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 18, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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Murder Ends Jaunt Of Middleaged COU N TY TELEGPH

%Woman And Young Mill Worker, Single fi C ,

A sordid escapade, which had a officers of St. Johns County learned Official County Publication Established In 1879VOLUME CJPY

brief Starke interlude, ended in that Haskell had given his adds

death for John David Haskell 27- as the motor court near

year-old Augusta.. Maine mill : Starke, and a description of lhe'' 8En 'TY-TIIRfE o_.\V.I?I-i. FLORIDA, r'TI Tn,... .%..'\.\ 18 *

Mrs. him ob- 19o ..........rwn .. ........... ." N.
worker, and the holding of man accompanying was "Hr." 1"r..11r.'r. "
Dorothy Bragdon ottgomerY1about tained. Conner Seeks 1 Merchants Set

50, of MUHnocket, Maine, A'widespread search was launched Special Meeting

as a material witness. for the murderer and Tuesdayin I Slate Council Votes
Holiday bRent
The etory began in mid-Decem I Jacksonville a young Surrency. ;

ber when Mrs. Montgomery left Ga. man was arrested and allegedly Return To House Hours i On Hospital

Maine in the company of Haskel! confessed that he shot Ih:-kel' Closing

and another man. She is the four timesthrice through the _44.. __ __
widow of Hugh Montgomery, a I chest.and once through the mouth S. .I i F .I laud; .1 of tile Western AutiAS.SIX : This Afternoon ,

well-to-do papermaker who was as a result, he said of a fixhi :a roo St t r s' was, elected ihairm.u Advertising Space

found dead In his car at Millinoc- The alleged murderer. William ..i 1 lit- :M-'rthaiitb Division ottlit ,
; : -ct1 -
ket last August, shortly after he Barklu Moody, 28, said IK met Slut 11'1' ( hamber of Commeict: I FM! thi.i l"lIiJ.r.lllon; ami prhap.s .

and his wife had returned from a Ha.-kell Wednesday night. and : H! at a meeting in the courthouse I a deimite decision as to

dance where she had been pianist. they went on a drinking pasty *; Monday night at 7:30: o'clock. w hetheiBradford County will On

Neighbors said she had considerable which took them to Da>tona The .schedule of holidays foi I I seek to obtain a hospital under Parking Meters

cash on her pers when she I Beach. While there, Hakell'lrad.1: I I iw.'ij; was adopted as follows: the Federal Hospital Survey and

left home. ed cars and they started back Ft, iday. July t. j Construction Act will likely be

Haskell had a police record in I I| to Jacksonville. Moody said I Monday Sept 1. Labor Day. I reached at a special meeting of -

Maine, described as "a page and I After shooting Haskell. Moody T II'sda XI111, ArmihticeDd I the Board of County Commission Bank Deposits Estimated That City Will Receive

a half long", most of it having tc: said he took about $700 from the e n. at 2 o'clock this aft.'moon

do with auto thefts. He servedjail I dead man along with his Culova !fnntsdiv :Nov. 27 Thanksgiving (Friday) $600 Annually From Ad-O-Meter

and sentences in Maine wrist watch, and a cameo ring I At
prison this time the Boaid will! inaki Show 4.6 Gain
for that crime, and other offense The Jacksonville officeis said I Thni-sduv Dec 25, Christmas I known the results of a conferencewith Starko'parking! : nu'U'rsuif hack' .
was the watch I Thnr-dav Ian. 1. New in 1 tht- lithi-ii)!i: t 1 s
on his record included assault and I Moody wearing Year's
officials of the as the
State Improvement City Council voted 1
intoxication. Last fall, Haskellwas 1 when he was arrested and had I| li was also agreed that store I ue. Commission in Talla-I I Total deposits in the Florida 'silent sentinelto. the '
II I Ad-O-Meter
fined in Millinocket Municipal 1 about $134 on his person. I II will -.lav; : open aU day on the twc L I I hassee Thursday The purpose of I., bank of Starke between Dec. 31 I dale MichUnion; ( CorM| ration c\[ F. 11:

after hU According to Mnody's confes-1, I Thursdav' preceding Christmas
Court for driving I II L :i this conference was to discuss the 1950 and Dec. 31, 1951 showed
license had been revoked and of sion, he came on to Jacksonville and that on the Monday, Tuesday i i possibility of the Commission issuing I I'increase i of 4 63 cent an. ,: Th> corporation will moi.\ : 1

ficials there recalled that Mrs about 10 p.m. Thursday. then drove and Wednesday preceding 'bus bonds i per according I frame atop each meter tot ,
I I against race track to a report by W. B. Sewell Campaign
Montgomery paid the fine. He had the car to Knoxville.. Teiin. ando I mas on Thursday, stores will remain i I "futures' (,coming to Bradford I president of the purpose( of carrying an ,uh.n t I. -
been staying In Millinocket at t Nashville on Saturday abandoning Doyle E. Conner yesterday announced ) open until 7 p.m Closing I,I County in order to finance the I. Board of Directors institution Jan., to 8, the Planned 26 ing message. The city vxili! i' >
that tim. i it on a parking lot there. and ins candidacy: tor ieeleLUon hour for the weekly Thursdayhalf county's share to At 50c per month rental irommeter e I' '
the hospita! the close of business Dee.
After coming to Florida Haskel! returning to Jacksonville. : to the House ot Kepie- holiday was set at 12 noon construction. I 31. 1951;: deposits totaled on Churches a total of $600 apnualU

and Mrs. Montgomery hit some of :Moody, who claims to be a entative$ from Bradford ('ount)r. by the cooperating merchants. 'I The ; 901.6S 2211. In Area V r Cecil D. Fountain represeII.itire !
Improvement as
trade but i is also a He was the A change the Commission'recently compared with $2.205: of Ad-O-Meter ,'
the high spots in South Florida plumber by youngest member t I., in time for Satur-1 I 711.17 : who appean
I announced on Dec 31.
and eventually wound up at p motorcycle racer, was picked up |I serve in the IStol Legislature. day closing was agreed upon by I|. County had been that Bradford | The 1950. Pastors of .Starke and gome 26 :1 at the Council meeting Tuesdav
Jacksonville city and county i I Young Conner merchants who : given an "A'c i president's report al.-o in churches ot ,ill to close the deal
motor court near Starke where by graduated uioi n are members of I priority << demomnations in stated that t 'I
officers when he stopped at a filling j I Bradford the Chamber of Commerce I } for the construction of a mention of a /blight decrease 'this area : : I corporation sells the
they registered on Jan. 6 under High School and studied::! The j hospital I of ate meeting at Park of auverti-ui",
I with Federal
their right names and occupied i station at Kipp and MiamiRoad I agriculture at the University of new closing time was set at 7 p.m. : funds and! I in U. S. Securities i: The Palms tomorrow evening tri space atop each meter fr $2: -,<
| was eligible for 65 held: a decrease
separate but adjoining cabins. in Jacksonville to refuel hi? Florida. He has been pronu net It Ted C. VanAntwerp. managerthe of'' a per cent bonds in Florida! i i complete plans for a Union Evangelistic I per month After deducting; u>>
j grant the of .039
Apparently Haskell left Starke motorcycle. He was unarmed and I in the Futuie Farmers of Amencai, Social Security Office iel the 1953 act highest allowed under loans and discounts;: and a decrease in I Campaign The plan are $600 paid to the city for rertalthis I'

around Jan. 10 and two days later I offered no resistance.! He is now for several years serving both asi i Gainesville gave an interesting' ,I cent. of 15.3 per r j for the second annual campaign of rate the corporation \\ .ltli.:

his bullet-pierced body was foundin !I being held in St. Augustine. I State and National President ofi! discussion of benefits applying I Li.elfemployed The survey placed the need here j "There I such a natur. the first one having net $2,400 from advertising rlKhl

a palmetto thicket off U. S. | In the meanwhile, Mrs. Mont I this organization for young agri- s persons under the at 50 beds, although it is con of was a very light increase I been held last February on Starke's meters.

Highway 1 about five miles north gomery had also left Staike for culturists with more than 350,000. new regulations. He announced sidered likely that the hospital. i if'' ceivedram.00285 in interest re The meetings are to begin on The final motion to rent u-.

of St. Augustine. Jacksonville, but had returned j I members. He was selected by the'I that the next Social Security meeting constructed would be designed : crea.; of 29.77 bond, a sizeable in Sunday afternoon. Feb. 3, and will meter rights was made bv <'''II ,

Between the time he left Starke here registering this time at a I Florida Jaycees to receive their i i will be held in the court house for around 35 beds at an estimated i loans in interest earned continue daily for two weeks and cilman L. O. Hazen and St"'lIlId >'
that local of Feb 14 10 cost of SSOO.O'X' ) With a'' and discounts; and ai 1' three bv P. L
and the time his body was found hotel. It was there "Distinguished Service Award" in'i at a.m. increase I I Sundays All sessions win! Bridges The vote ',\ i

Haskell purchased a 1952 greer: ficers first contacted her. when I it 1949. The Chamber of Commerce expressed 65 per cent grant, the Federal | fore in earnings of 26.39 be be held in the auditorium at Park; Hazen. Bridges and Bi.shnp t '

Catalina Pontiac from the Ste was learned that she wanted tc During the 1951 session of the appreciation to the Junior government would pay around' provision. for income tax andreserves. of The Palms. renting; Lewis and Jackson again-; :

phens Pontiac Co. in Daytona report the "theft" of 2100. The j Legislature, Rep. Conner was a I I, Woman's Club for their contribution $325,000' of this amount leaving I of $16.52 There is a" net earning t Dr. Joe Henry Hankins of Lit renting

Beach, trading in another car and first connection between the woman I- I strong advocate of progressive III the county's exhibit at approximately $175.000 to be per share the president I. tle Rock. Ark. said by Christian Councilman Jackson had )pr i > ,

paying the $1,200 difference i in and the dead man was estab education and agricultural! legis the State Fan in Tampa i financed by the county. i. reported.All officers leaders to be one of the outstanding iously made a motion to r"III T MI,

cash. This money was part of r lished when she told the officers'j lation. He fought for ample funds A bill passed at the last sessionof re-elected for and directors wen ) preachers of the world wil I II! meter rights and this motion Eiol i

$2.100 that had been either stolen that the man she charged with th- for old age assistance and the State Legislature prov lI.- i the new year : speak at each .service A r. j I been seconded and pa-scii H"\

from Mrs. :Mongomery or given theft was John David Haskell. At I health and sought an increase public in ;, BHS To PlayWilliston : that all race track" monies received Feigert of Park of The Palms n. I. ever, after some further IIM! "u! ,

to that time identification of the teachers by Bradford (' general: chairman lion of the contract
him by her salaries, supporting legs ()UlJt in excess oRO,000 : Asks of the commute t and <>thc( 'to

With Haskell at the time of the dead man's body had been estab.1ished I lation to make the salary incieasipossible. $ annually will be placed tithe .; County City in charge, says that Dr. Hankim F tails, Jackson asked pei-mi-sum <

car purchase was a tall young and the local officers advised I % HereIn credit of the county hospita, :s known for his sane Scriptural I. withdraw his motion and thi- .A I
man with reddish complexion am1 that Haskell had given hi I II Conner drew a number of fund It is estimated that something X holarly sermons throughout the' allowed by mutual '/>nsem at
important To
hair, wearing a motor-cycle uni Ij j{ address as Starke. 'I assignments; and is currently in excess of $15.000 annually Aid Hospital] \angelical Christian world. I though no vote was actually' tik

form. Mrs. Montgomery was not taken serving on the Legislate basketball g.d1h's played b will go into the hospit.il; I fun.; The Singing Basingers of Park Hazen then signified his uilhn.ness .

It was through the purchase of into custody at that time, and ( Council representing the during l the pas! week the "A". from this source M( 0 ersburg. West Virginia will have to make the motion v :'

this car that Haskell was identified when the sheiiffs office here j I Congressional District. Eighth, squad bioke even winning from I If the county is to be include' Harrell. chairman of the charge of the music and children' Jackson voted against
and his murderer eventually tracked learned later that she was wanted Conner is an active member of Palatka 27-21 and 10s I.g to St. in the 1953 Federal appropiiatioi i'|'I Dr. A, Y.of County Commissioners work They come here from T >ron Ii City Attorney G I. I iii-"

down. When the body of the By St. Johns County officers as a the Baptist Church an honorary Augustine 14-34 for hospitals. a decision in th: I Covington. county healtofficer ,.1| to Canada where the have beer stated yesterday that I the t ,>nha t r < '

Maine man was found all means material witness they could not member of the Starke Rotary The girls sextet won thl'irn1\' matter must be reached by th<: I i of the and A. J. Thomas, Clerki in similiar capacity in a city-wid with the Ad-O-Meter iomp
of Identification had been removed locate her in the hotel. The I Club. a member of Apha: Gamma game: played by a score of ;55-4e i Coitmissioners by Jan 21. : fore Circuit Court, appeared be. campaign which lasted two weeks s would carry a SOnflay ramelUticlause. ..

except a dry cleaning tag on hir sheriff's office stated that a taxi' Rho fraternity and is I fiom the Palatka girl. the City Council Tuesday: ..1 beyond scheduled time because olI f. .

trousers bearing the name ot driver tipped them off that she engaged in the business currently cf livestock The "B" squad still undefeated, County Committee (I night in the interest of financialassistance I the tremendous interest in theservices. L The corporation rt'prt''III.tll'r .

"Haskell", and the bill of sale tc was in another hotel and they farnung. easily whipped Palatka's "B" in the operation of a stated that the advertising '
u < il>
\ the automobile which had fallenon found her in a room there with a squad and had to come from be : Sets Filing Fees i proposed the first county hospital during Services will be held each evening bi installed atop the meters iHi/, <

the ground near the body. Lawtey man who. it is believed. I Harry W. Bennett hind to win 43-35.; Coach In- For Local CandidatesThe ment. year or so of its establi i at 7:45: except Sundays. Thf 30: daysBerry.

Through the dealer in Daytona, she met in a local bar. gram's Junior High boys had n<: only Sunday services will be held

: Tung Oil Pioneer trouble in downing Melrose last I They stated that a 25 bed hospital ;. at 2:30: in the afternoon. Roth Dr
County Demoii-atic
Florida Guard Units Not Friday night. Executive 1' would cost in the neighbor Ffankins and The Basingers wil! Growers Told
Likely Died At Committee meeting here Jan hood
I Age Paul Rivers continues to lead I 4. fixed its: annual assessment ,. of $40,000. Sixty-five percent : 'he heard in area churches during I To Pick Now

To Be Called Unless War Worsens ; Hany W Bennett S6. a pioneer I in the the scorer I'alatka by adding 11 point? against candidates at two percent :i by a this Federal amount grant would, leaving be paid:! of the the morning three Sundays and evening of the service: As Fruit Ripens *

in the game and 12 the campaign
I tung oil industry died I at maximum allowed by ,; $110.000 for the .
against St county to
h his homineai LaCiosse Augustine. Winkle I l from pay The (mtent wann: wi .i'1 I ,
Assurances that no i ( on Thurs is i close future race track funds A massed choir : :
tional Guard divisions day Jan 10 He was one of the ,1. behind. getting only twr: aw.'f i In view of the piano with organ an(' ripening strawberries so I.t-r 1 t
I first men to start extensive points against Palatka. but adding of three fact that mo-t accompaniment solos, duets I farmeis are now being .nhi, ,
tivltated in the { I plant 13 the pei cent to the Boardof of its funds would have instrumental i i-
to and
in St
Augustine go int!II' special "
ing of oil I. game. musica1numbers "pick when
trees in Florida the ripe lathei tlidi
( county Commissioners
unless the international to construction
: He established his China Tlii' gills teams and Junior High l of the hospital I will feature the opening I confine their harvests ,in ,
the :
> Tung defray election i 'I '
tlm of
becomes far more expenses. county each
boys spokesman
Grove between Brooker and La-1 I 1 provided local fans with good makes a total of five the asked that Air. Basinger, per week "There will be 'mi ,
voiced the State cent of City
by per [ consider one of North
E ('rllsst'. in the entertainment last Friday some financia1assistance Anienca's! most able at the market
eatly 30's( night I the It to
annual every In i
I S net
income '
week in of
General this the
r. in
The u directors, will
estimated that theie girls led the Palatka lassies meeting operating conduct the congregational I your berries," ,
are between fice they weie Id'!
before the Florida !'; sought that must be paid by costs (during: the ;
: j I II first
I throughout, Mnging. I
1.500 and 2.00 year or s j by the
Cr arces in his except for the last ''It management "but' ,
huge ; candidates the d'! "
Officeis Association at : | two time of quail was pointed out that Gordon L. '
I plantation. minutes of the most hos Purdy. director of pick berries that ,
fl'alatka '
f gr1'1' I.
Conference in Daytona : > mg pitals have Park 1
l of The
I Funeral services were held pullt'd't'n and pretty tough sledding, Palms advises that hurts the market for all '
at .
.1 11 went,
Gen. Mark W. : ahead Candidates for State during the first: ; i individual I
Maj clock last Saturday one point. The Bradford Representative year, at least. opera chairs are pro
morning in i During this
this assurance in order [ > : Thomas Funeral Home. ( girls found themselves and State Senator must until efficient Tiethads of opera vided in the auditorium. specia' early slap '
Gaines- again however .
a statement made at division"i dIvision'h i I ville. and went ahead quaihfy by February 1. Candidates ing can be neloped rooms are provided for mother-' season farmers are askeil i r"< _
to their
sta y I berries to
the ,
The ni.uk'' hI
ference Saturday by i Survivors Mary Frances for Representatives must Councilmen stated that with small[ children.
I include( his widow Hazen scored 2? 1! they parking facil I) 11:30: a.m. _
William Fleming. rrO. points, quailify with the would take the Hie. and helps -,
,id An.iusitt H Bennett, and followed closely by Pity!!it Secretary of I matter under are provided at rid! The
National Guard Bureau I : three sons Thomas W. Bennett Strickland with :25. All the State this year for the first time I serious consideration and would | that the entire staff of Park of cold weather th.t't II'. ,1" "
I of
there was a possibility 'i j Haines as the law was at the i i have a representative The Palms is last week when the temp.'ntl*
I City: R W. Bennett Bab- guards tuineJl: in a good pI'I'for. changed last L at the special busy to make every | 1
division would be ; Park. and Harry %V. Benrett mance in winning. session of the legislature f( meeting of the Commissioner: provision for the comfort and enijoyment dropped below 32 on thre. innings ,

ing's statement was I Bronxville.! N Y Billy Weldon continues as ('andidatefor: othl'r'OUnty of I 1 110 be held in the courthouse, Fn j, of tho.se who will attend seemed to damage (the nlo,,u,

newspaper reporters to (: scorer of the "B" squad. gather top: ficies must quailify with th. Clerk 1 day afternoon at 2 p.m. the services'Funeral. very little and the fruit not i' ."'
a Florida division would << : ,' Alvarez Observing58th ing 10 points against::: Palatka anc'! of the Coin ON March( 1); throughout the 'ountv <
1 1'I now white with bloom ,
intl i
General Lance ; 12 against St. Augustine Colley To Attend Sunday bushes r

that if another di\'i 1 Anniversary Sidney Jackson are loaded with Kieen; "'
rvee and Stanley Rotarians Hear I
I i )iI t ('lark Special Course I For Mrs. Barker I ripening fruit .\ hard I" /
with 10
be put into active \' I j g ; i' With Sales Event the Junior points each led Need For Blood : In Insurance coming at thu tune. uouiii .>
be armored High scorer Good Mrs
probably an Mary Edna Barker. 39 'II out a heavy <-
Alvarez store; is! floor games were turned. in... htDeWayne .. Waldo
celebrating ( (die.! I
-- lilor
Thursday Jan
movie' ulnis of Puertt,1 Can, 10. III
: ('olle\ loal
Children's its ;r>sth anniversary this week Elder and GIN Kope insurance Alachua
Committee Rico General
Discusses with its annual lousos were shown at the RotaI') agent, has been selected to attend! Hospital Sht Monday
I anniversary sale Club Wednesday' by Col James A. I a training : was a name of Bradford County, I

Need For Local Detention Home which This was well-known etabh.shcd clothing store. squad Tonight and (the Friday girls) the entertain boys 'A'the j Griffin of Camp Blanding. wht I I lerenie to school be sponsored and sales by conth the Anders e daughter ot William and ilar> For A. W. mcLean
in Slade. who
lithe ; photographed the island 1 Mutual now ieside in
oldest. ,retail business establishment Wilhston. boys and girls. the first r .f a recent trip. there during ': Insurance! Co. next Hampton. She was a member o. Ai thin' William :,.l.i.!,

The Bradford County rhildren'sCommittee prevent illnesses caused from para- in Starke It has enjoyed g-am. starting at 7 :30. Monday through Thursday at the the Waldo Home Demonstiatioii retired public utilities '
met in regular session I MtesRev. v.ioV a A J. Thomas >. Jr in behalf of I Jung Hotel in New Orleans I died ?
popularity throughout this I Club and a 4-H Club leader. Saturday Jan l lzclnia : "'
Monday. Jan. 14 at the Thomas Home I, the local Red Cros- Chapter( asked I The course is for selected ,.
Mitchell. Dr Woodham and trade area iti.wn( through the Demonstration !Illf agent Funeral sei vices were held Sunday Gt'fll'ralliuspllal: after -. ''
members of
Restaurant. S. S. Sparks, chair the club to the southeastern
Mrs.[ cooperatewith division whe illness He .
Burns was '
\\ere years afternoon a nati.elul. f
appointed to at o'clock in Santa
man. presided and introduced the before each go Council Meeting the Armed Forces Blood I have joined the company during Fe I fi Conr
civic .
group in the Cemetery with DeWitt C Jonetuneral
Donor : the
new members Rev T.GMitchelL, county explaining the Program by pledging a past eight months Those tc; .j F Home HI charge Mi :\1. L. ... r- .
ReJ.... D. Haines and Dr W. J. of importance ADDRESSES The Count Council of }Home i pint of blood. A mobile unit wil! i i attend the course were selected ,
having a representative on th D by ;;, In addition to her parents. sur yearagn; dn> r II it H.i ite '
Woodham Jr. OF "lIlIjll"lratIlJn'ork will meet I be sent here to collect the blood J P MrN'eil: -
Children'Committee and having INTEREST manager of the vivors include her husband Junction sou", '
Tuesday Roy
Jan 22 if
The county nurses told of thegreat them attend the meeting .it th. ('om- enough donors are obtained itwas Jacksonville agency office, on the1 i' alvin Barker; two 301 SUit ,. .r' .... /'(. r"ir
need of care for underprivileged I regular S. Spt Hora.e Overstieet immitv Center in Brooker, for it I explained. Those who wish "basis of, outstanding daughters been ,
y- Hq all-day production I Shirley Evelyn and Peggy Ruth engdg-: i : ; t.i ,. _
and asked foicooperaton I"\ Hq. 6th Air Base Gp APO meeting to pledge blood may do b and certain'mdv .
children I I so \ f'l'quiremt.'nbNew and a son, William He u-a.i '
Mrs ,
Lex Calvin a > Wuol
Green The V
program:: chair 6 5. order of the Jr. alt!
i rate P.M. New York. X Y program will be calling Mrs. L. O Hazn
such care ,
: in getting : I of Waldo I
man stated that louis Executive ; four brothers Vernon I, an' a [MAiner -- rleWitt -
Mrs. F.d- Knight Pfc. Shirley J.'. Judd. meeting 9:30-11:00: : am j Albert L. .-
for emergency cases. i newly appointed Juvenile 3761-t I Council I Crosby J announcedbllln.i I Chevrolet L. ster. A very and Truby Slade anj. fMeadi t I :
I rounS':: meeting 11 :00-12: noorCovered t hat I j 1 I
ward Burns was appointed tc Sqdn. Barracks 64S. Sheppard donors are needed for all of Hampton. V '
selor and vi >
was Will mx sisters
unable to be present AFB. Wichita dish lunch 12::001OC III I B ( :: I I Be Displayed
Fall 'rn..by
this Texas. Mrs
work with the nurses on com but in chaIrman of thich.4 Elvie Riddon and Mrs Jegsu lVI/I
talking with him he had Program 1:00-2 C / ;; fthur "
mittee. %v. H. Hayes. X-Ray U : or 2:3,1': S Board who I" Here Tomorrow Mae Cooper. CI
told Dept. seriously Hampton. Mm .
her that one of the The will Eve 3t-1.-I i I >rj. I
program be
j i
It was pointed oat at this timethat needs in his work i$ a greatest l'tention'h.mt' S. Army Hospital. Ft Campbell Conditioning the on Light 'III i in A.i.'I'M! [ : Genera!' H .spital! Ale[ Palatka. Mrs Martha Hen N. Y JotirI!, .' i.f -
in Home
I Guest
? A
Ky.i brilliant
many undernourished children for juvenile offenders. 'i on the array smart. new dry. Jacksonville. Mrt; Ella Mae and Gra!"t M I I Ion ('i.
Mrs program will incl'iii.Mis l
have applied for free lunches Green. Mrs E K Perryman and p A. C. Kirkland. change from Ahce Jones from the FloridPower Road Conference i a richness in passenger Sheppert, Ft LaudtTdale. ant .. daURht..1 r !: I na \'.

but because of a shortage of fund> Irs.Y.. R. Morse ; Lawtey to Raiford. and In I compartmentnever before Mrs Myrfio Wallace who lives in L'.ttg Isla. rot : .
Light Co.
wereappointed j, Mrs. ManDally ,: TallahasseeSeveral i achieved! 1 in the California
were unable to secure them. A to RO before the county commissioners : SFC Rodney P. Hafl. 15th (Co : from Clay Electric Coopers low-priced field. an ( hiM Le,. ';, k fin "'

committee was: appointed to chrck to discuss ways and mean? 2nd Bn, 1st S. T. R.. Ft. Benmng tive. and Ray Pettis of the Agri i "'''mber!; of the Boardof easier reponsdwill ride and be a readier power n.-a, \ i .

on the number who need free G a 'i i cultural Extension County experiencd! i in: Carantzas RitesIn t I' J"f:," :'",
of Service i in Commissioners
obtaining such a home. : ,' County the 1952 Chevrolet
lunches and are not receiving 1 i j Mrs. John B. McKa 1319!I Gainesville i Attorney. V which goes on 7:30 pm... i
; I Knight. Clerk f JacksonvilleBill
Airs, Jack Trawick i c) display Saturday. Jan. 19. at 1I's
them church and civic and Harmon'
so that Wyoming Ave. Washington 9 D Club members the Court A. J. Thomas were heldChurch 'n :" r : / I' ,
and Senator Torode
and other interested persons Morgan: were asked to C interested ; Chevrolet Co. and dealer?4 M'r .
groups 'I work with i : Charley E. d"' : II11
!!j persons are invited to come and Johns. and Rtp Doyle throughout the Nation. Carantza, 69 former owner '
could be asked to contribute I | o <:\\ock 1,1, -
I the program chairman ; I I I I bring a covered dish. i E. Conner were in Tallahassee I and operator of Angelo's Grill im i S r If'
to this fund A motion was passed ; In eye-appeal the new Chevrolet Lake Cenet'CARD "
Recent Thursday Marke died
: Births where they conferre Friday Jan. 11, at !
to ask the school board to make Ij : : presents a balanced beauty of''
Bank with the State his home in
j Holiday : I! Recent 1 Road Department Jacksonville following.
it children Birth ; design A
the new
for radiator
a requirement on tht grille, oJ.< THANK-
Sgt and Mr Roger Mathevv- : secondary road program; j a brief illnessHe

to be given! a physical check-up a 1! The Florida Bank at Stark wili of Colorado Springs. Colo announce I Mr and Mrs L. C. !I I for Bradford ountyI fresh ornamentation, and bright wail a native of Turkey and, : I winli tit. ,
Edwards of i metalwork "Xf'fCII: ,1.
of I I I my
part the eligibility for free I i impart a lower" ,
lunches since of the parents: not be open for business on Saturday j i; the birth of a son, Roger Jacksonville announce the birth of I(I While in Tallahassee the Commissioners appearance. longerI( had resided in Jacksonville for 25: preaation f.r 'f r r., utifu1es -

many Jan.: 19. Robert E. Lee's I Mathews. Jr. on Jan. 11. Sgt. a daughter on Jan. 12 in also conferred with thE :i : years with the exception of tht i
of these children will not avail : birthday u S t : The Torode act ,,' ,
i I Mathews and familare formerresidents Luke's State Improvement Chevrolet Co. invites time spent in Starke ri ir i l' ah
themselves of the' t'r\'ict's of the I a legal holiday: in the Stat hospital Jacksonville. Commission I the .
public In expression- .
of i toseetl'.ane Funeral
Starke and w
he is stationed \[rs. Edwards is the services were hid I ir.e hy
Public Health Clinic in order tc: of Florida former Rose concerning a propoEed Federal- I II ,
: models
in their
at Camp Carson, Colo. Sweat of Jacksonville. aid I showroom Saturday the Divine Greek Orthod .x Churl r TV re, ''f',';
hospital for
I Bradford Count:
y.1 in Jacksonville with interment mi Graham
I I Eve-green ""Vnetf-ry


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i more came forward Sunday night: NOTICE TO PPEUl | _nuiv.. JAMn\ It, i'tagainst ;
I .
In Circuit < llIt \\.11!! hefik.na- '
County Telegraph for baptisim. This is Rev. Karnes' Florida : In lourt(...an..r Bradford,.. lountr., ,rd liv r.1This i In Circuit OTln' : 10i'rr\n I I. -4 I

J W. n"tice5hall be ( .ipij. llrndf r,| County y': .n the above named I'- lIken .
first church in Florida published ,
nf- >
to be pastor Jordan Plaintiff!! v-. Lai: 1 Lne. I'nce .l"rldai In thancrrr. i Court and ,1 -,-1 i 1\ !
o This
each week cause and
for four
I' Jordan ('on't'lItivewt'eks \ ietccr you are notiCe! 1 h- ',' ,
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L, MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR of. He is very proud of his work: in the Bradford County Telegraph thy !: K<.wal-ki I Plaintiff. xpn-._ quired to serve a copy of )your re-I once each .h.l>r f ,'ti. p _- !
ra.e X., Kowal-Ki .n "
5ti) Defendant swer or \ !
and :Xolirr pleading to the tire veek3 i" .
so are we. Keep the good I II To Appear. I ( B""I .
To. Pated lln- 24th dix.' ..f Pe. > Case No. Sxt : mi th e Pliintifr-t -h i
Second nib.!
Entered Earline ,
ktibllah Every and as p I.I..rd.tn.'h" ,, r .t..I To At'1rnl'7 I'c
rruwyrflZJfc.. work up. Bro. Karnes, we are al! redence -I. 1951! tppear. 1'I c I
is : 422: North To: p. n.thx .1.
L1as: Matter at the Post 7 t rip .
\x .
M i I. I. M, .' ," : .. ,
Clerk ) .
of the Si'k (OFFICIAL ,
Circuit Mi I 'c ,
You l .
are hereby notified that Court. 11 X.y.., )I. F\T A T j
Mis. Helen! a By Myrtle T. Deaver Toriire .' h ,C < '
Crosby and Mary suit for Pi\or. has been filed I Deputy Clerk h.-'v. n-nlf'.> 1 \ i' .. J : c. I
agai net 12: :JS! 4t 1 ivoiiri suit for liv : .. .
yoU in the above I
Member I1& 1952 Alyce Crosby were visiting Helen"? "ourt and : named is f'i i \ I
cau-e and II
folks, the Lloyd Barrys, in Brook .d t., seixe a cop of yoji your are answer requir > : 10 \ppn\u -- -
Court, llrn.lfor.l
pleading to the
er Sunday. complaint on L
the Plaintiffs In Chancery.Ce. .

Sub8rrlption' $%.75 Annually $1.50 For Six Month. Mrs. Iris Crosby and Wanda Knight. Starke Attorne!Florida and HolliV:! filethe F .-Kekei.ill:i F. Kek.i II..r"II'I.i Pluntiff, x- .J.I

CI'O.by'l're Sunday afternoon Clerk original of the Circuit in the Court office on,.f or t tie-h.- Case Ntttee .. 'MID-WINTER FOOD 'I
fore the \ Tt. V |>l>enr. I !
guests of Mr. and Mrs Lee Bral- 6th the o1aof Febriuix I p: ijotherwise :! T. Juhn F KL.'r wit.-.. r-

COLUMN tier in Lake Butler. allegation- s4id I d.'in.e I i- : lt;:; lire: ..n Point
'oniplaint '
I I be taken a- ,,n{, ,. It .. '
II ed by r.' kIy'n. N'exv Y"rk.
I Saw Uncle John and Aunt Sally This you.notice shall he Y"I.11"i heiebv' not,if!i..d tiLl! ,i -'j.i I Now In
I published I fur Dix'or.'e has been Progress In All! Our Stores
| of Johnstown visiting Mr. and I oncf' each week for four consecutlv! agi.ntou ;

By Sara IconaldWoman' Miss Deutsh was interned by II i!E rs.V.. R. Haislop and the C. C I' weeks\ in the Bradford County Telegraph and> cause in the and above you are named required Court to

the Japanese in Canton South Crosbys Monday night. j I Pated this :Slst: da.f. r>->.'ember. serve a copy of your atifwer or

I t\l.:; pleading to the complaint on the '.
Meets ,
nub "
China, for two years. Eight Beverly Jo Ciosby was the guestof 'I i OFFICI\L EAL> A J Thomas Plaintiff" .\!t..rll'.Y. Xa. h 11 ,> ," ///1/// ,

The Keystone Heights Woman's months of this time was s spent in I Miss Frances Caldwell Clerk of the Circuit Court Douglas. 5":i Lv nch Rldg. Ja k-..nville. ,' '
last t at : fly Myrtle T. Deaxer P-putv Clerk. Florida and file the original. ,\
Club held its regular meeting a concentration camp j I Farm Thursday. I 1 > in I the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
4 It 1 ;;
Tuesday, Jan. 8. in the club house The public is cordially invited I Court on or before tl).' -'"Mi .il i.ix
of January I"j2; ; "tht-rwi-4' th ci.!
After the busine0s meeting, asocial to come and hear this speaker who i In Circuit MITICI Court: in. U'IM\H ]legations :.( said Complaint. xx : .t'" !

hour was enjoyed with Mrs, will bring first hand information I NOIMI : or I"I'I'IIU'; in I'Io rIIpi In (.hanrery.F' llrndfurd. Ceiin.1<. taken cllllf.11 b>. you
m.;<.i" i i.;n 1.1/\ .. This notice shall be publi-li\ ) il
Birdie Ewing and Mrs. Don Pang the Orient. i IIIIIIIIMS \ \11: : r..iri n"I'I"1I.\ 1'1.1:11IIf1": x- .
about conditions in once each week for four .
;\1111' is .'.tl\at.., in: s.weeks
herein ll.:
giv.ii that lbid e -|ii. tti. 1 Iitf.ndintu ,
born as hostesses assisted by Miss s.'rmonnuIIUII.t'tl II' i-iKiied. 1I/JIIt'r i I the provision I'.t' \ii NX.-I: in the Bradford C..IIIHV' T. ,...

Donna i' of Chapter :24..:>',::: Lawof Florida: ,: N<.II.... T.. 'p"ar. j graph.
Fangborn. Rev. Fred D. Gant has announced iMUd; Th- .Nth! ; .
I I'
Ad.tof I I'MI: I Will letfl-ter with the1'L TClerk ,.: Salx ,itnie IV.rretti. h.. i .c.i "
will:I It I"-:;]
Tile next regular meeting will be special I .
that there a of the Cm nit Court in and residence ind :iddr.-- i- I'ikiioxxn,'
FriCI\L! I SE.\r.> A. J Tin be Jan. 22. at which time a Jan. 27 at for liradford I ""nIY. Slate of Florida j I Yon are herebv notified >nii
pros sermon on Sunday. J that a will be presented following: entitled "Is Stalin the upon. leteipt of f proof 01 puldiMUt: I for Pi\.r. and le-torilnui 0 rI fjp.v I ] :\I\ t i I.. n.-axer, Deputy CI.i li12.2s f
gram 7:30: p.m I rftlotl .f tins liotlte, the fictitious I I maiden| n tin me hibeen: filed, against' I I

the business JVI"--- Mrs. D. Wilj j Beast or Anti-Christ of Revelations name, (,f Conev Island Apartment* j JY" in the ab..xe mined 4t I I I' .

lis i will be pianist and Mrs. Anna I '" invited toi I under which I am engaged in l.uiM"1. 2 I rt and eaiie and x..n ire reed I NOIICI: 10 .UMMI.UIIn : _
The is
public I
ne-s at 1 HI h .
and Chun qnlr
'h St-.. Stark. to serve a copv of vour inswer rfri-uit I (' / -
Itrndfttnl .
James will a book review. to ; F lit. i or pleading .. I "u. ( ou nI"
present come and hear the answers 1 ... i I. the. < unnl.-iint I I ri.irl.ln In C hnucrr.r.lion .
Mrs S. E. Kennedy and Mrs. Har of international .I : .rK. H Vaniifx .wn.-r, I'. O |Ion the Plaintiff.tlllrn..., 1'. Frank I ild! .V 1':1C'rahll'''''. Piaintilf i t xlleta -
some questions | lt: '
:24t.-\ Qthtnl
ic Kt: indrnni. Itt Kuihts
I. $ {
tark.FIt. Starke. Florida
p .ind file 1
I.urnCiablue Ht..t1 lriet'-.
| pefendantCase ( Thru I
old Lloyd will be hostesses. i interest. Can Stalin be:! right? Who i I )at.tI tin- I llth I I thy o|' .Ja tit*.*p V the oriein.il In the off i,>.' IIr the No v.-,4 < I :.tl. 11 i.

Church Group Mt-el* he ? What role is he playing in I .\. P. IT;;:'. .it SMrke, Itiadford I Clerk of the Circuit Court nn1' be- \<>flce Inpprnr..

Women is I'oiinly, Fli.iid.i. furl' the 4th day of Februiu! '. I 1Ii! :2 : To Ret'a Hums Crabtre.., xxlmtresidence 152 Call St. Fla.
The Community Church I prophesy These and many others, I 11 4t .> I > othern i-e the allegations of iid i is' KI'II:;; Fulton tn..t. Starke

held their regular meeting on will be answered. : | ('omplalnt111 be taken icon- Penver. Colorado.
\nTln: or IN HN: 'imm fe",.ed bv you You are ht'r..lIn'ltifit',1 that a -int
Tuesday Jan. 8, instead ol Jan. 1. IVrMinal IleiiixMrs. in :(.i. ii.ic; ri("in'mis \\xii: This notice! shall f be published I for Pivorce and restmation of 1 1.1

Mrs. Haberstroh led the devotional I Pat Fraher and Miss ,! N'1o .. i l- herein git .." thai, the 'I once each week for four consecutix'e fendant's maiden name has been filed I. -
|iiiidersiKned. under the pi ox'iionsof i weeks In the Bradford County Tele- against vou in the above ii.in.i cC
and Mrs. Sara McDonald presented (Glayds Titus spent the weekend chapter :I'fl.'C.t! :! Laws ..f Florida i graph Court and ,au!'e and >'oii an' i.quired .

a review of two chapters in,I in Miami visiting friends and 1'elath.es. I .\1'1,. of 11I1.! will lejji-ter with thtl'l..rk > Pated this 2nd da)' ..1' jt nuary. to serxe a copx' of x.mi r .,HIsxver "ASTOR" Vac Pack
the book "We Americans : ( l of I h.t Ciri'mt 1 Court in ant i I i<>::.2: or pleading to the n.nipln-i I ( Limit 1 Can Please )

study for Hradford Countv', State.f Flonda. (OF FICI.tT, !':E.\U .\ .1 Thomas. on the Plaintiff's Attornev 7.ai li H

North and South'. Since the new Rev. and Mrs. Weld have goneto I I upon I i.-...-ipt j of proof of puhli- .\s Clerk of '--lid Courts Douglas. ;"iit.'i; Lx nch Building. .1." i, .
I'all..n..f tin- notice. > I Hv Myrtle T soimlle. Florida an1' fi'e' 'hi' ''i':.: i ial
ly formed circles are including asocial I t West Palm Beach and .. of th fi'lili".. Peaver Peputv Clerk in the off n'e of the Clerk ,,' I 1.
Key'v ni Colonial I Fli.n-t j inid.-i I I I 4 4t 1 ':2!r:; ,
hour and refreshments at t II Ii ith I I' Circuit Court on or befoie he :-s hd
West for a few weeks to visit ( 402: Nona inn t-nir.itfed in l.n-iit. -s at' I I 'ix' of Januarv. I9:>:2, othervxi" tt-
their meetings it was decided to St Starke. Kla NOIK: -io AI'PIVtII allegation- said Complaint '
tives.Miss t'v 4 'ill Ina S,hiiiitt o\\111'1' Staikrln! Circuit {'''lIrt. H rip it font (' nnt ,be. taken as confessed bx u c
> you COFFEE
omit these features from the :Kla .
Connie Knight has as 'I I'liirldflt In ( huntfry.x This notice fhall be publishedonce LB. CAN"O'SAGE" 77c

monthly general meetingCo'rt'tI a guest. her mother who will be .\.M.it.-d. tlu II. l'f.2;: at Staik. ;
I'.iadf.-td 1 Hos 1'i17.A'.ral.111'h.: ; ..11 .fendu t weeks in the Bradford County Tele j
Dish SUPI>er' I ..
] joined j later by her father both1'1 1] iInt V. Klond.i. CiNo >is; t : graph.

The Catholic Club held their reg planning to spend some time in i I II It .' I No tier Topprnr.. Pated this 20th ,1.1 of 1 p... 'n I I. I CI
ular meeting last Wednesday eve T Tto-e 1-117.-1'1,1;& lIii.'1i..I II I nil; I
Keystone. | 'MHK: 10PIMMIl i I\ ? *"-. resid-n.! ind :adili.-s I iI'n : (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas

ning following a covered dish sup Two new homes are going up on I In; Ciri-uft (Court llr.nl ford (Vunlr ,,''knloWII. Clerk of the Circuit Court

per. There Were 41 members pres Lake Shore Drive overlooking'' I'lorlilni. In (hnncrrj- ,i You are herebv n"tifu-.l. that t Py Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk I -- i
,< tI Ion r. Thompson. IMamiiff.s, 'I| suit for Divorce )li s h. en filed 12 -' I 1 l lonci I' -
Lake Geneva. The builder Mr. 'against you in the ah.nam..d
ent.The is | XmiHt.Parker TIi.itip-n.' I >.'f..nd- :' I
committee reported that t :ant Cawo | i Court and cause and I you are require : -ioppniu HalvesPEACHES "Astor" Ext.
Williams of Maryland who i is | \xS4' | Fcy. Patna
'..II.... 'I'll \ PP""r. I| Bi to serve n copy of youranswer In (ircult ( ''.srt. llrndfurd ('ullllh

the building fund now stands at building one for his own home and I I :, To' Vnnettf. I'aikti i. I' or pleading to theom- I'litrldn : In rhniirrrr.
Thonyison. 1: plaint| on the Plaintiff .\ Dorothy ; :Ma.-Keiiie. Plitntitf.
$600.43. i hose rt-uen| "r.I. J I v-
the other for a friend Mr. Davis i- isI : 1.11111111'1' C 1I V'.
p' : .. : .\.T Thomas) Ir Staike Flnri.H ,' .
""I'i i; Ial"lnI'xa"I.. : I I'
The stainless steel flat ware Both to i land I file the \I. 1..171.. .
original .
are newcomers Keystone i I j You arc hereby notified that a in the "ffie. r.f f"lItanl 1.-> "s'7 RICENo.
earned by th. club from the sale Mr. and Mrs. James A. McDon- !| 'lIlt for Pivoree has been filed the Circuit Court on or bt'fore the ..t. Tippear..

acrainst }'..II in the above th day of Fehruan Ii';:..' olh"rwl'p Maliolnileanibr :M.iilx.iZle. I ,ti, -
of varilla was displayed. The set aid and childrer of Jackson : named | | the VXho-e .
two | Court and cause and | nllegation- "s.ud ( ..,t I- r..i.l.-n.e i lLlttb L- .ii.l, -
consists of 128 pieces. Quired to you are re- .1 i Plaint will be tak'Ia- i..>nfes-ed I'Iifl'e Kdxvaid: I-land C.in.iiliYou .
Sara McDonald Their serve a of
young son copy your.xver si l" !
I 22 Can
Since the Woman's Club had decided I I' s or pleading to the complaint |bv ) ''11. are hereby notified that a Lb. Pkg.
ville, spent the weekend with Mrs, on th. plaintiffAttornex I This notice shall he publi-hed once.each suit for Pivori-e has been filedagainst 23C 3

not to hold tbe annual rum Timothy was christened on Sun I I IVn' 'vmaii. siaike. Florida and tK.I I, week for four ..on-ecntixe; fiI in the above nanud 29C
fil..1 I
mage sale this winter it was day morning in the Community I' :of tilt: .the"rI/illallll Circuit Die Court"ff..f. ( hi. Clerk i,I jrrjt week s in the Rridford ('."rnt). Te1ib ,,. Court to serve cause a copy and, you of your are answer required I ( !HIT -1))

agreed, that the Catholic Club Church by Dr. Fariar. :' 1 the t' llth dav ..f Kehruaiv on or before I'I: luted t tin2nd div. ..f .Iinnnrx.'. or pleading to the compliint' I $
1152! ; .
0' on Plaintiff'tt..nip.i )1'__
| :! Iw -, I is: n _
would take over this activity for Mrs. McDonald also had as her' I(i :Complaint othervxi.se the allegations of raid ,i foFKIt'l, .:,I': \1.1 .X .I Thoina*. T. E\'anl and Neal P F.xanli. ..'
this time. overnight guests her brother, D j f
The committee ( This you j.K' : "I'! I.. T l I''a \ I 1'.1"i 'i, t Cleik\ sonville.. Florida and ,u.:i -i i Fla. Crystals Factory Pack Pure Cane
notice shall -1
appointed U. he
Donaldson and his wife, for published! 1 I It 1 .'", I al in the oft..p of the Clerk "r il it.
this was Mrs. F. J. Allen Mrs ineily of Sinclairville N. Y !I| once weeks each week for four consecutive I'ir""it ('"" t on oi. loft. t ih. .I i ilix
They in the
: Bradford .
j County Telegraph < .f i.inn.u:x I'I:J .' I t'-, I
Everet Fox, Mrs. Robert Hutchms stopped over on their olin i: io \PPIIU: ., ..r ml .,
south : -: Compl nut !
way I'lall"l \\
and Mrs J. C. Gaboardi.It 'I''I'to I lMI.il. this 'till, dav "I. .I.I .nii.nx. In'. (Irrtiit funrl llrailfnril C.."n'y.c lal.: II .I- < ollfes-t.,1) |1.\ c I
their new home in Vero Beach L. ]l I"" t : lit.riula: In ('h.inrrrv.havid \1 ,
iit I ic I be \ 1
was announced that money Mrs Haberstroh entertained'i' I([OFFICIAL Sn\L) A J Thomas. ', Uohert Smith' Plmiiiff? \ once eiih \'ek shal four innweeks 1111.s. .

raised Clerk of the Circuit i; 10:1,1.Ial'i.I : .- Smith. I h..fnd.' II' \ m I the Bradford .
on the bed spreads to be last Court. ('II't\I 'I
Thursday with a small canas ]i r.y Myrtle T. Heaver Depntv Clerk < -.!-,. :>:" s ;': graph SUGAR

disposed of at the bazaar in I ta party. It' was one of the pio- : 1 11 It 2'i 1 \i.lirC To \ 1'1'111'1: I hittd ''In-t 21-t I d.Ialr t 1. 5LB.BAG45C

Starke by members would be returned I i To' Kl-ie ManSmith. xvli..s. lt-,1:
: -
gressive parties being given byi! rei -i.Io-'II'p i i-. : lil'.tl: Ka-t: Riinittl.olitr (Oiy.I "IT.. SE\L. .\ J. lit '
to Keystone for the building members of the Woman's club | NOIII, i: 'MI \i'i'ivit: i I, Ileai: h ft. C.ilifoini.i Clerk of the ('ir"lIil C

fund. Little Miss ,I 1 IB i ( ir<'nit .'pn'x, i iU :
Julie Walker en I I I'litrlthi In ( 'li.-iiK-rrf. suit f..r Plvoi.e
t j has bt, n filed% I 1 :' I I''OlIn
BaptistVMS Meeting tertained 15 of her friends on the 1 Flnia' :M.ux' lid..II'I l-. Piaintilf \.- against x'on in the above named

The Baptist WMS will sponsor I occasion. of l I'\I'in./I Itt hardl.feiidant; I Court and cause" and von are required : ii' ti'i'rtit

her fourth biithday : Case N". ssx'i to serve a P...uv'of your an- In ( ('f'ltt. b _
a foreign missions at the I I > ii l Iff To 'ltl'li IIrldfurl C''II. -- -
program : last Saturday. Jan. 12. at four i, Vin--ir. |[-w'er or pleadings to the complaint l'l.rlau I. f li.incrrr.Shu .

church on Sunday Jan.' 20. at I, o'clock. The guests T.'. ..MX in .I Kn'hard-, wh..1 i 1 "n' tin- Pltintiffttornev. Bach. II. h'x .\nn 'KH--I: 'ii ; '1.. 'i, .1 i' I
7:30 Deutsch played games :,,1li n-id. in e i i- : I "k nwn. l lioiiulas: :.II::; I.x'm'h 1ttiilIiiip..Ia'k-: 'l itei'-! : III'in x lu: > .:'I 1'0 t I ,
p.m. MI'j Helen ,| both- indoors and j Yon ar.h.re1tv notified .
out, inspected i.. that a'.IIit -onxille. Florida and file the I \ I
former missionary to China, will the gifts. and : for f.\.I.. .and tare i ii-lodv I! original in the office of the Clerk: Notice To \ip<-ir.

be guest speaker. I enjoyed refrej-h-1.1''filed""I iontr
merits. .iffiin-i. von in tli.' ahoxe named: tin 4th dav of Ftbru.uv\ 1"".:> .Ih'I'- it-suit i 'n. I i- 111 1 \", l li -i SWIFT'NINCSwift's

Court and cause and x-ou are requir- "i i ied I' t h.. illt tr.ition"f i I -aid "'..m- t 'h.1, 11,1.' \ I' ,

i and Mis Rahegh!, Waters of '' to serve a copy of yonril i I plaint 1 xx ill l I.., 1.1..n .1- i-..lIf..-'-..d hxj Vil .lie her..1v n.' ,If. ,1 'hi cc" i I
,-'answer: < or pleading to the com-,1, *'"' suit for Pi"or his b. fi':. :d l
e. plaint i iI on the Plaintiff's j Thi 1-c th,. al".1, :
i "Uornl".1 I n' '-hill be published I against \1 in ,
BROOKERyu !Mrs Hamp Coneily of Gaine I iKvan T Evnn and Neal P Evans. once ,'a" li xx ,'..l k fm,' I f..ipi < ..n-.'i ut ix-t' Court and m-e and vii '"r.- I. '1'1'' I
;i-Ir.|| tm T TXV' Kxrhange. Pnilding. I i ...k' in I ih.. Riadfoid,{ '"nn'1',1... ed tn cerve a copy of ''I I .ui- mror ,
> 1
,. le was .Ta"ksonvill. '
visitingher sister. Florida .
Mrs. and file Ihf'1 i jginph pleading t. the compliin' crc

:Mary :Mott recently original,' in the office of the Clerk ; 1 Pit.r tin- :\.t -I .1.\. ..f I .. ....nib..rIM'FFICIM. Plaintift, \tt"".. x- i i Th'l Shortening For Cakes Pastry and Frying !
of :
the (Circuit ( '
'ollrt on or before the I 1 llrnxx '. 2' Cli: 'in-- I '

WMS Business Meeting Mrs. Olgia Prevatt of Valdosta. : llth. tiny' ..( Kehriiarv. li".2! ; : ..11..1. SF: \ r.) .\ .I[ Timmsci. III*;. I lit I s-c''. \I..w. .' H'I'"l ,.1.i i,,0
The Baptist VMS G.is spending some time h wise the nlleffations of said \I..t i i f:: nf th.' Ciicuit Com'tRv tin 1 held ere
an ex- I plaint will he taken a s confessed by i :Mv'i.I T 11.t x.i, 11.'pin v Clerk| C 1 rk t .. i ,Hi.mt i '.1'in! i ifun <
ecutive and business meeting at with her brother and sister-in-law I, you. I 14 4t r:?" t tin. t IMh ,1,1"f F.I!," ..i ( on Purchase: ol s ) |hLB

the home of Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs S. M Mott. This notice shall he published once 1 ------ .lh'I\I", 'h. all..I.I'- S\\HT'MN( .

Eugene Crosby ; :'Ilrs.1.: I. Ogden I'al'h.ppk for four conseciitix-e I I Iweeks olin: in \pi-nm |1',1 Hill I XX I II I I .ik. II 3 CAN ,

Wednesday afternoon. Jan. 9, at of Pompano in the TVadford County TeleIn| ('mci.ii ('ii,,ri. It rail ford (" 'Qa", I .II 68cLimit Coupon

2 o'clock. I I I was the guest of Mr and Mrs L.g I r :* ,ph. I'l.iri.I.t: In (l.a....*ry.ITow.tid This nnliie shall i..' t'd.'I',' .' ,1
Oa",1 tin-I I li'lh d I.iv' of .I once I'ad.k fr ( cur ". .11 \ > '
mii.ii '
L. v. ElliIlilinnre. Plaintiff.
Parker last "
Mrs. Lloyd Dyal opened the executive week I11' .>... I xs Edna Klizabeth lliiiii'ir.Pc weeks in the Bradfo-d 4 c''ti n'\' T.I.gaph. '1.'- 1'
:\ and Mrs. R 'ttFFf'L\J. SHAD A. J. .
F. 1 Can
meeting with after' Gano had fendant Please
prayei I IweekenL Thorn"I p ce \o SSBTnil ;
Clerk I .., ,
as of the ( \t In I till-I, I 1IM I I' 'I.1- I \ I
which matters concerning differ- guests :Mr and Mrs. PyBeth Myrtle T. Peover Deputy Clerk 1 I tpiieart 15:..'
T" Kdna: Klixnbelh Hilimlrei -- ________
ent phases of the church work of St. Augustine and Mrand 1\1141 2 1 ',')dose re-idence j i11: Opt ti.'al I Street l (UFFICML E.\f .\ I 1'1. n':is. I It -
i Clerk I li illf > "III
were discussed and plans matte Mrs Orville Cano and son.! '-f'lH'\I.: : New Yolk Mxrtle T Peax.r i M.pi'x i 4''. 'K 1 1
: Bv 1 t
\oiin: 10 .\prrvu: Yon are h,'r.'bx' n..t tifi. .1 tint a sun ,
for the new jear. | Roy. of Gainesville. inMr Circuit ('t.iirt. Ilradfiird Conn If, i for Pixorcehi U. S. Comm. BEE F F F Swift's Premium SmokedHAMS

During the business session Mis. and Mrs S. M :Mott visited I'Io rbl., ; In <'luinrrrr.illadxs I been filtd( against \.11 in the .
i MIIICI: i nI'I'I mIn
; ah.nalll..d Court
ii.n ;.. x-. K-i.m I and l in-'- I..I
Earl Willis. secretary real le- H B. Crosby in Alachua County i''Ii.en.: 1 Jitf.nd.in.p .I. i vou air leijuired to I erxt. a ( opv ofivou C'irriiit Court IIr"lort ('iii.nl.vI.Iae

ports and the meeting1 was closed Hospital Saturday. I'.I,.' )0:.. tP, .:; I an-xver or pleadlne; to the compl.ilnt I In (.h.r.. i
> Lip I M nxin I'lj"I": Pi': i.1 1 .I I : SIRLOIN STEAK lb. 89c f S
\ ppenr. on the T'lailltif'"Hrnl"% "4 -
with : Ilirtlnlav. .. ,, I':. nh.. .I t' I ,
prayer by 'lInt1Ion Green Anniversary 1 JMr ..' .I'Mnii C Hi.:. eii. who-.. "..-III"n'e.) V.itli.i'i; :""dlt''ilzlhl'l't Patz :Til I \ .1 i c. i
Refreshments" \\ert- served during, : and Mrs. T. B EdwardI:ti 'i- 1 nkiioxx n Law I'xtliinge Ytit lId i tig. .T.KksiinMil. I I \ ""
Vou are Floridaand Nwllrr Toiprar.. 7" CUT RIB ROAST lb. 69c
the social celbrate their i herl'hnolifl"d that a .. : -
nour. 57th wedding anuiniveisary for fib, tht. To I : "nil
'I t I iHvoite has been filed I : oiielnil in fit .fft.- .. 1.1'-.1- .d''I
The WMS will meet at the Bap- on (he first Sunilty in (' :against xoii in the aboxe named I of tb.I'l.rk' of the Cm nit '.01111 on d n. l- 1 bui x : .
; You tti it ,
are a
list Church Wednesday afternoon'I Febniary. Dinner will be served Court and cause" and you are requir-| I or before the suit for Divorce hl'rl'hn.l.fl.,1 has been filedgalnt CHUCK ROAST, lb. 68c
ed ]
j to serve a opv of your ansvxeri ,4th day of Februarv III ,:;!: : Whole or Half lb.
Jan. 23, at 3 o'clock I mU the ground? at the New River I >r pleading to the complaint on the otherwise the allegations of -ai.t a you In the above named 55C
Plaintiff: Court and cause and vou are required
wlduignnmincitl t AMi.rnev. K K. IVrrxir'if. | will be taken aror I. PLATE STEW lb. 39c
Baptist Church in their ) j j'Eveiyone 'man Starke. Florida ind file the (*'eel bx x'oil. to serve a ripof your answer -

Mr. and Mrs. Toney Tetstone is cordially invited I original! in the offue. of the Clerk'; ': Thinotice shall I be published or pleading to the cnmplalton
to ;i ,.f the Circuit Court ; .. the Plaintiffs .\ Itornl' -. Evan
on or before the I fin. e "a'h1' for four oon-etntixe I
announce the marriage of their attend. i, llth day of Fehniarv IM52; : ; ..tht'r- w.\: I in th.. nrafl.r,11I11 V Teleriite.1 T. Evans and Xeal I P Evans, Jr ins i HAMBURGER 65c

daughter. Annie Mae, to Tommie fourth Hirthda.v! I wise the.. allegations of said Coin-i I Si'.,"h. Law Exchange Ruilding. Ja..k.n- BUTT END lb.
:, plaint will be taken ,. ville. Florida and file. the original : 49c
Jones on a i onfessedjj I till- :!! th tiny of Pecember" .
Saturday Jan. 12. ill Little Sharon Ann lIari [ bv you. 11 1 I In: the office of the Clerk r>f the Circuit ,

Lake Butler Tonimie is the son I daughter of Mr and :Mrs "!. D. This. notice nhall he published I < OFFICMT. PE\L> .X J Thomas. Court on ..r b..f..i. h. I t' 0 I Streak O'Lean
i tnce each week for four ..f F. "l'.2. .'h-} "
of Mr and Mrs R J. IJ i consecutive.jj Clerk of Hi. CiKint Court .I.I.'n \i ilegations I- -
Jones ,
also I arrett celebrate.! her fourth I *'* in the Bradford County Tf'le- Rv Myrtle T. Peax.r. Deputy (']10.11., of lid ('lloa1nl w'l 1 1,1

of Brooker birthday the home of rrap"i 14 4t 1 2" t aken as confessed bv xr.u
.\ ( VrmtHMi In her grant! i' T>.."..1 this tth dax i.f .liniiaix. ioinn This notice shall be ,,"hli-!hp" I HOCK END lb. 39C

J other. :Mrs Eva Harrell Sund I I11' | l:? \ or iNrr.NiioN 10 once each week for four consecnt f DRY SALT BACON

Last week it was stated that: :\ and Mrs harry Eddy of JOPFtCI\T. SR\I.) M. J. Thomas. 1C1a.n: l'I"lIlItll" tier: week in the Bradford Cnnntv T..u..
C'erk of I' I
Mr and Mis the Circuit Court I Not t't' Is b>-rehx g rnteh
Bill Miller of Jack- Wal.l. gixenth.it th' etc p. .
and Mr and Mrs Hubert < BMxrtte T Peaxer, Peputv Clerk : di signed iindt. tht- I ofChtlptrT !1..1 t I"h .1 I
honulle aniiouiufd the arrival of r Croft and family of Tennes-.ee l u 4t : i ; :J!iI.!'t".:', I..lWs of f Flolld.l .Vi ts ) .: End Cent.

a daughter 11.\\'wr. the new arv\ ere recent ,.i H41! will 1"f'lti"l..r.lIh the 1.1.k IOf'FI'JF.T..) A .1 T'i. m. ,,- 25C 19C CENTER SLICES lb. '
:i guests of Mrs Eva la Ilir ('pop lOt,. Judge's Court of( the CiMint Court in and fur (1"rk! the Circuit' (S' ; 98'"MARGOLD"
riVal is a bi'.inJ:, he has been'l I rdl.11' Of llra.ir.in 'ISradft.id Coun'x Py Myrtle T. Deaver Den"tv 'IH\
r Florida
<>inii>. l'rl.l. up| >n re.eipt ( iii'I I I ui-.. I ,,
lumped Kenneth Andrew Miller j :\ and :Mrs A M Thomas i\ IK. l I':-.t'. ,.f Kiuii.eth n.u, \ of pi .."r ,.r I.uhli'ai..n of tip t.
and .
i. ..- ,1"lIln i n"t" "'. th' f"" ci'ious nun' ..1! Pine/
We are soii > to report that H I'daughter Betty Anne of Brad&n. : 10 i iiinui: ) >iw Tree Inn timl. width I am >.nu: iied: "OTlrF TO \PPI- \ 1 '
B Crosbchurman All I I 'Ill I.pi'.ii. j. ( cart, Ilrn.lf.ini I...tint.rlianrrr .
of the Board ton Wt're'fekt'nd ;t.r..ns hixniK: ,.l.i! umr de- : .It tar" FL. i !;, !'p ,1.1
guests of Mr maudtK.unt th.. '.II. ..( Kli7a-t Kronenl.ig.: ..xx i|p.c i I' n I l'St.rke l\ 1 rl.1.1,; ". Colored! Quarters
ot Public Iiibtiuctiou. is confined and :Mrs Edgar Dukes and family 'I.eth Hale\ ii..i.., it.| ,pr! ,. : 1-'I..r'.1.! 'Cen;| tV M. 'r. ..ml1 1 c
1I herebv
to the Alachin: County Uo'.pitaltiainesvdle. I. i Kenneth not if ltd ind re.iun.d\ I to file t their' Pit.,1 Mi-, I'b .|I.s ..f Iiinurx'. |!:-rlh., II- In" "-Hi!.II! i iwtlrr '

-I Scarborough of Lake tlainis ti ii the "((I. .. nt the 'I'oiintx: : \ P 1 l".2. i- Slit' k. Ii .idf1
We wi-h him a speedy ; Iecovery. is teaching a "Young Peo-J"1 'Iti. ..f l"radr..nt t i."p 111FI"rid.l.. C.iitte. r'I..i' i d i. > Ta tppear.
; T. "l'.c H.1'
! ] in the i-ountv' "Court H 41 I.". \'A
Cla House
j Sunday evening '1.1. at i I e-ld-, .1 ild "
Mrs Dave Green Miss i PI.TI.JI! \\ it llIn ish' eaten! ----- .1", .
and Luj at 7 You are lipret \' I d '
at the 'm .nth- \OTirK or isir\Tio\:
p.m. Brooker Church Ofidii ti in the date of the TO .
edia Pinholster are still confined ; (Christ A I I'I' ;piibli,-atlon of tin- "..110... I HIfa..nu rH"lIlIOPi 'II: suit for .I'. \ .>rct i 1.. i-, '
cordial invitation is (OXI'n.l..l I th. or Xoti.-f i- againx II in th. < -
ii' U i 1,1 1.. ,'. hereby gixen that fb"undersigned .
then -onie .i" .
tti "id-I
homos. We a< i Coiir'
hope they will I use ,11 -
i to all >Il1s. ins: t" i I..w under the pr'ivi-ion-, i ., .,0 MargarineLb
i T. = .s'wer
soon be out again.A Thilinnirv <> of Chapf.r :O.t5! Ijwof Fl-rid. quir.l p a
:\ th. AP III .:! \ :a !' r p1. .nl I K ti. 'I .
Eva Hanell and daughter, .I'SIl'11 K 11.\t.RY. j .\it- of T 41 1. win reei-tir, with ti .
large crowd from here attended ." .. 1'e e ih. I 1.- \1' v
Yvonne returned a ft'days K\e iitor .if the I..a-T \Vj ll' '10 'k f th. Cir 'III'. Cnjr' in an.1f" :i- ,i-. .-" ." ." .1'
the funeral of Mi igc.from n, ..11'.1 (". 11. .
Harry "id Te.i.ni.-nt of K'izale in'x Frid! i up. T'cf .' ,, ., L r
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( .
) ennett. Saturday at Thomas Chattanoiua Tenn wh ei ir t. h Malex J ,'a-..d .re. ip f pr...' ..r nulli atr.n ..f ;'p i I..r.."
,tlw his! not 'P. the 'i, "f.q i, i'.iitu. .,'
; ih.'
Funeral spent "}: ii\- A :th r.Iatl'l' Ill 4e 1 : 1'i.I i. 'I l'I.
Home Gainesville M r. loiirnil! r.f Na "I'.p"1.,1'; : -1.un''r 1. I. '\i': LTh

Bennett was manager ot the China :ii, Ir..lt (..rt. lI..uU.rtl ('ooa'r. v* !hi..h t : i"[ $ovtdse lieat Hriha: 1-1 -- .
: In ('I."nHr7. !! t v I'"p.. -- .
Tung Oil Grove and J'ad lived I I.' M P I >."nibo-ki. ".He? .. ilnhini. F.1: cc n'"i '
t i'on. :
PIlit.tff. r 0 -
there for many years. He will be :' '', 'IOrdir :1"1,1,1\i '> I If-r.flhjIflt.: \ P. -.l .this Jot ,1"] 1., ,1.,r, i ..k 't.r r \jjenBROCCOLI Quick-F roien l li .

('.1... : '; 1 \ P 1"' ;? -> .! : ', ,". .I! '"T,; I n.., 1 :\hp B'-, I I'I ,
greatl) misled In oui community: BAYLESS HJ\V\/A Y 4. Of ruhliratioq \ ... \..tk.e Toppenr '' 'ntF',.. >! gri tb, pkg.! 19C CELERY 2 stalks 25''
Mrs N \ ; sSjr uf ,
O; Stokes returned last | | rM. To: 4' 2 I. ci I t : '.
r: ::1.,1 t P. nti.p..i I.. .. XXhn-e, > ., ,.- .,t. .

Thursdax trom Palatka where she BV :Mr- O. F frnhy .1" -.fl.'".,, t'll idil---! i j. s F C r; \micc TO .'i'rc. n I Ih jo'FFI\; FAL> A -'
spentseveral days 1 f' '" I -k I P! \.1'1 1 ': K'> i- H. T"' '*. ''r'1 C..wrt. llrn.lford .. of. .('ir... > '* I. re-h < I
visiting her 1 I i I r. p.irtp.: : .M ., i C .fT. |I f'l.rk the ; Duncan lime Irzen 4)ranit- rrn-n up
IF' p :U. s.ii, rierii1.li In Chanerrr. I By Myrtle T. Deader. P- i'- 'I'I'KI
n-m-law and daughter. Mi and RI'L \oid fIIt'.i!! j .' '. 1 r i'" .-i i c d!, (..! ni.i < "lin I.,>" .I. .. bchs.
:.:i::11'! ap Y..u ." '.. me Plaintiff \ .-r.I I
MrsDae r. ','1""" "d t.> .I. cans CARROTS 2 29C
Gamey. appear r.n' n..n k I.-Xlnr. I 1..r"'ta.l.H' JUICE 6 89C
pomtllwllt I.nll.lr\'
at Hi\le- H :-s! 1"-
i < : ; in the above ff .
n\'ay.. nair-i Ce roc .\.- :
Put Baxter spent the .1 I "" .' .,,1 :> '' S">6fi j .p..tIUI' T' .;.
weekend Sund3' u"- wht'r..in '.flN' To
mllrll'IC! and P amine Vppf.ir. j < ,
wing ro !
evening 1 t tiff: -e, k- divrte I i' 1',1' "-i if 1 r
in Jacksonville WIt 1 :Mr and :MrsJ :" attendame ) ..f and care custody I I T'- Vernon Jai k 1 t..- in"*. xv ho".. .-x 'r. ',.!.1th I r In I l.-' ". -

\\'. Lewt i was inn too great tve"I'v"1 I f'.. i ountx. minor cliiW. rad- re-id-n-e and address i I''nknown| T., \----.r agair i "tt'\ i'f :, .
and Mrs
Baxter cause: of sKnt's.- I thiorder! T-leCraph: shall poblish I Yon are hereby notified! that a 'il .0' ilerv en t .I. I t Ha New I mpORANGES

Out of town relatives ] 'u.." m next!; four weekly I is- suit fir Pivorce has been filed ".rr.., M,. x- if i- a 11.,1.c I I c. ICE'lE

H B. ViSiting Had a :ace visit with Rev and !j M'f-.: I"I ii> dand off', against you in the above named ', :. c I' I ''f".,- ', ii 5 lbs 23C
-nI ,
Crosby at the Alachua H i eal Court and .
s. Mrs A. G Karnes Monday after- j I '* vr1". ,'' F 'd! d.t, th.- l>e'llhef qii'red cause and you are re- I I -iS. ". : i vote ,HI-I i" :
) to .
pital. Gainesville were L. B. Crosby I ; 1. serve a copy of your a"- "-te- I
noon. He gave tu a good ," >rrcr: tr. : -w -ti"Tff to the complaint . I' 1.
of Green very r\T \.r > .r.< :
wro. Mr and Mrs. I H.E report on his church at FairbaaJvHev. \ i -. 1'h.1\/,I I i'v' __ T Kra"k 'I'II pts etern WinteaJ i
'J" I -
1 r>, Ir"'' '
s ,
II .
Blount 'f ,. .. F. I
of Tallahassnv ," Ix. and file j IIVM--: ; 3 49C
Mi $. Karnes r r1;: '1. : \ -g0159C

Carl Armstrong of Port $t. Joe dn8J: Sunday baptised afternoon four ar,en-: ": '",. ., -try oft on I!I 1 the-"r. !;I X\--- : .. APPLES 2 lbs. 29C

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showing ball and unusual!may skill eventually m battingthe outclass I I --,' -- _._- .-'. ',. ,, '- ..' -'_.'---', ,- -. :'-:.,-- .';: =.>._ ,_ --_ '': _,..._ : _, .-v.: ":".-1L.: : :',;

HAMPTON the boys. How about it I
boys. 'ould this rally happen ii;j:
By Mrs. M. C. SHeeneyUmnaifs I
here? i :
\Ve are having delicious! -- -
("..,mdl Organi/ed I pie for dessert When11"- Io in I R 1i'e. ?
Mrs J F Johnson entertained I son bakes a cherry "..bbltII is. j 0 :
ladies of the Christian Church at simply out of this w irks <
her home. on Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Perkinsisited Mide: < ,:
where an organizational meetingwas Heisey and family lat Saturday
held to form a Woman Conn- evening While tllI'l'h.i lookedat : l
til Ten members were enrolled the fine garden ',\ hl< hlrs: I i
and the third Thursday of each Her>oey and the hildren have
month was designated as the date grown It is leally a prize Mimer Winterj
of the meetings. Mrs. Lynn Hall''I and Mrs Heisey is going t.> 1I1I'II'j
was e'-'cUd President, and Mrs ish the lunchroom with .. _
I = JJIJ1iI.im ;i !! :: __
G. P. Wadsworth Secretary and the delightful "greensvhnn The -, .
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Treasurer. Monthly flower committees has to spare. I ---""
for church decoration were Rev. Dale Snyder. of the Chil I

assigned first regular to various meeting: members.will beheld dren's school Bible Wednesday Mission nt will this visit week our SALE .
The Sale Starts Friday Morning Jan. 18 *
in the home of Mrs. Hall on We hope that many 01 our children -
Thursday. Jan. 24, at 3 p.m. I will receive awaid I for their ,
Friends of Charles Ousley, Jr., Bible memory work.
of Perrine and formerly of the U. Our reading laboratory is tak-- No Lay-A-Ways No Refunds No Exchanges All Sal Final !
of F.. will be interested to hear ing shape rapidly under guid- : j j jthis
that he joined the Navy, and was ance of Mr. Parker. "Ui r i-dding LOOK L LOOK L !
sent last week to San Diego, Calif. consultant.
where he will be stationed for We regret that oil! ?",<<' ::1.< id
several months. "Butch' has I Mrs. Effie Bedenbauj1!:, .' r-all Stlve Money fit Annuel Event

been a it. ;uent visitor to Hampton 1 confined to the hospital What ROBBINS' has done :, the
and much success is wished i Mr. Kelly of the SI.I'< l 'pal"\ '
him in the Service I ment of Education in''jn' r t 'i 1 '.UI pt&J'" --I:: high cost of living{! We hav D E--

WaKieiiVadsvoith: left last new heating plant on, du i<,." rI:.. """ '-'---'" .......
week by plane, for Norfolk. Va week. He was well [p.;. i- d l AHh CLARED AR on inflation. We

where he boarded a ship in the I its efficiencyVt. \, 1 ,.rt.ura i \ All Ladies'AlHVoolALL have made the dollar worth .l-
Merchant Marine Service for Italy. been much warm this \' uu : and! a "+

Others recently leaving on Maritime appreciate the effoils 0' .;tir'" \I'; ... ( ales Jar aeain: with these am azl'Ir" Aies. \. ,
duty are Archie Eiland and of Public Instruct ti IK. : COAT 16.99 r1:
Don McMahone physically comfort.I .i' .) : Lick the high cost of livmqby I
Mr Mrs. W A. Sam, Jr. cold days. J .
and Dresses
0 S
.... ., taking advantage of these
I "Id. p per outstanding
and lttle ' weekend h nwith Mr.Kllen' ful geography: book A hi i 1 i WI' have .
Saxon after< bringing her. -back enjoyed very much. Then \\hat _ _ __.__ values. If you have ev r'v- ",

from a visit in Miami with them. do you suppose happen.'d" Mr I thing you need for this winto
Mr and Mrs C. L May, Miss Parker gave us a windi rful Maj-
Sylvia May and Miss LuciV Hall I which goes with the "igraphv I A1I1ES') 1.73: M\\ 5.95 99 BUY NOW for next winter wHile
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.. book and we hive had A v.underfill j 99
and Mrs E. S. Sibley in Theressa I time studying the folk !lure and I prices are within reach of all;

Schadeos legends We often woinl[ .'i '. hsc: S SKIRTS 199. .. .. .. ...
At the P. T. A., meeting -hich I many people are sit nm> t innThis I 'At -- ... ----- .--...."-.. < ---' "" --"'-''.'---'-'-" _'U't6 -?'.--"'.<-.-.--.,
was held Jan. 8 the first and sec- we do know that we have -nine delightful .9 5 _
ond grades won the party by having county officials t. work 2.98 and 3.98
the most parents and friends with us.The NOW I (,lIt 1 's IttDKOOM: ) I .roup I I. IDIKS''

present. eighth grade gave their Now i .99
teacher ". fruit and nut shower
Our new mUSIc uper'isJrIrs.. -
Don Parker has visited our school Thursday of last week. It surelywas SLIPPERS 1.49 SHors 149
appreciated.Many WOOLSWEATERS 'I
and we are happy that she is goingto
Corduroy, Taffeta and
be with us: for all of us like to new plants have been 7 95
sing. added to the aquarium in Miss! Gabardine now 4.99 __ __ __ __ _
Mrs. Riherd the public health Swanbom's room. It is lovely S E S
' New Year's ISrsolutioni:
nurse gave in our 8.95
5.99 One (Group; ulil's'OW
school last Friday. She was assisted Edwin Johns: Study books more now
by Mrs Hammond who is a and girls less LADIES' CORDUROYJACKETS '
member of the health committee Earlena Norman: Not to get 10.95 1.99 1 LOAFERS 2.99 .
in the P. T. A Most of the little caught chewing gum in !school 1.99 Now ng.JJ.95
children were very brave and some I Mary Johnson: Knock a home .
of them reported that they "didn'tcry run each time I go to bat 414 1.9,1; 1 ;

one bit this time". j i I Billy Horne: Quit being bashful ."- > .. \L.l t.S _" ... _.___ .
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We rejoice to know that our I and make love to every girl I Crepe -- - '" ---- -. .. ---.. .: ..-
two sick pupils, Martha Sue Brook- UP TO 9.93; A VLl E LADIES' 2JS!) NOW .
I see.John '
ins and little Harry Loper are now RushaPraitice: tapdancing Gabardine '
at their respective homes. The I three hours each day. ]; 1 (roup Cadres ( atalina I I. \IIILI ) $
ith and 6th grade girls visited Bill Johnson: Be true to the : ANDALS 1.99
Martha Sue at last same girl throughout the year Corduroy"i
noon Friday '
and carried her a box of candy Eddie Hardman: Not to build I SLIPS i 198
Our soft ball teams are getting t over three model l an planes a and Taffeta 3.98 & 4.98 Now 2.99

a lot of practice The girls are week .99 <: "-' ', -- -- 6.50 & 6.95 Now
Bal bara Matchett: :Not t. I calla SHOES ] .. t-- rr 3.99 15.00 YU I sees .99OW '
10until I am 16. \ .. _-l. 8 J. II i'; lor: \ ioi; miUhile.
RELIEF AT LAST Taiw- Taylor: Leain t.. i 1.11\)
+ 11'1- Nn\\ fink !{|u.Bggiiauiu.uj .'
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ih of circle. L VINES'
an a a :
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_FRII AY. J.\Xt'AKY IS. 11.! '!
I 11I Birthday Parties I Cone-Green TEL Class Met Uglow To Observe unknown partntTherefor*'. -aid --This-notice shall b* PU1I"' rt
unknown parent tugretber with allother once each week ,
Honor Folk I Coo" > t a
Young Miss Nellie Green ana t'lychCone With Mrs. BrownleeThe 94th BirthdayJohn no.n, pT-.1. o-d.i.d iii.rt-tt'd to .ipptar In in said this gra weeks b.nII.d. in the Bradford Cooun'T.. ,. .

of Brooker were united n ,-..iiimi, o' I.l t"i.. the lath da> of thi-, 1toh| ,1.
Archie Green celebrated his 12th
Jan TEL class of the Baptist t'plow will observe his 10'.10"1,11\ \ l" 1 1"-,-, othelWIse the t El?
j. birthday anniversary Tuesday marriage Saturday evening. home of Mrs. 84th : alii Kitionof -.ud p-nuon' will be (OFFICIAL SEAL)
church met in the birthday anniversary with A. J T!: 'trite,
5. The tuK.
was l, t. "f. -t-d
ceremony performs t-i Clerk
evening by having 12 neighborhoodfriends in Lake Butler by Judge Town H. L. Brownlee last Friday afternoon I open house during the afternoonof It .i- .furth.r ,,ad' r..1 that,. thi'n..lit. By lh'rl1f'T. Deater.of the Circuit pM01ICR ,!-> c. '',.rt.r;k
his home for l.
at an out P'ildi-hrd
with Mrs J. E Futch as Thursday Jan 24. at his home on. everywt
send.SherouseJenkins CO-j K f"1! f i+IIi i 1I 1 i oti-t i lit i\t- Meek
door wiener roast. hostess. There were 12 member on Lafayette St. Hostess on this in thf Mr.nlfd <'.iitit\ legraph, a -'
I Gladys Mooty I The youngsters enjoyed game and two visitors present.In occasion will be his daughter Mrs new +p,i|>. r..f nti.T.il' i ir<'ulatiimP'llilihd Ireull\ TO tlTI: til 1I. ,,
III r.i.ttifoid Count llradfuril
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Phone 35 i 1m the yard and roasted wieners the absence of the president C F. Ward All friends are invited id. PlorlUat In CbaBc.r>.
'and ate around the big fire. The hated at Si.uk.'. Florida this H'thda (;!"'nn.i nil-" Zerl 1'1. '
of the class. Mrs. R. to call the .
A. Thomas
l- ., I III '- 4 Mrs. C. A. Jenkins announcesthe i during afternoon.In \' ..f .l.uui.ii\? ,\ l II lt! :.!. Itu'hard Itlll X>il.\ | >. ,.
refreshment table
I improvised in Mrs H. L. It IFFlrl.11. SKXI.t -
Hough presided. The \ .1 Thoma- i i- \
the yard was centered with the: marriage of her daughter : The Circuit V.ur' tit Florida ''1. ik .-f i'ir..lilt "'"in t Not lee Tm tpprar.
Young Woman'sAuxiliary class instituted a prayer circle iiehlb Judlri.il Circuit In !, ,' To: lti<'haul Otto '
Youth Conservation Edna to Don Sherouse. son 01 I \ml IS \ rtlo T l I' i\.i 1> 'putt 10.'k Z. xreidenie \ '
white birthday cake. ', for the welfare of the country For ,llradford. (round. In bancrrv. I 1'1 H :: Churuho--. I II
Club Meets Mrs. L. J. Green was assisted in Mrs. Dorothy Sherouse of Ocala In r ; Adoption of Robert Kuirrfli I You are herein n titi.lfor : '
At I The .
hostesses ,
Topic I The wedding was an event of Nov j served delicious I c'oddm a minor.Trr MITICI: 'In 'I'PRU\ 1)ivorcr and I i ,toil\
for her son's her :
caring guests by refreshments the State Of Florida To hild habeen I I. ,1 "
during social IB Circuit Cnnrt. al-: i -
th was nanu-d moor'n.uural! the al>"\" nand c .
Youth Conservation daughter, Judy. hour. FUrlda In Clianrrrr- ui t mi
held its 3.l r.n1. \\ hi" and .
progran I Of the Presbyterian church flanadds'" I M- Fran! \Rn-tino' '.. you art t ,1".1| 1" "
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afternoons iJ.IIMI
of the d> MI > and u h. ral> i copy of ,
ont-. iuiikn unMIIK your or p'
of \eo-tni" I f.
th, at the home Linda Sale hostess at -id.intiVe .
meeting of monthly meeting Kay was Class Party Given KHKKKS the complaint .t -h. |'1.,
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January :NO ><>
at tStarke he Thursday j Class I \\ u appearin that I"rn'h H > ;irl.iKutldiiiR. ,,, I
Wednesdayof r Mrs James Bunch a matinee party Saturday afternoon Friendship Notice To tppearTo -
Woman's eH'1 i | Ja 1 K ,
i I At ', > 'j"r \ V, F
Home .I I.
last week In the club house. ning of last week. in celebration of her tenth Epperson To Meet Jan. 25 the'irt Eighth Judi.-ial 'ir- rune arid .iddi.--!I' \co-tino.I i- "CnkmwtiTon tthn.er..id.n. file the,oriK,"-,,'I 'Me oil
nit Iii and Fur Rradfor(1'aunty. clerk the iir i I' i 'wont
William Morse, president, Mrs. W. E. Dowling, president birthday anniversary r The 15 year old gills of the Bap. In ('halw'rwh..r..in Jhn'I..-vI'odilm !suit for are Piorre hereby has notified been that filed a fore the I'ti .I" \ t I Pel.i i ,
Mrs. meet. the business meet After the matinee Linda Kay and! : Members of the Friendship: and! his wife it.-rnlioe "theru- t'n, i ho. -
business over against vou the above
presided in
the I tist church had their named .
over Sunda itch .
n t.ddln; for Complaint "III)! '
presided made to paint her guests returned to her home I Claof the Presb terian Church' pray th" ad"pIton Court and cause! and you are required AMI
motion was carried to give ing. Plans were School class meeting Mondayevening ) of l.l.: it Eugene >\' \- 'uThi
ing. A Mrs, the Sunday school where they were served cake and I will meet for a luck th. -.iid :.. ..- J.:ug>-nhddin; i iIh. i- 1'1'1'a copy of your an- < -hall bt 1'.1|
the March of Dimes. and redecorate at the home of Miss Mary pot supper minor' In Id ..t unknown -\V'r1' pleading to the complaint .".1. h n > K f" foil'
to t nt-
$5 Farber was voted into the rooms. The group also 'drew punch. I 1 SI: e Epperson. Friday evening Jan. 25. at 7:3C: .Itid, th.it l'i.!. lIam, 1la'.f r.per.M.I., r" > on andrum.the Plaintiff's Ptarke' Attorney Florida T.and Frank file w t.h- in 'h. ':1'.11"\i \ '
Lloyd membt'rIrs.. names for their Secret Sister. Linda Kay's mother, Mrs Guy The o'clock at the home of Mrs. E. C. ind |I"'"! "'fl. adds -- ..t t '! ntiir.il .' the original in the nffke Of the graph ,
club as a new in''! president of the class, Misf ".11. nr- nf -.rid norm held ,- Hit.! ,i MI!i I rih d .1
was put Sale, assisted in / Hardin the Cl! rk of the Circuit! Court rn or be- '
responsible for Mrs. Guy Andrews was serving by at State Farm with iinKnou II I to Ito l" tIt. !1"-i
Pauline "" r-
is being Gay conducted the short ", f.- MI. i MI! ii.i\ ot r. I i.i t"u.>i\ I"! '37: : .. .
Morse in assorted card and j her Mrs. J. B. Mrs. J, G. Caldwell coho .r>- I I- I)"'-on or p.' .u'i (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A T "
of the club charge of the grandmother Sapp business as tess. nth r" fe the alleir.i'ion!! of !'aldj'oon'pl.i ,
members I meeting. The group State of riorid.i, Ih "I .f th.
scheduling for the auxiliary and Mrs. W. B. tundY. I It will be the first "n''i. t i, int. w l 11] |1,1' t.tkt: n aCt,n- _
Maffiiig the local Chamber of Com stationary sales voted to call their class "Faith" meeting I -- ''If"| n lily. \I" .'d i I 1. ml! I (, --f-d t \ 1 i.'iTT..TTTTTTT..TT Py Mjr.le: T. reaver Demm,

morce office during the absence of The following officers were in- I!: Enjoying the party were Brenda and discussed ordering class, Dins the new officers and all are urgedto : JTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTT _____

Raymond Howe, secretary, stalled tor the coming year: chairman Lewis. Mary Agnes Matthews During the social hour Miss Janice attend. V 7 T TTVTTYYYYYYYYYYTYYYVYYYYYT

Mrs. will be in charge of the Bradford Mrs Charles Shepherd; I Frances Landium Markleyanr. Dansby ;led group songs Miss ,I '.4

who C unty exhibit at the Statt I vice-chairman\ Mrs James Bunch; Johns, Betty Ann Simmons Clair Epperson served Cokes and cook W.O.W. Notice i I i .. A & p'S V VALUES ARE( oi

Fair. secretary. Mrs. Robert Paterson; i,I i Jean Mundy, Mary Rivers Stub- ies. .

the musical half of theprogr.un treasurer. :Miss Evelyn Stump; bins Kay Hart. Harriet Powell an* Present at the meeting were The Supreme Forest, Woodman.' I
During chairman Miss Louise: i i Theresa Coleson. Circle will hold their regular me-ting ,
Mrs. E. K. Perryman flower Pauline Gay, Martha Landrum.
her guest, Mrs. R. A. Stern; publicity chairman. Mrs. I Janice Dansby, Joanna Lee, Mar- i in the WOW hall Tuesday '
presented chair Lu Green entertained at a evening at 7:30: o'clock All hard
Muhlhofer; program members I
Edwards the Suwannee of Gainesville District, presidentof of Flo man Walhe Mrs. W. T. Jackson. I wiener celebration roast of Saturday her 12th evening birthday in cia Hazen and Mary Sue Epperson. are urged to attend I to beat

rida Federation of Music Clubs. After the meeting refreshmentswere I I anniversaryThe! party was heU' The auditor's report will be given ,
the lovely solo, served the hostess. at this time and also drill lean
Mrs. Edwards sang by I in the yard of the Lex Green home Business Circle ,
"Jeannie With the Light Brown '! OnJ.. Walnut street. practice will be held. : (Prices In this ad l'fh"I'? !throw gat-: :

Hair" by Stephen Fo ter. The Starke BaptistVMU Delicious refreshments were Met Monday !I Refreshments will be !<..( wd by | urda. Jan. IOth. ......
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Down Grove members.
then sang "Way I
Wins High RatingThe served from a table set up in theI Tu! Business Women's I'ncle of,
the Suwannee River", led by ;
Upon I yard and wieners were roasted the Baptist church held its monthly .
Mrs Edwards. program and business meet over an open fne. Games were I meeting Monday evening in the 1 I! Ladies Auxiliary .. <
Mis$, Audrey Newman, program ing of the Baptist WMU was heldin i i i played during the evening and educational building with 21 members 1 IIIIII
chairman, had on her Youth Con the educational building Tues- ; prizes won by Jimmy Wt'ltIon,1 and one visitor pi esont. !'I The Ladies Auxiliary IIf th. I IIIIII IIIIII

, servation program, a panel dis- day afternoon with 62 members Mary Rivers Stubbins and John Mrs. Martha Futch\ opened the Presbyterian Church will meet / e a IIIIII
where each told of hie! I 'Tuesday evening at 7:30: n'cloik IIIIII
cussion present. The devotional was given Mack Newsome. After the refreshments meeting with prayer preceding a IIIIII
i Those I at the home of Mr- \\' j, ciiarxiler. <
work with young people. by M s, J. T. Lawson. ; and games the young shot business session It was announced .
appearing on the program were: The Doris Knight circle was in folks watched televi-ion. that the circle gave three 1 Hollis Knight, youth counselor for 1 : There will be election of office I II / <
I I charge of the 'program and used About 50 friends of Lu enjoyed Christmas baskets during the holi sand p. .4
the juvenile court; Don Parker, all who days. Collection was $17.55. i all members are urged to bt l lj the topic "Good News for the affair including; Suzanne and!
reading specialist and child pys- seek", led by Mrs. O. I* Linsin. I Montine Matzat of Jacksonvilleand Hostesses for the evening were i piesent. [):t'\1.

, chologist for the county schools; Those taking part were Mrs. J. E. Mary Lou Harris of Gaines Mrs Kate Shepherd. :Mrs.: L. F.
Mrs. Jessie 1., Young, teacher for Hardy Mrs E. Lawson. and Mrs. ville. Dinkins and Mrs H. H. Houston. | B.P.W. Meeting Customer.' 3 3h
I Large Stalk
exceptional children at BH9; Kenneth I

Casstls, BHS manuel art's M. H. Shepherd.Mrs. S. E. Sparks. WMU pres- Assisting Mrs. R. Mr J. *Matzat. Green of in Jackson-servingwas FOOl S\LK I I The Business and Proft'ssiona'oOlt'n's ,'' C* _.L1 Corner CELERY 1 Oc

instructor; and L. H. Gibson, assistant \\ club will hold its Jan
of the
ident, had charge ville.
principal at BHS. Mrs. Sparks announcedthat A food sale will be held by the uary meeting Monday evening at t We admit wr don't knou
meeting. 4
During the social hour following, the Starke Baptist WMU was Little Suzanne Judd, daughterof Methodist Church Saturday morning 7:30: o'clock in St. Edward'recreation C all the answers, IOX A SLICED 4

delicious refreshments were served one of the few Florida WMU's to Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Judd! celebrated Jan. 19 in front of the Slade hall. They say folks only }1c.;;rn 4p.

by the nine hostesses for the afternoon be A-l for the fourth consecutiveyear. I her sixth birthday anniversary -I Gas Co. I I by experience. Well N o. 2'12 Can

There are 700 \\' IU's in I Saturday at a theatre i and were given favors of baskets W.O.W. NoticeAn C Ail' has had plenty of cxPEACHES 29C ,

Florida and only 30 selected a< party. I of candy and bubble gum; installation lit'1It'\\' of fun r perinfe-over 0-5: years

Sadie Hawkins Al.The Preceding the matinee, the 1C I Mrs F Williams. a-te.l, for WOW Camp l-s: gill' br hk! it-but we're still learning .
Dance Is Success meeting was closed with ,( youngsters were treated to ni ', lire Judd in ...armg1'"i th lift "ii Thur-tlnv..fan 17 All men I Ih i WhilVre 'Unnp our I I. 1Rt. F:: S\\ LET 4
prayer by Mrs H. L Brownlee ;i cream and cake at the Judd home guests ,', ,IK UII.d to attend bb Lest to please 1 you, we fijjurtni.ube 4
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The comic strip characters of ---- I it isn't good enough 1 D 4
Lil Abner's "Dogpatch were much\ particularly,; if some ni') '' TANGERINES OZ. 19C 4 4

in evidence Saturday evening at "f our Customers has a guy/ 4

the USO when the Sophomore :.. thin or idea on horn -,\ 4 4
ONE DOLLAR SALE p.p. clo better and ,,. -, --- -- 4
class sponsored "Sadie Hawkins bb .MI; it }j. It \.l ,Ml 4
dance and costume party. Proceeds i.lttl'l' Sf-rvieo. FVrhapu! 4

from the dance which was a bb bb i ..IMs ' ',. ": on i.c I 4 4
definite tilll'cess.'fnt towards a' 3 BIG DAYS FRI. SAT. MON. bb \.. ca': : , : : Tw,t"i : : 4
at .
trip or party for the class to be DRESS ( "'11-11: :' '" r 111\ I..;- SALAD DRESSING 25C <4

held at the end: of the school year. Leila I S Jan. 18, 19 21 bb bb ." i 11 toCUSTOMER. 1lld, them! :no I'j" 4 4

Many attractions wore enjoyed SHOP Buy Now for Present and bb- ? /11' ; 4 4

lining the evening including ) Future Needs bb DELATIONSDEIT. Fit. ( 'RIFT \i I'i It< nun PciiPflD \1< K i
square dances called! by Harry
Green, Rooster Calling Contest b ,. .
bb A&P Food Stores r u .

won by Clayton Strickland and BUY ONE DRESS AT REGULAR PRICE -ADD 2 DRESSES! bb bb 420 Lexington A\..., 5. 4) <:III
apiece Agnes, Lawson the orange, who dance won a contest $$1.00SET bb bb Nettfork 17, >. 1. -4

won by Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Davisonin bb f ---- Same Applies To Blouses, Slips, Skirts, Sweaters, Gowns, Slacks, Etc. bb
which Mrs. Davison was crowned bb \ YBlWOIItUE.(; .\
the Orange Peel Queen and u. -4

crowned by the president of the I I bb b 47 large Doz. C .

class, Robert Manning, bb EGGS
and also contests in the sack race Any 2 Dresses : Any 2 Sweaters bb
and potatoe dance Any Slips bb Li"I IIIIII

The decorations in the USO
4.25 7.98 bb HOLE r\ I IROXEN ORANGE) ; 4C
lounge depicted a farm yard scene 8.95, 10.95, 12.95 I
with stack of hay in the centerof Cans
2.98,3.98,5.00 2 PC. Sets
melons the room, pumpkins and cornstalks, cantaloupes water-and 14.95, 16.95, 22.50 and 5.95 {4w9Ster I C JUICE 2 19C '

other farmyard attractions placedat and 24.95 I! i 3
points of interest A roaring I
fire in the huge fireplace lent a 2 for regular price I i C / Lbs. i

homey feeling to the scene C BANANAS 3 19CIII
( PLUS $1.00
The high school: and college set PLUS $1.00 PLUS $1.00Any

attending the affair were costumedin I I _
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fisherman, hunter detective and IT !!' I I.It. Ilf". ;
farmfolk attires with dungaree .

and bright shirts predominating. ,I I C FRESH PORK PICNICS' Lb. 29C

the C 4
Chaperoning affair were

Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mr and Mrs J 2 Blouses Any 2 Skirts I ,p. ;
H. DuPre. Mr. and Mrs U ODaxison I Any 2 Gowns : .4

and Miss Delia Rosen .
berg The refreshments and Snack ponRlIs'f AKS Lb. '

Bar DuPre were; decorating in charge chairman of Miss, Nancy were 5.00 5.95 5.95 & 8.95 3.98 & 5.95 i I .1 pp. 39C ,,

Jimmy Moncrief! and Robe Manning 7.98PLUS 4

: entertainment was in charge '' 'I f Sliced! Lb. 4 4
I Allgood Fancy
Of :iss Mary Ella Turner andMarion PLUS X1.00' BACON 43C 4 4

Harrington and publicity $1.00 $1.00Brassieres PLUS p 4 4

was handled by Miss! Mary SuEpperson. I __ 4


Methodist Men II I RK SAUSAGE & 29C 4 4 4

To Meet Monday I; I 1p. rii '
i Fl 4

(' S Partin. principal of tile i 2 Pr. Slacks Any 2 Hats or Bags ION: :\ SEI. r-RISIM, FLOUR .<<0If( 4 4 4

Bradford County High Scnta'1.I' 'I I t f Lbs. 30C 4 A Lbs. FfEE 4 4
will address the Methodist Men'sClub I 73C ; 4
All Nylon -- 2 For 5.00 5.95 8.95 j 4
of the first Methodist Church I .
5.95 & 8.95 I b- 4
of Starke at the organization'smonthly I' i iI --- 4

supper meeting on Mon I 1.95PLUS and up I Heg-ular BarSweetheart 4 4
I Super Suds I Ige. pkg. 29c
21 7 ,
day evening Jan at pm. i iI
t Soap 3 for 25c .
in the Methodist Ret nation Hall -
it was announced this week bv Art PLUS $1.00 I ,. Duz, Ige. pkg. 29c 3

Holhday, program chairman A. I $1.00 PLUS $1.00 Cracker Jack, 3 boxes 13c

D. Martin is chairman of the supper ,I I i b Blu-White Flakes, box 9c 3
committee11 members of ; I t 10 Oz. Pkjr. .

the Methodist It'n'" Feilowsnip I I Angelus Marshmallows 20c Gold Medal Flour, 5 Ibs. 55c 4 4
and visitors are couhally! invited .

I I t Hankies 9c 4
I 1 12 Oz. Pkg.Flaga Marcal 4

Party Honoring E B. Lima Beans 12c 4

t Regular BarPalmolive Waldorf Toilet Tissue, 25c 4 4

farewell party was given for 8.95 & 14.95 I I 17.90 & 18.95 All Wool and Rayons E Soap, 3 for 25cRegular 4 4
John Godwin by employees of the b- Eelbeck Grits, 5 Ibs. 48c 4
H. C. Wall Insurance Agency 4
: RarCashmere .
Wednesday night at 7 30 o'clockat Two for reg. price of oneTwo I for of 4
reg. one Bouquet 3 for 25c 4
Summer REDUCED > ,
Gene Johnson's place 4
Haven. I I t 3 Bars A & P FOOD STORE 4 4

John has been employed by tht PLUS $1.1 00 I I 4
Wall Agency for the past two PLUS $$1,00 1 I For CLEARANCE 1I 1 it I Octagon Toilet Soap 21c Tht' Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. 4 4

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years and eight\ months He baraccepted I \ 'bt
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a position with the SladE I : 1 Old Dutch Cleanser, can 12c 300 East Call St. 4

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[ Among those from here attends Hollis V. Knight was a business i I Mi and Mrs Delbert Crews and II Lt. and Mrs. Leverett Frances I I law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs :I Mrs. W. T Saxon of [i-',

the State Sheriffs Convention visitor in Jacksonville Monday I :Mr and Mrs Jimmy MiRae were I. of California have spent the past Ira Harris, over the weekend. Lauderdale visited her SUit"r1' -

,' in Daytona Beach Tuesday! were Mr and Mis G P. Dover and \"IitlngIn St. Petersburg and I, week visiting Mrs. Frances' parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson Bertha Pearce, on Monday
: 'Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. son George, Jr., of Hibbing.Minn :: j Tampa over the weekend. Mr and Mrs G E. Crews at .
l the WOW
I II Ilr. ani Mrs. Crowson's mother. Mrs. Attending dmni i imetting '
| Mr and Mrs. H. K. Tvus. Everett are pending several] weeks I :\ and Mrs A.V-. Redgraveireturned I. the State Farm and Mr and Mrs l I J. R Drennan of Columbia. S. Cattended in Lake City Tumevening ->:
McKinney Maxie Carter. Jr., with Mr and Mrs. F. F. Flume i home Sunday after threeweeks Delbert Crews, while enroute to '
I the Stephen Foster'I Were: Mr. and AIr1'.1: 1
I Robert Green. Steve Simmons Dr. and Mr and Mrs. R. A. Colson. ( visit with relatives mj Washington. D. C. Lt France Underhill and
I daughter r.li 1
I 1,1\
Pete Felos. George Kopelousoa, Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. Edwin j'! Petersburg.. and Delbert Crews spent Wednesday program at White ': Miss Carolyn Edward and! \'. !IMIj .

I Sen. Charley E. John Phil Vitsky. Green were in Gainesville last Maiden Form Bra,ieres at and Thursday of last week Springs Sunday j Underhill. ills< Carolyn et.-\\ ,i- ',
Rep. Doyle E. Conner Titus Olson, Friday. Stump's.Mr I visiting Mr. o'.
and :Mrs. John } Vtedilmir Hell at the Uri.le'Reginald Underhill, Mr and :' -
Mrs. R. B. Trask of Lakelandwas ly attended the Creek religious I Paul Miller, and Guy Andrews. | Mrs. A. F Saul-. Mrs.V.. M.Wimberly. : and Mrs Delbert Crews were Crews in font l't'llo.Ir. hlllllf| | >. {'.-)..tal. China and xilerware -I H. A Armstrong Lex Gre., -, .t..1'Mr !'

the guest of her mother, Mrs I festivals in Tarpon Springs and I 1'hinet Junior Pious and I'Lint Mrs. J. F. Hunt and I I dinner Kueets ::o.Yondaevenin' "!! of :\ and Mrs Vernon Silcox and \ in her Hiosen pattern. and Mrs :\hl'hat I Gilhun. ,

W. H. Perkins, and her sister, Mrs. Clearwater. er. at :Slstrunk's. Mrs L. D. Green !'pf'ntIor.day in i, Mr and Mrs Charlf's\1. Snyderin >on. David were visiting Mrs Sil- Gen Kflo'!! Live Oak and Miss

Earl B. Searing, during the holidays Miss Lee Freeman anti John I Drew Reddish of Starke was Jacksonville\ ( Jack"on'me.fr cox' grandfather J. H. Tatum. in t' Emll"l1'001' ., OKFH E !sri'PLIES t
Freeman of Bethpage, N. Y. were among the 36 University of Flor- Rat\ Chicks\ at SistmnU'v 1.I and Mrs. \\'. E. Dowlingand Deland Sunday. \ : tIlr."S"ll1t'1'1'i (>F M.I KINDS

Friends will be interested to holiday guests of Mrs. J. J. Moody. ida students and faculty memberswho J A. Gnann sold his 12 acre I family were in Palatka Sunday Mrs Kitty Andrews returned 'I *'eek"ii ;;:u. -t 1'I thi i m" h. tMlis XTHI

know that E. S. Matthews, who is Mrs. Moody returned to Bethpagewith enjoyed an ROTC cruise from farm in Theresa'> to Irving Rein- ;: visiting' Mr and Mrs Roy from Chicago 111.\ last week after : FinnKt: lI l\! MHOKl): c n. nU'iHI'll

a patient in Riverside Hospital them for a two weeks' visit. Tampa to Havana.Mr. herz of Dorchester Mas, recent- I!|; \fathl'wl''> spending two and a half months= )I

Jacksonville, is showing some im Friends will regret to learn that and Mrs. Merrill Edwards IThe E A. Strout ag'nchan- Mrs. E. K. Perryman left 1Ved-i I visiting her son-in-law anti i daughter. .

provement. Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mrs. Mae Fletcher is in danger of have had as their guests. Mr. and died the transaction. j I: nesday for Miami for a wel'k's'isit Mr and Mrs. Harold Shell- I
who has been staying in Jacksonville I having to have her foot amputatedas I Mrs. J T. Kinchen and daughterof :'I :Mr and Mrs. Wm. S. Colson of I j:. with her sister. :Mrs C. F. Sayles.Mr hamer. Mrs. Andrews is now making -

to be near her father for Ihe the result of a fall Dec 23. : Jacksonville\ over the weekend, I! Orange; Park were dinner guests! ;i : and Mrs. Jame Nelson Cail ; an indefinite lI with hi"!
week, returned to her home in She is now in Alachua General Howard of Mr \ | of Charlotte X. C. are spending
past and Mr and Mrs R C. of and Mrs D. K. Knight Sat- j sister in Miami.
j I two weeks at their home
Orlando yesterday Hospital.! Jacksonville on Sunday urday evening I:Ion! Simplicitynd :MiCall'Patterns \ *-
Lake The Cails will
For flowers and plants, \'I oro'l I STAR BRAND dress and "j Mrs Harold Mills and children Mr B. A Pope and children Dedicated To Community Service _
return at
|I to Charlotte Stump's.:;
Mar-Grow, Hj-Gro, Ilyponrx atIstnmk's. work shoes for men and boysat I were visiting relatives in Green Ben, Bob and Mary Lois, returned before lea'ingaround Moles: Are<< Better Than E\er
,, the first of March for Dr and Mrs E. T Kelk.t
Stump's.Mr. Cove Springs over the weekend. to their home in Norfolk. Va. ':'i --- -- -
:Mr. and Mrs. Gus Lainas recentWAIT and Mrs. Nelson Barker. Dr. H. H. Adams and Dr Pete I Monday after spending several ': France where they will study Mis- Georgetown. S C areMsitoi-! t'i- "ai .. Jan. IO! > OM \
;:sionarv week of Dr. and M B }{, .
I work for a year They will Mrs .t i iue AO Ian
and Mr. and Mrs R. Drummondof Felos. attended the Alathua County j i weeks with Mrs Pope's parents then 1)01 HI r FE \Tt Ht, _
'I i leave for Missionary work in long The two doctor spent :Monday -
Fullarton Canada, Mrs. John Medical meeting at the Country Jude and Mrs A. Z. Adkins. N. \\'. I. ..
Africa fishing on Loikloosa) o-: ---,
McDowall of Jacksonville, and Mr. Club in Gainesville Tuesday evening Mrs. John E. T avaris of Tarpon I Mrs :-a a ",
I |: John Sale of Valdosta Ga. Thursday the Herlongs and th".1
and Mrs Edward Charbonneau of 01 last week Springs i is spending a week with ''I --"ttDIl.
i I will spend the vi"itt'd11'. Mrs Sid ;
( weekend with her guests!: and IIP xHerlong '
St. Petersburg will be here for Mrs. Richard Fowler and MisH ,' her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. son and family.lr and Mrs Guys: in LeeaburgMrs \ .{
the birthday observance of John H Adams were in Jacksonvillelast )\ ;and Mrs A. A. F artsoms.Mrs. Sale. \
If you lour a run, hone or I'Igro I I Peggy!: Shaller and son Dim k
Jan. M. F. Hazen and Mrs Maxie r 1'
24. Friday. .
.'! grab a ho\rl and ..tartdla. I Uglow on I Feilili/er fur Flowers and I Field I ...
\ )lr. and Mrs. I n. E. Knight were Mr and Mrs Charlie Parker Carter were in Jacksonville 1 Oops at :xistnuik's. Ray Tilley. drove to :\ash\'lilo. : 7S
Call Florida Renderers Mrs.! Carolyn Redgrave and son i Monday I Tenn Thursday to visit relattve- ? 4S
recent visitors in Jacksonville | j I' 1: Mr and )lr". Arthur Richardson for f 1 ;
Mr. Mrs L. S. Mr. J. E. had several days.
Fret Prompt Krinoial ef Und, .Wayne. and and j and Mrs Hildebran df t 1r
Dr. and Mrs.1. B. Herlong had I Philadelphia Pa. spent the
Crippled or Worthlrm Lh ntu1.; >Hutto were \"i"itingthE' Tillman | as their guest Saturday (evening I Mr. and Mrs Junius Smith anMrs. .'! 'fWilDATS
i past week with Mrs i
as their dinner guests Tuesday Richardson's'sister. ,
jHutto family in Jacksonville\ Sunday Mrs. Hildrbran's uncle. J. Dean :. Martha Wood spent tht'"e..h.- jj \
Ph. Gainesville 3330 CollectStarke evening Mr. and \llS. L. A. Davis; | Mrs:: AV. Anderson. and BARClAV ,
1: Styer of Gastonia, N C. who was 'end at Daytona Beach visiting M I'I y \
er I Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and :\fr. Anders?n. while enroute to I -' .I.. 6c+ ORBETTlhatk'TAYLOR + '
| Holeproof Nylon Hose atStump's. enroute te.liami.. and Mrs. Nat Stembeig and Mi 'If'- .
132 Dr. and Mrs. K. T. Kelly of Georgetown IeYt'st.: The Andersons and : '
I I Rev. and MrL.. H. Kikel of and Mrs. Dick Cisne and daught. t ; !ti ADAMS '
S. C. i Richardsous visited St. ). _
Augustine ,1' _,. __
Mr and Mrs Jesse Xewsome, Lake Citwere overnight guests ; I of Champaign. Ill. <.
Sunday. !
'I' ---
I on. John and daughter Evelyn 'I Sunday of Mr and M I..s. J. R. Kite. Mrs i>,.sta Dyal. formerly employed I Mr and MIS: Eric :Muni t-stl. .p
spent Sunda in Ocala visiting Mr Mr. and Mrs Guy Andrews have Biaxton, (;a \" sit" d) then ion i
with Bradford \M))
EngineeringI -- -
I and Mis B K Newsome.Sir. as their guests this' week MrtI ; I
We Are To Announce is' now bookkeeper for H.it'- .
I ..
Happy and Mis. Morris Jackson i I Andrews' brother. William D. I Imam, 11IU.JAIJUR. ,11|- I ,tH t i l ti i "p.53' y
I Furniture CnMrs. .
and family of Jacksonville visited I Sanders of \V\iheville. Va and her :: '. i WfJ'J. _HU"5f1 '\o"tl "
WE CAN AGAIN OFFER I Mr: .laikson's mother Mrs Carl aunt, MrR. C. Graham of Pulas-- '; Delbert E. Crews nn.\.d 1 IIIthe PHONE 21S I
I home of her parentMi: amii lillNS
Jackson; over the weekend. : ki. Va. i Mrs. W. 0 Kngram: at the State' Ii 1. mThur... Fri. Jan. I. r.
: Mr and Mrs! W. A. Edwards and liuliv riiiUi at PROMPT SERVICE Farm the past t weekend :sin= e hi r mm ;
I daughter. Pam. of Palatka were Friends of R. V. Alvarez will husband was inducted into the I L t tA :
( Sunday guests of Mr and :Mrs W regret to hear he was taken to the PJ i itrfr iJ"ir
army on the 15th. The Hill Tillevs:
M. \Kdwaids.Mrs.: Glendale Hospital in Palatka have JACK WM. YOTION Production ? A
the dowstairs
On Superb Upholstery \\'. C. Hill of Ocala and : Monday where he will undergo!: apartment Produced by BEN HERSH Directed by I IJ
in the Flume home ,
formerly J MALCOLM ST Cc/JR Vngmil !:reen Play
Mrs. J. E Moran of Leesburg were treatments for at least a week. occnnied by the Crews. Mr- Don- I tj Michael L. Sir.mons and Roswell Rogers
visitors the first of the week of Senator S D. Clark of Monti. FLOWERSFOR
i nis Epps moved from the McKinney II'lu. "Flimers For Iailtlll" and starring
Complete Lines I Sheriff and Mrs. P. I D. Reddish and i cello was the weekend guest of J I WILLIAM NANCY
apartments into the
upstairs! New Serial "Don Darede\il"
\Ir. and Mrs. 1. S. Sapp. i( Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. John : Flume I, ALL OCCASIONSDISH I HOLDEN OLSON
apartment formerly occupied
Of Plastics and Fabrics I
Mr and Mrs Robert Finch of i, Mrs.V.. H Parks went to Jacksonville by the t WILLIAM DON
i Tilleys.
Sun.. Mon. Jan. 20. 21V&
I Jacksonville were Sunday guests Thursday for a week'svisit BENDIX'TAYLOR
lof Mr. and Mrs Cecil SewellMrs with her son-in-law) and) j Bill Blackburn who formerly i I
Call 239 For FREE ESTIMATE J. M. Edward spen! Friday daughter. Mr. and Mrs DaireronBla drove a local Sinclair Oil Co. truck i (i) I t JOHN FARROW
is now stationed aboard the U.S.S.
i and Saturday in Jacksonville.Cecil < k. Sh.111 also be present at
I I Ingersoll at the Charleston. S C. i 6\.Ui
,, Sewell entered St Joseph'shospital j the birthday elebration of hpr 1 Navy base.Leonard .
Ce in Tampa Thursday where : granddaughter Kitten Black who GARDENS ,IW01oto
he will be under observation for : will celebrate her fourth anniversary i C Rowe. John C. I "
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD ,, Snow. Johnny. E. Clark and Del- i POTTERY
I three weeks He was driven to the on the 20th. ; .,."
I i hospital by Patrolman and Mrs .\dllnlla'hlnt'1l: and Portable.' bert Crews left Tuesday; for induction REiv6
Pius I
JacksonvilleMi -
Quentin Fillmgim who visited T)IH"\\rltt'tI sold on time.-Bradford I .

Radio TV Upholstery Seat Covers I friends while in Tampa for the day County Telegraph. and :\11 s. Riley Wa.sdin and FLOWERS WIREDANYWIiERE Plus "SlnH-inaUiTv Itlues mil 1 "MJKSTK' MAESTRO"OPEN

:Mr and Mrs .T MVt: :cganof 1 Miss Emmalyne a thl'\\'s of daughter Linda wep in Jacks"w, Ijlti- Ilorlde\\'
307 "', CALL STREET visited Ih.1 B Her- Oi ala spt'nt the uetkemiith! her vill. :Mmiil.iattei'iindiMi
Jacksonville nts. :Mi and Mrs L 1* :Mm ,. Week Days Mon. Thru Fri. 1 :45 P.M.
i .... \ longs Sunday pai< : ;anal'.li: J I C; .St .IMMII am! I Nona St Starke :

gall taiuilv; ui !r. V' .i n. I' i iilli Iltl'kiftltl- Sat. and Sun. 12:45 P.M.
, i Joan :\Miller un illr Dresses,, \ :':'lInIl1l ;
sizes 9, (tn 1 M:) at Stuml)'s.
': Mr and :Mrs Lester -Clew nf <--

high Prlllg"I were visiting' :MIS t : .
J M I :Mm I'll. 11 Sunday. ALVAREZ'

STARLING'SGrocery Mi :'oimt Shuford of 1.:1".1: t. \. .
fwd! hi i 'n ,thei'!' Mr,:. lien: Hal: ;

I I. :' ; i r rtillc| last Thurs l I.I I.i\

\I. i odl: r. H. C. Ihiuglas ;1d!: .1i 58thFriday :
'!> II'' Hi tinker acre Sii'-.dn!

'. ": 'h.J E. HanhsI _

I I I. i ;in, i n vas: in ("nil.i!! n:
and Market Tuesd business.ia.p' Jan. 18 thru Saturday, Jan. 26 -- 8 DAYS ONLY !

( n,''t\ :\11'- John T.sjx.iiis: : nt

Tarplln:1'1' : ''is- and N,.w' YII! k We Have Only ONE SALE A YEAR, So BUY NOW and SAVE. CASH SALE ONLY
t K in sp n'v| and Thin ':-

Pure Black Each da\ n'1 '.1 isf 1 iek with then '':on-in- --

I PEPPER 121f2C I Ii law ,t in', diilighter. Or and :MrsA \\ ( ;J.U.KINKM: ) \\i E; I.OSKYou -

A KMt -im is-"

I I trnnl'S Garden J ami liilil Sf"11 at Si- All WORK SHOES 1Q % Off Gain Sweaters 50% Off

i COCA COLAS 6 bottle cart. plus dep. 19c vtsttcd Ronald his:An parentMr.litws of Jacksonville. an.111'i i \1.1.

Wesley| Andrews over.th(' weekend

Mrs E J Howling Jr. rctiiinulhonn i Special Semi-Work Pants 95c pr. Boots Chippawa Others 10% Off
\\fdnfsdav of last week from ,

MEAL SIb Plantation 33c ., Rvi'rsil) Hospital %\h Thi. had I

been' undi'i, treatment for sight

davMt' A (O .\ntlrt'u.1I"s: J \VHagas All Long-Sleeve '. I All/ Suits Reduced

Those Tender (cello) Picnics Ib. Mi Hannah Swindell and -

HAMS 37C I I. Mrs 1 I. K I Mikins, spent think- Sport ShirtsONE () I () On I.
l'he $10 Each
end i Si uait t with relatives) I ,,,, During Sale I.I
M end! Mrs Alton Dobbhad

as in st- I iiuiuld Kellyof Tampa THIRD OFF! 'Dress Shirts ("('.\SII' ONLY)

on Sat it dat and! :\11"" Call Dobbs _

EGGS Bradford Fresh Doz. 58c :.ot I 1.1< k, t C'ton t Sunday
County I I I M uo,,<: :M s )K. J. Dc"whng-, Sr. 5.95 Shirts Will Be 3.95 \ ahll'S up tll :+LI! :) All Sport Coats Reduced

at inti d the :Morrison Cafeteria Nis\\ ONLY
grand ip! > Ming, in Jacksonville Sunday 4.95 Shirts Will Be 3.30 $6.99 Each During Sale

SURF or SUPER SUDS' Large 27c Hope Heed and Annetta 4.50 Shirts Will Be 2.39 1. D (.CVSII ONLY: )

-1 Cotton Dresses at Stump's. Ml Kin I IN NTM .-\M)) 'i.tcnTi.OlIEI; .\
Mrs!' N B ROM'r returned home ,

| TOMATOES Regular' Size Can %C \VIIII.-H'\\\Vdnesdi\. !- hospital last where week timn she un-St. Save! Save! Save,! )) All Flannel Shirts $1.95

j2 de -\\'.-'" major operation and was'omuied Were ,I'riced; l"p, To :tl, :;

for ten day

Mi: and :Mr CV. CnKon! and

I idau weekend'hti-r in Kai Atlanta.' n, will Ga spend where thc 2,95 Sweat Shirts Now 1.95 1.95 Sweat Shirts Now I 1.45

CHEESE Round Lb. 53c
i tht\ will attend the birthday annivrsar --

grandfather\ parts lames of \Mrs\'. Cason Oolsnji wh"-. Some Florsheim Crosby Square & Carter Shoes GREATLY REDUCEDCOME

will! 012! vi arc old. Also .1th>
Tomatoes Fresh Firm Lb. 12'2cI
parr will! ii Mr Cason two
Children i I.\'e grandchildren and IN AND SEE THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE !

seven 'at-grandchildr -n The
I iColsonsil gr. II, met in Attain h\ Men's FLANNEL ROBES h Holanvrrow X. Wilson Bro. 6.95 Rayon PAJAMAS

Tender Smoked Pig Sides Lb. Mr1'ilsoi!. ttherIr" .I I le NH- Ties
1 BACON 39C 1 : L Ra'r!>'n. Ky. who '.s ::1I .-- Were 5.95 Now 2.89 \nd Their, now 1.19 Reduced to 3.95-extra fine

turn + 'h11! for am"'r'h's
119 Leather BELTS Hanes Winter Union Suits
M 'i MV: H Yaw annn Val. to $2.00 Now 59c I i $1 Ties NOW 79c ea. Were 2.95 Now 2.15

I up '/1..- .\tikend to Augusta
TaU Pet 3For 41c
G/i wh. :Mi Yawn will bf mpi -
\li 7 I-I Oz. & s O/ Hanes Shirts & Drawers
H-bomb Th.
iv.-i at tn plant OUR WORK "
Yawns hadd their horn,. "-1Y 1DUNGAREES Reduced NOW 1.35 Best Grade

BACON White End Pieces Lb. lOc Madison rtiito! Lawreni e Gibson hould Have Been :i.50: -- We Sold to 1.65 per pair
t KingsleyLakt
and tans for 2.95!) .\nd Nose HaeFurther All HUNTING CAPS

See>nu l'i paint-tnn' (yonr.elf raft the at oil Bulling painting Reduced Them To. 1.75 San. Work Shirts Regardless of Price, now

3 Lb. ton audio and lift Osceola/ Bag 2.45
I pair I
I RICE 35C I Attending the associatmnalVMl per
\ Rat1; at the Antioch Hap-

I pisi Chur.. TiK- .!ay w e'r R and Mn )L !I' Hames. Mr Garl!
Mathews Mr- T B. Hardina Mrs Size S-16

ICE CREAM Sally Southern Pints 19c I F D J W Shaw M'x.-e MI MrsV- John Ff-an B \;Mrs!exjander BOYS' OVERALLS STORE

I 1" \Ve-lev Andrtw.s :Mr3V Were 2.95 -- Now 1.65
\ r roran. Mrs S E Sparks EST.
Mrs A I Thoma Jr :Mrs H Best: .*. oz. irade;

CUT BEANS Frozen Pkg. 19c L Hough and Mrs F. B B.-ard : Li 1894

Mrs K r Bounds i':' Palatk, Cloth Hats Now 1.35 i,
J\vas visiting her sister :M'S E
Sparks WenO'-day'! .




"beggers"-He did and one weighed -) Quartet) It was such good sing- ,'J president Mr-. H. J, Kucera.: presided /::.: ", /.'

The Life And Times 3 1-2. Ibs. the other 4 1-2 Ibs ing that they had a request for a I over the meftmg Hostess,'? I II L I 'pflV'-,. / :>
She figured the two wee vegetables second number and Arlie (McRae) [I were Mrs. 1I.\r. Richaidr and I 'r / '
Of New River FolksBy I V Bcr
would make her and Floydone aid "We don't know but one so Mrs L. A. Shepherd and they i 1 y 1."

Jessie te Lazenby messprovided she cooked we'll have to sing it over". But served l sandwiches and cookie : ". :. .J, ",( /-:: ,
ON DISPLAY SATURDAY 9 '> ;;' 'y : ..
lots of potlicker in them. the master of ceremonies (Ior what with coffee I' E .:- /4'/ ,

Fernie and Ella Moody have for my three I know 111 well'l ever the "singing convention lead- Last Thursday Mrs J. G. Caldwell I h-, -S ,/ I f'\J"/-: 14.! : ,
moved back to their old home a ut I cook "much" potlicker, but I'm er is called) gave them some books Mrs J. L" Williams Mrs. LlA I -r, -- I,. t ...' liE,EtS :: '
left us all alone nearly on tht perfectly used to that anyway. tad they soon found another Shepherd and Aft". H. M .. \I' \........ 1.
S :.
highway. The river was too fat Russell Green took a load of qually beautiful song. | Richarde attended a seated lunch-I I I I \ '.;. .
to fi-hmg easil to Washington D. C for a Unto+ual ISirthday Dinner i: eon given in honor of Mrs. J. A L'I -
for Ella } greens t
away go -f ..
up here; back at her ole home sht neighbor. We're all watching his I Roan and Phyla Turner who Bouvier by her daughter, Mrs. Cecil t4t&,5y '0,,/ //7 /' \,'.. ..--- ... = /; t-,_I arvv ,- .
:McRae at her' home in Mcln- -
is much closerow!) folks guess patch- or "field" shall we say- are temporarily living in Lake 1 % / '# Ii 'II C

. why she moved offVe! miss he II when! he starts hauling we'll all '! Butler, were tht- honor guests atla tosh. I tF F I 1; 1 1i 1\-\ :
I Mrs W N. North and Mrs. Nel- f
so badly we almost wish a bit start visiting I surprise birthday dinner Sunday i ..- .
I lIe Beavers, together with Mr and Q5 .
ole cat fish would pull her in an : Fonnie Crews and Jon Lazenby| e.'enmg. They were invited over bll ..
I Mrs. C H N'asworthy of Starke,
make her have to swim, maybe I were in Live Oak on business sat- to the home of their con Kenneth"to ll .
1 attended the first annual observance ..
she'd move back over this way urday. see the new television" and 1 NEW I{ :
of Stephen Foster Memorial) \ .
where we feel she "natchly" be I George and Alvie Werre and when they entered the living room,
Day at White Springs Sunday. 1
longs. daughter. Kathie of Columbus which was rather dark, a crowd -" I
I I Sunday Mr and Mrs. W A
Mrs. Aubrey Welch and chil Ga. were visiting around Saturday. began singing "Happy Birthday". # ..
I Knight visited! Mr. and Mrs.
dren were In Plant City last week They say their place is for sale The lights soon brought in sight a fJ I'f.! I

Mana Wiggins stopped by one I j now They really like it up in I big dining table in the cornerpiled I(i George Little Hunter Melanie in Bradley Gainesville returned, 1 I r \
I Georgia and at present don't believe high with presents, bakedturkf.y
afternoon for me to go with het I Sunday from Jacksonville where'i
to get some "greens" from Mr. they'll move back hero !I' and the trimmings, and a : she had visited :Mr. .. .-. ..... --- --

Granger's garden. He had such a Mary L. and Seeber Doyle An- ,: birthday cake covered with | Reese Bradley for a .andlr"1, "-e (? r ."\ ..... ",,-.--

beautiful garden that it creats drews were home with their i candleAround the living room I Since Sunday Mrs A. r; ;;- : ..:.<- ' = ..
parents, Mr. and :Mrs. C. E. An- were all the Turner's childrenand ...: r1 '."
a lot of favorable comments : i .,
quite | Yongue of Fairfield and Mrs \\ Q ... ; f1t.t.
as well as ravenous appe drews recently. Mary L. is em- grandchildren, except Wilbur II Smith. of Martin 11a\ ,. : < ro-- I I'I t".t!,r..1 ( kt I.eit L-: '
titl' We went over the garden ployed in Jacksonville and SecberI who is still stationed at Camp I guests of Mi and Mrs .1 I ,t'; I'I, -, ---.. .- I ....
which has been recent I runs on Peggy K R from Wildwood Cook Calif This is the first timethey'd well. ''" ..
nipped by : '
I Accompanying m to the ,J_ .' ,'_ '
folds. and enjoyed seeing such I to Miami. I had a birthday dinner like :Farm and also sptn There was no church at Long this in 35 )years and it was a ?, '
luscious greens lie had 2 acres 1 I with Mr. and Mis Cildwell were ...
(if land and much of it is in greens Bridge Sunday or Monday nights joyous occasion Mrs. Turner's' I Bryan Smith, IIf> Martin and :MisW I I It:.,,' w ,

rutabagas, handover turnips I They all went to Lake Butler to : parents, the B-n Renfroes. were D. Grt'I'n11', r KiuoiI: 'an ': .,
;; the Trinity Bible Ch...rch. I II also there to help the '
(seed of which he brought from enjoy 'and' her so-i: IiniitlJ! and halee t
North Carolina this summer) cab- I Cottage Prayer Meeting i is held 1 I!i casion. It is believed that th Miss :Mart.it! : 1'.i: of F.!, -1 1 1.1 I S :l .5

bage, cu.bbage-collanls. mustard, each Saturday night in our com- ] Turners are the only marriedcouple Last "d"- k- riftI! and ::1L I: I'.

white turnips and radishes. He munity. It will be at Mrs Emily 1 I, in Bradford and Union ''II. Cox"t: I 'I' sand ,I '

gave us a mess of rutabaga Moody' Saturday night. Everyone :; Counties who have the same birth daui.it.-:!: \1' id M-!r l I. \

each Man: two and me three is welcome. :! date If there are others, they'd I Bradshe ,\ .> '.1 1 1 I'' iaMis

(there is a "swarm" of us to eat I Most every one has his land I like to know who they ar"e DuriL;,; :':., ; "" 1'T 1; I
turned Joe Lazenby spent the weekend 1 Van, ,; \'
around here. The tractors c tr I" ;
>>o I had to have moreM! I I"t. stopped at home ,
I 1I I are groaning and grinding from again Really gems nn Mrs .J h'!n'i i, 1:' :
at Uill) Hdn-cn'd filling station I to have every weekend off. "
I I early till ]late. Hope these tempting Mil. '' T \1' -
and asked him to weigh Mana's 2 springdays don't i Mrs: G. E. Crews of thSt ,.it. i :\r i : iy1rI

(I II I too ambitious i and get have everyone 'em- 'i Farm and daughter, Mrs,, I.-\'r. t t'

I i planting too soon for when those I'I'i Francis, were visiting Mrs Ki,"I.! Tit Rclu'i'e
II i'lying in-store Dowling recently. Mrs I lira r >... ', .{ 5 ,. .
I colds which come lrscry r r. '.. She -e O. !. 4 D -' '
I II later, could cause lots of frettin" I and her husband and thr I' c'hil \ (I.c' 'C1""O.C. .
I I II dren are from 0
I I I and sweatin. I II moving C'alllllllliit
I I j I The people, who bought the I Ii Francis will 666
continue to
inn: l 1110'1 1
I Carl i Wynn place at New River pilot (! i>C

1 1i t|I I from Fonnie Crews, have torn that I II j While in Gainesville last \\ .-.-K LIQUID OK TABirrS'UMI HOI MUCf 9ti o .
i ole big long house down and are .
end I
1I I was sorry to learn of Mt-
I building a nice little bungalow inI Zade Dubo'-e being hospitalizedShe ,. R4i1
the same location. It is going to almost had virus
I look nice theie. Too, the highwayis Mrs. Dubose pneumonia Let Us Thoroughly
is a sister of Russt-1!! :
being finished gradually and it Green.
We 1
understand that
all is going to add much "charac returned to her home in Gaines-sht Wash Your Clothes i Come. see the finest of all Chevrolets brilliantly operation and freedom (from vibration to ie'w-

: ter" to that spot of the "woods". ville Sunday. new for '52 in all these exciting ways: cost motoring..

I I I spent the weekend in Gainesville Here is a recipe which several I, 9 Pounds I Vivid New Royol-Tone Styling with Bodies New, smoother, softer ride for all passengers

,facky I I with Lubedia Jones. We at- people have asked for (after having For 40c! by Fisher that sei the standard for beauty.Radiant Alf these and many other advantages are \onrs

.: tended the big Sing at Forrest sampled it at my homei It in the '52 Chevrolets at lowest prices and v\ I'h

When horseshoe is (I Grove School Sunday and there I was too mtch'ritin to accommodate FREE Bleach If Desired 1 i ii New Exterior Colors .u.d"'t and outstanding economy ot operation. .lhc\. 're
wonderful of in its field.
enjoyed hearing our Pine Level each one so I promised i, most array colors the only fine cars pru ed so li>w. See them nms !' i
backed by an Accident I neighbors I quartet (the McRae them it would be in temple A\e. Stack :
our column Alluring New Interior Colors with two-tone
Policy in The Travelers! j I Coconut Crram ..i.. I' .,. ... upholstery and trim harmonizing with body Extra-Smooth POWER.!""h d

I Refinance Your Debts I (Originalby Mrs. J W. Norman ; 9We colors, in all DC Luxe sedan and coupe models. with New Automatic Choke gnes! finest no-shift ,111\,
Charley E. Johns With a :20-Vear-5; % Interest! Gainesville). I Will ing at lowest Gust (ICom m.lI.on of Po"ergmlcuu>-

Federal Land Bank 1 cup evaporated milk 3 -rI..I'1./l r-:. /11. New Centerpoise Power. engine is cushioned: matic Transmission and lush> p. Engine: option; n
AgencyPhone I separated. 1.4 cup sugar, 1-3 eggs teaspoon : I Dry Your Clothes II1VFlII r G tl c..tlIl6in rubber to bring amazing ncv smoothness of De I uxc modeh at extra ,o t.)

IS STAnK&. FLA. Farm Loan salt, 1 tablespoon
..... ... SEER : tablespoon cold water 1-2 teaspoon For 20cIn

..... I W. BRYAN vanilla, 1 cup freshly grated
coconut, 1-1 New ,Automat) Driers!
... .... t 622 N Main Street cup sugar. Combine
Gaini'svilli Florida milk egg yolks sugar salt, and! TOR

Representing Wt- THE TRAVELER Hartford rook Remove until from mixture the fire coats add a gelatin-.poon] ODE CHEVROLET C0

-" dissolved. Place in cold in refrigerator water, and UI':1 Miwill :- The Washeteria PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS

BUY Or ; E YEAR mixture' begins to set K..!,i iiftlv
l beaten
egg whites i, i 1'W" ::7
v- .,..
; >> x -.... .. -- -- ,
if'! sugar. Cover the bolt 'I
OI I.M i pie
8h11.ith half 'I!
BRAND NEW t6, 1 : Sprinkle with halt! '11, kI
'':nit and add the
n nuMard ; ""
1952r Cover with the < ..J ut i
an'1'! sprinkle with a 'tablf'sp', "

ELECTRIC PORTABLE should like to print a c /
aki recipe from a reader, Ph.

SEWING MACHINE Telegraph: and a very dear .Istl',
( in-law of mine. Mrs L. R Lazciib<

of Kannapolis, :\. C. If she will e

be So kind as to send us her <..>,

nut-layer cake recipe, I shall be
delighted to include
in ouolumn. >
<* No one ill our sp" !tnn, 0
Designed by l
( coconut cakes like thosegood
RutnandH'try Assoc. ole' Tar Heel cook \Vhit

I fresh coconuts are availahU ..t .. .
A 5Ui h
very reasonable pnit-
we an .enjoy some ,
COMPANION npr<- Ipth fr!
with them. c

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Ky Mrs. Bryan \\hit field 1926


--- t0 r1MIaN BridgeFlub: Meeting t Typical Home Electric I
tt------ \[,.a J C Wallace "lit .
services THEN .IS her BIGGEST
'h. State Farm Bridge ('Iub "' .
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mono Thursday after n".r: i -

week Joining the m(mb.,! '. 'tb1 help in
:, .
dessert course that prei :
rrlJ rE'ssion'fOrt' MrN; ,. .. c
I Beavers Mrs R. P. M. Land I ;: .
5 YEARGUARANTEE ( Typical Home Electricservices
:h'.L l"a.L
Mrs Milo 8ei ler, M I!> H \ '
FULL CASH PRICE Kuifra won the high ]ht '.'> lL f.11t;; no- > NOW!

vidual service tray ,I'd.I \' CL +t.u.r nie&t r. Ek ,

I Herbert Thoir.avon t ti h ,L,"I.A/I a... "/I' w....',illd' .6 ,::t. .. +.!..2, tttwmt It, 4. .'

card ,., 'n J.tit.
prize a tray o! this i Rif "1"

50 DIE CAST ALUMINUM ('oinniiinitv (lull }Inug ., ,4 ,4"; 3.G1<
FRAME Potted plant- and v.n:i T t. .., !(.,.. 'f (CIf1nUA- .
VALUE STAINLESS STEEL san'h\munj add d! bead.' ,. ti.ry n..: .. J j --. )
.f. ..v ..u.uu.v
69.50 MOVING PARTS ii.b' Rooms tut the MI.". .r', -1
Hi ->. meeting at tinl! ', :,_ p. "."- P Ub t

SIX DIFFERENT STITCH run last Tut'',!itt; i'1!!. pd"ua.: r" / d<' r'

NYLON IEARINGS furthermore, Reddy Kilowatt's average (fj-ale. f -:

FREE! BUTTONHOLER SEWS AT 5 DIFFERENT I \i t hourly \\age for helping with homework tctu.[ : irvh"'j-' "- .} VK

is just :about halt what it was when his -;: K 4 u 'i:

EASY Company started in business.But -'rl. t 1t'":r' \,\

I far from Redd\is 't f \,
TERMS ARRANGED ..:..al"A., "iJIJ": V.' \
hard at work, building new power plants! IJ..,' .'.)...'t..O".u 1 ci n.l.o. ..'tV '

I 1 I stringing new I.mes.so he can do more -r :.rlli. Y'

and more chores for more and more people M fbaafaa. luv _.;- : 'I

Write To-Day! in fast-growing Florida! C }4 ew J.
.. ... I
dA - r - @RK,
i offer the people "f Starke. \ JI)
i t v11tD 1tiMLel, ,St .f; t CJ.j a .
and \I dnl U- one cf the most e .
I ACME VACUUM STORES I t I 't; {t ML TLk-v'tL4 .

nnnlern and finest equipped I lt1 '

I 408V.. For yih St.' Jack>on> ille, Fla. I t tv .1'Yo4ld MIA' .
I welding shop anj-uhere.
I would like a free home demonstration of jour fully i: AU Work Guaranteed I n-r1;

I guaranteed Brand New Companion Machine at 21.50, I i I FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY .

at no obligation to me. SMITH'S GARAGEAND


Address -------------------------------------- I! Starke
| I r I TtD'Vle1'
City State_

I I If K.r.U.ddrevs 1'It'l-'e Send >jH'dfic Directions P.CT 1 i.
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\,. Missionaries To Speak In Baptist Churches At The TabernacleI I I'JXTECO.r.\L: CHURCH; HOLINESS a m and Training Union at 6.30 Stomach Gas Taxes

IN OUlt--- During Week Of Services Starting Sunday pm.
The Heart
B-3'nmrg, Sunday morning: Jan Sunday: School 10 a.m. Local Sews

....--... r- -' W __-__----_ _'- n II :?o. and continuing through Sunday : Morning Service 11 a.m. I Mr and Mrs. Eldon Sapp hadas An accumulation of gas: a
1 !, e\enmg. Jan. 27. a series oil i iI I Evening Service 7:30 p.m. I supper guests Thursday night stomach forms pressure I r .. ,

1i i I meetings will be held in the I Prayer Meetings Wednesday Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp of Starke the heart and results in :'<' ,
i Fundamental Gospel Tabernacle 7:45 Mr and Mrs. Carlton Chastain
night : p m. Saturday nigh ing, gassy catches, palpitan: i I
1 Wall 11-: I r I Ii I undpr the leadership of Dr John I 7'4.: p m and children of Hampton and Mr. shortness of breath. This "

tl Ii I MiXeill: evangelist Bible teacher 1 I and Mr;;. Felix
H Gorsira, PastorHEILBRONN: I I Sapp. Hon may frequently h"> n-i-' if.
Christian ChurchThe Church of Christ 1- i ti I and mlblcian. of Glasgow and i ''t Rev and Mrs. J. E. Ladd and for heart trouble. INNER-T\: :

Comer 10th and McMahon t tr Washington. D. C. The services boys! of Jacksonville were visiting is' helping such gas "\'Ictlh':

friendly church in the heartof Will begin each evening at 7,311S: 1 IT N, Xorman Sunday afternoon digesting their food fist't r *
town extends a welcome to all Bible School-10 A. M. ,. i I r ; and! special music will be rendered I I Mr and better. Taken before in.' 1-: -
A. M. and 7:30:: Ancel Norman
to worship with them at all their Preaching I f"n the English concertina and! Xornun and family works with your food C I is :> .,
I IU Marian were visiting her
P. M. 'i':; '; '",, h\ Bloat ,
services. Our Bible School beginsat p Dr. McNeil) I brother go vanishes' I INN !4
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study I and family Fred Johnson .
10 a.m. with C. W. Colson as each Wednesday 7:30 p, M. I t tI M -, P..g-g-y Mitchell was \\t\-\ I or Waldo Sunday. Mrs. Johnson TONE contains Nature- !
There are classes I ht> i,, k to the I plus iron and vitamins H 1
superintendent. and Mrs. Xorman
congregation attended theI
t till he
Everyone welcome. I I There i Mu-ionary ;itj and B-6. Also ,
I the t'gives :
for all ages. Come and bring the ." :titer several months j church Thurvianight, Jan 24 I Ifuneial of Mrs Edna Barker of .. .
whole family. Morning worship THKRF.sS.YCHRISTIAN ::1"1' brother and family Every one is muted Waldo at the Santa F,' >', "Hery you. pep and strengthnerves. -
begins at 11 a.m. The Lord's Sup I ': n., She led the Youth Sunday afteinoon' Weak miserable 1'>"
; CIIUH: \\'s had a I Int.t' I"'. .j! u !lurch soon feel different all \ .
per f is served at 11:15: a.m. Even wb 8 +ti 2' \ ing services begin at 0:30: p.m. Preaching services every Thursday he/: speakers and mu- P'r{ HLlllkl} ..;.. Central : Stt'lPi: ; :Utunle! the Sin:.) I' : at KOCH druus- '
Christian Endeavor. Evangelistic at 7:30: The young J I ,, .. .
with night p.m. : '
\.ert >
( ,
: the Taber- Hap -' (''!" h .I 11. k-, '-n lle.'l' ire M \ i -i Pah'n: i S' o .s ,tJy.: 1 :
services at 7:30: p.m I people meet at 6:45: p.m. for their I
h Aim! i R: Greninr ,- i >I"t.i i ;' ". Plan to attend all our services service. Make plans now to be at i \' I I." 1 T Lat ''t '
) i- I I.: \\ .t'- :nd his
Prayer meeting Wednesday at the service and enjoy the hinging .. '., 1ft' "i mnraiio.. and daughter;j ant ::onm.laof Ja k. II ALVAREZ' STORE "en's Clothing ]j
7:30: Our study will be the fellowship and gospd preaching .. Established tS9t Ia
pm. i ,
T :\11 ,
I Robe CecilIoorf') : missions Rw i .110' 1,0' K:1-t/1: ; / K ieMulg.t -i n nil,' I i iI
12th Chapter of I Corinthians Sermon Thursday night ',\'ill b. I
,, i
u> Chile 'illl"tj919' | is d oar Bring your Bibles for this service. I "Rebuilding The Wall"Homer I Ft green Fa! H. r>" "'iv.- nl &: ,11 :" ., i'. }H.i 'Ii' f : .' h \.'! \ I

1 -Homer Swindall, :Minister Swindall, :'oIlIll tel education at olumhia< College. ; i in .I hi; '.1'i ", H"11 :\1.--. / 1'ldl!|| si.iriein-is| | Ides ,'. i 1.,. ., ;,- \lnh.

I Southwestern Baptist Theological Boani! hi u t is 'merlinrtld: .'.I for home u.,-... Only $t X:, llratl- 1.! U ,' "
and Southern Seminary Gieenville S (' ford .
Seminary missions in ::11.1rural County IVlegraph. I '
I receiving his Ph D. in 1911. His church program v:ith :;:'\.ooi,

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. I work to Chile include the pastorate white Baptist and 60.000! murniiihed .-- .-, -, -- -- --. -
of First Baptist Church Con- white people and 40,000 nl' rues 4 -- --..- .. < --, -, .. -- REFINENIEN I Tin I

--- ---- cepcion Chile: missionary work in ..Bro Gillespie was born in North
Hear The Bible AnswerAbout
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Temuce: Editor of "LaVez Carolina and was educated in
I every necessary detail in a :pert ..iviailable
ta': and I manager Baptist Bautis-I Southwebte Baptist Seminar I
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town
locally and
Store and Publishing in 1923: alst teaching Bible and ;, ; widely knots!
PHONES: Office 23 i Pastorium 130 :Moore author of and t'or its modest cost its holLsome:
______ is "Piety Greek in Oklahoma University. I II I
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Poverty in ('hilt'" Dr. and :Mis.!! I Before coming to his present position -' courtesy, and always tactful :Minpathv. -
Hear Dr. Cecil Moore :Missionary. to Chile, South Moore are home, on furlough at he also served as pastor at 'People Who Can't Be Saved'11'110 ,I .

America, Speak Sunday Evening at 7:30: 3914 Central Ave, Tampa, Fla. Fayetteville, Ark. and Spartan- I

this week Dr. Moore will burg. S. C. During the week he
II I I '' Are Then? Are t You One:? I
speak nightly in the churches of will speak nightly at churches in I DeWITT C. JONES
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M. I
the county concerning the work this vicinity. Sunday evening at
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Training Unions 6:15 P.M. Botilah Rev. Mutt: ti t'N).\Y. 70::! ".:\1. Phone 7 Starke Fla.
in Chile and South America. He church pastor:
MID-1VEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. I will be staying at the Baptist :Monday. Bo tdrain. wheie Rev I
Pastorium as guest of Rev. Haines Curtis Harris is pastor: Tuesday I ,
VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR ( and speaking at Gadara Sundayat at Eastside church Gainesville Funeral Director Ambulance Service
I BOB (;It.\Y. Pastor
11 am1: and Sunday night at Rev Keyes. Pa..tol''t:: dnes.lay
I Our local funeral home enables nj to offer conveniences and
the First Baptist of Starke: Monday evening Evergreen church neat I
night at Graham where Rev. Law ley. Rev Lingerfelt pastor: Bible School 10) V.M.: iLT.I'.1a0; :: ) P.M: : services not otherwise available.

I S. E Sparks is pastor; Tuesday Thursday at Heilbronn. Ream I II .

j:30 Hope Church Theresa Rev. Watson, pastor: and Friday at
Join the of half.hundnddults who begana
group We furnish the hIghest type service at lowest prices' and
Merle Packham pastor: Wednesday Raiford where Rev John Stuck
MONDAY NIGHT 7:30, PM. La'man's Study of Bible Prophecy accept ANT life insurance policy in force, Issued by ANY
-- :
night at Kingsley Lake, D. E, land is pastorSunday .
last i t Sunday in IJ.T.l .
company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral
Willis pastor: Thursday night Air morning Miss Kathleen
. .. Consultation carries BO obligation.
Park church Starke. Rev. L. G. Manley from Nigeria West T Afiict ,., - -- -.
FREE MOVIE I. -- . .. .- - >--
Hemmingwav. pastor; and Friday will peak at the First Baptist -

night. First Baptist Hampton with I Lau tey where Rev Robinson is ,

"The Portland Story"Featurillg Rev Bob Gray Pastor 1 1I I Pastor. To these services you area I i iI

I An invitation is extended to all I cordially invitedBaptist
to hear this missionary message i

I as Dr Moore: speaks in the church I Church
jj j
nearest to your home.Presbyterian i
.. i j A cordial invitation is f.'xtendt'l'I lore

BILLIE GRAHAM Church I tit all of to Starke worship this at the Sunday First morn Bap- >:

Sunday School at 9-43.:
ing at which time the message by'' .
Also I ;
i Friendship Class 10, a.m. the Pastor will be "The Unchang ''

Two Missionaries from 11 a m .Vormng service conducted ing Christ". The choir under the
Colombia, South I hRev L A. Shepherd. direction ,
of Mrs. Mona Canoga will
Youth Fellowship Sunday evening ol" -
America in PERSON
bring special music with Miss
I at 7 p mriirnni Julia Lawson at the organ i iI I

I : or .IK>US CHRIST I Sunday evening tike church h".1 t _
LONG BRIDGE CHURCH OF LATTFJ: u.n'lXTS I gins a series of messages by out-!

:Masonu T"-mol.' Cill Street:: winding; Missionaries there bniigr :

10 Iilt's't.. t of Starke on Ht. tOO S'mda'. s P n'Jndl\ ..r.1'I'' h service for the next two: N U

morning 10> d' :st, fm" ,,nt Services a. ekThis Sunday evening D II", 'i iI
I ,., 11 I :\[ ti r.3 _
6 .ime from
30 ti i \ I r > It.tt.1 Chile, South I ;r' _
is extended ro all .\ "I.'?, I will bring the me: -age .,J j _
,' '. ,, ,
1 '! '.Ii teaching the p.nplepel
'- in Latin Amcma. .Iltta..t/ ,
IT.1 : ,M I ",,,jr service will be led
= h 'I' -I..r' with' the '
r r- piano-oi gan- E
01'organ-'t'u i ,1 !the music. The Your II ,

I i I"" i te.j by Miss Aliese !!

I., \ ill "lIlg.! and the girls' I .'

UI> ." .,'f'' ., ill sing the popular r

M.. }H'I{ :MvSoul". j !f

1 1x ... -v )ini d| meets at f< (I."i mii t

"s ry31 i)"'i\isioii of Dr Unod- I
11 .\ 1111 departm-nts and '
; \\'aIJabond
3 all ages. :'rainnrg r ew 52

.u, a I 1 i II .'. t"01, bJ.. T, l..a\\'I\ 0

I"'. f h r, :"r training in i him hnilnib f/'
t tn P .

i 3 \1.' '_ "S., "Vice tegularh Wed-j I I1. Simi t. nl'\\ 'iliimii! nf \in"'rn'a'- l".l' "rdelKdl, ICII'lrin'J.(/ I ) .
'" d.:1)' ; :: with
p m Blhlt
)till-,| s/e| iar.Oiii .
-.L,' t"
t Pastor all l "t .1",1 I..inn."ii\ of smart; n<''\ mliirs ami exciting!
eA ,. 1 pt' '! '' !l' .*\'t'r and r i
V .' i' "I-! ,line I is reet, \'no\\'sIIlP'1 b> all !Iuropean:, lines; inside, it's, richly clad in new and Ixrautifuliiilioisteries.

WI'! i.4i, ,: regularly at the.'i | : .

F<, }f'I: .-' "t Starke {j \ for performance. it'; definitely a car '>ri? open road.

{1_ I I I, supersonic! Engine! eat up the miles, but scarcely

Pastor fob Cray Dr. Jacob Cartenhau Dr. Hi Cecil Vlore Methodist Church 'i| loin.hes the gasoline. It delivers up to jO miles per gallonwitha

I n>'". kind
Stark Th. M-t. ,,, Methodist Church of |i a demonstration ride in the 52 Henry J Vigibon-1 l toijjv.icv'52 .
BAPTISTMissionary nlidllv invites you to at-

tend, th.. to Hi wing services of'IrShIP

Conference \\ "itn! :Sunday. January 20

I, The R Thomas G. Mitchell will

I preach it the 11 o'clock worship
sen'"n, the sublet of "The

, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton 'hrISt.IJ: vujkenmg", The Church ,
S. h iPry
: 1 t"I:1.: at 9:45 evenSun.

"aN ', ':: with class t.t. I'\'ery

I 4 GREAT NIGHTS au""\i- ;. I Ii
NI hell .' :i ,1'ieai, t h the

i s-rie; ': Eang.Jj.t

-' the t:;'.",!1 j\ "\ -iiiii

i JANUARY 23RD -- 27TH, 8 P.M. 1 I',.. ::,:np!i"''. using of J".n: as' Ins, ,suf'Ti tI >--

"' !11 I r The Sun.fty eve

hear These .Message //// Men Who Have .1 1 Heart For Mission, I' ui- ;ehstic' 'u-il preparation ser'ict'i.11'! I .' lea pa t ti1'

WED 23rd : "The Church and Missions" r 6.'h,. .,;'. :'he Revival ," be hel'!
-- Bob Gray. % 1"-4 in cormi.n: : wr
'" I .'..,i Evangel-; ',,,, Mission: I
THURS. 24th : "Baptists In Brazil" Dr. h ,'';"i. f .
L. Smith, of Baptist : it arcs K :T all.!! or ti .
Faith \1. 't. -' 'hurl : -s none ,
I "' .' !Liu' .1'!'' -.n:; at tf \ \ 2 Kaiser .Olinnniaii
j t
.. ,.
FRI. 25th .n; -' : I'' iI'ld
: "Baptist Missionary Work in Chile" lippa'.l v
R. Cecil be f :>:, cong,

Moore, S.B.F.M.B. -eie.t I 'i.] r, \ 'j1I ,! .
I vith tested an'J
The fir-t rat to roml.iti. Rir.jj. I>-'-iiurtneis: : proven
I.'- 'Lt' ,
t : Prayer I I1 .Aiie ii;. ,r. "r.m"l'rir': ?.
SAT. 26th: "The Jew and Israel" Dr. Jacob \ :1.dr .
Gartenhaus : MethodistS "
Pr..m ;t\- uin.l-w.'I,1| "nil-, t'> dramatic npw rear-mo'r.t'1! 41.! .r"t : I
T. ,
"r ;. -,.*
andins |
Board of Jewish Missions. -[pI'" saI! .'. the \ IY.i ., ill ,- 'h>' last] vvord in automotive styling t'/i.:. :
;; at 7 > .
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1 I' :. ii'l!] (tL'! ,. [Jil-, Kai-er.en. ;:;ini'rpil eeclu-,te feature-: the ;I.< *... IJIJ

SUN. 27th : "Every Baptist A Missionary" Bob Gray. St. Edward's Catholic fi ,.-. ,,1.1 1\ )Ki.s.r :*"I"-'J|" !!.,' Kngine: ; the greate-t si-ibility IP
T..I.. =rr,""';'' -t.ur --t n..!.'. thank to this\\\ lowest l center of gra>..t11 yr'
r': I ri 1 Lvors .
M'RSERY OPEAT ALL SERVICESaom : it 9 15 pastrvrMis. am :, ji -I.T:'far'] far, !;.,' n, '! ( ,' ,' .i i j. u!

V4"v ', Mi-, at 0\' 3. m 'i' \Heugg st that you see it today at your Kaivr-Frazer dealer's. '

.." :: i l'U.jt -0:
} to
E / [ .. .-' \f
t1 UOlu E ( : \ --, !.. rKAChisp. Classes, S
\ "
1 '.' P.V
.ei,,,r lAo:" .lOll" i.1 :0"014"" ..t... h..1 UIUI See II... I lu::utn! >nil antI the Virginian at .tour "par/I' !\Ji.'r.f'rapr showroonr

Church of God

Special Music 'At All Services 'th 4: st. Chit St3
SII ,la\, S ':-aol, : If am LIBBY SALESStarke a SERVICE

Sim.uxt ,
;j r n rg. Worship U a.m
Si : 1. F'. -,-iig: Service 7:30
v o E s--.ice Tuesday 7:30 pm p.m Temple Ave. and Pratt St. Fla. Phone 32

F. j':. er Mr-.ng Thursday 7:30: p.nu



I I office at 119 E. Call St. Th' district j I ( i: or \ rri.uiio\ runT ..M :h.- n.iinti't, .'ttt..rn, > T Frark f ,-.. til., isis .1.1\| ..fthrwf F. I .
\ \ Diin: \i ill 1..11111 rum. Stark.Florida. and file: Hi., ..tiearitI.nI. '
'I through cooperation .\ Ith thi "ne Hill ,... it:: the original' 'n the offu of the mplaim! will be tak- .
FARMING: Soil Conservation Service offer [ > hf r. l>> siveil that C;r. ( I1 Cltrk i>f the CONSERVATION ; : 'o i: the I h..ldei\ \ of the (,.11.1\- the I IMh day of Kebruarx. l\!>*2. ,I This notiof shall beon
my assistance to all coopf.-at .. < .... .
: 1.I\'" h.t- filed caul ier- otherwise the allegationof s aid v k for fur
in developing a conservation tarm for .. tax deed to .be I1 I'- I'liinplaint Mill be taken as confessed I I weeks In the Bradford C.,.

By George Brown, ConservationistThe ij i plan free of charge. To date 49 l 1 !tli.."it-oil.years Theei.rtlitai...f N-U.IIK e. .the. n"II. d t">,-- : This by flutieC you. shall:! he pul>li-h-"l I craph.OFFIPTAT'S ,'.-4 _

-j, farmers have taken advantage 01 i :...l..f t id- |'toperl\ and the once each week for four! eon.-eout v.' ".
i in 1 u-hii h it ." a>>v-ed .tr<- weeks ir. the Hnidtord C"<>tir.;> Telegraph ( ?Ki'1rk. \I.) A T "
has deliveredto this and made application for as! .. .
supervisors of the BradfordSoil this equipment I ; .s! h.' -
Conservation District author the district and is now available i sistance. I would' like to personalh I ty Lura Curqess / / I "< ate \o ':; Vrar of N uan< I'ateit tinISth i Hay ol J.inu.i: n> M'7: TV .. .. ii.Pa ',
|I. \ II 1' -sI US?
I "
ized the purchase of a Rotocycle to cooperators of the district on a j I! urge all other farmers in Bradford\ t PONCA. I I : ,lltllll| of l'np.rtvVU\ ..f tOKFIPIAI. j SEAM: A. J. Th.im.n-.

their district on rental basis for carrying out conservation J County to do likewise as the foot'/ : of X\\ > of XKl i4 Se.1.1' \ : I Clerk of the Oirrmt I' ''ir:
Cutter at meeting of the future Wherein I ueloome in the Nt->v [ t iI l Y u>,' < rumpled! lit-\\ t f> South; Kange :2* Kast | Dy Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk I I I
supply depends
Dec. 28. The purchase of this farm plans. up..nthe !: ', a.rennre ur less. j t l I' j' "
I and Year and da>s fl> '.\\iftly.Vel: 1 1mal..t" polishingJust .. .. *
in vvbiib
I proper protection improvement "" -'* .d. James. I IIITlrr
mower in addition to the previous j I I long: trip-, in the rCl"J tint ?
purchase of a cultipacker fer- Any farmer in Bradford County' of the farms today. la\\ n. I pany An old lady of. '.11 ii I propern I.,.i ing' in the I In Cirruit C.utt. Bradford Count .1 Ij
9 AT
and become district .f !Uradford. State of Flori riorlda: In Chancery.Hubert FL'
distrIbutor. grain a .
may I' Most people love the broad street who cares for I Wendell\ H..erle fUnn\ ISTARKE
pasture chopper. has completelyused by making application to the district Supervisors and members of the'Bradford highway, trod by the dusty ;I :Mary who is 96 years -" ..u...h i-rtifif.ite. .,.i., .-rt fi.: 1 Uajkuni.ir" Siiinair HOVI Ir, I I.. ". .
County ('attlernen.ssn -lull! !I. redeeineil .1. .i dins. '" .ml 1s.-; X. '
the fund made available tci: supervisors Blankfor tin I! throng! I day if I live. I too I. |11'i| ; ,10-. I'll"I .1! in --U. "ii I! ,Nntlr T. Appear.
.\ enjoyed a brief discussion. ot 11. orrtif'i .0.-- will, !I.. I T.. It.ijkiiinan' Suniair! II..... .- Fri.. Sa I. Jan. I"'. !i'
the district by the state for the purpose are available in my off ic land capability as! mapped by thc The thousands choose it everyday the little old lady. so full i .. th.hiKhei I li.l.b-i ,tt .! I I, 5' !h., ..... rt-Mifeiit. and address ,> :Noi. norm.K FKATI (itr
Service' Rushing like mad along: I' and memories of loved I )h..11-.1 th.nr, -i 0!I" i 1 i. vi.i .. <;.... --, v i. '. Fran e. -
purchase of equipment. All ot. adjacent to the Selective Soil Conservation Service. by William .. I .
have passed to that I nir.nili ( M.i'.h. 1 I",1"! You are hereby. >tlfled that *
revel in its
They crazy :
I 1 H. Buckhannan soil survej: ::.nl I .1."' ,.f .M.irc h :I1'".:' suit for p-v.r. .. has beet; filed
They love its sights and I I can already see the I ii1 rill' I mh rl.tv ,.; | IIHI.II\"I .iK: H".1 'be 1 abive n.iniedCurt NAGANA
sup"Tvi-or. at their last meetingS I
I thrills! 0 which is now for rI ,'J--! i'i.l you arre-
But for me the little open
I S I j I ( '!.\[. SKAI.i \. .1/ ThoMi.i-, .linril -. .. i >i I".r y..t/r/ .T -
road. shall be now as I ..,. .. .. '. :Mfh .
Howard Bissland. with gay ( Cir. nit Court -,1 1:1'.1f".1 : I -w < ;I'' i > the i .'ot-i.' tI! i > n Dmiclav TuU l\\ '
biologist ,
Which winds: the hills i I joy each passing I i.untv* Kb.i\ :,1.l 'v 1 !L. :' '." \ 1I 1- \L
announces wit/i pride the Soil Conservation Service among '- ., \\1)-:
I J I' P I i I' ,1-. I 1 i
Clarence Mansfield Lindsay. j j i quilting on my quilt \' I -l hnnL: ,
I k 15
made a brief visit to the district ( run u [I'
I Perhaps one reason I like this moment I had a dear \orin: 10 \PITit ',
recently to advise comparators on ....it Twiirt, It mil Turd (' unty. I
the of their fishottiIt. '! l little city *o well, is the fact that \| in Florida ask me where .: In Chai.ttry.liiieitilt. LAW of thePANHANDLE
management ( .
it is hidden among the hills. Just !! my quilting frames. She I ; .tl-o. Kio\\n: ." \In.in.," .;";:;i: :;;;# ;; : .:",;>" ".:;:; >.-:>,;;::::;: ""
p 1'1. 1 I
little town with lined j! to get her some.
a quiet tree I i /i.t. t liefendaitt .
streets and where one can call | s '. ,.. ,0.1 l j I
J So take the To \ |I'|I'fa r.
"good morning" across the: streetto > Xifhnlas I c I'ui.li I, III*II ,.*,. &iierc'encyFUNDS' Sun.. Mon.. Tut' .
LAWTEY% a good neighbor. I do love my Where never peace is I | | n-e and adilt.--. :- '..'"'" \\ _I i Jan. 2022THUNDER
: But 0 for me the : Street.. XeW \t' k C'M :-1: ,
morning walk to the post office !
L. And 0 for me the .
II. Futch ;
I I '
every morning at eight o clock -ir hereby notified that a
road. ..I' IMX..I ,- IIMOI.mil .01-
There I see about the same people Which winds UftST."I'I I | iniiior,/ hildt\ I t.: .. been l fil- I on the HILLiiuh.tte

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hess haves ) and talked and say a word about among I : vou, .in tb.- ibovnain..-d i I.insurance backs you up I

S ag their guest for two weeks :Mrs. the weather. I always look to see God bless and keep I l and f.i V-\H-:itt-e:, :and' ''r'| von..f '.are...rr an-re- |!t I ithe: iiu-hes assuresvou ( Coloert. Aim nil n

(. \\ ,7 K. E. Beigle of Irvington New Jer- 'I what the temperature is It was '1 \' I "I I'I! .nllli':': I -lo 1, .''.|1'1.| ..", I!! iii:: money whui you .. ..rius t'\\.. A 2 Cannonrrs' -

i sey. I 30 degrees this morning Diggerand ; & "HadrnM' xupWed. :
I really enjoyed the walk. sf1.11it: ) i1v1: 1 'i j it most.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Starling of I la Circuit Court. HAVE
REVLON.11 'I There is a grocery near the post Florida; In t hum-fry. ; YOt'K '
!! Jacksonville were dinner guests of' l. Thur. Jan. 2.:< J *
'' office and I in there fur Paul i.eniieit AnnMioim. !
i Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas on go gro- \'.- frieuii ArniMroim." l >. i TOLD C. IKH'HLE I"E.1'tIlADVENTURE{ -
',I Wednesday evening of last week I i i cerie?> as needed. The grocery has '..- : Carr Colley

We are featuring the Complete Line i changed hands and the new owner!, \otlee I'oppear.. By Indian Palmist
i Mrs. Thomas is Mr. Starling's sl-: To: ;h'anrrIllH .. Slit:
j! ter. | gives us a nice dish with every I re.-idem-e I i.sI'nknovvii.. TKI.LS: yon: I 11 Ifi(i S. Walnut St. Ph. 25; IN MANHATTAN

515.00 worth of food ..
bought. I am You are hereby PRESEXT I
I I. H Flynn of Jacksonville was'i getting so many pretty dishes. !I suit for divorce ; | IfpniMttig'; THE MUTUAL Lift: .'1"111 t rt hur. Jm'1 Mrl raAM
FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS F i in Lawtey on business Wednesday 1| i filed against you In the I, and Eli 'TUI14'
of They have a hand painted rose on j led' Court an l cause ami [ INSURANCE COMrANY .f NEW TO UK () -
week. J j, them and are chip proof. I do love'''quired i to serve a copy of ; .... >fill adtirr in all matters I

Mrs. G. W. Roberts spent the i j dishes: and appreciate the gift. We ,,''on swer the or Plaintiff's pleading to.\! the 1 Uring l'hi"11 and (;iet I . . . . .: Mr. DYNAMITE

Two-Cell FLASHLIGHTS 98c weekend with her T. Evans and Neal T
father J. H. i'I have made several long trips recently 10J: '\w Exchange i, ILi..1PHiCE I Also
Tatum. who
is seriously ill at his on bu'itiesOne time we u.l iJ \i lan
sonville. Florida and file | h ur City Limits on I'.S, Fire & (Casualty Insurance 1",1It" Ht'f\t'\

$1 POCKET KNIVES, all sizes 69c// home in Deland. 1 1 started before daylight and as we ,,31, fin-nit in the Court office on of m,the.. '.". I 1 : Ol This LateM Nr H

Miss Helen Walters came home I watched the _. _. .
of Jackson day day ot February. 1 II! .>. -- '. .r-" ---, ,,---''- .- :<, '. '-', I
i ville spent the weekend with her I j break. Out here where there is ice th. allegations of said \ ---
3pc. CANISTER SET 98c I will he taken: a!! eonfe, .. I'
parents. Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Wal- j I and snow that makes driving haz-: I This notice shal. oe ; > _=- ',":.. :, .' :. _,:'- v
ters. i. ardous a long trip is a chore and onre each week for four ,

Pt. Size VACUUM BOTTLES 12c :Mrs Davis one is to have wreckbefore weeks In the Bradford ,
Perry accompanied very apt a \ graph. I FEED SEED & FERTILIZER STORE

I j by Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley \ getting safely home. As always i.l:I liated.:!: tin-I I "..thIn I I I I ,

J and children. were in Jacksonville I pray as we ride along. for T .
THREE TOWELS 49c | C IFFJ"r \r. siM: \
I : : ; .
i Sunday afternoon visiting Mrs.I Cods help and guidance. That t I l"I'. OPENING SATURDAY JAN. 19
Rv Nf\ t'l': I- I '" I
I Carl Vanzant and family. above all things keeps me calm 1

I lb. Homemaid PEANUT BRITTLE 49c{ The Royal Hawkins fa'mllv. of :' and no matter how much \\v slideor H'/7/ Also Handle (General Supplies

Jacksonville were recent guests of slip. I: can laugh and carry on I .

1 Ib. CHOCOLATE CANDY I .00 the D B Thomas family. ; without getting nervous. No matter w. C T Washington St.. :Near S.A.I.. Depot Former Locution of

Mr and Mrs L. H. Futch were' what befalls us. it is God'svil1 ; Starke I Bl'dding ('.0.l .
in Gainesville Sunday afternoon !i and I can know I haw ".NO( ONK KVKK: : : :

Complete Line I vi.-ituig her brother.. B. Crosby !, strength to bear whatever is put I ALqoilOI.K? \\ ) \\l A. D CROSBY

who is seriously ill in Alachuai I II upon me. I usually sing ol.l hymnsas HOU"( :, I .

I General Hospital. jVekend j we drive along which in them- (('IIHbTI.\ : ) I ,, :7, ':-,.-:;-'::-- _,;. ": _: ::..- -,:- -,,-_ --- .-,'_ c::.: ': '.- -- < -" _' '. '> '.';;; P"; ", < ,,,--'c--"c-j:,:-;. ::;; .-c:.,
VALENTINECards \\ guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. selvev are a sermon. I found myself .

J W Schulz were Mrs. L. Kurdge ; singing "Jesus Lover Of My

I ol Hamilton& Ohio and Mrs. L ,': Soul" which is really a grand old I

Schulz 01 I Overpeck. Ohio. Mr. and \I hymn.
I Mrs Schulz accompanied ] Did I tell you I fell down one i Ii '\ S _v ...
Napkins guests to Daytona Beach on Mon-I Saturday night on the front 1 ,,:; .: : .t-:::

1 day for a few days visit with relatives -\ steps? Boy. I really fell. Guessno ",

S Table Cloths th*'re. bones broken at least I have: I1! JT 1ie' # i't

Robert'hlt,>head of Jasper I I been walking on it ever since. It.. v.... .

I Plates was dinner guest of his grand-,,'I was about ten o'clock and I did :: -' I tl9se.: ... Efft -z 4;

[ parents. \Ir, and Mrs. H. B. Ar- ;, not know there was sleet. We do -

Favors wood on Sunday. !: not have much of that weather 4I

Miss Linda Carter of Jacksonville out here. I went to take Digger r'.j.\

spent Sunday with her par I[ out for the night and fell sittingon -T1

('nh.11: and :Mrs. C. F. Carter my left foot I slid down the ;
SAVE MONEY 2 'if ?
N B Blocker of Atlantic step silting on my foot. I cried -

WE ARE NEVER UNDER SOLD | Beach was m Lawtey :last Saturday aloud i in pain. Don was in the q3

on bu.Miiess. j basement fixing the fUrnace. so \

Mi: .. and :Mrs. A. E. Massey and :I on hearing me he came runningup.

sons Daniel Wayne and Spur- It was just my wailing. my

DRUGSTORE geon spent the weekend with hi- 'ankle hurt so badly.

KOCH'S parentMr: and Mrs. W. L. Mas- CLAY HILL: The oil is being

,e:,'. )in Barwick Georgia.Mi put on the road now to Clay Hill.

: and :Mrs. McLeod and, son. The new church at Long Branch

:\lallOII. of Gainesville were call-: i had 76 at Sunday School. I wish I I II

Ing 01, I tends III Lawtev on Friday -j I was there to help them with mu-

Mat urn spent the- weekend'', sic or the children. Lots of letter

with Wendell Kelley returning from folks Daisy Lang. my good

I horn .,1; Sunday P.M. friend Xettie Carter. from across-

In t tlie absence of the pastor.Rev I the water Leon Carter. and find

A E :Massey. Rev. D. J. they are all well.

Blarkmon of Belleview filled tile HELPFUL HINTS: If honey is

F01I S.VI.K-! -Prln.-e Marvel :2JDPolled si.vriKK: SEvlNtMachine Company pulpit at the Faith Baptist church substituted in cakes and candies: I
Hereford bullV >iKht15UU Lake (ity Fla. Phone SSO.
pounds, Heu.xoll for .. 'ling toKeep will repair your marhinc ui ip last Sunday. they will stay moist longer. To
from. I Inbreeding i Pi K-- los condition "easonahltV' :Members -ave cloth use facial tissues I
right F: K.: Wasdin.Vabl... use only gi-nulin Singei part J. E Wall family whetapplying
Up I !isKOU Our service i-ar1- will' ) pick up .s net t were visiting relatives in Greer. cleaner to window When
delivery serv n-i upon !-.- on Friday of last
S.M.F.-.4-rooin h..u>,- with t'WlI1gt'r: machinesare- ..' ail- .
bath) \\\bite' |iroperty on 1ikiSt. able cm reasonable term.- week. I
<'*>h $::.Tii,>. AlM'ly <>linV TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTMATTRESSES Rev A. E. Massey wishes PINE LEVEL ,.
\\bile or railVillUton 1SJ:! Mrs.Stabler to.., ,
: sip I'It I announce a revival meeting in the'

OP ALL KIXDSHEXOYATED Faith Baptist Church beginning By Mrs. H. M. McRattev. i

}',Model)r SAI.K M -and Tractor equipment, John :Mrs.n..r.W.. Monday: evening. January 21 at of1 41oNoxh"

S $,hl.ih'.r l",tkr, Kt 1. PMX 7:30: ( The church is looking forward \V. 1Hall filled! his lILad" the is? iank-fbl
r,6.tark.. ,Flu :3tp I :2i: c.,f&R' .... to this meeting a visiting :; appointment at Pine Level regular [ ahswer a

'J. .t.'l.. 1 minister is expected to assist with Baptist Church
}'()n SAI.K-One ('rtky ele.lri.rantre .- -. .... j Sunday with a ,
In nood ri>nditi i .III. used very I .. the preaching and the public is [ large attendence at the morning,1n l //
little looks new (ne. t'rosley invited to attend. and i
..lertrurefriceratiT also usedver F U 1 UNIT U K EKeuphoMeretl ; j evening services and baptisir:
> little liiiiilre at TrtS 1.\\ l'erft''IIh'u.lalu'{' Sunday night. Rev. and .Mrs
fayette St Twu .bbk. > south ..f'' and Hilda Crews is going on her Hall returned home
Wednesdaj SlJRG
Call :!II) 1 IS
Ref inl.ehed
fourth year in Sunday School without -| from Macon Ga. where they at

HOUSE FOK: S.t.Facres: ;; land. HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. missing a Sunday. she is 11 | tended the funeral of their
All conveniences. :! mi. east of FIRe
St rV.> riiaj r Shepherd.: :SOT: Kfall Box 230 1'alatka, Fla. years old.'era Crews has not hew. John Smith.

St tf A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFtI missed a Sunday in 3 year !she i ij Mrs. T. :\. Norman and Mrs. El: I,
-- ------ ,
TIll: liriMiKT-MIMJrJD: ;) : lride: S' years old They are the daugh-1 don Sapp and boys of Heilbronr 1 j .. ; S// / I
A ATTRACTIVE.." I done over furnished -100( KiiKiaved \\VdditiK Invita- t Ys of Mr and Mrs C R. Crews. Springs were dinner !: ,
apartment: for rent firadyApartments hulls on fine rag-content paponlv i guests of tru t. '
on Clark Street. $50 mr.I I : Bradford: I'l.un'i I H. M. McRaes Saturday. I Very often, the woman behind the uheel With, sure-fire Gulf :MNOOU: : get : j/' .

yrr month. .\. J. Thomas. Jr.AKen. TelfKrapll. IftnnJ Mielget J'tndl'hafJlt"n'r: Heal' Dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. has a finer appreciation than the men folks
itt. 10:1': that action f from
: cr\s: )IKKKKKI\TOIS: : : :: for home use. Only $1.83.- ratl. B.1.. McRae and family were Mr J (formhanicaIthingsthatiorkastheyshouTd- Starting snap gets yourengine
Zru1arIy, 11111.,1 1 .11 S "4 4', I'" f fast!
FOR JUXTt'I.: .ittra 'tlve mnAern ed to sell at $I i7''I 'i:, 1.ni,, ..,.sIevt .. Cord County Tl'letraph.ATTENTION. and :Mrs. Fred Haislop and dau"ii- -smoothly and efficiently.That .
spartnieiit IVsiral.le do.- I this oneSI.til.:; I;.1. I r" teiMr and Mrs. Tony Gonzafes .
m l'l'atlon111" threi> rooms and Smooth responsive power for easier driving -
bath rottusf Kntirely: rederorated Mt and Mrs Vernie Thornton applies particularly I I to the f family car .
:AIV.. Madison. tf RADIOS REPAIRED Mi.ss I. tn city traffic and a new sureness on the c.
Glenda Crosby when it's doing .t best. You want
Miss Elizabeth very
your .
til M-kr til 'teicirl.qe.iin.hIe road. ,'. ,, ,,' Ij',
FOU P.l'XT-Twn S-room furnishedapartments. \ I( eknrcei. KUamntrrd Jackson. car to run smoothly! -and especially on vaCation open -,- '. f
comfortable bed*. fit 'i'. -iir.riir.iiiiM :Miss Mary Lou
X.>rct> spar* heater ele.-trio ranee ? : \\'. <'nll "i. M.rU.- rit. :::11I Alvarez, of Jack- Rapid acceleration without annoying '
larpe pon-h. and l.iwn J40-J15 At -omille and brother. J. L. o f knocks.
'all St bridge. K Starke. take. Flln1.1: : -I.... ....i n',' 1 1." Miami: were So, Lady, when you're buying the gasoline, '.
left if railed road I t4 miles tn I I"!.,, k .", ..' I-' .11\,. M ( If You Have visiting their parents
hiu-e with siKn i at pate :111'''. I It 111' .11,1) \\ t) Mi and Mrs. o. R AlvarezWe i make sure to fill up with sure-fire Gulf NOEconomy through qualitthat's built in
'arlVynn.. n.o..k.I.IH! !!. tf Jllinu I $.,"!i.e .. _
vU ,1.l '
month .1 ,r t't.tutord tp; ';I" PINE OU CYPRESS are sorry to report the I illness 1-[ r-OX-and get that performance you enjo Gulf \( )-NOto get full mileage and power '

"P \RTMEXT FOP. RKXT. partially of Edward :Murrhee. son o t i if so much! out of \inir engine.gasoline .
'1I1'nl..h..1. Fraitee. house behind WEDDING AND niRTHDAY ("AKF.13 TIMBER TO SELL Kev. and :Mrs. Eddie
1 ", P pti-i Ohuri h 115: mo .\ J up. Order* taken at r)ahmer'si ,I' oI
i >ion-aN JAdministrator.. tf (tin !Shonr-c Phnn Large or Small Tracts '! last week I I r\.
in the Glendale
KOK: S VI.KS..-. ,1 .,|11'| I U, .""|IL.i, ble j Hosptta ll ii ,
'i. S\I.K--Ten aius of land .1 I! Prevail I I at Palatka He is the
Hamilton I only grand
'iii. t
d." I tene.. KiH'l'in house \\IIn-1' We All
u' water: and Imthroom s. Hi. Buy I j son of Rev and Mrs W E Hal

K > t'HH.in.lblr terms. SetI I <'i! I I'J SAI.KSMX.VVVXTKI > I !; We \vu h him a speedy
Uelbieman recot-ry.
.IIK\\ IN.x IVJ l rop tut a : sUREFIREfjxw'
't) > Up I to "". ...) J. <', '.s. lucid :i1'ealer PAY TOP PRICES Mrs. T N. Norman and sot .
I in Hi.ulf.fnl < untI'.oo t
fawili' Gerald and Mr. and Mrs .
Kxi>erien.-e not n e -1 1 e H. i J!:
;iM'MXI: Uo.\Kl to i.nipb Mi.- ". Pine .. .
ry "oppurtunitv )
Ntep into McRae
.. were recent guests of Mr[
I'.it.- .;H- Htirhwav m ll bu ..lii. piufitableleUtn. -. w In n :Ii
H.iwl.-liih Pr..hlo'hl(Ve been .."iiif..r Write or Call Laura McRae of Waldo
!I.-' ear "loud III'O\lt.. f"rh..tI..r i I Mianti \ f.ulfLit !
Mp. Vernie Thornton ; i sign' at i'.v .
|": *. i oiupletelv flirni-h d\ libl Nearh> Denier t'h.ini- L o : [
I i l"> 1..rat.. \\'.I-Ii house. with ..in.l.i h't'in: -.Hint $r..ili>i> I'i-....lu.fiini.hed Gainesville were here over th le I.If I. ) or iures vou of tl.e I
tin \\1..1: >.M., .\ .k I.T .eorce .-dit I
on .r \Vrte I r..t
.i- i'oii<-\ "..lan.1I.arlnl.nt... Tt-n- Irish's l.ept K X \-n,1: ,t-' Mphis. >\. B.T.THOMASLUMBER weekend Guess, they will soon bmoving t>e ti:>e-t .Kcommodat ons.' REST UOOMS I

i h and rhtiri h St' HP Tenn :ip : I"sfrrifrT.viY I back to Stark as"eml I. _' __- J

,,. ..., ,.. has accepted a position at Cam ieF
e.\XTKI...se >or---- !wild O
Indian PnlmiM north of Starke: .n not necessaix I do n..i ."|>i>Ule d. t PHONE 211 -J t unu her work
\- S :Sol ltlK"UX1SHKI ;
>* jroll < :"< fill\ th -' -IM.I'I'"
ti.Mis P.radfor.) Knein.-t I P.O.Box735STARK n Gainesville. !
MitKOK ? :
!. ,:t:!. fur >heatlnc APAUTMKXT! : and\ torrent wokincKlectrU "ta"n" ,,& ': I :, FLA. The farmers are getting the rl F. Register & Son Distributor

I n-friKeratnr Adults \ S VI.K-.- lill. .."". B.I ..: >- :ar.d ready for the !
ill 1 ::.\V Mr A F. S..ulKU.' 7 Ira!. r>er day Phone ;*" K> \ I I spring (.n>p Phone/ 155 Starke Fla.BRADFORD I i
M :M.ihoi St 'I'! ..tone HeiKht, S I K Ki-'n- .1'i Eld.i.Sapp: tractored i wh! o. e
1 eld f.r B M !MRa> Sa'.rJ j : i