nichnnonU Avenue, Portsmouth You are required to appear on for Fit 11t| 4t 212| JM yji for J ()

\ IfOO broccoli plants:I I I over the County. be. e from the oats until we can turn You, are VI..lnla required: to appear on February named Court 12th,and 1161 cause In the, wherein above 0sw ,'
them Into the sweet corn. Got to February 12th 196t. In the abovenamrri Bradford
from Mr. Owen which were raised I Also used the tractor to cull wherein plaintiff, Beaks
'I I Finally learned lend-offlcfally get some new land ready for Court: .and cause Bradford County Telegraph l .hall publish thlaOrder '
which he wanted vate the sides of our berry beds plaintiff"k divorce. In next four weekly tasiiea. rcti '
State and .
down what the "stuff la that was In planting berry runners and another ( ...."ty Telegraph shall publish thisOWltne.smVtbondrad Witness my hand and official, seal Ian
. tis to try here aa an experiment the freight cars wrecked North 01 and the middles.' Used a hal patch for beans and still an fficialsltelat \ at Htarke, Florida, thin. January 10th, 'Utr.:

I The plants were delayed In trait- Lawtey. Asked an offlclil! : of t*OI sweep and narrowed the beds conIiderably..as other for feppcrs. So we will Klark l Florida: this January 8th 195'I (OFFICIAL SlSAt.) A. said Court.
not In too good shape' taken we have only a single 1981 1., I Aa Clerk or '
nit and SAL, and h, showed us notes have Katrlnka working overtimeso
them row on them. Our plants are ,very (OFFICIAL A.Clerkor saidrCourtRv ,I Py Haven Crosby, Deputy; ClerkT. Md.
arrived but we put record .
when they from the original company that we can have our own work Frank I.andrum Starke, Fin
out and they seem to have taken which Identified the! material III small and look as If they have ahead so that we can do tractor nlLv Bfl'lon-Seliln haven Crosby. Bldlr.Deputy, Daytona Clerk ,,Attya. for. Pif. llt[ 4t 212|
still but have d.M
been ,
standing they
I bold. Our original broccoli patch rock phosphate in various forms :work for anyone who wishes it. FH-nrh, Florlila.Attyn. fn Circuit Court rlrartford count r.Flnrldnl .
well be some blossoms on them And for rif 1112 4t 212 In ('hnncerr.llllka .
can Referred
I. "doing as as crude bulk, and ground. ..
pected" In view of additional raids to a fertilizer textbook loaned to speaking of berries we are think. We certainly do enjoy our tele- In (Irrlilt {"....... ..0110." County, Majestic.., Defendant.plaintiff Case v.No..Yo..phMRI..tI. 8211Onler

: by our friends, the. hogs. Seems us by Jay Eunice) and read that Ing about getting our runner vision set and the television pro. Klorlilm In (hanrerr. .<. Of Ptibllentlon And 'Nollec. Tot Tl4pprar > January 22.2
ordered' and .working tip (terilnRDrlfendlatlntCaesv o2Order HTtrH Of FI.OHIII pl
I t that Henrietta told the gilts, Stella rock phosphate Is belt used on plants grams but those who arrange pro And Votlre To Joseph. ifajeatlc whose residence. IB

'j 1 --Blonclle- Runty that if they pastures, especially for .clover. So. some new land.* grams certainly do not have the \ ....Or NTITK PnbllralloH' OK Kl.onlll To, York 141 Prlatow Street Bronx New )1i
I wanted to have a littto fun, all now that we know what it Is, we farmer In mind. Several of the Irvlnn Berlin whoso residence In, You: are required to appear onFehrnarv BANK WF f
, I they had to do was break Into the will get It out on land we I Intend, to Latest piece of equipment to go good programs do not come on UO Hradfor: Street Brooklyn, NewYork Itth, ml. In ,tha whereinlady above 0 k ala
t and cauan
It I II minedCourt
the ,
: broccoli patch and root up a lot of use for pasture. haywire was typewriter. until 10 and last until 11 and that You are required to appear on .
used quite a bit here and as ware Fehrnnrv' 12th, IflSl, In the abovenamed Afcontrol minor'chl'd'Bradrford 1951 .
of -
old bag' of .
'l plants. "It'll drive that Is mighty late for farmer to be up Court and enuaa<< whereinpUlntlff shall IN
v lost without It, we tried to re- .... Tradfordronoty County Telegraph publish t
,d I bone. crazy (meaning Sam) We couldn't get even a sneeze But television Is wonderful enter. peeks "IVo" this this Order. In next four weekly during .
have act pair it ourselves. Finally locatedthe Telegraph! uliall publish I...."....
the ..
to gilts
1 Needless say out of Katrlnka dur tractor so we talnment. Order In next, four weekly li uen.Wllnenn hand and official seal
trouble as a tiny spring which official Aralat Witness my 1'1
, t ed the suggestion. mv hnnd and 11th,
on at Starke, Florida, thla January
, a had "Herm" Hamilton (who has had slipped out of place and now t Rturke, Florida. thin January 11th, 1951.
Last cold hurt the
snap young t 051OFFTCTAL
had 13 experience working it is working again. If we had J. Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAT> A. J. Thomas 'VY
North years SEAM A.
Had a visitor from up beets In the kitchen garden but ( Aa Clerk or said Court.
I, 'I with us a few days this week. By on tractors) take a look at It. He not fixed )it ourselves, It two would other than that did' no damage, fly Haven. An Crosby Clerk,or Deputy vald .Court.rflfcIn Ray Be,Peldnn-feldon.TTnven., Croabv Building D-nutv. Clerk Day- -.. SEE WHAT, HAPPENS m mn
have trip
meant one, possibly 1112 4t 212
I the name of Spike Zywlckl he Is finally located the trouble as a The kitchen garden Is very slow In tons Beach. Florida
I all the country and to Gainesville so we saved ourselves Atty. for rif. l.U( 42tl\, |
traveling over lack of compression due to sticky coming along but in the end It will rlrrnit Conrt. Bradford Conotr n
t We welcomed that trouble and expense Klorlilat In Chancery. TO YOUR MONEY .e
making canoe trips. be t worth while. ,
> ;
valves, when he them a nark Pve Plaintiff v T.nrlrv -
gave the Jove 1
Lots in
of living city
that life a men 3nrdrr -
1 j Spike, but told him on r>*r<>ndHnt, ( "M" No. SI
of leisure' end dosing of Wlnn's Friction Proofing to "tinker" with things and fix Of t nMI<>a.l<.w and "tlre Tatppmr .
farm was not one Let Us Thoroughly
that if he wished to stay for a Oil, the tractor started up them., If they want to be busy the Planted 10 double rows ((570 feet "/ r>v ST" "whoB TR .OP. r...FI.ORlnt* Tnir.ucla CoWr | The Florida Bankers Association Invites you to \fsli OJ
rest of their lives, Just let them long) of English peas in the field .., Rdith:: TInlU 1'4 Anne Tones .. (
would find plenty for him Wash Your Clothes local bank this week end how
while we again. While talking to "Berm"later where we had broccoli. Tried to< rxl: iBllp. Long Island. New York: your see your none'' ,
: tq do. ''After building a couple' of buy a farm. You are r" him about our close is
told the
Finnegan get rows aa together as ,
S Febrimrr Uth IP'I. In the alw>v"
firewood ,
'I r I gates Spike decided and gathering that there are greener water pump, which as usual has We Are getting our trees' for our possible as peas do need something named Court .and cause, wherein' See how your records are kept by efficient ma h:

I elsewhere and shoved been "on tr.galn--olt again Finne home orchard this week through] to cling to, and growing 0- For'40c!
i f pastures them in double rows enables one chines. See how every check and deposit is photographed :e

' 01 off. S gan", Well "Herm" had a look at Miss Demonstration.Rose Bradford Agent.County We Home have. row to support the other. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION FREE Bleach If Desired! on microfilm( for a permanent record. See yll'
It and told us It was water-logged
Red our registered Duroo boar and that If we would drain the always found Miss Rosa to be very the complex sofeguards that protect your funds tl
helpful both In making augges Comfort and Early are really; See the modem miracle that works for
had a lot of company this week. water from the tank and tightenup you-your
'I entertaining sows belonging to a hose connection that It would dons and In sending us literature, looking good. They are in the rye PHARMACISTS bonk s

I Messrs. Hamilton, Tenon and run again. We did aa he suggest' and take this opportunity to my field and graze practically all daylong ; We WinDry
thanks and then they get a dally ration OPEN HOUSE JANUARY 24 E
Brown. At the rate at which he ed and were really pleased when his F
I Is being used It won t be long before advice proved to be sound. Looks C of grain some cottonseed Your Clothes We are expecting
I Red will have relatives' all as though "Herm" knows his Well we'll going to try something meal and mineral. If we can keep; ....... you e..
I, new again for us down here. them growing fast and not breed For 20c
, >>
3:30 UNTIL G:00
i l We want to raise some of our own them until they are about 18 :

1 Quality HALL MARK ORCrTINd CARD Better plants and think we'll try a hotbed months old, we should have something In New Automatic briers! w

1' PHOTO DIN IHING WATCH SI > to see If we can't get some tender : pretty good.
I : *4 "". SERVICE: JCWELRVREPAIR started. We'll #. *

, : IN.I build plants a frame with a couple simply ot Put a steel drum In the packing O \7 Florida Bank at Star!

I Cameras wdcles; window sash In the top and use shed next tq the field where the ''A- ;

plenty of fresh horse manure In togs are with the idea of saving ON-THE-MINIT SERVICE The WasheteriaTemple

I J .PORTRAIT Si r IrwFI EMS STONE SCTTINO the bed. Idea of the manure l Is work. Porky thought it a good
I t, "I ADVERTISINGPHOTOQRAPHY ( ,NAyHF N'+ that It generates enough heat to idea, too, because she broke Lithe PHONE Ave. Starke ",Meap Member Florida National Group

PLATING, get the seeds germinated and thento : shed knocked over the drum Day 64 Night -

t, : keep' them growing. Going to I and helped herself to the fee. ,---_. .... -- .... .. .. -- .
Wedding & Diamonds
toe W. CALL ST.HONE: aea plant World Beater peppers! Flor- Hog style cafeteria.STATE 1
PHOTOS) WEDDING SETS Ida Market eggplant and Rutgers
tomatoes. And If we can't raise
Our Reputation Your Guarantee of SatisfactionJ. them ourselves' we'll go out and FARM

,,1' ;J.PHOTOanAPHER It. Bullineton: D.JEWELER D.: Mired buy them. Icy Mrn. Bryan \\bltftellJ HERE'S TH'E' NEW"51 DODGEiNew

Tried to buy some fence wire re-

1I cently and was just about laughed! Bridge Club Meeting

I 1 at. There apparently Is no fence! Mrs. H. J. Kucera was hostess at
,wire around, unless you don't care i
" a dessert-bridge party Thursday;
} ELFt what you pay for It. We were I afternoon' of last week entertainingthe Inside. New Outside
r told that there is a lot of it avail i State Farm Bridge Club. Mag- .
t YOU able at something like $30 a roll nolia leaves! with stately gladioli

i : t ( Seems like there are a lot of smart I lending a note of color were el. with New Kind'f Ride
YOURSELF- MODERN l follows in the world who get rich,' Actively arranged to accentuate a Completely

WAY by exploiting situations like the the charm of the Kucera home on .
HOWEVER.WE present one. Anyhow we wish this occasion Mrs J. C. Wallace
them all lots of luck-all 'of 1 It won high prize, a unique flower

WILL ALWAYS bad. holder; Mrs L>. F. Chapman,with
second high score, received a small

YOUCHEERFULLY Making hasty plans for our road decorative tray and In bingo Mrs.
HELP stand, or wayside market. Got I In C. M, Turney was awarded a novel-

touch with Senator Charley John" ty holder of canape accellll rlee.
about getting a culvert put In and
. he has been most helpful. We Community Club Meeting! O'i /

, may be wrong, but we think thata Specimen gladioli against a back

CI total TIKUWMAIIK*: ..... road stand, selling home-grow ground of glistening native green- I
fresh vegetables and poultry pro- ery made the Club Rooms a lovely

ducts, will be our answer as to setting for the regular meetingof
LOOK WILL ,where to sell the Community Club last Tuesday Lpe11r Ate,
29C afternoon. With the meeting

'WHAT BUY Cold weather' for a few days, directed by Mrs, R. P. McLcndon,
Ii ..1 then a stretch of mild weather President, the membership made
t. tentative plans for Interesting and t
keeps things topsy-turvy. _
worthwhile. for the _
get growing, then slow down, then projects coming ___

; Black Pepper.- 2 cans for 29c considered get going ,again.the weather But all la thing just Witt months.Sinclair The and hostesses Mrs. ,H.Mrs.J. Ku.Do

sera' served cookies with coffee clur a
about ideal. ,,
Ing the social hour which was made sue.
I 1 Potatoes 8 lb. 29c e most enjoyable by the presence' o'
While have not been able
: we yet
- -
Mrs. J. A. Bowler of Miami who.
I to get our figures boiled down for
was a charter member of the Club.
the entire year' we are certain -

\ 33 Bleach - 2 for 29c that keeping a small flock 01 During the" past week' Mrs. R
chickens (about 60 hens) does pay. H. Tyson moved to Jacksonville

:, Waldorf Tissue --3 for 29c ,....FREE her where Dr.son and ahe, Edgar Mrs.will H.make Tyson.J. Kucera home with Patsy M Win more ways than cars costing up to ,000-more ,

and Brian Kucera In
L' were St.
For Prompt FREE'Removalof Augustine Sunday. to view the antique -

Smoked Sausage: lb. - 29c Dead, Crippled, & Worth. and hobby display at the AT A SECRET PREVIEW THESE FAMOUS Now YOU can see M' The new 1951 car that thrilled hundred

less Cattle, Horses Mules ijfrhtner Museum in secret: previews couHt-to-coa.1t! Yes, famous Americans and
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Cox were In AMERICANS SAID people In aU walks of life-engineers; .tyUats architects mechanicswere
& HOES ," .<:::ii
Pork & Beans 11 oz.3 for 29c Orlando from Tuesday until Thurs .,!r. : t.r"rs excited by its stunning new beauty and host of engineering
Call 132 StarkeWE : > kyn ".rT were amazed that
i day of last week as guests of Mr. ,t., tr ,i" ; improvements any car offering so much

: Matches 3 ALWAYS COME I I and Mrs.Mrs.P.. Gerald S. Crews Cox.and Mrs. C. D. 'J" ,:,<\.," !, .,je .' r e -t rv Y 1 New" Riding;so rVAK/pM!/ NeW Oriflow shock absorber system bring

[ pkg. - 29c Florida Renderers Sellers and her daughters Patricia r' you a truly new kind of f ride r e lets von "float" down roads that
'\ >
I and Emma Lou were Sunday visitors JL q. stop other cars. Here a new kind of*moothntu _ovet the same
INC.WE1ii. of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. ShawIn {1: roads Out Jarred and "hammered" you in the past! Whether it's
y : }.' ."'j cobblestones or country ruts- ;n el li ih
Sardines Tall 2 for 29c LCross ,.,) 4 May on. ground.
Mrs. John Tutt Mrs. M. M. Poy ; flew *'"*., v ';''''f'y' lJere., visibility for all passengers

. Areas and Miss Sue Brinson o. TED WIUIAMS"Wh"irll s ( awl.I through tile new wider windshield and deeper. wider panoramic:
: .tacclenny were visitors of Mr. and sea> this new 1951 car.iu smart +:..l ___ .'.Wi .:.W rear window-for comfortnew
SPAGHETTI s padousnessrf
I cans for29c Mrs> Bryan Whltfleld Saturday good nearing looks advances and: It made* new me engImY MUTTON=It', to big, 10 to let you ride relax uncrowded. Yet outside, its new
put roomy wilh greater visibility beauty Is sleek and trim for easier handling and
They accompanied by Mr. Icinlhaexpen..hecarcla..N parking
It and Mrs. J, B. Segree. also of Mac- says Ted 1 'illiams.. ba ball.. for Hutton every*passenger r famous' for," h.Betty ,.L..._ ?.** J9Sf Dodge< Jo"UGrY,MM Step' in. at.

Bread. - 2 for 29c Benny, who visited Mr. and Mrs great left-handed slugger. exuberant wan'of putting over v noTfrt'nT1 how yo u could pay up lo ",00 m oryourDodge
J. L. Williams. a song. "And n luxuriously' now beauty, extra room, /am01" dcpenddblllty of
Since last Wednesday M. D, Car. i appointed inside and oulP! this great new Dodge!

ter of Lake Worth has been visiting 1
Dog Food - 3 for 29c : Mr and Mrs. \\'. G. Strlngfel-' ,; e e e

low and other relatives In this see- { ,' 718 Beaufi/ri/New
DALI cAINIoti / think I
We offer the people of Starke
Ion of the state

Beans Great Northern 2 lb. 29cSTARLING'S Mrs Jack Nelson.._ of Jacksonville t f. i and know this what new influences car will people do }It,"

f and vicinity one of the .moat spent Saturday night and Sundayivlth ; sayi famous author of "How 1951 DODGE

modern and finest Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bran. to Win Friends and Influence
equipped eey
rwk People" and "How to Stop
en.Mr. Worrying and Start Living.
welding shops anywhere.All and Mrs. Charles Thorntonof
''I dIJ lam: Work Guaranteed Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Soon /e lie lees In Cecil I. Oolite's THB O.[ATIvr* SHOW ON 1.sPLAY JANUARY 2OIS
Townsend and ON IAITH," raramwot 5.I.ow, Celar. by' Txtiskalw, ,
son, Tucker .
SMITH'S GARAGEAND of Ocala were guest of Mr and
bfra Dave Thornton, last weekend.
S I T Iai M
Oariw.rlaras. MACHINE: SHOP Additional Sunday visitors ,of

,:I ,i I Jrr Temple ,\ve. Starke '.. I lJ Ir.Larrimore and Mrs.and Thornton Starling were of Eld Jack.ri J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS

I I'opvUle' ', Mr. and Mrs. Andrew

Crews::: and their daughter Jo... 60 ,00 Temple Are. Phone 69
Flu'I' '

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: == _. == = JAN 19' 1951iristian

"melCOrcnCU C'CFL7R'f'TTB1Es'Fiii IGlrby .
A.bTUARY 19, 1951 -_ ___

Baptist Church"The Anna Ruth Crosby. !Mrs. Eugene McKlnny of Calahan,
LAWTEYL. SUNNYBROOK Miss Vivian Bradley of Gainesville !: GR AHAMlIy Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton of
Third Commandment" will\ is spending part of this week Gainesville Mrs. Maude Surrcncay.
be the Pastor's sermon at eleven with Miss Kathryn Kelly.
Sunday morning at the First Baptist II. fulfil Miss. Wanda CrnnhyW. Miss Dorothy Ross of Starkewas Mri. John McKlnny William and Alleun Ward of Wal

Church, Starke. Each Sundayone visiting In our community do.
of the Commandments from Sub-Dlntrlot. Meet :M. 11. Monday afternoon. :Mr and Mrs. J. E. Call spent
the Decalogue becomes the morn- The Youth Fellowship group of The Bayless Highway W. M.; U The Sunny Brook Home Demon- the! weekend at Louise with Mr Come In and .ace what we can
Ing message. The choir directed, the Lawtey Methodist church was met at the home of Mrs. J. R. Kelly station Club will meet at the homeof and Mrs. Harry ISddy.: "save" you at ALVAHKZ':; 57111 Anniversary -
G F I by Mrs. Luclle Green will sing host to the Garfield Evans Sub- last Thursday evening. The Mrs. J R. Kelly, Wednesday af. Mrs Forest Reynolds Is spending Salo.Symptoms ,. ,
. I" ChurchThe with Mrs. Mona Canova at the District, composed of the youth president, Mrs Muriel Norman led ternoon January 24 at 2 o'clock a few days with her mother, -- -- -- --'
Church Methodist Hammond organ. groups of Lawtey, Starke and Wal the devotional and made an. Interesting Mrn F U Abernathy of Distress Arising from

> \u'the ,First'j' Christian Church ex- First Methodist Church of Sunday evening the Pastor' do Methodist churches, on, Monday talk. There were 12 memo I t.lr.and. Mrs John McKlnny STOMACH ULCERS
message will be "The Wisdom of evening. After the regular business bers present Mrs. Kelly served were called to Daytona Beach
ds to all to attend Starke cordially Invites you to attend session the featureda LAKE GENEVA DUETO EXCESS ACID:
a welcome I the Wise". The piano-organ duo of meeting coffee end cake.A Tuesday to attend the funeral of
i of th'elfffiiSrvlcea.I : Our Bible the following services of worship Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Mann will work shop In which the young/ fly Blanche Cunningham their diiuffhter-ln-law Mrs. Leon '' QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST

.ool ewjTfi: 10 A,M. with C. on Sunday Jaunary 21. The I I lead the singing during !he Happy people divided into three study IUltTUU.1"Un" ard McKlnny: and her brother
Colsonflas' Superintendent Church School begins at 0:45: a.m''I, Hour of requested hymns and groups as follows: Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Miss Attending the '0. K ST. banquet Howard Graham who were killed i

with a Sunday School class for''choruses at 7:30.: The Youth choirof "Worship Service" under the dlrertlon Wanda Crosby were hostesses on held In Starke last Tuesday night, In a car wreck. Omr four million bottle of the W..........
ire A 1a88es age 25 voices directed by George of Mrs. T. O. Mitchell; Saturday night at a birthday party Mr. and Mrs T. M Finley Mrs. J, R. Call spent Monday .T..ITU.HT have boon sold fur relief of.ymplom.ofdls.r.55
ups.{'\ Bo"coma i bring the whole every age group. There are five Jones and accompanied; by Mrs "WorW Friendship" presided over honoring Mary Alyce Cronby. were and Mr. and:: Mrs Fary Novotny Starke on business. D_' VI...,arlilna dim to from CiDlmtlm _at.n..alens .A__
lily; classes for adult groups. Gco. Jones on the grand piano will by Rev. T. 0. Mitchell, and "Rec Outdoor games\ were played until Mirs. Rable Hines Is on the sick P..e a_ or Uptt a.--.
from here. Oaulnnc, Heartburn. .l....._.. ate..
Morning)worship begins at 11 The Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell 81r'". reation" in charge of Miss Oleta 10 o'clock when the guests were and Mrs. M No- list this week.' We wish her a'' due to E..... Acid. Ask for ."Wlll d'e

-I, ,with:the Lord's Supper at will preach at the eleven o'clock Sunday School meets at 9:49: : Green. her Invited In for Mary Alyce to open> wlckl Capt., and children Joseph Joe and Phyllis speedy recovery. t able M..gV': bum Whlrh trokunonfr fully I -seplelni fra*-.-*this remerk.
gifts The gifts and cake was Mr and Mrs. John had
13 A.MXvenlnff: with C. Mann This was followed by a devotional McKlnny
service Sunday morning in theWoman's E. Jr., superintendent visiting Mrs. Nowlckl's
: arranged on the dining table when are par. as their guest Sunday, Mr. and! HOC'n imrcj STOUF.
worship begins with Club on the subject, of the school staff of maN period after which refreshmentsof Mrs. O. E. Crosby took ents Mr. and Mrs J S. Austin He
rlstlan Endeavor at 8:30: P.1\{. "Christ and the Second Mile". The 'than 80 officers and teachers sandwiches, cake, and hot chocolate and Coca Cola was picturesCake served has been stationed at Ft. Custer 1

nngellstlc Services at 7:30: p.m. organist for the morning service Training Unions gather at 6:43: : under were served. Mary Alyce received near Rattle Creek, Mich. for the -
Prayermeeting Wednesday at la Mrs. E. K. Perryman, and the l i the direction of J. T. Lawson About sixty young people and ful and beautiful gifts. many About 801, past year. Captain Nowicki will WHEN COLDS START..HERE'S AN
o P.1yf"l"ur jm choir will be directed by Mrs I A Music Week will be held each ten adults were In attendance at people were present ro to Ft. Kenning, Ga, and Mrs

) stud/, ,this ;week is the 5th Jeannette Kincaid. night during the \week for Instruction this meeting and though it really Nowicki will\ remain here for an ANTIHISTAMINE THAT YOU CAN TRUST! !ICold's
ipter,, Actsresbyterian Mr. Mitchell will deliver the sec in congregational and choir was a youth affair, It Is too bad Mr and Mrs. J. W. Thomas of extended! visit. 'I .
ofp: and in a series of sermons on singing under the direction of there were not more adults thereto Brooker spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs B. Cunningham: and son
"The Lord's Prayer"Sunday eve Frank Elffert of Columbus Ga. I see the Interest and enthusiasmwith and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Mrs Richard ,were In Green Covet I distressesare

Church. ning at 7:30: p.m. in the Methodist i The young people will meet at 7:13 I /iwhtch the work was carriedon. Bula Kelly.Marcus Springs, Monday on business I stoppedin
Charter R. Blair of Penny educational building. The subject each evening. Anyone InteretsedIn Conner and Mr! and Little Joe Mann who has been HISTAMINE
tev. of Ute sermon will be, "HallowedBe learning more of singing and I Mr, and Mrs. Doc Wainwright Mrs. Lem Brown visited Howard quite ill Is showing signs of Improvement I many cases
rnij will{conduct the morning Thy Name." .Special music enjoying a ,week of old fashloneJ and children and Mr. and Mrs. Brown In Orlando Hospital Sun we are glad to report. the first day.

vices. at 0 ilVc'ocl' Sunday. Sun- I will be furnished by the youth gospel singing Is Invited to attend Jack Braasell all of Jacksonvillewere day. I Mrs. R. Forsythe Mrs. A. Carl ......
/ School .will_begin at 9:45.: 'choir. MlH8 Florence Brown will nightly beginning Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mlsa Marlon Henderson. of son and Mrs. B. Cunningham were -
'he Ladles' Auxiliary of the First be the organist for the evening evening. T. L. Wainwright last Sunday.Mr. Starke spent the weekend with her I callers in Starke Monday after

.ebyteriigtChurch will meet service. ., To these and all services the I and Mrs Allen of Ware cousins Misses Mary Alyce and I noon: I

The Senior and Intermediate stranger and resident! alike will I Msssachusetts, were visiting Mrs.
'+$da.y ,January 23 at the home
find a friendly welcome at the Eflle Miner
recently. These
Methodist Youth Fellowships meetat people
Mr. E. M. Davis at 7:43 o'clock.
v 'T!K: with the "singing tower", bouse last winter and their
OF JESUS: CHRIST service the young people enjoy were on
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS a Fellowship Hour from 8:30to : way to St. Petersburg for the
/ 9:30: p.m. At 'The TabernacleThe winter: when, they stopped by tc
Services' ,.each Sunday In USO at call.. THE WORLD'S THREE
All young people are cordially Intrlngulng stories of
mple A. ";Tenth Sts Sunday Invited to attend.: "BIRD LIFE IN VHNGTON" con- I Donald Wilkinson of Ft. Ben-
'tool 10:a:m. Sacrament Sere nlng, Georgia spent the weekend
tinue to hold the attention of the
6:30: p.m.. Public cordiallyLmPARK with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Ited., ,"J St. Mark's Episcopal entire group in the Saturday night Bennett Wilkinson.Mr. I SMARTEST BEARS.
Rev. n. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar youth meeting at the Tabernacle. u .
These stories about birds help all and Mrs. R. W. Morley, Jr. r4r
BAPTIST" CHURCH Sunday, January 21st-9:45: a,m. who hear them to a better know!. and children have returned tc 1

Sunday School, 9:45: A. M. Church School. Classes for all ages edge of their feathered friends, as their home in Washington, D. C T
Mtornlng Worship, 11 A. il. nursery through junior high.! well as giving Instruction In Chris after a holiday vacation here with
evening Service, 7:30: P. M. 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and! tian living. It was gratifying to Mr. and Mrs. Mosley, Sr.

Tayer",Meeting every Thursday sermon by lay reader Mack Futch see many new faces among the D. B. Harley and Mrs. A. H
nlnjr tTSO: o'clock The church Is open dally for young people Saturday night. Harley, Sr., were attending to business .
-Ivjrf> Hemingway. Pastor. prayer and meditation. The Fine Messages Sunday In Lake City one day last ,
"'110"\ morning and evening were broughtby week.
the sponsor of the work, and Mr. and Mrs. Wllllan Bell of
,West Bradford> Residents he also delivered a message to the Louisville\ Kentucky, and Mr. and ELECTRIC BLANKETS arc even better than

Take ,Your Fears to Church Sunday prayer group being held In the Mrs. Herbert Buck of Daytona hibernating.With lots of"winter"still ahead,
Millions Leave them there! Union Congregational Church In Beach were visiting their grand .
y Next Sunday Attend Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. He parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moon better outfit your family Rout. Remember, they

,THE' CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE was Mrs.accompanied Quigley. to Jacksonvilleby recently.' come in "Junior" sizes, too!
: The WSCS of the Methodist '>
sponsored by ,
Much Interest Is being manifest
church met with Mrs. O. W. Roberts t

ed In the Tuesday evening Bible on Tuesday afternoon. At ',:.M ;' r AROUND THE
lake Baptist Church study, at which time the young the close of the meeting refreshments ETURUVIHG' CLOCK/l.
> "" men of the congregation take an ;. \\
of cake and ten or coffee 0 tl.
11 A.M. "1st It Right to Be Intolerant?" active'part.Don't' were served. Mrs. Hubert Priest SERV \C.f- f
forget Sunday 21st, when
.. ...' 7:30 P.M. "A Boy's Man"No. that Inimitable Scotsman, Dr. was co-hostess with Mrs. Roberts SUNSHIHE I za Q,I1 /ALWAYS
One day during the second weekin Be sure you're taking full advantage of
John McNelll will be and
;.:..": r. 1 January' Mr. all the modern Sunshine Services our(
. conduct all services of, the day. Fillingim, the high-. to for our
' ... .. "- Other services during the' week way patrolman stationed a make life osier brighter and better. \\ winter'vIsitors!
: following. Starke came by the county bur Let's hope your

2 Music to bless you; messages to barn to chat a moment with the! Sit YOUR DIALIR TOOAYI' stay here will give you such a pleasant
In:this series of sermons on the 2nd coming of Christ. fire you, and Christ to save you. mechanics there. A new 1951: For sample of Florida living thatyou'll
patrol car had been Issued to him
You'can't afford%
to miss -
more -one. KINGSLEY LAKE and. being a friendly fellow, he offered want (to come back for keeps!

"WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN HEAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH the boys, R. A. Brannen ells ilZu/4,'l:

AFTER' JESUS COMES'IN THE lAIR" Rev. D. E. Wllll. Pastor head mechanic mechanic,and Guy pastor V. Lee of assistant Boat <1; FLORIDA POWER A. LIGHT COMPANY -"' Your Etectt* farvtntaii65

''' 7:30 P.M. 10 A.M. Sunday School. Drain Baptist'church, A. Z. Pad-
11 A.M. Morning Worship. gett, operator of school bus no.
|First Baptist Church, Hampton 8:30'' P.M: 'Evening Worship. 13, and Kenneth Grlffls, operator
Prayer Meeting Wednesday of bus no. 8, all a ride. After some -- --'--- -
k BOB GRAY, Pastor night at 7 P.M.Everyone time spent In examining and discussing .

" ':(l Bible School 10 A.M.- B.T.U. 6:30 P.M. la cordially Invited to the new car, the offer wa

J;; visitors feel like "Homefolka" attend any or ajl! of our worship( accepted and a ride out on the
Klngsley Lake road
'to ',, tam services. Our Sunday school Is was enjoyed
I however, during the'' discussion
growing right along We had an .
attendance of 60 in our Sunday and Inspection!! of the new vehicle

- school and church January 14. We not a little talking and taughinf J. ,awnJ.ak. Lt
were happy to have throb was done while a nearby negrc .; l
\ visiting #Apl
_ jtW: Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor ministers and welcome them backat cook was listening !In. As a result

all times. Rev. Calvin Johns the story was put out that "A

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeJefferson taught a very interesting Sunday tremendous scuffle between the
officer and these
School lesson and delivered the men was atagec'winding
: & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town morning devotion.We up with the arrest of two -- ; -'
"\i'; PHONES: Office 231 Pastorlum 130 will be expecting you, you etc., etc." Well, folks, we're stll' -- :-
laughing and
if anyone wlnhes tc
.. .., and you-Please come. L
6 r r r believe the story of said cook r!
\V Y SUNDAY SERMONS11:00: A.M.. 7:30 P.M. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS I you're welcome.

Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Training: Unions 6:15: P.M. lOtli $t. and Temple Ave.

b1iD-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P. M. "Sunday' School 9.43: a. m.; Morning GREAT ENGINE FEATURES
.. Worship 11 a. m.; EvangellsMo -
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Services 7OO: p. m. Everyone LONG BRANCH qet'


8th & St. Clair SU. understand that Arthur Pad-
?" Friendly Invitation From A Sunday School 10 a.m. gett ion of Pompy Padgett Is very :

:; 'Friendly Church Is Extended To Allon't Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m 111. Pompy was staying with relatives GREAT CHASSIS FEATURES
is. Sunday Evening Service 7:30: at .
'I'1 1r pm.V. I Clay Hill, but was called '
P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: pm I[ back to Nolan'a place due to Ar 1iED4Il0 RUGGED, RIGID FRAMES HYPOID' REAR AXLES SINGLE-UNIT REAR AXLE HOUSINGS
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7.30: p.m thur' mneas. .
Our brother Raymond Strickland '
frbm Webster spent the night 6 BRAKE (Ch..y.Jul"f> maW' NEW TORQUE-ACTION BRAKES (lighl-duly mod*6)) FOOT-

with us last Friday. This U the '/l4fS OPERATED PARKING BRAKE (models with J-.peed Irontmiulon) STEERING COLUMN GEARSHIFT .

first time Raymond has been. to (models with 3- lee us for several I He was
) years. A.av//., mod h) WIDE RANGE OF SPRINGS
Wait! to go back to Klngsley1 Lake to ,.1 t

eat Frow fish dinner with a nephew, F gAIel

Get Well we were corrected on another _

weeks ago and requested to make '
In this
correction Mrs
paper. t ./

Hugh and not at Highland. We | .
have known better and did '
formant lives at Highland, so It _

NOW Too late to Buy seem we just got mixed a little tp.0
Sorry, Nellie.
You the winner when choose America's
Our are you
daughter, Lorene Fields
Residence )
Dr' Call 239 Burgluy visit to Vermont to see relatives leader the new 1951 Chevrolet' truck. 'It's Wydi

f- during the Christmas holidays! has do work hold down and
\(have an Admiral or RCA demonstration in Insurance more gas
been rather extended, and she Informs
your home. oil expense, require 'lest maintenance. It's been 1TlM
us that she U staying thereto .
We install Inquire now! finish school. A letter from her |I the nation's favorite year after year, and it now

and service states she Is getting along nicelyIn Improved to servo you even better. See these
school had almost made the won oitvtoum" IN mi CRAB
Charley E. Johns up trucks Come In
now. today.
. .1 back work she had missed while .NT OTHH TIUCKI

CHAS c. SHEPHERD Agency trying to get established In school
Phone IS 8TARKB. FLA.tspn.entlne there. Among her other studies '

RADIO she has taken up music. TORODE CHEVROLET
.lf The farmers in this section are
: very busy getting ready for 'another
....... crop. We'do hope we do not ]PHONE:>> 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS
THl TWAVtLeft*, Hsrfa1 have the misfortune of having all

.. crops frozen as we did lost year. ..:-

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11':; ;' P, M' tn eniiyVctcraif;! Of Kor aRfCampargn "jO. \ Gas:Dealers Given ', C", ille."b :r.. j j rter;fret*Orlando Wnttfe they have per "-person.-.. ., No one will be per.-. will meet in Lake City, -January-----T: ,

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/:, Cut In LicenseAt The primary purpose of the been holding classes for the past i mltted to enroll after the course 23 and 26. The Board has sched-
; Will Tell Experiences At Legion Meeting course will be to Instruct residents three months. uled a'meeting with landowners at W.C.r:,

Corporal Berry F. Rhoden, 19- of the North Korean officers over a recent meeting of the City of this area In square dancing so Only persons 16 years of age or opens.Those desiring registration 10 OIL DODD
I a.m., Friday, January 26. in the AMFRiCI;
they In turn can teach others. older are eligible to enroll. The ,
year old McClenny Florida, veteran their army personnel. All the Council City Attorney G. L. Pat. 1 blanks and or further information FAMOUSPIOJT MILE-ftr>
Jimmy Clcmsln, sponsoring organization to courtroom of the Columbia County
famous prefer
1 of the Korean Campaign, will I prisoners were questioned thoroughly ten advised that Judge Murphreehad nationally regarding the course are asked to SAID;
square dance Instructor from El have an equal number of men and courthouse In Lake City
be guest speaker of the Jones- j by Korean officers about our ruled against the City in the contact Smith at the Jacksonville "NO
Paso Texas will Enrollment The of this 1 Is ATULETE1
conduct the women participate. meeting
Langford-White Post 56' The supply lines, ammunition, troops matter of collecting license from Recreation Department 311 West INDULGE
i information. course. He will be assisted by his will be limited to 28 sets of eight to discuss with landowner their IN ASt,
I American Legion at Us regular and other military the Fuilgas Co., Green' Fuel, Duval Street telephone 48331. ALCOHOLIC
wife and J. Wilton Smith social persons each.Claaees I problems in fire control and m n. BF.\ F.ft.\I,
at the I and the Gainesville Gas Co..
meeting next Tuesday night | Corporal Rhoden was the last Inc. EXPECT*''TO
recreation director for the Jacksonville will be held from 3 until agement, and to get their Ideasas COM: R;01 ,
1 Legion Home. I man to be questioned and was told all of Gainesville on the grounds ) Forestry BoardThe AS CHA3IPION.FLORID.1
Recreation Department! 11 P.M. on February 1. 2, 8, 9. IS: to how the Forest Service can :
that he and the other were goingto that these companies had plac
memberof gas
Corporal Rhoden was a Clossln/ and his wife will corn! ai.4 6. The Instruction fee Is S31 I Florida Board of Forestry I best meet these problems. ( cot
the 23rd Infantry Division, Sec I die the most horrible sort of ed tanks in Starke at their respective !

ond Infantry Division. Company death. When he turned to join his customers' homes and were .. .'"'" c. ".... _" -

C, when he and six other men buddies he was shot In the back, making deliveries placed by them .'\ '
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were captured by the North Koreans I' and when he fell pretended to be at the time of installation.It ii't' \

f on the Nacktong River, left dead. He stayed In a prone position .was further discussed that

I of Taegu. The seven men had become for about 20 minutes after the license fee of $50.23: : Imposedon

lost from their company ands the Communists had left. Then he various gas companies was high

l were sighted by the North Korean got up and administered to threeof and In order to give relief to the .

while trying to get back to them. his buddies who were still alive, local gas dealers a motion was I ,

While a prisoner on the first but died a short time later. made by Councilman L. O. Hazen t ,,
t .
day they were made to carry'mortar All Bradford County Legionnaires I I that the !license fee of $:IO.2i: per __ .. .-, l -',, '.".

) rounds and would have been I and Veterans are cordially year from dealers on manufactured hand '.T\\ t

killed except for the Intervention Invited to attend this meeting. I gas and gaa appliances reduced Lend me a ",, f...., .

t The I,,; .
to $25.25: : per year. motion -,

was seconded by Councilman .. ); t,
BHS Cagers Split With Ketterlinus ; .
; ,
IJU I James' A. Lewis and carried by u < )'

r* i Play Alachua Tuesday Night In Armory nanlmous vote.Square 't om t .,, ". ':."" .rI '," I
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With the girl's cage team back when they turned on the steam "
Dance Course 1/ ..t' :
of 2 and coasted to an easy 49-39 vic ;. 1 1J
J In action after layoff weeks /
t the local sextet and quintet toured tory. The Jr. High team lost to Tp Train TeachersIn J "j'f./: r:;:' '"," '.,' .
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\ t.
1 New Smyrna's B team by a 40-2.1 .'' ; :
to St. Augustine last Tuesday Jacksonville.The ; '!'I''f: ',
t 3 night for return games with Ket- core. McClane was high with 11 ? t q\I.\; \' \ V'V: '.'
terllnus The girls emerged points while Carr posted IS: for "."1"".Y
1 High. Jacksonville Recreation Department c\ ..... ,
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victorious leading all the way fora New Smyrna. will offer a course In 1 j1 'r-51 J .;. .: : r "''- :,' 'If., ''"" ; .

1"f 38-34 victory.. Two week ago The varsity five got off to an square dancing In the Legion AU- 15 { ..., .. ,,'I' ,

the Ketterllnus girls won a close early 14.8 lead over New Smyrna ditorium, 311 West Duval StreetCLASSIFIED c,. _",' -'Ii, "' ."'.. '.w 4 ur .
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36-33 victory In Starke. by their fast breaking attack and 11 fl ,
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the in from -
The boys were not as fortunate were pouring points -

; as their sinter team losing In an right under the basket. Ire .." ,' ,' .' '" '. t(

overtime period 40-47. The Tornadoes The 2nd period of this game I ',- ,, !, .It, .',.< .' :'ifth.; ; ':', ,. 1

throwing a fast breaking attack -, found Hazen and Clark In front .- ,- .; '. J\\ ;';v. ... .. '

I at St. Augustine were out, of the scoring/ parade by being In RADIO RF.p%rnF.nt ,. '$:-, ,, ', ,. .,\., .;/i,: :
i In front at the end of the let per. true form on their "crys" shots. All Makes All .M .H.I.. ,"I\o k I" L'I '
R..o....... <......... .n.r.n...d. :
'1 lod 18.11, mainly by the efforts of Thomas. Winkler and Warren ('1145. C. IIKFHKHICourt > './ ,, 1't" I

I Clark and Winkler scoring 8 and were throwing accurate passes "M.HI...n. .......*. <.... 231t :" ; ., ,;...< ", ,'. .

7 points In the lit 8 minutes. At: mostly long ones to Clark for his FOR BAt.15 dan Four burner Detroit 'r ...,1, ,
I halftime the locals were still In i I shots and Hazen Wa breaking Jewel Stove 1 )'1'8. old In 1., ; r
1 also nan Refrlgera- ;" \
1 front 28-24 but Ketterlinus edged through fast from his guard position A-t tor 8ft.condition In A-l condition-Call It 00. .. I.r, 1",, '

ahead at the close of the 3rd periods to take passes under the basket Mr, Crow lion. ,," "
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1 with a 34-33 lead. The Tor- and lay the ball In for 2 pointers. FOR SALE-or Rent the property '"' :,.\"t t:

I nadoes In this 3rd period could not At halftime Braford was lead. and and ServiceStation store of Twin Pine 1 mile Grocery northon \\ .rwt1q. ..}. it:,. r't "w ,I I1. t

d find the range of the basket, makIng Ing by 32-12 score. At one time rod U, Btarke, Fla.. It.. -, I"i.J"J I-\. ,

only 5 points against 10 for during the 3rd period, the localj: D. A. Judd. 4tp lire ''t M' ", ii1ln:: .' .'of'\ .
: ,.
I Ketterllnus. As the final had tripled New Smyrna's score. HAIHOH, .
.wi'lsUel I II 4 It II MM< H 1'NKU .

blew the score was knotted 4C-13:: I I New Smyrna came up strong POUTAMIf.K RaD10-PHOr0UKAPHe.. O..r..... I i I and Ketterllnus gained eventual ho" In the last period but time OHAHI.K C. SHKPMP.nn: ,

I I victory when Dick Watson threw ran out before they could catch the Court MudlMm St.. Stark II I'

I ,in 2 free baskets and 1 field goal. locals. MOVINO A HAULING of any kind.
J' Jack Hazen playing outstanding Connie Clark with 16 point was Bee Billy J..ck.nn. Jack.on Tramfr -
" (S..'... Ph 18ft or 4S-W tf Polio
! w bal! the whole game Jed' his teammates high followed by Hazen with 12. Strikes
.1 j' with 14 points while Winkler Malnwood, the center led New JUST.v RECEIVED. full lock car of used Harden potatoM.H and Again
in 12 each with 18 while Louck
, and Clark poured Symrna points flied seed. Bee u. before burin .

I, and Thomas got 8 point. had 8.This. Our price than are last rllfh s.a.o. All seed H.are UWrownl.e. 1

: O'Connell led all scorers with 19 Friday night Wllliston High cheaper 111D lilt

, f points with Watson a close second, comes to Starke for girl and boy BOOKKEEPING ST8TBM. :

notching 16 points. game. Williston Is a member of COMPOSITE. Ideal for email builnena.Everything JlPolio struck again in 1930.:> For the battered
was being
I 1 "v Phyllis Strickland scored 20 the Suwanee Conference and their : ; you need. In one book third consecutive year, infantile paraly by a polio wave higher MARCH OF DIMES
3.75. H.. It at Bradford County than in our previous
points In the girls game to keep record for thin year on the style of TeleRTBph." tf sis went on a rampage across: the nation any experience. nursing care, physical therapyatrans.

her game average at 2!') points. attack they used I Is not known.. Priced! striking more than 30.000 men, women portatlon, wheelchairs braces and
Mary Frances Hazen netted 12 Friday afternoon Jr. High Sensationally and children. .- crutches wherever
as tillable 10 In necessary. Hslp was
points playing a good floor game. School will play Lake Butler here only 168001 acre ISO tree orangesrovs given allwho
pasture all fenced needed, without( -
t All the guard on the girl teamplayed at 3:00.: Admission will\ be lOc. 100 bearing pecan tress; house The last three years have been the to regard
,I ball the In good condition T-r.om., bath I three blackest polio !in age, race, creed or cl:.:>r.
outstanding keeping Saturday night January 20 porch eleceparate t- years the nation'sBefore
fireplace -
the St. Augustine forwards >from varsity boys will play Deland In rm. tenant house "r. .lIa20 barn 1950 was.over, !MARCH OF history: Currmlatlv incidence: for this

pulling ahead. Charley Ann Deland. Next Tuesday night Jan- .I.poultry l dam fnnnd honnem value l-ml., better to Melrose hurry;i! DIMES! funds had assisted in.some mea period reached 'the*i monstrous total of MARCH OF DIMES 'looney; shipped' -

J Futch led her mates with 20 points uary 23. Alachua girls and boys P. O. Holllnnriiworth.1 8TROUT HE-, sure more than 51.000: polio victims of 100,000 cases=:almost as many as the more than $'i, ( worth!: pf iron
Bt.. 8t rke
AI.TY. Walnut
also. meet the locals at the Armory In 'Us 8. entire "
the local Fla. Bargain I.IMH Mailed Free. It this and other years-at a cost of,$20000,000. ,- case' load. for the preceding ten lungs hot pack machines and other vital
Last Friday night at another bitter rivalry contest. "
'(, armory, the varsity avenged an Game time 7:30: for girl and 8:30: FOR RENT! Desirable 1 or 3 room And thatwasn't, enough The years. To equipment oh spot notice from seven
apt. to 1 or ladle P.O. Etox 808 National Foundation for.Infantile Paralysis equipment depots strategically located
earlier defeat by New Smyrna, for the boys game. lilt Oood heating. If
tno for the second successive year was throughout the nation. Up to mldTocmc-
FOR BALE: hl e h chair, stroller and forced to operate at a deficit. tober these depots had rushed Into
Mra. Sheppard Corner epi
Bishop Roy Short Brooker Firemen mah'Water bike.and Nona fit IV MARCH 'OF DIMES money admin.
Lays CornerstoneOf Elect OfficersIn f's e-l.oVett'Doublt. btned by 2,822 National Foundation pack machines, more than 200 cribs and
Chapters serving the entire nation has beds, and'a heavy volume> bf miseellanePolio
Methodist ChurchThe played -
a meeting held Thursday nightof FOR SALK Roll-a-way bed corn no in 1950. paid care totaling $47- ous hospital supplies and
last combination radio. calvIn Every section of the country suffered during equipment.
week the Brooker Volunteer 000.000 the last two
Rlete Un-
cornerstone for the new laundry ..bll. Individual Oil years
First Methodist Church of Starke Fire Department elected the canter. Ivan Mannory, Pine Foiem heavy attacks.' Texas., the battleground der the l pressure 01 successive epidemics

was laid by Bishop Roy H. Short following officers to serve until Trailer Park. I It tp of major epidemics for six of the last 873: Chapters 45 states were broke by MARCH OF DIMES money did double

Tuesday afternoon January 18. in June 30.Assistant. FOR RENT Four room apartmen eight years, was hit harder than ever be mid-October of 1950 and had to duty throughout lor long- '
I to
Starke. The pastor of the Starke Fire Chief. Wilson 401 Center St fore. Virginia, with a long record of their national office for financial term care and rehabilitation of thouIf '
Methodist Church the Rev. Thomas Green; Captain. George W. Davis; FOR BALE Blonde dining room light incidence, assist- sands crippled In previous
suit Nor*;* --elrouUtln beater.em" ofda raginguepidemic. *in ?re over Nation- years while .
Lieutenant, G. E.: Green. Found .
j O. Mitchell presided at the ceremonies kitchen -cabinet. John Children the focal point ai lion headquarters had at the same time lightln&, the
The Fire Chief I la not to End a sent out new epl-
and led the large number subject next door to West tt0 Maryland and Iowa watched their domed From May
I, of member and friend assembled election by the member of the records climb to unprecedented case more than $1,500.000 In supplementary National Ifeadquarters through August,

in the singing of the hymn "The, department but I la appointed by FOR SALE: Model A Ford 4-dool But, whether records broken heights. aid to these hard-hit areas. There were than a million cent out more
sedan In good mechanicalcon- were or not. dollars
the Town Council. Victor Jones no more reserves for a to
patient replen-
Church' One Foundation la Jesus dition. Lone Palm Motor Courtt4 it was evident that the entire care. Every ish Chapter
Christ Our Lord." Following the will continue in this capacity. mile north of Htarke. lip nation still last penny had been spent. isle 'funds exhausted by the dou- :
hymn, the Rev. W J. Churcnwell The following officer were also WANTED.TO RENT piano In good< I
pastor of the Main Street Methodist elected for the social organizationof condition. Avery Inn. Phone 18tarke. .

Church la Jacksonville a the department: President L. 1 It l

:1 former pastor of the Starke church L. Parker; Vice President Ho- BALK IS' s II' to be mov
wed each
I. j led in prayer. Dr. Shuler Peels, ward Walt; Secretary-Treasurer' lit, 1700 I Lox 71 B deeber, Htarke Fnreythi Flo. Polio Strikes In 1951

I District Superintendent of the J. A. Parker. 4tp III! :t

Gainesville District, prayed the Plans were made for the forma- FOR MALE: IV, ton Dump True
prayer of consecration. tion of a Ladles Auxiliary and for with full equipped ItouM car builton ,
the body, also l concm.lon. trail
I j Bishop Short spoke briefly concerning a social function of some kind to ..I'. T S. Williams 804 North Cherry -

the purpose of building a be held In the near future. st lilt We Must '

,, church which he said I la to providea Plans were also made to continue FOR SALT Folding; single rollaway Be Prepared To ;

place of fellowship a place of instruction the training program with drills bed.condition Innemprlnir Ideal. for mattress that, extra Ooo< every two weeks on the second and .
l'' and a place to meet God. guest 111.60. Fvatrlce Cary Qlnnley
The pastor of the church the fourth Thursday of the month until -! Lak or Writ Box 185, RI. 1
t, '
RtHrke. tip
I Rev. T. O. Mitchell described the further notice. I GIVE '

contents of the sealed box which Mayor Hewlett S. Anderson an- WANTED'a Remington or Browning GENEROUSLY
11 .".... automatic. quail sun !
was placed In the cornerstone. In nounces that a substantial reduction Will buy outright or tradt'liHrloH *- ;

I the box were placed papers giving In fire insurance rates Is being rmrhy. lip( .11| .

: the history and pictures of the made In Brooker as a resultof FOR SALE-Hou. trailer for 1 to
I the town's acquisition of a fire a. In aliiiont new Will sell. | at real
church list of all the pastors who t
a bars-am for quirk eale. At the GEO. e
have served a copy of 'The Christian truck. The reduction will be re Salvation. Army Camp near Key.art's. KOPELOUSOSJ. C.. H. NASWORTHY VAN
Advocate," a list of the Building troactive to September 30, 1950. H.la-htn. |tJUBT H. PRIEST COMPANY '

Committee, and a copy of the RECEIVED: a varl.ty'of gar.den r GEN. SUPPLIES .

local Starke paper "The Bradford Work To Start Soon Pea and, ....nut.field aeeda.and Potato.Corn..Loans Prlcireanonahl ,, P. ROBERTS ..
County Telegraph. at Whit.,'.. Btnr. lip MOTORS. M
On Converting Cecil METHOD
The ceremonies were concludedby FOR BALE for feed bill colt man CLEANERS

the singing of the Doxology and Field To Jet Base 1 1I left er.-at Henry my plac Urlffla by ,Harv Pratt.y Coop.St., .,. .. \ FLORIDA FUEL ,

the pronouncement of the Benedic- I Xtarke. lipAl'TO ... ::
tion by Mr. Mitchell. Transformation of Cecil Field : SERVICE CENTER' "
hear Masvlllr, Into a master jet w ACCIDENT Will party who, ANDREWS WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
car a. damaged or who KW gray GUY |
..reranMr. air field will be started soon withan auto damaged that wan parked A t : -
In 40G block' Walnut' I'll.' on Dec. :
Initial appropriation .of so, "50 please ".port for repair III
t8.000.OOO. or write to Boa 4U-A Bradford GEM JEWELRY '

Plans for the Initial appropriation ('0. T..r.ph. lip KOCH DR"UG .. DOWLING. AUTO SALES \

call for building duel run- WANTED! J.bedroom hou*, un I STORE
furnl.hed In town Pormanen. (
ways employing the most recent I..n.nt. ?lu"' be reaeonnbl. Writ r
criteria for the construction according Ruth Johnson. Orange Park Fla. FURNITURE CO. -

to an announcement by _____ _____ tt 1114 TEMPLE & LAKE j

Capt. D. T. Day commanding officer JUST RECEIVED. Carload seed po. *. C..H. DRIGGERS -
tato** flay. full mock of .. SERVICE j
and Mrs. E. A. Rainey of .1'd.n STATION
of the ,
Jacksonville Naval field *.eed. He. u.. before
Freeman Va. announce the birth Air Station.It buying. Our prl.ep| ar. rls-ht. All ELECTRIC SERVICE FURNITURE CO.
of a son, Emmett Alexander on .end. are ch.aper than la.t .eaeon.fl. ...
was reported unofficiallythat IA PYownl. itp 9A"] & SUPPLY
January 3. Mrs. Rainey I Ie the f
four the
of ,
new d
runways .
former Carolyn Green, daughterof each 8,000 fet long will be built FOR lvr.hark SALE: Mahogany chair to secretary and LAWSON'S COLD STORAGE I

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green. and that many other new facilities M.r-1":?* n**....n 1'.11.at R corner...I of"yo.writ.7 Pratt *! m L. B. '(Red) ALVAREZ. & MARKET

, Charles: f"rt"d..rll'k'ootl will be provided. Including r-nrlMlan Bt. -R. H n..It.. tip BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.

: Mr. and Mrs. Wesley L. Arwood aircraft hangars. administration "TRI-P: mad of finest. .lIlal' sane SERVICE STATION (

, announce the birth of a son Char- building dispensary and officer II n.r .*non. *.. Cvd| II..... .! .. .

les Frederick on December 8 In quarters, Improved rail facilities Theresa Santa a Fe h Block Hampton Farm between 4( $18[ MARLIN FACTORY \
rit the U. S. Naval Hospital Jack and other structure necessary WESTERN AUTOASSOCIATE SERVICE

sonville. Mr. Arwood. who Is for efficient operation of jet FOR""...BALK??,,.::. Al.Good.. good hear gentle cypress farm ANDREWS MOTOR CO. [,

fl i serving aboard the attack transport planes. mule and S to 10 acre vnnrf farm STORE JIll!,
USS Calvert Is The Increased activity at CecilIs land. for rent. Alan. would. like to ...
the son of l lea. I.JOO coot .pln. for turnentlne. SETZER'S
Mr. and Mrs. W L. Arwood of expected to bring .many. Navy -Ira W. Andrea 1 ml. ... SUPER STORES '
Dalton Ga. His home port la Nor- famllle Into Starke. to seek rose f'--i Stark on old Lake Ruii ten.r E. T. SHULL i

folk Va. Mrs.. Arwood is housing. In previous periods of H. C. WALL AGENCY da :

daughter of Mr, and Mr*. C. th.1 activation of this field many of FOR unfurnlahed.RENT 4rm.IS* mo house IU A ml.bath nor PLUMBING & HEATING DENMARK II,

Carter of Lawtey 11, the personnel have maintained\ on old Brownie road. Phone !.. FURNITURE CO.

their famine In Starke. It --a |

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acclennyrVctera.* '" > 130f Korean'Campaign- ": 'Gas"Dealers I Given' ;"" 1": .rbruery'.1. I hr from Orlando where they have I per "V"person."' No one will be per. will meet In Lake City, January

I The primary purpose of the been holding classes tor the past I mined to enroll after the course 23: and 26. The Board has scheduled W.C.TII

: Will' Tell Experiences At Legion Meeting Cut In LicenseAt course will be to instruct residents three months a' meeting with landowners at **
of this area In square dancing so Only persons 13 years of age or desiring registration 10 28, in the 1)000, '
Corporal Berry F. Rhodcn 19I of the North Korean officers over a recent meeting of the City a.m., Friday, January AlEBICI\
, I they in turn can tench others. ,older are eligible to enroll. The information FAMOUS/
blanks and or further Iilh
I old McClenny, Florida, velar their army personnel. All the Council, City Attorney G. L,. Pat 1 courtroom of the Columbia County >:.gt1
year to PION
Jimmy Clossln, nationally famous sponsoring organization prefers asked to &\ '
f an of the Korean Campaign, will I prisoners were questioned thor ten advised that Judge Murphreehad regarding the course are courthouse in Lake City. 10'I
i and
number of
dance Instructor from El have an equal men "NO ,
be guest speaker of the JonesLangfordWhlte ,oughly byKorean: officers about oui ruled against the City In the square Enrollment contact: Smith at the Jacksonville\ The purpose of this meeting is ATHLETE: ('I\)
I Paso Texas will conduct women participate.
the 311 West INDULGE
lines ammunition, troops licenses from Recreation Department, their IV .t
I Pont 58\ The supply matter of collecting to discuss with landowners t
course. He will be assisted by hi* ,, will be limited to 28 sets of eight 4-8331. ALCOHOLIC
Duval Street
American Legion, at IU regular : and other military Information the Fullgas Co., Green's Fuel, each.Classes telephone problems In fire control and management III'I'\I: \ {
wife and J. Wilton Smith, social I persons EXPECTTO
meeting next Tuesday night st the I Corporal Rhoden was the last Inc.. and the Gainesville Gas Co., recreation director for the Jacksonville : will be held from 8 until Forestry BoardThe and to get their ideas AS "O\ltO\: \

Legion Home. man to be questioned and was told all of Gainesville, on the ground Recreation Department! 11 P.M. on February 1, 2, 8, 9, 151iV : as to how the Forest Service can CHAMVIOVFLOlllUA,-

Corporal Rhoden Wall a memberof that he and the others were going that these gas companies had placed .. Clossln and his wife will com !8. The instruction tee is J81 Florida Board of Forestry I best meet these problems ( coo
Sec I to die the most horrible 'sort of tanks in Starke at their respective
the 23rd Infantry ,. ... .... .. -
,. .. ._ ..., ,
I "
and .
Division, Company death. When he turned to join his customers' homes were< r :; II!! /1"-

ond C when Infantry he and six other men buddies he was shot in the back, making deliveries placed by them '. .. .- '" .Ii. ff'.(.. .; .... .... I. .. fII", ," f \ "

were captured by the North Koreans : and when he fell pretended to be at the time of Installation.

on the Nacktong River, left dead. He stayed in a prone position l. It .was further discussed that +;l

v of Taegu. The seven men had become for about 20 minutes after the license fee of $50.23 Impose

, lost from their company and the Communists had left. Then begot on various gas companies was high f'

I were sighted by the North Korean up and administered to '''three and In order to give relief to the t

: wblle trying to get back to them. of hla buddies who were itlll alive local gas dealers, a motion wa ,

; While a prisoner, on the first but died a short time later, made by Councilman L. O. Haze; .

day they were made to carrYmortar All Bradford County Legionnaires : that the license fee of 50.25 per r \

:, rounds, and would have'been I and Veterans are cordially year from dealers on manufacture lndme nd"" .

, killed except for the l Intervention Invited to attend this meeting. ed gas and gas appliances .be reduced J ,, 'I. '.. bI

, to $25.23 per year. The motion .\. ,
f,1 was seconded by Councilman I t' rte' 4 ('
With Ketterlinus !
( BHS Cagers Split ; James A. Lewla and carried by u. I ? 1 '

:Ii Play Alachua Tuesday 'Night In ArmoryWith nanlmous vote.Square ,

the girl's cage team backin when they turned on the steam Dance Course + 'a w 'n a .;. N. ', tt ,
action after a layoff of 2 weeks, and coasted to an easy 49-39 vic ., ,': .. '
the local sextet and quintet touredto tory. The Jr. High team lost to Tp Train TeachersIn : '\ :"::" \,, ',...' ..

St. Augustine last Tuesday New Smyrna's B team by a 40-23; : '
Jacksonville. 't. r"
;\ :j"
night for return games with Ket score. McClane waa high with 11 \ : :" '.'

terlinus High. The girls emerged points, while Carr posted 13 for The Jacksonville Recreation De Ym; a ::''l' ,.\ "" .".\, .

victorious, leading all the way fbr Naw Smyrna. partment will offer a course In !,,,' .
The varsity five got off to an ,.. : rr.: ,
a 38-34 victory, Two weeks ago gqvare dancing In the Legion Auditorium .
the Ketterltnus girls won a close early 14-8 lead over New Smyrnaby 311 West Duval StreetCLASSJFIEE 1. ,,,,, I' '
t their fast breaking attack and I ,. "\o.
38-33 victory in Starke. ?a + n J"!"
f The boys were not as fortunateas were pouring the points In from o' .'. 4 J 4

their sister team, losing In an right under the basket. ", ,;,\ '; 1. y'.l-.l'I ,
overtime period 49-47 The Tornadoes The 2nd period of this game "

throwing a fast breaking attack I found Hazen and Clark In front ..- r ''1 .

at St. Augustine, were out lof the jcorltfg parade by being in I ounces RKPAlltRDt :,1.4 ,'u"y-i' .i ;. ;

In front at the end of the lit period true form on their "crys" shots All Flakes All Model' .. .. ,,: 'f' .,., t
efforts of Thomas, Winkler and Warren nra.a.iiinli6c Nuwrllh nu "
18-11 mainly by the 4 'j\ .. '. .
Clark and Winkler scoring 8 and were throwing accurate passes I Court Me... ,murfcf* Pfc. lea' ',tt' .

7 points In the 1st 8 minutes. At mostly long ones to Clark for his FOR 8AL.15-an* Four burner De ... .
halftime the locals were still In shots and Hazen was breaking trolt Jewel Stove S ym. old liAl ,"
condition, alBO nan Refrliterator .. t
front 28-24 but Ketterllnua edged through fast from his guard position l 6ft. In A-l condition-. Call 19! ",A .

ahead at the close of the 3rd periods I to take passes under the basket Mm. Crowaon. 1 It_ 1 1 of!'; I \'r....:. ;. .

with a 34-33 lead. The Tornadoes and lay the ball In for 2 point FOR BALEr Rent the p.operty ..If 1J.6'". .;!'''J.'; 1\\0...,''L

in this 3rd period could not ', ere At halftime Braford was lead and Bervlce'Btntlon afore ot Twin Pine 1 mile 1rnceryanA north .. '. .. ti i ,\. ,

find the range of the basket, making Ing by 32-12: score. At one time on road U, Starke, 1'1.... Rte *
only 5 points against 10 for during, the 3rd period, the local: D. A. Judd. ttp 1128 i 'I' \"' ". { ....; J
Ketterlinus. As the final whistle had tripled New Smyrna's score }TARTS AIYN I'll hNFal'' "UIO", "

blew, the score was knotted 43-45 I; New Smyrna came up strong H A/lllO-Pll 4111,0.ll NO 0..1/ ltAI'Hl. ""1 .

and Ketterlinus gained eventual tho' In the last period but time en"II I.F.III C. SMP.PIIKHO
I arke
victory when Dick Watson threwIn : ran out before they could catch the I Court e> Miialson s.

2 free baskets and 1 field goal. locals. MOVINO HAULING of anyVInd.
Jack Hazen, playing outstandingball Connie Clark with 18 points was Bee Billy Jackson. Jackepn. Transfer 1f-i Polio
rv... Ph 1111 or 4W.
the whole game, Jed his teammates high, followed by Hazen with 12. .o .Strikes' Again

with 14 points, while Winkler Malnwood, the center, led New JUST RECKIVED full( stock. car o[Bead rarden Petatou.Have and .

and Clark poured In 12 each Symrna with 16 points while Louck feed eeed. Bee us before buylnacheaper 1

and Thomas got 8 points. had 8.This. ,thanalaathieaaoneeH.a1Arownlae. .

O'Connell led all scorers with 19 Friday night Wllllston High "1> life a

points with Watson a close second, comes to Starke for girl and boys SYSTKM. I
notching 16 points. game. Wllllston Is a member of COMPOSITE. Weal for mall buslnei"KverythlruT book,. .!:Polio struck again in 1930. For the was being battered by a polio wave hlghMARCil OF DIMES money paid for

Phyllis\ Strickland scored 20 the Suwanee Conference and their you need In one third consecutive year, infantile paraly er than in previous
r (3.75. Bee It at Bradford County] any our experience. nursing care, physical therapy, trans
polnta in the girls game to keep record for this year on the style of Telegraph.. sis went on a rampage across the nation portation, wheelchairs. braces and

her game average at 20 point. attack they used la not known. I striking more than 30,000 men, women
Priced! crutches .
Frances Hazen netted 12 Friday afternoon the Jr. High Sensationally and children. "- wherever necessary.. Help was
Mary lipasture
on\f\ fSSOOJ 25 acres tillable 10 given to aU,who needed
1'; points, -playing a good floor gome. School will play Lake Butler here fenced 150 tree houxe" f The last three have been the ; without re
All the guards on the girl team at 3:00.: Admission will be IOC. grove IODIb.Int peoan treei; years gard to age, race, creed or color.
., bath I I three blackest
played outstanding ball, keepingthe Saturday night, January 20, the In Bood condition 7-reom- neDarata 0rm. polio years in the nation's ,

St. Augustine forwards\,trom varsity boys will play Deland In .DtenantDhoueeenr.. ,,11..10 barn Before 1950 wasoYer, MARCH OF history' Cumulativij incidence for this ,1

pulling ahead.. Charley Ann Deland. Next Tuesday night Jan 1..poultry found house value; -ml.: better. .to MelroneMom hurry:i) DIMES funds had assisted some. mea period reached 'the monstrous total of MARCH, OF' DIMES jponey shippedmore

Futch led her mates with 20 points uary 23, Alachua girls and boy .Walnu BTHOUT KB'' sure more than 54,000 polio victims of 100,000.cases =:almost as many as the than $$1,000,000 worth. of !iron

also. meet the locals at the Armory, In ALTYI11" Bargain. d I.lsK Mulled Bt.Free.. StarkeFla. I1, this and other years-at a cost of$20- entire caSe. l load for the preceding ten. lungs hot pack"machines and other vital

Last Friday night at the local, another bitter rivalry contest. 000000. And that -wasn't enough. The years. _. equipment on spot notice from seven

armory, the varsity avenged an Game time 7:30: for girls and 8:30: FOR ant.RENT to 1 or Desirable 1 ladles. P.O.t or I"ox 8 room lOft National Foundation for.Infantile Paralysis equipment. depots strategically located

earlier defeat by New Smyrna,I for the boys game |ja nio.. nooJ hunting. li for the second successive year, was throughout the nation. Up to I mld-Oe

I FOR BALK hl.h chair stroller. and I forced to operate at a deficit. tober these depots had rushed Into epi
ma...'. hike. Mrs. Bheppard. Cornel MARCH 'OF DIMES admin < Bishop Roy Short Brooker Firemen Water and Nona Bt tit! money, hot
I istered by 2,822 National Foundation pack machines, more than 200 cribs and

Lays Cornerstone Elect OfficersIn FOR DulY BALI Meat*..tf foot C....Hunsmann.-Lovett's.Doubt 1'' Chapters ser'vlnll the entire nation, has beds, and'a heavy volume bf miscellaneous

\ Of Methodist Church a meeting held Thursday night Polio played no favorite in 1950. paid bills for patient care totaling $.&17,- hospital supplies and equipment.
FOletsAoombn atlonwraAloaealvln. Every section of the suffered i
country 000,000 during the last two Un
of last week the Brooker Volunteer years.
t' The cornerstone for the new PaeA, laundry tabu, Indl., heavy attacks. Texas the 1
n.aoon battleground der the
Fire Department elected the ca..t..... Ivan Mannory, ? pressure of successive epidemics
First Methodist Church of Stark Park I't of major epidemics for six of last MARCH OF DIMES did double I
following officers to serve until rat Trailer : ever 873 Chapters' in 45 states were broke by money
was laid by Bishop Roy H. Short eight hit harder duty throughout' 1950 paying for
was than ,
June 30.Assistant. FOR RBNTi Four room 'apartment40T years bemid.October of 1950 and had to turn to long-
Tuesday afternoon January 16, in Center Bt.' '_ thou
Fire Chief, Wilson -- a long record of their national office for financial assist
of the Starke
Starke. pastor
Green; Captain. George W. Davis;; FOR BALE Blonde dlnlns room light incidence, suddenly found itself once Before the sands crippled in previous 'years while
Methodist Church, the Rev. ThorntC heater,, year was over Nation-
Lieutenant O. E. Green. sail Norire' circulating the focal of at the same time fighting the i I
: point
as O. Mitchell presided at the ceremonies mall kitchen cabinet. John Children a raging epidemic. al Foundation headquarters had sent out. new epi
| The Fire Chief Is not subject to door to Weat End Groo. and demlcs. From May through
next Maryland Iowa watched their case than August
|j| and led the large number I ItP more $7,500,000 in supplementary I
of members and friend assembled election by the members of' the -.-- I records climb to unprecedented heights. aid to these hard-hit National Headquarters sent out more :
department, but la appointed by FOR SALE Model A Ford 1-door areas. There were than million dollars
In the singing of the hymn, 'The. .edan I In rood mechanical) 'con But whether records were broken or not. no more reserves for patient care. a a month to replen-
1 Jesua the Town Council. Victor Jones dltlon. Tx Palm Motor Court it evident that Every ish Chapter funds exhausted
Church's One Foundation >ne was the entire nation still last had been by the dou
north of Btarke.' Up spent. '
Christ Our Lord." Following the will continue In this capacity. j mil ble burden.

hymn the Rev. W. J. Churchwell, The following officers were also WANTED .TO RENT piano In Good .
elected for the social organization condition. Avery Inn. Phone 11Btarke. .
Street Methodist -
pastor of the Main II .
Church la Jackaonvllle, a of the department: President L w
I L. Parker Vice President. Ho FOR SALE house 18' it: IS' to be moved
former of the Starke church,,. If
pastor 1700 cash. -S..b.' Forsythe. Polio Strikes In
led In prayer. Dr. Shuler Peele,,' ward Walt; Secretary-Treasurer. lit S Box 71 B, Btarke, Fix. 1951

District Superintendent of the .J. A. Parker. __Up tlFDK a

Oalnesvllle District prayed the Plans were made for the formation BALE: IS\10{ ton Dump Truck /
of consecration. of a Ladles Auxiliary and toes with full equipped house car built)
prayer on the bndv, alio ooncesulon. trail
Bishop Short spoke briefly con. social function of some kind to er. T. B. Williams, 804 North C|\I.r.
be held In the near future. rv Ht. UP We 1 Mast
1 Be
cernlng the purpose of building a
church which he said la to providea Plans were also made to continue FORBAi.W Foldlntc elnicle rollswa. ; Strike Back
the training program with drllli bed Innemprlnv mattress, Oood
place of fellowship a place of Instruction condition Ideal for that extra
every two weeks on the second and Client IU.BO. PbstrlrrCaryQlnea.ley .
and a place to meet Qod
fourth Thursday of the month until lake or Write Box IRS.. Rt.
The pastor of the church, the !, BtarUe. tipWANTED'
Rev. T. O. Mitchell described the further notice. GIVE
Mayor Hewlett S. Anderson an Remlnstton or Brownlnn GENEROUSLY
contents of the sealed box which 11 "ffunite automatic quail lrun,
was placed In the cornerstone. In nounces that a substantial reduce Will\ buy outrlBht: or trade
lion In fire insurance rates Is being fhnrl Parhy. Itp 1'1|j '
the box were placed papers giving
and of the made In Brooker as a result FOR SALE-House trailer for S toe
the history pictures
In almost new. Will sell at nnlharealn
of the town's acquisition a fire
church, a list of all the pastors who for quirk aMa At the GEO. KOPELOUSOS C. H.
have served a copy of The Christian truck. The redaction will be retroactive Balvatlon.Army Camp, near Key- NASWORTHY VAN H. PRIEST
"ton* Height COMPANY
to 30 19 0.
Advocate," a list of the BuildIng *. GEN. SUPPLIES .
variety of
Committee, and a copy of the ._ ... car- IP
den and field local Starke paper "The Bradford Work To Start Soon Yeas. Peanut and Pntatoei. I'rlcreasonable J. ROBERTS MOTORS. M
... ,
at -White's *'t. in NEW METHOD
County Telegraph"The On Converting Cecil CLEANERS
ceremonies were concluded FOR BALE tor feed bill, colt mare *.. \ FLORIDA FUEL
left at my place by Harvey Coop. .. ;
Field To Jet Base
by the singing of the Doxology and ".-Henry Urltflu, Pratt Hi.,. > *..
the pronouncement of the Benediction marke._ tip SERVICE CENTER' .
Transformation of Cecil Field WINKLER
by Mr. Mitchell. AUTO ACCIDENT Will party whose ELECTRIC SERVICE
hear Masvllle. .Into a master jet car waa damac or who saw (ray GUy; ANDREWS "
air field will be started soon withan auto damaa-ed. that waa parked
In 400 block of Walnut Mt. on Dec. %
Initial appropriation .ol 10, U50 please report tor repair M
II .rii 8000000. or write to Box 171-A Bradford DOWLING
..;. .. . Telegraph. Itp AUTO SALESTEMPLE
I +: ; Plans for the Initial appropriation KOCH DRUG STORE '
call for' building duel run WANTED: 1-bedroom house unturnl..h. '
! .... In town P.rm..ntt.n..nt. M
ways employing the moat recent alai be reasonable. Write HART FURNITURE CO. '
r for construction Huth Johnson, Oranve Park. Fla. *
1 criteria the according .
... .. It JIU
...... ::: a to an announcement by
II'HT REPKIVEP: Carload seed potaloes. .M* C.H. DRIGGERS SERVICE --
Capt. D. T. Day commanding officer Have full stock of STATION
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ralney of of the Jacksonville Naval Sn. field ...dSee ua beforebUTlnic. irar- FURNITURE CO.
Freeman. Va. announce the blrUi Air Station. Our prices are rlllht. All SERVICE *
peed are cheaper than last
of a son Emmett Alexander, on It was reported unofficially ....n.-H. L. Prownlee. at"lea-lit & SUPPLY

January 3. Mrs. Rainey Is the that four of-the new runways, FOR BALE: Mahocany secretary and tf LAWSON'S COLD STORAGE

former Carolyn Green daughterof each 8,000 feet long, will be built .Ivre-bacK chair to match. Al.o"andarA ia L.
Mr and Mrs. Floyd Green. and that other new facilities t'.'", Rural trn-wrlt. B.Red) ALVAREZ. & MARKET
many **+v b. ecru at corner of Pratt *
be Christian. "t. -R. H. 11. BRADFORD HARDWARE
Charles. Frederick ArwoodMr. will provided including "" IIP CO..WESTERN SERVICE STATION

and Mrs. Wesley L. Arwood aircraft hangars. administration "TRIPmade' of finest aunt eane. I*
building dispensary and officer II l n.r lIa""". II.. Clvde Mersey. at m .
announce the birth of a son, Charles Ionia Fe Stork Farm between, MARLIN
Frederick, on December 8 In quarters, improved rail facilities Th...."" eV "..mptnn. 41 Si9' FACTORY SERVICE

the U. S. Naval Hospital Jack and other structures necessary FOR SALE: Oood hear ryprena AUTOASSOCIATE ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
sonville. Mr. Arwood. who Is for efficient operation of jet fenj-e peal.a. Also cnnd arentlo farm A
and A to 1(1 acres eoo.. farm
serving aboard the attack transport planes Und for ..."t. Also would like to SETZER'S
US3 Calvert, Is the son of The Increased activity at Cecil lease 1.100 sroxri .pl...... for turpentine. SUPER STORES
-Ira W. And...... I ml. .
Is expected to bring many Navy
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Arwood of .".n Btarke on old Lake Butlerroad E. T. SHULL
Dalton, Ca. His home port is Nor families Into Starke. to seek Ito ...
folk, Va. Mrs. Arwood is the housing. In previous periods of 'OR RENT: /-rm. house eV bath PLUMBING & HEATING DENMARK
daughter of Mr. and tire C. F. activation of this field, many of unfurnished. mo Itt ml. rm; FURNITURE CO.I" .
on old 1 Brownlee mad. Fhone t**
I Carter of Lawtey. I the personnel have malatalned 11

l their families In Starke. --



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