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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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li: Blanding's Prospects Brighter COUNTY. TELEGRAPH


|An editorial from The Gainesville Daily Sun) :;i; ;

cars tQ b e In line for reactivation in the event the natlou's

is Intensified. While there Is nothing certain. (Ifland e&tn0I.
, t' Btlon no plan one In authority In Washington has publicly committed! Official County Publication Established In 1879 *4l10': .j

\ i have the feeling that It will not be too many months be- -- '-- '- !
war-time training center is again turning out trainees ; OLt'ME; SKENTYTW O - - -- ----
: \ Sr.VRKK, LOI II\, I''ltIn.\\ FKIIHURY 2, 1931'
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I said in these columns some months ago that we felt' any de- ---- i

Blandlng should rest strictly on military require- Reddish Gets Key
I' ceardlng
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of Commerce\ Starke and those assist- Assured Andrews :
? that the Chamber Factory Declares
.I ("!rJ.'W mt ere entirely justified seeing that the splendid facilities' still To Cell In K eJail} ;

.1- there should not be overlooked when the time caine to ex

k5 ]g Blanding's potentialities before the Pentagon, theyl1'4I ---- --- .
1wIE 'n keeping Construction Will To Start
," lially helping to insure the ;taxpayers that tile land roads i j Soon :

\ buildlnis and other facilities remaining there will\ not go to I
{
.! ;.' While much of the value has been stripped from the property i

IP close of World War II. the task of re.opening Blandlng wouldh REMEMBER THESE NAMESWith Contract For Steel And Other Critical ]

easier quicker and cheaper than establishing a new camp Materials Have Already

ize and usefulness.
encouragement regarding Blandlng comes from Ma). Been Executed
latest what We believe to be a feeling of pardonable

,je., [ark Lance, adjutant general of Florida, who was quoted bypt pride the Telegraph invites the attention of its readers to

E. L. Matthews ot the Ktarke Chamber of Commerce as a significant advertisement appearing elsewhere:! in this issue. Establishment of a work clothes! manufacturing plant in

g that the future status of the camp depends entirely on the Those who read it might well wonder CAN THIS IfESTARKE Starke was apparently assured this1 week with the completion

lot intensity reached in the military training program> General] ; ? i of arrangements to borrow approximately half of the funds:

: ecalled that present camps are nearing capacity loads and that An advertisement paying EMPLOYEES:: ; WANTED: Not necessary for the construction of the factory buildlnll'-- _

al camps must soon be put back Into service If the defense JOBS WANTED, mind! you but EMPLOYEES WANTED. I The announcement was made
He said that on a recent trip to Washing by Guy Andrews, president of
Bontlnues to grow. 1 11'1 it too much to hope that this is the beginning of a i
that the opening of landing would receive EMPLOYEES Bradford County Dtvlopment- i
i.., was Informed now and more prosperous era for Starke?
Enterprises Inc., *
b
,'e.nd'- favorable consldci atlon. havehe With all arrangements virtually completed for the construction WANTED organized for the purpose corporation; of sell-
to note that Army representatives
'''''Wtalso,, encouraging of our factory building, it seems that Starke at Ing stock to finance the factory
within the past few days to review the disposition The first rail for .
camp long last will soon be numbered among the proud cities that empioyecetas construction.
0 surplus property which Is going on through leaned l l yenterduy. I). M.'
by
of' msly designated can boast of having an industry of its own. \Mr Andrews said that up to date
Commission. Some of such property would Mcrloff. Jr. In a long distance
t B improvement Although some additional stock in the corporation musrt $26,000 worth of stock has bean
useful If the camp Is again put Into operationand I still be Mold t.'lrihnnfl| n\emallon\ with the
edlY be developments this week have been so favorable subscribed and that arrangementshave
.
t that could' be used to save the taxpayers money should be that those who have worked tirelessly on this project for the Telegraph.The North Carolina work been made to borrow a Ilk.

the government's possession. past four months can now see daylight.It rlntho.* iimnufwturrr said that amount

ave no crltlclsmof the wholesale disposal of facilities at of tin-the _____ hasn't been an easy job. But anything worthwhile the follow,'Ins",; are tvanti>di: "This still leaves us with the

ring recent years. At that time there was no threat N Sfldom is. they say It wouldn't have been easy in a town Two young men, around 80 necessity of soiling about $10,000(

war and every dollar paid the government seemed to be a ___ several times the size of Starke, and we think the mere fact yi'.r* old, draft p,,iniit| to train worth of additional stock," the

tved for peacetime operation. At the same time, local govern- ,1 that seventy-nine public-spirited citizens!, businesses, and for .\vliig machine mrrhiinlcn.Tlirro corporation pros Ident said. "Now
Individuals were greatly benefitted. Now, however, then I organizations have had the that success of the enterprise la
ind foresight to invest their money young; men around SO
is different. AU over the nation the government must stop in this project is the finest commentary on the spirit of our y..ar".II. draft rxi-rnpt. to train: assured, we believe this will ba

osal of property that would be useful In the defense effort. To 'community I : that could be made. It is a tribute to the three two-for ruttrm and on,, for trouble forthcoming," without too much

property continue to filter Into civilian uses would be little F's FaIth, Foresight and Fortitude. marker :
All branches of the armed services, we Two women, 25 to S3: He commended the Starke Woman's :
f f criminal negligence. Now that the "dream" is about to become a reality, we year .
and freezing thatIt old, to train for fnrrlutllvs. Club on taking a share In
In reviewing surplus think
irmed are now engaged the general public is entitled to know the identity of letter of the corporation and urged that all
application be
they can use. :' these seventy-nine who are helping to insure the future of rilml may other civic groups do likewise."It .
with
the :
of the move to re-open Illg Dud M<|nn-
much
will\ undoubtedly' hear more Starke by bringing in a steady payroll to Is most
from time to time to I supplement our teetering Co. of Htarko., flu., encouraging to seaour ,
\\z, and some of us will be called upon al- I agricultural income. rant of Guy Andrfws, and Mr.' womenfolk taking an active ,
jiur neighbors In Starke In their efforts We believe they We believe that those who will have employment in this SI..loff11I be In Stark' on Interest In a matter of this kind"

knoW that Gainesville Is 100 per cent behind them and that factory will welcome this opportunity to learn the names of I'elmiary. IS, to Intrrtlew applicant Mr. Andrew said. "Through this I

Jiimunity, Is as vitally interested >In seeing the big camp hum with the men and women who made it pOI IS'ible. Some day, perhaps *. action they have indicated that I
Sheriff P.
D. Reddish (at left above) Is seen as ha received the keyto
r.kI raatheyare. they will want to call) on them in their places of business The..... Mho qualify for thnit.. they realize their responsibility to
_ the first completed cell In Bradford County's new $65,000 Jail, now the and I
and express appreciation for their foresightedness PositiOnS will go to the ...,lnA"- community want to hawa I
under,construction. This cell Is the sanitary metal cushioned "seclu
We believe also that the teachers in our schools will want ton N. C. plant for a |prIid|. of share In anything that Is for the I
sion room", where the Insane Incorrigibly drunken "
violently
or prisoners good of Starke.
Totals $200,000 the names of those who striving to make training.
ling In Progress will be held for safekeeping. The key Is being presented to sible for more underprivileged are children it possible for C Negotiations for the factorysite I
Sheriff Reddish by Jesse E. Creech. designer of the patented cell that to come td school are In their final stage and
Jr. A building permit was wearing adequate clothing and be able
i $200,000 in new construe Bessent, provides ">afe, humane facilities for the handling of unfortunates who to pay for their Town the corporation expects to have a
In the amount of $5,000 hot lunches in the school cafeteria. Series E Bonds
,.ow in progress! or has Just issued must be restrained due to their violence and super-human strength." deed to the property by the end of ,
mpleted in Starke,, / A new apartment house, valued by It is lined with stainless steel and cushioned between the outer wall, I i We believe too,. that church officials will want to know To Be ExtendedFor this week. According to present I
constructed
currentfcuU'V.g. at $?.00 Is being I the names of those who striving to make l is .
king tha on and the lining with foam rubber making it resilient so that an Inmate are possible for plan. the factory will be located
Ten Years
Methodist Fred Leonhard on his property citizens of this to lend at Tenth and
m Is the $83,000 wilt not be Injured by falling or lunging against the walls.;-Photo many community more substantial' financial Church Streets.
building now well along North Cherry street. support to the church in the future than they have D. S. Slcel':>ff. president of the
Another house, valued at 15.000 by Tony Stevens. in the Secretary of the Treasury John Slrtloff
past. Manufacturing Co. of
itruction. ..
North W. has announced the
Snyder
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fend* list is Bradford is under construction on We believe Lexington, N. C., has announced
on the that our county and city officials will want to offer holders' of

"s new $65,00 jail which ',Cherry new for.addition Carl Steinhagen.of several units [Army Says Surplus BIG BASS to know the names of the persona who are working to make Treasury Series E: savings plan bonds an opportunity that a separate corporation ..willba \
the 't>
A formed
within for the tier.
be completed it possible for more people to their taxes and to \ another operation
ha' Just been completed by Ray: At Camp Blanding pay promptly keep their bonds: I It will be knQwi'asb.'
lew weeks. for his El Rancho Motel help) carry the burden of an ever-increasing tax load. ', ten years at 2.9. per .cent.inta*( :. BIIJlid
drive-In restsei /- Strong Manufacturing Co. 'of' SUrke
ieautlful Dew town. ll" Not Needed ,..... ? y- We believe that in.future year .the boys and. girls of rest and to retain the Government ,
.T lU t.a..JllW:: nprth';jgf, .!: v oj.ng Fla, taking Its title from Uie- trade
01$ '
finishing touches These.rand"aeveraf smaller pro- 0 today will want to look back and know the names of those Interest rate on long term Treasury name of one of the lines of work
the to in about Jects bring the curent construc.eeklJ. I ITbe Department of the Army ,_who helped to make it possible for them to stay in Starke bonds at 1.0 per cent. clothes manufactured by the
|Ill be ready open has advised Congressman CharlesE. I without to leave Three choices will be offered to
The owner Is W. A. tlon total to around $200,000. having their homes' and friends and relatives company.
Bennett that. no property at holders of the to seek employment abroad. Contracts for the steel and most I
of value to the
Camp Blanding i Yes we believe that these and others'' which begin maturing May of the other
and in critical
many now materials togo
Girls Set Scoring Record With 78-52; Army Is being removed from the 1, the secretary said In an addressto .
site the future will want to have these names on record, and we Into the building were negotiated .
surplus.
_ma Will Journey To Lake Butler Friday The as report was made following i take pleasure in publishing the list below. Undoubtedly, there Hoard 1,200 of persons Trade at luncheon the New 11th"York by Mr. Slceloff and Mr. Andrews I

an on-the-spot checl,made recently will be others to add to this list in the days and weeks to Hotel Commodore. last week. The recent Government

I girl's cage team continued Against Callahan the girls wenton by Col C. O. Frake of the Sup. come, and we will be glad to .publish supplementary lists as Holders may cash their bonds, order restricting certain
with
| this week by another scoring spree and added. types of construction does! not apply I
g games past considerable ply Corps. The department said new names are continue to hold to present" bonds
Hg Melrose 78-52 and Calla- all reserves playing that equipment at the camp was Up to date, here are' the names of the seventy-nine. We with an automatic Interest-bearing to factory buildings the ,
HelenBarry I
68-34. manufacturer ,
&8-34. while the Bradford time, won handily for In such small quantities and of suggest that our readers clip this list and save it for future extension which will amount to said.
_on easily over Melrose 48-28 dumped in 24 points .i variety of items that the cost of I reference. These are the firms and organizations Mr. Slceloff will return to i
Phyllis Stricklandwas persons, 2 0 per cent compounded at the end Starke on 12 which
honors February
|11 before a red hot Callahan scoring processing and transporting it who I by
are interested in your welfare and the upbuilding of our of ten or exchange the
at the second /with 22 and Mary years time it 1 Is believed title to theproperty I
night the
value to
8-41 Tuesday Frances Hazen had 19 points. would exceed Its ( community: bonds for current Income saving will be In possession of

rmory.Bishop's girls probably set For the first half, the boys game Ar-I'Most of the movable Items Guy Andraws Wm. H. OrahaDD.. ReddiskJ. bonds of Series G, which bear' Interest : the corporation and everything set I

ng record for Bradford team was close and the score tied 12 all were declared surplus In 1916 and W. Andrews B. A. (fLex) Green n. L. iteddisit every six months. for actual construction to begin
they downed Melrose girls at the end of the 1st period. Bradford turned over to the State Improve- Or'een Irvin Robbins It Is hoped that the 23,000 square I

with 'as accurate and sure held a slight lead of 4 points. ment Commission: for disposal. Joe Arnold RObert. O. J. P. Roberts Stanley Crawford foot building will be completedand I

is ever demonstrated. Phyl-'I 25-21 at halftlme. Callahan Just A, H. Bali\ D. C. Harper Starke Rotary Club f PromotedTo the plant ready for operationby

Ickland amassed the amaz- seemed to get going during the C. O. Barksdale Wm. To Jackson Sterke Woman'e Club s late spring. The necessary machinery

tal of 35 points for high 3rd quarter tho when they dumped Rites Tuesday For R. A. Bishop :1. F. Jsudon Cha. C. Shepherd Corpoial has already. been purchased

., followed by Mary Frances In 20 points against the locals Mrs. HemingwayMrs. O. C. Blumer Carl Johns E. T. Shull and Is. now stored In North \

-. /with- 23 and Helen Barry 8 points. It was all Callahan from Roacoe Bullington Charley E.,.Jotul. W, 8. Sibley Stanley Crawford son of RobertN. Carolina ready to be shipped her

|16. Norma Jean Seigler add- then on. Ford. of Callahan put Sarah Frances Hemingway. Maxie Carter DeWitt C. Jones D. S. Siceloff Jr. Crawford of Low try has recent. ss soon as the building U com I

points for Individual high for, On a show by himself netting 32 88, died at her home In Starke Sun. I Anthony Cermenaro :1. B.. Kelly Stephen E. Simmons ly been promoted to Corporal. pleted. :
ilelrone sextet. I points. and playing a fine floor day morning as the result of a Lacy Conway J. R. Kite T. H. Slade H. In currently assigned to Mr. Slceloff estimates that ha !
Jack Hazen set the pace: of North Headquarters Company tat Battalion will employ around 125 persons. \
Ithe boys contest. the score I game. heart attack. A native I WinD-LOvett C. A. Knight Joe S. Starling
I for the local scoring by pouring!: Carolina the had been a residentof C. L. dough George ICopelousos Volley F. Starling 28th Infantry Regiment. ot mostly white women, to start :
lied 14 all at the. end.< of 81 in 20 points before fouling out Starke for many years. I E. J. Shmer T. Frank Landrum Henry StefanelliR. the famed 8th Infantry Division.i with. The payroll will\ probably run

es but the locals pulled aheadd early In the last period. Marvle She was a member of the Airpark Pictured above Is Buck Bybee C. Dampier Fred Leonbard W. A. Stern Fort Jackson S. C.. with duty as a I between J.1,000 and $' ,000 weekly

87-22 at halftlrae. Mel- Warren was second with 9 points Baptist Church, of which her formerly of Ogden. Utah and now L. A. Davis L. I... Libby Ray Sfrong battalion clerk. he said.New. :

-1 fell behind tho In the last half Friday night the girls and boy! husband. Rev. L. G. Hemlngwa a resident of Starke holding a 131 I S. G. Denmark Ray W. Mapel Evelyn Stump Prior to entering the service on

Ithe Bradford team went Intolit travel to Lake Butler for traditional Is pastor. and one half pound black bus Denver R. Devrlck E. L. Matthewi F. F. Stuntp October 9. 1030: Corporal Crawfordwas Type Training '

man-for-man defense ami games. The Lake Butler girl* In addition to her husband she caught in Lake Lockloohn.! Bybce I)I W. E.: Dowling' O. :1. McGriff Lillian Stump employed by the Clay El: .rt- 'I

dded 8 points the whole lastTitle are undefeated, winning a total of Is survived by two daughters Mrs. used a three-foot casting rod with ,. C. n. Driggers Bob Metzjer A. :1. Thomas Sr.I rlc Cooperatives, Inc., In Keystone Course In Progress

the locals added 21, Jack 18
.: led again with 13 points. sporting 18 wins. 2 losses. Saturday Mrs. John H. Moyer Jacksonville: : : Doodle to -catch his prize, which I I J. M. Edwards The W. n. Mundys g, T. Thomas He Is married to the former

>d closely) by Thomas and night the girls and boys return one son. John H. Hemingway measured '7 and one half Inches :, Gary Ennis. C. fl. NBllworthy George H. Vam.pry Miss Ruby J. Carter of Lawtuy. Dr. Kimbel Wiles professor of

fer with 10 each and Warren games to Melrosi and next Elizabeth town, N. C; three broth overall. 1 I I Adolph Gay The W. H. NoUmans J. R. Wainwright He attended Bradford: High education at the University of

8. Hoaglund led his team Tuesday night go to Palatka for ers. E. Lennon. Starke; Dennis Earl Goodman '1'. '1'. Phlllipe H. C. Wall School and while In the service he I Florida Is conducting an In-Ser-

f with points. games.Woman's. Lennon Deland. and Luther Lennon Council Meeting Seeber D. Goodman Van Patel E. A. WinkleI'I has. attended the. Clerical Procedure -I vice Training Course at Bradford

Elizabethtown.. C.; and..one and Typing School. I High School each Thursday for the
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|I sister. Mrs. Lee Muggins r.aza-1 Postponed Until i next 16 weeks.
tka Area Club Miller G. C. Cox
Cpl.
I bethtown. N. C. Next Wednesday i i Margaret EmoryValdostaGlee The course Is described .. an

Itrymenleet Buys A ShareIn I Funeral services were held Tuesday -I' Given Courtesy Has Own Air Show Club Date I innovation in teacher training and<
I 1 afternoon at 3 o'clock In the I II I I Is
Bradford
The regular meeting of the City the seventh county in
Monday Corporation Church with Rev. Award At Rotary On D. C. NetworkCpl. For Feb. 22
I Airpark Baptist (Council will be postponed from Set the state to try It out. It permit
L. D. Haines officiating. Burial tile instructors to work "in the
Acting of the Palatka Area The Executive Club.Board In a of called the was In Crosby Lake Cemetery with I next Tuesday: until 9 p.m. Wednes. !| The Rotary Club's first annual Grover Cleveland Cox of the The Emory-Valdosta Glee Club, field" with teacher who are allowed -

C Producers Assn. will be Starke Woman's held last week, voted to DeWitt C. Jones. Funeral Home In day when a Joint meeting will be Courtesy Award was presented to 0001st T S U 9, G 0, familiarly will be heard here Thursday night, credit for three semester

the Putnam County court at meeting share of stork in the charge. held with the Board of Bond Trus- i| Mrs. Margaret Miller, cashier of known as "Butch" to hi. Army Feb. 22. under the auspices of the hour upon completion of the
Monday night. Feb. :5. purchase one
1k. Bradford County Development Enterprises tees. i|the local A & P Store. at the regular buddies, has acquired his own showon Stark. Rotary Club. The concert course.

1 1 pal speakers on this oc- .. Inc. Home DemonstrationClub The Trustees are going to Verol \ luncheon meeting of the club the air with the W R. A. H. will be held In the USO buIlding County Superintendent H. P.
at 8 P.M. Morgan stated that all of .
will be andowda Mrs. W. R. Morse president of Beach Tuesday to sit in on the: th.county'
Sen. Pierce MeetingThe Wednesday.Mrs. network in Washington. D. C., This widely known musical or. 73 white teacher are en
said "We are happy '
of Putnam County. the organization. community opening of bids on a new xenerat-1, Miller received the most where he Is stationed on duty In ganization was heard here early rolled In the course.

feblems of poultry producersarea to have a which part In we this all feel will Brooker Home Demonstration -i Ing unit there. [ votes In the club's Courtesy Con the office of the Surgeon General last summer and music lovers are Group sessions are held each

ford County will Be is discussed Included In mean project so much to Stark." Club met at the home of Mrs. The Council and Bond Trustees test held during December to select as publications editor. This Is not looking forward to another treat. Thursday from 4 to 6 p. m., followed
Howard Walt. Thursday, January W. H. Graham president of the, by dinner and recreation
latka The corporation was organizedfor : have been considering the purchase the' most courteous employeeof hi. first the airwaves a
area, and Mrs. W. R.j appearance on
work of the
that
18th. Plans for the Rotary Club. states hour from 6, to 7 p. m.. and concluded .
j secretary of the association, the purpose of constructing s of a new unit for the munic- business. establishment In at
coming year were made. At the any as tile age of six. he ed tickets will be placed low.prlc'j by another session fromto
I all producers In this county factory building in Starke. next meeting. members will make ipal plant here and the Trustees. Starke.In broadcasted with an older brother In the school: so that all

end the meeting next Mon- copper platters. At the close of the are going. to Vero to get an Idea i! accepting _the award. Mrs. over a Gainesville Station. Cpl. Cox may enjoy this fine 9.Dr.. Wiles U assisted In conductIng -
ght.
Several From Here meeting a delicious refreshment about the costs that will be In Miller expressed appreciation .to plays a guitar and sings as his the course by other Instructors .

is To Honor To Get DegreesThe .The Tours*members was served who by attended the hostess.the volved. I those .who had made the honor possible part of the entertainment. He Is Swindalls To Lead from. Morgan the University.Supt. stated that ha

meeting ,were. Mrs. W. E. Bigham. They will report their findings, for her. She stated that shs the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Cox Eustis Revival would like to have-patrons of the
ball to the Council at the meetIng -, ,
special
Squad following will\ be among Mrs. Ernest Edwards. Mrs. H. P. finds It a genuine pleasure to serve Sr. of Hampton and entered the school or any oUter Interested parson

Cheerleaders those receiving degrees in midyear Qalney. ]Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. next Wednesday. : the public and expressed her firm armed forces la 1943 but left after Mr. and Mrs. Homer Swlndall sit In during. the courses and
commencement exercises In Ross Home Demonstration I belief In the motto used by the will leave Monday to conduct al express opinions.Lovetts .
I Starke Lions Club will be the University of Florida gymnasium Dorothy Agent. Mrs. Howard Walt. Grass Fires Keep Rotary Club conducting the contest 18 months and only recently returned two-weeks revival meeting In

I next Wednesday night at a Saturday night Feb. 3, at Mrs." Laurence Wiggins.Farm Department Busy '! : "Courtesy Pays Dividends." to active duty this past Euxtls. I Features "*
dinner for members of the S o'clock. October. He was married to 11011811Vlr&lnl& ; Rev. Robert I-urrester minister
From Starke: A. T. Andrews I from the Christian Church in Eus-I
ford Tornado football squad Grass fires, resulting from the Mechanics Needed Bennett. of Arlington Va. Anniversary Sale
erleaders. Tha event will BSA; William S. Colaon. B3; Leon i Bureau News recent dry spell have caused theStarke In the Memorial Chapel January tls. will fill the pulpit here during;

place in tha Lions Den on ard Darby Peek. BEE: Rebecca M I to make, Positions for two auto 0. Mr. Swlndall's absence. The Lovett food stores are celabraUng -
County Farm Fire Department: are open
MEd: William\ Jess The Bradford If of the people) of Stirke the 32nd of
street. Simpson. at the Mr. and Mrs. Cox have two other any anniversary
Camp
motive mechanics
night five or six runa during the pastweek.
,
tured guest of the evening Woodham. Jr.. DEd; Theron A Bureau will meet o'clock Friday In the Fire Chief Plckett asks the'' Standing maintenance shop Col. J. younger sons In the service, Pfe. have relatives or friends In Eustis : the organization with a great food I

Head Coach Joe McMullen Yawn, Jr., LLBv Feb. 2. at 7:30: be cautious about A. Griffin announced yesterday. Ray Alvin Cox, who Is In the Army the Swindalls would like to have sale for nine days, Feb. 1-10.
A to
center. representative public more
._l tann University :who will Hampton: John Edward Mc Brooker community from Blue Cross will throwing down lighted matches' Applicants must be members of the Air Corp In Austria. and Pfe. Chas. their names so they may contact Ernest Phillips\ manager of {ha

and show films of the out- Lean Jr.,, BSBA. and also a re reMnta- and cigarettes In dry. windy per. National Guard or must Join the Robert Cox. who Is now stationedat them and visit them while they'! local store Invites the public to
ling games during the past Lake Butler: Carol N. Douglas be present! tod. Guard before starting to work. Ft. Devens. Mass. are there. come In and take advantage of
Farm Bureau hadquartera.
Jr.. B3F tlve of
BitE; Eustace Lee Kelly. j I IIIUQdred.! of price re.JuctloD1ri *.





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; Starkeite One Of Many Receiving Teacher I covery Mrs Mabel Mayhew and her I attend.The seventh and eighth grades --*
Bradford County Telegraph Training Practice Work At University baby daughter. Patsy, of Flint, have placed beautiful potted tables.plantson !1111[JALVAREZ' STORE Established:h1891

Mich. have been visiting her brother each of the dining room

E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNIIIIIIIDITOIIIrobUsbNI o ro and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs.L. Our school observed Arbor Day -..,
ESTABLISHED 187B A. Hall. with an appropriate program. A

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dlckson of lot of trees were planted.The .
fifth and sixth grades have The DRAPERY SHOP
Second China Grove, N. C., were visitors
Entered as
and curtains In their
Every! FrUayClam last week of Mr and Mrs Luther hung stenciled
It Matter at the Pout Office at Starke, Fla Watterson. class room. They also! have some 110 N. WALNUT BROWN BLDO

t ,, Mrs J C, Wynn has recently beautiful potted plants in their
MEMBER 1951 visited her uncle, Merrill Johns windows. The environment in UPHOLSTERYSLIP
children live work
and family In Green Cove Springs. Which these
$1JM) For Six Month Friends will be Interested to hear and play Is both restful and stimulating. COVERS O DRAPERIES K
V Subscription $:Z.60 AnnuallyHOW \ Miss Dorothy SwanbonIs
of Mr. and Mrs. Johns' second
.. daughter. Sharon Jean who was the official director of this hap. Furniture Repaired And Refinished

TO STOP BLACK MARKETS born three weeks ago. py group *6
controls there ex several of our Estimates Without Obligation
of price-and-wage Mrs. Perkins ana
( With the imposition Mrs. Thornton Johns and children
under which a 8o-ca led Black Market pupils have received letters from
fists again the conditions Gladys Edwin. W. Hand
I
War who moved to ,St.I Pick-up and Delivery
flourishes. And once again, as during the last World Emily. Norma Jean Jones. Ea'rleen Donald Slade,
there will be many appeals for folks to patriotically abide by Nazworth. Martha Sue Brooklns Petersburg. We miss him very

the law. There will be many who will obey not only the letter and Connie Sweeney attended the I much. r
sad today
of the controls. And there will be Borne who birthday party for Emojean Hall Our student body Is
but the spirit because of the death of Mrs. Eva Every Branch of
the Black Market, and a comparative few held at the home of her slater,
will patronize whomwe
Black Markets and make large, Illegal !Mrs. Ernest Trleat, In Theressa, on I Pierce, our near neighbor,
people who will operate all loved because of her beau- INSURANCEH.
gains.; And there also will be a lot of speculation a:* to what I Tuesday afternoon of last week. tiful Christian life. Mrs. Pierce is

causes a mack Market. Emojean was celebrating her 12th the sister of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson .- -- -- .
\Ve think the answer lfl ridiculously. if embarrassingly, birthday anniversary. Bedenbaugh, who are connected

simple. Mrs.. Housewife and Mr. Wage Earner, you and you : W. M. S. with our school. r

' ; alone are responsible for the Black Market. You people who Mlnnlo Lou Ifa.z.ray of Htarke I* pictured; above helping' first' The W. M:. S. met in the homeof Theodore Durden, one of our seventh C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE

? buy the everyday necessities of life can refuse to buy any graders at the 1*. K. Yonge Laboratory School lit Painting work as Mrs. J W. Horne for the regular grade pupils. Is sick this .

thing over the legal ceiling! price, no matter what the circurn- part of her course In pdtiratlon at the University, bf Florida. I monthly program on Thursday week. PHONE 146
stances are. You refuse and the racketeers, the gamblers, the January 25, with nineteen members Earleena Norman, who has hada

chiselers, all of them will have huge supplies of sugar, meats, Future teachers preparing for a couraged to work with youngsters and five little Sunbeams sprained ankle. Is better, but Constant Service Over 50 Years T"
want to mention, and no place to sell them. classroom career In the College of In such programs as playgroundwork jrespit Topic of th program was still walks like Hopalong Caasldy.. .
t or whatever you hypothetical example. I.et's say a New Education at the University of Sunday schools and scout- 'God Is Moving, Who Can Hinder Do you wonder why the Hampton
Let us take a should start to buy up all the sugar he Florida are given ample opportunity ?" with the opening song "Jes school had no news last
York City racketeer lie accumulates a huge hoard of it In to understand children and t<: ing.In the latter part of the junioror us Calls Us." Prayer was by the week? Very easy to explain. The y

t can get right and now.then waits for the scarcity to be felt. Whenit work effectively with them at' first part of the senior year leader, Mrs.. Barbara Hill and editor was sick.
i warehouses levels. members took in the
eight part
many age *
enroll In
they a course entitled
that all the sugar anyone
is, his agents let it be known Hundreds of these teachers Inthe "Children and program Mrs. Lila Dyal was appointed -
the ceiling. Learning" and
than I
wants is available at a price, much higher making: have found their prac- leader for the February

The result is that unless.we all, each and every fortune.one of us And, re- Ice work with small fry not only with through children participation In P. K.In Yonge class 'work Lab ,meeting at the home of Mrs. Hill Arc & Acetylene REASONABLEcharges
fuse to buy it. the racketeer makes a fabulous ;; Interesting but also extremely Mrs. Horne was assisted In enter-
oratory School, learn
they to relate -
n the sugar, which should have been distributed to all people, valuable In their educational pre. theory to taming by her daughter, Mrs. WELDING
practice under the
alike generally is used by those who area Betty May The hostesses served
A
h III. well-off and poor ; paratlon. direction of the school's teachers C attended with the finest of
delicious apple pie with Ice cream,
It. the University student!
Among
' ) : and a staff of specialists.
': eif0foUowinrg the practice which we advocate here of obey, now busy In the classroom gaining When he completes this coffee and coca-cola. LATHE WORK sincere serving bring to us the friend
Ing the price ceiling law religiously means some sacrifices or practical experience ;with pupils la participation Junbrams O
"< hardship, then it is up to us all to meet it gladly. How else, Minnie Lou Hazen Patray, daughtr education phase student of the is program: the The Sunbeams met Sunday afternoon -Fully Equipped JF ship of the great communities which
ready for Internship at the Church for
the defense effort, can we to of Baptist
other than working hard for Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen of Makes "
Machine
"hell-on-earth In teaching-the final their program with nineteen present Portable
hardships privation, tarke. we serve.
R any extent share the step In the undergraduate programfor Mrs EuJle Allen and Miss It Possible To Come To
uniform have to endure. In the College of Education, the t9
1 which men in
t our the Edith
elementry teacher. Chason were in charge. The Work.ENGINEERING .
cutagain
meat ration
people have just had their respective elementary schoolteacher !
i The English Now participating In the first Songs were sung, games played, ADVICE DeWITT C. JONES
of meat
I : and now are living on about,nine cents worth a begins by observing children I'after.which cake was served to the
week. And so far as we know the English will take it in both Inside and outside the grade program at P. K. Yonge little ones FREK OF CHARGE

I i stride, as they have been doing ever since 1939. This.is not classroom. As they continue pre. School, Mrs. Patray Is a senior at The Musical Evangelists, Mr. Phone 7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance.
to suggest' that the English are a better or stronger paratlon for teaching they are en. the University. and Mrs. Lester E. Miller and son. C. DEVLINWelding C
w any means Funeral
I I 9 I I people than we are. But it does show that any hardship Bobby were Monday night super Director Senfa!]
which have to face'wl11..be minute as compared with > guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. & Repairs
we
may I Our local funeral. hOme enable. tut to offer convenience i iservices
the world. ;May ALTON ROAD
I all
over
existing
those available.We
.
The obvious answer, then to the Black Market is to noteven School News STARVE, FLORIDA not otherwise (

i I let it get started. And you, and you. and you, Individu- Sixty of our pupils were In some HOURS 0:00 TO 10:00: P.M. ,, 0

I. ally are the only ones who can stop it by refusing to pay over religious The Hampton service PTA last will Sunday.meet on furnish the, highest type service at lowest p

the legal ceiling price. February 6. The room which has Before 8:00 '.M. Phone accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, Prlcetti.

1, tl.e most parents, grandparents 00 Starke company, a* payment In part or In full on a .
LO, TilE POOR NICKEL! ty tuna gtfwessAfofirPONCA.NEBRf and friends present wUl be givena s Consultation carries no obligation.
It is a sign of our times that the good old five cent pieceIs party. All parents are urged to --- -- J fsrr.e

becoming for all intents and purposes as extinct as the ==

buffalo and the Indian which used to decorate it. Not really Wherein I quilt and cook and ,the house The men are gone on a I 5i

extinct of course, for the "nickel" is still with us but it has clean. I sing and pray and visit funeral. Diggers Is looking out a I

lost most of its former purchasing power. with my neighbors I go with Don low window In the back bedroom.He .' R ,
ep
'Time was when it was a good honest coin that could be In the early morning to pick .up will sit for an hour and watch 6'd't t:

traded for any number of goods or services the list is far the dead. for dogs to pass. My heart: sing

too long,to give here. But you could buy a hot dog sandwich, Where the cat walks with the wind. Had such a nice letter fire

a cigar a cup of coffee, make a telephone call ride a bus, and Toe by toe. from my baby sister*' this

obtain any number of small gadgets for it. Its position as a Her feet leave a patternIn morning. I Just called up Don's ,'
solid coin was perhaps best publicized by the gentleman'whosaid the newly fallen snow. brother at Coleridge to tell him 'j

many years ago: "What this country needs' is a good five What la this embroideryA and his wife we will not be'over

cent cigar." .+-. cat can do? for dinner tomorrow as we are too,
A coverlet fields busy. I ,will bUli )
for back to
sleeping go my quilting !
Now things that cost five cents years ago have been
Under Heaven's eyes of blue. now. I shall be thinking of each of
doubled to ten cents, or seven cents, or two-for-fifteen, what and do li 1 tdl
Olive Carman you write me. I will 1
I have Of in the increase has been
, you. course, many cases I love cats and all animals. answer all letters. Cod bless yon
. reasonable, for costs of manufacture wages, materials have '
Sometimes, though, they can be all. + 1y ea'
gone up tremendously. But if that is the case what are we 10 trying. The other evening we Love LuraHAMPTON 1

going to do about the 'nickel". had a Catholic lady, who died. "" +.>,, .

It is not one of our most pressing problems now-a-days. While they were saying the rosary,
We have lots of more important things to worry about. And dogs began to bark out in front of

i then too, lots of folks can point out problems but very few the Mortuary.\ I slipped quietly out

bother to try to solve them. We are not guilty of this! pitfall, the' door and scared the dogs away By Mrs M. C. Sweeney1'
however, as we have given the matter some thought, and As t came In the door a yellowcat
suggest this method of utilizing the five cent piece : simply scurried in under my feet and
punch holes in them and use them for washers. This solution ran into the crowd of kneeling MRS. EVA PIERCEOn :
people> I was frantic for fear it Saturday night, at 11 o'clock, ...
time
will not be feasible for a long though, for itwon't death came to Mrs Eva Pierce
be long before washers too will cost more than a"nickel" might jump upon the casket. They
often do. I am told. I refrained 62, wife of Olle O. Pierce, at her

from hunting it and soon It came IFuneral home here services after a lengthy Illness \ --. -'. ., -"" .. ';, t. ::;;:; .:;,;; :' .';',iJ.ji.fi
out. I picked It up and took it were held at the
quietly out. Dogs chased It again, First Christian Church. on ,Mon..
T I; and the next time the door was day afternoon with the pastor the Investmentthat
, R.B.ALVAREZ&SON COD7iT Rev. Fred S. Dodd Long-term
officiating. Interment
STORAGE open for a guest, in It came. Third
was at Santa
Fe
time It came Don caught It In the Ceme
'L __ ,...--- --- : tery.
( : screen I do not know if it was
: We operate local Mrs Pierce
r was a member for
[ A long distance hurt, but it went away and never many years of the Lutheran

!!, ,> .O Jt.B_ .AIa..s..2...GSON. ..' \anywhere In U. 8. bothered I have us been anymore quilting that and evening.made Church. She Is survived by her pays daily dividends,
..
I ,MOVING' f husband, three sisters Mrs. Besaie
) ..... doughnuts this morning. I have I
? -- Bryant. Mrs. Mary Watterson. Miss
! !!5t>> EXCELLENT only about two rows of blocks left rtuby Bedenbaugh and two broth. days thoughtful people turn their minds that comes qply from years of experience with this

I I\,, \fi: STORAGE It la fun to quilt and still I can ers J. W Bedenbaugh and L. L.liedenbaugh THESE durability of things they purchase. basic design. I
It and
hardly wait until I get done all of .
Hampton.She
i: r -.4 FACILITIES fix the edge. Then I will straighten was a kind and considerate But it's rare when doing your duty turns out to be Dynaftow Drive gives you effortless smoothness of

: 1 ip the and spare light\ bedroom In there again.to( quilt.It lanlt'e neighbor during her sixteen yearsof the best way to satisfy your heart's desire. control-but it also eliminates clutch repair bills. 11
residence
Agents For f -' In Hampton and will That's what's so marvelous about this '51 Buick. saves tires strain the whole drivingIf
I'' The sun is shining so bright. A be greatly missed la' the com eases on

; i hill wind Is blowing and the snow munity. you picked a car just for the lift it gives you- mechanism, from engine to differential.your .
first
the Life U I
! \' BROS. glistens busy;> but In good. I sunlight.do not think 1 Friends of Envoy;; ;; W.. P. burden' pride in its power-or its generous comfortThe road-steady gait of a Buick assures relaxed

i was ever hAppier for longer periodsof of the Salvation Army Camp are you couldn't make a better choice. security- and is also evidence that you have a
time. Seems like I sing all day delighted to know of ,hla con-
f But make of this durable X-braced frame
I long. tinued Improvement In Alachua note : deep-silled, beneath you. u1)

MADE WITH PRECISION Somehow I feel that we will not Hospital Gainesville where he has That gleaming new pusb-bar forefront, which However you check it, you'll discover this: The
t call It In Korea. Our been; confined for the out ten
qulta boy
are stout hearted and brave. They 'days. At the time of hU admittance greets your eye with flashing beauty, contains 25 things that make you yearn for a Buick on firstacquaintance

know they are fighting the war he was seriously 111. grille bars made of stamped steel, individually are the very same things that make

PLANT against Communist. We are to Mrs. C. C. Tldweir entered the mounted to "give" and come back unharmed.Dudl such a smillrtlong-"m buy.

proud of them and will sacrifice Gainesville Hospital on Sunday, Combined with massive Better
t FOODS and and friends wish her a rapid re- a wrap-around bumper see your Buick dealer-soon.
have to
any everything we
help them and give them food and fortressed by two stalwart "bumper bombs" and 8--1,,,_"_, __ _, ,,
......
...
We have good added -
a it
a tuns and whatever Is needed. \Ve two uprights, gives unsurpassed
Stock of. all grades will say a prayer for them and feel PHONE 218 protection.
used in this area that we are In the right.I calL........
and can supply you have a letter from Dorothy COLONIAL Spring of stout spiraled steel on all four wheels NOailMRhdl..e p""""'

with the' analysis Manning All are fine at Clay Hill.I let your wheels curtsey over bumps,while you ride DYNAflOW DRIVE FIREBALL POWER

rou need < can just ape the schoolhouse level as a lance. But they also need no servicing, 4-WHHl COIL SWINGING DUAL VENTILATION
basking In the winter sun. as It FLORISTFLOWERS
I and breakage is virtually unknown. TOHQUMU8I DRIVE
looked the last time I saw It. I fUSM-BA 'ORIfRONT

cannot vision the new road thru Buick't great-powered engine is a Fireball wonWHn.el0W INSTRUMENTS DMAMUNI STYLING
f INSECTICIDES but still see the sandy road I used!
fr 2FUNGICIDES to walk and enjoy, back to my drously lively and eager at the mere touch of your BODY ay FISHER

j AND ,_ boarding place after a fruitful day FOR ALL, OCCASIONS toe-but it also wrings extra power,from every; .sr...........BOA......................__.....eN1aE.re'

1 GOLD BEAR/, of teaching. Life was good. However drop of fuel, and has the mechanical perfection AurOMOl/lIS/ Ad IUln IUICIC WIU IUIID TII'sl ,I
I am glad now to be where I warld..nI
BRAND am and feel that the Lord had
\ We have the latest -
work for me here In far off Ne i) II ';'
materials and <
: spray braska. I will soon be here five
i dusts for
I yourS i .1 whole years.HELPFlft. Smart
eet Corn 0u4d
i Crop. : HINTS.-Wash: old DISH GARDENS | 8uWmm
I powder puffs and dry. Use to apply '
. LET US SUPPLY YOU WITH YOUR INSECTICIDE wax type shoe polish to shoes.I ]POTTERT' 'M Ik HfKr'1ArtOr.MCN..e.e..yM.d./p. OHATtt YACGr

NEEDS AND PLANT FOOD REQUIREMENTS painted a mouse trap red and
; nailed one end to the door facing POTTED: PLANTS


i J. W. GASKINS and near cheese' papers the crackers cabinet.and whenever Holds anything.a recipes recipe Use FLOWERS ANYWHERE WIRED f Green Buick Compad


I STARKE. FLA. calls Works for fine.crackers and cheeie. Nona St Starke -.- 225 TEMPLE AVE. LEX GREEN STARKE.II. FI
/JI a1
I $ PHONE 226
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BRURY 2, IMI BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARVE. FLQRIPA PAGE THREE
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4P'e we won't crowd him for news ally and Internationally Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk !I r la flrralt; <'...r.. Itratfford CoBBty, I plaintiff!rel"rk'h" divorce; TlrartforilCminty noel at "Starku' Florida, this January 1 I (OFFICIAL "'F.AL) A, J. Thomas
Beldon-KKldcm building, Daytona Kliirldat la ( shall publish this
I Ray I 'b.acer7.Illlka ..
And Times right now, cause he's ao busy. We'lltake our community listed In this state- Reach, Florida Majrrtlc, Plaintiff, "... Joseph :Order In next four weekly Issues, 24. 1881.OI"FICtAL I. By Haven A Crosby Clerk or said Court.Cleric
4t lit! ,. No inI VttneN hand ...nof".IRI seal ( .SEAL A. J. Thomas", ., Deputy
r the taters. wide directory said Mrs. Marian Attya. for PH. 1111 I IMaJ.'xtl ncfendnnt Cane 82 my George L. V.itten.t t IItarl<" Florid. i iAttya.
River Folks Oveeda Thomas trnasfered Howe. I Onler Of l>n hi lea I Ion ,.tI Notice Tnrpmr at tRrk.. Florida, this January 10th, An Clerk or said Court for nr. lu| u tS| j jIK
executive
of the '
secretary .. .
llraiKord ( Tot Urol _
In < Ircvl* Court .t" \ *r TH OP KUOHII>\ i Hj :Mvillo T Denver Clerk
Jessie Lee Lnienby front Lake Butler School to B. H. S. local trade body. "Manufacturersand Klorlilai" la hemrrry: Joseph M je.tlc whose residence lMIS ,, ,, (OFFICIALAs ,) A. J. ThomB T Deputy Clrenlt Court, llrniirorri r .-tr. 1
Frnnk .
Plaintiff IrvineHfrlln Clerk or said Court LiiBtlruiii" etarke. Fla. ... ,
F.ilna Benin, v" Prl to\v Street Bronx, Now Florida i In (: h. -..,.
Tom and Rubina Kcrce transferred
processors responding to the nrfenilant.. Cane No. $211 York- Pv: haven Crosby, Deputy' Clerk Attys. for Plf 1128| 41 2118 Emily II B t Bt '
= from B. H. S. to Lake Butler. "Naturally we want each firm in Order Of l>nt.l>... i Eustace Kelley went to Gainesville itlon information about each city .*ppear Mr'TK OF FI.WHItl Tot February 12th 19B1 In the above AttyH. for Plf 1U| 4t 23In Ill Circuit' Court, Bradford Ce.aty, Order Of Pnbllriitloii "..! .j..tle. T* I
Irvlnfc Tterlln, whose reoldence la namPA. Court and oauie."' wherein I 10'10..101. In t hR.oerr. Appear T.TM OF Kl.nltlltA Ter ,
r;:;, seems to be proud of( Tuesday evening: to get his will be given." .120 HmdfDr. Street, Brooklyn, New plnltitlff seeks divorce, care,CUPBrad. Circuit Court, llraUford County \ L. lint tm, Plaintiff.s. Jewel Erne W. Butler whose residence >it
ewyfire tower in New River lion. Eustace Lee who will graduate York: toilr control of minor child b'Iuri.lsi In 1'hanrery.Mary Kuttnii. ix.fi.niliint Cane No. 8214 and a.hlr"< u oilman, Vermont! I I
\\'f.\\ The two earlier directories have You are required to appear onFebruarv I ford, County Telegraph" ahall pub- stmnll, \ Anderson, rtftlntlff' vx Order of Pnkllrathiit andolle To You are requlrad to appear on <,,
' jr 9yere 'Is usually a visitor from the XT. of Fla. In Forestry meant new sales for Florida firms, 12th, 1851 In the abovenamed lUh this Order In next four weekly Bernard J!::. Auu..*....* u.i.........iw. "eere .*."?er or Other flri lliia.. February 13th 19(1, In the above '

)W ,lIIt1lpplng; by to eee It. next Saturday. Eustace Lee has according to the State Chamber. pLaJntlff Court Reek and divorce cauae.. Pradford wherein "xvitnena my hand and official seal Order Of nhiinOMn. *Cues...' r"r No ..Hill'r"' I''Juwel' "e'1't'iN' Itntten OK VI.OIIItlot. w h"Me residence plaintiff nnm..c'nurt eeekft unit divorce raue'wherein
(yiitbolster; Jr., of Jackson- accepted a position in Fernandina The 1951 edition will have a new County Telegraph snail rubliiih thl.1 at Starke. Florida, this January llth. Appear h I'A.I'bJ Of .UOIitUA 5sHernarti unknown. ;; 1'1 control of minor child riradford I J
and baa to be there Wednesday at Order In next four weekly 1051. K:, Anderson whose r nldcncH Yon ore required I to serve your I County Telegraph hall publish this L'
!lb:j w.. Visiting his cousin Man arrangement, too to make It easier ""ltn.". my hand and official eal ; (OFFICIAL Clerk A. ieid Court and address .In. Unknown.You answer or other Pl.eadlnir. on Fvbruar Order In net four weekly lieu",, 1l 1
,glee;} Ml Is week. 9 o'clock of this week. to use by defense procurement at Ntarke, Florida this January Vth A* or are rot)u.Iro4l to \ ear on Y U. 1951 In the ..bovOnam..d Witness my hand and official seal I
have returned Floyd Wiggins/ "tackled" the 1951 Rv leaven Crosby Deputy Clerk Kebruarv 19,1 I ISM I. tn the above Coursuit. ca"sese wherein plaintiff at Starke Florida, this January 10th. ,Ii t
I'b.Moore's\ agencies and contractors, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Bay Reldon-PMdon Building, Pay- named Court and! online, wherein soaks divorce. Bradford County 1951. "I
home in Miami; speckle perch again last week. questlonalre will be listed at least AB Clerk or raid Court tona Beach. Florida plaintiff rooks divorce and rmtora ;'.I -; Pr..I'rh' lhls Order (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas j
jda fowling: has been They seemed to. be in a nibbling tly Haven Crosby, Deputy ClnkOTIIQ Atty. for Plf. 1d< Hili.It lion of maiden nntn... }1 radfnriCounty in next ; :weedy: III leuen. At Clerk or sold Court. j H.
twice: according to the product Telegraph. shall publish thin Wlinos. ny hand and offlelnl seal 1 Bv Haven Croeby Deputy Clerk j t
bad cold this week mood. His party caught 40. manufactured and under the name Bradford Coonty.ChVSer Order In next four weakly INHUPNVltnH at Starke, Florida this 8th day of T. Frank Landrum Stark Fla. it I IAlly.
Is TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: In ('\... Co.rt. .. official 1 I January 1951. ., for Pit. Ilia 4t III j
Bob Revels'of Eustace Kelley fertilizing \ I mv hand ana
Mrs. .......,. j-I'
of the city where located. In add- Notice la hereby given to all creditors Florida. .. ( .._ .-. ____
Be were visiting Mrs.t ,. acres of Banal( and Pangola paature. and claimant again the .... H..m OUCh Yln"" Sam", (AlsoKnown.. Ch.MerI ;
[ week. He's using 0.14-10 fertilizer.IInmlnyCh..IIC. tote ofV. L Wall deceased to sa Jane Saml. plnlntlff. No. 5215

+ [and Eloise Cowan and Casserole file their 1 10.! K.claims Perrrman against, County sold Judge eetatewith I I fiRm.thol.... p.f..n,1nnt.Of r. \1..tl... Cue FI.OHIIIt lad N.tlrs 7'r T.. e / I tY.I:
LEVEL on cr before eluht calender month wr A'rte OF f/I .
f were visiting the M. L i' Prepare hominy and cheese exactly PINE from the tint publication. of this 8am. who. residence and Go J'
illy over the weekend as you would macaroni and nolloe That said. claim must be II address la V'r.Vnown!' : WD '
ter of this column re- cheese. To give It a little "tilt"in By Mra. II. M. McRae dilly sworn. to before flllni by 'Tn" are required. Mn lhpeah vn. Y'
claimantThle
February
|hone call Tuesday from extra flavor scrape a litHe onion the 14th day of January. 1951. nnm.d Court and Cause... .., wherein
-law Erwin Hunter ol.Jurg juice, chop up a little bit of Services at Pine Level Church Ilnralil C. Wall Executor plaintiff "e..k., .. dlvnr.chlll.. toBrad', i
1119 4t III| ..nnlrn! af nInnr
who said that his green pepper.Add milk butter and Sunday were well attended with toed 1 County Telegra h shall l publlebthit s
__hla Starbird was In a cheese as you do in your ole' time 193 In Sunday School. In Clrrnll (".....t. Ilradfnrd Cfontr.Plorlilat : Order in next four weeklyHaven la

_ ditlon at the time hee macaroni and cheese dishes. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and Virginia In Ruth(haneery AVehri, Plaintiff VI. 'tipsWitness' n.y hand and official 10th.l peal. ; it i-

Was then In a hospital Sgt. and Mrs Doyle Crews of family of Jacksonville spent the Homer P. Webb Defendant at Starke Florida this January
9224
1 Mg{ given birth to a T Savannah. Ga., were visiting their weekend here. Together with the Order Of Pnhllc.tlea A..I Cage No No.tce ToAppear l Sill.OFFICIAL A.Clerk A J.said Court.By .

y who had died two parents Mr. and Mrs. Kerby Crews H. M. McRaes they were dinner ,Hr\lH) OP FIORiflt TolHnmer or Deputy Clerk

e. He stated that her and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rouse guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.. A, Crosby ,Unknown Tt : Webb, whoa residence la T. Frank r.andrum Cro.bv.Starke Florid"I.' pad

'as so uncertain' Mont recently. and family Sunda.y You are required to appear on Altyo. for Flt.In .
February 11th. 1R51 In the abovenamed -
y, he was so upset that Everett Renfroe Is visiting relatives Misses Shirley McRae and Alice Court and ranee, wherein Co.rt. Bradford Co.. r.KlnrUlel .

iiildn't 'call until Tues- around here this week.. Reddish were dinner guests of plaintiff eeeka "ofe'minor..are.child cimtndv -. rlrralt. la (.......,.... .. iifenlant. iC t
had Just gained ape Miss Elizabeth Jackson of Starko and control KWHM LudwlaPU.illff, .
Jhe The R. J Turner's latest news Bradford" County Telegraph nhallpublliih : M.nwald L"elwili. P. \
Olorla.
> for her. from their 'brother William Turner Sunday. : this Order In next four week- ,1I..tlt Case. Nn. IItT

that Dempsey and'Mar* In Cordele, Ga., is still in ser Mr.\ and Mrs. Robert Myrick yWltneaii my hand and official sal, Appear p..llca OP loa, PLOHlnA"... 1'Iotl.' .Tel 1'0

ho live In Gainesville lows. condition. and daughter Kathy spent Satur- at Rlarke' Florida, this January 17th Eli.nbeth. Fiche Gloria \Meerwald Ludwig, r

plans to move In their Carl Nettles is still in bed. His day night and Sunday with Rob- 1 UI Fv Haven O!.).shy epD4y Clerk whr>.e residence Philadelphia.and addrena Pannrequired "I"Carpenter Cost
,
over there_ condition la still the same Flora ert's mother Mrs Sue Myrlck at (OFFICIAL 8IB. L) A. J. Thomas llyonla' : Lane Irp4Me I
ands. An Clerk or said Court *) onnamedrCourta'and61cause
Eloise Cowan tn appear
Land Bell and Elbert are in a stew try Lake Geneva. Joseph K, Shipper' S21 Graham You are h above I
Jr. were In Jackson- ing to get ready to plant: Elbert We are glad to report that Miss Biilldlnr. .lackaonvllle, Florida.Ally. wherein I
., till| 4t 111 .
uslness Tuesday. tn school and Flora Bell kept busyIn Haven Crosby is home again after I ; for pit. rr of i

It know what Russell the sick room, they aren't get- spending several days in the Pa- 41a..YeJ 9/rte

jing In the farming line Ing ready too easily. We should latka hospital.Mrs. .

jmiaes two of us "a big I all go In and help them hull) their Cheshire is 111 ah the home AVAILABLEAT

Ish potatoes later on" it peanuts. There are numerous other of her son-in-law and daughter, PURE TIRES NOW

ways we can help. Those who Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling.We 1

profess to be Christians should be hope she will soon be well y -

BEST yOU there helping out. We shouldn't again. ONt WAY ROUN0 Tai.

EveR ATE only profess to be Christians but '.. ,.. SAVE THE DIFFERENCE ,ao e 1
In Circuit Court Bradford ( .t UNKHYILLR: .col I I
BE one. Remember we are Judged !. Chaarrrr.John ; .
Florida
PoP SOMe TbNITECRISP' by our deeds When people arc Tonkin Jr. Plaintiff v.. Erma PURE SERVICE STOREIN I JACKHONVILI.K .90 1.8.1

sick that is the time to administer Lee Order Tonkin Of Pahllratlon Defendant A.d Case Notice No. Ilia To COMPARE the typical I TAMPA S.24 5.R.5 I

TENDER Prayer Is wonderful but prayer Appear STATR OF PI.ORHtA Tel fares shown here with the 6,55 II.RO
the to be a Krma' Lee Tonkin whose residenceItf MIAMI
DELICIOUS alone is not only way
LfJ==rr Christian. mouth 2206 Virginia Richmond: Avenue, Porte- WHITE }VALES670x15,710x15,600x16,670x16,760x cost of driving your own ,\TLJNT.rn.r\. 8.M 12.33 I

POP CORK You are required to appear on automobile and see IUINTER 8.15 8.15
I February 12th 1RB1 In the abovenamed 16 HAVEN .
Send in ListingsFor Court end cruse. wherein much you save by I 8.20 1 .20 I
Bradford I'KNMACOLAI
seeks divorce.I ,
Plaintiff: :: Telegraph shall publish this HOUND. You void I
hoW"I 1.20 ::1.20
Industrial AI'OI'STINKSAVANNAH.'
i New ST.
next four IN BLACK WALL
offlcialapealSt
OWitness my hand and ': strain and parking! I
4.00 7.20.
of StateThe this January 8th OA.
Better Directory Starke, Florida I
ling 1961OFFICIAL. 600 x 16,650 x 16, 760 x 16, 700'x 15 e Greyhound's ( JUKKN fOVK: HI'KINOS .80 1.10
SEAL! ) A. 3fhomae:
' ( Court. 820 15 670 x 15 AND 710 x 15 day and night .
aald
local Chamber of Com- An Clerk or x CITY tI.10 9"0 i f
Good Food Bv Haven. Cropby. Deputy. ClericRay able you to go and return PANAMA ,
merce today was asked by the Selrton-Heldon. Blda, Daytona
Florida State Chamber of Com Reach Florida.Atty when you please from the Hal tmleral Tt* .. MI Afcov fare
4t III
Hit!
Man for Pit. TRUCK TIRES
Ohio
5 merce to assist in the preparation very heart of town. )
.. .
11: of the 1951 Industrial Directory In Circuit I In Court.Chaneerr.Tark Ilrndford. Coo r.Florida 650 x 16 6 Ply 825 x 20 10 Ply

Bradford Plaintiff "". Lucia Pv... ,,'
by impressing upon Dye
nan isn't able to eat thee manufacturers the necessity Defendant Cane No. 81 U And 700 x 20 8 Ply and 10 Ply
he's In County Order Of Publication And N..tl.-. Tn -'
likes mighty
'-
the questionnaires PI.OnlnTot GREYHOUND BUS STATION '
for completing appear "TA rB OF
shape Imagine going will T.ucla T>ve, whose renldenne lar (10
a life without being able which the State body Mrs Edith }Tall. 24 Anne Lane, Central Ave. Str.rke Fla.
) i py a fine big platter of mail on January 20.. Tallp. Long Island New York: USED TIRES IN ALL SIZES Temple :
and eggs. That is the.way YO.II are required to appear on Phone 117-J sex
according |o '
> The new directory February Uth, 1951. .1.! the nbova
N. Da- the State Chamber, will be bigger named Court and canne, wherein -
1 3414 E. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford'
cet.Day* g+s and better than the previous edi- 'ounty: : Telegraph shall publish thin PURE SERVICE STOREMadison

) [110' used *tt tions, published lr. 1944 and 1948. Order In next mv, hand four and weekly official InaueaWttneMa peal. 'rt GREYHOUND

ut since ', y First print order will be for 3,500/ at Starke. Florida, thla January 4th, and Walnut Sts. Starke, Fla.
been .
s rt a i copies 500 more than for the first 1 DS\
HADA- (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas
0 the v two and will be distributed nation "As; Clerk or laid Court.
>
says -
m els able x' + At various states in the present dispute
d I Is ,k

+ Is loy ot fine lots : 'a r TRUTH ? operating with the employees brotherhoods of railroad
isREPUDIATE the
What h t
|Mr. Da. I the railroads agreed to arbitrate.

found RU'ESPEG' r The union leaders refused I II
1 Ing; HADACOL, helped his r Railroads I
: overcome a deficiency ofi I the '. I the railroads" accepted the recommendations -

i i B,, B,, Niacin and Iron. of President Truman'sEmergency

ia Mr. Damillot's atate G '; Board. The union leaders

{"My first bottle of HAD- refuse

1|was convinced what I me needed that for HAD-the mmmmB HSsmaaaumam .... .__. the railroads accepted the White

to my stomach at nights. Ipot llouue proposal of August 19, 1950. The

keep food on my stem- I union leaders refused.

. but after the first bottle Finally an Agreement was signed at 1

| going great. Now' I eat !' the Labor Unionsseek the White house on December 21, 1950. .
and eggs, and other foods
ever would stay with me. Now the union leaders seek to repudiate i

( can sleep well at nights. the Agreement.
to HADACOL. I will I The railroads; stand to put the j!

be without it, and can this agreement terms of this Agreementready into effect immediately .
1
1 line mend above it to ailments all who that suffer III to t with back pay at the rates

t know because I have and date indicated. !

pd for quite some time." The Agreement ia given in full below.
i The LeBUno Corporation I I


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..CADEbeatreJacksonville the PerEies

of living index ((1 pOint to equal Id per hour. First 01' not further are unable to agree at
adjustment such I
- April le 1951. Base to b. 1761.) ask the Presl e: are euetitled conferences whether
OF AGREEMENT 8. Bho shall i ted the y shall
Agreeement sit States
MEMORANDUM
elDbodY1n principles with them to
GE SHOW yardmaaters applicable to motion end appoint
D. C. to be entered into for benefit e id. a'rsfsree
ot :
Washington. ynrdmaatere are t promptly whether rtal1 pertinent intar-
rsday Thru December 235 1950 9. Effective October 1 and the e : so, what er ;
Sunday dining 1950, the basic hours ot .ttect "df: SUCh incrensee should
t car Stewards shall be shall e thereof bare
Feb.
reduced have
1-2-3-4 from. 225 to 205 hours One The
week to y ardmen ndth addsper month: no have vote, the carrier
penalty overtime em to
40 hour : to on. representatives
Continuous Shows *. Establish October 1, 1950' been Barked, the hours accrue until 240 hours vote and the referee Yee '. ,
effective between 205 and 240 ahall shall
l' On the Screed cease or 23 cents January 1. 1951. for at the pro rata rata, to b. paid or It tbe parties have one vote. e
Al.n L.dd in 2 cents effective until January rules they shall annot
tional agreement Effective b e sub terra details'of
U 40 hour week dmen February 1, 1951, overtime at time and decision l.1tted nR agreement
aside
Set tor ya one-h I .
ISPERING week a shall Steelma
2. accrue
SMITH"STAGE work
days after 220 hours for
establiS 6 day after The have been work.d. The final
1 1952. and pay roll period e30 basic monthly salary to be paid tor the wort usual protections
first rates
for
wlth the toabe month shall be Special
Effective ot the atheg7th day the same as that now paid tor allowances arb1traries.
e and miecellaaeoua
from required the date ; : arrler to work on who : receive shell month'bs Except added to that the four dollars and ten cents ((14.10)I') torlDale agreement g standard daily rates.xistia flm n.y diftereatiala .
men except engineers not.oreate present monthly rate effective e included
[IONS GAYEST rates does January 1 19151 in the ;
overtime ,
paid netts donot nowdeexist.This: and atter ind'lvThe foregoing

LIVE STARS! straight arnlteea 1 time, 1951.whoa three they months':notice c to!be"'urTr"and given of des when re 10.:ru:! consideration I ;3 b:::,t this a agreement l to b. agreemente rates on :la: 1; :fc will from conditions not utunlly.iebnr magu ;neeineAt: : : p sad committees

October changed
of
week. 4cefor 1 1
20 Pand provisions employees
PEOPLE!fI! to go on 40 hour manpower perlhour Moratorium on proposals for of Railway Labor Act Covered by this

MOSTLY GIRLS!f fi aval1abilltY o becomes until October changes in wages or rules -
L the 40 hour week tuallY week andbrakemen 6 day week. I, 19/13/ as follows; / "
hour
VODYH 3. Settle rules for 40 rules No proposals for chances in rates ot pay, rules Jr. v '
i GREAT conductors and & and ; working cond1 Ucns.w111 be initiated or progressed b Craad Chid ; mo r. L.i1.U
yard
4. Grant. car r. the employees against a4fa..y a Chairman
ACTSt mlnlmull. Boar any carrier or by ne err ,
earnings Emergency any car- r i
vier
such as dally as recommended by against its eMployees, parties hereto, within a rrneTt"A'

TinkTrTc"CO.Y.Wr'.ANJ i footboard y ardnastere such period of three years troll October 1. 1930" except - 81. proposals for changes in rules :'
No. or'.ork1nc S'rOUl.rll
con-
: rules!
\ following and Traltx ditions which say have been initiated ... C01n0: r
Settle Conductors prior to June d : ye
( I"S
S. Delay 1, 1950. 1fO'on rem.e
JOMMNV* Initial Terminal government Provided however, that it as the result ot by PP.sld,.! ., ee. r err th.frtnA?
.enl) wale stabilization pOlicy, .ork.rs erenc.InterdlvlSlona1 .
len- +
0MCAU.AS6plRCCT Runs ductors and Trainmen) erally have been permitted to receive so-called ro.
( on annual &provem.nt

!!!.I' iJ pooling caoKRrttS5 for Duty Service with Doctor Steelman increases on 01' after the July parties'lllay 1, 1952,meet to ........ .
ot ,
discuss j sec
ClasS whether or Ctw1rawa
One or not further t Y ""'
adjustments rU'.nt'"SQ
rlIlIlIPIlt shch1ng: Limits and Trainmen) employees covered by this agreement wage are justified for, C=I ,Q (,;r era' '-CIIU'.r. C'Ai1"Hos -
(Conductors and Double Header an. on 0 i norea.es received undel" the

western Differential on du c tors and Trainmen, all living formula. At the request. ot either party tfor sr or fs.dMii rod n
( such a
Limitation \ meeting Doctor Ste4lman
shall fix the
NIft sere time and
Territories) place for such meetlng. Doctor
Steelman
our lncr.... and the
e parties
) c .jd1 cents per bour may secure information from the wag. etabileffeCtivi l-
men zatio'authoritisa
Road a
,1950 or
6. and other government agencies, If
KEYI/E
October Ijanuary 1. 1951. .I
errscUve basil! ot cost < i
increase ot wales on
adjustment
fROrA 7. Quarterly

.. .! CHICAGO.

foAt.WerTo L
5.a THIS OMBfAMSOS I We are publishing thj and other advertisements to talk to you

at first hand about Betters which.. are important to everybody..w .. y
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FEB 2 19

r 51. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. '.\ ,
YAGK FOUR _,

I .... TTK OF FLORID ToiOhv I la' Circuit Court. Bradford full air.Sou'rli"U' (OFFICIAL SKAT. ACr. =

4 Friendship Class : OES Installs Canasta Club -11" B :Uunn 8121 whose Ritvrnaworth rvHtdvnc-v Place and, I!: ." MamVe'Tfa', Plaintiff ".. Tly flavor A, Cleric.. I ,r '.........
address In
: T. Frank
: Elects McNeillAs New OfficersOn Meets At Home Alexandria. Virginia: Stella I .M&nn on
You are requlred to appear/ .
n
) Netted To I
And Circuit
Publication
1 March e. mi, In the Shove! named of Court. n."dr., |
,, President Of f Mrs. Nollman and wherein plaintiff Apnr.r S'l'AI-M OF KLOHIUA Tor I'lorldat In Iknnrrri. N '
} ourt cause
/ February 15 new officers of M *HK divorce and ratification nflurrocTtipnt Hllli MamaelllB] whose residence Lloyd H. Hrahn.I l'garst I I.
the Starke Eastern Star and stipulation, Bradford and addremi Is: Cournarou II. My- / W. Uhahn. LI' '\i iOrder
T. H. McNeill was elected presi- Chapter Mrs W. H. Nollman was hostess : Telegraph shall pub- tllvne, Ur..ece:
County !
?" ; dent r.f the Presbyterian Friend- were Installleil 1 by Verita B. Brice at a delightful Canasta party halt thin Order In next. four weeklyWttneiM You are required to appear onMarch of P hllcn<.l..n CM )AK
Appear NTtl'K >9f
Qainesvllla actinas Install issues. 5, 1851 in the above named OF .1.." "
ship Bible Class last Friday' night of Tuesday evening at .her home on my hand and official I seal Court aol, ...cause wherein plaintiff Margaret W. Urnhn MI"ItS
-. January 26, at the annual electionof ing Grand !at.-01, Mary Laura W. Madison street at Htarke.: Florida, thin January HI, mieka Ulvoruu.. Bradford County; dress IB Unknown 10: P ,O and Hnx, XS

Office officers held at the home of Mr. Johnson, as Installing Grand Marshall The guests seated at the four 1951OKPrraAl.( rlEAT.J A. J. Thomas In Telegraph I next ""rh weedy\:: laauVltncK I this. Older .1'leaaant New.. Jvrt.
Phone 29 and Mrs. C. M. Turney at the Pearl Clark as Grand Chaplain Canasta tables Included the regu- At Clerk of laid Court \ my hand and official:" H<"al You arp r qulr..il
March ft,
; 1951 .
In
31, thi
ny haven Crosby Deputy ClrkT at Mlark. Fiorliln, this January :
IV 44 State Farm. Mr. McNeill succeeds and Ima Williams as Grand lar Starke Canasta Club and Mr. Frank Landrum SlurKin 11I11 1. Court and reuse" w" 4:
Reeks divorce and 1 :
William T. Jackson. Organist.The and Mrs. Walter Meyer of Detroit.j Attyn for Pit _____ 212 tt :SS: (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas llradford C 10rvllet. (, p

Weiner Roast Junior Club I Before the business meeting asocial following off!<:el'* VATO Installed Mich., Mrs. Miriam In urt. llrailf..r : Worthy Matron, Cleo Green Cove Springs and Ed Cars- Klnrlilai In t'hunrery.Hell T Frank Landrum. Slarke. Fla. ; IIM
To Meet I hour was enjoyed by mem- Ludwig <" maIn my hand nml J
ClassMiss MondayThe First prize for I'liHtrnrlf-der, I'lalntlff VI. Ally, for I'lt. zia 'ok1.;
For Girls bers and visitors followed by a Harley; Assistant Matron Evelyn well of Tampa. Postenriedar, Defendant at r.tark., Florida, th i. '

Mary Sue Epperson was regular monthly' meeting of spaghetti supper served by Mr. and Harley Worthy Patron Dan men was won by Ed Carswell and by Order of Publication. And fan:>.No..>.!...8341 To Circuit Court llrndtord fouiXr. .(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. j 'ire'.!na

Baptist Intermediate the Junior Woman's Club will be Mrn. Tumey. Wise; Assistant Patron T. Flnley! first prize for women was won Appear "KrIK, OF Fl.ni ll>... Toll.udwlK Florida. .,....."...,... By- Ilavett'croBVy; ,. ,,', ) UI
to the i ,

poetess Miss Klckliter. PoMtenrltider whose re"I- tlalntlff, vs. Robert
, girls' Sunday School class and held In the club house Monday eve- During the absence of the retire Conductress Ava Pearce; Assist Mrs. Nollman had her home,attractively damn and address Ix: told Water Hnnly Louise, Defondnnt Healy; Case No. 82111 Chas? .'U..ii JarkBonvllle';BB. 204-dJ:' (,]'??,'; 'y1 IITJMulhl'nir. ; .
In o'clock. ant Conductress Vermont Nov- Memorial Hospital. Welfare Inland of Pabllpatloa. And 1'1.>tl roast ning at 8 Order .
weiner Miss Attyn for PI?
Evelyn Stump :
t their friends at a ing; president decorted with bowls of New York. aTtTW OF KI.OHII Tot .," ,,11&
, the Epperson yard Thursday evenIng Chairman of the hostess com- presided. After the meeting was otny; Marshall Sarah Lawson; pressed Galax leaves from the.. You are required to appear on Hubert Unaly, whole residence and I Y
Chaplain Vergle Barksdale; ]March R.1951, In the above namedCourt Adreuf K: car. of !Mm. Jlornardloaly "
l of last week. mittee will be Mrs. Al K. Carlisle opened by Dr. L. Ross Lynn former North Carolina mountains and arrangement and cause wherein plaintiff 95T Seneca Street, Hld*"- 7 Relieve
The early part of the eveningwas She will be assisted by Mrs. N. B. president of Thornwell Or.phanage Organist Gertrude Houser; Treasurer of narcissi. Delightful .....k. dlvorre. Pradford County wood 27 New York: Misery of 1&
roasting marshmallo-vs Rosier Mrs. Hugh B. Ingram Mrs. of Clinton S. C., Guy Andrews Irma Buford; Secretary Telegraph shall publish.this Order In You .nn required to appear on
spent refreshments were served from a next four weekly |Issues. March 6, 1861. in the above named. I ..
and weiners and then the group eJI W. P. Jackson Mrs. Robert Jackson treasurer, gave the annual Pearl Hernwall; Ada Grace Pix- Suzan which centered the Witness: my hand:: and official: neat Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff
Lazy ,
at Hurktt. Florida this January 11
ler; Ruah, Gloria King; Esther seeks. divorce. Bradford County
hunt. Mrs. John Deas Mrs. James financial report which was
scavenger ap
went on a dining table. Flanking the center- 1961.| I Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
,, On the entertainment com Blackshear Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr., proved. Mr. Andrews stated that Helen Glasgow; Martha E. Waits; piece were burning red candles in I: (OFFICIAL As'(9erkApf( exld, Court ii"xt tour weekly l.au..s.l C.r.r&

I mlttee were Miss Mary Sue Epp- Mrs. E. J. Dowllng Jr., and Mrs. last year the class supported two Electra, Gladys Odom; Warden I silver holders.Christian. ny Haven Crumby. Deputy Clerk j l Witness my hand and official seal
Nancy DuPre and Janice Carson Roberts. boys at the Presbyterian Thornwell Annie Laura Morgan; Sentinel, T. frank Landrum' /btnrke. Fin at lIrI"'ke. Florida( this January 31, .sasi
erson
Wm. PUler. Attya,. for PIt 2:3: 4t 2123 ieII
Other members of) the Jr Orphanage and made the motion
Dansby. Mrs. J. R. Chasteen ? pro- .
ChurchVisitors J - -It .... 111IIII dill:
class present were Mlnses Becky gram chairman will use the theme that the class support two boys and The new Worthy Matron thank.

i t' Mann Jimmie Moncrlef. The girls "The American Home." one girl this year. This motion ed the members for their confidence are always welcome at I

had as their guests for the evenIng received the unanimous supportof In electing her their leader the First Christian Church of
: Mike Clark Tom McClane the class. Mr. Turney Bible and pledged to do all In her I
i Bride Elect Feted powerto Starke and will be made to feel at
. Kasper Duncan Raymond Williams class teacher spoke briefly on the promote a harmonous and home while are from
they away' \
,",c Pat Bowers and Marlon At Shower TuesdayMiss years' activities and stated that prosperous chapter during the home bfestSJ p AI[
the future Teachers'Class
In near a
Harrington. coming year. Her committees will Bible School begins at 10 a. m.
Muriel Ritch bride-elect of will be inaugurated in the A I
be announced later. with C. W. Colson as superintend -___ w
'''February was the Inspiration for church program.
--- miscellaneous shower given The retK'.ng Wortfj- Matron,, ent. There are classes for young 1
a
;' Tuesday afternoon by Misses Jo Guy Other Andrews officers vice elected president were: Mrs.; T. Mrs. W E. Mlddleton was pre. and old, with qualified teachersfor / .....n" }'o..9I1See That Vonr d"1,|

IL Ann and Betty Mulligan The par- sented with a beautiful vase from every class. f
U Orr
recording secretary; Guy
attractive drive is for Storeirltte 10,1
An on
f ty setting was the home of Miss Andrews treasurer; Mrs. W. J. her officers and a lovely tray fr.mthe Om A.AJP9 Everyday
FL'\ Rlten's parents on Thompson St. Chandler attendance secretary.Mr. chapter. She thanked all her Easter so do your part by being
STARKE present every Sunday before and Price Are Far Greater Than On /uJ
The color scheme of white and Turney and Miss Stump were past- officers for their loyal sup-
after Easter.
green effectively In the decorationsfor re-elected as teachers of the Bible port and presented each officer Customers' Corner
Frl., Sat. Feb. 2, 3 Morning Worship begins at 11, \
with A Few 14reek lad
Special
rememb
' the party. Games were enjoyed Class and Sunday School respect a lovely gift as a with the Lord's
a. m. Supper serv-
/IiDOUBLE FEATURE during the. afternoon and prizes ively. rance. ed every Sunday at 11:15.: This Many customer have told ui how

"I In Technicolor were presented to the winners. President McNeill made the following Mrs: Middleton has i had the Sunday the sermon topic: will be, impressed they are with the high cali AH Price Shown tier, Not Mtrtli

The Daughter Assisting the hostesses in serve committee chairman appointments honor of serving .Worthy :Mat. "Spiritual Ignorance". beremployeeHhey.mee' in their A&P. Grocery Price., Are) Guaranteed TJmnj,

,;{ ing refreshments were Miss Shirley : Mrs. W. E. Dowllng ion twice in the Starke Chapter.All Sunday evening services begin The reason so many high-type men Feb.'I hrou0A Wed., Feb. 7

t Of Rosie O'Grady Dennison Miss June Recher and visiting; William T. Jackson visitors and members are at 6:30: p. m. with Christian Endeavor and women are daily seeking jobs *.

,. Jane saver Gordon McRae Mrs. Robert Kite: Thornwell Orphanage; Claude cordially Invited to attend the All young people are invited with A&P is simple:

-ANDRange Invited to be present were 16 Crowson publicity. meeting on the first and third to come and discuss spiritual A&P it a good place to work.It .

), Mrs.friends Carl of the bride-elect mother including of the Monday of each month. subjects and ask questions. lisa always been A&P policy to '4 die jpA
Ritch Members Worship service follows at 7:30: PBICE
MYF: (After the meeting a social hour give employees good hours Powl
Justice honored guest and Mrs. LeRoy with the minister' speaking on the wages C'I
Norman mother of the groom- .To Attend District was enjoyed In the Shrine Room. subject of "What-Is Your Life?" working conditions vacations, pen- ftorewlIIe low price. ii

'-I a With Max Terhune elect. Hostesses were Verdle Futch Let this be your slogan for the lions and other benefits. S .. every da .. .Instead On olnuet! da or /
Maude Lappe and Nolla Middleton.
'f1[. Enlistment Rally' week: '"See you in church Sun. We are proud of the employees who onelay" 01' 'few

Aim Cartoon &: Serial UDC' To Meet day." ?have done such cl job for our customers 1J .:... week-fOnd"p. eeJa, .

'"I r Everyone is also Invited to attend in the past and we welcome 'sty.";:: ....ralZ j.1 05.. ..leclueJe; Nose'

Sun., Mon..Tues Feb. 4,5,6 The W. T. Weeks Chapter UDC Edward Endicott the Mid-week Prayer ServIce applications from men and women I I I P..I_ .,.. au u.fef, nn.. re ek eveff..,,.h.n....are...

.i NEVER A DULLMOMENT will meet February 7, at 3 o'clockin Celebrates at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. The who want to join us in serving the 1'e

the home of Miss Madge Middle- BirthdayEdward Book of Acts Is being discussed' public even better in the future. believe this polley het .
ton with Mrs. E. L. Matthews as and all are at liberty to ask customer s OUl'
I Endicott son of Iva You will be rendering a real service With ;: e ,?ore money
co-hostess. questions and discuss the Bible. the
Iran Dunne Fred Ma Murray
Mae Lewis, was honored on his Remember: "A church that I' to & and future employee l item. fWn t rlce marlted
Also" News tf Cartoon 9th birthday. Thursday afternoon giving them for zed
prays together stays together." by your tuggeetions :
Doris Circle you kno
Knight January 18th. A pretty blue coco Homer Swindell Pastor. making A&P a better place to hop. W what ut7fa'fSnperRight''MEATS'/
Wed., Thur. Feb. 7, 8 nut birthday cake with pink
Please write -
The Doris Knight Circle of the tCUSTOMER
FEATURE candles was prepared for him by
DOUBLE -
CARD OF THANKSI
-
First Baptist Church will meet on f
his RELATIONS DEPT
mother. A group of his little
February 6 at 7:30: p. m. Mrs. t l ., ;rrKenneth friends gathered at his home In wish to thank all of my A&P Food Stores

MontanaErrol Adolph Gay. program chairman. Brooker and enjoyed many varied friends, the people of Bradford 420 Lexington Ave.,New York 17N.Y. ..
Hostesses: Mrs. T. K. McClane,
Flynn Alexis Smith joyful games with him. Refresh- County blood doners, and school
Mrs.' Resale Colaon and Mrs. A
ments of cake and drinks were officials for their kindness duringmy
AND--I -ANDK'lLLER B. Baker.WOODMAN'S... serve Those present to enjoy Illness. ____ Edward Masney.In !

the occasion with him were.Dlckle
SHARK CIRCI.IS '
Davis, Glenda Lynn Parker Linda Clreult Court.. Bradford. County., \Ite* I
Lauretta Luez, Roland Winters 'lorlflnl In (hnneery.Raymond ..
Gayle Jackie
Green Mott Jean
Every Tuesday night it 7 o'clock F. Uunn. Plaintiff, va. KflflM
Also.News will be drill night for the Wood- Endicott Gene Edwards and Olive B. Uunn Defendant.Case I AI.'.( OOD SLICEDBACON

man's Circle. AU members are I Jeanne Walt I Order. of Publication And Kotlre No. 8243 To I lb. 49ciMl

-=- urged to be present. ..._ ._ _n___. .
'" '
(i. Rogers ."" c C' : .. :
: : .
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PBR HIGIITSmoked

..- Members of the Starke MethodIst & VEGETABLES Bacon, lb. 55c|

Youth Fellowship will attend YOU onfidence in' General WRITTEN:: DRI.iriOl
put
the Gainesville District Youth En. can your PI-PKK RIGHT HALT'
Friday & Saturday Istment Rally of the Florida APPLES, 3 lbs. 25c BACON, lb. 33c

ONLY III Methodist Youth Fellowship on Electric and your dealer' .

Tuesday evening February 6, in ELECTED: SIZES! IDAHO BAKING OSCAH MAYER'

the First Methodist Church of G. J., McGRiFF t., -. POTATOES, 10 Ibs. e 49c Bacon Squares lb. 35c
/ 25Dresses Ocala. it was announced this weekly .. I** ,

Billy Cressler publicity chair ,j. .
man of the local M.Y.F. LETTUCE, Head lOc MFPKU RIGHT SL'CEDSunnyfield
You can buy any General Electric Appliance -
Bacon lb. 59c
The featured speaker at the -
rally will be Rev. Kenneth O. just as cheap in Starke as you Pole BEANS lb. 19c.

Rogers pastor of the First Methodist ,. Fred ........'. Ornnce Band Super irade
'can anywhere in the United States be-
Church In Winter Park. Mr. WESTERN' :: WIXKHAP:! Pure Pork Sausage 65c
a
': ALL degree from DePauw University
GRADE AzAl.EA IlICKOItT SMOKED
SIZES a and his S. T. B. and M. A. degrees ADVERTISED, FIRST,
FRF.1H Jl ICY HWERTGRAPEFRUIT Sausage lb. 69c
from Boston '
University MERCHANDISE AT FAIR TRADE ,
School of Theology has held 8, lb. bag 35c.
.
lastorates in New Hampshire PRICES. CAP'N joii.-s !It'" 'LI. QUICK FROZE:

1 Indiana and Florida. Coming to ORANGES 5-lb. bag 19c Haddock Fillets, lb. 45c
tf F this state In 1938 he soon became {WE SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL J J ,

known as a leader and counslor of ,
/ r P'\:! JOMV'fl <)IICIC KHOZE-H!
youth. To Florida Methodist young Flounder
Fillets lb. 69c
',people he Is known as the "dean .. -
IONA FLOUR 25 Ibs.
of sharing hour speakers" In G. J. McGRIFF ,

youth assemblies, for he has serv-
ed in that capacity for a numberof Plain or Self-Rising 1.64

years.A A-PENN
YOUR G. E. DEALER
Ar A t full evening program has 100% PURE PENNSYLVANIA

been planned as follows: its STAKKE, FLA. Swifts Baby Meats 21c MOTOR OIL Qts. 24c

6'00: p. m.. Sandwich supper. WEST: FHONE -

3:30 p. m., Fellowship Hour. Fun CALL ST. :229 MATH- BAHSweetheart
5
I singing, 'presentation of confer- I Soap 13c Qt. Can 1.20

ence officers, MYF plans and projects

1 showing of new film-strip

"A Day at Youth Assembly" Air Wick 53c Ttl.ro FEEDDaily

7:45: p. m. Rally Service. Rev. Horse IpQ Ibs. 4.23J
Kenneth O. Rogers speaker. Ivory Soap, large bar. 15c -

Theme: "My Church My Work I WE ARE PLEASED tl.ro FEED .
and I."

8:45: Meeting of Life Service. TO Ivory Soap, personal bar 6c Dairy 20%, 100 lbs. -


$ Volunteers.9:00: Group Recreation. \ ANNOUNCETHE Ivory Flakes .- 31c TI.CO FREDSGrowing 4.2Si
.d
1) Twelve of these Youth Ralliesare APPOINTMENT OF Mash. 25 Ibs. |
being held hrough Florida as a

project of the Volunteer Service Dreft 31c ,
r+ I '
Movements of the MYF. Each E. T. SHULL Scratch, 25 Ibs. 1.09
these meetings bring together
year
VALUES '. hundreds of young people for an Camay Soap, bath bar 13c 100 Ibs. 4.29

evening of Information worship, -
UP TO PLUMBING & HEATING
Inspiration fellowship and enlist Lava Soap- med. bar lOc TlLfO FKKH9!

8.95 ment to full-time Christian voca- Laying Mash 25 Ibs. 1.23
tions. Attending the Rally with -

Mr. Rogers will be some of the 325 Temple Avenue Oxydol a e 31c1001ba.. 4.89
conference MYF officers and Rev.
Warren W. Willis conference director IMIONK STARKE FLA.P.. O. BOX Swan Soap Ige. bar 15c
I 144 -
. No.Lay-Aicay Exchanges or RefundsROBBINS' of youth work who will 691 Jewel Oil, pts. 36c

preside over the rally and pre-rally Swifts. Cleaner 12c .
meeting. Local arrangements are AS OUR .
93
under the direction of Mrs. Thos. Swiftn'ing:3lba. -

O. Mitchell district director. AUTHORIZED SPECIAL AGENT Spic'n Span, 16 oz. 24c _


Bills May Be Paid Here Lux Flakes e 31c

WSCS NoticeCircles Applications for Service Will Be Taken r A & P Food Store

I of the First Methodist

Church will meet Monday Febru- And Filled
ary 5, at 3 o'clock. : : The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea O
ll iisho4p

The Store of Values E.Circle Middleton 1 kt the on home Walnut of St.Mrs. W. GAINESVILLE GAS COMPANY I I Kmtlw Cvmtrmt C..rrlh<... IM

Circle 2 at the home of Mn. 300 East Call St.

. .
Titus Olson S. Walnut
on St. Starke FloridaT"
. .. Circle 3 at the home of ),(r.. -- - - - ...
- - -
San Anderson on Cherry St.


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2. 1951 BRADFORD COCNTV TELEGRAPH. STXRKE, FLORID _ PACE FIVE

. Sally Ann Epperson la accomp Miss Joan Carpenter underwentan t- Claude Johns, Jr., a student at Friends of Van D. Patel will be Charles Knight of the University!!I hire D. L. Nix and Mrs--W N.

aning her grandparents, Mr. and appendectomy n St. Vincent's FSU spent the weekend with his glad to know that he la improvingat of Florida Is spending the midterm North of the State Farm, and Mrs
Mrs. R. U Richard of Jacksonville Hospital Monday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude his home after a slight stroke vacation in Starke with home : C. H Nasworthy atendtd the Ballet -
Johns. last Tuesday! night. folks, I I Russe In Jacksonville Tuesday
on a trip to Plant City Faxon student at Flor
Buddy a
''c GrON Tampa and St. Petersburg this ida-Southern, will spend the weekend Mrs. J. L Anderson, Sr. was In Edward Massey of Lawtey, who Mrs. Archie Crawford and heredaughters 'I E. L Langston of Olanta, S.
week visiting relatives. with his mother< Mrs. W. D. BrunHwlck, Ga. the early part of WAS seriously Injured by an accidental Carman and Cynthia I c. Is visiting his son-in-law ana
In Palmetto over the weekend Faxon. I the week visiting her sister, Mrs shotgun wound several of the State Farm were weekendguests I daughter, Mr. and Mrs E. L. Mi. -

THE PJEWS attending a National Guard In. George Flynn, Jr of LeesburR Carl Bower, who is ill weeks ago Is steadily Improving of Mrs. Cecil Sewell. K/tight> .

a. .. ___ structlon on tanks were: Sgt. J. will be home for the weekend with I Mrs. T. M. Hutchings spent the at Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville, a.-.-..---.---.-----------..-
Hlldebran- A. Christmas, Capt. Harry M. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George I weekend in Trenton visiting Mr. and experts to return home soon
fMrs.4 :J. E. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hopkins of Hatcher. Jr, Sgt. P. C. Marsh, Sgt Flynn, Sr I and Mrs R. Q. Dodson Mr and Mrs J. C. Braden, Mr. ieriM'l 1 Snitli

M jlr Sunday guests Mr. Gainesville were dinner guests of Robt. Chapman and Capt. Ralph Mr!*. Emmalyene Mathews of( Mrs. W C. Powell and childrenand and Mrs A. H. Cruet. Mr and Semen Door"
dt'at1 Carroll of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Baasett. Ocala and George" McIntosh of Mrs. George Flynn visited :Mr, Mrs. Herbert Dahl. Mr. and Mrs. Eliot BuildingMaterials
Enoa on Tuesday evening Mrs Maude Wesley of Haw- Gainesville spent Sunday as guests and Mrs. Glenn Wood in Zophyrhllls B W. Curry: and Miss Myrtle KnantrlnVarnUh:
of Fitzpatas Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hardy and thorne weekend of Reddish of Jacksonville the
v fat es Spurlin was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan and and George Flynn Jr. In spent
old friends children visited Mr. and Mrs 'and Mrs. A. E. their aunt
visiting Mrs Jennie Roper family. The :Morgans and their LreKburg over the weekend.Mr. weekend here visiting I
.?' /. She Is the former William Hardy In Lake City Saturday McDonald.Mrs. guests spent Sunday afternoon in and Mrs Robert Green Mrs Laura Johns, who has been Hand T'MIH
,, |Hlcky and had been B. E. Andrews of Lake Frank very ill but Is now much Improved Power SawsFaltYMl'e
Green" Cove Springs visiting In Jackaonvile visiting -
If mother-in-law at Pen- Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Godbold of Butler spent Sunday visiting Mr. Morgan. spent Mrs.Sunday Green's mother, Mrs Mr. and Mrs Merton Galloway Itaor ARE STILL AVAILABLEI'StrewnI'wIN"I
the past wo weeks Lake City spent the weekend a. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier. J
| for visitedMr. Bell Reddish who la confined to of Palatka spent last week with l)r Grille
ed home Tuesday. guests of Mr. -and Mrs. E. D. Mrs. R. E. Tanner, Sr. of Bald- Mrs O. W. White Sr. Mrs. Galloway's parents" the Van I
and Mrs. Charles Savage in St Luke's Hospital I NOW'1"ntknt.
iV, Carpenter, assistant Patray. win visited her sister, Mrs J. H. Patels. | t.. M'all Hoard
!
I was taken to St. Vln- Mrs. A. R. Furnas and daughter Fields, over the weekend. Dinsmore last :weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dan by and Onu'iit
ital with pneumonia Patty, of Union town, Ohio arrived Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren and Mrs. T. H. Slade and and children visited the Stephen Mrs. Mayme Toomey was called
to Chicago to be near her son, :SnmlMamtnry Is The Time Toirat
,here Wednesday for an indefinite and children spent Sunday visitingthe children spent the weekend In Bacon Foster Memorial Sunday. Emerson Krrr: who has been ( rl 1 .
aloes, a sophomore atW visit with Mrs. Furnas brother- Jacksonville zoo and also visIting ton, Ga. visiting Mr. and :Mrs_ It ft. Armstrong Linoleum and seriously ill. Mrs. Toomey and lIOn : Mix: Repair or Re-model
,
College, N. C., wa in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes, JV.. Jackson.Mr. (\>nfrol! ..iim. Floral and Tile pat will return ta-Staike as soon as he IllMlllltlOllVX' \ >1Wood
nd guest of his parents, Charles Hardy. Jr. in Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Lynn were M'niH. Hart Furniture Co. I Is able to travel to be with her Glass DiockeAabretos -:-
"irs. L. D. Haines Lt. Col. and Mrs J. A. Griffinof and Mrs. W. E. Dowlingand In Morristown over the weekendand Attending the District BPW Fo- daughter Ruth Toomey Toppins. Shinglre! .. .
Deal will Camp Standing visited friends spent the weekend In with S-61- PHONE: 8562;
Mr. Herbert family brought bACk to Starke rum at Sportsman's! Lodge/ near who ts flnltUilng her senior year In Rash .
rat of next week for Ore in St. Augustine Saturday and also Palatka visiting Mrs. Dowllng' them Mrs. Lynn's mother, Mrs. Palatka Sunday were Mrs. Paul- Bradford High School. Serwuln>

they will remain for attended an underwater jeep parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Math Susie Andrews. ine Torode Miss Della Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wilkes of Konflni Cement

the winter. demonstration at Marlneland. ews. Mrs. Blanche Edwards returned Miss Pat Lambe, and Mrs. J. D. Willy, Mich are guests of Mrs Metal TrimMoulding ANNIS I
4u Miss Dolores McKnight, a student home Saturday after being con Doyle. Wllken'. parents Dr. and Mrs. Le-

at Florida-Southern, arrives fined In St. Luke's Hospital for Mr and Mrs. Herbert Deal have muol Colrton. They are here for \\a1ir I'ltNifliiK t
home today to spend the weekend ten" days. She was brought to her returned from Macon, Ga. where the graduation of their Bon, Hilly Asphalt ShlnglfRLumtMr
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs home here by Mr. and Mrs. Harry they spent two weeks with Mrs. who will receive his KS degree BUILDINGItMdlalg I

LOR I DA I E:, L. McKnlght. Edwards of Jacksonville, who remained Deal's sister. Mrs. A. W. Petty, from the University of Florida I Felt SUPPLIES I Inc.
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklnaf for the weekend." Jr., while Mr. Petty was In Chi this Saturday Fan Brit ,
f are' attending the Circuit Judge's Mra Mae Edwards and daughter I cago on business Rural Mull Hour 736 SO. MAIN ST.

Dedicated To Community Service convention Jacksonville. from Elaine and Albert Crews Mrs. Willie Mae Denton and son, Flntilng Tiv. .kl<>
"Movies Are Better Than Ever"Y Thursday to Sunday. Headquarters spent Sunday In Daytona Beach Michael and mother Mrs Q. W. SPECIAL ON Hun Ammunition. CJAINESVILLEUSE; '
-- ----- ----- -
is In the Seminole Hotel. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Ed- Hlnson, together with Mrs. Elsie sur COVERS Alunilniimlmlonn\
Mr and Mrs James T. Moore 'wards and children. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Fleet Collins Metal. Lath -

Feb. 3 ONLY Tues., Wed Feb. 6, 7 and children moved from King The appearance in Jacksonvilleon and sons of Gainesville visit- SETTEE $12.50 Hull Roofing A N N 1ST O N E" :
ley Lake Thursday to the house February 3 of the First Piano ed Cypress Gardens and Bock CHAIR( 5.00 Garage( DooM
SLE FEATURE. ----- I located next door to Gay's Service Quartet will have added interest for Tower last Sunday.FOOD 1\fAJI: TO ORIER Step Ladder THE nETTER CONCRETE
REX BEACH.. ,l Station on W. Madison street. Starkeltea In the fact that Paul Ventilating Fan BUILDING BLOCK
This. Prlc Include ljtln only
Friends of Mrs. J. W. Klncalc' Knight, son of Col. and Mrs D. E.
( AT HIS GREATEST!. will be happy to learn that she livery Knight, has directed their NBC SALEST. Dew. Not
1 the much Improved after spendIng radio program for several months. EDWARD'SAUXILIARY ItEADY-MlXED CONCRETE DELIVERED TO YOUR
BeddingCompany
1 two weeks In the Tampa Municipal While the Quartet 1s on tour, the :
Hospital and Is expected I tr program will be heard by trans- CLUB HOME QUICK SERVICE! j

nven1ers leave the hospital this weekend. cription from 5 to 5:30 p.m. eachSaturday. Feb. 3rd. ji
51-\V.- 'Harke
Phone :
Don Ray Tilley and Cecil Sew- from NBC studios, New SULLIVAN'S Call St. i
tarring ... .
ADELE MARA ell of Starke and George Elate York. ----------------- 9
JOHN CARROLL
t and Archie Crawford of the State -- "
Md w.wwil* NONA MUM MAIlS.ma*la Farm accompanied the I Chamber

-- ANi-' "'- end.....ed..l... fERNANDO LAMAS of Commerce exhibit truck to the look at I\
A HEfUiUC PICTURE 4 Tampa Fair on Sunday. Lovely to '
.M-G-M presents' Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Duncan and ., ,,:', ;

daughter. Markaret Rose, spent ,
t IMc1MITiI "Zoot Cat" Cartoon ami Sunday visiting Mr. Duncan' "
brothcr-ln-Iaw and sister, Mr. anti !h',',
Latest News
MOO MONTALBAN ( Mrs. Rosa Adams at Neptune Ford'i "faMoa Cm" beauty h beauty built to lart. New "BoM- f ': ,d

EORGE MURPHY Beach. Enamel" color ore "boded on" to *e.p their luttre. Ford's new

Thur., Fri. Feb. 8, 9 Mrs. W J. Epperson, Jr. will "LuHury lounge" Interiors ore upholstered with long wearing Ford

take Mary Sue Epperson, Nancy; croft Fabrkil The e fabrics, like oil Ford's Interior appointment, are ,
Jfmmle Moncrief, and Ann
DuPre "Gntom.Keyed"to exterior color And fci Ford'i roomy Interior you
Man vs. Superman"D Johns to Tampa over the ;weekend
wion. will attend the State rest comfortably with new Automatic Ride Control
(i g Show Cartoon where they ltJ t
Fair. Friday night they will be the adjutting your ride to every road condition JJdt-e---

Feb. 4, 5 ; guests 6f Mr. and Mrs. R. N. White ,, -
**A MsBBBBBBBBBWMsjSBBl In Plant City and Saturday night ft
.w the guests of Mr and Mrs. A. CKlpple

mm In Tampa. .
Technicolor 12 ft. Armstrong Linoleum! and ',
.
Floral and Tile pal :
Omgoleum. ..
EJIATIN t"r". Hart Furniture Co. -
Mr. and Mrs. E. W Hayes visit- i
A Paramount Pictutt staring Jr: : --f'.f' '
W.
E
e4.Air and Mrs Hayes

C MIC ALAN LADD 1BEEMM DICMIODD In Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Saturday.Morris Jackson of : -

.wnwi sinwin mii aea aerial lava weekend visitors i iw'
Jacksonville were \.
ANn "Tom Thumli'M. Trouble" of Mrs. Carl Jackson. ) .
|of Fun" Cartoon and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and : ,

Latest News Cartoon daughters. Janet and Jane, spent .
Sunday visiting friends In Gainesville w
and Brooker.
Mrs. Wilma Thompson of Tulsa, t I

Okla., Is visiting her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W .

B.Mrs.Thompson.C. H. Hall of Newton Oa.

will spend Sunday with Mr. and
!
Mrs. J. H Ritch at Kingsley Lake, and loaded with"GO"

Mrs. Peek, who has been visiting ,
A VALENTINE GIFT FROM KOCH'S friends and relatives here the past
three months will return to New
ton with her nelce Mrs. Hall. .

Mrs Walter Alvarez of Jacksonville Both Ford V-8 aM Six ...0.... give" you rood-ruling get-away, ." '.
week with her sls- a ,- I
last ; ,
\ spent Ford't fuel-iav
"
with
Both equipped
and. .,.-op.ning.coeomy. are I
Ara
t ter., Mrs. Ella Johns and Mrs. Ing Automatic Mileage Maker..a combination Ignition, carburetion. -

.. Moltt.Mr and Mrs. William Norris had and combustion. system that tquMzei the fait ounce of power out of

as their guests Wednesday of last every drop of fuel and give you,high. eompre..!on performonc.'I'I'f-'' ..
week Mr. and Mrs. Al Smith and wW regular gat. And ForcTi V-8. teamed with Fordomolie". gives t ).. "I

daughter. Donna, of Indianapolis. you .... final, mod flexible automatic driving "erl) ,;
Ind, and Mrs. Bruce Dodd and
daughter, Patricia, of Ocala. Mrs. .O Hi..l..v/r.d.IsrrAr.od, I

ti4 m Dodd was calling for her daugh- \ I
1 ter. Jan, who had spent ten days .
"1 with 'her grandparents, the Nor-

rlses.
"t it .a t7E
under-
Mrs. O J. McGrlff. Jr.
Tuesday In
tonsilectomy
went a
: Ganso i
I w Jacksonville.\
xr e ") Attending the Ballet Russe In

Jacksonville Tuesday were Mrs. I

Lex: Green and children Lu Lex,
Jr. and Bill, and Gunga Patel,
3 Rivers Stubblns of Starke,
r en'eftdr Mary
and Mary Lou Harris of Gainesville

.
Mrs. W. E. MIddleton entertained ,
kn
3
Sunday
at a family dinner party
in celebration of Dr. Middle- 1 I iIII

T ton's 74th birthday anniversary
'y a the occasion with the
Enjoying
COMPLETE UNEI I t ) Mlddletons were Mr. and Mrs. E.

v7w"tiful OF L. MIddleton, Miss Margie Middle-
ton: :Mrs. W. Q. Dowling and Mrs.
COSMETICSPERFUMES Mae Jones, all of Jacksonville\ and
Mr. and Mm. E. L. Matthews and

CARS family.Mr. sun,
and Mra Garl Mathews had
the early part of
as their guests
r Display TOILETRIES week Mrs. Marie Wilson and
Candy the
New Irene Darnellle of Ottumwa. .
rds In Heart Boxes Mrs. Crane Barnett of Bloomfield -" ,

Iowa, Iowa and Mr. and Mrs. HL. l YOU CAN PAY, MORE BUT YOU CAN'T BUY, BETTER THAN
Jacksonville Beach. .
Hunt of ";.. <
I FREE O'REEFREE FREE FREE spent Mrs.the Y. A.weekend Harris of visiting Gainesville her ,- "-I.., \ |; FORD

: daughters. Mrs. G. :J. MrGriff. Bend .- '-' ,-.-. ....,!
rival Secrets FOR Atomic Attacks Mrs": Lex Green and .anui>...
MM. Miriam Klckliter and Miss .... -.
.
|ve a of Cards ''giving the, Six Survival Dorothy Clair Klckliter of Green
supply
CoV Spring were dinner RUesti -" *< ., DRIVE"!.
*
{, COME IN FOR A "TEST
FUEE for the
These
fa for Atomic Attacks. are of tlrr and :Mrs. W. H. Nollman

fBe sure to come In for your card. Keep it with Tuesday' evening

itil you have memorized it.D Mrs R. J- Davis vlslted her
daughter, Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr.In .

Mr.Penney and Mrs.Farms Martin Tuesday.Land spent ANDREWS MOTOR CO.Madison I i

'Thursday' In Gainesville vlsitlpgMr
Drug StoreFREE ]' Leon Galloway and }fr, and .

Mrs W. H. ClIlIa.I .
D C H I Mr. and ).1'.... G. J. McGrlff, Sr.
DELIVERY I and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. McGriff.I .
FLORIDA Phone 118
STARKE
I spent Sunday in Jacksonville & Adams SUe 4 4I
273.W who
Phone 53 Night visiting Mrs. P- T. McGrlff. I i

I has been 1"- J
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,' PAGE: SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGRAPH. PTARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAV._ .-FERlUT\R1l UTFARMER'S
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-- water contract and for luck In bingo nounce the birth of a daughter, Ire m* la Main pont -1 --
t' work conveniently with a tractor was a lovely, hanging: plant Bun Pranclico. Call' I 4
but it It one of our best spots, so The Club president, Mrs. R. P. MoLenJon were won by Mrs. H. .1, Kucera, Catherine Helen, In a private hospital You are r'.mitr"< a
STATE FARM J R. Kite and Mrs. P. D. February !l,
Mrs.
"., we'll have to use it. presided over a brief business In Orange Park Saturday named Court IBM
By Mr*. Bryan Whltfield session during which through Fancher, respectively.' After the January 27, 1931.In In plaintiff norkt. end III
f 1 DIARY But In the meantime the pepper an open discussion, members com- progressions" a salad course was County Telegraph
t Order' In ,
seed In the cold frame Un't doing pleted plans for sponsoring: a Val- served Circuit Court. Bradford (''''..'''. Wltnea next f.u ,
Mr. and Mrs. J P. Warren of Mrs J. M. Brownlee and ........,.. I my hand I
By Sam McGarvey\ anything at all, so it doesn't lookas entine dance. At the entertain I Monday Florida In ( at '..rk., Fin. thl \, '
'
Jacksonville were supper guests of ment hour piano selections were Mrs. J. E. Wlloon of Starke were William J .Hammer, Jr., Plaintiff, (OFFICIAL tEAL) >
we'll be able to raise i
1 though I' Mr. and Mrs W. N. North Monday.Dr. Mrs.W. va, Cleopatra N. Hammer, Defendant AN rip'
and
il of Mr.
The author will be glad to re- played beautifully by Misses Betty luncheon guests Case No. '8237 By Myrtle T DeavWash (,
1:" oelItem* of Interest concerning our own pepper w a plants. and Mrs. D. L, Nix and their Williams, Carolyn Crews and O Strlngfellow.Mr.'and Order Of Piiblli-atio And KotlM. To ,
i'L{ the activities of farmers .. daughter Margaret; visited relatives Nancy Bates. The hostesses, Mrs. Mrs R D. Peacock, for- Apwar irATR OF FLORIDA Tel..
.
However, Alice's Rutgers tom.atoes CleopAtra N. Hammer, whnmi r* AlllUIIIIl .,
h t ; Bradford County. Suggestions may and eggplant and white tomatoes In Groveland and adjacent McLendnn and Mrs. J. 0. '_ Godwin, merly of Starke, are now Farm Idonce' ,In unknown, but who. ad- S
a 4' be left at the 'Telegraph office or along fine. Big towns Sunday.Dr. served sandwiches and cake with residents having moved SaturdayInto Let Us
'1, mailed< Florida. job now Is to keep the plants from their dinner guest Tuesday eve-j Mrs. Noah Young ;
t. CIOr.r.
I t I growing too spindly. I, ning Dr. Kenneth Shepherd of Bridge Club Meting tlubrecht Baby WELDING Your ,
a I Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs I* F. Chapman placed,holly I Mr. and Mrs. O F. Hubrecht an- ;(JI"I"'
I is Good luck to them In able 9 ,
anyhow about
Everyone practically always After bragging being Bessie Greene of Live Oak with its profusion of bright' red Pounds If is.t t
there is in their new enterprise to get barbed wire from a mail, I ..f(11
wondering if money visited Mr and Mrs. P. S. Crews '
berries at points of interest in her
e order house, we have to admit I For 40c! Ima n''
keeping chickens. You'll hear one last Tuesday and Wednesday. home when she entertained the oCARPOOER'SPRESCRIPTION
Ordered 2,000 Arkansas berry that our order was returned tin- lely""".
"there's in Accompanied by Mrs. C. H. State Farm Bridge Club Thu..dayaJternoon FREE Bleach' ]If
money
person say :4/- Eesi
plants, which is double the number filled. Looks as though we'll haveto Naaworthy of Starke, Mrs. W. N. :.
of last week. Her r
prize
chickens" and another 1t 1 :
saying learn to live without wire for II! IJ
we have tried before. As we North and Mrs. D. L. Nix attended awards were handkerchiefs and '
t 1 doesn't pay". Well, we've kept have not been able to raise our\ the time being. Of course, our the afternoon performance of for high and second high score in PHARMACISTS JC 'setrKan
fairly accurate record for a year: own plants successfully yet, one hogs don't mind a bit the Ballet Kuans de Monte CarloIn I
' and here are the figures. First of: We offer the people of Starke
may (wonder why we doubled the Jacksonville Tuesday. We Win :is:=
all, we had an average of 65 hens number. Here It Is. Folks around Alice attended a regular Home Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Vance FREE !
I some of which are old for the year here have given us lots of good Demonstration Club Meeting in Geiger of Jacksonville were supper and vicinity one of the most Dry Your Clo&f.jt}

and they produced 10,652 eggs, advice on raining berries, but the Lawtey this passed week. The guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, M. For Prompt FREE Removalof modern and finest equipped .
or an of 162 eggs hen. speaker Miss Bebls, State Textile Bradley. For ,ltrtU
I average per trouble is we haven't followed It. I Dead Crippled & Worth 20c 1It'01.,
We sold 721 dozen and used 150:: This year we will, and think we Expert, gave: many practical Mr and Mrs. Jack Nelson of less Cattle Horses Mules welding shops anywhere.All .
dozen ourselves. Eggs sold at an can handle 2,000 If we do as rye pointers on how to buy clothing Jacksonville spent Saturday night Work Guaranteed In New Automatic DaJJSJJ""
average of 47.2o per dozen for the are told. But It is easier to give materials She also made a very and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. & Hogs t
I to
+ year and the average cost was advice than to take it. strong plea against hoarding and W. Brannen* Call 132 StarkeWE SMITH'S GARAGEAND M.*'.*
,
33.7c. Total cost of feed grit, all unnecessary buying. -
Club
oyster shell medlclnals, etc., was As evidence that we are leaning a Community Pastel hued Spring Meeting;blosaoms ALWAYS COME I t '
ON-TIIE1\IINIT SERVICE MACHINE SHOP Washele&i'& '
'. $296.06, or a dally cost of 81c. we are going to. put our Cut up land this week for adorned the club room for last Florida Renderers The
Our profit amounted to $67.42, but runner plants. out on "new1 land. Messrs. Kelly. Rasmussen and Yar- Tuesday's program meeting: of the PHONE Temple Ave. Starke

' this Is increased by $53.58 when Select a plot in the woodlot, burned borough. During the last operation Community Club. Also noteworthyIn INC. Day 64, Night Temple Ave.
we charged ourselves for the 159 off, and now are trying to get broke a couple of collars on the the pleasing; decorative scheme N 9 .1
I dozen which we ate at cost, or a some of the stumps out After bush-and-bog harrow. but think [ ;
h total profit of $121.00 for the that it will not be difficult to re-
that,, we will cut it up, bed it, and tat I Iksr
dj! year. Our figures are not given to set out our runners. place them. Metal can take justso i il
prove that we did well or did poorly a a much pounding, and then some ;

i but rather to report our exper Wonder If it was all right to thing has to give. tot
fence On the whole, we are satisfied put Nitrate of Soda on a patch of a a t
that the chlckena will for Have another statistic from l ,
pay oats that our stock la now grazing -
themselves and make a small profit and talked to a few men In Alice's figures for last year. She I Id

I l and we think that we can do town about it. Asked Lex Green, kept strict record of all monies

better yet. For one thing, our and he quite correctly referred spent, and of course one of the big
t figures show a profit of about $2: others. We are pretty sure that Items in any household Is for food.
per head per year and if we had a the field needs the "Soda" but Our total cost for food last year

much larger flock our Income don't want our stock to graze it (for the two of us and Pop for the

.should be correspondingly higher until iWe are sure it won't hurt winter) 'amounted to $441.49. We
a aa
t them. bad thought that when we boughta
'' Well Toby, our new 'Brahman.i a farm that we would be able to
i t Jersey calf, has settled down in From the oat field our stock la, raise practically all the food we

( the barnyard with Butch our llttla .I I to be moved Into a field of millet would Deed for ourselves, and this

steer calf, and seems to be contented .I and sorgum. Cut up the land and figure of almost $40 a month for

now. We want very muchto will have it ready to sow .. soon food !Is'. lot higher 'than we ex: (
put her over In the fields with as all danger frost is passed. pected. However we think that 1'1'1/1 '
'
i the other calves, but after our Think that about two and one by deep-freezing, canning, and a //a

trouble in chasing her all over the fourth acres planted this way will eating our awn meat that we can Today's cars Are the finest yet-no doubt about it! o'

d I neighborhood we are afraid to do help our animals through the cut it down considerably. Bet our .

It just yet. Folks say that as a starvation "period". And hope that I I bill for feeding our stock was 5 5 And'' you bring out the finest performance your car is capable of M.I
part Brahman ..Iwl11 always we can keep them out of the corn. higher.
come and go pretty much as she ." when you GO GULF. S

pleases, but we will sea what we Also cut up the land which we "
-
t can do about that. Anyhow, she are going to use for snap beans. Symptom of Distress Arltlngfrom; At your Gulf dealer's, you'll get the best of everything-gasolines, ,

A certainly Is a.pretty. .calf. Think we will l make about''three STOMACH ULCERS lubricants, car services, and accessories. )
different of third
plantings one
Talked to Mrs. H. D. Starling In bu each a week apart and see !if DUE TO EXCESS ACID
I town and she told us that they we can sneak a crop through with. QUICK RELIEF OR NO COSTA For your car's sake, get acquainted with your Gulf dealer's fast, t

raised about 3 and one-half acres out the frost gettng It. Think we friendly, and courteous service today I Just look at. the line-up of
of broccoli in spite of all the bad will plant first batch about Feb. -A ou'tl5-pay Wat..Off//
and services he has for !
weather conditions. We superb products: you
saw some but .
14th. that will depend on a lotof toot million bottle 1 of the WIIXAID I t
of the bunches they sold and they other things TaatTuairr have bean sold for relief ofaymptomaofdlfftreMarlalng .

'really were pretty and just about and PMMI UIMT due to fromStomacIl a...a_<.. -
made us hungry to look at. She While Katrlnka, the tractor was Peer DItl_ sur or Ua*._ tMtMh. 'I '
.., Sli.. ,.... .
ttaartawnik lmtim '
said that'. they have been selling in good working,mood, w. also damns SJHM A M. Aik for "Millar** ; ; I "aI
.;
\
greens for some time now and cut up a little patch where we intend M_.. which fully explain*this remarkoable S '
that they' have a pretty berry to plant peppers It ia a small horn l ..amens4r..so L

patch. patch, and really too small t KOCII DRUG STOKE "
i a a '@ \
.
"
We worked our ten rows of \H"
J for O
broccoli with a little hand plow to Important News :r _

throw some fertilizer up,to the

plants. They are "sorry" as you Growers and: Stockmen' 4 jee4rre
can well imagine after all has

happened to them but we still
want to get all we can out of i"'I-rt:! '''IIII' .
them. We did have our first mesa ..' ii.,
Gulf pride Oil- Great NoNoxGasoline
? of broeeoU It delicious
and /was really ..
I the world's finestl! I
.. 1
I.." -* "" f "" ..' Gulfpride Motor Oil Is the. cnlg motor Terrific power in every. drop: Gives

Read that some crops really oil that'AlchIor! -procaaid.Tbfs Is an peak performance) today's powerful

need ordinary table salt to make .'gird refining step.Il make*GutfprKle nevp. engine*-and give. new pep and I Ir

f them grow. Have not seen anydltfe..nce ... lira pure and Extra efficient. vigor in many older can, tool I

yet but: we will keep ." -..... I .
I watching Have not yet been able I
i to raise beets here. .
a ;
._ :
Now we're In a fix as far as \

Porky is concerned. She is aboutto M
farrow and we had thought of
t letting her have them out In the 4" ,.

i I field by herself and not bother at .
all with her( a distinct change for -'" .-!:.. '

us as we used to go by what the (
Selecting a Fertiliser Formula Alto
.
expert. wrote). But now we are

afraid that If ,we do that anothersow _

will bother the little pigs so Good Gulf Gasoline __
'8 ,1 t we're not sure what the heck to do. Requires Experience! Gulflex Lubrication! ?
1 This Is better than ever I
just one. more time when
t In this service, special Culflex lubricant -
{ we feel the lack of experience In Stepped up to give smoother perlorm-
*are uaed-to reduce car wear atquickstarting
farming ,this regular-price .. give.
1 Successful farming requires a lot of experience: that can't sea ItiMy-nlnt vital points of engine, I ?
,even pow.lorpick'ep
the for come out of books. Take selecting a fertilizer formula for chaaais and body!
Bought pipe a drivewayto and on the straightaway.
Better and from Florida soil call for
our new road tand and now we instance crops: profit a :
S are going to move the roadstand a fertilizer made especially for your particular soil.your crops.:

back and then have the pipe put This takes experience as well as study.:

in by the State Road Dept. Then ) That's why it will pay you to talk to your Wilson&:Toomer h

we will have the first requirement representative. He knows local: farm problems. The Wilson

I for a roadstand which is a suitable &: Toomer people have been studying Florida soils and crop:

.I place for cars to atop at. Then for more than half a century.: Knowing what is best for your EPt

we'll have to finish the roadstand soil i is their business. "...,..- 'if(! V $. f ,

Itself. ,F" From among the many IDEAL formulas developed for .
I ,r Florida conditions, your Wilson&: Toomer representative will'' lit
Real excitement on our farms help you select: a formula for top results with each: crop.: And -
this morning First shoots of asparagus while you're talking with b1Jn ask him about Fasco pesticides '/
came up. And this is an r
innovation it is frozen: aspara tool!. .;'e;;..t_,. .. _.__. _, Gulfs NewPowerCrest .

gus. Explanation is. of course, Battery! Gulf Famous Tires ,
that we had frost and the shoots 'They've got everything. Traction
were frozen. But It wont be long) W & T Fertilizer For Control Inserts AadPUeana Gives you needed punch for f*.t,sure* safety feature oodlea of mileag .
now If the weather turns mild Your Particulalr\ Needs I With Faco fire ttarta, plus the mighty reserve for rahie CUI.i beat. a-
before well be eating asparagus WatermelonFertllUers Pesticides lights. ,radio,and acc.-ri...Tope for you t :h

And Inasmuch as Pop hasn't had Dusts Value for dependability"J long I life I
fresh in 30
garden asparagus
Top Dressers Sprays .
years he Is drooling; all over the
Baits
place. Spring Vegetable
Crop Fertilizers

Sam's been popping the shotgun Pa.tarac Fertilizers Weed ControlW

at larks for some time now -4 1

and has yet to kill a single one alt T PRODUCTS AVAILABLE ATI
Alyce saw the lark eating the new GULF
dealer
haviT
peas, grabbed and came the Into gun,the blazed house away C. A. McSWAIN, Lawtey .

carrying a bird. Needless to say,
Also Ocala and Gainesville
she gave Sam the bird.

Had a pleasant. visit e from Ma' \

and Martha Maxwell who cam to WILSON &TOOMERFERTILIZER whathgoodbqouroiirJ, !

discuss the possibilities of raising] .
t stock for a living here in Bradford COMPANY

County. Needless to say, .we very] 0

quickly referred them to various <<' FLORIDA
other, farmers and agencies as WI /AcnONYJLLB_ _
1
know very little about anything,, DIVISIONS OF-WILSON: & TOOMER: Freeman Register Distributor
and less about farming and stock
raising. But like everyone else, w< Florida Agricultural Supply Co. Jacksonville Fla.

certainly do like to talk about It. Peninsular Fertilizer Work Tampa Fla. PHONE 155 STARKE FLA.



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.1 I"rk? ,'. P's! th J.IU.\ liti.iJFFLI'lAt. By Myrtli 'I'D,' !
tion afternoon n
I Eugene Long Raiford and Mrs. i Sunday ''' DsputyIerk
Presbyterian Church (' ".IAL.1) AAa J. Thomaclil T to',. Susie Carter, Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plnhnfoter' ,
BRO.OKER k >( .1 (' urt Alts fur I>lf, 1 -' 41' :Mi I S
!liLi.S 9:43: Sunday school.( The honorees received many Jr. and children visited Mrs. Rosa ; .,

,' p eJ 10 a.m. Fellowship Bible Class By Iva Ma Lewis lovely and useful' gifts. Pinholster and Mr. and Mm. Wilson .
:
11 a.m. Services conducted b y Games!' were played and prlr.es Green last weekend.Mrs. :1:
Dr. L. Ross Lynn, of Gainesville. were won hy Mrs Howard Walt 1 '. Ernest Edwards was In
i
L::: : Immediately following the service Birthday Party and Mrs. ft. P. Gainey i Gainesville shopping Thursday I
i I there will be \ congregations Mrs. Bill Bigham, honored her Refreshments of coffee. grape Mr. and Mrs James W. Thomas I
and corporation Meeting. Al daughter. Petty on her 4th birthday drinks and' cake were served by attended the S\lver Wedding Anniversary !
.. I, members are urged to be present. Friday afternoon.A the hoBtpKsen. of Mr. and Mrs. N. T
groap of her little friends Loral Thomas Sunday.Mr. !
Methodist
ChurchThe I
.hurch St. Mark's {gathered with her and played< Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberts of and Mrs. M. M. Gano and
EpiscopalRev.
First Methodist Church of : joyful games. Prizes were wOn Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Edd Infant daughter have returned to
Honor" will
,; n. E. Simmons, B. D..Vicar Hl and Andy Galney Polk Sunday. after
subject by Rev. Starke cordially Invites you to attend by Nancy rs their home In St. Augustine
''' _mon of ice and Mr and Mrs. W. E. Blghnm.. with his I
Refreshments cream few here ,
days
a
i ,Sunday morning at,1 the following services of 0:45 Church! School( CI881l's"forall upending
tfU cako served. Those and. children visited Mr. and Mrs.
Church. Starke. worship on Sunday, February 4- ages, nursery through Junior were present parents. ,
irrtU."t1 I"!*IPtl8t; th Command in the] Church School begins at 9:43: a.m. high. to enjoy the occasion with her B F. Guest of Tallahassee I flatHev. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markev were !My pnnonal Integrity and profession backed by 40 year : I

'ssage on the Ten In, addition to the regular classes 11 a.l1Morning Prayer and were Marcia Green. Linda and weeken4. In Gainesville shopping. Friday af of experience. In Fine Watch' Is
dt, Repairing Guaranteeof
your .
and Andrew
i Nancy Hiern, Joe and Jimmy An- Mrs Barney k '
being brought i in the Youth and Children's Divisions sermon by the Rev A. L, Fender- ternoon. I
ta Satll.tlW'tlnn.uth..rlz.... Distributor. for Hamilton. : .
tU demon Regenla and Roman! of LnCroiwee! Rev. and Mrs. Coleman ; ;
o'clock hour. The there are fove adult classes: 3. P. Baxter visited Mr. am! MM. 1III
'1".11" 11 i son.The Mr. and Mrs. James Elgin!: and llulova Watohe .-
,
, Pndgett
Harrell, Andy and Ann GaineyDaunys ., I Il1
the direction of Mrs. Mens BlDle Class, Woman's Bible: church: Is open dally for Johnny Lewis of Jacksonville last I
will bring special I Class, "Wesleyan" Class Couples prayer and meditation. Parker Mary Jane Big- W_ Thomas and sons were dinner weekend. I Ed Simpson Gem JewelrySeaboard iI
and I ham. Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Mra. guests: of Rev. and Mrs. C. A. ;! j
' Mona Canova atu7'p Class the Young Adult Class./ Mrs. L A. Mott l1- I
;) rs
; Mrs. R. F. Gano
: Holy Communion will be administered PENTECOSTAL Everett Gainey Mrs Guy Harrell Crosby of Penny Farms Saturday In k i Railway Watch Inspector I II
HOLINESS and Mrs. M. 10(. Gano were I J'
; Mrs.' II. S. Anderson. and Mra. R. evening.Mr.
, enlng The Bastnger'.' at the 11 o'clock servIce -I 1 10th St. and Temple Ave. M. Hlers.P. and Mrs.\ A. I>. Martin of Gainesville on business: WednesdayIn '' I K ih: "Starke'a Leading Jeuetor"Amazing 3
e14 rangejistlc\ team. will Sunday morning and the Sunday School 9:43: : -
a. m.; MornIng .
T. A. MeetingThe Wnld. visited' Mr, and Mrs. H F. "
"' ;{"sage In music and pastor Rev, Thomas G. Mitchell Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic % (Irrnlt Court, llradronl County,I tit >
regular meeting of tile On no Saturday. .
will the : 1'.1 l In hHnrrrr. ;
preach on "He
and Mrs. Basin- subject Services 7:00 .
t : p. m. Everyone A. Molt and Gould. I'litlntlff. VK, KlrnnnrI ..
Brooker P. T A. was held Thur Mr. and Mm. L .Inhn !')
the month at the Who is Faithful. Mr. Mitchell welcome.LAWTEY. Ion III. ni'foncUnt. Cnn,< :No.- H211onlrr i
' : JMr. and will lead"in will preach Sunday evening at (ilay night, January 25 In the school children were dinner guests of Mr. or i'nhII.'iI.'IS. \. ''il 'ntI'P. Totpprnr
,' cafeteria. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn of Ralford HI-ATM .>.' KI.OKIIIt TolKl -
the Hanklns/ Revival 7:30 on the topic "Thy Will Be .... iloulil whnfto rnaltlonc, and
nur
next Sunday The Done" the fourth In a series of The proRram for the evening! wa Sunday.Mrs. Hililromi. In. : lilA Virginia Avtnu.. New Type Of Hospitalization Insurance ;
: n, demonstration of the new filmstrip N_ C. Molt visited Mrs. irron, N.w York
1 directed by Geo.,I sermons on "The Lord's Prayer. by J. A. Parker. Heriinet LayflelJ and children and You are rottlrit to appear' oni"ehrirY I Offering benefits which eliminate all uncertainty as to
\ and the request The youth choir will sing at the projector IK, 1061 In the abovenamnd
( evening service. L. II. Futch school principal.At Mr. N. C. Mott who Is employed'' Court and ...n.,, whorcln amount payable when you are hospital confined. Full
,.oMoil Will feature the plno'o.Mrs. All people the next regular meeting with the! Florida Farm Colony plaintiff. sacks rtlvorr Hrxlfnril I benefits provided in policy are paid regardless of amount
Morse and Mrs. young are cordially (r'nunty Telegraph ahall puhllnh this
- Invited to attend the Methodist The twenty Junior High School students Gainesville. trdnr In next totir weekly I....... you spend.
Lawtey Home Demonstration will try out-spelling: twenty i Miss Iva Mae Lewis visited Mrs. Wit n...,.. tnv hand and official Boat '
hool meets at 9:43jnn : Youth Fellowship meetings each Club met at the schoolhouse Fill out attached Coupon and mail today. See for yourself -
and Mm. Juanita
Jr.. superlntend- Sunday evening at 6:30. A fellow- on Wednesday afternoon of last P.E T. A. member In a spelllni Jnella Hardy of Hardy Starke Thursday. the unusual security offered by this amazing new
feter to the spiritual ship hour Is enjoyed from 8:30: to week. Mrs. McGarvey bee. Arrangements are being iewaro CoughsFrom Plan
called the and of
made by J. A Parker and Mrs. Mrs. Oliver Hays son today.ESTATE
i than 35O regu- 9:30 by the young people follow meeting to order "
I more and the Lord's Howard Walt. Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Training Unions ing the evening service. I Prayer was said In Common Colds
t uinson after Refreshment of pie and coffee Guy Harrell Sunday 37 W. Monroe St. Jacksonville Florida
Children's Hour is
A conducted
15 with J. T. Lawson which Mlsn Rosa
Ii I presented Miss were served to the group by Mrs. Mm. Letha Perslnger of New - - - - -
he six active Unions every 19 by Wednesday Mra., J. R. Wainwright.afternoon at All 3: Bevis, clothing specialist, who gavea .1. A. Parker. and home room' York visited! her parents Mr. and That HANS OHCreomuliion ESTATE LIFE INSURANCE CoToF AMERICA
bus groups. I very
age interesting demonstrationof Mrs. C S. Kelley last week. relieve promptly becanM
mothers. 37 West Monroe St., Jacksonville Florida
children between the of
|w. A. Focus week In ages .6 clothing and sewing. The regu "'omen'llUIlonary! Society Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes and it toes right to the teat of the troubleto
and 12 are cordially Invited. Please send me complete information about the New-
.1th the young women lar members were delighted to The Women's Missionary So- two children of Dukes visited Mr. help loosen and eitpel germ laden
. i mid-week service as have several new members with social meeting was held at and Mrs. .. Leslio Green. phlegm and aid nature to tooth and Type of Hospitalization Insurance.

activities of the week At The TabernacleTuesday them at this time. clety the Baptist church. Wednesday Mr*'. C. *S. Kelley and Mrs. Letha heal membrane raw. tender Guaranteed inflamed to pleats bronchial you Name __ __ ____ _ _____________________ _
3me a play on Home Guests at the Methodist par afternoon January 24 at 3 o'clock. Per lngl'r were In Dunellen on or money refunded. Creomulsion baa Please Print
) 1 be presented; night at the Tabernacle "nonage during the weekend were The members planned to meet at business Thursday.Mr. '' stood the test of millions of user.
invitation la extended Charles E. Gremmels, business Mrs. Edward Weinberg of Chal- the home of Mrs. Earl Willis but and Mrs. T. W. Markey and .Street - .

hip at the services of layman of New York, brought an!font. Pa., Mrs. Samuel Chrlsman due to the Illness of her baby son,I Mrs. Mattie Sowekk!<< visited Mr. CREOftlUlfSIONnlltm City State r
|ptlst Church of Starke of Winchester Ziff Sec CMCH Ch** CeI",. Aclllw Imackltte.
Interesting message and Dr. John Va., Richard Chrls the meeting was held at the and Mrs. C. S. Keller of .

y the" music from the McNeill presented a unique musical man of Jacksonville, and B. E. church. The program was open- .. ,----1
I :ver. program, Including piano saw, Johnson and daughter. Mrs Mar. ed by Mrs. James W Thomas "
and violin numbers. vln McIntyre of Oklahoma' City program chairman. In charge
I BAPTIST CHURCH Miss Bahoney, missionary to Oklahoma.The Song titled 'Menus Calls Us,'. All
School, 9:43 A. M.
I Worship, 11 A. M.Service. Nigeria, West Africa was a guestat parsonage home has been prayer by Mrs. Malcolm Harrell STARLING S .. i BELOW
the Tuesday evening service. saddened by the news of the sud- Mrs. Eugene Crosby led the devotional '
7:30 P. M.
,
She is visiting at the home of Mr. den death of Mrs Walters' brother titled "Obedience." Those These .::1
(eetlng every Thursday and Mrs. W. A. Scott.R. Nelson F. Richard.. of Roanoke on the program were Mrs. Wilson

n 30 o'clock Brandkamp missionary, will Va. Mrs. Richard was state'sattorney Green, Mrs. Jimmie Crosby Miss .hroNe
Hemingway Pastor speak at the Sunday afternoon for the Veterans of Foreign Iva Mae Lewis and Miss Lubedli' PRICES Ceiling

Bible School hour on February 4. wars. ,Pinholster. The program was
Dr. McNelll will speak at the Mrs. G. W. Roberts entertainedher closed with a song titled "Sweet ,

morning and evening hour. Sunday School class with a 'I'Hour of Prayer" and prayer by

WCTI7 party on Wednesday afternoon of Mrs. Eugene Cronby,
The January meeting of the last week. After an hour spent MIscellaneous Shower .48

WCTU was held In the chapel annex In playing games the childrenwere Mrs. Roy Green and Mrs. John FLOUR 25 LBS. SELF-RISING 1.
of the Tabernacle last Friday served welners and drinks. Freeman recent brides were
afternoon. Mrs. W. N. Johnson, About 15 primary children en- honored at a miscellaneous shower. -
president, who has been visiting joyed this affair Wednesday afternoon at the

relatives and friends In Tennesseeand Mr. and Mrs.: S. I. Sneller of Community Center. hostesses
South Carolina, was presentto Jacksonville were visiting friendsIn were: Mrs. Lloyd Dyal. Mrs. T W
participate In the activities. Vtarkey Mm. Mattie Sowells. Mrs
Lawtey on Tuesday.
The devotional was based on the John Shaw, Mrs J. A. Parker
45th: Psalm and a reading, "Prayer Mrs. Beatrice Wells and daughter Mrs. J. W KeHey.; Mrs. Dave C

.
Mrs. Effle Miner. They all spent
( a Plans are under way for a special In The Center was beautifully deco
Tuesday Jacksonville.
temperance and patriotic meet- raed. A table placed In the center '
Ing to be held In February honoring Mrs. Jesse Smith and daughter of the room was arranged with
Miss Frances Wlllard and Qulnellr.were In Baldwin last Sunday a crochet piece. centered with a
whose attending the funeral of Mrs. bowl of Camellas.
other great personalities
birthdays occur In that month. Smith's niece and nephew. They There were sixty guests present LEAN'WESTERN
ecessaryasLaggagc. spent Suoday.nlltht with relatives Out of town guests were: Mrs Pork C 39cI

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST there returning home on Monday.Mr. Chester Andrews, New River; Mrs: hops

... OF LATTER DAY SAINTS and Mrs. H. C. Crews ot Clarence Roberts Lake Butler:

Services each Sunday In USO at Tampa were visiting relatives In Mrs. Olen Parrlnh Dukes; Mrs LH.
Jnsuxancs Temple & Tenth Sts. Sunday the Lawtey area the first' of the Hermon Moody\ Mrs. Dave Shaw
Sacrament Ser week. Mr and Mrs. C. R. Crews Mrs. John Shaw. LaCrosse; :Mrs.
School 10 a. m.
' on Sunday! Maurice Edwards. Starke; Mis
jley E. Johns vice 6:30: p. m. Public cordially
The WSCS of the Methodist SHORTENING 3 LB. Can
invited. '
I Agency church met with Mrs. G. W. Roberts I
'19
ST&RK". FLA. CHURCH OF GOD < last Friday. This was a social .

8th A St. Clair Sts. meeting honoring Mrs. Cath- NEW 1951PHILCO 95c'RICE I
: i 10 LBS.
Sunday School 10 a.m. erine Teare who was celebratingher
The
'. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m 82nd birthday party wan r Swiftning
Indeed to Mrs. Tears
a surprise
.. .
.... Sunday Evening Service 7:39: ( p.m. who had contemplated spending
THE Y'. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
I TRAVELERS, Hartford the day quietly at home alone. She
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m.
received mAny attractive and use-
- ------ ful gifts, the most attractive of ; 4 Ap

jit Bradford & Union County Residents which presented was by a Mrs.very Mildred pretty Cox orchid" of j
POTATOES Ibs. 25c
Jacksonville. Music .was furnish. 10 U.S.N0.1 1
ake
Your Fears to Church Sunday ed by Mrs. Will Edwards. After p ,

refreshments ,
the gifts were opened
Millions Leave Them There of birthday cake and tea or

I coffee were enjoyed. Enjoying the
sponsored bye occasion with Mrs. Teare were Mrs.

Butler Baptist Church I,Emma Effle Miner Hill Mrs., Mrs H. C.Hubert Kelley.Priest Mrs.

I Mrs. Frank Jones, Mrs. H. C. Sardines 29C FAB 30cTENDER
11 A.M "Our Highest Loyally" 'Walnwrlght.. Mrs. L. H. Futch. L

7:30 P.M. "King of Kings" I Brown Mrs. John Mrs.Rasmuisen.W. T. Walters Mrs. A.Mrs.T. F_.

cligious Film Classic on The Life of Christ"NO. ", .. L. Wainwright, Miss Enza

I Blanchard and the hostess Mrs.

,Roberts Mrs. Horace Cox and
'
Mrs. Wm. Pope of Jacksonville also
4 attended. LEAN

IN THE SERIES OF SERMONSON Miss Enza Blanchard was In BACON > 39c'

THE 2ND COMING OF CHRIST Jacksonville Thursday of last week AND SMOKED
visiting her father, A. M. Blanch.
[HEDATTLEOFARMAGEDDONJUDGEMENT ard. who is still confined to his

OF THE NATIONS" bed in a nursing home there. At
this time Mr. Blanchard celebrated -
SUNDAY 7:30 P.M. his 88th birthday/ eating birthday 145 $
cake with his daughters Enza SQ. IN. ..dW.SCRUN C.

j First Baptist Church, Hampton and Arthurln and sharing also Pf.aT.a.r4W.rr.sly Coffee LB.79C Gritsjh5tndy: 39C
with other patients In the home
BOB GRAY, Pastor i Mrs. H. C Cox and Mrs. Wm. PHILCO 1601. If. the nation's
were visit. value sensation in full-quality
of Jacksonville
I Now to Attend the Word of Life Crusade ing Pope their mother Mrs. Paul Dln- 16-inch television! V.., exclusive

clns day last week. Philco Balanced Beam picture
and Hear Dr. Joe Henry Hanklns. one
Friends of Mrs. J. M. Reddish, a brings nw height of viewing
former resident of Lawtey will be enjoyment.. no blur or smear'
Interested to know she Is a patientIn And new Philco Custom-Duplex.

St. Luke's hospital in Jackson- Chassis achieves super-perform- MILK KIM 3 FOR 25c
anc even in weak signal areas.
Rev Lewis D. Halnea Pastor rllle.
Mrs. T J. Terry spent last weekend See it now-th* Model 16O1.lOVIAJlY .

T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Strickland wlthheP-In daughter.Gainesville.Mrs._ C. E. .

Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Schull and ( TERMSRefrigerator

hOn & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town ion. Bobby, of Starke were dinner 1-t CAN

PUONES: Office 234 Put.orlulI130 guests of the Joyce Futch family Production is

last Sunday.Dr being cut from 20 to 25 "P 25C
and Mrs. W. T. Walters k&Bean I91/c Turnips 2 cans
UNDAY SERMONS I 1:00 A.M.. 7:30 P.M. irent'to Hernando last Wednesday percent.

lay School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15 PJI. where Dr. Walters laid the cornerstone BUY YOUR PHILCO

.WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. for the new Methodist

,Church there. Refrigerator Today!

11 A.M.: Subject "God's Fifth Command" REV. PERRY DIES

!0 P.M. Hear the Basingers In Gospel MusicA Rev. Raffleld J. Perry died C. H. NasworthvGeneral BLACK PEPPER PURE 29I..R

January 18, 1931. Survivors are :

From A'Friendly hta wife Ella Mae Perry and two Supplies 2 FOR
Invitation I
Friendly .ions. Willie and Junior of Lincoln -

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rAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COCNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAKXE. FLARIPA FRn>%r n-


i". Annual Meeting HUMPHREYS GOLD PLAYS TONIGHT STUDENT i Iii Olustee SundayJ : J'>hjnon who have moved in the 11';r n' ,, a.

R Krta e left S-itunlajr for. a 'jim Buckle hoWl We welcome :, Ii' ,.. .

Of Clay Electric COUNCIL NEWSA few" days visit with hIs van'l. : them J. .'. 11 l

....n-r.:5 .11 Ga'tona Brach: f' '
Held Thursday I Mr and Mrs Abert: Gleon, werevisiting While pi.
-e !last meeting of the Stu- N.-w n.ighbors in .mr community :
and :Mrs: LuCian Hit- and br..k.
Mr.
11 l ,
''d The! Clar Electric Coopers'. ? s .c a committee wa apP are :Mr: < and Mrs. rar!
P "*-Sto meet with the school.
x-Inc, held t. W 51 Annual if"' .. .
tag lot the rr.,. nbrs a". th!* C '.. ..-;.- to diacus the absentee \ ... ..:': ::" ,:::-:-
x. The Committee made its rep -
'';'
rativc vffic1" and generating p*<
-t T?>e members were asked
la Key txme Heighta. Thum-ii-! .
.
..
qur.s: January IVfe.Reftalrauoa. ruby: t Due to the fact that two
of members tx-
11I1wst ; kia f ihCommittee members were
l .
gars at 10 a.m.. followed by rr. EMPLOYEETo
Tc.bJ .l unable to attend the meeting, very
iiand entertainment: br > ''I I
eat ri
r ..:twi; gained by It.
>,wdr std bis Hl-Pontr Lun- .1-
t Three student were :appointed
eon was. served on the grou.-.Oi:
1 a L e a bthe Council president to meet
at noon. n'a
The annual bustofsa meettrf ',' with a few faculty members toarrange I

the Cooperative. and the elect.onit t a lunch schedule for the

the Board of Director for 131 high school he tine appointedwere

''h I wa held al 1OO: p.m Pnacip! Idell Durban Nancy DuPre

speaker were Hon. Walter J G. } rI and McRae. Idoll Durban was on- '

' MaUterlr. Dean of the College >.? able to attend the meeting so Jo

,! Bwr.nes" Administration. Vniverai, Aim Snub i* to meet in her place

..
7 t? of Florida: and Honorable Doy

i E Conner State Representative" New Draft Board Train For Specific JobsAT

, tr',-n Bradford County. Open In Green CoveA
: t Valuable electrical appUan..sd""atl'd I

: by dealers/ within the C-- I
new Selective Service Board

p ...r.-raU" territory were g-.v-- was recently set up! in Green :'
F ..
for t." '
e.i prize at a drawing
c >ve Spring and an Clay Count;}
member at the close of the n.rng. -:- .
i registrants win report there IBI ,
) The latest model of elertncappliances I stead of to Local Board 13 in
: will alao be on dUpla;>
I Starke. Dad Co.
for the inspection of the member. Big Manufacturing !
I' | The Starke office win continue I

S fi ADDRESSESOF to serve registrants In Bradford

and Union Counties. F
INTERESTK. -.J'\O.JIII\ ; _.>v J i I ,' STARKE, FLORIDA

BRADFORD COCNTYEXCEEDS >
E. Thompson change from Lose To Tip Top; The Humphreys Cold basketball team shown above, play Great Son' Qt'OT.'roR : .\

Starke to Highland Fla.Mr thern Trucking Co. Thursday night Feb. I, in the Starke armory. '

q *. J, L Water, change from Meet Ferrell Players Mated left to right are Gerry Woner, Vic Frees Dick Arnold, CIIILUUEX3 HOME < Those Selected Will Go To Lexington

7 Majrrille to Lawtey.M1.VK Jewelry FridayThe Coach Luke Pickering Manager Randy Chitty Standing: George,! ;, Bradford County oversubocrlb-I ,

Heatherly 'Bug. Begue Curt Malone. Hank Cornell and "Yogi" ed It* quota for the Children'j

W.C. T. Humphrey. Cold combine Frtck.: George Wlnkler wa absent when the picture was taken I: Home Society by 50 percent. ; N. C. Promptly To Be Trained.THE .

r1/ was taken Into camp Thursdaynight Photo by Tony Steven. "'i The quota wa* tlOO. while the i)

W A MOCKER: !STRONG' :!. of last week by the high.scortng amount sent In from this county<

I DRINK L* KAGI.NO. A.VD UI1OHOEVCR TipTop'House five from i waa 153.26..

f IS DECIEVFJJ THEKKBV JackaourlUe. The game was. cloae Drive Chairman f Will Be Heard Residents of Starke contributed I FOLLOWING ARE WANTED:

I* .NOT WIHE.PROVEKBS.- throughout moet of the content I 1 Attends Red Cross Tabernacle $124.76. Brooker (20, Hampton,I Ii

1 10:1. with the core tied: Moan with $8, and Lawter $2.50. 1
four minutes to play. { Planning Session | j iTWO YOUNG MEN around 30 years old draft e1 1
I Mr. and Mrs Robert F. Brand- Marcus C. Fagg superintendent I II ,
The remainder: of the game wa*! kamp. missionaries under the of the home, his
CLASSIFIEDN.nloe I !\la field day for the hook-abot of!the Doyle E. Conner who will lead I I Evangelical Alliance Mission toZuzuland ,| elation to the expressed people of the county appre- 1 empt. to train for Sewing Machine Mechanics. (Mutt j(
1831 Red Cross fund drive In
/
I Billy Oswald and the set-shot of I, South Africa, are now I for their fine support during the
R Hobby resulting In. final I Bradford County, and Mrs. W. R. 'home on furlough and will speakat put year. be mechanically inclined.)
Morse home service
Hrr tiitrrntkll IR I score of n- Z. secretary, attended the Fundamental Gospel Taber-I I II

Wakn. All Mrfl. j "Buga": Begue wa high-point a district fund campaign, nacle Sunday afternoon at 3 i
N e..abl..i.rr... rue./red.{I planning meeting In Gainesville RECENT BIRTHS ..
i CMtS.: c.: SHEPHKHItJUST man for the local .with 21 to his I o'clock.
t +" r. .e a ....,_.. ...."'.. ...... sae/: Thursday of last week. I
l YOUNG
I credit Hank Cornell and George Principal speaker at this lunch They will show beautiful koda- ATIIA GAIL, SHEPHERD: THREE MEN, around 30 years old draft
J; RECEIVED<<: .car _ HaT fall stock of .ard n and eon meeting was Ramon Eaton
,
+ f4 .**.... 8*. ea ...,.... baylnv. each and played fine floor game.I first vice president of' the American will provide special musical numbers announce the birth of a daughter exempt, to train as follows: two for Cutters and one {
,
Our pr t.a ar. rla-tlt. Alt wed u.ch..p Forward Oawakt and R. Hobby for their I Atha : In
.r than last .aft. ff L1Brownl. ,, I Red ero... who stated that the' meeting Gall on January 25 the
... were high acorera for the visitors 'Alachua Hospital for Marker.
SIP E241: organization will soon be faced Both Mr. and Mrs. Brandkamp County
i with 2S and 24 point n I .
pect. c.eIIIr
:
with the are graduate of the National If
tremendous Job of train-
GIRL WANTED for curb Tuck's | .
at Ively. Other itandout included l| Mr. and Mr Donald Henley of
Auto ('a'.. K*. M... T ck.r .,. ing 20 million Americana, In first Bible Institute In New York City IS.sl. .
1.r 5" al th. A.I.. r.f. lift Milan with 13 point and Hobby, I and ; St. Louis, Mo. announce the birth
I aid cf were associated with the Chil
practices: as the
i a part national j
1 i. with 8. I lot son David Eugene, on DecI -
WANTED TO RAFT your peraa t. defense program dren' Bible Mission here in the i I a !/ TWO LADIES 25 to 35 old to train for Fore-
pr.lm__ ire.Roy K.Irh.Il..nptnn. The Humphrey. team has two, I. ember 23. Before her marriagei years ,
I state< of Florida for three
i Mr. Conner la yeanprior
.
,. now completing
P t<_!- .
i ) waa Miss Redd. ,
Henley Pansy
game on tap thin week, meeting?!i the organizational work for the to leaving for the mission i ladies.
Desire
,
HOC+BE! FOR BALE: Fram atu<",o. Great Southern Truck Thursday( I. Held. ) Ish of Lawtey. ( someone, if available, who has had
1 7 Ira oM V. .ml. .*.! of town onn.w I Bradford County fund campaign ,,
Blandlng hlwafr.' Five room. night at 8:3O.: and the highly regarded which get under way March 1. Other meetings scheduled for 1
2 toilet* A lavftratorv. <*ann..c- Ferrell'. Jewelry combl- 1 I I CARD OF THANKS several years continuous experience running electric
i!
this ,
lloni for gas In each room: Ie11.I. I area are:
automate *a. water h...... nitlon from Jacksonville tonight I I We wish to express our thanks
V.ry ...."nabl.. Will ...,.lrI". (Friday) at 8. Brooker ElectionSet Trinity Bible Church. Lake Butler and appreciation to our many sewing machines) Must have and
.. good personality
for canh. T..r. con.M.r rt.Hlrout 11<0. Sunday February 4 lb. 7:30.
who and
II friend so thoughtfully .
ll.altr writ V.HIT. I
"N.nt or For Feb. 14
t IPAtl.. W. ,rd Av... O "ln.vtl ..- Both games win be played In I Long Bridge Christian Church., lovingly visited us and gave us
l.;. Fla II Stark Armory and the public Ij II Six candidate for Monday February 8th 7:30.: word of consolation and kind expression like working with people.

I FAMILY WANTED: to pick traw- reminded that admiuion I.I free. I II II,'the are competing RaIford Baptist Church, Rai- of sympathy on the lows
the Town
place CouncilIn
i II on
b.rrt.e a> work a n Car '- 'i. P. '
('....>n. Rtark UpJStHT I I, the forthcoming Brooker election ford Wednesday. February 7th of our loved one.-Rev, U G. Hem

I Jwavp duty .ztn.fon lad I Corporal St. John :'' set for Wednesday February 7:30.: ingway Laura Lee and One Wig- SEND 7Af TODAY letter giving your qualifications afail*
d.... .oni..".'. l*....... K.jr..ton. II. All welcome to and gin. France and Johnnie Moyer. f ,
H.,.".. AV. Ratford." Natural ftnlah' Describes Christmas I are come out Johnnie and Terry
with .pla.a p.i'lal hooka notify Dn Clay bottom Il.rlrIeCnop.ntv. Iffound J I The six who have qualified for hear these speaker tell something I Eloise and Frank Hemingway.BETHEL Hemingway.. telephone number etc., to Big Dad .Manufacturing care of

., K.ya'1..,.",.. In Korea the three places are H. C Doug. about the little-known country ol
FU. t>n-f.* las. A. O. Hazen. J. W. Plnholster, Zuzuland. Andrews, Starke Fla. '

... I J. W. Thomas E. M. Lewis and
.Rn. I.. TAEO NDle.. CpU Stephen D. St. John eon]
.. i
H..Io-.OI.R. a O. W.
....RT.."..ro... G.f of Mr.. and Mr*. V. S. St. John of Barry. Deputy CollectorIn
1M......F.:. t.. ....:r.tF..D Starke. I lit radio David W. Green, candidate for '
...... .... serving a* repair;
l eert 4k "' .t.- .k.I Starke TodayFree By :Mrs. F.. \V. Allen
mart with the 5th Ordnance Medium : Town Clerk, and A. L. Green. D. S. SICELOFF. WILL BE IN STARKE

WANTRD: Erricl.nl ...." Maintenance Co- somewhereIn candidate for Town Marshall are
SO days work, during I.gt.larly. both unopposed assistance with income tax TUESDAY. FEB. 13, AND WOULD
I ...".,".. Muat b* rood lrplt and Korea. return. will be available for resident Mr*. P. L. Benton and childrenand '
lak. dlrtatlon.Urn.. Charter K Voter..wIU have to write In the
John. Phone II. M".rk. ItCOllp081TP. In a recent letter< he Bent his name of who they want for Mayor of thla area on Feb. 1 and :3. Mrs. George Grover and children LIKE TO SEE THOSE SELECTED FOR .

parent a of the Christmas when a deputy collector of internal were In Palatka Saturday onbaatne. i
BOOKKEEPINQ *T8TRM. copy aa no one ha qualified for this PERSONAL INTERVIEW.THIS .
ld.al for aniall buafneaa. dinner menu enjoyed by the men revenue will be at the courthouse ...

11.7.Everything. tot. :u yon at n Bradford*.4 In one County book. In til* outfit and It _... certainlya position.Hewlett S.. Anderson. Incumbent In Starke from 9 am.. to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen and

T.l.araDh If deluxe feast complete from the Mayor.ls not a candidate .for reelection :J. p. nu family visited friend and relatives j

FOR RENT u'rabl.' t or room shrimp cocktail to mincemeat pie, ...h. has resigned his
apt. to t or f ladl.. P.O. Pox 104, I 'and Included, of course, the traditional position with the Tung 011 Comp- -
.. -
I US bo. fl..j hatlnir tr "roast tom turkey". any and expects to be leaving I IS S "R 0 eKE T-- LA U N CHI N G WEEK AT YOUR OlDSMOBILE I DEALEfl'

FOR ed BALE 9700 ."..".h.10.* 29-H*s br Si to Forayth b moss. ,I Describing the Yuletide ae..sonIn Brooker some time In the near

Kt. t Box 71 B, If lark, FU.4tp. Kor".. Steve wrote: future.
'. I""/
". didn't have much Christmas
,
i FOR BEAUTIFULFLOORS spirit this year until about 4 a. Three Bradford4H
1 m. Christina morning. First I

USE waD on guard from. 3 to 5. which Girls Receive

I. BEACON WAX hadn't helped matter any. My Merit AwardsStarke 98"6t/&v"

Especially Recommended post was right near the Korean 'NE "ROCKET
Fla. .Awards for out.
,, For Tile troops' quarter., and they had -

,,l I i FARM. HOME & AUTOSUPPLY their been custom up all on night Christmas according Eve.to standing presented work in 1950 to the were Bradford recently -- ;

4-H club girls at
3 "At 4 a. m. I heard about 25 or County
lt.. 3 J ,,'r itk./htlhU. ".rlo...,. ..ed p.,. 30 of them start out of the buildIng special school of club meeting programs -
........ Ha.. full utock or .ar- ; by :Mlas Dorothy Rosa,
F din A. fl.... ...d. B.. ... ttttnrtIturlnar. and started to tell them to .,
Our ".1.,.. ar* rlcht. All ret back In there and go to sleep. home demonstration agent. .
said are chap than tail wen of Brooker,
.nn'a. -ff. r. PYownl... lip S 2 But the Korean boy on guard with Katherine Harrell.
/ received the clothing award for
me told me to wait a minute. And
BTRl'P: mad of flout .u...r can,
the county In an assembly pro-
I 7r 93 p., *allon. .... ( ,lvd* honey at they all went over to the building
f" Banta F. hark Farm b"tw..n where the" GTs Bleep and started gram at her school. Miss ROM
Th.r..._ *. Hampton It t..,* singing Christmas carols. They awarded a pin to Marian Normanof

CALVP.H FOR.fJ-PII.: < u. ..b.t 1 sang all the old. familiar favoritea. Helbronn for her exceptionalwork
J.r a rr' milk earl with poultry projects.
t..n. I ml south of lit....... Itt lo.. f I couldn't understand the words
if, but could go along with the tune. A special school assembly session -

LOHT R.addnsr *.,taai.n" blu. aluminum ,, Well. I tell you my morale came was the occasion for presentation
fram.a. Klmlr please ron up about 100 percent when they, of a medal to Margaret
tact Mr. Ii. L Nix, Ralf.ird. Fla. .
for reward Ito t did that. If* thing. like that that, Hersey of Hampton for her outstanding

help us to realize why were over work In canning.
FOR HINT; 4 room I>ou.., ..l.ctrlclIty -
and running water Ill .O mo. here." I "The Awarding of these pins iu
S mil** out on Old Camp Uutndinar' ,
ltd. L. D. Jordan. Kl. I Hox',', At the time he wrote Steve and medal haa stimulated InterestIn
30. Htark.. F'... tip ,, was occupying a "shop truck" the county 4-H clubs, and es 1

FOR H.Vt.' :: Rowboat. and Coll I with an ordnance crew sent up to peclally among club members,"

Hprlnn victrolla..Traitor.Ant I'ahln.t.a-.Inch table Radio aaw.* I Inould Suwan to service the gun and the home agent observed.
... ..... .
,.
J.t ElectrloVat.r Porn.1 I ICln.hur.t 'i Instrument of the 187th R.C.T. "' '1. "
Orm'.ry, K.vaton 111way. .
'= H.C '
I mil south of Htark [ Ernest Douglas _
rip-.Ia; : 'I -- .. .... .., .
Red Cross Thanked --
Now Undergoing "
FOR RENT: Cabin. S room, bath I NEW 1BI OLDJMOIILE ".- HOUDAT ,
hot "''''.r hatr. Newly docoratd. For Xmas Boxes SEDAN :...'________ _._-
Recruit
.HI......Fln.hur.t,..' phone Utark Oro".It.-KInK.I.I.* I TrainingErnest e.a.w "UI- "........_ __ _

*'h\\: Sent To Servicemen M. Douglas, seaman recruit NEW !I GAS-SAVING "ROCKET" "ROCKET98r.: .***,. FOR 8ALK: Dairy Ooat< Nubian USN, son of Mr and Mrs.J. New01i1..hii.U Xm t
and Tocnb.ra'. Mami. Ij 1><".'., Mr. W. R. Morse, home service .t magnifies OUvnobiU ever built ,
K.yatnn.. llolnhtii' lip K. Douglas of Starke, Is undergoing c.Oq display M.tfa Driven i. even eaaie to .r.t.f B.I .W-t .

WANTED-R flnd lady h..u..k*.nr. Red director Cro of. Chapter the Bradford has received County recruit training at the today in our showroom! .
I ....ul... flood horn* and iimallalary. world' largest Naval Training NEW SMOOTHER HYDRA-MATIC [ ttZSK ZXttZZ2ZZ
.. letter of thanks acknowledging %
Roy V. Turner :309 Boulh a :'
Center, Great Lake, 111.
Walnut 10. Itn I
of number of Christmas ouuiJe-morel
receipt a
IU1ur1 ioaidet[The cbie
rugged
Recruit training Is the new coal; Yoe are Invited _iii
..
FOR BALE; N..rl..u.| Bloom. tnc gift sent to servicemen sharp eordiaflr I. _
.a <1o..n ?of..1 N. Pl.M.' tin break between civilian and Naval "* 'UIIpenai! system provide a softer amootLrr.
the
leaving San Diego, Calif. for NEW ROOMIER INTERIORS see great DeW -Rocke jgf.'f....ta Je gee |K>
life In which
For Rent the new Navy .man
: Close In. desirable location foreign duty.
furnhlh..l and unfurnl'.' i loams the fundamental principalsof
Thomas F. Goff. San Delgo DilI -
apartmnta. Attraotlv monthly I II the Naval service.In .
prtc.H to permanent people. &lr. trlct field director, said: "We know !
I I W, H. Nollman., 201 W vet Ma; n.If. I II that our thank I* small compensation I the course of his training the NEW! SOFTER RIDE O.WDS.MOBI.L

recruit la taught seamanship,
for the money time and
15 Acre Farm. ; $3 5t) 'j\ effort expended; but a* one chaplain I Navy customs, terms, basic ordnances At.a..Knoeal
I Miloutuld* of Htarko. IH SEE YOUR NEAREST
('r"nbr l.-.ki: sturdy dw.lllnv. a- expressed It, la the Red Cros gunnery, signaling and navigation. OLDSMOBILE I DEALER -
rm. pnr.'h. ii.. ". water. barn 1 I workers knew what wonderful I
poultry h..u.. about 1 a ,, able, 1 hal In f.no.,1 pitntur. Own- I thing. have been accomplished a* Upon completion of his training TORODE
.. ttirtl '' CHEVROLET
ln
1 ra l Clove alv-war. mtil' farm price e\.i\ .. valu'- a result of their efforts on behalf the recruit la assigned either to i iI CO. W. Call StrFE921951
Ilk,' title eon* taet, b hurry of the military they would be fIlled \I units of the Fleet or to a service I
p. C. HolllnK> T
REALTY II:* 8."r'J.J.RU{) .t. I with joy. May God bless them" school for specialized training. \.
Stark! Fla, Bar*.la Lijt. Mld
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