Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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if are Waste quaslf


f recommendations<< of the Welfare Committee of the 'NgIOMa(

i' lature are given; consideration, laws affecting the Official CountyLslablished In 1879 NsilolltyOLC3iE

tion of the welfare program in Florida will be '

'in an effort to stop abuses and waste, j : ..;\ EliTTO bT.1BK1FLoR11).t! : nun,,,', nuul'\UY: \ U, -19.11 -
mmittee, meeting in Ocala last week, voted to urge NGMHER TIII I\'f-TW

:i lpt)t4dk t"r:,;I if that public would record.make As the matters names of stand those now on, no relief one rolls but Chairman Plans \Whirlwind Drive j I, Roil Cross Fund Campaign Poster for 1951 -

wt:! >e officials themselves know who is getting the Broadcast Mentioning ReactivationOf

3S ,' |;5 that was given out in assistance grants in 1950. i I II I II!

Cb jlc of secrecy blocked a legislative investigation of In Effort To Raise $$2,701 Quota l I I

'* IIi in 1949 and, as one committee member remarked I '0\11\ M'r' Blanding Causes ExcitementBut

''If the legislature cannot get to the rolls, we aref

a fix." For Red Cross Fund In Two % *
Days I Source
|ly the State of Georgia turned up 31 cages of "rich Nothing NewA

.h" children, with one or more parents who were

,'iublic old age assistance. And, according to the To finance what may be the greatest work in its! G9- 'ear news broadcast that caused

Jare Director, that was just a "samplingi produced history, the American lied Cross will launch on :March: 1, > Starke Wednesday night by reference considerable excitement in

a sked his clerks to "bring me a few cases", throughout the nation, its 1951 campaign to raise: $85,000- of Camp; Itlamling proved to bp another to the reactivation
air | case the welfare director reported : 000 for next year's operation. tracked down "false: alarm" when
Thursday by the
'{ in and his wife live in a fashionable section of town Du 1.l'e E. rohft"-""'" r' c hat roan u.,.. : i I Telegraph
utiful estate, lovely brick home and the propertytied the fund campaign In Bradford ; Some who heard< the hronA ant
a, that :
J Plumbers f reported the cormnentatu-,
County, announced | Request Negro Man Held '
by an electric fence. They employ a full time yesterday plans I said Blending to be -
was n activated
t'' and own two Cadillac cars They do not allow the he for hopes a whirlwind to carry drive!the Red by which Cross 1 Protection I Il x In Shooting ScrapeAt while others Interpreted his r>

solicitation to all part of the I l From Outsiders : .' Sampson CityJohn marks as meaning that the reactivation
/: u was under
q consideration
ptroller Says Mushrooming Welfare county In two ys..Friday: and : l
<;: Frazier the Army. The littler proved to be a
Saturday, March 2 and 3. negro, was IIrre t.
' E: T. Shull and 'arl;
Of State correct, and the
Threatens Economy broadcaster had n
ed Sunday, Feb. IS. charged with
"I believe that a quick campaign plumbers appeared before RltCh'1 )/ uujKUilt with Intent to commit I more definite Information than ha

vi itlgatlon of the State Welfare Program was recom- will be the most effective" the I' Council Tuesday night \ .. iminli-r, following a shooting incident been already published In the Telegraph -

,' |v Comptroller C, M.Gay In a speech, before the Euatls chairman stated, "and I am confident there! was some WilY that the ..",, ,.. N. at Sampson City. Ills bond j I and other newspapers.
lull this week. that Bradford County's plumbers could bo given protection .. ... wan set at $500 and he Is still In The broadcast Item was given by
EH program get'" <>\.t of hand, It could sap the Income of $2,701 quota can be raised In the from outside plumbers coming into ''f! .:r,;:; Jail. Ray Henle. editor In chief of the
from to J50,000,000 two-day period with the excellent and odd ,1:, officers stated Sun Oil Company's 3-Star Extra'1
It has already grown nothing the city picking up Jobs r Investigating
cooperation that has been promised .. L
.'' past 15 year," the Comptroller pointed out. organization.." After considerable discussion: this r ti'L y, that, following an argument !Waxier news program, originating In
by our ,
jthls of welfare spending should skyrocket dur- matter was referred to the CityAttorney ;. shot Into a car owned an,1drlv.n ) Washington and carried on Ute
program Conner stated that the -worker NBC network at 6:43: ,in.
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of prosperity I III an alarming situation, he said l, and for further study and he I I by Curtis Bones of Sampson
i here will be part of an army of was requested to give his reportat and containing six othci In a lone; distance telephoneconservation
arged that the welfare department la unwittingly con- a million and a half volunteers in the next Council meeting I negro passengers. with the Telegrapb
to delinquency, illegitimacy and immorality. Ha said communities throughout the nation Thursday morning Mr. Henle stat
Mr. and Mrs. A. T Dempsey appeared Llllle Mae Hood, also I colored
[ phane of the program--aid to dependent children-Is who will\ undertake the task of before the Council asking 'yes hit In the right lids of nor ed that his notes Indicated he said

ng up about one-third of the entire program and needse raising the 1951 goal up 27 per for a permit to construct an 8- 1 { head by a bullet and was carried I that Army official were giving
cent over last years's total. consideration< to the reactivation
attention. to Gainesville .
unit motor court on their propertyon a hospital a ser
omptroller emphasized that he is strongly In favor of "The $13,000000 boost In this Temple Avenue between Din- bus condition. Remus Bryant was: of Camp Blending, and went on to

Ere of the needy and the dependent, but that care should year's goal Is due entirely to the kins service station and the Cath- j struck In the hand by a bullet.The' make some brief comments on Its

I that the program is not abused. enormous load placed on the Red olic Church. They submitted con Norman Rockwell's striking portrait of the Red Cross poised fer emer. shooting occured about S size and the role It played In

s j la the time for all Florldiani to back up their legislators Cross by expanding military forces struetlon plans and specifications gene action U particularly slcnlfleanl In these troubled Um... The p. m. and.' Frailer was arrested at World War II. He had no "Inside'

fruggl to hold the line of Inflation" the Comptroller and by the civil defense program." approved by the State Hotel Com Red Cross ban a big share In the nation's defense respoaaiMUUea. his home several hours later. At Information concerning the reactivation I-
newscaster said
the chairman pointed out. He mission. The Council approved a the time ot his arrest he war ,
listed the following as principal drunk officers stated based his remark on the recent
i about $700,000,000 in new taxes looming on the na- in the expanding Red Cross permit for same. conferences held In the Pentagon
)c horizon, Florida will be paying more than one billion points program: Mayor J. R. Walnwilght advisedthat Preparations Of Ground CompletedFor I when the Florida Congressional
or one-third of the total income of the State to he had had numerous requests delegation presented the Blanding

|BI l I.taxes county State, and Federal Governments" Gay pointed the 1.collection Acting as of official blood and agency Its derivatives for- Street.for benches A to motion be placed was along made Call by Construction Of Here Be SpeakerAt story Frank to Pace.Secretary of the Army
for civil defence. To meet L. O. Hazen that the City investigate Legion MeetingA. Thus, another "hot tip" concern-
of Florida paid $359 million In Federalxes these requirements the Red Cross
year the people the purchase of some benches lag Blanding, like so many other
$150 million In hidden" taxes to the Federal Govern85 must collect 1,500,000: pint of from Camp Standing and if they Preparation of the site for the,oration to pay up at once If they J. Thomas, Jr., Commanderof went pffftl! when tracked to Its-

[ million In State taxes $85 million In county taxes, blobd this year. were unable to do this, to construct new factory building on Tenth have not already done so, a* the the local American Legion Post, source.

J million In municipal taxes, along with other smaller 2. Training 20 million person six benches to be placed at Street was completed during the I funds will be needed. when construction announced) yesterday that the

bring the total to more than $864 mil non, Gay stated. tr n first aid, Including treatment spots designated by the Council. past week and the ground is now of the building gets Under speaker for next Tuesday evening's Rites Held SundayFor

Bdltlon to an investigation of the Welfare program he of injuries from, atom-bomb attack. The motion was seconded by WmT. ready for pouring the foundationof I way. Checks may be mailed to meeting will be John R. Barlett,

nded a consolidation of collection agencies which heId 3. Training 100,000 and reacti- Jackson and carried. the building. or left with Charles Hardy, secretary owner and operator of Radio Station O. L. Beasley,

I save the State $3,000,000 annually. vating 150,000 nurse's aides and I The appearance of the properlyhas I of the corporation, In the W K M A, Qultmun, Oa., Retired Conductor
training one million housewives In I Alumni MeetingIs been completely transformed School Board office Mr Barlett ,U a career radio.

home nursing for civil defense. during the past week with all timber I man whose avocation In the use

| live in the brick house, but provide a small shackce 4. Assisting civil defense in providing Postponed removed stumps bulldozed out Harold Lennon of radio a* an educational medium

All they are willing to provide are lights and and shelter of the ground: and grading, fill supplementing school actlvtty. .
food clothing
hey insist that the taxpayers provide the balance." during an period. A. J. Thomas Jr,. president of ing and leveling completed. Ends Boot Training lie U also a member ot his own
emergency loral of Florida '
resolution asking the University 9 fer Andrews, president nt local Legion post In Quttman.
corgia Senate has' just passed a 5. Expansion of Red Cross *.rv- Club this week
Alumni announced Brad.ord Development Enterprises, /H'irold: K. Lennon seaman apprentice Commander Thomas Indicate
Etorperpu; *-publication of4he-n !.s i tw of.those Federal law Ices to the armed force to meet that the meeting scheduled for tonight Inc, hall announced that J. M Edwards USN!:!, recently completed that during his visit to Stsrkn Mr

assistance, an act now forbidden i>y the' needs of the proposed at the Legion Hall has been was low bidder on construc- recruit training lit the Naval Hiirlrlt will be Invited to survey

ia,Senate also approved and sent to the House a 000-man fighting force 3,000'-1 temporarily postponed due to n tion of the building and was ewanl- Center In Hun Diego, Calif, and the possibility of erecting a at":

ke financially able children contribute to the sup- A principal Red Cross tank conflict of meetings at the Legion ed the contract Carl Hitch Wit II I I''hI now available fur n Hlgnm nt ten lion In this community, or at leas

eir parents. provide communications between Homo. low bidder on the Installation of \HfCt unit or to one of the advise interested local people on
Boorgia welfare head said that many times his case servicemen and their families and Thomas stated that the meetingwill plumbing. Bunhnell Steel Co of I I' Nnvy's school for special i train- the bent approach' to such a ]probloin. -

fiad heard sons and daughters say: "Why, yes, I to obtain Information on 'horn.-- probably' be rescheduled 1 for Jacksonville has the contract for | I hog. .

|e care of my parents but everybody else is (retting and medical conditions for the military the night of March 23rd and that the steel work and tho Moore ,: lie In the son of Mr and Mrs. Thomas! urged, all Lrglnnalrea

Why shouldn't my father and mother get it too?" authorities and, to counsel on I announcements concerning this Pipe Co. of Jacksonville will j|i F:. Lennon of Slurke to attend Tuesday evening's meetng .

recently reported that Florida's State govern- personal problems. These activities meeting will be mad later. stall the sprinkler system. In-/[/ ( which convenes at 7:30: o'clock,
f 20 often Involve financial Mr Andrews wild that M. S. Dek-AIl All other Interested citizens of,
have soared 628 cent in the past Artist
penditures per last exceedednd ance In emergencies. a8R1st'l Jack Hazen Given I Siceloff, Jr., the North Carolina | Starke and\ Bradford County are
e $49.881,185 spent on welfare year Through Home Service manufacturer who propones to To Be Here Invited to attend this meeting. PrOvid

> a half million dollars the entire annual budget 3,738 chapters Red Cross Athletic Scholarship operate' a branch work clot hi.i Next WednesdayMr

rectors obtain facts concerning To UniversityThe I factory here, will be btuk In Btnikon <> Lioness Club

cl of its abuses! and instances of maladministration, sickness, death, and other home I I March 8. It Is believed that Benson from Chestnut's I -,.,._- --- ...-.
v e program is a desirable and necessary function ofht condition which enable military granting: of University actual construction of the building .J. In-Gainesville and an art student Has Supper MeetThe

1 day scheme of living. It is only when it gets out authorities to deride whether or''' of Florida athletic scholarship to will begin before that date from the University there, will bi Lioness' Club held their of Hampton. Lawson and Bentley longtime, 78 resident, native

at: public indignation rises to the point where some not an emergency leave or oc-: Jack Edward Hazen, of Brooker, however. In Starke next Wednesday to give
regular of SUrke. died
action must he taken to correct abuses ando rationally a discharge, I Is warrant- was announced this week by Athletic More than $1000 worth of ad- a demonstration on decorating)I supper meeting Friday night, Feb.
:\'e 16 In
Thursday night of last week In thaLion's a Tampa hospital following
ed. Home service In chapters as- Director Bob Woodruff ditional stock In the corporationwas glass, china, and tin articles with I
far as possible Den with members pr*>n- an Mines of several weeks.
beingBther's sisted a monthly average of 80,0001) purchased' during the paat Dck-All states Miss|
icially conscious taxpayers will object to Hazen, an 13-year old quarterback paint Dorothy ant He was a retired conductor for
servicemen and their dependents I stands five feet 11 Inches week Mr. Andrews announced hose, Home Demonstration Agent
that ,
i keeper" if they are Mrs Lillian\ Bishop president the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
h I beyond keeping himself or does not have a son or in the last year. Financial and and weighs 180 pounds. He attended The new Inventors are: F. F. The meeting will be held at 2 presided... over the business meeting. and for the) lust 28 years before
ance to service men a8loIst.l Flume Martin Theatres (flhe chain
fh inancially able to do the keeping. But when the pendents reach a combined and Bradford under the High School at of Starko J. C. that operates the local Florid, p. in In the St Mark's Episcopal!(.at which time Mrs Edna: Well I his retirement he operated out oth..rtt
cent in two decades, Parish Hall on Church street. All.WIUI elected secretary. on the company's Starke to
0 ernment has mounted 628 per ot more than $3,000,000. Hobbs was selected on the All- Theatre)) Mrs. Mabel Boyer, and
Hustessps for the evening Wannee branch line.
Iv Ire taking the largest slice out of the huge new ex- la each'mouth Ben Suslow lioirm Demonstration C'ub members were Prior to that
hast This case load Increasing Siiwsnnee Conference team, the Ted Johns. Pat Jackson, Wilma his run had been from Tampa to
''it then the time has come when the taxpayer as the armed force grow,, All East Florida Conference team Mr. Andrews urges all who have and Interested ptTHonn are KronctnburgGladys Green and Jacksonville.

Y to demand and receive some measure of protec- larger the chairman said. i II I and little All-State team. subscribed for shares In the corp urged to attend. I Katie Walnwrlght. Mr Beanli-y took an active partIn

civic affairs serving eight
i recently revealed that some Floridians receiving \ on the City Council and later
as a
iiatance) funds as needy blind own and drive Stated auton 'Peggy' Gives Out of 'Gas' Colorful History of Train Recalled member of the Board of Bond

public highways, holding drivers licenses. Trustee. lie wan n member of the
r- Smith::: points! out. that HIS Methodist Church and
,,, Sherwooee has been added I a life
ommtssloner One chapter
more _._ .,...... ,.... f pery to grip the rails causing th-
the ,
cared for and that '-- "' member of Solomon Lodge, F .I
that the needy blind are to the long and colorful historyof :
train to
| ;. flounder .
.i helplessly.Onre
Patrol. < 'I.\ II ,r' ij A M, Jacksonville
drivers licenses is up to the State Highway "Peggy", the Seaboard's venerable [ JIr T"T; :" .. ,",: > ,:" \ k rt 1J I the train was l late because tin )
[ have access' to the relief branch lire that plies Its way I r. wall horn July 28 1S7S In
lijfhway Patrol does not : .1' \ : "Pete" I'eteraon the engineer, had
Wannee'' ', Hampton, the son of the late Madison ,
t fcaa how blind or deaf and dolly from Starke to _" been arrested at La Crosse -
no way of knowing many J' ,Jtl' foi
I : 1'I'I and Kdlth:: Woods Beisley, He
drawing that la)
time (wherever
pie are driving cars and at the same shouting at a rabbit with his re started with the railroad
happened) an ayoung
have .
A lot of things votver! I
obvious "bugs"' that must Ito I "Peggy" In It* more than half ,i The conductor, Mr. White, : man and continued In thaI
11'10 that there are many ;! I ____--- war service until his
ited in the "aid to dependent children" set-up Here a century of existence but fast : __. :,,_____ :' t'III' j. I an enthusiastic sportsman and al years ORO.Hurvlvors .
only interest i fat Friday (lIlt( is believed) Is the flrat always carried his two pointer .
(fare officials maintain that their there time that It has ever "run out ofgas" _ dogs along. Mum he felt Ilk. it Inr-luda hli widow
surely Gertrude
needy cases are taken care of. But I jfrt "4 he would, atop the train and burden 8."IIIY.
" some wayof discouraging the reported practice ofegitimate The faithful old "Iron horse' .' A 3'r : shooting birds while the othertrainmen go Starke: a sister Mrs. Arryl Oelger.

children for the additional income that was chugging along on Its home picked blackberriesOnre Bowling keen; and two son.
] Charles
bring each month from the State and Federal gov- ward run with 25 or 30 cars of Mr. White was complimented and A. K. Beaaley Beanley, ,, Bay Lake Farm Alfred,,

t pulpwood and tung oil productswhen 1 on getting the train to Starkeon Texas,

r-much sharper-teeth are needed in laws deal-I it sputtered ((01' whatever time. "On time your granny"! Funeral services'
were held at
father who desert their families. At the present I engines do when they run out of w was his reply "ThU Is yeaterday'itrain"1 2:3rt: o'clock Sunday'! afternoon In

: difficult to extradite one of these who leaves his I diesel 011)) to a stop a short distance j'rI the DeWItt C. Jone Chapel with
do ig walk north of Brooker.A Lester FinhoUter, a Ward
All he has to City Rev. T.
1 O.
goes into another state. and Rev, 1.. A,
of the state and a member of the crew somewhat ,, wit, first gave the train the name Shepherd
ave his family to become charges thumbed ride with of officiating Interment
a ,
shamefacedly "Peggy" and "he'a too slow to
been reported was In
the Instances have also the family plot In Crosby
taxpayers. a panning motorist and brought catch Peggy" was the common I Lake
who even con- Cemetery with
but DeWItt
t C-
< who "desert" their families Starke where a section remark
homefolks word to along the line about some I Jones. In
' ive in and "call" on the SO charge of arrangement
the same town foreman hastily particularly lazy man. Active
t and the children receive diesel! fuel to the patiently I pall bearers were L, F
their whim dictates' yet gallons of "When George Thomp".tt be-
cmilcted. !- Chapman K. O. Duncan, L. ,
such D
( wants to see i train. Crewmen explained the
waiting came
om welfare funds. No one superintendent of the Vlnlng. J. 110(, Smith.
resonsibility of the father- that Peggy had been doing road he Improved the track Charley E
but they are the I Iu procured John, W. B. Sewell J. p.
axpayers--and he should be made to perform J his moreaw Itc hin' gevidently than II fu'I-.ual" and I*i ; a lighter engine and built a and E. L. Matthews.Honorary ,

gO to jail. A general tightening up of all laws deal- I used up Its supply PegK>" is seen above In its new, important role of loading llmenite at the Trial Ridge mineea'st railroad "shop where the V Is now pall bearer were'

rental responsibility is' needed. i I faster! than Incident was calls estimated.to ml"au of Starke for shipment to dul'ont pigment plant in Delaware. situated, Mr. Lagtrgreit concluded Judge A. Z. Adkln. H. C. Wall

rlUcal and qulzzlc1e attitude of the Legislature'sommittee ; This written by the late H ELagergren '! I Edward Burn. C. A, Knight L. A,
article During the
will be welcomed by the public as the and published In the : The swanp ,wee drained and the A Southwestern (now the Atlantic other times, during high water, a the early 10.10'a depression: business days of Davis. T J. Griffin R. F, Demc-

.uralfing note in a situation that has all the ear- Telegraph back in 1836. d..llcrtb.1 i road built through It. Where It Coast Line) wait built through the large alligator got stuck In a cul- Peggy got so bad that the Seaboard on-I red Dr. W, E. Ulddleton, and Dr.

getting out of hand. And It the 1951 legislators' ing some of the "ups and down crossed. the 0 8 A F, Sampson territory of the pioneer road and vert and caused. the overflow from petitioned the State Railroad M B. Herlongf ,

>n to curb welfare waste and abuses they.will find experienced by Peggy through the City was laid out Then Ward City grabbed: much business The phosphate Rowell Lake to wash part of the Commission for permlsslor. !

of this state behind them 100 per cent. years. (now Brooker came Into being; i I mines petered out, Sampson track away. to abandon the line. The request f Thomas To Direct

According to Mr. Legergren; La Crosse. and Alachua The rail- I never got to be a city, and eventually An enormous locomotive -the was denied, however, and the Legion Baseball
JAIL j roe/! and! timber lands. were lateracquired the i
SEE Railroad company owning
UBLIC INVITED TO about 1892 the G S 4 F. "Grover Cleveland" -was toq company Is probably glad now
: by the Atlantic Lumber road\ sold It Sea.
construction In his cheerfully to the
is- under I that It wan, for in recent
radford County Board of County Commissioners was the Seaboard at Co, who noon extended the I'ne! t" board heavy for the light rails and soft year i I Although Herb Thomas recently
to cross Peggy has back Into Its
Bounty I come
rdial week to the public to inspect west Bell where! phosphate mines had track, and wrecks were frequent.In accepted the position of athletic
Invitation this and to touch the According to Mr. Lagergrrn: of I
2 Hampton j own. hauling pulpwood, lung director! at t<* state
[county jail Monday afternoon, March 5, between Mde of Sampson Lake. CoL C L just been .ta rted. I! In those early days the train I parts of Alachua County where products, watermelons" and pota- I still continue to coach Prison and, he direct will
farsighted man Induced For the road did a piylngi I the track was laid on rich soil,
1. Peek a year. toes from the Brooker, La Crosse the
were time- -and
never on nobody Legion Junior
lew and will be turned over by Gauikin to influence some I the grass and weeds grew rank. section.It 1 Baseball -
jail is now complete Or J. L. i business hauling: saw log, phosphate program In
meet- seemed to Once Starke It was announced
care. a long
their regular whom be On windy day the
factors at for j vegetation
to the Commissioners northern capitalist naval store. crotlei.. also has the Important assignment this week.
final inspection Monday)I II agent to build a railroad t- stretch of track, built on muck In I would bend over the rails\ and bet of hauling In carload of
was \
: their Mr. Thomas
Monday.the Following will accept the new building' run in a southwesterly dlrectl-n cotton, etc to Jacksonville through the lake swamp burned up. and II crushed by the wheels of the Ilmenite from thAt Trail Ridge I 1Ito1l..lon. will start stated that practice
I, Board members from Starke to Alachua. Starke But later the Jacksonville took several days to rebuild. An engine until they became too slip- '' mine east of Starke future. in the near
of the county. !



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George Sprague of Fredonia, N. Y Earl Stokes of Edgar Fla. and : Korea whore he was wounded In Elwood Clt; r
i' Those from here attending the Mr. and Mrs! Gerald Roberts of battle At the present time he is recently of 'MIsythe. t'
Bradford County t Telegraph BROOKERBy LAKE{ GENEVA at the Naval Air Station Hospital yIs
'(funeral of Mrs. Mary Dauzler Coleat Starke wen-. dinner guests of Mr.
in Jacksonville He 13 the of
Lake City Sunday afternoonwere and Mrs. Edd S. Polk Sunday. Ity Blanche CunninghamThe son ,
ESTABLISHED 1870 E. I. "MATTHEWS. OWNIHIDITOWPublished ha Mae I. "I. : Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Haz..n.Mrs. Mrs. O. A. Gay who spent las Mrs. Hazel Sillva of Tampa. "'I..ot.I..al. In Caart' asnrrq U
L. A. Brown and Mr. and Mrs, week as a patient in Alachua Friends of T. '-t. Finley are gladto Dorothy J. Lr" -
; Mr. and Mr. Omar Brown and B. F. Hazen of Gainesville Mrs. Hospital Gainesville returned' to many friends of C. J. For. a.'e him out again after beingIn ph L Dall

Entered SecoIIdlttlat..r Mrs. Mary L Green spent Friday Cole was a niece of the late Mrs,. her home here Sunday afternoon oythe "Dad" will be sorry to hear bed several days with a bad order 0' P.hll.511....
Etery Friday and aa that he had the misfortune to fall Appear s'r t't'FI: py. rM
Dan Hazen. She feeling much better condition
afternoon at reports heart
Keystone Heights on Jnneph L nII'
41 CUM at the Poet Office at Starke FlaMEMBER business. Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Cano and We hope she will soon be able to last week and receive a broken Mrs. Marjorie Holtzendorf( Is a and atar. .",

Mrs. M. O. Harrell and son, William daughter of St. Augustine spent be out again. hip. He lit a patient in the Sarasota patient In Glendale Hospital: Palat- Chr1lter.You are Pen I '+1" ''a
(lj) 1951 ( and Mis. E. J. Lewis and IvaMae the weekend here as guests of hit We are sorry to report J. A. Par- Hospital and Is doing aa wellas ka. Her many friends, wish her a March" and liith. 1 1Court TI!.oGI. r
iii 1 Lewis and Jean and Edward parents Mr. arid Mrs. R. F. Gano. ker, principal of Brooker School can be expected. He will be 89. speedy recovery. reeks dlvor J
BulMrrlptlon, V2.0 Annually $1JW For Six Months Endicott were shopping in Gaines. Mr. and Mrs Howard Walt, Mr. Mrs. Earl Green and Mrs. Ernest years old August 31 and was visitIng "ololl".at'l hail
{; yule Friday afternoon and Mrs. Walter Woodin of Rail Edwards are confined to their I his daughter Mrs. I. J. Snowat Mrs. B. Cunningham and sons, In.Wltnem next four w +I.
Edison Warren and Richard attended my h i
Miss Nellie Green and Mrs. John way N. J. and George Sprague olFredonia. homes with flu. We hope they will the time of his accident. He nt Starke, 10'1",

TO THE: FARMERS AND I CATTLEMENNow : Cone was visiting Mr. and Mrs N. Y. spent part of last soon be out again. Is the father of Ray Forsythe and tona Beach the "Nascar"recently. races Richard In DaY-I' 7th(OFFICIAL 19B1 SEA r,
that price ceilings have gone on meat and there is Will Andrews at New River Tues week sight-seeing1 at St. Augustine Miss Iva Mae Lewis left Sun- VIr.. Blanche Cunningham of here member. Haven.
"Nascar" charter
where she and was formerly In business here. ny C
Jacksonville !
and Orlando.Mr. for
control of slaughtering, the small farmer and day afternoon.Mrs. '''T. Frank Lnndrui
government to show whether he Edward Raulerson and and Mrs. R. F.Oano and Mr. will review at Massey Business Mr. and Mrs. R. Rider: and baby Mrs and Mrs. W. Peterson of ''AUy.. for pit
has wonderful opportunity
cattleman a
Mrs. Lee Johnson were visiting and Mrs. Myrle Gano and little College. daughter are making their home
is a good, American interested in the welfare of the rest of !in Lake Buller daughter Sherry Beth of St. here while Mr. Rider is going to _
Monday.Mr. S S B BB
the people or whether he values a few dollars extra profit and Mrs E. J. Augustine spent Sunday afternoon Karen HI I'artyMra. the V. of F. Mrs. Rider Is the for-
than his good name. / and L. W. Sowdl and Mrs. T. mer Alleen Wagner, daughter of From where I sit Joe
, more Jean and Edward Endicott visited as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ovid ...b.f M
{ During World War II a lot of black-market meat came his sister Mrs A. E. Surrency in Gano and family of Gainesville. W. Markey were hostesses at a Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Wagner. r ,
from the farm. True there were many cases where rustlers Starke Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton I social given at the Community Mrs. R. Forsythe, Mrs. A. Carl- -- ,

came in and slaughtered beef without the farmer's knowledge E. It!. Lewis visited her parrots spent the weekend in Tampa with Center February IS from 7 till 0 lion and Mra. B. Cunningham spent t ,
in honor of Iva Mae Lewis ; Sometimes
but /some farmers themselves could not resist the lure Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Cook In relatives. m. for Friday in Palatka. r Good !r
.//P. was leaving Sunday a re Mrs. Wm. ("Granny") Nuttles
Fernandinla Sunday. Mrs Charlie! Kelley and son L"
of the black-market prices. '
at Business College
The average American is generous. lie is patriotic. lie! Albert Knight of New York. Ben C. spent Sunday in Wildwood as In Jacksonville.A Massey. was pleasantly surprised recently Intentions Aren't Eno \.
11'1' interested in his fellowman He will "give till it hurts" Knight of Tampa Fla., Eufrt guests of her daughter Mrs Ruby large crowd attended and when her grandson Harold Carey
Waldron and topped by for a brief call. Har-
if it is dramatic enough. But Knight of Lakeland Fla.. Sam TilUs family.Mr. and the Griffin place folks a flre's no sideshow
. for any good cause, especially of Plant and Mrs. C. S. Kelley had as several games were played old Is a Marine and saw service in That fire at !
when it comes to a little issue it is easy to rationalize and hands with old City were shaking dinner guests Saturday, Ben prizes won by Mrs. Earl Willis. didn't do much damage last week, to think of the other f ffyt\ ,,
r flay "I can use the extra money. The other fellow it doing Saturday. friends and relatives Knight, of Tampa Eura Knight of and Mrs. Wilson: Green. Each onepres..nte.1 but Volunteer Chief Murphy was From where I lit. Km'

'' ft, why shouldn't I 11" Multiply that attitude by several nun. I Miss Lubedia Pinholster Lakeland Albert Knight of New Iva Mae with a lovely A Three Bays'Cough pretty angry about it. Spoke to need to be reminded oce cj
'' dred thousand farmers and the meat price stabilization program and York and Sam Tillis of Plant City. and useful gift. some of us over dinner and a bottle that even though our li
Mrs. Rosa Pinholster and Mrs. After the Benediction by Rev. <
could be an absolute failure. Ruth Aklns of Bell, Fla. Mrs Eva Harrell has recently RsYour.Danger of beer. are good we may be! unfair"
were Earl Willis refreshments of cake
You may not agree that it is good or right to have price visitors to Green Cove SpringsMonday. : purchased the E. T. Stewart home and served the "Griffin's farm Is a goal mile ferlng. Whether it's blocb'"?"
ceilings on meat but it i b* the law of the land and any self here and lias already moved In. hostesses punch assisted were! by Miss LubediaPinholster. by Signal from town," he said. "And by the right-of-way of fire equi|?
behind the We wish her much happiness inter I we'd dodged all the people on
i- respecting citizen obeys the law. And the reason Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wait haveas Everyone wished Iva time criticizing a persons risk
law is to protect all people from the unscrupulous few who their guests Mrs. Walt's father new home. Mae much success in her review. Creomulsion relieves promptly because the highway who were going to joy a temperate glass of I,
;: would not care if people starved HO long as they made some and mother Mr. and Mrs. Walter I children Mr. and, Gerald Mrs. Eloise Ruel Dukes and Diane and it goes right to the seat of the trouble watch, we hadn't a minute to and then-the American,
Woodin of to help loosen and expel germ laden waste. gripe war and give the otbr
Rahway, N. J. and
easy money. is that offered the of Dukes spent Sunday afternoon phlegm and aid nature to soothe and "Then blamed If those debthis fair "share of the rod1.
the best argument, perhaps, by
T But i guests of Mn, and Mrs Roy heal raw tender, inflamed bronchial
I tae In
doing the fighting Ask one of them do not Intend to finish it seers hadn't parked cars right
men themselves who are or quiltit Green and family.I I I I membranes. Guaranteed to please you
If the folks! at home should strike for higher wages, conductor until next January. I am also I I Miss Mary Mott has returned .GIVES or money refunded. Creomulsion has Griffin's driveway and there wasa
,: patronize black markets, or in any way fail in their duty making crochet lace for pillow1 home after spending a week visit. P stood the test of millions of users.CREOMULSION. mob of people milling around the

''I"ry"41 I The answer would >he emphatic. It would be blunt and strong. cases and sheets. Life Is good as i ling her sister and brother-in-law : house-Just gawking. Joe, tall

; It would be an appeal to "don't let us down." we listen to the radio and I work ',Mr. and Mrs. Hamp! Conerly in nil..... Cmflu, ClInt Coldly A uM Bronchitis Copyright. 1951,Untied Stares Brewntm
I I away of evenings. I lots of
say Ocala.
We have a real faith that the vast majority of farmers .:
I I prayers. Mostly for other people! Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey
and cattlemen will abide by the price control law, as they do
these days. I am thankful formy'
In Gainesville on
.'" h'1 the other laws of our Country. On the whole, farmers) are blessing and happy. I know spent business.Thursday

i about the best law abiding citizens in our land, and this is that life cannot always be as nov Friends of Uncle Tom Edwardsare

i another chance for them to show it.il carefree and happy with plenty.So sorry to report that he Is a i
when the dark days come I patient in Alachua County Hospital LOVETT'
NOT A WORD ABOUT ECONOMY shall be fortified with happy Gainesville. We wish him a

il, The Administration's tax: message to Congress calls for memories. And shall know that speedy recovery.
very heavy increases in corporation and individual income "Behind the dim unknown stands Reddish Andrews of New River,
God within the shadow keeping was In Brooker Saturday after-
taxes, on top of the boost which went into effect last October '
..n.. It also asks for big jumps in the excise taxes on automobiles, watch comfort.above So I His face own.the! What future a,noon. STARKE FLORIDA :
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes; of Prices Good SAT.
I"'* household appliances and other commodities.' bravely knowing that whatever Hawthorn were visiting Mr. and --- Through FEB. 24TH :r

All of this was generally anticipated before the message rate Is In store will not be more Mrs. Edd Polk Saturday afternoon -- n __ '
a "-as made public. But the startling part of the matter is than I can stand. God has ;

e' that not a word Is said about cutting non-essential government ed His help Earl Stokes was visiting Yvonne '

; l; I costs.! That was also true of the President's budget God bless everyone who r promlll'j Polk over the weekend. : MORE LOVETT ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL

:'" message, which went to Congress early in January This Love- Mr. and Mrs.. Marion Stokes and

I blueprint for the coming fiscal year actually envisioned substantial A- 1
l A increases in non-defense spending, to be piled onto a .

i I.? I huge military budget. Every Branch of

''I t Here 1 is a policy which, if we accept it, can only lead to the BLUE ROSE ARMOURS
impoverishment) of our system of government. We are in avery INSURANCEH.

I .+ different position now than we were in 1940. when the

last defense program got rolling. Then taxes-local and state

as well as FE'deral-were low by comparison with the pres- RICE

I <<>nt. So was the national debt. And the family cost of livingwas C. WALL\ AGENCY MILK

+ about half of today's figure. ;;
It has been authoritatively said that the budget can be ,
cut by as much as 8000000.000 in fields which have noth- PLEASE PHONE 1-16"

ing to do with the defense effort. That is not far from the
Constant Service Over 50 Years
;{ amount the currently proposed tax bill is designed to raise.It I' TALL r

is the plain duty of Congress to make every possible economy 3 Ibs.29c 3 34

before approving new taxes. The people will pay what I CANSSWIFT
they have to pay, and make whatever sacrifices are necessary I

-but they cannot be expected to supinely accept "poli-

tics as usual" in this grim era of our history. 2-DAY SPECIAI.J! .
: Pit

k 51%1!! CORNED BEEF Fruit BALLARD'S Cocktail 23C. JELLO35c t.:

1 4 r ty gars PONCA.tiurqess NEBRr-- CAN FLOUR 5 LB.49c 3 FOR' 21 1

I 'Heautlfully! Rebuilt (i
II I Wherein I enjoy these winter day to the fullest and be hsppy In ,
day The snow falling softly; the it. I do not have an ache or pain ,
11" i cold and the sunshine I ride II IIi I these cold winter dnys. The snow Itonus! Free Buttonholer COCA COLA OK t
through the night; with Don. lies white outside. my window. It 'LARGE SIZE SUPER BRAND .'
I If t could by one stroke dispose'''Is so clean and I love It.
t. 1 of winter. When I went to get the mall I : PEPSI COLA crN.19C j

(f AH h"le we know It. undlaulplluej this morning ItValO below zero. RINSO OLEO

'.r and rough.Exchange I suppose It Is ubout acre! now and ; I
: It for some mild pal- thi snow just squeaks as one PLUS DEP.
lid season walks. I had: a letter from mvarm's Iii '
f'. I should not do it. Mildness Is wife In Indiana.' They have AMERICAN OIL FLAT

t not enough : had snow and cold weather which i I 27Cnox
,_'! To satisfy. a prairie soul who has In the late years has been unusual SARDINES 4FOR 25C 25c IB.
Been born of blizzards, suckled for Mint, ntute. She wrote me that

on black storm I my mm Albert said "Ah, I don't ':
J I And weaned on wind. Let the mind a little snow." Hah! that '-
J' I f ltm surpass I makes me h-ippy. So this morning
,'7 '. :
.Rach: outer! in Intensity. They I would I not roll back time if I ". .
"I form I I could. I would not change fi, & "RllnsA. F
'( d
strong walls against the bleaker ,seasons. Ten, stranger I love winter f f

bitter weatherOf I hern. We are so well preparedOur --JEGEIF1S
lonllnesa.! Their harsh gusto big house"is warm as summei !5rIY 32.50'LL .
eta free. Inside and coxy: No dirt no mess '...- 1
My bound passions on a longer 1 the furnace Is In the basement $ :

1 tether Ln..t Sunday Don and I went' NEW FLA. RED BLISSPOTATOES
I count the snow and high winds Vl ltlnlC. I really dressed up and I DRY SALT FRESH PORKBACON
rompnny- wore my new black coat and' !
i --Helen Harrington.I I spring flowered lint Whoopee! $1.25 WEEKLY 6 LB.25C

have read the above poem The DeSoto glided along and Don $17.50 DOWN HAMS :
mrt and over. Some how it justxpmscs looked MO nice In his new suit and NEW MOTOR ,,
my true sentiment. Al-j overcoat. H* wore the muffler!' 6.YR. GUARANTEE SEWS
tho I wee not born out here on|I I gave him for Chrlstmis. He hasa CARRYING CASE NEW
the prairie, at heart I am a pioneer -' good looking new hat too. "'.. WIRING NEW fiVE SPEED R'INESAI'C r 29cBREAKFAST lb. 55c| j
and a little rough; living h"\|\ hail fried chicken for dinner and NEW IY MAKING APPLES ,
ah ays been good for my soul. Asa came back thru Allen where we PRICe. OVER AND OVER, .
child In Indiana I walked a mile 1 have another. nice! Mortuary. Don SA'ITS DRESSES, DR>>ERll SLIPCOVERS .
to a country school through deep own the building and all equip. yOUR OWN !
now and cold weather. If one I meat. It Is a big house too.I AND CHILDREN'S ClOi wEsStot PoYF KILN DRIED BACON LB. -
walked fast enough one kept had an announcement from
warm. I never did mind the Ralk I.utz. Florida that Walter BELOW
and can recall\ with fond recollections and wife Joanne have a new baby F fOR fREE s rsm'logDIL.1 POTATOESS LB. 45 Skinless \6VEI HERS a
how my lunch froze and t girl. That Is Mrs. Strickland' -LB. ,
I often ate. frozen meat sandwiches, daughter from Clay Hill. Nice letter '
for the school house was never from Daisy Lang. They had
I warm enough to thaw things out I I been attending revival meeting 1--- -- e. - - FRYER BACKS
: cuuI .1: FROZEN LB.
back on the shelf where we kept I I All are fine.Helpful FOODS -
our tin both pails I have been I I i Hints. When making 412>> W. ForsythSt.Jacksonville .
reading\ the life of Herbert Hoover 'cranberry!' pie add raisins helps to FloridaWITHOUT
witch, U running now In the Collt- sweeten and give It a flavor.11..n i iI BAG SAUSAGE
.r'. OBUOATIOV I would like a FREE Hometrailon Df'mon- J RUSSOSTRAWBERRIES LB. -
Read it. It is truly I pressing out drop cookies use a I i ORANGE JUICE
of "
your beautifully rebuilt I
i! I
American and Singer Sewing Mattiliicomplete
a great story plastic cover on the bottom of a
A ( These. days pain so happily andI I gins. Save butter boxes to put I with a FREE MfTTON IIOI.KR fr }12.50' I II II
toM' Don thin morning at breakfast !I saunige" In and hamburger In 1 COTTAGE CHEESE LB. 1

"It Is. a happier. time living In your deep freeze or locker'! I am Name ... I Ir f -
t the fi ty years of age than the, saving all my parrafln from jelly. I I I ----- 5 for f 99c 3

thirty yea I'" 1 and putting It In an old coffee pot.I Address.citjr -._._. -n.._ J JIf Pkgs. 99c JUT
I have always been soul In I LB.
a happy Bummer when I make Jelly _.._ __ .
with most of life t
my being ----.9Uta
opus in reheat as I have washed I
tnlstU looking ahead. Now I don" d and clean so as to ore. againI II I f r K. F. D. Send Stifle. Directions II 1 NATION
look ahead n: I Just ll\


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8 -- -- -- -- ___n_ ____ ___ __ ____ ____ ._ __ __ _ _u.. __ __ ____ __ __ _____ r.\GK TIIIIERTimes

told of a trailer camp on road 100 I young Wesley presented her witha "nnhlrg, ,, f nod. i hen t \ ,mat, isle and. Mar) -. .11 ".),mr.'. ,,1e ic.,, .IT.IKlrlri In Circuit t'"r' llraiUord ('ousts- 1 1I'i"I, .nd., i \\ ,hi. .. ,'in plillnt I I ifft I JluT, I Ii >.1.1I I
And near Long Bridge. 60 they too rather belated "burfda a* i ?i 1 1. HI 1,11w-\ ( --I I I'"kno",, nYi'iini t-'lorlitni' la I Manner a< ,Us "liar.. < ,M,Irrntn,-n of MIII Ideni I 1".I! i<'hl\l'I''I I i i \ i r'
came on out and LO! y present I One tunnel, i nirtni'' of the tiinnu- s i I. <"|tih l l I'U to uitpi .ir. d i Nfi 'r. I h,, |; ii0. I.:. hahn, 1' IMlfta \Iw.lthuhn II".. iind of.h.r u lint Idadford, t- bk I d i
River Folks they were too n $1 50; box of candy which f.u t Ilu'rt,, N MiinilHMl i mina I : t>f nl'proxtnmti 19th. 1'"SI In lht. ubi\i nnm'il i '"m t Ivllii, \\' U*.fl'ltdHIltCumi I '"<".intTtdeffrHiih. shall puhlleh thin IIvll,< \'r.i >.Hl"bt> I I''. i. ,
old friends of the Swlshers backIn had also been charged to his 'Iv 1200 btnk. hornvpower' lit f a and iuns. wherein plulntlff **.'.kd"'or. :NII; ':MOrder 1 inlii, 'In drat 1 four" iM-i>klv laatlea.HneeH Rnv Pe lden-Prldnn, Itnil'l, k I I'' ,
wpeeti ;nf SdO revolution minute Tlrnilfitlil. o-iiiity 1'.1.1 > of I'uhlli-ntlon' Sod Nollre to ,
per graph \\
Lee Ijizcnby Findley Ohio | my hit ml and official seal I loan" ll iii-h Krlilii.Att ] .
IoIe{ so they have Mamma. I with electric' venerator unit exrHeiof shall puMlah this OrVr In n. xt rum. '1 \''''.''.' al-tlM '", for; ." i II
really been visiting. The Hosmaos The M. S. Hist, retilrad for the engine" offered wl'l'k l tactics.VItnri I I Mai Kiirt *; lire ho, whose: reKtili'imt; Tlh, HIS' I lllf.- i- I I
Hayes of Gainesvillewere \ Its' 1 nknown. and whiiae, P I* Ad
left switchboard, radiator roollniciiyiBtem i"'v hand and official scat] U>FFICk.M, RM"1.1 A. 3. Thomas .
selling; out all) Monday for home. out to their: farm Monday fuel system lubrication system tit sinrkr. Florida, Hill February iilii'"H I.I I' O tl..x 530. WUKI Point .\. clerk of aald Cnurt In C .Ireffilt Court llrflilford flintyl .
are .
cs ''I'lettNnut. I < l rliliti In 4 ,
Jersey nani'erp
| New <
Kelley Is getting his Mir 'Intake nnd exhaust eynJemp.nlr 14th ] 51IOFFIt"IAI. Mv lint
this week. Mr. branding their herd of cattle. They start system. all ronnplete with 9EAL' A 3 Thomas I You nn rMuln'd| lo appear "n tn "Cr"Nhv, tifpuiv Clark Ittitici" I l:. ",..l'It.IIII''. I'1..1 jo," 'Junlu' i
T Flunk Uindriini' ''
? fertilizer Htuikc Florl'la
to move to Miami out. Suppose he'll be said that they' had enjoyed a week- electrical I vlrlnv and .plying ready A. Clerk nf said Court ( March 5< 19.1.! In the nliu\e. num.tl, .MIX M for fir 2'9'' 41 S'l'! !M.irltralr Lefndint" .."t ,
and .
f .. Bv Court CIIIIH > wh r plaintiff CUM. S I1Order
for llu'
ready to plant early. ".rill Ion. All as let forth In Mil Crosby Deputy dork ; : r
c m and family visltlia end visit with their on, Capt. the MptM-tflmtlonti on file At the of- T. Frnnk;, Lanilriim.: xinrkr, Florida I seeks ilUurie enl i general ermluthl '-- nt fubllrnlli.il Anil \..tli-e 'I'i.enprer .
,a and Mrs. W F. Mrs. Susie Andrews of Starke Godfrey Hayes of the Air Force fire *if the fhiperlntenrlont' of ruhllo.tllltl. AIIr"a nr ite 4t 89 (I{'Irl.t. Itrudfmil l County T'>l iriaph, la IrriiU' Mr was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will! Texas. ,' .... stnrke, "'Iorldl.h.r... theymay publish this Order In next tour l-'lnrldai, In 4 hanerrr.Alflnl Jennie, !MHi-Utalr. ah"ea ri idi t!

providence Sunday Andrews. Mr. Will Is fine Capt. Hayes accompanied be examined by interested par- !. Clrrnlt. t."...... llrmir.iril. r... .., i weekly Nxitr rs timuea a my nut off u lot *i ...il'at I ltlldelHi.. I'lHll.tlff. ".. An- I'nkmiw .
feeling 6 other Army personnel. to Gaines tie*. "" I' thin: : \ ir" linii <: ". 'torn. Defendant.1line. You are required to *),i piar < raMnrrh
I these days. Huts must he accompanied hy ACAnhlera F'lu'ted In <<< fcnnrrrr.Prank Kiai-ke, Florlila I Februao I I8WAt L No. XI4Order l-'th. 1961 In the abovo nanv"1
Andrews family yule Morvn. Plaintiff, vs Marl I. 4>( I'llhllcatlnn tndnllrr TilAnprnr Court! and iituaii, wh.>riin,. plitlnTI, :
Check hid In
sh hondo
and barnBr' We are glad that Carl Nettles I It The R. J. Turners have heard amount not lass or than five percent an Moron! Ili-r>i.ilnnt.. Cue No HIM! VIII.1l'YFICIAL' .\ A. J. Thoma aieII' fl.I.'U' lulAiiKelenn .....k.* divorce Ilrmirord i:.'.intTelearrapn .
waffle ,
nlrr nr .. A* Clerk nf said roiirlHy
jtith a Publication Nntlr Tvpfnr '..
back home from the (SCO of th" bid. ( ndnlnrn. whose realdencala hall pnhliHt i this' Dud r
hoMpltal. He
Mr. and from William Turner In Cordele.' ( "l' rK: OP Fllilltltt Int', Haven Cn>*by, Deputy ClerkThan .
Ly evening. Th. HiicceHeful, bidder shall a lv. a I K. No. 21 Nevada Avenue, Kant; In next four weekly IssuesW'i'nes.
Marl lie 40405( Oiiaranty' Loa
most of L. **
; slept Monday but Mora whose residencesrd '
and children he was Oa, who has suffered another contract .surety bond for 100, of address 1'iitlilliiK". .laikaonvlll. Florida, KeanaburKh. New Jersey. mv hand and offl. lal veal :
Andrews feeling well enough to sit in his hid In'l'nHnow: PIt 'J You arc remilrefl to' appear on at l Htarke, Florida thin February ,
up stroke. He was ill this time You are iiitipil| to appear on March Attya. tar 4t 2 fIn : : I
t Mr. and Mrs. Bryan very The City reervea the right to aocept March Ittth: intn, In the above namedt'onrt Kth. I4MU'KKICIAI..
of Alachua and the car Saturday to come home. and the brothers and sisters went or reject any or all hid' and 19th llfil In the abov named Court. and cause, .h..ln. plaintiff : HEAt.) A. J Thomaa. rAn I
Ilclren He walked into the house from to waive any or all terhnlcalltlel In and cause. wherein plaintiff mirkillvorrc. rlreult fnart. Itrailford CoB...r.Plorlilai seeks. divorce, flrailford. \'.."n'v Clerk of laid Court I {
Frank L. Tomlinson to see him. He is still a very sick awarding the contractItoHrO custody soul control of In 4'haaMr7. Teli>Kraplt shall nilhllMli this Older Rv Haven. Croahy. Deputy Clerk( : \
the car and has been going to the I of llond Trustees Minor Children, liv .t..n"ant. and Ratty foiitelirleiler, Its, lot Iff vs. Lad, In next four weekly lanueNVitneaa I nay Helden-tielden' Vlilllcllnr.. Z>ay-
rats. table for his meals. man.Arthur fltv of Hlark, Florida other.. relief" Iiradford Comity Tel.- wig Pontenrlvder, Defendant \ mv hand and official' ..GRIat tuna Roach Florida. \ i
Mana Wiggins visit- and Bonnie Wilbur and Planed: H V PemoreiitSt .aph xhiill pnhluh, thin Order In ('"oe No 34I murka. Flolldil' I thin February. Ally, fur Pit, S', 4t 313 .
Everett Hen f roe Is in the Vet- npWitnunicess Order of Pnbll.aflnn Sail "lotle* Ti
son Jimmy of Cortez Colo who C"'n"'nTO my hand sand
An- ,
Troy I
Sunday. In 1118 311 official seal Appear KI'tTH UK FI.OII11)t TnilI.uilwlfr .. j
,k erans Hospital Lake City and ------ - - -- - -
Smith went with have been visiting Bonnie's par- it Stark. Florldn. thin' FebruaryOFFICIAL PoalenrleiUr. whose re-1! I I
* ogan If he has no back set It Is believed l4'h. ]q61 dent and address !*' tlold caster
ents the R. J. Turners left Monday \11'1919 [ !' J. Thoman.A lfara lulaiiil. I
he'll be home this week. ALL WHOM IT MAT COVCKHN: : -ClerkAf IloapltalV"
land Lou Tomes for Jacksonville where they Notice I I.. said. New York
Emma hereby Klven 'to All rlnlnianta Clerk AVAILABLEI
ylgp Bill and Tlv llnvon to PURE TIRES
Marie Banks have ss) and r"ronbv Deputy Toil are required appear on NOW
Starke visiting Mr. their plan to live for a while. ""NMan.-e creditor Neweome'of the entat of T. Frank I.nnJrum Mtarko. F'l* rlilAttjr .. March. ti 1951. In 'the al.ov named,
es IF. Tomlinson Sunday. and guests Bill's broth. R. :J. Turner. Jr.. Wylene and file viMir claim' duly that sworn unless to. with von" for Pit 1:11; er sister-in-law James and E. K .
daughter: Betty Perryman County Judge of
| Wendell Moody were visiting lra-raplt. hall puhlli.li title Order III
Ire Circuit Cnnrt. Itratlford .
Hradfnril C..fy
fk Verna Davenport of t'onntv. Florida, within AT
Indianapolis with his next four weekly' 'lashes. I
Hazen parents recently. Klnrlilai In < hamrrrr.nulln
Mrs Wayne calendar month from the first
K] Ind. ,, Wllno mv hand and offl*'lal seal !
Large crowds have been puhlicallon of thin notice. your claim lnmptnn. Plaintiff v*. ..
of Jacksonville at. Attending James a'o'.k.'. Florida this' January SI.
.. n
l' Mrs will h barred by the nt Hampton, Defendant,
Obey Moody J
td Lch Sunday at New enjoyed a the Park o( the Palms Church I.lmltmlon This the leth day of ("R... No. 2R7Oritrr I9MOFFICIAL RArA.. J. Thorn -
birthday basket dinner Sunday at services Fehrimrv, Taal. nf > .iiMlfa.n *ad ntlce To Aa Clerk of ald. Court' PURE SERVICE STORE
}) t Church. They were her home. All of her children were Ethan Pe\ Itt C Jones' AilmlnlstrntorTf \fttrmr r\rt 0.' ." .""II> \ 'I'.., Hy Haven tics ,. liepuly ('I"rkT.
"rand. and Mable Sapp took 2:18: James n. Hnmptnn whose residencesnd
their 41 aiD
Its of & Frank t.andruin, Btarke.: Fin I
M there to enjoy the occasion with nddress. IN lTnknown .I
Mana Wiggins., Thelma. Merrltt : .. for Tlf. Ill 4t IIU
her. > WHOM IT V\Y -\filM: Von are required| to appear on Mllr..h19th.
AnAndrew and Minnie Granger there one: TAKK: NOTICE! TH\T A 1R4S Merjnrv 19M In the shove named Courtanil
/ Speaking of birthdays. if you're night. They said the services there Clnl Ci 0".e, Engine Number .raiiim. wherein plaintiff seek.divorce In Irrult I'ourt, Hradfnrd Counlr. IN WIIITK WALKS
ddt h Sunday. "ever up a tree" about what tc I H'lflA-21S3ISS with an praled valueof llrailfnrd. Conntv' Telegraphithitll .'|"rlilal' In I kaiieery.Kutlrla .
Swishers are enjoy. were wonderful. leaps than 11,000 was neliied, 'In publish this Order In next four A. Mamaelll. Plaintiff. VI. 670 x 15, 710x15, 600 x 16 670 x 16 760 :x 16
1O buy for a present just call on The I Bradford County on .Inntinrv 1 weekly l Issues. Stella: !MamaulllH. Defendant ,
"Chicken Wolves" J. 19111 1
this they ..
visitors nay N. 8341
Dhioan I for violation of Chapter sat Florida Wllne mv hand and official anal l Case
|d Mrs. Dwight Powell Wesley Moody son of Seeber and are going to get up a petition and I 'tntiltes.' 141, a* amended and that at 'IIMrk.' Florida, this' February Order ..t I'Mhlloalliin. And olli'e Tntunear
Beulah Mae Moody for a suggestion have the writer of this column"fired" I i I It I I. the Intention of 1..1.111. Hchott 14th KM HTtl'K OP FIOIIIO4 'l'ei
ir, Kathleen and Mrs. ; he's full of em! He did not Director of the State HaveraKil Department ( PRAT!' A. J. ThomssOFFICIAL. Pulls MamKellla, whose. reHlilenra, IN m.ACIWAI.I.: .
J have 'been here in from writing the news. of Florida to retain said' A. Clerk of aalil Court and address. lag; Oournarou, 9. My-

{ trailer since January so attend his mother school In took Starke him Monday"Sls.IIY" They affirmed It to be legal and property. Department for line of hv Flnrlda the'State' on Never.age March. T. Frank nv Ilnven I"n.lrum.Crosby Stark.Deputy, FloridaAlly. Clark. tlleno'You, tiroace are required: to appear oil 000 x 16, 650 x 16, 760 x 16. 700 x 15

I Mrs B. A. Hosman and that they would sign off bv "The 19, 1951. a* I I.. provided for In Section' ., for rif. Elli) 4t a'd: March 6, 1161 In the aliovo nun..1Co".t 820x15,670x15AND710x/ ; 15
to their maternal grandmother's 5U.all. Florida and, cauae, wherein plaintiff
Chicken Thieves The writer insisted Statute, 1941.. a>
and .
the Saturday were Mrs. Joe fIn..nd"d.All iIrenlf' Cnnrt. flri Forsythe !In Lake
that If they'd sign their persona claiming any rights or .....1.' IM <'hauawey.ltaym"nd hull' puhllsla': thli Under
Butler to spend the day. Beulah interest .. In next four weekly laiiea.WIlnnK .
names she'd resign and rot beflr..d. In or to Raid property or any F. Dunn Plaintiff. "
Mae works in the P. O. there and The subject was droppedImmediately. appear part. thereof and are to Junks hereby claim required within tl> Olive K. Juno Defendant Casa. No. J4t at Htarke.. my Florida hand: ,II't. 1 :; '.I/.3 TIUJCK TIRES:

Mrs. Forsythe decided to go to thirty (10)) dav from the date of Order nr Piihlleatlnn And 'atlr. TVArpmr lUG!.
fHONE 218 Jacksonville shopping Instead of the first publication or posting of KTt'lK OK KI.OHII Toi (OFFICIAL As Clerkof J. Comas 650 x Ifi 6 Ply 825 x 20 10 Ply

working so she left Wesley and OFFICE ITLIE.S! If we I thiS 66310 notu.. Florida* a. Provided Rtatuten, by 1041 Section, an Olive address 1 K..I!is Ounn: fllSI: whose Havennworth residence Place and, Tly Haven Croeliy. Deputy aald Clerk And 700 x 20 S Ply and 10 Hy

ONIAlORIST his little sister In the house and don't have what you want we'll amended to the Slat 1-Vveraa- !>.. Alexandria l Ton recjulred Vlrirlnln'; :. :to on T Frank I.andrum Btarke, Fin-
are 4t
nnrtment of Florida.' appear Altya. for Plf. Ill HillIn
forbade their leaving until their order It for you. Hrar
[ mother came home for lunch. Of Telegraph. >a*. and In and terminate.to said property .hall Court aeeka and divorce cause. and, wherein ratification plaintiff..fagreement riroolt Court, llrailford Coiiatr.Klnrlilai ., USED TIRES IN ALL SIZES

I they promised to be and stipulation, Itrad- Ifi Casnnery.Marl. .
course good T.ewla M
i In flreult Court. llrnilforil Cnuntr. Peverage Xcholt. Director Stilt ford County. Teletraih' | shall pub-. llladva llnrone, Plaintiff, vs.Samuel .
little "children". When granny l'U, >rl''dn' In 4 hnneerr.Miilln .'10 Ot Department of Florida. lI..h I this Order In next four werklvantiea. 10. \Itiirone: llefendatitOa .
A left-Wesley did too! He went to "'','plfll". rinlntirr.. AnnsOreKlln. t I 1 0 ** Nn IIftn(
rtorenrlant Casa Hn 525aO.ler In ... \Mlne my hand and official aeal Order Of I'uhllradotl And Settee '!'" PURE SERVICE STOREMadison
0WERS the drug store and told the clerk of Piiblli-ntliin ,n>l %e..li
that he "wanted to buy his muvera Anon. "rp..llwh"s'r 11'E Of.e F6911111t refldi'nt'e, and Tot, Edna. AnI'''". Wanly T'lnlntlff v.. 1991.( .. SPAT' : ) A. J. ThomasM K Parotie, whusa. reldencaand
LL OCCASIONS Well the Rudolph Woody, Defendant.rae. Clerk of Bald Court address la sal l Cliimion Avenue
"burfday present" address InVnreUI: .Ilk I. No.2tr 'I and Walnut Sis. Starke Flu.
\, Plnlnnn' Palo' YnvelnvliiYriu N. H3H4 T clerk being used to suggesting and Order of l uldiralins tilt Yntlrer, Frank r.an.lr"m. 8tarke, KlaAttya. You are required to appear, on
are reifiilreil to Marsh .
trying to assist their prospects itch 'Illl. .In' the nhnve npitenr named on rnnr Klldolph a BI..er "a rtlM: or FKIIIIIII Tat for rif. 2iZ H ti", March 1St'h, I DIM I. In thii shove named, .
Woody, whose
remdeuo IN
and herein -- ---- -------------
offered this and that but "no" he rntipe plnlnrtrf aeeksdq I I'nknown'You ,
sere Hradfnrd') MI'l'V, T..t."I'h"hall
| .
would what he wanted. He nre required' to appear on March
buy nuUllnli I Ihln' Order In next four
last In the above named Court.
r settled on an (8.50 Evening in weoltlv IpivtieHWltnemi and cause herein plaintiff seeks
m* hand and official teal
Paris set! The purchase was carefully '- nt Slnrhe }'J''hll1.' thl. Kelmmry divorce hall Ilrnilford Countv Telea-rnph All
Order In next four
8H GARDENS and and Hth 1951.OFFICIAL.. weekly
attractively wrapped issue.11'Itness
( !RF' AId A J. Thnrnnn.An .. BELOW
handed to the proud pun-hater.. He Clerk nCnlil' PonrfTlv nt mv hand. and official I enl I '
.Starke. .
POTTERY put It under his arm and !said TTn-n rronhv Flernitv, rlerkT lath 1IBI.lOKKICIAfj. Flnrldii. thin February ThesePRICES
Frnnk FI'ridaAiN'n k
T.nin1rum Stniki' '
N "TJh-charge this to Muver." They fur sir J'lfl' 4t 1 9 SRAT.V' : A J. Thomn. a ,
ED PLANTS I A* Clerk of Bald Court. '

did! Wesley strolled down to the fn demit, Court. llrnilforil Pnu ul r. By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk. Ceiling
HVERS WIRED P. O. and presented his Mommee ." "r'd"-I" < hiineerr.Miiir'ln I'll* 4t aiD l

Bt'iiHh! Mae. 10"1Pln'"t' II'?. V". 0":01': In Circuit
with the Court
llradford .
kNYWIIERE present I' Kill. feiulnnt. fine V't R0"0 Cenntr
thinking her mother sent It to her Order. of IMiMlentUitl. tint \nOer l 1.. Vlra-lnln lorlilni' In hancerr.
1111thYebh, Plaintiff '
...' V
\IMMMir "I'I t I .) ri.OHII TIMOT'nr
t Stark Homer II.V..hh. .
was simply "over came! When Defendutt.Case
I KnMip who*** rfnliti'nre' and

she got home she was really over' nilrlro. I N.'. yarn of Olni-k Olr"l'i.nillmni" Order of Publication tiiil, %No.i>III''toapn.np SZ2H MAXWELL
< ) llnupr tlinxpeA fl H,
I "came"! When granny came home I .lahrre. AuMrln, It NI'4'IM Webb, OF whose Y'I.OIInit residence ToHomer IK. HOUSE
Von .HI- rt'Miilteil'' to Appear nn MnrrhIflrh. I'nknown.: COFFEE 79c
1QR1. In the nhove named Court You are rftqulroil to appear on Marchtilth
mid >mtNtvhereln' aenkSdlVurle Pound
i plaintiff
1951 I. In the above mimed Court
ru t"i1v of minor rhllilnrmlford
The DRAPERY SHOP ,ioiintv. TMeirranli phnlllHiMIli and divorce cause, care wherein, custody plaintiff and pontro peeku LIMIT TWO
', 1NSnr.IVlfnel.a Tinier' In next four of minor child] nrnrlford County
IV Teletzraph hall : !
n1hlln.1 and "trldlll t seal puhllnh thin OrderIn
110 V. WALNUT BROWN KLDG. "t. sti'UiKl'illdn. \IlllK FMIirilnry Wltnea next four weekly Indue. '
16t mr hand And official Kent

h, :last.IUFF'I'IAf.' fOl'_H.) A .T Th"nin nt IZth fttnrke.1n81OFFICIAL( Florida, this February Palm River _HUNT'S
UPHOLSTERY A. Clerk "f .n I.. Court
Tlv llHV-n Cro.l-v' M'unlv'lerkT ( FlEA I.) A J. Tlioma' Bacon 43C 16c
Aa Clerk of said t' *
,. ,
Fiik r.milium Htnik FlrlllAter'
d LIP COVERS 6 DRAPERIES t<"i rif. S'ie'! ti 1,9 Joaouu.Hy rTliYen K. Skipper.Crosby, Depulv 191 nrahamrtullillna CNk Sliced. LB. LARGE'SAUSAGE

;, :Jncknofivlll. Florldn.Attya. .
Furniture Repaired And Refinished MIIII, K: "!'<> Illlllll:lit for rif. Ell! RraL.il lililo will liini \.1\ l l.v Ilurionnl > __
Estimates Without Obligation .if Rand .rrll.I....... Cltof Clrrvlt Court, ll.adfnrdwanly.. '.
f smik' Fioililii, until 7ifl: n'i'In.' k Klnrlilai In CNaneerr.K.lwnr.l .
t I' .\1 l.i; -I i. t M Star, dnrl Tim. the 11 ""I''r..II. Plaintiff HOME MADE A REAL C
and Atli dot ",f Mnii-li, 11'1.1\! the ''itv, Mary Sorrell DefendnntC
Pick-up Delivery
CI I lid f ('|1" Hull, "i'lt\ nf8'ink *.. Nn IIOrder : 49
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I I'I II Miss Thelma Thomas f WED IN GAINESVILLE I Dinner Party [Birthday Party BPW To Sp0nso;

I _..., Morris Fashion
For ShowThe
Weds Mr. Thornton I.11., For Dr. Herlong Sylvia
I' Thursday Feb. I 15 Mr; M B. Herlong entertained I' Sylvia Morris celebrated her Stark I

I at a lovely dinner party Sunday sixth birthday, anniversary with ft'eslonalVom'il
Thelma Virginia T h () axdaughter ,
\1 ? celebration of Dr. Herlong's In her honor by het tor a Fashion Sh
a party given
Mrs C E j
of Mr and I
..0r : j'n at the the FloridTh/ p
birthday anniversary
Beam and Elbtrt Earl Thornton I mother, Mrs Annie Mae eveningMarch .
I home on N. Walnut street
| son of Mr and Mrs. W E Thorn I on February 13. In connection
w :t
ton, were united In marriage In II The large dining table, overlaid After games were played, refreshments theatre :will hov/
28 1'the Church of Christ on Thursday ,- with a white linen cloth held a of punch, cake and Ice Bandit' Queen'

.. .. ""4 I I' evening. February 1S'';, at 8:301 i graceful arrangement of blue cream were served to the young bara Britton andy, e
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o'clock. The pastor of the Church larkspur and pink carnations. guests, Those enjoying the party y i11
Methodist Choir Tetston-Andrews Brother Victor Jones, performingthe Centering the six Individual card with her were Virginia Thomas, modeleu |;
ceremony against a background tables also used for dining were Dickie DuBose Jimmy Thomas, will be from local n't, '' ,
Holds Bake Sales I of white gladioli fern and tt'w''w'wa bud vases holding the same floe Peggy Henderson, Clarice Thomas, tickets B. P.may. be purchu;,' raid

For Organ FundThe lighted. candelabra. al arrangements. Gunga Patel and Farrell Thomas any W Club m(;-

The bride chose for her wedding I \c Among the 28 guests helping Dr. slon tween will now be and March !II
Senior Choir, of the First Irons mauve satin with brown ac'ceasorlell. v Herlong celebrate the occasion were With at reguw]
Class Meets prices.
Methodist Church has held two j Her corsage was white ) relatives from Leesburg. Jacksonville I

very successful Bake Sales during carnations, Lake City and Micanopy. Sharon Hall Mrs. Bertha Pearce h

the month, realizing & total Mrs Luther Addition of Jack, j weekend guests Mr.
pan hostess tc and I X(
Miss Sharon Hall was
to toward sonvllle, Ulster of the bride was WOW Circle Notice Godwin of Palatka
of almost $140 go and
profit Deal
members of the Evelyn
matron of honor, She wore brawn Mrs. Ed Enaor Jacksom- "
the organ fund. with brown end white accessories, i Regular meeting of the Wood- Sunday School class of the Methodist -
Mm. G. S. Newcomb has served I Her corsage was pink carnations..I .1 man of the World Circle will be church at her home Tuesday adult class of the First"?

8B the chairman of the bake ala The best man was Luther Addition held Tuesday at 7:30: p,m. In the evening: of last week. Church of Galnr ,i tilt||

'. with the assistance of Mrs. Albert Y of Jacksonville Serving* as I W.O.W Hall. Plans were dlscuano for a guests ,"
Alice usher were Warren Wlnkler of j All members are urged to be wiener roast party to be held In Following the intetlnj 8110 "
Lee, Mrs Nelson Green, Mrs ,rrt '
# I Starke and Dave Penoyer of Jack. present as delegates will be elect- the backyard of the parsonage on ess, assisted by her nShellle "
Anderson and other memhera of tk I sonvllle : ed for the State Convention. March 16 at which the young Hall, served, refru, ,
i the Senior Choir. Mrs. Newcomb
states that the Senior Choir plans ,, Mrs.. Beam mother of the bride, -
t brown dress with :
1 to sponsor a Bake Sale one x wore a crepe
day a month to be held In satur'j brown accesHorlen. Her corsage ,
\ 11 the Slade Gas Co. office. was of pink carnations. I Because

The Senior Choir la rehearsing ..-. Mrs. Thornton mother of the 1 A&p l.k's
i | groom, wore an aqua crepe ureasi I ) '
rt at the limo for an Eaat..rCantata. '
present Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anders announce i with black accessories. Her ; > ONLY
to be presented on Baste the marriage of their corsage ,was also of pink carnations. ::fl R

Sunday night, March 25, at 7:3: I daughter Juanita Joan, to George, J

p. m. In the Starke Woman's Club W. Tcston son of Mr. and Mrs, J. l After the ceremony a receptionfor Ai Prom
r B. Teston I
The Cantata In entitled "The Song of Lawtey. members of the bridal party, Your
The marriage! was an event of Donar.I
relatives and close friends A
wa t' .
of Easter" written and
?v compile"by 12 .
February ceremony being held at the home of the bride'sparents. .
Herma von Berge and the must performed by Rev. W. H. Hall In ." ..fI.p'S .,
was composed by the famous com the parsonage of the Pine Level I The brides table was/ overlaid I CnOl.men'Comer 'el. r; 4.... A:".i ,
' power, Roger C. Wilson A cordial Baptist Church. with a lace cloth and a '. .,
1 Invitation will be extended to the Mr. and Mrs. Tellton'are residing rangement of white gladioli and .." the Poucy
!In Starke.McRaeCurtz. fern. The two-tiered wedding cake I "MeetStlm Sic Cuts four (
public to attend. "'
> \ we use ourintensive ; '1/ rOlal
occupied one end of the table and Eood

I Beta Sigma Phi the -crystal punch bowl at the Mr. and Mrs A Z. Adklna, Jr..are pictured above following their marriage : em.t01ee.trlWl* B'bBo. '

other. which took place In the First Baptist Church, Gainesville, on program.You '
Miss Marlon Kathleen Curtz, Mr,. r
David H. and
'i I The bl-monthly meeting of Beta daughter. of Mr. and Mrs Jacob Miss Lorraine DuBose Penoyer sisters, of Thursday afternoon February 8. :Mr. Adkins Is the son of Judge and are "'M Boss V Because
1 Sigma Phi sorority will be held Curtz of Portsmouth, Va., became Mrs. .* Z. Adklns of Starke. They are at home to friends In Gaines- Aap
the bride and Mrs. J. A. McIntyre -
di Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the the bride of James Edwin Mc.Ran, Mrs. Annie Mae Morris, and ville where :Mr. Adklna has law CJfflc..s.I The men and women of 6qarallleesS

home of Mr*. S. O. Denmark. son of Mr. and Mr. Russell Mc. Mrs. Selma Brun on, sisters of AtoP are keenly aware that All

=- -- Rae on January SO at Elizabeth the groom assisted In serving.Out I their success and ours depend Advertised
,- ,_ EngagementIs Shower Given
::::=:-=-=:=== : N. Prices
C The
a City bride was attend- of town guests were Mr. and how ..eII..e ('ae'8.
by her mother, Mrs. Curtz. Announced For Mrs.
l Mrs. David Penoyer, Lorraine Du Lappe 1 hOo
Seaman McRae, who Is statton- Bose and George Docker of Jacksonville please our customers. abet .....,... .u 0' ,.....
DA.BJ&CTARKE ed at the Green Cove Spring Mrs. J. A. McIntyre of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Maxwell! :Mrs Herbert Green and Mrs That ia why they strive price celltaga
FL-: Naval Bane, and his bride are living Auburndale and Mr. and Mrs. Mac Wimberly announce the engagement Fred Selley of Fernandina entertained Bar )
r ) i at present with his parents.when Brunson of Orangeburg, S. C and approaching marriage of' on Saturday afternoon at always to give you better, B1'efI a full1Veek.,
'I' a stork shower honoring Mrs. Rob- and better service. ThOti
I For a short wedding Mrs .
their daughter, Winifred to )
FrI. Sat. Feb. 23 21 111 Thornton ,WOI'n,. anus., .. ......"._..... crt Lappe. The party was ,given: Can lie Market P
--- -- -- rare Sure fires
dine suit with brown accessoriesI Charles M. Schneider, Jr., ton ol i In the home of Mrs. Gr.>en', you any suggectiou 01 s..rl Co

.-. DOUHLB FEATURE -. ray I Mr. Thornton Is an employee of I Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Schneider, Sr., mother, Mrs. J. H. Fields. *that will help them do "All Pace g AJI.1 Day You S6ai i
LUCKY LOSERS the Seaboard Railroad and the of Denver, Colo and ZImapan Floral bouquets of pear blossoms their job for' you? Please .Items flof, ._ ....
young couple will reside In Starke Mexico. and azaleas and Individual bowls write. Ruarantee "',"" llncfading' that
I.p<. flnrcpy and the Bowery ( The wedding will be an event of of camellias were used by the .d Februar3'

Boys ( ( :Choral Singers March 8 at the home of Mr. and hostesses In highlighting points of 22phru Fnbir.,.. .
lntere..t. The living room table helda CVSTO'ffiRn .C'b
Mrs. D. 330 .L .
ANDBRAND E. McCn.ll Overhlll
Heard By Musicale lovely center piece of pink carnations AaP Food Store
: Drive San Antonio Texas.
1 and narcissi. 420
of FEAR Lexington Avenue
: Patrons of the Starke Miss Wimberly, who until ..
Musicale recently -
I _
I Games were played<< durng; the K.H York 17, N. Y. ,.
With JimmyVakely I were delightfully entertained at a was employed. with the afternoon ana prizes were awarded t I

R Cartoon and Serial choral program at their' regular National Guard at Camp Bland- to Mrs. C. J. Powell,, MrsWayne J, -
meeting at the Woman's. club A & I' OIIAUK; A
1\ a Tups- Ing' Is a graduate of BUS in thli Sargrnt and Mr. T. G ;Snper-liight'MEAl|

Sun., Mon., Tues. day Mrs evening.L. A. Canova, ,president class of '44. Mr. Schneider graduate Lappe.Carter of Providence aunt of Mrs Pineapple Chunks, No. 2 28cA ;

Feb. 25, 26, 27 presided over a short business from the school of engineering The honoree received many lo\e- & 1> GK.VDK' A

*o'eeSeeeft'eVt meeting followed by a chorus of at the University of Coloiadu ly gifts from the :SO; Invited gutets'! PEARS No. 1 Tall sii'iit; : RIGHT
County Fair singers present by Mrs. R. A. and also furthered Ills engineeringcourse 28cA
Green. Those taking SALT BACON
part were
Helen flame Allene Lawson at the Colorado School of & I' GKADR: A 3'
Itory (.alhOl..., Jane Nigh e Tenly, Patsy Benton Mrs. Collette, I Mines In which he was also ft\ e. Fruit for Salad, No. 1 tall 31cA SUPKR: IUGIITBACON

2 Cartoon: and News Rosier, Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Mrs. I graduate. He later worked for ten
you have enough B. C. Mann Jr. and M.... R. months as mining engineer atHumphrey's & I' GKADRAAPPLESAUCE: SQUARES. Ib.AZALKA 3'

\Ved., Thur.. Feb. 28. Mar. Green who nave beautiful A'I Gold Corp., on their
i Windstorm Insurance. tions of "Oh Precious Savior" and project east of Starke. -
... DOUIII.E FKATUUEConflict ... The young couple will\ make
1 Waited For the Lord" FRANKS
accom- A & P GKADKGrapefruit. Ib.
We Sell itl I | panled by Mrs. 1.. A. Canova. / their home in ZImapan Mexico S

:' l Group singing./ : enjoyed by all where Mr. Schneider Is in bu.sineas Juice, 46 oz. 23c .SI'PER RIGIITPICNIC

I present from their new musicale '
f With John Wayne Charley E. John song book. ,Altar Society 16 UZ. CAN 4.6 lb. 4..

During the social hour light refreshments HI-C ORANGE ADE
Agency 27c
AND Of St. Edwards SfPKR: RIGHT
., ._ were served, by the FANCY SLICED

BIG TIMBER Phone I IS "STARKE" FLA. Canova homes for the evening, Mrs L. A. Met RecentlyThe :: i li OZ. CANARMOUR'S Breakfast BACON, lb. 5

With lloddy 1\1..1\. \ TREET 47c
;. regular monthly meeting of tHE LLGOOI BRAND NO. 1 SLICED
I I..t..t N..wII '...... Birthday Party St. Kdwurd's Altar Society was ARMOl'It'S 12 OZ. CAN ;
I held In the Recreation Hall of 3tEdward's Breakfast BACON lb. 5'
---- -=- ---",-- Kay ChristmasI Church Tuesday Feb. I 55c
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"C" d I 6, at 8 o'clock. The meeting was Fancy Quick Frozen Full Dressed Hen
J. A, Christmas entertainedat called to order by :Mrs. H. 1. AKMOt'K'S

Young Women" feehveen 1 8 and 34 Years I a lovely party Tuesday afternoon Morgan, Jr., president, and opened TYPEWRITER VIENNA SAUSAGE 21c TURKEYS, 10-14 lb. avg. 6 G
celebrating her daughter .
ri' I Kay's eighth, birthday anniversary motion prayer.A was made and seconded 1? OZ. CANArmours Dresser) and Drawn Grade A Fla., Freh

: I The Valentine color motif of red FRYERS lb. 55|
: THE that members of the Society -
WAC and TWA F and white was used In the Christmas attend mass meeting and receive -- Corned Beef 43c

home on N. Walnut street for communion In a body for the first 46 ARMOUR'S: 1-LJJ. CAN '
the decorations and refreshments.Red five consecutive Saturdays of
and,white crepe paper decorat each of the coming months.Art ,1 efe owtt Corned Beef HASH 42c ; Garden' Fresh f
1' offer You a Great Future. ed the table which held the white Inspiring message from the

:::1 : !!!! and Favors red of Iced candy cake with wrapped red candle.In red*. by president Mrs. Morgan.It of the. NCCW was read USE OUR NEW FAB, large pkg. 31c Fait egttublM t.Fruit*.

and white were given to the young was announced that the
Octagon r
sters. -
Spring Deanery Meeting of the
I : A number of games were played NCCW,will be held In Jacksonville, LARGE YELLOW RIPE
:, ADVANCEMENT I w I outdoors and the contests were Holy Rosary Parish, as host, on CLEANSER 12c BANANAS
won by Jimmy Malone ( lb. 121
a' and Roger Tuesday March 6. Several of the I ,
I, EXCELLENT I Dale Dixon. I j SURF large
members of the local society here pkg. 31c FANCY! YORK
I TRAINING I Kay received many lovely gifts. plan to attend This will be an all Ij COOKING

from the 13: little friends who helped day affair. PAYMENT : SILVER DUST 32c APPLES, 4 Ibs. 2Sl
FREE MEDICAL her celebrate the occasion. Mrs Ruth Meng; acknowledgedall I j
CARE I s Mrs. Oirlntmas' was assisted In the clothing for the drive that I BATH BR ICEBERG URGE CRISP
I f serving by Mrs. C. T. McCrary. In being sponsored by the Activities PLAN Lux
I GOOD PAY I I Program, of the National' r : TOILET SOAP 13c LETTUCE, head, 48's 10]
Small Down Payment !
Baptist WMU Council of Catholic Women.
I SECURITY -o I The meeting. closed with prayer Balance Monthly I II BARSweetheart FRESH CNADIANXED

TRAVELI Has Program Meet I and atl0p.m the business. meeting adjourned ASK FOB DETAILSYei SOAP 9c RUTABAGAS lb. S
The program and business. meeting j
of the Baptist WMU wan held Blu-White FLAKES 9c PUERTO RICO YAMS
i I by using our new Type
Iin the educational building! Tues Presbyterian Class I SWEET POTATOES lb. 9
day afternoon at 3 o'clock. I Has Weiner RoastMrs. wciccc aub Plan,a mull down Spry Shortening, 1 lb. can 37c ,

The program was opened by I payment will put the world'sfinest 8KLKCTKD: : LARGE SIZE

sinning "Bringing In the Sheaves"with W. J. Epperson Jr.'s Sunday portable-the All New POTATOES 33
Join fheWOMEN'S Mrs. Wesley Andrews at the school class of the Presbyterian Rtraiof ion-inco your home AP 10 lb. bag

I ARMY CORPSWOMEN'S piano. The devotion was given by church held a wiener roast now! -and you have a fallyear PRICE POLICY FRESH STRINGLESS OR POLIO:
Mrs. E. D.Tenly from n Chronicles In the Epperson's yard last Friday to pay the balance plus a
orI followed with prayer by Mrs. S. R. evening. fault! S Storewide low BEANS, lb. 23
i I carrying charge. So why on hundreds of
AIR FORCE Sparks.The The young group enjoyed roastIng watt?-come in tad items day. "
ten type this every instead of
program topic "If" was wieners, hamburger, and j just a few"oneday" HATH BARPalmolive
I Now given bv Mrs.M. F. Haaen and Mrs. marshmallows over the outside portable beauty to-d.-uy the or "week-end" specials.
I r A. D. Tenly, closed with. prayer by fireplace pit under overhanging> new, exclusive features Amazing SOAP 13
Ibtre' L. D. Hall'.... lights. After the refreshments the Miracle b..Ftagef Fitted e advertised prim (including thoee
I The business meeting was presided group paired off and went on a Key* Simplified Ribbon items not subject I.>price ceilings) are BARCashmere \

I( over by the president, Mrs S. scavenger hunt, with the winning Changer..AND MORE! It's guaranteed for one week even though BOUQUET 1S
|H. Sparks Prayer was given by pair winning a prize. Later in the. market
just the right he tat fastest... prices
become a part of the team of men and women who I Mrs. Anna Rlcharde and minute evening the young folks Bothered best go up.

have a vital role in the Nation' Defense Share the feeling of the last meeting were read anJj,Jin the Eppermon home and poppedcorn typing performance J 1 We. believe tMt
of really doing part for Freedom! The need li howl! approved. The reports of other officers and played games. TRULY THE ONLY OFFICE policy htlps our A
your tuilomen & P
were given and .c..pt..1| Joining the fun were the members TYPEWRITER IN PER.' salt mart money. Food Store
r See your nearest WAC-WAF recruiter and learn about the The meeting was closed with. of the class: Mary River Stub. "-I.-AL, SIZEI With the
interesting and profitable career opportunities awaiting you! correct price marked on
'" Margaret Rose Duncan every
prayer by Mr, :T K. McCIane. '1 Kuhn and Oliver Asplnwall Richard Bradford: CountyTELEGRAPH item, plus an itemized cash register slip The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea OKatlr

U.S. ARMY AND U.S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING STATION See the NEW REMINGTON: 'They had as their guests: Clair ...you. know what you lave at AaP. c..t.... C.prrl.fct..U. inns

POST OFFICE BUILDING -- STARKE Portable Typewriters at Bradford I 'Jean Mundy, Lanell Dodd Marlon 300
Comity Tpl"lfrapll11 East Call St.
the ailtantajp Harrington and Ben North of
I EVERY WEDNESDAY: AND THURSDAY of a> ufamlard machine lacomment I :Stark. and Emma Jane Canova of _C" Starke Florida

i portable lie. Gainesville Stark, Fla. ,
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Morris Williams of Starke. son Take a fling at the TIII\; O. Luncheon And Teas Could It be because they were "il "t nk.1 F'I .., "1,1'.i th|il}, F.ia| T\ 'i .ITtll. l,. 'T, ) ,1,1 "d I I' ,. {i1IeI I)
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I I I'i ,1 1 I I I Kilt "I 1 I ),. 1 l's-i t I II,,1"1.I "
of Mrs. J. M. Williams of klcki'd out of Study Hull? What I. ,. I .. .',
Way- d'l '
1.1"1 I VI- Si! \I. \ .I I Th "" M il I In.n' | '.1 I in I I y
cross. Ga.. who is stationed at Mrs Nelma Keen visited bet' ( For Building Fund about thK Lemuel ? Ail flrrk of xnld Coiirl.1I ; I' nnil,t ill I I. 'I .,' ,,1.1, 'I,
.. I Its! Uiin, i '1.-l.v'. |IU.hIuitS'| I l.-.k 5hItIIflg! .11 1 III'I", .'I, \ \' II i
Camp Atterburg. Ind. has receiveda mother. Mrs Grsce Saunders in Hev Gals' Hnve" you ". .n Mr I \ link ., ,. .., ,.
I Given ByVSCS I./I"dlllm.| Stark. Florida I till JO "v ".f ?.t I hI'1 I 1. I
corporal's rating in the past Jacksonville. Wednesday and Edwards new hlh'r'ne'? Prittycute. I (", IMf .' iJ 41 I 111NIIIM'M I.r 'itiium limlil. n ,...ii.I-, i "j
of WH>' J'Kl!' (' ft tS'I.I.
week. of last week. Chunri drnttots think 7 Mow do ,1'1''O .. ,
Thursday The First
i t 'i' '*il from any i'"r'' i M I >i '
will have a Church Dinner for all ,you like that mostat-he? The ::\:: 'lie ,, I in:, h-rvtiy Iven that th which th.r. I..n ..\i-iu,, L. -' ,.' '
THE are rngsgtj In bunlnen rusd. AM all .
NEWS I tu lai'ln i it i I. i I''
\\auh out for the THING Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver and members Tuesday evening, February question' Is'oul.1: he look better >,11,1 1... ihfi fl, titii.,1 t nnmr of state..flk half of nit pftr/iif'iut, > i( -

v v .. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver, III 27 at 7 p. m in th* I without it? I r.",'il"IIf'I i ..-:t.pf Mlnrkn| Htn,,.Hruilforil lit 114-ltl County Went, funitliM, of.\11'nth flsal'.nsl''r'mlnv' ), .aK. \" i" Ip.rvDt i iifii '

Mrs. M. B. Galloway and Williston. were Sunday guests of educational building. It was an- Seema "The Thing" la coming to 1"1" II"I l Int",l.I, ,I.. rea-lntrr nld t....- >rviMl
i Gay and daughter.jeraldinet :Mr. and Mr. Fred Selley and daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson.Mr. this week C H. Nav IStarke March 3. What Is It ? And llll.iil 1 ,, imnif ,In the' .offlfv I tif t C'lerk At'IpsIIto. -
nounced by
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Linda of .
Sue, of Daytona Beach the 1.,11 i-.uiit, or Bradford "ffri' T..p. Ilifte, rnH'
and Janice son of Fernandina were weekend I worthy. General Finance Chairmanof will it bo as popular when It Is I I'onnlv 'I... 10'.1' ,, of NI. anil$
the weekend in Jacking guests of Mr. and Mrs, Herbert spent Sunday with Van Patel and and Mra. R. F. Young spent Fund :discovered ? But the cutch In. .1 M t4Ii.. .uuk |n", x JS7 Stark. Fin VK'i, ..; nx\i, unit ,
family. Mr. Patel is a guest of the Building .\ I KIII.II, I,. il,x it;, xinrk' Kin' :NK'i.; ..' HUQItt. and
Mrs. Gays Mater Green. the Galloways for few the weekend" with tfietr son-in-law II Plans for the dinner were completed you have to pay. 2'13' 41 Bn, (''it, 10 q" J.T JNW' tVH
Cook, who underwent a days this and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. C. at meetS 1: Hear Ed Massey. is home. Sure N' '- It .04 !!,I' .i
I week a supper .
in Daytona Beach. I II.I e\ '
$\ .
er on Saturday. :Mr. and Mrs. Eimls McKnlght Martin In Ft. McCoy. Ing of the Board of Stewards! held will be glad when you get back to It.AH",1, 'r.inty. I"Inrld&t. PcI- .., nit', I in 8s ZK:I .'noTltfCTKBH
and Mrs. McKnlght's father E. L. last at the homeof school, Ed. Surely .do mlas you. r"'v I" Qr.1 / ) flP TIIM' INTEKNAI. IM*

Mundy Jr., Mr. Guy Langs ton. visited the McKnlght'i Mrs. Daisy Perryman, Mrs. Del You make money" on the THING. Mr.Friday and evening Mrs. T. II.llIade.. / Whnt's the fad with the boys liiirmiHnt,,NUTU'K,to 1 II s.rllon IIRHRnv, tl OIVKV of Chnnti that. PMOVKMBVT' OH.* Kfj4Mllt KI'NIl I A 01" THHHTATK

s. Charley John. at- daughter; Dolores at Florida- Colley Miss Barbara Colley and the nerved by now? You guessed It. Overalls. mint I..WK. or Klort.ln., Ai, l I.. ,,, tWT I-t'.A J. THOMAS Airimt
jprlng faahlon show at Southern In Lakeland] over the Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis were Mrs. W. J. Chandler was hostess Mrs. Slade, !Mr.supper NI\ worthy out |But they are cute. and quite prac fiillriwlnir known IIH.1., .the., .'11.Ml'ltl'IIV.... "",,\ In ArT Hrilitront, Ih I r,T.uol"I. fund
weekend.Dr. business visitors In Macclenny Toiinty, Florida' will |I.. ..,r" ,
(Washington Hotel In tical. Who could have originated i ml I r .r Bradford Counts
to the Canada Church I
Club ,
Tuesday eve- lined the plan for the I sill. at ,imtill.' i.uicrv, for the blah
Sunday afternoon. ItAir
Monday. this, Idea but Connie Clark.
ning. for the of providing -
Dinner purpose
and Mrs. A. Y. Covingtonand for the completion of the I j What happened 1 to Hetty Wil -_

Irs. Robert Green and son, Irvan were visiting Don't forget tho T1IINU. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sanders and I new church sanctuary and liams'' clans ring (or rather her .- -.---.. -j--" ,IL'

J. D. Doyle attended friends at Cocoa Beach on Sunday.Mrs. family of Valdosta, Ga. were Sun I educational building.
j Elk's meeting and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Oaks and day guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse I The Rev" A. A. Kocntllne!, pastor Talking about cl.tHs rings, where" Prompt Ami Reliable; I
L. E.
Aftlnll Miner of New Smyrna Bobble of did Billy C's to ? It couldn't!
lye Oak Sunday. daughter. Jean Jacksonville Newsome. !I of the Lake City Methodist" go
Visiting her sister Mrs.. J. have to little girl la the
i they visited the formerly of Starke moved" Church will be te guest speaker gone a I
In White H. Fields this week. bark to Starke i 9th grade by the nnme of Ann I
PT Memorial Thursday. occupyIng Emma Jane "Miova of Gainesville at the Church Dinner. Mr. Koent- SKE

the Harold Wall home on N. t'nt'the,' weeKend with Clara line and members of the Lake Johns multi. It ?
13 Ft. Gold Seal Conxolcum anti Walnut street recently vacated by Jean i Henri" Pauline Q. wont to Reno
Mundy City Methodist Church have recently COLLEY INSURANCE
Arrmlrnng ({uaker linoleum at the James L. Coopers. Mr. Oaks 1 1i i completed a new $125,000( ,to get her" hair fixed for. the F II. AGENCY

Hart Furniture Co. Is a salesman for the Acrobatic Friends of Mrs. George Ander- 'I sanctuary without any Indebted. :A.don't Initiation.think Looked? right well. G; I K: N K: It A L I N S U: It A xc.:
Shoe Co. will to hear she has been i you
eon regret ness. Mr. Koestllne la well known
Darby Peek who Is employed as confined to bed the past week. and loved throughout this section :> Hey! What's this? Joan S. has" I I 11 I (6; S<.. Walnut St. Phone 25

an electrical engineer with the I thought that I Ijwas It
Mrs. Eunice Newsome, motherot and his many friends look forward Jerry's ring. /( C. CAIIU COLLEY AgentIi
Florida Power & Light In Lake and else. This.
Jerry soneone
Jesse Newsome, has moved to Hurry down to the THING. to the opportunity' of hearing .
City spent the weekend with his Atlanta Ga. to be with her of February lilt such A triangle I don't know -fl" y, .<
daughter him speak on the night 111LflLJTh : : :
,mother Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. :Mrs. F. A. Moore. Mrs. T. A. whether" I'll ever" have it straight _.. - -.'
Miss Lois Newsome.i a nurse. 27th. j
Steele and grandson. Frank [or

mx I Visiting Mrs. B. T. Thomas and ,ters of Gainesville were \val-I I The regular business meeting of not.Let's get serious a moment

her family last week were her Attending a family reunion and guests of Mr. and Mrs. the Methodist WSCS was held In You really should! have" been out

mother, Mrs. F. P. nines of Branford birthday dinner in Providence last "Mundy Jr. the recreation building Monday afternoon at "Pnrk of the Palms" last. week

and her aunt, Mrs. J. I. Sunday were Mrs. J. H. Fields and with Mrs. Titus Olson An 01,1 fashioned revival with old II *

Hines of Clearwater. son CharieR, Mrs. L. G. Miner of I R. L. Epperson and, son Ray, I,president presiding. time Religion. Really iloen you

NOMATSHER New Smyrna Beach and Mrs. ft.1, Jr., of St. Petersburg spent Sunday I A nominating committee com heart good to hear a man like
The TIliNG In E3. Tanner of Baldwin. I Dedicated To Community Service -
istarke Mrh. 3rdRev. visiting Mr. Epperson's mother I posed of Mr. A. Z. Adklns Mrs.

Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr. and with I II ,L. D. Green Mrs. E. L. Matthews that.You should have seen Ruth T "Motrie.. Are Better Than Ever"

I and Mrs. B. E. Simmonsand Miss June Patel and Miss Fran the George Ander ons. )and Mrs. J. R Walnwrlght was ap. Topplns anti Ruby Carter' ( *). S

family of St Mark' Episco- Taylor motored to Savannah, Ga. I I:pointed during the business meeting They had on big army nrks. I'l Sat. Feb. 24 ONLY .
pal l Church Charleston S. C. and Greensboro' Morris DOUBLE FEATURE Tues Feb. 27 ONLY
are moving the first Wingate will upend the bet you I know where they came" -
of March to Monticello where Rev. N. C. last week. They report" an weekend" visiting his parents in I Mrs. E. L. Matthews program from Mr. Topplnn. w"p- -.- --

Simmons has been transferred a" Interesting trip without any mIshaps Wauchula.] leader of Circle Three had charge Guess. who I saw at the skating I

pastor of the Christ Church. Rev. until entering Jacksonville on of the program and presented' the rink heat weekend" ? You're right

Simmons will also continue as their return trip where they were Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Riherd of ;""Health of the American Indl n." again Shirley" !IVnnlHon mitt, Mark

Chaplain] for the state road camps apprehended for running a red Lake Butler were recent guests of A.slstinMra./ Matthews" were Mrs. lee Norman. Seems like old. times

light. Mr. and Mrs. George AnderHon." J. L. Anderson and Mrs. Lyle: Anderson but doe my heart Rood. ,

Mr. and Mrs. ChArles Hardy and 1 I Following the program
Can hardly wait for the ':31 An.
family spent Sunday in Palatka Sen. Charley ,K. Johns accompanied Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch of 1MI'.!. 'V. G. Haile gave the devo
foal to bo out. I'll bet It's -
,visiting. Mrs. Hardy's mother, Mn by Sen." Onell Rogells and Starke and Mr. anti Mrs. H. M. Hoy, a _

'O. E. McGauley. Jack R. RogelU of Sarasota sp'ntthe Richards of State Farm attended tion.Rev.' T O. Mitchell gave a talk' dilly. How much longer Mr. Cor, _

1 first of the week In Tallahassee" I the wedding of a niece Mrs. I on "Stewardship." Time Talent ram?
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and on business. Charlene Palms.. in St. Augustine and Money." Mrs. Olson talked Spotted Kobhlo Hitch ( forgo

daughters Janet and June visited,,' Saturday afternoon." on "F.nlnrglng our membership! her Iflnt inline since it halt beet ';::'rn

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Oaks and Mr. 12 Ft. Gold Seal 'unltol..n") and 'and the need for more active work- changed, ) on (he campus. Tiies ... 7- ...

And Mrs. J. R. Crews in Jacksonville AriiiHtronif Quaker Linoleum at Mrs. Ray Mapel has been" confined I rs In the church" day. There's really no place like (4Z -_

on Sunday. Hart Furniture ('0. to bed the early part of I homo, Is there Bobble ? -'---==-XNUGDIFUSWIN6-:'=:--- a SIPUStIC SI.luiItSa

I the week ;with !strep" throat. BPW ChapterMet Well, basketball is nearly over' a a

Dr. K.: T. Kelly of Georgetown. and then track will be In si'asou, I I'lup. "Mlnlity: :Manlmllan" !Short.,

S. C. and Judge Frank Kntman of The THING. Tho THING. Monday Night HO DON'T miss the gnme tonightSee "
('o'k.U'HIIII(' lloo"
Klngotree" S. C. are guests this .\;-:. m''" "'."fII"I''f'. you there .
BUILDING Seventeen members of the ('art'N'n and N'ewwVVtl.
week of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Her-

THE NEWISAVER long. Starke BPW met In St. Edward RECENT; liii:i'iis _ _ _ _ _ C
STATE FARM recreation hall Mondiy evening for
,\I".. C'lutp. ft ".\""UI MUM VN.Superman" \ .. Thur., Frf.Felt. .
regular February meetIngPresident ;
Miss Theda Braden T. C)I. KITt'll Jr. Serial
liy Mm. Bryan Wnltrleld" Pauline Torode and VicPresident anti "I'.n.-I.y
formerly of Starke was the guest I Dr. and' Mrs T. G. Hitch oJackHonvllle CJohhler' ** i'artixin 2$, March 1 2
STILL AYAILABLENow's of Miss Mamie Henry from Satur- I Pat Lambs presided over announce the birth
s up to 54 gallon to Wednesday.Mrs. Bridge ('Itab MeetingAt the business session. of A
day Thomas
I a son Griffin Hitch Sun., Mon. Feb. 25, 2IJ
last week's of the Secretary Helen Mitlone I\n. _
och meeting
r wothdoy Jr..
The Time To on Saturday afternoon In St
T. O. Carter of Providence, I State Farm. Bridge Club Mrs.. J. nounced the State Convention to Vlncent'a HuHpltal Jacksonville WARNER'

Somatic OrRemodel and Mrs. Leo Clay ol, I C. Wallace was hostess having a be held In Miami Beach, May BROS.
-yet no wringer. no .Repair daughter Mrs. Hitch I. the former Marian' _
at her home 17-19. A letter of thanks was real Tclclimlj
{ no bolting downUNDERTOW Cottondale Ala. spent Tuesday desRert-brldge Thursday I Brown daughter of Mr. and, Mm
AGITA. with Mrs.! J. H. Fields. afternoon In the room where for a box sent to tie Florida Itdustrlal H. C. Brown. ,

SHING the tables were placed arrangements School for girls In Ocala the LA

AWAY-FLUSHAWAY 8631 PHONE 8632 Miss Thelma Green plans to of dainty Spring blossoms Maryon Arnold reported on In I ,...'.... C ....ri. llmilroril. C .>.t...i i Highest i

spend the weekend with her aunt, were noted. Powder" was awarded progress made with plans for the I'lunmtlm frlurldMt. In M.I 4 hnnrrrr..."..,..* I"Itt,I Intltr.I I Mountain

frcelain top lot extra work Mr*. Emma Creech. In St. Augustine to Mrs. J. G. Godwin who held Easter Fashion Show to be held! Ita I i'ti' C ('ii rter, Ji' JiirniliinlAT ,I. JlIARJ.

ANNISBUILDING high score, a box of soap to Mrs. on the stage of the Florida Theatre ....1... 0' .1u. IiI.a I I..ii S(..o$55! "tiIeP N.. 82M'I .. .
WonJertub (gumnteed J. n. Kite for second high score I ", Wednesday. March 14 at 8:3 .... % I 1.1 iii.' H 0 BII. % .!..I _
i ,. *. .
lUlnrt I
writing) Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles were and note paper to Mrs. L. F. Chap.I p. m. Costumes from local store In Unknown'u'.r.; J. wh" lilnn SUSAN NAYWWDjj/ _

} does the work-you don't called to Miami Sunday by the man who had the lucky card in'blngo" ,I will be modeled by children" of the Von, up* r.'q,iulri-I l to. alp'III'I ..n i BRiAN.AXR R O'TJOY somm E WUIAM lUNOIGAN -
MHrrn. muh mot in in.' ,,i.Court i.\ ,, ,i.I, I HtNKY Kim
ire to be there community. I i?? Mt M _ _
death of a niece. They returned' mi.I ,niiHK, whT.m. pliilntir' I tcwri.ca; : ,:,==:.::- '-5 5 i/44M IIOTfl

SI. ..... -Applt..es.- ... SUPPLIES, Inc. to Starke on Wednesday.Mr. Community (1ub Meeting Annette Simpson In. In charge 01 I A50 trI kN nf lttVori.1 minor: *,rhlM j IUI,';i:, I.Ilin-lfinil,s* .lly I Mini,r.:i.;Ml \I lxii Nettn IIn.1! "1"'N.lh.| | lImll, )II
Drll nn
for this event with "
/ Japanese magnolias and other i posters ,Iv Tdwitrniih, shall .\1.| H> lf Culm C'oiil.l Hlntc" C'art.siIl
piiIII.ji' thi
I I... than the ..,,-..goouto..c 736 So. Main St. and Mrs. E. E. Gunter and Spring flowers were used effective.ly I Rosenberg Mildred Supp and :In ,MHxt,.four:: wxrkly\ NMI, : "> 1I"I..rWII C'art.M.n
a niv liiinrt 'snt. "fri. ml I I -
the ii
i Melba Partin ticket com
In on
I washer. decorating the Club Room
I GAINESVILLE daughter." Betty, of Jack.Onvl11espent So lift" ". 1"1'1'1", t thiN'' .P"111"iKliI .",I'
the weekend with Sxt. and Tuesday afternoon for the mcet-1 mlttee; Pat Lnmbe Dolly Snlllvin ,
I Ih. decorations (" | I" ,M, HKAt.,: ) A ,I Thonm, .
k229.95Per of and
Ing the Bobby Maple ;
Club. During
Mrs. J. A, Christmas. *. i'1.-rk i'l unlit 10111,'i HOPALONG
the business session presided | and Marlon Arnold June Brown. Bv Hav..n .".hv. "D"iuiy '' CASSIDY SPECIALS
USE"ANNSTONE" J ('. I iiirrNn*...---I lnw i KM: 'Ii, Hliilr.
]lee and Della n"'l direct.ing '''sic'' -
by the <'nberg
over president Mrs. R.
p.yi ."' ., .iS Rev" and Mrs. Homer Swindall P.j j k.onvlllH. I.-IB I .,'
returned home Tuesday after holding McLendon, plans :were made fort rehearsals.A Ally, '''.0' I-If, ma, : 4t 111(1( llopalonu; CasinldyBILLFOLDS! t.,-1; IIOIJlllonl{ (:'ar'tldy!

3 Month a revival meeting In Euxtls thepast a ]luncheon meeting In March and meeting will be held 1 In the' In c I.....S <.oiirt. Mrnir... .'....nirllnr t.V
The Better Concrete BuildIng two weeks.1II"g..t for .sending gifts to :young patients recreational hall Monday. Mart Kl.irl.lni I* I hi>..,-..'. KNIVES
I for, the show llnlilnn.in I'lulnllrf.
BlockReadyMixed st Hope Haven.! Th hnsteiwcs. 12 to complete! plans VK Ktinl1, ,,' ll"liln.>.in, 1..1.| 4
Electric the TIIIXS; i Mrs. H. O Bates and Mrs. George Social Chairman Mildred Doyle ''"'. <'.... No D2II4 98c 59c 98c

?r ......- ever ', Rlston. attractively carried out announced that March hostesse (a I.pp....r.r(If...!I'nbllfNilon. t'i-p., Of Klfimnt\ ,,i .>,,H..,"!''1',,.., k.. ...

Concrete Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff Jr. I| the Valentine motif In their re-I will be Helen Malone. Margaret 1':"n i,.. lluth. Kr.hlnmin, whniia I...1,
servicei Mrs. McGrlff's freshment" plate. serving sand'wlrhe Miller and Madge Mlddleton.< known |il..M. nf r...lilrniIn, int IlopalongCameras (
Delivered to Your Door spent Sunday with I I' n..I", l Avenue. Miintrowl. llntiiln-' asIdy Hopalonjr C//'Il'Ildy/
parents." Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon- "" with coffee." i A short program on pre-srhon lon or I M inning

i Ave. QUI.CKSERVICE teith In Eustls. I Following week' honpltaliza-| education was given by Melba M.Toil r.'h Il iro.f, inm require.I! I. I|In .th.|,.1"i ",,,,''pur.. nnni-.l,.e. 4.59 Field Glasses 2.29
tlon at St. Pnrtln.: Education & Vocation ('inirt .. .,
Vincent's In Jacksonvllle : :.aiH.p( h..r.ln". I plnlnlirf
?hONE 166 I Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and | for observation Billy North J JI Committee chairman. ji Tflrgrmph>..k.. d,'Ivqr., shall.... milII.h llrmlfiird$ rhl iViuniy 11.,1",

family spent the weekend In Au- I returned" home Saturday. He aln' Refrenhments were served 01 In next four, witelily I..".... Large Plastic Cake Tray With
ARKE: 1.98
FLA. berndale visiting relatives and | went back to school. ] Monday after the close of the meeting by the a rW"!'jirk".''""VI'trlIs v h..1 ""I his,' """..,,.tnl*.hr"".aI'. Cover "
friends. having been III for several] months i hostesses, Pat Lambe Stella Knpclounnn "'h. 19ft| .. '

Friends hope that he will be completely and Bobble.Maple. ("WI"I"'AI." HK4M: A .1 Thfiiinii.n ,. Stuart .
A* rt'ttl .r '..'M f'ourr, New Line of
Sate' hu<'k.. at the TIIIN41. well soon. : i ii* ir.,4 ro"h"' "'Pulv( fl.rk Hall Stationery 29c up
i 11111 Wllllnini.I..,"!!,. fliitl., .
ALEAH'S Mr. and Mrs. G. F. SeweH and I Together with their visitors.1 1 Mn.-k r II .H N-iif.-h. .l.akitint 'lor. ''
family of Marlanna were guest I II Mr. and Mrs. Bill Atwood of Jack jMet, ; Recently Ally,* fi.r I-I" 223 41* '1"ttKlarliTir 8-Piece Plas-Tex Patio Set 2.49
sonvllle Mrs. P. 8. Crews am .
Mr. and Mm. Cecil Sewell from IS ( eaP.iIpsdl.rd. '.
of """"
Mrs. C. D. Seller. and her dauglv. I The Bu..lness'omon'. Circle or'I In I ".n.....,..
Friday to Monday.Mr. ters Patricia and the First Church held IMI W<.ir''mi Emma Lou wen r'I Baptist IAI".. kii.wn. n> !"rrol .....p.,). 1-lHln.' Thermos 2.98
and I. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and I business and program meeting. ii',. ".. I>.... 11..11"1'' '"" "...mi.r. .
Cook .
Mrs. D. .
and .... .
'.I..n" .. .
Mrs. Bill Rivers In Lawty. i Monday night Frb 12, In the edit' No. uooj
....... ,
Butch. of High Springs were : It! I'xhllrnlIon \..* ""tI... Tfi -
.. son, and Mrs. Saturday Mrs. H. F, Lerks and I1 catlonnl building. Mrs. Kate Siep- 555.s. "r..I0: IIY .'1.'.""" .,.... TINTAIR
;od 'tid Sunday guests Mrs. Irene" Roberts of Palatka pard president Mrs. J. O. Gary tir.tts kICnr 5155 ",....n,... wIi....
Ewell Lawson rMNlflvnf' and ifftrcitH FM tin.44! 1
I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. led the devotional and Mr. C. A. AY.ns., ( tiS.fls yilln... V.. w V..rk 7lh $2.001'1"' Ta.
Thomas. Mrs. Thomas. and their" Knight{ presented the Royal ServIce T..'. *r* r..'l"'r, ."l fi annoar' .? I
F.t'rboily 8a)" What? The" TIIIS? Wtrrh 15th l IUI. In the ahw nftn..t
utile daughter Kathleen, were" program. ,r.ln pin In""
FLAMIKO} DAY\ John visitors of their Palatka relative, ,I j This was a forerunner of the ."..k.* rtlvor,... l-rn.lfnril fnnnl'rmmVh '
and Mrs. .
Mrs. Jack Briggs. \ hull niihu.h' I Mil. ornVi, TintairApplicator
Wilkes of Jacksonville Mrs. from Tuesday. until the end of I Annie Armstrong week of prayer I''n ,..st four ws.klv IO.I).. .
Love this week. to be observed In March. at which Wit,,... my hand unit nrflcUl, ml t
and Mn.Fred .
L. H. Hill of Lawtey '
Guy of Gainesville were Sun Visitors of Mrs. Lola-Johnson I time the offering will be used for ( ::2:' - 35c

day guests of Judge and Mrs A. Z.Adkln. Sunday were" Mr. and Mrs. J. B I home mission I ( .
Livingston and their son Charles Hostesses. for the evening were NEW

Saturday March 3 .. I of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. B. I Mrs. R. B. Alvarez Mrs. BlanchnrilLaw 'I) LOVKLYSHADESJusl :

Lawson had Montgomery of Griffin Georgia Mr. A. R. McRae, and Mrs. For FREE
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. I Iss \ '
their weekend guests Mr. and and Mrs. W. F Godwin. Mrs Sheppard. ltru h It On !

Chandler and Mr. and Mrs. Henry -
Mrs. Henry Gradlck of Dothan.
Godwin of Starke. '
Alabama. Rev. and Mrs William Cofleld BRADFORD T. Ve COMK. : IN AN" 8.:1oun: : _

Mrs Emmalyne Mathews of of Lake Butler and thoir visitors, HILITES LINE: OF
Parade I Ocala spent Sunday evening with Mrs Jane Plant of Chattahoochee

Flamingo Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan Sr. Valley Alabama were dinner .. Demonstrationin Costume Jewelry
guest of Mr. and Mrs W. O Bojvt You lure should have beenat

student at Engrain< Monday evening.During B. H. S. last week. The "BetaBirds"
Faxon. a
Birds are paraded only once a Florida-Southern Bt/ddy spent the weekend the paat week Mm were Initiated In to the Deltah Pearls $3 Earrings 29c -up

with $ i.. mother, Mrs. W. D.Fsxon. Marion Crews. Jr. and their little Beta Club. What a crowd! The your

year daughter Nell have been visiting/ girls were! nlmply' gorgeous and Nurses know they can rely on the purity and accurac''
Mr. Ethel ton. the boys were plum cute. Well nicn home
Tidwell In Ham of prescriptions labeled with our name which always
I. the TIlING the result of WarT Sunday Mr. Crew. and Mr. and they lived through that. only to Dignifies qualityVflUDiugStore
Mrs. W. O. Engram also visited have the F. H. A. girls being Initiated -
Monday. Boy! Did we have 1W CALL 239
Mr. and Mr*. L. A. Hall of Cttrs Mrs. Tldwell.
fun carrying our books around In
mere weekend guests of Mr. and I I Bob Long of Columbus] Georgia a bucket.

I Mrs. Leaton Morgan. Jr. spent the past weekend with hi.
Slakes t parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long. Spotted Shirley and Clayton CHAS. C.SHEPHERD
i in
F I In 111 !"o G F. Odom and Mrs. C. I.. Wise I Additional Sunday guests of Mr Sunday p. m. They had on twin .

visitors of Mr and Mr. .hirt: Sure Is a cut. Idea and
s_. were Sunday Long were Mr. and
Odom's brother, J. D. Odom who Maurice Edwards of Starke. After cute shirts also.. FREE DELIVERY

One of America's Foremost I. back at home In Lake CIty having been with Mr. and Mrs Who' are the Dew "campus clean FL U U II

after having; been confined In the Long for several weeks the latter's I ers" walking around the building. Phone 53 Night 273-W

Horse Races ThomasvlIIe. Ga. Hospital for the I Ipast father U S. Wehunt returned toMs picking up p" per, at third period .- -----

month. j 1 home In Atlanta Georgia What could be the reaaon for tills* a-- -
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hear week. After of their Miss Lou Ed- son John Straka, spent last Sun er, Mrs.: L. G HI/,
a request fur help from Mr Par- were happy to that WiltonConner' of last a couple ,were daughter rtaut r
FARMER'S rish who wan o bogged. down with, sow (which was bred to contest games! In which Terry ,i wards'. another daughter Mra. Rex day In Daytona Beach. brother and ii ,'
his fin., fighting "Jl't'P') Tried to Big Red) brought 11 fine pigs Mixon and family and Mr. Ed I Miss Enza Blanchard spent the George Hoffman ? ?
Futth and Gary Bennett were the
pull the "j jp! nut' and l got stuck. We're going to try to get over and wards' sisters Mrs. John Love weekend with relatives In Melrose Mr. Hoffman i
DIARY but good Four bourn later aftet see them. prize winners, the children enjoyed Wilkes and Mrs Jack Brlggs allot Mrs. George Flynn of Starke wag lough from tin. v ?
Irving many dirferent schemes a moving picture which was Jacksonville and Mrs. L. H. visiting Mrs O. J. Phillips one day I Base at West Ov, \la.. '

lly Sam McGarvey finally waddled out of the field' Expect to plant one third bushelof shown by Leslie.' Following: this Hill This occasion was In honor last week up to be with hi ':'rbo
after being,:: assisted by (of all snap beans this week and then refreshments of birthday cake ice of Mr. Edwards' birthday. Mrs :J. J. Smith and daugbter.QUln..I1 The regular m IJ
The author will be iliad to re- things) Nellie the Hamilton'sold follow' up with two additional cream and Valentine candy were I Mrs. Joyce Bennett Ryder who were visiting relatives in Scouts was held I U 's 1'1,t
': sutra (1t4'fll. of Interest coneernt mare. Guess the old 1 fashioned one third bu. plantings In sucres. served. Children enjoying the has been spending some time with Baldwin last Saturday. I ternoon at the ;

Ing the .aclitltlea' of farmer la yell of "get a hor".." is. not quite siva weeks. Idea is, of course, that party with Danny were Gary Bennett -"her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mrs. George Boyer and daughters which time elevtj, 1'1'
.Bradford (<>unty. S>igg*tlonn maybe out of date yet You can be sure it the ,front gets one or two plantIngs Terry Futch, Freddie Din- Bennett, In Miami has returnedto of Plant City are visiting: the passed their Tends! p "
left at the office Joe Harley, Mary Harley,
Telegraph or kins,
that well be lot careful that tlon.
a more we may able to her home here and her brother, Mr. Boyer Is
Fred Moore family.
mallrtl' to Sam !\lcUan..y, Lav*try, Maxine Jones Tommy Jones, Randall (
next time when we try to pull sneak one through unharmed Jimmy Bennett of Miami, pent conducting a revival meeting at
Florida. Rafuse
Jo Ann '
tw someone out, as getting tuck Is Haven't much faith In makingmuch Bradley sister' last weekend with her. Faith Baptist ('hurch.Doe jcnvRcn OF GOD .
P enough, to really make you wantto I for beans, but think that the Charles Moore, and Danny's Mr and Mrs J. L. Kelley and Boyer, Jr., Miss Coker and 8th &: St. Clair Wt
Scrapple the little pig from weeks old they are very husky "blow your top". only thing we can do here Is keepon Ola Mae. Danny received friends.some daughter Ruth Ann and Jimmie Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonvillewere ] Sunday School 10 eat aye
his little
f Porky'a litter, who almost died plICa. Going to try to aee again e trying until our money 01 nice gifts from assisted Mrs. and Dave Atkinson of, Gainesville calling on Mra. Fred Moore Sunday Morning i.nf.
of expoaure, In now doing nicelyon how heavy we can get them by Saw a patch of turnips grown patience or both run out. Mrs. Phillips was by Sunday Evening )
dinner of the Frank Monday evening
a nursing: bottle and Joy's'' good weaning time of eight weeks. The by Leon Norman which Is as pretty e W. C. Phillips of Mr. and Mrs. XV. were Jones family guests on Sunday.Mr. \ I, Recent guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. y, P.E., Service wrlhJ1m;
Dinner guests
f milk. We tried to put the little experts aay they should weigh Also planned on fixing our 8- moth- Prayer
aa anything we've seen around H. Edwards Saturday evening and Mrs. J. W Schulz and : E. Wall were Mrs. Wall's Meeting
a :f Ys. rascal back with the now but about 40 IDs. and that la whatwere h..re.Vh..n Him? three fourth acre field for sweet on
we complimented
w after two attempts ,which both shooting for, but we have corn this week and
mean to cut
failed, we are reconciled to raise not been able to get even close to on the patch Leon said "You f 1M1'a
k him by hand. Sure It Is a botherto that yet. should have seen them two weeks the field until It Is in as good con- Ser
ago!" Meaning, of course, that dition as tile fields
feed him, but we simply could I e we see all COI' J
.1t not let him starve to death and After what moat folks describe they've just started to grow re- around us here In the County. -

that I I..* what he would have done as. the coldest weather in cently. Think that one of our mistakes -
many'yeare .. .. ..
aa he was too small and weak to it has finally turned mild has been in not preparing our
fight off the other pigs at nursing Visited a field of berries raised land properly. BURIED TREASURE
and to say that It Is welcome Is .
time. We are trying to get ueedlrss. And of course the big by Wade Gasliins which turnedis
j him started eating regular feed $61 question Is: How long will it green with envy. The field! Is Will plant a little over 2 acres J-

and then we'll give him APF and last and will we get more mulched, the plants are big and In millet for our hogs and calvesto : OUT OF DATE !
f S see If it will do the wonders, "freeze "' and frost? And this Isono strong, large blossoms are plentiful graze on until we are ready to .
ascribed to It Anyhow, we have I time when one person's and there is Home large ripe turn them In to the aweet cornfield
r ,, another pet, and he is as fat now as good as the next. Hope we fruit already. Certainly hope that But big problem will be how 'As I
as a little anusage, a comparison have an early and mild Spring for these remarks will not put a to keep the stock out of field un- "Tb.a .
p. 1 V1 which undoubtedly ,would make I we all can stand some. good crops "hex" on the crop, for It really til we want them in there They ."...fI.pirlr. .
f" most pigs shudder, and profits. looks as If it ought to produce simply don't' seem understand
After seeing Wade'a berries! (and what we're trying to do, for they '

1 The other eight of Porky's lit Got bogged down with Katrlnka others,, too) we realize how far we think that everything we plant Is A .', chest of gold and inch I

t ; ter are doing fine. They are on a the tractor, again. While cutting have to progress before we'll be for them. }. Just wouldn't buy him very much. .
In a class with the real C. nj
pasture of oats and rye and al- land for "Herm" Hamilton (owner berry "-"
ill though they are not quite two of the old J. S. Austin farm) hadALVAREZ' growers around. .here.. j Our hens are doing fine. We get ,, No washers for his dirty clothes, .
about 35/ eggs dally from about \ No totted, ranges, radios
ly ....- = We did at least manage to make 53 head and while that is by no No cubes of ice to coot his drinks
Men's Clothing: a little more progress toward that means record breaking It Is '
Li s H STORE Established 1894 I I \\1'I goal by getting our runner 'plants money making and that Is why No (ant, no all-electric sinks "

out early this year, and on NEW we raise them. Not all the loot the pirates planted '
I land. Set 2,000 runners (what e *
Ij :v looked to ua like good plants with Wont be long now (we hope) Could buy what"moderns" lake for granted. ;,

good roots) out without fertilizing before we will have our first asparagus ,

R. ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER COD ) and will not fertilize until / and that will be a real treat .. .. .. '.
V. STORAGE April and then we'll only fertilize At moat U/A _nnw__ n _hair____ _ahn__._... A_ BARGAIN- IN TOUR- -- "
near the plants and not spread It shoots coming up, and that Is not .1'GGtst BUDGlT.rblt.s
,, i ::5 We operate local over the bed. This system of raising enough to feed a sickly dwarf, : SO Ut1\t% ..
: ;?"? plants was told to us by Mr. but as .we have 38 roots plantedwe J1llil MUCH..CO stS
long distance SERVICE SO
N, g dLVZpFZ G50h Y Brownlee and we are going to try think well)) get more later, ', DOES .
1 y ? t.nywbere I' U. B. It. Anyhow, If we can raise good ,

Fy ie MOVING I plant and set them out In July,, While visiting Wade Gasklns we WELCOME C VISITORS!
4 EXCELLENT8TORAOH then maybe we'll have a good saw an ex-yankee who has Just !
Ii berry patch of our own next year. started to farm here, and who True!Jute a few brief rears ago, the fabulou Have fun..come again soon! And
looked as though he was almost fortunes of princes sad potentates couldn't keep your "business eye" open

FACILITIES Saw Vernon Teaton planting dead! from work. Learned that he buy the comforts which electricity brings to for an opportunity to move to
{ s i. 4 some sweet corn for Ed Starling Is trying to farm with a garden the humblest homo today. Florida and "play for keeps!"
When you see the other 'fellow tractor and we know about how he
Agents For planting you certainly get the Itch feels as we tried plowing, with 'Re 4 'l::

DKLCHEKI1KOS.<; to get your own started. But one of them up In Jacksonville be- tit YOUR ELECTRIC SERVANT
See U8 first! planting time Is really a gambit fore we settled here and we c t FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY t1_

and we hope. that Ed hits It right. found It almost Impossible to do
anything with. So far as we can

e And speakIng of planting corn see, trying to farm any appreciable
we heard that J. B Whitehead amount of land with a garden

has already planted. .20 acres. tractor in like trying to mix: a run. In HtNHf/. MHLW.ABC Nilwori,.../,aa.deSt
large amount of concrete with an
Visited the J. C. Sapps to nee eggbeater.LAVVTEY'. tU' ?
whether they had planted yet and Ltd
learned that "J. C." and the other

; REASONABLE corn growers of that section .will
be planting this week. Had a very \

pleasant visit with the Sapps and' ,
M charges attended with the finest of enjoyed seeing their two fine boys L. II. I'ufch t ,.a r

Wayne agd Bobby, again "J. C.",
sincere serving bring to us the friendship gave us several tips on how to'I Mrs. H. C. Harley entertained on

prepare our land and we certainly Thursday afternoon of last week
; of the great communities which appreciate his advice. I with 1IItork shower for Mrs.
e Freeman Starling. About twenty -
31 we serve. Learned from T. K. McClanoJr. of Mrs. Starling's friends enjoyed

that an analysis of the material this occasion with her. After
t t. in the freight cars wrecked thn social hour, refreshments of +
DeWITT C. JONESPhone North of Lnwty, showed! that It cake and punch were serveiU.Mrs.

was rock phosphate with about Harley was assisted In caring for
7 Starke, Fla. 33-35: per rent P205. And was told her guests by Mrs D. B. Harley
I by him that Vie phosphate is. very and Mrs H. C Wainwright Mrs.

4 Funeral Director Ambulance Service slow acting and may take as highas Starling received many nice and
3 or 4 years to be of value useful gifts.
Our local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences and depending on soil reactions.. He Mrs. L. H. Hill entertained _- _-

services not otherwise available. suggested that It be used. on permanent recently with a weiner roast for
pastures the seventh (Trade. Mrs. H. C.
r r I ;
4 WaInwright assisted Mrs. Hill In -.-.
y. : We furnish the highest type service at lowest price's and Also learned from "T. K." that chaperoning the group. After an -

accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, issued by ANT a good treatment for hogs ,with evening/ of outdoor games welners

+t company, as payment in part or In full on a funeral. mange or lice Is to spray with BHC and coca: colas were sf'rve'd.Mrs .
Consultation carries no obllgatlon.ti (Benzene Mexachlorlde). This 0 J. Phillips entertained
might be a lot easier and leas with a party for her son Danny
messy than using! "burnt" oil. on his ninth birthday, Thursday -
ti : GATOR BOWL. JACKSONVILLE) Met J: L. Orr retired Civil Engi-
neer who with hit son Tom arefarmlnK this statement

M rcr ?5 Thru 22 > '>'>;J O ,NlfhU U' pr >"4j! |:# the L. L. Connor pi-ice WELDING (Only Buick "all'male
"J. L. likes living here In Bradford

GREATER THAN EVER! MAKE PLANS NOW! County and we certainly f .
an ear to the
welcome him and his son and wish BEND deep baritone song of been polished and
perfected in
l"1""" detail
them marvel every up
I /) every success I motor, and you'll know
rye wenrcn't
All ... I" through the years.
fooling when
: Are considering buying a duster 9' we call .it Fireball.

/ with which! to handle dusting our What happens beneath Again and again, compression ratios 1 hale
shf& sweet corn and other! crops. Talked that brawny Buick been
to keep
& up
to farmers here who havedusters We offer the people of Starke bonnet happens in no other car in the world. in fuels. ] pace with advances
and they are well sntie-. Self-sctting valve lifters contribute

EDITION j fled with the results Main point land \lclnliy one of the most I;Sears ahead of f the rush] t O.high-compression to silence. Micropoise balance and Ifi Poised
la that
we have to be
to handle that old devil, the modern and finest equipped valve-in-head engines, Buick was in there engine mountings add two more Buickcvclusivcs.

earworm, or else not bother to try pitching for more power from. every drop of .
I to raise sweet; corn. At least that t welding shops anywhere.All fuel.

IJ Is the way we feel about It as we Work GuaranteedSMITH'S And the silken might of this Fireball's power

J know that we cannot make out The result: a spectacular has been made
engineering more
by selling our corn for 13: cents a GARAGEAND phenomenon beautifully obedient by

dozen. We will either buy a duster you feel the instant you touch toe to gas still 1 another first'-Dynallow Drive.* t

or else use dusting by airplane MACHINE SHOP treadle.A rapid-fire sequence of tiny tornados

> Went tour. Temple Ave. Starke let loose their pent-up So we list as a prime reason why "smart buy's ..
out on a of the County power every Buick"
to see what other farmers are I five inches a Buick travels. flf..tl this Fireball power plant-and a host

,, doing and meant to call on Marrar of happy owners will say "Amen."

}# Conner, as we wanted to see his If you could look inside that Fire.. l.J
'9"t'i- ... hogs and equipment. But w. ball Better see dealer
I ... ... '" stopped here end there and before engine,you'd see why. Instead your soon.

..... t..J.. --!:. ... P'it i ,we knew It the sun was almost Let Us Thoroughly" of the flat-topped pistons used in "I esat/ard,,,RADNA37dnW/ R

Ot& \c.1I setting, and we knew we Wash Your Clothes other ears, Buick uses a turbo-top I Ie> !
AY 4 had to get back and, milk and fe,,(' !ILiJ
i ..1.r t\O\\O 0"0....\1. \ ... ''Ib so we didn't see Marcus but wewill 9 Pounds piston, like this: ,-
r. \.n ;; ol'." (f\ r soon.
\ ': f lh ,gveto etaaMb So the
, snJ11.
,1 100100 \ .JJ.SIJ I inrushing fuel
.. whirlwinds into
For a
k1n, .\ ... ..,J-, / I Guessed the weight of our three 40c! compressed
)e< I. "r that odds
bedofed js s f- 3/r gilts/ as follows: Stelle-1t8 lbs. ,: FREE Bleach It'Deslredl t tO a super urge to the
f' told to 8 J niomlle-70 Ibs. downstroke of the
/ fe !! k'U- : Runty-59 Ibs. piston. .
i .""b'.r These gilts are about six month, '
> des. old and we are not proud of their And you get the thrill and thrift
i\ >nb o' of this
j3a rr/lftl" "
1 :j weight but "
j j \ the only way we can Buick first" in mile I
Fe drive.
N 28 \ fo' floe make progress U by constantly We Will every you t
\ keeping recordVe" .do think :More
I, .-4 Stella will be Dry Your you get a tried-and-true engine that's ''
All .. f. ,.o.--:..... big enough to breed Clothes
STAR,0' ", In a few months, and hope that _

"OO" 3 6 she will make a good brood sow. For 20c
_\ c.\'f. GLAMOUR.ICERS! Got a -gson)) drum of crankcase In New Automatic Drier! t *et, wr.,8p NM aid.....,.-w/(..e It Aa.,..,_.._ i
r _
.. t.-... oil from John Shuford rOUg sEY TO OrLAirR rAt ,a
So",..." Menus .. and
by T fpl PIlflHma Cammitfa told 1 WHIN IITTII '
him that a ? AUTOMOIIlfS All BUIIT
I ALL were !going to Wilt IUILD THIM
t TICKET PRICES INCLUDE TAX oil one hog with It. John thought

..* S.olt tl.OC -- C.andilotid $3.00. 12.50. $t.90 Wf'I' wen> kidding! but honestly (;

v ,...r,... ll...."lwn tl.9O when you oil a Big Red Ita\ al- Washeteria\ Greece Buick .
I CODlpany
x SPECIAL SECTION FOR COLORED. .rv.d Bleacher $1.90 most lik oiling an elephant, as'' Temple Are '
Red weighs about :300 S( ( lbs | Starke 225
And speaking of Big Red! we .'" j AVE. LEX GREEN STARKE FIfEB
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[ Baptist Church | Presbyterian Church I vicinity want !service there thi-\ r Don Hill for their. regular month- cards consisted of hand painted

Ii i should attend Wo are" willing to.. Iv: program Seventeen were pres dollies prepared,. by the eighth, i
Jll! I! "The Sin of Adultery", the I 9.43: Sunday school LONG BRANCH continue with the services If anv- "lit. Including two new members grade' girls and tiny i.vl heartii oa

r -- !i seventh comandment. :who has I 10 a.m. Friendship Bible Class I I one wants u.. to and are Interested, : Mrs WII1URathel and M...... Evelyn which were writ' original love
:1' and who Is 11 a m. Services conducted b,I U.V Mr. J. U StricklandFIcliNStrlcklunil 'enough/ to attend but there it Perry The devotional thoughtwas I vorses. While seated at the table
committing; it will beth Dr. L. Ross Lynn, oC Tallahassee I (really no use for UI to rush ourselves "Then T Heal! Thine Land", Valentines were given
.CIi ,' Sunday morning: message by =, the way we have to do toj with the opening song "Bringing greatly enjoyed. S

; Rev mines: pastor of First Mint. Lorene Fields and Mr. have services here and rush over In The Sheaves" Mrs. Lila Dyal Mrs Sullivan and Mis- Raulerson -

Sun J8'1A A '1A 1 I i I the Baptist Starke. This i la another in PINE LEVELBy Alonzo Strickland. were married there and no one Is Interested leader offered a prayer and j gavea also gave parties K.. their
pre-revival sermons from the Rtnnd.11'11 have brief talk
enough to we on the word "If" with pupils.
February 11 at
1:30: with the single -
| Ten Commandments The combin !\Ir.... 11. M. MrRae j I' done all to help the the other members I
BAPTIST C1IURC-H St. Mark's Episcopal | ring ceremony Miss Fields Is we can people taking appointed The pupils of the seventh and
I ed choirs will sing under the the youngest daughter of Mrn. J. to revive their church and parts After the minutes were eighth grades! are now engaged- Inrlfgovernment.
chool, 9:45: A. M.v'orghIP' direction of Mrs Lucile We had a large crowd at Church,I
Green with L. they will not do anything to help read l l and approved the meeting Last Friday
Rev. B. E. Simmons II. D., Vicar Strickland. Alonzo Is the we
n AM> I Mrs Mona Canova at the Ham Services Sunday with more than l not do We closed\ with I
o .and, well we can any more. sentence prayers. A organized an Elementary School
Sunday Feb. 25th youngest son only living son
tye4 Service. 7:30 P. M. 9: a, m. Holy Communion mon d, two Classes Hundred Robert In Sunday School a'of Mr. J. L. Strickland. The! leave Itlp to you. but Sunday day was set for special Home Mission Coo n'lI.Ve have set up a few ,

tlnsr every Thursday 9:45: Church School. Classes for I, Sunday evening; at 7:30: the Montgomery the|, newly weds will\ make their home will decide If wa continue to go program In March The regulations which we consider
all Nursery 'pastor's. in I missionary to India brought In Gllroy California. y returned them to have ....n.l es. What will hostess, assisted. by Mrs... Dick May necossary for the successful opera-
ages through Junior lstCam I
Hemingway Pastor High. Faith a dieaevangel/ message.The visitors at Pine Level) to California by auto you do about it? and Mrs K. B. Watterson served Jon of a school. We are glad to

11 a. m Morning Prayer and for Christiana. The plano-organ- Church Mr.I I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johns have Wlllln Padgett- nays for his a salad course. with rookies and be !given a chance to work in demo-
Sunday morning were;
TAL sermon. duo of Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Mann i moved to Orlando. Mr. Johns Is friends to please write') to him he tea. Appropriate Valentines wore cratic situations wherein each of c'' 4
and Mrs.
Gordan Miss Cokerof
Temple Ave. Wednesday Feb. 281 h will lead the singing and the Youth Patsy now employed there still likes to hear from the folks received. by all tie. may develop an understandingof
Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
-Mjly hool 0:43: a. m.; Morn- 7:30: p. m. Evening Prayer and Choir directed by George Jones Chester Starke Dutch Fender of Orlando| Mrs. Grace Lang has return..dtrom around home these people still! W. II, Johns son of Mr and Mrs self-control. Other grades in
will sing.Sunday. to him than the L. T. Johns celebrated his tenth ho school will be invited: to !
Luts where participate
W 11 a. m.; Evangel Litany Mrs. Lois Crawford and children, she went to see I mran more
8or 7:00: p. m. Everyone The church is open dally for School meets at 9:43: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wiggins of our new granddaughter. Shesays others He likes army life and Ms afternoon birthday anniversary with a last which Friday as this project develops.The .

prayer and meditation. with E. C. Mann Jr. general superintendent Lawtey, Miss Geneva Geer Mr. all are well there buddy In the army but wantsto large number of his party school friend a seventh grade made delightful S
( and staff of more and Mrs. Robert Taylor and| Misses. Winnie and Hester keep In touch with the Clay attended. peanut butter fudge) last Friday -
than 80 officers and teachers Starling spent Sunday with relatives Hill folks. and the ones he i afternoon This was In realty
children Charlene and Robertof knows, Mr.
and Mrs Axel Olsen of Tor-
Bradford and Union at Hill. Both workIn around here. i an arithmetic lessons
est County Residents Union Clay girls In
gather. at 6:15: Olust.ee, and Mr. and Mrs. I ring toi, Conn who are spending
Take Your Troubles To Church Sunday for training In church membership Robert Montgomery and son Jacksonville. His address .Is Pvt. William K :the winter at New Smyrna Beach/, which all Ingredients were careful .
MILLIONS LEAVE THEM THERE': with J. T. Lawson director o' Brice who are missionaries to)I I Quite a few of our people In I Padgett U S 53003S21( ROSlh visited a number of old friends, I v measured, or weighed.- The
the 6 unions for various India. !this section have been sufferingwith Signal Depot Co. Atlanta General I recipe was the one given to the ".11 '
age ( here Monday and I
Butler groups. severe colda, some who have Depot, Atlanta. Oa. It I I. really our Club /girls by Miss. Ross Just before
ke Baptist Church H H. Lewis accompanied by Mr., \ .
and been the most serious are A 1111 tPadjtPIt. duty to write tJ these boys, Mr. and Sirs M Wntterson.. returned the close of school they shared
I Mid-week service each Wednesday !Mrs. Russell Carter of Hell-
It A. M. 7:30: P. M.Oer evening at 7,10:: with the bronn Springs were visiting Mr. iBabe Ktigan!: Padgett and especially when WII know they home Saturday after spending their refreshments with theelK'hl
h .
days at their
f JC. K Bolt but all to be Improving I cottageat grade.Edwin
seem want to write to them. Let'snot
Slnul" us
r Teh. 25 "Th Last Milt"'T'om I Pastor bringing the message from Mona Shaw and family In Jacksonville Cedar Key
at this writing.' to forget to write to wlllle, he Johns. who was sick last
G |
.11) of M Mar. 4 "A Faith For Your f'amlly" the Book of Acts. Saturday night. .
The farmers around here are Mrs.. Marlon Clews and smalldaughter PYlrlay was back In
Is the service for our protectionlust Mon.
Pe tul S.r'lre Mar. 11 ";Renee' In The Death Chamber" I Revival begins Easter Mr. and Mrs. II. P. "Fonts Mrs. In
Morningat Roberta Lamb and Mrs. Alice really working now that the the .name as all of the other + Nell of the State \Farm, day
' Leslie A. the First Baptist Starke with : (weather has. warmed up.Ve can have been. spending the past week i
f 4 Shepherd, Speaker I the Pastor being evangelist. All Crosby all of Plant City were visitIng hoar Wllklnson's tractor boys are. with their aunt Mrs. C. C Tldwrll. '. .l"l. ...u,. Hrariroril ('o..tr '
Buddy .
Mr. and Mrs H. H. Lewis twoweeks Why not send him communityletter i <
EST WOKSIIII'ERS ALWAYS WELCOME: ': I messages and activities of the humming- from early morning to a who Is recuperating from a recent I I-""'\"" ll":ly. l'labitlff vs. Rohxrt
church I ago after the funeral of ? He would ..njothat: more l llnnlv, I>.f n II 6' 6 I leads to these I Important their aunt Mrs. Lizzie Registerwho late in the evening. Wi can also than any other kind. of a letter serious Illness ?....r or ...hl;....... tad Vorlee'. T. I
Iw'o weeks of se rv I ce. Residents with s'I''i'' .I] of Fholiill T
hear Mr. Strickland arguing Mr. and Mrs. Colsle Rlitdon "t
In world war :2 .
and passed away. at least my boys Kmxtrt IlPHly whoHA r.sldenr. and I
visitors alike are invited to old 1 ''Pete, the mule. Really sounds were dinner of Im .
know how guests relatives In sjlflrvss : rare of Mr Hirnnnl 4
Mrs. Jodie Bleven of Plant City did. If want to we .
join in you "Meaty' R5T H ..
NO.7 worship at all services. good to hoar these sounds, we Palatka "nfi a 8tr t. Midge
attended Church here Sunday and worked this just call on me. I will" \ Saturday.Srhool wood, 17. New York. ,
VT :MISS\ THIS LAST was dinner of her sister know that fe can soon see the do all I to help with a community :leasSixtyseven .Vein urn n-iiulroil' to oppiiar on
t ) MESSAGE IN THE Methodist a guest can Mitrctl. ft, teat In lh. *bov. n..m<-,|
,( SERIES ON THE 2ND COMINGOF : ; Church and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. crops growing letter to any or all of our of our pupils went In I:.KIII t and emme, wherein plulnllff.
Monday afternoon while Mr. sume1111'101'/ service last 8un- rseks illvnrco. Ilrndronl County
E. S. Brown. who In service. .
CHRIST boys are n>li- r ph shall piihllHh this Order
The First Methodist Church of Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez of Strickland and I were planting day I l

?HAT DOES GOD PLAN TO DO I Starke will nb i>rve Laymen's Sun i, Orlando and Mr and Mrs. Bishop. beans we heard such a roaring. I Misses Gladys Bunday, Virginia nt Invltio'e.f1)y'Ii Htark I Florida::, : ul:,t end this official January seal SI,
day, on February 25, at the 11 several flyIng I 9fl.
thought it was planes Williamson Margaret Hersey.l 1
Myrick and little Venlca
H THIS EARTH IN ETERNITY?" I o'clock service in the Starke Woman's Ann of Gainesville. daughter attended church low Mr. Strickland holleredat -N/tMPTON Rarlecna Norman ami Barbara I (OKKICIAI. IH A*Ar.) A.of J. Tlmman:. i

AT 7:30 I"I M. SUNDAY Club. Judge E. K. Ferryman here Sunday and were dinner guest me to look I did and It was a Matrhett accompanied Mrs. Perkins Tly Ilnvr (Cnby, l>tu'iytl'I.rk
Hv Mr. M. C. Sweeneylticks.Ianis : T. "Frank Lamlrum Htarko, .
( will Flu'
preside. Other laymen of Mr, and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez. Navy Blimp coming right over us to the Park of The Palms last
|First Baptist Church, Hampton participating In the service will in- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and He had never seen one but I had i Friday night

,elude C. H. Nasworthy W. B. children and Mrs Taylor's parentsthe seen so many of them they do not Mrs. Perkins gave tho seventh JOLLYTIME[

BOB GRAY, Pastor I Sewell General Church School l H. M. McRae'a and Mrs. John/give me much of a thrill anymore Of Interest to Hampton folks Is and eighth grades a delightful

r LE SCHOOL 10 A.M. B. T. U. AT 6:30: P. M. ,Superintendent J. R. Walnwrlght. Schultz visited Mr. and Mrs. T. N. '' belt they are really beautiful the marriage or the Rev Otto party February 14. At 2:30: the Mg
president Methodist Men's Fellowship Norman and family of Hellbronn and sn graceful In their night Hicks Jr. of Hamnton to MIss J pupils were Invited Into the lining

CIAL MUSIC IN THE EVENING SERVICE and C. S. Partin, Chairman and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby Sat. Of course I had to laugh at my j I Hazel Dams of Waldo which took room and home made. !! cake and Ice

of the Board of Education and urday night. better half the remarks he made place,' Saturday evening at the cream were served from a beautifully '

teacher of the Men's Bible Class. Mrs. Robert Myrlck and daughter (about the blimp as well as other (home of the groom's parents Mr. decorated table. The place POPCORN !

Special music -ill be furnished by Kathy were visiting Mrs. Susie remarks anyway If that thing had II and Mrs. 0, B. Hick. Sr. The .. i iR
the Senior Chair! stalled to fall In the field wherewe wedding was solemnised In thepresence .
Myrick at Lake Geneva Monday. wr nM 1 I
Church School begins were he didn't know when he' of the family and several
at 9:45: Some of those whoattended Ute 1
viva! BEGINS, EasterT a.m. with a class for every age World Baptist Fellowship ParadeIn would have stopped or where he rlosn friends with the Rev. Bob .
,group. The Intermediate MYF Jacksonville last Wednesday would have stoppnd. Well he Gray officiating.' Edward: Saxon

meets at 5 p.m. on Sunday evening were. Rev. and Mrs. W. R.: Hall. would have stopped sometime. served as best. man tat the groom.

t< Y for a craft period and supper Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and Our Sunday School and B.Y.P.U. After the wedding the young EDS Ak
followed by the regular fellow children Mr and Mrs. Earl Good were well attended Sunday morn- couple left. on a honeymoon trip

BAPTIST CHURCH Starke ship program meeting The Senior roan Mrs. F. L. dough Mrs. J. W. Ing and evening.! We are always to points of Interest In the State.
> MYF meets at 6:30: p.m. McRae Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner glad when the weather Is nice for Mr. Hill Kntertalui:

i ** Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will Mrs. R. R. Crosby, Elane Crosby our little one to attend Sunday The February meeting of the

Revival Messages Sunday Morning: preach at the Sunday evening Francis, Gerald and Ronald School sometimes they have to W. M. U. met hi the home of Mrs.

service held In the Educational Crosby Mr. and Mrs. R. Bulllng- miss In bad weather.

THE SIN OF ADULTERY Building at 7:30: p.m. on the subject ton Mr. and Mrs. Paul Falkner, There will be preaching at the

"Lead Us Not Into Temptation Mrs. Howard. Mrs. Crawford, Padgett church Sunday. If we do FREE !
My pnriMiiial Integrity and profesnlon, harked 40
Evening ," the seventh In a aeries of Arley Sherley Benny McRae, not have more in attendance than years rl
: For Prompt FREE Removal of experience In Finn \\atrh IK
| Repairing, Uuarant/rej
,sermons on "The Lord's Prayer." Mr. and Mrs. W. Jackson Ellzi- we have been having we will nut your /
1'j, '} "LIFT" IN FAITHar [I Following the evening service the beth and Sidney Jackson Julia endeavor to go anymore for partof of Dead, Crippled, & Worthless a i W::1 of HullHfarllon. Authorize.) Distributor for Hamilton, I'h '

II I young people will enjoy a Fellow. Jackson, Barbara Conner and Mr. the time In fact most. of the Cattle Horses, !Mules figln: and |lulnaValche .

;ship Hour In the educational and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez.Mrs. time the congregation- that goes Ed '
i & hogs $ Simpson -- Gem Jewelry
building. J, E.] McRae dnd little son on Eugan: Padgett's truck In about II I

1 These Messages by Rev. Haines I Danny of Starke were visiting Mrs. df not all of the congregation that Call 132, Starke I Seaboard Railway Watch Inspector (?p; '
At The J. \\'. McRae Monday I attends. All of these. can and do, I ?
i il I attl'rnoon'l I attend at our house It Is not WE ALWAYS COMB; i 1 "Slttrke's leading Jewrlnr" '. j

Mrs. W. A. ((1\13)) Sunday, widowof Rubber nan.l* A rompli'Kline,''so far, the road is. not so had and Florida Renderers,

ndmother Keeps Busy the famed evangelist will bet j of the most. popular silt'! In PI, nnonilml -I(the wear and tear on the truck
heard at the Tabernacle tonight' quarter-pound JM>XM atBradford I land the ones who ride the truck I INC.

(Friday) at 7:30: o' clock. She will 'ounty TrVgraph. ,Is, not so bad. If the people In that

f jls! Good; Takes HadacoCOL \ speak from while her traveling vast store with of her experiences

famous husband and Is seeking to '

Supplied Vitamins B,. B,. NIacin perpetuate as far as possible the atth',1/
work he began years ago. There '

Ion Which Her System Lacked will be special music and a reading More than $ / f

appropriate to the times. ,
Three r- w-r": ..: i :< : : .. : a I'.. J
special musiclal numberswere : ..M ." riA,. ys: ,.... ..to. \ 'W ,
qualities of Vitamins B. B, brought by the young people ., .
i, Iron and Niacin but also helpful during the Saturdty night Youth We arc deeply grateful for the confidence in Gulf Life as t

P and amounts Phosphorus of Important- elements Calcium so rl Meeting Sunday, and services were were much under enjoyed the expressed by our policyowners who added $63,024,312,00 of .. (f'f-l.

tal to help maintain good health .
direction of the Thanksfor
MIt and physical fltneds sponsor, who new protection during 1950. "
Why These Vitamin and brought a timely message.

Mineral Com In Liquid Form I The next scheduled event Is the At year's end, ,Gulf Life policy 40th; ANNUAL STATEMENT

There's a very good reason whl service with the Toccoa Falls Institute December 31, 1950 .
HADACOL comes In special Quartette and speaker on owners enjoyed the total protection .>,ri ,'
liquid form These precious Vitamins
and Minerals are easily) and Tuesday elsewhere. evening. Feb. 27 announced J of $532,267,682.00 while during ASSETS" '
quickly bsorhcd Into the bloodstream In this Issue. Making "

this way-ready to go Leonard Noegel returned to the year their assets were increased to Ca.b. ;" ':"':,"'- 11ssLSSe.a 1
right to work. A big improvement Toccoa Falls Bible Institute to enter 1
is often noticed within a fen college after his 70403928.29 showing a gain *
days spending bo- / United I Slates Government 3.698.745.64
Dont Be A 'Doubting Thomas'. Starke.tween-semcsters vacation In of $9,748,663.00. the largest during Slat., County & Municipal ,' 11329851.40

After reading Mrs Battle's wonderful 1950 Railroad . 1.121.790.00
experience with HADA. any one 0 f our.O years of. serviceto ; Utilities .
COL how doubt that . . 5.332.089
can you St. Edward's Catholic
this great new nutritional for the South. Miscellaneous . . 391.64800 !
mula will help you If your system Rev William H. Neuhaus, Pastor'' __ __ Stocks (Common Stock are lots than

Niacin lacks Vitamins B, B, Iron and Sunday Mass at 9.13: a. m. } Gulf Life is a rapidly growingcompany. 2% ol total asMls) . ,. 9.277.688.39: !
First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate 34.187.843.83
What HA1JACUL did for Mrs. Dally Mass! at 8:00: ) a m.
: 4 Battle. It can do for you If you're Confessions 7:30 A total of 16 new office R.al Estate Sold en Contract! . 10487.19!
troubled with aches and Saturday : Real Estate (Including Home Office) ,. S42.78S.43
with two small 8:30: m. and before all MassesChildren's have been built be
Idr p. buildings or are *
npas well as doing pains, certain nervous disturbances Policy Loan and Liens . ,. :3.909.329.52
ftousework can keep on. insomnia when due to an I Catechism Classes ing built in 13 key cities of the South Pimium Due and Accrued 2.469553.88
1 upset stomach stomach distress Saturday 10:00: a. m.
mighty busy And Mrs. Intrsl, Due and Accrued . 434.877.09
(ttle, 807 Archer and a general rundown weakened I Adult Religious Instruction facilities
just Houston condition when they are due to obJo to provide increased and Miscellaneous , ,. 29S702IBend
poes that. There was courses every Monday 8:00: to 9:00p. :
I I when Mr. Battle didn She*> Iron deficiencies and NiacinSo of Vitamins B. B. I m. The public U cordially In. better service for Its policyowners. TOTAL ASSETS . $70.403,928.23

'a hereduwith stomach dlsI what are you waiting fort vlted.
lr and vague aches and Don't you see that HADACOL .lithe Special Lenten devotions to beheld Ask your local Gulf Life rcprc- LIABILITIES

hen she heard the) news kind of product you ne *- at St. Edward's Catholic Tentative whose name below l'gal H....... on all Policies . S 54.733.144.08
DACOL and began tak- the kind you should buy and firkind Church every Monday and Friday < Pr..nt Value ol
:Now she says she feels you should start taking ton Disability Claims 98.311.38
800. with
,. Battle was suffering medlatelylSold evenings at : to discuss you an insurance pro Fund Ult In Trust and Annuities :3.528.588.44

ncy of Vitamins B* B. On A Money-Back On Monday evening, Rosary. Instructions I that will give complete Claims poitdl Proofs' Incomplete 195580.90
benedictions of the
d gram you i
which HADACOL Guarantee
n I II I Blessed Sacrament. Premium and Interest Paid In Advance: 858.741.98

> her HAUACOL even helps build up protection. Reserve 'for Tax. . . 232.681.18
I. statement: the hemoglobin content: of your Friday evening! Way of the '
Ag.nt Cash Bond . 168.385.38
been ed with In- blood) (when iron u needed) to Cross Sermon. Benediction of the *
I and aches and pains. 1 course through your body carrying Most Blessed Sacrament. I If you are an employer I ask him Other Ltablllti . . 305.667.05

IT (bout nr: It HADACOL After the fifth and bot-be- mg elements these great to every health.body build.or II about. Gulf Life's Group Plans thatprovide TOTAL . . .S 80187789.31

' gan to feel l better. I could gan. No wonder HADACOL help Christian Church I I low-cost Contingency Reserve $1.43000000
er and rest better and the you feel wonderful complete, protection Surplus . 8.80813898
d aches were) less I have Be fair to yoursHfl Give* ,our. Robert Forrester minister of andsurgical Capital stock . 2.00000000
including hospitalization
! Y HADACOL i will the Surplus' 'for Protection ol' All Policyowner 10238.13998
.ay that deficiencies! Why continuetodrag Eustls bring morning benefits for
a P ed me a lot. yourself around a Burden and evening sermons at the your employees TOTAL LIABILITIES . $70.403,923.29
14 ay HADACOL Give to yourself and your family I Christian Church this Sunday In and their families.
ucb FIDe R.nilts be as close at I
when relief may the absence of the pastor Rev.
COL does not bring just Sand a* your nearest drugstore ityou .
of Vlta- [ Homer S wind all, who U completing -
suffer a deficiency

eVe k ioIt the possibleHADACOL cause of vsgue great mina Bi.HADACOL s. Nlacia.Is and Inexpensive Iron.amount This I Sunday a revival School meeting begin at In 10 Eustls.a.m. I IFIC II rN IDI A MTPAN I r

d pains certain nervous oo-cost: only a small The public Is cordially Invited.
ces, and a general runfcakened a day. Trial size only '1.25. .'
/I Southern Institution
hospital aJu.! ) Since
condition when Large family or
due to deficiencies: of $3 50. U your druggist doe nothave Church of Christ 1911"I

B.. B* Niacin and Iron HADACOL. order It direct Corner 19th and Mr.Mahon I

system.not only supplies layette from The, Lou l .Corporation Bible School--10 A,, M. HOME OFFICEJACKSONVILLE '-5-. M. E. Land, Agent N. B. Lynn, Agent J. H. Raulerson, Agent

sy i terns with extra Copy. 1830.: Tfce L.Blane C'OI'1>OUUODKOCH'S Preaching -11 A. M and 7:30: FLORIDA BOX 30H IMIONK: IH2-W BOX 30HStarke. BOX 3os

P.M.\ I Starke, [Fla. Kb.' Starke .Fla..
Prayer Meeting\ and Bible Studyeach
ygTORE I Wednesday 7'30 P M

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MUSICAL GROUP AT hold worker on a regular bails will ::i'; i "t *11 h" hii. I .h I'' 1.:
El Girls Close Regular Cage Season Tonight ; TABERNACLE 'Breakthrough'At Th.nu '.."Brill idler, nhall give a' "'ji"j't< 'At.Si ..
send! a report together with the ontrnct xuiety 1 Iwnd. for lW;'n ">f t thi.
Boys End Schedule With Deland Saturday Florida Theatre Social Security tax to the Collector .. IndTh f-j"
4 .
\ ('.itv, re'rve" the rlant to ai.
Sunday of Internal Revenue at the cept nr reject. any, 01 all bids and
,. I It I l"lUlI 1 "'h'nh) Th. gi rio li>Ht tiPiliika Ik'5 Starting ail i 'n
Bradford' bn.sa.ame' throng: end of each three-month period. to ual\e ati 4) or I (oclinKalitlea In "Ir./r Coon
41-2S while the bo.\s weriIr.siPg nwnidmir' the contract I iS'l.rII n '"
,, VVi'.hs,: .
with a 43-37 vluirj over Deland 41.27 In New 'Br. :akthrough"' which will The empoyer will deduct 1'a Hoard of Hnn.l Trustees 'trCinls: IRu., .P.';
ton Tue day n.glu in Bronson,N I ) tu ; 'c : at the Florida dollar City of Starke. Florid Homer B \\ .,
7 straight gamen SOl). rna Bnach. The boys In IDe.ling. ir Upy the screen* per cent. or 1H. cents on each Signed : R F Demoreiit I

i j t'm after losing floor bui '' 4 I Theatre Sunday and Monday, Is from the employees' cash Chairman, Order iif Phi|,..",
played good game ".,
Into ar' '
local five Jumped St Appenr I
: 163. 1st perlo.1 lead Uinl t jiMt could not hit on their numer. .., 2: M j, described as a monumental war wages. This is the employees'Social 3'u. Homer P.v 5i'trt. ': I '" I' t

early Khots Connie Clark led I I I'I 1 I film through which is woven the Security tax It will be "' i: I'nknown., ,
oils lay-up B
they never gave up over the rultner.up I born amid TO ALLVHM( : IT MAY CONCERN< :/: You ace" r"'ni '
Bradford boys with 10 point: I strands of romance matched by an equal amount paid '
team In the recent Su i he Notice la hereby uiven: to ail) claimant I'lh. 1961 In :
Ilaz-. and Phyllia Strickland with 11! terrors and dangers of battle. by the employer.. and. creditor of the estate offontaii ami "Sauce u .
conference tourney .
( N'ewHcni'e that unless you dlvorrp. 'ar.
en and Clark led the scoring[r | points waS top scorer for the glrJ-! I'I Co.starrlng are David Brian. The term "cash wage." is used file voui" claim duly .,worn to with of. mint,rTelegraph I ,
but I Jack Hazen was selected on th John Agar and Frank Lovejoy. because I,]. J(. IVrrvman, County Judge otIIrlld'.r .h ,
each and board not
| meals
1 column Dalbert Suzanne
I thi- whole squad played good ball I: "All tournament conference i< imSeabreeze with lovely play- be counted as wages in determining eight" calendar, riionthn from tho flint WitHf-i nat .
I Willis-\ .. won the tourney bt.. tli ling the .liaJIngfeminine. role. p"hlh..II..n of thin notice )'our claim I Stark,. F
agii-luat the fast scrappy I A salute to the foot-slogging Infantry the 530 minimum for Social will be barred .hy the Statute of 12th ll.i.jOFFICTAL.t.I t.
ton team. \ Deland 46-23. Security coverage. The household r.lmltailon, ThIs Urn 16th day of I .
I that fights sometimes with February. 1161TieWItt :
The gli*'la had' II bit of hard luck: Friday night the two teams g-. tank and bazooka but mostly with employer Is not concernedwith C. Jones, Admlnliitrator By Hnv \

li bowing to >w' Wllliston girl to Callahan for return games. clIng <, any wages the worker may Slit/ 4t 1/11| I Jniaph K . the Garand rifle "Breakthrough"follows .
6 -62. Two Rtarting guard fouled I '- out the regular season for the 1JII __ platoon earn elsewhere.On ro WHOM IP 3t rn\rFitM Ilulldlnir.r..r. JuAttyn Pli

I out early. trying to stop the Kir Is. The boy. end their" IIChedultnlght'at .lL c a gtllant through 'rAKI i NOTICK THAT A 1P4* 1 Mom.cetry I
the local ar I me of the molt bitter campaigns the household w rker." part Club, Coupe t nirlne. Numh..r8PIIA.215315 I In Circuit Court.
tallVilllMoti\ forwards Phylll11Strkkhtnd Saturday i ............. llrod,,
/ it the war. It is Important that she or he havea with an ""I>ral..ed'aill.. I In ChOneeri
upped her average per mory against Deland at 7:30.I of left than, $1000 UHH fielned In .Iw"rd 1-). "
: I David Brian plays Capt. Tom Social Security card. Those Pradford <: oun.yon_ :January 12 lP Sl Mary SorrijlOrder ,
game by hitting for 33 points. Clasa A. Group;:; Two Tourm Halt rugged Infantry workers who have never had Social I .violation or Chapter B<13. FlorUIn) .
warmed I I !totuteR' 1*>41, nn amended and that of PiihllcM ..
I nhi .
The Jr. High boys up divided Into aub-groupa. I while Agar U Lt. Joe Offlcer'j Security numbers or have lost It I I.. the Intention of rewl. M Sch"'tt, .>i>enr 'lti.: ",'

for>nih their by trimming tournament Brooker at DnytonaB 39-23 | The Clasa A, Group Two ba, \\ fr,

  • 4 : I ketball tournament will split with l It ks horns on issues name should visit or .write the for ue hv (he State Her You are r> ,iulIDth .
    Ttimrliv, : afternoon at the armory ,_ age neimrlment' of ,
    c t under of nlght-and-day Florida on March 1951, It tl
    elated HI --::.: pressure Social Security office and get !19. IDfl: I I. ., ..
    The Jr' boys advanced to the finals I sub-group/ tourneys :., I j arfare Lovejoy is the nn provided for In Section ansi ""U. wh
    tough fi03.1i riorlda Statut .
    one. n 1941, divorce Hi Jr.
    of tht!:Ir tourney, when 2 teams Monticello and St Augustine Th -:::;::, 'I and efficient top sergant the men,",'''. asa hall public)< .
    .. forfeited / two winner will play Ii ::: Practical nurses, and cho/Teurs, All poison. claiming .
    t, y won. slated to play grut/p' -- : ;::; I tarkbnm' of the platoon. any Hirhtn or weekly Isaut.Vitneei -
    c ''Stair Clan A Tournament in and other regular workers for one Interest In or to said property or any mat \ 0
    automata ally put. .
    to them. .-!:
    j frames If, is Suzanne Dalbert who part thoreof are hereby required to Starlca. Fl.
    tir'g them In the finals I Gainesville act for Mirch 8. 9, 10 ..;.- sup employer In a private household appear and to make claim withIn 14th 1 hutIOFFICLAL
    ; 4 plies the romance as the fairest thirty. O0 div. from the date of.the SEAl'
    th. (
    Bradford High plays in are considered to be house-
    Last weekend the boy? and girls ... T TI citizen pleading for her small j first publication or pontlnaof '
    Fa/itcrn division at St. Augustine hold workers and eligible for Old- this notice I I ,
    defeats. In their respectiveW.C.T.U. I a* provided by Hectif Hv Ifa \v 'nIT
    : ( St I'aul of Jacksonville drew top -" .... ... town about to be destroyed by the Age and Survivors Insurance CDS* 311. Floilrin SI.'tI.. .... IS II. n. ,I Frank I.andt,
    ,,' .... pro
    .. oncoming Americans, amended t" th* State ivvprnirc P,;;- I Atty,. far Pit
    aeedetl ponltlon Hraurora ecoriuF'letchpr tection under the new Social l Se- imrtment of Flor Ida' Tallahassee _
    I of Jacksonville third and I I 1 :: Technical advisers! from the U. cuilly law.OFFICE. Florida or nil\ mien, rights and intereMt -( i In Circuit Court.. Ilfldwl4", ( "!
    I S. Army were on hand during In and to unld l property shall Florlrini, In.. ( ..........,
    | Krtterlnua. fourth Kath; division L-. rent nitd, terminate. I Frank Mores, IMiurorea '
    la made of nine teams and Fer >!\'ery minute of the filming! to : Srri'LlES! If we T.wl} %C. tchotr.. nirnrrftr.' Rtrtt Defend. in,'
    "UIJJ'UII) KYE.ll IIK\IC OF , want,
    t MNIIO LOST HIS JOIt llI-- .nandina and Palatka play February -, He sure to hear this group at the Gospel Tabernacle Tuesday production. you Fit' 6t Slit' I % sr tn' '': "I'i .fi,"

    CAl'SK UK W'.%S A TOTAL, AHHTALMCK. .1'i 27 at 8.15: for the 8th berth In night, Feb. 27, at 7:30 o'clock. Dr.) Herndon Hrown will be the order Telegraph.It for you. Ilrwlford County In CIrcuIt (',,nr*. IlrNilforil County and Marie: addieHff L. !Moren It* I'..

    r r t 1" I the Eastern division. Bradford'rfirst !speaker at thit! time. All are from Toccoa Falls Institute liirlilnt In Ch..n.....,.. You ore required m.>.,.

    I' (n.ORIU.GOO!) Nt\\: .1)I game Is Wednenday Feb. 28 Toccoa (;ia.J 17 Men Called In flrenlt ('....,. llradforri. ('...nt?. Rudolph xlnntarnna, Woody\Voodv Defendant Plaintiff. v". and letup c.U51......In heruli thf il, "
    .1 i .) a:an mminat St JoneDh'a. of St l'Irldni l lu hnneery- '
    For Case .
    InductionBy Nn i2H
    ;I A'ug.stl; ;;. Martin"' ("r.. lh.. Plaintiff VA. Annnfflli OnT..r of r..hlt..11.... lull %nltV '1'.1 divorce,Children oilHtodyMinor .hother ,
    Betty Williams. ( ,''' 1)eenlnnt ('..H.. No 5215COrier tplionr sre'i',: OF FM>FllI.i To relief Brash
    .T CLASSIFIEDAll Officials for the Eastern division Growth Of Area Local Board of Pntilli-nlliin. 'n I '
    10th Gra.!a j SPATF: (Pt) KIOHIIH Tn I'nknown: four weekly
    la PKY of Galni-RVllle with
    ,. J Seen Mrs. Anna Create, nhone rpRMpnoe' ftndnililrpim You are required to appear on March I Witness mv hand. ,
    Eva Yvonne By Manager Rhoda Dampler clerk for ,
    .i Gainesville High accond. Terry/ Brookiiis, Beulahvleve t In: Vnrrkl Veliki. No. I9'h. llfil. In fh.. ahov. named Court at Stark... Florida. .
    and Butler fourth Cannon. Fredrick Conway Selective Service Local Board 2ri6A Dlnjnnn, Pnln. YllKoHlavIa' : and cat' plaintiff seeks 14h -ISiltOFFICIAL
    .j2i third Lake Of Power r .R.rn'X ;t j
    V Company are .
    IIEI' 'lit01 Kenneth : No.>18, announces that the following required to appear on March divorc County, Teleffrnph > SEAL' ) .
    Conway Anne Cressler .
    10 til. 19M In the above named shall
    ttnilel Court publlflh ,
    All Mhe All The winners of these two cllvl- this Order In next tour A. Cler
    Mel.....*.lr rktii .r..e*. ..rnnraal....... ; Benton Futch Norman Hamilton,, of men have been ordered for In and .eaui*. wherHn plaintiff seeks Weekly issue By Haven Cro.l>y Isp
    '. stunS will meet Saturday night Completion new buildings In itlvnro*. Bradford County TH.. WlrnA-n .han..
    ; 1f 4-...rl A ...C..
    ; Louise Johns Johnny Kopelouaos,,, White <
    no.NOKJJ NKEDBll-Mr. representing this. district at mv hnnd and official Meal -- .
    s Carl Btelnhaicen. dulneiivllla", Hon- the State meet In Gainesville at,' Patsy Kucera Aliese Lawson, at a favorable rate despite defense Harley Thomas Rhoclcn. Route "it Rtnrko, Florida this February -- 1-I _
    pltal need. tyn* 4 Hloud Apnlv Edwin Prevatt. Edward Wet-: mobilization and other handicaps 2, Starke; : l4'h.' 1451.tOFFICIAI.
    Bradford Co. T..I.. ....ph. lip Florida. Gym.FIRST ( ; SEAL' ) A.I.: Thomas,
    '. gand James Williams. J. H. DuPre for Elbert Mott. Brooker;
    ---- manager An Clerk of Halt' (Court
    j KOIt BENT-4 ,.omunfurnIshN4. Slit Grade Bryant Wllkerson, Route 1.. Bv Havtn Cr.cby. Deputy Clerk
    ;, lilt sOUth Watvr $1.I lip SEMESTER Florida Power &: Light Company T Prank I..ndrum. Stark. Florida NOTICEWe
    ... iwteyi:
    -' --- Levy Canova Jr., Michael Clark Indicated yesterday in Atty for Plf 118'!! 4t 3:9:
    KOIC KKNT-FurnUheil apt.. recent.f releasing James Aaron .
    Jlmm Davis, Route 1, -
    \ rNd..orat.d.! cnnvtntentlv lol HONOR ROLL Janice Dansby, Frances figures on new electric services Starke I.' Clrvnl' r...... Bradford r...ntr.RftA .
    iv ,' l lat.d. UJ Walnut $t. Ph. 171-J Dodd. Nancy DuPre Chi spa ; FlcIlat. In Chameery.
    Itp connected. Charles Joe Tetstone Brooker ) Knvnc Plaintiff v.. Onenr
    The faculty of Bradford High I Easterllng Mary Sue Epperson, ; Jova', Defendant .
    Cnno No SIte
    ; FOR ttF.NT-Two bedroom. School announces that the studentslisted I Pauline Gay Kathryn Kelly Tom '"The number of new customersto Ernest Biggs Wells Lawtev! Order' of Pnnllmflnn. AsS Can
    nlahed apartment, whom we extend electric (student postponement until A....... ............, nor ...u....Vnllcr.... ..To._. Accep
    : \ below attained a minimum McClane Lucille McRae Rebecca service '
    van or electric ulnv. Hut unfur'l t'Oo'ar KrtVfto. when! ; .'ecId.flm; ; A'n-d
    heater. Installed AvallaM average of "B" ((86 to 95)) Mann Wayne Matchett. Jimmie each month i Is considered a reliable June) ; addn,.. In: car of Olurk. Ola-lli.

    r 1. R F You nit. Cr.rli.tlan. in scholastic achievement for the Moncrlef Charles William Slade index to the number of new r James Edward Griffls Starke; "*,Mabwir hnllnion, Austria Maupt Straafiee ff II,

    FOR HAI..IV) 4Seuh) (t. u.. 1-1 I I first semester of the 18SO-51 school Mary Ella Turner buildings completed." DuPre ex David D. Hardenbrook, Route You are required to appear on March
    rrlareralor with 1 I) yr Buarante*. plained. 2, Starke; 15th< 1551. In the shove named. Court,
    term. Three 7th student
    tlaed 1 yr. Magnolia Fl.n Market 8th Grade and raufl wherein plnlntiff *..<*k* No More Meat"After
    i ij' UP received "A'a" In ''all subjects: Jesse. Rudolph Beck Barbara "During( January of tills year, Thomas Jefferson. Forsyth, divorce. custody of minor child !

    ?-R4)AI5 It I...KI> tt l>IO". Margaret Rosa Duncan Jacque- Colley, Frances Douglas, Sharon In our building district we made: Raiford; Bradford this County Oiitier, Telegraph in phaltpunllHh
    next four
    a K u>lo-r"0"O'.N A.....*.. lyn Hobbs, and Sandra Johns.. Terry Green, Patty Sue Lawson Barbara nine new electric service connections Paul David Carter Route 2, weekly .lmi..fl. i
    roit1sai.i.5. ....... ..11
    Keleher 11th grade student a 350% increase the Slarke; WltncHi mv hand and official .ealat
    rif\Hir'n ( .*IIIPJWHD: an McComb Paul Magyarl, Barbara over atnrk.
    : r.... Madioi .SI.., Stack* also received an "A" average. Jean Prevail Leslie Prevatt two connections in January of last Ernest Maines Grlffls Raiford,i lltth. 1151. Flr/rlda thin February !

    Marcus year". Newton Broskey Starke; (OFFICIAL. sp.SL) A.I.: Thomas March l l'
    12th OnuleDottle Rape Jo Ann Smith Bernice A. Clerk of unlit, Court
    See The Sue Biggs, William K. Thomas. Our friends here may be proud I James Ho.wardVatere., Lake Ry Haven (".".hy. Deputv Clerk
    Butler T Prank. .
    INTERNATfONALILARVESTEIt Booth. Peggy Caldwell William 7th Grade of these figures because they reflect Attyi. for Pit.Tjandrum Starke 216[ Florida 4t 319
    Stanley Bobby Crosby. Brookertransferred
    Orla Collins. Kathryn Colaon.. Carol Bessent, Jackie Colley favorably on our area. It la .

    William CreaHler, Billy Danaby Pearson Edward. Cox. Lynell Dodd prosperous and growing as Indl, ( from Local Board 47. NOTKR TO BIltDEIt
    Miami Sealed bids will I he
    RefrigeratorsFarm I Kasper Duncan. Ada Edwards Margaret ROBe Duncan, Judy Ell cated by the number of new build- ) Colored' RoarS. of Bond Trunteen. received, City hv the of

    I fr Curtis Edwardu. Harry Rdwarda ington, Lex Green Jr. Gloria Ings going up." Ptnrke. Florida until Tao: clock Filled To
    I'M ,
    Home & Auto I Lem Goodwin, Jr., Route 2, itstrrn' Starrtnril Time. the
    Jack Hazen Mantle Hatchings Griffin, Myrna Lois Grlffis Jacque. DuPre said the nine new connections Starke (transferee from Local' :th day! of March, 1951 at th

    SUPPLY I I Kenneth Johns Gwyn McRae j' lyn Hobbs, Eleanor Kathryn Johns, during January Included,! Board 40. Georgia) ; Stark Clerk.. Florida Off lie, and City pul.iily Hall, I, opened rt.CIrr:

    Donald l Richie. Joan Sweeney, Sandra: Johns, Constance Jones service to new business concern' at said time and place for the furnlnliliiK -
    B. Davis Melrnw
    : COMPOSITK BOOKKEEPINO( : ST8-I i Ruth Topping. Marvin Warren Sandra Jones John Judd Irene but that the main' portion were Isaac Washington, New;; York aervlcvft", ot as machinery follow, material and LAWSON MEAT &

    TK\f: Ideal for .,",alI hunlnw lit,. Grial:: Metzger Jack Miller, Billy Moore, new residences completed here. On DIesel engine of the manu'acturer -
    Kverythlna; you neeil' I In fine '.. (delinquent Immediate Induction '
    ; $17!). Hee It at Bradford Florence Brown, Frank Brown, Kenneth Noegel Barbara Jean He .said his company as (part: of ). 1200* standard brake ratine; of appruxmatly .

    i1; Telegraph.FOrt .Ok.// 'Shirley Carpenter.. Mary Alyce Norman Glenn Reddish Harriet Its policy of "looking ahead" to SPeed. of 800 revolution horaepower per minute at a,

    I Crosby, Ruth Glisnon Marian Jane Rlcharde Jo Ann Slade, Ina the future of a growing Florida with electric venerator and ex" RENT: Dealrabl* I or I room I FIHHT SOCIAL SECURITY of afe reulred for the engine offer COLD STORAGEA
    opt to 1 or 1 ladle. HO. E'oIC. HU1. Onann Dennis Kelehcr. Terry Stern Anita Stock Mary Rivers, hai doubled Its power plant capacity RETURNS FOR HOUSEHOLD ed. Hivltchlxiarfl radiator cooltnff.
    ( lit mo fond heating HI! ]Keleher Earl Norman Joan Annie I' Stubbing I since the end of the war *flyHtem. fuel avnteni, lubrication, avaem. .
    WORKERS DUE air Intake ._
    Al'RIL lt and
    exhaust viit
    1 I TRPP. .M...... of fluent .",oar can' i iII Sllcox, Pat Selg J. E Tomllnson, I Plants. now under construction and air Start system. all complete- 'with
    per Billion, He* <'lvil" lleraey atrlinta order will electrical wrlnl, (' and pll.lnlt ready
    on triple One of the -
    I Rotarians Hear capacity by Important features r tom -
    1 u, F* tlt..k Farm betweenTh I 1 .r.llon. All. cat f"rlh I. -
    .re..it A Hampton 4t 110>> the end of 1933. The utility1 of the amended Social Securitylaw the peccaton, on file at the of -

    Red Cross ChairmanA board of directors $19.- was the extension fire of the Superintendent' of Public
    approve a of
    C FOIL HVI.K: Ouernney Office i Old-Age Utltltlea, Stark. Florida, where they
    .''y'Hh::' *; Mtock: Hew Karl lintten. Siroplies .000.000* construction program for and Survivor Insurance to regu- may be examined by Interested pur-.
    ka { ml South u( mark! Kt li)0)) film depicting some of the this year. lar household workers beginning tIes.Bld must be new /English-built FOlg (
    It f>y a
    varied Red Cross :I
    activities In war January 1. 1931. Cnahl'ra Check or bid bond. In an
    FOIl, HA1.I3-.a Iledroom Home, frame II (amount not lea than five
    : and peace was presented at the, Methodists Plan This new law Is percent
    with I..lO.tN' Hiding) ( 'orner Lot I Important -
    I.nric Hireevid-ln Torch an.1 Rotary Club Wednesday by DoyloE. to the household workers g 13.52
    I......" ntaHHMcl-ln Hark Pnreh) V.. Dinner To Boost PER WEE
    netlnn llllnilM.) Automatic Hot Wat- Conner. chairman of the 1951'' the maid or the cook- also to her

    .*r Heuter 4J *Imh Attlo Kan. Newly ', Building Fund employers. The household work.
    fund campaign which Arc & Acetylene
    Ki'ileiMirHteil Take Ul Knully, I begins on ONLY
    *;nd I'uy: SJI6U;) !Monthly FHA)) March 2. I'I er regularly employed In one $362 DOWN-
    4 S forner !Monroe A Lafavett* Hi;i.: I Members of the Mrthodlxt WSCS household are now eligible to WELDING
    Hcarke, Kin 1, Ch"n. lUv-W. Mr., Conner also reviewed FULL PRICE ONLY $1,085.00With
    some .
    are giving a series of "Vanishing build toward Federal Insurance
    FOR nEN of the I local work being' carried ,|, Luncheons and Teas" to help defray benefit payments; the householdemployer e.

    I -J room ap.rtm.nt.1 on under Red Cross sponsorship.He expenses., on the new Church
    : rreen bark and front %porch warn of such worker now LATHE WORK Anglici, the English-built Ford, you get anew
    etove. ) said that 2-13 and
    refrigerator hot wmer' i boys girls building now under construction. has

    i. Madleon"....... Keauonuble. rent Soft Went I were trained In swimming and ,.Hostesses and their guests this the Social certain Security responsibilities tax and for 0 car for hundreds of dollars less than even
    I It report -
    lifesavIng In Red Cross courses at ,wC't'kwerC': I of -Fully Equipped- most late used cars. Its smaller wheelbase
    FOR HKNT: wages paid to the worker.
    ptllnlKhetl' a ,
    _" room votfm Kingsley Lake last summer. | Mr*. L. A. Davl_had ) To Portable makes driving and parking easier, too.
    ; cna ecnilpped:: ) ..t.\i.' ) re. ax her make this as easy as possible Machine Makes _
    frlverator MID. \ Ilium,*. He also pointed out that the i luncheon guests Saturday: Mrs A. for the people Involved the It Possible To Come To

    ii UP.AHKIMHNT ou'll Say case. load handled! by the Bradford .. Z. Adklns. Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Mrs. Old-Age and Survivors Insurance The Work.ENGINEERING .
    < Ki'R HIII1'-II.lr.:: ...... Ruby Lee Collins Mrs. Frank YOU CUT DRIVING COSTS IN HAl
    kitchenette. Chupter has Increased ., Bureau and the
    hath reeneil. : greatly Departmentof
    uorch. ADVICE
    .. "The best-writlnff
    IW.. refrlveratnr. hot Holllngsworth Mrs. M F. Brown ; ) '
    water. KH since the outbreak of Revenue have jointly Yes, the popular Anglia saves to 501
    ntov* Mr Tltim Ol*. ... tit) M fountain pen I fightingin : Mra. W. O. Halle and Mrs O. L. FREE OF CHARGE up

    t Walnut. Itp ever used." : Korea and urged that every.thing' Halnes.i devised a simple report slip for -_,.1brtj4Z. driving costs Owners actually report' up
    purpose. It provides space C. '((4' 40 miles gallon. And iud< 'cob"
    I possible be done to help raise i Mrs. Bertha Pearce's Tuesday for the household worker's name DEVLIN per you get

    FOR SALE AIDONLY 2.00 the county' quota of 2701. luncheon guests Included: Mrs.. .;. and Social Security number anda as the rear access trunk built-in turn tele I

    K. Ferryman MrI. Daisy Ferry.. space for recording the total amount Welding & Repairs and constant speed windshield wipri.

    2-nKDKOOM: 1 HOUSE POINTS man. Mrs. Janle Avery, Mrs. E. T. of the employees' ca hwag'8" ALTOX RO.\USTARKC
    REPL..CE Shull Mrs Millard
    ABLE Judd Miss
    ii 3-RM. (GAKAGEAPT. FOIl O.VLY 33c Garnlta Hutto and :Mrs Helen three-month during a threemonth periodA f"LORID.1I0RS .

    O'Deen. period Is a calendar 3-00: TO 10:0, P.M.

    New All Modern .\ Wide Variety' Of Point I period. That Is, three
    Mrs. W. G e
    Tu Suit Halle entertained atluncheon months beginning with
    t' Every' rlUle January
    Conveniences ... / Wednesday and had April July and October. The Before 3:00: .".:\1. Phone

    F 3 ACRES LAND as her guest: Mrs. W. E. Midille-,( household employer who hires 60 Starke
    ton. Mrs. J. H. Rltch. Mrs. W F. a
    ill I.. i maid, cook or any other house-
    LC.BEARfbi -- lteri Mitt. Then Godwin Mrs. G. F. Odom Miss _
    many r"..Herf of THE CHRIS.TIAN .
    Amy Cobum and Mrs Shellle Hall.

    1 152: Waldo Fla.PRArHEn .: tell the SCIENCE Ednor haw MONITOR much they ),{I.. J. L. Anderson's luncheon

    enjoy thit daily world-wide guests Wednesday were' : Mrs.V. office SJ PlIE'

    newnpapvr with such "_ \ B. Mundy, Jr.. Mrs H. B.
    FSTATR FOR flAI.E0 menu. Sal I Peyton Mrs. .1. B. Sapp. Mrs
    room hntlne and bnth' 4 bedronm -
    )*. living room. dlnlnv room,. j TA Muntfor Li at),. meegw.JuJfr Charley Johns, Mrs. Hogan Smith.
    klteTien. .and) hath on corner, Int. .dis.4 Mrs
    "nefpaper George Flynn. Mr..
    and Klv. Ruby
    additional lota .
    loratetl nn corner Waahlnaton Property ant --,.. .. M Me C/ S. ." Johns. Mrs. W. L. Blair. Mrs. Guy Carbon Paper
    Water' 9\' .. In Starke. Oo pot die .1..61.. .;.1 .j. ....\... Sale. Mm,!. E. F. Miles. Mrs. |
    turn tenanta. ilteredted, partleaantf in* ,
    "I.. write Mrn H U Flurirett :I "rv M'j the it compla Yawn and Mrs. J. H. Vtoncrlef.'County 0 Pencils _
    un M. Dixie Highway, Holly", roi .,.)e "
    FI... t'l 'llt( ... il1 lair ,
    . ...It HAI.--: -:..'..II..II' .....Ilty I-I..rt. .,. # i reads"rr.,Manwar'_ turtly it *" Fair' 0 Inks YOU GET LONG-LIFE CRAFTSMANSHIP'

    I S da titan Pepper "'nt.. reed, fur s.cwity Built .
    Is some of the
    4 tranni'lnntlna.; Mirch' I I. Hee nf y.... ,..... will find the Monitor Lively Film world' finest craftsmen, both. ,.

    call Doyle Conner lt|> I I IV' Infnrmti... with cenplele Coming To ParkA Desk Pens the 2-door Anglia and the 4-door Prefect feature

    .I WFt $AI. .: Heimmt-hanil ranve. world newt soil .. nereeary -a---_ large, comfortable interiors and quality-finished
    t4 "ti v.. I.... n* wonrt nr ,al. tin" ;.r- S I .* year HOME TOWN
    U' Iron. kettle nnil. a dinner pot g" paper.UM wide variety of entertainmentU Fine Papers exteriors that ore built to last. And service is

    3. 24: with..an tove at, Whit rrlced.'. Stur.to nell. -'Ia.k.ri. '. 1 be. this teepee for a Special in store In l "County Fair", booked Desk Calendar Stands available at Ford Dealers everywhere I
    I at the Park

    'I; 10'111'.1':1. I 4I-:'no.1': )HIJStp) H Itp' @) UlllflU POlUS f MONTHS nlrodueforr: FOR.ubtrrlpiion ONLY 13._ 3 through Tuesday.Theatre Sunday SOc up 0 Ribbons Come in and "Test' Drive"Andrews

    WH.It'ej,1 l In II."'"t"n. 2 ......u.>ln... I Most of the action takes place

    .Ii. I.. E IItI* itttnpton 9't' j .Ii. "':7 I at the fair grounds where Florence -:-I Paper Rolls I"") .IJ nt,

    k ------ ...... ,L. Bates operates hamburger stand A.Ja ... !-- FO

    i I.m"y".."....l-.l-t....tl"n), "AI.-'r.m.1 etucr.. 6te4tooA'4Nl5'oir Tb. ,.......... ...._ if_.... and her daughter Jane Nigh. finds Desk Calendar Pads 11I"-IUIIIU
    VI. "))1.1 on nl..n.I. .. .. ... Legal Forms
    I lnH hlwl\Y. ... .. U. N..,, C. ,. A.
    i r. double .
    : romance.Excitement
    I ''r : INVORtoy. ('Oflfl.(4,, btIOt a"d.) ..__ ....4 ......... _bl,.. 59cup
    'i sal. ,",.',,,,, t:: .. for as O 'OU"tAI" .5,5 ca .. T'". Ct..o.s. e._ "__0- stems from several: f
    S Will q""rlfl) ,'. fnr ,Ieh heeter.... 1..1 _Iw ... Acct. Books
    ii dl., ,. 1. (.."..' 11'11' nil.Tcrnc...., '1\\.. "no' FOR SAVE AT racing sequences and reaches a -:-
    S 1 writ 'r "lv. .... at. W 4r4 \ I high pitch when a horse, lost through .
    4 A".. l1aln.vlll.., F)5).. 4. '1e I I-I an auction sale to :Miss. Bates Get 1931 refills now I Filing; Needs Motor Ci CS C CPIIO

    S FOI and 11.\1.Ala..:. .-W.. ;1"?' t. .'. '.1 ',,,,.. .. Bradford County ,_ i I. entered In a race which presumably
    ..no! A.... .1.' 'I.. JRp"n'! .. ",' SO, Telegraph I had been "fixed".

    : deli puarlint.F,. .1 ., .Pt.f. .. ". t, 'n I--I '_) (f-I Rory Calhoun play the role of Bradford County
    !N Telegraph
    "oil&. MI... f"t. 1>itp Mil... the son of a wealthy horse owner. S E 118 STARKE.

    who, falls In love with Jane. ,

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