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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 26, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Uncle Sam cE; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH :f '




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STAKKK, FLOU1UA. FR1UA. JANUARY 26, 1051 h'- Nt' IBERT'nNTY.F.IaiT(
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'cial i l Recruiting... : Caravan Will Be Here Infant Burned To Death As 'Fire I I The BIRTHDAY 1951: drive for Y funds BALL to combat -TO Consequently CLIMAX, for DRIVE those who Mayor Vetoes Ordinance Permitting


]urdayj. .Afternoon To Interview Men 1'01l0wl1l come to a climax: I'have not yet given .and for those

pedal'; .1118M Recruiting;; Caravan, tension of the Selective Service Destroys Tent Home Near KeystoneRoy : day next B Tuesday:ill will be night held when In the a Birth-USO I George who may be Kopelouses able ,to give Bradford again Trains To Have 45 Mile Speed Limit


"rlsed 'of \tour' or five cars Sat, Act.There is also a great need for I[b14ldlr.,,, at 9 o'clock. .Admission.Is County chairman of the 1931:
)e In Stark) for one day 75 : drive, issues the following remind Mayor J. Walnwrlght Tuesday
87 to enlist volun- veterans who. can qualify for enlistments. Albert Victor ll-months-I'child Inside the smoke-filled tent cents per person Boards Meet JointlyTo

y January' Army and > The Army urgently old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Victor 'I and re-entfrcd to find "the baby"In I Mrs. Ruby Johns has been appointed -I ers. Purchase night exercised his power of
In Discuss
the *aimRecruiting Regular, needs men trained-radio operators of Keystone Heights was burned his crib near the heater that is chairman of tills event 1. Through March of Dimes veto to kill a previously passed

Force.0 ;: Caravan will be tank mechanics, heavy equip- to death late Wednl'Bdayatter.1' blamed for the blaze. I and she announces that a. programof funds, thousands of boys and girls Of New Plant UnitA city ordinance permitting the Sea

'toaed of Specialists well suited ment operators medical specialistsand noon when fire believed to have Tile children were alone: at the entertainment will be provided are enabled to obtain care they board Air Line Railroad to raise

7"'ung'jmen' \ and veterans many others. ,started from an oil heater, burned time, both parents being In Keystone offering something for everyone- need when polio ntrlkes. There joint meeting of the City, the speed limit of 1 Its trains thru
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,ilete *Information about volunng The special recruiting teams the tent In which the family had where the father operates a those who do not dance, as well as have been more polio canes in tho Council and the Board of Bon Starke to 4.1: miles an hour.

in these two branches of ,that will be In Starke this Saturday been living on Highway 21 abouta I shoe repair shop. I I those who di\>. last three years than ever before TriiHteen. Was held Tuesday nigh I At its meeting on January 16 tile.

iervlce i will be completely equipped to mile north of Keystone. I The Victor family was living In I f for a similar period. for the purpose of dlsrusulnff th! Council by a 3-2 vote had voted to

le Army's. 'I greatest need at handle as many applicants as ran W. D. Michell, chief pilot with the tent temporarily, while their I I Music for dancing will be provided 2. Through March of Dimes purchase of a new generntlni ; "modify" the old ordinance which

time is for volunteers, men qualify and will completely pro- the State Game and Fresh Water I! plans were: being perfected to obtain by Carl Roberts> and! his orchestra funds a great program of ed.n-I I, unit for the City Light and Wate specified a 20-mile per hour limit

;want to serve their country cess men for enlistments In the Fish Commission, noticed the blazeas a building from Camp Bland-,t and a floor show of local : tific research and professional education 'I Plant for trains through the city, and

an enlistment of 21 months, Regular Army They will be here he drove by and stopped. He Ing to be'' remodeled into a house. entertainment> Mill be a highlight. Is being financed to find After considerable discussion i a set the new speed limit at 43 miles

from 1 to 7 found 4-year-old Joan Victor outside of the evening.Only preventive or cure and to train hour.
p.m.
t years vp'to' six years. They p.m. John was taken to a Gainesville I motion was made by Councilman per

sailed, the, Jwrtwark) of the Ar All men between: the ages: of 17 the tent home. The child was hospital where his condition was a few days: remain In the polio experts. Progress U. being \v. T. Jackson that the city den!( In order to do this, a new ordinance

strength:., and 35 who are Interested In volunteering ,so hysterical she was hardly coherent described as serious but not criti 1t51 March of Dimes. made at an ever-increasing rate, write several diesel companies an.1. (No. 131-A), amending

le Army',continues to rely are invited to come for ,' but Mitchell finally made cal. As In former years, most citizens and success eventually seems as ask for recommendations as tithe Section 167 of the Code of the Cityof

fly on volunteers to obtaind an interview by one of the teanvi out that she was trying to tell him The Keystone Heights Woman's of the county have contributed sured. size of the unit proponed to be Starke ((1932) was Introduced!

manpower! despite the ex here this Saturday. I'"There's a baby In there." Club he'ld benefit Thursday night I generoutdy to the fight a- I 3. Through March of Dimes purchased here. The motion wai' Tuesday night by Councilman P.
a
I He entered the blazing tent and galnnt polio But this year Is not fund we shall someday relegate seconded by Councilman P. L. I.. Bridge{ Upon waiver of th-
found another child, two and one- [for the family. Al Watson I Is providing like former This unless polio to the limbo of conquered'! and unanimous
I Tells Harrowing Experiences I years. year, Bridges carried by rules, the ordinance was read
' Rhoden half-year-old John Victor, and them a place to live until .
rpora j contribution* are increased, diseases./ In the meantime, we cannot vote. three times and placed upon Its
Dead In Korea j jirporal brought the boy outside. He then they can make some other arrange"
hen Captured And Left For I the program of the National let any of today's patients John A. Tododo local bulk ol final passage, Heron Bridges and
learned that there was still another ments.
,*,' Jj. rry Rhoden It ft Foundation for Infantile Paralysis down. distributor appeared before the Lewis voting for the new ordinance

( )Macclenny,: : veteran of the 1;"':: ,-,,,,, stands In danger of curtail The dimes march. Are yours In two bodies protesting the award of: raining the npeedj limit; and Bishop

thrilled a I ) "' .;[:-.- National Guard Officers Attend Association ment. line? oil and Jackson voting against It.
tan Campaign ,:{ : "' ; the contract on lubricating: at a
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.crowd of Legionnaire >; -, ; I above his bid provider
Wity, ',. : Hear Reasons Why Young Men Should Join. price The ordinance was thereuponsubmitted
ly terans"i. when he narrated : V Specifications were met. to Mayor Wainwright

trof| his ,"experiences In Korea '",,'. ._....'. Among National Guard Officers I and 17' combat teams will be|Right-of-Way Agent Here For Deeds Bids on a motor grader<< were received <- who promptly vetoed It. I

*e American. Legion meeting >. from Starke attending the Florida called up." from the Gtbbti Corporation, As a 4-1 vote would be necessary

(fast ,Tuead'night, National Guard Officers Association Information brought back from the Florida Equipment Co., and to override the Mayor's veto

receding fUmntitled,Corporal Rhoden's Convention In St. Petersburglast the conference by Captain Ingram On 301. Says Cooperation Fine So FarRobert the Florida-Georgia Tractor Co.. sary to override the Mayor's veto
First
? a "The weekend were Lt. Cot. HaroldC. l all three firms are located In the Council made no effort to do
y:: ,Days Korea" was shown Indicates an urgent need for those
Wall. Lt. Col. James A. GrIffin. Jacksonville so and the veto was upheld.
he,Poet,1i :;\which the events olaarly Captain Hugh B. Ingram and Intending to join the Guard to get' B. Shields, right-of-way I He said that the State Road Department After a discussion of the bide,

\ 'stages of the Korean Warrant Officer Albert L. Crosby, into the Guard immediately. It\,i,agent with the State Road Department I hopes that this preliminary Councilman Jackson moved that Rotarians See Film

,were depicted.rppral'ghoden. Ak: Jr. seems that proposed military bills arrived here Monday to begin work may be completed, an order be placed with the Florida -

> presently un- h Principal guest speakers for the en route In Congress now elimi- obtaining deeds to rlghts-of- quickly so that contracts can be let- Equipment Co. for one Adams As Part of Bank

Olng"treatment at the Jack- k--4 weekend assembly Included Major nates draft exemption for all per I way for the widening of U. S. 301 and the widening'\ work go forwardas Motor Grader, Model No. 201, Week ObservanceAn

Jlle "JNavaVAIr" Station Hos- General Raymond Fleming, Acting sonnel joining the guard after the 1 (Temple Avenue) from the north soon as possible with 1300-20\ tires, at a net coat ol

(v gave ::'a*report of his expertf Chief of the National Guard Bureau President signs the bill. In effect,I city limit, to the Intersection with A 74-foot right-of-way Is being St.OOO, delivery to be made within interesting film on the orgln

,front' ./the time he entered In Washington; Major General Captain Ingram explalnes, this Call Street at the courthouse. obtained. The pavement'! Itself, 15 days. Motion was seconded by of the Federal Reserve banking
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until i.he was later evacu- I I Mr. Shlf'ld.ltated. that 110 far
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VV. C. Chase, deputy commander will mean that 17 and 18-year-olds will be Al feet wide, permitting Hazen and carried by unanimous nystem and how it functions to-

Un13NaUons In one 61 f of the Third Army and will no longer ,be guaranteed the I he has in not encountered the any difficulty [four 12-foot traffic lanes and aneightfoot vote stabilize economic condition of the

p reversei World War II commander of the comforting security of serving I obtaining necessary I clerk Instructedto country In good times and bad.
parking lane on each The city was
IOrat RJioden and six of his deeds and no trouble is anticipatedIn
lit Calvary Division: and former with home town friends If they I advertse for prices on a cash was shown at the Rotary Club
the view of the sentiment here that
re4sa' off by ene-
were
cujf Tallahasseean Major General W. postpone their enlistment until aide.The Wednesday by T. A. Langford
for the clerk's office.
an4)teaptufd.<< Three of theo Is so strongly In favor of this I pavement at present varies register
) B. Bradford Army Field Forces after the President signs the proposed vice president and directing manager -
numWere'' killed when the widening project, 'from 28 to 30 feet.
bill. This affects all those, of the Jacksonville Branch.
Jx
W\ThaVflnir remaining menidlng' ,, I Florida units and especially when President signs the bill. Local Florida Forest Service To Place Emohasis For Woman KilledIn MI"". Langford was Introducedby

I Tlnoden, were Interro- such mobilization would take place guard leaders urge those concerned W. B. Sewell. president of the
and I On Enforcement Of Fire Prevention Laws ,
d concerning troop supstrength' Gas ExplosionFuneral
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was very carefully skirted with to carefully review the ad- i Florida Bank at Starke, who announced -
the'merlcan I
of ---- the exception ol General Fleming. vantages of the guard before they that the was InlIne
w-ji-e. made I From now on) Florida Forest Forest Service are charged/ by services for Mrs. Allen program
s after which they eventually stumbled back Into the who declared!] "__If war in Koreaspreads subject themselves to the loneliness -I with the fire laws with the current observance of
ammunition for the enemy Service rangers, whose chief job statue enforcing Adams, 23, who was fatally Injured -
wry American lines and was evacuatec It is my guess the remaining and rigors oC the replacement "Know Your Bank Week'.
I while under fire from United fighting, forest fires will place of the state but that rangers In a gas explosion at her

fV.*.*KUn<:.- After being ieI'1 IMlI\.Jorea.. 21 National l Guard, divisions system 11s! emphasis on the job of en- especially! will be called upon to home North of Milton Wednesday This special week was conceivedby

Rhoden stated" That he weighed state's forest fire,laws help bring fire law violators to Sunday the public relations committeeof
me. *'for some time, one of the p the ; night was held at 2 p, m.

.J 2' ", Korean officers handed 172 lbs when he went into combat! BHS Cagers Have Full Week With 7 Games; 1: State Forester C H. Coulter justice. In the First Baptist.,- Church, l Ir the Florida Bankers Association -.
but weighed only 100 Ibs .when he I' Is made because "With the Increased protectedarea M. In order tooetter" 1' acqualnf the I
Isrf'a: : hole reading: "You are I I said this move being Milton. The Rev J. Bambcrs
I
gltpdl t)( the most horribleh'possible" I came back from no mans land. H Will Play Melrose In Armory Here.Tonight 1 the nix Investigators of the In the state," the state forester conducted the services. I public with the mechanics of their I

motioned for now has pulled his weight backup Forest Service are unable to copeI said, "It has become apparent returned to local bank I
and was
The body
With a total of 7 basketball period th Wllllatoo! started driving
''to read)' it to his comrades. to 142 Ibs. I with the great number of vlola- that one law enforcement Brooker for burial In Dedan Centetary. In further observance of the i
fo the basket and hitting with ac.
oral'. I oden dId as directed In reply to questions, Rhoder games played In the last week ; and within one{: tlons. Last year Investigators were officer will not be able to personally The Rev Carl Willis offici week, the Florida Bank at Starke

;jthen' ,when he turned to join stated that but for the help ol the girls won 2, the varsity boys 2 point curacy of the pulled Tornadoes up 89-38 on a |, able to investigate only six per handle all the law enforcement ated. held open house Wednesday afternoon -

:iomrades, one of the North God he would never have survived out of 3, while the Jr. High boys free shot Wllllaton tied the cent of all wood fires reported on work In a .district." The Survivors Include her husband. from 3:30: until 6 o'clock.

,lans shot him In the back, the this ordeal. Ite also stated that lu lost 2 close ones.. The parade of score 39-39 just after the up 4th protected lands of the state. Forest Service has five district. George Adams, who was InjuredIn During these hours the doors of
of Unlver-
favor
let of the charge throwing was definitely in whereby li games started last Friday after- period started. Hazen, tho' took I Previously, rangers have pre- with an Investigator In each district the blast, a seven week old BOil the: bank were open and the public

lien.to. :the ground where he sal Military Training be compulsory noon with the Jr. boys meeting charge and with quick and much sented evidence to Investigator and achier Investigator Ronald uninjured, her parents invited to visit "behind the
would
f pretending to be dead. The year old boys training given In the Lake Butler's B team here and needed field goals/ pulled the locali !: of the Service and 'the Investigators with offices In Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs., C. S. Kelly ol) scene.", Inspect the vaults, check-

ny shotlf his three comrades military It losing In an overtime period 33-34, out of trouble and Clarke added AU county and unit rangers Brooker, five brothers, Cliff photostating equipment, and otherflterf'sting

walked off leaving the four of Armed Forces. He stated sufficient that after the regular playing time A points In this quarter to give attempted to obtain more detailed have been Instructed to require Kelley of Wildwood; Lavan, of St. phases. of the bank'

n .'for dead. After the North year old soldiers with were'a the best ended In a 34-34 tie. The gIrl Bradford a safe margin of victory evidence for the prosecution personnel under their supervision Petersburg; L. C., and Stephen. of operation .

lane;,,Md been gone for a amount of training provided the thrill of all games Jack listen was leading scorer of fire law violations. But now' to make accurate reports on the Brooker: Arthur of Milton: five I The spacious lobby of the bank

time'Corporal\ Rhoden minted in the field because they and were had It tho' when they beat the previously with 19 points followed by Winkler rangers wilt actually obtain evidence ,causes of fires occurlng In their sisters, Mrs. Fred Waldon of) Wild- /vi. cleared' an
to hi. three buddies until better physical condition I undefeated Wllllston girls by with 14 and Clarke 11. themselves prosecuting areas and obtain all evidence possible wood; Mrs. Loyd Dyal of Brooker; I Cables set up, where visitors were
in the
f i if them. died. fewer worries than soldiers 80-57 score, and the varsity boys law violators. During the summer to show the cause. of a fire Mrs. T. E. Persinger of Falls I lerved cold drinks and Individual

:bodEnrawled; to one ofjfe th higher age groups since they were went on a scoring spree too when In the game with Deland last rangers .were trained by the Forest Rangers have been Instructed tc Church Va.; Mrs. Arthur Hall of akes after their tour of inspect

streams and drank what usually unmarried and without dependants they hit the ::50'. In beating Willis- Saturday night the locals were Service Investigators staff In have violators arrested where It Jacksonville. and Miss Louise' lon
matters U nosed out tn the 4th At th
period.
bed II i like buckets full of they or bulsness ton's boys 34-44. Saturday night tracking down violators. appears that evidence Is sufficientto KeUey of St. Petersburg. I'
polluted water after which he think about. Corporal Rhoder the "A" squad motored to Deland end of the 3rd period the score wai Coulter says all peraonel of the obtain a conviction.
referred to men In hit tied 32-32 but the Tornadoes only Local Guard Paid
When he came to Jokingly for a and were defeated
eked out. game Men
23 of age garnered 4 point. the last period Thirteen More !
outfit who were years
'next morning territory he was calling standingin out as "those Ancient AgerL"Rhoden 48r38. while Deland was chalking up 13 I I Civil Service Jobs 'Jolly Time' Head Inducted January 16 $$21,648 in 1950
enemy afternoon the Jr. boyr
Tuesday
'of his buddies name at the top also stated that this wai opened again against Ft. McCoy, big points. Connie Clarke was Open In Washington Praises Newspaper I Warrant Officer Albert.. 1....
war but a wai high point man with 17, followedby Eleven white and two colored
his >-yt>ice whereupon another no push-button losing by a T point margin 32-2S.: Advertising Pull 2roaby, Jr. has just mailed local
where the lowly dough-boy had tc Hazen with 13. Hazen had a For Stenos Typists men were Inducted] Into the armeJforces !
the captured their withholding forms
tlngent< of enemy In the night contests the girls I pjardjimen
the mud and over perfect night at the free throw 16 from, LocalBoard I
on January
in through
He ,t escaped these enemy wade I i will ad- 'or' 1090: He submitted the total
more
get
, : terrain to fight the enemy again proved they were superior line getting 9 for 9. I I Stenographers and typists are Newspapers No. IS. They were:
,Hi ;: when a wave of American rough Alachua six 49-41. I figures as a news Item, and It Is
good Time PopCorn
rifles and bay. beating a needed In civil service positions In vertialng! from Jolly Baxter and' Earl
strafed them. face to face with Against Alachua boys the Toe.nadoes Johnny Wesley" ,I 'rather to learn that the
fighter planes from onets. He was loud in his praise The varsity boys followed suit found another good team Washington D. C. In 1950 than ever before,, Lurell Luke both of Starke. surprising
I khakllads S21.648.
MX he was running away Alachua's boys 44-30. I ocal were paid
beating
captors he was stopped by two for the "fly-boys" of the Air Fore With a large home delegation of and getting a lit' period lead 12-1, | Starting salaries fur stenograph- Howard C. Smith, President of the Evan!: Winifred Hodges, Jr.I 17 during 1950.

who and for the Army Medics stating fell down In the second period as from {2,450 per year to Corn announced Brookrr.
."'-North Korean Officers fans following them the WlllUton i era are American Pop .Company Crosby also reports that guard
going. that both outfits were doing an I Alachua's tall center begin to hit $2,873. Starting pay for typist Lafayette Thomas, Jr. William"
lei him where he was I of
week.
i girls ctme to town sporting this I mllstments for the month
for outstanding job In Korea and saving regularly and were behind 21-20 at from 2,40 to2.630.: Yearly Karl Knight John Alden Siege)
ranges
he going I
motioned that was clean slate of victories, and founda j 1931 advertising December .were much higher than
"Our new and Curtis
force men
of the ground halftime Starting the 3rd quarter' Increases are given to em- Frank Leroy Brown
whereiaa :
many
er for the enemy troops bunch of determined girls ready pay for greatly Increased 'or other month during 193O.
let him from death. I' with determination to pull ahead''I i ployees whose work U satisfactory, schedules call I Courtoy, all of Green Cove any
: .Juat" ;, been and they At the conclusion of Corpora] to mar their string of victories. the Tornadoes struck for quick,'!.until the highest salary for the use of space In the Bradford Springs. there Is, he stated, a crying need
.. !(: Incidentally, this Wllllston team Is and other it the moment for men with
the audience' reached. No County Telegraph Waters, Lake
Inny Rhoden's remarks points and were never headed I grade of position Is Leamon Jackson
fter.a,seven day nightmare In,'I the same one that Bradford girls throughout the Nation rlerical experience. He ask tM
and applauded newspapers
the only came to Its feet afterwards, tho they never did get experience Is required. Applicants Butler.
territory where edged out In the finals of the to spike any rumor
four tribute to the courage and braver many points ahead of Alachua,,I j must be between the aces of 18 he said. Willie Earl Thompson Jacksonville Telegraph
he had to eat was one I Conference tournament eligible
ig Suwannee about guardsmen being
soldier. firm Is
Rhoden of this young American Hazen wag.the big man for Brad- and 62. Mr. Smith, whose recognized ,
)k cucumber. ..- Corporal last yea.r.)X Williston girls jumpedInto ford, getting 2O points, while Lewis -, Applicants should file form 3000AB as the world's largest producers Charles Lynwood Barnes (colored for the draft and any other rumore
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an early'1Bt quarter 18-10 i. center for Alachua scored 18 with the U. S. Civil Service and packers of pop corn, ) Starke and Samuel David >pertaining to local Guard moblliza.lon. -

7 score, but Bradford forwards 23. D. their decision was based on Icolored) Ocala. .
Train Here points. Commissioner Washington said Williams (
: N. C. Team To Spring started hitting the basket accurately and in nationwide Starke has claimed another rec-
and pulled up within easy Tom McClane led the Jr. Highboys I C. Additional form Information may be obtained 33 years advertising."Throughout of experience. I >rd. According to Capt. H. B. In-

I' distance at halftime, only against Lake Butler's B application 19 Unemployed the National Guard Bureau
"' striking [ram,
' lhe-. team, 12 and followed from Mr*. S. L. Peek Civil Ser the years we have
\t Igutar meeting of Officers behind 2 points, 3129. It was nip getting points secretary,. at the Starke post Receive Payments cited a guardsman for finishingsorrespondence
na held here Wednesday Red Cross and tuck the rest of the game by Sidney Jackson with 11.' vice found that year In and year out : course leading tot

:tot 'It-wks announced that the Are Installed Helen Barry sank a, free shot for Against Ft. McCoy Paul Rivers office. the local newspaper gives the ad- In Bradford CountyAn commission! a second lieu ten';'

?QC. baseball club will 3 Bradford girls fouled out had 13 points to his credit. In four months. The locals
ell-y. Night victory. Wins vertiser real value for his money. Increase of 138.879 was recorded ant only
ne to Starke for spring training Monday and 2 for Wllllston. Patsy Eaves Local fans can see the boys Humphreys This I. Important not only to the In Unemployment Compensation proudly point to Corporal Mack
easoiu&Thls project Is being superb especially and girls In action here Friday I MarcoWith 3.I FUtch who finished the same
a I John A. Torode was Installed as played a game From San said, "but also to payments made to ldl,
rnsored, "7' the Lions Club. i Chairman of the Bradford County 'I. the last quarter after the 2 other night against Melrose and again I advertiser, he : workers i In Florida during the course In two months and one
.
nf.fe'h, 1\ members enjoyed a I Chapter of the American Red regular guards fouled out, by Tuesday night when Callahan's Hank ,Cornell, "Yogi" the people who buy his products.For week ending Jan. 12, bringing the veek.LJ. ,I
knocking down passes and bottling boys and girls engage the locals. Prick and George: Heatherly dumping when advertising is widely
tkeri, .and: rice upper prepared Cross In the County organizational total to 137,464. according tc
tall forward After the Callahan the boys; 38 between' them used It actually helps lower prices.
In
Charley Johns. Cart Johns Ii.Cnigbt meeting held in the Starke Methodist up Wllliston's : games 1 < points Florida Industrial Commission re S. Population -
Monday who was a menAce to Bradford all and girls start on their road for the home team and the usual Effective advertising creates
Bill Kronenberger.A educational building week -
and payments
mectng' was held at the January 22. Other offlcert the game. Barry led the Bradford games counting 4, and next Fri fine floor game by "Bug*" Rogue, volume sales, and volume sales ports. had The totaled previous$100,787. I Totals 153,000,000 -
evening.
.one road to Lake: Gold, basketball it to produce goodion
night ofwek' S. E. Simmons lat scorers with 22 points followed by day night take the the Humphrey. make possible rosealso
Wednesday of recipients
Installed were number
Ins Den Strickland with 19 and Butler. With the season half over team earned another victory Wednesday : a mass production basis at a The The population of the United
E. Simmons
N Martin, chalrmao.- Rev. B. PhylliS from 8.813
4 with John vice ; during the period
Mrs. Frances Hszen with 18 the Varsity boya record stands at night. Jan. 17, defeatingSan lower manufacturing/ cost. States has Increased nearly 2.000.
Hes chairman Mary Thi,
ieW,chairman. Charles > 2nd vice ; Jacksonville to 8,683, .the report stated. :
Whit- treasurer. Irene Phillips tho of Wllllston led 6 wins 4 losses. The girls have Marco Motors of week 000) .nce last April and now totals
O. Lillian Stump the
1. Miss
and during
tary Increase
frtel governor ; 15 of fared much better tho, gaining 4 55-40. was an 153OOOOflO) statisticians of
Music about
with 32 points. Festival of
chairman all scorers
'clutlrman of the board of In.et.Iceil W. B. Sewell, acting of 1838. More than half of these
\ th.installing field goals. Nancy Peterson, victories and only losing 2--those McQueen and Jack Vulvyhouse, the Metropolitan Life Insurance
these
the
the board, served as Hillnborougl
among of In
,
Church
Directors were
\) officer. a 10th grader was second with 19. to Lake Butler and St. Augustine.The with 12 and 8 points, led the visitors At Baptist recipients tots Company have announced.
Ct&it being present. Frances In scoring.The County. The next greatest During all of 19 O. the statUtl-
AUchua. Mary stands..
,.i"k Chairman Torode announced the Against Jr. High boy. record stand. at 3 A festival of muMo will be presented was reporeted for Dade County
births
was tops with' 18 points 2 wIns-:-5 losses yet, these 3 I I record now of lana said, the excess over
the Hazen at -- combined choirs there
uty Collector appointment of O. 1.. Llnsln as victories and 2 defeats for Hum by the Here In Bradford County Including losses In the
bucketing rather leaths,
I while Strickland was losses to "B" teams I
' I chairman of the Disaster Committee were and St. the First Baptist Church tonight were 19 recipients who were payrnia.
Feb. 1,2 phreys, Green Cove Navy forces overseas, was nearly
Here and armed
for 16 points Bradford HIdoesn't ,
field goals Jr. HI teams of
4 than -- The week
/with ..J. R. Kelly as co- Auugustlae YMCA having" stoppedthe (Friday) at 7:30.: total of S-U8 in Unemployment
la at work on 'Telen Barry was netting 15 points.The have a "B" team and of music appreciation and State total of payments 5.250.0OO.:
Mr. Llnsln 5 study Compensation.
ty collector of Internal chaIrman started off and tuck local squad by 22 and points They .aid the total Increase In
nip his
Coach Ingrain and youngcharges the direc-
game under expected
the Disaster organization are
of choir recipients
enu4ifl be at the courthouse the organization : I respectively. [ and In the 10 year
take long for the taken population past
didn't courageously ,,
have weekor
3ut it Columbus,
and detailed Frank Elfert of the next
for the County tion of to decline during
Clarke and Friday Committee is Thursday | than 20,000.000.
Thursday scheduled
on Rradford girls to pull ahead and the scheduled! "B" games. I Next game this vas a little more
will Qver will to close with
*.',,!, 2. from 9 a. m. to S p. m. plans and information never headed afterwards. ) night. Jan. 2:), at 8:13: In the Ga. come a [ so. The[ highest for any 10-year period

T,the purpose of assisting tax- be released within a short time.Fund vere The varsity boys found trouble.. Mr. and MeeK. L. McDowelland Starke armory with Tip-Top presentation.An Invitation. Is extended to all 1 Mrs S. T. Dell returned to hei 11\ the Nation's history. More thai

r.ra In filing their 1050: returns The annual Red Cross 1 I 'oo, with a scrappy and spirited Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McDowell J House (Jacksonville) furnishing and appreciate choir home In Gainesville Monday after L1OOO.OOO, of this Increase occur-!
March who enjoy
, for this service. Campaign wilt begin on of Jacksonville the opposition. Admission Is free last five they
teryl no charge Wllllston five Bradford boys and son Larry i will be spending three weeks with her luring the years
Canova
!, person whose total In- under the leadership of Doyle E. I and at halftime were birthday dinner guests of 1 and the public Is welcome to attend music. Mrs. Mona Mr.. J M. Brownlee. Mid.
fast
started off at the organ. sister,
Ch&Irman. : i iI the accompanist ,
.II W 1930: was 1600 or more Conner. Fund Campaign were leading 27-20. During the 3sd John Vglow on Wednesday all Humphrey. games./

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.tecruiting Caravan To Interview Will Be Here Infant Burned To Death As 'Fire I BIRTHDAY BALL TO CLIMAX DRIVE Mayor Vetoes Ordinance Permitting

'Afternoon Men
i
_ I The 1931: drive for funds to combat Consequently, for those wh,


i v'_ I :ke four ecruitlng for or one five day Caravan cars Sat.,, ',tension Act.There of is the also Selective a great, need Service for Destroys Tent Home Near Keystone I' day next Ball polio Tuesday: will will be night come held>when to In a the a climax Birth USO George who have may not yet be Kopelouses able J given.to.and,give for Bradforc again thos<; Trains To Have 45 Mile Speed Limit Ii Iil


fr enlist voluntegular veterans who I buttling at 9 o'clock. .AdmIssionIsI County chairman of the 193: l -
27, to can for
3 y qualify en Roy Albert Victor. It-months-f" I child<% inside the smoke-filled tent, .
; Army ands lI tment The Army urgently r j I,75 cents per person. drive. Issues the following remind. Boards Meet Jointly I Mayor J. R. Wainwrlght Tuesday -
old son of Mr. and Mr Fred Victor and
re-entered to find "the baby"In ers.
needs men trained-radio I Mrs.\ Ruby Johns has been ap- night exercised his power of
opera of Keystone Heights wan burned I his crib near the heater that Is 1. March To Discuss Purchase
Through of Dime
:I veto to kill
will be tors, tank mechanics a
Caravan previously
this
ting heavy equip- pointed chairman of event passed
#BCW ts well gutted ment to death late Wednesday afternoon I blamed for the blaze. funds, thousands of boys and girl Of New Plant UnitA city ordinance the Seaboard
ki peclall$ operators, medical specialists when fire, believed to have I I and aha announces that a program : permitting *
and veterans and manythers.. The children were alone at the of are enabled to obtain care they Air Line Railroad to raise
tve.'nflripg'.; men ,started from, oil heater. entertainment will be provided,
an burned
p letoi B rmatlon about volun- The special recruiting teams the tent In which the had time both parents being In Key- i offeringsomething Cor everyone- need when rollo strikes. There joint meeting! of the City 1 the.. speed limit of its trains thruI

iese two branches of that will be In Staike this Satur- been family stone where the father operates a those who do not dance, as well as have been moro polio cases In th.,. Council and the Board of Bond I Starke to 43: miles an hour.
living on Highway 21 abouta .
3! day will be shoe repair shop. I I last three years than ever before 1 TriiHte was held Tuesday I
night
completely equipped to mile north of Keystone.W. I those who do. j At its meeting on January 16 thlt
Lra need atfor handle as! The Victor family was living In for a similar period. for the of dim-muting the I
purpose
greatest many applicants as can D. Michel!, chief pilot with Music for dancing: will be provided / Council by a 3-2 vote had voted to"modify"
volunteers men qualify and will completely process the tent temporarily, while their: 2. Through March of Dimes 1 purchase of a new generatingunit I the old
the State Game and Fresh Water I by Carl Roberts and his orchestra : ordinance, which
WN&& serve their country men for enlistments in the Fish Commission, noticed the blazeas 'I plans were being perfected to obtain and a floor dhow of local funds a great program of scientific for the City Light and Water specified a 20-mile per hour limit

fan,'' 4* *tment of 21 months, Regular Army. They will be here He drove by and stopped. He a building from Camp Bland- entertainment\ be a highlight research and professional education .. Plant for trains through the city, and!

a W to six years. They from 1pm. to 7 p.m. found 4-year-old Joan Victor outside Ing to remodeled' : into a house. of the evening. is being financed to finda After considerable dlscuislon, a set the new Bleed limit at 45 miles

WM* bulwark of the Ar.4Anycontlnues All men between the ages of 17 I the tent home. The child John was taken to a Gainesville I, preventive or cure and to train motion was made by Councilman per hour.

and 33 who are Ir.terested In volunteering so hysterical she was hospital, where his condition was Only a few days: remain In the polio experts. Progress is being W. T. Jackson that the city clerk order
was hardly In to do hls
coherent ,
ordinance -
a new
lost: March of Dime.
to rely are invited to come for but Mitchell finally made described as serious! but not criti- made at an ever-increasing/ rate write several diesel companies and ,I (No. ]131-A)
amending
to obtain an interview by one of the teams As In former most cltl- and success eventually seems as-
lyon jolunteers years for
out that she ask recommendations to
was trying to tell him cal.The as I Section 167 of the Code of the Cityof
4 wet, despite the ex here this Saturday. "There's a baby In there." Keystone Heights Woman'sClub Sons of the county have contributed sured. the size of the unit proposed to be Starke ((1032)) was introduced

He entered held benefit generously to the fight a. 3. Through !March of Dimes purchased here. The motion ,
the blazing tent and a Thursday night was Tuesday night by Councilman P.

Rhoden Tells Harrowing Experiences] found another child, two and one-I for the family. Al Watson Is providing galnst polio. But this year is not funds we shall someday relegate seconded by Councilman P. L. L. Bridges Upon waiver of the
like former This polio to the limbo of
tin conquered
half-year-old years. year and
John Bridges carried unanimousvote.
Victor by
and them a place to live until rules, the ordinance was read
Iiptured, And Left For Dead In Korea I brought the boy outside. He then they can make some other arrangements lens contributions are increased diseases. In the meantime, we can. three times and placed upon its

'Berry Rhoden, 19 'I.... learned that there was still another I IJ|I I the program o.f the National not let any of today's patients John A. Todnde, local bulk oil final passage Hazen Bridges! and
""" I Foundation for Infantile Paralysis down.
fjclenny; veteran of the ',. : J distributor, appeared before the Lewis voting for the new ordinance
I ,
) :. stands In danger of curtail- The dimes march. Are yours In
npalgn thrilled a t''n.' .. '.1, National Guard Officers Attend Association 1 ment.AB line? two bodies protesting the award of raising the speed limit, and Bishopand

owd of Legionnaire .,: ; tho contract on lubricating oil at a Jackson voting against It.
;
when he narrated I : l ': Hear Reasons Why Young Men Should Join I price above his bid, provided The ordinance was thereupon


.esday can experiences Legion night. in meeting Korea. v, 'p L, from Among Starke National attending Guard the Officers Florida ,:I and called 17 combat" teams will be1 J I: Right-of-Way\ Agent Here For Deeds specifications Bids on a motor were grader met. were re. who submitted promptly to Mayor vetoed Wainwright.It.

up.
Jo celved from the Gibbs Corporation,
,, National Guard Officers I As a "-I vote would be necessary

I, Corporal "The Rhoden'lentitled First Convention In St. Petersburg Association Information brought back from On 301. Says Cooperation Fine So Far the: Florida Equipment Co., and to override the Mayor's veto
the .
fin! Korea" was shown last weekend ,were Lt. Col. HaroldC. the conference by Captain Ingram | Flo..ldaG..orallTractor Co. sary to override the Mayor's veto.
e. II all three
firms located tn
Jn which the events of Wall, Lt. Col. James A. Griffin Indicates an urgent need for thosa w a JacksonvIlle are the Council made no effort to do

,itages of the Korean Captain Hugh B. Ingram, and Intending to join the Guard to get' Robert B. Shields right-of-way Ha said that the State Road! Department so and the veto was upheld.
After discussion of the bid
a ,
Dieted.Rhoden. Warrant Officer Albert L. Crosby, into the Guard Immediately. Itj i agent with the State Road Department hope that this preliminary Councilman Jackson moved that

presently uneatment Jr. seems that proposed military billsen arrived here Monday to begin work may be completed Rotarians See Film
, an order bo placed with the FlorIda -
. at the Jack. Principal guest speakers for the route in Congress now eliminates obtaining deeds to rlghts-of- quickly so that contracts can be let. As Part of Bank
Equipment Co. for Adams
one
:val Air Station Hos- weekend assembly Included Major draft exemption for all per-, way for the widening! of U. S. 301 and the widening work go forward I
Motor Grader, Model No. 201
report of his expert- General Raymond Fleming, Acting aonnel joining the guard after the' Temple Avenue) from the north a. soon as possible Week ObservanceAn
with 130O-20() tires. at net cost of
a
the time he enteredhe Chief of the National Guard Bureau President signs the bill. In effect, j city limits to the Intersection with A ,74-foot right-of-way Is being
Call the (4,0(10( delivery to be made within Interesting film on the orgta
was later evacu- Washington; Major Gen Captain Ingram explaines. this i Street at courthouse.Mr. obtained. The Itself
pavement
Ital plane. Ip one 6f eral W C. Chase, deputy commander I will mean that 17 and 18-year-olds) Shields Mated that so far .5 days. Motion was seconded by of the Federal Reserve banking
will be 64 feet wide permittingfour Hazen' and carried by unanimous system and how it functions to.
Nations reverses of the Third Army and will no longer be guaranteed the' he has not encountered any difficulty
World War II commander of the t in obtaining the necessary 12-foot traffic lanes and an vote stabilize economic condition of the
tOr oden and six of his 0' comforting security, of serving)
ere cu off by the eneinured. lit Calvary Division; and former with home> town friends If they I deeds and no trouble is anticipatedIn eight-foot parking lane on each The city clerk was Instructed country In good times and bad.

i Three of the Tallahas eean, Major General W. postpone their enlistment until,' view of the sentiment here thatIs side.The to advertse for prices on a cash was shown at the Rotary Club
so strongly In favor of this at for the clerk's office. Wednesday by T A. Langford
pavement varies register
B. Bradford Army Field Forces after present
_______ ere killed when the the President signs the proposed I
i widening project. from 28 to 30 feet. vice president and directing man-
ans were capturing G3.The bill. This affects all those)

, .four remaining men, ; question of mobilization of not already In the guard when the i I Rites At BrookerFor ager of the Jacksonville Branch.Federal .

I, Rhoden, were interrobrning ; Florida units, and especially when President signs the bill. Local Florida Forest Service To Place EmohasisOn Woman KilledIn MrLangford Reserve Bank,was of Introducedby Atlanta.

such mobilization would take place guard leaders those
troop and urge concerned
supth
Enforcement Of Fire Prevention Laws \V. B. Sewell, president of the
was skirted with
of the American very carefully to Carefully review the ad Gas Explosion

I!, which they wre made the exception: oT General Fleming. vantages of the guard before they I Florida Bank at Starke, who announced -

nmunltlon for the eventually stumbled back Into the I who declared, "__If war in Koree subject themselves to the loneliness From now on Florida Forest Forest Service are charged by Funeral services! for Mrs. Allen1 that the program was Inline

enemy American lines and evacuatedfr'nn.j it Is Service rangers, whose chief job statue with enforcing the fire laws Adam. 23 who Injured with the current observance of
I under fire from United was spreads my guess the remain.Ing and rigors of the replacement j was fatally
_ Is fighting forest fires, will place of the state but that rangers "Know Your Bank Week'
21 National I L at her
n or: After being 'helmA + \ more emphasis on the job of enforcing especially will be called to
_r HmA__ __, _nna_ r\f th.____ Rhoden .tated'that he weighedyN. '. upon home North of Milton Wednesday This special week was conceivedby
---- m n -- -
I combat 1 the stain' forest lire lawn.. help bring fire law violators to held at 2 Sunday the public relations committeeof "
rean officers handed 172 Ibs when he went into night was p, m.

note reading: "You but weighed only 100. Ibs when he I BHS Cagers Have Full Week With 7 Games ; ; State Forester C. H. Coulter Justice. In the First! Baptist.* Churpfe the Florida Bankers Assoclatfo'n -
are
die the most horrible I came back from no man's land. He Will Play Melrose In Armory Here Tonight !! said this move Is being made because "With the Increased protected Milton. The Rev. J. tit Ilarm berg In order tobetter acquaint the
"
Ible" and motioned for now has pulled his weight back the six Investigators of the area in the state, the state forester conducted the services. public with the mechanics of their

With total of 7 basketball th' Wllllstoa started driving'for Forest Service are unable to cope said, "It has become apparent local banks.
ad It to his comrades up to 142 Ibs. a period The body was returned to
with the number of viola- that law enforcement
Khoden did as directed In reply to questions, Rhoden i games played In the last week. : the basket and hitting with ac. 1 great one Brooker for burial, In Deditn Com- In further observance of the

(when he turned to joines stated that but for the help of I the girls won 2, the varsity boys 2 curacy, and pulled up within one'' tions. Last year Investigators were I officer handle will not all be able to person etary. The Rev Earl Willis offici- week, the Florida Bank at Stark.
able to investigate only six per ally the law enforce.
one of the North God he would never have survived point of the Tornadoes 39-38 on a | ated. held open house Wednesday afternoon -
out of 3. while the Jr. High boys cent of all wood fires reported on ment work in district." The
hot him in the back the this ordeal. He also stated that he free shot, Wllllston tied up the i a Survivors Include her husband, from 3:30: until 6 o'clock.
lost 2 close ones. The parade of protected lands of the state. Forest Service:: has five districts
I the charge throwingthe was definitely In favor of Universal score 39-39 just after the 4thj George Adams, who was InjuredIn During these hours the doors of

ground where he Military Training whereby 18 games noon with started the last Jr. boys Friday meeting after period started. Hazen, tho' took '!" Previously, rangers. have presented with an and Investigator a chief investigator In each district the blast, a seven week old son, the bank were open and the public

_ding to be dead. The year old boys would be given com Lake Butler's B team here and charge and with 4 quick and much evidence to Investigatorsof with office In Tallahassee.All Ronald uninjured. her parents, Invited to visit "behind the

ot his three comrades pulsory military training In the losing In an overtime period 33-34: needed field goals, pulled the locals'[ the Service and ''the Investigators county and unit Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelly of scenes", inspect the vaults, check-

d off leaving the four of Armed Forces. He stated that 18 after the regular playing time out of trouble and Clarke added!' attempted to obtain more de have been instructed to ranger require Jrooker, five brothers, Cliff photostating equipment, and other

dead. After the North I year old soldiers with a ,sufficient 6 points In this; quarter to give Kelley of Wildwood; Lavan, of St. Interesting phases of the bank'
ended in a 34-34 tie. The their
girls under
tailed evidence for the prosecution personnel supervisionto
had been for a amount of training were the best Bradford a safe margin of victory Petersburg; L. C., and Stephen of operation. '
gone provided the thrill of all game. of fire law violations. But now make accurate reports on the I
in the field because they were in Jack Hazen was leading scorer Brooker: Arthur of Milton; flvnslaters
Corporal Rhoden mln- The spacious of the bank
tho when they beat the previously rangers will actually obtain evidence causes" of fires occurlng In their' lobby
and had with 19 points followed Winkler Waldon of Wild-
his three buddies until better physical condition by Mrs. Fred
wm cleared an'l'l rcfrethmenPtables
undefeated Wllliaton
girls by themselves prosecuting area and obtain all evidence
fewer worries than soldiers In the with 14 and Clarke 11. poesible wood; Mrs. Loyd Dyal of Brooker;
en died.
59-57 score, and the varsity boys law violator During the summer to show the cauje of a fire set up, where visitors were
since they were In the with Deland last Mrs. T. E. Perslnger of Falls
crawled to one of the higher age groups game I served cold drinks and Individual
went on a scoring spree too when rangers ;were trained by the For Rangers have been Instructed tc
unmarried and without dependants Saturday night the locals Church. Va. Mrs. Arthur Hall of
were ;
earns and drank what usually cakes after their tour of Inlped-
they hit the 90'a in beating Willistons est Service Investigator staff In have ,violators arrested where It.pp..ars
[ buckets full of the or bulsness matters to nosed out In the 4th period. At the Jacksonville. and Miss Louise ion.
boys 34-44. Saturday night tracking down violators./ that evidence I la sufficientto
think about. Corporal Rhoden end of the 3rd period the Kelley of St. Petersburg.
water after which he score was I
the "A" squad motored to Delandfor Coulter says all personel of the obtain a conviction.
I ." When he came to jokingly referred% to men In his a game and were defeated tied 32-32 but the Tornadoes only Local Guard Paid

morning he was standing outfit who were 29 years of age 48-36. garnered 4 points the last period Thirteen More Men

nemy territory calling out as "those Ancient Agers." while Deland was chalking up 1:51: Civil Service Jobs 'Jolly Time' Head $21,648 in 1950
afternoon the 16
hi stated that this was Tuesday Jr. boyr 'big Connie Clarke Inducted January
I Is buddies name at the top Rhoden also points. was I

|vice whereupon another no push-button war but a war opened again' against/ Ft. McCoy, high point man with 11, followed ) Open In WashingtonFor Praises Newspaper Eleven white and two colored, : Warrant Officer Albert L.

,fent of the enemy captured where the lowly dough-boy had to losing by a 7 point margin 32-23.: by Hazen with 13. Hazen had s Stenos Typists Advertising Pull inducted into the armed Crosby, Jr. ha* just mailed local
men were
In the night contests the girls I
e escaped these enemy wade In through the mud and over ', perfect night at the free throw 16 from Local I guardsmen their withholding forms I
hen a wave of American rough terrain to fight the enemy again proved they were superior line, getting 9 for 9. !I Stenographers and typists are Newspapers will get more advertising forces on January for 19CO.: He submitted the total
No. :
AUtchua six, 49-41., Board 1" They were
Ster planes strafed them. face to face with rifles and bay. beating a good Against Alachua boys, the Tornadoes needed In civil service positions In from Jolly Time Pop Johnny Wesley Baxter and, E.irl figures as a news Item, and It i Is
followed sUit.
e was running away from onets. He was loud In his praisefor The varsity Alachua's boys 4439. found another good team Washington. D. C. Corn In 1950:: than ever before, Lurch Luke, both of Starke. I rather surprising to learn that the
beating
ors he was stopped by two[I the "fly-boy of the Air Force With a large home boys delegation of and getting a 1st period lead 12-101 j Starting salaries for stenographers Howard C. Smith, President of the Evan Winifred Hodges Jr. local! khakllads were paid $21,648.

prth Korean Officers who and for the Army Medics stating fans following them, the Williston fell down In the second period as ;,, are from 12,450 per year to I American Pop Corn Company, announced Brooker. 'I II : 67 during 1930.

Jim where he was going j that both outfits were doing an girls cnme to town sporting a Alachua's tall center begin to hit $2,873. Starting pay for typists this week. I Lafayette Thomas,, Jr. William Crosby also reports that guard
pned that he for outstanding Job in Korea and saving regularly and were behind 21.20 at Year enlistments for the month o(
was going: clean slate of victories, and founda j I''ranges/rom $2,490 to $2,630. F.arl Knight, John Alden 81..gel'j I I
r the enemy troops where ,j many of the ground force men bunch of determined girls readyto halftime Starting the 3rd quarter :ly pay Increases are given to em- "Our new 1951 advertisingschedules Frank Leroy Brown and 1 December were much higher< than

ust been and they let him from death. their of victories. with determination to pull ahead II i ployees whose work In satisfactory, call for greatly Increased Courtoy all of Green Cove for any other month during 195O.
mar string
I At the conclusion of Corpor..11Rhoden's Incidentally, this Will In ton team Is the Tornadoes struck for quick,until the highest salary for the use of space In the Brad-1 I Springs. There Is, he stated, a crying needat
'
fa seven day nightmare In ,, remarks the audience' the same one that Bradford girls points and were never headed _grade of position is reached. No ford County Telegraph and other Leamon Jack..onVaters.. Lake the moment for men with

to Its feet and applauded In afterwards, tho thy did get Applicants newspapers throughout the Nation He asks the
errltory where the only came out In the finals of the ; never ,experience: I Is required. Butler. 1 cI.ric"l. experience.
edged
had to eat was one four I tribute to the courage and braveryof Suwannee Conference tournamentlast many points ahead of Alachua.I 1:must be between the aces of 18 ," he said. Willie Earl Thompson, Jackson Telegraph to spike any rumors

umber, Corporal Rhoden this young American soldier I Wtlllston girls jumpedInto Hazen was .the big man for BradI,I and 62. Mr. Smith, whose firm I Is recog- ville. about guardsmen being eligible

year.early 1st quarter 16.10 ford, getting 20- points, while Lew.i Applicants should file form 5000- nized a* the world' largest producer Charles Lynwood Barnes (colored for the draft and any other minors

an Bradford forwards I' Is, center for Alachua scored 18 ,, with the U. 8. Civil Service and packers of pop corn. ) Starke, and Samuel David I pertaining to local Guard mobiliza-

Iy> C.T earn To Spring Train Hereregular score started, hitting but the basket accurately points. I'1 Commissioner Washington 23: D. said their decision was based on Williams (colored) Ocala. I tion.Starke

and pulled up within easy Tom McClane led the Jr. Highboy ,,C. Additional Information and 33: year. of experience In natIonwIde has claimed another rec-

striking distance at halftime only against Lake Butler's >,application form may be obtained advertising."Throughout 19 Unemployed ord. According to Capt. H. B. In-

> meeting of the- behind 2 points 31-29 It was nip team, getting 12 points, and followed HI['from Mrs. S. L. Peek. Civil Ser the year we have gram the National Guard Bureau

b held here Wednesday Red Cross Officers: and tuck the rest of the game by Sidney Jackson with 11. vice secretary at the Starke post found that year in and year out Receive PaymenU cited a guardsman for finishing

I was announced that the Against Ft. McCoy Paul Rivers off ice. correspondence course leading to
Are Installed Helen Barry sank a. free shot for the local newspaper gives the advertiser In Bradford CountyAn
commission second lieuten-
a
N. C. baseball club will 3 Bradford girls fouled out had 13 points to hi. eredlt. a 1\3

|Stark for spring training Monday NightJohn and victory.2 for Wllllston. Patsy Eaves Loral fans can see the boys 1 Humphreys Wins real value for his money. Increase of $36,679 was recorded ant In only four months. The locals

on. This project i Is being Torode Installed a. played a superb game, especially and girls In action here Friday!I From San MarcoWith This Is Important not only to the In Unemployment Compensation proudly point to Corporal MackS.
was
A. Futch who finished the same
1 by the Lions Club. Bradford County the last: quarter after the 2 other night against Melrose and again advertiser." he said "but also to payments made to Idl.
Chairman of the I In two months and one
Club members enjoyed Chapter of the American Red regular guards fouled out. by Tuesday night when Callahan's Hank ,Cornell, "Yogi" the people who buy his products.For worker In Florida. during the week.course

and rice'supper preparedley Cross In the County organizational knocking down passes and bottling boys and girls engage the locals. Frick and George Heatherly dump- when advertising I Is widely week ending Jan. 12, bringing the

John. Cart John. H. meeting held In the Stark. Methodist up Willlston's tall forwardwho I After the Callahan gamen. the boys]I InK In 38 points between them used It actually helps lower prices. total to (137.466 according to

ht and Bill Kronenbergerti educational building Monday was a menace to Bradford all and girl start on their road i, for the horn team, and the usual i Effective advertising. creates Florida Industrial Commission re I U. S. Population

ti meetng wa* held at the evening. January 22. Other officers the game Barry led the Bradford J games counting 6. and next Friday .1 fine floor game by "Bug" Begue, ; volume sales, and volume sales ports. The previous week. pay- Totals 153,000,000The

3en Wednesday night of Installed were S. E. Simmons. let scorers with 22 points, followed by nIght take the road to Lake the Humphreys Gold, basketballteam make It possible to produce good merits had totaled $100,787.The I

Strickland with 19 and Butler. With the season half over earned another victory Wednesday basis at Slower number of recipients rose
lek with John N. Martin, vice chairman; Rev. B. E. Simmons Phyllis on a mass production population of the United
'chairman. Charles Hesa, 2nd vice chairman; Mr. Mary Frances Hazen with 18, the Varsity boys record" stands af night. Jan. 17, defeating: manufacturing cost. 'also during the period from 6.813to States has Increased nearly 2000.

I treas Irene Phillips. tho of Wllllston led 6 win, 4 tosses. The girls have San Marco Motors of Jacksonville 8,683, .the report stated. This
governor and !Jo. G. Whit- tary; Miss Lillian Stump 000 *nce last April and now totals
15 of fared much better tho, gaining 4 35-40. was an Increase during the week
chairman all scorers with 32 points.
airman of the board of In- urer. W. B. Se-vell, acting : Festival of Music about 133.000.000 statisticians of
Peterson,I victories and only losing 2thoseto Jack I of 1838. More than half of these
Nona] Directors. among th of the board served as the these field goals. Nancy McQueen and Vulvyhouse : the Metropolitan Life Insurance
s being present. Installing officer.: a 10th grader was second with 19 Lake Butler and St. Augustine.The with 12 and 8 points, led the visItors At Baptist ChurchA recipients were In Hlllsborougli Company have announced.

Alachua Mary Frances record standsat In scoring. I County. The next Against Jr. High boys
announced the During all of 1950 the Btat.LIU.elans
Chairman Torode with' 18 points The record now stand. at 5 festival of music will be presented 'was reporeted for Dade County. I
ty Collector Hazen was tops 2 wln- losses-yet, these" 51 birth.
appointment of O. L. Llnsln as the the combined choirs of there said, the excess over
Hum- by Bradford County
while Strickland was bucketing losses were to "B" teams rather victories and 2 defeats for : Here in
Committee deaths. Including losses In the
Here Feb. chairman, of the Disaster and St. the First Baptist Church tonllrhtFrld.y who were pay! J
e 1,2 'I J field goals for 16 points and than Jr. HI team*-Bradford Hidoesn't phreys Green Cove Navy were 19 recipients '
forces nearly
armed
co- overseas was
R.
J. of
with Kelly
stopped ( ) at 7:30.: The week $" 18 In Unemployment
'telen Barry was netting 15 points. have a "B" team and Auugustlne YMCA having a total of
Deputy collector of Internal chairman. Mr. Llnsln Is at work on of music appreciation and of I 2,230,000.
started off nip and tuck his the local squad by 22 and 5 points study Compensation. State total payments
The Coach Ingram and young ,
be will organization of the Disaster game the direction Th.y said the total increase In
be at the courthouserke the for the I I respectively.Next choir organization under and recipients are expectedto
take long
taken
didn't
: it have courageously
for the County and detailed out charge population In the past 10 :year
on Thursday and Friday Committee of Frank Elfert of Columbus the next weekor
ahead and scheduled is Thurs decline during
Bradford to pull scheduled "B" game
girls the I
|. 2. from 1 0 a. m. to 5 p. m. plans and Information will vere never headed afterwards. over ---- games.Mr. ,'day night Jan. 23, at 8:13: In the ,Ga. will come to a close with this so. I! was a little more than 20,000.000.
of tax- be released within a short time. The highest for any 10-year period
purpose assisting found trouble and Mrs. R. L. McDowell Btarke armory with Tip-Top ,presentation.An
in filing their 1950 returnS' The annual Red Cross Fund The varsity boys and spirited i and Mr. and Mrs., ,J. P. McDowelland I[House Jacksonville ) furnishing Invitation Is extended to all Mrs. S. T. Dell returned to her in the Nation's history. More tnaa

| Is no charge for this service Campaign will begin on March J oo, with a five.scrappy Bradford boys;I son, Larry, of Jacksonville:' the opposition. Admission Is free I who enjoy and appreciate choir I home in Gainesville, Monday after 11,000.000) of this Increase occured

person whose total In- under the leadership of Doyle E. Williston fast and at halftime were birthday dinner guests of!land the public Is welcome to attend I music. Mrs. Mona Canova will be spending three weeks with her during the last five years, they
ptarted
off
jln 1950 ,was $600 or more, Conner, Fund Campaign Chair were leading 2720. During the :3rd John Uglow on Wednesday. all Humphrey games. the accompanist at the organ. ulster, Mr.. J M. Brownlee. eald.1 .

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TWO .. ...... .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE, FLORIDA_ FRIDAY. UN"... J 4
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and Mrs. Lee Green of Gainesvillethis Collins and family of Barwick!|IR.I A. Griff during: the weekend.Mr at the Methodist Church next 1 Come and help sing --
Bradford TelegraphESTABLISHED I week. Georgia, all of whom were called, and Mrs. D. B. Harley were Sunday afternoon from three to,I iar Hymns ami the or
County BROOKERBy learn
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Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Connely of here because of Edward's Injury business visitors in Jacksonvlll four o'clock. Every one Is Invited.II I I.AI II I Songs. aII
Iva MM Lewis 'Ocala visited relatives and attended have returned to their respective last Saturday.Mr. I ,1
1870 E. l L.. MATTHEWS. OWNlK-rDITOK the Funeral of Alene Kelly homes. and Mrs. Jesse Donaldsonand -

Adams Monday.Mr. J. M. Moore of Atlanta Is visiting Mis Eva Donaldson of Qalnesville Eteru.Brand, of
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Coleman of and Mrs. Cliff Kelly of his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. were dinner guests of Mr. ....
l"ubUshf'd Every Friday; and Entered a* Second Gainesville visited relatives here Wildwood! visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Edwards.Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Jones last Sunday. INSURANCEH.
Office at Starke, Fla. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Jones and ,
Clam Matter at the Post S. Kelly this week. Evelyn Saaaer spent the
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shaw were daughters Dorothy and Nancy of
weekend Jacksonville./ -- -------------------
I' Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey
In Gainesville business
on Friday. Jacksonville were Sunday guesUof
MEMBER 1951 Mrs. Doris Kelly and children were in Gainesville shopping. Fri Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McSwaln.Mr. Pr.
were In Gainesville shopping day.Mr. Daytona Beach spent the weekend and Mrs Preston Green and
LM For Six Months with relatives here. C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE
Subscription 93.50 Annually $ Thursday and Mrs. Harold Dukes of Mrs. F. C. Richards of Lake city lal
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Lake Butler visited :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Darley U a business visit were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
children of Starke visited relatives E. W. Hodges Sunday.Mrs. or to New Jersey this week. Wall last Sunday.S. PHONE 146

THINGS. TO REMEMBERIn : : here Thursday M. M. Gano and Infant Mrs. Pauline Redgrave and D. Harley of Galnesvlle Is
these days when American history seems to be stressed Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker and daughter of St. Augustine Is daughter Sheri and Mrs. Petersof spending some time here with his Constant Service Over 50 Years _

less than foreign political doctrines in many quarters of our children were In Starke on business spending a few days with Mr. and Jacksonville: were guests of mother Mrs. A. H. Harley while thll
is time to take stock of men who helped make Friday. Mrs. R. F Oano. Mrs. Re land it a good
Mrs. Lottie Edwards has been' Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Sikes of and Mrs. O. J. Anders last Sunday.
and who principle above politics.For Wayne and Larry Mixon of
this nation great put spending a few days with herparents Alarhua visited her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells anddaughter
a moment, think about Benjamin Franklin who was Mr. and Mrs. Tobb Nor- and Mrs. Rufus Hodges Sunday. Nina of Croveland were Jacksonville spent the weekend Rom where I sit. Joe --"lj--{
here with their Mr. .. tiny
grandparents
born January 17, 1706.A man of Hellbournn Springs. Mr. Mrs. Howard Walt was In weekend guests of Mrs. Effie *
brief summary of as versatile an individual is impossible. Norman has been very ill. He is Gainesville shopping Friday. Miner. Mr. and Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Will Edwards. 4'!;
He was a fearless printer and publisher. His services to much better now. Mrs Rosa Plnholster, Mrs. Nora Miner and small son of Jacksonville L. Prescott and son Vaughn and -? led
America in England and France rank him as one of the heroesof Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shaw were Sapp and Lubedla Plnholster were *were also dinner guests of Mrs. Alice Austin of Highlandwere .
the American War of Independence and as the greatest of visitors Maretto Sunday. In Gainesville on business Monday Mrs. Miner on Sunday. dinner guests of Mrs. Hattie : Right Under Our Nose!|
Almost the only American scientist of Rev and Mrs. Fred Green, Mr. Mr and Mrs. Clifford Crown Recent visitors of Mrs. T. J. Darley last Sunday.
American diplomats.
well varied abili- and Mrs. James McCormick andMrs. and children Mrs. Paul Co/vart, Terry ,were her slaters! Mrs. J. C. Mrs. S. F. Stephens and son of 1 i11
his day, he displayed remarkably deep as as Beagle Brannen, visited their Mrs. Katie Lee Smith of Gainesville Shelton of Jacksonvlle and Mrs. Live Oak were recent visitors of -
ties in science and deserved!' the honors enthusiastically given parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. M visited Mr. and Mrs.. M. M. C. Strickland and her husband of n<,v. and Mrs J. D. Robinson. Mrs. Sometime' back, we got word From where I sit, we 1
with kite I from the Governor, asking if we firemen had Just been
His the ,
him by the savants of Europe. experiment Lawhon Sunday. Gano Wednesday Gainesville:and Mrs. Willie Pickett Stephens Is! Mrs. Robinson's mother. b
proving lighting an electrical phenomenon was performed in Mr. and Mrs. G. W Rabon and of Ormond. wanted to use the State Fire Inspection busy keeping tvtryont 'OII"
Russell Green in Lake
1752. But little could Franklin realize how electricity would business Saturday was morning.Mr. Cityon children visited Mrs. A. L. Newton Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thorns The W. M. U. of the Baptist they' send Team-a around group of experts) ball-and not realizing ,
IJi be develoned to become the greatest force on earth. and Mrs. B. G. Miller of and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Westohall and son of Jacksonville were the held Its regular social meeting at to communities firehouse was not up
to
Inspect public buildings. Like
the
Yesit Is high time we rededicate ourselves to recognizing Jacksonville visited her mother of Ocala last weekend. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred the home of Mrs. H. B. Arwood on man who worm 1
Mr. andMrs. W. Brown and Moore last weekend.Mr. We sent a letter saying: "Okay 1 much about hU !
last afternoon.Rev.
offersIn Mrs. Lottie Edwards Sunday. Tuesday
Americans and the blessings our own country
great daughter, Mrs. H. P. Beckham of and Mrs. James Tampa of and Mrs. J. D. Robinson Give us the once-overl"They came whether they work hard nj11:
free speech, free free religion, free opportunity and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ardy and
press Hawthone down about whether
visited Mr. and Mrs. M. Atlanta were visiting her grand- Mrs. H. B. Arwood Mrs. J. M all right-lost week. they can rtMLw:
the right to own property. daughters Janet and Jayne of M. Gano and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. mother Mrs. E. Grlffls and Mr. Browning attended the W. M. U. After the inspection,we got their :ford their new ear,about tk *''
Starke
.were supper guests of her Gano Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Grlffls last Satur. Came joying a temperate glass of l5.:: :,.
Brooker out well
i WHERE SHALL WE SHIP THE RE1IAINS'lSometimes parents, :Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry valley at Baptist Church report. pretty; all
and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. Allen that he forgets to take
day. last week. told. Town Hall and the School a god+1
a touch of humor will bring home a serious Saturday. and evening.Mr. Mrs. S. M. Mott visited Lewis, J. P. Baxter, Iva Mae Mra.! Buster Bennett, Mrs. Hat- Visitors of Dr. and Mrs. W T. were O.K. Post Office last needed lest look at himself! now ini-\!\
Lewis, Edward and Jean Endicott tie Darley and Miss Slnla Fresco .
Walters last
truth.That Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Waters of Tuesday were Mr. more sandbuckets. In fact, every
is true of a hotel sign in Salisbury, Maryland, Dundee last weekend.Mr. visited friends and relatives of tt attended church in Highland and Mrs. Alva C. Richards and thing got a clean bill of health, except ;-' j
which says, "If you must smoke in bed while here, please noti- and Mrs. G. W. Davis anc'' Jacksonville Sunday. Johnny last Sunday daughter Carol of Winchester -the Fire Station
fy the office so we will know where to ship your remains. children visited Mr. and Mrs. Mack I Lewis. M.Is still Gano in of serious condition.M. Mrs. Pearl Heln and Miss Linda I Virginia. Mr. Richards is Mrs.
St.
Business is good here, but we do,not have guests to burn." Howard of Starke Sunday after- Augustine Carradlne of Tampa were visitingMrs. Walters brother
spent last weekend here with his E. Grlffls and Mr. and Mrs. There will be community singing Copyright/ ,1951,Untied Stattl Bremen fi
Commenting on this, the Dillon, South Carolina, Herald, noon.Mr. wife and infant daughter and his
"When is to in bed and Mrs. R. E. Hazen atended Mr. and \
observes, a guest tempted light a cigarette parents, Mrs. R. F. Gano.
he should think of the Atlanta Hotel holocaust two years ago the Stock Sale"in Ocal'i I Mrs. E..T, Lewis Mrs. Wilson
when more than a hundred guests were burned to death." Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Green; Misses Iva Mae Lewis and
R. E. Hazen was In Gaines u e
It is an ironical fact that smoking in bed is a major cause vllle shopping Thursday morning ville Lubedla shopping Plnholster Thursday.LAWTEY were.In Gaines. '

of death by fire-to say nothing of the great property loss Mr. and Mrs. Elton Taylor anc LO
that also results from it-and that it is also one of the least children of Worthington Spring' ETT
excusable and unintelligent things we can do. The smoker visited tier mother, Mrs. Bannli\

dozes off, the lighted cigarette drops onto flammable sheets Mott Sunday afternoon. .
Rev. and Mrs. Earl Willis, Mrs
and blankets-and the next step is the morgue.
,James W. Thomas, Mrs. Erne L. II. Flitch
Many of the most destructive fires stem from such sim- Edwards, Mrs.
ple causes. A minimum of thought will prevent them, and a Misses Iva Mae Lewis Eugene and Lubedlr Crosby Friends of Edward Massey, who STARKE, FLORIDA Prices Good Through SaL Jan. 27th

minimum of care will banish the danger. The main goal of lnholster attended the Quarterl!; has been confined to the hospitalIn a
fire prevention lies in public education-for it is the human Rally of the Woman's Mlsslonar; Gainesville, will be Interested to ".1
I. factor that keeps our fire waste at such terrible levels. Union of New River Assoctatlor know that upon recommendationof elt
at First Baptist Cnurch In Starke the doctors there he has been Aluminum
1 THEN COME THE WOMEN AND Friday. transferred to the Riverside Hospital Cookware Expires Feb. 24th. ggSS
AGED THE HALT AND LAME Mrs. Leland Waters of Alachur In Jacksonville where he II!
The Defense Departraent's Bequest for permission to draft America's visited Mrs. T. W. Markey Tues now being treated by Dr. Williams -
18-year-olds warrants close scrutiny I In. the light of the flood of pro day.We who specialized In the treatmentof I '
tests arriving in Washington from angry parents who dislike the idea are very sorry of the dead cheat wounds during the last ARMOURS FANCY BLUE ROSEDICE 1
of their sons going Into the Armed Forces at such a tender age. of Mrs Alene (Kelly) Adam war while he was stationed In
This drastic move, according to personnel expert at the Pentagon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. C. 8 England, and at this writing Edward -
is occasioned by the military manpower goal which. has been set at Kelly, Wednesday, January 17th Is continuing to Imprpye.
We extend our deepest sympathy: Mrs. L. B. Hogue Edward's .
grandmother :
more than three and a half million by early Summer. Either the draft 1F.
to the bereaved family. and Mr and Mrs. John MhILK .
age limit must be lowered from 19. It U said, or veterans and fathersmust '
Russell Green was In Homesteat Hogue and family of Bonita
be called Either mother. must give their for service
up. up sons business .
on Monday.Mrs. Springs; Mr. and Mrs. W. L
in Uncle Sam' Armed Forces, or wive. and children must see their Rosa Plnholster visited Mr Maaaey and Mr and Mrs. E. M.
husbands and fathers march away to training camp ..
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Which It is no shall feeble It urge be? that prompts the mother to register a complaint Important News for LB. '

against her 18-year-old son having a gun stuck In his hands. Her ,3 29d1 3 29c

protest Is dictated by that strongest of all human emotions-mother Growers and Stockmen CANS BAG'Psf
love, the same type of affection that makes any maternal parent,
human or animal hover over her brood. II

But these are day. that demand more Spartan qualities In American _
mothers.. The United States is at war: the security of every fire-
aide in America Is threatened by the menace of Soviet aggression. ii dli : COCA ARMOUR'S
The who do the successful In RINSO
people can most job protecting the Amer I COLA--19C
lean home are the youths In the 18-year-old bracket. At that age i
they are more adaptable, they have more physical stamina they'are TREET
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It gets right down to the cold bard fact of whether America wants to -

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I the situation now presents Itself the drafting of 18-year-olds He is a local man, living in your community. H. t

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JANUARY 86. IDSi BRADFORD COUNTY TELFGRXPII. STARKE.' FLUUIOA. PACE THREE
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mj SEZ i Raymond Starnes, Mr. and Mrs Juniors had to come Into the North Carolina; plaintiff ......k. divorce.. at Stark! Florida, this Portraber19th. Bv Haven. Crosby Deputy: Clerk
I 1 You are required to appear on I County Telegraph. hall piihllnh seal! lean>, Martin J. pearl, 312 Consolidated l
H. H. Donna, Mr. end Mm. Ernest kitchen with the Beginners. There January. Undo tae!, In the. above. Older In next four weekly .. ( t. 9 .\. I HUlv, Jacksonville, Florida _,
MPTONMM. Keystone Heights named Court ana wherein \VltnvNH hand sod official An Clerk of iidtl. Court for Pit. .
!! Trle t, Maj. and Mrs. Walters I IAnderwsen. was really not room enough for cause my Attyi 12122) 4t 1112 I 'J

M. C. Sweeney S. P. Cox K. Sargentand I both so you see we. could not do "
Mr and Mrs. S. E. McKay. I very good work. 'Lately we have
The ,Keystone Heights Baptistand Two rental units are being erected converted an upstairs bedroom In
I of Mr and Mr. Hal Cof Community Churches held twe: by H. E. Kaufman and the Geneva I a classroom, complete with tables ,
Austin Minn., will be Beach Apartments are being to work on, a nice table lamp, rt II
e j to hear of the birth of joint prayer services recently to thoroughly renovated by Com. J. good chairs etc. Now the Juniorsare .
lighter Lindsay Maureen ask Divine guidance for our coun- D. Patterson. not disturbed by the other t POOR OLD

(day January 20. Mrs.iwill try's leaders and protection for Other visitors here for the Winter classes: and do no distucb them. .
be remembered as our troops during the current are Mr and Mrs. Dan Reamer Of course it took-a lot of Work
for Marlon Clare national emergency. The first of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Murphy and J. and planning to turn an upstairs RICH OLD !
1 of Mrs. Stella JOhns'1 the two services was held at the A. Curley. bedroom Into an Interesting class- : MIDASL//
ampton. Baptist!; Church with Dr. J. Ralph room: but It Is worth It. If you :
t Hall of Savannah, Neale of the Community Church are Interested, just come out and .
[spending: the past month presiding, and the second was held we can show you how we managed i. = ( King Midas could turn a stone to gold.. .
Jiother. Mrs. Debbie Hail at the Community Church with LONG BRANCH : It. ;

i. H. Douglas, of Alachua Rev. Alfred Ingleman presiding Mr, Strickland has purchased an "' But couldn't keep an ice box cold. 9;
Tuest last week of her als- Both Dr. Neale and Rev. Ingle- My Mrs. A. I.. Strickland Acouslican hearing aid and la a 1i -1 '

|T C. Chastain. was On last man spoke convincingly of the really surprised and pleased that ;,' \i-, y f ; I O His feasts half raw, his candles dim. ,' '
I, Mrs. Chastain a gained through The .
power prayer. Much Interest he can hear with his left ear a
has been shownIn
i ii
conditioned for him
to Tallahassee No sleep .. j
visitor splendid choirs of each of the two { {
the Revival that has been In again. .the first time In about 33 ,
Jiber' of members of the churches In leading the singing progress at the Maxvllle Church years, He says he will not go ".'' i t ,' Yes, he was rich as rich could be, .<;
Society ?
men! Missionary services on alternate evenings of- for without this aid whenIn .
the past two weeks. Rev. Roy anymore j i
1 the Assoctatlonal Rally fered programs of old familiar and Austin of Hickory Grove Baptist church services for he did miss. Yet poor coni pared to you and me. r
J Jro
Friday well-loved
The services
on hyms Church Is the evangelist, and the to much before
,Ke group of Hampton were impressive In their simplicityand ,
f meetings will probably continue I Ruben Mosley really likes :
fler the leadership of Rev. led to a degree of Christian I -
, '/ay. enjoyed an over-night unity which Is unsurpassed in com- another week. i fried chicken. He has bought about ,
trip to Crystal Lake Frl- munity history. The International On Sunday, Jan. 28. at 2:30: p. m. 50 fryers from us In the last few !
; Invite all, those IN EVERY
we
especially lUXURIES
Service Committee of the local! months. We like to raise chickensand 1NE HOAfE
using tobacco and those opposinguse i
Rathel Buy TODAYIkESTFRDAYrS
d Mrs. Harvey Rotary club assisted in the arrangements Ruben and others like to eat ,
Jean of same, to attend the Padget-
Vickie COULDN
11 daughter Both services'! were them. We never have an over _..'
, moved here from vllle Baptist Church. ,Rev. J. L. fORtuNES
.gently attended by overflow crowds supply and never have trouble
Strickland to lecture }
wishes on
.lA1p. They are originally from many of whom have expressed a selling our eggs either. FBULOUS ::
this subject, proving all points by
P desire for continuance of the com- tU-
C: Mrs. Dale Snyder and bined services. the Scriptures. !. rirraU Core, .....,..... Co..'r, ,
prayer Klerldai. Ckaeeery.Hatt 'For,what it does..and what. it cotu... VIsItors!
Sharon and Laurelke We were reading In the "Sunday
Rhters. New homes have recently been !. 3. HuntlePI..lntlff.. v.. -
Butler were visitors completed In Keystone Heights for School Builder" how different I I Weldon M. Huntley.;\c.Defendant..:... No. 117Order Sunshine. Service,li (hetil bi"", 0 I

Mrs. Gertrude Burch Mr. and Mrs Sunday School classes master the Of PvkllcatlM A.. Neltre T* .your "J Pef1 We h orne folk s know Florida's the I
J. B. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Don Rl- problem of Inadequate room for ,I Appear Weldon STATHJ M. Hunlley day.TE daught, Mr. and Mrs Paul Tyre. their classes. Well, we have been ia ft yir.t Street; .Ulltmore. bar none! H w's about giving a I
FARM The new home of Col. and Mrs doing some of the same kind of for I''
thought to moving here good!
John MscDowall and Mr. and work here at the Mission Station. GIVESFAST
|Mrs Bryan Whltfleld Mrs E. Altman are expected to be Our Junior Class of boys and one tea.. 1iM4
ready'for occupancy early In Feb- girl la the one that always has to III Your (Icctiic S ""nt
'
Noah Young has moved ruary. Others under construction find room wherever It can. In nice RELBEPwh ( FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY I
nvllle where she will with probable completion dates in weather this class goes out under
r home with her son and March or April are those of Mr the. trees, on the porch, or else- .n COLD i
r-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Louis Olsen, Mr. and Mrs where. In real bad weather the MISIKJU STftlKI i iJ
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Young.
,nd M.... R. M. Markham '
day visitors of Mr. and U'"
>. Scott In Gainesville .. II
ute from Rhode Island to y Y. :.. .
diets' new base In Callfor-
Ind Mrs L. M. Francis and '.1'1
Hughters. Merrill Ann and ,
f Jane, visited Mr. and Mrs s9; .
ewe for a week leaving
eat t last Friday.. Mr. andn !
Crews and their son. r'i I 'i I 4s
Monticello also visited 'j'
Mrs. Crews during the ) I

|d they were joined on .
ccaslons by Mrs. Calvin I II
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and her daughters/ San- I I
J Sherrle, and Mr and MrsCrews Q I II Ir I
| of Starke. .
Bid Mrs!. Albert Yarborough/
Jir children of Gainesville
Tic past weekend with Mr.
j". E. J, Ya Thorough./
rev Dr. and Mrs- J. C. -
i>f Jacksonville were guestsnd +

Mrs D. L. Nix.P. '.#, 4iik' I
D
Fancier went to
asgre. Friday to' visit Mr and 6 '
F. Floyd and when enroute
iiinday was the luncheon '
>f Mr. and Mr>. Fred J. AND GET THE BESTS'/ -

|In Perry. ,. .. .. ..
iterest to friends Is the fact a..ra..ras

Has Cecile McRae of Mcln- / s, s vi'k
>as among the recent Inlt-

f Garnet Key, campus lead- "

,1 honorary'University.society Tallahassee.'S at Florida. our OF YOUR CAR v g

Times-Union of Jack- ,
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pictured the ten women
\\t who were recognized by
Key as outstanding In their i
"tlons of leadership service I
"It to the University. Miss I

will be remembered as a
It visitor of her grandpar-
tr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler '
.aII.l..1! :,.
ey resided here.y -
dinner guests of Mr. and
O. Stringfellow were Mrs. .
Manaisa and her children
George, Jr> and( Christine

and in Cove Mrs.Springs R. W. Brannen That's right! If you want your car always at its be spotless and neat-they couldn't be cleanei?

i their guests during the tip-top best-then Go Gulf! And say, do.you know about Gulf's marvelous

id Mr. and Mrs Zell Dukes There are many other advantages,too. First there road map? Its the most complete map of Florida I

innen ksonvtlle: of ,Lake Mr. City and Mrs.and Fel-W. are those friendly Gulf dealers who are always so you can find. Drive in and get one-and really get i s $' I

jrannen of Lake Butler pleased to serve you. They're efficient, fast and to know your state. S $ r o

,and Mrs. Reese Bradley and courteous. And just look at this line-up of superior Gulf t f '
,ions, Clinton and Jack, of
Jnvllle were Sunday supper Also, you can always count on Gulf dealers' rest Products. They'll take care of your car in every T

of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brad- rooms, in your town and wherever you stop to department! I

Jay visitors of'Mr. and Mrs.

|Eagle/ were Mr. and Mrs, II k
Edwards. and their daugh-
Ivlan Helen and Brenda
Miss Ruth Perkins and Ro-
dward,. all of Jacksonville. ;l

| Club Meeting _:'_ -.. -0-
I DeWItt Sinclair entertain- 5
I State Farm Bridge Club at I
(me Thursday afternoon of
kek. Colorful blossoms. en-
| the charm of the living
'here the two tables were
Before the tames were
|Mrs. Sinclair served a dear -
e to her: guests When
frere added attractive prizes
yarded as follows: for high
i Mrs C. M. Turney, for sec-

Ji to Mrs L. F. Chapman Gulflex Gulf's New Power- GulfFamous
Great New Good Gulf Gasoline
bingo to Mrs. Dennis Fan- Gulfpride Oil-
the world's finest! .No-Nox Gasoline! better than ever! Lubrication! Crest Battery! Tires
d Mn J... F. Chapman had

weekend visitors Mr. and Terrific in every SteppeduplogiresmoothIn this process, special Gives you the needed i They've got everything!
power
>bert S. Chapman and Judge Culfprid&j.the nfy motor Gives peak performance er performance, this reg Gulflex lubricants are used punch for fast, surefireatarta Traction, safety factors: ,
rs.i Frank A. Smith of Or- oil that is Alchlorprocdwp? -to reduce atthirtynine the reoodles of mileage Y8lufinin.step.lt
in today's powerful ular-price gasoline gives car: wear plus mighty )
And noon as additional dinnerat andY e aed.This is makes an extra Calfnew re- encinea-and gives quick-starting: steady, vital points of serve for light, radio, and you can't beat I \.
Sunday Mr.
H. Smith and Dan and pride txtra pure and extra new pep and vigor in many even power for pick-up and engine,chassis: and body I acce..ories.Top.forvalue: ,
the for dependability,and long
mlth of University of Flor- efficient I older cars, tool on straightaway. life I

Inesvllle. .
!"y Mr. and Mrs. A. I.
were hosts at dinner enter-
Mr and Mrs P. E. Faulk- -
r. and Mrs Bernard Hurst
rs. C. C. Mllllgan. all of
vine: Rev. and Mrs. WardId
of Trenton and Mr. andoe I


;V.Farm A.Holmes Knight residents of Starke.who are "&11'moved. and YOUR GULF DEALER HAS WHATS GOOD FOR YOUR CAR

their I Lake Butler home Into ,
.
'yson house. During the GULF OIL CORPORATIONI
eek they had as visitors Mr.
rs. J. L. Johnson and their
'endell, of Jacksonville and
tgnes Jones and Mrs. 3, E. .
DIck of Macclenny.



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I Sparks, and social chairman, Mrs. March ". 14, 15. e ,.
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New River WMU Maxie Carter. and attendance ur '
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Box I ; .1
Barnyard Supper
Rotarians Enjoy
Has Quarterly RallyThe The afternoon sessions wag' Nine ('hurehe'If' r
t opened with the singing of "Sweet were recognized p,
.1 i 1 Bales of hay and other.. barnyard New River Association of Hour of Prayer" followed by pray pastors Session ,
: : i trappings decorated the American Woman'.s Missionary Union met er. Mrs Tenly Introduced the prayer.

; Legion home last Friday I for their Quarterly Rally January Rev. L. D. Halnes, to bring devo- --.
night when members. of the Starke 19 at 10 o'cl&rk with the First tional on prayer Rev. Haines

Rota.y Club and their Rotary ''I I Baptist Church of Starke. stressed the points. of why it is a Miss Marcia K,
Anna enjoyed a box supper and I The president, Mrs. Edmond "sin not to pray.A man at the Univettilt I
Office I square danceHighlight w iTcnly called<: the meeting to order short business. aeunlon was Boulder Colo. hat P I
.
} I'bouo 29 I of the livening was t)", with the singing of the 'W. :M! U. held with repr.rt of various committees Phi social sorority ,
of decorated !Hymn "Jesus Calls Us" followed .
off the gaily
A 'A F H auctioning and otber matters of business daughter of Chief 11.1; : .
--- I boxes which brought splrlti'd" Iby prayer. attended to The State W. Keleher of Starke arm u. f

Miss Dorothy Wynn i Miss Marilyn CrosbyTo bidding under the gavel of auctioneer w 0 3ir Mrs J D. Robinson, of Lawtey M. U. Convention at Panama City, of BHS. qt
devotional
Wed MT. Roberts Hans Walker, who worked brought the- morning Us
To Wed Mr. Adkins hard to get "that last quarter" on from Psalms upon the theme of a MM

On February 8 each and every offering. The Club's revival and the Christians preparations -
The DRAPERY SHOP
treasury was. enriched by almost for it.
Mr. end Mrs. Irvin James Wynn $90 aa a result of this feature.A i The Rev. R. L. Franklin for-
of Gainesville announce the engagement novel program of entertain- mer missionary. in Alabama and 110 N. WALNUT BROWN RLDO.UPHOLSTERY .
',\ of their daughter, Miss I ment was engineered by T KIcClane Tennessee. brought ait address on
Dorothy Lorena Wynn, to Andrew )\ Jr. and W. H. Graham, '"Soul Winning" at 10:30: a. m. At
Zenaa Adklna. Jr. lion of Judge'I the most hilarious stunt being a II:13 the congregation stood to
and Mra A. Z. Adklna. contest In which five Rotary Anns sing "Lord Send the Pentecostal SLIP COVEns O DRAPERIES any
was graduated from I tried to / the Identity of five Power." after which Mrs. Tcnly s
) Miss Wynn k guess Furniture Repaired And Refinished
Introduced Miss. .
, Gainesville High School tn 1944 i Rotarians who sat behind a screen Josephine Jones,
.__ .._ __ State W M. U. Executive
u. -- Secre-
and received a bachelor of science Y with nothing, showing .except Estimates Without Obligation
In social work fromFlorida from the knees. down. This great tary, for the morning address.At .
degree EN.HHI.NO TIME OUT from a breath-taking Virginia Reel (left to
In 1918 of detective work won by I 12 noon lunch was served by and
State University feat was Pick-up Delivery
.Jr
right) .\1 Ku, C'urllKle. :Mr Carlisle, !Mr. 'r. K. McClanv, and l I
the Starke W M. U
\ She was a member of the Tarpon Mrs. Guy Andrews, who guessed under the direction
Club. Miss Wynn Is one of the all five correctly.The \\, II. Oraliiun. of the president, Mrs.. S. E'I

secretaries In the office of the r hog-calling contest was won ....
\ dean of the Law College at the )m v, by C. If. Quick for the men and

t University of Florida.Mr. i Y Mrs A Y. Covington for the Ilo- ....
Adkins finished at Bradford wn 8R tary Anne The latter was. fazed ..-. Be Sure of Big Savings!
County High School In 1939 and I not a bit when she was presentedwith "
i I", earned hla bachelor of arts in + a squealing baby pig as her
political science In 1943 from the + award In this contest' of skill.

<::Itadel. He attended Infantry Music early In the evening was "
t School at Fort Benning Ga. and furnished by Mrs. Clifton Brown,I g/ll;
was commissioned a second lieu Carl Roberts and Lawrence Gib- G i tS 4&cA
tenant in Nov. 1943 later serving son. Fletcher Burnett led in the I
three years with the Infantry In Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Crosby group singing of old, familiar!
ETO+ of Brooker announce the engage. favorites.
:Mr. Adkins received his law de- ment of their daughter, Marilyn Final feature of the evening --
gree In 1948 from the Universityof Joy to Corp. Eugene Roberts, U. S. was a round of square dancing l
Florida and is now practicing Air Force, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. under the direction of Tom Slade.

,, In Gainesville. He la member of O. Roberts of Howey-In the-Hllls. .. and Prove to Yourself That j Asti4e. ,
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Pi Kappa Alpha,. social fraternity, Birthday PartyAt BEAMING APPROVAL at the \ "
goIng \
Fla.Miss j 1 StorevideEverydayLowPricesaSave
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1 and Delta Theta pM, legal frater- Crosby graduated from Shaller HomeMr on' are Mr. and Mrs. E. L. ,.
nity. Bradford High School in the class Matthews, In their version of barnyard j You More Than Just a fey
.. The wedding will be an event of of 1941. She attended Florida and Mrs: Robbie Shallnr ; attire* (All photon by T. II.Slade .
Feb. 8 at four in the afternoon In State University, where she waa were hosts Saturday evening at ). "Week End Specials

the First Baptist Church, Gaines a member of Alpha Omicron PI their home on Eighth Street honoring ______________
social sorority and at present Is Mrs. Shaller's son Bill Tilley. ... .i. I Price Shown here Guaranteed

ville.WCTU To MeetThe on the faculty of Bradford High who was celebrating his birthday THIS LITTLE----- -PIG- was-. awardedto -.1: Lioness' Club !""wa TAur,Jan. 25 through Wed., Jan.31

I local WCTU will meet this School. nnlversary.. Mri. A. Y. Co'lngtonI'ho Has Dinner PartyThe Customers Corner -
of .
Mr. Roberts Is a graduate Lovely bowls of paper-white
In seems well pleased with her ,
afternoon (Friday) at 3 o'clock -.
Bolles School, Jacksonville. He narcissi and potted plants were first' meeting of the Starke
I the Tabernacle. attended The Citadel, the University placed at points of Interest. Much\. prize) at winner In the hograilingcontent. Lioness Club was held at the In order to bring you better AaP'
.
T. K. MrC'lam, Jr., who PII'CB
.. of Florida and received nil! fun was had during the eveningby .toil's Den Thursday evening, food at lower cost we manufacture P Ol.lcrI
!I, B. S. degree In public administration the guests, playing games and conducted. (content looks on. admiringly January 18 with 22 members pres- many of the fine foods you SIOrew.icle; le Prices

from Florida State University. dancing. Mrs. Shaller, assisted by find in your As P. on buedred. 01 ''

IeI At present he Is a member of the her daughter-in-law' Mrs. Tilley ent.A delicious chicken dinner was .. We have still other items made few ..oneda say .N instead 01 JUt
: DJ.1g U, S. Air Force, stationed at San .served delightful buffet refresh BPW To Assist served by the officers, who were especially for us according to t f y or week-end" .'

fL-: Antonio, Texas. ments. With hostesses for the evening. Mrs our own strict standards by other r A.dverti8< STARK Setting Up
Date of the wedding and more After the party at the Shaller'a Lillian Bishop, Mrs. Gladys Hobbs, .reputable manufacturer. week.even ru.rill teed lor ODe
I: : complete plans will be announced the group proceeded to the home Exhibit At Fair Mrs. Ruby Johns,' Mrs. Margie the thoulb merket prices
FRI. SAT. JAN. 26 27 In either case,our name on '' ro
later or Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Sulllvans DowlIng and Mrs. Elizabeth Noe- .l1e/ieve tlilr up
DOUBLE FEATURE for midnight breakfast. Members of the Business. and gel. The U-shaped table was attractively label Is a guarantee of qualityand ewtomergSave Polio"e/p, oar ,

HOPPYSERVES Helping Bill celebrate the occasion Professional Woman's Club held a : centered with arrangements value. more moor;
Archie Green were Miss Margaret Lam- called meeting at the Guidon Grill of yellow pompoms Intermingled I May we suggest: that you get eWltbthecorrect ;" +tiiitem .

A WRIT Host To FriendsOn breth of Gainesville, Mrs. Melba Monday evening to receive reports with blue satin ribbons, acquainted with all these A&P ,plus all itemized pricemarked: 011 every
With William Boyd/ Staton and Mr. and Mrs. Leland from several special committees bringing out,the color motif of theclub's I products? 1 .,.'10u bow cash url.ter aliI'
BirthdayArchie Jacksonville, Broward at the last regular colors. Mrs. Ruby Johns what you
AND Atwood of appointed I Try them, and let us know are of .
Strickland, Mrs. Kay Keleher, J meet June Brownlee reportedthat was In charge of the entertainmentfor
Green was bout to a how you like them.Please write: 4apa
,. BLONDEDYNAMITE few of his friends. Thursday after- E. Denmark,Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie the Red Cross may furnish an the evening. .. +aAlPG1t1DR
home North Walnut Sullivan Mr. and Mrs!. Jimmy Instructor for the group to take a CUSTOMER RELATIONSDEPARTMENT I'
noon at his on Mrs. Buddy Bishop, president -
With Lee street. The occasion being his I Chasteen, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sew first aid, course soon. of the club, announces that future r ,/ --
I Gorcey eleventh birthday annlver ary. ell, Don Ray Tilley, Mr and MM Maryon Arnold and Margaret meetings will be held the third i ))20) P Food Stores
I PLUS CARTOON a: SERIAL The ;young folks were entertained Ralph Begue and Mr. and .Mrs Miller discussed their plans for a Thursday evening of the month Lexington Avenue APineapple

on the lawn and many out- Richard Ray of Starke. Style Show which U to be held on and all eligible members are urgedto New York 17, N. Y. \. i crushed, No. 2 30cj
Sun., Mon.,Tues. Jan 28-30 door games were enjoyed. Elissa Thursday evening. March 15 The attend. For further Informa- ....... :j -
Stefanelli won the two prizes In Miss Finnerty Weds exact time and place will be announced tion concerning membership, pro- -- "..PGHU.JPears A
Gun the contests. later. Delia Rosenberg spective members' call Mrs.
Under The RobertsIn may 10".' No.2. 37c.lap !
Refreshments of sandwiches, In- Wm. Jos. Is In charge of tickets with Annette Bishop. -

I. Sam Jaffe and J. McIntyre dividual cakes, potato chips and West Palm BeachThe Simpson In charge of poRt Flour, 25 Ibs. -",- 1.64 .
coca colas were nerved by Archie'! erf. Local dry goods stores are cooperating RichNormanMr. I GIIAU..J A
Alno" News and Short assistedby of Miss Patricia outfits' for i Fruit Cocktail No. 1 tall 25c
mother, Mrs. L. J. Green marriage I In furnishing 10"'.\ ;
Mrs. J. M. Vlchers, Miss Judy Lucille Finnerty, daughter of the the show. and Mrs. Carl 1.[. RitCh'an No. 2 14cIos.1
1 Wed., Thur. Jan 31. Feb. 1 Green and Mrs. Juanita Phillips... ate Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Fin, The group voted on two new nounce the engagement of their Peas, can Aotr (.11 'U"Jsw.wr.u:
Favors were lollypops and bubble' of West Palm Beach, and daughter Muriel and Leroy Nor
i DOUBLE FEATURE nerty members at this meeting and also Grapefruit Juice No. 2 can 16c.tap
gum. William Joseph Roberts son'of decided to donate 100 key rings man, Jr; of Starke. ,

; Messenger Twenty-eight of Archie's lIttle, Mrs. Ernest Roberts and the late Marlon Howe, Executive Secretary The ceremony will take place String, Beans, No. 2 can 13c GIt.IDE A _
::1 friends enjoyed this happy occasion Mr. Roberts of Starke, was solem-, -
i of the Chamber of Commerce', February,, 1951'at 6:00 p.m. In .
with him.Spaghetti. +. nlzed at 9 o'clock Friday morning to djstrlbute from the Bradford the First Baptist Church, Starke. WHITE! 1IOISI3 Apple Sauce, No. 2 can 15AXI <
OF PEACEWith January 19, by the Rev. Murphy the fair in Milk -
County booth at state No Invitations are being sent all tall cans 12c
John IVal Supper Ross In St Ann's Church, West Tampa. They also decided to present friends and .relatives are invited.SEE (.ll.tI>H ,V SUtLI. GIIKK'V

I" AND Palm' Beach. a piper weight with the Lima Beans, No.1. 20cAsparagus
St Edward's Recreation Club I If The candlelighted altar before compliments of the Starke club to Milk, Baby cans 6c .

BEAUTIFULBUT sponsoring. a spaghetti supper Saturday which the wedding vows were ex- the President of the Fair A !lOcl- X .,.r 61511)11 A
'! evening In the Catholic changed was decorated with baskets ation. I Ideal Dog Food 2 for 27c JOe\
No. 1
Picnic
I DUMMIES Recreation Hall from 6:30 until of white ''gladioli and native Several of the me m>era planto ,
8 o'clock. Following the ,, : Mrs. Frank Finocchio, TIIR NEW 1Q51
t ALSO NEWS: supper greenery go to Tampa Sunday and help C RDtII'9!
games will be played. The publlj p organist played a program of nuptial levy\
I -==. '- Is Invited to attend. music and the traditional wed- with assembling the oooth Middle-ton and Baby Food, 3 for 29c Peaches, No. 2 W% can 28c
I marches. Della Rosenberg. Mad;a SEA NYMPH
: dng Pat Lambe, Bobby lapel June
.I: IF Mrs. P. C. Davis sister of the Brownlee and Hanso.i McMillan Sweetheart Soap, reg. bar 9c I0'c sPork

bride, was matron of honor She plan to attend a meeting of Dis- SWIM SUITS & Beans, 16 oz. 10c
HEARING AIDAUTHORITY wore an aqua street' length frock, trict 9 of the State Federation of
white accessories amfc a corsage of Band PW Clubs in Palatka Sunday Lux Toilet Soap, Bath bar 13c 10%.,. CIIKltf: STYLE!

yellow rosebuds Corn, No. 303 I5c

i. ;. John Easterbrook waa Mr Following the business session No Rinse Surf .- 3lc
Roberts' best man. those enjoyed shrimp
present a
The bride, given In marriage by salad plate with coffee. r"P Dexo, 3 lb. can .- 90cSiiperRight"

her brother George Finnerty, wore Silverdust 32c .. .- .
I-I a white moire taffeta dress with
t fingertip lenght veil. She carried Ladies AuxiliaryMet Palmolive
Bath bar
TO HOLD CLINIC 13c !
a flowers.colonial bouquet of bridal At Davis HomeThe MEATS

I Mn. Roberts, I1IDther'of the Ladies Auxiliary of the 41tr A-Jax Cleanser 12c

}. bridegroom, wore a gray suit Presbyterian Church met at the -
home of Mrs. E. M. Davie Tuesday -
'lUnAJAN 26 27 with navy accesnorles.. Her corsage evening with Mrs. B. C. Holt- Cashmere Bouquet lOc \/KIK HH\:>I1 KLIH 5 TO S Ml. \I.
: was of red Carnations.After .
the ceremony wedding xendnrf president", presiding. B4TII 11111Cashmere Picnic Hams, lb. 4WS'
Devotions were led by Mrs. A. !
enjoyed breakfast at Audrea' .
party Bouquet 15c
t Hartmann and were followed by -
i HELTON of JACKSONVILLE is I to In Palm Beach. AI.I.GOOU min 10.: 1
proud announce
\ the program !In barge of Mrs. W.
t that they have obtained the services of Mr. John A* The bride is a graduate of St. A. Stern. Mrs. Stern read an article Octagon Bacon, Sliced, lb. 49c,|I.

Perkins, authority on Hearing Aids for a Special Two- Ana's High School. West Palm entitled "China." It was decided Soap -: 8c
Day Clinic at The Magnolia Hotel, Starke Florida, Friday Beach. Mr. Roberts attended the, by the club members to order r r It l I( *j
and Saturday, January 26, University of New Hampshire and! the study book "Near East Pano ri :Hpch:; Fillet, lb. 39 27.FRIDAY Is at present serving In the U. 3. rama" to be used as program ma- PRODUCE
Navy. terial.. The also voted fill it'i
HOURS group to D .a I. .\: I)1RDOysters
I 11:00: A.M. to 6:00: P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts are now "Pete," the piggy! bank which will BOMB! YJ 47'rAWN. '
Duet HIM enroute to California where he li, be used for the Leper Colony relief Apples 5 lb. package 53c- pints
Tbh SATURDAY HOURS stationed. Mrs, Wilbur Scott was welcomed -
:, o".alt,1 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. as a new member. Me C 011"Y'a C\'I<'K FIIOll.'Ir

I Do you h.'. to. NO APPOINTMENTS;: Religious Film M. Turney served as treasurer in I Celery, Pascal, each '- 19c Salmon Fillets, lb. .. 89
NECESSARY the absence! of Mrs. H. H. Young.
rune hall1 -
CliP behind root:: :Mr. I'frklu has Iwlpril thouruml, .* of Booked'At Park Delightful refreshments. were c.,...N. aoI1Y's C\1'ICK FIIOZF.'Ir .
Grapes
lb.
.. served by the hostess during the Emperor, 15c
food" "ullt.'. |Mf>ple to hoar again he U a wrllknwun "Messenger of Peace. staring social hoar. Cod Fillets, lb. 39
l:your chsncS to l highly trained .p lahnt. In the John
\ Beat will occupy the screen The next meeting will be held -
bar-
h.v in used your IB" fitting\ of difficult --. FIND OUT at the Florida Theatre next t February 27 at the home of Mrs. White Potatoes, 10 lb. bag 29c (''''''Ir. Jouv's C\'I'K FROZEN

byoneotthemes* .HOW YOU CAN HEAR WITHOUT Wednesday and Thursday It Is thi K. G Duncan. Flounder Fillets 69
who "IOQ.... A RECEIVER: BUTTON IV THE. story of a minister of the Gospel II Lettuce, each 48's. lOc '

th;lb d.."!SELEC-' .EARlNuoIIgatlon--JUSTCOMELYi- _. ; : who and women put the before love of everything his fellow else men I: King-Hazen NOW ON DISPLAY -

1 TOMETERtbeIostrumsel tbat. See the New It tells tho story of Armin Rlt. Mr.. and Mrs. R, 1King of AT Rutabaggas, lb. 5cTesiShop

i tell you IN ADVANCE .- ter, a young pastor who Is callec I Dunnellon announce tHe engaged F A & P Food StoreThe
"0.JOd'U AI
bear with upon to go to Norwald and ment of their daughter. Marjorie. BARKSDALEDEPARTMENT .
a church to bring religion into th to
aldL < Robert Douglas Hazen. son of
.uIDI{ OKatlr
a MON0.pAC wilderness. There he finds a tow. Mr.and Mrs. Fred Hazen of Gains : STORE Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea ,

One-Unit Hearing AidFREEValuebtE full of uneasiness and disbelief vllle. formerly of Brooker. Cmmtemim Co.frl.ht*.. fSO
Haw. he eventually accompllshei I The wedding wIll be an event of Starke, Fla.
.oil booklet or writ on DeifacM Btltoo.-Micb and!How n. H.to.ring Overcome Ceder.It J2O'to hla goal through his understandIng Feburary 23 In' the First Matho 300 East Call St.
Bide, South B.nd lad. Photo 4-390O. of human nature and his un, dist Church of Dunnellon. The Lay One Away Today! Starke Florida
yielding fortitude makes excltlnf g bride-elect has been a teacher In ,
.. nnd hetrt-appeallng: film fare. the Ocala Junior High School. :. > .' '. .'I : WIIII -- ...

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Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christmashad I Jan Dodd of Ocala has beenvisiting Mr. and Mrs W E. Thornto I District YouthConvention \ --'h 1: '':'' shall publuh' thin -,\,- 1.f: BH"l (',..nrt.lIy .
Mr. and \ I \v..?kly Isslnv". Mvitlf" T i I... i' .1, i..puiy fjlurlc
as their weekend guests Mrs. I his grandparent, visited their daughter Mrs Jack ,, .
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Set I and I nrrlrlnl Mal T Fink I.ituuumt.. "" "it. Kla.Attyx .
Christmas' parents, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. William NorrIs the past two Mclntyre and family In Auburn : / Jniiii.irv: 24 I'llL r..r IMf i 1211 41 the
E. E. Gunter and her brother andKisler.lnlaw. weeks. dale l.i.st And Friday For Church of GodA | : ) A .f I ThoimtM.
Thursday .
I i k "r sun Id I'"nrt In f Irvnlt (Court llrn...rd fount?.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G Attending the Slat Annual Conference They brought Mrs. McIntyre sad, j \ t p. Ocpiity (CMi-rK Flitrltlni In t'hnnirrrWllllnm .
Gunter and family of Jacksonvtll I '". tttarki', Kin .1 Iliimmm. Ti. ll.intirr, .
Youth Convention
ot the Women's. Auxiliaryto children Biny and Oran, home District I I ', I l'J8' 4t 2:18:1 I II v.. iMpnpntra" N. Humnii luf. nilnrit
Friends of Mrs. I. P. Shepherd with them for the weekend. b. hold at the Church of God SatI --
Itil THE NEWS the Council of Episcopal I. ('a.r !Ni> B21TOtilrr
will be happy to know that hunderwent % urday, night. January 2T at 7: I ; ;. .ndf.ir Churches held in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Jake Roberts haO I << ,. 51'tt'F! OF F1.nRIr,5< Tee
.. ... an operation in St. to Thursday were: :Mrs p.m. There will be a special program I I '."">llff., V" Irate r..ir"pntrn N Ihunntrr u h"... rrH-
Vincent's Hospital successfully and Tuesday as their Sunday dinner guests, Mr of music by various ', \ ('" S. 212 I lilnni. IN unknown., Itut' a'hise nldriHN -
\;\tIfrs. Edmond Tenly and Mrs. Ada Alexander had as her !is expected home this weekend. Herbert Thomas Mrs. R. J. Davis, and Mrs. Homer Swlndall urn: tette and I trios from the |<>nm. ,| \nll<.. 'r... ,In. Alain Pont Offl. ,. PI.K 40il: ,

(r, 'y Mdrs.' R, F. Young, were guest Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stanton, :Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent Wednesday Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, Mrs. O. L. Mrs :M. T. Swindall. ville dlstilrt.! .(. : \aF.,."),.F'I.un i.,-..101.| |art.nltnd', in' '' Hi:vTI M 'PimuUco.,\ rpriitrit| r'nllt..nl"I' h t > .,".|in'| .1 ir* ">rt I
Tenly's brother and Charles, Peggy and James In Lake Beaslcy and Mrs. Edward Bums. 1 .'"M. iri.Mnt., |1.\|.,, .. 1..I.r...i rv. 211. 1551,. In th.' nhnvnnnnvd
tnaftMrs. City visiting her Rev. Joe Woodward, l''llrl< .
Mra Derry Dyal of Graham anil' .
.1'I .. .
2Ir.\ and Rev. E. Simmons attended j' I'nurt and 't wher.In '
and Mrs. Mrs. B.
*4Wr 1 the Rev. Randolph Crosbyof brothcr-ln-law and ulster, Mr. and Mrs. T L. Casey and Mrs. Nati- State Youth Director will bo \" ,l to., "1 p|>.',''ir "ri plaintiff\ H ikH dlvnri-i., nnldfordt'ouny .
h Walters and daughter. Julia Lake City were Wednesday Mrs O V. Phillips.Autlwu the 108th annual Council of the Dyal of Starke in Jacksonville main speaker of the evening. ,. I '. .|I.. fj,., iilmw. TI>|..BI,..ph -hall pidilUli th -<
were ., .
su4y afternoon, also view'h1MI' visitors of Mr. and :Mra. Maxie Carter. CamrlluH. hose. and Diocese of Episcopal Churches of ?- 'hrrpl" o.,ili.i In next four wrokly' ,Ion.t| '.
J! Overseer .11 iv "
1: Saturday afternoon. J. T. Roberts Stale ?i ? rnilrird WI''P"N MIV hind and .nfflidi' ',':ilnr
hen Foster Memorial. Fruit Trees arriving Friday Florida in Jacksonville from Tues tho Churches of God, will also. -h 011 ,I'"hlf"h,, ( thin. unrk, flu thin ..TnnilHrIK. 1S51.!
rs. Frank Kozerlcke Mr. and Mrs Ewell Law.on and Mist r..nk. day to ThursdiiJ. Azaleas, CanicllaH, Un...'" and I | .| ,. w.4Jt, ., "I-HIIO (f1 IKKIITAL' 1o MR \b> A .I hnmftii, j
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II present.Kveryone "it ml ffl\ hl, I "tl AM "li-rk, if, .Id ff urtPv .
( '
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d Mrs. Wm. Loadholtz, family spent Sunday In Auburn- Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr.. Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch ,of Fruit Trees arriving Friilay. Is cordially Invited | _. In I mmirv' M 1 i nn' Myrtle: T riciir. "'>'?pllt' ."*1*.rlc
I sons Jacksonvlle dale visiting relatives. U. Kite and Mrs. I* D Vining wt'reIn Klngnley Lake drove to Jackson Slntrunk'K.. attend.. ( ; A I 'l'Io"'H.I 120 4f ?ll* I

'' guests Sunday of Mr*. Friends of Miss Haven Crosby Atlanta, Ga., from Saturday to ville Thursday to get Mrs. Clara Mrs. Err; Johns had as her I Ii .... I
brother and sleter-la1'(1 will regret to learn she In patient Wednesday where Mrs. U Peck who will be their guest ,
+ri f_ Mundy attended guests Saturday her nieces, Mrs, i--;: ;Iri'iiU I'0u.c. llrnilloril \''uantJ I
Mrs. :M. C. Wells.i at Glendale Hospital Palatka. cut' a gift shop showing: and for the next week Mrs. I'eek of j, J. Gross and Mrs. Edward Gross florlilnl. In I.h.......,. & SON TRANSFER AND

Mrs. D. E Knight, had ferlng from a severe attack of In- Mrs. Vining and Mrs. Kite villite.lreIn Newton. Ga. hag been visiting her of Jacksonville Mrs. John.. returned Mary llornuitl.. t..V..U hi. Anderson mlvmuii., iMnlntifr.II.r..nd..t.\ \ STORAGE CO.

t guc'st the former'sF fluenza. tlv ll and friends.Mrs. sister Mrs J. L. Wilson in Jacksonville home with them and pmt Cu,,, No \ I
'i!: H. Cason! of Lake 12 f'. ArniHlrOntf Lliii>lt>iu.t and Dryant S. Carroll of Jacksonville for the past throe weeks the weekend Order Of I'"bll..nll..1. le are. ".1' .
'.. '
frldltlllV We local
s'T'a'1'FI 0.
( % : operate|
"ncoINm. Ppenr :
'L Floral and Tile pat spent Sunday with her Mr. and Mrs R J. Flynn and nvlu r-i-i -- -
llrrnittil M Alldi-lM I ? >"u 'l
Mrs. Kffio Johns had aa -her A distance,,
__ TIM.' Hart Furniture Co. mother Mrs. F. II. Long Mrs. Blanche Edwards, who Is il.'ii.and. nililmnn. N I I'nknuwnI long
Mrs. Madle ,"lelltR last Friday her brother M. You inn roiiuliitt ,to. m.>|i Christian
of VndOBta. confined Luke's hospital.
in St.
.M. L.MOVING
D. Carter of Lake Worth 1",10"11" 1)11) 1I1SI, In th" nl""
Ga. visited her daughter Jacksonville on Sunday. Mrs. Ed- tiunifit. I'nuit, and, "RU",1\ ,
.
and family Mr. and Mrs. E. C wards Is repotted as getting along Mr. ami! Mra. Truman King had. \Pliilnlirr.. of s mnlilon i>r kH. IM| "nam1"III> unit., Hi K-.udfot'.'|OIHrloil EXCELLENT

Mann, Jr.. the past weekend. nicely. as their guests last weekend Chief fouiily, TrlfirrnMh nlmll. ) pnUII.1.\ Hi ,
II Mrs. H. J. Davis returned to her Ii: ft. Armstrong Linoleum and Petty Officer M. A. McDoiignll' 0..<1..r IH nest four weekly |I..."... i STOIC.\OK
,
|11"( "ss i mv him.I unit off! I \
home on Church street Saturday iVinjroleiim. Floral and Tile pat- and family of San Diego, Calif, Kial lit JoI'.rklt. Flurlilii thlx. Jim
after spending the past two week teriin. Hurt Furniture Co- After eight months on the usa I unrLM. 1451. I IOKKK'IAI. FACILITIKS
:- Dedicated TO Community Service I I ( / ., I\I.! ) A .r r "' ..", I
with her son-in-law Valley Chief (U
and McDougall
Forge.
"Mo\le Are Better Than E\er" daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland spent An rinrk or Hold (',," ,
yt s Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. and< the .weekend in. Apulachtcola visiting now stationed at the Jacksonville! !IW Mvrllo Pi'uver. Moiiiitv ",' -
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new grandson, Gregory Rawson Naval Air Station. T. l'tnnk T.iinilruin.., PtHrk Fin 1'h

S N. 27 ONLY TUBS., WE1 -. JAN 30. 3 1 Davis, in Tallahassee. _Mr.their_ ann son-in-law Mra. Dwight and daughter .u Marshall __- Friends hero will regret to hear AM\Atlvofr" for IMf I'lf 1126 11:5: ( It 4t 2111'n | \\ See us first!

Abbott & Costello Mr. and Mrs Herbert Drew and and family of the death In Richmond, Va i.s..a __

JLE FEATURE children of Tallahassee spent Wednesday Mrs. A. II. Miller of Gainesville last wc..kof Hoke.Smith, son o f I.Irrult t'oitrt 1I1".u..1'c.
of last week visiting Mr. of Mr. and Mrs.. Mrs. Jim Smith of Norfolk., Mr. lorlitni. lu Ihunwrr.
was a guest
e a. and Mrs. Donald F. McRao. Smith! was a nephew of Mrs. Alfred, John U. Could.. IMulnllff.\ ( vii : ",," I
R RANGERS A F. Sauls on Tuesday. lion 101. IVfKnilant. I'nun No. U II
Mrs Robbie Shaller was calledto Peek is spending his mid- Varnea of Starke and Berry T>yal Orili-r. Of rnhllrnllun. Ind l Noll.e '
Darby
r Nanhvlllo, Tenn. Sunday by the I of Graham. \,>...nr "till OK C'L.ilUll\ '1'..
from U of F I
semester holiday 1..r l ) Itoil Iii. w IIONB rviililcncA
;lth Don Barry ;' r 6 serious illness' of her sister. Accompanying with his mother, Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selley and ariilrpH. IH. IS70 Vlrvlnla Avvnuo.UTonx. ,
Mrs. Shaller were her New York,
Sr. will be the I ion have moved to Fernandlna.
Darby among Yfiu in'it .Inl..d| to nupi"ar
i AND --- son and daughter-in-law, Mr and
I < where Mr. has in, lest In the !
graduates at. the February 3rd' Selley accepted a Whrunry" REASONABLE
Mrs. Bill Tllley and their son. named i'tut rf and. muni, w ln pol
)L PACKING Steve and Don Ray Tilley. exercise rical engineering.having majored In elect position__ with the News-Leader. ...IINII11Irt .....n".lc. dlvol'r. '

Mrs Earl Cook and Mrs. W. K
attended with the of
!t finest
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs had
IAMA Hall spent Tuesday In Palatka.
Insurance
New Of
Amazing Type Hospitalization
; Mrs. Luclon Conner and Mrs. R. as their weekend guests Mr. and
Robert Livingston R. Crosby returned home the first Mr. Donald Kelly of Tampa. Offering benefits which eliminate all uncertainty an' to serving bring to us the friend-

of the week from a trip to Ft. Mr and Mrs. NX B. Rosier and amount payable when you Ire hospital confined.<< Full of the great communities which 1

p. 4 "ATOM Worth. Texas where they accom daughter Linda, will spend the benefits provided in policy are paid regardless!' of amount

TilISI6RE panled Miss Glenda Crosby and< weekend In Jacksonville as guests I
I spend. serve.
N" and "ALL rr you
Miss Iris dough who entered theFt of Mr. and Mrs. Q. F Tlpplns.
Worth Bible Seminary for Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Fill out attached Coupon and mail today See for your.selrthe I

RABBIT STEW* three year training courne. a spent the weekend with their son. unusual security' offered by this! amazing new C. JONES I

Also "LANO) OF LOST JFWKL* ", Mr. and Mrs A. F. Sauls will In-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I Plan today.

)N. JAN. 28, 29 Cartoon and Latest Nears save: as weekend guests Mr. Saul's Crosby H. Dawklns and daughter, ESTATE LIFE INSURANCE CO. 7 Starke Fla. I
I granddaughter and husband. Mr. Janelle in Jacksonville. The Daw- 37 W. Monroe St. Jacksonville Florida ,
: and Mr. J. W. Mdrvell of Ft kins will be leaving for Cherry \
RFECTPAR TIIUR.. FRI. FEB. 1 I. 2"SCARLKT - - - r
Lauderdale. Points, N. C. Feb. 8th where Mr. ESTATE LIFE""INSURANCE co. OF AMERICA Ambulance Service I :
1 1N t Miss Sara Barefoot called back into
of Jackson Dawklns has been
vllle 37 West Monroe St., Jacksonville, Florida home enables n. to offer conveniences and
spent Sunday here with herparents service the Marines.
In
ASTAIREco 1 Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Bare- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards. Please' send me complete information about the New service. not otherwise available. I,

foot. visited their son, Wayne, a student'In Type of Hospitalization Insurance. .. .

Mr. and Mrs P. M. Barefoot '' the Oth grade In Mont Verde Name .. .
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highest type service at lowest and
spent Saturday afternoon In San- School In Mont Verde, over the Please I'llnt prices
dprson, visiting Mr. and Mrs. W weekend. life Insurance policy In force, Issved by ANT

F. Barefoot. Mrs. Bertha Pearce was hostess Street------------------ as payment In part of In full on a funeral. I

Mrs. If. H. Adams and Mrs. to the Canasta Club Tuesday City State Consultation carries no obligation.
Leslie Biggs were visitors to Jacksonville .
evening -
xoq eV",.., Friday. Mr. and Mr. J. M. Vickers had -
Mrs Frances Parker, of St as their Sunday visitors Mr. and
Petersburg Is a guest this weekof
Mrs. A. G. Gowen of Foikson, Ga
her brother-in-law
and sister and Mr. and Mrs. J. M Barnes of
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. FORD STEP-AHEAD ENGINEERING ACHIEVES NEW TRUCK ECONOMY
"FRAMED CAT"b tlrjgsland, Ga.
I'UMI'EItNICKLFTon : ; Mr. and Mrs S. G. Denmark and ,
and Latent News ('o.r" >011D'S children Steve and Joyce, pent Don Pridgen cf Jacksonville

the weekend in Crescent City vIsit- spent Sunday with the LesliBlgga <

Ing Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas. family.

Morris Winegnte visited his Mrs. K. G. Duncan attended the< Here !
mother and other relatives In graduation exercises of her niece they are

Wauchula over the weekend. MIsa Shirley Theta, at Andrew '

,If RATE Father W. H. Newhouse flew to Jackson High School, Jacksonville vy lJ9. A P
dSt
Baltimore Mil., Tuesday evening
evening.
Tuesday
e' to attend .
to business. He
expects Mrs. Han Walker pent Mon /
RE DRUGS to be back In Starke Satur- 1iI\1
day In Ormand Beach visiting her \ .

day.Mr. mother, Mrs, Lena Rowe.
I and Mrs. R. W. Mixon and

UG IUi sons Wayne and Larry of Jack- f
ALWAYS
Marla
sonville spent the weekend with FOOD SALEST. 1 shi re'f
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson. /

Largo selection of Hallmark EDWARD'S Df
rR @ [ )
"Valentine at Hollywood Camera r
: AUXILIARY CLUB
ASPIRIN Only 79c &: Gift Shop.
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| Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Feb. 3rd.

children, Janice Billy and Mickey' s I tr
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iz. \WILDROOT Cream Oil 98c family Andrews visited Mrs Chief In Green Danaby's and Cove Mrs.brother Saturday.Roy and J. -- ..R ; l lI : I- I1&GD[ (


---- - -- daughters Mr. and Mrs.Janet J,and E. Jane Hardy, spent and Arc & Acetylene f Ml

VE CREAM SHAMPOO 98c Saturday visiting Mrs. 'Hardy' par WELDING -
ents. Mr. and Mrs. O.V.. Berry .
In Brocket1. G *rz \


jtinghouse Bulbs wm6N.Yl5inTGEM ? c weekend daughter Mrs. Bertha with Mr. her and Pearce son-in-law Mrs. spent Ed Ennor and the LATHE O WORK fi'5 0 0N.w


In Jacksonville -Fully Equipped

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Stevens Portable Machine MakesIt
BLADES'49c and children of Gainesville\ Mr. Possible To Come To Driving, <.mf.r. for 51' Ford Truck models l l .
and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and childrenof lake this l-Hoffer a choice of two new 5 STAR Cabs
The Work. New ntsfsnre-mocUrii front-end appearance makes
Jacksonville were guests Sunday ENGINF.F.IIINOI"I'E lord' more than ever, the truck style favorite!
c. > of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto.
IRIN ;
1 L25's 45c Mrs. John Vanderzee of New FREE: OF (''''\IeGE In the low-price field .

York who has been a guest of Mr.
and Mrs. I,. S. Hutto for the C. DEVLIN -
past
Yes. over New Ford Trucks for.'SI offer you On/y Ford Trucks feature
BAYER ASPIRIN 59c ten days left Saturday for Palm
Beach, Fla. for a visit there with Welding & RepairsALTOV 180 new models great new economy feature .

relatives ROAD NEW Steering column ,....hUe to do MORE per dollar POWER PILOT ECONOMY

Mrs. Charley Johns and her slater la eerie. F-l for cic-liki ihiltlnn There are more than ISO model, .
NOXZEMA 59c Mrs. Huldah Morgan of Jacksonville STAKKE! FLORID Mt I NIW Gr.ia.tight 6'S' -fr. with new feature throughout .
: 'If .
Pickup body.. hardwood Hoar 2. irt.es.kaey nwttrf
spent the weekend In St. IIOURH: 5M:( TO 10:00: I'.M. from 95-h.p.
PIckups to 14-h.p.
.. .
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I with tint\>kU sirlpil'NIW Wid>( and fire the right / of
Petersburg visiting their aunt Mrs. lug Jobit!With<< a Ford' Truck nod
0Before 'elf cub l window-30 58 more ..., lit precbelf the fightuu
:J. D. Hunt, who is 111. ties vision! NIW Two ONLY with a Ford Truck, you can ,. IBBS B COMPLEX 3.39 Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead' AOO: P.M. Phone new c.b.: The 5-STAR; inj the chooie a V-8 or Sir to match your chiming pod.. loud< andS
and children spent Sunday In 6'4 Starke -STAREXTRA.Engineeredfor( power need exactly. powef fequirtmean

Jacksonville visiting relative -- ____. u __. _. mnimam STAR EXTRA drier Cab comfort h.i tdJU Behind the new Ford front end e o i.Unlike.OHV.IM<.".| yitm .
Mr. and Mrs Jesse Newsomeand p ., the Power Pilot ui"
tional fcnurca at iliglit extra are engine! performance adrance*
TON CIGARETTES 1.97 family Evelyn and John ton. NEW Chroropl.i.d lop menu like) new autottiermic pl.- calf, on*I.control dOlI.n.d Inueid el
two yrt to n-
Mr. and Mrs.
Mark visiting
were plum nagtnown.adatdball; tone,new cbrome-platsd top ring, WOIKS AND) cbronixe6rlgrmi..ccu.
J. E. Sanders In Valdosta Ga. over I PHONE 218 four ford onlln.s., for bangle new... high-lift camshaft newtraoimisiionf AVIS AUTOMATICA1LTAll. t.tel y.
the weekend. cylinder lift. t NIW A"IofhormlC and axis for .. THI TIMI
pitton., high-lift camihaftl for e n 4.Yea east ... regular'
NOXZEMA CREAM 29c Mr. and Mrs! L .0. Hazen wt'reIin gee
COLONIALFLORIST longer truck life. .
top performance I NIW Eialar. 1. The Feed Trek Fewer ..yes you*et no-knock pOl''
Tallahassee Tuesday on business quiet stuffing/ with new 4ip I. trtaimliiioavailabla proTta way of gating the low-price IItld grin you
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Foster and at extra COif on Ford frlOllpo".rforruh.I..II.ul! fewer Pilot Economy I
:iNG SHEARS 2.98 children, Sandra and Donna of Series P-4. F.) an4 1-6 modeli ,'

Jacksonville were Sunday guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hlldebran.AzahWM '0."

EXTENSION CORDS 49c I CamcllH.. Ross and FLOWERSFOR

Fruit Trees arriving Friday. ALL OCCASIONS Ford Trucking wf
SlHtrunk'n.Mr. .

and Mrs. R. H. Bartley of _Costs_ l.!tt. ibfteuS. udg, ....., r..1.b.5al. fe- *. M 4.3V1.00O

[Come in and See the New Shades in Jacksonville were Sunday visitor j frv.t., life ln>urn.e apr/s/ peeve F..d
of Mrs. Bartley's mother Mrs. (j) Treks U.4 1.e.*.I

TINTAIR $2.00 William the past Norris rweek. who has been 111 r

m mmma ***** *! *
Mrs. W. B. Parks spent Satur. DISH GARDENS
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR DOG day In Jacksonville where she attended

In and get FREE Sergeant's Book. We Carry a the birthday party of her POTTERY ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

|omplcte Line of Dog Items and Play Thingsus granddaughter. Kitty Black POTTED PLANTS
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Dameron

Black FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
your next prescription and experience for Mr. Mattie Gahagan 1 1s leaving

elf the dependable, accurate, economical fast this weekend for Savannah, Ca. Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 118I.

to visit her son and daughter-in- Nona 8t Starke
criptlon service that has made Koch's Starke'sLeading
law Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Cahagan I 1
Drug Store I for several weeks. I ,-:_ -_'.:. : :" '_ '_ __- .u' _; I_






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FRID.\V. .JANrAnrl"
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRArI STARKE FLORIDA
PAGE SIX
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.h.U A. Cleric of said Court. George L. Pitti. --

Ii you can't count on a thing 1 In Do You Have Any 'Attractive Nuisances'Ak"ound publish Bradford this County Ordor. In Telegraph next four weekly By Haven Cronby Deputy 116 H Clerk 1128| Attye. for Pit. '

farming, but we are counting on .', .'. In Circuit -

FARMER'SDIARY our hogs to help and we don't see Your Place? If So, Better Beware .markr Witness/ .., Florida.my hand thle and January official 17thinsi. seal. In Circuit {'o.rt.Ursdford Conotr. Florid.. I. Court th...;rr7"dlBJmlly

any use In living If you are goingto __ d u I 5f'ii"A.I.. ."'. SSufr. ".. J.w. : It., Blltlrr, p ',.
Tnat tree In didn't think mucn or a wnowould ClerkOFFICIAL W. Uutl r. I>*ri.n be pesalmlstc all the time blossoming your ooy By Hn Croiiby, erth Batten r>.f..nd.r.t. Ca... No. 8214 ''Or,..* or
yard Is very attractive-but betterbe climb a tree for such "girl ( ) SEAL) A. "/ Order 01 P"bllc.U..n cod Notice 'J'o Apnrnr !PUhll".II".c'
would like to I Itv i
Well admit It. We said Court
.Ai Clerk or Other PlowdiaSssrArae : n. '
Annwrr or Krne.t W /'LQ*
I By Sam McGarvey raise a ton-litter and .we're going cart'ful-It might get you Intr ish trophies" as flowers. Jni.ph K Shipper; 221 Graham Serve OF FI.OI11I. Tot and addris l I. ,
trouble warns the Associated i The Supreme Court has before It Itulldlnr, Jurfcaonvllle, FlTlda.Attyn. Jewel Batten wti.... residence Is You Olliriai' "e".
to keep ever-lastlngly at It. for Klf. 1 19 4t :2iIn ; are result I
The author will be'Clad to re- S Press. now a case similar to the magnolia unknown: .."..bru..ry12Ih.. '

rvlve $Items of Intermit concernIng Comfort and Early (the Angus The AP points out that the legal suit. It involves an 11-year-old Circuit Im r rttmirrrr.Hllka eUtS. Hradford. Countyrlnrldni an.You w.p are or other required vlaadinaii, to serve on February your. plaintiff named Court Seeks anil dh

the activities >of farmer &In doctrine of "attractive nuisance'' Clay County boy who climbed a Majestic, Plaintiff. v. JonMihMujriitlc. 12, lUI In th. above named control of mln...

Bradford County. Suggestions maya and Hclsteln heifers In the rye has been responsible for !some! 01 holly tree on private property to n.nd.nt. Case And Notice No. 1219 Ttpprnr .. Court seeks and divorce.cause. Bradford wherein plaintiff County County Order In Telegraph next four ",

I : be left at the Telegraph. office or field| are doing nicely on their! the most Interesting cases In the gather berries. The tree's branches Order Of Hrvrn PnhileetleC OK FI.OBIU' Till Telegraph hall publlHh this. OrderIn Witness my hand and", '. '

mailed to Sam McQanrey. Law toy, grazing plus about 3-qta. of, history of, Fla. courts, Includingone extended over the right of way ota Joseph 1415 Erletow Majestic,Street whose Bronx residence., New I I.. next four my weekly hand and Uauei.WltnoM official i.al! at 1811t.Rtarke. Florida, tble Jit"

Florida. snapped. corn fortified with cottonseed -: now awaiting a ruling from rural electric cooperative and York at Stark., ,Florida, tIlls Slit day of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. I ..tot_

; -_ _ _ _ p the Supreme Court. touched live wires. You are required to appear on January 1951.OFFICIAL A. CiI'rk >' riag
meal. It Is Interesting to Febmarv 12th 1RM, In the above ( SEAL) A. ::1. ThomueA By Haven Crosby p." _'
Latest arrival on our farm i I. where she was locked! in securely watch them growing because i It The attractive nuisance doctrineIs The child touched the wires and named Court and cause, wherein Clerk or said Court, '1'. Frank Landrum bll\ JIQI$
j based the fundamental eeefcn divorce rare, cua- By Hav.n Crosby Deputy Clerk Atty.. for Plf.
on principle injured. His parents are suing plaintiff I
Toby. a heifer from an excellent We certainly appreciate the fine appears that Early (who was a' was toll!, ..onrolo'_ minor ('h.lld.. Bradford
that can't
children be with the claim the cooperativewas
i Jersey cow and a registered Brahman help we had in getting ,our calf weak wobbly calf when we got I expected I' county Toieirrapn' snail puollnh loe.::2
to exercise the the this Order In next, four weekly
Judgment of in not trimming
bull. We got the calf from back and know what It means to her) Is catching up with Comfort. negligent ,Issues. BEA

V Mom who bad raised her to a have good neighbors. As for Toby, But If we can\ keep Early growingshe adults. Because of that. It Is tree back from the :wires. Witness. my hand urn! official seal VOLUNTEER

I little over three months allowlni ahe looks as though she'll be even should be a big cow as she Is every property owner's responslbllIty The Clay County Circuit Court at Ptarke, Florida. this January 11th,

V a I. the calf to nurse all that good worse td> hold In than was Lily about 15/16 Pure bred Holsteln to look out for them. ruled In favor of the cooperativeand 195(OFFICIAL!.' SEAM A. 3 Thomas

Jersey milk during that time. The our notorlout fence-busting sow. n S An attractive: nuisance Is something the parents appealed to the Ae Clerk or Raid Court

), 1 result Is really something to seeI -- But we have hasty plans for here Weather has been delightfully which may be dangerous tc Supreme Court. Bay B,,.I/I"n.'on.. Wnven Crosby' Building, Deputy, Clerk Daytona Good Pay %tIt':

about 300 Ibs. of heifer that 1 11'1' e C mild and it has been grand to work children. but by its nature has a In another attractive nuisance Beach' Florida '

,I pretty as a picture. I Decided that :.we would try to, out of doors in shirt sleeves again. powerful attraction for them. The case a Duval County contractor I Attye. for Plf._ 1(12( 4t Ill 'I Excellent Trotnlnj j

I We unloaded her out In the oata raise some pepper and tomato Guess it'll turn cold again but In Fact that it may be on private. was sued because he left a boxtul In KlorldNl flrralt I. (Chancery.H '...rt. Rredfurd. Coast, Opportunity forAdvancement .1'0,;:

V the meantime this weather is fine property makes no difference.One of mortar near a park used by loan Yin' Ham (Ala. Known /;
em -
I with Comfort and Early thinking plants etc., so we build a cold V
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for us and crops. of the best known Florida children. Some youngsters were an Jane Sam), PlaintIff va. Chester )
that Toby would find company; frame using aome screen sash we CHad Ham. f.f"ndRn'. Cave No. 8211Order '
attracted to it began flinging it
V I with them and not miss her suits brought under the attractive Of Publication ,.d >ntIee! To Privilege of Servl
bought over at Camp BlandIngand little Butch "pinched" this around and a five-year-old girl was tflpmr MTATR' OK .....fJ"I"\ TolChanter ..
nuisance doctrine Is known to law. Your
'i Mammy too much. However Tobydidn't Country
whose and
covering It with coated ( Pam. residence I
ti- V ) like the arrangement at all. plastic week and he la now a, little steer yers as the "Magnolia Blossom hit In the face. She lost the sightof address. la tXn1taownYou : ..
which I
cloth keeps out cold yet
i I and soon jumped the fence Into the allows the sun's rays to enter. I calf. Got to get the rascal eating Case." Impaired.The one eye. and her hearing was February are 12th required, 151 to In appear the above on I Join the thousands oh:;:

: broccoli field, bawling all the him named. Court and cause., wherein .
Planted In this manner; made a more as the more we can get An eight-year-old school boy In teers who
Court ruled the are
Supreme plaintiff eeeka divorce, ctmtodv A now en1tGec.
I while. We got her out of there narrow trench. filled the bottom ()f to eat the more there will be for Escambla County trespassed on contractor was at fault because he control of minor (child ate Bradford in the
'I U.
S.
{ without damage and shut her in It !with well-rotted cow manure private property to climb a flowering County Telegraph shall publish Army and tl4r"
us to eat later on. His next move should have known the mortar Ma Order In next. four weekly U- *'
', ; the truck garden. Over the fence then planted seeds 'On top and magnolia tree and gather lIe Air Force. Your country i_ :

I the went there and loped toward then another layer of manure, will be over to the fields where he blossoms. He touched an electric would be Irresistible to small children uea.Wltneaa. my hand. and official seal now-volunteer

II' : an open gate leading to the highway and then covered with soil. Made will have rye and oats to graze. wire passing through the branches whose paths were not "a-" at 1S61.Btarke, Florida this January 10th. you for,.: ,

,I Sam In full pursuit. Managed rows about 4 Inches apart and got We will try to continue his milk and was hurt. I flow with the lamp of experience.the court (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. I rapidly expanding servi if,'.

,) ) to head her off at the last minute about loof seeds for a while so that It won't be too Florida On the same principle As Clerk or said Court. .
/. pepper The Supreme Court ruled -
t awarded damages to the parent By Haven Crosby Deputy ClerkT.
, (not before a headlong spill Intoa planted. Made another cold framo big a change for him. I he was entitled to damages because who killed Frank T-andrum, Starke, Florida.Attya. ,'If!

I: patch of briars) and Toby doubled for tomato and eggplant seeds the electric railway company of a 12-year-old boy fan while was exploring for Pit. 11J| 4t III You'll be proud to serve with! the

: back to the truck garden. Did not Nothing la lip so far but tile weeds V Pop and Alice set out peach whose wire he touched "reas In a four-story I. Clrevlt ("'".Pi. Bradford County. .

''I I dare to leave her alone so Sam: but we're hopeful. trees citrus and a persimmon In onably should have foreseen and an unfinished hotel. He Fl" .rldai .. Chancery.Ewald U. S. Army or U. S. Air! Force!
was trespassing on private prop'erty' Ludwig. Plaintiff vs. Ell.-
Just kept shadowing her and Jus e e a our home orchard and we mean to
I t V4 contemplated that boys of Immature but it "boy like" action, abeth Olorl :Meerwald: Ludwig, Defendant.
was a
Ii. :.when we decided that we'd shut The seasons roll around pretty take: better care of them this yearto discretion and no appreciation Case No. 8117 VOLUNTEER TODAY At
I 1 her In shed Toby the court ruled. Order Of Pnkllentlon And Notice TnAnnenr .
a packing If can't fine
up fast here In Florida for here we : see we get some of the lurking dangers of live elec- little BTtTH OP PI.ORII To.
Another trespasser won
: sailed over a line fence and head- are again cutting new land for home-grown fruit. But every thing trio wires Elisabeth niorla. Meerwald Ludwig
would be apt to climb U.S. ARMY AND U.S. AIR FORCE
I damages after he was Injured while RECRUITING STA
: ed North with Alice following for do takes TIME and we're whose residence and addrena In 115
Cut you
a patch .
runner plants. up that
I the tree was so near and ac- Carpenter Lane
and Sam going to get help from to realize that. playing on an ice company's sawdust Philadelphia Pennsylvania -
Ernest Raulorson and rediscovered egtnlug *
cessible particularly to children belt. The child had POST OFFICE BUILDING' .. STAR
I neighbors. Soon most of our neigh that new land really take conveyor You are required to appear on
borhood (Jay and France. Eunice. : Runty the little gilt we're raising who played near by and so attract. no business on the premises, but February. l 8th, 191 In the above
some cutting before it la readyto Ive In blossom." named Court and cause, wherein EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
Kirk and Mack Griffin, "W. C." work. But our bush-and-bog to eat has a fine crop of curly the court said the Ice company was plaintiff I teeka d Bradford TIIUR.SDAJ'

I. Orlffls George Smith and others) harrow doe the job. red hair which she got from her The ruling stood even through a responsible for his safety becausehe Bounty: ,' Telegraph f'Ub:; this
.
Order In .
next four
weekly .ue".
l\ I. was in hot pursuit of Toby who a e e Ma. Which reminds us that Alice judge who dissented Indicated he was only nine years old. Witness my hand and official neat 4 s srsJ-sss-snra .3 Jrr sflsrr r

:.;j V by now decided to go home to her Talked to H. L. Brownlee about told the three little gilts a tory at 1951.Stark., Florida. this January 10th

I V :Mammy-30 miles! away. runner plants and he advlies about three pigs. one of which was TOO LATE Iticians and officials often make it .([OFFICIAL' SEAL) A. J. Thomaa
made Into but didn't tell their business to be Aa Clerk or said Court PURE TIRES NOW AVAILA1
S Well, our neighbors soon hid planting as soon as possible now sausage TO CLASSIFY "very helpful"In 2r Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk
: the young lady headed Into Jule WITHOUT FERTILIZING then the gilts which one It would be getting people on the rolls who '1'. Frank T.aniJrum Starke, Fla. I

: Eunice's place and before long putting fertilizer to the mother Sure It sounds crazy. but honestly, By Russell Kay can be counted- on at election timeto Attye. for Plf. mz 4t 212| I

i Toby was loaded ,on Jay's truck plants In April and working them all you have to say la "which one deliver a few votes. In Clrenlt Conrt. Bradford Co..t,'. i AT
.
I ''I I and thence back to our Med and then taking them up In JulyWe're of you will be sauaage" and they Digging Into Florida's welfareset Likewise children no longer Flnrldai! .In! C..r,. '

, I going to try to follow his all stand still and look at you. up Tampa Tribune staff writ. worry about aiding their aging :1.v'7iii.Duffev DiiffVy, Defendant nlalntfff.Case v*No.. j'amee 1210

: advice as we want very much to COne er J. A. Murray comes up with parents. Many .who are well ableto Order of Pnhllcallon and !Notlca to PURE SERVICE STORE sIN

t FREE raise some good plants. We have writer diagnosed a farmer's some Interesting figures that oughtto give their parents a home or as-' Tamea Appear. J.TVTH Duffey' OK.whose KI.OHIDt' renldence tol

learned that you should plant on trouble aa the fact that he buys provide plenty of food for ,liat them with funds no longer do Sn,! addrenn l Ie: James. .T. Duffey.

: For Prompt FREE Removal NEW LAND aa other wise the retail and sells wholesale. We've thought in the face of skyrocketing so, look on the matter as a problem AOl Office Fa, San ton Francisco 118.. clo, Fleet California Poet: WHITE WALLS

of Dead Crippled &Worth. weeds "will eat you up." been thinking about It and beyond living costs and steadily mounting and responsibility of the You are required to appear on

less Cattle, horses, Mules, a e doubt there Is a great deal of taxes. ,Btate, and direct Dad and Mon tc February Court 8fh. and Iflst reuse In the wherein abovenamed 670 x 15,.710 x 15, 600 x 16, 670 x 16, 760 x 16 .'!

Ordered 1 bushel of Longreen truth In It. Yet what Is the solu- The figures show that the aged "get in touch with the welfare plaintiff eeeka divorce custody of
& Hogs minor chlll.nd\
support for said
beans some lona Hybrid sweet lon ? as obviously all farmeor'llcannot the blind and mothers of children folks.". minor child. Bradford Countv: Telenrraph -

Call 132, Starke corn Dixie 18 field corn, and 1 sell retail. However It Is receive less than the national average The situation Isn't pleasant to next four.shall weekly publish laiuea.this Order In IN BLACK WALL p

bushel of peanuts. Going to try something to think about when but they also show that the Witness. hand and
WE ALWAYS COME 1I I I contemplate and it will get worse my official seal
t < and get the seed well before we doing chores about the farm. people are paying about CO percent .t etnrke, ..Florida this January 600 x16: 650' x 16, 760 x 16, 700 x 15
I 8rd. 1911OFFICIAL
1 before It gets better unless the
Florida Renderers( need them so that when the time more than the national aver- ( 8F.AH A. J. Thoma.Aa 820 x 15, 670 x 15,AND 710 x 15
to plant comes around we'll be FARMERSVIIO: AVOID age for welfare. I people the taxpayers who are foot- Haven Clerk of said Court

INC. ready. WASTE HELP SELVES The figures also show that the 1 ng the bill, put their foot down T Jy Frank r.nndrum Crosby: Starke.Deputy Florida Clerk
AND THEIR COUNTRY Attys. for Pit. 115| 4t i2| .
1V SAn total payments have Increased I ind demand that these abuses be TRUCK TIRES

V official from the State Road Farmers never can afford seven times in tne V past decade. eliminated. The ruling that prevents In Tlrenlt ('.....f. Bradford COOB T.
650 x 16 6 Ply, 825 x 20 10
Department waa here and advised Klnrldni In Cknnc-ery.: Ply
also reveal that more than the
but in time of They names of those on relief Hoyt U Deal',
Plaintiff
waste emergency
va. Mary
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
us that our roadstand should be halt of the people in Florida over being made public should be fteelman Deal, Defendant. And 700 x 20 8 Ply and 10 Ply
back 15 feet from the right-of- they should shun it like a plague. Case No. 8209
6 S years of age are-fen welfare or rescinded; this alone would go along Order of PnMlratlon nndNotice: te
way (as also should any signs we And the present with the United social security rolls compared way toward straightening Appear /STATH OP K1.OKII tolilurr

PHARMACISTS put up). That means that rwe States hastening to build up her with less than 40 per cent national. matters out--but try'and get Con. isi\: ; Route steelmnn 3. Yadklnvllle Deal whose, North residence Car- USED TIRES IN ALL SIZES

have to move the stand back 13: defense against communism, Is a 11' A higher number of Floridians gross to act. olliia: :

feet, but we are glad to comply In' are receiving aid than In any You are required to appear on
time pf emergency. February 6th, 1951 In the above
the Interests of road safety. ether state but three. named[ COllrt and cause, wherein
a S C Maximum results from the soil, plaintiff l : seeks divorce Bradford PURE SERVICE STOREMadison
From the standpoint of ability bounty Telegraph shall publish; : this .
Worked berries by scratching ertllizer, Insecticides fungicides,
our Florida doIng Order In next four weekly. liauea.
to -
taxpayers are
the tops of the beds with a equipment. livestock and time pay Witness my hand and official seal and Walnut Sts. Fla.
Starke
more now for welfare than at' "k*' Florida tbl.' January
prong hoe to loosen up the soil and labor spent In farm work are lr.l 1951. -
and get the weeds out. Also dug the-marks of. successful farming, most other states. In one county, (OFFICIAL BKAT.: ) A. .T Thomas
\ out. 86 cent of
}Murray points per
around each plant by hand,to un- and such results cannot be ob. the residents over 65 years 'of age j j1T'S
Our are when there Is waste. Farmers
cover the crowns. plants tamed --- --
of -
are on the rolls. Eighty out
small and we do not expect of Florida and other states
very every 1000 are on the rolls for dependent *
much from them. Yet we have to know their profits or'aucces de. NOTICK
children more than twice TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: '
ON-TIIE-MINIT SERVICEPHONE do the best we can with what we pend on how well and efficiently the national average. ro.lld'.r'l"' hereby: given to all crea "

have. And speaking of berrles.we hey ue and manage the things It I, against I the enate _
I And to make matters worse, of W. L. Wall deceased to _
heard that tha first crate of berries needed tor crop production but file their claims agalnit said estate.
Day 64 NightLet was picked this week. the strength of the nation also while relief for just about anybodyand with E.. K. Ferryman, County Judge _
on or before eight calender month.
_
everybody merrily on,
J S C C Ie Involved In this matter of efficiency goes from ,the first publication of this
Our nevec-aay-dle broccoli Is and avoidance of waste there Is no relief In sight for the notice. That aid. claim mupt be
taxpayer who I Is footing the bill duly worn to before filing by
trying again to grow and in one when this. country la threatened. claimant.
In Florida the number of people going This the 19th day of January, 1951.
Us Thoroughly patch Is doing fairly well. Trouble Great progress has been made
Harold C.
on relief rolls Is growing Wall, :"erutor.
Ie that the plants are quiet small by farmers In the fight against ills| tt 212| t.
: as fast as the national average -
; Wash Your Clothes and already making central heads. waste In recent years, but, Unfortunately tWice .
; which hall caused Florida tobe Circuit Court. Bradford {'o..t rKlorldm .
; V and of course can never really many valuable things In ( .......,'.
1 termed "The Poorhouse State. .
.
9 Pounds produce> the way they should. are still wasted on farms. The Virginia Hutu W bh. Plaintiff vs
Homer .
B. Webb
While Negroes comprise only 23 Defendant.Ca
However. we should get a lot of University of Florida Agrtcultur- .. No. '22fl
For 40c! little lateral shoots, at least enough al I Extension Service calls attention per cent of this state's population Order or Publication And Votlr* To _
; It Is revealed that about 60 percent Appear HTVIH OK K1.OIIII1\' _
to deep-freeze a lot for to some: lamer B. W.bb. whoae residence !I.
FREE Bleach If Desired! of the children on relief are Unknown:
V ourselves. High-priced equipment handled state You ark' required to
Negroes. Only one in the appear on *"
VC S S Improperly and not given proper February. ISth. leSt In the above
English peas are coming up and care and protection from the nation Pennsylvania has more nam.d Court and cause, wherein Small wonder growers say "Give me Red Steer I
blind people on the rolls than Flor- plaintiff veekn divorce, care' cimnrlr truck !"
larks their best to help and and control crope
I, doing weather deteriorates rapidly of mlnnr rMM
C We Win them by pulling them up. W loses Its efficiency. Ida.connection An Interesting to case In this ftORIDA STATE Mm Red Steer t? "just right" for truck. It suppm ,
came light not long of the
I could do very nicely without the Soils exposed to the elements when Florida State Teenager (Gets many different plant food elements these crc"

II I Dry Your doilies help of the larks but they insist without' the protection of cover ago patrolman a arrested a man Highway for require from the soil to produce highest quality

helping even though we takean other in time to get the top market
upon crops trees, or vegetationare prices.
reckless and found thai
driving 7
For 20cIn occaslonnal shot at them. We're eroded by wind and rain and tile fellow was carrying a Florldidriver's Appetite Back; / Over 60 years of experience:

almost resigned now to the fact I many years laboratory
rendered infertile and unproduc- license and at the same and field

New Automatic! Drlerml that when you try to raise some Ive. S time, drawing compensation because Thanks! Hadacol {V research and a new. modern factory
thing there'll be something to too little 11U at Winter Haven
Use of too much or he was blind. are your "

i happen to it. fertilizer Insecticide or fungicide How many people we have in 'HAD .COL Supplies Vitamins B., f to 0.0'$.' ( assurance of plant food that will'a

S S this takes money from the farmer's this state holding driver's licenses, B., Niacin and Iron Which Her f rt UI\\l'f\ 1.0 w, bring maximum benefits to your

Got our mall order catalog but does not give him remits System Lacked. ... Cl'03
.
The WasheteriaTemple racket who are also on relief for the .... \\
week and noticed that they have returns In proportion toJte ( See local
or blind. nobody knows and the your Authorized Swift
fence wire and barbed wire at material he usea. Research bureaucrats see to It that nobody CALENDAR OF EVENTS Uealer and order your needs.
Ave. Stark prices only a little higher than b. the amounts of such According to Sara Loralne: /
shown
will know for federal
regulationson
TUIJOAY.
Some peopledon't Beck. Box 233 Coker. Alabama. JAMUAtr 30
those last quoted.
believe In buying that way.and materials needed for maximum this score require that the when a person is only 15 years E'hibiiorrf, Diy Auto Race QRDtK RED' SfttR NOW!
results and the farmer can avoid names of'those drawing welfare old and feels terrible can't eat WIDNISOAY. JANUARY. II
you certainly can't blame waste by using not too much or funds' of any kind must be kept 'or sleep the way they should it's H 1'h nd Game Day Thou Show.
merchants who feel that It hurts too but mighty bad. That is the way THUISOAY.. rilDUAir 1 '
enough.
their business. Yet what should a little ]just "secret. They argue that it I Loraine says she used to feel L.g'c'i ,..... L""'....... Osy.,5Io4y PLACE YOUR
Jumping from one 'job to another be to the
I might embrasslng
WELDING farmer do when prices go sky reclII-1 but that was .I5RUAIY 2
but buy where he thinKS he i without proper planning 1* lent. What it does to the of course ., Tournt*Day N. hl Thou Show. ORDER NOW
high
I Is the most for his money a waste of time and effort-a tunate taxpayer Is -none of their I fore she beC SAtURDAY FieOUAIir. 1ufw
getting waste that careful planning will concern. ed taking FtrmerC Day. Auto H.... for
not for an artificial
and paying ACOL.
.
eliminate. Murray expresses the opinion MONO"'''. rlimjAltr S
shortage. Failure to take advantage of that the number found that tak- CMpinlla. P..d, o,,.
large of public HADACOL
# S ing .r-Ji: ? SWIFT'S RED
UISDAY
.
Got some land ready for plantIng research results In crop and live relief rolls and the high coat of helped her system : :::., ......'. riSRUAir 0.". CMdrtn't. 4Gev D.y.WfONISOAY STEER PLANT FOOE)
stock production la waste for research welfare In this state Is largely a overcome '
Used of field \
be ana. part rilDWAaV '7 We have
'- snap a good tock
has shown how to obtain result of abuses. Backing him up, deficiencies In .tri ChdoVen't G4_nlt. D.y. (i.e of a" grades used in this ar
that was formerly overgrownwith Vitamins B. B,. Don t walt until
.AmritMi Day. the last minute '9
maximum results from farm Clarence We
Comptroller
Gay supply ,
charged can
\%'. offer the people of Starke sedge grass and although we Niacin and \li' with the
operations.Fire 'gross abuses" In aid to i TMVaSOAV. PISSUACY C analysis you need but order'NOW.
know It is poor soil we will fertilize dependent Iron which I ., .... $hr.... Parade Soy Seou. Day ,
that destroys a home a children during a recent discus- HAD A C 0 L -; '.",.. .. end Llvtitack. Day.e.iOAY. .
end vicinity one of the moat heavily and hope we get a ttt1' r:!-:.. ... "" We aiM have a full stock of Gold Hear nfl
V yield. Then this coming summer barn, or a forest Is waste a Ion of the state program. contains. MiRUAaV' Fungicides. Insecticides

modern and flneat equipped we will plant It In hairy indigo and waste that can be prevented by With the knowledge that the Here is Loraine V Beck's own Cay C0.'vThsdoee..' Day.SATUmOY .

to it. (But it shouldbe care and preventive measures.In tate will take over the family and statement: "I was run-down rilSUARV 1. Latest Spray
welding abopti anywhere try Improve and lick and skinny and weighediL 4 H C'ub' Pay Auto. Race*. Material and Dusts for your Sweet Co
time of when all provide> for wife children
emergency many
limed first we know that.)
90 crop.
pounds before 1 used SHOAL, ..
Auto Paces .
S. ,.
All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S
S C effort and resources are neededto husbands walk out on their re- :. I ACOL, I would not eat because ,.... .. TIvII Show :5oday. Fib,

Our btg-aa-an-elephant Porky It make the nation strong waste ponstbilitles as deserters and little I had no appetite. Now I II. l""lb," 'Clot.... Let us supply you with your Insecticide Needs and plan'|

GARAGEAND due to farrow this coming week not only makes the waster poor. effort I. made to apprehend themor weigh 123 pounds and have an Food Requirements. *

and we are already excited abouIt \ er, but it also handicaps and make them contribute to their appetite. I feel a lot better. I
have been
MACHINE' SHOP This time she was bred to big| weakens the defense program. amity's support. months and taking am still HADACOL taking 10
it. I
) *Temple Ave. Starke Red and we hope that she wilt I The farmer who makes every ef. Knowing that the Iron curtain of"secrecy" am 13 years old. ILXDACOl hat J. W. GASKINS

have about 10 fine pigs and that fort to avoid waste is performingan protects the names of1! done me lots of good."

_she will raise 8 of them. We know Important duty to his country. hone drawing welfare money pol- 9 two. The LeBlwta Corporation STARKE. FLA.N261951 .

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fIA NVutY 26, IOU. Ba.'OFORO'COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA
. PAGK: 8EVEXrWChurch
t I I
At The TabernacleThe from Miami. Mr. Moore camp I Irving\ I H.rlln 1 whose resldenca I* Order. Of Piihlloittlun And .
N'ntlr T.
<< The Life And Times back from Texas. for Christmas. ISO Ilrartfnr litree4 Urooklrn, New Apae.r MrtlH OFKI.ORMtt Tl
:fork:
messages and music of Dr. Mrs. Moore returned with him fora PINE LEVEL firma Lee Tonkin, whnpie roaldnnr
.
a Of New River FolksBy Tnu urn iulrd< to appear onPohriinrv In 120 Richmond Avenue, Portsmouth -
John McNelll at the Tabernaclethis weeks visit and now they are Uih 1951, In the. above Virginia:
week have proven a blessing JeJ. Lee La-.enby here for a while. By !Mm. II. M. MrRaa 1 1I namoil Court and eaune, whereinnmlntlff You are required to appear on
I 1c neekn divorce FTadford
.v and inspiration to all attendingthe a:: Fire caused. by Electricity .f c :nsety, Telegraph shall ;publish; .; :\ this February lith. tell, In the. above J
services each evening. This Is Rev and Mrs. W, E. Hall spent !prd.r: In next four weekly Issues. named Court and cause wherein.' i 1
'J Dr. McNeill's first visit to Starke Dick and Edith Carroll and Recently, Bud Moody was goingto Wednesday, Thursday and Friday I Wlrni**. Florida und official seal plaintiff reeks dtvorre Bradford J
nturke. ,
this
Lake January fth
Butler
\sU early one morningand I' County Telegraph' shell
L? \ 1 h k A i-' since returning from his three- children of Jacksonville ware visiting when he came to M. S. Hayes'field visiting friends In Lakeland and 1 let t ). Ord.r In next four weekly iiiibllnh. luauee.Wltnenft .thin.
months speaking tour of her parents :Mr. and Mrs. Ira Tampa. They vlulled Rev. and : 1(OFFICIAL. SRAI) A, J. Thom my hAnd and offlrlal seal
European of Bahla near the Crews Hlarke' ., .
at Florida, this
A. laid
Clerk or CnurtBy January th
I Countries Merritt Sunday. They were en- Mrs H D. Cot, Rev, and Mrs .
Methodist
Church and Sunday evening he Cemetary he noticed part of It Haven Cro by, Deputr Clerk I95L
I
route home from visit with M. Parish, Rev. J. W. Connell J.// lIU 4t ill .
I will tell some of his experiences. a was burning and (OFFICTAT. SEAr-) A J rrinrna
sparks Issuing
going at 11 o'clock You are cordially invited to while there.Saturday. Dick's mother, Mrs.. Bertha Car- rather furiously so he went over to And Mrs. Brlnson and Mr. and Mm In rtr...l. grogArwarsr. C....ry.Klorldni nv haven A.Crosby Clerk,or Deputy Bald. Court.Clerk
.) \ Lewis D. Halnes. worship in the First Methodist 1 roll of LAke City who has suffered Tony Gonziileous. They also visited I I 1 !. ( .a..r..,.. Ray Heldon-Seldon Bid!!'.. Daylong
Oeteen's is In
night Percy who
e I the service will a cerebral hemmorage and stroke chargeto Mm. Johnny Nettles who Is a rnhn TnnVln Jr. .Plaintiff. v.. Brma Hooch, Florida.Attyo .
'ri !t fourth !In a .series Church of Starke on Sunday. be of special interest to the Youth recently. Mrs. Carroll was In the report the freakish fire Since patient In the DavIs Island Municipal Lee: Tonkin Defendant, C.... No. 8111 for Pir till| 41 J'tNO. '
for
Ten Command- January 28. Church School begins Christ group as the visiting Percy Is still In the Veteran's """-
Ier1e the Hospital at Tampa.
n (I hospital but Is now home In a .
speaker will Hospital Mrs. Osteen Elmore 4
take
messages. are prov- at 9:45: a. m. with classes for over and con- much improved condition. Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Sapp and
I ,duct the Cason and James Osteen rushedto !
meeting In his '
and enlightening own pe son, of Hellbronn Springs were 3
,iar for all morning etlc //I open Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will iiI from Is home the
Last Saturday a heart attack saw cause, a fallen light line.
Sunday mornIngCln'tRY' evening, Mrs. Jen- and family Sunday. THE 2ND COMING OF CHRIST
;'eE e Lord's preach at the 11 o'clock worship nle Thornquest, the former from the hospital, slowly improving Mrs. Osteen' rushed to Lake Butler
Is the schoolteacher and Mrs. Earl Goodman of
"What Mr.
adult choir directed service held in the Woman's Cluo I! and an exceptionally fine Miss Ida Merritt R. N. U and called the R. E. A. to have the Starke were visiting the H. M.MtRae's "What Will Happen on Earth When The
,on the sermon topic "Christ-The
reader took the nursing him.Johnny current cut off. In a very short
will singjdra' group on their .
: Green Canova at the or- source of Peace." The third In a1 I:usual trip to "Winston";; which and Juanita Andrews while the curent was otf and men Sunday Stokes aftl'rnoon.Kenn..th of Jaiksonvllle Saved People Are Gone?" '
: ma series of sermons on "The Lord's'Prayer"
from
proved so thrilling that a second and children of Lake Butler were Keystone Heights were visited relatives and frlend here (The Great Tribulation Period)
will be by Mr. ]
brought trip was also enjoyed, and when visiting her there This U twice a line has
Mr.
and Mrs.
parents
da 'gyening the Happy Hour Mitchell at the evening worship ,Mrs. Swallow and Mrs. fallen In this same field. A few recently. First Church
Sparrow Lester Johns send Baptist Hampton
will be Sunday. Friends who would like to ,
Ige,,;WE the Pastor service held in the Educational made a two-point landing on the years' ago one fell and electrocuteda
I\Dtf\ ;Wth" the Lord", an evan- Building at 730 o'clock. The sUb-I"First Blrderlan Church" to selecta The J. B. Crawfords of ..Jacksonville fine Hereford bull belonging to letters or cards to correct Mildred address Nettles BOB GRAY, Pastor

Jn = for the hour. The ject of the evening sermon j suitable location for their were visiting; the Pledger Mr. Hayes. thus li her I
f of Mrs. Morse Come." The youth new Johns now. Mrs. Johnny Nettles 2nd Bible School 10 A.M. II.T.U. 6:30 P.M. ;;
,1o Ege, "Thy Kingdom homes excitement ran high amended family Sunday. Gene Andrews who Is working in Flour Room 202 Municipal Hospital ,I
I
?, ; will lead the con- I choir will furnish special music In a ripple of laughter which Floyd Wiggins went to Lock- Jacksonville Is staying home with i Davis Island, Tampa Fla. The Church Where Everybody is Somebody" ':

iU Mst Ringing of requested for the evening service with Mils Mrs. Thornquest Interrupted witha loosa Lake Saturday fishing. His his parents Mr.\ and Mrs\ C. E. Owen McRae's address: O W.

is'sMtl' :gospel choruses. Tho of Florence Brown as the pianist. quotation from Psalms 843.:: party caught 40 speckle perch. Andiews. Gene commutes to his McRae B M 3 U. S. S. L. S. T. ,. .. ., .- -. .n, .. . "
li "5r 1 Binder the direction The senior and intermediate 'Ou* of-town guests attending Reddish Andrews Curtis Dukes, work. We hope this won't get him 114 care F. P. O., San Francises. j

,eo.73_.es and accompanied Methodist Youth Fellowships meet services over the weekend included and Kirby Crews went fishing In down. Calif. .

tr..t >8 will bring special at 6:30 p. m. every Sunday and :- Mr. and Mrs, Berry Dyal of Nunaus Lake Saturday.Ella Belated Date Loaf Rrlp West Bradford Residents I!

a for service. also enjoy a Fellowship Hour from Graham Mrs. George F. Tlbbitts Joe and In rirrvK. rmrt........Bradford. Cenatn Take Your Fears td Church
Sunday
Moody Lazenby 1 qt. nuts, 2 pkgs. dates, 1 cup K In r< ri 001! meets at 9:45 8:30: to 9:30: following the evening and the delightful Twin Sisters. Jessie. Mervln Cason of Lake Butler sugar 1 cup flour, 3 eggs. lark l>y*, rialntlft v*. laicla r SHIOrrirr >y", Millions Leave them there! I
Case No
\of more than 80 of- service. All young people are (the Misses Shields) of Park-of- T'I".nc'.nt ,
I'. went fishing at Suwannee Beat eggs a long time add sugar I Of Pnfcllraiifil And *.Hi.a 5'. Next Sunday Attend )
..'' chers to Instruct the cordially Invited to attend. the-Palms, Mrs. Swanbaum and I"*"... ,,ir.'TH or ri. daughter. I Saturday agnln. They brought and flout,, beat a long time, pour Dv.., whose r.al.<'.nn. la: rloMm THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICEs :
tar attenders. E. C. Children between the ages of 6 Lawtey, and Mr. and back mullets, red fish and several over dates and nuts. Bake likea : F.clll"iAII.: / 24 Ann.. I.ana. r..ntral >
C;f, is superintendent. and 12 are Invited to the Child Mrs. Dyer and Rev. Cofleld, pastor I bushels of oysters. Joe and Jon fruit cake It's delicious.GRAHAM. Tulip. r.nnor. Inland.. Nw York p"niM>red by
You r qiilr d to appear onFebruary I
t ms for all ages gather rens Hour every Wednesday after- First Methodist Church, and Mrs. Lazenby built up a big fire Satur art ISth, Kill. In the above
:J. T. Lawson director. noon at 3:15 under the direction of COfield of Lake Butler day night and let It burn down to named I Court seeks and divorce cause. Bradford whor..lnplalntlfr Lake Butler Baptist Church

service regularly on Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Coming events: Sunday afternoon coals then they threw on a largo rminly, Telegraph l ahall publish; thin

evening at 7:19: with February 4th. 3:00.: Misslonarlea piece of tin and started roasting Order Witness In. n my.xt hand four and weekly.official' I...soul".... 11 A.M.: "The Terrible Necessity of Retribution" .

lading in the studyok ChurchSunday with pictures of their oysters. Several of the folks In the ,at Htarke, Florida." this January 4th, 7:30 P.M. "Girl of I
Presbyterian Our
of Acts.invitation work. Ily hire. John McKlnny 1951.OFFICIAL. : -
> community came over and helped ( 3 Dreams"I
J is extendedIn School will begin at 9:45: Friday evening, February 27th enjoy the roast. As Clerk. er aald dour.nv I
these hours of at 11 7:30: a group of young men head- Rev. Stall conducted services at haven. Crosby. D.nutv Clerk .
services
.a.m. The morning Mr. )and Mrs. Eaton Wester of nay Rrldnn-doldnn. Bulldlne, DAY- ;
e First Baptist Church o'clock. x ed by Dr. Hendon Brown of Toe Lake City were recent visitors to< the Graham Baptist Church Sun- tnnn. Ilonch Florida
.\ .. for Plf lilt 4t Rev. Lewis D. Haincs Pastor i
enjoy the music from coa Falls Institute, Toccoa Falls, day. i2| ,
cordial invitation, is extendedto Mr. Wester's brother-in-law and I IIIY.
A Ga. See details of Mrs. Albert Willis and "..... '.....
tower. this meeting slater Ira and Thelma Merritt. son In Circuit (. Hm lfikrd < all to Join in these hours of later. George spent last week' In San- In f .hnn.*...,..
worship. The M. S. Hayes were over in i"dna n..rln.( Plaintiff V" Irvlnwtinrlln FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke
[ OFJESUS CHRIST ford visiting her brother. Pfi>tidant. Cass No milOrd 1
section .
En DAY SAINTS Annual meeting.The Christian ChurchThe our Sunday John McKlnny spent Friday In ..r tip Of "PnttllrnMna'CSTtq' OP Anl KIOIMI Vnllr"*Tot To Jefferson & Court Streets In The [Heart Of Town :
Percy Osteen Is still In the
annual meeting and election Waldo on business.J. :
ach in USO at Veterans Hospital In Lake City D. last weekend PHONES: Office 231 Pastorlum 130
Sunday of officers for the ensuring year friendly church In the McKlnny spent I
Tenth Sts. Sunday will be held at the home of Mr. and heart of town extends a welcometo He "Isn't doing too well"! said his I In Ona. vv ", ,

a. m. Sacrament Serm. Airs. Turney. at the State Farm, all to worship with them. son James. I Mr. and Mrs Elbert Broughton II/ SUNDAY SERMONS11:00 A.M., 7:30 P.M. :

Public cordially Friday Jauary 26 at 8 p.m. Following Our Bible School begins at 10 Among those who attended the 'have moved to Tampa. Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Training; Unions 6:15 P.M.
the election of officers new Annual R. E. A. meeting at Keystone Mrs. John McKlnny was the
eWiwlg a.m., with C. N. Colson as MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M.
super- ,
, committees will be appolited for intendent. Heights from here were guest of her father Saturday and AHTI-HISTAMINE TABLETS :
There .
are classes for .,..
; BAPTIST CIIVRCII the ensuing year. all ages with qualified teachers Frank L..and Emma Lou Tomlinson Sunday at his home in Wauchula. r. I

A chool!, 9:43: A. :M. W. T. Jackson, president of the teach. to : Rusael and Lucile Green and He has been a patient at the Wau 11 A.M. Subject "What It The Lord's", Day???" ':
Worship 11 M. kiddies Eustace and Gert Kelly chula hospital for several days but
A. ; ;
.
Bible Class has Issueda
Friendship Our 7:30: P.M. Subject "Talking With The Lord"Friendly
'e Service, 7:30: P. M. Morning Worship begins at Chester and Winnie Andrews. ; Mr. was able to be moved home Sun-
special invitation to all. 11 top COLD'Sdistresses ,.. ,
deetlng every Thursday a.m., with the Minister speak and Mrs. Will Andrews; Ployed day and seems to be Improving. r .

J:30: o'clock' CARD OF THANKS ing on the subject: "What A and Mana Wiggins; Kerby and Mr. and Mrs. Barry Dyal and IN A / Invitation From A
( G. Hemingway Pastor Friend We Have In Jesus. The Carrie Crews and Reddish An : Mr and Mrs.. Shelp attended the MANY CASES
We wish to thank our many Lord's Supper Is served 'at 11:19: drews. Reddish was elected to R. E. A. meeting at Keystone Friendly Church Is Extended To All
(OF friends for their expression of a.m. first I !
GOD serve as. trustee to the Coop from : Heights. Thursday, tho dayl -
A St Clair SU. sympathy and kindness duringour Evening Services begin at 8.30; this district. He went in by a 700. I
hool 10 a.m. recent bereavement and for p.m., with Christian Endeavor plus vote.
bi Horning Worship 11 a.m. the many beautiful floral offerings. Evangelistic Services at 7:30 :
p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Wlndell or
Moody
veiling Service 7:30: p.m.rvice George AdamsMr. The Minister will speak on the You

e etlng Thursday Tuesday 7:30 7:30: p.m p.m and Mrs.And C. family S. Kelly subject: "Why Take A Chance." I Jacksonville grand parents were Mr. and visiting Mrs. Will her can pay more. I

Our Prayer meeting Is held each Andrews. Mrs. :Moody Is remembered -

., Wednesday evening at 7:30: p.m.I as Dorothy Hazen.

Our study this week will be Acts, M
Anita Moody returned to her

DO NOT FOOL U5; the 6th Christian Chapter.The End savor Society I employed home In as Lakeland a beautician.where She the will I Is but you cant buy better I IAY'OMAnC

will have their first social meet return soon and join her husband

touwc, NOT WEXSERVE ing of the year Thursday night Vernell! Moody..
February' lat. All **
youths are urg 1101 CONTIOX

IE ed to attend. Valentines will b e The John Adklns children and than the 51 Ford, II will uloraniullr) rorcit! ...iron V.n.bl.-R.i out |K< bump R..,'- 1

the theme of the party Miss Will and Mary Hill of Jackson. Kathryn and Elaine Colson are vllle and the Martin Herseys. of COuuql" Shock: / ?' "'.- end Adnc .
with ..
IOU FORDOMATIC
MOST r new DRIVE d "Hrdr..Coil" dun lip,i....
hostess for the party. Thereaaa were In our communty

Homer Swlndall Minister. recently. They had nine tombstones A
&FFICIEMTL'Y: for relatives In the Crews and 43 "Look Ahead" featuresBuilt

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS10th Cemetery. While here, they visited L

.j S*. and Temple Are. with Thelma Merritt a cousin _

Sunday School 9:43: a. m.: Morn with >n tyt to the future, thin '31 v I 1

trig Worship Hi a. m.; Evangel! Moody Reunion Ford is the buy for the future .' with 41: rORDOMATIC DRIVI 1
Uo Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Mrs. Fronle Moody had a family new "Look Ahead" features that will keep f < If
ivelcomft.Bronchitis. reunion at tier, home on January
n ret4 ,.........., .... 14, all of her children were horn it looking, acting: and feeling young for ,.. '__ :

for the first ,time In years. Vernell years ahead. A few of throe. long-life features a -.tIrIwl I I

and Anita Moody, Melba and are explained at right. /. / 0 iftt ; Tb..n.aA.' r AUTOMATIC MIUAM MAKIIli' I
a.wl.Relleve Everett Lane of St.
Petersburg, ,moil I..4'' I.'. a eaei.' brain that m you bash'
Audrey Bell and Herbert Parrish, eneorewun performance: with r.*:t*>
US Half or Whale Lb. 47cGood lay and Wordner Moody, Truby Cst.12d lit New a.Waterproof better mileeia lanitioa with Svilem env. e... I

Hodges a sister and her chlldern, peer il.4q w.rf 1aeeI I

Deloran, Odus and Lilly Brown,,
Creomubloa reUevespromptly bvcaiu* Tinker Johns and wife of St. T_.." .,.. .,.".. I
I It gas right to ths seat of the troubleto
UR 251bs. I 79 help loosen and expel germ ladea Petersburg Junior and Kathaleen r.dr. dw.ys .ul I
phlegm and aid nature to tooth and Tohns of Gainesville, Rose Johnsof
leal raw tender Inflamed bronchial Jacksonville, Rubye Thomas or I

membranes. Guaranteed to please you Floral City, Rev. and Mrs. Fred
Pan stood the test of million of users.i Crews I
family also enjoyed this
I
NUT BUTTER29c i CREOMUL'SIONnurnt happy event. f1 rVn'' { l

I c..... Caeet C.... Aceta lk.adllN W. N. Johns Is still working on
Ms home He Is
.. renovating. a NIW.. "" DOUUS-IIAl"" KINO-KZI UAKI
iuune on nis cnas rarm. us going A touch of four roe end you iconeinieht
i 'o' look nice when finshed. We all : :: tad .u... Their'ra double
.d.d i ei know they're anxious to w :
flnshed It

EK{ & BEANS 3 for 29c ICY Wilbur Camp Turner Cook,left Calif.via airplanefor Ha hat iiL_ log

: written his folks that he arrived __

f'a Premium PicnicS safely but two hours late. Join and

,1. baby are at K. J. Turner's' Sr. The __
LB. 39crs IItUe lady. Scharlene Is a fine, C..,. fe he ,

.. plump baby and very pretty. C'TEST DRIVE" Ee

Felton Moody and Joe Lazenby t
_ spent Saturday In Lake Lochloosa A + YV
\ in Plastic flag fishing. Well they came home

worn out, and hungry and nothing
P A 49c to cook, Just five speckle perch t { NIW AUTOMATIC.. rOfTUM CONTIOi
at Front .e movee forwird autaatetl.-
Bargain
tu, I They aren't planning another trip ,.. celly at the couch of ........ Al the
I ...
I p time heiahl and ...1. ere .d.
soon They said those were the IA.A. ;,....01 for correct poefnre.MM .
most expensive flah they'd ever a ,r:

&INERSLB. 32cRose brought In. k

The R. J. Turners have heard

from their brother William's

folks In Cordele. Ca. He Is still In b..sd. ..V.I....... .,.iN a1.f" .


E 10 lb. Cloth Bag 1.19 In case( of a serious Frank 1.condition.. Tomlinaon Is cutting 9 t /Jbl1

I land for John Dukef who was

,' Accident. Your home on furlough. Emma Lou I Is h
derful. Speedy, Lots '0 Suds well again and feeling fine. e 51 FORD

Remedy for Stuttering by M. L.
Lest friend
is
an "MAOIC OFT plat tJuit
39c Johns, Jr., "Keep mouth
RING POWDER\ pkgs. your rura ler lad la* reer dock
shut. f pnaai : ';No effort required to liO
,it Aad Tor room, aa lae(
Accident Policy Albert Moody has tobacco up inne la..pric.d car can Mich ,... '. Jeep,,
deck lu"'I e lock...
bed which he estimate will j

Charley E. Johns produce about OO.OOO plants, provided .
nothing hits It to prevent Its

STARLIN G"5 Agency Towing. The other bed Is not as ANDREWS
Those IS BTABKB.: FLA. large aa this one. f MOTOR CO.

Minnie Johns and girls Betty

t te e. r rr and Jackie! enjoyed a hog-killing I

... ..- In High Springs recently with the

.... ....."' armers' brother-in-law and sister Madison & Adams Sts. STARE, FLORIDA. Phone 118JAN251951

Uetraaantlnaj, THE TNAVCLMI. : Hartford Mr. and Mrs T. ).{. Crawford.The < .
1 A. P. Moore are here again _






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PACE noirr lUl.u>roBDCO.-ttr TELEGRAPH. 8TARKC. FLORIDA nUD\r

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JLt. F. M. William( Brave Pilots New Local Board -r
Among 'f't'!' -"" "'! :,''It'- "
I ,:: : .] ,... } ; )
Doing Grand Job With Carrier Wing Set Up For Clay i .e : :


1st Lt. Francis Marlin ",\' '." .. ,.,'". ....., ,,_,. ,.,,__..... I..., ." ,-""" ,,, County Registrants
of T 8 WUUam of a-ar M *adust \
fan
: 'S-jfirmg' !: Monday. Jan 3$, ClanSelect :;
bo> assigned v> th.* <.'- :
L LiIU" .- '. Service -
've registers
Troop Carrier Wing: a rr a:",:0 .- I
-y report to the new Locar
of the Fr" Cast< Air F'-r'.. r' 'C acargo "" .. J .. 'J", (. C '.- .': .t that has been set upc j' iTHDAY
Command K-.mn: A' .
'
-.
\ a/Viuarter: ln Green Cove
Het Is a pilot.
I. E--g'
Dortng World War (1 '"> KI'V1f' f BALI
21 months overseas w *h '.-.' A,7 ., :MEwTotby TIDy I.i clerk of;

Vote as a CoRvnunirat riff i ,,1 :' -n, brje.nl, and Clifford Geiger Ja r rrr
.an. J
4Pr. indudtng Mrvice in Air1 .e, It .I''.
Uy Corsica Japan the PT 1':1'-: t: 4 ;} Gwinty rcgUtraats bad!

and Oosm. His wi/. the wormerJtraraette I Ii u :; been served by Local 'I[ ,

: : V Mien< of Ki,.he.J i Beard No 18 In Starke. The Surke,

Va, and heir six yer':,.d senSUctaanl ul ff! a will continue to serve j
: ;
live" '' in Stark i UM I ., registrants in Bradford and Union I

former Manas bouse on N Wai C.unties, :Mrs.. Rhoda Dampter.lerk .I

trot St., which they refrr y par* I : announces. "
tilane+iThe i iI l

i3U Troop Carrier Wag i1!! AND FLOOR
I JI, + RECENT BIRTHS SHOW
i was the firm Air F'rrr p cacrve i II

I Wing to be mobilized in the Korean RODGER D\ID COZATT '

War on August 1O. and is a Inao. "" ".. .. '. Mt..od :)Ira J. R. Cozatt. Jr .1 1 .
mlt of the. Far East. Combat Cam: la ..4 a 7 '
-- --- am the pro lid paren U. "

Command Korean Airlift wh.rh u rain and activity by military v... pound, 4 Ounce baby son. born I II I <

firing tint combat freight to thTTfund hi'Jes, has been fined in with. sane I ,January 22 at Lake Shore .!

( unite and the Fifth Air and make-Wt roads,, and .la now, Lake City They have named him \ii .
Force outfit fighting on the front Rodger David. Mrs Cozatt: wasformally '
fairly decent Many of the origin i .
Unea. It hauls high priority uppliea Peggy' Dale of Starke. e.
;tjnpply shortage caused by Ut >e :' ",

and ,tanks gasoline ammunition for fighter f arlve UH after the men have beeovarU" Lake Wales the" :
announcing
:: and rockcU: ], airplane' pub are ''TUESDAY
remedial The men of the Charles Allen USO
sad uppl>e., medical supplies and birth of a baby boy, -
,437Ui, Wing have bad t" show ,
: i a born January 20 at the Lake
Imrnan blood and combat pe/istm-/
'great deal of Ingenuity and originality Wale Hospital. He !a the son ofrMr. I
lid and paratrooper to the front
line ...... On return trip, the'; In solving' the many problems and Mrs. Cecil R. :Moore of NIGHT BUILDINGJANUARY

P! "31'. big C-46""Commando-aircraft: of daily living and working Archer and grandson of :Mrs. D.
under these condition W. Moore of Starke.
feauil sick and wounded soldiers to,
In I Without the fine work of t'U1th
kosptlals Japan .1
.,I UL. WUIiama and the other pilots''' and the other units of the ffT3L 30 9:00 12:00
I(I : -
snake these flight under hazard-!, Combat Cargo Command t many w.c :

vas conditions of wind and storm;! American lives would have been
lost Without the. and DISTILLERS HAVK ALWAYS
See and anow., ammunition flown In ground WANTED THE PRICK OF CORN
of north Korean baae*.', many ;c. '
I I aver treacherous and dangerous unit. would have been annihilatedor RAISED SO THEY WILL GET I .. S

mountain range Many of their' suffered Infinitely greater losses 1' IT INSTEAD! OF THE HOGS. ASi

\ Jamlmg have been on dangerous .. than actually occured. Without -!I i\\K VIEW IT. HOGS WILL GET '. I
'
b1m11and1n.: .. strips where. the gasoline airlifted In. many : IT IN EITHER C.\S!:. '

j crews anon Uma had to dodge fighter planes would have been:: If. E. ZIMMERMAN !. t

i ground fire and shell boles at the grounded and many tank and supply .! VNION 9iGYAL.CLASSIFIED,
vehicles' would have been im The
Greatest
j sera* time. Ground fire from Climax .
; Worth Korean guerilla baa become mobilized. Without the blood and I

Increasingly tuipleaaant as American medical supplies flown In. many

; troop.) have retreated _lb- live would !have been lost. Theapeedy ,;
air evacuation service of
ward.During.
.
t .
the Korean Airlift has reduced the'death '- -
their two months la Japan .

,./ ,: worked. the under 437th extreme Wing airmen handicap have>I rounds rate to a low from percentage sickness of what and I' R..abl..barn All narrrne Make* _RP.retn_All-.arw.r.nl.....m............. To The 1951 MARCH of DIMES

It could: have been. i tHe.. C. HKrHKMI Drive
of supply bousing find w'e.Uwr.\\ rrl .. ....._.. %..r.. 4P"- tae/
I' AHbougli the men had to steep la a The Korean Airlift flyers of the ..

,: damp unheated hangar for day*.' 137th Troop Carrier Wing operating FOR and SAIJB ate-of r Twin Rent Pin the properly Uroc:.rr ,

rtntertzed tent have now been round the clock sometime. fly. and 8rvle Station t mil. north
_4 FU_ H*.
Clarke
t built and are reasonably comfortMe. *-)'mulUpl.landing missions that take'I' on It.
p
I D. A. J..d. 4tp 1121n.Roalte __ "> .'.
: 1 The tent area. originally a .s much as 28 hour without deep. U" .

J of mud because of constant 'They are doing a fine Job. ,: DIO.PHO"O""PH"II L CI1).Aims. *. "

Pf"T"HI.K". ....r....... ADMISSION
75c
PER
CHAHL e. ..HrPUFNDcrc : PERSON
Julia the other day to look for a, A ...._ .u. hark.MOvDIq .

f Senior Class ling? i 4
kind.
BRADFORDH1LITES HACTJXO of any
I Look like there won't be many' !(.. Billy Jaekmn. Jackcnn Tran
,.p Co.. Ph. III nr 4 -W. UJtTWT .
concert or play. this. ye.r.t-,
BUS, due to the fact there la no RECEIVED::' car seed potato
I dare full stock of ..rd.n and By'CARL
f}place to have them. The termite t4 .**.t. 1M. u. b.lor. burltur Music ROBERTS'
I j problem you know. I Our prle.. arc rl.ht. All ...>! arc ORCHESTRA
I
H. I.
rh ap r than last sefaon.
Wen, and that I I.
exam art over
| Welt basketball ..non..Is s-I Brown l .. StP 1121!

why you' nee so many student I bout half way over, ,Surely enjoy)

I walking around t"eampus" .-with, seeing those fat games, especially,COMPOSITE I II TEM. ideal BOOKKEEPING tor email bt .ln STS......
that one Friday night Bvvrrthln-.0.> need In one book.
;iI
that haggard look on their face..,I II If 8.. It at Bradford County
I The PTA ha. taken over the I tf
Boy. Do i f1 sorry for those poor,. Tlvraph.

students who had to take the Friday night at the usa But';roil RENT; D..irabie X or a room Entettllnment *

1 xams and even more so for theteacher. what happened when it closed ai / apt lit mI to>.1 flood or I I.dle.h.! llr.."P.o.o.. x lit Daacisg

who had to crada them. p I i bit_ early taut Friday night And '
I FOR BALE houM la' 1"* to b. moved -
Seem that Romance i L. In full
,
j who did I see outalde under theI I TOO n.h.A..b.r Fornylh I
r Ioom early this year, or 1* It al.i !-I street light? Bad: busineta.I I Rt. J Ron 71 B. Stark, Fla.4lp. 1"

i way like this? I Tonight we play Uelrose In the, .

j Why was Mary Francis playing'I armory. Hope to see you there. So' FOR YOUR FARMALL : Refeshments >
I amen a'hard game-of basketball:r'I long until the next. .
Vrlda-v' night? Was It because of I Trartor and I.tfornatlo..a'Jlan..ter : .

D. W.? By the way. Connie! Refrigerator '
Growth Of Area ".. : ,t'; r
In at the
what caused you to be so energetic Stop ,,JJ., I' ', .'
tat you go through the window. j i I Reflected In FARM. HOME Ml At'TQ .

What's this. mix-up between F. P. &. L. Figures SUPPLY t ''
Sytvta and Jerry? I* it positive -'If' !-

cue negative? And why does Sylvia a1!I I I t This area Snowed a healthy Increase WANTED Rcmlneton or Browning : YOUR ATTENDANCE WILL HELP ..',,: '
keep questioning Patsy B. about .
In building activity during If *ua* automatic quail sun. .
certain little charm that aha.I* Will bur outright or trade I
', 1950.: compared to 1949. J. H. Du- eharle. Darbr. >tp tit'
wearing? Could It be that It t>>e-.. Pre manager for Florida( Power : ':' '

bop to Pigmy 1 and Light Company, elated yeater- WANTKn fnrnlnhxf..bedroom In town. house Permanent. un-. IN THE FIGHT TO S.TRIKE'BACK AT POLIO :.

Bet Mia Biahop I grad legal day In disclosing figures for Lb.past tenant. Mont b. roaaonahlo Writ.
Huth Johnson, Orange Park. Fla
treat cast off her leg. It was years. U lilt

rated burden wasn't it. Nina? The number of new electric .
.d
JUST RKrBtVKD! Carload po-
Cat tell me more about the dlartrm -!service connected .is a reliable index tatoe.. Ifav full clock of ..r-

oa nh tinge?. Congratu-. to the" number of new build-j den *.ri Our.ld prtoeare...
J.atkaLSeams I Ings completed'." DuPre said. During sand ar. cheaper than last sea- TimeI.
th* kids at the Baptist i 1949:In our Blandlng ""nn-H_H ,.. PrnwnU.. tip SH I

Church have found "the thing'i i 'we connected 109 new BTRI'P: made of finest *n.,a. can,

,, But contrary to the song. It I Is I I customers while during dr.triCt.\: \II .P nta.r .Fe llon.B oek Farm-<1. Hercer b.tw..atfi nTh ..

sax** likable and lots of fun. :i I connected 123 an .. .r.._ Hampton. 4t 11*

Th' alee Club M.ma to be quiet per cent. roiiawarl I

>ot without Mr. Caoova. Surely! "Although 1919 was considered' FOR.d SALE, i lnn-.rnprlr Foldingsingle. mattr... flood RUBY HELP FIGHT
all be glad to han her back.' condition, Ideal for that extra GIVE
a year: of unusually great construction sea t IU 10. Beatrice Cady, Kln...- OLSON POLIO
,I :Seems that Mr, Perkins put a activity, these figure I 1." Lake or Writ. Box J/.. IU.I GUIDON
a3r9 to their wandering around In Indicate that 19SO was an even fftark. Itp JOHNS 'TILl4 IT HURTS!

lla. bills though. j I better FOB RENT Boomy apartment n.wy -
year. .
'The Senior working' decorated all modern convonnr Refrigeration TORODE
are really
"We are very proud of the record !I. ... Hultable. for couple, ..... BEAUTY '
bard-lly on ought the annual to be good.this year.They've It'' achieved by our community. I' K M. I/onit. 400 N. Walnut Itp CHEVROLET R U S S 5 G R I L L

I' The number of building eompleted FOR HALE-Hon.. trailer for 1. almost
errea got mme of the Junior run new and new, Will ..11 at real bar SHOP SERVICE
tag. around selling subscription: Including many I gain for At the CO ,
attractive residences. Indicate. fialvatlnn: :; "ykC": near Keystone .
I for 1C Could that be some of Mr. that the condition of our area .Is1prosperous. H..la-nt.. Itp PLACE GEO. KOPELOUSOS
C TaJn'. doing? I I
." =,FOR RENT-*-ro..m furnished, bedroom
Say What about somebody!I I and kitchen, 110 per mo. .
telling me what "Tell my mama' DuPre bald the power company Working people preferred apply .4 6 ,,
410 <'. "t.. Ht.rke. Itp ....
1r'.a about to faint." Is all about I' in its current expansion and Improvement nl r ,

j r o..aa I It concern T. B.'? II | program has greatly HOtTHB now" occupied l by Rev.. Pearce FLORIDA JOIN
I Increased Us facilities to make tile will be vacant about Peb 1. Vrf.ent ""NEW & USED _
Vsiarla. that sure la. pretty; tenant. will show home If In* STROUT
n9tt you're wearing. Why did benefits of electric' service available t-rented Mr. A. 8 Crews, Wln- The Marc .of Dialer FIGHT ,
to Florida' growing popula <1I,. Hotel', Jcfcnvtll Up LIGHT
'ytmw' nt to turn It over and wearM INFANTILE
I wn the other aide? tlon and to Improve aervtre. In pnrr* RBXT 4 room unfurnlaheil.l REALTY The Car of
the matter of line alone. Florida I .* South Water m Itp &
! Who was that I saw following t
I Pig and Van Wa It "the boy."? I Power and fight during the pat PARTNER WANTED-V.r" good HOUSTON'S AGENCY PARALYSIS. Your Choice
five extended It* distribution opportunltir for intelligent' perpon.Reqalrep POWER
I BY the way. have you heard from year small capital Inquire J. P. ROBERTS
them. lately I I and transmission lines froma tro-Mtudlo. at Junction HlirhwayaI1T "
1 total of 6,309 mil. to 0,629 I and 100 I ml. Booth of 8tarke.f \
tear Jack Maaen. Bert New- SERVICE DONG
s.np.nella Itp
_...'.h _....4_ Harold Da via. were.. i mile, an Increase of S per cent. CO. F. c. MOTORS
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.I'f. .ve1. as coaches for the Midget I !I I I FOR.<*r.RENT-a.nd porch room and house bath with Couple barkI : : r:: AUTO SALES

Baseball team. Good luck boy. I Cpl. Leon Tried preferred III< nv.. 1 l.J mil* ,
| nut on old Brownto Rd. Mr.. M. ',
Looks like my rich Uncle Sam I lss Home On LeaveCpl. 1.. f....on, phone Ida Itrt -: ..
trrtrif to take all the boys fromBlia. 6 ,.. _
Rr.NT-I bedroom house, nlceIr
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1 Surely will be a dull place p Leon Trleit has returned fural..hed. Inquire R. K, MMTI- B. P. O. .
I Howards
tor the gals. dnrf. eorner Christian and Pratt DeWrrr C. Drugs
i to his station at Fort Ord Calif .tr..t or phone I71-J It
Why was Mr. Ingnm after pending a ten-day leave STARKE
AND
a twitch on hi. face lat wearln'l with his parents Mr. and Mr. S. rnR......"."I.pondltton. mmotip with youth Innerwnrlne bed In JONES ELK S KOCH DRUG

See that Monty I I. sporting Ken'ffane E. Tried of There***. ....t.-... which' need covering.. PRESCRIPTIONS
ring now but It I I. abouttfi'Ine. l tit no rail n...'. 'DvaU *4, nr TELEPHONE
I A veteran of overesea duty orb. any au. "'..rlt.. 11 ,
don't think Three hard
' you having spent It month rn Okinawa. Quick Action Price .. FUNERAL HONESTY
: $2000 STORE
Cpl. Trieit has been at Fort CO.
V7he Is this little blackhead who a ...t.n.. nrrerlnaMeal. tiMintrvllvlnr SAFETY "
"beat 9. T:s time with Ann M? i Ord for the pt year. a person- In nl..nt home: II.. liiravnnlr .. DIRECTORS 3TARKE FLA. (
.el administration technician with S I.' ml In Stprke. 1ml to DEPENDABILITY
Bat It seems he has already tArepdwelling: ", nf' sturdy! eonp'rnrtlon -
the Sixth Infantry Division. 1.rm.. S S .
Interest In B. M. I. pnrchea -flreniiw
gaited a new Phone .
! H* baa been In the service since .lac! pecan shade trees. 19 Starke Fla.
Sorry to hear We are going to 1IxA barn, nonltrv. h ! r low two of the" boy from school i October 1918, having enUBt..ddurinw ...". h"et ahnnt an In till***. all )
1 his senior at Bradford fenced. T nrnee. 1* Pecan *rf.:
Think Ocle and I year .
the Air
to Corp. -.r. be'e1* .rl ilnwn.
1 Verona will make good pilots? High School. lie took his basic I ,. ...."illne..nrth. HTWOf'T
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.11:sALn'v. Its !n Ce. .
training at Fort Jackson S. C. Walm.l qr ks
Wonder Phyllis ran tn
up
d why i I Fin, Bargain Lists Mall' Free

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