Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Problems Of Temple Avenue COUNTYTELECPH C

Right Of Way Ironed Out By BoardRight Single Copy

Official County Publication Established In 1S79

of way matters affectingthe of way on the L. L. Libby filling

widening of Temple AvenueU. station property did not provide .

taken at the for the removal and installation VOLUME SEVENTY-THREE STYRKE. FLORIDA, FKII VI J.YM YRII I I 19.;!
( S. 301)) were up Ni MWJl TL\T\ 'l \
of 12 x 15 feet of
of approximately
meeting of the ----- --"-
Monday -- -- -- ------
and that the contract -

County following Commissioners is a record of these and pro-the I I to concrete John for Aurthur apron all of Torode this work at $300 be .00.let Roberts And Crawford Enter County Political Arena Board Defers Action

ceedings: : incorporating the original contract

Hollis V. Knight County Attorney lot L. L. Libby to remote the lime- -

reported that Gulf Oil i I rock paving from the right of way .. Two Contenders

Corporation. successor to Gulf at $50.00, making a total of $300.00 : :

Refining Company has delivered I I In connection with the L. L. Libby Bid For PostsFormerly
to him and he held in escrow its :.I property and the Shell Oil Company Hospital Project

deed to the filling station propertyby I filling tation Upon motionof Lost

it owned on Temple Avenue in Commissioner Prevail seconded r *

Starke, Florida which is required by Commissioner Renfroe and .

for the additional right of way of unanimously adopted the County ,1/: A leijexval ot)t old! ,

State Road No. 200. Section 2801 I Attorney was authorized to prepare public office in Urad! .' : I Until January 18th

together with the required docu- and the Chairman of the seemed in prospect this" -

mentary stamps for delivery and I Board to execute contract fur 4 F- j the announcement by T _
these jobs at these prues with a ,
recording upon. receipt of the ton I Crawford that :

agreed amount- of $3500- 00. Upon 'leave to secure a substitute COn- w again be a candidate f.>- -- Will Confer With Improvement

motion of Commissioner Wilson tractor if any owner was unwill- Bradford County, and! .t -' -1 _________ Exhibit ReadiedFor
ing to enter into such contract. ____
seconded by Commissioner Renfroe, j by J. P. Roberts that !'< !'I I ) Commission On
but any contract with any sub- Financing Angles
and unanimously adopted the seeU l to regain': the titlRcpieenative '"I a
stitute contractor not to exceed
directed to which ''n' -
County Attorney State Fair
consummate the transaction with the price stated. Doyle E Conner in 19;>i"> A (d'illlit'I ;! ilc'Usm|, a- t t.l uhetln-i" 'iiti''t i t }ISi: ',a\i'prd\ ( .

The County Attorney reportedthat \\ ill :s vk t to }build a hospital}) under( a I tj per wit Km: '
Gulf Oil Corporation, and to secure a cost deposit would be required (Ciuford announce,m., tI"'

and deliver to it $3500.00 I in the pending: condemnation nourpiis as it was nerallvconceded 1. .r r Bradford Count .tll-I grant will likely b. reached at a special meeting of I the I \ ''t' i

from the amount to be advancedb suit for the purpose of pay that he would ta, n bea ..a ..vhimt at the State Fair in : of County ('ommhsiner: to be held Friday aftei'n''n> i ,0

the State Road Department to'I ing Sheriff's costs. Clerk's costs candidate, for the office tha'' he '' utipi have been perfected with IS. at 2 o'clock in the {'ourthou=>e.i .

the County in connection with this I and incidental Court costs'in the lust by a near-miss 01 onl14 'h. prospect of a "bigger': and i I Much of the time at 1:1.:i r, .

right of way. The County Attor- matter which are customarily paid votes in 1948 In one of the most I bett.-i display thfcn ever accord- Annual Meeting \ meeting of the CommisM. .1 n

ney reported to the Board that hel I I as incurred. and that at the present J P Jake I Roberts threw hi* heated campaigns in the history ;, T ( I'lavton Crawford ,if 1I i I ins 'o W. H. Graham. presidentof : here Monday was devot.-.l 101 ,1,

had received a letter of January 7. I time $5000 would be suffi- hat in the political ring again of Bradford County p. D. Reddish | Staike announced yesterday that the Starke Chamber of Commerce Of Clay CoopSet russion of the project and! xv .% ,
ahe announced himselfas
1952 from Bradford Engineering cient therefor. Upon motion of yesterdav nosed Crawford out by a vote of he will bv A taudidate (fir the of- and means of financing th.- Ity's >
Company withdrawing certain Commissioner Renfroe. secondedby a candidate fOr State Representative 1766 to 1753 in the 194S second fice of Sh"I'1I"1"of Bradford County Graham said thai fine financial' For Jan. 17 portion of the initial iconstruction .- :
Commissioner Preyatt the a post he filled in 19 H- support has been pledged by thei
bids, the original of which letteris primary in the forthcoming': primary election -i t as well as In ,
Board authorized the issuance of a i! County the Big Dad Manufacturing -
filed with the Board and i
among operating
RobPI S' expenses
check for $50.00 to the County : ( announcement came amore -= !I Co. and the dul'ont Compan The 1952 annual meeting of the
such bids being the Shell Oil Company of I The Board must reach; a iti' ;I'.
Attorney as a deposit on such 50.Injuries I a surprise although it He said that moat of the old exhibitors Clay Electric Cooperative will beheld
filling station pumps and I I and submit a description ."t: II i
was I
suspected he would be
a candidate -
Court costs. Fatal will be represented in the Thursday. Jan. 17. at the
island on the L. U Lioby property for some office in the BUS II I proposed hospital here blar J Ji I
forthcoming Cagers
The County Attorney called to I booth and some new ones will beI cooperative office and generating
the Starke Motor Court propertyof election. I in order to be included in the but:
the attention of the Board the The local auto added. The interior of Bradford plant in Keystone

Guy Andrews and wife, Dixie necessity of promptly paying into To ManRufus dealer who has served' a. Representative II County's space at the Fair will be Speakers to be heard Heights during the get of funds that will] be ;app

Motor Court property of Robert the the amount double Negro well i redecorated Graham said priated for use under the Fedi"-Hl
Court of as as Mayor of Beat G'ville. I and the day will include Senator
W. Metzger and wife and the El- Hospital Survey and ('''Ihtlll' t
any appraised value In the pending Starke was defeated two years! |large painting that has been usedas L. Holland, senior U. S. Senator

lery Davis and wife property, all condemnation suit against the ago by Doyle E. Conner The mar- a backdrop for two years will Act in 1953
Douglas 38-year-old I from Florida and Miss Anna Mae
along State Road No. 200. The American Oil Compnny and Florence pulpwood worker. died Sunday negro in gin of loss was 176 votes Conner I Tut'sday nisht: the BHS ".\ and I also be "freshened up." Sikes, State Home Demonstration I I It was pointed nut at t th i I'

County Attorney further reportedthat I E. Brown and H. O. Brown Alachua General Hospital as a result getting 1.131 to Roberts 1.258 I "B teams resumed play on the As in past year1: Bradford Agent ing that although the "". ,'ir, -

some of the owners were Joseph F. Rabeck and Josephine hardwoods b\' decisive County strawberries will be a featured vey conducted by the Hi I ,
of injuries received when the The entry of these two contenders posting Registration will begin at 10
desirous of not removing their Rabeck the amount of which can- attraction of the exhibit State Improvement Comnu'"-i.M. '
car in which he was riding blew a in the county political picture wins over the Gainesville "A" and a.m., and will be followed
signs! and other property for along ? not now be ascertained: upon motion An'onf'ishin to cooperate in by music determine hospital nt't'I'\ i H '
tire and overturned 5.6 miles southof assures some heated rampaiJ'ninbet'e..n "B"squad cagers. The varsity and entertainment
as! possible from the right of of Commissioner Renfroe. seconded : I making t' exhibit a bigger success supplied by rida set the total number i'i t h.
Starke on U. S. 301. now and May 6 gained a 56-16 vict iry. while the Toby and his HiPointers.Following .
way which each of them has by Commissioner Prevail I' than ever this year is asked needed in Bradford Count. r
Alexander. 26. colored! B team won 3 -23.
previously granted. In view of and unanimously adopted the Randolph to get in touch with Mrs Marian the luncheon at noon this does not necessarily I''

this fact the County Attorney Stale Road Department is herebyrequested resident of Starke. owner and March Of Dimes The win for the A squad \\&- : Howe at the Chamber of Commerce a business! meeting will\ be held that a hospital would b<' ci iii-I r '.
to driver of the car received only a their second against three losses at which time members the
advance to Bradford of
and office.Bond ed the basis of thN 1..1.11
recommended. the Board
on II. I'
County. Florida and to pay into minor shoulder injury. No chargeswere Must Speed Up While the B squad is merrily roiling \ i board of directors will be electedfor imuin need In
the fact. :u-\\ I'
unanimously i tl.
approved secur-
Court such amounts as may he made against him as the investigating To Reach along with three straight vie- the new
ing of Entry Permits, permittingthe officer. State Highway Goal I II toiies Trustees year Florida communities Ii.\\ i I
required in connection with the i Valuable electrical: appliances
required possession by the Patrolman Q. A. Fillmgim. said I pltal facilities t'quall.> I th "'
acquisition pending suit. of such As the March of Dimes drivei Arthur Winkler was the high donated by dealers in this district,

State Road Department contrac- property upon the Declaration of that the accident was apparently i >r polio funds nears the end of pointer with 15 followed bj' River Accept Bid will tv given away during the day. need
tors, etc., of the entire right of unavoidable when the left tire It '
and the rear is more likely that t :.in.t -t.
Taking County Attorneyis with 11 and Fred
its second week. George Kopelou- pointers onwav and the latest irodels of applianceswill
way so that the owner might remove -, of the car blew out. The car was of ,
directed to notify the State Road around 35 beds woul) 1M.l I" j "
with 11. Hancock On Water
sos county chairman, said "We'rerolling and! Browningtied Pump be on displaAll >.
such property from the right | not bt'lIdriven at a high rate ofspt'ed. I
Department of the amount so required for honors here it was explained Ph. i i1
a high I speed, but not fast scoring members of the cooperativeart
of he desired the officer said. ,
as and at his I
way ,
upon the judicial determination cost of this would h. 1 in '
each '
if points The game w:{ mugli
enough were to make urged to attend this
own risk. of !such amount: the aid adVance Douglas who hail been employed going ', with called The Boa iii of Bond Trustees oftlie meeting neighborhood of $.')()().Ooo ",ii i .vh.. tithe
our $3,137 numerous penalties I
The County Attorney recom- so .o be deposited is to be by John Bowles Waldo pulp- quota"For 0 but the Cm Power Light and Water Federal government ". 1'1:1 i:lit p..s

mended that the contract for removing secured by the agreement heretofore wood dealer for about two yt'ars.1 four straight \rais. it wa : with 20 A one-pointers squad can'e out through of 30 Plant. at their regular meeting On'11'. New Chevrolet I some $325,000 under a fi"j j I" 'm

improvements from the reached between this Board was apparently thrown out of the explained the National Foundat'on Tuesday Jan 8. opened bid for I On Display Jan. 19 grant leaving S175.000 ..t. !it h.

right of'way conveyed by Guy An- and the State Road Departmentin car as it overturned and received' for Infantile Paralysis has been chances. In the last half. they furnishing a 600-gallon per minute for the county to financo

drews and wife, being the Starke connection with the advance of a broken neck and lacerations of''! running into, debt due to the made good. on 15 out of 16 chances. i i I 1 deep well turbine pump for .thr ,i New modM i Chevrolet State ..
passenger Senator Charley !ln>
Motor Court property be let a.t monies in relation to the tight o? the h.?ad. The accident oLCUired terrific number of ciies: needing TJilly: Weldon captured scoring Citv Waterworks '
and trucks
the bid price of 100.00 to Guy way of State Road 200 Section about 10.P.O: p.m. Jan 5. and Douglas -I aid. I I honors. for the B team with his 1? Bids were submitted by the following -'I cars dealer showrooms will go on nationally displayat long an advocate of a hospital! ru
Andrews and wife; that the con- 2801. The County Attorney reported died the next day in the Gain.>s. ;I "The points followed by Show with 8. firms. Bradford County. headed\ del.

tract for removing the improve- to the Board that. for the ville hospital He was described by j I i National Foundation cannot While the boys were playing at Harry p. Leu. Oilando Fla. I Saturday.The Jan. 19 gation of citizens that .ippeaibefore ..<,t
carry on its woik efficiently if disclosure bx W. E Fish,
ments from the right of way Conveyed trial of this suit it will be neces- his employer as a good. worker. I home. Coach Bishop and her girlsweie the Comnmsioiiei- Moti 600 G P M turbine
I it has a reputation for 'slow Worthington general sales manager, accompanied .
by Robert W. Metzger and sary to secure a professional appraiser The third occupant of the car. pay'In I| playing': the Ocala girls in pump. No delivery date. Price I an announcement that in in connection! with this 'pi < jei
mt'ftinhospital:: and
wife. being the Dixie Motor Court and to pay him an expert Freddie Bkuker, 24-> ear-old negro bills for treatment Ocala anti winning 32-23. The $2.309.29. 1951 Chevrolet led all other auto- Senator Johns asked that tit.' Boat 'I I

property, be let to Robert W. ]'Ietzgf'r witness fee in accordance with the : resident of Hampton. received a polio cases The Foundation victory was then second win Fairbanks-Morse & Co. Jacksonville motive manufacturers in retail pass a resolution signif\it.g it- n

and wife for $100.00. ; that the fees established and required by compound fracture of the right moreover must continue to against two losses as the Brad Fla. 600 G P. M. Fairbanks sales for the twelfth consecutive tention to qualify for t funds mid I
keep its
contract for removing the property the American Institute of Appraisers hand He received nmeiuencytreatment promise to the people thatno ford iasjcame through with p peacetime yet r. this prog'-am However d..fnn,<
[ turbine De-
from the right of conveyed by and the case of this i crippling disease orsp pump. action
way County Attorney in the Staike Medical 71-10 win over the Alachua girl! 1! "Last vear's new car deliveries" was delayed when III1'tlltJ"I'of
16 weeks Price 51.976.03.
Ellery Davis and wife be let to recommended that Mr. Alvin RegIster Center and was later earned to the shall be denied adequate medical last Friday afternoon in Starke. livery said Fish "brought the number of the Board stated t that t t h, .
Stevens-Southein Co. Jackson-
Ellery Davis at $30.00; that the veterans ho-pital in Lake City care for lack of family funds." i Chevrolets in service 12.- would be in Tallaha.ss.v 1111 anott I'.
Jacksonville be secured for Phyllis Stuckland to over
of was high with
the Mile Fla.. 600 G P M..j" F
original contract I in relation to removing chairman said. matter Jan 17 and would Ilk
16 000,000. No other make in automotive
points. and Mary Frances Hazen :
such which is authotiedby Smith turbine
the Shell Oil Company purpose Thf coming week will be of vital had 10. Theda pump I DeliveryS history ever accumulated I take this opportunity I 1. ..-t r

pumps and island from the right the Board. U. S. 301 ExtendedTo importance to the drive, it was Bradford student Braden, scored a former 22 of weeks Hugh Godwin Price $2 representative.138 00 of so imposing a total" with the State Improvnm < 'I, ,

explained. There are just three her team's 23 The 1952: models .aid Fish will mission before taking .HII..M t ,
Add points banks-Morse and A. F.
State Committee more weeks to cover this countyand Against Ala<"hua. the girls went Stevens of Stevens-Southern: met I be new mechanically and in appearance It was considered uis.iII! !,. n ,

I make sure that "fulfilling in every respect if .
SarasotaThrough every contribulion the Board decideto
on a I scoring spree with Strick- go -il" < i
with the Trustees and after considerable -
Cabinet' Names To Ballot the and that
'Little is collected land accounting for 29 points and discussion contrart was quality beauty under the plan. the Slate !Impi.i." '\ '
I the has to from
The Junior Woman's public come expect ment Commission b.. I
Club this... Hazen 27. Slevens-Southern < l might i ;|<
---- awarded :"o Chevrolet.
stir State political but added that who fail- 'of the week accepted the to Ksuo bonds against I i- ,
Considerable in governors joint action project of Fans may see the girls and the after Mr Stevens proposed to remove -I "In accordance with our longstanding tai. n '

circles has been caused by a ed to go by the results of suchprefl'rential State Road Department and U. S. making a house to house canvassof Junior High teams in action Fri- the old pump from the custom. the sales executive "futures' coming to Bi, .m t ,"r i

Democratic primary voting mightbe offll' als. U S. 301 the Starke the County in order fmatu .. I
resolution of the State highway on closing night of day night at the armory Th noith well. and to install the nw continued "the models will be to

Executive Committee meeting in "highly embarrassed". heavily travelled Federal highway the drive. girls meet Palatka girls. and pump. at his bid price of $2,138.00 I publicly shown first at Chevrolet county's share of the cXIH9IIA !! ,

St Petersburg last weekend declaring Friends of the resolution said that passes through Starke. now Mrs J L. Anderson\ is county Coach Ingram Junior High boys and to also ren'ove and furnish all I dl'alc"rshlpl'jrtually all of whom bill passed at the last t ., ",,?,

that voters henceforth willhave that it would improve the servicesof has a new terminal point.U. chairman of the Mothers March on battle Melrose III a return game labor to replace worn parts on the ( are plannine I:: special ev.*nl> on the I of the State Legislatn.-.vid< i

a say-so as to who will fill the so-called Little Cabinet, and S 301 the popular scenicroute Polio. The A and B bo\s teams play de<.n well pump "I the Light Plant ''date of the showing .' \ that all race track mOil. mm.( d i

appointive posts in the Governors1 I enable good men to stay in top beginning at Baltimoie. Md. Palatka A and B tt. min Palat by Bradford County inM ..SS ..1j

little cabinet" appointive offices. which formerly terminated at Marines AcceptingOCS ka Next Tuesday night the Ket- PTA Speaker Describes Problems I j I $'!OOOO annualh. win be 'plsu.i i ,

Under terms of the resolution Former Congressman Lex Greenof Tampa now by-passes that city teihnils \ and B t.an' play: here the Credit of the county' !i"ipiui$! t ti

persons who desire appointmentto Starke a member of the committee to continue south to Sarasota Applicants j Children 'i fund It is estimated tint -.tn."
where it makes a juncture with i Presented 'Exceptional'
certain posts in the State'' said that the resolution thing in excess of $l.r).(MXi .u
government will have to have their]I "will be one of the greatest strokes U.S.1.. The Mai-me (CorpI- nllat'-1 i 1951 Fire Loss will go into the hospital fun' f' ,,

names placed on the ballot as : to knock down the evils of bureaucracy At the present time U. S 301 cepting! applications for enrollment i What is being done III Bradford \ hav' at l M-t r.0 ft candles ( this source

through Starke is being widenedand in the Officer Candidate Set At $9,400 Mr Parker also pointed out i
"candidates" for the offices. These we have". He said it would County school- to cope with the "
I Apparently Madison < '.
include members of the State Road i, insure honesty in governmentOpponents improved. It H also being Course according:: Staff Sgt problems presented by exceptional that 14 per cent of all children t.
I widened and improved at other James Wimpee. local already proceeding und. i ",,
of the resolution said recruiter have hearing' defects which Interfere
three industrial commissioners I children ( both the exceptionally : ,
Department, l'rflp"l'ly in Starkevats damaged lar plan to h" ,, '
line and offers get more
"it is only to embarrass the next points! along Graduating seniors and collegegraduates below and the exceptionally seriously with their ability to .spn
a beverage commissioner -., fine transportation facilities to the : to the extent of J9"400 during the par i facilities A news "torfron'
said that the are being sought tot I learn
governorThcv discussed at the
of the StateRacing I above rVas
calendar of 1951. Fire Chief Tallahassee ,
motoring public year Tuesdaytit 'tt| t tn Ii
Legislature gives appointive powers t"nroUnll'nt. Accepted applicantswill of the Parent- I "Reading comprises I 80 per cent
Commission and auto tag regular
I Picket ieporled yesterday This the State Board of Adnimisti .itmn I
and until such attend ten child's educa-
the ballot to the governor a week Mimmei Teacher Association Tuesday night of the elementary
commissioner on powers are revoked the committeein New Doctor training course beginning March represents an approximate 10 perCent consultant tional work and 90 per cent of the approved a proposed STJouiKi hull t tissue
would the names of persons loss the total valuation of by Don Parkereading ,
go on to help finance a $:,mi ''iix
effect has nothing go on 17 and will be commissioned as high school I student's in tOOay'sS'hools.
seeking appointment to the State Election: officials are already second: lieutenants in the Marine property involved in fires during for the county systemand ." the speaker said. If the hospital and health ifnt.rMb ,

Game and Fresh Water Fish commission wondering how the mechanics of Opens OfficeDr Corps Reserve satisfactory the past year whiC'hVa" $91,375.I I psychologist in connection child has poor vision that interferes lison County. Madison, air .

as well as the aspirant to having such a huge ballot! as will completion of the upon course I In the 12 months of 1950 the with exceptional children The with his reading "he get in haM some hospital fa iliM.- "t t

the post of hotel commissioner.The be necessary\ to accommodate the Calvin .I' Houpt dOctor ofoteopathie Additional information on the department reported an estimatedloss program was in charge of Jack the habit of not succeeding in his I consequently would not i'I' i

committee also providedthat Increase can be workedout. medicine .nd Trawick. school and he large a structure is ,
in names ;: nngery.established procedure for enrollment can be I of $2.220 on property totaling key activity gives as lc..1.ITb.
future assistant states attorneys Mr Parker stated that the re "
They out that the bal- offices Starke this Parker declared
point in
obtained by visiting Sergeant $9S. up. *' news story saul M t '
must have their names on lot i in a presidential:< election yearis week at 301 Vest Call St. in the : ct"nt1ite House Conference on What is being done now in Bradford -
Administration ,
Wimpee at the Starke Post Office The number of fire alarms reported Board s a. i'
S the ballots in their respective districts already cumbersome confusng. former K. H. Smith home.As Exceptional Children found that Count to help the f>exceptional ,
on Tuesday. Jan 22 'u2P.. Hi" in 1951; totaled 56. only parentlv pav.t I 1.- wa\: I
and hard! for the voter to handle the remainder of hiequipmenl 20 per cent of .all school children child with his problems
soon as office hom, will ht < I i..n :J! p n: in tWI' mor. than tht"1 turned in bad to I Ic1as.'t State Impr."I'' "- 'I
!Supporter: of the resolution ad- The addition of..o many morenames arrin's."thin the next have visual defects enough This year. the speaker said, a ,
( to float the bond\ v, .
.It. '
!:.i m III' l ll'" i--iiie v
p ing
mitted that tht"ot..rs' choiceswould will present a serious problem week or ten Ita .S. Dr linn pt cxpect senously: hamper learning |: wa started for the extremely J be th.r.t'p
repaid a' "of sionoo' )
have no binding power on to election officials as well as to a small clinical h,"- He said that in Bradford HighS slow learner the emotionally exceptional |
open ( by rental) 'roncountv ,
year \it.|
the governor in his appointments. I the vOters pital which will have at the b-- City Construction Totals $330,435In h01l1 23 per cent of the 550 child. There are now 121) T'l.r..':,'di th-! .. .

!ginning: four adult beds: thi.<. -twle>nts. grades 7 to 12 answered I!students in this class all that one I I balln.. .
raised .it r I of r I and incubator Hnlins to the quction : "Do you teacher can handle of this type.
bassinets an \es
Rites Saturday |! UCYM MeetingSet ?" "This ':.Is only about 10 per cent $10000 of th. ."i.r\-, r ,," -
eventually: to enlarge the nave trouble with your eye
I Past Year New Homes Top List said fund. If uu- "'1i 11.1! ) .t",.,' I "
For Mrs. GrahamMrs For Jan. 17thAn building .""ufficientlv to tak. rrc: ; and "no" to the question "Do you of our needs the speaker .
A< suggestions for what parents a thr<"e-rti il "I'v nnso d. \1
of from ten to 15 bed wear glasses
meeting:; of the fan 'lo to help ror>" with thl'!!" ('.,!Jnly pro; I' i ireu i- d i I I ,' /.
Florence Turner Graham important Movement Dr. Houpt states that he will b- :New: iii-- suction m Stai Kt' (".. nint.a! (.'t.ist iii nor : 19 O. He blamed the poor lighting Parker Mil 1 I
United Christian Youth thp classrooms! problem r. th" r-I ** ut.!
68 a resident of Starke for the I equipped to handle general surgery totaled $330,435 in 19:>1. a substan- $232.32. 1951. $121.920 conditions in I .. ..
Jan ,
night. lu di I F '
w 11 be held Thursday l'IIuntas being 1. Help us' ret better lightm i < : III'P'' -
the ,
four and a half years, died at tial over the $205.725 total Industrial1950., n"." 1951 throughoUt' .
past 17 at ';'::30 o'clock in the recreation an obstetrics. gain I for much of this eye and proper painting on classroom i ..mmi.ssionn,, B ,111' .Ii 1'".," '.

her home here Thursday. Jan. 3. hall of the Methodist Church Before moving to Starke Hr racked up in 1950 $ 5.500. re-ponsible interiors. which aids lighting j i iI ;.: >- an .A I"' ,' 'V i ,it.i ..

Born in Indiana on July 10. 15..3. Teen-agers of all churches are Houpt was associated with the Residential building led the field i Repair1950.. $1,500( ( 1051! trouble.Mr Parker pointed out that in I I 2. Watch your child for "ymp- i h''iestt.art' 'I r "'i. 't '.

her parents were the late Alonzo urged to attend and give their Ridgewood Hospital in Daytona in 1951. accOunting for $140.790of 2225. several :: toms of poor vision, poor hearing j I of liospltil f" iV! H S r.H it
The in commercial construction ; Texaexperiment
anti Lucettia Bi ingle Turner. She opinions on the problems at hand: Beach for six and a half years. the grand total Commercial drop-off a and poor general health. HaPII I| *iv.. other !',! i j.l.1 ('''ft iiWCrC .,
was a hfelorg member of the there will bea Prior to that he practiced in Orlando corstnution totaled $I 21.920: in- i.s accounted for by the I i ago 3SS children from "regularly i him checked and treated if nec'ssarv ,.
given MIn -
After the meeting I ., ; pnonf
for ten years dustrial. $65.500: and repairs.. fact that 1950 figure included some I: lit c1as'rooms.like we have herein .
Methodist Church. short social period during which $2.225: of' the new church construction, Bradford County" were placed I answer t"" vnue' (dour,' '
her husband. John refreshments will be served Dr. Houpfs Wife and their 19- business 'I 3. Help us get facilities for d*>al- ..
Besides i ; while the 1951 total was for properly lighted classrooms and I 1Are expre.'tt'd it !h< !'i.M I.. :!
Graham. she is survived by 0'1 year-oM daughter. Barbara Jean These year-end figures were released I in ing with the emotionally disturbed .. .
construction largely. eix months visual problem of -idav a- t1. i I"'f "cA I 11111'',' ,
I this week ty: D.V. Carpenter in be I1and1Pdproperly
sister Mrs Henry Herbig and will arrive this week and the family The gain in industrial construction I students decreased 65 per cent \ children who cannot : ,i.Id. fm
brother Roy Turner both of Indianapolis. Council MeetingThe will reside at 302 Lafayette St. '! city building inspectorThe : I I in 1951 is! attributed to Ihl"nt. accomplished 10 months ofprogress in the regular clasroom sanction' ">-* and opera'inp .. ,
I The ,
records show that 21 new I 4. Be aware of your ctuld'sleam-
lothes I
> work
Ind W in the six-month test -!, ..- of a hospital. Clerk "t I'
I homes built Starke In 1931.a i and don't expect too
were in I I ms potential
Funeral hen ties were held from City Council will hold us DanceNotice plant here he said Court A J Thoma- 4.tI'I. i \\ rI
No i period of him.
Legion gain of three over the 18 new I Mr wishe to remindthe much or too little .
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel ir I first meeting of the new year houses constructed in 1950. Carpenter contemplating -t The speaker stated that 67 per The speaker said that as an aid there's a will! here's a ... .1 i\ r
public that anyone I .. .
Xc has been given that there pupils help this think vi'- r't' tn snar'. 1'.
Starke Saturday morning at 11 next Tuesday night. Jan. 15. ; Comparative figures for the past any new construction cent of Bradford County to parents who wish to

o'clock with Rev. T. G. Mitchell meeting was held on the .first I will not be an American Legion two years are as follows: 'should bring plans and specifications get less than minimum classroom program a special ten weeks < our-- I as any. titbfr't in FT .nd t'hor j
..' D"- "- '. .
of 40 ft. candles Office in the '"Psyebotogr! rM! : an 1
Interment was in Tuesday since it fell on Jan. 1. a dance: at the armory this Saturday Residential Construction: 1930 to him for approval before lighting ,
officiating I -I
to wft h'f' 1r. '
I I workers, he said. are supposed velopment"
I night. $71,900; 1951 140790. an''vuig for a building permit I
Crosby Lake Cemetery. holiday.: I

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County TelegraphESTABLISHED --Maj J J Rear.j'J:, the had'r installed new television set. which they gathering, also Marcus Conner. H I Sing In Lake Butler Su:: : t I
I Friday.Mrs. B. Kelly and Oscar
BAYLESS HIVAYBY \/ Crosby. They Sad
A. C. Ellis t'recenQy.
U. S Marine Corps i, O E Crosby and children are bringing a lair price. I Seems up t n r"

1879 E. L MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR -- ', Mrs. O. F.. Crosby Sherman and Beverly Jo, and Miss Lavon Crosby has accepted a job not here for ionR as Ht.ng th."t w n.;\h!' "I:
Editor Telegraph: Jeanette Douglas attended the revival -
with Charles
Second Darby in his
and Entered as grocerystore. ant ,
actor an 1
rubllshed Every "
Class Matter at the KrlaayfrjJJ Post tf |;>*v Office at Starke. Fla I am instructed by Chairman Raymond E. Barnes of the Florida I Church News II i Church at Friday Long night.Bridge Christian I He is giving his brother, unit for his farm he "- \
Industrial Commission to congratulate you on receiving an award I Don't forget Church service at' Jimmy. --om competitionMr is harvtttll1g'; his ton
for meritorious production of a fine newspaper in your Bayle-s Highway Baptist Church! Most ot th, tair.fis-: -. f'lh: : and! MtMaiiU (',lm1"f M'a-, i t th", t.i.It .'
Member I"M $ 1952 community.We Sunday and ing thi'.i/ :ai' "IT.! :p "I..i."- thI.k '- and 1 :M.1" i MF1: } .v 1 (t't.o h : t- von ".i., ,
believe that Florida weekly newspapers, and in morning e't'ningb .1"\
yours particular, the pastor Rev. J. E. La lid. of \ S I' \\ i C ,-I.i ''ni>y .1 i i d.i ritr1 a : : \\ .r !li t- t thut I :: I" t't :' 1\ ", .
are performing a very valuable service in Florida and in these days "
1 Jacksonville Also Sunday School! ..
Months when complimen.s are few and far far between, especially to newspaper --
Anm.ally XS&T50 For Six every Sunday morning at 10 a iv\
SuLM-rlptlon $2.75 editors. we think they deaen-e public recognition. It K for that
and Training Union at 6:30: p n; 1
reason we are sending you this note of appreciation. Sincerely Everyone is invited to attend three ,

George W. Hopkins services. Let's all go to the! Check these Red Hot Specials !

Florida Industrial Comm. Church of our choice and start I iJv '
THE READERS SPEAKEvery -- New Year off right and say ::1't '
prayer each night for the pear /= '
Editor Telegraph: ;,
of the world. '
As we enter the New Year we at the Children'- Home Society of Watch
once in a while it seems to us, it would be nice for the editorto Florida cannot help but be thankful -and grateful for the kindness. About one hundred people enjoyed -

take a vacation from "heavy thinking' and permit the readers to courtesies. and particularly for the space-contnbuted to the Children's an old fashioned gettogether ; -

take over this column of .pinion. We are perfectly agreeable to sucha I Home Society by the Telegraph.We and sing at the home of Mr. and --

if we find we have enough readers who arc efficiently i interested to for Mrs. Floyd Crosby on :"leYear'-
plan are especially grateful you helping to make our December -
take their in hand eve night.! Good gospel singing \\'aenjoyed
of the world about them to pen -
in the affairs appeal to the people of Florida an outstanding success Please '
. during the evening. T.m\' -
and express an opinion. accept our very best wishes for a happy, successful and prosperous and Mae Gonzales renderedev...; JIt

Interestarid New Year. Very gratefully yours, i il lovely vocals for the audieiu .

O K. Fran1'Direi.t>rAnd i Tony al.so played several piano I
producing belowIs especially so. \Ve urge our readers. to study it solos! for the guests Lat." n th- : ;Ti '

know what are thinking along this same thus readers .' .. eu'nnitj deliciourefresh": ors; oti .fI
our ,
carefully) and then let us you speak. Although most > the l l.'t' alx,>v .
i -1ndAii-he.s: and coffee w ;unedj -
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line: iiKi are in the "bouquet" category and we are deeply send: hum''t'' : ,'-
j In Mrs; Crosby Sh..,J 1aefot, -
t i. I fur we are perfectly willing to be the tar;"t f'lr rime? con-itruetive j midnight Tony Gonzales v .'n-d < Quantih Rights HC'l'n cd Pril'l', (feud Thru sat .Jan. 1'?

tI I Box 221. Raiford Fla I brukbatSu icmon readers let's m ik.. 19r':? r, express your I heart-touching prayer for the. <....n.

December 22, 1951.E. opmiiii!. yeas I!." !the Telegiaph k.w1:1 i ,, "I"'] .rMay- !I ling year and for the peace of "',''

L. Matthews Editor be V <. have "1. ,,1'\! -'our" :. .: 'h I' : 1 1.- A.i.T n.jj 1":' ; :Nation At the hour of 12 f:.,
younger folk set off an array ,: 152 Call Street
Bradford County Telegraph, Everyday -
fare .
: works to announce the end '
Starke. Florida. I 19M: and the beginning of 1i!I-,.' Ipecials *TpiB If Starke, Florida
Subject: What Price Patriotism; I Kvetyoiie: departed at 12.01 w.-:

I am a reader of your publication and consider myself a loyal [L6ljll1fa ,j,1:1-: each other a happy Nt'w.1' --

American Citizen. I' MiA L .
Driggers and I dan.1
I understand that you are a conscientious! honest reasonable man, I :u-i' Mis H. Dukes and :Mrs. Hot; Chase & Sanborn Pressure Pack (Limit 1 Please!))

open to constructive suggestion and therefore I am writing to you Mi :Nabb and son. Mike, of Lak.P.utlet .

in the hope that you have the fortitude to express your reaction to were vIsiting Mr and MtJ -
my proposal. Pvrqess /IfohrPONCA.NEBR R Kelly last week. Mrs. M J,

With public scandal originating in high places, the stench of dishonest = ;== N'abb left Saturday ail fnui.
New YOlk to North Africa to KM' 1
and dishonorable indiscretions emanating from literally every When-ia I Celebrate ( you' read this it will be a her husband, who is stationed,J n,
branch of our government it is time we took stock of ourselves and in llit old Africa for COFFEE79cCpN
i ,good year and I will have made three years We ill
put our house in order before we become the laughing stock of the :''We are M busy Me resolutions. Whoopee': wish her much luck. Can't sa\: i

rest of the world. '|i lime to rat t the (in'key.Remember Y HILL: Daisy Lang sent envy her that nice long o,'<>,m

When one considers that through de 'ious routes with the knowledge box of holly ana this voyage. .
I thy 'I Spotted Rev. C. A. and,
Crosby :
branches of government
, of our State Department and other it was more beautiful than
i e beauty of the daughters. Hazel and Margie Fa\'.-
strategic materials find their way behind the "Iron Curtain" and into I made a wreath on a coat _
When a bright new visiting the J. R. Kellys Thursdo rr
Red China to be used to kill our men in Korea, I wonder just how dawningand and it is now hanging; be evening Glad to see Hazel honufrom '

dumb can we get? Of should I say how depraved can we get and the fields are wet the front door. I have ten: an extendeillay in Miami Old I Unrv! Ga. Gold Field

still look our heroes in the face? When the last pale cards from n'. former Sorry to hear about the TIOUSillness i Peas & Snaps
at Clay Hill. B!"s* their of Mrs ,16-ol. c
must be guaranteed a faded Maggie Norman
When in a National Emergency Industry !
"fair" profit, when labor demands higher and higher pay before it and the sun in all its ;|I IO'er I last week. Jo Ann tells me -his i Pork & Beans Can 71,2
HINTS: Use a or.wn feeling much better nOW.
will supply our defense needs when we must be given four for every I I the misty, puiple 1 I I C
bag to roast a ham in. That: Raymond Crosby had a viyunhappy n
three dollars we put into "defense bonds" we are all guilty of sOme- I smiling comes into view. t a lady toM me Says it I I New Year's expenem ; [Donald) lUu-K\ 2 303 Cans 29

thing for which a proper name has not be coined.In ma them tender Us I Seems as though he and his lawnmower

view: of the fact that we Americans pride ourselves on our When the "' horn for a trowel when became involved in a mix 12oz

spirit of fair play in sports and athletics and in our dealings with our awakens house plants. Have up and Raymond uffered seveticuts P.Nut Butter Glass 25c Del Mali Golden

fellow Americans. I"propose that we take positive steps to demon- to a wild bird'. early :: i saving your small scrap on both hand He was reallv ;: Cream Corn
high sweet ,
in bad shape for a few drat; I
strate that spirit during our present National Emergency. I heaven I II I II and all then melting them un- Couldn't get around very ininh l ,, rOi'l Pure, Str:I\\ tWIT', :"
I that all loyal Americans our leadership in all com in stick together and
propose press I a song of praise Glad the electricity was not mi
ponents of our society to insist that our government install\ at once And the rose unfolds make a large bar of the the mower as he would have pioh- ':

a program of Tolal Conscription for the duration of this emergencyand I I the beauty of the 'I soap. ? Good fora..1' ably lost a hand. Preserves 12 oz Glass 23c 2 303 Cans 33c

six months thereafter. By this I mean Conscription of Men, Ma.I I Remember they is bit :Mr ami Mrs. Claude 3h'.'' ,'r,
chines. Material and Money with National Service from all and profitsto the a warmer I no'e and ;Mrs Junior Phtlman and I halt
I s j day is young and fa l'! \ are dripping some The of Tampa spent the New \,11' -
none. i Anna is white. Every day I I vacation with Mrs. Moore's pate I -
We need a new\ kind of Patriotism. A patriotism! without a price I Digger for a walk with m entMr and Mrs W R Han I 'I'!

tag! .i| Those who love nature post office lIe had lots of anti other lelative-.

Why should some Americans 'sain wealth and economic advantage! :> can watch the sun rise I enjoy the walk more be The H B Kellyai..' t'lIj..\ .. uj ri I.B.3r35c
through war wages, war profits, war racketeering, black markets,, I can feel the presence of he so enjoys seeing and lt l now (
not to mention mink coats, deep freezes shakedowns etc. ad in-. tor. God is so near and so many things. t j, POLITICAL
: not forget that when I he be time to study the seed I )
finitum while other Americans are dying by the thousands in the defense .I I ANNOUNCEMENTS
j arrives. Now (' and plan the clean
of their country? I spring : ....4
1 We had a quiet : I already have visions of how 1''TO TIIF: (ITI/.KNs 0IBit IiSTh ),
I the for service but I for will
am over age limit military one am Phillips' Delicious!
I roasted the turkey "nd are going to look. and! i'TOKO ('0( : DONALD DUCK
to all of and and ,
ing pledge iny property money physical equipment Eve
we opened our when in bloom. I hop.im'
my service to my government for the duration of this National emergency I game a Sunbeam I bed will pm\iM" 'i-; Tomato Soup

and six month after, asking in return 'that I be given the same was so happy to RH it. I some nice June b"'rt 1..- 1' .- Salad

standard of pay and allowances that are afforded the men and I 1 nice box from my son is full of interest:'; '')I.. ;, Dressing

women in the armed forces. I further lequest that all other Americans glows blouse; scarf Ya am planning i tn,> I c'y7M..arat .

do the same in order that we may efficiently! defeat our enemies I with my name on it to see my son imi I 'i ,' i i 310\/20Z\' Cans 25cSandwich

both at house and abroad. tape measure. I gave fly back 'here b\ t ., ,'. 1r' -OR-
H. J. Kucera. robe. He put it on to s and n to Iri.l(. ir iI -
I I took the tree out the is my favor! \: v \ "
*+ Christmas and now I I .
( Editors note: There must be many others who feel a< Dr. Kucera + Spread gL'F d
quilt in the now :
does about the pre., nt "State of the Nation" and the conduct of some I blocks almost quilted. out I'. '!! i h.-a-!! ,

of our public officials in high places. It would be interesting to hear. me a hand one a

from some of our other leaders on the subject.: pinned it together and {' flying loud / Full Pint Jar InC

Editor Telegraph: -- t I me frame."h roll it up n and I get place light year i h. .iving :::1 i.: I { f"( \ No 1 Tall u

I out Wilt! bell
Just a. word of appreciation at the beginning of a New Year for, i shall quilt some before ,1 i bYn $

the new feature of church "A Is Born." Each :cook supper. I r C
your page Hymn Friday i- i I and PP.-;*" N Flo. Crys'als Fcrv ParkSUSAR
evening I read aloud the origin and story of the hymn from our I have here with me I to all of you ,

paper, then my daughters and I gather: around the family piano and i I mas cards from Clay bless you all ;

sing it through. Interest and inspiration is developed this way from other parts of Florida. LOVE ; I .: \ r < TI

the Faith of Our Fathers. We are always keenly disappointed if the makes me very happy 9.Leon Cm.r .', ::1" ,

hymn is omitted from our favorite newspaper. With kindest regard; ,' am friends.not entirely r'h'n the nice fruit k-- .::1 I 1 It., I j"
TIlls is
my : .. that the ....
-Mrs. M. C. Sweeney. I j mas now in Nebraska. boy f 'II:: l

-- ,: had the ideal white' in, She latet! baked 'HIt'' n'\ 5 Lbs 45C

Editor Telegraph: Christmas Eve and .
was a >entt that he .Ihl >oh : '" :"- '
We felt we were rot able to keep the subscription of The, night and we
up really .
price ,
enpr did not have a nail r.i it the i\\\ \><. i. i .IU';: :\1 r. ;i""i' .nIt"
Telegraph any longer, but since we read the editorial Chris I home. -- -
in your So tic.A! everybo.lv h !happy I hoii'irt'il \\ its \tilt high t > 'II
mas edition entitled "There Is A Cure, we decided to try to subscribe It will SIKIII be a :": I :New Y...ar'GRAHAM I shall discharge the duties 01 tin Stokely Calif.

again We join you in doing all the good we can for the betterment -- office faithfully. honestly and '

of our country. Sincerely :yours the very best of my abiliu 1

-Rev. and Mr W. M. Lawhon PINE I shall, if elected appoint front .
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Editor Telegraph: By :\Ir... II. :M. :\ ( By :Mr. John :McKInny the highest character a' q-! .,i PEACHES No 21/2 Can29c

I fications: of cour ipjMi.1
Once more it is our privilege to greet you 81 the beginning of a L' Rev W F. Hall filled I :
i j .\lIi'-; : U'iri nientwill be :u: t'!', ": iep; .'
tlt'year, and to thank you for your cooperation in the past year at Pine '' 'i.i I'htl.lrt'n.lld" .
until after the .1.-! t. '
Church :
Sunday and : Ir ,
Thanks to the help given us by )you and your f.'lIoeditors, oui morning a-i i M; Leon- I --
ning Ten members were i MtKinn.y ,.{ Sanf-inl I I am a nativ- .: e"', .
Marine recruiting district, which compri r's all but the ten westernmost wet \
the thurch i oli. some b> Hi Mr and MrJohn Me- and m}' life u. *: e 'I.,' i 1- \ ,. .. I I. I' "d I ;, ''-' ", .; (. '
counties of the State, has achieved the remarkable r"-, ord olleonutinj f r I 2'
some for I
baptism Rev !'. ovethe! weekend open book with ', > ? about 25 per gent of the Marines obtained in the -ever i Hall left about : I' : and 3I t.'. H. M WnsIn: had C'lnl''rlllllg111' : "i a-;
con. Ga due to the '{ ; i '<.
weekend gue-t.-s Mr and Citizenship I an V{ g' r-I.I 49cOra
.. Roast
r rna Hall's Pork Lb
I Arnold Wasdin and h'.Idr-r! I I iul to theote- Li. ges 5L6, 23c
Stir guest- the : ..
\'llIl' for the supr>ort -.d.; m
From where I sit... Ly Joe Marsh Rae's were, Mr. and | Watson t N visiting hu help HOP" .?.! m. ,tIt ;) J' '. l-
Stephen, of
Orange : ; R L Sl'berries 4 Pk 99c
Lainer. of Eureka and 1 Watson. of Fat r- :- '1'. 'lOpl' t T",1 .. ,' .I. I :
| Calif .. ,
her of Ft. McCoy.Lt. s \ to the h. : H 1-
It's Slim's J. G Bishop .... ) Cam made a business tr IT rh. I': .J' I: t and d!,rt 1'h'; I) i
and little daughter left I Thursday where he pur !l-at .- .rt. t 1t'1',., I..: Pork Chops Lb 69c Org. Juice 6 [. 99c

For An "Honest" Meal home in Memphis. Tenn. a new tractor ',.t, people a' d .'
after and Mrs! L E ,
i morning spending Ratlifi t h. t i'" my '10--.' ,r. !
,. here with Mr and Mis Ratliffs .. ,
-- aunt. Mr- "!rt: nk: \\ .t :
Mo t people thought Slim Benson cents?" I asked Buck. "Had an extra Myricb and his mother. Keene in Palatks! Th':;- : !Y I.. ... J" in.. d, I) I ; .' f. j : : ,.
would probabl go broke when cup of Java the other day,Joe, ,' Myrick of Lake ee B Stri'klari: j .' ; Lit, I;; .\ .'. '. r 'w: ,,': u' EGGS 53c
he first started his of let and forgot all about t "til here they visited Mrs I .
!system ; now, sister L">in!' > :\ -it. 1 i I ,:: ,
tine ru>tomers figure out their lie says. parents in Orlando and \ _ie-- ,.- . t '. :.. 73c
in Winter .ni! : t t : Chuck Roast Lb
o*n checks over at his big diner on from where I sit, most peopleare The young people of :Mr r:al 1 'Y' < i- 1 ",; OLEO 27c19C

the highway. basically hone t and that church attended the 1 > : \! F: p'' S'i c a ,.II:'1 .

Slim tt usts them to pay for as goes for their opinions:, too, even ing at Johnstown | <'.! -'.. -. T.-l: : _'hi I .I:; 1<1 .

much as they\ eat-you simply tell though they may be different than : night. j I' ; >.1- : ti: : ,.. .*.! .m.I 'I -' .r "' .' : ."

Sally, his cashier the amount of our ow n. I like! a glass of beer with M:. and Mrs A R Sanderof Penney Farms r '('i. r ;

your bill. It works, too. Take the my dinner; you may prefer something ..an. accompanied by the i I Bern- Sue Sta- !mg lent. t he p.1 .: I :jlald '..r', l
Raes. visited Mr and ,i with 1 t !.... '!.I
other day when Buck Harris: told else but we all oue'at to rv.:

Sally his bill was 35?. be allowed to "figure it out" our Wood in Jacksonville. ir : M'Bbh, :. .- ;.rr-:., :> lUll t.....F:..'nn ul I t \1 '
Birthday Crlrl! > : 1'.1\ .
Now I was right there with tehe! : : \ :-i'M jr i i :M1-- I It.
Miss Joyce Thomas !! '> Mlth.. 1
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Buck and I knew all he had was her fifteenth ; A-A; -"f uri'ri and a, ..
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J to u-n '
coffee and pie which comes to a c3 Qu4. of her parents. Mr and Crensnaw If Gain" -I. 'f..- \nt ,.if ,,s
quarter. "How come thirty-five : I sell Thomas Thursday !1 vsMtei :" r iauK/ :::rr Ir"n,. ', ., ,
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,,50 young people IL't "Irh:
ceived many beautiful I ,'.t r ..' : .1. 1- r. ,.',

-ra Ce -riphr,1,5!, t'lIiuil tat' BrC'.fctS fC7JJ1ti !I. and cake were serve : -: I' . .'.
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o.-- I bye to two of our most! faithful was our annual doll show which i w -. 11.. ..1., ir.i' ,i.n,1 .", n :\OTICfi 10 .IPPIMK :\1.01.I ..in, \j. sander Maihlrnzit. IVf Avenue. X. w Y.>rk. \"-w Y .
plant I: u l II! 1. ;.,k.n .1' nt< --...1! : In Clrcnlt Court. llra members. TheV. V. PbJers is held each year the first weekin ; ,.
l.M' Florida In Chancery. NoSier To ,
suit for fHvi.rc
has .
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMNBy 1 1I charter members, are leaving us. January. Each little girl took J Tin- : ... .. t 'hall t. T'..1hid; (,n..1 I ( 1.i 'a I.e\me. I'I.tlnlfi, \ Y"I To Mai ...1m1..1alld.... MaoKen- again-: rColit
..a.h w- .1\ fir fo';r "n-hnl '%" 1 lion .I... l k I...\ ,n.. Ilef. ",''"I I zi.. xx hos, .. t.sulen eis I Little SandsP .>n.l .u -. '
i Bill has served as treasurer TU her doll on the stage and introduced wks n The nradfi.rd County T..l-- I'' C.i'r :X: '' v''-,,, line ':.I'\ .itI IsUnd. Canada. ed to serve a \ I

her to the audience. The graph > *.tlee To Appear. Y..n are hereby notified that a I' .
I director. SS teacher for Inter-) I ur pleading t t I"!
Pat.-d this :2nd! dav ,.f Januarv T.' Vern.nIa.'k 1.. \ ''I i,,'. \\ h.-. *ut: for Inxorce has been filed Plaintiffs .
Sara McDonald several weeks in Florida. mediate Boys. and in October was I prize. a red lollipop. was won by a I 1t.! :._. iisiden.e and .iddress ,inkii'n against you in the above named :tm, \\. i iI..r. \

I Mrs. Tom Hurd and Mrs! Frank ordained a deacon. Grace has doll dressed as "Little Red RidingHoodS' ifiPFIi'TAt SEAL A. J Thomas. You are hereby, notified, that a Court and cause and you are required laltlt-sx' I h. F: .
Year's AS rj..rk (.f *aid i rourtHv suit for Divot''' has been filnl to serve a copy of your an- ..rilt'I'\i il! in l lof ,.
The New Day party put DoWn visited Rev. and Mrs Weld taught in the Sunday School since whose owner was Joan : M> I iile T. I> .a\. r. I''-piit"ltrk against you in the above named >\\.r .or pleading t.. the complaint th. C l 'I i it' I

fn> by the Woman's Club on Jan. last week. They are from Lynn the church was organized until Ryan of the first grade i 1 4 4t 1 :25 Court and cause and you are required in th. 1'1.011111'1. ..in,.x -. Kx.in-, -' I"r| Ii' 11
to serve a copy of your an- T. Kvans mlVaI r> Kxats. jrM" 'I'! i. j I itxx
1 was very successful. Proceeds Haven. October when she was elected One of our patrons Clyde Her- j iiI: 1(1 UM'KUt: swer or pleading to the complaint la'r\. I.int., Bit :Mint .1.i. :X- 1 II 1 ,h. ih .IS'

from the birthday o'fering amounted Mrs. S. E. McKay and Miss General Secretary. She is alsc: I I sey, has gone to a sanitarium for In Clrruif Court llru.lfi.r.l County. on the Plaintiff's Altm nev.. T FrinkIjindrum. sonviib' 1": "' .H :111.) file 'he .'rz; in.A' Th. -n' "I'
Kloriiln: In (hnn-. rr.Ilavid Starke, Flo.id'a. and file in tl.t .fh.f the Clerk ..f Ih"l ..fI. I. *i u ..
to about $65 which was a welcome Gertrude Houser entertained at General Secretary of the TU, and I rest and! trea t rr.ent. Please ic- J..1i.rt nllh. Plaintiff vs. the original In the office of the 1 'I" I II I |ii | ,n "I'| I"of( oj., ,1" JM |, w..i.i ks I m 'he l hra.. .., ,, ..1\' ,
addition to the treasury. Elsie :M.me\ i : |I'-f. ndan Clerk of fie Circuit Court on or d I.. x I.ui, i i I".-j: i 11.\\, .,,. graph
There Smith
member him
the Inn Ian Friday evening. co-chairman of Horton Circle in your prayers. .. .
the '. .011..r .fl.'I. 11,1.| -, i '
4', ., No '7:: before the !' th day of J.uiuarv.: r'I -n'|1';' tl! lv I i I. l't't I
Sandwiches coffee and punch were were six tables of bridge and one \VMTJ. There were 60 of our pupils in a \..'I.., Tit"MI": t. othe"wisr" the allegations! of !said I:lkII .1 ..It I. -,.,.,1 I |I.'X \ ,,I" I' I'M!
Complaint will be taken !t.',..nf.ed .---- Th! ;s 1'1'''ehall be: I'"lo'h"! (uFl'li! ] \ si' x \ I
in the lounge and then a XT
served whocereideme
religious service Sunday. (': Kl-le Marie Smith
of canasta. i Members of the churfh join in by you onoe ei< I. w.,1. for four c"ns..t utivrweeks

delightful program of comedy Mrs. LaMort. who has been visit- I I I! wishing them happiness in their I The boys and guls in our school I.onp Bea.h) iJ036:6. California Kw-t P.uin.. This! notice shall he publishedonce ,tI1 )li.. 1t atlf..i 4 r"UnTT..I.It.. r.V .

songs and skits was enjoyed by ing Mrs. Weeks at the Inn. has returned -I surroundings.. have organized a soft ball club. I You are hereby notified that a weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- graph I'it..I \h.-> -Jl I li-I ,1."f. I 11, .i, |I.. |!
I suit for Divorce has been filed ,".
everyone. Mrs. Reynolds directedthe home. In the future the eraph.Dated. 1! .1tOUFf
to her New York we plan to play ; against you in the above named 'I '
1 \Y. SEAL)
A Thomas
this :;*th ,i.," .f TVcemhet J.
skits and Miss Cleva Carson Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiggins have : other small schools in the county. "ourt ar.d cau-e and you are required 1951 ci.ik] i of the Circuit ConitBy -

was in charge of the music. Mr. returned from their visit in North to serve a r-nv of your an- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Mxrt !.' T Deaver. nputy Clerk
-wer 01 pleadings to the romplaint Clerk of the (, Thom"1 12 > I it i '
Hughes and Mrs. Bryan Jenningswere Carolina. I HAMPTON '.n th. riamtiff'v Attornev. 7 u.h II.i By Myrtle T. Deaver. Let Us Thoroughly

soloists. Mr. Hughes is al I Baptist Church News I '.*ti>7li,03: I.rn'h nuiMine Ja'k-I| 12:! :2S 4t 1 110 1- I >OTI Kto

new resident of Ke/stone! and Mrs. The monthly meeting of the I By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney I II LAKE GENEVA' '-.nvill... in Florida the office and(.f the file Clerk Ito.riginal I If i I :-.ippniltIn i inTln ai"N"."-is.i.., ',i.-,, !h., r eengagtil....y J\'n! .11 i I'.t j,,
is from and I I. theirriiit Court on or before I Ithe underI., h. fniitious
Jennings Middleburg VMS held in the church Fri- I I Cirruit Court. n.cn.' of
was llrailfnril
By Blanche CunninghamMrs 4th ., .
I! < y..f February> :2. |1.1'| 'KY < :"is \\ .1 s .11 St.
Jacksonville. The program was day. Dec. 28, at 10:30: a.m. with !I :">mid*,' :>hool I'arty w i-.. il.. allegation 'of -aid olhl'r-\\ Kl.iri.ln, : In (.hanrerjr.. Stalk.nr,t'tl! io--.l fi.inv t-: IlIla. 9 Pounds
( V.ilia K. Kt k. i i'aitit! if. \ .I..i"
dedicated to "All those born before |1.I.tin'! will, I.e taken a" e.nfcopd by I and u.tend t to .'IZI-I'r -.i ud f. 1"11'
the Mrs E. T. Davis Mrs Joh. F K.k.i. H.
president. Q Childless ..
j entcii K L of Jackson feiulan'c naive III the otfue of Cl, i k .of ih. For 40c !
the year 1900." In a number presiding. tamed the Christian Intermediati Thi- n..ti.'.. shall be published'I"II" i -.. X" "'> : I Cir, ii't ciu lt ,.f Hi, .(>l lto I 'i| ii| ..' itv
i, \'illepent: Thursday with hei .1' I I' week for four e.n.ertlti. i iw.k Not Ire To \pp-nr. I IFioiid.i- '
Band the
The Played On, sing- After prayer by Mrs I B. Tyre. | Sunday School class at her home I. thr Bradford County Tel.graph ..- i To: John F. Kekei. ,\ ho-- .. i HI. !.in-'i' : ti"l.., '" ..r. FREE leach If Desired !
mother. Mis B .
ers were costumed in adaptationsof and a brief business session the in Gainesville CunninghamMrs I dem |is. Iii'. tte..ii 1'o.n': \ \ II''" s' .ii \k. }'la.
1890 fashions Mrs. I Friday evening.The : R f Rider and daughter. I 'at-r till" "IN i I day. of Dt.i-emliel. Hrooklvn.I NeltYork r I \P II.ir.lv.V.'st :)1..I.n, St
Jennings Royal Service program. "Advance : young folks made the trip nr I"1 You are herebv' tiolifi.-.l ti,.it ., ... s'.. .11Fla Temple ive stukQ

wore a hat which her mother-in- I I Where?", was presented.The two cars and left Saturday for their home in IFFIC1AL SKA I.) A. .1. Thomacieik -. ,I for. Divorce has been filed ;*!.:.tiii-t 1 I 1'.01.\I :-Ins I :I'l-i .*. ,l.x "f I 11......flit.' .
greatly enjoyed the Pensacola after spending the holi- ..r the Ciri-iiit Court > on in the above 1\.i'' .I I c >. rand \ I'I; .
law, Mrs. W. S. Jennings, wore 1 devotional was given by ''games. refreshments and fellowship Jlv Mvitl. T. Tieaver D"ptlt4'1..k ( cause and you ar- ..-'PII1..1! 1 : I I' I I IOTlrF.
her husband was inaugurated' days with her parents. Mr. and i serve a copy of your atsw-r "r \ TO \I'I't.lt
wen Mrs A. E. and others 1 4 4t 1 :J'
I Anthony. of the Ouldre-s I
I'I home Mrs L N Wagner. Also visitingthe ; pleading to the complaint on the III Circuit Court llrailfitril Count, We Will
as! governor of the state of Flo- the were .1 I Plaintiff'sttoinev Z I"I I h! rhiriiJai ("I. .
I taking part on program Friends regret that Martha Sin \ lit I(1: in \rri\u I. a Dru,
rida. The program closed with i Mrs M. L. Beasley. Mrs. C. T Brookins still Wagneis over the weekendwas In I is confined to the i Florida and file th-, "r.jj.nal, ,, Your Clothes
another daughter. Mrs. J 1'1..ritla: I It f hit nrrro. I vi lie. 1. :inilli I lr.; .v I 1'.1.i i Dry
an old-fashioned waltz by Dewey Parker. and Mrs. Mattie LawsonAt Alach, a Hospital, due to a broken Hou.inl I'llis: lulimiie! I'lamtiff in the office of the Clerk of the Clretlit ',, v, \ 'S

Willis and Mrs. E. Stitchberry. 12 luncheonwas i Hayes and family. of Holly Hill. 's Kill" ,. ril7.lbith: '1IIi,",,'. Te- I Court on .11 ,ti, ( .11. the JMh! d.ivof \olire To. .\ """nr.T. .
noon a special
!>shouMi'i sustained when she fell ,. .. For
Talk about a happy woman Mrs fdidatit I 'a'.. \.. S BTNnllrc l .lalillar) 1- otherwise ti ii- \\ I t. s 1 I. -
One feature of the program wasa i served in honor of the presIdent from j legations ot -an! I'ompl.imt o I i.: '\' ,j -
a tree the
during .
holidays.Mr. Tppenr:
.1. Andaer is just that. She was taken a- i...ti(. --. <\ bx v >.'i
square dance put on by a group whose thirteenth wedding I ToIMn.i: Kli7.ibth' Ni'iinlre.! ; :Ness .Xutomati Driera:
Kinnard formerly of Crescent Thi n..tj.-e shall r. 1"1" : i
lucky enough to catch a 10 lb. 5 oz who... y -i.l-n.". i- '.*t (i.ii.'al Street, I .
of young people. hxe..k fir r..llr i- 'njweeks To Re
anniversary falls on this date. once ea.
has .
City, bought and is occupying 5 nevn! \*w Ymk.YOU .
bass in Lake Geneva waters Saturday in the, Biadfotd, "c .1 111': i "
The square dance increased the Hostesses for this occasion were the Knight cottage on .in h..r..I\ n..If., ud that a ,sun I graph. II/isfry S
I The Andaer's live on the for T'iM.rce
in'crest of people in the pro- Mrs. A. G. Loudon. Sr. and Mrs School Lane. the I Dat.d tli "- J.'h" ." : 'bOS
many I i He is in the Insurance lake hns I I. n fil -d :.,rain..t v..u !in I
front and Mrs Andaer. an miOFFICIAL! ;
.-ct which the club hopes to inau- W. II. RiveisThe business. riliove named Court an.1 IMII '. amivou I
( s-rvM I: \
ardent fisherman. has caught II.'. .|."iro.d to s, r\. a i-oj'\ ..f The \
Cl. ik l i th. > i WasheteriaEvery
gurate in the near future-a seriesof .
Mrs M C. SWl'enl'rel'eiv'd v. an-\\ir or tileadmir I. the oint.laltlt -
Wednesday night Prayer I numerous smaller ones. But thi. .. the Plll nliff''I"r']..\" s By M.vitk T !_', av. i I 1"1'i' G
dance classes taught and directed word last week of tl
the death of her
I Service was led by M. L. B<>asley I is the largest and needless to say V.ithiii <.heitz Ml.ert P.,t?. Til: Hike
by Phil Cousins of Gainesville Ii i nephew James ks..ii-
(Jimmy i Bonfield I.' r.hnp> V.iuMiMC.1.1.
she is veiv proud of her catch. TAI.nt-SAMI FAST SILt.
devotional OH
the theme for the being \niicn 10 \1'1'1\11: LIQUID
tile!) Vlorida.!
You will be hearing more of this x )
: of Mount Sterling. Ky. which occurred I In Clmilt ('....t. Itrail lord I nuiit .
"What Does God P.-quire of Me ?" Mrs George Tippings and I .. .", fl- the oriirip-1) in tl offi"' eof
later. I Flori.l.i In Chiincrrj. -
on Nw Year Day. He 'h. Cl.rkof the 1'.lIil"Y'.n :
daughter of Jacksonville are .. 'nonald\\.I Cial.t.! '
The Community Church at the I A Watch Night service! was held I II had visited\ in the Sweeney home :I guests of her son-in-law and 4th r l..f..r.dnv ..r th.Fel.riiarv. I'lh.ru *".! : Heta I lut! "'is" I *t ,do I I I'I'I ranch of

annual congregational meeting on at the church Monday night. Dec. : a number of years. .. '-. tl.. -ill,-catir'n"f '.i id I
Notice To .
daughter. Mr. and Mrs Leonard ..11.' 1.1 \\11 I... taKn 4'.nf. -
Sunday, Jan. 6. elected F. O Clark I 31, from 7.30: to 12:03: with R 0. Mrs. Debbie Hall! is spending' Hamm. .. 41 I.,. \'..11 To: 1.la Burnresiden. t > I

and (' E. Sipe to serve on the Mann as master of ceiemomes sew'ral'ef'ks in Savannah, Ga. Thnoli.! .". -Vail >.e piil.libedl |e. : I I''t, I II I' INSURANCEH. _
Miss .. .1 f, f. .". .."-*...".i. .' lh.n-r. I'nl.1.1(1.
May Kennedy of State- l > < li 1" I
board of trustees succeeding Mr I The program consisted of special i visiting relatives. .. ...1 !m, tli. Pradfoid! I'oiintv T..leT I I You at'*' herebv ni. '! ,t '! -
boio. I for PIVOI '" ,
Ga. anti i
Rushton and Lindsey Walker. music, fun, stunts and bief addresses W C. Burton spent New Year's is pending sometime at IZrotlh I fendant.. iii.i iii.-ti n.m-' ,
l..v ..f 1. -. mberfiFFICIM. .
her home here. it.l tl'i! < '
The pastor, Dr. James Farrar, by Mrs. E. T. Davis. .\. GLoudon Eve and the following day in the : 1 ,l- ed against y..u, ill .th. ,.' i
Coin and .in.Iquired
iaii: e
home of :'011'. and Mr. and Mrs T. Gregory and KM.i: JJ Tboina-. .
reported the membership of the Sr. and M L Bt a.ley. Mrs. Frank ( to serve :t.'I'' C. WALL\ AGENCY
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church as 191. C. J. Bastedo reported A feature of the program was Abernathy in Graham. daughter left :Monday for their Mi 1\\.. T I leaver. n..""", Clerl- I Ion Ser the or I'lainliff'It"pleading to I''" x I I HDouclas .

on the financial conditionof the "Parade of Talent" for the J \\". H. Griffin has returned to home in Pittsburgh Pa. after 14 4t I/Si I :.u:; Lvm-h I P: I I.i i _
j "nville Florida an1'' I I. 'I.. PLEASE PHONE 146 _
the church; Al Watson reportedfor youngsters. This included a song I his home heie after a holiday visit spending the past 10 days with the .\OIMI: "K ITIIIO10 I al in h.' ..ffi,'e of tin i '"' i M.

the Sunday School and Mrs. by Ann Cox. Patricia. and Wanda with his brother Arthur Griffin. ; Elmer and Charles Forsythe Ii 1.tS: t11t: HIIOIMK: ("iri'uit Court on ..r 1 I.. r. ''I.I v Constant Service Over 50 Tears.B.ALVAREZ&SON
lIlkf |I" h..Tt.h given thai I the un- day of lanuary. I''".-' >-t tb-! < .> -
Detweiler reported for the Church Sullivan; a solo by Martha Sue I in Georgia. families.Mr i1. i i-.igti.-tl i niK1. r' the provisioi.-I ofChapt.i allegations of.ml '. nip ,

Women.Mr. Finley; and recitations by Linda | Misses: Norma. Joan and Con and Mis Bishop My nek and I Ji"i'.'i',:! l.iws of Florida Acts I he taken as .'i.nf. --. .1 I \ -
of I'M! will .i.r.M t r with th,. il\,'rk This notice shall be published
and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr. Williamson Jackie Gant, and Joe { me Sweeney and Miss Sylvia May daughter left Saturday for Memphis IOf tin di. Hit Court. in and for one each week for four (constutiv __1 ---- --
I Krailfoxl? Countv Florida upon r... i weeks In the Bradford County Tel I
Mann. were guests at a buffet supper in Tenn. after the holidays with
and family enjoyed the Christmas I ....iT" of pionf ..f l'III.\I'all..n\ ..f this' I graph. '
holidays with relatives in New Refreshments were served at I the home of Mr and :Mrs. Fred! his mother Mr -. Sue Myrick and ti .( I'-.. tin fi. titioiis nam..f 1'ine l! la"IIIo" :Jiith'' d.ix I I'" I R. TRANSFER ANDSTORAGE

9:45: and later in th- evening twol| Dodd at Keystone on Thuisdayj: other relatives in Starke. He is Tree Inn under 1\ hkh I am .nJraJ.d 1911! CO.
Jersey. HI business at Starke. Fla'iI1iam (OFFICIAL RE.AL) A .1 Thomas.
Miss Louise Poindexter and Miss film strips were shown. : evening. Other guests were Evangelist -! stationed in Memphis with the i-.nenl.-rger. ottiirr. 1" tux: 1. I Clerk of the Circuit r..iirt I

I The closing meditation was lei? and Mis. Elmer I). Piper > Navy. stark... Florida Py Myrtle T Deavcr. liepntvt'li.rltOTlCIT0tPPl '
Marie Simpson of Portsmouth. Va. II r'at,'.l this 1th dav of Jnnuaiv. 1 I. > t. Sq .__ .-....,.;..--- ,
Rt.Frt'd I). Ganton and three :
I stopped over a few hours on their by the pastor. children. Nancy, Sharon Jacksonville callei s Monday .\ II 1T.2;: at iitrk'flratlutird: -, f 5' .1 \ local
return trip north to visit their the theme "Christ and You in and Paul of Gieenville. S. C. were T. :'01. Finley. Mrs. R. For- Countv. Florida. l 4 4t l'j: ;; I In ('in-ill' (Court llrinlforil. \It( oinil |, % R.8. S- t'SOM i j.I *voperate distance,
II '52". The last ten minutes of the I i Mr. and Mrs Dewitt Pievatt sythe. Mrs A. Carlson and Mrs B. I. I'lorlilai In hiiiit-er> 4. .
friends the Tullis' in ( '
Keystone.Mr. service, conducted by candlelightwere I' and family. of Jacksonville were 'II Cunningham.i "' TICK eiP IMITII TOIU. '!"lothK: :M li, K. i / I II J > MOVING I anjwhrre In U. S.

and J. E. Hammond. residents I I :<. | | iit FIl titus o \1: I qj I.. t.
I beautiful and impressive A? visiting relatives here on NewYear's : N..t ire is heietty given that tlKitini.rsij.ti.il ,, '
Refinance Ytuir Deht.s 'Jss
V of returned
Crystal Lake l. the provision''
the old year died heads weie Day.J.fljOjflg un r FA( EIJ.FAT
from their former home in MarY- I BUY KVTKKKKOOK The i of rhaptu' :JO'i'.t.: I-ivvs of FloridaAits ,' With a 20-1) ';ir-5",, Intcn-M ::
bowed as the congregation knelt the New Year holiday Fountain ,.r i'.4l ,ill r*.", ristr with the

land with their household goods In a prayer of dedication led b\ with Mr. and Mis Leo Wiggins of Penith a point for'eery ('" ik ..f ih. -ir., mi ...111.'. in and Federal Land Bank NTOCGE

last week. They report a very ii' 1'. $2 complete. Bradford for l<, .,1f.,1 Countv Florida: npor
the pastor The closing prayerwas I Jal'kson\'illt'were Postmaster tll)(' roeifit ..f I.ro..f "f ,.iiI.li],i. all..n ..t( '
cold 71l tHo. Mrs Ham'mond' County' Telegraph.; Farm Loan 1U11JT11St"ent !
a icy !! led by Mrs H 0 Mann :Mis. H Wiggins.. Joe WigginsMis this notii. th. fntitioiis Tilt .I'.. if.louriial :
Aunt Minnie and her companionand (.f Xalui opatlu. M.dK.in;
sF.K: ;
George Williams and son 1'11--. :
II :id r which I am npaped TI
nurse have arrived to spend With sincere regret we sav gundCOMPLETE Unwell In rirruil ('....r. Ii jii d ford County, tI, ss at Craham,. Florida M Campa- R.V.. 1iIfl .N : .' I For -

rioriii! In ('liniicerj. Ti, '1.. ."rah.iMi. 'Ft"' .11' HEU'IIEHBHOS.)
Miss :Margaret Kincaid of High'' 1-' n.i i: l I..tld""hl'i IM.mitiff., v-. I..I.-.I "l' IIi l I- !I' rJ22 X Main Stt *". tOa.iii wr first !

;SHT' 'i., and Gainesville th i 111.1,1: i i 1",1.,1-" t ,I. II. t' rt.i.int I"I i s-,1, I I. .,... ,'l .' s'i'1 -l Ser us
was ; : ] 1 .III
..tSN" 'sii 1 r"lInl" Fl,,.' ," ,
k. "ci gllest nl Miss! Helen Jean Order (If I'uMiVaiii.n,| \iicr Tn iIL

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< !' Barbara Sue and Inf. K>.'| .\l'( > :t. .. l- M! 4 }"<,' :>

'i .Ir. ww rJInnci' guests of F, all' ,I-, ", I".i((1 i | ..t |ii| t.| : '. .: '"
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I \V. :.iinily Sunday.ion i.uiii.ii*. .' j r>: j. in Tin ." I.. ', f. ; : ,
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I i beu.p :Mi--. Horne Hf ,s.-. l k .1 l.\ ..i .mi ,lt.iii.l I :." '" I >fl t"9'V: r.yIi( : ..
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this Ont. r I' in Hit (".iji utikisues. \- -

I \ t hat the excitement of the .
\itn'---.iiv ha nil anil nffi. i I.d i '
'ti>M, iii,is season has somewhat at :0:1 a I 1\... Ii..: uI.t. this I., ,", : ---,.. _. ""''I'ir"-

.ubsuliil I we are going to try tot :21( I. 1'T.lOFFUMAT.. ., SHAM .> J. Tlioi ;.<. )) I "T'

: "' : i school news in the paper As- t'lik >.f !said ( '..u 11JInf!) II v ld Jr ei

,.." .. ,'.k. Rv SUrttc T Pra\t OpPI"Y Cl. rk :
Alan t' \\int.r. Jr. 40.1:: :Smith 1',1:01.: !
\1' Don Parker, our reading i IIIR, .l.i. ksi-nv !I Mf. Florida

in- ,iltant.! has been assisting us'I 12'58 4t l i -"': .....,..

"I' !JIgup a leading laboratoryin :\tllln in .\I'I'C.\Jt :1i\; k
In C'lrM.1t <'..u... II rail ford C..nT,H: : ;
./ tn. library. The members III' ri.irtili: In (l.a..err. i ;

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i" "itihth grade Were busy last < 's- l-all1.' .
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\ making binding .|s.- N" Vk : f } "A"
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4 in 1 hi.1-. school. Miss Swaubom is l.it"n K.I-IK I 1." ,1,1YI.II / :: J ,
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TWO YEARGUARANTEE Repeat) T..' Salv.it...- P> rr>'tt.i "I"!"..-* |I II
i re<.iil-noe and addr.--i.* I I"nlii.,, 'ui' I

v ,. ire going to use this for Milt You t...aiv fll\ Ii..-r.....-l.v.UKI. notified-toiiti that" .1 ..f.1 I I I IImald'n 2lLh; ( UJlCelyOjmcIf. for the Driving Tlirill of your life !

'I'i'! t theme song during the month nnai' In-l..-t-n f led. ap.i.i'M;
in I"0."" na
J muary.: Throughout the year
Court and ran** ami v. '. -\r? required

YALUAHLE ail III'US want to live closer to to 5'-rv a .....p"f. \ ', answer M'e want vou to be among the first driters in .
*" th '.nI" it
or plt-admtr
SPRAYERfor JfMls- on the Plaintiff < \tt.rn.. \. T r' ''V America to personally experience a basic ..'. \

$ 95 \v.. .re very sorry that Martha Landrum. StarV: Fl..rhl'; ,1 -iV) aJ\anccrnent in motor car engineering- ,' CV
the oripina 'n t' "H. "h -
of our best new Dual-Ranjie performance.
S> Btpokms. one .
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Motn-Pioofing. Pointing nrV of thp rir.! '. c 'i" 1- i -
Many Orlo.r U>.> loved pupils feU and broke her fore th. 4th d.i\ .1 F. i I. ".- Dual-RanCe performance means that Pontiac .. -' .
I otli*>rvc: trif -.1'. tt I' "a , shoulder during the Christmas combined a powerful high-compression \ ', _, --
PLUS Pnmpl.i t '.,*-..-r .' finfesswl .
(engine with (,M's Ihdra __ .J :
the new Dual-Range
i lula\s She is confined to l 1.\ v ... \

I Ditpotoblc; Bag ispital in Gainesville. We wrote one Thi.>nf-Tint!*. vv *("k-1'.1 fi r:: f. 'ir) "''.n"ef'lIt\1 1"1101h.! \..!! Matic Drive" and a new high-performance J __________________________________________ .
No Fun-No Nun
last week.'e economy aile to give > ou selective l'afurm'I t\ ., '
n.T .i ilas:; letter weeks in the P.r.i.UJ untv. T.1. -
Jwtt Throw Th.m AwayWrite graph once for an> driving condition. : '- 1/ :;
she with us again
I I I a. h.p is P..n '
T..t. 41] 'S > .J! .iv T.I In the Traffic ha tremendous t 2 .
little Range \ou \e (
Another of our pupils. 1" t /
(('oFF)' I 1.\L -I- M.I' \ .1 Tf acceleration and snap and go' At the touch 0"' ::..:: ;

To-Day Ban y Loper who lias rheumatic \ < ':. -:; .ud > ', .." of a finger ) ou can be in the Cruising Range, I 1

- S a -_ !-ver is still in the hospital at Bv M\r-y: I..-av. I-V''X 144oTin fl-'k- ; riding so smoothly economically and effort- TIlL POWER ) Ol n .'.,'r. 14 //':.\ ) ft f HlAT/r- ",:UK ) OU W.l.VT IT

1 COUPON I Palatka.'f' want all Christian lestly ,ou almost feel >ou're coasting. Come .
MAIL 1 I <(7 llltfh-< oin|>rt>...lon I ml DC'
who read this to thati \ : TO .ppRtn -
people pray I I in and drive it-for sensational new proof
In Circuit ( ..,it. Ilrailfurd CfUBtf. '! '.. "u.l-n.n II dr.-"all
ACME VACUUM God will restore these precious Klorl.lnt In ( Chanrrrf.T I that lollar for dollar jou can't beat a Pontiac !

,luldren to health if it be His will. < \ K. M't.hJr! Plaintiff v I evp'Oft4II; II' Litre Coil '! %..... 1-1' .'.1.
R."o. FII7.Jr..ral.1 fil' h..l1.! DfNntlre <1'\nl
I 40S W. Forsyth St: Jacksonville, Fla. I'I' The P T. A has purchased newplastic Ca"7'

dishes for our lunchroom T. vpr..i....
demonstration of fully T" H"'*- F'tiecrald: Mit. h -l!
would like free home your We appreciate all they have done
i I wh.- r.. id..n< .. and addr.s I-: l"n-
I I guaranteed: rebuilt Electrolux at $11.95. at no obliw I I for our school. It is a joy just to known .
T..U ar" hereby n..tifl) d that a .
look at the beautiful tables chairs 'I
gation to me. l, nit for Divorce has been filed

and dishes which they have provided against vou m the above named

I I NameI ___ __ ____ __ _ _____" _ __________ I for us. The joy is doubledI : Court and cause and you are required McGRIFF MOTORS
| to 5erve a copy of youranwer

Address _. - ---------------------- when we sit down to a plate piled ; or pleading jo the complaint -
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j City ___ _________ ______ ___ __ State____________ I up with the good food which Mrs I J on ThnmaJr. the! Plaintiff Stark Aorneys.A FlnriJa. .
Johnson and fll th" oriKinal! in the .fflf'. r.f :
prepares. STARKE FLA.
'iflc\ IMrettions BCT .- TEMPLE! A"E. AND PRATT ST. : ,
Sid .
I I If K.F.D. Address I'Iee I .1 th- -ir.'U-T 1'"' Co> "r f..r.to \
The great event of last Friday ... .- .
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.. Junior Club Miss Esther Shuford Baptist Circles Mrs. O. L. Beasley I j! Lioness ClubThe rang at-8 o'clock at th :

Plans AssistanceIn Weds Richard Carter Met Tuesday I Auxiliary HostessThe ; I Mrs. Ned Yancey,
I Lioness Club will hold its
!\ Of DimesThe
\i Wilbur Scott was hostess St. :Marks: Auxiliary held ': monthly meeting Thursday evening I <',\1m OF TIIXNHx:
Junior Woman's Club held Palsy I Fowler circle of the its regular monthly meeting Monday -1 I I Jan. 17 in the Lion's Den at We the family of the Li' ,

its regular monthly meeting Monday \\MS- > the Baptist church Tu*'s- afternoon at the residence of t 7:30 o'clock. Johnson take this nu-tl..,.: \

1 evening at 8 o'cloi'k ai the | da '. :soon i with ten members I :Mrs.: O. L Beasley. The rreetmg The election of officers will take'I pressing OUr thank ,ILd, ', ; ,

club house. Ann n \> isitor piesent. I was opened by the president Mrs :| place and all members elation to our many tr :e', ,, .
Gladys Moot}' Ti i .cting was opened with Mattie Gahagan, with devotionalby : be present. are urgedto I rendered many acts! ,.I i ,\.j I -
Committee of the Newfear's
Phone 35 reports 'P. PI" nMrs. Maxie Carter, Cir- :Miss: Clara Leaman. during his illness1' ;, I'
j Eve dance were read during I
wal'tlrs.: Lex Green those who seat flower ,
nr : pro During tt!' business meeting ; : '
I" I" I the business meeting which j Beta Sigma Phi
I gnU nairman. led the devotional the chairman of each committeefor ( | and condolences, and !th I ".

Miss Helen Tsavaris Weds Dr. Kartsonis was presided over by the president an' ea'. an interesting program 1952 was introduced by the i The Beta SIgma Phi I donated cars May God| hit; ,- .\
Mrs D. L. Thomas. The clut surotity A'ill I I 'f ,
enr'u '"mod News For All Whc secretary The outgoing chairmen I hold! : you. Mrs Chris'-!, i ,
In voted to contribute $10 It the I next meeting k
In Church Ceremony Tarpon SpringsMiss > 4 ( Seek grave a report on the progress Monday eve- Diggs and iamtlr.
Bradford County booth a' The J IIT'S f
\1 inter had charge of a made by each committee
Helen Tsavaris, daughterof Florida State Fair. ,
'justness session. Offering during the past year.
Capt. and Mrs. John Tsavarisof :Mrs: J. L. Anderson, chairman TIME
'Ii' ift There
iv T and the Lottie Moon will be an installation of PLANT
Springs and New York .of the Mother's March Polio
on o"i- I Afis $25.48. The j officers fur the
;: meeting coming year at
City. formerly of Jacksonville, became asked the Juniors to help her by v\ -. '! with sentence prayers the Sundamorir.ng: Fruit Trees -- Peaches Plums
A. r !service by and Pears
Dr. Apostolos
the bride c contacting every home in MWH for ,1\is\ refreshments were Rev. Fred Yerkes.
Kartsonis of Starke on Sunday.Dec. F ( contributions the last hom of the The
Si "' "1\ the hostess. The next meeting was closed with
30 at 4 p.m. at St. Nicholas drive which is Thursday .fan Jl on- .. .\ III be with Mrs. E. J. prayer by Rev. Vtrkes. '! Azaleas and
Orthodox Church, Tarpou s 6:30 i:30 Small Potted PlantsWe
tn clock
Greek I r rIl : : in the > :ening I r. During the social ho.tr the
Springs.The The i-lub unanimously voted cihelp hostess" Alls
ceremony was performed by in this phase of the dri'. I I' .i a Alderman circle of freshment- Beasley. served re Carry I'eat Mos1. i jooro!: and FerUliriCO.Ml'LKTK ,,,

the Rev. Theo Karaphillis. A program Mrs Anderson appointed twom iptist: church with Mrs 1.11OF: :
( after SHEDS
of nuptial music was presented mittees: the zoning ('1I1II1111:!... .' '-' Flynn, leader, met at the .\tltlin:: Mat lime and Portable

by Miss :Minnie Fassol Mrs Edward Burns Mrs H H ., < ". ".. ..f Mrs! G. \\'. Alderman Tapowriterc oM on time.-BraJ. I SISTRUNK SEED & FEED COMPANY
organist and Miss Zula Peperis, Adams Mrs. Vernon Silo IX and Mi .11 'l Mi I i.;" i ;, 1' s ill"! d i TII"-cla| afternoon. There wrn ford Count. Telegraph.

soloist. The church was decorated Miss: Lillian Stump. Contacting of Lawtey announce the nt.u riage ,12 members present.

with baskets of gladioh. palms committee Mrs R. V Turner Mrs. of their only daughter. Esther I The meeting was opened! with I I : .Vu1A/AAAAAAAAA .. .. I
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candelabras. Al Haile and :Mrs: J, II. Alice to Richard Carter son prayer by Mrs Flynn The
and! lighted pio E Rely on A & p's Fine I
The bride given in marriage by Jr Each member of the club will Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter, also Of// gram. "Christmas is Always" w.t- | Quality Merchandise and Every Da} 3

her father, wore white Italian silk (I tw I be notified as to the section of Lawtey.The presented by Mrs D. L. Thorn i-1 I LOW PRICES FOR
taffeta. The fitted bodice featureda town she will assigned to work ceremony was performed at and AIrs L. G. Powell. Rettesh :

lound neckline ippliqued with The -ooperation of every club member the home of Rev and Mis. S. L. I moots were served during th. ,
imported French Alecon lace and ,Iud the .citizen of the town Watsor on Saturday, Dec. :22, at social hour. The next meeting \', ,!"I I! i

soft gathers at the shoulders. Her will be deeply appreciated. Mrs 6 p.m I be with Mrs, L. G Pow.ll SAVINGS YOU I
bouffant skirt with inserts of the Anderson gave an enlighteningtalk The bride chose a navy, blue t

lace at waistline, extended into a Mrs. Kartsonis on what the Bradford County suit with matching alTl'SSolW' I WSCS Circles I '

Cathedral train. She wore long Polio Fund has done for Polio and her corsage was ot white t
taffeta mits edged in lace. Her I victims in the past year. carnations. I Met Tuesday t

veil of illusion fell from a Tsavaris of Tarpun Springs Emmanuel The brides CAN COUNT <
French Mrs. J, O. Cay from the school') only attendant was i Circle' 1 of the :MethodistVS: < 's. ON
crown of lace and extended to.the Tsavaris of Baltimore. citizenship committee lequested Miss Joyce Newsome of G.iines-1 I met Tuesday morning at the horn. '

edge of the tram. The bridal Lucas Paykalakis of Tarpon 'i that the Junior Club's citizenship ville. Glenn D. Shuford. brother of Mrs. L. A Davis leader 4

bouquet was baby Vanda orcHIds Springs, Sam Felos of Jackson chairman, :Mrs.: Wm. Scruggs, bpr'sent 'of the bride, served as best man j Mrs. Davis presided tin i th 4
centered with a large white orchid yule George Vathis, Tallahassee,I at for Mr. Carter.Immediatej i :
: an open panel discussion i t.
business session and Mis II C I Whole Sun
and tied with love-knot streamersof James George Apalachicola, John I the last of January to discuss following: the cere-I Ritch led I the devotlllls1:: rl'i' W'I '- ... .-3 Customers' Frozen Orange .4
satin ribbon. Kopelousos. Starke. Frank Foto- with those present the methods of mony me couple left for a '
E. Middleton article from
an j
:Mrs.: Emmanuel J. Tsavaris of I poulos, Newton, Kan., Jimmy teachingAmel'i(' nism in the South Florida. gave t, t. 1ftc
the World "Our Dollar Corner
Baltimore, sister-in-law of the I Joannos, Tallahassee, and Thenus- schools I in North Africa"Outlook. i i J JUICE liar .

bride, served as matron of honor. tocles Diamandis.The i "
blue I The program chairman Mrs! Sadie Hawkins DanceAt :Mrs.: Davis served a deliriums! 4h.dl'lciyhhorl"' i
lace taf bride's mother
over wore a
Her was rose
gown Eugene Long, introduced Jack hincheoi1 at the close of the meeting : That's how I
I USO just MY ff-e] :
feta with a fitted bodice, square silk dress with grey accessories SaturdayA
Tra nick, who showed two movie to tj'e 18 members pl'est'nl. about the 6 million folks
neck, short sleeves and three-tiered and an orchid corsage. ;
skirt. She carried a cascade bou A wedding dinner and reception on mental development of the Sadie Hawkins Dance will be Mrs. J. R Wainwright will bf j who call on us every day Seabrook Frozen .4
child. the featured attraction hostess to Circle 1 at the FebruI : That's how
for the we'd like them
quet of pink roses. Miss Mary was held at the Municipal Pier I
Tsavaris, sister of the bride, servedas after the wedding with Victor Following the program Mrs. high school and college set this I ary meeting '! to feel about us, too. And
maid of honor. She wore a Ruiz and his orchestra playing for I Thomas announced those she had week. The affair will be held in I Circle 2 met: with; Mrs Daisy I ', most of them do- simply SPINAC'i 22 3
appointed on the nominating committee the USO building Saturday night because A&P has
ruffled pink nylon net gown over dancing. The bride's table was Perryman with 18 members and I always
taffeta, and carried a cascade bouquet overlaid with an imported Irish j I I ; Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Jr.. startingat S o'clock. I one visitor present. been known as the friendly,
chairman; :Mrs.: J. A. Torode and Various attractions will be offered <
of pink roses and wore pink linen cloth, hand painted with Irs. E K Pernman presidedover "neighborly" place to shop.

roses In her hair. roses. A five-tiered wedding Miss Louise Stirn. during the evening, including the meeting in the absenceof That "warm" feeling by Birdseye Frozen Whole Kernel

Miss Sylvia Kartsonis, Miss cake topped with a miniature Delicious refreshments were round and square dancing, sack the l leader, Mrs! H. ::\1. Hit-hardt'.1 our customers has been going 4

Anna Ramos and Miss! Eugenia bride and groom centered the table| served by the hostesses during the race potato dance, hog calling The devotion was given by Mrs I on for a long: time now. .4
Miss and flanked with of I social hour.Friendship. 'contest, mule tour of Starke, etc And in that pkg.
Stathis, all of Jacksonville was bouquets! P. Shepherd The program was spirit we think CORN 23 I
Gene Diivas of Dunnellon, Miss flowers. The dance is being sponsoredby on "Missionary Work in Foreign > of you and are doing our ,

Mary Vassiliades of Montreal, After spendingsome time with Class the Sophomore Class! of BHS I Countries" and those taking part >* best to see that A&P is all

Canada, Mis Isabelle Cladakis, their guests Dr. and Mrs. Kart- \ Has Xmas Admission is 2k: i single! or couple) were: Miss Kate Stuith, Mrs.V that you expect it to be. If

:Miss Anna Papafaklis and Miss sonis left for a ten day wedding i Party I I II Norman Mrs! F H. LongMrs. ; E it isn't, tell us. Incidentally! :44 I 1

Anna Katzaras. all of Tarpon trip to South Florida and Cuha. ( Members of the Friendship classof WMU Board Notice Maude Fields Mrs F C if your A&P store manager I

Springs, were bridesmaids. Their I The bride traveled In a Navy taf- the Presbyterian Church Hnllingsvvnrth and Mrs Bertha i I does call you "neighbor" 4
nylon net feta suit with Navy accessories ; were The executive board of the Wo .4
were strapless rather than
gowns entertained by Mrs. Janie Pearce by name, we 4 L
with a stole. The skirts were pastel and wore a corsage of orchids. I I the Avery Inn last Averyat men's Missionary Union of the Tempting refreshments wen : think you'll)) know why. / / 4 4
Friday evening -
brocaded taffeta overskirt Dr. Kartsouis, who '8 connected'! New River Association will meet I
green I for their annual Christmas !served by the hostess during; the | 4
over .forest green pleated with the Starke :Medical: Center, party. Friday afternoon at 2 clock in social hour The next meeting will i CUSTOMER RELATIONS 4 4

nylon net. They each carried a and Mrs. Kartsonis will make Brooke be with Mrs.V. II. Nollman. DEPT. 1 4
cascade bouquet of yellow roses I their home in the upstairs Kincaid I': T. H. :McNeill: presided over the All members are urged to attend -- I A&P Food Stores 4 4

and wore yellow roses in their apartment on N. Walnut street. I I! business meeting at which time Circle 3 met :it: the 1 l.ome of :Mrs 420 Lxln I toa Ave.:, 4
Among the many out-of-town the following officers were elected: (' E. Herwith H memberspiesent it I I. Xt.v Aci.., N. 1 4 4

hair.The flower girl Se\asti Tsa guests were the former Congressman J. It. Kite, president: Tom Orr. ,WMU Rally Jan 15 t I : I. 4

varis of Baltimore, niece of the and Mis J. Hardin Peterson, vne-president : Mrs R L I Chnsseiiberrv i I I In the ,his, n< .. of theIr !J.td'r i 4.4

bride, wore white net over taffeta former Senator and Mrs Claude recording se< !i'I tir\ mil Tl i 'iu'.t]! i\! i ,i'Iv' .>i f th. P..M'- :\ I. I i'I III:, II|| 1'i-i,1., -ll Mis p1jtJ1 + .4 4

and carried a basket of rose petals. I I Pepper of Tallahassee.) Dr and Guy Andrews truism. _: \\. \1] I l' ..< !"! > ..i.' M :\' \ \\ ,I _.i i .?. '11' .d I..i"in..,,i \1' ( 4

Emmanuel Tsavaris of Tarpon Mrs:: Mark Enynel of Gainesville I mi in.1: r hl' pam' ',,ill' .. ''I 1" '! '" _'I i iin 1'' I j' ( I ; :. <'4 '

Springs, cousin of the bride, was ,Senator and :Mrs.: Chancy E John- bustnes nie.'hng gi't, r! k." I'1 lb. 4
ring bearer, and wreath bearer and son Jerome Mr and Mi, i'hinyt'j; nv -t> ::11"' n .' 'I, V; ORANGES 8 30C 4 4

was Barbara Tsavaris.: sister of J Steve Simmons. Mrs. J. \\'. Kmcaid sent ,,' ". i r V \' bag 4 4

the bride. Mrs O L. Beasley, Dr Pete L ._, ,.. .. -- -- d -'"- --. -.. --- 4
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Manuel Joannas of Tallahassee : G. Felos. Mis Frances Thorpeand
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and Chris Kartsonis. Jacksonville daughter. Sandra and Mr and I1 ] Fresh CrIspCARROTS 4

brother of the groom, were koumb. :; .Mr: G"oige Kopelousos and you ,., 4 4

ros. Ushers were Louie Johnny, all of Staike. SPECIAL FOR THE NEW! YEAR 1 bun 19C t 4 4 4 4

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Eastern Star : Starke MusicaleTo E 4

Installs Officers I Meet TuesdayThe LADIES. LEMONS 6/0r 15C ', 1. .: 4 4 4 4

Newly elected officers of the Staike Musicale memberswill 4
Order of the Eastern Star were meet Tuesday evening at 7 :>0 -______ -

installed in an impressive cere- clock! in the Woman's Club have you heard about --I 4 4

mony on the night of December The Musicale executive board t Fresh Lhs.r 4

1Sth, Verna Bullard Brice Past met at a luncheon;! meeting Wed-1 I D POLE BEANS 1 29C 4 4

Grand Matron and Vincent Brice nesday noon at the Brown Derby THIS: N K W 00 ml 4 4

Past Grant Patron, acting as in 4
Mrs R. A. Edwards of Gainesville .11 I t. T (O) M 1.1TI I C -- ---- 4
stalling officers j
oiesident of the Suwannee District 4
The following will serve for the! I \ Ann Page 4

year 1952: Evelyn Wi.se, Worthy'Mat of Florida Federation ot Music I II i SALADDRESSING29C t 49 4 4

->n: T. M. Finley Worthy Clubs was :'!' guest nt :\1 rE K i 1Curn CHEF 4 4

Patron: Venlie Futch. Associate 4
MatrontV V. Pixler Associate --- -- 4
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Patron; Louise Kite Secretary: j 4
Irma Bufond Treasurer; Vermont'Novotny. I' manDARK '. Ann Page Lh. Can 4 4

Cond., Pearl Hernwall R E PORK & BEANS 1 I2C'i :4

A. C.; Gladys Odom. Marsh. Clec THEATt. MODEL l',;.\
Barley Chaplain: Helen :M.Villis: w STARKE FLA.' ''i 4 4
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Organist: Sarah Williams Adah; -
Grace Pi\Vr. lluth.: Gloria, KingEither. Fri., Sat. Jan. 11. 12BIG COMPLETELY I Allgood Lb. 4 4
; Helen Glasgow ;
Bernice Waits, Electa; Maude I t l DOUHLE FEATUREBreakthrough I. BACON 49C <4

Lapps. Warder; Harry Lappe I INSTALLED 4

Sentinel. i j ii i ': 5 0 4 4 4

Mrs. Perryman I! David Brian, Johngar I OA7T I 9 9 i.* Swift Premium Lb.HEADY 4
Hostess To U.D.C. t i AND I I HAMS 57C 44

TO EAT Half 4
The W. T.'eek s Chapter ,T. This bt-autiful Magic Chef gas range or Whole 4
BorderTreasure i ii is ,, <
D. C. met at the home of Mrs. E. priced during our Holiday 4

K. I't'l'rymalWedn afternoonof With Tim Holt I II Special. It brings you top performance E LUX SOAP FLAKES 30c Nebular HarLIFEBUOY .4
last week for their regular I flue serial "Road of the Iron !: plus long-lasting. dependabili SOAP <
monthly meeting. ty. It has so exclusive features > I Regular I I Bar 3 FOR 3 for 25c
I Ilor'e" and "To) Trllul t' many : : SmallJon'y} PA YMEXT <
:Mrs: L. G. Powell, president I! 'artoon. such as. the Red Wheel oven heat LUX TOILET SOAP 25c Hath HarCashmere 4 4

presided over the business meet regulator-the one-piece burner 4
I top /lal. jj MQ\TIIS .
Bouquet 2 for 25c
ing. Miss Madge Middleton was I Sun., Mon., Tues. units-large fully insulated. o\'en- RINSO, I large p k g. 30c -

appointed by the president to Jan. 1315CATTLE : Swing Out-Hrier! plus many i Hath Bar :

meet with the committee on Citizenship I' others. See this and other )MAGIC 0Ll $11.28 I'cr Mo. l I i SWAN SOAP, large bar 15c Palmolive
at thtsch.ol on Thursday : DRIVEs CHEF specials today.CENTRAL. Soap, 2 for 25c 3
evening Dec 3Irs.:: L.A Davis 4.
was appointed assistant historian I >l McCrea iK-an MiHkvvrllI'lus FAB for SUDS, large pkg. 30c d'iant; HarOCTAGON

for the rest of the year I 2 Cartons and St.-\\s : SOAP 7c5
I h WESSON OIL qt. 65c
- During the program. Mrs L A I
Davis read a paper on Robert E !, Wed.. Thur. Jan. 16. 17 I E A-JAX Cleanser
can -
WALDORF TISSUE 3 rls 25c ,
Lee whose birthday celebratedon BIG. DOUBLE FEATURE I FLORIDA -

Jan. 11.! SNOWDRIFT, 3 lb. can 99c 5
Mrs Perryman with Mrs J. B File
Tokyo 212 E 4
Cottrell. as coho
refreshments to the 11 n'lft"nt"t' Marlv.. Roht. I'eyton I : JANE PARKER 'ffZ4 yam\ through t Sat.. Jan 12th. j

members during the and social one hour.on'ln \'h.lt.r. present, AM) GAS & APPLIANCE CO. angel food

Cactus Round-Up _ ,;,E lI A & P FOOD STORE 4 4

OF ALL KINDS Leo Carrillo. Andrews :Sisters. 149 W. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA. i The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co 4

AT I Mitch .\)1'-. and Orchestra I Entire Content Copyrighted, 1930
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Mrs. Eunice Newsome i i.* VISit- Mr. and Mr-. Carl Johns drove i -- I Court and cause and you are required >OTII *
TO jtrrrin
ing her brother. H. K. Stanford ,,1 to New Orleans Sunday where I OUR DEMOCRACY:-- by Mat to serve a ropy of your answer !. 'IPftllt ( .u-.. HrsdUrJ I ..n... .
lr8'1' : or pleading to the complaint ri.rlda
> IN Cbaeeery.tr.n .
New Johns entered the Osch-ner .
in Smyrna indefinitely.
on th. l'lalntlff'ft'I'n.. \'. K K. 'il.t.ix- ':,it.ii 1.1,'"
for a check-up. They plan to return -: >I'. nxmaii., SI.trk... Florida and flti ; I : l 110 f. n.1.1I\ '
The .lohnsesl I 71i/ !i Ii. .,> IrtualnlI ttli .dit'I, 1 h. '!1. I I" '
Mrs. Janie Avery had as her home today AMERICAN I RESOLUTION of the Circuit Court on or '..I.... Tn %|iirarTo \
guests: at a canasta party on }:('w'Year's were accompanied by Mrs. Joe-j i Iii !Ilrh! d.tx ..f !Krliruar' I 19',1 I KM..
Martinez who visited relatives in othrrxxise the allegation of said I- 1"' MloH,
Eve Mr. H.I
and Mrs.V..
: ... r..mplaint xx'll he taken as confessed run ,
NEWS r- "'1 .ir. I.I I
C.IN THE i' ollman, Mrs. W. F. Godwin Panama City while they were in i j t'o cf by you. I -nit I", I I' vigutnt .
N. preserve cur JQcritajc JYc c.'n\ This! not iffshall be .
Mrs. W. J. Chandler Miss Minnie New Orleans.! Mrs. C. Christyof published : xi "i .
--- I I' ? once each week for four consecutive! 1'..U'- iii ,
'II Eesant, Mi>. Jeanette Young Mr. ,J Augusta, Ga. !stayed with the o keep tnc S EatllarSs o[ .M onor weeks In the Bradford County Tele- | ...; ', .. ur.10 '

Carling-rford Gray of St. Peters-j Mr. and Mrs L. J. Green, daughter and Mrs. E. S. Ia.thews, Mrs. i.Johns' children during their ab ran graph. ,"'10;: 'h'
l '
eifi 1'\I'd: :II- ''h burg, college friend of Kaspar Judy and son. Archie and Pauline Torode. and Ed Carswellof sence. o tloo. : \$ i II' !t:,::! ... "I.? I ,I' Id, \

Duncan, arrived New Year's eve Margaret Ann Phillips spent last Tampa. l I (OFFICIAL SEXH A..1. Thoma. .. t ; II..
visit Dun- Sunday visiting Mrs. ..Green'sfather. Mr. and Airs V. V. Hazen had as I \ for 8. holiday with the 'By :Myrtle T. Dearer Deputy Clerk I.
cans. Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan J. \\'. Abernathy at Dayton Mr. and Mr- Jack Sidney. Jr. \Saturday visitors. Mrs. M. I. Og- | 'I, ; 1 II 4'Itnrt'i 1 "' ..,. S j.,- -., ,4

! drove Carlingsford and Kaspar ? Beach. and daughter Marcia of den of Pompano Beach. Mrs C. C > _...... '". I";, .1! "

back to Emory at Oxford college more Md., Jack Sidney, Bati-I Van Sickle of Gainesville and Mr rJ.. 1r \' ; TO II' '?.\? ., 1 n..' I.I I' "
T. MoDavid of La- In C'lrrull ('....r.. Uradferil I h \t ? '\
Mrs. J. B Carlisle Mrs. AI K. and Mrs. C.a.tl.1'tnrLiat I I -
New Year's day. The Duncans Bridgeport, Conn. and Petty ..1. .1,10; In ( ha seer.. '. II"I,: I 'St
stopped off enroute at Tennille. Ga. Carlisle and son. Jimmy, and Susie I ficer 2 v Robert Beers! of Charles- i: Crosse. '.If. Kl.'i.i :M.ITX i:i,-h.dI'Lnntiff.\ !. xix :' 'I'J.,
i .
to visit Mrs. Duncan's sister. Mrs. Broadway attended the Ballet I ton S.C. were Nt'Y t'ar's holiday I f l- ... .\ ; M I I I lioh.u.I-:, ( I. f i'1IIanl! I" 'I. I II'

Roy Smith. They returned home Russe de Monte Carlo at the Florida guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. C. C. Mcndoza uf ..lackvinville >.. To Ipprar. ( 5t' N"llre ,J':! .\' \I" 1' ,

Thursday of last week. Theatre In Jacksonville Mon Arnold.! spent Wednesday with nn 4 + T. \l\iu, .I I |CI. hard's ."
I ,
-,1,0.I i- rokon I. '
day afternoon.Mrs. i parents. Mr. and Mrs. T J I r.nt- '
t \1 1tJtr You are lit r. i.}' notifird MM i
Mrs. Dossie Epps and Mrs. Peggy Mrs. G. E. Miller returned to : fin. art' I i r I I' 'of" end an-, I,ii.ui.l i-' x

Shaker spent Wednesday in E. C. Priest and daughter the local A & .P store as checkeron I / i i out' ,l ,1 ."''.w'''rhild I i 'I. '
\ -
I \ GW// \ .
fllo.O\\ .IH.i -1' 'o tit till .11t" Ill ll* I II" I'tlllllll .hnl.,
Mrs. Pauline Frances and two Pfc and Mrs. Elmer L..lohns ot \ l X /.nut
Jacksonville Thursday, having worked ,
shopping.Mrs. as .
I I .. y ''nrl in 1,1-i old\ x-oii are i.i.| : IM III iHlt.r.l' l IIIIIIK I lorul.iN
grandchilren. Anita and Travis I checker in the Green Cove Springs I Fort Hood and KiI1 en fC', Texa left ,|1 I1 t il Tr-t t \'t\ id\ to v. i \ ,. .1 ropy .f \ ItsITl4I'l 1- ? .
ii' '-,\ .'r f' t>l. ..il'nir: t" t'I'l ., .. .1
Guy Andrews and Mrs. J.AI. Alvarez visited relatives in Fort A & P store for the past several I for home early Wednesdax monii .
II "h'n' .n 'i\ ( iintiff Mitchell of Starke and Mr. and I: White Sunday. j months. Manager Karl Starling i ling after spending some time heir) ,- : J' ,'I, l' I"' tit,i- .t,01 NVal' I. I 1' T I -Ml t Ill

Mrs. L. T. Crews of Lake City i I, find family have moved to Gainesville I with relatives and friends '.-, ( I 1. 1 1"- P\. h.ingre, 1 J' 1-.1' .
1 V-i"ix, .
; I 1 i' i 1.0 and .' '
were .visiting in Madison sun'lay.1 I Dr. and Mrs. Porter HuJ-on of j I where he is working in the : I Ii I- t 1.,1! i .tf'. .' ofIM ., .'
I Crystal River visited Mrs. Kate I IA & P store there. The new manager i Mr. P. M. Barefoot was ailed! r ,Y :i' t j i ," ', 'Ir, ,,"I' 'n .I ... .
.1 i'i I'-
\\Vdding filly at the Uride's! ( Shepherd J Ji of the local store i is;; F. D. ]:i to St. Petersburg Tuesday! by the I ". !Ile ix' ,' ,'..n-i.rx.: "faid I.IM.I I'.nnI I n 1H1L.ih' I

Shoppe. Crystal, China, and Sil-!I Sunday. jW. : *I Key transferred from the Fernan- !: serious illness of her sister. Mrs I, ,' I .!It! nil \1.. 1 '', ." 'i! t'. ....., I ,.L

: dina A & P. Frances Parker. / R t t t i I Il ,', .1 '
\erware in her chosen pattern. i B. Carter of Columbia. S. .1 -
I >%(: .. .
j C. was the guest last week of the .
I Friends of Mr. T. M. Hutchings I J Mrs. F. T. Hines and Mrs J T I
Mrs. Garland Parnell of ,.avan- | L. S. Hutto family. Mrs. T S. ,I
will regret to hear that she is Hines of Clearwater are visiting
'JHutto I of Savannah. Ga. was the ,, \
nah, Ga. is spending a days !suffering with several broken ribs; Mrs.! Hines' daughter. Mrs. B T .
( weekend visitor of the L. S. Hut- l 11'a i a
'IT "I'U
this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. i and other complications received I Thomas, and family this week .nH,, "
tos and the H. E. Tucker. I I.
K G. Duncan. I i lin a fall in her home a week ago I l ) t I I.. I'' ,t t 'I. r 6a
Friday. Mrs. Wilma Dockstader andon.. c IW tc tioi'ancc L ur 4. vmocrcicii will,
i Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs spent .
Billy have returned from throe '
a '
the weekend in Hilliard where )fr. I leU' i'iqor
II,I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns and'weeks'[ visit with relatives in Klmira. ,

WAITIf Dobbs read service in the Buford i i I daughter. Sandra and Mrs.! R. J. ,, N. Y. .9ICll' i crt11inaEkttl ft I! tJ I
Church the absence -
Grove ]:lapti-t in i Davis) were visitors in Jackson-
I '
of the pastor. I rifle Thursday of last week. Mr and Mrs. E. W. Beville and<<1 c1l11 *:Jirm J\iiIi \\ni\\c\ I principles cf jjjbctiti}, .' C J1 #

you luke a ..". burs cor I'lir t I j daughter. Susan of Gainesville 1 ".

"..n't grub a die.khutel and Marl I]I Cpl. Stephen St. John returned 1 Mrs F. \V. Varnadoe and daughi ; were Sunday guests of Mr. and IAlrs. > Opp&:-riunittj ani Cjitsttcc

home last Friday for a 30-day furlough i i Mary Lu. of Palatka visited I I E. D. Tenly and family. Rev. 1tic1t Jlits
Call Florida Uenderers! for f tt' ,'ur cNmtrtJ sign .s... is
visiting his patents. Mr. and 1 I| Mrs.! Varnadoe's brothers. 1'. I land Mrs.! Hugh H. Walters and 1 II

Crippled Free Prompt or \\.Ilemuial..r..I..... I.IreaturL-of Dead. Mrs. v. S. St. John. This is the !;I and Eldridge Smith, Saturday. | daughter Julia Ann. of LaBelle {Itc cl1mcrican 9(cw cars :J\csolulton.
'first time in three years: that Cpl. i ii were recent dinner guests: of the

Ph. Gainesville 3330 CollectStarke St. John has been hurls. He has i | Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Morrow and I'I Tenlys. 1
ep served the past 15 months i in i daughter Carolyn and Mrs. B. D

132 Korea. He will report to Fort: Williams of Holly Hill were weekend I: Mrs. P. D. P.eddish.Irs.. H. K

Jackson! S. C. after his furlough. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M.Davi Tyus and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and pal I xahitof SjlOOIlO"rmorftnda,

>. daughter. Pam spent Monday in HEILBRONN

i i Jacksonville.Mrs. .

HOME AUTO Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis Assets. pledged or asfiRn- -
FARM & SUPPLYI spent n}' :Marian Norman 'rud to secure liabilities
,! Christmas with relatives inj i Mary Dally and l daughter i.ir other |iurui:>es ;;II,.o'" _
See ''In.- w./nderfilI' ?mpMP1Iautomata
Phone 26 P. O. Itox 509 144V.. Call St. Charleston. S. C. They brought !,I Nancy and Mary Ann will spendthe I, S. I* reek Jr.. Cashier! of the '
I back with them Mrs. Davis' mother. '':, w'ehnd'isitinlt Mrs. Daily's! 1 Church .N; "\\. aboxe named bank do solemnly washer t.>dav' Pa

Starke Florida I II :\ff'!' L. R. j swear that the above statement Is snouts ivrafoam wmthingrt
Gooding for a short parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mar-1 I A Missionary will be at HeilI\i true, and that it fully and correctly

I IIII ",,----- i visit. Last week the Davises) had Iron, in Jacksonville. I represents the true state of the ion proved best in rtil-
I Groan Baptist church Thursday
!: visiting them Mr. and Mrs. J. J. e\eral matters herein containedand lions of conventional Maytagt.I .
FAR IAIL TRACTORS FARM EQUIPMENT I night Jan. 24. 1 set forth to the Lest of m> Afl flC
Talbert and daughter, Donna, ofCharleston Friends of little Janice Vickers !; knowledge and belief.orrectAttest 1 I IH|:: Hj: ;: getJ; clothes spotlessly) 'leanLu11 !
I The W. M. U. held its regular
C : S. L Peek Jr.
AUTO ACCESSORIES BATTERIES TIRES S. C., and Mrs. Good-\ I daughter of Air and Mrs. J. N.
i business Han.Id I'. li..I i iK
meeting Thursday nightat
ing returned home with them. ;:: Vickers. will\) regret to hear that ; I: K Hart 10 II, I) \\ n l'a"III"

TUBES FISHING TACKLE SPORTING; (GOODS I!j'I she is confined with the measles I II i'i the church with the president! r A HI i..n .
i Mrs S. L. Watson in Directors. Ear: Terlu
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby had i i I State of Florida,
APPLIANCES I as guests from Wednesday to Monday i Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs.! Mae Ed-1 1 Opening prayer was given by Irs.nct'l County of Bradford. *s: __. _
I Mrs. Dansb! 's! Mr. i !' \ Norman. Devotional was Sworn to and .xuliscril.ed l lfor.- in.
} parents, 1 i iwaids. Mrs. W. H. Dowling and. this Xth day i>f January, 1952. antI
I and Mrs. \\'. A[. Andrews of : :Mrs. Fay Gill were in Jacksonville'I' 'led by Mrs. Watson. Some newI I hi-ri.by certify that I am not an

I Ozark. Ala. and her brother and 1 II/n 1 business! Monday. I !plans for work to be carried on off I.'er or director of this lank.locals HOME APPLIANCES
i Ima A. )>inkui>, Xoiaix GAY'S
t sister-in-law. Warrant Officer and I; during the year were discussed I'lll.lK-
We Arc To Announce : Mrs. W. i I II Iy iiiniiiiiiiii : ,,
Happy J. Andrews and daughter, Mrs. J. B. Drennan of Columbia, i Mrs Nancy Spruce gave a report I it,4! .vim.Maith l. MADISON AM) COl'IlT STKKKTS

Barbara Jean of the U. S.'a'al S. C. is the guest of her son-in-law I I on some Christmas gifts that were

WE CAN AGAIN OFFER Hospital. Chelsea. Mas: and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Claude I j made and distributed by the W. M. I \111'111: iu:: ..1'1\11\1111\runiioioxii: 10nr.ciisi Phone 10 :StarKi'; Fla.

I If i Crowson. i U. closing prayer was given byI j:I :\olii-f I- -ri-liy given that t tli
I :Mrs. S. L Peck, Sr. and son. 1! Mr*. Mattie Jane Morgan I i IIIII'J-iKiu'd. under the provi-i I '''n-
PROMPT SERVICE Darby spent Sunday with Mr. II i I...f I'liapt.r :L'O.Jl.'iS! ; : laws ..f Pli.i, ida\
f Don Ray Tilley, Mr. and Mrs. j Loral ;News .\.t- iI' I'UI 1 will i.-Bi-t.r with He.
and MrCharles Darby and family I H'l.ik nf tlm9r... Cuiii ,
Cecil nit m a".1 l lI
i at Santa Fe Lake. ,. Sewell and daughter, Pam. Tom Moore is on the sick list. I I'We | f foi lr: df.ird. '''lInl' <,I.",. ..I,! Klori,,

i,, were in Tampa Wednesday where wish him a !speedy recovery I II Ida. iin.ii| 1.apl| | ,.1| pi.Mil, '.I! piilili.III.Ml ,-
On Superb Upholstery I II i! Mr. Sewell saw his doetor for ob-I Sam Caraway of Kansas | '. of till-( llolH 'In 1, I lo'l"
I Mrs. Pt' ;g}' Shaller. Don RayTilley. servation. City I j'ii.i "" of Con.x I-I.HM, ) 1p| u'' ir-
Mrs Donnis Epps., and Mr. !| Mo. spent the weekend with his iiinlt xxhhli I all, n,,, ". d! nri. -,
nul .
"- .11 I nth ; 10. -' UK.Kill I J..
and Mrs. Kill Tilley and son, sister.. Mr Louise Crosby.Mr. (

Complete Lines Steve drove to Daytona Beach Mrs. L. E. Pope and Mrs. J. C. ': and Mrs F. S. Sapp had as r;.-oi, ;'::t II Van-it',: .. \ I' G s
I Ho\ :Jlt.-X! ll! -
Sunday. Swafford of Tampa spent several guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
Of Plastics and Fabrics Hal. II I 11'1.! ], ?. >
days this week withIn;. Pope'sfatht'r. I ham Sapp Mr and Mrs. Dewey ; .\ l I' )1".J::. .f -. n,

Kadar Seaman John P. Cases I, A. F. Sauls and Mrs. Sauls. Warren and chIldren Mr. and Mrs ,'"""" F'1"rde

Call For has returned to his base at Nor- i I''J S, Sapp. of Starke and Mr. and i,
239 FREE ESTIMATE \..T" I III I\ 11 \ I lllHI
f\'lk. Va after spending the boll Friends of E. S. Matthews will] ; Mrs! Richard Ray and son. of i i 111:1.1"11.11: 1-'.. '1 11'11111" N VII.

il.ix.s; with his parents. Mr. and I I regret to hear that he is a patient Jacksonville.Mr. \,,, M.I.'. '
MrT' L. in Riverside ill!!I.! ,".t 1' "I '
Casey. Hospital. His daughter and Mr<. J. S. Brown and 1)I..r, 'I 1 II.I '.'. ul I x: skS
Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Orlando t. .
daughter of Jacksonville t ? I
Mrs' Marion Howe Raymond t I is here during his confine- were I 1\ I ,, I .. ""
(M C. SHEPHERD! ,. Sunday afternoon guests of the '."..i I n:, ..ii" 11 ,
How ment.
son, Eugene, and Louie Id'' ,
It L. 1 ()rgans.I t .li"a 'list I 1 1 I.
Hernandez spent Sunday in St. .1''. II t 11".1 ,,,
Mr and Mrs. J. C Rosier and
I ,
n.II"" "! I" d.
Augustine.Mrs Ovid Lewis was home attendingto m ; family. of Ocala were visiting Mr. 'C III, l I'' ..;.t..t.:' 01 nII '
Radio ; ,
Tlpholo'h'r seat ( .. ,
: OUTS I ,
business! Monday He and I :-1\' I? I '
his and Mrs. J M Rosier Sunday ,
: III'' I' "
R. A. Colson and I
:307V.. CALL STREET daughter family are temporarily living i in and Monday FI! .
Margaret, and Mrs. F. F. Flume Titusville until the end of Mar..h'while 1'1' .' 1\1\ 'I 11 COS1
I. Mr ami Mis Oioirr Rnmlt and \ I ..' ,d.
... sp' .nt Saturday in Gainesville. he is in training with U. S ...... . 10.t ow
son Richard, ol Tampa were I _
!i I Engineers in Cocoa. I), I
guests of her brother-in-law and\
Mi and Mrs. )Don Woodwardin i
oTirrHI \IMT\n
I Ion.. Bobby of Cambridge Mrs. E. K. Perryman had as her !Bister. Mr and Mrs. Ant-el Norman In fir. nit Court. IIr.r"' < .'lIhl' >,
THEATRE and her mother. Mrs. R M John V'l.irlilit In Ct.nni-iir ;f1
a'tv:, Ind. visited Mr. and Mrs. A. guest Wednesday Mrs R. A. Edo '. TRAVEL
.Ion f Th"
I M wards of $w Mrs Johnson' returned<<1 iioiiu-1, Jz7t
STARKE Sieg: Sunday while enroute t Gainesville president of 1.\"'" ". "I'irK,
( >11.t! ndo. The Siegs also had \isitth..m ''the Suwannee District of Florida wit. ,h,-m foi an i xti n : Ice T.. *l"|"'TT
"i>: i Sunday, Dr. and Mrs. C.' i Federation of Music Clubs Mr and Mrs! Leroy Norman. Sr I \ . I'.l,L i ?,. '

Dedicated To Community Service I K: Hayes, and daughter. Betsy. of and daughter. Linda visited ref) ."'.J, . i r., V / .

'\ tle9 Are\ll 'tler Than K\er": Mul-on.! who were visiting old I Mrs Joe Scanlan and two ail l'Pi in Hampton Sunday<< \. .

11 i !ii nds here during the day. daughters Margaret Ann and Mr and! :Mr- Pete Y.-irhmuKh ,
Sat., Jan. 12:! ONLY Sun. :Mon Jan. 1 L'5: 1 II I Kathleen of
and her Raifo-d
mother Mrs. O i were gut-tx: i f MX: L I I.

DOUHLE' FEATrRE: : -.- ""' ...[II .OS wOM (oaoo W.O.M. Miss \ s' John and Stephenst I'' L. Haynes left Sunday for Seattle. Normans Saturday night e r M2ueid4

SA\DAYM"QAHrfAYO 6*MC, RUTH Jor A. ,. 'I.Inksonvillt'Mo n- Wash. where Mrs. Scanlan antidaul'htt'rs 'lj H. c. Edwards. of .la. k- .i.\iPt' !
will sail about the 26lh '
NElIDN' MAN spent New Years! Day '
;* .1on -- of the month for Yokohama Japanto .1 L ;/-t ? H ashahlf
the T N
C..c Norman-
r s "}I w .Iff!" 1fIr- join Capt. Scanlan. They will 1
J( x a wR .... II .. .., S'ani.tl!i. I I.t ii.c-t: :M Douglas rei remain :in FUll Mutant;
1 Japan for at least a nrrniiT: or ('OMHIION I(prinitmi
GAGNBT COOPERViaOINIA FOAMIC, WClU i tallied! to his ship, the U. S. S.-\ear., Mrs. Haynes will return h i IIINKT "."lIiI:" t'lann Itcsislant;
MIL fvkmg at R. I. ClI' \HKI l: 1\ '! III: sr\ri: foP
Newport, Sunday ''tra1l1 after
GIBSON HARRIS NORMAN daughter emnaiks I riciuinT mi I'f.tlll'
lowuA a..oouooo .ANf ""' ",ICE atier spending last week with his I !; from Seattl- HI ..1\1:>.. II111:1: ::11. ,h.,1., OK

/ PARSONS s on YfflMN WORE\ parents. Mr and Mrs. J. K. Doug Cach. Imlnm.v. .*wirh*..!.<,1).r) PLASTICDRAPES tfwIleoe ed 7 ft4

'k>>'fUII.ID.'la.n1llJi1lY1.0 W' .LL",Lth ta'j las. Mrs T D. Brown of WedKefield.S. : I. l>ank'. including reserve

\' .\ "lIul\| \ nud at l'la short C. i* visiting her lialan. >-.-. and <'a-h if.-""->
\\\ > sister. Mrs in ,
iin.i" -- .f p. t '
: (
R and latest \\orld \..\\". Mrs Effie Johns and nephew L. L. D. Haines and family for ten t'nitf-d State noxernm at -1fJatf SM

C. Smith of Jacksonville spent| : day Mr. Broun will join his wife obligations, direct and t94
I< Monday in Bushnell visiting C. \1'. here this friiarantet-d J in-I .:> >: i J'
0.dhof Tues.Vt'd.. Jan. 1 15.; 1 II.(. Smith. They also took Mrs Johns'f j Oblliratlon puliiual -cf IIKIMIIM! |States -and I I'.r! 4",4' Right up through the years. and again in '52. Greyhoundis

Loans and di-i 'i your best buy in travel Greyhound's
SIoler.fr- Carrie Smith home at I H. Hazen of Jacksonville niint ( in- the friendly.
., wa-: du'l.n'r, I
j '
HUB RT J. YATE that tmii visiting his sister. Mrs. A. E. M cdraft.' l44 '4" I' $4.98 er. relaxed economical way to go; so step aboard a modern
Bank premKt-t owned. t 7 p SuperCoach for next Save
Kmneand Mr your trip your Money .
p."h McKinney Sunday
Montereq 'I j 11:11: h;. furnnuiH .,",1 t11.rs .- i
Miss Connie Knight of Keystone r- ture'' $9! 071 SI I'; i '' tOth :' I save your Car save your Time save Yoursell.
and .r a. ..t t,::::. 1 Frequent schedules to
Ilil Height her mother, M everywhere. Go Greyhound !

GILBERT ROUND PHONE 218 Knight of Savannah. Ga. were dinner TOTAL ASSETS; -::,:" '-::. : -!'II' elcck 7scde 4e" ?...!
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guest* of 1 the McKinney
| Mnhllltff.l l ,
MARTIN CAQ Ore "ou d
1'lIe-ta! .Ope "i.
HIBnQOOOO..c. I evening.Mrs
AND viduals.deposit partnership-of Indl- ]:' Plaxticote war T..p

0QpO ..,".i .Ion ing Martha Saunders of Star I Time and dp corporation(.*iti of indict 1 .'s- 4'ie J Miami 7..1; 13.0-j M nlg'r>. Ala. "..GOSatanruh \:i'tMil. >

0 EXOTIC CAIRO RAWS: ROD CAMERON' ADELE MARA h.is just! returned from San Antonio dual, jiartnfrshlp, and Window Shades Jail.sonviHe 1.00 I.sO : <.a. .....5. .'.
o rorporatino i _'
WI1 THE 1 ADRIAN BOOTH' CHILL WILLS Texas where she spent Deposit! of I'nited !Stat. (,alnPfo'iIt''i! 1.00 Cleiiruaier ",%0 ;.611

f ImIGtIS If THE o p A REPUBLIC PRODUCTION William Christmas S Saunders with her husband who )Pvt. Oovf-rnment p"G'tl *-ivrg-1, (including '." ', ()rata 1.40 Z..Joi C...|ar Ke>,. 2.aO 4 :AI
0 is taking S1.09eo.I
public P.ctuftt CorpeiotianJ. Drpo'it! of Stat*. and po- Tampa S ii' 6.40 Panama (tit 6.\3 1 11 1 1.1 X'l
herbal J. Yot... ,....ct..1 hi" basic! Air Force training at ]lIt.. al 'Uhrll\ -I..n- _'7-4": ::
ALL OCCASIONS' Lacklaml AFB Mr and M r s. Other deposit* (rertfi! st.sr.. i'eer( "burg 4.00 7.20 Daytona ieai-h 2.40 I.iulIJU..tinp :

Saunders visited Mexico and saw and err ) officers' check, 1 iJ'.aa:: '. ', .\ 1.20 2.20 Fort IVrw 5JIak l III -, .

I ,. .Alv "MouM': TnmW" artoon and i' many of the sights of Texas during T' TAI. r'Pc'IT S :.14;.:',<> "' I Green ('m" .60 1.10 ,- ('II Y JSO I Itl ; ',

>, Latent WorM Xewv the holidays.Mr >IOth..r tahillt"! 64 H'4 :: 'I I 51 Ill Plastic

r tt I TOTAL LIABILITIES fl..lS', Fl.el ray. AU A.re f.rn

Thur., Fri. Jan I ;. ISIqfeW : ( ) and Mrs Edward Hochberg-; (not Including obligations subordinated !- H! Yard Goods : 7
ttp'1f .
er wt're'isiting Mr. and M t 8,1 shown Of low ) ::: :al! !yht" i !i tk.Jkk"4j'WI"*' 5..J

a a 0t $s! D! i DISH GARDENS over George the Gertach holidays.in St. Petersburg;' I.' Capital Capital Aeeonnt -,n., nor 1"1,:: I I 69c yardDUCKY'S/ GREYHOUND BUS STATION

00. ". POTTERY Surplu 17" "" r'
",UllnIt Mr and Mrs George Lohr from l"ndi\ided, profit- :.'"' J ; ,
wrarrsaw.c.lGAltBW'-LlOlD.- I tlI'1!! {(MmTII'QII. t II' Temple A\e.
b..ttltbt.. ........-..- ttn.M U6l1J\j1[ IIIIl'iIII ru.q I\UUIIIIfoa: POTTED PLANTS Cleveland. Ohio were visiting A 1t. Reserves (and retirement F'hone J.t7.J i
nyaaR? nct.u I Account for prefrrriliS .
Plus "hll.JhI.lon"lf'r"; Seriall "Ijin.l of I.t'a I('h......, I and Mrs Clarence Brown t Week. <
and "Ari!>tu'at" ( .. /I

OPEN Week Days : Mon. Thru Fri. 1:45 P.M.[ c..j 1 and' Mrs D E. Knight a ldi I :i TOTAL LTLITIK- 11S w. CALL ST.
I Nona St Stark Holiu.! \ Knight visited Mr. and AXil .i. '. .\, '. f fI
Sat. and Sun. -- 12 :45 P.M. Mr I Ri.r. -rt S Bird in Jackon- !, +Thig oirN-T-bank's capital c' r.- t

'. :. .. cisq fif' :w.r
ay .
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nun.n', J4M-ARi I nFARMER'S I Inlynhll'nyyyytnyy1yyyy11 ,'
T TT TT T: good! '!'in English history, if at first you i are Mitchells. They used to sing -' Jacksonville
II McGlynn of N. A. ,
I pleading
to the
j don t succ<.ed, and dance for I .
try try again. us when ErnestineMcRae and R 0 White of I'Uinjtlft, Vt \
FARM Kingsley ,
3DIARY3 3 Its! been very warm for quite a I and I taught our first term STATE and Mr and Mr. T. A. Yawn !! F i 11.,,,, I" ''I j r j' ,

spell now, but we are about due Think we'll\ plant a bag of pota- in tht then new building The .if |t.
I B Mrv BrvanVhitfield their ,'.
.l ) Terry and Jimmie, ,r'
for another cold snap. Incidentally I toes very shortly now. Some of j' little girls who performed s0 well St,irkcCorp. .I.III"\I ,

| .' while up north Sam received a our neighbor are planning to. and," for us then, are married now with I I !"n. f .. |I'(
small Watdl i Jimmie Godwin I i- ",
children and of k
remim&itd PartyDr
present from Alice in the form of I j 1I,1"f'" *vI
4 doSam about "our associations' back m and Mrs H J Km <-ra here Air 'Force Base. Ft- Bragg N. I I \\ N I p ,
Sam McGarvey 4 j ja barometer and never knew at ,, r '
By .
I ,1"!
4 j, the time how important it would those day*. Since the Mitchell ;t hosts at a Xew Year's Eve party armed Saturday to'isit I I MI ra

The author will be glad to receive 4 about clan left two others have come i I at their home. Seasonal 1 parents Mr. and Mrs. John I .
4 I be to him We rely on the weatherI | got as hungry for greeneryI
rand I I 1 !
| :
: the
: items of interest concernIng ; I reports, of cours-e, but if the barometer good hot cooked meal as it is possible -I occupied Trailer park. i and blossoms enhanced the iharrr win I I I ( si I'1 J. ,

the activities of farmers in ,I goes up we look for clear I to get, and then decided tc Joe Lazenby spent nearly two 1 of the living room and in the adjoining During the past week air CV T >v _! i.." .rrn .

Bradford Count '. Suggestions 4 do about it He I weeks vacation at home during I dining room the | Mrs. DeWitt iva-r P.rWELDING
) may 4 I I weather and if it goes down we I something raided I the exquisitely Sinclair moved I
be left at the Telegraph office or 4 look for rain and the doggone thing the feed shed, the garden and the holidays. He comes home I appointed table was most decorative j Lakeland where Mr Sinclair .

mailed to Sam McGaney, Lawtey, :4 4 is amazingly right. One morning i' freezer and in about an hour he came every home weekend. We told him he I It was overlaid with a I! accepted the position as Chief, ,
4 ; had almost a banquet: french-I so that we were beautiful heirloom crocheted cloth the Police Department I
I this
for it i
..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWell example, looked afraid to "talk about him" 'fraid I
i I a lot like rain, but the barometer I I fried shrimp mashed potatoes,I he'd come in and burning red tapers flanked i Ii Mr. and Mrs: Robert Kucera
unexpectedly and
It looks now as if Blondieis didn't have a cow to milk, hogs to i said "nc"t so Sam went out in the green onion-, turnips, milk, whole I hear usMaxine. the central arrangement of holly I Cleveland Ohio visited Dr.

all She was feed pullets to feed and a dozen i I I strawberries, and cofTee But 1 and poinsettia. Traditional refreshments Mrs
going to be right. i, berry patch to work and sure and Gayle Andrews II J. Kucera from

almost completely healed, bid other things which must be: done enough the sun came out in a what a heck of a job it is to get I a few days with their aunt spent and were served. Informality 'I until Saturdav having com '

screw-worms: got into the tear and I no matter what day it is. few hours I, a meal together! And then there'sa ; cousin Mrs Gus. Thomas and I marked this, occasion and, their plane While their \' all'w an"r
t i /
we put some of the new screw- mess of dishes to clean up. TheI Pam Thomas of Lake Butler as they waited to greet the New tI I were here Dr and Mrs. L uce
I Hear from Aiice regularly and I who wrote Live Alone and Year the number of Farm
her. : friends
worm formula (:':0. 235) on j Planted some Improved Rutgers person I attended the Maryland Brown Patsy and Brian Km'era f'njl' .!

We certainly didn't expect any the news about Pop is about the tomato seed in a cold frame. Hope | Like It. must have had a hole i in shower in Lake Butler and then I who attended enjoyed chatting and plane trips.
tame. Too bad he was taken ill | his head the presentations offered I
of the Joe television
crew-worms at this time ) that we can get some plants started and I went to the wedding by I Mrs L. Burden returned :
north, as if it had happenedhere : t SNow ,
has been warm up which
but it so was vw beautiful .
jear. early as we want to get some too. We urday from the people nf tArJ.r ,
he would have been able to the Ho'al1t'dolal'k time both Savannah,
in ,, attended
lately that some must have come very early tomatoes. We'll set the Carolyn Brad- Bridge nub :MeetingMrs. 1 I

to life. We have increased enjoy more sunshine .in Florida. I some out just as soon as they are is when a farmer is supposed to ley-Seebie flicker wedding; in Rai- Herb Thomas entertained where she visited Mr and Mr> ) one of the( most I

Blondie's feed daily until now she big enough to transplant and cover fix up and repair his equipmentBut ford. Joe was an usher. the State Farm Bridge Club at her !IT. Lewis for two weeks.

is getting 8 coffee cans full of pig We ought to have better luck : them with Hotcaps tor( something we haven't had a slack timesince Well, I've been raising sand
and sow meal plus a pail of milk. this year! According: to HazelMatthews like them) to keep them from the we've started fairmng here. maybe mud due to the rains) about .I Week Potted plants and arrangements !1 I. ('Inuitoust.\orii r. 10. HrniUcrii trrKtn C' ,

She is in good shape and, judging if you want to have :, cold Got to plant tomatoes in And our Cole planter is badly in my garden but I don't get too far. of rhrvsanthem.nic! I ri..tl I a need of overhauling Got to try I thought I had the ( \1 i> im I I K'i: ,il-l,:. PlainMP. t t 1'"" Work Guaranteed
her she .is I good luck during thty.ar, you 1 1I I bestspot Ih I :
by eight pigs ,giving new location this year as we understand I I were placed at points of interest \ K'-ual-Ki: ( I. ]> f, n should eat hog jowl and black eye to mend it so that it will put the around for a garden but it nearly I'.I \
of milk. Haven't been able '"
plenty (I I I that is a good idea. in the I living room where the table ..Iff To .\ '
to get the pigs started on feed yet, peas on New Year's Day, and this I|I '!. fertilizer where WP want it.Its i m drowned. Mr Granger; who lives were placed A dessert course I T.. I'-''it-ill 1'1'.r.* K,. ,. ii GARAGE
has .
sight his on a hill and von j Pf-ltlt lit t "I- li7"1.: :
but that may be because they are year Sam had some. He wouldn't I Also planted three different 'should I wa- served before the progressskins \It. i h >. et V
i' those
see i
Have been this greens: I am go- : !) MACHINE SHOP
reading on i
getting all the milk they want. have, though, if it hadn't been for varieties of cabbage in the cold up ing to quit tho' At this meeting Mrs II. T I <.Y.. 11' h.-etiv notifl< .1 hat ,
: worrying since I've '' '
the of Bob and I business of planting by signs and \ F has bf 11 ( \\e.
thoughtfulness Starkr
frame Golden : Kucera won '
Acre Stein's Early i been by Russell Green's place high prize a choker i ie "" above I
can't figure it out at all. All ..
Spent New Year's Eve all alone I Jessie Young (and neighbor Mrs I Flat and Savoy-chief We are I we we can is that if the moon I Lawsey me I've never seen so and Mrs J. G. Godwin won the i .'1\ you r.f Tour are ,

-In fact was in bed before 11 : Tarham). changing our selection: of variety i iof II say H i many "greens!" Are they growing bingo prize which was earrings:
I has anything to do with+ ntll trop"
o'clock and sound asleep as the visited New ar's'I} suds, for now we are not for But from the looks of the For the past ten days Chir an'
They Sam on hf ought to bo aslumed.
New Year started This was quitea the most part planting for the' fertilizer bags on the fence post Mrs E. B. Williams and 'ht'l i

thange for a Yankee who used Day and brought him a mess of]i market but for our own Roadside I and the amount of rain and work I baby daughter Harriett oi hv

to go to New Year Eve parties ;1 t "Hopping John" which is made Of''! Market. We don need' things The Life And Times i!I the "re' getting, they couldn't help tanoo a. Tennessee were \ .- tot 1 Your ProfitCombination

which often lasted until dawn-in i hog jowl, blackeye peas, rice and which will stand shipping for most I growing. It seems as tho' he has I of Mr and Mrs. M. C, Rob 'S.
| I FolksBy j enough to feed the Russian i '
various Don't know how I Imuc' of our produce is eaten within Of New River I Army Mi. and Mrs. Reese Bradli For Crop}>
fact, it was a practice to stop at a I spices. once or twit'e. Anyway, I've been i' ar
hours after '
restaurant on the way home and i I! ) luck it will bring during the : .is.gathered.. Jessie I.ee Lazenby : planning to go visit them and just 'I their sons Clinton and (la J K ficJ/ng/ and Protection

have breakfast But then 'we'r year, but brother that sure tasted ; Picked our first English of I thought I'd put it off a week or I I Wayne of Jacksonville were ges1' e
peas Earl Italy and wile. of Palat two (when the greens get bigger I of Mr and Mr: J. M BraeJl!l. \ Firtilizm Pesticides
this .
I season week Now we
vi.sitois in Ollrt'ommunit The A. P. Mooros Sund<>v
ka were recent of Miami
:Men's Clothing have some in production, some half \'. visited around here for two oi Siindav! Mi I ar.d< M-- T c c; t't:'. WILSON & TOOMER

I ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894 I, I I grown and some which have just Pete, Jerry and Little Mike I, three weeks, but have p<''m' I", well had ;r '))1'-: >. It -: T-<' r.

I peeped through the earth So we Sapp, of PalatKa attended church Eustis for a visit. I FERTILIZER COMPANYand
ought to have them from now on,1 i I .Dn'Ufo"<

-. weather permitting. We will continue !' at and Long Mrs Bridge Leon ilenfroe Sunday, of also Water Mr. I strawberries Fonnie Moody out is of fating h"r patch tit <-h Beware CoughsFrom FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY COMPANY

to keep planting them !
1''*.* right; these I I.IS.t er/te/l laelt ,
days. to her about 'LOl
)I PI ;! :._. up to the middle of March. '! Oak.The ,i. S. Haves, of Gainesville\ bragged ', Common Colds .. ,__ __ ... T.- '. r ---_
of her ole berries
I'. eating some good -
,......L.&.. I were over to their farn ecently '
I t Have a hort double row of beets seeing about all those new Hereford from last season out of mv That HANG ON Sold/ Ill

: : I and some of them looked pretty calves they have deep freeze and she let me know becauseit
Creomulsion promptly
t' I good, but a lot of them had red James Osteen. who is in the she wasn't hungry for them for goes right to the seat of the trouble

leave* without even a trace of Army and stationed in Y rginia'l j she was getting plenty of fresh to help loosen and expel germ laden

green in them. We learned last : spent the holidays with par-I ones. phlegm and aid nature to soothe and ; CARL JOHNS
V.'q Mrs ferry heal tender inflamed bronchial i
I[ year that they need copper, so Sam : grits', Mr I and raw, ,
; Harold and Janice Shiver and i membranes. Guaranteed to please you '
i! V. sprayed them with Copper-A compound -
refunded. Creomulsion has
, bays, of Gainesville attended Long money ,
l tt and already green is appearing stood the test of millions of users.

t, \ l\. on the plants which were Bridge church Sapp SundayDempsey of Gainesvillewas I Midget Peruil :.sharpeners.; Ideal CREOMULSIONrthmi I Starke, Fla. THONK[ i.VJ;

all red ;t ti lfor home U'oP. Only $1.85.: -Brad
around here during: t
cruising: ford County Telegraph. Cough, Chest Colds, Acute troncMw
makes everybod
the holidays
I i Have a small cold frame of let- ,; telling of his\
II green with envy by
wee plants which are doing all bagging two deers this season j

\ right but seemed to lack fertilizer.So an eight pointer and a six pointer. ,r
\ we used a soluble fertilizer Leslie Sapp and Erin Andrews

,, .. .- I I ,, Hy.Grol-two tablespoons to a of the U, of F. were home this I _.. .. '1P

( U. :.. gallon of water and sprayed it on weekend '
: 1 'i
:, '':. U. :C.; ''"t.1
help the plants a lot. enjoyed the Sing in Lake Butler t

| Sunday. t

Our fast growing pullets have Those who missed the Sing SUI' reiiourw

9 been doing a lot of feather pulling !I day missed a real treat. I went f

'with the Renfioos from ("hunhand ,
and eating, so we decided that

they were not getting enough protein ; it was a real treat w
Elmo and BetDowl'iis :air I! ,i
so we decided to change their .
two children, of Cocoa nest.1 In ,,
feed They ha-e been on a grow-
'see us durin: I tht hoh-ii\. \\ ,
i int mash (17 percent protein) so .
.rn..r had never seen tht i' s,'\', i WIRE
we have switched them to a laying JR
old boy bofnip SI
mash ((20 percent protein I amigive ','
Mrs. Minnie < 5i lu -"r '{p -
them about of
one pound
eral days in IttLaiul! \vth In-! "
'-- scratch for each four pounds of in-law and daughter :Mi. and :,11'

mash which they eat. Of course, Meadows Andiis, who aie i I'
".. ... I the reason they are eating feathers;;, ceivmp congratulation* on tin,' !I t'' N v

... '' ay be becauet they are over- i birth of their third iiij.-h'l: ,, :, ,

\ : rowded So we have them out on II Roan and Phyla Tiii-
iI0t .../ !arise and that ought to help But temporarily niov',>"! t<> I La. i' gasoline

I HS soon as they begin to lay they ler They are o" up\ .MI: r ..P'

art going into the laying house I "Unde" Marion Dotrhmr: '!; _, /

I awe don't like to hunt for our low

0 i ogee: Sj You should see the Lan .lohr! -

I / / camelia bush in their flint \\1: 1
The White Holland hens are in ,, It is nearly covered in beau;:! ,u l l' :!
the laying house now, and as they'' pink blossom We hope the ( "'01 I Idoesn't FOR FULL OF-FUN'
kill thl'OJ. Too Station, d! /
,ire not laying \\'twill fatten them '

up and put most of them in the Crews' holly tree is "out "f! th.- v\
I world." There seems to h,. nt'.i i DRIVING IN
: litepfreeze. Feeding the hens !? a
red berries in big: ilustitthan) '
i -t ratch only.
I 1 1 i there are green leave r i r7
f r I J'0JILi1gt I
\lso I planted some more beets I Guess we all better --vnipath;

-'CI the cold frame Soaked the with Ethan and table Sapp T ;" ._ .

are having their big kitchen ::i I"d,l
<1in water overnight. a' this
dining room taken off their 1--, .
II to hasten geriinnation
and lots of renovation tt1h.:" '
"i iiut'1: in the cold fran r. ,md not srm(
!: main part of the hOll!<.' i I it
the 't'1', .. to be : -'-" ;:,' ;';:' ,_ ', '- : -
j in p: !'i :i- they. ,, : ;' : ,,- -
1 I I-: .Dmi:7 '
job was trarutdown: th i "'-J':; : "!_! ::...'i- ._ ...-... .
1i11SplH''I! : 't .ti \'im\ ,' : :, i is .
till tile the ihimnex Tht v undertook:
: Seen .... 'tJt'1Il that ..
: "r t i ;. uii' v. i\ this uist a' thetn1,: | >nap i I r"
The! hllll'< when t the 11 11'!M>mu :a-\ifu1

., ,d .' ',\.1 i Kill r m a !ii-he- plenty! ot: ,'t'.I!, ir .r ,1 h' GULFS :
teat get
With ft
IT .\" hll h is: supposed outside W".Itl"l.! i 1 F'hai;: i' 9 oxqoU

1: ,' :.ii grass -ed near table :raid! she d I sr.n .tad:',]' .'. .

a till it >. .itiu'. : '
-'II" '! .du\\! the trap to Sty sr ni- t. ::

,: gout start Think well try Anyway if they ate over th,- 'I,

.- Yt'8.r. as we hate hoi'ing. ''deal they'll be comfortably L'\(. d i $ ..tr.

They're going to put in a bath.
.. -
'. "ited Berm and Frances Ham- Lots of renovation going on -. < .....-.. --. _. '--'W.!_, :' -'
believe I :: ::'I:
me can sympathize withi .. .
", 'i! and brought back as a .. < tlItif/ii"
prize =: :... t. ,
i i the" Dukes :; ., / ------- -
Sapps Troy tore out "" ,, _JJ .7<... .
,,, ,
rr .:'ily baked apple pie And, '" --
. l I[ petitions and ceiling <(such< as l n u_ ,-;
'. hen been diet ... '
: a guy's living on a :: -
was) in our house and veiled l \tth .
masculine food, you can im-- I ,,'
j, old ceiling from my old place anuI

,.;. Ill' how good apple pie is. I sheet rock. I believe I'd rather see ; quality I IL) .
Economy through
k- .- .- 1 I and than chalk. We ; Starting that action Smooth, responsive p" Rapid, get-up-and-go aCt
eat soot still snap gels
I ..... ,. ,. tiuiU in Gulf NO.\oOV' let h.
t Also: got a mess of satsumas sweep and mop up that "stuff" i i from your engine fast. : easier driving in v..; .5 J'( .

-. ,': the Hamilton and they are We, have three rooms nearly r< otn- I I reN. SU rer Pa! OR tI P f-. E( t rr'. ,mileage. and power ou > "

", .ill) good': We have set out a pleted but still lack the ktrh.r: t tFonme

.v fruit trees but have not yet Crews, who own this l'h; -

:, plans to build two room .,\ "' ,
_, .m a thing out of them. But : -
''back and add a bth \\". .v .
"w we have learned that thereno
'caught in the th-1 cohr) i t
< use starting something unYllU -
during th.. hi>]:div- < 'v -
t-- are prepared to work at it.
was fine t for other- folk .
all balked up" hone. \ r#

-'ill had some broccoli plants in went to Live Oak and au *t':.' t
j :t't kitchen garden so we set some mas dinner with my br"'h. I IDowhng T.,

on display Saturday of them out in the row in the s

-edge-grass field Also gave the Almost everyone has his t"r,, .

row of plants a dose of nitrate of I seed bed planted Aubrey \\'..i. !hand

soda. I Bud Moody planted theIrs "';'

I in front of their homes near a h1";

to to raises I ditch. Guess thev'11 have phr'\
Well we're going try lof I

(>me runner plants again this 1 drainage.

JAN.19 year For the last two years we The Hansens have been having

tried and failed each time but it I[ their Trailer Park pretty crowded ,
t lately Three different clans of ,
either stubbornor
looks like we're I
Indians have it
occupied at different I
dumb because we give up. '
intervals They all have
\ When we remember how much

TOR ODE CHEVROLET COMPANY work year we and put into how a we runner got nothir.gm patchlast The fine first cars group and nice was house the group; trailers who 'i,: F. Register & Son Distributor

camped at New River the firs t

return it makes us hesitate. :year we had school in the present'I'. Phone 155 Starke Fla.

West Call St. '1>. Phone 111 tarke, Fla. I I But as the spider showed a man i school building thtr their names ,



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i Mr W F Moore on Sunday I some on Monday evening Decem- I his parents. Mr and Mi I I' "
A Kpm Mrs I Beatrice Higginbottom I her 31, when she entert3.inedit.h outlafl:: in Starke
INCUR V-.... ,
-' hiMren of Baldwin Watch i Mr: and .
were.tSltin" a i Party from 9:00:. to 12:01'm. : Mrs Zedra Hi-'

'l BY CLINT BONMERAlasl her daughter, :Mrs. Joyce Ryder,;I I>. Indoor games were enjoyeo I spent part of !last week \ .

e Sunday afternoon. *for' a time and these were climaxed I friend in Miami and 011.. :

H-ibr-rt: Highnot of Jacksonville nth an old-fashioned corn popping i I in South Fun: .d
1,1: i Leroy Highnot of Miami At i Malcolm Lc\v.:, i J' L I h I \
were I'1 the close of the evening ,
of 01 ,
Starkep n-:
_. .1. ekend guests of their aunt Mrs i ii refreshments of fruit cake in
arc j
the week m :-u.i-- ': on bui1Rev ,'"
Saviour Bleed ( J ,
And Did My Phillips ;j''lemonade were erved. Those
and l Vi-1: !1. i.i ( 1 1.\ :
Church Reverend C. H. Hickmaa of '? for this
Christian delightful affair
Baptist Church wen of Jacksol1'lll.'I.! \ .'!'eti i :th.In _

_... -_ A visit/ /lasts 36 Union Springs. Alabama was say| ::Misses! Adel Starling Linda Crews : -rvi.es .r :N'' Hop, \

Worship at the First Baptist I I The friendly church invites you i ii preacher's years 1 ing "Hello" to friends in Lawtey: :Patsy Wainwright, Mary Ann u. nand :a-i,t t -,\ \ _

Church of Starke this Sunday and to join in all services Bible School ; on Saturday.. j 1 W ells. and Jackie and Bonnie Harley. I of M- ..j'd:1'i : ; .
I i, The Lord Mayor was there. Like other elite all things here below How false and yet how i guests i '
hear Rev. Lewis Haines at the I' 10 a.m ; Morning Worship Service members of London's" Mark Lane Church his honor fair." Weekend guests of the H. C. ', : David and Wendell Kelly I Thoma- I. II" "

morning hour bring the message 11 a.m. (Christian Endeavor 6:30: I rarely missed a sermon by the renowned Dr. Watts. Isaac Watts preached that Sunday In lil:!, but Kelly family were Mr. and Mrs Donald Ray Griffis Glen Crew L. R. G.I.I; !.'' .1 I, rv"spent -

"The Sun Stood' Still". The choir I p.m Evengehstic Service 7:30: Isaac Watts was young for the pulpit at Mark he didn't feel like it. So the Lord :Mayor and I Grady Kelly and daughter, Janet | :St. Clair Harley Jr., and Gone' I th-' \\i n', i illt i: '
I I Lane. Thirty-two ne was now but he had been at Lady Abney carried him out to their mansion in i of Tallahassee : .
will be directed by Mrs. Canova : p.m. and Earl Collins of, 'I Ii Griffi-. :Miss Shirley and relnt'.u: > ":''I' :
the big church ever since he was 26. He was small, the country. A weeks rest they said would dj Harley
and bring special music with Miss just five feet-and his big head made his small him good.At I i Gainesville. i 'if H.-ilbiorui assisted Mr Hi: 1<>\. at XI'H"n!-

Julia Lawbon organist. Sunday I body look even smaller and his long hook nose the Abney home! Watts fell In 1 love again Mr. and Mr*. J VV. Thomas and in cacao? for her guest: *. {Putner f.: r ,

evening the message by the Pastor! general superintendent for tin made his homely face even uglier. He was sickly, with the three little daughters of his hosts. He I small son have returned to theirs, I' C.uv Hat! >r, M!

will b> "The Privilege Given lc','i school of more than 300. J. T too. Hardly had he seen a well day since smallpox wrote \erses for them about 'the busy little bee" i I nome in Hendersonville i ii = H.Is.. ,.f: ,
i I Lawson is director: of the Train ; nearly killed\ him when he was 15. At Mark Lane and dogs that "delight to bark and bite'1' and a I Carnlini North W.tH -. ,," ,
:Men The youth choir ...::11 :singa Lug Union that gathers at 6.13: foi I( he rarely preached two Sundays in succession but cradle song that began. "Hush, my dear lie still after spending the 1 holi BROOKER }PHi: i \' :
MiAliese; Lawson directs the I the congregation wouldn't let him quit. They hiredan and slumber; Holy angels guard thy bed" The Ab daywith Mrs Thomas' parents .' ,
\\ 'I"1 V
I '
training. j Dr. Watts when he became so attached to their guest' that they Mr and Mrs W. .
30 \'OIq' group The piano-organ-- I assistant and told to preach neys F. Moore. Mr,. E..1. .
(II01 Julia Lawson and RuthMorse :Mid-week[ service is held weekl\, j felt like it. wouldn't let him lea\e. In 1720:! Watts collected his j: Guests of Mr and Mrs Lewis \ .- .
J ; T. L 1 J"'. .
at 7:30::: on Wednesday for Bible \I A few years after his Illness Watts was soughtout juvenile verse into hi- classic "Divine and Moral : Wainwright I
will lead the: congregational! by a beautiful lady who fell in love with him Songs for Children." The book sold 80,000 copies a during this holiday;; :M: i i :MH ,'v,.. I i i I 1-Zh- r rot!r th l'Sl \ :- \
singing of Choruses; and Hymns Study by th<- Pastor and prayer and six generations raised It. Watts were their children, :" ', ,,", .
through his poetry. Her name was Elizabeth Singer year were on Mr. and Mrs Masuti ,', the ,,', Iil'hlg.ln .1: t! -;
and meditation for all followedby :! I died, still bachelor, at the Abney home in 1748 \ L. L I -p btd.I\-! \h; '
during the HappHoui and the and Watts fell hand over heels in love with her. a Wainwright and children Mi and! <1 tat. 'IV.U\ 'hand :
girls quartette will sing the favorite choir reheaisal A friendly I lie proposed marriage but :Miss Singer shied away 36 years after going there for a week's rest Louis Lee Jr and I hu'ned, MiAlhtrtus :Milh: !v- Mis i'i .j', ;' .-
I in disappointment and said she "admired the jewel Perhaps the little man \\thinking of his pock. Sherry, and ui their home :Moiula\ |I
All welcome awaits all who
on the Altar" attencthese but could never love the casket" Abandoning hopeof marked face and dwarf body when he wrote one Wainwnght of Gainesville; Harry Kdward> who, is empioed \'

r Sunday School meets at 9:4J: and other, !services at theI I I marriage the little man wrote "How vain are of the greatest by mns that has ever been written Mr. and Mrs. Doc Wainwright and :ui Washington PC'( .s speiiil -

with Dr.V.. J. Woodham Jr I First Baptist Church of Starke. children Judy. Betty and Frankie I ing sevf-ial days here with h..;.
I Alas\\ ".! J'J my Sal//our bleed? Veil might tie tun it dtrlnetl bile, and Dan Wainwright of mother Mrs Lot Me EdwardA :
AnJ JiJ So die And hut His glories IK, Jackson- ,
my it reign .
yule: Mr: A. Edwards
4 \t'ouJ! Hi detour that tacred' betlFor When Cbntt, the mighty Maker, ditl Wainwright's sister. Mrs of Alachu.i: :ui-1! I
luck t norm at 1} for man the creatures, tin.; Beulah Yoppe of Atlanta; and his Mr and Mrs! Ernest: Edwards ,i'.i::. !
nephew, N D. Wainwright : ons. Gene and Haryy. spt'nt1'1' I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. Was it for crimti that I but done, But drops of grief can .,',r repay wife of the Ft Lauderdale Jr. anJ day in Jacksonville visiting: Mi I, E

I lit groaned upon the tree} The debt of/ Ion I oue; Mrs. T. vicinity and Mrs Bill Miller

-- ,------- -- ---- -----,- ---- I ""' ing pity! Grace, Hnknoun! Here, Lord, I gut myself/ away', Felmon. F. Redd and children :Mr and Mrs. Bill Miller ,.t :
A.J Ian beyond degree! 'Tn all that I can do.I Wayne, and Neil, of
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Jacksonville announce the arrival I I
were sew
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town her parents. Mr. Year guests of'': of a baby daughter. Dec. 31 in a
and Mrs O J Jacksonville Hospital. Mrs Mill.'i I\ y.
PIIO ES: Office; 234 Pastorium 130 1 Phillips The Phillips : was
formerly .
family a > Marie Edwards of t
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I _
I I \ alb 1 I ., umipatii.'il Mrs. Redd and her diilriren -
I hereWe
:Monin Services "The Sun Stood Still" j jI f ,, to> Alma. Georgia on Sunday are glad to report that Miss

Evening Services "The Privilege liven; To Man" I ::1)t and where Mr the were met by Mr Redd. Lubfdia the PinhoNter is home from !
and Mrs. James hospital and is doing uu'ely fuccy

f.M..eesp-- --.--,___, I __ t, ) They all enjoyed quite a visit Phillips together j\ She will have to remain in bed fol. t ,

SUNDAY SERMONS: 11:00: A.M.: 7:30: P.M. I I Duuibuul 67 Qluitrtted Peiiurtt Syno.eate. Birmingham, Alj, dunnsr_ the dav us; -__'- awhile. I

Sunday School 9:45: A.M.-: Training Unions 6:13: P.M.I family returning -to--its j "mi respective cacil; | Co!>' Edwards and Truby I Pn When your horseshoe is

MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30: P.M. Methodist ChurchThe At The TabernacleThe I home in the late afternoon.Mrs I holster attended the Singing; Convention backed by an Accident
LAWTEY\ :' in Butler Sunday
First Methodist Church C .of t Catherine Teare and Mr[ ? afternoon. : Policy in The Travelers!
VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR regular service at the H. E. Priest were in ,
Starke cordially invites you to attend L.Lawtey. i H. I-'lIt'h Gainesville: :Mr.
the following services of Tabernacle held Sunday morn Thursday of last week. I and. Mrs N. Y.M. E. LarrimoreBrooklyn of I Charley: )E. Johns
| and Mrs Cass
ings, afternoons, and evenings- Kathy and
13. The Vicky
worship Sunday. January Struth of i: Larrimore of St
afternoons The City (Council met Starke Petersburg; spent I Agency
Tuesday Thursday -
Church School begins at 9:45: a.m. evenings I spent the weekend with i I Christmas with Mra. Mattie SowellThe

The morning church service i is and Friday and Saturday last Monday evening at the City their aunt and uncle :Mr. and. :Mrs >' were accompanied to St l: Phone IS STARKE FLA?
evenings, will be augmented dur- (hall with Councilmen Wall Shu-;, G.V.. I
held at 11 Dr. D. L. Scudder Roberts. Mr.
Hear Pastor, Bob Gray Sunday a.m. I and :Mrs Petersburg Mr Sowell t fl. ",
Head of the Department of Religion ing the coming weeks by noted i ford and Dinkins! present. After Struth came over ..'".lU....

Night at 7:30 P.3,/. tell about at the University of Florida Speaker-s. Bible Teachers, Evangelists : disposing of all old business the| noon to take the children Sunday home.after i( Navy Ernest left Dou un.taaftl'lu")11-la' of thI', } trtw t in'N S ,.., .--

Singers, etc. exact dates! (Council adjourned :Miss[ Rachel : : I
will be the guest speaker at the I I Boyer of Jacksonville : York 'i 11 resume his doh THE'

'The t! Sunday morning service. and other information to be announced Then the City Attorney administered was a recent visitor of the W ,: .ift.'r -p,'ii'li."t' :; a few day; \viih ihpreaenting I ."., TRAVELERS Hartford
U Danger of Getting The evening worship service be- later. i the oath of office to the F. Moore family. }

I j gins at 7:30: p.m. with an evangelist Pfc and :Mis E. L. John have newlv elected officers as follows: )' Mr. and :Mrs. (' D Starling anJ

I 'ong service. The pastor. been of much assistance in the :Mayor, 0 J. Anders: Clerk L. H.Futch .I children :forma Jean, John Ar J'

1 Used Tc !" the Rev Thomas G. :Mitchell will services during their brief visit ; Marshall. D. E. Thomas, thur, and Leroy of Avon Park rr. ,

Things I preach on the subject, "Sin and! home and will be missed when they and C A. McSwain, and C. R. turned to their home on Monda\

Salvation Special music will be return to Texas. Whitehead were the two new after a visit with relatives

FIRST i furnished by the Youth Choir. I The Ladies' Bible Class of Mac-! (Councilmen taking office at thisI and at Woodlawn The hers! REFINEMENT
Prayer meeting is held -every time I Starlings.
and Mr.
clenny drove over to and Mrs A. J
I I Wednesday night at 7.30: p.m. You t The Council was again called IT
School 10 A.M.% Wed. 7:15 P.M. Starke recently to view the Famous Starling and Bobby Starling of
: Prayer Meeting d!: detail in
I every St'l'i i
are cordially invited to attend this into session and Councilmen J. E.I i ij Woodlawn necessary a in'( "

WELCOME:\ TO ALL SERVICES I mid-\\eek! prayer strvioe and 1 Oil Panting.; "The Feast Of j Wail Jr. was elected chairman for;iI guests of the were H. C. Sunday nigh' available locally and widely kn+n\n

Bible study Belshazzai'. j the year. Mr Wall then appointed' Harley fannh+ far' its modest cost its whole Sunday School
NOTICE To Bible Students: Study in Bible Prophecy I. niricii: or JKsrs CIIKISTOr I the following Standing Commit- Mrs.V.. T. Parties ( / ;; and always tactful \mpa-; '
Church of God tees: Street (C. A :McSwain Chair Walters and Mrs H thy.
Beginning Sunday Night at 6:30:: P.M., the Adult Classof man H. C Kellv and C. R. Whitehead Kelly entertained with a part:
Masonic Temple, Call Street.S.ndav I 8th & St. Clair StB.I' I for the
Our B.T I'. will begin, a Layman's Study of Bible Sanitation' C. R Whitehead Junior Class: of the :MHho-
School \
; Sunday I
, Prophecy. Read Genesis 3 in Preparation. morning 10 a m Sacrament every Services I''' Sunday School 10 a.m. Chairman II C Kelly. and Sidney Sunday from School at the parsonage I! DeWITT C. JONES
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Shuford. Finance and Taxation 7:00: to 9:00: p.m. on i
6'30 p m A cordial invitationI Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.my Sidney Shuford Chairman. C. A :; December 31. After a program of f I Phone 7 Starke, Fla.I .
I extended to all. !
I P E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m :McSwain and C. R. Whitehead. games the children were treated

I I 1 Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m George L. Patten was retainedas to refreshments of fruit cak.' I. ,

i City Attorney for another year punch and Christmas candy : Funeral Director Ambulance Service

Church of f Christ Mr Shelton of the Santa Fe Telephone Mrs[ G. W. Roberts and Mrs H
l Our local funeral: horn enables us to offer conveniences and
Corner 10th! and McMahunj (Co was present and explained i I E. Priest entertained with a weiner

STARLING'SGrocery j I Bible School 10 A. :M. the working plans of hi? I roast for the Primary group ,)u ,, services not otherwise available.

I V' company and discussed the possibility i the lawn of the Roberts', home on -- --- _I' ,__" .
Preaching 11 A. :M and 7:30: !
of telephone service for ,
Monday from
afternoon 3:00: t]
..IP.M.| : Lawtey 1 5:00.: We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and I

I Prater Meeting and Bible Study The council then accept ANT life insurance policy In force issued by ANYcompany
adopted two
each UVdn.-sday. 7:30: P. M. j Mrs A. H. Harley Sr. was I
Ordinances relative to Concealed as payment in part or in full on a funeral
Ev>-''Mine welcome. hostess to the Intermediates: and I
Weapons and Drivers Licenses I Consultation carries no obligation.
and Market a number of their friends at h e- I
These! were to conform to the State
i St. Edward's Catholic -
Laws. The council adjourned to .

ReRichaM Lyons pastor. meet at the regular meeting nightin

Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. FebruarY. Council is composedof

Swifts Pure Weekly Mass at 8 J. E. Wall Jr. II. C. :
Lbs. l : a. m. Kelly
I LARD 2 \'J\.lSC i I i I 'iititessioii-,' Saturday 7:30: tot''I Sidney Shuford. J. R. Whiteheadand voxrTHE ldtJdt/ ,(((

LIMIT I \ ; |18 <,0 P M C. A. McSwain

'hlldll'catechism/ Classes Sunday dinner guests of the I.

\\ (iii! ...ia\' I no I p.a1.Presbyterian I. P. Rafuse family included R.>\' TSHOW DOW 1TiY'EATURE r

BREAD Loaf Flynn and family of Jacksonville
14 Mr! and Mrs
Church L. W. Page of ti''-

Wcdlawn section; and Mr. an'l 1I I
-- Sundax School at 9:15.:
I Mr. Harold Norman of the Hen!
BANANAS Golden Ripe Lb. tOe Friendship Class 10. a.m. I bronn section Reverend Flynn t i- I I i loooct 'It call COSTING rrratirarnr -
i 11 I a in ;III'nlJ1gservice con- Ceeaa .... IJ"... LEI/ III'
0111'\0.' lull
pastor of the Woodlawn Bapti-1: 'lIf .... .
din'> '(d! ''''t f Kev L A. Shepherd n ill -
church NO
near here. NOIU'
Touch, "'''lIo\\'shlp Sunday evening 11oO< NO NO
Colored Quarters Lb. /;: t' 7 Vnt.I'ETECOSTL. several Fay Durban days last of week Cocoa with speif III'i: SAY _WIIEnU\__ W' IUI't' 120' -121'- 1'1'- /-JOy'IU'-

I OLEO E O Mr IwEfltw ulrs .
18C I : HOLINESS: parents. and Mrs. Ed Durban YW t .0. ,
M. I"
LIMIT 1 I.K. CHURCH: Miss Idell Durban who is employed .( i l ... 'IS'.1 y r I 17'- tlr'r :Ifs' R17%: '
in Jacksonville was also guest ,,,' ., j 111 x R lrryy
:siinii.i;' i \ School 10 n
a.m.Morn her .. --
parents on the weekend ... .t .' .J"o't. .0. ,- :
..; Service .J'. I 40. O' ,
z 11 ,
a.m. 40. .
Air and Mrs J L. I{ ;: '7 Iepr, ::
ALCOHOL Pint Limit One an i Mao/7Wa I.. ,I 1.1' I '
F Service 7:30 :>
10c : : p.m. ': -
daughter. Ruth ,
Ann. iv r run; "- "" J7 t -
!' 1 I J7' -
::01\ Meetings J7. U".'
Wednesdayins I
rifle I Icy '
were Sunday aften""r i -s-- ppl I
r. I
p.m. Saturday nigh of the Frank
ORANGES Tree Ripened Doz. 7 t -
10c Weekend guests of Miss En7A+
I -- H. Gorsira, Pastor /t
Blanchard anti her father A M I

I TIIKKKssV: : : Blanchard wenMiss! Arthunne

< lliiMIIHIU1I; : Blanchard and Mrs. :Neil Hou-ston

Tender and Sweet Lb. of Jacksonville

I BACON 39CSIOIEI People's Meeting/: 6'45ti : '' Rev Darvell pastor of the lo a i'
i "' 'I'
I !I'
Seivice ,
: ) t ii hiii" 7:30: p m. Chun "'f! (Joii; announces a i-.

f.- Si-iikland t of Lake, vital at Hi '
B .Ji'Mia'x! t'v'! !II-I Rev Dane!'

Fresh ,iNn j ,, f,':.,ui at the Re\ .
EGGSFLOUR Country Dozen
59c IoN, BRIDGE REVIVAL; t ,tl:,' ,. dIal: ;;;' .,; this meeting

". .. not' ""1-:' a capahlt) speaker! hu'I i
i t 'k'n': ,I!1'" g"od 1'1'1'' I.,: 1I 1-:, ."
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10 Lbs. .t: L. :'. BMdj!,, : .
79c I '. ," '. I -, '. :. J
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, 40,000 Merchants Mus File Social Security Dr. D. L. Scudder I- M. 0. Harrell Begins Tenth Year ,' Merchants To Map 1 I State Director Ot FHA To Speak

r: Report With Income Tax Return This Year Will Be Heard Holiday ClosingFor I
As Chairman Commission At Annual
At Methodist Church \ County Coming YearA Meeting Here Today
For an estimated 40.000 independent I istration, It is mandatory and not I''

Florida merchants "some- elective l Moreover if your 1951 j, Dr. D L Shudder; head of the M 0 Harreil of Distru t Five I plaie the tnra cotta sewer lim' met.tin-: of the MelihanlsDivision The touith I Annual Busine* aiulEducational 11-1 pa\mei- were n..i..':

thing new must be added" to their income tax return is not accompanied -, Department of Religion at the by unanimous \'>"te was re-elected leading from the county lourthou I ot the Chamber of Com It''lingfor t'ie Farm on their places' He aKut .

1951 income tax returns. Their by Schedule C it is in-1 I University of Florida. will preachat chairman of the Board of ('ountyCommissiont
checks to the Collector of Internal 4 complete and will result in your the Sunday morning church I >r- at the first meeting for an agreed pi'ice of $18080 at 7:30: :' m in the courthouse All their farms through the Faimers I farms of these 15 famil-! "

Revenue must be increased accordingly !later inconvenience Payment of | S service in the First Methodist I,r of the new year held in the Alfred A. McKethan. chairmanof merchants and business and pro- Home Administration will be held I creased 73.6 f I'I

> says a bulletin just released :t the new social security tax. for the ;{ Church of Starke Sunday Jan. ,I courthouse here Monday. He has the State Road Department advised fessional men are urged to attend at the American Legion Hall mStarke good record percent.however

from Orlando headquarters :year 1951, is to be included in the served as chairman of the board by letter that hearings on as the annual holiday :schedule of I I .
i i 3, it was announced this week by on Friday. Jan. 11. begin pointed 'Ii', I rp i ,
i I 19.: 1 income tax Both : the annual Secondary Road Program and dates of stores I ls
of the Florida State Retailers As- > payment. the pastor. Rev. Thomas G. Mit since January 1943. opening ning at 10:00: a m At this meeting I 110\\'f'r It' .:. i
!'houfbe! \ included in one check. would begin for this county will be decided at that tune for j.
sociation. Ira
t chell. Dr. Scudder will speak in ; Wilson was elected vice results! will be discussed forth tilldoe- ". : ;,
I' the forenoon of Jan 17 in Te
during ,
; In simple language the Association's ; Those whose other business than are calendar operated the absence of Mr Mitchell who I chairman; H V. Knight. county Tallahassee 1952Leo Wilheim. fild! i.'pi.-s.'rt'tive .,- I past year and ways! and means thin ot ;.11 d' e l> ,

:' bulk-tin explains amendments bash on should consult a the Col- will be in Leesburg this weekend I attorney and count: prosecuting The County Attoi'ney. the Clerk. of the Game-\ille Smial Security ..11'lIIcr..aing farm income for the '. off of : 'i" l' It t

: to the Social Security Law > ear serving as the Dean of the Florida attorney: Dr W E. Middleton and as many of the Commissioners oniing year will also be taken nMth I.- .ht ,.'1' ..
i office will alt I'IHI this meeting I I II
It' i
tor. county and
physician Joe
Old and Survivors : Lee. | '.
which extended Age Methodist Conference on !t these families
caretaker of the as can go were requested to attend ; to answei ar.\ qlh't'I"| .\1101! I st'il 1 \ :.. It
L Insurance coverage to the The Florid State Retailers As- Church-Vocations at the Methodist 1 and grounds.A county courthouse j the meeting. explain the n"d, :.il -t'.u' % Clifford L Ciirrie. < "oiim\' .. I'n ." e'

I "self-employed") These amend- !sndatmn bulletin adds the following Youth Camp in Leesburg. January -! delegation from the Starke I' A communication wa received r.>gula tilln'. xisor of th.- Bradford I'm' hTS \t It''. II_

c .. ments take in. for the first time i peitinent information: 11-13. Thr Conference if : Chamber of Commerce from the State Board of Health < Home Admisi.stiatior! < >0" hI

f owners and putters' of unincor- : If you earn as much as Sino) sponsored by the Florida Methodist -1 .* 100 toward defraying reque-ted I t urging that proper steps be taken that WIlll.111T\ SiadaStatt -> k
expense Five Called/
porated retail businesses They' "nil earned income" for 1951: you'i' Commission on Christian Vo of the county exhibit at the Florida i to in-ure safe and sanitary opera- Dmvtor, of the Fa"H'tnie : I. ,\

inch .le. ot testauraiits. the social tax oel cation.of which Mr. Mitchell i i Hon of the Sampson Lake undeI ,.-
operators pay !security : State Fair in Tampa and I h., Atllllilll-l.at"11 will! t>, 1 ," ','

,, beauty pailors. and such other 2 1-1 per cent on the first $::600 of I, the chairman Approximately 75 request was granted b\ unanimous I ground drainage welt The matt.-i For Induction out at this meeting\ Also >.' I !1'!" .. "tf

self-emploed people as music "net earned jnn nie' ":-et earned I I I ate expected to attend the con vote. I was refi.rred to the toail! super- program wilt be: a disnissii.-: .:" -. itili
teachers milliners. and photographers income" is gros.. receipts. less cost ference which is planned to offer January 16 being the date for ai L I A letter was received from John H\e m. l'.i\',' b"'en tilled for; ;''I the subject of Protecting the :and 1 IIII i 111"

I! (Ie operation.The I II I; counseling and guidance to the i I final inspection of the new county I I H Denmark requesting that matters induction'' I mt.I .> the Brined Foiteson Family Purse by Producing and I thr"u ,: K eh .. '
"You don't take it 01 leave it". j Bureau of Internal Rt'n-I: Methodist young people of Florida : jail. the Clerk was instructed to of interest between hm and Jan }.'. :MI i .ordlng10 an announcement I U-mj Honn, Grown Foods that h. .' ::1! 'I.. ,

f i nue Form. "Schedule C (for filing I who are planning to go into a full I contact the Contractors ami call l I, the Doaid be held in abeyance until \esteniay hMrs. Rhoda Currie pointed out that ot tie; Fnda\ ," i s ,

says the Social Security AdminW.C.T.U. with Form 1040 I must be used to I time church-related vocation. i! their attention to any apparentfaults I| the regular meeting of th, Dampier. clerk of Local Beard No l.'i families who are pun hasm : 1.! ,o i I"i iiff rpn-.

compute "Xt't earned income". Mr Mitchell will return tr : in construction so that they I Board in February due to the fact IS, serving i ): Biadf"|.il I aini l UmoiCounties Minis through the Farmers Home ;: with pros.eiu\e| ;tt'Di

The 'ollector of Internal Revenue Starke Sunday afternoon in time can be corrected bt-loie that date that it'a< impossible for him to I Administration. tout are ahead ot I regard: to J.I'' imer H.-n,. \
to preach at the regular Sundaye'mng E T Shull \authorized The name and acid I.'sOf thosecalled
did not inclose Schedule C with I (10 re- attend this meeting hedule with their payments and 1 1i'ost1 list ra t ion loans

the regular Income Tax Form serice. i i were'William
"A MILLION DOLLARS PER Game CommissionSets Klackbutn. Hi 2. Buxtiq'
Lawtey Marshall
1040 he :sent you through the mail.

, HOUR FOR WOMAN'S LKH'OR.CHRISTIAN'TEMPERANCK : THE NATIONAL It may be obtaj) ed at your post Brazilian Consul I II Time, Place Makes Good Haul Leonard. Starke Cecil! Row.-. Staike : Bradford County In UPS 'Pilot Program' ; I

UNION HAS KK- |, office nternal or Revenue through the Jacksonville Collector of Buys Farm Home j For Public MeetingThe Of Illicit ShineThcr Morven John Charles GaJohnnie noBox 32. Grocers Must Post Cei ling Prices Jan. 28th 9

I Your own Social Security account Near Lawtey formal meeting of thi- Game I... l-Mon Clark. Rt. 2. .j..llar.lllll'l't'nt. ietai: Recent BirthsMr
AMERICANS NOW SPEND will be 75 gallons less of,
ceiling ice.s
number must be shown on and Fi'esh Water Fish Commission I Box 135-A. Lake Butler. pi on most dry groceries -
$1.000.000 PER 110CH FOR Dr. H. O Miranda, Brazilian I Ion moonshine 10 eat out the innards: cheese
Schedule C. The identification 4 Delbert Ethndge Crews. Starke packaged and butter
BEER WINE AND employer's February scheduled originally I and MrDewev S':
LIQUOR.THE of some poor unfortunate !souls' will
consul assigned to the ports of The go into effect in Starke and
1930 EXPENDITURE number furnished you by for West Palm Beach will beheld were I ounce the birth of a s('p H ::

TOTALLED $8,700.000.000 OR the Bureau of Internal Revenuefor Savannah and Jacksonville. recently -| ms* >ad in Tallahassee at 10 according to an announcement by' called' for immediate induction : I its seven-county trading area on Paul on Dec 19. in Mart .-1 itarium. 1\,
purchased the Calvin T. j, City Marshall Dick Thomas of'Lawtey. Ltiverne Leonard Wahlin. Norfolk Monday. Jan. 23,
reporting Social Security taxesquaiterly t! a.m. the same day. L. G. Morris. according to A. Picayune. Mis. \1
S.000,000.000 GALLONS.
Mann east of and hairman has Va Reid Mann, District Director '
for your employees is place Lawtey t announced.All for Smith is in the ,
OFFICIALS" OF THE W. C. T. U. Navy station i
I It seems that Dick became TiIli.Iont's! Rt 1 Box the '
LAY THE BLAME 'OR TillS not your Social Security Account will make it his full-time residence : persons wishing to appear suspicious 151-A Jacksonville Office of Price' Green Cove Springs and m.",
after his retirement from before the Commission I Tallahassee I : of an obviously overloaded Lake BuIl1. I Stabilization. '
number. :Many merchants. who diplo- in side
LAMENTABLE INCREASE LV at the Pinehurst 1 1. ",
matic service are requested to contact I car that was "jumping' through This form
DRINKING TO ADVERTISING always have been self-employed I of ceiling pricing. Cabins in Starke. The nut.

THROUGH r never before have needed a Social At present. Dr. Miranda !spends Ben L. McLauchlin. director in Lawtey one night recently and his Used Car Dealers known as "Community Pricing." their son occurred while th-\ .\ ,.
writing prior to February 1 stat- I I suspicions proved well
AND RADIO." Security Account Number. If you his weekend* there although h" j, the founded I I! Must Display will mean that the actual dollar- visiting relatives in Miss S
ing subject to be discussed. All when he stopped the
do not have a Social SecurityNumber commutes weekly to Savannah driver, John and-cents ceilings will be the
(CHRISTIAN DIGEST DECEMBER postedby during Christmas holm IN
such subjects will then be entered S. Smith and
card get an application where his office: is now located I II j j, found the car wastransporting Ceiling PricesBuy.'rs all retailers. Mann explained. :'
) ( on the official 1 agenda of the meet
I office Mrs. Miranda native of Virg-inia.1 I' 15 five-gallon jujjs: of so that !
ISIAII 2:2G.p.f1F. for one at your post or a and allotted i shoppers may readily determine IMPORTANT XOTU
ing a specific
amountof shine to of used
Social Office. Fill it out ;1 remains at full time. I Tallahassee. cars and most the .
Security Lawtey | time it was stated. I I maximum prices they TO CXHXHiKI ..III.1t
Until buying the place at Law- :, Smith was released under S20.0-: new cars may now easily deter- can be I legally charged Of course The colored public of llram'

,, tey. the Mirandas resided- in Savannah I bond. | mme the maximum amount they grocers may sell at any prices below County is urged to b.. pu -,. ,>
Body Of ThomasIs This is the can be charged according to A.
second '
sizeable the
for 17 year- They are interested haul | posted ceilings. a meeting to be held in th \>

GROWERS in cattle raising however I Recovered of illicit whiskey made by Thomas : Reid Mann. District Director of Grocery items to be included on I| Bethel Baptist Church nn Smnt:, .
i in recent months the Office of Price Stabilization.
and selected the Mann place with ] His last capturc'tluring the posters will be those most j Jan. 20. at 2 p m. for \\h<-
I i its 90 acres of land. as an ideal The body of Verme Thomas 28 ( the summer was 57 fivrgallon Under Ceiling Pnce Regulation generally)) bought by housewives in tional benefit of the <'hi! h."
II of Melrose. found Lake : jugs 83 dealers must now display a I j
was in I
I site for their future activities. | I the area. The items will be fully i Bradford County.The .
Plant Only KILGORE'S Proven Quality Seed Swann Monday, about lOt yards This last sJnne was poured out I sign which sets forth the make i identified with brand
I Mr Miranda is a graduate of. and name, size people of Hampton H'
from the spot where he'a i in water. Thomas stated body style in each line or
because of
For High-Yielding Crops of Top Quality and True : Pennsylvania University and has ,I thrown from his boat on NewYear's I when they tried pouring it in ;I series of each new car offered and actual package or container and the 'I I'I er. Sampson CitT'n .'11'a"r..ak
been in the diplomatic service since I a I the ceiling price. \\ : [..1\' 1.\ n\'I\ sM ,
i ditch last ceiling price including ,various
TypeKILGORE'S Day. Searchers had bt'enIIragging summer some I i I
1930. Prior to that he exceeding The OPS Director .1 i ,i' M\ '. '
practiced l I charges allowed by the explainedthat nmei; I HMiii| -
the lake daily since then.l ly thirsty residents of regulation

BRED-RITE dentistry in Rio de Janeiro. At I' The body was found in grass at section persisted in Lawtey'scolored dipping I Iil I This requirement also includes the community pricing: pr" I "t Ix. .1 ihii\l t "lit' "ut;

one time he was assigned to the the edge of the lake by i out of the ditch with I I i I posting of the dealer's ceiling gram will not alter pre.sent i eil I I
consulate in Montreal, Canada. Thomas't spoons and ing prices but will mean that ll1..- <
I brother-in-law A. W. Yt> drinking. The officers finallvhad I i I price on extra special I or optional < ,
MANY maximum
OTHERS price-- will be
The Mann place. which was for Melrose He %vas diiected. to the to set the ditch afire equipment But the dealer cannot di.splavcon < I

Leading Varieties of Sweet Corn ': merly owned by A. A. Annis has !spot by R. Powers. state ranger the !spoon-dippers away. Thomas to run:: require the customer to purchase I The the posters posters will be supplied mailed by OPS i I

a beautiful, large residence, as !; who had been flying over the said extra special or optional equipment all known diiettlyto I ATTENTION

ASGROW BEANS OF ALL TYPESMcNair's well as excellent farming land. Its lake in a forestry plane and main in order to obtain delivery of grocers from tht
regional OtS in Atlanta
i I sale price as indicated by documentary -I taining contact with the boat by Free i a car. the week late m, If You Have
I Symphony preceding January
stamps on the deed was radio. Each used car. under CPR 91, 2S

$20.000. i! Funeral services for Thomas At University must be tagged with the ceiling i'mailed(Complete! ne'.v posters. will be PINE Oil ('YI'UKSSTINKER :

o I i I I price, identity of the automobile to each grocer ,rt second
Tobacco Seed were held Tuesday afternoon at ? !
Growers Are Asked o'clock in the Melrose Cemeterywith The University of Florida Symphony .'I! by make. model line or series and I Monday thereaft, to reflect) an)' i TO SELL
| : change. in
DeWitt Orchestra will present a I I i include any .extra. !special or optional ceiling prices. Grocer
C Jones Funera' i
To Continue will) be notified on official form of; Large or Small Tracts
Picking tree concert on equipment the
| Home in charge of arrangements.Thomas Tuesday Jan. 15 on car.
Shell CBP EmulsibleFor I at 8:15: p.m. in the Both regulations thtdealer > I any ceiling price changes on the
Berries was a universityauditorium
Twice Weekly j nephew of Mrs '; 1 intervening Monday. We hug All
i C G. Barksdale of Starke.FlameProofing I The public is cordially to furnish the customerI ,

Treating Tobacco Seed Beds Fifteen crates of strawb'ines I invited. Edward Preodor is i I with a copy of the bill of ale Mann said that the Jacksonville PAY TOP PRICES

I were sold at the Farmers )lat ket : Law director of the orchestra ,' within seven days! after the sale. area had been selected for theinitial .

here Tue>day at an average of 24 : The invoice must itemize the Community Pricing programin 0

Also All Seed-Treating and Related Materials: CarriedIn 1-2 cents per pint about $8.46 per Will Be Enforced, Crosby To Open various charges used: in arriving: in South because of its unique

Stock At All Times crate. Two crates were sold Monday -! ;i at the selling price and other information balance of industry agncultuie \\Yrile or Call
Inspector SaysF New Store tourist
Here trade
at $9 per crate and st'\'en' | required and shipping. Otlu-i

crates were brought to the market I Neither 1 regulation prohibits the "pilot programs" will) be insti,

last Friday. selling for around $10 S Shaw inspe( tor for the A I) Crosby announced yesterday .ale of a cai at less than ceilingpi tuted in Farge. N. D. and Fr 'MI"California B. THOMAS
FIoiuU Hotel and Rstaurant Com
THE KILGORE SEED CO. per cratf.j I' thahe would open a store on I ice. on the :anic date
I I mission, states that the flame- Washington: FUeet:
on Jan. IS in LUMBER CO.
I It is All retail
reported that Plant City I Ii I r grocers in :N'assui I

202 N. "'. 1st Ave. i l' had 1.226 crates Tuesday selling '! proofing frame hotels regulations frame multiple-unit applying to': i the the building Starke formerly occupied bv Legion To Conduct Duval St Johns. Baker. CIa PHONE 211 1 J
j Bedding Co. He will
at a 24 3-4 cent Union and
average. Bradford Counties
Gainesville, Fla. [ motor courts. frame furnished t handle feed. seed fertilizer and Book Drive For i be will. 1'. 0. Box: 735
Growers required to
were asked to continue participate in thi
I! apartment houses and frame gt'n''ral, :supplies I II STARKE, FLA.
to pick on Tuesday and Fridays' I Veterans HospitalDr I program di.splanng the po-t.r-.
] rooming houses will be enforced.
until th' volume of fruit is sufttI I II II I

I dent to pick every day The regulation provides that Infant Griffis A Y Covington Commander I r
-- i mattresses in all buildings of the
of Jones-Langford-White Post
I !i above type must be flame I rod, I Sharon Guff is. infant daughtei
I Funeral Thursday 06 The American Legion. an
; but does not apply to mauie5.su: j of Benjamin F and Virginia Davis Coming To
notjnced Wednesday that the Legion -
rOIl S\LK---Prin. Marvel I SINGER SEWING: Machine Company For N. H. Tyson in rooms equipped with approved i isprinkler Griffis of Starke. died in a Gainesville -
Polled i
Hereford mil Wright I Lake! Cit) KU I'h..n< SSO Post had started a drive for .
IfiOO l>ounlKe.ixin fur J-ellintj to I I system or approved: fife hospital Saturday afternoon
nil! repair nurhm.
youi n n\ | books to be sent to the Veteran-
keep from in..r.linJ. :' I'ruc top I'onilitlon. ..c-onaiil., \V.use Noah Horace Ty on. 73. a form- detection system.Anyone '
following a brief illness She
right 1-:. 1':. \Va.MliiiVjM.i was'! Administration Hospital at Lakt
only Ki'ittimi Sm ;i'i parts ,'1' resident of SI'arke. died \Ved-j! I GOSPEL
desiring the born TABERNACLEJAN.
41pl1S': Out so, \ 'ill' n 'II |pi.i| k iti t and names ot in Williston on Oct. 17. 1951 City for the veteran patients at.
I Ilouth d..li\1 ., nesday at his home in Palatka !'
J qualified
FOIi SAI.K--4-room houw with \ \ "I. 111'11 I I. '111"'$1. flame-proofing companies' Surviving besides her parents. that facility.
.".. New SiiiKri inai hm. v ..r,' a'.nl- heart attack. j jMr
\Vhit following a obtain
proprrty on l Lake I.Ie may this information from are two sisters. Julia and Gale
\ a mi KMsoii.ilile IMIII- This drive was started as I the
St Cash $::!..nll.1'1)) oluiV I
Whit!' or call Williston 1S.:; Mr I 1 vvyyvyvyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.MATTRESSES Tyson was employed by the I Mr Shaw. Griffis of Starke: her paternal result of an initial gift of 25 blink

StaliL-r "''I I' 1 IS I I Georgia Southern Railway Co. for !i I grandpaients. Mr. and Mrs J. M by Mrs George E. Sapp ot thi- 20th THRU 27th

.'onI..":-7 'II Purir pressure OF ALL KINDSRENOVATED :25 years served on the Police CORRECTION i Gnffis of Starke: and her maternal ; city

cooker prdftit-ally! tire $:Ii i> 'ur- Force in Starke and also as a iI grandparents. and Mrs ':
tis Criffis. Lawtey. lip i This book drive will)) last for two
Policeman in Gainesville. Our attention has I Hutson Davis of Xewberry
been called to week!! terminating with the nexti! Dr. John McNeil
FOR \.I'-Tnlt'l"r.( John Ieere ... .. iJ\::J :|: the fact that
there ,
I."td M anti t"llIilllllrllt| Mrs WS He was born Dec. 17. 1879 at was a typographical Funeral services were held at the Post meeting on January 22. after j

i. SHilny. Silver l-ike. Ill: I. Pox \ !l J.l1t ? Lake Butler, the son of the late :| error m the announcement graveside in Kingsley: Lake Ceme which the books collected will betaken !

'.S. SlarW.; KU :\tp 1'S3:!; I ",:,, :>1: Mr and Mrs Jasper Tyson. At I' of D. R i Billy > Matthews tery Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock1! to Lake City. All local Scottish Evangelist and Musician

FOR \-4)n.: ('rt.Ity rlectriorange FUn N I T U R EHeuphoNtered on. time he was engaged in farm for Congress in last week's issue !t with Rev I. V. Luke officiating j citizens having books which they :

little in'I..ks cmiil new"condition Dnr 11".1'f'r 1'riK.li-v' and ing in Bradford County. He wasa of the Telegraph The article' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home would! like to give to this project : WASHINGTON.(; I Uo C

*l rlrtr refritfcrator also u"i>d member of the Church of God I quoted Matthews as saying that had charge of arrangements are invited to bring them by the

\fry layette: little i>t Two Iniiuirai Llm-kk ..7<<>
rail :!!ti> I 'i1IOPSK < IIASTINOS MATTKE CO. Palatka he is survived by one I war veterans must suffer becauseof ('.\lm 01TII.KS: :, in and thcw ill be pu'ked up ,

: KOI! SM.Ka.re>. l.uitl Boy 2S0 Taiatka, Fla. daughter Mrs Rachel Hodge of our committments abroad." I

AU 1'onven.lent-e* :!! ,,t. cast! .,f AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa.A1'tl Archer: one son Parnell Tyson As originally stated b>' the candidate -I .We are very happy indeed to Recent Births HEAR HIM
Starke riui') Shi-pherd.; *07 trail the j know that our names were included -
St tf : THI: fltFT-MIXDri ind- also of Palatka: one sister. Mrs quotation should have Mr: and I :\I.\ Ei.-th. ('.nft-, : tIt t
-Irtrt .:ngra\.1 \\ ... read on the needy list by mein-
111I1; Inxit.iloiis : "The needs of
Dora : Jacksonville anda I our old lit .. .
Kilgrove. : people : 2 Stark. ariii"'iii'' /' I thi rt.rtMIt t !
( fun- !
ATTRACTIVH newly don! over fur- on r.iK-i onli ni !.ipt-r. and hers of the Elks Club who prepared Each 7:30 I
filched apartment for rent OrsdvApartmenfn > I'.i.i.lfonl' "unlv Tyson. I i l s n h: |li I \\1.- 'II! I rH'' 'lin

on,. Clark Street" I"0 Telegraph! tfSKRVKL : Funeral st'T\' ces'er... held because of our committments I' a box of groceries and fruit I III i I lnr, .-: < r I ,
per month A J Thuma Jr. i abroad deliveied to our hunt .tt Dec 21
Arnt. 4tr 10'IJ' : : (:.\s ':I'FIlti"\"tll: ::: Thursday afternoon at 2:30: o'clock The Telegraph regrets Blltlr-I .
1. gii1u: 'tv prn ..d it .."..> '<-, I''i '_ th" and by Sen CharM Johns nul < 'harl<'- -
I IRtalkt" error hones that hasnot .. .
.1 I ", the DeWitt I c Jones -----
t-> -fli in O' -
at Sl 17 '
ti Y.-II
ii't "
r.1' f1.\tow FOR UKXTJ I & ; I I H.ud\ \\'Ij"i ill! : 'i'I; l -
ballrooms. nI"t..rn1.\ ha'"< ...-i>. 1.1 thione Sl.uli' >;.i_ i 'nDIOS ( atised any misunderstanding ,
tral, hr&tlne. Air rn"l.l Kr\ I on th.- pait I I of our rt'a.j.'rs Y.'c
thins ftirnKhetl ."V.M>t lln"i" I.iv1C '- K.\ KKPAIKKD: : Intel ment wain the taimh I : \1.: I .', '

; ". ro"ni. ilinftte. l.itt'lI..n.l'anr\' \ \11t1lL..... \It 'IwIrI.rhnrie.s plot in iHal Cemeterv. IUMI; [ Si tat ko'
.n' larc" 'I.s.'t'- Apnlv folon- .
al Florist( X,na St Phone :IK! U..II..hI. ennrnnteed Rotarians HearMissionary -" .' '
tf t'li \". t'. "1I1"II1ltn'It : : t. -<:: :; :- : :::- ;. :_- :: -o- NOTICE
: \\'. lull ..t. Nlnrkr Ph. 2.tlii Searing Elected
I i I i Speak
J.'. rc P.KVT--n I"\I' nttrm-ti\- ni.xl- . . . . .
.rfl .,i'irttwii* lV"I..ahl l>% 'i.'e- FYItt.\: :-: 1:1: : \-I:':' !K 11'-. Head Of Shrine .
n l I.... ifi.'it .\1"., hr.'e r....m' an.IhI I 'I"1'.1': \.r i II'' nl. 1 V.- ':,: Mis data Leaman of Staik-1. .. '
!h....:'.>.:>> Kntlrely ".-."'. ...rtII 1..J- III I -; 'I'. .."it* \\ :th F\ MBi i__ retired "
# ?0t I \\" 1"II".n. tf .Ilefill. Onl\" ;\' OM.II- '. ,,d "Fr'v.r' Glen G. Seal in::. piesul,'nt "fi, Lutheran missionary tr Thrift JessollNo.1 FEED SEED FERTILIZERAnd
I'ra.lC..r.1 rtiii'\' T. 1. cr.\l'h tfNTKI I I. the Glen G. Searing"o.IStntction : India. was guest speaker at the''

von flTTw'rubn1 furnishedanartmnts Rotary Club Wednesday :
onmfiirtaM* beds.V I "0. and former resident of Starke. I exhibiting
\\ \ :\>--S.l. tar> MMh.nv costumes of that
eleotrif oJ"!
ln-stt-r rune countr and
.IKO:: spier >
UnoulidKe s.f 10:1'; !I...... has been el_ated to the position ,
1 r.> "<.t"h in \ I liwn $4flit5t K-
describing the
.l fl| Si I...it":,,. r. StarK*. 'ake .U.-niniT 'Imioi'e I r.i.ult. i.l y.n.1:1n..inor I, of Illustrious Potentate of the land and the people Teal the value of thrift by GENERAL SUPPLIES STORE
l.f,. irrailcil with sisn r-iHtl at\vt snt mile" Mr.tiiniivr <> 10 ItrV I.Morocco Temple of the Shrine IPj Miss Leaman retired in O'lllbel du.ldllh

,-) Wvnn P.nmVsi. .Ant tf \ \\TKI: t" -rll fi\t .l of j Jacksonville 1950 after 27 years in India !' startingour A
fiiristt iIIs- hedi'nini -II.-! 1 Life Insurance P'JlllY
A..p tnT'Ir'T: Vt n n F.\T.: l>ar \IOKS 1;\';"': r. unl Kill h> I I. 'p' till > He has been active in Shrine She was introduced by1 Kay'' I
f'I"r, ".11..1 1.'r.ues: : h.,,,".. l.shin.i' \\',\ -..1\\ L\ uterr "I'! .11'!' Mr".
t'i... 5:;." \ I Masonic and Eastern Star circles i I (Carlisle who had charge uf th !
i |,>tlsf 'hiirrh $2: :; nn' \.T Madin HP I OPENING SAT. JAN 19
'"h..i'- \ilmmNtrntor; tf .. since 1931. A native of Thomson I Ipiogram! I IIW :
C. Carr
.n SXI.K KOMT rsn, )>..i|.., on Colley
"I! ..I, I 111. he came to 'Florida in 1924 ,
1 -'r I'i' .t LI.-- br''t% i> rim w.r .f K A'fl. \|., :.. .1. !i
I "Ms mil' .. .. He and his much M I
,.1 i--- ,n ""I .f ''lit n"ot ftot. w > > Mi> .1.-rtlkllll >> family spend ; r Hoard To Meet
'" !I'..\t .1 i if -turne Donult.n: Big I I>a,l Mfff (" ., month J K Itnovin Kmgsley Lake. of the Baptist -
F' 'K SALE-r,rd Pian... l.uddenn : WMU will meet the fpnh.j THE MUTUAL LIFhINSURANCE I '
I in educa- i ( Former Locution of Starke F'eddinK (
.. ...., <1 eat'h o. )
F"" \1.1- F..I" or"" | :c hiuiii* lrih'trr !
send it Social
to .
and your nearest I annal building Tuesday afternoonat COMPANY < NEW YORK:
\\"it" erxxl < MiMitiiMi Alt-n 'nd'-u \- >< ni\ei" T'l
"1., "iO-oh T"t" f.r Jf T ......I.IP'm u.1" L-.V.. Ttut..i'! ItnOw Secuiity Field Offic located in: j I 2:30 o'clock: I
TI'1"I..r f'ar'\; s'"s from Daytona Beach Ft Lauderdale. j I . . . . I II
>'ar' *r8 Market. TU. Sftl ItpT nr u't" t'o'' ken 11' at it'isla..... The program and bu.sine.smeet1<
n, r flEsV "*\'., hv identifme. Gainesville Jacksonville, Lakeland. ing of the WMU will be held in''i .\I A. D. CROSBY
K \V M..i.<:r Hampton .," Oain -- I
.'.:..di'I.>; 'J.F.r.'rl.Ok""I..". 115 C'.t&Ia.o.lIa": h In* .....>wt > Ii. I,:..<.,. ,,' itt- Miami Petersburg, .Qrlan'do.Sara>ota PensacoU.. Tallahassee St. the educational building at 31 t Fire &; ( asualt! > In-urance

"Vntr I Truck: Unv* between I clock. The Doris Knight circle 1

..!,. h"ur* of J a.m. aDd 5 1t'hg"mw..k t WErmTXIl_t3 nn Orfler*NPrnRTIDArC'KE t*ki> !lilt flshm.rf:' Tampa and West Palm Beach will have charge of the progrii I II I I -; : - ---- --

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