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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 16, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Buys SharesIn *'4UO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH :j ;


Official County Publication Established In 1879

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.. Adverse weather. conditions durIng ; Bradford County flnr nc w

the planting and growing season $136,760. () ,
: : jail is nenrlni '
: ompletlon
last fall cut tobacro yield in (
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t Bradford County and caused receipts and 'ntrautttJack: Culrtcpperalulia (

t'< to run less than 1949's grosf (that he will bo r. ady to
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.. In spite'! of higher I turn thn ..
average price project over t (the') ill mam''

For the 19SO!( season Bradford of County Commissioner at their

mOllS Cow Character Expresses Views growers marketed lDO7."it. pound I regular meeting/ Muiid.iy Mar .1
of tobacco. At an average; price of I S,
In Interview With Telegraph 44 1-2 cents per pound. receipts for final. Inipc,tion) andftcc"ptanC'e.

ie the famous Borden cow whose visage i is as totaled $44.466.23.

V Sown throughout the country as that of any Holly- In 1919 they wild 260,8.50' poundsat The Board plans. to Invite the

V [ode actress, stopped off in Starke Tuesday on her an average of 36.5c for a gross .1'rn.1l" 'X #r" .f1t..II .. Jj 't't =a J -- TiT I public to Inspect the new building

ck to Borden headquarters after being one of the return of $93.19182. -.... mu .- I: during the afternoon of the same

Dpular attractions at the State Fair in Tampa. Average\ yield per acre in 1919 I nils: I.HTTr.ltS: VKKRV.KDKI: to members of the football team I dilY.Th. _

hough her time is very limited, Elsie paused here was 069 pounds, but dropped to DimesI and managers at the annual Lions Club Banquet her, last W3ek" new two-story Jail U lo-
Conference Held cated
ough to hand O. I. (Ducky) Linsin of KochV 768 unfavorable pounds in 19SO weather: largely conditions becauseof March Of Pictured above. In a composite layout, Is the banquet scene. In the t j Streets at and Broadway contains cell and pratt

tore. a check for a sizeable slice of stock in Kradounty Lions Den on Water Street where Stetson University Head Coach, Joe eight white main apace for

Development Enterprises, Inc., a Planted acreage In 1930 totaled McMullen was featured speaker. Across top are members! of the Tornado negro males primmer, eight
corpora- two
2.8. 9. slightly Under 1949's total Nets $777.18Ocorge On Camp BlandingSecretary white females. ,
oently formed for the purpose of constructing a of 269.3 squad who were present at the banquet to receive their letters and two negro females. In ad

building in Starke. (left to light) : Kenneth Johns Carl Johns, K d l Parker. Delano Thomas, dillon, there la one hospital cell

that Linsin had contacted Elsie's bosses, The 1949 allotment was 2693acres Kopi'lousos. chairman of Fay Durban (manager), Bert Newcomb, Donald Bennett, Charles of the Army Frank and one cell for vlolents.
whlla
seems the :\ allotment
them to become stockholders in the local corn totaled 323 2.- 1950 I the Ml I ): March of Dimes Drive In Hutchinson. Jack lUien, Jimmie Rowe.. Marvin Warren James Pre- Face Indicated Wednesday that I The tower floor Is comprised of

\\K entrusted their famous good-will cow Bradford County announced yesterday vatt, James Williams (manager), Billy Dantby, Billy Booth HiroM: .'*rnps of the Blinding type may I living quarters for Jailor and fam.
and they that gross receipts from all Davis/ Leslie Sapp. nAn Walnwright, AnIle !McRae Bobby Martin be. considered 1 for ute' In the neal ily. Including dining room-kitchen

_he pleasant duty of stopping off here long enough Red Cross Drive sources .totaled $897.37. Photos by Tony Stevens. future and that Blanding will receive living room, two bedrooms, and

,\,'er the check. ICxpenxes:: of the campaign In careful consideration In that bath It also Includes office
To Stnrt March 2 I space
ough her moo-interpreter Elsie said, "It gives ; Bradford County Including or- I event for the sheriff and Jiillor

fat pleasure to. have a part in this project which Chairmen Named chcnlra, for the Hirthday\ Ball advertising Council Meets I Georgia Singers I This Information, was transmitted -I Jack Culpcppcr of Tallahassee,

[doubtedly mean so much to Starke." refreshments. etc, totaled With Bond TrusteesThe I Will Be Heard ]I, to the Telegraph In a wire I Is contractor on tho building, while
Dlvlilon Chairmen for Bradford $120.11), leaving a net of $777.18 from Rep. Charles Bennett Weil- Mauley
commended the fine spirit of cooperation on thef I Jail Works. of nation, Oa
_ |(>local citizens in making the factory a possibility County's 1951 American Red Cross, for the Infantile paralysis fund. City Council met: February, Here Next Thursday i i I nciJay. night following a conference : I I hud the contract for Installation'

Fund Campaign were announced, Receipts were Itemized as follows 7 In regular ""ItNIOIwith| the M'l- ; hell by the Florida emigres- of cells. and other equipment.
looed : "That's the stuff, that makes big towns out by Fioylp Conner, Fund Chairman : lowing members. present: H. A. I I Thirty-six )young sinners from I mortal, delegation with the Army

le towns. Keep it up !t. at the County Chapter meetingheld Bradford High School, $166.38; Illshop.$ ii', Chairman. P. L i n'.ryV9IdoatUnlv..rslty' will behearl Secretary I Annual

nen asked by the Telegraph why she was taking 1 Friday evening Feb. 9. In the Brooker Junior High. $35; IIrl
an interest in this local project, Elsie replied : Methodist educational building. I.nwtey Junior High $33: I LewU and, William T Jackson.A Thursday night Feb 22, under the were Senators Holland and : Of FOB Group
of the Starke notary
Hpon.ioishlp
IIYIlbronn F.lemcntary, $10.20; L. (I. I Smathers. ,
have little money motion was made by Representatives Bennett
employees a
if those factory will
The campaign begin
i county Club. The entertainment will hit
Hampton Kletnentary. $17.21 ; 11'1"1'1th"t the nciiHh and Sikea. and Held Last Friday
purchase MaynrComnilasloner
City
jrer each week they're gonna buy ice cream. aren'tI :-'farl'h 2, with the following aschairmen I held In the TJ.SO building beginning / -
II J. K.I colored school (Starke),, register from Ihn National Milton Urnwnlee of Guineavllln. .
I may be a cow, but I'm not as dumb as I look, of the soliciting divisions: 'I$30tJr\: Cimh Register;; Company nt a purchase at H p. m.Directed I Tin. Annum, I Farm Owucrahlp

OW" Business Division Starke Cross from Birthday Hall $384 by James Dasher well- Borrowers' Idleness and! Kilurallonnl
70 price of $1810, this motion S.'tary: Pace toM the. -
bovine and hurried off in the di- Steve Simmons: County Courthouse 78 known Georgia ",U IC''" nand composer dclegii- Meeting\ which
i t' inked eye : being made after the City Clerk tlon it he had received was held in
., of Call Street where Elmer, her equally famous Arch Thomas Sr.: Industrial Collected from .store boxes, reported that he had been unable the Glee Club will present I < 'ation concerning: no use rccomm of-I the Amor It iin l.nli'n hull| | last
Dlvinton-. S. Newcomb; $ 145 05 an .entirely. new program Including Friday was a
; success to
from I according
horn.
obtain
impatiently honking an auto to price quotations Blanding from his staff fromArrr.y
or I
was Residential Division Starke Miss Collections from plastic boxes. manufactur I mnny novelty ant comic feature, p Clifford L Curilx, County Supervisor -
she called other companies field
luck to the factory any offices. He said that
goodbye and good ; '
Public Miss dart Thomas, member of
Lillian Stump: Starke : Bradford Unit
$11.16: of the Farmers .
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ing tho type of machine as recommended thl< did not that
5ly over a shapely shoulder. I Ir' Schools Mrs. T. T. Long: Graham Collections from theatres $34 64. I' DanIt'lake.1, (ho Senior Class of BUS. ha" been mean no surveys Home Administration.
n Note: The ahove Interview I Is purely Imaginary; of --N. G. Davis; BrookerJames by O..org.V. .I..cl..d as "Que,,"" to sit .with the have been made of tha facilities Five 1o"Hnl
I auditor In his audit report. Motion but it CKd Ownership burrow-
mean that word hid
however was the check received thl A. Parker Lnwtey-. Glee Club In the Night Club scene not
Not Imaginary, : I I era'" fanillles
Legion To Sponsor was seconded by I L. Bridgesand yet reached him with \ were present tngolh-
from the Tampa Fla. DUIslon of the Bordcn Company. A. Cook; New River-Mrs. M. F. unanimously carried.: I'I I which brings the program to a possible reactivation nf this regard to \ er with tho County Agricultural

n--s In the factory corporation. Another otit-of-town Inrecently 1 Wiggins; Thercssa-Mrs. Cleve- County FairStarting Motion was made liy llazen that grand finale. camp Agent fro,*! Iirailairil niintv,. 'T
added to the list In Van II. Priest of Madlxnii. land Sullivan: Mt. Pleasant Mrs. May 7 thojjactlon of the City Council III i This wellknown9lee Club la onIts' Monnatt said his Ionl.rell"'o| : Willlh..t K. !McClnilH.\ and William Ciiwen.
which Includes the local i Frank Dryden: Hampton- Miss annual tour playing many: camps of the Illandlng type '
of a chain of 'tern cent stores, i assuming liability for the damngn County Agricultural Agent, from
{ ..t....... Several other are expected", ; to be 1 flton Sapp: Hcllbronn High ba. Tha stopover here was arranged very near future", but thit workers who
[ of the Starke AmericanI.i'gion Arnold because. of water damage were present IncludedI
near future.) Mabel I by the Rotary Club. and the nothing,; Maid by the Army so far
Boyer.
way-.Mra Post, announced at the Poutmeeting he rescinded "because thn City has I D. Kllgoro, Ilrailfnril, County
could be
singers" will be In the | taken as an Indication
Miss Bean' Mackintosh Field I I hold last Tuesday that he no legal right to assume such young guests that I V"I..ran.r..a'hpr of Agriculture;
Huge Fund Slated homes of rnembers of the club during nlanding woull lie rnlt..tlvatedI

Collection with the I i Miss Dorothy ROHS,
Representative of the AmericanRed had signed! a contract liability. Motion seconded byBridges' Home Dcmon-
Exhibited To Be ExpendedOn Cross, stressed the fact thata ,Royal Exposition Shows whereby I their stay In Starke. I| complete brochure of IllandIng's Htranon! Agent, llrndford County:
Their concert here last year wa. facilities. as well as housing !f I. A. Brown Soil .
rapidly Increasing number of the l.exlon would sponsor a BradfOrd Yeas:: Lewis. Bridges. Hazcn. ( .on..rvattonTI'c'hnl..lall
AfternoonL. Cecil FieldCecil week very favorably received an,l Is reeognlred and recreational facilities In nearby Bradford
y service calls are coming to the County Fair for the Not voting: William T Jackson. District and
local Chapter of the Red. Cross. beginning May 7th. Motion was male by Jackson as one of the finest musical I communities was presented tc ,Miss Helen, Nlmino. Home Manage'

Rlpley's collection ofJit Field 20 miles northeastof The average number of Homes Thomas stated that a large tent that the City donate $23 on the treats to corr to Starke In Secretary Pace by Representative ""'lIt Specialist, Farmers Home
,
Not" oddities( being Starke. 'is slotted; to be one! o' many years. Sikes. I Ailmlnlstratlon.
or which
Service Cases handled through the would be erected under coot of a display sign to he erected -
t on national tour under the major developments under. thenew local chapter office has jumped could he placed -exhibits of various ,t north of Callnhan. Motion was Tickets are now on sale and maybe I Sen. Holland emphasized that I A short transcrlbeil message on

h-ices of the Disabled. Navy program In this area. from an average of 33 a month to locally grown farm products and seconded by Bridges and was obtained from any member of I the Army now has no major Installatlon I the subject .of "Belter Living-
Veterans will be proI according to a recent announcement this tent the Rotary Club at the following In Florida "
In and that .
56 cases per month In thp last four other farm displays. unanimously adopted through Belter Farming, wan preSHiited -
Starke Sunday afternoon. by Comdr. E. J. Peltier In months. The limited service cases would l also be room for exhibitsadvertising After completion of the prices. : adults. 73 cents; high an'! I there Is no other former facility by Dlllard. Lasseter National ..

I by the Department. ofAV charge of construction at the have Increased from an averageof the wares and merchandise business, Council met In abov"l junior high students 2centa: : I more milted to this purpose than !I Administrator, for the F..rm..nlfnme
'
NAS. I I school studont 1$
Jacksonville elementary nlanding.
) 12 to 27 per month. and the of business concerns. sion with the Hoard of I \ AdministratIon In his
""blle exhibit mounted Comdr. Peltier stated. that the average/ amount of financial assistance The local Legion Post hopes to I Trustees at which I lime a reportwas I cents. Sen. Rmathers' said thnt lilaiulIn : talk Mr. IwiMnetcr made It plain

rial custom-built trailer, $8.000,000 previously announcedfor In the) form of grants and revive the annual Bradford. County given by lbs Bund Trustees I :* would t afford most of the facilities that these farm ownership loans.

t a full collection of au- Cecil Field "is only about one- loans from $T2 to $128. Fair. that used. to be sponsored concerning their trip jo Vero Bradford AlumniOf needed for an Infantry replacement I were mail mostly. to veterans who

replicas of the world'a third of that contemplated for the Bradford each year before World War It Beach on Tuesday February 6, training center -which help to defend their country In the
U of F To MeetThe
W. R. Morse
diamonds, and many master Jet field. Mrs. Home Service Chairman. with this event to be held In May. at which time they met wth the I seems to be needed at this time. 'I I (ant world! war and he went on to

Bems from faraway lands. Land: Is being purchased on the County 400 Home Service City Officials. of Vero Beach who Bradford County Club of Mayor IIrownl..... who received. say that he could' see no reason
t lude a shrunken human east aides of the field reported that Rotarians Hear 1 of his basle why these. men should, not
porth and handled In the year were In session for the purpose the Iftilverulty nf Florida Alumni World War II training/ I young
i world's largest women'smagic I for extensions to runways. and cases were bids addition to said hn able to own a share of the land
1910 with almost half rf this number New Income Tax receiving on an Association will "meet at 8D: ') p. It was fully equip-
rattle of a medi- eventunllv nearly 1.900 more acresmay coming In the last four months their City Light Plant. m.. Friday Feb. 23. In the American I punt tc> receive trainees almost Im I which they helped defend.

and a medieval torture I be brought up for this facil A'total of $1.091.90 financial atrtstune. Law Explained I Hugh Godwin a representative Legion Home according to A. mediately. He said thlt cltlzem i It was revealed at this meeting

pit called a "Spike ity. .. in loans and n-."ts was for the Fairbanks-Morse Company, J. Thomas' Jr.. president of the of Gainesville are ready to welcome fiat these Farm Ownership families
The 8000.000 now available during 18SO: with $31302!' of Laurie Tomllnson. assistant to appeared before the Board of Bond local club. I with open arm tho return I I have been on their places approximately

ixhibit will be located on i will be used for construction of this given amount being given In the last the Collector, of Internal Revenue Trustees and the City Council and D. R. (Billy) Matthews, Director I of troops to Hlnn.JIng.. I three yum. Three of these

_tet and will\ be open to the dual north and south runways a four months. Jacksonville office, was guest I' explained In detail the study, that of Alumni Affair of thus University "The Florida delegation' will al' I, families were ahead of schedule

pom noon until 7 p. m. Ad- Dingle east and west runway a of speaker at the Rotary Club Wednesday ho had made of the growth of the of Florid will how the technicolor continue to make the best pn-Ken. with their Ittn,1 payments. It Is

I... free. I flAw fuel pipeline from the Jacksonville :; John A. Torode.County Chairman Chanter.stated reviewing changes in the I,,City Light Plant plitures of lout ynor's football 1 I tatlon possible" Dennett said In I,'one of the ultimate goals of the

[funds raised through vol- NAS. fuel storage facilities the Bradford would 1 endeavor new revenue act as it applies to game between the University his wire to the Telegraph Farmers Home Administration
Sdonutions will be used by and plane parking aprons. that the chapter the different types of business opera nf Florida and Georgia Tech and I I that then families increase their
I to keen face with I 5,011 Sign Register; I farm Income and this, In turn will
fate Department and the Another million Is set up for gradIng tion. also a picture In technicolor nf the
of DAVin the state I and drainage of the area. Menped-up Red nation.Cross Increased program Mr. Tomllnson described the At County Exhibit IfomcconiiiiK parade at the- University I. I Silt. Edward Shull i j 1 lead to complete farm ownership

h Contributions are made, i The Roberts Company of Atlanta throughout the First Aid Classes. tremendous job that I.. carried on I this last November On 'Operation Relax' According to the records analysed -
k't In carrying on varIoust awarded the architect demands for trained In the office of the collector stit- Mrs Marian Howe, executive All alumni In Starke and Bradford : at the meeting the average
has been and for
< .sabled. veterans. and engineering contract for I Nursing Classes to meet Ing that when he first went to secretary nf the Rtarke' Chamber County art urged to attend After Hard Campaign farm ownership family had a grows
volunteers i iI
will ,and organized work there In 1933 the office was of Commerce, states that B.Oll visitor this m..tlnanel/ bring their families I Income of "I..620 during the year
probabIv In
Cecil Field and work Red Cross responsibilities case I handling more than $7.OOOOOO registered at the county's exhibit ant friends along with them. Sgt Kdward T Shull. Jr., son of or IftM In addition the family
RecruiterInterview started July 1 and be completed I of vital concern -
be Peltier of an emergency are while today the figure has risen I at the State Fair In Tampa A most enjoyable evening of en' Mr ami Mrs. Rdward T. ShullSr"l I has rcall/ed over HOO during the _
{ In April. 1932: Comdr. to the entire nation. to around $113.000.000 I which closed last Saturday. Approximately I teitalnment 1 Is. ensured Box 091 Stirke. Florida was. recently year.. for foods produced, ant uSed

said. Brig. Gen. David Sarnoff, chair Mr. Tomlinson Is a former resident 90! percent of these Mr. Matthew will be accompanied sent on "Operation Helax.1 on the farm.

Women I II Additions! funds which may be man of the board of the Radio of Starke his father having' were out of state visitors' Mrs I by Holmes Melton. Jr Assistant a rest leave from the During IBftO permanent pasture'

I spent on building Cecil Into a Corporation of America who lal been a medical doctor here at one Howe said. Director of Alumni Affairs. front to the MeJI Hotel In Tokyo.Shull's !II acreage was Increased. by 110 percent -
onita Lynn will be In I master jet airfield! will be used. to Red Cross national fund her !
friends .
this year's time, and has many unit. the 7th Division, The average size of thesePastures
!I le 1 on Wednesday, Feb. 21, construct barracks housing facilities campaign chairman. said In aspeech He was Introduced to his su I w all young women In, and enlarge power plant. made In Jacksonville recently hail1' MAYOR SPEAKS TO NAVY
ence by J. F. Jaudon who reach the Minchurlan border i iami of operations for which It Is to be-
enlisting in the Wormy -i warehouse administration and that In the present state of charge: of the program. was one of the last units to| used two acres. for mibslntance.
Corp or the U. lob to be done .
service buildings.It unrest "the -
world 4 leave mirrounded
---- enemy beathheadj live .stock to 37 acres on a commercial
She state. that S'I Is expected that around 2.500 ,bv the Red Crons for the military. Bridges NamedTo ..' \ at flungnam. In what was: the lar- | basis.According .
fiuHfled\ women to ooeratln" and BOO station per. and for civil defense plus maintaining gent water evaucation In American Currle -
'!heir I ,, ; I to Mr. superVision
-rvice is urgent. the base Its normal dav-to-dav actlvltlen. Draft BoardI
attached to '
sonnel will be military history these families by the
''ar.. be'ween the ages of II adds to what can be' given
up
:U Inclusive, single, with the biggest task the Red Cross has i iev..r i... Bridges Starke council'1mart : Now with Chinese and' NorlhKnr..an I Farmers Home Administration.
.. unp"l\l Sunday $ troops deploying and attempting helped them to In..rea.'fthell'" Income
fonts a high school i undertaken." I IO..n..ral I has" been appointed as a member -
.u are eligible to taketIll For Mrs. Griffis I IM. Sirnoff 'Istert the following of Selective Service Board No. I to build up for a push, from hogs by 41 percent
Shulfa' has. Its'line the -
if unit completed over 1 tA 4. by Increasing number
l <
In the .
and physical examina- nrlnclnal points 18 to succeed Clifford Geiger I
I i Lynn stated. : .... Hester. Griffin, 71. dIed l Frt-j expanded as Red Cross program. I Green Cove Springs whose term, I ';;' straightening ami. sent heavily -' of hogs; better, managed, 'nt,.
armed patrols probing as much i, and better feeding\ pract e
more than 300 differ- Feb. 9. at her homeIn forOileCtI0fl wan ended when a new hoard was
day morning. official agency .
1. Acting ss .- as 23 mile forward from friendly These. points are stressed by the
\ r positions that can be Macclenny, following a lengthy and Its derivatives recently established for Clay I .
blood
of .
I I I lines As the 'No' Man's Lund" bntween supervision given to 'these families
1 efficiently by women. a native of Baker and coordinating Cownty
Illness. She wa for the military thi enemy and 7th Division | by the Farmers HilmI Ad-
.
rot to blood Mrs.\ Rhoda Dumpier hoardclTk I
already qualified : County. the collection of of- .
I I Rio narrows, Sergeant Shull an'IJ ministration.O .
,f these positions the five daughtersMrs. civil defense. To announces that the followIng ., )
send you to one of the I Surviving. Howard.lIre Mrs. Bertha derivative these for and regular\ civilIan men have be'n Inducted durIng I . '-I hbuddies; hive ..Ir..xthf'n..d'' A. Brown Soil ('on,-,'rvliUon _
NancY meet .
fully I their line and moved Into a strong briefly discussed. the
Technician
.< al schools, Sgt. Lynn,'Stewart. and Mrs. Agnes Barton needs the Red Cross mint this collect -,; the past Williams weekCarlos a: transfer from .i ly supported battle array work of the Bradford County Soil
blood
Lettle Dykes of -
all of Macrlenny. Mrs. 1,5000,000 pints
i California Inducted last Friday. I IVolllnte..ra : Conservation DlatrlctMr .
er Information con. and Mrs. Welthan '
of Starke, year. : Carl Flllyaw of -. Navy RecruitAt McClan discussed the agrl-
portunitles offered by.the one son. In -
Harris of Glen St. Mary: Training 20.000 persons"
2. from cultural outlook for 1931.:
Lake Flutter (also a transfer
WAG interested I Grlffls. Macclenny; two treatment of
Hershey Great Lakes
'Including
a} make an appointment' brothers Richard Grlffls. and Roebuck first aid atom-bomb attack. I California), and Arr.el Smith (colored :\1.\nR .1. R. W.\IliWHWIIT: of Starke U. pictured above as ho ad- According to Mr. Currle the

the U S. Army and Air Griffis. both of Starke: and injuries from 100.000 and reactivating -, ) Green Cove Springs ( transfer dressed the ship's company of the V S. S. Walter B. Cobb. APD 104. James 1':. Hamilton. seaman re-j 1 -Farmers Home Administration la

f'-ecruitlng Station Room three sisterS Mrs. Rhoda Odom 3. Training 15O.OOO nurse's aides and from Detroit Mich. both Just after the ship wan placed in commission during :eremonles last cruit, USN son of Mr and Mrs\ itlll making Farm Ownership loansto

.t Office building. Gaines- Perry. Mrs. Rebecca Moat,,". [)e- training 1.000.000() ) housewives Im(,Inducted Win. (Buddy Wed n.sd'ty.) Faxon was called week at the Green Cove Springs Naval Station :Mayor WainwrIght Z.V Hamilton of Brooker 5 is >> eligible applicant who have _

land. and Mrs. Margaret Ruls undergoing! recruit training, at the Full-time farming as their ob
home nursing for civil defense. for Induction last Friday but was and large number of Starke residents were guests of the Florida!

Starke. 4. Assisting .civil defense In given a college student postponement I Croup Atlantic Reserve Fleet, at the Oreen Cove Spring headquarters: world's largest' Naval Training jective. These loans are made to
held at I Center. Great Lakes III
I Austin Dies Funeral services were providing food. clothing and shelter until the end of the present of the unit for th. commissioning of the Cobb and another fast attack purchase and develop farms'! so
I Sunday afternoon In the I Recruit training Is the sharp
2 o'clock an emergency period. term. U 8. B. Bowers. With Mayor Walnwrlght that make
js of \ Raiford during transport the are Captain : an average family may
will
regret to learn j Pine Grove Church near services I break between '"'vlllan and Naval
Red Cross called
to
lit 'of1! 5. Expansion", of Thirty-three men were I Chauncey Moor. USN (center). Commander Florida Group antI i reasonable living and off
the
of Ralph Austin with Rev. Dewey 1... Grlffli! of armed force to meet report Thursday morning for pre- life In whl' h th. new Navy man pay _
I (>n February 8. Ha lived in ..Raiford Road Baptist Church of. the needs to the of the propojed 3.00O.. Induction examinations In Jack I Lieutenant-Commander W D. Cral& VaN right i I. -ramanJiny, officer ,learns the fundiinrital principal their Indebtedness within a reason _

from 1940 to 1943 and Is I!flclating.! Interment was In the I 000-man fighting force sonville. of the vessel.! of th. Nav v serv able length of time.ie .
f!Ie of E T Shull. 'I Pine Grove Cemetery.

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rAGE T\\U BRADFORD COUNTY\ TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA ______________________, __rRID\Y__ : FFJlRtJ
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d. meeting were T. A. Rowland III cent. I wig' r"M,'nil"de Defendant. I March : -
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J Case No. Hill ,
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B7adfordCountvTelegrauh of Live Oak and Rev. B. E. Simmons &or.... and Mrs. Arnold Wasdln Order of PutMention.. Cod Xotle* Tn Court seeks and di.T.I..ph I
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t of Starke. Mr. Rowan ia Apuenr .'r" FK (ii-' ," ..O''U.\.., .
and baby of Jacksonville apl'ntthe l.uilwlK I 'Po.tenri.'der; whoso residence In n.'t"' rWltn .
lL district executive of the New nod addr. HN I* fold WaterMemorial .
ESTABLISHED 1879PubliiihivJ E. I. MATTHEWS. OWNtn-CDITOH River District. Rev. Simmons weekend\ with his parents Mr. New York.Honplnil. Welfare laland. I at mark t
presented. the Scouts with Registration and Mrs. H. M. Wasdln. UU.I .
You are required" to appear on UOFKK'IAL" II'At.
cards. Mra. I>. O. Starling and Lonnle Maich. 1151.. In the aliove. named. I .
Court, and "au..... wherein' plaintiffxoeka ny nl"F..ank
E\ Friday .) Enured M Second T I i After the regular Scout meetingMr Hines were visiting their sister divorce Bradford County T. ,

:.: ['laM :Matter at-ry the rot Office) at Starke Fla. I fy Juira gurqess ;Iohrt Rowan and Rev. Simmons met Mrs. Pfller Osteen also their I Telegraph next four Khali weekly. niiMlnh: Itsues.Wltiteaa this. Order In I. Circuit Court

-- I i with the Troupe Committee for a I mother Mrs. Lizzie Hines of High my )hiind, and (' 'rial' "seal fl'.'Hdni I |n ihnn fln1,
t =PONCA. NEBR. school of instruction in their At Htarke: Florida::; tliln January It, John U. "lit,. .1 t tOould "
t' MEMBER ((3)) 1951 ''duties. This committee Is composed Springs. Sunday.Mr. I I 1(151OFFiriAt( :' ., Deft ,tilfti,. ,
Wherein I finished my quilt, Ibid bout three Pieces. After cake is and ( I HKAt.) A J. older Of P..hll"'I". .
and Mrs. John ,,
January good-bye and welcome Iced slip out the Your | ( of J. E.: Wall. H. C. Kelly McKlnny Aa Clerk of said Th"ma"l \ppmr ST11.: ...
;. DulMrrlpiiun .i.SO Annual, 1I1! 'I IJIO For Six Month the coming spring. I plate is clean. paper.. O. .1. Phillips H. C. Harley. and children were dinner guests of 'Fr Hv nk Haven Iandrum Clpsby., Peputjr Stark! ClerkT Fla.Attya. Kl*>an..,.,*r. i-(l<,, ';i,

This la all Icy winter month, Here is a different way to fix Roy Grlffis. Mrs. Will Melton In Waldo. for Flf. 212 4t li23 ftldr](. NBW \
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( liver. The troop Is sponsored by the attended .. ,., You art- qi'
they say; Mrs. Equllla Roberts In Irenle ( 'our. Bradford ( ouch .
J' FAKMKRS; ; :Ml'ST i HE: OIT1MISTS But look about you underneaththe LIVER a la CREOLE: ( i call iti). P. T. A. and A. A. Cook represented Church. Starke Sunday night.In Lloyd lorMni, It.. In Hrahn.('hnnrerr.Plaintiff.. va. Margaret I Februarynamed C.irplaIntiff .. ,

now 1 pound pork liver (sliced), 3 that organization at the meet- W. Uhahn Defendant jt >.k
? Most people would hoot at tile
Is the farmer optimist Case No. 88'" County Telegiii} ..
And find that April has begun tablespoons of fat flour to roll .. In .
: Ing.H. Order of PnMlriKltm And \ tle. Tntppenr nirlet nesi(
if; idea and fay quickly that he is the world's worst pessimist: to grow the liver in, 2 cups of tomatoes, C. Kelly moved his *'r\TF. OP Kloltmt Tot Witness n '
grocery Irrult' ('our*. llmtjfuril Vol.17. .A.arra...... -. W. TI.aI.. .....,.... whn... ...... .r..I.n"N.._ !'Iark... PinOFFICIAL hat
1 and yet we think we can prove that the average farmer is An'\ that there, ia perhaps,' a 2 tablespoons of chopped onions store In Ms new building last Kltirl.lat. In C'httnrrry. lit. ijnknown.-and w.n hos-.*. P. 0.nn Ad- ( sItAt I!

"; 1 the most optimistic person in the world. hint of May. salt and pepper to taste. week and had hla opening on Sat. Marie (OladyM. Mnrone, Plaintiff v.. dress. In.: F*. O. tIns 529>> Wen Point "

\l73! You certainly wouldn't think it by looking: at him. for So be not downcast these Season llv,r, dip In flour and urday. The new store is modern Hamuel i';. Jlaronv iiefendant ran* No. 8250 pleaaanL You: ate New required Jeraey to: appear, on T.RV Frank Myrtle T. '"r ltAttys. ,
darkened lays.. i March 6, 1951 In the above named "
fry brown add onions and toma' and Is operating as a serve yourself Order Of ubllriitlnn. And Notlr 1otpP'sr for Plf .
of working out-of-doors in biting wind and scorching I Court and wherein plaintiffseekS .
long cauax.
I iI" years The sun will move from out the toes. Cover and cook I store, Mr. Kelly has a full line NT i 1 M OK FIOHII'\ 101iitiI divorce a".I.oo.ral ,
slowly for .. equitablerelief.
have written the of hU endless against $ E. Uttrone, whouu realilancannd In (Clrenl' 11..
story tones
l struggle "
sun Telegraphahall "
Hraclford
County nr !
south again 15 ralnutes. Uncover and cook ISrrlns. I of staple groceries. meats and ndilreHN. In. (tHft! ClnaHon Avenue, Klorlrtet. In rir
', ,, : the elements and lined his face with quiet determination. And April .will come back with longer or until liver I vegetables. The business operates i Jtrooklyn Now York: weekly publish laaueaWltpe this. Order In next four Hnvmon.l FT han* -r V f IT ff9

4 True at first glance you might thinkhe wears a scowl perpetually mists of rain tender and sauce la thickened.
... '" but that is merely a mask that is quickly discarded While all the woodland logs a I Here is a poem written by the Fool Stores." i t'uurt. and (aun.". wherein' phklntlffHH at.n..Htarke. Florida, title February 1.1 Order of Pnhllraitpnrar .n '
kti divorce reHto\atlr\ of mulden '
when he smiles. of praise. OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas ftTtrrOliva : "I'
.i, sent; I grandaughter of my good friend name ant other reII4'r. HrucirordI'iftinty ( A.l"tork of said CourtDy 10:. Ounn 1"1,
; He IS an optimist though, make no mistake about that. EDITH TATUM who live. on a ranch in Wyoming Onlrr. In.I..raph)n"xt four shall weekly. publish IHKUPH thin, Haven' Crosby Deputy: ..' kfhaa address. la. lilt .

f" How else can you explain the fact that down through the ages Many. of you who read thin and I but I do cannot not know be more lust how than old a she Is; ; GRAHAM at Wltn.Stark$t t ...B,..mv Florida hand ,and this official. Febru.ry7th. anal Atty.. It for., Hess Jackaonvllle Plf. 204-06 Guaranty;Florida.2'3 O Lifetiiiiiing 2'5,1 Alexandria You are B. 19 rentMarch 5t.Vir 'I

'i we have always had men and women who love the good earth have never seen snow or experienced girl in her teens. young 1 ISMOFFICIAL. ___ Court and .am
( SEAT) A. :T ThomaaAn eke divorce
winter of and Ice By :Mr*. John McKlnny/ Clerk of ....I.. In rlreult Court.flrsdtorl. Conner i
and despite their trial and tribulations would not exchange a snow As we walk down this Court.. Klorlilni. In ( .heneCrY.Mary agreement anil
winding nv 7fmn V'roHby. lifputv" (M rkT ford County T
j places with any man on earth ? How else can you reason it can only Imagine how 6ne feels road of life I Frank r.andrum. Stark, FloridaAttyn. Htovall K. And Anderson.rion. Defendant.PUIntlCf. va.Hoinard llah. this Order I...'!
Mrs. Forest .. for I'lf. 2,0:, 4t 312 laxtiea.Wltneaa. ."
when January .is and We oft times feel Reynolds of Jacksonville Case No 8311
out, when year after year through drought and flood cold gone you we see not Order Of Publication Cud %olle laA my hat t.
know that not many more Icy the good only strife Is spending a few days ..penr HTATB" Of FI. RII14 r... Starke Flnr.
waves and scorchingsun, he comes back the following year We with, her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. .. Hernard K. Andorson. whoae real- 1951OFFICIAL. po
days are between DOW and spring mutter and complain when ... (',. .U ('..>urt Ilrmlford Conntr, ( OKA!: Jt: '
and plants again ? Crop failures are most bitter disappointments Even though one enjoys the winter things aren't just right. S. Abernathy. Florida In ( ..n..rr. dence and are attires required. la:to UnknownYou on Havno
appear dl
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fly
and yet he tries again. Insects and pests ruin crop as I do, a change la always We sit In an attitude of darkness Mrs. Annie Ward and daughter, Wtella Sutlrln Mamsellta A. MHIIUPIHII.., Defendant Plaintiff v*.. February 2H 1961, In .. the "bov.nnm..lt T. Frank Lauli" ,
welcome. I like to two never venture to Mrs. Hellen Maxel Bath ef Waldo Court and cause, wherein Attya. for Pit.
plant my light.
Case No. S240
after crop, often ia/ spite of almost endless hours of work plaintiff aeeka divorce and restoration -
vegetable gardens. To watch my We find that the burden we are were visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Order. nf PnlIlcul.o And. 'Coil.'. To of maiden name. Bradford I. rirrult ("....ro. llr><,
spent in dusting and spraying, and yet the plants Appear HrAI'H OP Pl.Olilllt '1'.., County Telegraph shall publish this .
farmer flowers peep through the earth called on to bear. McKlnny last Friday night. Stella Mamxbtllii, whoHtt. residence Order In next four weekly. \Issue r'lorlilai In .rhnntrri.William .
: again. There's too much rain one season and not enough the after the first warm sun. I also I Makes us downhearted and Carl Broughtbn and Leon Wynn and address, Greece:lai, Cournarou >Ii>. Mytllanti Witness. my bind .and official Cleopatra J Hanva. N. H 'ole' .
{ enjoy rain, for all winter long we moody, giving/ no heed to made a business seal at Starke Florida. thla Jan- ell'
13 next one winter is mild enough to grow crops, and the next care. trip to Wind- You art required to appear on nary 24. 1491OFFICIAL Order Of PnfcllrathtaApnenr '
; do not have rain or an electrical But it is when Ood leads us mere Sunday. Murch fi, 1951 In the abuya. named ( SE.\L) A.:1.: Thnmaa, craTe op h.
i : is bitter cold, and yet the farmer through it all and is Court and |FLo
.whftraln
goes cause plaintiffHack .
storm. When spring comes the air down this long road of life, Mra. divorce. A* Clerk or said Cou..t."y CleopatrA N H. p*, .
Russell *
: Starling and children Itradford Countv Mvrtle TDeaver.. Deputy .
; Clerk 'Idenca la unknottdreiia .
: ready at the next planting date. la cleaned and purified by the That we see the blessings of of Tampa spent last week In Telegraph shall publmh. this Order 'I 1'. Frank T.nndrum, Slarke. Fla la !Main POJ.
I four r
next .
By optimistic though. we do not mean that if you ask a lightning at least I have been goodness in each wayward strife. with her parents Mr.. : and Mrs. my weekly liiauaa.VN'ltnnns t official neat. Attya. for Plf. 126| 41 216In :' 8110Franc'oc"' ., """nl, \.

) '. farmer how he will do with his corn that he will grin and told. The birds will come up from I And It Is when God tenders over Carl Jones while Mr. Starling was ut Htarke. Florida::.d.dt't':. January31; Circuit Court--Bradford Cou..,.. February You are tg.requln 198)) mi.! .
:'I say : "Going to make 1,000 dozen to the acre and get 30c a the south and robins will hop about each sigh In Lake City hospital. (OFFICIAL BEAT.: A. :J. Thomas Florida I In ( ....r.rr. named Court aeekcCounty an
dozen for it !I" No indeed. on the lawn looking for fat That the blessings of living Isrevealed Aa Clerk of Hald. Cour Loulaa Mealy. Plaintiff va Robert In plaintiff
Chances ,
are he'll snort and say: Mrs. Hiliard Broughton of "" Defendlnt Cuie No. S21JOrder Telegraph
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worms Robins do not eat much by and by Sly have Crosby, Deputy' Clerk of Publication. Order In frAVItneatt
SoC > titnnenr neat
i.llce
:. 'If "Things don't look right at all this year and I just don't believe Gainesville spent Monday with Mr. T. Frank Landrum, ttturke: Fla. s'e-r "f KI.OHIi Tut> hni,
but and It Is when % my
Leavesbegin
worms bugs here. .
I'll seed we place our life in and A lya for Pit. 213\ 4t Sill Robert Healy. .
even get my and fertilizer back I" Mrs. Carl Uroughton. whose redden nod at starke. Fla fh
to unfold In May with the His hands address. In .

: care of Mra Bernard !
OFFICIAL SEAL
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: If you're city slicker that Mr. and -Mrs. Buddy Stokes In (rirrnl. four. Itrailrurd. ('..aa',. Healy, 957 Seneca
a hearing remark you'll say to winds of the west. Yes I love all That we who complain at laatund..ratand. and Flirrldni In hnneerr. wood 27. New York Street Kldxe- An Coo
: ;yourself, "that man's an awful pessimist". But the real way seasons. I do not teem to lose that daughter and Mra. Bcnnie Brouxh- Hetty Fontenrled Plaintiff, vn Laid. You are required. to appear on Jly Myrtle T. Dt ?

# to judge is not zest for living deapite the great i I Istate Miss Betty Lou T'.... ..., ton and daughter Chlsnor. spent
a his -
man words but
by by his actions. And -
: the weekend
ftf turmoil the worM l Is In. I I Not often such wisdom from In Tampa visiting
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.1 I the farmer' year in/ and year out. through thick and thin. One must just have faith In our I the young generation but as long relatives

,;' raIn aria sunsnine, goes about ms planting and other work. no President and leaders that they I I as we have girls and boys like Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Cat have sold Qftc&eftJ6Ncu

matter what happens. know the situation better than I Betty Lou I am not afraid for the their place to Vacial\ Davis. They

ij; Any man who does( that is a real optimist any of us and will bring us thru j future of our country when left have moved' to Alachua Countyto
I and save our country. So I go I in their hands. John Eddy. We hate to looae

'1""* about singing and< saying a pray- 1 i God bless you all, them, but wish them much suc- : SiIerAiiivcrsanPottiia

l i' er.I have finished quilting my lovely .'I LOVE. LURALAWTEY I I Symptoms of Distress Arl.lnll-'rom

,quilt. It Is all folded and on the II STOMACH ULCERS
davenport now. I pressed theedges I ,
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and tonight while Don and ,, I I DUE TO EXCESS ACID :

i I are listening to the radio I shall L. II. Fntrh QUICK RELIEF OR NO COSTAqgjJ'JJJ
11-I fix the edge by hand. I am so
NO".ox IsISI'L.tY
\ happy over my masterpiece. I put
every stitch In It myself. Whoopee : Coleman Phillips who J In a memo Ovor four million
I her' of Uncle Sam's T... ... ... bottle of Clio W'Luao
en toy being a woman. I Air force and ? have been mill fur retIe of
% believe that we have an easierlite for some time has been stationed .ymptonuof(ItftrMH.trlitnic. rrom Stomach
knd Dun.1
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OlcMrs due to C..u A ld iFtbk
U than men. Not that we do not ,i: at Shreveport. Louisiana In Spendparents. Pw Dlsntton. B_ or U...... B'-to
work but I somehow cannot help Inll' .. thI..,, dAV .'''rln'' '' ....... ..,_ GM|IM ., Htartfcurn ClMplM. fi* .. sC... _
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| : duo to Kiccw;" Add.' .. _
Auk
for
but feel sorry for them some .ir. and Mr;. o! J. Phil I ;; M......"which fuUrexplnuu. this"Wlll remarkable .rd'- )4 -
__ times. They have more worry. I lips. Coleman has been transferred hum*treatment. ** -at ff __

| VACUUM UIANII meUUSTS1Handsomely For Instanre; my husband pays I to McDIIl FIeld Tampa whl're'I KOCH itta STOKE

ACME all the bills and worries(\ over the'I, he will be stationed when he goes p ,__-,- -
Income tax sheet. I back on duty. O. J -
REBUILT just buy the Phillip* and -- -- --- ----- --=
VACUUM groceries as wisely as I can and daughter. Ola Map, and Mrs \V. C.
1 what I aave from my allowance I Phillips spent last weekend, In : I LH5;
I-l.t t.>.-Me*!* ar ACMI 5CA41 frafN. I have to spend for things I most Tampa and were accompanied Arc & Acetylene

desire. It Is great fun to fix up I home by Coleman. WELDINGLATHE

the house, to buy new curtains j MM. Hubert: Priest and Mr... G.I .
and a new throw rug. I say It Is I W. Roberts were shopping In O
hest to be a woman these days. Jacksonville on Saturday. for All the World to See that
\VOKKe : .
The men are drafted while girls Edward Massey who hni been

have a choice. A woman, need not confined to Riverside hospital In !E>ollur for 'olla t7e' .Cd/ltt' en a POItinr

go Into service unless she 'la In Jacksonville tor some time returned -Fully Equipped-' ,

clined. So I say to you lady friends,' to his home here Tuesday after'noon. Portable Machine MakesIt

out there..Be kind to your hubby. I Possible To Come To TIlE: IOSTHKI'TIFI"I.THINKS ON \ IIKEI: ,. Lt.t'IUOt'i! BW IXTKRIOHS

give him an extra loving pat and I I Mrs. G.V.. Roberta spent lest The Work. ."lth l.llacllve New Cull-Kins Stjlloat o-utlt. M. ?.b.4.... New Color l It."IIU.i .....-
few .
it
more compliments. No matter weekend with her Comfortable Deep-reef Seete.Proof .
ftCU ts father In Deland. ..0 .I.T.PIU.ED! STB.
: : tlGHT
ENGISEEJUSGDnCE
what his faults, it I Is better to,, Mr.. Roberts :
4 and son. George went si! 'PKH-: !IPRI>O nioti
be married and FIIEK OF .
have a home than down CII VRGK .
attac to be on Sunday and Mri. Roberts 1I6Ifo..po.er.IIII..nl Performance with Reautuef.M.IIT With New Eo'.. Lou. Rear 9prin. anRldlns S
alone.
I
ahould Cast
know Truly returned, home with them. Low rraaeum Tlrea.
I think these days when I look /I C.
bark In the | Mr. ami Mrs. Hubert Priest. and DEVLIN I LIWET.PI5I'ICD: CAR:: WITH ..IYOR..00.1t"l BV FISHER
evening of my life :\1.'Tlf: III\K*
daughter Lorraine. were visiting !I,",,,,,. Ru....... BeautlfuUy Strled. ..d BuJj
!and will !
find
these I
] Con' uW% now are happiest of all am The living dayswhen I relatives In Cedar Keys on Tues- Welding & Repairs Made K:'en Smoother ami More Enjoyable for 1111 All 9toel. |

my baby was little. I cherish 'day.Mrs. ALTOV ROM SII.VKII: !STIIKiK: PKIIVORMK.. : DillY TO LAST !...... MILES'
I shall! always remember the L. H. Hill and Mrs. H C. C, STAtUtE FLORID.tItOrIts light' Ilk Your Itafiendable( holee' .of ...Ia.... Powerful Stralabl In the Pontleo.. Tradition. of Eennomlral
or rxionomlral
Slit UeH>.".bl. ilerxlen foe Lnn..
places I lived. the trip we took | Kelley were in Macclenny on Mon. 0.00: TO 10:00: P.M. n Loos Tlaul
ci and all the happy hours of living. day afternoon of this week. Vpdeaai ol

$ IIYINSION Rut I appreciate things so much I I Mrs. Hilt of Greenville S. C. I In O

S .. %nnre, because I have lived thru visiting her daughter Mri. Clyde Ilefore 3:00 .*.:\(. Phone

& other times. I have never been (Slngletary. 60 Starke McGRIFF MOTOR!

Fl.fL SA ,Ayoa happier. Harry Rucker. Roy Bates and ..
('.\NIII'U'I I have a letter from each of my hl.i mother, Mrs Ruby Bates of St. -- ----- TEMPLE AVE. & PRATT ST.

:i 2 / <: sisters saying my eliiest brother I Matthew, S. C.. were visiting Mrs STARKE. FV\\

Jesrtp. Is In a hospital In Indiana Bates father J, E. Warren during
T lent him a card: and letter. That the weekend.

1 SUIT'. ,Is the first time to my knowledgethat Mrs S. C. Harley and son. Dean

Orders he has ever been 111. I hopehe I of Gainesville spent last Saturday

4 Filled YUSN'U Is soon hom.Vent to the dentist with Sirs. A. H. Harley. Sr.

TOOL _ this week again. He put In a Mr. and Mrs Ed. Hayes andchildren
-Send SIUIU big gold filling/ 'In. a jaw tooth j( of Ohio were visiting Mr.

I Deposit! "AT.. Surely. does help me chew. Whoopee -I I and Mrs. Cullen McSwain on Wednesday .
He says." You don't smoke I i ido of last week. Mr. Hayes
t 10DAYTRIALPLAN you ? I .replied "No how can I[I and Mr.. MrSwain were "buddies"In JOIN 'THE SWING t to

you tell ? "H* said" Your. teeth i) the service during the last war
shine and sparkle." Girl perhaps,i and, thlt ViSit heM a tinge of reunion -
I Liberal that Is one argument In favor of] In It for them.

; not smoking. Tell your young:I Mrs Harry Sasner" of Jackson. -: HAPPY LIVING !

Trade.ln_ girls It they want pretty white i villa visited her parent. Mr. and -
e. teeth that sparkle, to refrain from Mrs J. E. Warren last weekend. '

:i _on_Your_ smoking clgaretts. They put Wesley Arwood who .is serving \ I

\ Old yellow film on your teeth the In the navy and now stationed at 2 More and more families are piling chores
dentist says. Green Cove Springs li spending a :::
.
Cleaner! three weeks leave with his family _v-4.4: on Redd/ Kilowatt's willing shoulders...
I _ CLAY HILL.Letter from Dorothy : ,
Manning, that her sister-in-law here.Mr.. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker and gaining golden hours to spend in easier,

(rot burned. I do not know how. Ron. Nelson Jr.. of Atlantic Beach happier all-electric living! .
It Is Jess Manning's wife. She spent Sunday here with Mrs.

was going to stay with her. nu Blooker's mother. Mrs. A. H. Har. .
Mae Jones wrote that her brother ley. Sr. Mrs. L. H. Hill was also

Free Home Demonstration I was home from Georgia. They are dinner guest of Mrs. Harley at

' all well. Leon. Carter was home that Mm- -*_

'from camp on a weekend leave M. E.: Hennager and Carl Gillen

,I: USK; COUPON HELOWAC.ME : Glad he doe get to go home to of Lake City were recent visitors
see his folks.HELPFULL of Mr. and Mrs. D B. FOR BETTER UVING..GO AU-E1ECTR/C/

r VACUUM STOKES, INC. - HINTS .Put aluminum I weekend Mrs. Charles with Shuford Harley.spent the EXTRA lEISURE TO ENJOY FLORIDA'S'

112 W. Forsyth St. ., foil on the bottom of Ice tea ville. relatives in Gaines

I Jacksonville, Florida glasses In place of coasters to Ml.s Mattle
I catch the moisture. WJien Harley was visit

I I \\ TIft'r (OKI.1(1.\TIOV I would. like. a FREE: Home Denwn- I ing a live ch'cken bend a weigh coat ing last relatives week la Lawtey one day Be tire jou'r* likiag "full .dv.".... of moJem

I .ration of a bmiiilfully rrhnllt EI..trolu1I. hanger Into a U and electric lpen.cookin,
the
roniph'le with 8 attuthmpnl slip chickens Mrs Louise duhwiihing cleaning, WELCOME VISITORS!
I r fur $I2.9. I feet Into each end. Hang: It on who nave, been Appleby and children withiaf tad 4rj leg cloth......*V the !lat.., timelaving I I
S the scales vl.iltlngrelatives Enjoy yourselves! And
by the hook. Sav s tying here for several woth-taving Sunihlne Services!

.f I Name... -_._ _ _ __._._ __ I the chicken's feet. Try puttIng their home la Stuart day last returned week.to I I remember lots of our homelolks
waxed: paper on the shelvesof The regular meeting of the I I ,cam here first as visitors..and I I
: Address Boy
.... your freezing
--- : compartment in
I I refrigerator. If Scouts was held In the School. I I came back to "play for keeps!"
trays are dry auditorium .....
City. -.--.. st&t I they will not stick but come out February 8. on Thursday evening. 1 : LI fd4 ((......trJ
I If K. F. I>. Sfe'iid easily. Put a piece of I The meeting was In ( you stirMsr
L---------------J SjIf"t'lfto Direction' five Inches wide under paper the about edge Slnftletary charge of Scout :Master! Clyde : FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY -L--- or THI ci/nmFEB
There
of your cak. before Icing V..e a. Scouts were eleven
cIi present. Visitors! at the






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BREARY I0, 1951 BRADFORD COfNTY TKLKOKAPII:
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nimlm who have moved: near I and Nan Moody were in Gaines sisters. Mrs W H. Andrews and fruit seeds. grUr< edfl, 1m ad : aDd two liildren of Jacksonville, I+lorldnt I. f.'hsnr..
r And Times Sunday afternoon. vllle one day lust we'11!' Mrs. J.P. Hammock and daught- milk oranges. or anyiiimg! Ui wer weekend guests. uf Mis .i.H.I., :;,:;,,.,'it.' :t' Mi::, iiniii'\' Plaintiff' :I
i.-hni I MitiUtiiu "I
Folks Junior and Anne Bill and !Marie Banks were In I er. Betty Sunday Janice and Harold I Bank vat Coleman s parents Mr and Mr*. U. ft tiflant.(..I... f | Safer Cough Relief
[River "
moved back to the old Gainesville with Nan Moody when Shiver spent Saturday wither Olio nun'mng Ch.ppy. in Con ut l Henry Thomas Inlet. HI Puhllrntlon t n.l Vol'lr. 'I'"i \
! Lie) Lee Lazenby home. Jr. says he's going she purchased her tructor last mother Mrs. Moody. I his Jumping mood Jumped on .'1'mnl'tstarlti' ,ntr:, .M.V Io..'.'rinhj.gce, 'I'' When new drugs or old fall to stop
this! year. He has a 2.7 Saturday The Pledger Johns family spent the hot healer but no sooner than j I'" ( Irpult. In .'....1'.. llrmtforil. twiinO.tlirlit ,t'n k nn.iYu : I your couth or cheat cold don't delay. ;! '
C hnnrrrp.lirrml
allotment. Junior I he hit thai heva. off! Cmiilflnro i riutntlff. AnKtlena ; :" are ri>iiilinl| I 1,1 tnpcar on Creomuldon contains only safe help. k1
Gibson has a notice" to go Sunday with Mr. Johns' parents They va Mmh. ; : : I xuL
uilv t Ingredients and \
Carl Nettles had to I Cnndeloro I?..f.nilAnt. rir.l. in the above named proven no nareotks -
back to Pass A--Grille for his Mr. and Mrs. N. A Conmer of doctored his tittle fret and now ('...... No. "He 1'\11'1. .. t "unit vauit., M'h.ti>lti. iiliklnttff to disturb nature's process. It .
relative of Tom hospital Wednesday annual physical check-up Jr. Is Midway. I thtrc'a. no sign of norrnefs or at Orilrr. ..f I'utill.'iKliin .(ml ,....he Tittiiprnr li'liRiitlth< .kM. illvi.no lit'.iiirurd. .'..linn I joe light to the teat of the trouble to i
r1 Ct joker, gave him a went to the hospital In classed: as 100% disability. Meadows and Vondle Anderson I least, front his getting; around M Cnnrl'r ,"I'"H'lorn.I>.'whore KI.OIIIIIV I-PBMIMK/ TinAriKeltnft ,In n.-\l tour Hhall w.-kl\I'IIIIt/dl,IHSUI trili.. Uriiol, l I aid nature soothe and heal raw. ten \

cinner at New River this time. Oscar Gibson home from of DeLnnd Vondle He knows bin name and when [ In No. 21 :N.'MHlu'/ A"'nuo, balslkeanalilrifil : I Wllnf' ,,1hll', '"' uul, ,.HI.I,, 'In! .dl' dare inflamed: bronchial membrane
Sunday There was Minnie Johns Is working was were visiting they come Into the house and rail Nitw" J..r. III, i Mlniki'' I Klnililn. ... tinK "liiiiuiuiri'IO \ Guaranteed to please you or druggist ,
**;* &r h Ala. last week where he has been mother Mrs Minnie Granger this You are r<>riulr I ">il t In, itppnr, nil slh' 1'111 refund money. Creomulsioa bat Jtood ,
I and lots of good eat, Starke School Lunch transferred from the to weekend.Mrs "Chippy" he comes from some I\\I..1I,12Ih.: 1'Til, in iIn. itl ho,,< named ( !.VI. SKM.l l; \ \.J i TlKii'iaHAn ., the tort of I
I'M taken were She Is working In )I engineer I where. I four II tnt" i-aUBn, wherein plalntlrfi 'Melk\ .r tal'1 I'uu"nt, I many million of own.CREOIVIUL'SION.
toti oa good the Infantry. He looked fine and Henry Thomas has a new i arks rtlvorr Iirnilfnril ,' ted tth Will Andrew Nettles place. Flora Bell One day left I shall inililmli thin Order" Iftiv s.ll.s.. ,.n tiiiiuiltic, ,
pd said he was enjoying the service they I the house! and) Daylonii I
Frlgldaire stove It is the size bt. ,
at her husband, Carl's Iti n *x4 four w..klv HMU'ii. llourh l-'lnrlilii.
unable to attend Marie lead Ie4stM. ,...
eta I an t his illness. tween the large 2 oven range and forgotten and left thelid \Vn> inv hand and official. peel Atl.f?i' 1'ir -i, 411 ] Casgti CJM Co Aort IN8dr'1Ia' '
during fine.Mr. off .t Htnrkn, Florida" thin
the bucket which held Februury2nd
I'k Km Chicken Albert Moody planted a and M.'s. Ben Renfroe were the apartment size. Jt's oven I 1& his 1951, f' ., .----------____. -. I ("
+ sack' I I. loose again Marglo tomatoe seeds out walking Monday afternoon In just as large as the stove, which pecans (which they give him 2 or (OPFIClAh AIIAt.) A, J. ;Thnmnn, i
e a are in real danger. He plans to plant about 2 the finest of spirits. They walked makes it about the size and halt 3 there a d"y'ht'n) they returned! Haven An rro Clt-rk;.by,of lx>no'ulit III Court.Jlv Cl.rk. :
c protection, you'd better These he thinks are less from their home near Roan Turners of the regular 2 oven stove. It's were very few pecans left in nay -lc1nn-trlil I )Hullillnir\ : Daytona PURE TIRES NOW AVAILABLE j'j'.T '
the bucket .
IQ ((1f the had been .
day 1I''h. "iI'l'hll\, ,
to Merrills the in electric I
It where largest or
meat and flood just able to wilt and they ] Store they oven an longer and the house bigger he'd Atiyn, for I'lf 119| n 3'2In '
I caught the bus to Lak Butler to gas range that we have seen. Not ..
up. attend whole have gotten them all" Marie tlri-nU. .....f. tlr..,lf..r.l CoKnlr.
Union but
the turkey hog
'wolves" a meeting at only a big a
fcung crave Pledger Johns says he's said)I. There .
hidden
Church of God Uiere. It seems could be baked lu Itl!('D-love to were pecans e
b>uch and the mamma'sfern i plant 1.2 lbs of Marglos all over the house'! Under
the
!
en pillows TiRrlinv'
I grand to see Mrs. Rpnfroe able try it out!) ... 5
'4 chicken so they Mlsrrllaiirun) Mhnuer to that The Swishers back In in the settee under cushions \\\ I
house and get around way again for Harry are
I a nice hen vases, on sills and l'vernook Wi PURE SERVICE
jK Feathers! Chase! I Mrs Doyle (Jackie ) she hasn't been too well lately. Mr. their house trailer again. They had and corner. He must. have i I AI""Yt) STOREIN
makes his Crews was entertained I Renfroe (Uncle Ben as we affectionately quite a visit in Ohio recently. 811'1'twl'll I.
ape
Owne that night! So tired!
7 "wolves" are so afternoon with a call him) is always jok (1iiipy| the Squirrel 666
hen talk! They even shower in the C E. I ing and In tine spirits. Last Nov. Bill Banks shot a big Sometimes' when they call"Chippy" : MKC WHITE 1V.1LLsG70x15,710x15,600x16fi70r16
even
for this The hostesses were: Sgt. David Southerlmul! of ft. fat squirrel near his front yard he Just sits up and curls '
,ay 25c a piece grabbed In Andrews, Mrs Floyd I Bennlng was home on a 3 day About 3 days later, when Bill end his tall up gracefully on his back IKHIIO M MSim-MMI NUT MUlf 760 x 16
I
jiullet, they L. L. Johns Mrs. Eustace I leave this weekend. He surely Marie came in from town about and barks daringly at them. .. /10
f a big rock hen. Costly and Mrs. Kerby Crews. looked well. Doesn't look like a do. S o'clock Bill. noticed a baby squirrel This is an interesting: pet Y

td Jackie and Doyle had I server of a Purple Heart, or the sitting on the back steps, The There's never a dull! moment for hARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION IN IILACK WALL I
which followed down day to be home. They pale fellow who recently returned cat, a beautiful 7 month old whit Chippy nor anyone who is around ,
,,1e Branch was not half stationed near Savannah, from Korea to fully recuperate Persian kitten noticed the stronger him.Bill 600 x I 16. Gin: x 16, 760 x 16, 700 x 15

w(1 t t was anticipated. Theft The couple received His wife Is still ,residing in Lake too and started to catch il thinks It must have beenChippy's PHARMACISTS 820 x 15, 670 x 15, ANF 710 x 15
iert get done and pshaw ful gifts. Butler David hopes to got! settled Bill, slipped up, in the chase and mommy he killed for the
di P, got -" TJght up with Refreshment were permanently so she can soon threw his hat over the squirrel. doga found a baby squirrel about t
nrrowly escaped sandwiches cake and cold join him In Ft. Bennlng. which seemed relieved to have Chlppy's size that same day and TRUCK TIKES
," four other "wolves" Mrs Rosa Pinholster We did not have services at human companionship. In 30 mill killed it. What if both squirrel!
Jy neglected. In fact Mary Bell Parrish won the Long! Bridge Church Monday as utes time Bill had the squirrel in were their pets. 650 x 16 6 Ply !823; x 20 10 Ply

eider themselves social Many' games were played. usual. It was decided that several, his pocket, and around Merrltt Percy Osteen has returned home And 700 x 20) 8 Ply and 10 Ply
they were not invited I M. L. Johns Jr. went Including our pastor and his family Store. He has been a pet eve from the Veterans Hospital, Lake
i completely left out. [ Hope Haven for a check the Fred DodcH. would like\) to since.In City. He had all his teeth extracted -
i the socially neglected! day. M..rrltt'I attend the wonderful services at the morning after a good while there. ,
thing we mamma I Floyd and Mana I the Park of the Palms, near Key- niter rest in Marie's pantry ,where Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas of USED TIRES IN ALL SIZES
better start puttingthe ,a "spank fired" new 400 I stone Heights. Chippy made his own bed out 01 Jacksonville were also] visiting; the
menue several city General Electric Frank L. Tomlinnon was cutting a few wash cloths silk hose, und Henry Thomas family. ; --
jlek. If we will, it'll be I'you can bet your bottom land for Albert Moody om day erware, and what have you he i Is Elmore Carson is having' grad- ON-TIIE-MIN1T SERVICE PURE SERVICE STORE
I the Innocent neighbors. practically full*of good last wt'ek.Vond r what hurt rather skiddish and only want ual extraction about week He PHONE

Continue thicken slews ing from fresh guavas Marjorie, Moody's 3rd left finger! to be fud-not petted. As day draw is having his work done in Madison and Walnut Sts., .
Fla.
p, we'd. better all go In pork sausages: If you get ,; : We hear, she really has< it "band nearer the end Chippy begin Gainesville Day 64 Night Slarke
business! I I and want a real good aged,; up" with a swell bandage, his "cuddling up" stunts and loves Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Coleman -- ,

[Brews who suffered a them. Mana is a good We want to see that bandage, to be petted. He gets plenty of ----, --.------. '.-. ,
last week. is confined she can't say she hasn't Mnrjorle attention too. Bill Marie and the ,' < "
[ise mostly but not the to cook! I.' Eustace and Gertie Kelley have Persian cat all pet Chippy. BtJI!
IS; around with the aid Mr. and Mrs. Drew 1 heard from their sou Eus'aoe Lee,, pets him most for Marie says she All
a. liking stick", He seems son-in-law and daughter, who hot accepted. a position! with can't stand Chippy "nnoodlln1 around ) ;
av I good appetite which Is Mrs. Russel Norman of .. National Container Co.. Fernan-, her ears and she "gets hllll STARLING'S BELOW
ar He had lots of comply and Mr. and Mrs Rafe tine He really enjoys his work. He in high". 'The cat loves and fond ThesePRICES
Some visitors from Lake Butler were visiting ,s' ys he checks pulp wood from !Ion him but when she gets toe

j\\n' were Mr. and Mrs. Andrews Sunday. various little spots in our county Motherly and begins her washing/ t tar o.
r Iwr
( crts of Lake Butler Kenneth Sockwell of Frank L. and Emma Lou Tom- his ears and face Chippy acts like Ceiling
a rs. Carl Ward and Mr ville was out at his (the ] llnson went to visit their Uncle all other little boys and gets re
;uj) Pinholster of Jack. Glover) place Sunday. Tom Edwards who Is In the Alnchun belluous. He starts jumping from
''ll blri, Marlon Sapp and has till the 21th before I Co. Hospital two nights,; last chairs, tables, window curtains
[MiJy of Lake Butler, service. Week. or any higher object onto the cat.
Mrs. Truby Parrlsh and Ervin Andrews was Mr. nod Mrs. Joe \fool'eland! of Then he soon whips her out and
Mary Bell of Santa Fe; the U. of F. this .. Jacksonville! were visiting Mrs. the piny Is gone from Kitty so
Pinholster of Brooker; believe he completely < !Morelnnd's dad Mr. "'!Andrews\ Chippy just swings around and PORK CHOPS WESTERN lb. 39cGritsJi5
(i< Thomas Gus Wynn and enjoyed himself after who hag been on the sick list this" teases her till she culls herself up
I Guy Andrews and son pulled down several high week. However he Is aliK>l to KO; to an<. refuses to notice him.
) Starke and Mr. and Mrs.1 and stored up for himself 1 town some times when some one One afternoon they let the 2 out
e j Wiggins!\ of near Brooker .semester of College I, else drives. In the yard where they could
yo Howard of Brooker. I I Nan Moody purchased I It seems. that Call Nettles, Is watch them and of course Chlpp I

i; ''ill Andrews accompanied 1 new Tractor Saturday, I I doing pretty well over In tile made for the first little pine tie Dandy
: Gainesville Ralph was hospital at Palntka. The doctor and up to the top he went! Miss 3 BARS
Jn j-.cster Andrews and fam-
rke Saturday, sand over there J says he thinks that he con come Kitty, seeing danger proceeded Uf' 39C Soap 23C
school on It. Think he had home soon. He Bits up. talks and after the little brat which hn/ lbs. LUXPURE
Mrs Sherman Colemany Dr. Fisher of Keystone laughs. and eats well. He has beenIn already been on every. limb exUl
| Thomas were in De- showed a very spiritual ,, bed over a month now : ing. Kitty was afraid to ventureout
slness and visiting Mr. Sunday rite at Long! ; We have heard fronl1 111 am 1 on theme little straw-lik
oldest son Lafayette Christian Church. The Turner this week. Ha haf had branches, so she stayed close to
ere.I. of Saul. It was a sermon another stroke' and hemp. Paged the trunk and grabbed at Chlppy'stall
| |Mrs. Robert Brandkamp I Billy Sapp of Raiford Cordelle. Oa. Corrle Dowling of to keep him from all prevel LARD 4 99c
Kodachrome slide of I I Merchant Marines won \' Live Oak left !Sunday' to see him ent damages. Was she relieved SILVER LEAF LB. CTN.
f Zululand to the Long cousins Albert and Eunice I Dick and'Edith Carroll of Jacksonville when she saw him safe and sound
4' birlstlan Church Monday i last week. It9 understood and 3 sons spent the weekend in the house!
T ps very touching. I will be 4 months before with Edith's parents, Mr. and Chippy isn't cholcy about his
jnhns" Jr. end sister. Lou, be back home again. Mrs. Ira Merritt. eats most anything just so i It
om and Rubina Kerce,I Miss Ida Merritt Ralph Nan Moody enjoyed both of her lasts all day! He eats nuts, grape INDEPENDENT TALL KIM25CMILK



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.- - .. I Miss Strickland 1| St. Mark's Auxiliary Birthday-Theatre Woman's Club Mrs. Sauls HostessAt 'hits Jerry in the played field( ,


Makes 'Who Who Met At Burns HomeThe |I Party For Burge Hears Account Of Luncheon draggled prlvai,

ActivitiesThe : For Church Fund tlnual! state 01 'away '
I'j \ At Florida State regular monthly meeting of1"f ( Searing Saturday Junior from

) the Women's Auxiliary of St. Wednesday i Mrs. A. F. Sauls entertained ata on
Woman's Club met
Surge Searing Invited 15: of his trophe to the ii i
i, :> I Mark's Episcopal Church was held frlenda to his home Saturday afternoon afternoon at 3:30: o'clock luncheon at noon on Tuesday at a romancing w' ,
Monday evening at the home of him celebrate his her home on McMohon Street.
to ,
help Mr W. R. Morse. president presided Jerry Into
I the
I Mrn Kdward: Burns with Mrs. R. anniversary After Beautiful arangements of azaleas -
Ofrh-e- tenth birthday
\ over a short business session stir hllna" ..
J. Davis presiding up "' !
movlPB'at
Florida
I' enjoying the the narcissi used in the
21.> and were
it\\ Pbone after which Mrs. L. A. Canova mu.
Mrs. Herb Thomas gave a very Theat e. they returned to hit Before the miritiona
; Interesting report of the National I home where they roasted welners sic chairman, presented Miss SylVia -I living end dining rooms. are untangii. i j

I '," Council meeting held in Jacksonville I and marshmallows. Paulk, who a solo. I This lovely affair was the first
sang cause ttt consldohousing ,
\Veds A. Z. Adkins In series of luncheons and teas
Jr.
a
23
Miss Dorothy Wynn January 22 ,24. The program was In charge of '
't.o
1 .' i In the contests, prizes were i to be given by the ladies of the of the st
nf Mrs. Burns reported that the Mrs. D. L. Thomas, of ItI
8 president
Church Ceremony February Glen McCordand l
awarded the winners.
J In Lovelv. social relations committee I Woman's Club who Methodist WSCS, the proceeds of bad Investment, anu ii&
had collected received the Junior I
L George Patten. Burge which will to the building fund
i The marriage of Ml** Dorothy An arrangement of *hit' aza. i 30 garments and.given them, many lovely gifts. Helping him entertain presented Allese, Julia Ellen, and go under: con mandlng officer isft, i lOt:, I\\
Lorena Wynn daughter of Mr. and leas was in the center of the to the Red Cross. Fifty-seven mag his friends were his parents Jerry Lawson, who enacted a Valentine of the new Twelve church,members now enjoy the verge of collap Ii4
L 1 of Gainesville bride's table which was covered azlnes had been given to school skit and Mrs. Thomas struction. As ladle
::'ira. Irving: Jamra Wynn, Mrs. and Mrs. Earl B. Sear. song ed this affair.Martin a optm,, n', !S
linen and cutwork cloth. I'' and 23: sent to the
to Andrew Zenas /idktn.t with a State Prison. Ing, and Mrs. Baker.Methodist then gave an Interesting report line, Jerry makes .' ,
i a
of Judge and Mr*. Andrew Silver candelabra holding lighted a.- The program chairman MMI of the Junior Club activities for nilani '
:} Jr. son Zenaa Adklna Sr., wag solm- white tapers were on the table. I Lemuel Colnon, presented a very Men the club year. And Lewis, of the mess hiiii (It ,:'J

e nlzed Thursday afternoon of last The tiered wedding cake on Interesting program on the NearS At the close of the meeting delicious New Team scene he has a coir, (11111, '

I 4 week at four o'clock in the First another table overlaid with a white East. Those taking part In the dncusitlon Have Supper PartyThe refreshments carrying out Comedy an obstacle course and( '

,.', BapUat church. Gainesville. Dr. satin cloth, was topped with a I were Mrs. George Miller' the Valentine motif were servedby At Florida Sunday"At a memorable scqtin ."e

:. Ceo. Green pastor, performed the miniature bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Della Hoover, and Mrs. Col-; Starke Methodist !Men's the hostesses: Mrs. J. M. Smith sneaks off the post i ,41'"'

j., single ring ceremony. Assisting. in the hospitalities son. 1 1I Fellowship held Its monthly supper Mrs. Worth LaM rr. Mm. W. R War with the Army", show-.' Wlff. rat1
The church was decorated with were Mrs. W. E. Stokes, Mrs. J. I During the social hour Mrs. I I meeting In the Methodist edu Morse Mrs. T. K. MrClane Jr., Ing this Sunday and Monday at the This picture aim! i 1

4 palms basket ot white gladioli W. Norman Mrs. T. E. Duncan.'la.II' U |I Burns and Mrs. Rufus Grider, co- catlonal building Monday eveningFeb. Ms. 0 L Patten, Mrs. C. H. Quick. Florida Theatre Is a riotous tale ly musical score at, ,

and chrysanthemum*, and graduated Mrs. II. H. ParrlRh Mrs J. E.. I hostesses, served retre l1ments. 1, with a large number of Mrs. J. H. Rltch Mrs. R F. Youngand of army camp life, starring Dean beautiful new BOng.tr ntttI I
candelabra holding burning II Turlington, Mrs. Walter' Wynn, an 1 Miss Frances Strickland, niece 1 men present to enjoy the fried Mrs. T. B. Harding. Martin and Jerry Lewis, newest .Bergen.
aunt of the bride.. Mrs. Kasperi I 1I chicken prepared by Ovid
of Mr. and Mrs. R. F of supper
; tapera.Given in. marriage- __.___ t.uj.. v uci__ '...lh.t..<-..., Duncan, Mrs. T. V. McCaul, Mr.. Starke, has been tapped Young for membership -!I Marc Jackson Lewis, Cecil Sewell, and Clifton

,natron of tu.nor John E. Malnes Jr.,. Mrs. I. S. In 1950-91/ "Who's WhoAmong Brown
; I the bride had as the i Has Birthday Party
Futch of Dade city, also an aunt I t
Rothrock '
%V. .
Mr C. Students In American .
; Jr.her of Bister Gainesville I"i.. bridesmaids of the bride, Miss Avice Walker, I Universities and Colleges". She 1 III I' Mrs.. W. T. Jackson eutertalneJ sided President at the J. R.meeting Walnwrlght and Introduced pre- T.H> Mtteh You Cam S.r. ... 1I ... nn:
,
t Carroll, Mrs. Holt How. \ ;t
Mrs. W. R.
the
; .1 were Mrs. Fred Guy ulster of a member of the senior class at'''at: a lovely birthday party Satur. the guest speaker Re)1.. Wa
MHfl Lila Mae ard, Mrs. Clarence Holtin, Mrs. State ''' ee. Total Food Bill frtf Gfttlmg Store. .'
qI, bridegroom, aud William Florida University. day afternoon. her home on W. M. Glbbs pastor of the Hendrlcki .
., Mrs.
and Miss Edwina Wynn Q. H. Blackmon The collegiate "Who's Who" 1.1''' Madison street celebrating the :3th
'' Wynn j ja Memorial Methodist Church Jack.
?o Hawkins Mrs. Lea May, Mrs. ldo Lou Prle. on Mfundrt sj
1
also slaters of Ute bride. national publication In which J Jblographlt's birthday anniversary of her son sonville. Wainwright announced u>
t wits beat man for Robert McCollum, Miss Marga. of students -, Marc.
''L.j. Judge Adklna William ret Morrow, Miss Mervin Thomas. outstanding that the supper committee for /<...*. 200eV Dog, I...'.... 0'Jagta
were each At FSU
( his son Ushers appear year The Valentine motif wall carried the next meeting on March 12th
of Tallohasse
1 I Long Fred Guy, C. W. Rothrock, Mrs. Jimmy Kymes 31 students were aelected from thej j out In the decorations and will be C. H. W. 8
"./.: a cousin of the bride, and Mrs. refresh Nasworthy Few "Wools......Sp.eIaIa"p
Jr. and O se Fagan. senior class of 1000 on the basisof ments. Favors of Valentines withheartshaped Sibley, and A. F. Sauls. and that
music was provided at Angus Merritt. scholarship and leadership service -i
Nupta suckers will
the
were givento following serve as an Invitation
For the wedding trip, to an
the organ by Mra. Sehlrm! F. Waldo the bride and participation In extracurricular the youngsters and a number committee: John Godwin. A1'--
and Mrs. Donald Brooke sang thewedding undisclosed destination activities.. Election to'' of games were played outdoors. chairman.. I.. D. Vlnlnsr and Guv.
"0h, Promise Me" traveled In an aqua gabardine "Who's Who' la of the highest I -
aongs .one /
B. Wllllami.
at I Rnjoylnar the occasion with the
accessories.
YouTruly" suit with dark blue .7iitSl
1 Love! I -
honors FSU
(DeKoven) and can give. Jp/
honor gut :i
23 of his little
Her corsage was an orchid. were
.j Bond) Active In campus'affairs, Miss
( ,
will frlenda and 12 mothers.. TEL
The bride wore 'a white ftatln\ Mr. Adklns and his bride Strickland Is a member of the Assisting Class Meets
reside In Gainesville. Mrs. Jackson in serving were her
with tt bolero and Off-Campus Court, vice president
? bridal gown sleeve- ItrldcHnutlilH' !luncheon' niece, Mrs. Frank Weaver III of Members of the TEL class of w
mitts to Chantilly lace. The style Mra. Angus Merritt and Mrs of Sigma Delta PI. national SpanIsh Wllllston, Mra. R. O. Dansby of the Baptist church held their regu- All\ price shown h"., hOt tntttly grocery ftialart ..
mad princes honorary, a member of PI
was
I. lest gown trimmed; with Walter Wynn, the bride's aunt national Starke and Mrs. R. L. Andre.ws of lar meeting Manday afternoon of Corner iuamnlud ThurtJay. February ISlH, ;1M*
bolero was Delta Phi. French honorary Customers'
k and tiny the buttons In front and had gave a luncheon Tuesday before the reporting staff of the Green Cove Springs.Methodist !last ,week In the class room. W.d.....,.,,., February Hit

% 4 three-quarter length sieves. Her the wedding for the bride's attend- "Florida Flambeau", university Mrs. R. A. Thomas opened the i

5 ;;? finger-Up veil of French illusion ants at the Primrose Grill Gainesville newspaper Los Plcaros, Spanish Ladies meeting with praper and was followed 1 At this time each year we honor

was caught to a Juliet cap of honorary and vice president of by outlines of Bible historyled > our founder George Huntington
v w lace with orange blu .5oflC. She I The table was decorated with Delta Zeta social sorority Plan Worship StudyOn by Mrs. H. L. Hough. Duringthe Hartford who Us this basic A&P'8 P 1UCE
carried a white Biblj covered with I an arrangement of Brlarcllff roses In her freshman year she wan business meeting it was votedto gave POLICY I
p: a :white orchid and with white/ and covered with a white linen a member of Freshman Flunkies Friday Feburary 23 the VV give $5 to the Building Fund. policy .1 Statewide low
9. C. S. will have
cloth. Favors were tiny corsagesof a Worship Study. price on
satin streamers.Mrs. university government servlc- The title of the book i Is "We Seek "Alivayt do what it honest fair of items hundreds
to
violets which were fastened
Rothrock and the bridesmaids organization the Defeated Candidates WMU NoticeThe C every day instead
cards. Him Together" by Maud White and the best in* J just of
were gowned In pastel taffeta the bridal design place Club and the International v and sincere ill a few"one-day"
Hardie. The business and meeting t or"week-end"'
meeting Is to program
to her attendants beginat "
Gifts were presented
dresses with matching milts. Relations Club, and was selectedas tertiti of our cutfomer. specials.!
:/ WI"of by the former Miss 10 &('lOCk followed with a lunch- of the Baptist WMU will\ beheld .-
-' Mrs. Rothrock's bouquet hostesses her outstanding pledge i In Delta! eon. All the ladles of the Church Tuesday Feb. 20, In the educational first 92 "All
The in store
brldem:1hls'nower Wynn. gave Today, aa our advertleed
iris and tlw Zeta In addition she .was a Junior price
blue at 3 (Inclitill
are Invited and to be building o'clock. S those >nr
urged
of roses tocontrast crystal In her chosen pattern. Counselor of the p elllent. the and of Items not subject
:. were bouquelj a member Usher year ago, men women to |I'rl.
: Places were laid fpr the bride, I The Lorena Epperson Circle 1' celllns-8) are
f,; with their dresaen.Mrs. Committee "Lamp" editor and 1# in of the AaP strive constantly to live up to week even guaranteed for
; Wynn mother of.the, bride her attendants, and for Mrs. Irvin scholarship chairman of Delta I charge program go an." though market pn

i. chose: a chiffon faille In moss James. Wynn, mother of the bride Zeta. She was selected a tutor for BPW Club NoticeThe that policy. We
: while Mra. AilUlnH, the Mrs K. l). Wynn, grandmother of I Mortar Board and worked the I Food Sale believe tftit
green; the bride and for Mrs. Adklna, | on regular of SaturdayThe \ If we should ever fail to do to, 'I policy helps our,
I bride-groom's mother wore gray program committee of the "Sand- meeting the customers save
crepe. Both wore ...rch''" coriagea. mother of the bridegroom. spur", annual college; production.Miss BPW Club will be held Monday Ladies Auxiliary of St. Edwards please let us know. Please write I more money

I A reception was given after Ib-iirwrBal ,Hupprr Strickland also holds membership ,- evening at 7:30: o'clock in the St. Parish will\ have a bakery With t the correct price

: the ceremony at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Guy, brother In the Classical Club and I Edward's recreation center. : and food sale Saturday at Dig CUSTOMER: RELATIONS DEPT. every item, plus marked on

E. p. Wynn grandmother of the In-law and sister of the bridegroom the Baptist Student Union, as well : gers' Furniture Store. Members of A&P Food Store register an itemized cash
I bride: and of Mr. and Mra. J. L. gave; a supper at their ns being a member of the Honor Starke Musicale the Auxiliary are asked to bring L: slip .-. you know what
Carter the bride's um-ia! and nunt. home on Wednesday evening following Committee. She i la majoring In 'I food donations to Driggers 420 Lexington Are.,New York 17,N.Y. you save at /UP. '

The spacious. room were decorated the rehearsal at the church. French and Spanish and minoring The Starke Musicale will meet i

p with arrangements of white Clients. Included the wedding party In social) studies.Valentine at the Woman's Club Tuesday eve- WCTU NoticeThe L -

gladioli azaleas and narcissi. and relatives. sing Feb. 20, at 7:30: o'clock WHITE HOUSE
'
,with Mrs. Mona Canova In charge WCTU will meet
Friday,
Party
,
-tp Reddishes History of PTA 'I..of the program. All members and Feb. 23, at 3 p. m. In the Tabernacle Tall Cans, 4 for 49c
i V. R. For Sylvia Alvarez I frlenda are urged to attend. annex.
Reviewed At Meeting I Baby Cans 8 for
& 4 Celebrate Golden' 49cA
Miss< Sylvia Alvarez was the

Wedding Date Tuesday NightThe honored guest at a delightful par- & I* GRADE .\-WIIOLK: PEELED
ty Monday evening In the USO
: 4 Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish celebrated Starke PTA held Its reg- given; by her mother Mrs RalphB. THE TREATIS APRICOTS, No. 1 tall 23cA Virginian York Finn Cooking
Wedding Anniversary ular monthly meeting In the BUScafeteria
Golden
their Alvarez, In celebration of her
at Tuesday night at 7:30: & 1> GKAI APPLES
with a family dinner 16th birthday anniversary.A A 4 Ibs. 25
9und 1'r' o'clock Mrs. H. A. Lawson pre ..
on
I their home In Lawtey siding. red and white color scheme ON ME Pineapple Chunks, No. 2 28c
3 F January 21.Present 1 brief curving out the Valentine motif.was FRESh POLEBEANS
Hugh Ingram presented a ,
with them on this happy used In the decorations and refreshments. A&I'GIL4DEA: !:
lb.
history of the local school whichhe 23
children' -
occasion were all of their traced the growth of the school The lace-covered buffet APPLE SAUCE ,
No. 2 15c
including Mr. and Mrs. Bryant table was decorated with red FOLKS -
with reference to size*
Mr. and, special the SHectnlVhlte LarRfPOTATOES SIzE,
Reddish of Jacksonville Webster, and! of the student body, expansion of crepe paper atreamers Interlaced ......... IO.VA
Mrs. Roy Reddish of with red hearts. It was centered 10
Ibs.
physical plant and service's as 311NKW
the '
PEACHES
G. Godwin of I No. 2
,
Mr. and Mrs J. well as that of the Instructional with a beautiful white-Iced birth / 28c
State Karnand the following I staff. day cake, decorated with hearts : RED BUSSPOTATOES
and IONA-Plain
: Ray Reddish and red candies. candcl or Self-Rising
grandchildren Crystal

: Others Mr. and present Mrs. Garland'were Mrs.Godwin.Nell was review Mrs.organized of Mona the local Canova In January P. T.presented A. whirl 1923.a abras centerpiece.with red tapers 'flanked the BUY ONE PINT 01 FLOUR, 25 Ibs. 1.68 4 lbs. 25


OattH'n and daughter Mrs. Louise During the period from 1937-1013 Among the 40 guests was Miss Wars\\uk Chocolate Cohered-.Cream Centers FRESH SWEKT' : JL'ICYGRAPEFRUIT;

.\. Smith, of Tampa; Mrs. EldilJge Mr. the P. T. A, was Inactive. It was Linda Shiver of Waycroas,.Ga.. a CHERRIES lb. 49c
and 8
lb. 3j
Niblick of Jacksonville reorganized i in 1943. During this cousin of the honoree. Mrs.; Alvar. &vt4et bag

and Mrs. J. T. Reddish of Lawtey. time the P. T. X has made many f4s was' assisted In serving by Mrs 4ei4 Ice Cream I UOJITIIUOKE: PEPPKBMINT: ; SWEET

Mrs Onteen and her daughter contributions to the school: and Raiph L. Alvarez and Mrs. Paul II

i 4 4 had come for a weekend visit and community. Among them are contributions Raymond. I PATTIES, 4 for 17cSUIFTS POTATOES, lb. \

I I was with somewhat her .sinter surprised Mrs. Reddish to get In. visual aids to equipment the cafeteria additional, audio] 82 INK-O-<;K.\ni FOUNTAIN And I Will Treat You To OneFREE --.. ONION 9c7cI

Mrs. Lou Norman : med. lb. _
1 on the celebration. books for the library and assisting PRNS: NOW ON SALE AT $1.-! ,
e h of Hellbronn Springs' another with physical tests for pupils. I ltranl! County Telegraph.
.
.. slsler was also visiting Mm. Mrs. Lawson. announced a study CHOP HAM 55c LETTUCE 48's lb. ISc
week. 1 ..,. ,
t$ y Reddish that course for the near future The I

Other friends of the couple culled Minimum Foundation Progf'lmb..lng : IVORY SOAP Med. bar 9c

during the afternoon and Mr. the subject for study. She / BANANAS, 2 Ibs. 25cfSuperRight5fMEATS

I and Mra. Reddish received a number then asked Supt. H. P. Morgan to P1hUjlSTARKE IVORY SNOW

of lovely gifts. Among these outline the Foundation Program.Mr. It's true! Elsie wants everyone to enjoy. Lady Uor- Ige. pkg. 31c .
was a lace tablecloth which wai Morgan briefly discussed the den Ice Cream this .
1' used on the dining table at the program and summarized It by j weekend. So. when you buy one pinto 1 CAMAY SOAP, reg. bar 9c
( Lady Harden Ice
Cream at Koch's |
J dinner hour. saying that the whole purpose behind Frj., Sat. Feb. 16,17 Drug Store, Elsie :
will
give you an extra one-FUEK! You
with a Ret two DUZSOAPPOWDER
; ;I I The table was centered the program was to equalize BOCIILE: FRATl'KF.: of Lady Borden Ice pints 31c
Cream
three-tiered wedding cake, presented educational opportunities for all for the price of one! -

I',, I .. daughter by of Mrs.the J. couple.G. Godwin A color only Florida Mrs. children.R. A. Green reported on Father So this weekend sere your family the smoothest. richest 'I TIDE, large pkg. 31c Super Right Fancy SlicedBREAKFAST

scheme of gold and green was carried the Mld-C'C'ntury.Whlte House Conference creamiest ice cream they ever tasted Lady Borden JOY 6 BACON Ib. 59|
I I out In decorating. for Youth held last December MAKES GOOD Ice Cream is made with thick golden farm-sweet cream 1 oz. bottle 28c ,

,i Mr. and Mra. Albert McKay called In Washington, D. C. These Raymond album., % 'a1tcrCatiett the finest of fruits and nuts the choicest of flavors. '\\i Allgoml SII..dBreakfast;
the Reddish home on the conferences are held once-each ten and ('..ra the Cow Then at the peak of deliciousness, its instantly frozen I P&GSOAP .: 8c

eve at of the anniversary and pre. years to study the problems. peculiar -ANDHaunted quickly packed and sealed In its special; burgundy colored BACON, lb. 53c|

: seated Mrs. Reddish with a throw to youth. package. lady Borden Ice Cream comes to you Fresh SWAN SOAP, reg. bar 9c '
handcrorug Mrs. Lawson then announced the as It's Frozen! SOUTHLAND'S
made of rug yarn
rug I

made the of rug colors yam of the hand-cro rain to Regional be held Meeting In of Jacksonville the P. T. A.on TrailsWith Take advantage of Elsie's special treat. This weekend LIFE BUOY, bath bar 13c AZALEA FRANKS, lb. Sic|
In '
cheted
Feb., 27.Mrs. Andy 'Iyde enjoy your favorite flavor of Lady Harden Ice Cream.

I bow. i Searing's fifth grade won Plus Cartoon and Serial II I SWEETHEART, bath bar 13c Super R1chtSmoked

the attendance prize. I YOU BUY ONE BACON 55]
'I PINT lb.
k ; i Daisy Fowler The meeting adjourned for asocial Sun. )lon.. Tues Feb. 18-20 I WOODBURYS, reg. bar 9c -
hour and refreshments.. ELSIE GIVES YOU ONE FREE !
Circle Meeting I I PARD DOG FOOD Quick Frozen Drpsiiml'". & Drawn, Grade .\
Desert HawkYvonne I 2 for 27c
Mrs. A. K. McKinney entertained 1 Class Party Held Friday and Saturday of this Week ONLY 8 to 14 In. Average

members of the Daisy Fowler !><><*rlo. Richard I SWIFTS PREM HEN
l $ \ Circle Tuesday Feb. 6. at her home At Thomas Home Greene 49c TURKEYS Ib. 67c|

$ 1 I on was West opened Call with Street.prayer The by meeting Mrs. 1 :MIsS: ) Eloise Thomas was host Two Cartoon and New I I of Your ingredients doctor knows we use that and he the can accuracy depend upon with the which purity we SNOWDRIFT. 1 1 lb. can 37c ,\7.LE.DJLUXE!: SMOKED:

1. Shaw, circle leader. Mrs. Jesse ess to the flftcvn-year-old Baptist fill his prescriptions. Bring your next prescriptions' to I
F. J.Newsome had charge of the Sunday school class Thursday Wed. Thur. Feb. 21, 22 I us. CRISCO. lIb. can 37c PICNICS, lb. 47c |
: evening of last week at their DOlllLC FEATl'IlKAdventure's _
and those taking part
program regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Cleanser
I
Mr. J. II DuPre and Mrs.
were T. M Mulchings: leader, and eight End

Garl Mat the hew business*. Mrs.session Shaw at presided which members attended. With John. Wayne BABO r A & P Food Store
.1 over During the business meeting It -\ND -.. -
time the various committees made Fall-u 12c
call the class "Love"Miss
was voted to StoreFREK
There were 10 members Drug
their reports.
I present, collection $11.73 Joan Stevenson president of SideshowIton Test Shop The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
( the class, presided. For Suds
I (I At the close of the meeting refreshments Mr*.. After the business meeting a ;MrGuIrp and Tracy Roberts. I FREE DELIVERY Ecu ,. C.mtrmtm C."I..t... $550
McKlnney served delicious social hour was enjoyed and the Latest New' U U I I GLIM
I : hostess served refreshment., assisted r Phone 53 Night 273-W 28c 300 East Call St.

1 The March meeting will be held by her mother Mrs. B. T _- --n =- ., _=- I Starke Florida
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Mr and :Mrs J. E. Hardy and Kenneth Ortdor. who la stationed Mr and Mrs Carl Johns and Mr ,' weks aidProvide' I ,, ? I:" n, ,:n. : ; Ili, ...troo"I"" I ,, III
1 wii "WIi.I, II, ,,b ,, ,, ,. ,
in x un bond mill I 'ffli Illl -> .1'! 1 1li'riiiii. I 'd'n
I children! spent Sunday in Brooker at Fort Jackson, S. C., made a flying ,,and Mrs A. W. Redgrave left adequate feted and nun I .1' -1 ink.' ". thin Kcnruiiry i iSIOAI. k I' ,,",,. .
I'ui II'1 1 'i'i'::i I WI'o'' 10,1, ? .... en" a /1
visiting relatives and trwnda.I visit here Sunday to visit his Thursday of last week for NI-W stole and plenty of fre h Glenn .,, ,
1111' 11'1\1. : .) A ., Thi.nill", I ne I SI.I'.III. d" rl? d I I I'' ,,,, .

L Z G parents and friends returning the {Orleans: La., where Mrs. Johns water for the pigs all the tinui. AM.'(..Mi-Ik.. of said' 'nlllf. .'.' I I'rSt.IUYhI1'LV. NIL11.1: .
c I Miss Ih 11.\0' .hv. Hfpiity" 'Cl.rk > 1 I I 1 11.I
Nellie Mitchell and Mrs.Roi same afternoon. (land Mrs. Redgrave are going Ihru Do these things and keep a close! T. .', ,,nk 1.uuirnna, ,, Htdlkn, .Klortriatl I \r rlrlb I ,.r. lid "
.\ ( .I'lf, liv Hnvi,, n .I'l f.t.\ I. ,
"le Glrton |the clinic \ nr Site/ 41' Jll' I' "
of St.
Petersburgspent eye on your swine herd and you'll T Krank l I.andiiitnAll ,, ,,, "' ,u, ',. I ,o ,?,n,, .
11+0 THE NEWS ,
last weekend with Mrs. Clrton'a Petty Officer 3rd Class Bob In 1'Iq, -.11 I.oi.rl. llrnilftiril. C'lMlillT. > for Plf. : I''. It ,
I i "SOMI your iiiint-).. Come to Tilt: avoid lOBses the Extension Service l<'l*.rlilni' In ( kn. serer.
.1 son, Cleveland Neal of The Beers who landed recently from I I-THIXO" Prank" Mnrrii. riainllff. v. Miirli-. .
specialist advisos 1 farmers. 'nr..... prfl'1a''l. ("n... No R2Ml
m:e meeting: In JackNazartne- r :Mrs.: E K. Ferryman hail as her tease While they helped to celebrate duly on a destroyer Is upending, I '''"..- ;' .lm..u OMrr I of 1'whxrnllxn'. .. '. 1nA! ...ntr.P '1'.. y ,
> nr-tit
Central luncheon guest Tuesday of last Mr. Nenl's I' birthday 'anniversary 1 his 30-day leave with his t brut her i I I 11Itrs. and Mrs L. A.. Davis and I I St. Mark's Episcopal i 1 Marli linr, I.. M.irca. : F who F'1.1111111'I'ns*.. r i..*.lilcmanil .' ; ,

on Feb 10. In-kIw and sister Mr. and Mrs. Del Colley were visiting ndili'i-MN'' IF "1'nknown .
Yl Itch Miss Ethel Hub week her cousin Frank Patterson |friends in Gainesville lire n.! F;. :Siiniiinim, U. 1), \ IrurServices Von .Ira ,icitnhcil" to appear, on, MarchI'Mli. t
Joe Arnold before reporting for Monday. f I'.i.ll!' in 'Ism iihovinamiil Court,
; k the National Voice of Columbus Ga whom shehadn't TUB "TIllNd"/ IH t to I niiil raiine. wherein ,plnlntirf ,,c"k>> I I: J
romlng duty on the 24th at Boca Chlca Mr. for Sunday. Feb 18: rilvotcc. iiinlnilv. and control of ..,,,, JI.
California was the seen In several and Mm. A. D. Martin left .. rj
years. Starke. I Mimic" OliIMr lv il r.ndunt. and /
Itre ; Air Station Key West Wednesday for Ozark Ala. where 0:43: a. m., Church School Class l other' rilli llrnilford tousle I.I I.t I.i I.
Thursday night was T.I"'j I
.,
.
r Mr. es for all I Kraph hall l pnnllHh IhlH ," "
Martin will
the salesland i
Attending the Oscar Levant manage ages.
Dick next four weekly IHKUOHWltnH
following Sister big league baseball Miss Minnie Bessent hostessto :
was I :
..t"W ''the persons shipping of 8000 doors for the 11 a. m., Morning[ Prayer and mv hand and, off) l.il, ilat I
piano recital at the Florida Gym player with the the Canasta Club Tuesday eve- I ... .
]t1; Mr, and Mrs. J. T. I In Philadelphia Phil I, Pioneer Dlmantling Co. Sermon by Lay Reader Mac: 14tti.Htark 19A1IUN'FItlAh* Florhln. thl liVl.i ours I ILi I

"JIJ" John McNeill. Mrs. 1 1J Gainesville Thursday eveningwere lies, spent Monday night at Whispering : nlng. Fetch ( HRAT.J A I ThomiiAII ,- '

,; ", ] Miss:: Evelyn Stump. Mrs. Ed- Pines Motor Court. He Tommy Attaway of Orlandovisited Wednesday, Feb. 21, 7:30: p. m Clerk ..r..I.1 .i'on.. I I ,
Miss I
m, A. F. Grady. wards I Burn Flv llavn CroHby. Ilepnt* i'l Irk i
Mrs. Mrs. Vickers and daughters
J. M.
Richard : :
j :; : : I
-Thede T. Frank ,
''. was on his way to Clearwater for Mr. and :Mrs. Martin E. Evening Prayer and Litany Lnndrum, starkKlori.i' '
Mrs.
e, Elmer Johns, Miss Richard Fowler. Mrs. Ruby Carolyn and Janice, spent the Land Wednesday. The church Is fur Altyn for .fir gits;: 41 "' I I,.
open dally I
and Leonard Noegel. : Collins and Judge and Mrs. spring training. weekend In Folkston -Ga. visiting / if :)
Jo; K. prayer and meditation.: In f'lretilf .'....;.: llrnilfuril 1..1 I Ir'lnrlilHi
Perryman. Mrs. Vlrkers' parents Mr. and Mrs. 1 In I hnncrrr.rnullni' .
19 I<'t. iold Seal ('ongol<'IIIII and ,, ,
percent on your new A. D. Marlin returned to Starke A. C. Gowen. Janice stayed on In I llninplon, I'laliillff. v- ,
.1 Arn"'Ir , .irtav'II only at ALV.Vrn. Mr. and Mm. William Morris after upending several days In Fulkston for a week's visit withhergrandparenta Hart NOTKI'll IIIHIIKIIORoalml CIIBI Nn A.' ,- |
I Furniture ( 0. lil'ln will h.!> i.elvril' !h v th. flnli-r ..r 1111,1.IcnI.Ion % nil %aUrp. Tiltpnrnr
I were visiting friends in Caineavllle New Orleans on business. II Hoard fif HOIK Tmxt4ii, city nHtarkc. xl'\1'FI: III' Kl.lllllll\. i As
Tuesday I I I Mr. and I 1 KM.irld.l until 7 .1A OVI.io .,lamer n. Hampton; ; A hoax rcHldfii' ; : : I De i\
Mrs. Ceo. McDanlel of
1 I' \ cssa.rya.s
KaHl.-rn:
I. Hliirilnnl
Tlnio. flitnu and addrpHM I.I 1'nknown1
< James L. Cooper Pfc. Charles Cooley leaves Sat :March 3rd="TIIK TIIINO". I I I ( diiy nf, Mai-fli I
Tallahassee will be weekend guests \ tent nt tho rue You nri "resulted) to appear" on Match'
I t Alice Sue and Linda Slit. and Mrs. J. A. Christmas for II I{lot Mr. /l'l -rk'x offli-B I'lty linn' l, city nHlnrkf. null' ", tint, In thi nhov named (' nunrend :
his
and Mrs.
urday station Ben Rowland.Buddy .
at ,
new I
Sump- ,
Klui-lda unit ul lli LaggAgC.
I to Mlramar Terrace and children. Kay and Edward W. J. Dodd Jr.. a traveling |> > lv upnnrdat | raiiHP. Mh1))I11 plaintiff xuaN yoiurAccident .
I NnIA t ttnia unit .plui'u for t lhi finnlnhlnir "- ilivnri'i Itindford, rnuntv Tel**"' nth
fie today Mr. Cooper. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edgar son AFB Geneva N. Y., after salesman for Jitney Jungle Stores !I Faxon of nmrhln..ry, nmierlnl' andnarvlrnn -hall i.nl.ll-li, / 'thin Order In next foinVltnoNn ,
spending a short leave with hla who was called .n.* follow'*:: rovakly InnunN' Insurance
Stokes with his
in the weekend
h Carpenter's drug, Fitzgerald. Ga. over the spent for Induction last Friday waaglv..n .nor IHpfl**! pttirlm. of 'the mamcturnr'N \ mv hnnd nnd offlclnl sent.
,aken a pharmacat'sPlerre'a weekend. parents at Kingsley Lake. He has Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd parenta'i stn .I..r"l r..I1".r. xppnx>I> nt Slarko, FlnrldnhIN. / M.-hrnnra
Prescription I completed his training at Lack a college student postponement nmtclv lion ItrnkH h'\\'r, HI II nth inniOKVICIAf\ Charley E. Johns
rt' I land AFB San Texas until the end of the school pored| t ttf Km revolution''' ,IMMmlmil* ( MI") '.> A. J. ThoniBH.AH .
Miss Lillian Antonio Miss Anlce Green a teacher In with elHiMrliwincnitiir, mul rattlerof ,
d txonvllle. I Stump flew to New I term. dark of sold "Court1tv Agency
Buddy la student at Flori
.
York on Eastern Jacksonville was home tor the a star' rrulreil for tl 10. enirlne offer 1la\'in ("r"."" fipputv <*trkFrank
Air
Linen Sunday da-Southern In Lakeland.Walt rd. ,,\\'II.'hh1. PM.I In'". tontine T Twinilrum Stark' Florida rhuue IS 'rARKI:. FLA.
12 }.t. inks Kvul andArnwlrnnK -- -
r i la reporting; for duty for a week's buying trip lorStump'a CoiiKoli-iim weekend with her parents Mr. and I, Nvnlam. heal q Mpul, '. 'Inbrlrxflan',' ;I; ;i Nvx; Ally for I'lf. 1118| 4t i PIn
this Quaker Linoleum. at Mrs. Floyd Green. tim, air Intak and rxhniiKt M>'Mttnr" ,
nville Naval Base Dept Store. While In Hart Furniture Co. I for :March 3rd Tilt air' .lnrt" vlm, nil complil>> will 1'Irrnl1'nurl, llm.liurd. Cnuult.l'lorldni .
I New York Mlns Stump will visit "TIIIMJ". "'''''frl'al/ wlflnir. nod plplnw. erode. In 4 .hnn.**r/>
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Stevens and fop ",'Rrall"". All an Nat forth. ,li,, Martin CreKlln. I'lnlntlff' vs Almnr'rirllit .. :
A. W. ,..
Stump.Mr. I tea *" *,'lfI"lIlIolI_ nn ills at tin1. of ( 'llefeiiilant Can Nn. H2 ..Ullrdrr '-
klrs. W A. Edwards W. M. Phillips of Ditl' more three children of Klugsley Lake fli-' .. .>f tin Mtiiipi'lnlpnili-nt. of Ihlhna1'tlllllra iif I'libllenllon ,ml. N..llc. Totppmr THC TRAVELCR

5 Pamela of Palatkad and Mrs. William visited friends and relatives In moved into the Mundorff home.corn..r BRADFORD Mtarkr" Morion. whirr Ihxy r\l'K: UP flOHIItt .1'm t.prewwtlna HartfordNEW
Norris had may li.* examiniMl, l h.v 111..1. par- Aunn'trots, whom ri'Hlili-nri'. RnAndh'rNn ,
guests of Mr. and as their guests Sunday theirdltughtE'r. Theressa and Hampton text we..k.end. I of Christian and Pratt HILITESLooks IINw, In: 1'n rnkl'rllkl, Nolifnjann.

HllTman streets on Wednesday. Jtldft anent ti* accompanlpit liy n 2M1AA. poln, VniroHlavliiYou '
Mrs.
dwards. Augusta I I fiiahlHrs. Check or hid bond. In nn nr. 'riiulrll| to npar. on March >.<11 1 111
and Miss Claire Mlnc'y of Ocala like the termite home amounr not !1.." than flvi ino-rnl, In.h. Intel! 1. |In th* shoes nomad i.nrtnnil ,

ir C. A. Geiger and They had 88 their Monday guests. Ray Sorenson physical education I i Mrs. Ann Gross, and sister Mra.I (auditorium) Is being fixed again. IArfof>The nur ilia I..-Hfiil hid.' MilnVr, .Khali fflv* n ..11 Ivor CHIIH re llrnilford. wherein' County plaintiff,.' TPlaxraph*. *...k'| j 1951PHIdCO

of Green Cove Springs Wesley Dodd of Leenburg. Va. and Instructor at the Unlveralty Frances Dobson 'and son Darrell, Seems like we're going to have acpm..nt pnnlpai-t' urty bone,, for tune. nf hall miMlnh thin steer In m xt font,

lay and Sunday with Jimmy Hutcheaon of Arlington of Florida was a guest of Dr. and I are visiting relatives In Port Huen- floor Thanks to the promoters hla Thu hid wnxkly INnxIM.K'onrxn .
City rnrrvrn Hi* elateIn ac- niv tiatul atut official .. alnt
J. D. Doyle. Va. Mrs. J. A. LeClerc at Klngsley lone Calif. Indefinitely. of this.Whllt's rcpt nr riJf>r>t .anv, np all hdlK., and Stnrk.. I'Morlila, thin I'Vlirlmrs
Lake last weekend. In walv anv np all li-chnlcnlli.. Inawarillna 14th. 10.11'
I this I hear about a certain th> rnntrartMount .
all'( MIl9AL\ PI41L1" A I Tbnnlnn"
colt of Jacksonville MIAs Shirley Carpenter and Miss Mr and Mrs. Walter Myer and teacher that goes to the show I of .Mond I Trnatiiii. Aa Clirk if aid. Court'

rises Mrs. Mae Ed- Carolyn Edwards spent the weekend Mrs. F. M. Williams received i daughter Sally who have been on Saturday afternoon but gives City HlHnd'of Nlark Florl.ln' n. ".van CrOBhi. | putv ClrleT. .
U. I' |
i\ hrmnl4xt Frnnk I.nndrum' Htark. KlorlitnAllyx
Jr.i. Fay Gill on bfonrs in Jacksonville with relatives word that her husband had been guests at the Colonial Inn the past his students so much homeworkthat Chnlrntan I for I'lf Sim' 4t .9

and also visited Miss Carpenter's promoted to Captain December 19, month returned to their home In they have to keep their soars 1118 31 SIS In ..1......l. 4'i>.,..,. llr..dfird (...iii>lr.

father who U confined in St. Vlncent's 1950. Detroit Mich. They expect to return In a book <.;! weekend. Mill!'H ..'l..rlilnl In 4'hnnprr.Kiia i /

[ I. P. Shepherd to Starke In the spring to Who that I Tn Al.r. WHOM IT alas "COVf'KHN: : \1".1'0' < I'liilntirr, vx. O.inrKovac a
Hospital. was saw Kathryn Notli-K !I. II.'rahY ...h'*" In nil Inlinantn ,, liHfiMiilant' ,, flux. f},,. Kjnnllrilrr
Shepherd's slater Mrs. Jimmy Roland of Orlando vlHlted occupy their new home on Highway Colson with Sunday pg1.4 Cixild, and i'ri.dltorH of the Mtari. ..r of I'lihlliallonnd. Nnllp. .,'"

and other relatives Mr. and Mrs. Martin E':. Land 100. It have been Boole ConMtnnp" NVwaonii I hut nnlii yon 1 Pprne. "I"'I'! "I" MLOII11Tel
Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Edwards CroxbyTWhat's
fll" vonr claim, duty \vorn, t... ""'11" .>MCIIP Kovac whnnr' rNldnen. andadd
fto Sunday. were business visitors In Jackson- Thursday. this triangle between 1A. K l'rryman t< ,nntT Jmli. of rn H l Ix nrof, lluek, llln.llii.Iin1lmi .
villa MI'.. Delia Drew of Garden City Jimmie Moncrlef Tommy Slitde llrailford Connlv" Klorlila' within 1<... '>.ir llanpp HtraNHi fi II,

frs. H. C. Douglas and Monday. ('111'..>e >$55;' Sulti now at (9A, N. Y. is visiting her daughter and Jlmmle Reddish ? Which way lirht Mlcnllon calHiidar nr thla inonlhH nolle.from, "vnnr'lhi i-lnlio flrxl,, .l, "luliiii ani, m-, "AiiNlrlaYou qulrRA" to anpat" >n March' '

n of Brooker spent pDfr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and next 8 days only ALVARKZ Mrs. Donald F. McKue, and son {.will It turn ? Tune In at the same a Limitation.'III In liarrril, hv 'Ih* Mtntnlixi' ." ,of I 14th. :, .loll. In: \tin1; : ntmvc; nam *d Court
Tllla' 'thi* Itlth .11"r nod xn h..ln .plaintiff .fktf
their parents Mr. Leonard Noegelettended the opens KTOKR. James Drew aud families this (line, and the same place for thenext Khrnnrv. In41hxw'Ht dlvnP. "IIv, .. minor -hlhl, 'ii'r
week. | C Jon, ..r, AdmlnlMiral,
raj Mr. and Mrs. Wm. W. Sellers I
the Dr. Joe Henry Hanktns Have seen a lot of sunburned -
n'-hr Ith TIIK of Burlington. N. C. were the weekend Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr. ,noses around school In the I'LAt 9vrInoa II' n\i i'o\IFu\1: / '
mire w 'I Revival meeting now In progress TAKPnn91"F! : ,
: THAT
A l)4! M
at ParkofthePalms.VOLUNTEER. guests of Mr and Mrs. Claude I, and family spent Krluay and Saturday Iwrek. Seems some of them had tore Clnh Cnapa| Knulni': Nnnili.-r,

Crowson. The Sellers' were en- I I in Vuldosttf! Ua. vialling Mrs.Munn'a :too much of the Tampa Fair, Hl1A-llS.il. B R with' an niprnl| i-il. \nltiof BUILDINGMATERIALS
l" .
I thnn .
.onn wax .r'lrrnl i n
route to Miami. mother 'Mrs. Mudie Christian I Have seen a lot of Pat McCrae ItriKlfiinl "Coimlv. on .In.' > I I' I"fnr I I Mltl'1

and Mr. Mann's sister MUM ;aroun,118h'ly. and who Is the guy violation of riniH.r| .1112 Kim. Hlatnti'K.' 1041 an AIII..n.,1. unit th 11
A Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelley Polly Mann. Iseen with him all the gnls are II IH I ho Inti-ntlon of ,l.i.wlx' M Nth'' ,p!i

and Mr. and Mrs. Kenlth Smith ol I dying to meet. IilrHfinr of thn Htm,. II..,..."nin-. Hliarlmi'nt ,

Canada were guests of Mr.' and tiara In.a llfulliiie TIIK: Say! What about thin ring Shirley |iri>|i..rly fur"f nmi H'lurlda.,liv thiMint.- to 'r.-i.iln'.. I''liiiiro -t.1.1," I .

Mrs. Ernest Leach. "TI II S 0". O, hat swinging around her licitiiriinpnt. Kloriiin ,,n \iir., h STII.I, AVAII.AHU':
III.! mill 1. it* In. 'provlilnl. mi, ., In 1 Hi ''I.,"
nark ? Tc-11 us more Shirley MH.att. 'Iorlel0110...oleo.. UK. n. A' w's I
Good Pay Mrs. Kfrle: Johns hall'al4 her Mis. Hlioda Dumpier Is back at Whose charm Is Fny. Paulk ."' ..n
if Excellent Training I '" gUPHts last Wednesday her two work after belllg' III for two< weeks wearing Could It belong to lntr'All pcrmiim i
sierra Mrs. J. J. Gross" of Jacksonville with a throat Infection. Mrs. Pauline Johnny K. Nice going.; Faye. part thereof am lirnhy ri-nulri-il I lu

F Opportunity: forAdvancement and Mrs. J. S. Culberth Francis took care of the Selective Seems Jerry L and Joan S. are !tnpponr thirty fflnj nnil diivx In ninkit from" i-lnlm It.' .. clnno within. J'IIIIf'l I 149SO. 239.95SCREEN

t of Orlando. Servliie office during MrsDampler'a quite friendly nowadays Well the flr"t MI I 1111 I <'"Ion, or iiontlnir. "f IN.
thlx sal, "-.. an provided. .ly Hcrtli,
absence. only human nature I suppose. f.nj.lli.\ Klorlila' ....111'''''.... 'IPII. "" KfiSl I'llONK 86.:;2 1'IwfLaualWarwn. (
Privilege of Serving What U TIIK': '"THING Junt The tournament starts tonight; round ti" thi Htnl' l\"raici> h.t .

Your Country Walt Mrs J. K. Rogers of Jacksonville Can hardly welt Sure would be mast
spent the weekend, with iieidaughter nice fo see a couple of new trophies oruNt In anil In role. pronHrty' ulialcHant 11 ANNISBUILDING iwnfiation in full-qunlity,

Mrs. Effle Johns and sister Mrs. Mrs. T': Frank Landrum.lUll In the .and ti'rnilnaii. 1R-inch taleviiuonl. YM eicjuniva
; the thousands of volunteers case at the library. F.rwlK M Hi'hoil' tilriM'tor, ". 1 Mint.
i Join Carrie Smith of Bushnell Mrs. llll1lll)'. Hear Sylvia A had! quite a party Ji... .Ar/6x. liKpnrlini.nl, "f Kliirlili. .. I'hilco llalancmt Ilram picture
2118[ fit [' brings height of viewing
who are'now'enlistinjin Henry Carter of Maxvllle Mrs. J. Tuesday nUht; celebrating. her { now

the U. S. Army and U. S. J. Gross and Mrs. J. S. Culberlh Louis Butler of Jacksonville U Bite birthday. Nnlli'. .. ,'IK Ir. Nlnf |i I v t that' I I. A enJoym nt no blur or amenr
.t. Thoiini. I the X911 .. And new J I'hilco Custom-Duple
nil fmii
.11I'n
a Air Force. Your country needs spent the day Tuesday In Lake upending this .wuek with his cou- Glad to hear that Clara Thomas Mini for llrailford "'""nl\ .'I..rlto.va \. SUPPLIES Inc. Cliniwia achieve\ weer-perform.|
City with Mrs. Randolph Crosby mil, Mrs. Maxie Carter and tam,, was selected to act as guest star cm .bond certain. ftinilM t.rlvMi| ,
now-volunteer for these I'n the rata. of .bolds rn, Tax ante even in weak ntni!( ,,l aren.
1 you ly. The Carter's daughter Mrs. for the F.mory University Glee ..eA under anA liv virtue. of Phu p- 7iG: So. :Main St.CJAINKHVIU.K. Eke it now-th.. Model JtiOt.
rapidly expanding services.ou'll Col. and Mrs. H C. Wall and W. C. "Kaulk and children of Club. lift all the gaU envy her 17457 haws ?( Kiorliln.. Arl, ..f
I '' l 3i( sold fiiniln bring. ilnrlvmt' from, : : ;
children of St. Augustine spentthe Jucksonvllla spent Wednesday and sitting up three with all those (Ilia null. of thi folinwlnir. .1'rll.H.1

weekend here on business and Thursday with them. !;cute boys In mix 'i:.wit : All M'i of Nl'* of NK'V '-
friend i t Guess that about winds things \ of llranrh. Hoi' I II Tp R H II yl, low IASY EflM*:
visiting F.! .Hold niKl-r : ,
ffrllflcaliNn
2 "f
be proud to serve with theU. I :;. T. Ritch of Miami and Mr :| up for this week except I'll see June I, I"H anionnl on hand U.'J'l U; HI':

of O. L. Beasley will be Mrs. T. U. Hitch of Jackson, in St. Augustine HVVi/i of HWi, W .if Uy I Nr: |In'n'
Friend and i you tonight.So HW (",. .. "
.rf.
Production i.s
I II Tp r S It. ZJ K: Hdrljeralor
S. U. S. Air Force ANN S TON K
Army or sorry to hear that he is serlouxly villu were guests of Mrs. Carrie long until the next Hold. under rrrllflrare No 1st n/
cut from 20 to 2S
brine
III In the Municipal HoHpital, TamPa Hitch Wednesday of last week. loon I !111 'T"II.nr".rh"f /Htii:'
NIAX, ffIVANan'( : : ': 1 The Itelivr( Concrete HuildInjf percent.I
VOLUNTEER TODAY. At [ WHEN A FARMER: LOSES: .'::1.IM 'I'; 31 Tp'A H 1.1': rYlnl' !:; ItlwkReadyMixed
Sen. K Onell Rogells of San |; A PIG HE ALSO LOSES nn r i'rtlfli'nt Nn of '
AllKIIHl S. IAA1| HlNII' Nl of N"l o f /JU} YOUR PIIILCOKefrlgeralor
|MY AND U.S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING STATION Our, 919.1M nulls now srlllng for ruin will be the weekend guest of';j''CASH FROM POCKETBOOK friifl.: :NF.l't" Hue. I, :Tp.: 7 H K. 21 K::
.
*23.flO.. "I'd" c1a11 ..only atI.RF.Z Sen. anil Mrs. Charley F.. Johns.! old IIIII.T .rllf.. .. ..'. Nn 1 IM1 2..r : Concrete Today/ !
I I Every time Florida farmer I AinritHt A. INiI I : .alas Nl-4 nNly n/
OFFICE BUILDING STARKEVERY .\ STORK. a NW, Hi.r A. Tp. 7 N.1 h.:, sold.
-- Wait fur March 3rd Tilt: :{'loses a pig to cholera parasites, nndi.r rprtlflrnt'' NnaM1 of Alliril. Delivered to Your Door

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wlgnlns( : of "TI II ti(Y'xDira. I'(I starvation or some other CRU..... ,' Tp.H 111 7 H.; It AIM"23 NV\'i F7:. "V.mild, of. nnn N\Vi>r, f.rtlflcat .Hn 4 (I. U 1 C.. K C. H. NasworthyGeneral

Jacksonville were. weekend guests: It's Just like losing money from No a\lll\ <> ofViiHimt A, III I\ ; -
amount on 'finn.t II. 12.
of Dr. and Mrs. M. n. }[prlong.I Frank Weaver III of Wllllst.m hlA pocketbook. Every farmerItakpe f.nl M1M1A Woodlawn,. BnI" Tp -K-R-. V-I..C..b'l

I was the guest of Mr. and I IMr. I I care of his money to avoid i I a H. K. 31 K, sold nnili-r, ,rlfl SuppliesHIALEAH'S
l INn. U ofnnr I I. lim:/ amount ,,"
Sue Duncan of Gainesville spent .. W. T. Jackson last week. I'Dosing any of It, yet there are hand 11.Iftrt fit

the weekend with her causln, Margaret I I some farmers who fall to protect'|I '.11''.*.. thi* nwriirn prior til Id.
.
THEATRE'STARKC salsa' of .nl" lu.nAN nifntlniM, nl. >,,>
I Rose Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. CJ. J. McGrlff. Sr and manage their pigs properly hull mates. application. fop thfundx

had as their Sunday guests Dr I|land who lose pigs and money asa dun. .. thim nn or liaises. Atnll, f. I l"l. '
I.'lh oriel' fund will h* rlnpoMlmd. 'litha "
n. J. Dahmer returned home and Mrs. ,V. I' Carlln amt daughter r..sult.It riinprnl Fund of Mradford ('....n

Sunday after a month's sight-seeing Verna, and Mr. and Mrs. W I j| costs money .time end labor ty, Kli.rl.ln.. accorrtlnir to ,Inw"
,,
Dedicated Service I I I stern ".t..r my hand Rod offklii' I
To Community trip through the West stoppingIn P. Carlln, Jr. of Jacksonville. I j to raise pigs, and the loss of a pig .(" nl Ihln I 1.1th day nf Krunry| A l o

"MoviesAre Better Than Ever"BOB Redlands. Calif.. Palm Springs Is Just that much of a loss to the 11M11
I ,
HFFIfTAf CircAf. A .1 Th..maH
San Francisco Scuttle Wash. and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. | farmer's livestock/ enterprise. Clerk C'lrcult Court.j .

feb. 17 Sun.. !RIon. Feb. 1R. 19 other places of Interest. T. J. Orlffln and Mrs. Carrie Ritch when pigs are lost nowadays, however It
ONLY
ILE I were Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Jordan I they are more than a loss of i j fn f'lriulf I'nurt. llr..iir,.ril fniintr.

FKATURC Something. foe ever)body alI < of Ovvlda Mrs. Walter Gammel! money to the farmer- they are) ai lorlilm,. lit I h.wirr.
: Kdna: Aiirnnn Wooilv.' Plaintiff x
THE "THINO". and baby daughter Bebble Jack j r loss to the whole country. Meat Itiiflolph' WAody.. llrfrndiint. DIf'" ?fJo old ? awgaud

,,: I sonvtlle, and Mr and Mrs. H. Jo'.j| Is needed in great quantities to, .r PnhIaRllnnnA Cana. Nn nu..r IfADeese '1'./.

1 Mr. Nelma Keen spent the Darby of Lake City. I satisfy the Increased demand fort' l poser ..P'TH IIP f,..""lit Tn

; 'weekend' visiting her sister. Mrs. civilian and for military use In I Hudolph w'nad Y, whose. r**NIA.nrw. In

STEELE : Alice Madison In Jacksonville\ Mrs. Carrie Adams of Jacksonvllln [ this time of emergency and nelth-j I,I I'nknown'You .up. rp..lr.1. tn flppar nn KfarrhIflth I II+' L UIIUH\ l I I I II) IV 1 l

I. Is visiting her lIOn and daujlh-( I Iter .er the farmer nor the nation can1! .I.n.l ,rnun l&ni,!In wh th<*..r..hnvii ln plaintiff..' namid' Court.oiikiidlvopm.

TRUSTEDOUTLAW ,, AN.-tt a 11 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng. Jr. -In-law. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Ad- afford the loss of pigs that shoulddevelop ., Ftpudforil' Cnnnty Tplrirniph

ne ,.,lti Mod ,; I attended the auto races. at Daytona ama for several weeks. Into good porkers. I hall wokly puhllnh IRNUwn.WonNna .thin. Ordr In nap four

i Beach Sunday.t I Sprlns farrowing Is not faraway mv hand and official .*al
)
Miss Gnrnlta Hutto spent from and farmer who has/! at Ulurk. Klorldit, this Kohnmrx
t WAR every I nth mm.OKpICIAL.
l 1. ill[
AT wry I t event ever T II K: Tuesday to Sunday of last week .
Biggest a swine should be making svery ( HKAr.) A. J. Thnma,
xrr .. aaWa I with Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto in } | Am. Clrk of -nlil.' Court Saturday March 3r
"TIII:;G". effort to raise all his pigs to
.. .
r W la.we I By Il. n 1'r..h". r>"pimcti- '' ,
.
rrrrrlrirwrwIlrwnwrxyrr THE AIlM'IAI. Jacksonville. t market sine and to avoid losing]j S ;l 11 41 tin, ;

rrr I Dr M. C Stlth of Washington. of them. Dr Oliver F. Goeni
.. "<-'Ue Ball t'sfCort any i In 1'trvmtt PnurIlrudfwrd Puuwr.F'Inrldnt .
>
D. C., who with Mrs Stith Is visitIng Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman'' of the University of Florida Altrl- ,I[ In fl>mltrrr.Vlr .
i ., n and Latest News the H. L. Brownlees spent were guests of Mr. and ),fr.. 1>. .lnl. Kulh' Wfltb. I'Ulnclff. v.lfom .
cultural Extension Service .
; .r n. W. bh. piifpnilnntra.
I I (Sunday visiting his parents Mr. C. Dawklns/ Sr. In Jacksonville on 1 these. suggestions to the otterl'' No. I22OrH /
Tues.. Wed. Feb. 20. 21 In Peland and .r mt Pahllra/Inn. Iwdwrr "1'n
J. M. Stith Monday.Mr. .

-\\D I "'-t4w1; -wMwM ..,.IJ u...,.,." ,ii.n attend and 0"- ._!Mrs.went the on Secretary's to St. Augustine meeting/ to of and Mrs. Garland Gnrlwtn that meat for raising will supplies help healthy:to swell profitable the nation's pigs \ffrmr Yon. .. ,II.rT1TF: Walih: Of whose Kl.lllllllt r..Mldinr1'nknown .Tnlllomvp I I" Fliiiniiigo h? I !! I hi) ni, lie d ( 1

.r. r'qillrod to appear nn March!
l / Churches until Wed of Palatka ""pnt, Uis> weekend with .
Maw / the Baptist Feed sows a good balanced ration Iftth I9fit, In run shorn nomad fotirrand
Mrs. Bertha Pe rce. ".u..., whrln plaintiff seeks.
Ir. fief nesday.Mrs. to keep them In good conditIon divanmr' *. cimfridy' and controlof Birds are paraded only once a

I and to enable them to farrow minor. rhlld. Hrailford Cnnnty
.' S. T. Dell Sr. of Gainesville Bruce Mvthews .peat the weekend T<*1...raph. shall pnhllMh, thin firdwr
4 ...
good strong pigs. In met foup weakly. l.nu
spent the weekend with Mrs.J. In Valdosta Ga. visiting Mis Provide clean farrowing houses, WlrnxNe. rnv hand and ofrilal. aulal year
John Irrliuiil. Ann UvorakAlso M. Brownlee and Mrs. Jiv Polly Mann a student at Valdosta IIIArk., Klorld. thin P* iruary
.
h "Mellow Drama f.t" stand: by to give assistance to IKIW 12th I lintlUFflCIAf I
Wilson.Mr State College! ARAf.' ) A. J Thmnaa.Am .
that have trouble farrowing.
Cartmm and Latent Ss may C'Urk nf sale. Court
and provide guard rails to protect B" Hnren froahy, input Clark O
Mrfc. K. G. Duncan anddaughter. I Mrs. Ben Rowland spunt Sunday r
and Jn *ph K. Kklppvr. ll orahamnnlldlnv.
Thur.. FH. Feb. 22. 23Mk '' Margaret Rose and i and Monday In Chipley visiting<< the pigs from being mashnd by Tnk.on"lll... 1"r"I",
( the sow. The extension Service Atlyn. for Plf. 2'ln
BURT their niece Su. Duncan In Tampa of Gainesville where friends. has plans for a simple economies!, !. r....., RpadfAptl f'onntr. r '

I I spent Sunday house '' FI I I i in Ninkos't
si. and efficient farrowing Y/mMwl Iw f bRarrr
/ LANCASTER they visited In the O. Municipal L. Beasley Hospital.who I.ctlntln..d Is Farms Mrs. L.WHS F. recently Smith Jr.awarded of Penney a which may be obtained from'cnuaty I!' Mary!Kdwiird! HornII.If Morr.ll P.rnilnntra, rlalntirf.. ( .... ii in go '


li AEAI SIIUIIIfIro I 110 prize In a slogan contest agents nrd.r .r PnF11.Rrlnw. MAnl.e* No. HVKfini TnA

IlnM. ynnr breath for THE"THING" : sponsored by a soap company. i Have temporary pastures of pr...n .r'T": OF "U""IH TwrMarv One of America's Foremost
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when I. -" and
oats and other such crops on clean P"rrxll randr. <
Man: vs. Superman" .. : "* I I" Unknown
VAttLY Robber Rand -A complete line land where sows and pigs may be T.". v. ffroulr"*! ti, apprap "'i !March
lIcln1<<"t FroUcs" I placed soon after farrowing l leek! ,ri'l 1 In. ilia shove. n.m..l I'IIPI Horse RacesEg1G19511
of the most ale! In eroitAfnlral -
And ",* A U HMlle' lit, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Montgomeryof popular nA o., whln plaintiff vx.k"
Cartoon I Griffin, Ca. we house grab< of gwrkr-pounA box. at Have all pigs Immunized against die H'oIf.d, r''.'""v T. I I. a' mil I.,
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Cartoon A. ,I M". W F Godwin. The Bradford (.....nty Telegraph. cholera when they are about eight,I ., i > O.di.f. In' *< t.' _

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PAGE SIC RttADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARRE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FF.RItI tgY IIa

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I of Lawtey. Mrs. L. A. Cr ,
gfinjf to put him out with the ordered them ahead of time as and that it cost him only 12c a Paul Crawford <: oren tea t

FARMER'SD others again hi It 19 a lot of bother thla will be one time when we will I dozen for his eggs. But one reason PINE LEVEL I Mia Marlene Redlsh and Miss Ladd of of Sunny We '
to food the fall'01 so onenItllth.r be sure that we'll get what we Mary Lou Alvarez of Jacksonville'
for that was he raised lot of his Sunday. the H M, :M<'H
that or listen to hlrr.aqut'B11 want and not have to take what Is I Ily MrH. II. M. McRaaIt attended Church here
J I AR Y i and we are afraid that unless left. We're learning something a- own feed. I Mr and Mrs. B M. Myrick and! noon.We

we do he will have to be bout farming and that I I" that you Got to do something with little (, Venlca Ann of are glad '
Level little daughter
at Pine
fly Sam McGarvey rained by us entirely. have to plan ahead, Butch-the steer calf we are j It was a great day Mrs Susie ful sunshine ago {s
, l e Baptist Church with good attend- ] Gainesville, and mother here
)
freeze are
to In getlti
raising put our deep
I"{ t The author will be. glad: to rrrclxe Bought a "cow Poke' to put on Something exciting li always ence et Sunday School and the Myrick -of Lake Geneva attended early
1h smaller. he crops ana ,
: I Items of Interest concernIng He I I" not getting I
I' Toby, our Brahman-Jersey who happening along the highway preaching hour, and Baptism at Church here Sunday and were/
ti" "
,1 : the activities of former I.I la seems to be, but on the other hand
I *a1 Bradford County. Huggell Insists on Jumping fence This de. Latest event was that a wheel the evening: servke.Vlsitor'e at the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
may he Is not growing much either, so Paul
i be left at the Telegraph ...1"or vice IB similar In design to the' from a big semi-trailer. worked church Sunday morning were ert Myrick and the H. M, McRae'a.Miss .
we're going to put him and Toby Crawford of Lawtey, Junior Lee, PhIONE
21iCOLO
mailed. to Sam :McGarvey, Law try, "cow yoke" used around here In loose and when flying oft hit the Crawford I Francis Crosby was a dinner
Grlffls James'
In the field and see If the Amon ,
Horlila.After over rye Marlene Rediflh
f' ..J that It Is supposed to hook Into ditch and practically leaped over I Mr. and Mr. Jack Goodge, and guest of Miss Mr, rIp. '
our fence into pasture will help him. at the home of her parents
field
the fence wire and keep the cow our Lucky Mrs. Doris Nipper all of Starke,
I
f4) V a lot of turning, and fuming/ lured Porky away with some feed, from jumping but la Is made ot there was no one In the way. And Ilene Adkins of Brooker, Mrs and Mrs. Rodman' Redlsh Sunday.We

:";t:, on our part Porky had her litter loaded her pigs in a basket and chain and should last a longer then down the way from us near Our hens hit a new high record William Spillane of Raiford and are glad to report that Mrs I '
almost them shed time. However, going to Lawtey big trailer and cab went Chesahlre Is much Improved alter FLORID'G
got to the be- we are
of pigs-ten fine red rascals. We this week when we got 40 egg Mrs. Vera Mitchell of Macon, Ga.
; fore she found out what was happening have to watch Toby as the chain out of control from a blown tire We were glad to have each and several days illness and Is now
determined let her have from our flock about 54 layer.
were to and crashed Into the of JacksonvilleMr.
She really went after us, may rub her too much and cause drainage everyone of these in the service visiting relatives In I"
a them without bothering! her, but But we'll It her and ditch. That really helps because feed 1 I. and FLOWER
so we dropped the basket and ran, ores. put on Sunday morning. Also two members and Mrs. O R. Alvarez .
r when It seemed that she would but Porky was really mean and put her cut in the pasture and 'C e so high were added to the Church daughter Petrecla Ann and son. FOR ALL '

,1.1 have them In a shed We gathered she almost bit Alice. Anyhow we hope for the bent. Think that she'll Jay Eunice kidding u* thla wee!< James Crawford of Starke and I Daniel of Vanderbuilt, and Mr. and OCCAS:

.. .t'\' Home ,wild hay for her to make al finally got the pigs settled In the follow little Butch where ever he when he Caught u* burning off Had an accident this week when .. 1al
I shed, and they aeem to be doing goes, and he Is too small to jump some weeds In a ditch "Now whoa till
bed. The she had the Sam knocked of boiling water -
", h day pigs wewere a pan
tine and we know that they havea over anything yet. turning out to be a firebug! h!
;, told by some State Road roof over their heada. Think e said, meaning that we're burningmore off the gas range and It spilled The DRAPERY SHOP @
Dept men (who were loading filla'x' '
that from now on we'll put hog After selling egg/ for almost now than we did when we on Alice's foot. Result a very pain- Cs
(, ,I$ for our, roudutand driveway) that in a pin to farrow and then we two years and getting awfully first came here. We still think full burn and another warning 110 X. WALNUT BROWN BLDG. tial
Porky was making a bed In a .
won't have to about the tired of hearing people "You that uncontrolled burning Is bad. DISH CARDEM; ot
worry say too careful
that can't be around -
;, mall stand of pines. So, despiteour you
weather and lose because want too much for I UPHOLSTERYSLIP tec
", a pig of your eggs; I
f,1 determlnhtlon to let her alone, a farm as accident are always POTTERY Ilreq
rain. can buy them In Jacksonville for Had a very Interesting talk with \!
we lust HAD to see how ahe was e e much less", we sent to the Dept, Mr and Mrs. Paul Dlnkin about happening. The burn Is responding COVERS O DRAPERIES POTTEDFLOWERS
doing, out and found I
n so we went I '
The little pig that was almost of Agriculture at Tallahassee fora our farm which was owned by his to treatment. PLAgpe
her having pigs In the ahed. We Furniture And Refinished
a didn't bother her, but after IIhe dead Is now a bona fide residentof copy of the Florida Egg Law. father, Charles Dlnklns.' It Is very Alice froze some broccoli and Repaired lyllteaANYWRERIt: '

e 4,," '1)a r I had two pigs she just got up and our home, no ]1'1111. Look like We know now the standards that how enlightening this to hear details of put !It In the deepfreeze. If the Estimates Without Obligation :*.
are used In selling eggs In Florida, farm wa operated by a
9, ;, i41 wandered out to the pines to the we're turning out to be "shanty weather doean't moderate soon Nona
man who knew St
and also know that really farming l'
{ we our eggs
-0 bed had and
she made. We waited Pick-up Delivery
awhile Irish" with pigs living In the par. are classified as Grade AA and Learned that at one time Mr. 1 we'll be getting into the doggoned
I. and then carried the two
lor. But we're trying to Have him, therefore worth from 5 to 10 Dinkins had about 1500 chickens thing to get warm. -
: : pigs to her and left her alone. The !
\ and he la being fed milk from -
3 a cents more a dozen than the commercial ---
next morning :we were delighted
nursing bottle and Is warmed bya grade A commonly sold
0 'it' to find that she had 10 pigs (plus '
hot water bottle. In fact, the This !Is
by no mean saying any
,?
born dead her
4 one ) gave some
first night we had him he nearly thing against Grade A but
water left. eggs
and But late that afternoon
died, so we gave him "sulfa" pill we know ours are bound to be
i7 f It became cloudy and cold
and so fixed shelter In his milk and It seemed to helpa fresher tor .we sell them quickly, oof oPqooraf'g
;" we up a rough
I lot, because at that he
time was and often Alice will gather them
31 .., ,t for protection. That night It rain
having convulsions and :we thoug
s ed like mischief and from the nest for a customer, so
we were worried -
ht that he was gone : When"Scrapple" that
v stiff about Porky and her away the eggs are only a few hours

,ft pig. We went right out to see her (Ills new name) got a old. Anyhow, you cannot as a
t W In the morning and found one little stronger' we put him back rule sell anything Intelligently unless -
with the litter and left him there
you know the standard used
and dead. We
missing one nearly
overnight but had to bring him and that Is why we obtained a ."- .11

l back to the house a* he apparently copy of them And, Incidentally, ,
was too weak to nurse We're this 1 Is another Instance of a good: ,

ht Let Us Thoroughly service maintained by the Dept ul


I r Wash Your Clothes Agriculture. !: [

WELDING When we first started farming

V M :J<;* 0 Found here we were told that the land
.
was very low and wet and that
#' .
For 40c! you needed high beds. Well, we

I used our bush-and-bog harrow reversed -
$ FREE Bleach If Desired!
and threw bed that
d I up
11# were very, very high./ In fact, they
4 were too high, and neighbors and -
; friends soon told! ua about It. So

"' We Will We offer the people of Starke we now are trying to make beds
that are lower by using a pair of w

Dry Your Clothes and \lrlulty. vne of the most disc hlllers and so far the experiment .L3 r-a- Ns. .
seem to be successful The

For 20cIn modern and finest e<
may not be a* wide a* neces-
I New Automatic Drier! shop anywhere.All nry. Next step Is to rig up a boardIn i' r e
Work Guaranteed back. of the hiller which will

O board off the beds as they are

SMITH'S GARAGE made, and thus save an extra operation -


TheVasheteria\ AND MACHINE SHOP e

: But when we tried making beds .
'
Temple Ave. Starke
Temple Ave Starke I In the new land where we are go- )

I Ing to plant our runners, we ran ''ItI.
,
Into trouble. We couldn't make

-- anything that faintly looked like.

1 t Important News for beds because of roots, and clods J

of :wire grass. So we gave It up

as a bad job, and went back with
Growers and Stockmen the disc and re-cut the land threeor

four; times more. Now we'll try
t to bed again.
C c0

G Heard that Den Starling sold J

John Wyrick a Black Angus registered :

e bull yearling From the
slight experience we've had with

breeding we already know that %

the way to Improve our stock Is to ,
\ '1 breed to purebred' bulls or boars.

And we Mill like the Black Angu-. PM
1tt cattle as well as we like any other, e e d
tt tttI e e e

Pete Wainwright put out fertilizer / I

for his sweet corn. He I Is
tI apparently getting ready to plant TOP PERFORMANCE i Is built in today's cars look after your car, help you keep it at peak w

early, but not as early as last year in fact, no cars were ever finer! performance day in and day out. /

when we heard that he planted But you can't expect to get all the perform.
;
1 You'll like the
aweet corn In December, friendly, courteous way your
e eWe ance that'a in your car UNLESS you get the) Gulf dealer
serves you, too. Just look at

? I, Selecting a Fertilizer Formula Also they are got still our In runner the crate plants in and the beat gasolines, lubricants, and car services.You'll those famous Gulf products he baa for you. a

v f shed We've been told! that we had get the beat of everything-products They simply can't be beat! For the simple '

: better wet the roots and heel themIn AND services-at your Gulf dealer's. Let him reason there're none better I

Requires Experience! the ground, so that' what we're
going to do m that they will keep

:: until we have the land ready to .
set them.
Successful farming requires a lot experience that can't Gulfpride Oil- Great NoNoxGasoline

)1 come out of books. Take electing a fertilizer formula, for Best names we've heard for a the Good Gulf Gasoline-
world's
instance. Better crops and profits from a Florida soil call fora couple of sow I la those used by finest! better than ever!

fertilizer made especially for your particular soil, your crops Herm and France Hamilton for

'Ii This takes experience as well as study. their sows: Kate Dupll-Kate,
That's why it will C e eWe Culfpride( Motor Oil is the only motor -
pay you to talk to your Wilson&Toomer Terrific in C
representative.. He knows local farm problems. The Wilson saw some pretty pig oil that'aAlchlor-procesaed.Thia 0 power every drop! 4 Stepped up to give smoother

&; Toomer people have been studying Florida soils and crops bought by a registered Spotted Is an extra refining step. It makes O Give peak performance in today's performance, this regular-

for more than half a century Knowing what is best for your Poland China sow owned by young Gulfpride extra pure and extra efficient. powerful new engines price.gasoline give qu ck.
Gene Eunice. She brought ten of and ... (.:
gives new and in
soil is their business. +.. O pep vigor "
.ezpMY( the finest pig we've Been sincewe've starting.", even power for pick. "
> '1 many older cars, toot! 1
From the IDEAL formulas
among many developed for
been around here, and we up and on the .,
Florida conditions your Wilson& Toomer representative will wish young Gene the best of luck .trai.htaway.'c

help you select a formula for top results with each crop. And )In raising them. I ?

while you're talking with him ask' him about Fasco pesticides e a a '

,- tool. - ... -- --.. ....._...."..." ...;'i."""" ". Still working on our roadatand
Cut down a pine tree that was in

.M............,._... the way, and now have to get the IGulflex> Lubrication! Gulf's New

W Jt T Fertilizer for 'untrol Inwct And stamp out of the way. Pop seeded Gulf Famous Tires!
the driveway with and Power.Crest.Battery !
lour Particular NeeiU IMMwe. "'I'h FiMcoPmtlcldr rye
when we can we'll get some sod
\\.atentielonFertilizer started so that the earth won't In this service
special Gulflex .
They've
OWM wash away. Now have to get our lubricant are u.ed-to reduceeerwearatthlrfyninevitalpohntth Give you needed punch 'for fait, got everything-fraction

Top Oreswr. Hpr}II gate( moved back, then finish sure-fire starts, plus the mighty rJ built-in safety features,
r
building the roadt Halt
Spring for
Vegetable radio
: reserve light and
,
,
el, ac-
engine, chassis, and body!
Crop FertilizersI'addrage It and we'll put up be a ready lot of to signs sell andthen our : cessories.Tops for value,for dependability Gulf tire beat.are a value you simplycan't

/ Fertilizers We...l Control I produce--If and when we ever and long life! 14

,
# I '1" I can get anything to grow.

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W & T l'UllCTJL.8LE AT: .
Tomato' plant are growing fine,
c:: ::v-, C. A. McSWAIN Lawtey and junt when we about gave up



Also Ocala and Gainesville,&TOOMER how after on begun the may we all.to pepper raise Told were sprout.W some seed raising Look r, Thomas they pepper the as too thoughwe plant plant about have dealers have/ wta& flood -for( qour car! IVI, I



L and he said he planted In a seed

gWILSON bed and protect the bed from ,
COMPANY cold with a cover of unbleached .
'
..efl" 1Oo', !!.
sheeting which has been soaked

I FLORIDA linseed oil. He la planting
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DIVISIONS OF' WILSON & TOOMER: acre.. e e e Inl- Freeman Register Distributor

Florida Going to get our seed this
Agricvllural\ Supply Co. Jacksonville, Fla. .which we have had on order

> + Peninsular f'ertillzt'rorks Tampa, Fla. about five week. Glad that PHONE} :" 155

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I -, FBRVARY 16, 1951 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STVRKE. FLORID PAOK SEVEN

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A I St. Edward's CatholicRev I parent! during the past week. ADDRESSESOF c".., NO). 151 1'\1\\ IMF" .). .II ,, 'hI, 1 tl Ordr
Orrirr O, Publication. rail Notlff" To ..
i Sunday visitors of Mr. and in n".1 r" Jr v l; I" bw
William H Neuhaus Pastor Mrs I '* .. ..
BROOKER appear f\lh: V KIOIIII Toii n n""e nn lun.l '" I nl! at
11"
H W Thomas INTEREST I ,,,, I ..,.. .. ,
were Mrs. H. FLeeks i I'r r. imu wh. r"'HC! |<'nI 0 vLU l 5'1"n.l. ,it" to' 'b.nary
rnd I ..I,""" I II I W Hi lunil Hi.art .lh I'I',I'y
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Sunday Mass at 9:1:1: : a. m. and Mrs, Irene
I\a MM Roberts of I I1'h, -t,'i I' 1'\ .. ,..
Fly Lewis l u nlt ,, ,
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rJo'11"AL: :1'\1: .
Mrs Thomas 10) 3. I
Thma
Armstrong AJ
Palatka. .. .
Mass 8:00
Wednesday at : a. m. ., ..
Y a> i iulr.fl to appear" tn A" r'i.. Ih ., r ,,dot nr'
Confessions Saturday: 7:30: \V M S Business MeetingThe Mr and Mrs. Gerald Cox andtheir Columbia St, Brockton 8, Mass\ ,I Vii' ,,,, li I IJih,,I) ,I 1.1 In the above n.m..tI'I 11)' rlavrl. ,. l'rx13' I ., I", ii:" ', '.
W Bible "u i i i"i i''' wherein / T F.nnk '
8:30: p. m and before all Masses 9. Parker, Baptist ,..... ulnlntirf .nrlrll/o. "I." 1< I"; "R
Women's Ks iii\ nl t riiadfird, ,, ,
CuunlvALVAREZ' All' C
Children Missionary Society daughters, Misses Patsy! Seminary, Fort Worth Texas j I'r t \1 : I; tiMena
Catechism Classes met at the Baptist: Church, Wednesday i t _.
B.
Mary
10:00 and Lois Irene Cox, of Miss Gayle Sewell Student)!I --
Saturday
: a. m.
.- 1 Adult Religious Instruction 3 o'clock." afternoon. February 7 at Orlando. spent the past week-end loapltal[ 1 University Station, LSU, dth 189

Ii Church Methodist Church courses every Monday 8:00: to 9:00p. : Mil. James \V. Thomas pro with Mr. and Mrs J. M. Bradley Baton Rouge La i iii III STORER.B.ALVAREZ&SON Establish I I II jj I

) m. The public U cordially In. gram chairman was In charge; and 1 with Mr. and Mrs R. H. Cox, 1', S. Colson 3706 Oxford.. Ell
I
2 IB a Murderer?" ia the The First Methodist Church of vlted. The meeting came to order witha :Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram Paso Texas. I -
Starke cordially Invites to at- Special Lenten devotions to beheld Cpl. Leon B Trlesl. RA14323281. | I
you had -
ked In the Sunday hymn titled "Stand Up ForJesus" as thl'lr'Ialtors last
V i llp > ; tend the services of at St. Edward's Catholic weekend Co.
following worship and Mrs. Wilson Hq. 6th Inf Div Fort
prayer by TRANSFER AND
VI !nln t rir >n at' the First BapThla on Sunday, February 18 Church every Monday and Friday I Green. A special "In The Garden"was McDU Capt. ,and Mrs. J. j. Sunaerl' of Ord, California. STORAGE CO.

la the sixth Church School begins at 9:43 a. evenings at 8:00.: aung by Mia. Lubedla Pin- Mrs, Delbert Field Tampa and Mr. and A, W. Anderson Jr., 231 N I 1
I f7 hm the series on the m. with a Sunday School class fui On Monday: evening, Rosary Instructions 1'holster and Mra. JV.. Thomas. Crews of Starke. Ventura Ave.. Ventura Calif.

t A fiindments brought byj every age group. One of the flnc.t benedictions of the Mrs. Wilson Green led the devotional Mr and Mrs Frank Cox returned Carl H. Edwards, 14255013. 516 I k::, -"r We operate local

The choir will be I,1 I groups In the entire Chu ch schools Blessed Sacrament. titled "Then Will I Heal to their home In Orlando M. P. Sue., APO 187, San Francisco A long distance
. 1 i the Nursery Department with: Friday evening. Way of the I Thursday afternoon having 1I.U ALVAREZ fSO* I1TMIK
. Their Land". Those participating visit. Calif. | A 7 anywhere In U. S.
. A |Mrs. Lucile Green with Cross Sermon. Benediction of the .d Mr. and Sire A *IA
Ce Miss Kate Sliuth as superintend- no H. Cox --
ware, Mrs. R. since
F. Gano, Mra. Mal ;)
Chas. I... Wiggins DT3. = MOWING
at the orgnn. Most Blessed Sacrament. I Ttreadsy.1'alcntln. / ,, USN, I
.
: T [Conova INa | ant calm
Ay; i Harrell and Mrs. Earl \VUlia.I H-Dlvlslon, USS Menard (APA | EXCELLENT:
ning at 7:30: the Pasti The Children Choir directed by The program was cloned with a Unnc
I I 201)), care FPO Sail Franclsro
AIKI'ARK BAPTIST CHURCH dr
i will be "Where Is Thy j''Mr... J. K. Wainwright will sing hymn titled "Jemi.i Calls Us" andprayer The Community Building wa, Calif. { Aen NTORIGKFtCIMTIKS
i Sunday: School &:45 A. M. the r
Youth Choir directed |'I' at the Sunday morning church by. Mrs. Buelah Harrell festive setting for the benefit Mrs. C C Dees, I IO ak
st# j' Morning: Worship 11 A, M. The dameK1von change from I
) service held In the StarkeVo business sesHion followed. ; by the Woman's :
5 Jones will bring the Evening Service 7:30: P. M. Club Brlen, Fla to Kt 1, Alachun. I I
the |I man's Club at 11 o'clock, Rev. The next W. M S. Social meetIng aiturduy evening:, February 10. F'lorkla. -
and piano -organ Prayer
ri 'He and Mrs. Mann Thomas G. Mitchell will\ preach oi Meeting; every Thursdayevening will\ be held at tho home of in keeping wnh the seasonal| Agents For -
Morse 7:30 Joe
o'clock Watl'rs.'Inter
: theme Garden, Fla
of the "The Real valentines
IE: I subject Issue ol Mrs Malcoln most attractive.
1ea4A and choruses, reioH.iinc.nt Hallnndnlc
Fla.
Tegi | hymns The program for the Intermediate I Everyone is welcomed. booths In,, the auditorium ..
yu ad ( School meets at 9:40ped I valentines' Mrs Joe Thrasher. 714 Main St..
MYK( begins on Sunday afternoon Mis. T, W Markey and Mrs fluttered prettily -
g, staff of more than with handicraft 'Mittie from red and white Daytona Peach, Fla. I )
a period at Soxvells attended church nt streamers
VIIt itea l and officers Training 5 p. m. followed by a sandwich Little Springs, near Worthington that !extended from clusters of J. R.; Orrol. 3200 N.V. 67th|

: I at 6:15 for training in supper and the regular fellaAHhip By >lr<.. M. C. :SweeneyMrs. Springs Sunday morning.Mr. big i bn lions suspended from the St, Miami Florida' i.i: A .SHE HO lSH UR WATCHMAKtfrN
EIS chandeliers. w v
ktberahlpBAfternoon meeting The Senior MYF meets and Mrs. Mrs. L P. Chapman Claude II Barton 2311$t BeA\er-
Charles Rabbit of ,,
Dr. Joe at 6:30: p. m. Mr. Mitchell will Jacksonville. visited wall'Iunl'r of a heart shaped cake brook Place Jacksonville Fla. TC i
Edward Saxon entered Ala- her mother that
ns will bring the closi preach Sunday Evening on the was exquisitely Iced In the Rev. A. J. R W ;
chua Hospital Gainesville, on Mrs. H. H. Howard !list: weekend valentine Pressley, 016 East yp '
Revival
I i at the *- day subject "God's Forgiveness and motif and Miss June Beaver St
Tuesday. Friends wish her a rapid Mr. and Mrs. 'B G. Miller Caldwell t Jacksonville Fla.
Park ot the Palms of won a EEPSA
at Ours" with music "Shampoo
special being and
recovery. Jacksonville and his mother of set" donated 11. O Davis Jr., 512 West 8th N
d by hundreds from furnished the choir, by the Sarah Law.
by
youth Mrs. Marlon Gnann of Jacksonville Utah visited her mother Mrs son Beauty. Parlor of Stirke. St., Tallahassee, Fla. REGULAR *1qi

"The Latin Mission work In spent several days this week Lottie Edwards Sunday was lovely, orchestra There Mrs Willard Pass, 322 Beard .
l
i 7:15 services with Wednesday the Pastor Tampa" will be the subject for the with her sisters, Mrs. Evelyn :May Mr. and Mrs. Alex\ Williams of ughout the party hours.music thio- St., Tallahassee, FIlL 4 ECK L'PT00 >

: mid-week service on Wednebday, and Mrs. May Sweeney. Jacksonville visited her Mrs. R. It Barbnur, 103 Cadiz
,
It o Inspirational study February 21, at 7:30: wIMi. Miss patentsMr. hrlellt-I.unf'h.,
p. m. I Martha Horn attended the and Mrs. Dave Groen last IIfr,. St., Tallahassee, Fla. !
pnk of Acts. the Rev Paul Touchton, of High Fair in Tampa last Wednesday i weekend C. M. Turney was hostess

I ,y invitation is extend Springs, as !guest,: speaker. For: fcix Shopping and visiting In Jacksonville at last week's. meeting of the State Al.lrl.VSAKKI':: : ears

[worship at all of these years, Mr. Touchton was pastor list Friday were.. Mrs. \\'. Mr and Mrs. C. C. Deese and Farm Bridge Club entertaining at Attorney General McUrath has Issued f My pnnMMiul Integrity and t

of the San Marcos Methodist t H. Maxwell) Mrs. Ethel Swindle children of Santa Fe visited. herparents a lunc-heon at one o'clock Thuis- a new warning to all aliens. *12, of exporlenrn In Finn \\alch |

I Church In Ybor City. Mrs. Alice Lambert. Mrs. H. B Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Burr;' day Early' "prln blossoms were living in tho United States the uf' SatUfartlon. Aulh rl7isl ) i

, Tabernaclerday Wiggins and Mrs Mary Williams Sunday Mr artistically arranged In her living they must. report their addresses t< tiffin, and ltuloatatrhes..
CHURCH OF JESUS CIUUST Audrey Raley of Theressa, has and Mrs. M. L. Tilghman room and adjoining dining room the Immigration Service elrr"t

| night youth meet. OF LATTER D.\Y SAINTS been a recent over-night guest of and Mr. and children visited her parents players for the occnssion.: To her gUl'stsl This Is required by the 10r>0 Internal Ed Simpson Gem
Mrs.
S ]M\ Mott Mrs.
out enjoyable made so, her friend Willow Hammond. Sunday Sidney Walker of Security Act, which calls
The Church of Jesus Christ of 1: Mr.i Tilghman attended service VVaj.roHs. Georgia; and Mrs. Seaboard Hallway Wntch
(the return of Miss Edna Mumer John for a registration of nllerm during
for
Latter Day Saints will hold Its 1'11Oay Jt the Baptist Church. P. Turney of Ij ,
Jacksonville "Starke'a leading Ic-
io conducted the meet Mrs. the first 10 days of each! i
i quarterly conferance In the Miss Madge Gay of Jacksonville I ]Mr\ and Mrs E. J. Lewis and son Turney presented gifts Kespectve year
usual vivacious manner The Justine Department said
Morocco,, Temple. Newman and whose engagement and Allen Leon Lewis J. P. Haxtei first and second prize
rtly by the presence of Monroe Sts. Jacksonville, Fla ing marriage to ,William approac.l"1 and Mrs N. G Stokes visited Mr in contract were Mrs. winner Dennis, many aliens did not register. apparently
(Billy) Sunday a die believing they were not
Sunday February 18 at 10 a. m was recently and Mrs Johnny Lewis of Jacksonville Fancher and Mrs J. H. Kite and .v
|guest, who gave a brief 1 required to do an If they registered .nriw _
and 2 honored with lovely biidul Sunday. in bingo Mis
p. m. Joseph L. WirthllnFirst a show ; H J. Kuccra.
If' conclusion of the proto during the last alien census l In
i
Counselor to the Presiding er at Hampton Community. Hall Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs Mattl I
.
of Park 1010.In
a party Mr-up. Bishop from, Salt Lake! City, Utah on Friday night of last week. Host Sow ell, Mrs. N. O. Stokes and Sgt J. R. Quarles
? guests, Including
will be the principal'speaker at esses were Mrs. T 1<'. Brown Mrs.J Miss Iva Map Lewis were In Stark II....ull'Ynrl. llmilforil t'unit, ,
M E. Qremmela and say VV. chopping Is Honor Florlilm. In f hnnrrrr.Unriithy C
both meetings. The public Is cordially Horne of Hampton and Mrs. Wednesday afternoon. Graduate .
well local visit .1, lastly. I'Ulntlff' va Ji s
Id BH os
p Invited to attend. There will 1 Robert Barksdale, of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. G W. Davis wen" ,' From NCO "i"h 1. imilv. Inr..nilantIT'S I
I i d>1 the service put on by In'Lake School
be no Sunday School In Stark The bride -elect and her mother Butler and Starke on It 1
|Christ. 1
Sunday Mrs. O.D. (Guy, of Dunnelion business Saturday.Mr According! to an REASONABLE
i rent ministry of Dr were presented shoulder corsage y and Mrs. G. \V. Davis visit announcem..nltronl DOLLY t

ail 'e1lat\ the Tabernacle Christian Church of pastel pink carnations entwined I ed Mr, and Mrs. Wesley Crews o f Headquarters 1st InfAntry

r close Sunday morning with silver ribbon. They wet! Hellbronn Springs Saturday after Division, Und Tolz. Germany, Her, charges: attended, with the finest: of

((111 leaving that afternoon R6bert Forrester minister of seated. beside the large tare-covered noon.Mr. grant First Class John It Quark-s,

tmvllle\ to fulfil speaking the First Christian Church of I (Gift table in the center of a''I and' Mrs. S. M \Mott and a graduate of Bradford sincere' serving bring to m the friend.

its there for the next Eustis, will/ bring the morningand circle of friends and acquaiatanceii.. \Mr and Mrs. G. W. Davis vlslte.."I School High SURETOPOPFREE /

e. evening sermons at the I Mrs. Richard May had charge of : Mr. and Mrs. Pasco \Mott and Mr was the honor graduate o( I ship of the \great communities which

nday evening message Christian Church this Sunday In I I the various games) moat of them : and Mrs. Ura Mott Sunday after- the division's Special" Troop NonCommissioned eYaNnl..a era.A

ht by Ute sponsor whose the absence of the pastor Rev. of them "pen and paper" variety I noon. Officers School, .. .., I wo serve.,

s: "Four Men.' Special Homer Swlntlall, who I Is completing which caused much merriment, 'L LMra. lOur former pastor Rev. and Sergeant Quarles topped hi

e been a ,feature at the a revival meeting in EuUls Donald McMahone[ and aura. Mrs Donald Mai.tin. are the prowl,1 class of 36 students with e
Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. I an UK' DeWITT C. JON E S
during Dr. McNeill'I g Frederick Watterson were contest parents of a baby daughter born greg-ited. score of 9fl2 f
The public Is cordially Invited winners and received dainty ,, Saturday February 10th. of a possible 1000 points ou !

ht I of much Interest being "What-not" vasus. I Mr and Mrs. W. W. Raborn of ) John F:. Dahlqufat Major, General (I'hnnv 7 Starke, Fla.
Commanding -
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the Impending viglt onUK many attractive gifts tasty I, ter Mrs. Buelah Harrcll[ lust presented. him his honor student of Dead, Crippled. & Worth- I Funeral Director Ambulance Service

of Tuesday the 27th, 9:45 Sunday school frehhments were served, con re'l weekend, diploma during brief less Cattle (Horses( Mules
Tendon Brown and his 10 a.m. Fellowship Bible Class ing of decorated baby cup cakes E.': W. Hodges of the U S. A a graduation Our local funeral home enables UIO to offer convenience and
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rtette of Toccoa FallsDr 11 am. Services conducted by salted nuts, Valentine candy and I I Fort Jackson. S. C. visited hli.. ceremony & (Hogs services not otherwise available.

Dr. L. Ross Lynn of Gainesville. fruit 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evan W Designed to promote leader Call 132 Starke
| Brown's visit to tho punch. Hodges friends .. ship. Increase: Individual ,.. .,____ .. ,... .v .
? last with another Guests attending from Duniifllo and relatives Ate t proficiency )
year
HOLINESS!
PENTECOSTAL
0' sung people is pleasantly I were Mrs. O. D Gay Mrs. Frank weekend.I In technical: subjects and WE ALWAYS COME t We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and
Ave
ItUli St. and
Temple to
fvi by all who heard Williams and Mrs. Iris Talley Katherine Harrell. 1 H Club standardize Instruction within) Florida Renderers accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY
School 9 45: Morn-
Sunday : a. m.; :member attended the units of the ,
the
Y Yh Fair Special
Tampa Troop
: company as payment la part or In full oa a funeral.
ng Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelic Hmihlt Olt'hrutloiiGeorge with Miss Dorothy Rosa Home the school consisted of 80( hour INC.
V Consultation carries obligation
no
'< Me Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone and Howard Young. ten Demonstration Agent Saturday. Intensified Instruction. It stressed .

of Christ welcome.CIIIRCII. year old twin sons of Mrs. Verno Mr and Mrs Raymond Crews of conferences, actual domonlltra -

rr 10h and McMahon OF COO D. Young were given a jolly bu'tli- ,Jacksonville. and Mr. and Mrs. J. K flans and practical work over a '

r 1' diy party by their mother on Friday !Hardy and two daughters of Stark four-week cycle.
l< flout10 8th & St. Clair Sts.

ftng. ll A.A.M.M.and 7:30: Sunday Sunday School Morning 10 Worship am. 11 a,m I"redVhidden.night at, the Games home were of play-1 Mrs. |I,were W. Barry guests Sunday.of Mr. and Mrs. O., veteran A World Sergeant War II Quarles Marine Is Corp as- SEE THE E NEW 51 CAR THAT

ed out doors, then the children I Misses Margie Sue Crews and,
{Meeting and Bible Study Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p,m refresh-1 I I signed as an Investlg-itor! with
were invited Inside for I Eva Mae Batten of Jacksonville
th jlnesday 7:30: P. M. y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m the let Military Police Company
'visited.
ments. Two large cocoanut cakes, Misses Helen and:! Frances (
ne welcome. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m He graduated from Starke High
with the traditional candles, were,: Barry Sunday THRILLED FAMOUS AMERICANSAT
School In 1937 and entered the
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I Marines In 1030 His wartime
j West Bradford and Union County Residents, and assorted andwl"hesIoere also :'j service Includes participation

Take Your Troubles To Church Sunday present.served to the seventeen gue STATE FARM the Invasion of Guam as a mem-In SECRET PREVIEWS FROM COAST TO COAST
MILLIONS LEAVE THEM I THERE
ber of the 3rd Marine Division
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5(11001 New 11
The fifth and sixth grade were :f I fly 1\11"1. Bryan \Vhllflrli1Crew After Joining the Army In December
Church
,ake Butler Baptist ,I again successful in having the i j II I 1818' Sergeant Quarter
Baby ttended
11 .t. M. 7:30: .'. :M- I most parents, grandparents and an Investigator's Course
Peril ,,f Insincerity Fi-b 1 lit! "Total (hrlNtlanlly'. friends at the P T. A. last. Tune Mr and Mrs John F Crewa of at the Military Police School al

ti.h-r.. Her Slnal"\ Feb. Z* "Tin- I.a. ..t :Mil- day. Mrs Perkins gave them a delightful I Their Monticello second announce child a daughter the birth, o In I f Camp Gordon Oa.

[ Family of Go.." Mar. 4 "A Faith F..\.ur' Family I; party Wednesday after the Gainesville hospital Sun. February Sergeant and Mrs Quarles an

.......tal Service Mar. 11 "SII..nl'e" In The Death (hamber" I noon. They had an extra play I 11. Before her marriage residing In Bad Tolz Germany
period and refreshments of 1 lea: In the shadows of the majestir

l Leslie A. Shepherd, Speaker 'I cream, 'Mrs.of France.Crews was When Georgette they leave Delene the Bavarian Alps. With Germany'itwin -i

(Chaplain. State Prison) resort centers of Garmlsrh _____ __
hospital
r. ..------- : A Surprise. Party Mrs. Crews and the baby and
The third and fourth grade tri ,will visit Mr. Crews' parents Mr Berchtesgaden within easy I
I reach, Sergeant and Mrs. Qua!..,
ed very hard to have the largest 'and Mrs G E Cr 'vs. here for
: number at P. T. A. but failed bya several weeks Young Allan Crews find ample time to enjoy their ,

M). 6 narrow margin. They were surprised has been the guest of his grand numerous winter sports. I
I. IN THE SERIES MESSAGES; ; I ..1
when Mrs. Perkins gav MM M H HHHMM MI''H>B *
ON THE 2ND COMING OF CHRISTIE them Ice cream and an extra play .

$ JUDGMENT OF ALL LOST MEN period. tlflNtlaO
Sixty two of our pupils were

M D WHEN IT WILL TAKE PLACE" In some religious service last Sun. WE ARE PLEASEDTO

SUNDAY 7:30 P.M. day. New Ins/de..New Oufs/cfe. .

Margaret Hersey and Bill and

First Baptist Church, Hampton Jay Alderman attended the fall ANNOUNCETHE with a Co/np/efe/y New KInd of Rider

at Tampa last Saturday.
BOB GRAY, Pastor Mr. and Mrs Ina Bulnger of APPOINTMENT: OF

IBLE SCHOOL 10 A.M. B. T. U. AT 6:30: P. M. the Park of the Palms were! our HEW II nn Ins TUN MIS Child IP ti Jim MOIEICOM truill, coJ.blnlonct to "boulevard unoollinewf!

:Y'T MISS A SERVICE OF THE 'WORD OF LIFE' dinner guests last Thursday and I IM sail! lee It the reciting. new I'm pal l What H'. like to have plenty of brad room .
gave a delightful assembly pro E. T. SHULL for for houldrT fll""rlellC":
PARK-OF-PALMS' ( See fur yourwlf hy (anions Americans room your legs your
CRUSADE I gram In our school in the after and hundreds! of epwti. in wx ret preview, marvel. the elII'* safety of "watc hlmvei" viability, Now it's

noon. led! that a new car with ui rainy advancements could to easy tr ".ee out" all ....011I1<1. No "blind" spots
Mrs. B S. Hardman and son PLUMBING & HEATING tell for so tittle I snywheret

Eddie and Misses E rleena Nor. Take the Wh..ll V,fliriw\ the woml.ffiil new Drive Without Shifting! D
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor man and Barbara Matchett ac Onflow. Shock Absorber System Ukr the "fi (M" Amerltu'i lowent-prlcetl intonutio tranamlMlon.
companied Mrs. Ola M. Perkins 325 Temple Avenue out cif the' roughest| frees you from gear nhiftintf.( Come: In today .

to the Park of the Palms last roads In town learn how you could pay up to tl.lKX more anda )

ST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Sunday afternoon. PHONE STARKE FLA.p' 9It.t completely new till\ not get all\ the eitr* room driving eau aorfilepcnclabilify

t All of the teachers are taking a I 111 r t principle! turn ruts. rugged of tills great new Dodge 1 1Jutt
tenon & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town I course at Stark which has for

fit, PHONES: Office 234 Paatorlum) 130 Its purpose the Improvement of AS OUR
the instructional program of our 'the.
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[SUNDAY SERMONS -11 :00 A.M.:7ao p.}I. school.All parents are Invited to participate AUTHORIZED SPECIAL AGENT eavlt/ D000L OIS

Nay School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15: P.M. in these. courses and help HULl May Be Paid Here NIW o.ow 1xCe ASSOael.S jYeI1I P J

WEDNESDAY. 7:30: P.M. plan for the happiness and wel- ..f....," 0.4.. _.. .wrura .-. _.
|'D-WEEK .
SERVICE .. fare of their children. And Application for Service Will Be Taken w Ira -wit...d. 15.5' ::::. :;-"=:..d"w I
There were twenty-four members lot x.. pest) l.w dollar* more .... rn. S.w.N-prad( c.nf

It U A.M. Subject "Are You A :Murderer" present at our P T A, last And Filled -

- 7:30 P.M. "Where Is Thy God" Tuesday. The fifth and, sixth grade ----- SEE "SHOWTIME U.S.AB: TELEVISION NETWORK _
gave a musical program. Jay
f f f j j-rf-> *J j-- -r r* *" I GAINESVILLE GAS COMPANY
frt j Alderman contributed a piano

A Friendly Invitation From A I cake selection.and cold During drink.the were social served hour J. Fo Roberts MotorsPHONE

Friendly Church /* Extended To All Mr L. T Johns) visited out

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P.\GE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLQ.RID.II' .\. FRmAY, L'EflRtI

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I Agronomy Field Day To Alexander's research and her di-ri i Poultry And Egg poultrymen other States h: "
BHS Girls And Boys Busy Preparing Program Stress rections follow; I and tlon of poultrv, I()\,

For Basketball Tournaments Next Week I Latest Findings On Pasture Grasses Place ham, rind side up on a Production Well yet still In 1919. .F Lrl>P1

I rack In an open pan- Do not add I Suited To Florida sumption in I raised 37 nuaini
117 for 7-polnt average. Gainesville, Kltt...Recent ,'' I.' pJ .
BHS cage teams boy and girl I a research gum. pastures pasture fertilization water and do not cover. Allow 25: broiler ral try meat, dreu
The tOBnu has scored to date 510 I findings ulth and and other phases of It
have bren busy' this wpek preparIng graasea pasture I to 35 minutes a pound for a ham : Florida farmers! could well set began in dozen eggsmates .
point In 16 games for a 40-polnt( I other pasture plants will be em- j development and management InR\It\
tournaments they will }I that is at room temperature when their sights on greater poultry and years ago of the Fd, '
tor the Their opponentshave phanlzed at the Field The field list.
average per game. Agronomy | day program wUl get
and finals I It goes Into the oven. Allow about The Florida State point where ing Bureau shov""or' .
Thurs. I | production \
egg
starting :
enter outscored them however Day at the University of Florida under way at 9:30: Tuesday morning Ihat, :
night. 10 minutes mere a pound foreham Chamber of Commerce has pointedout. command dents and
being played Saturdny gaining 690 points for a 43-polnt Agricultural' Experiment Station March 6, with addresses of -e
I that Is Just out of tne refrig In the lion dozen
.
The varsity! boys will enter their per game: average. Their overall here on March 6. welcome by Director Willard M. eggs an '
conference tournmont. the Easl record Is raven"' tvlnft, nine Iniuies The all-day program arranged I! Flfleld of the l Experiment: Stations erator. Test for doneness with Florida Is particularly well suited quality.In 77 million pound II 1.,'

Florida at New Smyrna Beacn. Ijist; Friday night In Florida I.1 by Dr. Gordon Killinger and other' and Dr. F. H. Hull head of the metal skewer or cooking fork to climatically, to the raising of 1919, th In other words! fo

No teams were seeded and, with gym, the boys lost again to P. K members of the Experiment Station Experiment Station agronomy de be sure the meat is tender poultry and the production of eggs full figures I about one-fourth 'ih.,/ !:a

right members four games will be j Yonge/: 71-54/ and the Junior High I agronomy department will In- partment. Following this assembly througout. Old hams often' are and this climatic advantage I is poultry and half the pc-ultr Ill

played, Thur dllY. I boys suffered defeat also at the | elude reports by research. workerson meeting. the attending farmers and flattened out and "rangy, so they readily tranaferrable into an economic 000. Farm In the State

Bradford Is scheduled to meet hands of FKY's "B" team /5113. pasture crops, Inspection tours others will visit pasture plantings may need less cooking per pound advantage Realizing this products /

Inland Thursday night at 9 0'- Connie Clark with 16 of Experiment Station pasture on the Experiment Station farm than thick chunky hams. A meat more. A :

clwk. Other games pit St. Augustine was high' scorer followed pOints// plantings, inspection of and hear research I worker make thermometer registers 170 degrees In Teheran to become the Desert shows $ OFFICK S! |'I,.ltll j 11'

HfraliiBt San ford; palatka by Itazen with 15. The plant beds and discussion tObacco// their report in the field. P. Hawk scourge of his enemies. including ; don't have \\lint 3"ii i 6

!i versus New Srnyrm, and Sea- marred by a grand total of 61 fouls I rieties and disease control, : Besides Director Flfleld and Drs When the ham Is done, remove How he marr'es! Princess Sha- eggs and $ order.. It for you, li'i4 \

1 breeze RR'Bln"t P. K. Yonge. Thu I called, the locals Inning four start morning assembly session. the rind score the fat by cutting harazade by trickery to keep her This $25 Telegraph ,

winner ff the Hra
i meets the winner of the St. PKY one. state who are Interested In pas- Station workers who will appear being careful not to cut all the Murad, saves her from the torture poultry and -

AiiKWHtlne-Sanford game Friday The Junior High boys found turps and many Florida seedsmen'', on the program Include Drs. way through fat Then sprinkle or chamber and finally brings peace In this See the Men: hi|

t are to attend :, brown over the fat and justice to his country are all the State Portable T}'|>"'"rlt,. t
nIght!! at o'clock. plenty of trouble with PKY's more expected the fleM D. E. McCIouU Darrell Moray. E. I spread sugar "I

The /Rlrls sporting a much bet- I experienced "B" team. Tom Me- day to learn the latest findings on'' S. Horner, A. T Wallace and a I stick in long stemmed. cloves, andI part of an exciting romance back! Industrial dl County T..IPltrlllh| '.

tc-r, record of wins than the boys, Chine was high scorer for the locals permanent pasture grasses, oats. j W. Bled oe, and Fred Clark: and I put in a hot oven--450: degrees F. grounded by Near Eastern atmos per cent of vantages of a .htnolurd 1.

enter an Invitational tournamentat with six points. The Junior lupines, clovers combination grass-1' Myron Grennell. for 10 minutes or long enough to phere. farm output connlcnt trlalile

St.\ Augustine/ Six teams, comPOHM I.Jligh team enters the East Florida I i, brown and crisp the surface.TUREIICL'LOSlt4 .

) of St. Paul's (Jacksonville), tournament next weekend In ----. ::""'O-; :!\r"I"""" "' ,M I
: Florida Farmers Advised That Dixie
llaHlinRS, rnlatka. St. Augustine Daytona Reach. No boys enrolled 18 I : !i

. J t) & 11. nrndford and Ketterllnusj! above the Dth grade are eligible for I Is Best Bet For Satisfactory Corn Yield I The lung l Is normaly one of the r- ?

will vie for honors. Bradford meets I this tournment. most active organs of the human HI FOLKS/ I'M MARTI MART.: )

Pa.tI" , An ;all-star; team;; will l l be selected glrU hit the highways again for more than half a million acres of 1 north central Florida and March 1 ous disease like tuberculosis it (C YOUR MARTIN THEATRE BUPOY ))

and trophies awarded to first and return games with Wllllston and field corn, Florida farmers are advised i I to 1O for notherern Florida. I needs all the rest It can get to heal .I'VE JUST SEEN THIS PICTURE AND

second team. I Friday night/ they Journey to Cal- by the Agricultural Experi- ,' Because of cold damage comparatively That's why patients with tuber

The girls have swept over seven lahan. This will complete the regular /: ment Station and Agricultural few good cover crops of culosis are put on complete bed BELIEVE ME: ,- ANYeODYWOULDCUM" B THE,
:
opponents out of 10, losing two scheduled games for the girls, Extension Service of the University lupine have been grown In north | rest In a tuberculosis hospital. HIGHEST MOUNTAIN; SEE A

to ake Huller and one to St. and the boys end their regular ,sea- of Florida that the famous ern Florida this winter, which i When the patient Is physically and :

, Augustine. In the 10 games the lion play next Saturday night, Feb. "Dixie 18" hyblrd \Variety Is their mean that farmers whose lupine I| mentally relaxed the normal MOVJE. MADE IN THE SOUTH

girls have totaled D07 points for 24, when Deland come to Starke best "bet" for satisfactory produc. crops were bady damaged must apply -I work of the lungs l Is cut down.

an average of 81 points per game. for an outing./: Deland whipped tion. more nitrogen, particularlyas With the constant motion of the

Their opponents have added 431 Bradford 49-36 In their only meet- "Dixie 18", developed at the Georgia side-dressing, for good yields. lung lessened the organ has a .

t points for an average of 43. Ing so far. Coaatal Plain Experiment Sta- I Where good lupine crops that better chance to heal. ....

scorer Phyllis\ Strickland. The tion with the assistance of the were fertilized with 0-11-10 or I Q.Century-rox went to
t High/: district tournament starts Sometimes bed rest alone Is not l .

with 193 points Is averaging 19 Wednesday" Feb. 28, In St. Augustine Florida Station, has consistently similar fertilizer came through the I enough for the sick lung. When the Blue Ridge hills of ...
followed by Mary Fran- finals out yielded moat other varieties of cold all right no further fertilization -
per game with coming oft Sat. I this Is the case the doctor advises
eec HII7.<'11 with an average/ of 1:5.and : urdny night, March 3. field corn since It was released a Is necessary If the crops are "collapae therapy," or aome other Georgia to bring you this

j I j Captain Helen Barry a clone few years ago, Dr. Earl S. Homer turned under three weeks before 1! type of surgery to give the lung tender and moving
I third with 14 8. Tho forwards arc of the Experiment Station, and planting corn. The agronomist
( I Picture Filmed the additional rest It needs. i mance, told as it
ably as lnted In winning by veteran -. Agronomist Russell Henderson of recommend application of 300 to'
the Extension Service out. 400 There are several forms of lung 4 was lived!
, ( j guard Patsy Raves and Clara Iln Georgia Hills point pounds of 0-14-10 or O-lO-ll
I laurgl"ry. One of the Is the
. I I Another variety developed at the. acre: at simplest i '
Cox. Capable rewerves are always per planting on land where -
. t4 4 handy wlivn needed. To Play Here SoonOne Georgia Statlon." 1a. 281", a white I a good lupine crop has been grown temporary collapse of the lung t-y, -3

captain' corn has produced good yields I i and turned under but which received known as pneumothorax. With '
team
Jack UrtZ" .
boys
of the most heart-warming but farmers who might want to no fertilizer at i this operation air Is Inserted be- : ;
planting.
and all-nroiind, sports figure, lends ,
k to be In
pictures produced a longtime tween the covering of the sick -q1
try it may not be able t'o obtain On heavy soils, think
they
an even
the boys In total points' with 100for ) will he. xeen at the Florida I;I .
lung and the lining of the chest
seed because of short supplies larger application of one of those
of 12 game.
nn average per I.Theatre on Tuesday. Wednesday "Florida W-l" and "P'lorldaY.2" fertilizers---500 to 600 wall, causing; the lung to shrink (
4 Connie Clark is second with 143 and Thursday, Feb. 27, 28 and poundJ-- i I f
and I are more weevil-resistant .than I may prove profitable Into a smaller space. The air compressing -
points for 0-polnt average March 1.Starring. _
Arthur( Winkler stands third with "Dixie 18" or "Ga. 281", but arej i Where no lupine crop Is turned)| the lung is gradually absorbed 'illIll
I /: Susan Hayward and lower and the 'la .r-
producers and seed may not i under Homer and Henderson recommend operation repeated ,

I William Lundlgan, It Is entitled be available this season, the agron. I application of 300( to 40f)) to keep the lung collapsed .

W.C.T.U. "I'd Climb the Highest. Mountain" ; oml.its .explain.. { pound of 4-10-7( at planting and' for as long as It Is necessary.In -

and tells the story of a y ung minister For hogglng-off only, the yellow side-dressing with 200 to 300( the second form of temporary -

:} and his bride who tackle ntough "N. C. 27" and the white "Dixie 17" I pounds of nitrate of collapse, known as t'
"TIIM: '.I( t'nrt Tit.\FKIO I"* I soda five pneumo- p : :
:' C"'I\'ILlZ.\TlOS'1'4' CIKEAT ENK-: : assignment In the Blue have proven satisfactory for weeks after planting. perltoneum air Is Injected Into -

# FIIEK1NO I| Ridge hills of Georgia. numerous farmers because of high On light well-drained the abdominal cavity to push up Ill )
!; 1'1TO SHMtF" : IN I soils. SUSAN e( dm(
FROM: THAT The picture was actually filmedin yields, but both are soft corns and the diaphragm under the damaged ,1
HUMNITY they suggest spacing of 27 to 42
'1 { the location that It depicts and
1. CITItSR': 14 1'4'UtL'I'UI'E.' : are severely damaged by weevils lung and thus compress the diseased -J"
.: l'imiI.KJE.: the simple beauty of the north If left In the field long after maturity Inches In rows 42 Inches apart; on I areA. The lung re-expands as HAYWARD
IJCSS: :
'. ; i FLOIUDA HUn NEWS) Georgia scenery, farm homes, and heavy, well-drained soils, spacing"i iIS the air l Is slowly absorbed. and thedlaohrazm ,
(
.' ? churches arid l a pleasing note of The bent dates for planting field! to 27 Inches In rows 42 inches returns to normal WILLIAM'

1'.allam to the picture. corn according to the agronomists, apart. position.

The story Is chiefly concerned Phrenic is LUNDIGANRORYCALHGUN .Iighest
nerve paralysis a
with the struggle of the ministers
Lamar Trotti. simple operation which temporarily .
CLASSIFIED bride to adapt herself to the hard HINTS TO
The management of the Florida paralyzes the diaphragm on the
] life
of the Georgia hill
J I country. Theatre takes especial pleasure In HOUSE WIVES side under the sick lung and compresses -
| She learns to love the life, s.1-
presenting this. outstanding attraction It for about six; months
Fit HAI-K: About 40' or Rf%> pin !: though not until she has made
to the HIKED HAM The moving of the lung In breath-
trK>< P. U, iix> 49, Hampton.2'l ''great sacrifice In nursing/: the film-going publicIn ;n
_>_ _8-1"_ i stricken natives this area.Marine Ing Is cut down considerably dur- fi MD.
| through an t'pl.I Old tradition to the contrary, ing that time. When permanent .
yon SAt.PV) nmilil. bed onmpleto I I IInnvrmirliiir dentin that takes many lives How boiling is not the Ideal to
.4 nattr.e. Itnliy crllinnil way cooka paralysis of the diaphragm Is t
.
she loses. and regains: her faith RecruiterTo .
,
,
miiMrvHH, Imhv rnrrlnK oil tiam. says Lucy Alexander, who necessary, the phrenic nerve l Is cut ,
pnnk itnv, kltrlien table nnil, a gives (the film great emotional Impact -
t,.,.. chains 4 .ml tulili-n, uphnlmaredhHlr Be In Starke cooked hundreds of hams In her I Instead of merely crushed.
1 I Htiil ..nt... research on meat for the .
iiiihii1tttirfil rook-i cookery Thorocoplasty, an operation .- .
., The stars assisted.. Next per e
I bit" lair anti nlriilvht 'ha ir lawn are by an Tuesday IT S. of .
Department Agriculture formed to the diseased _
.\\1 chHlr Hen nt Alvarei Trnniifi'rlnMfl i! .excellent cast Includ.ing collapse
.it.; * I Rory Calhoun. Barbara Bates.,
', %11104 HKIMIIIKIM a temperature for cooking means the removal of the ribs or
I All 'tfak. All I ,ia.i. |Gene Lorkhnrt. Lynn Sari Alex1 ham, and she was a pioneer In sections of the BARBARA BATES GENE LOCKHART. LYNN DARt RUTH DONNELLY-- KATHLEEN LOCKNART)
ribs
:' 1 1n.iinii .-....r"'.-. .....r.nl...1.1 1 antler Knox, Henry King and over damagedarea 20.
. ,.. K.I'll: HI: l> showing the greater tenderness of the New ribs will *tt sa.aw
4 II e.) 'KM lung.
':; 'onr. ... ......1.| .... "........ (Ph. 2.IJO.: I -. finer flavor and Juiciness of meat 1 grow back in about three months ALEXANDER KNOX. HENRY KING lAMAR Rom :::::::r:, ,,,..:.-

cooked at low to moderate rather In such that will
Cr" FOR HVt.K--Hnrii..... t for $J00; a..u than a position they PLAYINGAT
heat.
high
,) 9 "nd l 3 y".n I'olt 10 nionlhn, or Office Supplies keep the diseased part of the lung FLORIDA THEATREwTHREE
trade. for alIt,. Kxrellttnt condition. It ham Is to be cooked In water,, permanently collapsed. YOUR
John 5. Hmlth Kvy.t .
I Flit.. or call ut hnmH., Iniiuliif Miss Alexander stresses simmering Other surgical procedures Include

I/. at Mtntidurd tI..rvlee $tatlon.i.a ill I'. just under the boiling point. I lobectomy, the removal of BIG DAYS Tues., Wed., Thur.-Feb. 27, 28, Mar
.
; ,, then letting the ham cool In Its I a diseased lobe of the lung and

FOR FI.\I.-U38: Plymouth Coup, broth to draw back In. --- _00
moisture and pneumonectomy an operation ,...
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ilnoil tireS. .god condition $!2ROi>, -- -
HHI| > t>tnni"rcliil I Kiln) ) It,. raimrltvlipep become as Juicy as possible. which the entire diseased lung If! -I
If: .'r........ 1176.00! Lee and
, !.<... FBI-ma, HI i. Hn" 100 Ito But slow baking has advantage removed .4, CHECKEXDINAILDEPARTMENTS..YOUL\ )
, I over cooking In either water or Surgery never takes the place of FIN\ hlor
.
I KOIl IlFNT-Fu.nl.h..d &p..rtm.nt.'Irl" .
bed rest In
treating tuberculosis
.. steam Miss Alexander
.\ r.t.IIf..Rlor, irn. for says Baking -
hi-atinir nnd cooklnfr JUKI rrd..oii- often Is more convenient. And rMifl, nl '" for couple, 91A par mo.A when the .y'
doctor thinks
I". ......I... F'hc.iieHJ\\ or 111 baking there l Is no water to dilute surgical
Mi'Miihnn, nrrovH utrttot. from the flavor and force out too procedures U required. You can '
'i-honl It .' .. more -
--I, much Juice. A point to consider! pay
FOR SAL.RWhlln Hlorlt' linn lml>vI I In advance is that slow 'TilE DESERT!: ".\WK' WITH
.. cooking ;a r
.d.| with nriu-tunlv! n w can't I VVONNE DE CRWT PARK
w..t mnttr-.i,.. rnll (71W It .If.- M. Sgt. Ray Thomas "Leather wliole ham takes a loan time-

-_IYou'll neck" recruiting officer, will be may be an all-day Job. depending THEATRE" STARTING St'NDAVThe '

n u.n ,l'q I'e VCYI' n "UO", on the size of the ham. exotic but cant belle
It "O-I'uo."m.U..... .5. Say at the Starke post office on Tues- romance of the ancient you buy /
.
", ,,,,'r,nt...:.. n..1 Find out from the butcher or East once again returns to
t. S.: II UII.. .'" (', $IIEl'ilI'IlI' "The best-wrltinir day, Feb. 20, from 1 to 5 p.m.. the label.. on the ham whether It the screen at the Park Theatre ,
(OHM .5 MadUnn' Sin., mark I to accept men between 17 and 32
fountain pen I needs soaking before cooking. with beautiful Yvonne De Carlo .
of for enlistment In the ,
ever used." years age :Many hams of mild and Richard Green co-starred In
cure
on markets Check
SEE: US FOrt YOUR I U. S. Marine Corps.He s" the colors in Ford's ne-- \
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today need no soaking In the technicolor melodrama "The Witt il/YINO Poe .
the tact that service a Luxury Lounge Interior. They'rocustom
Farmall AMI ONLY emphasizes contrast some families may have Desert Hawk". im pug.,
Cub Tractor 2.00 In the Marine Corps has special I : matched with outside colon.
an old ham. which needs soaking In. the type of role that made wore iurwo
t appeal to young men becauseit her famous Miss OeCarlo Check the doiens of other new fea-
Ask For Demonstration overnight or longer. sings A row
POINTS REPLACEABLE Is a triple-threat team offering It's Idea I dance and act her ,way through tures. New Automatic Ride Control
a good to follow
Farm, Home & Auto FOrt ONLY 35cA a variety of activities the', this fast acting film. \ / Blots out bumps. Automatic Mdeags

"It's a land-sea-air team and a cooking directions that come with The story has to do with an \I Maker squeeze the last ounce of

SUPPLYCClMri Wile Variety Of Points complete! all around fighting the ham. Some recommend higher I Arabian Robin Hood who to pro- ;, power out of every drop of gas! An.!

I To Suit Every Taste force" Sgt. Thomas says.. "Marinesare slow temperatures than others. Long tect the poor against the tax collectors new Fordomalic gives you the fineit

>!8ITK' nOOKKEKPlNd( SY8- well-grounded in land tactics. baking at 230: degrees Fahrenheit of the wicked Prince '____ most flexible automatic: drive ever!
TKM liiitl, I for .entail buflln. iH.Rverythlntf serve aboard the Navy's powerful I gave best results in !Miss Mural leaves his blachsmith shop ":":- -
you ni (>i1 In nn book
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11 7.1 H-. It at Uru.lforJ Countv warships, and operate their own,

T.le&raph. U ? iI I tactical aviation squadrons." j r

FOrt riT'NT: Dfinlrablil 2 or 8 room Sgt. Thomas will be glad to Interview i
opt to t or t .Inillnn. P.O. I'll* 301.fl' any Interested young men OFFICE SUPPLIES
mi, I and answer all questions In connection -

II PT gallon 9r.. (Iv,'.. Ilcrnry( at with service in the Marine
"' Hnta K. Ht",'k Farm between -
Th..r...... .. Hampton.. 4t 119| .. I Corps during his stay here next

Tuesday. afternoon. Carbon g-k'I
I Paper
CAI.VRM foil HAI.K ""'-.n.'v A
.li-ii.y, milk tork See Knrl: 1 lint. 4.15.5
I.MI. i ml nwuth. ot Itlt.rk., lit loo \\OKKKRH' < It ... I .
MKTIIOWMT; ('IIt.U(:.. 0 PendL""

FOR T5KNT: "> room hiumr. ant bath i SCHOOL lIE!.!) SATVKIttV .
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,n :tot 4 mile 'out l>"tw-'.n Htm' l I.. I
.inI I..i.. t\ 1 s< ,... Mi K ., 'iiirriHi !, "- ... OInks.
j f'". -il K "" The Quarterly Workers' Conference '
st( % of the officers and teachers __
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KOFI IH'.NT: .It"..,,,. ,.mr"rI"h''. I I _
$ HpHi-tui'nt. ",'wly .idr\I of the pitake| Methodist Desk Pen
If 1.'"or 4111, V WillMI, n.. I Church School was held on Saturday I

.,, .. evening Feb. 10( In the Ifclhofli&t -
Foil M.AI.i! : 2i1 "1. Kn-nni i M..k. rand K'JNUMBEIED 0 Fine Papers I
i ,''fl-r! tin. 'l'hat''r ....hv rnrIK. educational building. W U. Desk Calendar
,. ; Stands
t liki- n..w. tin Thavvi h.l.I
nlni>.... IT ,With "litVne, t' .t tKWTATK Sewell General Superintendent uf .

Vit'rtuit ri..o... "n,:' tIhph FOR SI-" $.\I.F.-Ito. POlUS Conference.It the Church. School presided at the.. SOc up 0 RibOOM soPs.l.a ..:::::::::': -

7 t .....ni h.< IIM. ni<,l bnth' 4 h.-.1livin j -:-
> .-. ., ro..",. dIning' .,."nfcltch.n was announced that the Methodist Paper RoiL""
urul bath tot Vacation Church: Sahool will
on rorn r
..'H'I.).. mtilitItinitl 1 I Iota Prop.*rtY \' : '- Desk Calendar Pads -
be held June IS 29 with Mis.
''.i-nt d .." .,..n.r WaMhlniiton. end gdte4tooA T. o Legal Forms
"XVntttr lO.n In Hi irk. rtn n"t ..,i. G. Mitchell and Mrs J. R. Wainwright -
turn t'nnntn lnt-r...i d t>..."..* I codirector.A .. 59cup
T>I<-N." "'pit.( Mr. H n n..irit.lt. S'H'W.PO'H' 'OIlHI....,,,, nn as COM IN AND
,I Hn S I>l lot.l Illghway. Holly <>, ..It Parent-Teacher meeting will -*- 0 Acct. Books "TEST DRIVI" A FOR

Fin Jlldlet.I I FOR SALE AT be the feature of next quarter's

.f I fl7i'. 'Ai""I.. .... 'ltnlrr. an.lri"* meeting. to be held during Nation. Get 1931 refill !\Owt! Filing Needs I _
ter ill ''ln( n-n and |,..rI. At- | II
4 MiHolt ,f "card, n antI tl..loti 1 Bradford al Family Week on Friday even-
....I. 4'' witit.H,.... a." County I Andrews
-i Ing. May It. .
i Meetings of the workers

U f FOR .1l. 'I' "'nfur-iuh.d h i"k ..t Telegraph of each general division were Bradford{ County Telegraph ; Motor CJ'
.. I
6 .Call Jl Th. t. liT'nrur I held following the adjournment or
A I i! h..I l 4. m apartm.rh .
I >n., 224 ,r II i : Itt the Workers' Conference Madison Adams Sts.

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