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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 25, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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i Yonge Julian C ( X )


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Porch Light Drive And Annual Ball 'i C Oil N TY --TELEGRAPH fi



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Will Climax Polio Fund Campaign &'i noli


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Official County Publication Established In 1879

It is hoped! that porch light!

will be gleaming all ayer town

Thursday night Jan. 31 between VOLUME MEVKNTY-TIUIEE ST.VUKK. FLORIDA, KKIDA1. 4,\."I \R1 i.1. 19-V.: M :nun: Tt' n .tI": ..

6:30 and 7:30 pm. when members ,


of conduct the Junior a house Woman to house Club solicita will 'I Johns AnnouncesCandidacy I II I Income Tax Man Jackson To Bid 1 Board Tosses


lion of funds for the fight on infantile t To Be In Starke. Hospital

I,
paralysis.

Residents of Staike are askedto FIGHT February 8th
For Tax Assessor
For
turn on their porch lights dur Decision To
\ ,leputv t'fl- I" J I I' l' Electorate
ing ihi- hour next Thursday tc INFANTILE
: :'l'IW'I i: iI!! hi a' !tn. \11111\1'\

indicate to the volunteer worker Return To Senate .'l Stalk, ..n Fiul'.v t'b s r Post In Primary --
contribute PARALYSIS
that they art willing to "
:.i >i us tu I .. I p II.. !or thi' l'lIll'! ] "'' Action To Await Outcome
to the fight on polio It will speedup Lawson Elected Delayed
"nt giving advice anil asitaMFederal "
the drive if residt'nts111 have .
i, : 4 "i i'ig: : !1.:, i mJidat Ylr( income taxpayer-: Ift Of Referendum In
General Election
their contributions realW ien .
n '" '..i'I! In" tile Floiiil.i State, ; prer ', :i!<'r I lettu nAH '- Vice Chairman I
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the solicitors arrive it wa'aid ,
Sc S.TI (Cliail- F} ', | -' ..
a' .jnj'e prisons \\ I''i- t' tal m< "ii.i ; :. '

This final drive is the Climax 'll i '" .1 1 :: :. Srtiio,. in more in 1.1! nni-t lil l i Of School Board T',:' :'Ilj-li.-P.I'i! ; ijUt-li't!. a* I to \\ 1 ht-I; : I:. i I' "I'i .

to the Infantile I'aralvsifundi! I ar ::.- nt Mtiin t : Must taXp '.','i'- had i I !'i.t l 'stintvJ.dl have a P'.li'.c': hospital., IMIMI\ '

campaign which has been an- \ !I. t.'. sun '.x i- el-< t.'J v.< mallltallH'd ,
1 t iiy tax thrownthe .
in,' I' i,i\ PI.siib-tairial\ pavn.eiit1 mIHlIt.a: : iar': \ .

ducted throughout this month 'I, "I> tlii- Bradford Court\ ., ....:.
df the electorate -.i! t'I
z. Br,t :' .ct : :h.O 1911! :: Ffdeial tax through I laps when the Hoi: t I

Bradford County's quota his year i i"raOIl'' i iI }i'luldiiig'! : from their wagt.s m : Public Ins'rt'o"! :v ,innt'ri in a .special mefttnjr! !:.i-t 1 Fnd.i\! ,, llnn

is more than $3,000 ,-tl :.. .'. '
f payments to tin- Colli-, I tiiiftthflt await the t outcome of the (tiicom.D, : \I') ',' :
The March of Dimes phase ) M, 'IHldX' J I
the drlv has bt- -n carried on urn ".uij); i :".'\ ) ---, all taxp.y't':; taking) action on prnpust'tludt} ntl1-': .." "
ofII
r ii : viidirnun
Berries Escape ','- meal I '< '. it.Mil:! .ll I 'fill I"I! h. : .v -it. ,' ,'.
through the schools rf the county .d.) ,
d? II! B Crosby. was ft'in
,uinoimce! i I" '>u \' !I-, !Mi! ,_' upkeepx \1.
and the March of Dime Ball, .: 'ml it was considered ad Something NewWill I
that I will b, a -, | the Ci>mr t f .
another feature of the campaign I .
: lect a'ice chairman a- ,.,
Cold candidate tor I r: has ln'i .\ -

will be held in the USO Saturday DamageWith re-election tc Rites Tuesday 'i !I-. I h\ Chapter 2690!:'. Flos Be Added \ls"I1".1\ i : a

night with Mrs. Ruby Johns serVo itutes. 1951. Mr. Crosby.-
,
the Senati' t ont The nil. .: "
ing as chairman of this eventIt 'I
a i .rred after the Mondax -
colder weathei toreca-t the 13th Sen- -'- port fioni ( II >
was announced that Car'Roberts I suit] it is now considered .
Bradford County strawberry grow atonal District For H. B. CrosbyHugh ._ ------- -- H A HI..h"I'; ; f'I I' :'.t." "
and his orchestra will i) hat another
ers are hoping against hope thata I pledge that 1 will work just ai,, oigamzation vtl though thr 1'.1 11:1:1 1Ill'll ,
play for the dance. Mr. Roberts I '.\ ill have to be held ti, fvf'b'tOdY P'SltI -
killing frost won't come along hard for my peoplt in tilt tutun with the h. '[ i I 11t !
is donating his services and the ii ... I to wipe out the estimated $10,000( as I have in the past I hay S :: Bullet!' I ri.i-b\, I"I >iclf : nianent chairman. 61lt'411 "(t.t. Wets .. Council! w .i- 1111\\ ii> I 1'\1 I' 1 1i '-

Other musicians are paid a small crop of bloom and fruit now or. strived diligently not to .show anv 'hall'lII.ln of h.. Itiadioni: i mn .ilso not yet been deterS self to un
fee so that most of the receipts plants in this county. partiality between the two iouu I, Board; ot I'tihlu In.stfiu i ,,,ii i, lill'l1I \ pat the proper procedure AD-O-METER, of the operatingi s'pt'I'.-*' I
from the ball will into the I Wti I r Millx 1 Iai'Loit' aiiniun. \ -
i" fill .
go i"
the
:Mond.n in Alathua Geiu-i' MM- th.'acaney on tould nut be done xv.ihout:
"
tie, and I have attempted 10 das ,. s sr "
With balmy weather prevailingup -
polio fund. .' I by the death of Mr. additional th. 'v i
I I much for one as I have toithe pital. GamrsMllf, whenh> 'i.id. I taxes in > >
fields
until .
Wednesday, ar "
George Kopelousos is county i lot the otlu.I ot i unlit I'N \ 1'io-bx who -. .
been critically ill for the past 1\\ 0 was just beginning I op said. and since the iei.i.Starke
other aI
chairman of the drive, while Mrs, white with bloom and fruit wa weeks His death was attributed se-sor in the May Pinna in-, /new tour-year term. I I.. ." ,. pay county taxes ,i-

J L. Anderson is chairman of the ripening fast. The mercury began The Senators have designate I: to aplastic anemia. Jackson has been local agent Advise of the State Department I a> city taxes this would m'

Mothers March on Polio. to drop Wednesday with predictions i me President of that fine bodj y I II Mr. for Central Truck Lines in Starke of Cducaion is being to determine S 'double taxation ('11\ ii .\ '"
sought
Crosby was born Dec. 14, -
|
for the 1953 Session The President i I '
of the mid-30's for Thursday :
of i LieutenantGovernor .11904 I __ _. fhe_n_ .son...n nf__ tho..._ _lat no>, .Phillin.....' .A.. since 1910 with the exception of if the appointee named t Ic< S.-.' for the support of the ho-p : ,
the Senate
morning, but a rain Wednesday I is r 'u'l' .
I It and Clarissa Bragg Crosby. He three years'rmy service in the fill the vacancy will hold off Irt- The City would be willir-t :
I of Florida and in A .
night came along just in time case: lived his .entire life in the Brooker European Theatre during World I for the remainder of Mr Crosby r"p: said. to help in SI'CUrlI: ):
OUR RED CROSS to lessen damage that might I something should happen to the I .
any I section wheie he was born and. War II.Jackson. tiuexpired term. or will be appointed -- 1,1' the hospital and niighi, .i I 00<
Governor. the President of the -
be done by the coM. I until his' last illness resided with is married to the former to serve only until a successor 1 the t property if it had! ,rii \ i I' .
Senate would then be Chief Executive .
During the past week since Jan. !' his family on the old Crosby home Margaret 0 Loudon. daughter of 'an be chosen in the ensuing elet I I i idle that was suitabli! t >,t
On the eve of the annual Red of the State. ,
17, growers have harvested 6011: place. where he was engaged in i A. G. Loudon /of Keystone Heights tion I ii purposes Furthermoi.I
Cross fund drive the Telegraph The honor of Pje.sident of ,
being .
crates' of fruit which sold at prices j I growangtubacro.. and other fanning andthey haw three sons: Billy: Monday'special meeting I I"i neved that the present\ i I'
has been requested to publish a i the Senate does not to xxa.- '
belong
me I would be willing to dt'lM !I'V.
ranging from $82S to $9.90 per operation Ton 9: :Mark. 5: and Bruce. 2. called to order by H P Morgan ;:.
series! of articles in order to give t I but belongs!: to the people whom I current, and water for the hn-ji' ; '
crate Gross for the The candidate the: Superintendent
receipts Mr Crlllbhad been a memberof 30-year-old is of Public his:
the public a better understandingof I represent >'ou. who have been sc I ltui I or at least supplv these 111.1* I t t'.
week were estimated at 529560. : the School "ndrd since January son of Mrs Carl Jackson of Starkei tion and exofficiosecretary '-
the organization and program of kind to the ot aBoard. II:: I cost. Bishop said HOXXIX-I,
me
I in past. By ocj : : ._.
1917. and hat. erved chairman He the First Presbytenan _
I as is a trustee in He
Up until Tuesday. the i read the
work carried output ) proxisic.n! of f II '
the
local
on ,
by j cupying this position. if I can only -5------ pointed out that such a< I<
II' of that body since Janimty 1919. I Chiudi and a member the law
had
been handled by local "pedj j passed in 1951 which
chapter. The first of this series I bring a few more: roads and benefits p-r the present Council would
He had also served I a- school I of the I.IIII\S Club and AmericanLegion nuts
dlers" but 'I the election of -114
354-crate a'ic.
appears below: Tuesday's ('h" II binding on future Count il-
to district and
I I my to the trustee for the Itrooker District i
i I man who
/ "shall
harvest have
This is brought a representativeof and exr- ,
Red h
our Cross youri people whom I repi esent, I will He was a member of the Baptist I all City' Attorney G L. I'm.'

and mine. You and I contributeand the Wihhnatski firm to the I I feel that I have i the powers and perforn, .11\II .. Councilman P L Brmdg''- \\ '
accomplishedmuch. Church and Pine Hill Lodge No I
we are entilted to know how Starke market. Whether or not I 9 F&AM Sportsman Club duties of the Chairman of a ",,1.1., I !"""" so present st '.- nn-et'i! ,?

is additional out of town buyers arrive tv School Board whenever th backed Ri.-t.. .
our money spent. who decides I have Li I up vies'I -
always fought the battle Be-ides hi wife. Mrs HaclI'm i For Boys Planned
:>
Chairman
how much money we will rai.e, here in the next few day of the old people, the school teach is absent from the OMHi I M O Han-el .\lrl11.l, IP! -

who decides how it will he spent, depends entirely on the weather j ers. and the man who has to makea ti\e chard children.Ciosby.Mrs he Carl is suivivedb Roberts;,'I By WOW Camp i' ty in which he resides or is ill ___ I Commissioners.1' d i tlui I I I.. .

how much is I and the speed with which fruit 'otherwise incapacitated or lllIlIlhl, I, \ the \ .
money spent for living by the "sweat: of hi? Stark and Richard, Betty Jo < ,.s maintenanii i i'I'( i 1,1

salaries, and who benefits from continues to ripen. I brow." A meeting to dl.'t'uss the organII to perform his duties as Chdirnai,, $ I'i hospital xxoul t, tu" \i u .i I
By being President of the Elaine and Hugh Crosby all olHutoker r Club foi of .
of r
IzatHln such
a Sportsmen
Red Cross hard : School Board"e F---- ability of the "'Ii i '", I'
our funds. Do we wantto If a freeze destroyed the State Senate it six .y
| puts me in a better ; brothers R G. Cros : -
continue h) have Red Cross boys under sponsorship of th e was moved by. H. A Law f-p 1I111o''sOme dt'inie, u u ,11'\s '\I Ipledged \ '
a present crop, it would be March i position to do more <(< than ever by. Gainesville. ('. K Cro.b y. ( ?I i "; .
IncaKH'OW Camp was held in thi i and seconded bj7i. S- by the ('I' Hi I i- !'
Chapter? How can we lose It? before heavy production could I before 1 for thn.cn-for wiiom I 1 F Westconnett B T, Crosby. Tam'' NOl'lna ttu ay )'
American Legion Home Thursdaj L. T Johns be nominated l the City should I"l williu,',,; i '
How. can we correct what we dc jet under way again. J have always fought as I will hav, pa. A D. Crosby. Starke, E. B. a- 'I.' \...
not like night. Jan. 24. j Chairman. However. ,, slime this oblig.. -n I" i if ""
? Mr.
These and other I _
questions I the (t'rosb\ ii
honor of Brooker. and L, 15 Cros
appointing all of th ''
E.; E Howcll of Omaha. Nebr.. declined the the benefits that 'iil.i .1.s i >I'
nomination "
will be answered in thisseries Committees by. Greensboro and sistersMrs. becaus. n *e
Pfc. six -
Lawson of the :
TrainsAs j Senate for th '
a representative of the Nationa,I the nature of Starke bx virtue h.r. r I''.,
his f
19)3: : T. J. Dukes. Lake ButlerMis. "mpl,,> ii.-n t
Session of the Legislature : located h. II. .
Jet Mechanic : Sportsmen Mox-ement. was present i-j f which % hospital ;
requires his
Our Chapter is one ot more than Most of the H. P. Gainey. Brooker Mrs absence t tim i U --
Legislation whetheior r to explain the advantages o f the I out that a ho.spiifa : xxmilil i -
3,500 such Chapters in the U S S :M. Mott. Brooker, Mr- R. J county from time to tun, -
or bid.( u is decided in the Com. ... -- -- the organization to youths am(d Mr Lawson P 1 '0'.0 iDi h the way a big payroll xx-hi n w n i .1 l lspent
making up the American National .., I ii 11 tee Room \waters. Uundee. Mrs. A L. eros withdrew him u,"I, in 'fttk, ,
n t -- their parents It is de":.gned tigive , ueu cross: wnicn under : t i\. Sr. Starke. an.1Irs.. L. H. consent of Mr Nr,
operates a '
.
', I fJ\\! nf '
tully realize that I have nia.l.Hitakes bring a eonstant -
15 ,t : d 1 'itt with adver-
to boy8 through years o man. and it I" f' 'I" 'PP'( [
chaitei J Putrh Lawtey was then
granted by the moved I by.
Congresyof I but these to the city. resulting n/, h"'
mistakes ,.
,
went age training in first aid. safet Mr Johns and! II"III//.: 1111' iges The City Council
the United seconded
States. Funeral weihe'Id by J F.
Through ,1't the head. and not of the services business for fillintrr! u.s' "
I heart marksmanship. wildlife t'tlnller'alinn '- Brown ice 'IIt1y,01.,1 to rent adver
this charter the U. S i is afternoon at 4 clock that Mr. Lawson be .
one of ,uid Tuesday in non F I restaurants hotels 01"" IAslM.'ter 1-
my only le.sire in life is to be \ and other helpful instrur liilpr1'ilt'geR! on the meters tcthe
inated!
Vice
70 countries of the world joined )j benefit to the the Biooker Baptist Church with Chairman. This' nn,. stores etc He pir.nrti'd Hii I, I'

together the eI people whom I I the Rev Earl Willis officiating tm"N lion was unanimntislv i Corporation at
by i arriedp.
Treaty of Geneva, I love' )live pastor. construction and "!Kiat II'! "
with and expect to die All boys the .,0i ,,"rIIpl'r month It i?
in per .
age groujm Additional,
)
I assisted Rev > prop
making by Barn siiK-tv! bii
the |
possible International! .. 1 A'lth I not m thi t' hospital would 11\\11 at t h- i
Red CrossOur ::1 am vindictive type ,Andrews Interment Delia I'ther'Ilh I their patent-. vsei i S ,in 5, nut t of < | nun\ expei, ted I hat I installation will br I,
of was in ,i' :,1,1'j I ,,'I, ,VII ., .1 additional I 'tts' mil I, I lex 'x i ,', i
person and I had rather have invited to attiml th. ,made, uithn, Ii",- next t I' xx xxeeks
local Cemetery under the direction oi't oigani/ati; f"l !M-I 1..1'n : urtv ill BI..dt"d I', lllllv .i'prcs.st ,j -
Chapter is headed by mv fnenJs in life than all of the I : '
; I"h
John A Toi' I DeWitt C. Jones. meeting d doubt a- t i ."' tJ. i '
ode. Chapter Chairman riches and gold

and W. B Sexvell. An Active pall beareistic in'ph BHS Cage Teams ,; taxpa.is .iIi'l,) ant "I' I
Guy Twenty
lrexvs. and E. L. Matthews. Vic Markley Johns years brought ago. my the brother honor I I'Z S I Mikes;. ,A L C'toshv: Home Demonstration Holland] SpeaksAt Will Play Live Oak > "ur""n

.J i' .Jann (Cui-Jn, \'.n; I )iiks F' (;es.rgi' K"\'I| I 'i I i. ..r"
Chairmen: Miss Lillian ',f T Li
Council
Stump. ht'ingPrl'lid'nt
of County
the Senat. ,\ i ; \i 'i. There 1 .. ,
Treasurer Li.i., \ n I i- ? onlg I eral mteie-ie.i. /..enu I ", f
: Mrs Kdward Hall, I to the 15th
Senatorial
District
Met In Brooker REA the meeting x.r S.1 m", II i I.'
Secretary The chapter organization but God in heaven Meeting The BUS xarsity boys posted
saw fit to take Pfc. Gaskins Wil that a numb i ,,: I I.,, u .. ,
also includes Jack Traxvick him I ixxo I 1\ illS this week. downing
away from us. and becauof -,' II. I '.iimtx: (.'mini'il nt! Ho'i!.i I .
Water I.-ton 2-42., and Kelterlmus would assist iii- h pll.d tst \ ,
Safety L H ofj|
: Gibson. First this
tvwere denied Enters ,,
this hon> Training I I"i' : ,1'.111"' Work mi"i Tuesdax .
Aid and .., -- 4.VIO in a reuim tithing OUI' 'III III'd\' '"""'"- i.
Accident Pievention: and I Augustine
only hope that
I can live s, Ii.i Community Center at
Mrs Mae %Wells S there The "B" team lost walj remind.I! I"'t'l" .II! >\,
member that game
of the ,
my people will ,
not! be deprived 1,1\ ith menibei- t runt th.
Board I was wortvin:.' I I- i foimm,
from Lawtev of this honor their first game after five wind
again. ,
i' in sent. !
The I [ to KI'I terlil/U) !, "B' 25-27 Tu.'sdayI| was n<" "" '", ", I'l' "
Chapter office is ill\ the was born and reared in Starke \\ K: Bigham piesidt ,
and the Junior box.' slructun.t t nntu u
Public Health Clinic building on Pfc Ewell Lawson Ji I son ofMi and Bradford County and (tlie> e l? I the business session niKhi. I High of

North Church ;Mrs Ewell nothing that I ,1011( two game- from Lake Butler operationuid
Street. Starke. and ; and Lawson ot can sa> about myself work were made b\

u staffed on Monday. Wednesday Starke has been selected for that the people of Union and \f, .- \: McRae for the SunnI lost to Lawety" Junior High I Foster ShiSMI i nidi: i .

and Bradford f Tin girls lost Wilhston last est plea t io i 'I. i : ,rd| t,. ,, I,
Friday afternoons by Mrs. training a- a Jet Aircraft Mechanic Counties do not already 'F- I t 1. uid Mr-. Bijjham II" J I
Ruth K'niav in a beau tbreak'r. 59-48'1 well it- im.ui I I mm s ,nI -
know.
Morse. Executive Secretary.who with the :3320th: Technical Tram' and on the record that I 1 Club
I I : x i-itors i.ld a good halftin hospital .xit I ),, ,' iI di/' ,
| have j'i'p.
\marilloFH.. matte
receives $30 per month. and ing Wing Aina in getting things done ;.: nstruttum progia
'. ,1 I but with the forwards hitting "unty md -. l hu..i 1 ,. '
Mrs Edward for : nan I'
Texas.In ,
hall Staff Aide nllo. my District, and my peopleI .1., discussed Mi :
and flue < "". it !II' .
more guard llIlllIg am -
who Sl'r't's'wlllwut accuracy 'C'' i,
pay. a letter to his parents this am asking every man. woman f) 11,5. and model th. ,
.: a bang-up job Bn,'Mo 'I je< i l Hiaid 1 ..t i ,
and
week. Col. Ray H Clark commanding -I child in the 15th Senaf! .ri;.; .. :U i i 'esrexue to f I"f I
.District .i' aged to pull even with VA'illi I,'iier;: spe.ikin/;: 'a l I..,.: I .
First Aid Course I offirt'r.s.i, .I.I"t.: are i| to support me in mracg 1) g lit. Council meet I I _
for elei' but fuull nt-ver :':') ah,'ad er sillie h. 1 h< i'i i-i.i'l.I -
happy to have your -on with u.c re- tiou to the S. nat t Slt I ".. LA
Certificates Given I V ,xlhs Mi "i kladhot :>,f p.iin'i!'' -. vast l.uid, I "J'l| i, \II, t.. .
and believe,' is fortunate to b. Humblxniii. IJ-O anned to hav .
t, rVi LIL.i in 1"'' ,'r"lIlI t ipp I i,1,' \ Out tn.it I 'I -i ti'i -.
assigned to this new and expanding (Charlex\: i "I,, .tJor ,i airanging tin I .,
Fiisi \hi Chanm*!! L II Gibson :1. -' "Oh'h, t''* points I sttied'r ( i. j I" 1'111.,11. '"
field of aviation. .
The jet I II' i .t1l1 The lads-
ol thi Uralitlri I County Chapter I'lul }' !kd P 5' .
.1- \114121" point- I might r in .Inn." i "ithi ,
,
tiamees undergo Intt'llsitram i iing H. M. Richarde ,. "It:.: ideas and t' i : ,
ol tlii American Red Cross -' "
xain.: again-1! Uilli .fl' intialI n 11. b\ ., :' ,

announces that the First Aid clam' attending classes six hours perida ';; New High Priest S 1'", II :gi't. ready for th'.i 1 m !1 ,. I IfH ;aI, jumped mtn tt,. th'- kimi. H, ,1"I | i I' r

; \ si\ days per week. i j j 1.11 "i' ::1"\\1! -.hi'! in June.
sponsoted b\ the Stare:: Business I .. .. Vl of .. .
lead in the nr-t pcrio l ui I \ u lIt .1 r. t --, fl'.I'| aflecr .
and Piofessional Women's Jerry as he is known to fri.'nh'ilere. Of Arch Masons Ai.: th. 10., : ,->ss meciinj.:
Clut 4 'I' I If I ,li.If,'! III'a,11(1 showir-: ,ju :III .u' Stdt- 'Jf ,1:1': i 1.I'd'! i
"
'
graduated from BUS last \ i I Vi ir' t'nJ"% j u. 'i"indancf :
was 23. F.vu.;: a .
completed January proved: floor in Mi i-._ and tospitil :.oui/ : IHI .
Iol: Richarde j at! 11 gam ; ; i MI. /
I -pring gUll ot t the III t of deiuu'' 1"iii 1.. '1 ruffetit .'i', !Hill -; I'--
lug classes have been held each I Farm I'll lami \\ ; ssktu- sun s Elw'I" i tebound,. work "' faxabl.' pi [,, rr,iTiie.sdix ,
installed .. 'h. \
was as High Pri.stof style.uZ' '.1 I 'r': .i
Wednesday at the high sch.K>Ii'..1 Gainesville ; Mi ni.i Mis i \\ 4 CikinH; .t I nij'ht m Ft Augustm-:;' : I hrs' ik do.xn ti.- :t"- i itu J' '
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"arkr-\o 2 R. I :
>va: t-i. '' ; .i'
building since October 10 Th, Billy Cressler J St irk' ht- A The i' : .v'on piogi ,ui, .x .1- pre- f .
lo al- tn
Arch :Masons in cerfmoiues al 'nnpletf' .lib .'rp.tH.. 'lI' .1, I", '. -'. I,. FIaughtThturs'Iay ; tni found reveng.iii! beating-:; < "ii'i'x itn d. ,

following have been recommended:. : On Merit List the Masonic ', Force Training; at t Lie kldnd AF'B :i'ntt"; .1. an mlt'n'"llIIg) an: in. .kBetween I Kelt*'riinu- 45-40 aftei, lnini{ t< '-\ ,1" th- mnr .." ot S1- -
; Temple in that cut'Tuesday. \ 'J: la-t xx 11
for ceitificates: Mr-. Maryoi I 'San Antonio, Ttxalie has beitiansteired (.r f"Td' t: ,\ manner by MiAlice them at home Ja-t Avk Th. h''-fdtdl fa' dun i I ,, ,, '
Jan 15. ,
Arnold Mrs. Mildred Doyle Mrs i t As a reward for superior acad:. Horne Grand Master Cleveland of Masonry R to Ruston La. wilt t lJ"I;;. ot Florida Pawei & Light I' crowded the 2"I KKA rfnd!I j.3.'HI- ',,uimoxeiflowed ,, .pecplt- t.,,-, 'r............ .n......c" t UCU i_."...(.k.- 'II, M al... "L.".1"lIl,a. ..," "-.!...,.* /'!u.ntr......u,..'.'.II..'., ""H I 1! -' .

Desta Djal. Miss Patricia Lambe. nuc work and excellent deport j in the State of Florida and Past: he will have 12 weeks of 11.1 I k e" "Ii Light Conditioning III th int-i' fie! t'd n ','I tm- but the locals pull". out A victory .".'' that <"" I. eii!1..,i iin

Mr Helen Malone. Mrs Margare t: 'typi-t schooling.His Home Sh showed a movie. the last '. ', nf'M'l\I \Ii .
i 1 t meut during the fall quarter.Billx Grand High Priest of Arch MaSons i annualv.'ui' Luuui .."na -" x' qu"rt'r'rnkl"r v.a : -< \ ;.pi.r J ,

Miller and. Mrs Mildred Sapp. (Civsslei son of Mr and Mr I. I of Florida. served as installing new address IS: Pfc Jai.Ie- "Fath. r Sees'ie: Light and point- ed at noon ar.l wa.; ifl'l'! m"tpl' high scorer AT-I : Ii point.. f.l l i F ruiJ.i j s ,11' i I. _' \A. "" I

Teachers for the course were MnKate : M I W i W .: id out the >>rrect feature of lowed flojuH i\ KUTinn F t,'. ,
Crt'ssler of Ga.sknis ,
Starke. has been i officer. AF1442T897. Fit. ::3'> cake and! ," .* >d t'.g. -T\ei .1 rutnr/ i ', '

Sheppard Mr*. :\1.dgeIc. i, named to the merit li-t of Emory Other Royal Arch Masons from :3473il hool Sq Ui PolTec"h i 1 Ianiand tn. proper placement by by the pit ladies i-t the K- \ -.u'" PTA (Conwav Ai ith ID I e-n-h ', h the t 1.-//[ ", ,....- I.

Donald and Mr Gibson I atOxford.. Oxford. Gas this | In-t RII"''':-. l.d 'I i lamps i ,' "11 room Shi tiKi'\ '' 'I Bill. Wil.jiewith II po d! Count '. ., r ,."| ., ,
vicinitybt) were named t Cserve how the Mm i At the dose of U. ILI' ngab'Hit .
Bradford light fixture- tan b. l-'i) <; tiam but 'IHI .
County organizationor I Merit they c i' i th- .1 i, -
students are granted ad I.d I. on committees for the 3fi' Wet'a'.vard"i\ ;:
year u-ed bdre pnze-
on light bulb- and howtu
mdi'hlualsho are interest< mui enough scong: pun' '1' "- .
; -it. _
ditional ( M I
privileges as long as they were J A Williams Keystone Rites MondayFor prize. an el. stryauct

in 'skin:: either the Standard otht r maintain their hitjh lonxert an old lamp u-mg/; a T.huggest kei[, h' Ir reiord prct ;,. r irtr, ,' ',I -,' .. ,. -
scholastic Heights J
: E Harder. Bert C'h'i-1": :'" -
Brooker. .xent to
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thret'
,d : C. W. Denny -\salight! bulb Th. I'tr.i'ir . .
Advanced Red Cross First Aiur standing and good behax'ior! .I' R Ch.tH'ii ai.d John L.Vil : H' fly'1 i r 'f-t- 'I

< may ,',)nL..tIr.. Gibsoai n Miss Domthx Ross Ht.rc: r'n. 1'l:u-, fropButler; 42 I.. If.' ,. .,.
Billy was .n "I' 29 stiuiei.ts rr ham- StatF'.trn.. ,
ami
Freemar. Funeralervue- fm ('I Jim, on-tratjon Avery Inn NowIn :;0 .: ;-, ,. .
B us1 "ii High School :jeeixmg thi-? r"'g"1\1t1on Regu-:, .hSterk1': Ag.nt. asked Ray .cr 1- : .or ,a1,.' ,' :

Willis Denny. brot'S"rmlawlrs "f P. ;' T' .,, .
: tTl"t' Agr C'ulturoI Ext-i. New Location I r. .t3 in I.a.\ ..I.'t "f I- ;. 'i

:\ W. IL Nollman of Star k.,. :, ,'n ::eni.e, to, explain the 4H try r..."; "! .\-1,.:... !1"11! 'u. "-,-ty.wj, | a :0 ,I.

A\AS TillS WOMAN: Dr. Freeman Hart Andrews PaysQualifying were held at the residence. I 119 Electllfwatlon that will! annnuncis the !scourwith, 11 : .
( Program :\Ir 1.- A\ "rx pom' atnt-I- :' iert 0/, >.1. : ,: .

\0(' ? ''E.: 33rd St., Savannah. Ga. Mi,on-1 I be initiated the this Inn ort I-ake Butler aid ('I. .
I Rotary Speaker :t: county yearin opening .t 'hf r.-w Avery tall..y r a Fan'ar> : :h. .
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It xxds 10 a.m. Tu..Jmorn.- i FeeGuy I lay afternoon at 3 o'clock. : S :301 ju-t north (if the city led! .\ U: in the La-' "Y gait.- i.j by'A ,.' I.r '

of Dr Freeman Hart piote-.sor; ofi I Mr. Dtr.ny was a druggist: Fire limitIt i.s located in\ the building Te.gr :- a:1 J %' ir"I. 11:. t, ,'. ... '
Ing anti >ou \\err cniiiiiig/ out Damages .1um1, e .[ .
] Savannah formerh housing the De.' : I I.- ; i/ J- .!' }I"- d tt'.
and "
i had also been
Humanities Ute 't ron
at Cniversity \-.d 4reA- .
a corner lrug store, caring a < iiiiiiilate *"oiCongress : P. E. Griffis Home .. ty sge" .,'" ,. '
i Drop Ir.n xvhich has been ron. : .1 T.' -.a'., ._ I l..'.r ; i1i
UrW, gray' skirl xxithxhite Florida, was guest speaker at tht: :; frlll': the new Eight!" i nt'Cted for many years with the
!Ipletely remodeled art, *'& Ii '-it.'iI Butlers bt9 and girl will! come 19i3 bljd-' '_ ",' r d> i .'!
blou*. black shoes. and also District has qualified with th
| Rotary Club Wednesday discussing 't city dispensary. I A fMm* un, '.-- bdong. to P I
} Ia bt. :. i'i h'-re for return games Bra wearing!: a chartruese sweater.If 'i Secretary of State by paying his l i' His nmE Gnftis rtii-l) located near the 1 I MrAxrpx "
widow who ,
fellowship and friendshipphases survives ." -' ... |
and rh. ,
boys i l"i-st 'I" .
g.rU o.i > ,
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J'Utl will stop b)' the Bradford l. ', qualifying fee and party Is.ment Sleepy Holl..w Motor Court nor > "' "' .: 'j i'

of the Rotary organization : is Mrs. Margaret Hamrick Den Iny. I .' ... i"'i < fcr.' fhr.-'n, -. .I. I .: ," '
Count totaling $625I : xa : !1,1 '
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Telegraph .X I .t .
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pick up two passes to the n>>- The speaker was introduced by Andrews is waging an aetiv< daughter <>t 'h, lite Mr S TI I tion *'v fire at":. '.. !I' ::*' :; ,r r..11 I 1 t"_', 'Co 1 1 : ,' ,
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rida Theatie to see anx "ne of Judge E K. Perryman who had i, campaien! and h%* already visit.,< La. "_"1 I day CrV tin3ia..c F.r.:. LJ- .' I A': ." I" :; r' .
I I fo-r .. lefeal\ -ii-l trb! t- .,'.' .:,-. .-. 'i'". '
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the current pictures pUing.I !: 'I charge of the pogram )j,'i ..... p. 'r'., (..- the distri, : I daughter mi r.' 1, r" anv. !: ...(! ; .'ii'.''! .\ >; f: : ( ,, .. .' .:-,.. j> : N5

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUVTY TELEGR\PII. STARKE, FLORIDA

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hiM hay b-n toad asrain .r run inthe :I r.-i idMi'and '
iddrei -
al.! ...x..amed; Court ,,. < !"nkn"xxn Clerk of the Circuit Court I .. --
Bradford i J
County TelegraphESTABLISHED aqd auemd Y n ire hereby not ted that a I 1y iCh.irlottt X c .
PINE LEVEL toil ire required t'* -er\e a sort f oir Di\or.e and rent.. .\tion of ) Myrtle T Deaver. Deputy Clerk i! Yn" ,, ; lee i I I
".px of '' I -.h--
Your answer or pleading I.> 1I1.11'1"n aflame has been filed' agun-t l : 4t N 1 !'I-' : j

; hiimpl.tmt IIn the Plaintiff's At- ., ,: .. '. .. .. .
the _
1879 E. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR you in ahn\ I t ,
L Mrs. r + nirdour' \ I. 'd.r ; '. ..
By II. M. McRae .J % h H. oTicmoppnu 11'
I' I..y. nt I
Douglas. .
505 L.n'h .
I( and cause and \1 a' required la' Circuit I I ; I .....:. c .t:1 s ,_ .I: .' ; .
I Ihuld.n: ;. la.'k onxille, Florida and Court lira.I ford County 'it.- !> r r"n n .r' '. -
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Entered Seond II tilt. the ti serve a c.tpx .f x nri.I, lorlilsiIn. ChnnrrrT.l tn serve .l ropy Of ynur an.w..rr w.- n M 1:1',1( I '
Published Every Friday and as I: .nginal in the off. e -
SHtH ?f the !'w"r or pleading t. the ,. "I. ad-ng) t t the .
> '!.'I i k of the i < 'mpla'nt, \ 1 : .__. or'pl.u i i' nn ther !
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Class Matter at the Post r l. Office at Starke. Fla. Re :. W E. Hall filled his teg I fr.th.. l >th t'irruitDort daof an or beo n the Plaintiff- .\tt"rr-x T i r tJI.!, :- \ ' .. .\ graph
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February 11! ;
; landrum, Stark.Flor.l ', I. I ..
i \n d f' .1 \ I : nI
ular appointment at Pirn Level otherxxisfi i"iniil.unt'' the allegations of said the original In the "ft.. f 'I.! ..'i.... I. \1.1..1' \ '" 1 I ,1 .1 i I "I! \ .

Baptist Church Sunday morningand ).1'U. wllb"\ taken a. confetti Clerk of the Crrcuir ('""., i- i I I ..: .. I!

i Member | 1'\ % 1952 evening with a large attend .ad This xxeek notice for shall four be published.. once fore the 4th the da-.t. illeeitin-Flt 'i > x.f I Iotherwie I'-t" I: i "

1 ance. Two hundred and nineteen in the Hradford "nse( utiwxxeeks Complaint will l.e t.tI.n I
i Count Telegraph -
were in Sunday school. tensed I hv you I I "
% y *1JM> For S1*: Months I Pated this 17th This notice shall ".> 1" l.Ii-h. I --- -
SubM-ription $2.75 Annually / 1 Dinner guests of the H. M Mc1, '-.:. day of Januar'I ) once each week fur fn'I; ",,",, -*??' I. .

Raes Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. j I ((OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas weeks In the Brad rd ." .,, 'v T'. ',. I Our Everyday Low Prices Save You Money !

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Courtesy Wins Friends For Florida And You! !i. Earl Goodman Mr. and Mrs. V. E. ,IE"y Myrtle'lerk T. Deaver.of the Deputy Circuit Court Clerk graj Plted h this Jnii d.O\ I'in i.


Florida visitors may be more economy-minded this year '' Thornton Mis J. \\'. McRae Benny 1.1. 4t 2, 10 OFFICIVT.::;;? SK\U A J Th'" i 1- .

but will still than billion dollars to the McRae and Mrs John SchultZ ; \s Clerk ofaid iHv "" .
they bring more a ,'' 1nTll"1 l : OP 1TCTUlTO .
Mx-Me T. Drawer, P' >'itxc,
and ) |
daughter Mildred of Pittsburgh Kir.isiru: : riciiiiuisMR .
state if the pace set last year is continued. 4'
Ni.ti.t i iv h..r..t.y l
Pa. Mrs. Schultz and KIX.M tint th'IIIF '
These visitors have a right to expect and are entitled to :' <|.'r.tinil, iimler the ]>r"xisi"n-<
daughter arrived Saturday for a of 'ha,,""t .'0.:.-,;; I.ut'f Florida, ""OTICr. TO .uprn
something for this tremendous outlay of tourist dollars.; Of I)'I ,'Isitith the McRaes and other .\tts ..f I'MI! will rt-gi-n. firth the to Cirrrtit ("_rl. IIr.II..rol rant. .

unmatched winter climate ,,1.It'rk ..r Ih.1) I'm int court' and rLriAa : I. Chancrrr.P.n.a .
of Florid in .
course they'lI1et a share '
t f friends here. i fo.ra.lford: "r.'iintx'_ Siii.' ..t Flow Dile K Mitch- 1 1. ;

and an eyeful of its plentiful scenic attractions. Hut; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender were !I da ii|''in i't' "II.t| .: fI..f ..puhli-- Fitzgeril.l, :Molire '
i.itnm "I tin- .. "
| n..ti" e. th f"" tin .Unamt -
there is something eke to which they are entitled if they are recent guests of :Mrs.: ft' rnn.y l-ltn.l( Apartmentslimit \ T. .tppear..
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Fenders'I .. T Ke I IPeo
to enjoy these attractions to the fullest extent. That "some- i parents :Mr.: and Mrs R. I -- r at nhih imli! ami I 1111 1'hur'.n t-nn.iu:MSt.1 HI .I.'hl-ukKl.i -ine \X ll'i-.. r." '1' ,. ',,1: "


thing else" is a simple little thing called: "common courtesy." of Theressa. i known Y." ''I' r..' ,,\' I, ,

On this subject Russell Kay who writes a Miss:: Shirley :McRae: and brother j t.fiiKe H 1'Inpfy) .xn.r. P O I r' > > ra "
all-important '' li.\ .t'i-; .\ Rt 1 I. Mirk.. FI,.. -M 1.. ir ''

column for weekly newspapers thruughout the state com- Benny celebrated their birthdays I I iMtnl, this, llth d.\ u ..f January (' ,.. ", i u-I".r.. i .1 i '1"" !
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'1\ !1'I' at -' irkIradfnr,1 "i ii
together Thursday night Jan. :, .,1' .
ments follows Col.lltX! F'6.rni.1! Ve i -
as : I ,. .
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117 at tIle home a' I" id -
of
citizen of Florida their parents, 1 II Iturll'C ". 1 .
Through the exercise of courtesy every ; III i Ij' > PI:im' \ ", "

can make a sizable and worthwhile contribution to the advancement :\Mr: and :Mrs.: B. ::\McRae.:: About nr ITITIOTH: "\ .f i. T' nritrnltl i-.; :.lr i -. I i i iI I..". ; 1 Quantih Rights Reserved Prices Good Thin.. Fri. Sa< ? Jan JIL'VJGiK (

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75 guests enjoyed this occasion inr.i"init ricruioisoin: th, Coint4th .., .
welfare of his gay
and state. costs
Courtesy
you Notne I- h.'r.''by isix.ii that the .. ,
oJ"r. F. hrrrl xxxie Cha-oc: unborn With S.OO: or More (droroillrclei'<< )
nothing and yet it pays big dividend Assorted cakes and fruit and r-iRtit-d. un.I.thl' pntvlclun.< Ii.. 'l"I'\"al.n-' '
of Chapter ?Oii3! :! .
No matter how humble your position in life you can make i ia punch were served the guests Ads i.f llil.! will Law register.f with Florida the Pl' int%...ii,xM be t.ilv. '11.x "

others being courteous. Those 1'Irrk of the "ir.uit Court in and Thin.Mi.. e ..1i,:ill I I- t, ,| Lb. Can
tremendous Tony Gonzales
impression on by played the pianc ,, for liradfitrd: Count'. !SLUT of Flori .
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en h xx ark fir f. '
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who develop the habit of being courteous are happier and getmuch i and group singing was enjoyed: I da ration. upon of receipt this tiotne..( .proof the fiititiousname nt publi- n-ek->h in the nra.lf.i i i xgm '.r. 0 F F E E I 9c

more out of life than do those unfortunates who failj-I I .. .' <,( Colonial Florist underxhnh l1\.1) .d this :?n,1 l .1 x uiI1 r Limit 1
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to cultivate the habit and go through life with a :selfish attitude OUIIIK I'UIC.\t" the[:>soit Milu Station 111' T\\l of many> :I/, 4i J :'I.na-I I am enRaged Staike. in Fl..t.usine.-, at i.*-'.Fri'-r\i.;: < f\J.I.A n.. 'an

to the feelings of others. ..f toy f..it.'ltl- that I run for County y Cxnthii S. hunt itttinr. Stark... \ I I..rl;: .)( !-allf .', "

Tar"r: again, and after rare Fla:' I Rx Af\tle) T f.aP"I"" \ ". -
The cornerstone of a great'many successful businesses: : i fill ii.iiMri.ratii.il.i I have derided ; lMt.it 'hitlth| dac: ,,f Taninrv ,
; 'offer mv ,...lf a>. candidate to :' .\ r. I if..'. .it U'Ir. Hradtord;.1 1 t "I' Fla. Crystals Fcty Park
large and small be traced to the consistent exercise of for the \1 I L
can I ;.L..t.. impi.rt.int office I am there i I' ''.11111"' Flornl i \"IICI: 1n \I'I'I\lC "DON ) 1)1 ( I\. U1 leMAYONNAISE rf resh

courtesy. People like to do business in a shop or store where I f..if. asking ,- the cute and support of I I llllt 2 I Ii In Circuit ('....rf. Itr.idfvril loinilFlorida > .

clerks and attendants and courteous. Tourists and 1 th.. 'tu.ilifi.il tours at the coming' : In ritnnrerjr.Itixid SUGAR
are polite ;\ li n .n\' and ( :Initial Klettnm n..1 I IM' "n I( : 'I'(I tl'IMMK I:.-hrrt Smith. PI.until/ '

visitors like the community where public officials and ordinary tfnllx. In rirrnit Ct'urt. llrailfunl County Kl-ie Muie Smith. I'efendintCas.

K \\ MVVKS; Candidate ,,11'IDridn: : In ( h.inrrry.iColoii .. Nlce ? .

citizens are friendly and cooperath for Ta'l1'.1'.1': I C. Thomps.ut. rlimtiff.s I >.( To \ |>i>rnr:

tf'i .\nntttt. !1'irktr Thonips IVf..nd- T.> Elsie: ) Marie !Smith xv
No matter how much the Advertising Commission spends
ant 1..1..,. Xo SSS4 resid.... I is : 103t: Kist I n"i +
to increase tourist travel to this state, this investment will i NO'IK'nin AIMM: ui I t.llr In .% ...p."P.1111" Long He.nh. R. ('all fnrnia 5C Ibs 45c
In 'Ir..1t (ourt RriHlronl County, T,, .\ "" Parker Thompson. Ton are hereby notif I thi' <
be lost if you and I fail to make our visitors feel at home' !'11'IIIrid.. : In ( lmn-rr. I hose rtsidfii. e I iLunther Citv snit for Divorce has '.... n 1' ; i

when arrive. i'iHian.i I'nidiilii. also KIII.W a*. I'i.an. CeolgiaTon against wni illthp a'n t'. i
they I'liitliili. Plaintiff. \ :\i. RohlI| r. are hereby notified that a Com and ('auand x .n i ari .

Florida with all its natural beauty, its sparkling lakes, I'it+.luh.. l >rfndaiit: : suit for fi'orl'p.ha been filed I'Il1ir..1 to serxe a ....ovonr' .I i is'wer \ ,
No J H '
,' .. > against 1 t-an (it-I MX n) H. tJ i iCherries
.t. X. 114 I yon in tinabove named or pleadings to tti" mph-n'"
flowers, palms and sunshine can quickly lose its glamorous I i :\Dflre 'lit \iirir. ]| Court and cause and you are re- on the plimtiffsttorr .., :/.i.li II I Full

appeal if its people fail to exercise courtesy toward its guest i I .T.i' :Nn. 'hoUs CO l'in.ll1li. nuns e quired to sense a copy of your an- Pouelis SOS: : T. .nl'h Built .:-. Ii i, Il can 23c
i r -.j.n.. > and address |v : :,.11'.1' I saver or pleading' the complaint -.milli\ Florida and tie il'" I

A surly policeman, indifferent store clerk or grumpy, i .l-t St rrrtrw: Yolk ,'il, XeV.ik \\ tin the Plaintiffs xttornex' K K. original in the office of r1. Clerk 1 Pint 9 17-o/. G'! Muelnun: \ppi

i ll'errxm.in, Slarke, Florida, mil filet of the Circuit Court !10.-.1 I wo.la
oti I
sullen citizen can do untold harm to his state or communityand Von ar- hereby notified that 1 I'' the .original in the office of the Clerk the 4th day of February', 1 1"' '. ..th. Sauce g11.I! 12k
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-nit fi I Uirore> ustody and run of the Circuit Court before wi-.. the .
drive prospects who might have become substantial 1 on or allegations of -.1 C .M I Jar .
away teal. of minor .'hiM. .-r. ., has been fit-I I the llth daxof Fl'hruarUi: !. plaint will be taken as r .111',1| i 1.\ -i- LoS \, .''. I P, .1 ..
investors and permanent residents. i; .l against von in the above named [' otherwise the Allegations of slid
Court and iaii-e and you are required Complaint will be vonThis I Butter 29c
I' taken as con- notice shall be published gl.
On the other hand, a courteous filling station attendant ; to. serve a ropy of your an- | fessed by you. once each week for four --s-HIM I i I

who greets the stranger with a smile, gives directions cheerfully -utr ..i |pleading to the <-om|>liint i I This notice shad be published week in the Bradford c, tr T..1.l "
i.n thePlaintiffs Attnrn > T. Fran I once each week for four consecutive graph

and shows an interest in the visitor's problem, makes a Laiidium. Sl.irUFlond.i, and file1.the weeks in the Bradford County Tele- TViter this ::tst dixof "... n''''. I
uriRinal in the offiie of the | graph. milOFFICTXT.: With $5,00 or More Grocery Order
lasting impression. Because of him the visitor forms' favor '!
a Clerk of the Circuit Court on or hefme -i i Hated nnth day of Jinuary., SE\M .\.J Tit"i

able impression of the state, the community and the firm tin Kth d.iof' Kel'iu.in 1 r! ::;,2. .,.- Clerk of the Circuit iMxrtle '.., 1 I

otherwise the allegations aid I I (OFFICJ.\T. SE\L) A J Thomas Pr T. nearer; Pepufx' i ''1. 1I;
that employs this type of attendant.The I Cinnpiaiiit will he taken as cutfr.ced !- Clerk of the Circuit Court. lit'1 I

courtesy movement that is now sweeping the stat ;' This l.\not you.Ire halt be publishnnre e a I RxMxr'le T. Dearer Deputy Clerk I '
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: in \PI'I: \n
got its start when the Florida Power & earh week for four consecutive In .. C
Light Company ': weeks in the Ttiadford County Tele- I irruit Court llr.nlfnril t'mirlt.riil.i i Lg. Box
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NO i HI: 10 1 I-IM \ U ; In ( ha11TPyy
adopted the slogan "Courtesy Wins Friend for Florida the i graph. ''In fi ,
O.it.il this Ifith day of .lannnix. (rruit (niirl.. Ilnulfurd.n.t ii-l rilis Hilimire P'
TIDE
Company and You," and put on an intensive; campaign to 19a: ?. ;' I'lnriila: In ( hanrerjr.Flor t''. I'.lll.; I I'll?.ll.elh Mll'lll.. Limit 1
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: \ln\ 'n.l in' f..i :\ ,
OKFICHT
PKM.
) A. J ThomaClerk S't'
promote courtesy among FP&L employees.The of the Circuit Court I II.Iiu.l-; I'"dalll \otire T. \irar| : ,

Miami Police Department took it up and the sloan} ,, i Py Mvrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk' L I, \ntlre T. tpprar.T. '01-. >,i s>i T., ...' te-idenct Edna Klizal'tth. i..' 99 rtn" IIh I.sI Please !
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minus the __ ? MX .i i I IL'm"ta. :Nexx York
"company" was:: adopted for the American Legion in 1"har: r.-siilt, I i- I-nkii"\\ n V .11 ire h.'P I b x ,t l
National Convention. Then the :Motor Club NOIKI; KIrrnu .,
Tampa broughtthe I In (irruit ('mirt. llrinl fi.rit County, You irherelix' notifi.il, Tint i f r.>ior.h '
'Ult for )PIX..I re in.i .'ar '. .'ti-t.'dx i I., .n (1',1' 1 i .
to the West furlilii I In ( -- -
campaign Coast Tampa's Police Departmentfell : knavery. { '.. ,
I 1.1"1 \\'. ,,,I. M! I II!. I. and "iitrol ..I' "iniiior' 'hill 1 h..- I.et-ii n. named i -
in line and now with the forceful backing the State Rnll.nm.u i >,*,".! ; i id,, ib.rinntiff I Driincl-1\[" Riled I i I it.iiiis| tn1 in ihe jl.oxt. lined x ,HI ar.> rt. 'iinr| ." I >1'1 PilMnnVs Plain or tied -RiSillb Dixie Darling Enriched
Court and x' ''ii an-" o! i t I
and I'
enterprising Clubs of the Fourth District A ant Advertising AF Notii-r Topprnr.. i I .d to sine a copy if your 111. ".t's, ': i

and Governor Warren's timely proclamation. Floruliansreally To I l.i ikiiin.ii i i 'Sum:ii Moeilello I :lansxxer or pleading) to the Cot -- \ it'
plaint on the Plaintiffs .Vt,)rnt>,Lc i ng. 1: I ". BREADFamIly
\\ r i 'IfI"II." ;I Mil( Illlll -- I I--: NO1J
should become courtesy-conscious.! ,\\Miiii <;e..in. V. fan-1. Fume. |I Px' in T Kxan. and Neal D E\'an. \ .1,

]It is much easier be You are herel.y notified that a | .Ir mi r.-ixx" F.r.-hanga Piiilding. i I' .1 I ,, .I' FLOUR
to friendly and courteousTry! it and suit fin Iiivone has betn filed ]',IJ.k. nU\.itl... Florida and f'le! thIn -: .' 1 ?' til." ,

see what wonderful dividends it payAlupt as your oxslogan 'n 'airain-t ton in the above named |lof Iriginal; the offi<.e ror the ri<.rk: I..' :. ,1 eLq\ .
the Circuit Court on or before the I I'IX

"Courtesy Wins Friends for Florida and You." Court| and to serve rau-e a and ropy you of your are aw.r re'finied -- i llth dar- o. !-'...I.rllan11. ">J, other -_ I I .". '. ,,.' ,'",. I.' .' 12c
n i "r |pleading 1 to the complaint .. .
the nntiffs! Attorney. T. Fra I will lie taken as confessed hv I. I ';
= on T' '. ., 'J I '"
I..u.drum. tnrke Florida and file i y 011'I' .
Ill Men's Clothing 'Mi.. of, "dntI In the office of tI'I.Ik I Tlli notice .hill he published ono ,., .:
> .
ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1S91AJrerliumr IIIII : ( I .f the Circuit Court rn or .... ': ( week for four oon"ecittl"UxftU \." .,' p.! ,1 1 I xi'

I f..i. "1., l 1'tli .1., \. ..f F..rllar. 1<>:,2u ; in HIP rtritlf'trd CoiintxT. -yo i', "_ I W..ld.1i '! 'I.
...1.. .. tl.. illegal of said. i i Ignph. i -
: ] ins 3
i '.1"1,1.I n' u ,ill be taken as con-'I l .1'.11..1 It.- 1 l"'li, .1.1 n. ,,f Jinnirx', la'lii1FFh; Tissue rolls 23c
1 i x' sr\i! : I r1 Pound
1 --, il 1"u.. .' .
TIt-I tii'i. hall he publishedi ([ (OFFICIM. fjrjxn: A .r ThomaClark I. | >1'1. t. .
at e No I Can MIN'On(I'I
i. i a' heik for four consecutive.k I of the 'Cir.Miit Coq, | nx MX r I' 1 II \ 5 4 9c
Py Myrtle T. [Peix-r Deputy Clerk t'I I I II IOTirn
u. 1 in the r.indford County Tele- 1 Sauce can 16JcNo

From where I sit...fy Joe Marsh haphi i 'it.. .1 tinloth, il.n" of .Iall.lrr. 1 /II 4' 2 1 1 I \ or iNin\ini\ Pkg .

,'" .. '''lIn: in \prK\u IHX.IMKH nniiiuiHMI 305:! Sink' h T 1
1
II- Circuit \nnre Is hereingie,.n that .
--4 --'FFlf'1.\. ; | Court IlradfwrJ Cotintr.
i" :SEAL) A. J Thomas: Limas
25c
rinrldas In Chaiipfr. 01"! -tlltlled' lltld'T til" |ll oxl- can
Clfik of the Circuit Cnu rtrk.Ifaadt.
| Cinii: I'Ln'Tlff t-, ":..ton hipt-r I..m if Flornl
Ed Got Red Hv, Myrtle T. Dea\ei, Deputy' Clr i i I ;.n n. P'.f.'nd.mi ..1! t 1'141 x\ ill rem-tt' \\ ith lit.9'sft .
1 IS 4t 2'8 .
'..1X,. 4 : of th. Cm, '"It C nirt, 'n\ .ullr /, !
'' i ieipt
|I' \pprar.
In 'I Hie (irruit four nf I'leriila{ Sugar ( tired Small Si/e Smoked
,
TO Kston: .. of I..f of huh! ,
i tliien:
In His Own "Hot Water"Big ilihlli: Juiliri.il (irruit In \n j 'I- I IlklloXX H"-tl' e the fi"
I'nr nnlli.ril i.iuin. In ('h.inrrrr.i'i .
,
You are herehxnotified 1",if a I Tr. e Inn untln '
n \iiopn.ni .f 1.1" M 1-:11111" .
: .. lui-'iies-" \\
nit for Pixoue c
I hah filed.iKaint
I1.ldin: a irni'irI n ..

Ed started a 'Tar.Yourwent without all week enJ-tliaHilP : I lir'Ihi.tntr;ib.ixi nf ii.mi.lorida( ii itiiiioi To:c nittitali : ,I Court. and xou cause in the and con a Ii"nam.\ are requtr-ed M K,1'.1\1 like. h'1ont t t-j,! i Picnic Hams 39c

rrl to wee a I P.i' il this\ I' LB
1'11"r ins w erhe
campaign la..tt't'k .
and Commissioner's among them. it > nt. \\ h.lIam. ;iddii--. I'.i- I I 1"1' pleading to the "lI\tI.\l1\1 on \ r. 1'.-,.>. :
- .1. in ;md nh<'n';:ilioiit- i I' unknown. ,',
ended up a ith a slightly red face. Seems Ed forgot to pay his Lill.ld's IItl11'iiIl1:1S PlaintiffAttornex C: k Perrman > >"!'tx FI"II.I! 1

.
Starke: Florida md file he'rk I-
: been our Water Commis- : : n aii>'at'<- In that: I
From where I SU, Ed's mistake", .It.llll .mlli.u pending in original in the offiie of the ('Ii' '
thelnfthc
sioner for ten years, and for ten l Circuit Court on or before th eOT1CT: op 1TtTIO'lo
;i.s one we all make at times We Cir. nit" >.111'1. Kijrhth. .I\III..ial Cn- ''llth daof Fehruarv I1"..' other. Ur.iJ..TJU rU'lfJIIII'11

. years now he's been Retting riled i Hit. In ,IIH. F..I tiadf.! id Counn; '.. wise i the allegations of said' Cornet Notice i I- herein gixen tiltltnlersiend Superbrand
are too quick to accuse others In Chan, i"M. win 1'. Itt .Inhnes| plaint will be taken ,
.oiifesser nnd- the '
slow as t pr
up over payments of bill...
<:ddin and hiwife. Itrnad'
'te forgetting our own fault] ,;;. bx yell of .'I."t..r 2t<> >". '. !..in ..f I' -
So he : Hubert Onddiii prafor th' ads 1'This flours shall be puhlishectinre ..1stof 11111.| \all r..i-'r tt I IClrk t.,
finally decided! to do u." do it, for instance, over tion ..f l.hrt't liiiene ,1oddn. lh.it: cab week for four n-eeutiv< ..f II,.. Cir.'int ...lIrl. Loin Roast Lb 49c

something drastic about it. Last -ence in taste for a soft the minor aid Kobeit hild. of Eugene unknown iloddm p.irent-ithe v weeks. in the Bradford County Tele- f.r. Brtdfonl Coimtx.. Florid EGGS
graph. .
I r" >ipt .f proof of 1IIoli"lI.
week he sent notices that if the or a friendly I glass of beer. ind that th. nanu. plai e of asidend -i Pat.il tin-\ 'Ilh dix of Ttntiiry: till1not Ih.' 1-. '" U 'inT.xiirn "
i\ i post off i. address of the n .
slackers didn't alt,2 '
pay uby) Friday U. :ii "I i t. -I
respect each others ..
prefer- tural ( said hild 1
parents mnun i- 1 .
OFFICIAL SF\I.) .1. J Thomas I. under x" 1 h I..n" '; '
he'd shut off their water. ences and w e'll all stay out of nnkn..wn to the petition : that' .I Clerk of the Circuit Court -ne>- it i. ,1 .. .
there i I" no person or personin th. I Rvf'rtll' T Deax.r '' Gr ALarge
Renner Clerk 1"Ue! Cj-il: 1P.t.
Naturally\! some still didn't "hot \\ater. State of Florida. the ... rvl.a, of proupon 1 11 4t .I ..,I ti I" , I
-- w h.-n, would\ lur'l the saidunknoun I 53c Ooz
,
69c
account Ed ordered V I D Pork
square their
{J 17 I'.n' Tli.i'f,.t ,' snnknon In ll.e t'.IIfl1y rtrurt c "in'x inF'1. -J.J.I i Chops :
', t"lI"tlh.1' alto all I
water turned off, and 14 homes (.tU<< "it'll-. /1t H..rr..1 f ountr. riarltU. I

other h |.n i.- '11.. _. .iota.h. .. ., .. .. .d.. in h saidmini .... IV: HIF..tatl' of Elizabeth Ilnlrtlh'rrasrd .
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"""" ii I oiut-ini i M'l"I > l" t"-1 '\onrr. '
1,111-. .1" .1 In.fore illU'h dav\ of I TOrrt \it .
In rirrnit '.. ,. .
"llIn: TO CHCtllrOlt4 ( .orf. HrxUaril ( .imtrirMts
.
Kl I I.' in\ \ P 19: th. iv\ III"

lp)1I.:. 1 1' 1'' I i; ., A .... ,lt.n; .tlI!] ",n- ..f .iiA I'I"i' ..1\\ \t ill *>,. I niaiid-All, personhaxing against the ,. i laim- or deI J\tir\T. I 1'ilifin.:In "It..r.Edrnbrd'. 1 1"il" i
-tate of Klira- Jo 27cK
.. Margarine i
tl" 'i- .lIf..dl' j .
;i I.eth Maled..". -.1.1 1.- I In: nh ud'/ t.
i ;',iih.. ..rol.I t 'i! .1 I t !hint > ire herebynotifieij .I, :..
'' and r"iur'.l to file their I'otirP N SIRlO'INh'STEAKS'lb.
i J. i ul.li-he, I 11. \.i\i. 1 1 lannin the .offtt. ..f th.' C.iiintv, il" Tn Ipprar.T 89C : u I
W "I t t"III' 11t I I.> I I. W- .I.s I t-. In'Io.I' .,
I lodge "f rirlfiiid I'.unty Fl. "I
.ri
-- I I'.I.d Cm T.! 1: ,iphII Cheese 55cDixiana
'II t i a ,, 'lit>
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,. in th' roomy ''Urt 11rri-.. at -n :0.11.1 x :N I' .
rnlauon
"I'.n
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Stark.Florid: : xxith tirlit i i'\.. y 1rhereby. S
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Cr.idfnt .
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murttliv fin \ti .lit. >f the 'r. 'n -
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fir-t pttl.li.att ti II 'n r
I..n ::11,1 I "r. .r .
-.trke Florida this lothI
th --\n. Hill I.I t"n1 ., nrl- I .t-- .. I '1'- slired. 100\ ('etencd. 1'rorenStrawberries
..I.I .1'1' \ n I*:.* '' ., .
a lug! t" I I.IW 'I I" ; \ I'an '
i tl 1 SFAI) .\ .I Thoiiii--. .
New .
1'11.I.nnan', ''I'i ..1l 1"'',} e1.1 r- ,: n 1 1I. ,' ,
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\ T. 11t.1\.1' !11t"11't.,1.l i \ k .. II r.ry l' .' .,, I _
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-1''I e' 'IZI 1. 4 99c
h. 1 I' H..I"! IOT'E 1. < I ..' : 11 'i! ..' Pkgs
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Cherry In Clmtit CWUtt. llrntlf.rtl CantyI'I.rbia : "
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... \ TO .U'l'EUl
I* .\ :--tn.. PI.I nut ff, rs ...
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[n Cimit! < "fl. ItraJfnrtl Lunacy. 1 I. -t I "
Mil, 1 I''Ii.-t' h.I'-i ll..111'T l Fl....".: In Chanrrrr.I n '., .

l l-. X. i1netice W .I.rdtn I Pliinf, \.-. E'l.n 1 'I r- ,'" ..' I" ')',' ,10. 1 1n Dun' an Hine f 'ozen

T..I'f'II. ::1'. Jonlui. IIf"d.n. '.' '. aotl r ... .
Treat !
i .I tv l- l 1' \e -rRn.; whose .' .
C. \ ; ,". tt. r'-iv! 1 'r. .. .
. ie iv
.1 I md old'-- nktiown I
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Z, V, ., r. herby notified that a' 11\.tie.,. T. lpprar. e' '
T irhne: pi- u -i I Tomatoes 2 lbs39c
f. PviTot hoc t.. en filed ,. ,' .- 4'T, Orange
Enjoy the f'f'tf'.t. 1 a< ,' .1".u in th.' :Love namedi.l 1 P.at .,. ,
\ n U"u>: L. i' i ( cr t'I '
; I -ausen"\ v''II are rerxe *- i .. ..
Y"'I
ir h 't- '
t .1 f nslt it (
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jui<' f'.t. plunipr-L deep- .'. .I!1' a < ..px of your an- f..- inx. .. ,il..1' '-' :-' ... rl"r
\ i r plead ng f.i the complaintriiinfffs r
dark harries in thisnew 1... .\f''rn.T Frank < gt 1-' \ '.11 ii., -I.1it 1 'T..d
'< !11 "I .t'l.i x -
1 I' '; ". tirke PI"ri.1a' d file ,. J'r. Juice89c
Lady Borden ice cream treat > .1 1 s i \ i i .. .r \II f( t' 10 'J', I xB
\ r-rni! ''n .h. "ffue f the "f 1 ,,t. u"! nir r ? ,, In I T. nil Cnnrt ..
II- .
rI d''nl I <
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An thrill for all fJDlil" .he Cirr.'r Cart "n or ni .. .
appetite I 'f
ISc
your ." I 1'.I I x V Fl..ri.li In Chan, er*. 2 Stalks
vl Celery
,1\ )I' i "n I' .
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Kr ,
::0:1\: i ; f I
I
In the ,. ,
round burgundy paclagculirre u -" the a1': c' i is n' said 'L', t 111\1: \ "t" I
"' -it will I le taken
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acon- '
I'b rk Me f I" .
you tee<< the Borden Ire.rtJ I .. ,1 In" \ ou. '
f. t tl I,.' ,:tNt:, il 1' I I'- ., iBprtri
t T': s not re si ',11!1 he publishede .. '
.iJn.1'0 Vanilla, Chocolate and a [ \ th- '.1..1 i I un 6
<.,'h week f r fear oonseputive.x .. em
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., ,.,. n pl.u! n t WII.1 1,1
: the Bradford! TelecrTph
n
Mraubtm. tt alxox. a County .1 1\ y ''n. Y .>.. "

Thi -I'"'' ."it' -t'ht'i!! 1 .. ,, ,
] 't..1 tl' !1..th ,1.1 \' "f .I..nuary.. .. .. .. .. ,
ei"h .U ;
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t fGhOk&&LktQ 'It.a...t. 'r 'V-x, P.a.J') i ,I- -, T 't-- -na. 5 23c
LADX BORDEN FFICIXT. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. iron'- i r-e ', Oranges Lbs

Clerk! nf the Circuit Court I. 1 _' j.. _I. _.. I Js OKRA
x Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy: fleet 1951 X .. Pkg. 19c

i i Itulll ;! 9i: k .
I' iOFFICT\T SF.A1.1! \ J Thorn- rth ... ?:
clerk] of the Crru't; (""ur' .. -
: 111I'I'r.U Bx-Mx-tleT Dea\er P.. Clerk ''I:' -
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In Cir.-iiil; t'nnrl. llrnlfril f'.f y, I' pu ,;,- ; .. ...,. \
1'4 4t I'I'i! I ,. .. Superbrand
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luriila : In ( "n"f'r>. .w. '
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I' \4vrifc TO .trrEinMirt. I ..
1. ".H,1! "+ '' to 7e--l. Ti fen.UntC.ie \ _. .j \ \
J.. (finale ..
( JtradfnrH r .tT.rcnro ,
# U4 Ni.ilr :X', <. 1.nt.Y. I. 1'b.aerryT..1" n T' ... .... ... .. I!. I ICE CREAM 2 39C
't'o tipear.T. Berr" ', IT'l :. ,. Pints Half Gallon 75C!
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!Z hard Otto Zcrhy. ..' ,. n"rr..' i Si-_ !I' ,. T.I -
; den.I 'e N Churuhnw I !' I-
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e CREAM .. y "i ,trh. rein riP -' \ ..'i. e t .. \ r"r'F. .ar-
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BRADFORD COU>TY TEI IGR.PH. STARKE, FLORIDA '
riUD\Y, JANUARY 1952 r tlk" I HUH1


grocery stores and will be greatly i announced :some of tht'lrW (i ford of High Springs wer \isitmj: .oiiiiI .. -,. .. -- --- -- .- -,

j missed by his friends and customer -I Year's resolutionHere are a few I lends i and relatives here Sund\ ,AII :;

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMN | -. ,I of them. Mr and MrW. M Duk.
1 Recent visitors of the Joe For- I II 1 Martha Sue Brookins: Not Ic I Lake Butler attended 8en'II"'S at

i sythe family were :,lr. and Mrs. fall out of a tree in 1952. the Brooker Church of Christ Sun
Ky Sara McDonaldThe died on Sunday. Jan 20 in Keystone I' Lester McCullough and family of John Bush: Frankly confess thatI day. SiAIkLFWc'iGrocery

Heights after a long illness. I Mrs. Earnie am in lo'e.Emojean I
Catholic Club will hold a'' Carraway, Mr. and Mrs Pitt Baxter returned hi.nit
She was the aunt of Mr<. Bert of Lake Hall: Win a 4-H
children
Southerland and
Rummage Sale on Saturday, Feb Friday after spending the holidays
Christoffers and was: :spending the Butler, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph scholarship this )'tar.
2 in the Timmins Building where I in Jacksonville with her parents,
winter here where the could be J. R. Batten: Hate girls as much
Prevatt and children of Lawtey.
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis.
Scales store was formerly.
|, near her niece. Mrs. Bettes was in Friends of Bruce and Mary I II I as ever
Church will' I Mrs. R. ,
The Community K. Duke and
daughter
I her 84th )'t'al' and until recentlyhas j White of Jacksonville will be interested I J. W. Taylor: Outshine Gene
hold covered dish on I Eloise and Diana, of Lake Butler
a supper been active in churc'. work I in clothes.Lonnie and
\utry
I to hear of the recent ar- :[ my cowboy :' Market
Friday, Jan. 25 in the Woman's I visited relatives here Wednesday
I; the'oman's Club and the D. A. R. rival of their daughterIarie Davis: Develop my I
Club. There will be group singing I Mr. and Mrs. Ward ofi I
Phillip
For the past fifteen years she had Maxine. Maternal grandparentsare j Smoky Mountain Voice. '

pictures and an address "The I spent six months of the year in St.Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Les Brown of ''! Vernon Forsythe: Never lose my Clearwater spent the w.kend\ CORNER CALL & CI1EHK1 STS. ST.\IIKK.: II..\.
Andes" Rev. Stuart
call of the by Fla. Hampton. I I 1 here with relatives.

Clark, guest speaker. Everyone Mrs Christoffers and her son, Mr. and Mrs. Will Saxon left quiet manner. Mr and Mrs Lee Parn i and Free Delivery Phone 70
is welcome. II I| There were fifty-eight of ouri
Dr D. M. Christoffers, accompanied last week for their home in Fort .. (! family spent Sunday and Mondav
Two circle meetings were scheduled i i pupils in a religious service Sun
the body to Far Rockaway. Lauderdale after several! in Plant City as guests 01 Mi ad: 1 Prices good; '
for this week; one on Mon spending ;i day. Frida> and Saturda> January 2.r: :i and 2J( Juantit 1irhh; |{es -redSCOTT'S
Interment will be in, Trinity days with Mr. and Mrs. B. Y I Mrs. C. J. Johnson.
afternoon with Mrs. Eula i .. .. .. .,
day -- -- -- -
Churchyard In Hewlett Long I- Saxon. Mrs Ralph Glover .If :<.1' ; _:- =: : :-. '- : ---:: :
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Walker and one on Thursday night
land. Carl Griffis of Raiford spent the was Wednesday guest .: :v--\ F
with Mrs Huntley Redfearn.The .
weekend with his brother-in-law BROOKER J. Lewis.
PTA wishes to thank all and !'i"terfr.. and Mrs. Car! III\I t.H\'I'I 1 I
Mr and Mrs
those who helped to make the food I )Ir.., F. .J, Lewis Grady H "
Blown. ,Jacksonville! visited rrl.s! : .
sale on the day of the REA meet HAMPTONBy .
!School New.vt. FridayJnhni.
ing a success; the REA for givingthe \ had a stream of visitors at K-1 l 1':., >, ,ph''I' r mi!:! I-1 d! I KI:, -1 SUGAR Ibs.I 44c
and tables those whc Mrs. M. C. Sweeney ,, ,i. ( 'Iak"I! 'I' 5
space ; Pa-1 '
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our school last week. Rev Dalt ;.in i i 1 1'''iii }K l !i. "1 I.ltlv
i :MiW i (ri I'h i.i -t '1 .,
served at the tables, and those Bull, .
Snyder of the Children's Bibl, i \.MUI: H.\t an>1 1M!
I .,
who donated food. K.It: I.n lt1 l- ''I.1 :';
\V. :M. T. Mating Mission was with us on Wednesday I IUIIIO' I II I .K! :-11'day' iM' ,
I I 1':111.1'11
u Iot'y :
.
TheV'oman's Club will hold 1\11 ( "
< I
a Thirteen members attended the and gave an interesting talk at f il :MI, l.t. M in ( 1.i \

buffet supper on Thursday. Jan. \\'. M. IT mi'ptinfr!,, Thnrc/lrnr nftov. j J ? b if... T\ Tlrt.lr .. --.--
J dl LCI the '''''' lti. L'VU & d'n.-
31 at 7:30 p.m. in the club house. IICHIII-(If"l last week t"th'ho; of I our rl'adingconsultant.. visited uc .-- ..... -> - -- ,.. -... __.
.. ..... ... .. .J.JLW .X' h
In addition to an excellent meal Mr*. D. K Hill. Mrs. Frank : on Thursday and gave further asistance -. Every liranch of '- -- 'V7- -- ;< 'f? !

there will be bridge and canasta 'Thomas led the followedby .
-- -'
program in '
and dancing Mrs. Frank Wai- I the business meeting. The next ready gettingthe for use.n.ading'laboratory Mi- INSURANCEH. *.--- ::_ .,, _, ---. _,_ .-- t,: ::" .

lath Jr. is chairman of the committee :meeting will be held at the home of Ruth Parker our new music supervisor 000 sllI i, I IT \ t 1 r .n

in charge. The tickets will Mrs. Thomas with Mrs. Mary Williams and Dr. Woodham, our

be on sale by members of the committee as program leader general supervisor, were with us

Eight Hampton members attended on Friday. We are alway- gladto
Council held their organisation the Associational \\'. M U have visitors. C. WALL% AGENCY TISSUE FA.BI

meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 15 but rally at Antioch Baptist Church Most of us are sweating Over i.\
owing to the of business Tuesday, Jan. 15. Miss I
press nc Josephine animations and hoping deep tWn IE\SE I PHONE 116
committees were Mr.R. Jones State W. M. U.
appointed. Secretary, I
I in our hearts that we pass. Spilljug
Tipping was chairman pro-tern. was the principal speaker. ( onslant Service Over M } earsR1ALVAREZ&SON --
was but science is sums
easy I H' II
One issue which occupied a good (;irk (lull OrganizedThe I thing to weep over. One day laM 1 1i I 1OC 27cSl'I'F:1lOl
part of the discussion the Community Girls Club will
was
i i week our star pupil. Eddie Hai d l I II -
question of the school boy patrol.HI'Prest'ntali'es meet every other Friday afternoonat -
4. o'clock, at the First I I man didn't Know the different'between I II ....... .. .", .->...-- -
ofvarious organ- Baptist I hemoglobin and hobgohlir TR\NSFri( ..tDSTOIIAE : ._ : : __ : < ''''"'' ',
izations Church with the '. Mrs
'
were in attendance and pon-or R.
If Eddie doesn't this matte :
get :
_.
I (; ro.Ve .
spoke on the subject. There is already C. Gray in harxe:; Age groupsare I I straightened out in a few days w I .; .. .:' q' d .="": __ '-J:._= _- __ _0. ; .-.
an organized patrol but with from 9 to U':!. and 12 to 18 fear, he will become frustrated I

out an older person to supervise': :years. All girls of the communityin Shirley Dnwkins visited in out ., ( inured luarlet'..

it, It does not function satisfac I these age brackets are cordially school room one day last weekShe i .......-. \. \ operate local
torily. Council has agreed to try invited to attend. The next meet- ....... R. B.ALVAREZ 650N ( : ( ;
distap'eMOVING
is now attending Gainesv jilt J & long
'
5T4Ut.fU.
to find some one who is free at ing is scheduled for Friday, February School. I : '> In 1'. S.
High ,
anywhere
1.Friends. IJLEO I 9cI
IHl \ \ n
the -- (
necessary times to act assupervisor. I :!#IIJ' .t.s.y ; '. I
I.. = regret to hear of the Richard Johns was visiting ii fi i

It was also agreed that a stoplight i' serious illness of Jerry Dyal, whc I i Hampton last Sunday. We surely I! 0. h EXCELLENT I.b.
wish that Richard would move CI
\\a: necessary' at the crossing was taken Saturday to St. Luke's j ji I I
Hospital in Jacksonville. i back to Hampton and come to our STOK.U.K
latest 1 I II I
on the highway and one will be' I I IOU! hw)
I
I report was, that he school again.
was showing !
there
put if the approval of they I \ILITIE!
State Highway slight improvement.V. Vincent McKinney has been 1 vx b -. .. .. '
be secured. Department can E. Chitty, of Jacksonville, transferred to the Starke school I Agents For a'd.__ H _' .. ... _. _.: ___ .: :- :- .

representative of Chitty and Com We were sorry to lose Vincent fur .. .. '- -
Owing to the absence of :Mrs.Bat'zlt I I DELCIIERBROS. .. .. ,
pany, passed away last week in :, he was a mighty nice boy and \\t -- -- -' - -- "
>r, who has gone to Atlanta, i See us first!
r Miss Emma Kate :Mansfield has +! that City. He was weekly visitor -I enjoyed having him in our school .. ('O1tNFD ('Inl' In Bt'allttful I an
I
for many years to Hampton's Our seventh grade has at last I .
taken
over the 3rd, 4th and 5th
: grades in the school. -

Mrs. S. Gornto ha been ill this I BEEF COFFEE

week and :Mrs. Key Sargent has
r
been substituting for her. I

Twenty-six churches in this

area are to-operating in series= of
meetings at the Park-of-the-Palms J1I 39c I IIi 79c

under the leadership of Dr. J. H.

Hankins, a noted f .. .
,
evangelist. Muic '
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is in charge' ol "Thf Singing Raair.giTs' I "' "-' : l-_"_- Ao" .. --L..... _''L-'_: '. .. ,_- lJi "'_ --T_ '..w..4------_,.. .i i i';,;


Both Dr. Hankins and I 1<.. .":'. _:..__ ; =- .-,-. -_' .- Jt..;:_, : -:' -.._. =-ti_ ..: $.it
the Ilasmgers have been
here be- ,
fonand are well known here. r' .
f li !' .,11
1
There will be Sunday services at 1I I OU '

:2':30 p.m and every night except II'i \ !III thlik I
Sunday at 7 :>0 beginning Feb 3 tc : Today's cars die+ ,ti! .- tm '. "t no doubt, about it\ : Ii

Fcb 17The And you bring out the tined 1 performance your < ar 's ,"tv', !e"* { \ \ I 11Dz 491J
tir kept< was called out I
i. .:i Krui.iv: night to a fire on j you go Gulf.

Little Hrnoklyn Lake The home \ At your Gulf dealer's, you'll get the bc.t t ,.t t ,'\1\ \\IH: ; / '! heo'v? tIPi I lJ.J U
n> he lab Mi I (Veil was complete f
lubricants, car services, and accessories.
I
Iv destroyi-iJ The house was the ,
property "I i Mr Cecils granddaughter Just look at the line-up of superb products and vrit os lie has for you -
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Mrs I _.. .
Morrison -
returned last weekto -.. -_ -:_ _. : c: --::- -:- "' -:''' ; .=-: : iU: RI tI .-' : ]
her home" on Brooklyn Lake. I I II

:Mrs: Albert Nelson entertainedlast I II HI I I F: PITI. MM 1 It I( \\nKITr. MM

Monday afternoon with abridge SURE-FIRE Gulf No-Nox gives t a r i I i iI '
party honoring her houseguest I t I ; r; {J: ,: f 1..: .I'I''I

Mrs J. A. Jones. Dr. and you more smiles per gallon! ]i i' ,.,1 i I'"V,: :; / II I Mayonnaise DRINKS
Mrs Jones I"
are from Swarthmore, Ir.i, I

Pa Mr and MrF. M. Walrath, Sr'I.1 News staring snap. u I I I L(:f l ,

spent last weekend in Jacksonville ..1 S Smooth, t'sponSIet'r for .L_ .. _.J I. .' .. ; !iij -' '" Lit"e I I 1'I 4 1 19
', 1'I\ I 390Doz.
easier doting in traffic and a Economlthroughquahtythais .: ;..!. r U

Mrs Charh". R Bettes of FaiIlocknway newsurenessontheopenroad. built :,, ,:::=::::.:::--- I \II:: !
in Gulf NO-NOX get .
--.. -- 1.1 .'" tlU'u n
Long Island. N. YIFlIAWtCMd acceleration without full and of .,. _. ,
Rapid out ,
an- mileage : ::0- --'- ---"' -
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coughs and bronchitis due to colds --- ..
you can now get Creomulsion specially .b :

prepared for Children! in a new rink I IV.
end blue package and be sure: I IJ .
((1) Your child w ill lilc it. I I New Gulfpride H.D. \ ."" ; ( Cello Skinless'
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DETERGENCY
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heal raw tender, inflamed throat and never before thought possible in carOearattlurh'11I11I'.Illpomu.nt' -

the bronchial cough membranes and promoting, thus rest relieving and I '''' AND old engines. of engine, cha.ss, .,rid IKK!> New 3 Lbs.POTATOES .

.:'!>(p. Ask for Crcomulsion for Chil- I I
in the and blue I, I
'dren pink package.CREOMULSION ,
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rdms FOR Cnglis. Cbnt CHILDREN Colds, Acute Ironclitlj i t tI //1 // 2 Lbs.

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PAGE FOt"B BRADFORD COUNTY I
TELEGRAPH
STARK, FLORIDA i

nsiDAY, jAM-Ain ''S. p.--.

r ,Miss, Manez Dodd Tea Honoring Weiner cola
Roast
'II ;( '.rgroal ,in the i>flier j To Wed I.r the ... .. "11. 1 h. '
Dan Priest Out Of Town Visitor 1 Mr_ and Mrs. John Fuquay of !I the 25th fin-int day tart"' r.th .Itn..r. t>. (." ;:" .

1 t On ; The Junior Class of Bradford Starke <> ."-"i . ...111I.
4 February 22 announce the birth of a I I',,, L' i v .
High School M,1'I .
Mis E. enjoyed a weiner roastI t ;" l 1,1 k
:
Matthews was hostess :son; in Dr. Daniel's 1 u I' "' '
Clinic. Lake Ti >- it \ \ '.
I I at a small tea Saturday afternoon I in the I'SO building Saturday: Butler. Tin- enr i!,:, shall ir) Imolt-hid II", "! .'

from four to five o clock honoring evening. Square dancing calledby t".Ii. t at h x* t..1}k r.., lulu i.ns, u. dl ,, 1'I I
'i. > .l s in th| Kriilf"il:
I Mrs J B. Drennan. of Columbia Harry Green was one of theI CAK1I OF TII.INK'We ;;; T, lrkaph, | runR !qy I'"j I, 'i'I
1 "
I highlights of the H.tt. il, 'h- :ilk! 01.1"t '" ,_
I S. ( who is visiting her son-in- evening. The l'<'..' I 1.1.ii \ n< ,

I Gladys Mooty I j law and! daughter, Mr and :Mrs. I group was chaperoned by Mrs wish to express our deep appreciation -I U'KKIi'll.. :sK: \1.| \ I 1'1"! .ii .1' .i Ki"ttl, ,I "
Phone 35 t Rubie Mae for the I '!It ,k I , ? \ I 1 !
3t Claude ('10\0 son. Perkins and Delene M words of kindness ]liy .. "I I Ih I t I III ''IV I, .,
+ MVI-
i. limier, ,
i I.rputt ,,
: Woodham. the many beautiful: ; | i i.-k KI"i t I
u. -- ---.r A i ,lot .scheme of pink and I and flowers 1 ;. IOTirK .' l' I'. ., ,' ,
e-- other expressions of sympathy X .
I white wa.s used in decorating for during the illness and death \ OK nrevruiTo .". ,
Episcopal Ladies Circle Four of HKI.IOTKII:
Bradford-Union the occasion The table WSCS KIT'S 11"1'1"11I1"I..:
II was overlaid our husband and father H. B

County PTA Council Plan ActivitiesA I with .1 cutwork cloth centered Circle four of the Starke Methodist Crosby
with a low arrangement of Mrs. H. t
B.
pink
Holds MeetingA called meeting of the Episcopal 'I azaleas and burning pink taper+ Woman's Society of Christian Crosby and family. TIME

Ladles Auxiliary was held I in silver! holdl'r'He Service will meet in the home I MUM i; TO UTKtU TO PLANT
of the Executive: used on | In ('Irruft t'ollrt.
meeting llrailltiril Fruit
;
after CiiuiiM. Trees
Uuio n in the parish house Monday i either side of the flower arrange j Thursday Kloriiln: In (hnncrrj. -- Peaches, Plums and Pears
Board of the Bradford- noon at 3 o'clock and several plan ment In the living : 'j(I.lant.'-- < ;;la\I"'al.+ l'liintiff., x I I-: ,,,
Council was held in L room was a I .l.tiif <;ii.i\l tit .il, h'f'nil.ini
County PTA of the: for activities during this week were lovelv arrangement of pink and (':.is, V". \;<, I .Azaleas Camellias Shrubbery and
Economics room Beta \srlrt PoUt
the Home white Sigma Phi To tpprnr.
gladioli
School Library on I completed.A and chrysanthemums. Ti>' Ii'.l a n.- tra\ I"a'h" Plants Dahlia Kulbs
-
Bradford High Tuberous
of the North Florida I r.'id..n.| .- j is: Tarv,T. Xnrth I'nntlin. Begonia.
meeting
Tuesday Jan. 15. at 10 a.m., with I The bimonthly meeting of the yon are hfreby 11111",. that
Mrs H. W. Wait Brooker presid Diocesan Council, combined with ., Enjoying the affair with thE !j' Beta Sigma Phi !sorority will be "SUIT, fur lnvon, >- I"- ,? fil1'1 i Calla, etc.
I "cninsj .
Ladies Aux hostess rotl in I IL. .1' nanlyd'Court
the annual Diocesan and :Mrs. Drennan were H held at the home of11'8.. Robert and nns<. and \\e Carr>' Peat MIKS Vijjoro and Fertili/eis
ing \"ii ar< r--
is being held this guests. I i (1II'Tt.' .! ti> ',. ,
Bradford-Union County iliary meeting Barksdale Monday! \ at 8 I Io'l'Iu'k ,, fi\ t t np\l i.t xi'.ir; .t,, W11M.KTE(
The at Holy evening -M i !I'!' .nhfL, '1. LINE OF SEEDS
and Friday I
.
Association Thursday iI.t''if !I. 'I!h.; i i .
\-i
Parent-Teacher
-
Council of the Trinity Church in Gainesville. The Casey-Nutter }:> ,< r i I "r ".I'i ? i ,f i r' SISTRUNK SEED & FEED COMPANY
is a conference body to attend ;Mr. and Mrs W. J. Dodd, Jr. of I I- I I" I \- f i' 1 1 I' "I .
,
two delegates appointed kv, r \ I ,' '. ,
composed of the local Congresi Mrs. Al K. Starke announce: the engagement ,, Miss i ADDRESSESOF I ...
were
territory. these meetings I and Lois Jo Ann Nutter of 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyyYYww. . . ------
within a given ----
units Quattle- approaching marriage of their I ? . .
Carlisle and Mrs. Cora Washington D C and Beryl D. INTEREST r T T T T T .......nnnnw.+..
Its function is to provide inspiration MatticGahagan daughter. Manez. to Dan Prle C Where .r..n
baum, along with Mrs. stCasey of Stark weie but A&P Can You Find
and instructionto quietly mar Such
information son of ;Mr. and Mrs. Clyde (i. Money-IXiYing
directress.On ned on January 4th in :Mrs Knsitu! i Kii-chner ]17H! S? 4t
local units and their leaders. Priest also of Starke. Washingtonwith Alexander
Friday night at 8 o'clock the members of the immediate Tampa. Fla ..
The council helps each of its member The wedding will take place Lucian Thomas, Box 102: I F' ..
Plastic Partyat family .
will have a attending. .
and meet Auxiliary
associations to study Feb Mvers Fla.
Friday 22. 7:30

its own needs and problems. the parish house, and all mem- First Baptist Church at Staikc p.m. in with the ....FC. -2-c-_.. Casey_ is__theon of Mr. Miss Mary K Kinsr. 329 Anth.u,,.\
invitedto '" '
There are four open meetings of bers and their friends are Itt'L D. Haines officiating. ami aw',. L i*. casey and ha:? :! Rd Orala. Fla.! ood values

the Bradford-Union Council with attend. No been attending F. T. B. school ini 'j Mrs Emma Rivers. 302: Am": %/ I
invitations
are being sent i, '
held the Sunday morning Hev. Hamilton Washington for the past five Ave. Auburndale. Fla 1tF
Executive Board meetings but all relatives
of each month of West Bishop Coajutor of the and friends are months after an 18-month tour 01 Fl[I Mrs. O E. Ray 660 South: I 1., l'
third Tuesday invited to attend 1 I
Diocese of Florida will deliver the the wedding and duty overseas. He attended II I Person :St.: Monticello FlaT jt

the school year. i sermon at 11 o'clock. Immediately reception which will follow in th,Bradford: High School before en .I. Moore change from St.ok' "'w ..

The next open meeting of the I' l after the service a covered dish recreational room of the church. teeing the Navy. Mrs Casey t is to RI 5. Box 1466 Lakeland! F. MoneSavini; Mart arum '

Council will be held on Feb. 19 i in an Mrs Berta Lee Sullivan i:"-. I
luncheon will be held in the paiishhouse. employee of the telephone
Lake Butler, at 7:30 pm. in the Miss 343. Allendale. R C. i
Joyce Oliver company in : i
Washington 1 Lb.
Home Economics room of the George Werre 3012 Dawson;; st t tI NUTLEY t

Union County High School. This Weds Sgt. Earnest I Columbus. Ga C 13Crt

WSCS Members Chicken Pilau Supper Pfr Chas. H Albertson. II fl9-t 77 I
meeting is one of special importance |In Folkston, Ga. Customers"

and Thos. D. Bailey State Hear Missionary Planned By ChurchThe [ 4-2 Mortar Co. 7th Reg 1st M.i- I .'( ,, :

Superintendent of Public Instruction I jnne Div care FPO. San Francis "o, Kl''Io.. 'r. Corner L I
Calif. i ..
will be the ;peaker-his topic The business and program met Ladies of the Th'rl''sa! I ,

being "The Parent's Place in the ing of the Methodist WSCS way Christian Church ate giving a Keeso Barney Harbor.3. John"Mich.. 1460 Ri\oni.; I, I TI'! }///1'1.; l' 'tI1'f'( ;-nn/!r rs n ,' ) Thrift \ cgftabltf Shorteningdexc .4

Education of His Child." held Monday afternoon in 1 ih y lucken.pilau supper Friday night. Paul 1-:. Green. Jr change from You\ I' probably, ) s t.( n t'i'!s'
J.tn
The officers of the Bradford :2.1 at the Hampton School I L.4
educational buildingMrs. Tallahassee to 500 So. McDuff. word! hundreds: of tlnll ".

Union County Council are as follows T. G. Mitchell, who was m ('ail-ten.! The price will be $1.25:': Jacksonville. Fla. C Ever stop to think of what 3 ,
f tui' adults and 75 for I IE. ,
: charge of the afternoon's program Tile: children. C. Williams, change from I C it means' Just this : (;rt- 4
President Mrs. H. W. Wait. That I I s tvmg will be from 6:30: to9pm j '
had as her subject "The Gifts I Starke to 619 W. Madison: Lake : till!! your momy's tropC tI/, '
1st Vice-President Mrs. T. J. 7 The public is invited.
We Give". Mrs Mitchell: presented Tryand City i iMrs. At A&P we see to it that '4
purchase Fla.E. .
Alderman. a ticket these .
Mis Harold Brabon of Columbia, funds F. ""
Cam change from value means son, '
really ( -
Secretary--Mrs. E. A. Hall. interesting .. will be placed into the building luna )Delicious
who !
So. America gave an \ fund of the church Atlanta Ga. to Apt. 3. 520 Pen- ) thing-not just on a fVw 4
Principal S. Partin. talk on missionary work to help pay Field Circle, Hapeville. Ga 'I > items but :

Historian-Mrs. E. Norman. i in South America. Also on the I I for the new roof already pun W. I n. Sexton 1794 Lula Ave sell- on exerythirijrwe Lb BOX i' i
1 1'I chased. t> : in our stores.V! .
Program Chairman-Miss Dorothy program were Mrs. H. C. Hitch,| I N. E.. Atlanta. Ga. > think that adds up to serving COCOA 45C I i t

Swanbom. chairman of study Mrs i Dr I n. L. Nix Georgia Baptist
groups.
I I I* you better JTE'< 'I 4
Legislative Chairman-Dr. J. W. J. R. Ritch. spiritual life chairman Winsome ClassThe Hospital Atlanta Ga. th.r'I
satisfaction
and I 'I I
Wood ham. | Pvt J W. Gaskin 3732 Tug ..
Mrs. E. L. Matthews, vice-presi .
Character and Spiritual Chairman dent of the society and Mrs H. H Winsome Sunday Schoo'iSqdn.I, Flight 2276. Lackland] .\].n > plain 'good sense. Don't \ < >uapree

.- Rev. Earl Willis. Adams, treasurer of the Cla t''i regular monthly meetinguill rjsan j Antonio, Texas C I Whik j

Safety Chairman -Mrs. E. J. who told (if the work soclety'l be held in the home of Mrs'j, Cpl. Jack Hall 169th AAA. A C CUSTOMER RELATIONDEIT. Roust? E\ ap. ,

Johns. I been accomplished during the S L. Peek. Jr. on Monday even. I W Bn ."St"I: nl Inv IH\ AF'O C .1 4

Publicity Chairman-Mrs. T. K. year by the society. Mrs Titus .... ing. Jan 21'. at 7'30: o'clock] Al,112\1.! I I \.1' I II A&F Food I Store! MILK 2 Tall cans ,4

Mcflane Jr. members are urged to attend. Louise Shatkin, ."411 P.nelifiDrive 27C' ...
.._ Olson:; conducted the business meet I I 420 -\inct'tn;: :n :\\f' ,
h ug. Mr and Mrs Joe B Oh\et tI d! :\11 a 1111. Fla. j :\f'\\1..rk 17. N 1.: I

Drive PlannedBy I ;Frt Lauderdale toimetly, of WCTU Notice __ .4
Mrs. Mitihill told of the work'i Hampton announce I the ma,mage; ,. I 4
.. i+' that the Recent Births ts
Missionary Society hopes? .
Junior ClubA i) oi their : I
aughter.11:-;" Doiothy.lover The I t
\\ t'( T. V will have it- !I I. ..
I I to accomplish III the forthcoming I j .1 Oliver, to Sgt Dan,1IJJ, 1 I- ( > ...terw I \\ hole
;
I regular monthly business and program -- j Mr and! :11iVdn H ('aid. n a o Sun I-ro/en Orange C )
meeting of the :\Iothcr'sIarch l }Car ]row Earnest son oforl1lall ,
S;
1lIC'.tingtoday 1 Friday I at' ,: Waiiingtoii announce the hulk t I p'
ni Polio drive was held at the I ]Earnest and the late Mrs i Can
Earnestot 3 o'clock m the Tabernacle Thert1 a daughtei Cindy Frames. on Jai JUICE 160z
home of Mrs. H. H. Adams Monday | BP\V Club i Birmingham. Ala. and Miami 2SC
evening to make further Buys will be a special gmtf i i I !19 ill! the Baptist t Hospital Pelisa!

i The wedding was an ent o .
First .
Aid
plans for the campaign to be held] Books Dec 8 ... ..
in Folkston. Ga.
Attendants
!
Thursday. Jan. 31. \Mj4ood!!} ranc> Shred
;Member of the Starko Business! were Sir and Mr. J. R 4I

Mrs. J. L. Andeison, chairmanf (Chasteen Jr. of ..
and l'rof'ssional'oman's Club Starke. Lb.
'
<> the local, drive| Mrs. Edward :met Monday evening in the Cath- Mrs. Earnest: attended the Brad- I r h 1W J Ltr4y ... \ BACON 49C t

Burns. Mrs I Vernon Silcox MisLillian s : '0 .. .
olic[ Recreation Center Pr'sidentJ ford High School is a graduate of ..

Stump and Mrs. Adams line Brownlee {conducted theY the Fort Lnuderdale High School! PCJ'I'arul .. Jean Parker's --.- -
who were at the Hondaevening ; .
meeting business session where the group and attended Montreal College for Nabisco Premium Salhnv :
will be assisted the ..
in 1 voted( to contribute to the First Gills: in North: Carolina whensh< ,
drive by members of the JuniorWoman's > J 11 Ib. box t
Aid books for the classes to bt I and Mrs. Chasteen ( Call t- GOLDEN LOAF
were classmates n -tit-! t has btvi) .i\ 1 Iv. CRACKERS 21C ,
Club. .
,1 tau--r'!>lii .coon....... .ill.. th...... Utah o .5f.,.hn.il..vv.. m lug to get back in punt again
A letter of thanks was road from Sgl Earnest attended schools\ in if you have any "uitinmtablt- gos ,,1\1' Boy Scout meetings Thursdav iI I

Edna Van Acler for the contribution Birmingham and Miami. He en sip' just tip us oft' couldn't I evenings while scout-mahtei. Cec! C CAKE E Florida Crystals .4 4

jnade to the television set teied the U. S. Army in 19 JS and figure out what all the giggling Sewell is in Municipal Hospital j 4

for the Girl's Industrial School in:! :spent 42 months overseas. He was and l'onfusion'a about at thE in Tampa for three weeks undergoing ,I Lb. BagPerfect

t Ocala. This is the state project stationed in Korea for 14 months. local switchboard this week found leg treatments .the BHKI 25c : SUGAR 5 45C

i! for the year. Following the marriage c.ere'l out' Lillian Bishop was substituting I i Junior classhad bang-up lima 4

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Plans were made tor attendingthe mony. the couple left on their :! for' Lois Johns and Dot Powell! Saturday t'.ningat their das Lipton j Noodle I 4 4

I district meeting to be held inMacdenny wedding trip on a tour of the who( are sick with the flu I andcouldn't party in the USO! building: Judy C ( Strike 4

j Sunday. Della Rosen state. They are now making their i;! get her J's and \\"? i! Green headed the entertainment E Soup Mix 13c Tall Can ;

VALENTINES I berg is in charge of a workshopon home at Camp Stewart. Ga. where straightened out she's dom' a !i and refreshment committie ant For Cranes Soup* SALMON 37C t

Health and Safety which the Sgt. Earnest is tationed. SYWA job tho' so we'll bear with Harry Green called the square t Armour' Vitalox 25c

local club i i" to present. Helen her .glad to hear E. S. Mat. dance; the teen-agers were all

Comic & Regular Malone gave a short program on Meeting thews was able to be up and in a j I I decked out in dungarees and bright For and\\ irhts. I Luncht" I Kim Evaporated Skimmed 4

Education and Vocation and wheelchair when visited by hiamily s ''shirts, and enjoyed roasting! Wilsons Mor 42c

Ic to 3c Pauline Torode was chosen as arePresentativc The Y. W. A. held its regular f'meeting at the hospital Tuesday I v\'ienrrover the big fire in t tht I WiUons [ MILK Tall Can 1 OC 4 4

I for the nominating in the educational building also glad to hear R. V Alvan'zis fireplace bt Cote the darning 4 4
5c & 25c committee for the district which { : Roast Beef 51c
of the First home from the Glendale hospital 4
Baptist Church '' .
See you next 'ye.IC) ::1 t 1 tht.t. t "!I' .. _
I will also meet Sunday.Febiuary Monday evening. Following the Wilma Alexander was III a I A I I Fane' .4 4
Cello Packs at u. aliit. i ii.esn| t g.: t n' t T
ho.tt'sses111 be Margaret business; session and the program fix' a couple days this wt'.kht; r i hitJixCon 4

lOc 15c 25c i :Miller and :Melba Partin I refreshments were served to the broke her glasses and ouhtn r r.uIM 1 Carne 30c I' Lbs

I Hostesses on this occasion h Helen group by :Miss Helen Haines and! keep up with the daily mws \'. itn : Vegetable Shortening POLE BEANS 2 19C

-- Malone and Madge Middleton.i Mis joAnn Silcox.Woodman out them heat Iu< K\ I i- tn: Crisco I'
I 3 lb. can 93c i i1 ____-__ 4
Valentine i served refreshments 'ollowing adjtmrnmtnt mg to have Ins new fOil II ta'ill', '" .4

I of the meeting Circle pleted allY day now MI t :,"''h' p 1C C \\1 '{ rn..1 Fang Home

Boxed Candy nice| so far. see Iai
Officers InstalledBy I j I To Enter Contest Moorer has )01110.,1, the -t I, i ., STARKE FLA.I'ri. APPLES 5 45C 4
Oceans Of Suds
2.50 clerking ranks. now' \\diKn:;;: .i' i .4
JScJo Lioness Club I Members of the Supreme Forest 4
.. Tide 1 box 30c
Bradford Engine* i ing epl.nin; I Ige. --- --- 4
Woodman Circle: held their regular Sal.t Jan. 2.2i( .. 4
-- -- -- Desta D\al who is working ai' r1)t : '
Also Valentine Gifts Members of the Lioness Club I meeting in the W O W Hall 1)01) 151.K FEATURE C Instant: Liquid Suds:
Hartmann Furmtuie Co. now 3
held their January meeting Thursday Tuesday night with the president. Joy 30c i SO\HR.etAuN'r'GES LbBagrescenf
that Bubo Crews has been ittatte'i! I
evening of last week in the + Mrs Mae Green presiding A 8 19C 4
I Watch For Opening DateOf Lion's Den. membership contest is being held into Uncle Sam- army LeshrGriffi.s ; Frisco Sal C SKip( ; Powder 4 4

Our New Modern The leaders! Mrs is holding down his job a:? Duz I box 29c --- u- 4
After their regular dinner pro are Ann Hutch \ gee 4
hugs and Mrs. I produce manage i at Lncrtt'sMamie ndIfuif.. I n//\ Knight ( : ( ill \\ Ith i hurt t
SODA FOUNTAIN gram the following 1932; officers Mae Jaudon. The I II .
For All Fine \Va shaheIvory 4
Henry I is attending ..1DOutlaws ) : >
were installed: Katie Wainwright I iI contest will close April 22. Tht"leader Lb 4
', cashiers ..I hool] at t::> Wynn-Lo\tgroct'ry I Snow box 29c.' C <4
president: Helen Harley.'Icepres. i who has the most member Of Texas Ige COFFEE 5 4
i xhool Iacksnn\ille ;
ident. Marjorie Dowlmg. recording i attending the meetings in the hat! III i For The laundr j/ 44
'I .day! this week will be bask .u' : \\ ilh \\ hipiUtm : -
secretary: Gladys Hobbs.. treasiit.i will be entertained by the losing -- -_ ___ _
DUCKY'SIIS I side. At the the job for the utykemi lush Plus. "..rial A olor ( artoon P & G Soap bar 7c 4
i Ruth Broadw.u tall twister: I.I close of the meeting I I.I Ki'lehei EELBECK Corn Meal) 5 Ibs. 48c 4
Kay is walking aioun 1 Kvnne (\ .bun.'l'rr""p"IHling the hostesses, Mrs. W L Andrew? .p. Toilet voap Fr. ..4

:e,.r.'tai Y. and time dir. tors LI'I1n.I'lff and Mrs. :Mae Green served ic t !t trre.im I clouds these dahu.sb\ dnd! Pu' ;;un.. 'I on.. 'I'ut'.... bar 25c 4 4
11. tall Camay
Street is expected hnnitu, ',, .. reg
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; Lillian I P:.sh.-p\ a! i.ui\;'! and cake to the members I .Ia n. 27-2M .. FOZZ Apple Jelly 2 Ib jar 31 < 4
present.Ladies. being' in The far 1 Fist: t sir> .- Srjit I I'! Hoa r .., 4
Park: t ember as :'\artt"r.! operator The PRINCEVho ..4
Ivory med bar 25c .4
Bill Tiller Auxiliary
''I I I day Tuesday and! h;." siste- I'ept1.Tilley : : .. <4

I Ir The A I Met Tuesday Godwin -, cK'bra ted h'T <>t. To m < urtis. J"I"'r| 1.:1111'1' 5 -z .4. I

Wednesday lus'\ !tJmily dinnei" This ( arit' >"n X U "...l\ I''ika ann page 20 Mule Team Borax 1 Ib box 20r ..4

I'I I The Ladies Auxiliary of thePresb.terian GUd to see Pauline Phillip} .. ...

AW Open Serving Home Cooked Food I church held their back after an f'xtt'nd'd'ISlt with \ed.. Thur. Jan. :{(). '311)(1'IiLE big value week bar
Laundry Soap Ige 7c
Octagon
January meeting Tuesday evening her sister in Miami Rhoda 1 4

HREAKFAST: SERN El FROM hun TO 10:00: :\.)1.I I of last week at the home of and PeeWee Dampier gave a fa n.. )) FEATIRE; I ....4.

j Mrs. W. J. Chandler. well supper Wednesday of last 1 Operation Haylift 5 'I 4

Regular Dinners Served 4 to 9 P.M. Mrs. B. C. week for Bill 4
I I j Holtzendorf out Ii and Queet \\ H Tom ltr
1.25 i going president. presided over the Yawn who left these parts over \nt| the I .
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i i meeting and tentative plans were: i the weekend for Augusta. G .. A & P FOOD STOREThe J
I I Choice of :3 Meats With'edables; and he.ertI ] AM)
made for a silver! tea to be held where Bill will work In the H -- -
| Great Atlantic and Tad/lc Tea Co. 4
I I III :, in February The following tie\v '; Bomb plant see Sarah Chan 4
SANDWICHES .
and SHORT ORDERS Entire Contents ropyHght, 19W -4tl
officers hers is Deputy Marshal
i for 1952 were elected: Mr!j.' back in Carpenters again 5' 4

II : K G. Duncan president Mr i '1"'L, 19C 300 East Call St. 4
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FRESH ORANC.E(; JUICE: ('OOI; ) COFFEE: ; !' pinch-hitting while Fran Kramer M 4

I j Carl Wynn vice-president; M rs s-j j is home sick Hear .. Jon Hall. FrancesDick IanGordr ; ....
II II I lOc 5c I Lyle Feran E EAI Prices in this ad effective through Sat 4
I E.f.. Davis
secretary, and :Mrs son has his shipping order- anJWiu .. I urday Jan. 26. 4 4
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Albert Hartmann I NEWS
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treasurer.
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FRIDAY JANUARY 25, 1952 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAR J:, FLORIDA .
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I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards and Mr and Mr- :N'ate Dyal and Mi art Mrs. (' A. Geiger and al m the ..ffi. .. i.f th. 'l-ik .f 'I... I .
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children] of I'erndndJna'I5itt'd Mr sons Tommy and David. spent .on :'Nelson' of Green Cove Spungr. "ir.'int. .*.. .mut M \t.-i'- th> 'th "..f tin l ,f. '1 li' l'.!fli'li! ..i I., fort the I TM M.ldle Lit" 011
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i it .I.llI.11\' 1 1"' iith'-rui I" t ill- .'".th. i and Mrs. Earl Edward on Sun Sunday sightseeing at mm.I Lakt \,'isite:, I Mi and Mrs J. D. Doylevt .illt-K.it lull"f -...tI i '''mpl.tlnt| ] n oIJ t\ ,-i th. ill- e.uii.i'-'
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the littaken a.- .nffd > y..u \ ,..
day. City and Fort White '> r weekend The Doyles This notice shah be pUt>lished 10 j.i.t\ nit\ ''ii u i III

\:i-iu-.l Mr Doyl.- mother. Mrs. once each week for four consecutive 'T'H-- .. 1.t \1. II
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S Set. and Mrs. C. H. Brown. Jr. Mr and Mrs. Ovul Lewis and '\nnir Doyle. in Green Cove weeks_ in the Bradford County Telegraph un .j i ', \t. > :, '- ';r:1 i : i\ t .t'id .IJ-. I
\\.k > in the I'.i: .i.lfdid r.-uiity T..I.>.. t .. ... .
and (hildren of Eglin Field visited daughters. Gwynne and EnrilyAnn. : J spungs Sunday afternoon.Mr. "at..1 i iii- ;Ji-i i .la\. nf .i.iiii.i'' graph .i-,.it \ \ : '
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the senior Browns over the week-1 i were home for the weekend I OFFICIAL SEAL h.it.il 1 il --li "..> ..f J. \ I r'I'
) A. J. Thomas,
u .. end. from their temporal residence'inTitusvttle. and Mr James "Ie Rae Clerk of the Circuit Court ill'L( 1 F. \U .\ -'' I..., .I 01

I s pent: the weekend with Mrs. Del-Dy Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy ClerkI I h'i'rk i of the i"i. i i iBy ,''I. .
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R. N Crosby and Vernon Cro"by'Wtore Mr and Mrs Martin Kirklandof Mr. and,) Mrs. Ned Yancey and ; 11Ir. ert Crews at the State Farm. Mr. 23!:; 4t :Z! 1 1MIIICI I', i : Myrtle T. 1)\.1..1'l ; \' '1. I li l- t--! a.
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in Gainesvi'e on Tue Jay.Mr Opalaka. Ala. are visiting the *-rews. who was inducted into the I : OK I\TIMIO\ r .. i
family visited Mr. and Mrs. George | :\ and Mrs. W. H. Nollmanj I "In 1I1..e.\ It ill I I.. -
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Lawson families. i Mansfield in Tampa over the week- j were called to Savannah, Ga. Sat-1'Army last week in JaCkomne\\ Nut UP j if htrl. 'Ultl'cole11"10 gi-. it u"d'IIh.. In rlrrnit\OTirE('uIi.'\I'I'IUn Urxilfr4
and Mrs D. E. Knight jend.i I urday due to the death of :\lrs.1 Is?pent five days at pmviMiin-' Oi.tpt.r I..">..i. ii., ..i i. ..... iiiii. in rbanmr.M.'it TI.-- I
T Florida. ,\.>t- ..t I".:!:.. :.. tl 0i. i i" '"
visited r. h "( th. r \\ | II. I ri.iinuft: :I. .
Mr. and Mr:<. Carl Knight i ;. C. before being sent to another I. .
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in brother-in-law. Dr. C. I" I 11. -
Thursday Xollman's : .
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spent t I'lirporatiuii.liMni >i.> Ii>" theaiue to \\ 1 I. !I. l to. t. tnlatit "
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Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shpneid ini! Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews \V. Denny. I XKt. b.-inn in..MI' |.,.ratrd. mid. r the1t. \\ > I '."- N.firr S I"'
Lake City on Bunda). < I uf Florida and a. .-i.thug' I.. tht i >.. Tffrttr,
ALVAKK38TH; AXXIVKRSAKV : were in' Perry and Chiefland | "..dll itf the Setirtai ..f Stattr.... I h I '1'- !I. ...,. 1. u _. .
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SALK: H" SATTKIIAY. Wednesday and Thursday on busi- Miss Elizabeth Ann Lawson and Miss FrankIe Morgan daughter I and '% iui'h < 'nrputatliill. .11'1"| | ..titl.iiti.iu.nt lit t'' I ,It.1. n ." f \ J .
Mrs. L. B. Moorir i doing gneral f Mr. and Mrs. | tin thru i .::1 % tainmre ..! Y11 :.ire heieiiv. n"llf'.t th.if .1.1MIH 1 : r. I
Ine !;. Miss Marion Carney of St. Petersburg <> M. Morgan oftarke. III (ft.tilmng "f fur Pniii'e I. 'N '!1. ,! !I.. .ro. J" I" \
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Brad-1 u-p"il- has l> n flt.l' l
Mr and Mrs. L. Conner and Mrs.F office work now in the i I I I are visiting Elizabeth's parnt' ; has passed the State Board I payment "( taxtunder o ii. |ii i"\i-i against you in the abo\ .- na", .1 li i _. : -

J. Shaw were in Gainesville .on ford Engineering Co. : Mr. and Mrs. C. X. ChTi'tof! ". Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. 'examination in Jacksonville. She I sums Kluridn.of Act.of tlia|.tfr l lc: :: i.146TT.and that la."t, nnil' i' 'Court|iinril and to v..n.iMti-e.. .I and< ''I'v ynti uf \ our are .in.r.!.. \OTH' Iro \-K\II

Monday.Mrs. Augusta. Ga. were visiting Mr. and i' this week. A vas in training three years at the I IIachua the pruvi.-iiin.s. uf aid 'h."." s\ver or pleid'ne t." t1" ..ml'.11111! 1 In Ir.-vlf t ourt. llrnillnrd I ..in.. .
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly of || Mts. .\ General Hospital in H;NMi. .\.-ts uf !I"*.;:,. l loa.\ s ,.f I-'I"rl.la. .10 0 it.. I I'l i.t until' \ "' l I.. > 7.Ah II Kl..riln, t |.n. t '' n''f'n..
S. R. Johns the first of the i -aid i I' I n- ,
with Mr. ,! i uriKiraticnhave, l I..n la--. .1! I MoiiKla'i: I 1.\ l h I I'l 1 ,u'! in, .1.,, ;i. . .
and L. Tampa !spent' the weekend 1() <]Gainesville! and i is now practicing a.- Milijei t.. .. v I 70t \ I Iollrr ,.
Mural Gardner Mrs. : week. ALL MIT; ,* KKOrCKU I $10.00. ill--" lull.in .in..1) th..' -i-nxillf, 1-1",1.. .,n.I I ; Mn m a..1.i '
and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. ; (II t Jier-. tlire t :i) in.inthaft.i t d.it. ..I tlu-I al '11 the .ff'. f tl 0 I. t ,.f ;!J".. ,
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B Moore were in Ja<'keonville on i ALVAKir5XTII: ; A.\MVKK: > \ T. '.
illliiratl..n| ....h .,imI \ t\' ..f] -i.; h I'I i!', un!I 0 '''UI' ..' I Un .' 0\ .' ..nr.
Monday.Mrs. Maj. and Mrs. V F. Creighton s.\I.E.Mr. :. t-..n iitalHin" li"'t..l I....lv\. ill.,' h.i\t .1..\ 1'1'1 i 1.01'. i | to -. '...t. .i ,_
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Emery of and !i Mr. and Mr- Fred Cooper and 11',1! Ill the lilt a ii""". 11..1 :I.! 1'1'1'1' .01'1 ': i n-. ..I -., -1 f :. int \* : ,. -
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Cangola were iliit- .,riI 1 |i.inl. ti\( jll'! limit.] I lit -.t i.. i ..t'.l t.y }'OHi \ lie )I. i I \ ,1 i iI
T. G. Carter of Providence Jacksonville pent Sunday visitingMr. weekend guests of Mrs. Martha ;j and Mrs. L. B Chambers ':laughters Enza and Doris. of th"I"'I'.1 |' I I I4ii77. 'i"''i 1' '.1 lee -hall l It e puMIn.!; .'I ," fr .' ],,_
and Mrs. A. F. Sauls. 'Rattle Mich At I. ..f !:' :'I. I.. ii'' .. t'ii'hvoek for four nn1v I .
visited Mrs. J. H. Fields and family Smith. ; and Mr and Mrs. Steve Simmons Creek. spent the | .t( 'I..r..I.! | .,- cun-ei. u-- .0 \ '
I iiliu Il'lfil. Kill i I !I.. .-. "f,i.-l! i.. > I l. t M> \ -eUs: in the Bradford t ..jnt!, > .ind i v "
week and" 1 weekend with Mrs. W. D. Faxon | T.( .
last I and family were visiting Mr. t.\einiir who will i -.li. "i-i ...1.] I.'Srr.iph N- > r
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Mr. and Mr- H. M. Redding of II I Lake Ion ind Mr and Mrs. E. J. Flynn. The ti'-n .it that till .' .II--"b] M; .. !ltat..1 tl. .I 'I.iv ..1 i J. --I'. 10 .,d l .i '
)Ir. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot j jvisited I Mr-. Fred Chambers in City <'ii..i.iti. : .
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Mr. and Mrs. 1* O. Hazen werein Ja'k5onville'isited relatives and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bare- ; Sunday. 'Coopers and Mrs. Faxon spent the'' r.itAi: I '1:1' I'm I :vi.init \ ;III-'IrlAI. SRAM A J. Th i- ..- Pla.i"i' fl-l 1'\ -

Jacksonville on lni.iine.ss Thurs friends here on Saturday. foot in Sanderson Sunday after- <<<;arly part of the week visiting in \. ;and it-i in. ip.> i ;i'' I' Clerk of the Circuit '..in': Kx > ,! .
IiUkinni: Por :MvrtoT! P. .t..r. I>..piitx: > ". .K i.J ...'. Fl.' .'J t tI!:,
day of last \rn-k. noon. I Mr and Mrs. Robert McRae have rampa and Lakeland ANN:'; .\ r.\XXI\i: ; I'nlM'i oj! : \ "'':. .\ J I' : ': In.1 in! the 0 r. I It '
Mrs. \V. E. Middieton visited herI I moved from the Eunice Newsome 'IKAHA.M I H. "! I .
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Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. J. !I I sister. Mrs. :Mae Jones in Jacksonville STAR KKANI: ) drtvs andj;home on the Palatka highway to Mrs R. J. )Davis is spending ILTIOwr: \1:1.:1: : : : I... Cirrnit <<'...rI. Bradford Count,. !'.. 'l'! .. a.

Friday ,I Sunday to Tuesday. work hoes the Pearce apartments on W. Mad- !from Tuesday to Saturday thi< XVTMi.VAI.: H.\STI 'I.-I'I IY .' ..ri>lHt In (..........1',.. ii i .. 'a-, .. ,J
last for
l R Wilson hail as guests men and hoys' '. ', ,
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I .. iveek with her brother and sister-I 11'1:1.:1': : : Ii i' i: l'ia: : n "'1.11 i J,I i II I r v i iI .I" 1 1v' '
and .> I at Stump's. ison street 1i TI.M; IHL fuoi'i '. "rs \< I il i I' i n, J I',.r. 1I.1..t .., I.. .
Mrs. S. T. Dell. Sr.
S T. Dell Jr Itf Gainesville and I I daughters Gale and Dianne. 'i of.i. 'i m Jacksonville while Mr. Davis is II l- fiirthei ili:, !. il, i ii '10' \...i... T. Apnmr. ,,1,1I'
I Mr. and MrM M Smith of Mr. and Mr.. Carl Wright i' if till,.. null I-t- I... pnl.h-h!; I I I 1'1- II I it: .. u 'i .. d ,
also had as gust Sunday. E. D .p..nt the weekend in Tampa. Zephryhills were weekend guest ( Gainesville and Brauner Shi of'1' attending the Florida State Audior's III The Kradfiud. ''.untv t !r. .< '. j I'n.; _" i .1 f ,idi. -- I i.: ; 01! ''I" .
weekend'1' convention at the Mayflower j u II"" "Iiapttitii.i -li.-,ui t i ilI..m I.. j i. i\ 1 i' "' i -Inp! "I'-t: II I ii i \ a (of''I! I \I 1 1I ,
Hague; of Alachua nf Mr and :Mrs.lbert Lee and Stratford. Okla.) were | ido.. in \\hnh ..in-x' I ..II" I \. iv .1.I "
Mr and Mrs. Claude Crowsonami family.J. visitor of Mr and Mrs. Foster' ]Hotel.[ ..rfi.... ..f tht al..n. 1 I" ,1 ..., .. i r"1' ." 'II rJI\ r.t: ., that I I ; V
:Mi'. J. B. Drennan were Sunday tn.liai.; '.' -h"l\1I t I" I.- : r .1.1IX J JI 'I' I .... ..i -- ,1i j'i, ,
I Shi Smith. ii i I WIT Ess: \\HI.II: o: i;"I i I., ..i ..I '1'.1' I I 0' ","' ...1. .1 -
victors at Silver Springs.Mrs H. Hooten and daughter. rs.1 I i Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Bird of j hii".'iintt. *-.-t ni\ 1 h.intt, n.f 1 i ii." "1 I ii. d. I I. ,',I" rio.! .. I... I. !
PHONE 218 to-;| Jacksonville and Mr. Bird's fa the ilreat: S.I 0 .'I tli- .-. ..I t.. Ii '. -I\ '.h.l'" "' .,,1.. 701\-// '(
Louise Snyder. of Eustis Dr. R. C. Moore. Missionary Flu!-ilia. tu I". .111"I .,' "I'"t"t ttime __. ft.' ... .1 I I .1101! ". \ 5
N' S. Dankel and Mrs J. visiting Mrs. T. M. Hutching last j Chili. and Dr. J. T. Gillespie of the 1i I ther. R. S. Bird Sr. of Chicago. 111. I Iivill I C.i.iital.. tinMi., ,,'h), .1.iv ..I i //1" .I' -. \ '," 1 j/ie ry \ "
COL0NIAlFLORIST N Virkers and daughter. Janict.I .. Mission Board. are house! 1i be Saturday guests of H. V. Jinn: ; Friday. i jFgt. Home 'f, W.'II'I.\I.. si: MI l i: \ i i\ H II' i I'i ''III ff \ ,t-, ,1''t.oih. 0
vkere in Jacksonville) last Friday i guests this week of Rev. and Mrs.I. '1 Knight and Mr. and Mrs. D. E. !If'. .f :1.1\\ ; ... ,' ',' I..j: "101 .
I! ][ The Birds and their I th. LI' il ir. .
Ilaines.Mrs. Knight. 'guestiave > I' I : mn "iji'l. f r. .f "
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and Mrs. D. W. Ernest of i iL. L666
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': Mr- and Mrs Charles Jones of Camp Stewart. Ga. were weekend 1 JI been {'eingpoints of interest I '\onrr.. TO .'PPKH I I.I.I.I t t III. .' .'j I, 'I.\ ,IV I 'I.
i 1 Collins had as week-1''j in Florida during his visit In of
have been the guestsof guests Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chas- Ruby
Atlanta Ga. I 1-. .
I I'litrlita In ("hanrrrr. I I'l! till! \ |I'i h. 'I ., UQUIO, M TAlt.ni-Isul lAst SlUt
teen Jr.Miss end guests her sister. Mrs. H. L [ li.miirii.i \,tt, n.ti.ii. ri.iiniili \ I I- --.. .1 I i \ > mi
FLOWERSFOR :Mr and Mr<. I. P. Shephl'nlthf'I :, Corey of Mobile Ala. and her Ii | Mr. and MrLee Ht>vllh' of MarAm.. nil..l.ti.t I I'. I I. ,nil..in Th.TI, [ire h.tl! I... i.iil.l'-! ,,
and( < ;N"' .i'\ j.ofloI i week f.ir fmir ... .
pa4 week The Shepherds of Panama Canal Zone were guests j .1" : II- nt! i iv t
I Man"z Dodd of Jackson-1 i, niece Mr- Steve Kiikhnski \OhIC. T.. tj'enr. weeks in he nrailfni.1! i',.,mity. Tele Kefinance \ our Ih'bt
ALL OCCASION their guests visited relatives at yule visited her parents. Mr. and Glenview. Ill. Wednesday of last week of Mr. !; To' Mar) Aiii.inl.il.il. h.-. I.Mdetice graph. \\ilh a 2J-( \ .'ar-i", Interest
i .,nnd Mrs E. D. Tenly The Tenlys I I'i I 17::S li.ith: ,\\.liu." Ct.M.k: lltteil tin'i.."! .1., .j I.H, .., \
Orange Lake on !\londay.WAIT Mrs \V. J. Dodd. Jr.. over the' lyn. N'eiv Vi.rk. iis.'r.
weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren and '.also had as Sunday quests. Mr. and I Ton are hereliv nittifi.-d that n I (OFFICIAL SRAL) A. J. Thomas, Federal Land Bank

,,! and }Irs. Florence Warren .Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Allen and sons''I Milt (sir lll\or.e. i are. f'l,..t.xlv ..ml, Clerk of the Circuit Court,,,
children .
I : eontn.l of iniiiiir hi Id and By Myrtle T. I Farm Loan
cm >eav ?r. Deputy Clerk
(I) and Mrs. N. B. Rosier and and son. Joe. visited Mr. and ,;' I Ii of Gainesville and Mr and Mrs.C. I other reliff I ha- i U.--n I i I.-d I :::, It :: r'
Cove''I Walters of Jacksonville. against you in the above named MKll :
I :Family: were in Lake Butler Sun- i i[' Mrs. Lewis Martin in Green I Court and cau..... and you are required %cmri: TO U'I'Po\U

lay: visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. B. :, Springs Sunday. I I1. to serve a copy of your answer In C'irrnit 4'""... IirmUvril (......t, W. imYAX I
DISH GARDENS ,1. :\ ... and Mrs. Joe Sanders and j or pit'ading to the eomnlRint I'Irlila I. rii.iic ry.Hi 622 N. Main Stret I
Andrews. l lj '' I on the Plaintifftti rm" > \Villian- in -t ,I-: II.u ,-. II PlaintiffMadlt \ ,
If jou I..... a row hitmr .>r I'R j R. R Crosby and son Vemon [: family of Valdosta were Sunday I 1. :Morican ::.07" I'l.nk finldinK. : I I. I ll.uitll I I I I. l >.ft-ndmt Gainesville. Florida i
POTTERYPOTTED .. and guests of the Jesse Newsome family JR. k.i.nvill.- :2, Florida, .fid tl.oh.. >' ..
Don't grab a ho\rl and Mart4iK I II Mr. and Mrs. C. \\'. Colson and i spent the weekend in Miami i I Ii {; 'a' N.- "-':1
their \ Mr. and Mrs. Newome. I
home by son.
were accompanied i
PLANTS I laughter. Karen left Saturday for i
Call Florida Ucndcrers I'I the John Mark and daughter. Evelnn I I -
I .Atlanta., Ga. fo spend a few days family who had spent past ; ,

FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE i l"rr I'rumpt Itrniuiiil of trad. I ,ivith relatives.! ; week with relatives there the Sanders and Mr. and I I
I ('rll'plf'd or \% orlhlr l.itntorkPh. Mrs Everett Brown went to Silver -'

I (Cainest: ill* 3330: Collect Robert H. Caines. Naval Cadet I. Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy and Mrs Springs Sunday afternoon I I ,

I Nona St Starke f .r .at Pensacola. spent the weekend JW.I B. Mundy attended the Don WMBRFMI :

I Starke 132 ;tvith his brother and family. the I Mi-Neil Breakfast Club show at ALVAKK51: II ANNIVKK-:

1 1I IV.\ \\'. Gaines. Jr. the George Washington auditorium AUAI.E= : KMKMr : 5ATtltI.tV.

Jacksonville Monday
in
I _ . i iI iI i and Mrs Jimmy Cail) and
Mr. and! Mrs. Leo Edwards and I
r I .1 ,[hildren of Fernandina spent I i I Mr. and Mrs. Earl .Iohnson and : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd of Keystone II

Saturday aft'rnoonith Mr. and sons. Holt and Jimmy. of Metter. Heights were dinner guests I

:Mrs. Riley Wasdin\ Ga. were weekend visitors of their t I Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs

SPECIAL DEAL : aunt., Mrs. .1. E. Wilson and Wilbur Scott. The Calls who have 1 I,

Mrs. \\'. K. McCarty and chil mother. Ms. J. M. Brownlee. spent the past two weeks at then ,

: Iren. and of summer home on Kingsley Lake
Jimmy A.ryi. Tupelo.
1fl MKs. are spending this week with I I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christmas and are leaving for their home ::11 96 I

: $1 BALL POINT PENSI : :rhomas.Mrs McCarty'x mother. Mrs. Nick children Brunswick.! spent Ga.the visiting weekend Mrs.in Charlotte. C. today. \ ( Heed"


ChriF tlllas' parents. :Mr.: and Mrs. Attending the North Florid.i _ _ _ For complete enjoyment of the variety of programs
U flB Mrs. Titus Olson returned home E. E Gunter and daughter.; Betty. Diocesan Council of Episcopal I '
'oudcast over CBS Radio keep your radio set at 96.l 1 on
Churches GainesvilleWednesday I
meeting in
J Saturday after three weeks' visit

I 69 flB with. her mother Mrs Geoe 1 Friends of Tom McClane will be and Thursday wer MIC FM dial. ARTHUR GODFREY JACK BENNY

;]Lilley in Olmsted. Ill. I! glad to know that he returned to Mrs Al K Carlisle. Mrs. Coma AMOS 'N ANDY CHARLIE McCARTHY .

I i!I his home here Sunday from St. Qimttlenaum. Mrs. Edward Burn EDWARD
R.
MURROW SUSPENSE BOB HAWK
Mrs Josephine David of Baldwin 1 i Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville. Mrs Mattie Gahagan. Mrs. Lemut 1 14

I 1 where he underwent an operation Colson. :Mrs. 0 L. Beasleand BEUIAH GENE AUTRY THE CISCO KID .
: spent a few days this week I.'ii
I Buy One -- Get One Free with her sister. Mr*. Charley E. : on his knee. Mrs. Eugene Orr. HOPALONG CASSIDY and GANGBUSTERS these are

Johns and Sen Johns. lust a few of the great names in CBS Radio on WMBR- FM.
I Mr and Mrs. Fred Orr were Mrs. William R Morse and Mr-: t

// rou Bring This Coupon H'i7/i You POLl11m.1tIU'I') hoes forlOys dinner guests at the home of Mr. Edward Hall attended the Fund -

R Bi and ",girt at Stump's.Friends and Mrs. 11. C. Baker in Gainesville | Campaign Planning meeting of th. I Hopalong Cassidy on WMBR-FM

Sunday. Mr. Orr and Mrs i American Red Cross in Live Oak 96./ on your FM dial

DRUGSTORE I of Mrs. Havana Johns Baker celebrated their birthday iI l lI last Friday. Lloyd Mack of th -

: KOCH'S will be happy to hear that she is I anniversaries. I I II ARC Southea-tern Area visited th. HOPAIONG CASSIOT rides FREE FM FftOGIAM fOLIO

petting along much better after her i ;' local chapter office Monday and the airways court danger. Would you lilt to hove th.

] three weeks' siege of flu. Mr. and Mrs G. P. Dover and | reviewed highlights of the forthcoming outwits; villains, all in the in complete WMBt-FM tod.oSchedule. .
I le..t of lav and order. Be free of charge? It
homein
I M !son George. returned to their | ARC Fund Campaign.
listening for Public Hero Nc will be mailed regularly if
John Hanies a freshman at U. I Hibbing Minn. :Monday after 1 every Saturday Night ot yo. writ you request to

. . .a. of F., spent last Thursday and i j spending a month with Mr. and i iI POLL PAHHOThot.s at 8 30 P.M. WMSB-fM P. O. Bo. 5187.Jattionvill I .

Friday with his uncle and aunt. I Mrs. F. F. Flume and Mr and Mrs. J Stump's. l 7. Florida.ON .

Rev and Mrs. L. I 1) Haines. I JR. A. Colson. !

THEATRE I Friends! of Dr C K Hayes of THE AIR 7 A.M. Until 12 MIDNIGHT

I i ; Wadswotth of Hampton is,; Rev. Floyd Cale of Baltimore. Madison formerly of Starke will

STARKE a patient in Riverside Hospital I j' Md. and 1and Mrs. Ralph Bem- regret to hear he is confined in St FLORIDA'S MOST POWERFUL RADIO STATION 63,000 WATTS

.1 tacksonvillf. where he underwent isderfer. superintendent of the Luke's Hospital following a heart

Dedicated To Community Service an operation early this week. Free Salvation Tract Society of attack last Saturday evening. Mrs
\ Hanover. Pa. were overnight Hayes and
daughter. Betsy are
"Movies Are Better Than Ever"Sal.
Mrs. B. E Bennett of Cottondaleand .1 1 guests of Rev. S. J. Grady staying with the J R Kites during -

.. Jan. 26 ONLY Mrs. Joe Green of Panama il t: Dr. Hayes' confinement !si.Mr .

Sun.. Mon.. Jan. 27. 2S Oity are spending a few: days thisw..k :; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas and I > Hayes can go back and tor'h EXTRA SPECIAL FREEcl1p1
DOUHLE FEATURE
.
Saturday -
I children of Brooker were -
with Mrs. Cecil] Sewell. to the ho-pital every day
guests of the J. E. lIar" 's.

iiiii'Ji'ii'p': : Mrs. It. A Colson. Mi>. F. F, The Hardys also had as Friday 1 1 Dr. Wm J Woodham Jt.

p' .ii Flume and their guests Mr. and j I > guests. Mr*. J C. Harrell and ', General Supervisor! of Instruction ( ( 1 One 89.95
I ata Hilda of Brooker :
Bad-Men. Give 'em Plentyof Mr.' G. P. Dover of Hibbing Minn. i daughter. in Bradford ('ountwas. selected! :! ?,

Fists and Firearms! w'. e in Gainesville last Friday. to lead one of the discussion group l \
Mrs Nanry Gunter. son. Edgar 1! in the State SupervisorCon- AI I TOM) .\TIC
I and daughter. Rebecca and two
Mi-s Odessa Thomas. nurse a''t : I| ference held in Gainesville Jan ,

'he Alachua General Hospital. washome :!gj! i granddaughter were overnight 2123. The topic assigned to thir HEATER

for the weekend with hei j. guests: of the Robbie Shallers Sun- I group was "Evaluation of the ) \\ ATE.
day while enroute frlm"a'hing' --
miher.' Mrs ThomasMr -
Mallory -
School !
I-i- ton. II. C to their home in Miami. I: Program with Speua1Reference With the I I'urrha-M' of ,i iII01
to Methods of Instnu C. "
and Mr Fred Jenkins o::f Ih.uJarlf'UH'EU: %
HUAXI J) dress shoes : lion. Supervision. and Admin
) i onville visltt'dIr.. STAR
> (
and Mrs i. SL'Mt.r.li: I !)
Plus "Paddl- sour O\\ n Cam1'Short : 1st ration". .
I P F Colson and Mr. and MrsiM.le ;.. for men at Slump's.Mr --- .Model "i and News of the Hay
_ Colson over the weekend. ,,
Mr. MrKenneih Enfinger AI.L siiTs murnu: ; $IO.IKI

and son. Michael have moved fromj I ALVAKKJJ: 58111I: \ tl: .\I" Caloric
Tues.ed.. Jan. 20 :50ERROinYNNMICHEUNE Mr I and Mr R. J. Davis wer the Tyus apartments to their home
-::1 'lIg Mrs Davis' bi other am:

-.- -'er-in-law Mr. and Mrs R. J I 1. in Pen-aoola Mi Enfinger was
\I rand Mr1L A lti- ,
discharged from the Naval station :
PROLEADVENTURES T ttiin.: in Jacksonville Sunday 2s Htm It H nrkx
at Green Cove Springs last as their guest from Tnur.ia\

\\eek. Tuesday Mr Da\is' si-ter Mi
rfCAFIAIN Mr and Mrs \V E Dowlmg an"l .
J. R. Range
: Hardee of FernandiiM T'nUSlted .- 219.50
'h 'dren and Mr. and Mr* XV T .
FABIAN I la. kon and .hildren visited th
I home last Sunday. including: nai] on Monday Alsi visit.izDavits \ .
S-'nhen Footer
Memorial Heater
rMSlNUTKMTin on SunMrs
.1 __ A ttrtlllK \. Mr and Mrs Ed En-or and Mrs : Monday and Tu-wiav ....t'-i 89.95

: [ Mary Lane and daughter. Mary Mrs. L. G Thompson ard MDave -

-. "Fljlni!; 'I..it..... :xhort and Pa- 'I 309.c
l Beth of Jacksonville and Mrs : tin of F"''mar.d i.-< A."
: J
M Edwards Sr. Mrs J I.
\I'\\.. of ihe 11,1\ \1 j\V. G. Godwin and son. Rob .-f the whom Mr- Hardt'r.tozrn.(1 h'>ni, I Less Pnf"Uul'avOnh
Edward- Jr., Mrs. F. C. HoIImgsworth ; i -- -
'State Farm. Marvin Hanle. of Morgan C.' \ 1..1 I -
and Mrs.V.. M. Edwards i'I
1 ."I!. : was the f>niight guest i.t Mr

Thurs.. Fri. Jan. :31. Fi-h. 1 day. were in GainesvilleIon-I!I Mr. and Mr!'. E. }1. Davis drove I and Mrs Davis on Monday l ; 219.5G

to Archer Sunday to visit Mrs P. I I
a- .
NOT1CB TO .IPI KUI
:[ '
ja. FONTAINE- LUND Mr. and Mrs. C. TJE.j Stone and Miss Mamie Andery.son -''In
T. 1I<'Cra.IJwere Clrroll ( nrt. Bradfurd Coooty.Klorld.il .
Accompanying them were In ChanrrrT.F'.arhara You Save 89.95It
AN D FREEMAN-
Nona HANSONDarlinq in Sylvester. Ga. the earl; .
of :_ jilr. and Mrs. John Mixon who X \rtrr t'lainti'f vv Frt t
part the week visiting Mr. Mei :TX.-\arr. I'.f..n"dn' "d-" N" '' Ki
I c-- \ ;i Crary'a mother Mrs. O. C. MeCrary. stopped off in Gainesville to visit :i i Notion To \ppear.

Mrs. M E Mixon. |Ii" T"Ehr.-nfld.Frt-'l \*\"cr.IVnnlania.i...h..-.- r--idr-r.-. : Really Pays To Trade With Slade

lIohTCOll/dbU 1 "U are hrekiy notified, that a "lit i i'ffr
h Dr. and Mrs Mark E. Adams I l'I\"r: ,'>- a nil ar.-. < ii-fxlx aidton'rol
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez an d. i-{ mln..rhild ha' lw. (
-n
I Porgm.wni Pxuct j and children of Perry were Sunday ed again1-1 .n the above PHONE
I daughters. Lucille and Irma an Deil"A'OUant .\ Kadi i-j to c..ra ropy of y,ur 121 .
I Mrs. Lcrena Dyal of Jacksonvill,e Adams and family. Dr. Adams i l'Iulr..4 or pleading to the cnmpln"i

1'lus "lion Hare : were visiting I in Perry over !hIt e mother, Mrs. Carrie Adams of I IT'Ion Evar.uLd the Plaintiff Seal AUorn D Evan.-y". Ean Jr

| weekend. Jacksonville is spending some time Itl;': Law Exrhanue Building Ji-k-
here with her family. 'nIII... F!"' d... and file thr si-
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BRADFORD: COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
PACE SIX nUD.\Y. JAMKV ",j. 1'1 '
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Lillian spent Sunday with relatives II I We do not know just where t leland I' meting i-f- the :Masonic: Lodgerin 1 their home from burning.Mrs. father Mr. .
Crosby \\ i-
in Silver Springs. I will be purchased to build fhe Life And Times Lake Buth-r last Thursdayi R. R Crosby and childrenwere known in our !P.'
LAKE GENEV? LAWTEY immunity
the with her this house of worship but it will night visiting relatives in Miami:
Spending Jay I I 1 (Df New River Folks i been affiliated with *h.' '
By Blanche Cunningham mother Mrs. B. Cunningham wac I be somewhere in this neighbor-I L. II. FlitchIawtey 1 Mrs. W. C. Phillips of Tampa is last week Board anti ': ,, a: :

Mrs. F L. Easterly of Jackson hood. Let's study over this matter By Jessie!' Lee Lazenuy !spending some time here with the ),fro and Mrs. Ernest Massey of I Ithe counts n" .. .-. ;t'

ville. I and see what we can do.Ve = Junior High ,0. J. Phillips! family. Miami came to see Raymond and ford count
r !1. _
EN.3 Junior Turner of Put t T. 1[. Finley and Leonard Hamm I would like to hear the opinion of Seems a> u wre going to gl-tour Wins Two lames | Mrs. :Mildred Cox of Jai .!!on.I Louise Crosby Friday enroute tc true friend H!. "
Hall who has been in the U. a\ -
man this.
were business callers m Jacksonville others on New River to Brooker road The Lawtey Junior High School ville attended services at the Jacksonville to meet their daughter. and willing t t-i- ..
S. Navy for some time and i Is Monday. Ie I Sunday we had just started our I c ompleted soon judging from the Basket Ball Team played their I Methodist Church last Sunday.Dr. | Margie, who flew from Kansas upon. help v'
stationed at the Brookly n .
now j little preaching service when
: a r ocks: piled up by the railroad first game Tuesday night, Jan. 15, and 3.frs. W. T. Walters. to be with her family for a few

Navy Yard spent a short tim car came to our gate with two 'hey have the oiling equipment when the Meliwe Junior High j! were attending to business m day. Raymond and Louise: "enT KVY T&IEKRKOOK .
here last week with his brothei i strange men in it. They came in, I fh.Toiotaln
\1 here too.Floyd learn came to Lawtey to match r(Jacksonville last week. to Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Pen with
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr LONG BRANCH | sat down helped us sing and a pi.inf (<-r
Millican. joined in the services whole- and Mana Wiggins }ted- their skill with the Lau-tey boys. i; Children having a pt-rfecl record 1 Massey Saturday ( every use $1 complete. llri

Tommy i ;\ dish and Ceo) Andrew... Chester j After a hard-fought game the i i attendance in Sunday School.'/ J. W. and Evelyn Thomas ford County
wert
T"'uaph.j .
Mrs. T. }.1. Finley and daughter r, Kj.Mrs.. J. L. Strickland heartedly/ We soon learned they j I ''
1 i and Winnie Andrews and Eustace ; Lai+ tel team was winner with a other than those reported last visiting relatives in our community
Martha Sue spent the weeken were Rev. C. E. Dibble and J. W. 1 j \ : (n'
and Gertrude Kelly attended the : score of 27 to 16. Donald RayGriffis I week are Adel Starling who has Sunday afternoon. \PPI.I"II\1 OK
with relatives in Tallahassee. I Everett from Penney Farms who ; TtII.;0
i
(Held over from lasterk..) 'I had read in the If 1. B. Crosby funeral Tuesday. I| of Lawtey was high point ; made perfect attendance for three Allie Mae and Bernice Kelly II.m>r Hill \n. IM;::
Mrs. Ida Gentry and daughter ] paper that wej I Ii :>\.1!if ,-
[
r' t.'r"\
Those who have been on the needed a preacher at the old Duck The Lacy Johns have really i man with 12 points to his credit. i years and is starting on her fourth were business' visitors in Jacksonville ''1& )111. n..t''. th. )I.th I.-' ':" "I

sick list for a few days are Rev, I Pond or Padgett Church and they j added on some extra work for' Robbins of Melrose and G. Normanof year, and Merle Boatwright win. last Tuesday.Sure 'ilia Iit.lt'' 'rllfr'' f",.r.r ,_ ,

I J. L. Strickland. who is gradually I had come to see if they could ) themselves this week. They've Lawtey each made 8 points, is beginning her third year. I sorry to hear about the .t..d ,T> ..' .

.rStramline I I( Weakening cause! unknown; JimI -1 help us. Rev. Dibble made arranger ut in a new floor in their kitchen thus tying for second place. Members of the Lawtey Lodge: I|' serious illness of Rob Norman .\tI h., .' -I" \..r', .' ,
r who had flu and Susan
I mt Lang ; I:' ments to preach there on the i and covered it with new inlaid' On Friday night of last week P. and A. I. with their families I Ihis home. He suffered a heart attack '1 \I'' I Id
|I Padgett, who had a bad cold.'c Coach _
I I fourth Sunday Jan. 27, at 2 p.m. I 1 liI noleum. Besides that :.Ir:;. John Ingram of Starke and hi enjoyed a chicken and basket Dinner last week -. ,

do not know how the other folksI I We hope that everyone will appre-1is I i i wall papering her kitchen and Junior high team came to Lawtey Tuesday evening Jan. 15. at Mr and Mis Ovid Thomas. Mr \ 1 1 1I l'I.
I do not travel ,
around here are as we to play the I I. II II
date his interest and come out to' aiming her cabinets up too. The Lawtey boys. Both the school cafeteria. About 4C and Mrs E. Owens and Mr and 1 '.j 1 Ottt
around much and the grapevine these teams I ,
_( doesn't always workso :i hear him preach old, surely hurt their camelia fought !hard but th people attended and all] reported a Mrs. George Hernandez were: \ L>:it t ,
system I Starke '
I well. We need telephones.Mr. I p lant. To look at the ground boys were unable to w'uover n good! tni'itBAYLESS; ing Mr and Mr-. Lois No\\ :n.iSunday +:- t u1.ara 1,
the accurate
shooting of Law
round it, it seems to have lost afternoon. .
Pete announce
and Mrs. Royston
\ try boys. The ;
the birth of a daughterThis STATE bushels of flowers. This plant i if score at the end 'oi t Rev and Mrs A. r; Kir.- "
FARM the first half
makes about six children for ,bout 12 or 15 feet high and very"xe of Lawtey. was 19 to 6 in ti\.i.' I HIV/AY\/ -ir.il file Karn,' sister: ,, M1t'1.( "r '. I.

them I believe. isy )U... iirjan \\lntneid I'1i 1- in circumference. It could During the tart hah! ::n of Pinevill.-!\ Ky. were v"Mr ,.-,..;.;.., .1.II .1I .
I i the Starke boys were able !to.. Inn! I j\' ot" ,
Our sister bro'her-in-Iaw anil aturally hold bushels of those the lMrs.. O. 1.. ( ro.by t and! MiI.I. A "i'>','-.hyln ,'.
basket more often and lat '. ,
l in "
'
niece Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hornsby! I Itridge (lull Meeting, Pink Perfections. the game (Coach Cook ran n. il.iy atten. "

yourFire and Mrs. Lester Hall from Starke '; Bowls of chi \ santheinmn.i and a liana Wiggins' Professor Sar several of the second team. Tin n.T.t >i.ciilMi Sjniiaih\| "ti"iileilOur

Insurance spent Saturday afternoon with us. vase holding: a single specimen gent camellia is getting full of final resultva..- a score of 30 to 2.;! !1 I : ..nd !Mi( >. F'Ianknrnrui; en- .. edit i I' \ I.:- -

Saturday morning Rev. Jim gladiolus graced the home of Mr. 'hose' big double rosy pink bios in favor of La wtt'Y. In the :scornig I tertdllicdith! a -ocial f-'* *wBiyls I exorP ..

i Conway, Rev Pearce, Sam Sounders and Mrs. Lyle ]f. Buck Thursday!! urns! now. Griffis i of Lawtey and Stanley Hiway a.-.; : . ..> oi H p. (',0-hy in L-; ,

and Lee Green came to talk afternoon of last week when Mrs. i: A. B. Whitehead is in Jack.-on- of Stark each were iespoiir-ible foi i Satin day night. Ab'IJ', ; ".-, : ,:.I!c th u-ha '

SEE j over what we thought station,of establishing Buck entertained the State Farm i vine in the hospital. It is umler- 12 points this tied them for first ;i, ,'IIJO\-j' roasting w, iv, "('t -
mission buildinga
a Bridge Club. Upon the arrival of stood he will be out soon but will place. Thomas of Lawtey was j and cocoa with Mr. ..m.iI :Ncr
church house and really working
Charley) E. Johns I this mission, as it should b e. her guests airs Buck served !ice I j main< in Jacksonville near his close second with 9 point- to }his !I man. Your ProfitCombination
cream and cake with coffee. Contract credit. 1
odor home
for few Ut"mon"lrat'1I
all for it. \Ve a more days. '
Of course, we were
AgencyPhone prize winner on this occasion!' Both the above r
have donthi.. best we can herein I I Gerald and Clarice Adkins were games were good i The Sunnybrook Hi-! : u' For Cu']>
IS STARRY FLA j was :Mrs.: Louise Dean and in clean games and the .
our home, but a church building out) to church Monday night. We respective ration club met at II. t

i is needed one that can be reallyi I' Bingo Mrs. J. C. Wallace held tht h ad all unusually large crowd t tci Coaches deserve credit for the excellent I Mrs. Floyd Crosby! Tt;. -a, fet reeding and Protection
lucky card. Each l
award consisted training
i recognized as a churl and whet enjoy 1 the Colombia, So. America given to the 1 boys. noon. Miss DorotliK t > I ii! n.i
I of Fertilizers
..... ....... there is room tor all to worship toiletries. n lissionaryj Too. we saw the film, The Lawtey boys go to Ft McCoy Demonstration agent .ii.:. .I' -' at- Pesticides
Mr.; and Mrs. W. N North and j today (Friday) to
THE I These men came in behalf of the "Billy Graham's Services in Portland meet the boy I ed the use of ourdI i \ >usj
Hartfort I
FUpreacnting TRAVELERS. WILSON /
their son. Billy, spent the past' of the Ft. McCoy School. & TOOlo1ERFERTILIZER
I Black Cm-k Baptist Association.DUTIES j Ore.Charley. This i is j i ornaments in the houu.x'; .'-- J ,05:
weekend in Tallahassee as guestf the first: game the
Lawtey boys made cookie from COMPANYand
the
jar large
of Mr. and :Mrs.: H. G Davi.', Jr. and Eloise Cowen are have had with these boys and
we
Division
1 I, Mrs. Xelle Beavers returned home j eagerly: watching their new home hope they are able to continue I gourds and water dippers out of
(
with Mr. and Mrs. North after' "i Starke go up. I know they'll d ; their good record. j I I the little ones.I FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY COMPANY

1 having been with Mr. and :Mrs.: b e glad when Irs all complete. I| Mrs. J. S. Jones of Theressa if I Personal Items 1 N 1 1 A 1 "IC. a 'ACa.'O".ILL' 'LOI''I. .

'|, Davis since Tuesday. I, I've just put my ole farm up visiting her niece, Mrs. O. J. Phil I I Sure was sorry to learn about

Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger off'')r sale and a prospect came out I lips. I i Mom and Dad Johns' misfortune
I I I
Sold/
Jacksonville visited Mr. and ;\ 'uesday. I want to sell it, yet. 1:, )Ir. and Mrs. Howard Miner and 1 last Monday night. Fire of som llij!

; J. M. Bradley and Mrs.1B.ITreadwell here's lots and lots of ole senti- son of Jacksonville were Sunday i unkown origin swept their garage

conscientiously performed with modesty i; Sunday. mentality attached to it. I can't' guests of his mother :Mrs.: Effie i I| and car. Dad's t x>l house and al: ,
I I
of expense and no ]lessening of From Tuesday until Thursday farm and Jon goes to school Jo.. I Miner. I I I of hip many carpenter tools away. CARL JOHNS

Service have won for us an enduring i Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews had a? i is? off
regard in the communities which we I their guests Mr. and Mrs. Spencer i j oesn't study farming then) so II]!| Tampa spent the weekend withi worth of tools. He had fire tnsur-
'
serve. j (Crews and their son. Billy of Live d 1 1j on't need a farm! Guess Tmijoking I i i relatives in Lawtey.O. ; ance on the car. but the tools and

j Oak. i p 1< for a buyer and hopin' Ilon't ,, J. Anders! D. B Harley and building were a total loss He hadto l Starke Fla. niONK: 1.I 1.VJNEW
,
I Mrs. C. D. Sellers and hei d: find nor ;: S. C. Harley attended the district work fait to, save the barn and

DeWITT C. JONESPhone I\ daughters Patrica and Emma Lou, Winnie Andrews has had the flu I
were Sunday visitors of :Mr.: and
r ecentl ". I
Several others! have too.
7 Starke, Fla. I Mrs. D. L. Shaw in LaCrosse.
Seems:
: as this changeable weather
Mrs. :M.: M.
Poythress and :Mrs.:
loes the trick.I .
!; Vernon Brinson of Macclenny were I

, guests of :Mr.: and Mrs. Bryan I' enjoyed Church in Gainesville 76a A4M/
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur t .
Sunday. Attended ,
I Whitfield Sunday. I IJ; East Side Bap- >

local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and Visitors of :Mr.: and :Mrs: W. A. i is>t and saw lots of old friends.

services not otherwise available.We Knight last weekend were Mr. and Charley Welch has a brand new

Mrs. J, L Douglas of Jacksonville.! 'ileep freeze and it's full of pork
I k kl Ilk I II I I I I, Mr. and Mrs Bob ';beef t sausage fish
Barkley and and what

furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and their children :Margo: and ,;\Ii-ke. of I have you. I'm beginning toer

accept ANY life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY Jacksonville were Sunday !supperKUc the bottom in a place or two i in I 195a l M llfI

company as payment in part or in full on a funeral ..ts of air and Mrs W. G. i 'mine. Wish some good benevolent s

Consultation carries no obligation. Stnngfellow. neighbor would fill it for me.

1 Following a visit with Mr. and Ethan and Mable Sapp me -til!!
': :fir S R. S.
Rosier Lt. and
;' Mrs. working on their house. We feel I
'J. R Jones and their children, sorry for then!

Linda Barbara, Jimmie and Mikem

,A. .i i Thursday to their home i inJal' church.

BEAT THIS VALUE \('...IJ\'illt' This ,
roinmimitY!! v.i-i uld> n.',:I

\), ..'1d Mrs A. C. Davis and by the death III! H. I 15: (Cro-by

'n'' -'-n, Clifton, visited Mr. and Monday. '

IF YOU I M> B. Strickland in GainesSunday. Jack Tru'.virk .
CAN : of LI> Irk. .\ ,"
I : Mrs. E. J. Yar- visiting the school! Wednesday, anMrs. -,

bit: .h accompanied Mr. and Mrs Hammond the Lunch R '"in.

Da: as far as Fairbanks where Supervisor, \\ .IS ln-ie Thor Il.} .t
sht; 'I I i- the gust of Mr.
and Mrs.
DON'T WAIT ACT NOW AlbYai: borough.I We arp glad t" knllIh.lt :Mi-

Maggie Norman is much b. t tie"

But sorry to hear that he ---
I son i I' .---
suffering from a heart attack i: I I -
I 'y
/ :
HEILBRONN Remember Church very :Syr: _> L"7..

day morning beginning at 11 t .1, I in ------------
Iy! :Marian NornuriStlu
and Sunday School
at T o> .1 I u

B. T. U. starts at 6:30: ant .-v. n

ing services at 7.W:
: p m Hiinemeeting :I

1 ml NY\\s eat. h Wednemi.iy n.uht:: ,iT '
!1' ,t. :icgular, montlih uteettug; of p.m. : ...:., ti.yd y

H< ilbronn P. T. A. was held

JSK- school cafeteria Thursday::; Sickly Men, Women ..: -& _' -y--- -_.. ..

'uk'I lt! After a short business::;, AI.", th o 1/ !. .,., .I, H, .i' n .,
And
refreshments and Children .
1..11 a social H.J I It 1/ I. JI a II'. vv' tC '

-if were enjoyed by those pies
r>o yon fret hail so ,tetlt ;\\1' ,
All '
: members and friends areiiUfil
and run down you can h.irlhti' 3rfl : '
: to be present at the nextnitfting ; ; ; '..Is
nn your .'' 'I' I'' !,- tIesr.i! ,h':
which will be held th
leaveoii l 11.' n' i u.! i !'.ia t'rilie: +I"
Mid!i Thursday in February.
next nioMiint! :;; I'. v..u. .' foir.vni, :

TANK TYPEVACUUM Local Ncty* elf ID e.tt '!;-'!1'' t'-el misei.ih
? Mi and Mrs. Ancil Norman
afterwards" If u1. ;eve IN'NKKi :!
.
.1 i Mr. and Mrs Levy Norman of
i, TONE a chart, e to. ln-lp vou IAn < ''
'-; community attended the ; "
. !i dren also fall prey to rumlo-* I .'
.
in. : :Meeting of the Clay Electric
ditions and becnii.e, aneini. "11, -..-.
'Iterative 1 at Keystone Thurs-: I ; /,
i'lose' interest in !s< hool! \\1' k nI ,
i\ :\11'. and Mrs. Ancil Nor.i' i i
I don't eat or play like well < i II' '. were one of the lucky prize to t-
I(
should. Yl"IIO\\'t' it to them t 1., t u .
\ ,"nn. rs, winning a lovely of
,FULL CASH PRICEs14 pair INNER-TONE: with its bl'01' i h.t, ,1!.:: -
\amty lamps
ing iron'ita! titam'la ; u. t
CLEANERCOMPLETE :\1' s. W. C. Hill of Ocala nd
1 Natu/e's own hubs I IXNKt.: 1: /
:Mi.J.. E. :Moran: of Leesrnn-g were ;: .
TONE is! reasonable ( p-' .. .,..
> < .
visiting relatives in this! community '!J>>: ;:m-h'1>' .' >
few cents a day to take I'1' '..
Monday.Mr. .
WITH yourself or your family g,> "r;: i
and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and
feting .
549.95 get IXXER-ToNF. n
!family were Sunday visitors in ,
VALUE I KOCH drug store today! : Ft- !"::i. / h
8 ATTACHMENTS Jacksonville. Sorry to hear that tomorrow.

Mrs. Morgan has been sick his

FREE week. We wish her a speedy get p. .

2 YEARGUARANTEE well. I I'" nUl" P"I'f'/ul.n'Hl.rt" I'll:!;'" OI.1J,'!, / /" "

1 PAINT SPRAYER Little Grady Ellis of Worthing: : I f"! r j I1IF t tinallnfw ..Nir .1 tflti' 4 tnntupl| <>f t M ,

For Painting Rug '"i. Springs was overnight gw.ti WELDING / I ;- ,i lUc! Below, the 'n-ulii>iial mw ui !i"ii' .i.,'.

Shampooing, Deodorizing, > Gt'rdldorman' Thursday '':. '. / l Y:; I 1I..I.le's, Super '"WJ" for l'> ,2': Beth Uiii;- sari d.l

and Mr. and \ "iJotlft"! Both f"-.itnr. r">I 'IIV' fI' \,
Other UsesiACME'OXv Mrs
Many Hamm"r.i .< ... t r-i [p"wt'r
aldien of /: _,_- i J i ,J"S. Drive'Milhitethrihlnl; i," (Mrli W,'
Glen wenm. :- : j .. (' :
\I: 1 'W.: .
I
otboff'rrnewG\llIvil.LlIt.
guests of Mr. and MrKidi, -; I i ; i Ut ular action.
r
iM''] 1t l Sang Saturday night. ; j. '.......... ..,. ..... ..'u .3 ... r.w eterl'p.! jiui] an even smoother "Korket Ride! And in tl..-

Mrs Elvie Chandler of Ken HYDRA MATIC SUPER DRIVE'! NEW CM HYDRAULIC STEERING*! NEW OLDSMOBILE'S : ,:: ,' ..nt new ftinety-F.ighi, OUamobile achiftra a nrv.l >

WITHIN 150 MILES t tui-k\ was visiting her brother Now UyJra- latic Drive add a This newest dnd"r.meP! in "Itb-;; more h.,r-' [ l ; fine-car dttign. A ue
... law and sister. Rev. and Mis A new range-"Su r" Rang* fur power-assisted steering new Quadri-Jet (, ; iattri<.rt-Uir fiwt vqi ve err

t f = I II I I G. Karnes last week. .I We offer the people of Starke taper performance--tLrillin new tales out the effort, leaves -new bi;:h-lift brilliant sew "Kwlrt" Okbroobik f.rf I'j,!

M It was good to see George Jordan : action in any dritin* iituation': in the "feel"' cf the nheel : more thrilling than : on :r.eci..1 JJ-play' in our tihtJ.roomr: them today :
and of the
u vicinity one most! .
STORES
and of Alma -
family Ga
I visiting relatives here over tht modern and finest equipped :' !,19 S-2 ""o i.-D 'SMOBlLES- I NOW ON DISPLAY I AT THE FOLLOWING I DEALERS' .

| 40S W. Forsyth St.- Jacksonville Fla. weekend. 70: P.M.. :Station\ W1BHThannel( 1I l-
Fridav :
Edwardtilonda.Thru
With Jou) las
I welding shop! anywhere. I -On Telfxision : ( HS:\ :New
I would like a free home demonstration at no obligationto Mrs. \\". C. demons Sr. and { (Courtes Of Your Old mJhile Dealer.

I me. I Mrs. W. C Clemons Jr. left Fri I Work Guaranteed l lSMITH'S .

BRAND NEW VACUUM @ $14.93: day night for Miami to visit Ik
Norman who is ill. We hope !lie GARAGE

I I Name .- _. __ ___________________-___-___-__ I will be better soon. AND MACHINE SHOP TORODE CHEVROLET COo

Address Mr and Mrs. Tom Porsythe of ,
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Lake Butter were weekend "tiestsl Ten>ple .\\e. tarke
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City State ____ ___ STARKE FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS
u - - ---------- -- -- of Mrs Caroline Clemons. and attended PHONE 111

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FRIDAY, JANUARY. 1932 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ST.\RKF. FLORIDA.
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'- I', '''Mr. Texas' Offered Dr. GartenhausWill I Christian Church (Oriental Missionary At The Tabernacle St. Edward's CatholicRev.

OUR L _.__ It Thursday NightAt Be SpeakerAt
'> -.'.dl always find a welcome 'Society ConventionAt Dr. John McNeill, internationally Richard Lyons. 1 JM-'

Lake Swan Baptist Church : rifndly, church. \Veappre"iir Park Of Palms known Scottish preacher and Sunday Mass at 9:15: a :-i

\ at serv- Weekly Mass at 8: a in:
presence every musician will be at the Taber-
air Texas' !the w.iri: n.st Confessions Saturd
.
Bible school begins at 1C n isle In a series of special s. rvon .
Christian western mull,!, 1 on ure I C. \V. Colson 8:30: P.M.Children.
'i. ,
as '
superThere :i' Friday at 7:30 p nr. His
will be shown Thur, night s Caterhis: .
1 iay
i
I I classes forth
I are IrJt'ct will be "What God Never
January 24. at the Lak. Swan I Wednesday. 10t) p M
teachers
qualified toM ak F gIves: On Saturday at 7:30: !
ChurchMissionary Methodist Church ;Bible Conference audl!"( uin it .
Baptist t
I. d ning Worship begin ; r there will be a Youth Rally ,
I 1 was announced by the Re iohn r ; The Lord's Supper i;* n Dr. McNeill: will present a Church of ChristCorner
Month continues to R. E. Rutland. District :Minder representative ,>t 'n- Billy ,
Rev. ry' o 11:15 a.m. This is a "Vi-ical, : :.: I..::M:': assisted by the 10th. and :MoM.th.ui:
bf recognized at the First Baptist C Graham Evangelistic A ? ..a'ion "
Gainesville )
the
of for tVorshipl
Superintendent 't' every Christian 1 nth :- -" :'!>:> At the
'
Bible School 10 A M
of Starke. This Sunday morning producers of the film. g..r
.
Church ] nt.\ The mes .>. S: .i
District: of the Methodist morning ;!Il' iv morning at 11 Preaching 11 A I. : )
Dr Jacob Gartenhaus missionary i ito will be the guest speaker in the "Mr. Texas' is: a depan! JI > the Jews, will bring the menI I the: accepted procedure in (rhtisua r { ', '
!jvi-esat 6.;;0 p 11: u i ir it I t': At t1 "angeln Prayer Meeting and I P.;
sage, "My People's Need". The I First Methodist Church of StarkE: i I,motion picture produetmr, .'. 'hai 1-I1.1'a\'ol': at 7 :;lo.. '.< l t':< Siinda i' 30I each.tin.. : ,,\ T 0: 1'. :MEvery.in1

adult choir, under the direction ofMr on Sunday morning, Jan. 27, at'j: j j it is a remarkable conihn.i'I 1 i n ,ervu-e Tiy .if.\ v>- \ v ill! 1 A

Mona Canova, will bring 11 o'clock, in the absence of the i I life on the Texas plain- tern! aII tList'n .1 e ,',' .t it I ri

special music with Miss Julia Lawson pastor, who will be participating : 'oil wells broncho bu.-tinj; .''.ttingh... : d.- .!' T ,' i i ted.1I I tiNTtItr'.i'11: ; HOI l\r >. -
at the organ. Sunday yards riding roping and! : "" .
..
even-j in the "Cuba for Christ"'an- \Vednes; \ 1'' ii 1 "f! .t' ( III IU II
jng Dr Stuart Clark of 'cattle: skillfully blended .: "
I idy!: will! t ; in \\ {Hi ini.u > a ;
Ecuador, vice president of the gelistic mission January 21-31. I'Billy Graham evangel* Kint (', ,! : i ,r. .tt u! rnil! ", 1I I ..

WoiM Radio Missionary Fellow- Chaplain L. A. Shepherd, of the ]paign in the great Will! f. :>1'l': i er.sim! : S' :3n, :>

ship and cofoundermil directorof State Farm, will preach at the \ 'Coliseum in Fort Worth T. Keb i i fay..: :M.! \'.

radio station HCJB, will be the Sunday evening service at 7:30.1: i Redd Harper( of "Redil nalp) L I, t nus!;.el 1 t 1 .",: ,

speaker. Hollywood Roundup" th .\ : ::. It. i .. r 111
Special music will be furnished by j Methodist Pastor FJ 1 soil \1! N- .
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HCJB i b the world famous station ; 1 -
"
ed Forces Radio Netwoik is l 'Das I I! Li ; : ,- :' II'i the Youth Choir. i n"II : : i I' eleci i: "
< Heralding Christ Jesus' Blessmgs' [ Jim Yyler. the "Mr. Texasof 111: .: t II"! i dn.l, : Assisting Revival .
pn--idt ? '
h'
Intermediate I kith I \1 I ; I i-ii'i Leoi i : N; _
i used extensively in givingthe The Senior and : the picture, and Cindy Walker, Board of Jewish Missions. 1m Effort In Cuba .',1 I it !; ,'.i, n, ,1',1' K 'lit.: ai.: ( I: }1' i'.x.-i r viol :. ,! ,( tlliKK I ION
gospel message to Latin Methodist Youth Fellowships meet one of the best known composers will at the First Baptist (II tin[ ?,10\\ LotI 'u"
speak i I'.ilni.-: : K.; -" '.' H. ..:.:t- .i.iuil: \ W B M 1 l K ":w and \-i., i. ., '. ,,' ,
America countries. At 6:45: Dr. at 6:30: each Sunday afternoon. \ of western and folk tunes is featured Church iu Starke this Sunday 'I-1 !; I k:, '- T i.inaf: \ ; Mitehell I j 1\ : .Iam1,1.[r i pub::
sly J711: i I I' K'.U.TC: ; : Fiv: lions ; \ ,1:1 i >u- men !h .. .. ,
I \ it, tit! 1'1\ 1 itad : \ :
Clark will show moving picturesin .',, ,
; as Katherne Tyler, his sister. II' the/ FII'I t Methodist
I pi- II
i l Following the evening service there morning.Dr. I1'risldru,, : o! t> :-\1,1\ I >1Erny I Taben.! 1.1 1Miss l lI ll 1- ,,, ,' ",
color telling of the ministry of BoUi Redd Harper and Cindy born in'' "shod, i: of! Sinko. will be among I I in .I' in- '\
will be Hour for a3 I Gartenhaus was : h.ibeen .
a Fellowship a in I .
missionary Johns ,
Kathy 'I.t- !t": \ "
I. 11.1..t I
the radio station, "The Story of a Walker had made decisions tc Jewish the group of 6.1: Methodist ministers I .q. r'tta flit "
Vision". At 7:30: the Happy Hour young people in the recreationhall. serve Christ a few months before Austria in an orthodox and who will conduct an evangelistic China aiiti India and has the able leader of the Y l1t1! Me-i.-! 1 '': _I" ,h'III t. et t! -
I home of wealth and culture situations the mission 'last
various
on
of Saturday. She ha.l I pi. pared "';1,351(515, ,tt'I JI.I-I: '
will feature the gospel singing I the picture was produced. campaign in Cuba during the
was educated in the strictest fields of the world at his t'mgei ,
a fine
p ogral1l'hidl 1'1",1 i | :c-.t '
{ !ti
the congregation and of \ corm !
message
Members week of January 21-31.
of the Graham
nesday 7:30: with by the Billy Jewish schools of learning, tht: tips. He will bring ne\\ s and flit tfconct'I'ning interesting.
Dr. Clark The choir will message:
youth in their Bishop Roy I(. Short of Jacksonville
Evangelistic party appear cherished hopes of his parents being the Seminaries uiiilcr
sing led by the piano-org::n-duo. Pa;tor and prayer and testimonytime natural roles during the Greater rabbi. resident bishop of the Florida An inspirational HOI > \\ ,I' i ..i'by '. r \lm.1I; i rllh"
become
that he might a the Oriental Society t india ,
Missionary \Vc ltJ .> ,
Mrs w in t 're..ipiirecialiou >-
Sunday School meets at 9:45: for all. Fort Worth Evangelistic Crusade. He to this co'inlry in his and Cuba Conference will di- 'n-nn.. V.,_..n L __...." ..........., t... Thornquest.time \j
came dapa loss, rUB"""a, .nna, tor the l I.. ,
with departments and classes for "Mr:: Texas" is said to have had ret'r the "Cuba for Christ" mission
A cordial invitation is extendedto I I more wealth, but South
youth seeking America (three fields) and st''erllother instrti-! flowers, actof cullin} ,,
all ages supervised by Dr. W. J. all to join in these worship the largest premiere showings of this new world with all its charmfailed which is sponsored by the Methodist and Greece. Those who attend ments. she will add much to the other expressions of -'.I,, :
I Church's
Woodham Jr. Training Unions at any film ever produced. A combined I to the Hebrew general board of these
services for the (Christian and non- give young open meetings will thrill alscto music of the convention Mrs. i during our recent beieu.iWe '-
6:15: with unions for each age audience of. 100,000 witnessed which he found rv.mgelism. I
of heart only
the word of crusades
peace in thl'I Ruth Leo, who .
has wish to t6.! F
just rl'turIwt.l.from especially t ; I' n
group and J. T Lawson director. Christian who wish a church home the film in six premiere show- Jesus of Nazareth Israel'- The group will meet in :Miami: I
in systematic distribution of the a trip around the world, )! ther Lyons and the I I't ."
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Mid-week service regularly Wed- to worship regulaily January for a briefing session I
ings.
Messiah and the world's only Word of God on these fields. Color'I I
I and will leave for Havana the next ha'ing'Isited the fields of The Jones Funeral Hnmt'I t l '
Xo admission charge will be Saviour. So wonderful was this I films will be used to help tell the Oriental
Missionary Society, will ta McLean and children;
4 made, but a free will offering will I revelation to him that he rushed day by plane. Working as two- I vivid story.Directing. be heard with
fresh news from
man teams, the churchmen will
be taken for the Billy Graham j I into the street, stopped two of hif I abroad.
the music
join ,\'ith.Cuban ministers and for the Convention CARD: OF TII\\: h"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. "Hour of Decision network broadcast own people and told them that the I I will be Rev William We .
I Gil- wish to
missionaries to preach through. II .I The meetings will be held in !!I expresout! .l.lI t ti
I Ir Messiah had come. Soon a crowd who ',
out the entire island republic. Mr. lam is in charge of the workof the Auditorium at Park of the''i and heartfelt appreciation' i
_,, ,_ i, gathered and he was witnessingto
I Mitchell will be preaching in the The Oriental Missionary Society Palms in Keystone Heights on interest and flowers III!' .1.- '
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor I them concerning Him of Whom in Colombia, So. America and |! illness and death of '
Church city of Aguada, where the Methodists I Sunday afternoon at three o'clock our >
i Presbyterian
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Mosses in the law and all of the of Florida recently raised: I I who has been giving some of his i when a great missionary rally will I II 'I May God richly bles.e.i. I t.: ,

, (PHONES: Office --Pastorium: 130 i I Sunday School at 9:13.: ; prophets have written. money for the building of a newi tune in connection with Youth for i j-tart off the convention, then on j| every gesture and kiii.lr.e'meant '

I -,,- ---" ,----" ,,- Friendship Class 10 a.m. Immediately he dedicated his i parsonage. The week's campaign I.j Christ there. Recently he was one Monday through Thursday the '! so much to u- .I.: .1 I .<\1

HEAR MISSIONARIES 11 a.m. Xorniug service con life to the task of winning his own will close I''' ot two evangelists in a city-widt I will .
with a mass meeting .,in j meetingwill be held at II) ::111;,) a mI we always hold "
To the Jews Dr. Jacob Jartenhaus; Morning ducted by Rev. L A. Shepherd. people, being convinced that the Havana January. campaign in Georgetown. British I: and 71') [Ini C Cat, / den and farad} .

To Latin America Dr. Stuart Clark. Evening Youth Fellowship Sunday evening only hope for this sin-sick, sorrow Mrs. Mitchell and Barbara I I Guiana where up to 5.000 attended I i

I ,, I at 7 p.m. ing and suffering world is Jesus Jeanne Mitchell will the meetings and wherl''arl.llIs '..'- .- -.- -.- -. .---.-..- ,- - ..:'
wI-" flNfeee-------------- accompany
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 .\.1., 7:30: P.M. I Iriiriini OF .msrs CIIKIST Nazareth.. In an interview Dr Mr Mitchell as far as Delra Y II churches in the city are apparently i'M. Convention I Ii

Sunday School 9 :t5 A.M.- Training Unions 6:15 P.M. OF LATTFJi DAY SAINTS I (Gartenhrtiis stated th.1hI'\ wa> not I. Beach: where they will visit with.. being revived in a way that has i !j Issionary I

Masonic( Temple Call Street.Sunday what some tern!! nmverted! .11'\1 \h s Mitchell's parent, Dr. andMM never taken place in Georgetown I
MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY. 7:30 P.M. I I II
I School, owry Sunday: i out athet i .1 i "mpleteil .I Ji \\ !I T A Mosley, until :Mr. Mil: R<'\'. Gillam has a fine tenor voice. I :i .1t

VISIT morning 10 a m Sal, ran ."it Serv Till] .- t LI l ii !::1.1'1"-\1.! \ tji.r! ;., II returns to Florida. Februaryl 1 and plays the piano and accordion I
THE CHURCH[ WITH THE VISITING PASTOR
u'e6 :?0 n ni A < ordt.i': < \tHnr; .,. ''i." I Ir, F'! n t I II., |II II! ,M I l :Mr :Mitchell will fill \hi< regu This convention is the fart of.I I PARK OF THE 1 1r

, is extended to all .IM. i ;;e, .1 h\ I I I'"r iching appointments or three in Florida during the wmt>' PALMS :I

v Keb ?. months From there the team will i I Ii
ttIII
__ --.- -0.- : go to tit. Petersburg and Miami i It- KEYS-TON'E!: HEIGHTS(

Bishop West for conventions in those cities' i I
1 JANUARY 27 31SUNDAY.
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The two other members of thE -

BAPTIST MISSIONARY CONFERENCE To Conduct ServiceAt team are Miss Ruth Bergert, whc, I I I. I
: I I JAN. 2;, :t P.M. :MISSIONARYm
St. Mark's will assist in the music. She ha; | I I II
: I j 'lln.-Thur.. 1 10:30: () .1.11.:1nd 7:45
r I also been in Colombia, So. Amer, II : P.M.:

1 <_uir! Sunday( ntorui rig ica. and while there had charge ol f ; !1
DR. El'CENE; : EKNY: President The I
r St I Maik's; (church w ill] the radio programs of The Orient, Oriental 'IiI -
I
\ i 1 i'' ted( at 11 a.m. by tlv,e Missionary on HCJB. the Voice oi > sionary Society.Ue I
lip J e'o fI
\ t dW oy Hamilton West, Bisho P] I the Andes, which reaches all oi l I
.' ,nt",! Florida. Bishop Wes It South America and around th I \ \V. M. iillani; ('(llomhj S4. AmericaJirectinj

'1 ,k ) I a: iied 1 t Starke under t he, world by shllrt'a\'<'. Severs! j the :Music. I
... d-11Fat'f 1
.1' v.- Ministrial Allianc, years she wa asked bE
ago to
''; 'flirt I'1' :Miss Huth I ,
Herbert:: -- Colombia. So. AmericaSoloist i
I' e' 'I I when he preach soloist for aIianll: Youth fO :

.' '::1 i in:: the Baptisi' Christ City-wide! : ampaign i ir I I : Voice and Flute.Assisting (

ft I time:: he wa, which 7"i ( hurches cooperated I I

'" i tc I :,;ai: -tudents a.t Last winter.lie was on the Youtfr L j With MusicMrs. -

k -- e 'IS i i'' -Mill: for CIiiist chain through Florida J : Ruth Lee Just t returned from ;a 1 t tupsitinjr i I

A I'' \ I h 1"": -ixed talon It I Playing a flute! whuhe, r pl'ly..1e I I I \ mission fields of the Orient. I

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Pastor Hob (:Gray Dr. Laurence Smith Dr. U. Cecil Moore Dr.) Jacob dartenhausSaturday ; Sun <' I'",,' a r C i "' BE SURE
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Wed. & Friday I'' ah\ { rI
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Sunday Thursday i :' '. i'i ii torpi"
il j -7)
i prayer ;n. i.-a-e ".:

I tin !uu1-try, at.,: r ti! '(,eela! ,i.tt' ;; r/J llOlll'liNt (WI' ll'
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH HamptonJANUARY I 1 i.niwill, ,; )be used: for Theolog:

I I ii! Education.: St. Mark's i-i

23rd 27th "-- 8 P. M. t 11lg.h-ie I ully they aware are of this that need.a yoimgtailiuti hop, SHOW DOWN" WAY



Everyone We/come/ 9 Nurse ry Open 9 Special Music S..IHU It of Sewanee.the University Tenn. may of th'h. 4 ,

co'n'o! them this June as pastor

Th ': hivc the added interest tha 1 I

111'' "f St. Mark's own boy Free! ,

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DR. JOE HENRY HANKINS p.tush! I hou-ce often service by ; i I
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ONE OF WOHLIVS ( ; HE.\TEST E\: .\ \( fLiS7ti: in\ ,it.i'mn to attend j if- extend.

Sound St'ripturalS"holarl Stirring Sermons
Church of God sI

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8th & St. Clair Sts.
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"THE sI.1'l\(; HASIMERS" Sunday School If a.m.

Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m
Illll.l',1NIIt:: I AM I) TONY Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m i

Y P E Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m

.4 s FEBRUARY 3 TO 17 15 BIG DAYS Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m


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TTTTTTTTYyyTYTTTTTfTTTTTfTYTTTTyTTTYYYTYYYYYYTTI ? ed. The okra didn't come up at all. [ want the recipeVe heard! la-t duced
J. O. Gay Opens almost a* well as Dixie 18 708 acres. and at 16.511.539
Needless to he doesn acre when .
i say plant I yea about xxilt-reaistant tr.ma- but seed you pour in batt.'
supplies are very limited in ]1950 These
totals .
FARMER'S that way now. And he wonders toes and were 'ery much interest-: Insurance Agency Coker's 811 include pasture j tip-top when s.>-. titer ;
:2 stands well has
: good
: how he could have been so stub- j ed at the time as our tomatoes I, weevil I' and woodlands as well a.r anti! ]..Ih
resistance and
almost -
born. i were wilting right and leftS J. O i derrYI i Gay this week an |' yields cropland In 1940 a total Of Now. ab. ". ,)d S .

DIARY S nounced the opening of Gay's In j I as much as Georgia 281. 1.61 70,622 acres of farm cropland! | gingerbte.il \ r" 'd : !

Well thanks to the fine help It seems that for every man surance Agency at 116 N. Court th'St Some e stations Northern have hybrids tested by j in I the state were used for harvest j of butter s ti.i'! .1 .: ,
not shown 1
: By Sam McCarvey our friends gave us with Blondie trying to earn a living there are in Starke better up j and approximately 1.800.000 acrer t < :..;g. 2 I.t:0.: .l'I 1.'hf".mlilk 1.

: she }s about healed now and xve'at': 1 least six who are trying to ; Mr. Gay graduated from th i i I sufficiently than the com- ) in 1950 according to prelimimM .15-I'
The author will be glad to reeve mon'arieties to justify their use. re ports.er .
think that we were very lucky to I beat him out of every cent he has. | Unix-ersity of Florida last June: ,, ( first 1 :O or: 2 ttM-v, s u .
: items of Interest concern- Only generation hybrid seed'p
have saved her. Met' .ight pigs Thing that steamed us up is this and has been associated with acre land! values are I' tlion: :spi' S 'I' t h, '
activities of In from a
farmers
reputable
the
Inl? j concern should bt
are fine m fact we think that i i business of selling mixed yellow j Equitable Life for more than a ported in index, numbers, ratiu-!' *'1 i- i a.I I,! 11"\ '
Bradford County. Suggestions may used Seed from a field of
they are about the best litter of i| and white corn. We buy white. year.; His wife. Mrs. Muriel Gay. hybrid than in dollars with the Ifl-! :! :lx Mix s. t. '
bf left at the office corn better
: Telegraph or i are no than those of a
pigs we have ever raised. They j corn for our hog if they are on has taught in the Starke school [ 191 4 average representing IM.' It' .5, 1 : lola-. -
mailed to Sam MoGarxey, La\xtey, common) variety. .
are starting to eat now and we pasture' but yellow corn if they for the past three years. I 192 the Florida index stooil! .tt; -. r. ar ', .
Generally
are giving them pig and sow meal. '' are being fed in a pen. Lately wehave Mr. Gay is a native of Trenton I I f application of 500 ITS, dropped to 172 in 1930 antI! ., V Its ;p -
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.llA.AJUBarring A A AAAAAAAAAAAAA-AAAAAAAAA I mixl'dth milk and a little bought some corn. supposed- was a member of the Insurance: pounds <> fertilizer per am 133planting in 1940 In March of 19o" I''", ., 1 pall: t ;

any accidents. Tuesday I good idea to clip the hair on a Aurofac taueomyscin). ly a mixture of yellow and white. '! Society while at the Unii'ersity ','at 200 and a side-dressing t>f index| reached 210 since t tv:..I'lime Vt' ::

cow's udder. o of presumably about half and half. pounds of nitrate of *<>da Pt.1I u has gamed about ten I, ., n'l.'! S
should be a great day. for the got a pair sci-- He states that he will give indi aero at the last cultivation should pr.in'eai'h ( I

Florida Special '- due to arrive in sors and tried it. Seerm-d to helpas You might know that the first But actually there is about one vidual attention to each person ( four months reac1 ng 27'1'\ ';,1' Alt'! 1 .
give good results with hybnols.Spacing .
Jacksonville at ":15 a m.. and ; Joy does less kicking now. But day we switched the hens from gram of yellow for every hundred insured with his firm, and will alsi November of 1951 'S S. '
20
plants 2s
Alice and Pop will be on it. Pop 'she had better stay out of thee gg math and scratch at evening, white. We will buy no more mixed Ofcorn fer counsel on insurance prob- to incht \ I h.t.! -
aj part in :38 inches
13 still quite weak from his operation brooder house or well clip her : over to nothing but scratch that ,lenis pending roW apart, de |, Hints to Housewives .- Si: "oik* \

and we will have to rig up the sorrifwhere else. they would lay more eggs that S The companies he represents water-holding capacity : :! ...; '
fare
> the *oil. \\111 better .
station wagon with a mattu-ss in S day than they had in a month. Received a folder in the mail some of the oldest and most I give yieltb.tli.in 'n'ITISSU ('AHE : .' \
i t thinii. .
One time at the market in Jacksonville doesn't a thing. this week advertising a booklet : spal'mgNow J .
comfortable But it
back so that he will bf: prove putable in the insurance fi..lJ.Tht. I 'I'lplii: .hot' coin: meal mtlf": :II: 'St i -
home. It certainlywill we saw turnips that look- I though for we know that maximum -! which would tell all about the
on the trip > Gays )reside m an apart glllg-erbl't'ali, ami pit are It-! I
'ed as if they had been scrubbed a the signs when to plant. harvest. jmem Is The Time .
be wonderful to have them : egg production requires )| at I the home 'uf Mis .IB tempting dishes! at ;tn\ time t to'I'i ,or.,! i \

both back again. as this farm has for hour.. they w -re so clean. We'didn't balanced feed. '1 set egg> borrow money etc Sapp JOT \ (Ciu-iix St To Fertilize Oats specially so m iiflttiJI V 1.t 1.-> II 1 II"; -.

while they think much about it at the SOS ;| Guess we'll send this bird a dol- ;; S '
lonesome ploce t thiee
been a recipes sometime l/I 'o!' 5
time, but now we know that as in Our cold frame is in full production ]1 lar learn when the best time is t< And Rye Pastures son":: .i > ",
were gone Alice can hardly wait Brooker watch the family call foi :sm.i-ii'1 \1-1 i "-.1
ElectionSet
thing else theie is a knack beets cab- borrow is. then borrow I
to get back to her farm home a< every j noxx Tomato money First b* !M t t.J i t .

she has missed it very much. in gatheting tying and washing bage. lettuce cauliflower and some from him! For Feb. 12 :Nd\x: i I" fi : mif to apply a Y till need the corn meal muffin*, S{ as fippii!: : "' S I'i

:turnips or any other greens.Ve Brussels sprouts are all up and P nitiugt'ii t 1111'-.1; f-mf> to oats or I cup of buttermilk. 1-4 I .
rate "\ii! .: '
are learning perhaps the best growing. We are doing our best to Going to rush some tomato Residents of Brooker will go tt: ,.. M l' for continued good grazing or teaspoon soda. 1-2 teaspoon salt. 1 I I ,i( You )jn.i'i i id'ox'ei \ II ,

Noticed when milking Joy thatshe way. by doing it over and I over keep the seedlings well watered plants and then protect them with : tHot e polls on Tuesday, Feb. 12 and, f or i production of grain crop Dr. cup' coin meal. 1 egg and 1 tablespoon I .tf! I. t '

was doing more and more again. so that they do not get pinched ; Caps and see how early we I Ii select a mayor a town clerk a Gordon Killinger of the Florida of butler or margarine. Mix .

kicking and milking i i.< enough of I I off at the ground level (caused. i can i get a crop. ; town marshall and two council Agriculture Experiment Station '"'".Ia. salt. and corn meal Divuiti

a chore as it is, without having to' Been hoeing our berries all as we understand it. by a lack of1: 558'here :1 im en. The election was called this i advised farmers this week i,I eiri'g. add yolk to corn meal nnxtuui I

try to keep the milk pail from be- week and still not done yet. Don'tknow moisture )i. Going to spray the \ to plant is one of our i week by Mayor Hewlett S. Ander- i I The Experiment Station agro i and i mix thoioiighly Combinf OI'TIiF. srl'p". t "

ing kicked over But remembered I how long it should take to j ji plants with a soluble fertilizer. as j big problems this year. When we : sj il. i nomist recommended application melted butter xxi-h mixture add i ft'1.1.. KIMN:

reading somewhere that it was a i hoe 10.000 plants but do know i I we tried it on the lettuce plants'' started farming we did not giveS Inspectors for the election xvil!I of from 100 to 200 pounds of ni-1, buttetmilk and mix and. last. fold AT

that it has-been some job for us. and it works fine. ] much thought to what we planted !jbe Tom Stewart. G. W. Baxter 1, trate of soda or its equivalent per III stittly beat"1I'K xxhite Coolgreased i m: \UI-'OHU( ('0. nu.I". f fI fI

One reason we've decided' why it' where but now that we have learn- acre to these crops by the middle' in mutfin tin that .:r.. hot I
and G. W. Hazen. Polls will I
W. C. T. U. takes us so long is that we fuss We are losing some of our prize edpullets a little bit we do a lot of thinking at 7 a.m. and clase at 7 p.m. open I of February. As most nitrogenou* : r

too much with the plants. But we think For instance. xve certainly I| materials livestock '
to what we is range are poisonous to -
j 'losing date for qualification of I. Let ( ,s Save You [
I II 'p To 20 Per Cent
"THIRST TKCJlESIL ANIMALS can't go by a single wet-d. because ;; paralysis. The birds are unable are not going to plant tomatoes all animals should be re-1
those seeking office I
TO DRINK, BIT DRUNKENNESS we know that if we do we'll |to get about (they are down and !I where we had them last year. Wehave 26. is noon. Jan moved from! pastures before the: On Your INSURANCEIn

BELONGS ONLY TO I have it to get out later. It is not I I ,often have one leg extended in j, learned, we think where I application and not returned until

MAN." hard work but it certainly is tedi- j I j front) and literally starve to J our most fertile land is, and rightnow S and Registration located at the books J. W.are Pinholster now open the nitrogen has !been washed the operation of our .Mutual Agency, profits that fir

(HENRY FIELDING IN ous. and it is a good way to get a ,death. There is no known remedy we are planning to plant !i[ : d own into the soil by heavy dexx dinarilv accrue to stockholders(
store.' hack
The books will close at are passed to Polu-x
fine backache. information. It'1! sweet corn there. Still haven't figured :
CHRISTIAN DIGEST.) S ,according to our or rain. He also emphasized thf

I I is bad enough to lose chicks but I out yet where to plant field noon Those Jan. 26. i importance of removing sacks or Holders in the form of Dividends.)
who have
While hoeing we came upon i when they get up over three i i! corn. registered in other fertilizer container from tht We sell all lines of inMirance
? 1 SS the past need not re-register: only : and represent onh) companies -
our first ripe berry of the eason, ,pounds. then it is a catastrophe to : pasture to protect the livestock.

I (we're way behind other growers 1 lose them. i, Feeding time around this farm,L those otherwise qualified who hawrt'sided If oats are to be grown for grair that have an A-plus ratingJ.

: is time. Leo is fed once a j I j < in Brooker for six month.f
Lire I but we did not get our plants setout t i a noisy harvest cattle should be taken off
j I when that time arrives, I i and who have not O. (Jerry) GAY Insurance
rid ot think- day and previously Agency
early). Put the first berry in'I ': Well We got i Toby I reg t tI them before the middle of Febui
did would'hesolve really barks like a fiend Glad I istered. 1 1I H X. Court St.
the freezer part of the icebox:: so ng that when xve We ary Southland oats grazed for Starke Phone L'vi

//nsurftncc that Alice call have it when .she. the problem of Comfort beth,I ;at Joy can't bark. Think what several month last year produced ,

gets: home. !I ing nursed We were astonished I'a'j racket that would b.'' Hope And LaMarr from 25 to 50 bushels ol grain pet -

this xxeck to Butch Com- -----.u .. ...
see nurse
For professional and business .- S I S Star In Comedy acre after livestock had been take::
I II fort as we thought that he had from the fi'ld'hethE.'r
Don't the oat-1
know whether

women seeking security I a kick out of remembering others their get i:, been weaned long ago. We have City Council I I Coming To Florida xvill be grazed until April or will h.rotected JUST ARRIVED !

"for retirement ordered a weaning device and as .
years. mistakes in farming or not but t ;, p from noon for a grairrop
j soon as We get it we will put it on Bob Hope and Hedy Lamarr are
cOStarr'd will be to the farmer ti.
i We sure laughed when we remembered up I
this week how II Butch and then when he tries to I (' in "My: Favorite Spy", decide.J ONE CAR LOAD

xx-e first nurse Comfort she will get jabbed An ordinance fixing thsalaiy a lively musical
C. Can Colley I planted okpa We had been here I I comedy playing It probahlx is best to graze rye
Got to bieak her :some:; way or of chairman of the Street Committee a t I the Florida Theatre this
only a very short time and Sam !I Sunday until all the forage has been con OF ROCK
other. : at $60 per month wa* pass- ;| and Monday. LATH
116 S. Walnut St. Ph. 2hpr.iening 5 decided to plant okra. Here' how 8umf>d. Dr. Killinger advised I I
i
at the regular :
S S S S ed by a 31'ote Bob plays a i
he did it. He punched a hole in I burlesque comedian': It is not necesaiy to fertilize

'' the soil. poured a bit of fertilizerin. Got a bag of onion sets and will, meeting of the City Council. Tues I who impersonates a foreign spy sxxeet lupines now. but catlU AND SHEET ROCK

THE MUTUAL LIFE then put in the seed and coy plant a triple row as soon as xxe.dae'can. | y. Jan. 15. and falls into the clutches of an: should be taken off them by mid

INSURANCE COMPANY of NEW YORKvvvvvvvvvsvw ered it Alice and Pop told him ii Then big problem will be to i'! Under waiver of the rules- the ', espionage ring and a modern MataBari. 1 1i. February if a seed crop is sought

4 ##v,' St waS doing it all wrong. but he keep the rest for future planting ordinance was read! three times 1 I !. Hedy plays tle: part of tht: t this year.

Also I' wouldn't li*tt'n. He had visions of, Will spread them out and find j' and upon its final reading Councilman glamorous spy. In pastures xvhere oats "i' I y.

Fire & Casualty Insurance ; the okra growing like a weed bI' ,'- cool place to store them. Wish xve : Wm. T Jackson moved that In one of the comedy, highlight:? xvere planted in with Balua gl a*". I SPECIAL --- One Week Only

I cause of the fertilizei but of, had bt-en able to get some multi- the IIrdinancbe adopted Tin'r of the film. Bob temleis a hilariou--, i inefiat it is advisable to apply nitrogen I

_I course you all knou what nappen i I plxnig onion j motion was seconded by rouncil- \'I'SIlIll ot "I'ncle Tom'g top-dressings now and. after the : (MONDAY: TIIHonIlTHn..\ y ONLY )

Had our fint experience with m ail L. O. Hazen. with Jackson i,, Cabin'. fUse disappears keep the I

what happens when you culth'ateI Hazen and Lewis voting for. and grain crop grazed closely until it
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t 00(, (close to a crop We Were try- Bishop against the ordincmv. : | Of Hybrids disappt'ars'lfh hot weather j I

ni i}; to throw some earth up Councilman P. L Budges The
;: I Will agronomrt also ret'om $45PER
against) a row of English peas I ch airman of the street committee step up mended applying It "m 400 to 600 I

but got too close and cut some of'the with rew from the council cham (Corn Production pounds of 6-6-6 or 8-8-8 fertilize
KAI5.XI FOR SAMin ,.trawli..rry l K01S SU.KPritiie Mai .' roots The result that about'
:'I-I is ; be r during the of the 01dinance -
Kfitlon nar I..a wI.->' \Vnti |!u\ Tolled llrn-fi.nl Lull \\ irln I passage per acre to Bahia Bermuda, Pan
8J3-S. Stark*. KU UpKOU );;(111 ponn.dv Kean f.., Hint!, : I" onf-third| of the plant have died.' j With re'>:'onably gelid crop,' gola. and carpet betxxorn 1000
grass
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keep from ..
inl>r < 1IoXTlIIall furnl .II..1! h.. *.- riKlit K.: I'-. V\atlin, \\'.iI.I... !I: Albert Hartman. Ilaymond. Weather. Florida laimer.s can pro February' 13; and March, 15: to start I H

$3.50 II.T xx-ftk (luiliiiK xx.ttr I I Speaking of English peas we Saux'e; and A D. Martin ; d uet' 15 percent more corn thisyear new .
iHLLlliiKOI appeareiS spring growth and to follow,
and ) ,
.l.-etrI.-1ty L. "I'.ilm Tr.ul- .' out batch of dried pods'b
a I
*r Park .>1'I"| in.K.trimi. Mark. I: SAM':-i-ruoin imii ; < fore the Council at this meeting'allking than in 1&>1 and achieve, Ut it I this in the spring "i -ummer xxithe
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lip li.ltll \\llltl-S plopillX' oil< Kukl!. we had been saving The seed mayor : what action had been taken'on goal set for them by 'he U S, 100 to 200 pounds tt.ntttat' ..f B.T. THOMAS LUMBERCOMPANY
St. not have been all
i'ah $27"'l: .> "linV may right
| | t'nted l il! partnwnt of .. .
l.o-T-Hlr''* *ilx.i, lii.uel.-t. ivitli \Vh.r .all \\illit..n the petition pre* St'vera Agnculture, according! I IM: Mr- but have learned
that it has
heart, anil' "Kx. in rn>ni ".f M.-lli-) Stabler: *tp I I IX: We xveeks ago requesting the Council to Dr. Earl S. Hornet of the Urn
( tjS( ( ..IIIt'r. '.IIIII -tI.t. Jan I"Illturn not paid us to try to economize ( i
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to 1rt.If.rI l I'M T."l.-ui.nili. to contact the Florida Power & versity of Florida Agricultural K\ Florida
UPKOI p,.Model II: K\.1-Tnt'I..r.M and, John Deere by saving seed. We i ead some- I j Light ('0. in regard to having the 1 1j periment Stations Farm Lands I'MCINP: :JMI f I ;VIIKK, I II t \ .
eiuiinn-nt| | Mr \ S.
: $A I.II'f: I ? -i'r. C'II""r..h'I.) :0:. :Oil.I..)., Silx.i' l..ik.. Ht 1 I. IN>>\ here the cheapest seed is the j'' company remove its high powered ;, To achieve the goal hoxx-exer-. Gain 12 Per Cent
,\-t (''''"lilI''". g.uul) tIr.I .-&. $vi,">. ;;,:. Slarke.: Fla ttp I :23:: most expensive in the long run '

I i6 jt-rrers.ui si I rii".n.17 I:! I and We did not fully understandi lines now located adjacent to tht. they must plant moi e of their ('Ort:: In Value During 1951 ,1:-:;- ; --_'" -- :--"..__- .- -;:-: :; -', ,,-;;.,,,:;,,:,,:;,/= (" :-,,,,: -, ;;;_:::;, ",_-O-C,7': ;

:it.! IIK. :2! 'I Foi; SAMOn.: .. t', ..i.I..v. ele.'in.i : significance of it. Since then petitioners' property in North j acreage to high-yielding hybrids i ,I i
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laiiK.in Kood londltion: 1I*..d vei x ; Staike The delegation was advised |I. and follow spacing and ft. Th- xahie f faim lands
:N'OTH'KJuM' tu "-. ".IK.KH.XX little. li.ik nexxOne Cr.leV |i xve have learned that the one rtihzmgpractices ot in Flo

I IIIK,,, more thnroiiKliort l luiro. .1..t-- elertruref. rift,.ralor alco ti".-.1 thing' you had better have xvhen: that the local office of the 1 1I. conducive to maximumyields. : r"l'i ruse 12 per cent during th.
ImK in .
.y mx I uill
offr for M.il.-' il riMMinaliltprire t-.uty. r.ix.'l.St x.-rx' lull.I Txxn lii<|iiirt-Mot.kx at "lIlh;u.", l.
3 l.iiilt lit-Jtiitlfiil mate..' Jut g ills%%txrnnin suit. :!. xxriKht ni.t-i'-r i'all 21I'I| I 1 K able. Ar.xhoxv xve threw out the' been contacted in regard to this ;! acreage of i O.OOO was This increase in per acre value of Guard Well

around ti(II Hi* SetLeonanl.I old pea pods because we do not matter and that a letter woulrllbp j i''planted to hybrid last year. Florida farm land was consistent

MoorH( Atiltiii. :Miniri* f..a r in.t"TILI'TIn.h' done ox ei. Cul'nbl..1 > want to risk the chance that they written to the president of tht[ |i Since 1918 the agronomist e:throughout the vear From No- These
.a..1 of
tnxxii lil 1JII."n
mi >> : apal'Inlt'lIl' for O.idx- Rights
mail_ :J!11' :1! I Apartments on Dark rent Street. J.'iOper ; may not germinate company< to see if anything could 1 'plained Florida has increased I ib vember. 1930 to 1\Iar'h. 1951 there )

LOST-Txto m.tlmi I :.nix lu-.l i minis I I .\Kt'nl.month A. J Thomas, .lr S be done about it. average harvested corn yield from was a 5 pertnt increase.; ;: 4 per I

l>elxxen <;.tin. S. ill.-. $Iar"' ,' .mil. It.ifli|L 2 Learned something while Alice: R C. Dampier appeared to pro 10.6 bushels per acre to 16 bushels cent from March to July anil ? I j

o.ixnx Klnirlrx (''Utk.'"Ia..I 1\\:III' ;ar.1.1.\f..r I.' Ftn IEX ,. 'I..an allra..h'" rn'.,- was away about ridding her test the parking of two cars of but even the record-breaking 1951 per cent from July to November Thtnjrht.s. ; to liberty and 1 tin" p.ii-I lit ot

('Ieru1' Iiti-I.V l.ak.- I t i sri ti.ii l I''in in -nalile cI'i) fshrubs of a black smut whIch the State Road Department i in yield was considerably below the The national gain for the year wa.- 1
I in IoU'IIII"1"" three based the IlldlIdual'I
roum au' happiness are. UJMUI I i >
FOU flNT1ttiuriib.iiuuI lu) .unmtn *.-. :; h.llll ruM.it- Kntirelxjvtlecnmt It'f!j orms on them and eventually front of his business on South'alnlll national average. 15 per cent the Florida State.
eul 101 I WI.tcli..n.: right to produce according to }hi-" < > tcit -
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tf
The | < >
and l I'alh. $" j kills them. When Chamber S
|I' -' month onIfllh I Jessie and Bob V\ SI. advising the Councilthat government is asking r of Commerce reports.
St I Marvin: tlrifft: Ju-k-.un. II' I and to consume and dispense that} : uhich' }
viII Ilichxx 1'- milefrom F t lit r.n.XT-Txxo *.-r....'" furnished Young were here they noticed the it was hurting his business Florida and other states to mcrea-,t Accompanying the gain in Florida -
apartment*. comfortable l ...t.l .. trouble : (| he produces according to hi- .own ,Idgo'-
Stark.' UpKOI ;.Nome pai... heater ..Istrie > I and suggested that soapy' After discussion the Council apI' corn production this year to pi o. farm land values wa- an increase

: iixT-Ki'f-ioom fllr"h.,1anlm"hl large |><>t.h. and l.ixvn 5 15-5 rangti l I water would help. On one of the p roved the removal of one park1p i vide feed fur increased numbersi in farm acreage Thif'' ment if in so doing he rcspct! I it/l.t(. ..illll'I

.. : i'ri\.i':. .- l i..i I. el.tin. I left'all graded SI In'ids.K road .:1 llt Starke mile. take to I few occasions xxhen Sam did (Ii>1 l inK meter head in front of thr i!;i livestock and to build up grain week s business review of thf | lar rights of others.
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to\e. : t uT and I'll ixatentrime t.ui-e wIt h .iien at ) j dishes he threw I I reserves State
gate soapy water on >r'I't'st'arch and
fill 1 Cliin-ili St 'HuFMRSU.K State Road Departnu-nt office for r in
'arl \\'nlll. l'rooKide .\pt!'. fno.\\ the bushes, .
and .
it worked The dustnal
best
their hybrids have consistently division plal'''' total farm-
use.
.nilifiil \:U. i-u. -... C SHad The foundation of our (Capital;. SI .*.\ *
Der doyen t.i'I Inz.-ii (.u i SI I Xli rAHTMiXT: : FOR KFXT.: partially !, E A. Winkler appeared in. yielded 25 percent more than land in Florida in 1( 40 at 8.337- tern rests on the individual's rig-hI tuat.
.. furnihed. Fra/.e hon .> l.-lnn :
.1 II 1.10.1.1- 111. { a pleasant the best
1"t 1":1I.tbt Miiir, > h J.1": tno .\. J. Mr. 'Sewell surprise wht'nI reference to the sidewalk to 1 bf 1 conn.ion varieties and cumulate a surplus beyond hi I i Will::' diat
Thomas Jr. ,\ilm< tfl .iof the Starke bank I yields on some farms have been > '
n -traIu'r.
constructed a* oii< K: 10 \i..Iiiirroilt :
KtiU S.II--.ttuu.tt ;0t n.Tf20! on Center Street
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ai-re |..e.in grovutring ",...II.IIra.l.r.1 <;I.VOKU SKWIM: : :\1... I tun.r..m j I; dropped in and presented us with south of his much as 70 percent higher than: In f f'.ltr'. llrudfunl f.<>..!>.S needs ; to store those; .saxniKin) i / 1 ti.? auk

f.uinlx'. :J mile* fmml I patixI.ak.: .. i 'n x Fl I i rii.-ne xsi tI.- I a packet of the new wilt-resistant property. advising*J those obtained from Florida: I. I lianrcrj.If of his choice or lo inu-t t t th'." ,tof I 1..
K..y..I..II" llelchl lose. I.> Silxt-i !' Xxlll ml Pan that he could have tile fill dirt common var I :.I.t, ) ,. X U.'nir..II IMiin'itt" I x-
I..p{ r l.'ll' 111 Illll.- American
I' in
Ijike SW C K \I'.r..r.1 XX i tomato seeds We ties Dr. Horner pointed out Not ".' \\I, '!' "f1"1'' sees: fit.
1"11 i-oi d\ t""N ii t. tonal'le W. and sidewalk (
Miller Ke\Nt..ne II. ,,-,,, xx-ere put down at a cost1: ,. ,
I''' certainly delighted i'i X..11. ii*> oiilx >: ,iiuiii, S utter: pail with his only have the hybrids ..
pruducedmore .,
of 40 cents \ .i'r. tpprar.
Foil SXI.i.; Four ,,. li-ni-... Our *" S \ i, 5 .tr- xx 'Ii PH" K tip and i thoughtfulness and XVP will plant per square foot The T-. I l.i! ,
i .11\\ inn d. lixi .. .. corn but they have mu ichsturdier \\'IH/ "II. \xlln I, I' .i(I. fn ''
\ i x :'i S. Council
1 11' reillet. agreed to
uinu xx :it.-r :an.l liirlit Fix. .t. i I! | thorn *"<>ii. Mr Scwell told give Mr Winkler i- I ikni'xx, ii
.nit, tinili.-r E.-t ,ii f t.iik.I1': .. aisle X.'w1I..II\ u-aonalil.r 'in.ii h.'I'I'lin* I ire"* a\ail-" about, a wax of I us the authority to go ahead and roots and stalks than com- 1'.,. f- t h.t-l.x ni.tif.nl, : ''h." i America Was Founded by Mm Willing lo Die for
miles .in !in I i.xxn. i 1'n:, prepanng toma- mon varieties 'II' f.n, I I'z.r. >- hi..* l I.....n filil, j
lII"t..n i :IIP" : < ; TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTM 'n -s tnat: 'lJtnd'd l nm*' .ifipetizingand llav> the work done as it appealed .m-, x ,S.u ,n tile .it.i.x. lIotI'.I l These Fundamentals. Let ('s (;uard Them Well'' !
H A T THE SSE S ., that it would To help tanners produce mor i'i ii r..i. I s i .. ami l x..u .'ro ro-
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\A' cost less
F'i'U I SXI.K 4111' -11101:111: h ii-..(1 I' -in <' hat .\\n\ 'i A ill ,, than the com the Experiment Station'( "'" .j> .. ". ".!I'> "r -"ir' .,"-
,1.11111"1".11111"'" 1\1' \\.i-ln-i one : Or ALL KINDS: 5 v ux cnuin nave it done for -u. ,.|. ,, i 'S e r.. th- "f'
r.,'roni.itiiP.:.'mlix Anton worker offered these suggestions '" .
.tin .Li. k Tiawirk. f I'"ff'v I! '!I..n. -.
\\Va'.r.; alo n-i-d u It, I trio' "i. f i'mrrator : I RlNOV: A. TEn -iiieci! county sanitarian Of all hybrids tested by the *tai I 1 I l I : it ,, ,ft N.al I (I' l.\I: ,"" ( '..,. riHl1' iiDK: I }.;tIJ! I lIiJll 'It' y"u' Id" .,r "'
:tt Smith'' 1.lr\I! : .------ : that S R. Hicks. a city I I' I i'v li.iiiu.: |1'11,s I.I. III.
u1't.:! hir: : 1 1x W//--:75: :J -iiplox'ee should be turns Dixie IX yellow hybrid I la.prl'vcI :, 1.I ula. and (Ii- this
commended I IS i! S i.rfi., -..fti.. 'j.l rX
\ x\Tn > T< > nrv -i. iv.ir.m ,,1 r'eit1: ?'j AHENTION IT the .-.ifll"lf'nl'a..,. in which th supt-rio! Although mmseed .., II,- i .',' nit' <*'nirt .., I 1.. ,to I I
tii: >. nn Klneslex- |L.akuII .X. {| fr&a :'1.1 rkl' oi Dixie 18 are available thanin tl- -'" '!, 'lix ..'I- ... .. ,'..' !
-...w. itt 1. IJ.44i= K>ng1.! x ljF sewage disposal plant i- the past the .5'I f 1\\ 'Ii. t''' u: i .' i II.t ,
supply not
Like "in. !, I' RN I IT U K EUtuphoNttntl If You Have .hcinj-:iid I t that operated The sanitarian satisfy demand If Dixie may 1 tSt'I",, I', S ..i I'.j'1 i." ,,,<,' >"\I'. i I" ,. 'I I II' FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

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\\ XVTF.t: > TO 1:1'I.I. .,-.1 .- ii.l: and a repot from the Stai cannot be ( .,OJ
.c.. ..11?i lI'oh\\ "iII, II, .. P. PINE OR CYPRESS: : Hoard of Health induated obtained North I I'arnlin'i ,<: '
that
st II U- ''It. I'll. .It I n 1I. |1- .n I ,' *' KefinKhed the 27. another gooil xellmx Inhri.l t l t I' ::
..". r 1' ti. I in\: inn':. SI'I., dip tdl plant here was ben
> ; be usedIf Memher I Klcr.il I ) I Insurant ( I '
1-11 H.leFi'K.sXI.I' : 11..1"1'I.Tfla.s: ; : :: co.U TDIBEH 10 SELL ( maintained as -hould! b. may : : Deposit ; orporalionMtnilttr ) :

a white hxhrul i- prt-fe>'11.1 1eorgia .
..\: 230: Tulatka! Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. The 'ountl .' I 11"1'111.1| l \ !! l.Uik-! .
ti I"/I.r
Large Small '''[ /
or Tracts \
: l.r..1..dl} n. xx ..| ...1'17. Ullallll1lllu..la.I"i";" < ; 2"1. l 111\1.: 11. (GeoiKia I 105::
111. Ill -I' i" *I.'U. <::1..." e.i a .. ..
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polity not
t'i a ( -pt! il"s* thit; and Coker', sll I have dun.hon .- \\ I II! ,-
Iltrr"I"n. lti F(IR Till I: 1:1 I IxIin-MlM't-: 1 ( 1 : I 1-1: ,t
j' -UIU i:, '::1..1 i I \\idUi< ,.. 1 1'i, : HY Buy All ;"in t, feet of, right t ..f! \\ ay ti-r .ui') j 1'1'1'1111'" :.n Kxperut[ i ;** i ition
SXI.F.SMXV: XV\XTKD I 1M...it-!1. tlon "Ii !Ln' J.I tC"!"- ,- .1"| new sttvet.s
nan: I"> *uee
lfi'.i': in Itratiford *t.'tintx l"iinfu'i'i. Telegraph tf PAY TOP PRICES A motion xxa.s n.adf by Conri --' ,- "" -' ,_ ''_ ,, '
> : il 1 : .-,- .c : : ", / :-----o-: '- .s.o- ;o.<<; - I'!,. H\l"erlrn.-e ni-t' n......*- bait Jackson "
...u ix Fine ,.iiirtunitv. *l..i> III.I. SERVEL O; VS: KFFKlUKIlVli'i: : ) i :.' 0 I that all uniform* Ii'turn'd >, until 1 inleath ( ',' \ \ '
I I.. ,1.1 itruflttIuIu: l"iiin.-** xxh.- K.-KUl.irlx i lr. .1 I ,i' Jl1':! !"' ,.'. I', II \ to th. City in ta ( \1I'atten ItI\j, 1 I'
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IMVX.I| |I I'rulint- ht' .. l 1,1,1\'l.l, ed t-> *''!1'1 .iT J''! 7'1 "'". N ,.11 I where ney i FEED SEED & FERTILIZER STORE
fn' "it x..r* < :,'.'.1! profil f..r I Io....' til' HI. SI.It'e! I"!.i- > : \Write or Call an employee works for "n, I under 'the pn.seiit < 'it:t\ S i' < ,
hu, ll.) 'r \.. ..I I 1" .il..r h.im i city for less than 12 months '
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he Coiuii h.I,1 no i'i'i' : -
p.-, Pit! *etlillt\, J",.Illlll riiulll! t* R \lUO'( KF.l'AIKKD: 1
f urn,1-hu-ul! ii n tl t.t l "'1'11.- U.m motion was seconded by Hit.-, ontltUle I the |'<;vnii II' t' \\Vill Also Handle ii-niral
til Xlnkr. \iI '1..1.. nd ( Supplier
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11'Ih'1'1: : >: I B.T.THOMASLUMBER I( unanimously ,
Itras..nahi.charirs ciiamnlrrd appr.ivedMrs le th o[ lift tiiHbuiulCit
|I'hI. Ti-lin Ml' := 1 1- :
.: rii XN. C'. Mirriiridi: : Pearl ('olson .
whose ,, "
7H.1X.'. Call .... MarUe I'''. ::tI bind hu- ( 'tlh r.ltJ's .t I Washington St.. :Near S.A.I. Depot) Former Location oi
\\ A I T K K N I wa shot while ,
EXI'EKIKXCKH: CO. I II .111 lut\ a.spolueman a Cit\ inititx tin I TriN-i 1 L'; .'

FJ J lUnch. Irixe-ln FbI l: > \I\li- -P..r m 1,..uI.I" I and who, ...
\VANTF.n. later ,
\ .-I. \\-t ..i F.t- merM.t: ;'. 'S I PHONE 211 J .h'd l li a' .Hi i vii '11 t .11, 11..d I 1 Starke lieddin:! ( u.

1 laur-.lnt. 1 Imlit .".j u ,I'. i I ihree .1 result of this irju'x' h ketl tin lint.ilitx |.s- ., for 'h- i'.' \
$1 hII $.0.. .I'-h. .. P. 0. Box: 735 I'ounii!
h.tlan. $ what
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S. ; the Ot\! .i h'. i,,!t'.,) !Is i in ,i t. ai'i > ,' lIu"lJ.tu'l it.: :
I'Ol'.ND: Money. unnt'r manae month .1 h': < 1.1\\ font t1. STARKE FLA. I' do about the A. D. CROSBYI :
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payti i '!if ( HI .1 r i Mrs C'iL-111 .t.l.
ideiuifjine amount anti |>aInu \- I i W'EOnIXOXD IJIRTHDAT C\KF* I"ii !the 1st and 15ti. .. ,.
i < II month tiir 1".n.I.s.uu uf Sm I il: .- \
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for thU :1*1. II. V. K, iht. -" III' Order ,taken at PI' ?I' '. : .v !iIl' ::;' <:::_ --:. : : ., ; -' : ,,- ,--<- .!'-" --" :
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