Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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t Kellv/ Bids FERRYMAN T. J. Alderman

I. ki'IFT For Re-election Seeks Self To As Succeed Judge Enters Race A Knockout Blow

As Collector/ i For Assessor
i County Judge E K. Peiryman

I now on' the final lap of his fifth .

'Ul1t). TJX; Collector: J. [1. l t'lly'l I term in office announced this- i i At li-i-' .1 t M.ri.' 11I-r.i race '' i11 Take Crop

-p vvio lives west of Starke on week that he wonl.l be a candidate -I I tni Co: p,.st oi ciiinty tax assessorassiued |I! 67 Persons With, Bradford Addresses

-- Bayless Highway, this week an- i for re-election in the May I W\S this week with the

Sheriff I* I). Reddish I.'. pictured abo\e) a. he m-ei\ed a citation nounred that he would be a candidate -. primaries. 1 announcement ot T J Alderman I Six \Weeks

from (i<,\erIIr Fuller \\arren at the rat>iu *t wet-tiui in TaILtIta'i.CI3radford for reelection to this office. The Judge will have a running of Hampton that h.' would be a I On List As Due Income Tax Refunds
1 Kelly said: "I have appreciated I mate in T. A. Yawn, young Starke candidate for the office to bc

Tues. I I the privilege of serving as your attorney, who announced sPvE.>ra' vacated by Guy Andrews at tht : To Come Back

:' months that he wouldeek expiration of the It \oll t :, I '. .r I ': ,
County Sheriff P. D. Bird Siir nicms, negro of 'rys County Tax Collector for the past ago current term : \ : I/o./ "d' }: \ hl'

Reddish received a citation from tal River Fla.. who wabeaten three years and have shown my the i niinty j'ldge-hm Mr. Alderman was born in Lake list below \'''t. .. "" k\ i .th i II!::.' I f H .\ ui I : I H I ".
Governor Fuller Warren ilL Tallahassee to death, by robberin February gratitude by courteous service A-' Butlei. Jan IX. 1891. and has You have :'ii ..noom.t' \ re-'llj"dwaltmg Lamar .Idl'k! < ,,ri't'i: JtnkiiiJi H-.i i' : .t .

Tuesday: for "a duty well 1919. you know, the Tax Collector doe been an employee of the Seaboard for you just tr th- .!:=k Cleo John-on.,1'i .i E. Jones, .\1'1'I l.-'ld! >-. lIlt i ,id |h. i

done". August Tantillo of Augusta, Ga.. not fix the amount of taxes nor : FPL MaintenanceCrew .\11' Line for the past 3t years Illig. Chester KelU. Lena Lewis. HugJ 1 bloom.1... Ill \\ i

The precedent-setting,; commendation who was; shot and killed in a the price of motor vehicle tagS For the- past 28 years he has been I The lengthy list of Flondian? B Maddox, Major Mitchell, Simotj 1 n 01i!I.. ,_ .

but only collects a conductor He is .the son of the who are entitled to refunds on j H. Mitchell Wlt'l MoI -'
was made by the Governorin hold-up attempt at Augusta, Ga. and remit.-- th<' income Johnnie Morris. Mar'L. 1

the presence: of his cabinet at on April 21, 1949 money and keeps accurate reiords Moved HereAnother late G.V.. Alderman, long time I taxes paid during the years I j Jane McCarty, George McDonald I I TIll'1.\ ...\ ,. h I 11
their meeting in the State Capitol.The After the three negroes were I believe that I have two ot the rh'l k of the circuit court of Bradford 1913 through 19 IS was recently Wesley C. ]McGill. Walter Naeft. grow.-i-1 ,idel :, w ot.,,: c

citation was given to Sheriff taken into custody for the murderof finest most efficient and most t 'ounty, and Mrs. Dora Alder I published in the Florida Times- I Sarah Parker. Jerry Petty. Louis! Illltll t ". !'.t.(1, "..j

P.eddish' in connection with his Silcox here, various members of : courteous young ladies in Florida I $1,000 per month pay- j I man of Siarke. I Union. It contained 67 names ofpersons M I H. Prest. Clyde Robinson Pete M 1 I vestiI.! n r u .' : \\ '.ltr-.i.! .

work in bringing to justice three the trio were connected with ante assisting and serving you in this roll came to Starke this week with I Although Lake Butler is now with Bradford County addresses Rowe, Mrs. Louise S. Simmons.': ,ing, wh-i: "" Ill \ 01"!
negro murderers, George Wolfork, confessed to variou roles in the I office. and if re-elected I will continue the establishment here of headquarters in Union County. it was in Bradford : one from Hampton, fivvfrom I Mamie Phy Smith. Willie B Smith'I" *"

Jr., L. D. Robinson and Walter I I, other three slayings. I to' run the best and most t for a combination transmission County when I was born and Lawtey and 61 from Starke Roosevelt Stanley Fred Starling:'j The Thu- d.u 'rm"J .-:

McDonald who were involved in i| Governor Warrens citation of courteous office possible remembering and distribution crew of r I reared there: )[Alderman says '" Some of these may have lonsince I A. L. Stevens Margaret Stokfa : tug was; :!!' >' o. a It\\!

the deaths: of four persons in I I I Reddi.li states that: "The fore I at all times that this i i" the Florida Power & Light Co. "
Florida and Georgia during 1949. going testifies to the exemplary your office" The six-man crew, headed byW. I of Bradford County." ty but many are possibly still iv-- 1 M. Thornton William S. Thorn' !\ estimated I i.i| 'M) ]ii, "

These were: manner in which Sheriff Reddish Mr. Kelly is married to the S. Graves as foreman was M i. Alderman graduated from ing here All readers are advised 1 Felton Tioy. Jim Wall W. A. Wai I"'I' the bloom .u 1"1, i ni -' "

Dave L. Silcox, who wa> shot has discharged his responsibilityto I former Allie Maye Driggers. and I transferred here from Lake Cityupon high school in Lake Butler, and to scan the list carefully. If you lace. lyon McGruder Weathers.I 'cent of (rut:

to death in a hold up of his the lawabidingc1tizt'ns of they have a family of three chil completion of the company'snew later took a course in land title I find your own name coagratula- Mozell Welch. Eva Welch. Rober l'i i 1 j The killing: .; alii',
grocery store in Starke on the Bradford 'ounty and the State of dren. and are active members of $15,000 storeroom at its substation at the University of Florida. He I tion! If you find the name of a M. White Homer Williams, Julii a production h1' 'as h, ,oj, :

night of May, 1949. Florida and it further reflect? I the Bayless Highway Baptist I I east of Starke This is man-1-d! and has four children I' friend or acquaintance be sure tc Williams, Suzanne D. Williams: big scale opei.i'i .'ins \ ,' "

Mrs. Mary Faust Jones of Columbus credit upon other Sheriffs of Flo Church Mr. Kelly is completing 30x40 concrete block and stucco :I tell him. I Stephen Williamson Bennett Wil I' January had caused 111., i,I I., ,

Ga., who was slain duringa rida for their part, in making lifr his firsi, term as County Tax r building was completed Jan 21! Lions To Welcome i I II The single name with a Hamp :| lie. Shelly Eddie Willons. put on a heavy load ot hi"l' "

robbery attempt in Columbus, and property safe and secure In'L Collector I by the contractor Bradford Engi- I ton address was Lee Swain. i The following fruit and out of town bt' ,

Ga.. on Feb. 3. 1949. this sovereign state." [; nee rinir:: Co.The District GovernorAt Listed with Lawtey adJres i be followed in procedure shout<'I| arriving to handle the i .n t :; ,.
claiming a refund I. :lit
I is
j new crew will have the job i were: Mable estimated! now. huwt-v '
Ladies Night I Anderson Algie E i. Write a letter giving the following .. it will
FOUND of maintaining the firt.- : Ilet I be from four to MI I'
Packed House Sees BHS Teams compan "iJ ndrieth, C. T. Ledbetter, Ray information : I before
000 volt I: produ tioi' _
I I from McMcekmnear -- -- ,I mond Scott, anti W. J.
( Interlachen) to Baldwin, r Trulock. 1. The name of the person claiming der way again.
Lose Close Games To Union all the others, listed from
I an honest man I and from Starke to Lake Hutlei i ,, Starke. refund (either typewritten 01 r During the we. ., (.i t I II I.
only one had .
an RFD
addi printed plainly) I 1.011 crates of I t", .
I It will maintain and c-onstrut t all .'ss: Catherine noStxt- \ I'

Before a packed house Tuesday surged ahead and kept control of.. --:7' -..._ '\"F new lines found necessaiv in theBlanding j,, Box 1.All Howard. Rt. 1.L I 2. Social Security number -if r led through t tI .. I .

night. Lake Butler edged out the !! the ball by taking it outside instead > Saturday afternoon while Dr District.I f ': others the person claiming refund. I I Market here v an ,1\ "',

local girls and boys basketball: : of shooting the free shots I Lemuel CoLson was shopping addition to Fi. .'in.u-I fJ He were listed as Starkei 3. Correct present mailing ad $7.06 per cr< ', Irtil'i

teams. The boys lost by a score of't entitled them by Starke's frequent I groceries, he lost his wallet containing for I. Graves the crew is competed ofC J I i I D. J.they Beck are, :Mehon dress of person claiming refund' $7,137.66 fOr, Mi,i we, k ." ,I

36-35. and the girls by 40-38. fouling in the last minutes. Arthur nearly $60 in currency and'checks. [ : R. Tillman. M. E. N'oeg.-l !II 11 !I B. Benson Bell Thelma I This letter must be signed personally tion. The 8\ >"t i_, pi \ ,
Arlie .
Both jamej '"ere thrill-packed i Winkler with 13 points was j : Mays, Fred Ash. and J R Williams 11 I i I P. Bryant Brou hton. Owen I / b\' the person claiming thE-[ siderably lo ,i <
aud kept the crowd in suspense high followed by Rivers with 9. The loss"a;; not noticed until All men have fannliis all.l lhave I Leroy Collins Catherine L' refund and mailed to the following&!' due ill ,'I' ,

throughout. The girls could not. Last Friday night the boys and he reached! home and established tesIi-fl: ,. i'iStarke : Sr Crawford Amo- A. Ditty address. quality cau.J b., 1I p
quite catch Lake Butler's lassies girls traveled to Lave Oak for an his wallet tvamissing..discover't I with tht''t., | t ., 't 1' <>t I''1 Firestone, Duke.-. Kenneth E Collector/ nt t Internal RevenueFederal I and mulching operationThumr'.sifay's -

but kept within striking distance encounter and won Jxith games ing to town, he made a thoiough Graves who" .Ape.-! : '. m, ,', i :-IM: tth t ,'' Rose Mac Green lesu'J Building Jacksonville: / Fla heavy "

all through the second half. The The girls won 47-29 and the boys but unsuccessful search of tin t. at ,1"1 ., ": ji h., 1'1'': s. i ,, .1 H i; H.US. Emma .I... BOlt>. nFirst I ATTKXTIOX claims Section caused ronsidctahle |I.. -- -
ers '
BHS guards played a superb Zi9-36. Phyllis Strickland was store, and finally gave up. think: term 1: thj- Brook .

game in holding Lake Butler'sforwards again high with 20 points, butMary ing he'd seen Jhe last of his wallet)) I I. .. i Aid Instruction SIn tarts At BHS Illt".1, ,I lu rg igii

to a low scoring game. Frances Hazen was close While! in his office Sunday mom I [ : Cooperation With C ivil Defense ens

Phyllis Strickland played her usual behind with 19. Arthur Winkler I ing to look over the mail, he heard OUR RED CROSS : J

; "good...ganvj andB ,ended up top | shot 18 woints. in.. the boys' game a knock on the door and opened!iI I ._ Classes in Holder W of1enDeclared
scorer for the night with a totalof for high scoring honors. it to find and eldeily : v : first tilt instruction aid I ihisic-I incluu I '
colored '
man ( The second in a series (bI! articles i : 24 points. j 1! Tonight (Friday) the girls play he'd never seen before. The to ht' published in an eli, it tgive < ", were started Monday in Bradford / : and gauze of various

The varsity boys got off to a the Green Cove girls here and a? visitor asked Dr. Culson if he'd the public a hi tel nuclei II ..H 'J< .' Hifih School as part of the Federal! width- furnished without cost II After Threats
slow first half start with the a preliminary the Junior High; been in a certain grocery store the'day I' standing of local Red Cm-- prob I .. ., .i'' Plans State Civil Defense programs. the students through the Coopl'rabon

visitors holding a 21-10 lead but team will battle Lawtey Junior before and if he'd lost anyj j i lems.) I The LKHIS Cluh ot Stark.- uillwelcome ty before formed the by the school facul of F. B Beard of the Florida 1 her Mi two''s lo\v Holder, .1 i L.

the third period was all Starke, I High. The varsity and B squad I thing I Have you noticed the iathei Kobett K Hucker. District -' holidays call for State Improvement Commission. middleagul:
general Lula
I teams After Dr olson had teaching by the home Homeroom and Margie WIN" t ,
the locals outscoring Lake Butler travel to Callahan for a described I teachers conduct ing
that Mrs I Govcino
disreputable looking ear 'r, nt f 35-1 Lions In ioom
his teacher insane this
wallet Ihl'l by other week h\ "
and thi
its first
22 to 5 points, and gaining a 32- return game contents. Morse drives ? aid cour-c program are:
People oftenay IPrnatltln"l.Itl thi I leguiar mef't.ing
close of thfthird Next colored/ man took it from teachers who have specialized in I 7ih grade Davison i physicians and are hi or' ,.
:6 advantage at the Tuesday night. Feh hi.pocket is Partin
5. .ihe' to her Payne
"They ought to buy you anew of ni.liih Wednesday night.Feb. first aid the .
: instruction. ( county ,
period. However the visitors Live Oak boys and girls will bt j handed i il to the doctor ca..". But it isn't ".tht"it i 6. at 7:30: o'clock. Newman: 8th grade Anderson i mission jail here a\1 i

in the closing minutes of the game here for a doubleheader j and said "Well. I reckon this be "us" because the car belongs 1 tl j jour ,' Classes meet for two hour Demorest. Scruggs; 9th gradeDa'ison : to the state h'.s,

i longs to you." Bradford County Red Cro 5- J The pm pose of his visit will DC every other day. beginning Monday Ferguson, Ingram; 10th the insane at Chattah. I. .

1952 1 Ford Dr. Colson thanked the man and to advise and assist President 1.1 morning of each week Tc grade Coram Concealed uncJf tin" ,
McRae Family Models :; and a new one would have to b I { Cowen. Diet tz.
Rave him a I G. prevent undue dresseand hon-, ont t t"
small Harris hardship "
reward. He aru t)>ther officers members on any Rosenberg: llth
bought by "us" and we don't havIthat grade Hazel-
Loses Home : On Display Today j feeVs that such honesty deserve? much mon.We. acquire*.' and directors of the club on onl"' class/ the teaching periods II w oo,1. Perkins, Woodham: 12th, aged woman .ve.t n

In Blaze I A t Andrews Motors public recognition and herewith the :natter pertaining to the Lions' : are staggered throughout the week grade Law, Sprow. time she wa ,11,. n m' I
Sunday j ji car new in 1912. It servedduring I Assisting .Wednesdav ,. .
iI expresses his sincere thanks tc great program of humanitarian Grades 7. 8. and 9 use the Junior teachers are .r t i w.'K I
i Camp Blanding Bishop. McDonald.
i days
i am'lwas I /
nt'John I | loaded .38 < ;.iht.i.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McRae i The new 1952 Ford will be on P. Franklin coloredchaplain stolen and wrecked. During: -ervice. i Fust Aid textbook while grade E dWSrds. Hobbs, Gibson and ;.i.stul i
15 rid .'. ,.
cart }I ,
and family of Pine Level lost their I display today ( Friday i at the !: at the State Prison I this lime it has traveled 173,00 L District 3.;)-I include3..") clubs': 10. 11 and 12 use the standard Lemuel/ Williams. Partin Newman : -HM t i
Farm.Diogenes. pocket Shi i
home and practically all belongings A rdr.-, \\ Motor Co in Stark and miles around the county to the in this section of Florida Govei bonk As the Junior book is not I and Ferguson have taken Stated 1.1af i .1' I i
I I tindaughtciH ..
in fir of undetermined I other note Jacksonville Naval ) nor Hucker on the adopted list of Florida homerooms to release
a dealerships throughout the Hospital anc is a member ot the i som- of thassisting < had. t" .
school I : \\ t'i'' I .
origin Sunday night. The family: nation : I t the Veterans Administration Hospital Springfield < Jacksonville i Lion books students in grade i teachers for their reg' threatening ,, '

was not at home at the time and: |i Andrews will have on hand toi Lovett's Observes !I at Lake City (Club and has held every office in 7. 8. and 9 have been asked r.their r. '' ular assignments pie in 'the -I-Ias i ,,:: ', "h'I ,,t,a,,,, "
when the blaze was discovered the i show the public 'hat biij own books at 51 Al!
a new CustomlimI 33rd But who -decides how much organization. He is one of General coordinator of t the pin to him-. 'I i I"i.
Anniversary "
house was too far gone to make I I tudor passenger car. as well as a money we need? We do' From oui 243 District Governors who supei- other books are furnished 11' ant Assistant Principal/ Court A .1 T'The :.

any attempt to save it. |I half ton pick-up truck and a big Sales Event records we find how much we hav.pent vise the activities of 8,809 Lions Should a student prefer to hu\ (Jib-oil first H Hold.! I f 1 .1

Mr. McRae. who is employed asa : two-ton truck. in the past year and try t< ?1 lubs. There are noLions Clubs his own personal copy he fray: dio .ud haii man of thf istence IIi i i'- j.h. '!

guard: at the State Prison, was i Ford's styling identity is pie In celebration of IN thirl:y- estimate our future needs.: Thissum. m 31 countries of- the world with tor 1)0> c.-nts I standard coiu.ieiOt.'i. Ht.idtoiil t !r .1111 1\' Red Cross Chapter block hiiiis. r ,

on duty at the time. Mrs MIa served in the low-wide lines of thud successful year in business.Lovett'.s plus a percentage for the National a total menibe.ship of mote I than : i ni.tt.nal- used in t---! fir-' I huildtiu -\ t''I" '\\ I '

and sons. Arley and James, and the hood and front-end Super Food Stores -
of the are Organization is our fui nil II 7.000 a ra.It'd r" i '! .

grandson. Danny. were attending 'j new cars. ('I'ntt'nnaround::: a 'II holding a big sales event beginning campaign goal Why must wt The Liens special nu-sion Rites SaturdayFor Lawtey new Rlanil.ti,1Starke \ ;. '.
church services. triple-spinner. Thursday, Jan 31. All of the .share with National Telephone
air-scoop grille arrangement. and Area the promotion of W. HessIn A -i nstruct .,,,
Origin of the fire which apparently ) | The new models have I II Winn & Lovrtt Grocery ('0. located Il eatiquarteis'ell.. where tli: (' and good citizenship good government Roy Exchange PlannedBy "n i-. w ita" u'i I

started in the front part I curved one-piece windshields and in more than 50 Florida and I the $175.00 that was spent on tht of civic, the development I Georgia pap," .1' .
of the house, was undertermtned tear windows, and their body lines South Georgia cities are participating last Florida Hurricane come<< from ? and moral welfare social-/ Santa Fe Co.Plan" slept and ,i'.. >. '.\ ,
but might have been caused by I From the of the community William Hes, nine-year-old L
r sweep backward from headlight? National percentage of and nation. Roy the h"" -.- .i -" < t II. 11J.:1 l lproj

defective wiring. The only art along::: the hood! and higher fender Due to present day conditions: Chapter quotas! Who pays t heat son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester N: progie-sing' with thi -ct S"V'I i i "i' it'i-!,

des saved were a washing machine 1 line to the jet-tube tail light and the birthday prices however Red Cross, Field Directors The visit of the District Gayer- : h ess. former residents of Hampton new Santa Telephone Company a Telejriih[ i p- >r \ .

and a few tools from the back 1 sections. I'I'I it is pointed out that all advertised Army Navy. Air Corps and Marine nor to the local club will be a'' Lake died Jan. 21 in Kenne All for an exchange in Lawtey: to get a iturv i i> itenq'e. ii ,
porch, which wai not yet burning Ladies Night event with wives of | Marietta Ga per-ons interested in obtaining .
Ford Coachcraft bodies feature iteatherantidusttight ems are necessarily on a 'whi tile Corps Bases and Camps and stone Hospital. is he wa tit i iserve '
when neighbors arrived at the VeteranAdministration all l n'einbeiunited, to attend the: !; was born Dec. 2S. 1912 at telephone service who live ir 1 .
w offices Roy
< thrint'tot '
i : all-steel i ii they last" basis. In view of this it I Lrlington awtey and !si): 1
scene It is not believed that the i I construction, automatic posture is suggested that buyers make the Field Consultants who ('omt'I meeting' in the Lions Den nn,11'1 I A Texas where his fatherwas I surrounding rura! the pi '" '
carried insurance I tc I here I' \\ SUnique'I", -" area are invited to attend a meeting .
family to
any ', control ,seats, and curved flighti purchases early before stocks i are help us out on problem? I II stationed at Grand Prairie.Texas in Trinity Parish The worn.'i i- n> d
cover the l l'l ss. They had jiM i I style instrument panels. The 1 '! depleted.The and! the grants that have beer .i with the U. S Navy After rose. House Mel ant! their |pr"I"| 'I'
finished doing some remodelling ''luggage! l compartment contain given to keep our Chapter run Series : leaving Bradford County several I 8 A nigh: F'h 4. at dafr of '| "1.-i' .i-. >n, "
and other work the house present company was p.m. dinner will be seivei: !
on I 1 more than 23 cubic feet of loading I founded mng" Who pays the expense of years ago the family moved toMarietta. :: !said, and WON' !'! t'ling -'
33 Of following the
The McRaes years ago and from a : AdvertisementsStarted meeting
are temporarily
planning for
the Aimed
Font- Heris l
: space. I Ga. where an : guini 1 .1.1 ii > -
staying with' Mr kits: s parentsMr I In its 1952 models Ford offer small beginning has grown intc Donor Program ? Who pays 1 th By Bank inspector with the U S Air Force Anyone without transportation; ever. th'o'i, > f .
? one of the and I desiring to attend ,the
largest best
and Mrs. H. M. McRae. It operated meeting
salary of Mr
a more powerful J.'ord8 Harry Kenning who at Dobbins AFB. t hi' t ire 't!, u not known whether will engine, food chains in the nation. "It has may meet at the Lawtey city hal!
they an entirely new six-cylinder is come to us many timetc Beginning: with this issue of the! Besides his parents. Roy is survived not later than ? h. -H .1 I
rebuild other 1 1cation 1.- en our aim. says A. D Davis 6:45: p m
.1' move to some rain first aid and .
wlteraft't: \ Telegraph th- Florida sister. Sylvia May, TheA'! 11"
gine, and the widest cuoice of president! "to make our foodstl'I'E'S Bank at I by one It was announced la-t week that
do through I tht: Stark* is; and two brothers. David Clyde, complaifi'- ,' ii '
p ner combinations for passenger the finest in the inaugurating a series of'iadvertisements : i! Santa Fe had purchased the Me-
country National
cars in the high volume p ro-ntage of the func' unique m beauty : I and I Gf'orgeVayot>. He was a I tosh Telephone Co and has been borhood. the shernii
Officials of the campaign
School Community fit'J.I. company and and signifuan' in text. They1should I I third grade student at Mt Bethel I operating t its; service since Jan 1

Citizenship Group The/ new models are said to be store the employees join in extending What didM rats last year"Whrtt challenge the interest of'ireader i :School. Thus the Santa Fe Co. is. in service Rotarians Hear
public an invitation to 1 '
II' more maneuverable and more comfortable buywell did we speii'i I Let's' tak afew advertisementhave / *- Funeral services were held\ atMt just one year after a l loan

Dicsusses MethodsI because of improvedsptings known. brands at birthday thrt' up It' d.-tail ne\t A-ek ever done. 1 Bethel Methodist Chunii on allocation 'if $174,000 was obtamd Prison Chaplain

I I,: longer uheelbase. wider pricesNew This newspaper joins the Flo- 'Saturday. Jan 26. with ReR.. from the Rural Electnfica I'., '' HUT
The secona 11a series of School front tiead. and A & P ida Bank ;P Segarofficiating. IntermentUH tion Administration <-
I a more rigid Staging at Starke >n urging to help/ build! .
wa.- the theme of .I i :'rth
Community Committee meetings I frame. Manager that the ads rI < in Wet\i' ,\ M jusl l"uni telephone
be read and studied I < -ysm to serve party .' \ WRev
Food Carnival A'i <' R' *iV Club -
was held in the BItS Tuesday I
library ,i The Andrews I"tl.t Co invite[ ? At Setzers Store "S ar adventuie of re-educati'ir, 'III. l.i'i ,',i GtRobbins f Ala hM! Putnam. Marion L A Shenherdth

Civic night and wirh:! practically: every 't, the public to s, ,' th. new models Sales Event !' : the fundamentals of Ameruar.' Bradford and 'lav Counties !Si': .', i

service organizationepn I at its h'l> t''weekend Ernest Beniutt t f"rmeil\! < .1': StVugustine i I ism the basic truthand (OflC'p',: Heads The Santa K" Telephone Co Thf -' '
i i i- the in-w m.iiiaset "f Th. IHI'.I' A A P -'ot. has taken upon which this nation wa- founded rIll ia mutual --ociation. ownedh .
of these ... r ha'
purpose meetings 'Items i."t'\t. ,ttm": setzeis Stark.Mr that
For Exhibit in Bennett ihoped the impa ,
explained by C S. Partin. supervising it Red Cross Drive },
th.tiymx mon stockhold'is; I
ot |
was: f''rlllt'rly area supervisor of a spec taculat of these advertisements will bl Thpllh' 10"-
principal of BHS. is for an At State Fair I Food. Cair.i\al -ii. Tht "
s .vent
lie Setzer markets and stores: cit upon the thought in out th.onipany ae dcterniin.il I'< .
exchange f ideas the all- .
important subject( of making On bettertizen Due At CourthouseAll He and :Mrs Bennett are located: -tore I is: b. !it-,'ked with the traditional schools. clubs civic and fraterna Th. a.p'nTmefltif I,; r. Rub- boir'i of "dire tors with one diir ,11

< : m the Brown apartments circus and carnival 'r apo organizations and churches. 1 bins to serve as fund cha.nnan of '. r.-pr.-sentine each 11 di-tr r't t f -
pings including colored baBe on. the annual Red Cross: '. '.vT
The discussion Tuesday night industries "it"'t1I'arh'U\ ? H. T. Bennett formerly "f Jack anti other atmosphere Appropriate Readers everywhere should avail ,.innounWthis : A twelfth dll"- for will b. ,oil I' 'I iftMX' t ,r!.
emphasized spiritual and moral! articles to be displayed in th,' sonville. is' the new market manager themselves of every opportunity I :Bradford Countyas : ,'
music adds to the gala event week t. chai acter development I I Bradford County exhibit at thfi in the local store. He war contributing to alert understand .
Free samples galore favors for j 1 is ;.I known .pEri't' i
I | The 1952 chairman w Mclnto-h Ilistrlt"tRecent -
State Fair in Tampa are asked /
Among the organizations repr- tc formerly a supervisor. the kiddies. and food demonrations ing and appreciation of the things
Dented bring them to the Chamber ofj: Former in Starke. 'having been manazer, r""J-, p j'
at meeting were WOW, 'I Manager Phillips of thff are -ie : h.H ar truly and basically Amerir !
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Masons. American Leeion, OES.; Commerce office or to the courtj More is no".\' in Miami among : .r'p" o f Robbin" clothing store for the ,i Births ,-ho -., -
1 j feTed in the nu.r.; : .1- !
Legion Auxiliary, UDC, Beta house Friday or very early Saturday -J Valuable prv. r". ;i. _.,. ( (; I .lu- "f'" : ii r>s-* ":* year" He served four .Lilt'
Sigma Phi. BPW. Rotar>'. Lions. | morning. Feb. 1. The truck i Convention l ; ; 'I' : jion d!'' : with the a'me-1 F',1< Mrs! George \ *. .:_
I i including electric Irons. foo :and a half years Ujinyir : \
: Fort [freVa. announce
i basketbi vies ':f. rr.akrs.:: for. es: in World War II aa > r- i r for n:" v T. 'I'
next mt'etingwill, be held i ic load early Saturday The Union County Singing Con-1 IO j ani! akeTh : :L' n ur>! opaganda aivi the Flo -"rth of a =f>nIn J'in 22 Mi *
"l' I'hjl library the last Thurs- All local motor court', hotels vention ncal: ;sergeant He :s mar1"ir; : tr.rr.j-- -
I will meet at Johnstown !: tLt.: .:' I 0". i T. f I idi Bank at Stark .- be cot .
;. > in F'bruary at .:30 I restaurants or businesses are invited '. I r ,-: .i rhldr"r'T" Viff fr't." r'.f-nnr T-"- t f'" -
pm. Sunday Feb 3. .
I All Brad' r,1J i t ti. '. 1W'., '_ .' i.: i'u' i- 'I up ". pr' i :L thir i .
\h'B Sewell is to | ; MIi : Mr --
chairman I bring advertising material i County singers are ure-P>! ,k : : .j --'jdi'- :
:'" IIIUp be out at the fair .
to passed booth j jI jI tend n. __ l _" ,: <
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IlUII ll i t.iunu: \ i I. i 113-..
. I in High Springs. I last'ar.. as it just kept on
bear-1 "peak Sunday morning at churl'h.I -
Bradford Telegraph I William Ward of Waldo the
County was I ing and bringing
good unnl!
prices ; then dinner will be served. Tlia'
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weekend guest of J. D. McKinney.Mr : the first frost.

ESTABLISHED 1879 E. l_ MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR I and Mrs. Berry Dyal spent I The New River Baptist Church which afternoon will help there Mr.will and be Mrs.a sing Tom This Is II l The Sale You've Been Wailing For Our
Sunday at Daytona Beach. members
rublishcd Every ttiaay rffTy>> and Entered as Second Gt'e.'pI yunl' around! b i busy] ing: at Stephen enjoyed Foster lunch and Memorial visit Edwards celebrate their weddinganniversary "
Office Starve
Matter at the Post 7 at
Class berries. Sunday.
mulching and < king
pi 33rd
j birthday. Everyone is wel'onuto Anniversary Sale"Ask i
Lou Tomhnson and son, j! come
aml 1952 ,I Frankie Lynn, have returned 'I) liana Wiggins and Mrs. Rosa
The Life And Times 1 I home from an extended visit nithj I Pinholster of Brooker we ir. '

Of New River FolksBy ,', her La parents near New Orleans. !' Jacksonville recently. 'I, at Store for Big Colorful i0-Pa2e! Newspaper Size Price List -- Jam- I
> X $>-50 For SU Months
Subscription $2.75 Annually Jessie Lee azenby Seeber Prnlo Andrews of Vest Packed With Itarsaiiv! V 'l-e!' -hratehile You Save!
been for some time in Atlanta, has Palm Beach \ ,..;ted hirurf>nr> Adding::; Machine and Portable i
returned home. The Earnie Southerlands had a Sunday. pewriters gild on tln1f>.-Ura.-! /
Kevstone Heights!! }tr. and Mrs. Beale and two letter from Earnest Jr. in Germany Th-'n \\ 'I\' b. a !u I --1 '!, t' :, :' ford County Telegraph. iillri/

McDonaldThe daughters, former residents of, last week. He wa hospitalized ?
By > Keystone, have returned to settle as a result of falling and hurting '
I again here. his knee. The SoutlifilamU-\ tlli II ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing
Community Church Women J AI Watson had a :slight traffic are looking for their son-m-l Established 1894 Ii i ,I II
will meet in the church next Tues i accident last Sunday evening, and !daughter the Eddie P-.ie<- i "
day. Feb. 5, at 7:30 p.m. I II when his car collided with that of and their daughter, Jun <.' \. 'A i- I r r +
The Woman's Club held its regular Irving Tyre on Lawrence Boulevard. Jersey any time now. : 1p

meeting: on Tuesday, Jan. 22,I Mrs. Tyri- was thrown from Fonnie Crews, Jon Laz,'i.h\ nf! I! TR\NSFER AND #
in the club house. Plans were dis- he i car and her glasses were broken Mrs. Rhoda Dowling were in Li.. I R.B.ALVAREZ&SON STORAGE CO. [ti
cu>->ed for the new series of classesin and Mr. Watson was slightly Oak Saturday. The h.\- '.. ;II',
folk dancing, which will beginon cut. but thenwas no serum* damage 'I' over to help Joe Dowling Ii i"' < ,> "
Thursday, Feb. 7. Mrs. Frank except to the cars. The Tyre i i his livestock for screw worn: -
Walrath Jr. chairman of the committee car was parked at the curb at the Saw some hamper in Ku: ,,, lGreen's l r i* I R B ALVAREZ &SoMI \\a operate local Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thur., FrL, Sat., Jan. 3i.Feb. 1 & 2
for the time of the accident. I _
discussed plans A' distance _,
field so guess lu ]plan I! r' ARM long -"- n.ao' po _
buffet dinner to be given on Thurs Since the school children covered to start picking rf'ns0"11 I it ,I ) MOVING anywhere in I". S.
the town in''I i... Limit 1 with $3.00 Food Order
followed pretty horoughly t '. ;!1feJ
day. Jan 31. A program I the cold weather doesn g..t !in :-i
tile business meeting. Mrs. Dewey the March'March will of not Dimes be the observed"Mothers on'i!': Better hurry and visit him b,'to < ,I I ss:: KXCKLLKXT: :: For theCleanest
Willis played two piano solos and I IJolrs. | he sells 'em all.

Ann James made a talk article on.-!,. who the 31st was as not was contacted planned. Anyom by the |j Most everyone out this \\ ,iy IM- "ftt STOIt.E. T I D E 2 3 C
: I
India s as, using the basis several; of! her and magazine discussion.Mrs. liar- |':'' children in the cans can placed put his in contribution the stored. his fertilize land and turned plant.and Joe ie.ul\L. *li!t><< I t.ICILIIIES Clothe!

Mrs. S. E. Kennedy at the social and bu.sinN hdii.se !in to'..n. 'I Forsythe of Lake Butler K"t.t t. I Agents For + 1 iii --...
ry Lloyd were hostesses school day and catches tin ,
every .
followed the : DELCHEKBROS. T:' If R .- .' .. ."'. ,
hour which pro bus after school to LongBiid < : : .j ur:: er7 C:':'L Old Glory
gram. The next meeting will be Rest, then he walks over to Secher I ; See us first!

Feb. 12.The GRAHAMBy Moody, his brother,-la \ I Tomatoes N030311 c Pork & Beans
Clay County Council of the and works on the farm .JIll' Llie ." I
Wednesday Mrs. John
PTA, met in Keystone on McKinnyMr is going to make a crop' f t'II''
Jan. 23 in the Woman's Club. Seeber and Beulah Mae He already
Mrs. Clifford Geiger president of and l Mrs Forest RrnuMa of has his land turned and l' :I / Your ProfitCombination .
the Council, presided After rou Jacksonville were weekend l gucst- gelling ready to plant \\lun tin 3 16 oz Cans 25c
tine business, the meeting was of her mother Mrs F T Abernathy permits. For Crop
to Mrs. W. C. Pate of B k RBt' 3 Ib 79c
Jacksonville turned over, who is regional di- John McKinney and son. Leonard acres Charley of okra Welch lat who yeat h.i.i\\i\.i\\-:.\ \ '. Feeding and Protection a e. I :e Can

rector. Mrs Pate spoke on the were m Daytona Sunday on enlarge his patch rh].. \ sr' !. ftrtiliurt
PutktftsTQOMER SPAM43c
objectives of PTA and how theycan business. .
three acres H<- plait lilt 'e o i
be achieved. She announced! Mr and :Mrs P I) Stalling} were ground: and seem -< k n.,\' III.t WILSON &
several coming events and urgedmembers
the Sunday guests of Mrs Dela O.steen how n> grort: Ht mad z-w'I\\ Peaches
to attend. One was FERTILIZER COMPANY No 212 Can23c
National Congress!: of PTA Leadership I 4M DivisionFLORIDA 12 02 Can
Institute tn be held
in Jacksonville on Fb 7: and 8; Every IranchofINSURANCE AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY COMPANY -
e..aAL epPICI. .
The AC"'O.'ILLI.
Mary 'rampton
leader. Mrs
meetings will be in the Seminole' -- REFRESH WITH Limit 2 Ctns. with S:> ( ;innen Order!

Hotel. She also announced the i)
Regional Meeting Fernanilwa I 1 Sold Uy Carton of 6
in the High School auditorium on I COCA-COLA 19c
Lunch will b> served in I
March 21.
the school cafeteria j I i ( Deposit )

Miss Lucille Cousen. ('ounty'Home CARL JOHNSI ... __" L"- _
Demonstration Agent, spoke PHONE 1.16 .
4-H I i jj, : : ; .
briefly on the work of the I : Dixiana Sliced Sweetened
Clubs in the county She said there I Constant Sen-ice Over 50 Years I I FROZENStrawberries
was a definite possibility that 4-H Fla. PHONE 13-J; )
C offee 79C
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Clubs would be started in Keystonein
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the near future. -
Lunch was served in the lounge 3 lb. Pkgs. 99cCorn'd
with Mrs. Haskins Mr- Dodd,
Mrs Whitesides. and Mrs. Hughes

serving on the committee.: Beef 39c DII flrn l F'i.. .
The Community Church serveda 12.01
covered dish'supper last Friday! @rnrJJ. Org, Juice 6can> 89c
Woman's Club. The .. ,. .
11tlw pro-
,1. '\ i II! I h 11 (,1." 1 "
gram which followed Was very enjoyable :
Dr. W. Clark and Mrs. Thighs Pkg. 99c

Clark of Quito Ecquador, talkedof S 10 c (.) ( H I. ttl.I '
their work with "The Voice of App e aucetS 303 ;eFp 39c
the Andes", the radio! station operated Pkd,;
by Christian Missionariesin
that city. Mrs. Clark dressedin -. 1 "'"

the clothes of the Incas' told of Sunn- rind: lvead> -T.o-Lo: i o L III \ f p.
their work among these Indiana i! ,. I Ii
and Dr. Clark showed\ film written I i t WHOLE; 01
and filmed! by the staff of the I .:
HAMS 59c
station. j \ .. ., ; SMOKED HALFPound
Mrs. Southerland entertained at '\" 'f' .RI ;'ti Jr .

tea on Thursday! Jan. 21, honoringher .. -. -- ---- .,
mother Mrs. Walter Washab.iugh. -

of, Ashland Va. who returned -
"I/h/ rude; ".\" Dri'sM-d and
home thi- wee't! after a visit '" IJ ;
with her daughter The Souther- / J I Fresh 'Klu.
f F R111'Y'ER11S \\ n
!lands have recently moved into 49Clra
their new home on Lakeside Dnvt I.II.I '

overlooking Lake Geneva 2 Go

Mrs. J A Willianu, who has 1 \ -

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Let Us Thoroughly ew
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Wash Your Clothes )ET\JA'I: I.II.:

9 PoundsFor _

40c! e '... Shortening;

FREE Bleach If Desired I
J JEWEL I i I with i S..0ll:; 3 65c
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WeWill y' 7T< fLV4' GETSURE-FIRE ..

v Dry Your Clothes Superforanil (;1'. A.. c
For 20c /4' JJ. NoNoxo 1.2. Ship! iOZ.hUffEI .

In New .Xutomatl- Drier! !

\\ ///f/ T rm- ors smiles -thegdlon!

The Washeteria% IFlcridc's ) O'St'NS111\l. 88e

Starting snap; that gets action from I.K.
_. made for fun-and we are so glad'ou're here to
your motor
enjov it.
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1\W.I' ( .OJ 1)1 \ IlJl'1BANANAS
in traffic and
your fanc> driving a new sureness

And they're all on Gulfs marvelous new Honda Vacation Map on the open road.

which is yours for the asking at any Gulf dealer's. This is the most Rapid: acceleration! without annoying

/ complete map of Florida you can get-showing all Lie: highways and knocks. 2 I II II:'.
other roads-all the resorts and recr anon spc:-.
E.! !;> that'sbui/fir/I
\\- k.-Mi *tcp\ i" ..t sour Gulf dtrle! .V. a-!k l Him also for Gulf's I '_.. .' : : .n r-.ll"a! ,Iii;; !: .
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CAR PoOt er o :. i.: .lot :.igme. t
the folks 1 i hr.-l. t!V .>ou wish \Mre .i!<).:g. er>\ < ing 1 I.bon' t with you. I I IAId -V,1| 'j- > I-i'IIIII)1 j ( | | .

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\\o lake this opportunity to express: our appreciation for the wonderful
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t Starke. \\eare deeply grateful to our friends and customers and hope .
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,,L I 1t I Jr. Woman's Club I I I ,,

To Meet Monday
) Guests I
t : I IBilly

The Junior Woman's Club will 1 ; !
1 noi'l its February meeting Monday : entertain.! : i

.( I evening at !8 o'clock in the ball squad!,
J 1 i lub hou"!:. I friends :

The Citizenship and International per at the / ,

Gladys MootyPhone Relationprogram! will day night i
be in charge offrs.. William
1 L. H. :
14 Scrugrgs and Mrs. A. E Futch.Members ;
_______________ cipal, (' '
..__ _,_,___,__ :: are urged to be present I
-- at this for the electurn talks were i
!'I meeting
BPW DelegatesAt Baptist Circles of officers. and I

District MeetTen To Meet TuesdayThe Hostesses for the evening will iI j j'be talks ing were I

I : Mrs John A. Toiode chairman -

members of the Starke \\ It: Circleof the Baptist 1 and! Mrs. John Deas Mrs. The ,

Business and Professional \\'omen'rClub Church will meet Tuesday, !j Leslie Biggs Mrs. Lawrence Dug- the.upper., .

attended the District 3 and Feb 5. The Lorena Eppt'r on cir- I j'I ger. Miss Sharon Hall and :Miss: 1.-...
the Woman's Club m cle. MrB T. Thomas leader i J Evelynn Newsome.
4 meet at (
last Sunday. The morn will meet with Mrs H. L. Hough I,i!,
-e-Mon was led by DistrIct' at 3 o'clock. Daisy Fowler circle.;i St. Mark's The
Doctor Esperanza LI'Socke of I Mrs. Maxie (Carter leader, \vili! j I Ii Woman's I

Jaiksonvilte Beach meet with Mrs Carl Mathews at 'i! The Episcopal Ladies Auxiliary I i ii i iI Christian :

The Executive Board recommended 3 o'clock. Th Ida Darby circle., will meet Monday. Feb 4, at 3 p.mI Tuesday

that the fourth meetingbe :Mrs.V.: L. Andrews leader, will! I in the parish house All member ofIrs.:: !

held on "Ian h 30th from 2 to meet with Mrs C. A. Knight! at I' are uiR'-d to attend a-- there will Brownlee l

:5 nm with the Jacksonville Glut I 3 o'clock. The Dora Alderman be a report by the two legate- to attend

as host<-s-i. Wilhelmina Harvey 1 circle Mi" G. B. Flynn leader, who attended the rctent annua'! : not later :
Wfst. State First! Vice will meet with Mrs L. G. Towel! i
of Key I Dian nit- ting! in < ;am' ->\ ill.-. tation will |
President, will install officers at at 3 o'clock. The Helen Masters''

thl tinr.e. .4.- cirt-1.-. :Mrs.: F. B. Beard leader, '' -

A Distant District Chairman. will meet with Mrs F. Regi.stei

Doro'liv' Patterson of St. Augustn Sr at 2:30: n dock. .The Doris

was in charge of four work Knight circle Mrs T. K. rcClane..J .

j-ht- Stark presented the one I'.. leader will nol'o.t in the *-ducatiuna
on Health and Safety. I j I ] building at 7.30: o'clock. i

.\ delicious luncheon was served | I

in the Hotel Annie and the afternoon Luncheon Given Haven't fully i.. co\entl t tiom, | !! 1 : I

speaker was Pauline Hoover I Chnstmaholiday- \1 and lui.th" i >
For Mrs. KartsonisAt i
,,f IVnsarola. State Second Vice i' youug set are home ar..a : : ,; :

President who spoke on "ThF Keystone InnMrs. for their spring vacation-' I ) :I II
Federation and Membership. I around town are Drew i '

Mildred D< yle: Marion Howe.'I :: A. A Kartsonis was gust I Pat McCnff. Idell Landrum !i : i ,I

Mildred Sapp and Della Rosenberg of honor at a lovely luncheon I ann Dinkins, Billy Smith : I KIDDIES

received lovely door prizes prevented given by Mrs Steve Simmons and I Conner and Bert N'ewcomb. I :: i
by the Macclenny club. Mrs:: Charley Johns, on Wednesday joying their mid-term I : I !

Other members attending were of last! week The setting for thr ]I j from U. of F Buddy ;

Pat Lambe, Pauline Torode, Helen affair was the Key-tune, Inn Key i j and Dolores MtKnight will : '

Malone, Madge Middleton, June stone Heights. j I home from Florida-Southern ':, ,

Brownlee and Desta Lyal.WSCS The luncheon table was-covered j weekend Claude Johns : ,i

!I with a white linen cloth and fea- I I who was president of Sigma .! I
turt-d center last year i is graduating > :
a long arrangementof
I pale pink and( white chrys-anthe I honors from FSU Saturday I. i .ii I J

Methodist mUm and camellias I Bruce Mathews is also .-a tl
circles of the
WSCS will hold their monthly The guest of honor was pre with honors in electrical (' t I i : ey s
ing from U. of F. i :
meetings Monday and Tuesday of sented with a beautiful shoulder Saturday :

next week. corsage of yellow iris from her congratulations fellows!
hush! '- Ducky's new soda fountai.i opeed \ !
Circle I, Mrs. L. A. Davis! Enjoying the affair with Mrs. last weekend with :: ; : :::;
leader will meet with Mrs. J. : ::
Johns :Mrs.: Roberts Betty Baggett and :
Simmons and
Mrs. t
(. A. It'j
Wainwright with Kaitsonis neth Tyus: 'tending bar >
as cohostess. Tuesday! morning were 20 guests. want to be on hand for the !

10 o'clock.. leader Circle will 2. meet Mrs. in H. the MHicharde. WCTU MembersHear weekend cream carnival. they're having thI I \
I the new Fords will 1 9 C
educational building Monday after Dr. McNeillDr. I i on display this weekend too i \ I
noon at 3 o'clock. Circle 3, Mr!*.
I j don't want to miss that ,
A. Z. Adkins. leader will meet at ; about .
John ing cars have
McNeill visiting evangelist j you seen I
the home of Mrs. Millard Judd. was guest speaker at the I new Chevy that Grace and t I
with Mrs. Jack McComb as co- I I WCTU meeting last Friday after. Page are sporting those days? : I
hostess at 3:30: o'clock Monday',, noon in the Tabernacle chapel I Sarah Williams was the : t .
( ,
afternoon. He stated winner of the delicious .
) that
liquor ruinous .
was i I 1.
I I Mil I three waysinternally, externally. 1 (baked by Boots Green, i | : \:! : ; \. J, "-,.. ,'

Dyal-Sparks I and eternally". : away at the March of Dimes ( : .
j : /
I I After the bu-mess session, Presided i at the USO Saturday night !! : _,i e\.. 0
Mr and Mrs! L. A Dyal ofHr'mk'r over by Carl Roberts and orchestra VJJ
j thipresident.. Mrs. : .
announce the engagement ],Virgie Avery refreshments were I receive recognition for : ; 'i7-f

and approaching marriage of j -erved on the church lawn. their services for the dance .

their daughter Alma Leta. to Albeit I'j The invitation of Mrs W. A. 1 was quite an affair the j : .v.. Il[ -

Sparks of Gainesville. Miss I Scott for the February meeting were stunning as usual, in p"n 1 I, : ; \ ,,.' .:;. .
Dyal is a graduate 0nlls and i it 1 was accepted j semi-formals > < I I ,e '.y

now employed by I the State. Mr I Hear Jeannette Williams i- ( I : : (

Sparks is ..< graduate! ..f Wal l<* Altar .. needles) and pins these days >,

High School uul i- 'iiiployed by SocietyThe mg for husband. Capt. V :' 1

the fore rmo Dale! of the I Indies Altar i( I Buck ) Williams to get in fi.nI '

wedding 't ill bt .inn 'uu\\!\> ..Ii later I fohardhurch: Society of St. I absence of two years, 14 m.- I
I will hold its; of which has been spent in \K E
> !
| vj-nai monthly meeting Tuesday he left there on the fit--
I I I't I'liing|! at S o'clock in the E
recrea- 'I'
i is
1 expected any day in' '
;tan! hall.lu.D.c.
Safer Cough Relief 1 Janet Turner had a teleph..,'I '
from husband. Bobbie :\1" "> :

\\Tien new drugs or old fail to stop To Meet night from Seattle, Wash I'. :
)our cough or chest cold don't delay. ''he
had just landed from hand I Z E
I'jeomulMon: contains only safe, help. The \\" T. Week's
I.il. proven ingredients and no nar- chapter. U will be home any day i 11 i .
) C.
will|] hold its February a furlough and have i
cotlcs\: to disturb nature's process. It meet.'t'dno.sday y'
( >es right to the seat of the trouble to I WK!::: \\ at 3 o'clock at the those precious earringtin1 H : :

aid nature soothe and heal raw ten home flf11'0:: ; L. G rowel, with i lynn Newsome is wearing?: '< / > uiilurr ('u In- ui\tn, t

der.! inflamed bronchial membranes. Mrs Mattie Oahagan as cohostoss days just received from hI" ;; during;: lhi:. etfnl. Ind

Guaranteed to please: you or druggist ("pi. M Williams who is !s'' ,"rm I: a> that's:. exactlhd'
refunds Creomulsion has stood
the test money.of many millions of users.CREOMULSION. Executive Board Germany he alsoent" t'c : 1 nut l buy anything: lo

beautiful gla s 400-day clot I K even hate: to !lit' pr--

The executive board of the 1 Comer Ferryman is now' ". will notified if not t

bevel Coughs Chest Cclds, Acute Bronchitis j Starke Woman's club will meet i ing in the Amoco Oil Co. ):. 'Ie. I I S j sour nearestXJ'1

I Thursday! afternoon Feb, 7' at office in Jacksonville '" i i : informal on t thc-i-
q p i,3::30 lI'du( k 1/1 the dub huUt': home weekends! see Joan r> t i
fi part-timing m Judge P d'
I r" ( fault MIIII .: '111 tI'eC'u man's office in the court n" 1 I ; ) ; : : f) \)
our) .
: 'ouut. '
t'r I'lorida: rll l luuu'rt} Attys Mack Futch :ai-!
.Jail \t.(, t.tu kids,: I
I 11., tt t 7. Plaintiff Hill William will be movieoffice : .It
; } Ilt.ht ".."I.. J.\ i..z. J'.,
t n.Jtnt. I' : to Starke any day : *'
,, "' u SM! :>
"110''- I tilrar. above'inkler's the offi'" I
'I'' M.''' MX I h.u, ,
I "
II '' ". I.M.I, n". ,> |l'nl..lI"\\"II..nk.wi.z', I just getting their finishing t t- i I'' 'I.
,' ''11 ,II.I 1I"r..I hv n...|jfit>d that Could have cried when i t I
'I"i i"i iliv.ir., ... 'MI !,,.,. n: j A Y
,. ? fiiMi '
HALLMARK"MAKEYOUROWN" .;.111"1" '\1 In fI". .d\.. nanoyurd I'Hazel I Fields Green had s1l"' .i, '
'",ntl t .unl I., ,...e r..ot...'.", ..""'1'.f 01 r"1 .::11.' ,...- ; beautiful long black hair A ,

VALENTIhU KITS i"1, : t.. 110. ,\.'IpLun.tar' an-'t, 1'shock at first but have to > '
.n the 1'1:1111.1 (. \n"/I'. t Z,t, h II the nethairdo looks sm.u!
FOR ''', \ ... "'lor"I.5ua Ln.h.. .wd. '11oldnI hb' r..:. Ja'k.111. ; and how do you like th- 1', IRON
!..-ytl.9: O Md ...dt If oink.wuhlul ".,1 in the off). +.nriu" LI
., +"I 'I. 'j.; il.I ?.f I h. cut! that Alice Anderson 1 :
Hallmorll Valentino 'koul "'< flit I'aurt.." ,.. 1"1. ) ) I
. 'a J'. day tof Ito' I.'I Lee Wiggins Lula Torode. 1.1 Iy\-
K h.
Qth.t k.u 01 SO<. S.. 1...11 >- '.'I. Thi tnkrn 11,111'0'as 1'01.1' ", of) .\Inc .x "II 1''Wanda Godwin! Pat Sieg and .
hall :
"pnt li.hw BASKETS
. '
e '' .fl. .1.-11 wk for four ,.r,}*r, un\',, Lamb are sporting anti 1
,Itraph u. .Uv'' ,?, th BratlfoKl fount*-. Td.1 .. ,I, to be" outdone in new h.tn-,1 1 I i

,I'd., hn ::11'1 .Iay ,-f .1,11111.11" Betty Andrews has hers tout : : I
i'n I in yellow and Vivian Harley ton. l( (
I M I'I I. 'I HI. sEAt>
1 A..J TI) M .a :
., '1.k c.f 1 h.. rr, nit, ,',, Ire ced up in red (paint .t' \
/ 1 I I' v I' T TlI..I\,.r I lit juitv Clerk. the girls misappropriated the

::1 i 4t ::? .-- while redecorating the Prt' I I

Phone 2l li;: Starkc" Tla. 'ullrl iu \rri\u :erian church Sunday school r",. I :\ : 1
In ( Ir'-uit ('our(, Hrn lfr l ( .'
< < 'enntf
riori.la,: In Chanrtrjr. ind Louie Stern fell off the pia .

,' ."..n \\ -mi. l'.titff.-! V ,, : stool while swinging her MAKERS
Nt.li.T I 1. I.I.t-.lint:lpprer.\ i'.1., V. \'14': I, brush to finish up the e-\I11Il

PHONE 218 !roo. M. 01"I Stilt! tetra} .. r. .1. ?" redecorating job in good *-tyleftish
.1 ,1,1' i I" 1h: : "'j \"nll' !
I'd been on hand for a piece
> Ki
j' in' .1 Vlif.: i |
> .ti .fl .' hereby I. f..1 that a that delicious devil's food! '
COL0XIAlFLORIST t I'T' ilirurtr\, J ,- 1.! ..,11 (,10.1 Margie Dowling served to. :
.i. i 'e-t \oii in th. .,..1.\) '. ani.il I
'. when don.-
1 .r mil 'ause anti \q< : air rt'- workers they got I
.. '
|1'1'I r.1. I. k r\ .. injn Pat McGnff and Idell
-'t iile.'ulme! I. the omri'laiM' I / i
1 II the, 1'1..II"fl' \11"1'11". T :i are certainly fortunate to be :{ I :
Fran'1'1111"< .n <'.I1I...-. .Kl..r.il.i ) of the manx inuiv i
eluded the of 100
in group i
file the tin.il in the "f/i <<> (
FLOWEr.S ''Itht' Cl..rk :1 ,'r. utt ('.'lIrt tan mates from the U. of F to ; l i\ -n a\\a> :; \t'rrtlllr!
I nr bpforl1.1.. rl ..Intlf Mar. ). / will he ;awarded
taking in the ten day sight-"> ( I awav
1\:: .>th.-rw r-. itu aH.rh.fl' ,,"'
FOR ALL OCCASIONS t .iul ('.>mi>l nt will' l I.. '.tkrn a< ''! tour in Washington D C ''.. ::ala Food ( arnl\ itl.

lo'unf..d. b I\.' e>,hall"'i 1. tul.-l,1! New York leaving Friday th. ,' ( prevent !tll win. V&l
''Oftl'P .... attend some of the hit prodiu"; !: .
1 *:a<'h \\ 'k f- r "-I- .l"s. HUH I1: \Mlllr -
w.ek. in the Ir..,If.i i <' "'l'c, T.- I on Broadway, the Met Opera. '
I It RrauhIlatwl 'I' I ( \ I- OK: I'HI/K.s.:
ii l this 30lh d.iv ,.f Jarunrx. : Y Philharmonic orchestra ;
( ,
,peil'FI'I; ',; S Senate and many other I\
( ;
XI.5KM. t 1 Th.ni.iil. > 1 '
.N r T <*,.II I'' of interest Bobo Crew-i.
\ I
I II\! Vt T t. !1' '. -x' <*!1. ';' i stationed at Indian Town Gap. )
DISH GARDENS .' i I' : ..'
I Ii ; for at least IS weeks : I /

POTTERY I Refinance Your lebt:< EowardJr.. has increased I

I, 11 ith a :0-\ ear-5"L; ImorevtFederal herd of 50 head of cattle : ; I
TOTTED PLANTSFLO'EItS registered Brahmans this:

i Land Bank also hear that the N 0 : : / '

WIREDANYWHERE Farm Loan wellson the Talatka highway
ceived 4.000 chicks thisw.
SKE: '
making 12.000 chickens on : :
Nona St Stark R.1'. HKYAX farm now-th'a's a 1-t of di \ :

sticks for somebody's table I
e-- X Ma.n Strert
1 ...
I ...
: ,'; ,i. Fl'!'.,! S H.u. t : tit--: : ,i! 'r.< .' ..

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TOIUAY. FEBRUAKY 1. ___ I'\lit: 11t,
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I Mr and Mis P M Barefoot J The W B St-;--.I.-: had as glltst. TIIIfTITTTTI11111fIfTTTTI11TI11111T1TTTT1TT1/11TH

and daughui Sarah, i.f Panama ': idS; Fr.\I) \ a-i1.! : ------ ----------- --- ------------- ---- -- ---- .4

I ('.t tv. airs hianita Phillips: and SfA'lis-ster: )It, [ \ : \ 4

r..dl'n.. Mi and Ms: L J Green :Mrs J I' ('" !l I : :

FLORIDA d7et6dna&! MI and! Mis. A F. Sauls and' ?fiiar ** !..". : i! : '

Hattv I Lappe atter.d.! th., funs.cal! and h. : i.usts ( i Robbins :

Tncsdav of Mr Baretoot brotiui! :Mlo" !tr. I ani!
\\ F Barefoot in SandersonSen d':.Ilr. (Ja f.n I : 1 i :

THEATRE II' .. I i, and Mrs George Laird of will rtmai: foi! a ,.4

i I i Foil Lauderdale and W S Mer- Mrs J F. ( i : FINAL CLEARANCE :

J M Brownlce of GamesvJlei M.s.s Kin.-iene Kelly S X of' ritt of Miami pent Tuesday with vine and Mr : I .

i i visited hi- mothE'rIrs.. .J. M. ;i Gainesville wa, he weekend guest I I'of II S en. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns. Rogers and I I .

STAUKE, FLA. Hrownlee. last Friday Mrs Enoch Kelly. Mrs. L S. Hutto spent the past were weekend on all : :

Sal., Feb. 2 ONLY Mrs Mary Dally had as her Mrs Ann.. Kelly and daughter week in Columbia. S. C. with l"t'latl'es. ,, Mr*. T. Frank : LADIES Dresses : :

and Loretta spent Sunday in Gaines- Close out on I : '
guestsIonlay Tuesday, her
mother. Mrs Joseph Marron of ;i villeI MiW.. M Wimberlywas visiting Ho> s Mac !111'4') T j I \ .

tttif&1 vetonaafi ESUEETiw Jacksonville and her aunt. Mrs. "I Miss Mary Alue Hutchin- of j friends in Mulberry over the \alu .ta.: Ito}'" '! i .

r Carl Shunter of Los Angeles. Calif. I Gainesville spent the weekend weekend at ..59t Ronnie \
GENE' Ve) must make
OFmim with Miss Barbara Houpt. Mr and Mrs J. M Edwards Those who .. : room for : :

AUTRY.iN visiting Mr and Mr Mrs and Dave Mrs.Paulk Luther were } "Feature ... (' ." Diamonded- Jr spent the first of the week! in ai >' Convention : our Spring and Slimmer : :

I ding Sri<-the r'nits:; thai 1<*'k lui Milton on business. Palms Wednesday i \
White and family in Bronson \Ved- Dresses
r nesdaof last week j gether. !See *them at KiillingtoitMudiu ,,, Mr. and Mrs. M. C Ford. Sr. of Mr and Mrs. A 1 : :

'LI s' OMtaUnaMnlMTTUII : A' Gift Mmp.i 'I: Jacksonville \\'t're'isitinJt Mrs M H. Adams. Mrs I

+ Mr and Mrs R O. Dansby had i Out of town dinner guests of j I I I C. Ford. Jr. and family over the Mis. L. D. i : : :
UM KuO HUbitt ham mw*x wu :
as weekend guests. Mr. and MrI -. : John Uglovv on his 94th birthday weekend.Mr. I tn'I1. Mr-. H FALL

I B Dansby Sr. Mrs Lewis Sullivan Thursday were son-in-law and ''G. Haile. l 150
AND II and Mrs J E Hardy and
j and daughter. Bonnie, and ''daughter. Mr and Mr*. R. L. :Me- family visited Mr and Mrs.Vil- j Mr. and Mrs. C \ DRESSES" .
I Miss ( 'a 101'II Dansby all of Ozark. and wife :Mr. ': \. ,
I | Dovvell. grandson \, liam Hardy in Lake City Sundayafternoon. Sistrunk and G. : I \ .
E' S Dan-sby of Orlando and Dun 1 .
and Mrs J. McDowell and two !m Tallahassee I .

I I I Oansbv Perry. children of Jacksonville\ Mr and Miss Ru'h EdwanU, and MixCotinne and Mrs M C : I } : hat .'Must (Vol .... .... '. .

Big/ Sal"-\"\.r before heard olprice t Mrs D. P. Oir of North Branch. Lane. nutM from St Donald King! of i i s, !( ynrdh'ss of Frict "'- :) \t, ..

in children's dr".--*-*. bedr Mich. Mr andIrs.. Edward Loki th. weekend e el h.s 1\111"1 \ I ..
I M>in slippers II....... underuare andsweaters 1 Chaibonneau of St. Petersburg i' with Miss Edanls'par"nls.. MrL r !t\l 1 \, I ,4 14

at IConnic Donnic More. Mr and Mrs. Nelson Baker of Mr anti Mis I I : "
:Mr: and Mrs Guy Edwards \ 4
Mr ,uid MiM, J Sadenwaterhav. :'Fullarton. Canada and Mr. and the first pan IIf : ( loti
Also "Don Dare Devil" Ser | 'l.isc out ON children lx>dr .' letuined/ home from Gary, | Mr?. R H Drummond) of Borni slipper!, SI.98 Yalui- SI.00 The MRsale visiting: relativesCpl ; i I ( : : \ ,dllt.. : :
ial & "Miners Fort
.y- holm .Canada I ,
In i. i Stephen !I J
+ i .
: if the sea-on on I.idies! lirasiers. *- ...
Niners" I Mr and MrK:. E. Houpt of ,! to his basat 1 ; t II \
i Mr. and Mrs. Homer Swindall Come Mat. Knnnie Dniinie. 1 .3 1 4
Daytona Beach were the weekend today after a j : 1I 1 4
and son, Anthony were visiting i in i i '-I!"s. Helen Stewart Keller received II .!11- Sun., Ion Feb. ::1.I guests of Dr and Mrs. C J. Houpt his paints I Mr I \ ?t. Petersburg and Tampa Monday word tins week that sh I \
Mrs. E. Dalton \Vnite of Atlanta S t. John : \ and Tuesday.Mr passed her State Board examinations ,
: and Griffin. Ga is vision: firs I :Mr and! Mi'. \
as a registered mire Mrs \
and Mrs. Harry Weber had I
Ill, F. Godwin Mr and Mrs. E in Jacksonville : \ \
Keller ti is now nursing the Ala -- ,
as guests recently Mr and Mrs i in \ \
II Register and MISS KathrvnRegister nesda}'. .1t Thurman Humstnn and Mrs F chits General Hospital. GainesvilleMr \ :

jMiI' Warn"' of Ft. Edwards, N. Y, \ of Miajni will Iwu'.k. and Mrs .I I D Doyle attended Maiden t : t//t I.ad it... Fall :
end guests of Mrs Godwh Stump's. \ :
The1 nlolyd| fishing trips trrdar : the Camellia Show at t hl
STAR ISHAND dress ami :Mrsv E \ I
.. ( !K.'vs and Fernandma due, : 'Jacksonville Ganlen'enter 01 I
work shoes for and l boy It'd at small 4
; men >1' a :
.ns the past week 'I j Sunday. :
| \
i at Stump's,. nesl a\' averring/; t B1ousesl
Sheriff P 11
t I.dclish8S: t n 1
....nn.rnTTiT.n.1TnRadio \ Mrs 0 E Ray and children of dleton 75th j "
on busim -s on Tu.-s :'
:, Monticello :spent this week with ldav. Enjoying the I
& Appliance. Mrs B. S. Edwards Mrs. Earl I :
her and -
paff'nts.11' Mr and I Mrs W. B. Dowliug anti \ TO THEWOMEN
KEI'AIK SERVICE and other relatives here Dowling and :\ : Nf I
:i Mrs Mae Edwards visited Mr an<. 1 f/aftllf. ntVfY<' ; :
Jacksonville. :, \
MajV II Mundorf. who lust t' G. -.2 \ '
Elbeit Edwards
in DaytomBea a 1S.. .
Matthews i
Open Evenings Till 9 I turned from Japan and the Phi!- <'h over the weekendMr I ( \ It

hpin.-s.\ spent the weekend with hi- and :Mrs John R. Boring f E. L. Matthews 'I j :
Open Saturdays ALL DAY Brother! J. F: Mundorf and h is 1 Jacksonville John Powell I II. 1 t. )I .- IL 't'
Beach were Sunguests day;' 49
RIG.. G f $
:' Mrs i \
nephew and family. Mr and of Mrs. L. B. ,.
You may know a wife : Daniel R. Weeks | R. K Mundorf Maj Mundorf and 1 1 1lrs.Iural Gardner The Ga. was the I \ .I \\

like Mary who turns i J. E. :Mundorf went to St Petersburg Boring f Thursday and I I I ;\ .
also '
visited Mr. and Mrs. J
J.V Mrs K'D.. I 1'
Electrical Appliance the early part of the weektn ): :
pale at any mentionof I Andrews and other friends herr ,F'' Mr. and Mrs I /
REPAIRSS before l :
visit relatives Majoi
her You 1 during the day. 1 1of ,
past. i Flushing N '
may returns to Augusta. Ga. for a 4' \It
11 Court St. Starke Mrs Louie Bargeion return,[d 'Florida
know a husband like with the tour. \
-.ignment Signal Corp
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJFARM .. to her home in SardGa. last Fri. '''of Mr and Mrs : 1.
Jim, who thought he MisMargaret Beall of Pittsburgh i| day after ten days. visit with her I Clark is I{ i t 11

Pa. is the guest this weeP: sister. Mrs ,- I
was broad-minded till 1. B. Cottrell 'radio station < 1 + \ ..ilia'sup: to 4,{>;5 : 4

it came to his wife! I of Mr and MrsV. H Nollman Mrs James A, Griffin \'isltinj:g Equa or. S..4. :: i( ; / 11
The Nollman'' son-in-law a nil latt
l I relatives in Lakeland this \Veek (Clark will .c 1
You've probably only I daughter Mr and Mrs C. II Dawv '
I IN 1 Ml Mrs Ial.tha'ood and Mrs?. Mrs. T W. | --- 1
heard of unlicensed 0 E N U iis "f Jacksonville. entertainit \
p l George Flynn w.i. in .lai'ksonvill!f Island, Ga I' \
II ,t dinner party Tuesday et'I rlast ; t ,
doctors but Satuidavt .
they'rearound law and sister.
This all adds \\.EYOU W I !n I Miss Ueall's honor. POLL P.JHOT.hol'S: : i tIr'II Nollman last I' ROBBINS'thcstoreolvalues I
q tr v' '<-ndins; the Camellia Show al !
hoysand rich at St limit's.i Iill'rr l : 1.I /: '
to r.r yt'ango's, Club Jacksonvilli l > .
up pretty strong in i: :Mrs: Maxip Carter and Mr. an,d Monda\ from | '1! + I
x \1:1:\\ aftf'rnoon1'1'1': Mrs W i
stuff, but as an adult :'Mrs K..1. Dowling, Sr. attend d where she is sr i ; \
Hazen Mrs. I
I r -A hug, Mrs Cliff \
will knov the Antique Show at the Ceo dietetics aT the ; _
woman - -
rge - -
you Thomas I' and Mrs D. L - - - - - - -
how even a "NicpGirl" i. |Washington H"tel in ,Jackson'rllon !c hospital to ,: : ; L .............. ... ... ... .....

Sunday.. her 'i'
parents. .
can get in "Big Iud Mrs. 'George Jon:F Mr. and Mrs John SchoenemamiSr Winkler 1 i '

trouble! t to Jacksonville last wee'k! ; of
I Milwaukee, \\'is. are the Col Harold !
Mis: Jones is' : al'
i guests for several days of Mrs. F[. days\ last week i : !
\ 'UKLvtle+ Fi; "ntar> schoo I 1'''
Fernandez and! Mr. and MnI s. Hospital St. legraph.'r;; ; \ I ,
: Mt Jon '.. "I"nlT\ ," -hi .
I Wan en Kaufmann. rheik-up He n
They visil t.t
x "" md l ,': Aft' :MI- 1'ARLINGjGrocery
eosdt ', d 'he Stephen Foster Afemn vial Mondav : l :
i 1 i I' s grad n June she A .
"'I i Tuesday and 1 other ,j Be sure tll : )
HOME f 11J 'h"{ :I"dk11": JoneS,' points c
ur. test in Hoiitlt while here DrpsM-s nun on : J
i I" t' 111:;. til. (C \ d. 'p'lI'sls. an i'ar '
:Mi and Mis L N \VlilttIes and I
And AUTO SUPPL( Pickeiin
!{nr ttt.1' II tin at! the presentMts .
have as their pit sts a few ., kittdic.:11 : 1 ,
( lIIW.raIlSt. J. \\' ( ;.i-kii's I and son Ar. Mrs Pirkirntg's!; biotln: i and daj fan ;\f.; 1 X J & mi

d, q !hu:'. and \L" hil\: i Ann Harle's t' at Mrmil! Mis H :1 Kilha I' \,\' '., h... ,'. .. : S I ",
r ;u the weekend Rust Litv'siting ;
and : ;111,1 f-om \ J" I
Starke, Fla. : "nu1layid an.I MikeRodessa. < I
: Mrs Gaskins'son.. I'fc'. [ t. unlll\ I J
i nn.( sv. (Gaskins. who in the ;. '. ,
is \, \\ -I. ,
r BUY AN EXTRA; KEY I 11 \.1 i K.iri e. .J 1 MisV D Do\l.. B were" Uuw'in fin GaiiH-s\ill.?" a nd! 1.I : its.'''n 1..1': gu." ". TInt.\ !! : j >> I \I I i 11; I 1l I I .\ I III I: H 1 'I': ... I lliltl. I I 1

r business: last :Mrs H.It'| ( '.! 1
Friday I 1 I :'!.'1- ___ 'kf" .h--- ,
; ,
But :New': \lIs.: T (r 'ua 7" ; "" ::""-: <;
K 1: visiting ]11I t|w'
Suppose YOl 'It home had been the and :\11'I :;
..giaiulniothi-r. Mrs H. P. Mow i i ill ,
i Oilando, Mr- !Lalpa:: ) ( '. :
victim //f/.s ( from
of week's fire'If | Wednesday !to a Ion Tender Picnic Lb.llams37c
day V And ws [ .
.i is Mi and Mis: Chit ies Hardy had .\lachila'I.it: 111 ,
::0.0. jour present insurance adequateto ; Mrs ('e" i il ,

KIRK aEAIWK WUIAMlDjjlAI.U replace the house ALL ITS CONTEXTS ) a.: \\.k.ud/ J'IIO'sls. Mis G.McCauley 1 E Mis( P D .. : ) '

MiGauI+ y. Jr. of PJ;a" .
!(? If not. you can :net: this protectionfrom latka and as Sunday guests M Municipal ir f

IIIILM YIR'Swaloa and Mrs Roy Green and family iMi i lIf' Sunday.. ,: ,

r 1DNEY I IMGSIErSI Brooker, White
and S2.G9; at ?
I Detective J. O. (Jerry) GAY Insurance Agency si,': r-Jimmy and Mr.s were EwHl Lawson and Miss Ann )
Story 1 visiting Mr and:' .
116 N. Court is visiting h. i'
St. Stark Phone iv: :> M's: A. B Walket and tamilva lr- i I
.- \ .1 1111:1: h. Ga <
,Ako "Corn Plastered Car- I.! ,iv sun'x lather on. I' iinday P i'ontr. !Mr, weeks: :Mi-.s \\' ,-,;\$ ,;k ,;..J. ."4'' .fr..u. ; :c.4": '
,.b p' 1letrratda'i .: I
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toon & Latest News ?' /nd o''h them aftis .l'r, ,' ,
}bM': it: : :
> v ml \\"I'k- vi-it with !11 I Iran}..' 1'aik+ : "1 I I 5 Lb. Factory Pack
Tues., Wed. Feb. 5, 6 Ualkers.Mi I I
Mr ,''lId! Mt-: I t
ATTENTION CANDIDATES : r- \\' H Mundy and :111-
T: uni i i k (I'.i, I[
HIGH ADVENTURE! !Iqll\; r ,:
1 ii- Flot!
flt'1t' in I I'hnitiiI '
!nil I :Mi- ,lai',it 1[ :: ,
I I..:,sin -- At."i Izty :M'i :
and 'ills I 'f' H
.. v is ': .f I iI'k''Ii\| In.! l.'iMiieT'nirs.i s" 11. .\ rnt'tr.Airs i '
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I rr 1 TCIi'tn' t SInl.! and P.V.HXi! u'' dint and :Mi-I fi) ,,' ,

"mtu. "I.t m Oil r,, !-' Surdsisitni. 'IY. laughter: I'atn I j J

ANNOUNCEMENT CARDSWill \ ': MrH I't., .vand! Mr: Jack-onville I

Jo\ ( ''lIpl'r :Mr and11': ,
:Mr mil Mrs Bill Hill: and tun?f ot Gainesvillt; gt. '

he inserted l in each i i..Mie of the Telegraph;: frunNoll' 1 son "dt t (klla1stl..d) Sheriff! and' of MIj "1. I I ,, -'-- ;; --: '_;--: .'? ", C-"T' "":;:' 5':: ;:. '';'_;

Until the First t Primary Flection. May: G. at the MrP D. Reddish on Sunday J E Wilson. ( 1 I' :

A E McKinney is att..in J
following rates : MiA c I I:

-SlLYER.rEI'I1 : : lag the Railroad Public t'tililmeeting '> L. B..a..I..y Qtrs. Limit OneO1eo

i in Tallahassee this wee'Mr ]k.
NOT OVER WORDS) I IN LKMiTH:: ; 12.50 Tampa and I
.. and Mrs Claud Johns will
< .. C'rrY"CJtiNl atm sand '

OlO'" FROM I GO TO M o) WORDS 1 IN I.EXCTH 15.00 :i' be guests this weekend of Mr :Mis} Wnla! > 1' !. I1. i

R MrC. L. Ryan in Tallahass<'f erg :Martelle '
FROM I SO() To110(11VORIS( 1 IN LENGTH; 17.50( while there to attend! the gradiii;". sonville spent
S t EAI- RA11(01rw [ ( } 1
tion exercises of th.iron.. CI Jude urday with ] \ 19c
.. ,
\4\ .11'IJI tII.I r..Ii 1\11I x..l
Johns. Jr., t-oni FSl Saturda I
'IY Mr and
lib b.ItrWI.! ) t hWl.\sr This Card Will Cam Your Me>sa ;e To The Voters Mrs. I I
L'Also: h. Afternoon. Mr and l
"Luck: )' Pijrs" Cartoon c Mrs F. F Stun p is in Montello I' and family \' ; : I

And Latest News < tor tin days visiting her soinlavv ]Richard Ray ru I

FLACK YH'KCAKI\0\\\\' and daughter, Mr and Sundav '1 I

Thur., Fri. Feb. 7. 8RICHARD Mrs W H Th imson. Jr and! New :-. JAIJ! 1
TO GET FI'IJ,1E.VEP11' OF RATE family I and Atondale < I -

J{ Mr and Mrs Richai.l The<* '
tump'= t:.
and !son Ricky. of Gaines villf l :Mrs W B I! : Maine Oil 3 For

-pent the vvekend VMth I Mr- F. 1:-I. Wilma ...

Long. end in .' : ![ ', Vi
{ NOTE ; Under the neFlorida Election (ode All Political Friends of E M Davis will:1 r eand, Mrs C C ] : j I 8V

.\d\l>rtisin<: And Printin"r:: ST Authorized gift to hear he was take tc. Dr and }

And Paid For h\ The Candidates 'ampain:: Trt'aurerI : Riversid. Hospital'! Saturday f.,nr, visited Dr C i ; f'f

IN ADVANCE at the time of placing! order. diagnosis Luke's hospital ; i[ J
II II Mr and! Mis J H T'uPr.: ',-.'! .- nday !

daughter Nancy. '.\ :1 :".. I.1:' :Mrs A Z '

t Oak Sunday visitin.: Mr r''I' I'" '" 'i her .- !

BASEHART PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT :'at'r: J-\.J I E. I"' ,1 'j ',' and Mrs 1 ] r.d

ill ._...ily in : : (
M1 !r-1: t'a! }'Varce "pt'nt 'J"e Ma::,} Mr- : '

l ... ,\eer.t i "kHV'l.: vs t r:- ::1'! ._ : :. R. ': J We have
i plenty Specials
Mr \' *' .
E"ftir a- < ,
Also "They Fll'The Bradford County Telegraph I' i -s : :
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Shrew" .. \ : : ] week besides
Short ':.t in this ADD.

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melts the snow. I have seen quite I t thumb-worn creeds, 1' member; sponsored a chicken din. 1 of Community (,lub meetings to >bt 'I r

-I a number of little snow birds that i, Their large pro e-' ;ions and! their ner at the Hampton School cafe- held in the homes cf member

came down from the north. They I little deeds tena last Friday night. It was while the Club Rooms are undergoing .

[LI seem to enjoy the snow. They eat Mingle in selfish 'triftI I K, w..H attended and the food wa? repairs. Colorful blossom

weed seeds and find food on tree I Freedom weeps, i excellent. j 1 lent their beauty to the rooms

n., I bark I have thought they might Wrong rules the }land! and, i i iI Our good friend, Mrs. Effie Bed- j used on this occasion and dt' 'ra DL'TIES
R tend ants. Waiting Justice. sleeps! i, enbaugh. i> nii( confined to her.t live in itself was an exhibit ot
Well. I have my quilt tinished i '1 home with illness. XIrs Perkins I j 1 handwork. Featured in this dl.playwpre
From farm and ranch and ham : I
ty Lara Bur ess Ilohr/ rind out of the frames. I finishedit I let and city comes the cry for bet. I: and Mrs 1... J. Wynn visited her articles of interest and beauty :, -i :t !ntiou.xly jvrformediti i- : '

'" in 28 days. In that time too. I 1 last Saturday afternoon. of detail and design, some ere -* \ l lIt' expense and no Jt'sst'ni
PONCA. NEBR.; ter and clean government. Perhaps I
helped with about eight funerals, this is what will bring the j 1, Our first aid course has started ated by members and some collected :. :>. i n t& have won for! u:< an ( !1d'.r.-!

the To the winter I I have been go. !: I with of Vernon by them as gifts or as souvenirs -.ml
\Vhcrrin January dajs fli 1 ihlftly keep away. so you see really I voters out and get us some clean off plenty pep. "t'. in the loniniunitit whI'I': I 'I.

bj, I finish my quilt and I 1 I Virginia Merntt. i I ing some. Ha. Whoopee! I have worthwhile honest candidates and j I Forsythe was the first victim and of trai'el After the business -i !r\ f.DeWITT.

start piecing another. The snow! : one large block done on a "Double\ !i I responsed very gracefully on a session, directed by Mrs. Kucera j
I I I i we be free of the five per centers I i
lies white and lovely. I look out my window across the Wedding Ring" quilt to make I I.I and mink coats and free table while Mrs Perkins demonstrated the president a salad course wassen.ed.

snow-covered white lawn. It is next January. I have ordered my ,I i ington from the? wash-I' the correct position for person j I The next meeting will takt I C. JONES

The stars that hang in the so pretty and white. It covers the i garden seeds. Plan to have a.I in shock This is one of the j place in the home of Mrs. J. G i!
(I I (filtration. We must not let our Phone 7
heavens brown and barren yard. When the larger garden than last year as'':I country be taxed beyond our limit. I! most interesting courses sure have I (Caldwell Tuesday. Feb. 12. j Starke, Fla.

Are jewel; of gems f ml gold, now does melt the lawn turns Don helps me and it 1.1 such fun. I j I So had. All of the seventh and eight i Wednesday Mrs. Herbert Thom _
every one get out and vote. j II
_.. _ _
We have had some cold I have enjoyed the canned vege- I in this j| as attended --
I can count them mine to enjoy green. so 1 Take an interest in polities It isI : grades are participating the North Florida ,

Whatever my eyes can hold. I weather and quite a blizzard tables. We have new neighbor I I (our job too ladies.It area of learning I I Diocesan Council of Episcopal! { Funeral Director Ambulance Service

which slowed up the mail. However across the street. At last the old Don't forget the regular P T .40..1 Churches in Gainesville ,
The clouds that color the sunset is cloudy out. Looks like Our local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences anA
as the poem above says, "I house that was so long neglected I meeting February 5th at 3:15: i Together with Mrs. Inman :
]more snow. Digger is Greenof :
Are lengths of satin and sheer; can remember the sunshine at Clay has been: restored. New bath and 'softly and looking out the window. Mr. Fred Victor of Theressa has : Starke, Mrs W. G Stringfel. ,,: 1 1 services not otherwise available.

My soul shall go govned in Hill and still feel the warm sun on furnace, new owner, and now a ,He sees squirrels and other dog sent l our school a lovely bunch of'I J low visited Mr and Mrs!: George 1 1 I-I I' .I .61 11.1' ." .. I "_

and rose my back as I stood in the school- nice couple residing there I artificial roses which he himself I IManassa ,
turquoise We are all fine and their children in We furnish the highest type service at lowest
yard. I always got a good tan.I am glad. My ankle that I hurt -. made. We surely appreciate his I Green prices, a't 1
Whenever they shall appear. ( ooblt.ss\ Vou all j Cove Springs Monday 1 accept ANY life insurance policy in fol'I' .
i 1'\1 XNcompany Y
remember a winter in Arizona when I fell is healing nicely S< kindness. Mr. Victor has an attractive (1
heart i Is filled with I.OVK: LURAHAMPTON I At noon Sunday Mr and Mr- : ,
My summerOf as payment in part or in full n l sal
d :
and another in New Mexico They many people have fallen on little daughter. Joan, in the ( D. Sellers

many a golden dry; ( are delightful: too. So I think of! ice and broken bone That i* on. fir..t grade had as tneir din"'r i: Consultation carries no obligatunIf :
guests Mr and Mr Will.an! + F _-----------------I----------- _
I < an sing to m\ -ell a -unarmed i other golden d:1.1 :,- Here when the reaSOn that old people should !In There were ;59 pupils and four Atwood of
Jacksonvii!!! anti :Mr
song sun does shim is wain, andwy in Florid in the winter whu-' 't-'a<.heTS in a religious' serviceFARM
;and Mrs. D L Shaw if Kaf -' ) ( n- ; :t lmi.11
yni> .;.fllI Biv,. 'j' i 1\ '
I there is no danger of falling ->ith :--:1I1HIa-: I Mr
I 1 1i
i .. i K, e. Lots of people here go ti < liyMrs.. M I. C. :.sweeneyFriends .laksonville \' :

i il"'>niia. Arizona and Texas --- I
and MrR W 1n': : ''!t'.. c.tTHE;
h : .
: j ,,,r,,' "
n.\Y IIII.L.u letter fi T TF \'
tin are glad' hear that ::1" to'kencl
I :M .o Johns, mil .he. toi G. P. Wadswoith IS ltnt-! I Ic'"l"F
says getting along F: oni Suiiii:; ir \\ .' -,; rMrs -'
i 11.1 e that sN. and ('Iausen1 I nicely in Riverside ill...-pital!. Jack P.v Mrs. IJnan WhitfiehlRritlge : Herbert Tli1 : '
f .r i't'< It i .< I I Jr':: :
M ,i : 'ing have the marriage! license i jf j sonville, after undei ,mno a major = -- -- I :Miss Kathle-n Then! -. j t'IOR IDA ,, I, r

doubt by tht- time are mar- i'I operation theie, Tuesday ot last Club Meeting i iTn j auves in Palatka \Ut'1, :
They are i sweet couple. } week. He is t'xp.'tl'd hoii.i' t t'u! decorating; hoi home for the I I Iirtetm Mrs C M Turn %. ?. '. : : ::.,//r', '

!r1'' \ both went t' > hool to me 1: latter part of this se.k Mis i ? of (11'1'! State Farm RrideI I, mg )Mr :in.! :M-s! .1 l..t., I' Tin pi -, \ 1 : w !i. III
1 1 I i d.!< love them and wish them'!I Wadsworth spent last wnk with! Club last Thursday TAr:. L F. ,Tackson\I f-jn t t': Satu t /' oj..Ywith '' I ATEr'" Ii
.ippiness.; !I : tl.. t
Mr and Mix
J. C.
Wynn in Jacksonville Chapman u"ed arrangement of Mr amt :MrP yFtI' : ,,, r 'I'

,r ?. salt before beating eggs Mrs. Maine Mea l is s1| ending '. a dessert course to her ha-- lu'en >n X'. Ii.i'-'r. t : *

if f. sev'ral'peks in Kiuiiswuk. Ga giipstprior' to the profession i 'fe FAIR '." I
tngue. you need lots of I;'I several we..a- th !LU.t: ,.< :NT '' SCHEDUlE R" I

FULL ASH PRICE (I- i ;a nice tender meringue, add with her daughtel\lrs.: \\'. odrtlw Her prize. ronsis'ing: of toiletries I and Mr J L With.:. ? y ( HERE FEBRUARY IS S-P .,el- tee lu\a 1.Cot )n... ,

I ,< drops of lemon juice. This : Hicks. were awardi'
d */.od: time: of yea for macaroni: Mr and Mi> Edgar): I p, i ire Lave for high s, 0". to Mrs J R ,' senor s Oav1. '
| County
I Mr. and Mrs J e :\1. : >"< fu ugh
and! < .ifi-se. Takes the place of ex- ;'''returned to their home in Long Kite in bingo and to MtR P HBRU.RY ,6-rl,, "I' lOU"I\, CI'
their and
son Harry Jimii.i' f. .
pensi\) meat. i'! Island, X Y. alter. visiting Mr.Prier's I Stubbins as guest player t "' ." r f ,h DarS U1'.1' '
I Camilla Ga were guests of Mi ", 'I T':' ''I fE..UARY
; C." '
Fruni the ranch in Nevada come, sister, Mrs Rn-sell Dyal, : Commmiii Club Meeting ? Urea' s G ,pall '. .
and Mrs. E C. Long last weekend ,ale. 'nlenJHBRUAI't'
$26.50 a poem in Hampton They also visited ielatives Mrs. H. J. Kucrra and Mrs Her I I !. 7egon LOUnlV Dar: ,
'" t-
jn Tampa and Jacksonville bert Thnma'I.t.p co-hostesses at 1:i On'It'E SITFLIES I" I ,'" '?n 0.11 flaUARY ttlnnc Para-i.,' I
God give: us men! A time like Mrs. Lynn Hall entertained the the home of the former Tuesday AT fURUARY 1-8..1."- > outs Dar a'" I
I Cc i Od' :
I this demands Woman's Council on Thursday afternoon at the ti-st| of a series r.K\iroin: ; ('0. TELL GILlil a C"n! luursts' fBRUARY od' UDa. -" '

Strong minds, great hearts, true afternoon of last week. r I.9 hl ihult 1 In Coun"J"
f- .
I---------- -------------- 516it :'ohns
faith and ready hands; Mrs. Jessie R Chastain was FISRUARY ,-Fu1uie CounlV Comm '
Men whom lust I ll Where Root knot Is A .- ,' ,' '. r ?.me'u! Ame"ca "Oa NFA ';'; 4
of office doe: among our County Commissioners P'fobl CIll ,' "'t 1 "fl.1/ ,t ,.e Homemake" e "H "
TIIMS ARRANGED I : amt 1 Negnt ,.
no- kill a. Gadsden 16--a
WE CARRY ; who attended a business meeting Fumigate I H Vilh I) J) From Kit gore : ( ,,'Arrc 1; H blonds FIIAUARY, ,' r
whom the spoils of office in Tallahassee RacrI
on Thursday. Jan. I t 1 i l...n' ,, I "' .'
i { 11-( '" 1
MANY FAMOUS does not buy 17. Mrs f V. **- .JJ fBRUARY
; Chastain's sister Mrs. Stocks of I) I) and Fumimaintainyl nation: Kits for Application! : pal ,a f I \\0' rr
MAKES OF NEW MACHINES Men who possess opinion and! George Cottman, has returned tr Mn
will; | her by us at all times : .. -*- '- > A
I I home in Ocala after spending ,, .v
Men who love honor, who will 1! a
not h i several days with her. ,' TOP H'AMTY STOCKS i OF BEAN CORN and ,: ,
? I I Mrs. Frederick Watter.-on, Mrs. \ "'
'r y NEW SPEED Tall men suncrowned who live Archie Eiland and Mrs. Don Me- OTIIEH'I.aTABI.: ; : Li[ : SHE I OX HANI n rr ,
..t.d" e Y CONTROL above the fog 1! Mahone were among those attending r 5**
I'i, AI:>o Stocks of All Pl'stidlJjea Il's :Needed( for Invwt and : a
NEW MOTOR / duty an.l privatr I the Stanley party at the home ) .l' Control in :Seed; Il.dsnd: Field : ''v e tr
r,. thinking t l"O" of Mrs. J. A Gnann in Theres i YM
1thlh! ) th.. .ibbl!,,. 1
r \\ llh th< irHAS
Y 3 1, NEW Saturday evening. Miss!' Sylvia
.r' May:
+ ? spent Thursday night with ;

i I \ CASE her cousin Miss Florence Gnann.1 i I :202 N. K.: NtM>. laim'S\; illl'. Fla. ,S 1e

:' -gc NEW SEWING Miss Martha Horne, a senior at ---------- -- - - -' -- --------------.----- .
''hiU of F is spending the mid- -
......... % I -emester holidays at her home
::0-; 1".1 X'W'i
( "
The seventh grade lost two of eI
heir i classmates last week when EI

James and Linda Pennell moved
1 Cf r' <. ...... ... toiiamesville.
.r i ; I
5 YEAR They were given a I I

it : irewell party on t t'e d.,\. th\ \\ \. '. "

ir ir Phischool moot leeks.. \n' 'i1ithout /

GIVEN !! SERVICE \h"M\ | they then come s.Mhng to s'e i.ni-tiof.!!\.\', THE GREATEST CAR EVER BUilT

BUTTONHOLERl Our pupils were saddened la-'

week when we heard of the
your grown '> ),
was one of our IH-I t tin'ml Nnw rI

O 1 value? Has it outgrown your and always attended our p.n-! and
: .s;aduation i .'xercis's1: know wt ,

/ WITHIN MILES Fire insurance? Let us check shall miss him very much Mrs. I .

needs. Perking Mrs. Sullivan. ?nd Mr1- II, vv ___Xi
your .y. ......
Chastain attended his funeral at : .L rtt-mm-Tfr '!".'>"*{#
rici -v"A -STORES Brooker Tuesday afteinoon <.Y.pr : 5 |WJ."llr 'S't

; U ; ..'is-. Our new record player arrived f vTA J'.

week and we have had a lovely
40S W. Forsylh SI: Jacksonville, Fla. ,
time singing with the records as

I I would like a free home demonstration at no obligation II | I they were played. Our music supervisor .

to me. I Charley E. Johns is opening up for us a new

I I horizon of music and we are goingto
I have a Junior Ge\ Club IfH

I Name Phone 13 STARKE, FLA.E" possibly can. I
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Address ____________-_______-__________________ I '" ... We had our first laboratory The big'
reading last
I City State Thursday. We were
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... ..... like lost sheep to begin with but
If It..U.,1t1rt''i l'I.>a-t' Send Sp ific Dirrttions :SBT
I <*epr ttnting THE TRAVELERS, Hartford soon: caught on to the technique-
I I952r'N-iY-\;
- - - -- 0 under the leadership of the super. ; t OW-peJfonnrfkmHI!

visor, Mr Don Parker! Our class '
Ford's completely new 101hp. higWomprrision/ low-friction
is- divided into three groups and I Six with" free-turning overhead valves, is the most modern

all of us are I Tying to increas Si* .n the iodujtry. And ford's higVcoirpreision V-B now

our comprehension and speed 110 h.p., is the most powerful engine in the low-price field.
I Both ore available with performonct-provtd Fordomotit 0,;...
Dr. Joe Henry HanKins, one II'

WM8R-FM the world's greatest evangelists ()qt-c/es i them all

will be guest of our school on February bcMiv /> tPkE E wra .I

6th. We have invited Dr The '52 Ford gives you nding comfort such 01 you hove never ----J'

Hankms to have duinei with us I before experienced in a car in the low-price field. With from BatA the new Ford Mileage Maker Six and the Strata-Star 1
:z ) ,springs tailored to the weight of each model, longer nor V-8 have the exclusive Ford Autanoticover Pilot. This com'
:: / (td .', '?[ ; and imnu liatelv following tht springy and diagonally mounted> shock' absorbers, Ford's pMely integrated corburetion-ignitton-combustion system

noon ho r he will i undue> an as. I Automatic Ride Control gives. you the smoothest osicst rid* of gives you high-compretsion "go" on "rtjvor") gas.

,. '{ ,: -i 'i.bly: in the :iiiditoniim\ Ouroung tttm oB-a level ride on straightaways,on even keel)on curves.
lJ ll. f l l k \' x-opl will lead in singing I'

.. f !some rut! the great religious hymns; CM-d2 them ally Mw Gf waft Bodies f

Dr llankm-t will have
r a
messagefor I Ford's nu Coochcraft Bodies ore longer, ttronger distsncrive .
$6. c& all of ti- and we hope that I T'e'S2! Ford has longer wheelbase! wider front tread and in their modem beauty. They offer new >.'*-tightconsrruction

:1 t many par..nts111 be present tc greater length. If, big outside and big maid., v'tfh" tpadOM which seals out dust, weather and ruse.. AndFord

\ s heat this gifted man of Clod I seating for set and the largest (luggage totter of tfiswi cJL has more color and wphohtery combinatiom fr>cn ony

\ r For complete enjoyment of the variety of programs Th.- T'.tit-'' > -. III r l1lrch Other cor IftI field!

% broadcast over CBS Radio keep your radio set ot 96.1 on kill CGrck Vf i6tltlg/

the FM dial ARTHUR GODFREY JACK BENNY With narrower comer pillars, picture windows all around c-d Otd-IIJ/iJ, the" :111I ./

AMOS 'N ANDY CHARLIE McCARTHY I a rear window thats 48o larger you have "oa-dr.ro' '
,ta ; . With such modem design and engineering features c< "f
WELDING vision that adds to your enjoyment and your safety.
I' i EDWARD R. MURROW SUSPENSE BOB HAWK Ffighl-Sryle Control Panel, new Power-Pivot Clutch and
t Broke Pedals, new Center-Fif Fueling and new, covmterooi
t t BEULAH GENE AUTRY THE CISCO' KID L:4x arced hood and deck lid. Ford odds up to"more dollars and

t \ ce.b vclue than c'- car in its

r lust a few of the great names in CBS Radio on WMBR-FM. dass'1"

...a:,' jtn ,... .. .
.. ...
t U' rtdtifiui h V '
Lux Radio Theatre on WMBR-FM f und flro tottittt ..t.... '.
i ) flint. .>Waru ,,,,,,,..1 .,
96.1? fM dial/ / < co[. tyelesael, u r,-
on your \Ve offer the I s .. ., ...adr1.... ...b.1 .,
'.f ,
people Starke '.,' ,'11I.1' ""t,.,.
\. lit 17th season, i it Americas Would you like to have the and \lcmit>' one of the most I
top choice in radio dramatic complete WMBR-FM Radio j You can pay more but you can'f buy newer or better Come in and see it today

entertainment. Enjoy Holly. Schedule, free of charge It modern and finest equipped J

wood's greatest stars in outstanding will be moiled regularly if
screen hits every you write your request to I welding shups an '\\ht're.

Monday night at 9.00 P.M. WMBR-FM P. O. BoxJacksonville 5187, All Work Guaranteed




Temple .\\t'. Marke}
& Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 118




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melts the snow. I have seen quite I t thumb-worn creeds, I' member- sponsored a chicken din- I''of Community Club meeting to b

a number of little snow birds that i Their large pro "-a'n. and heir ner, at the Hampton School cafe- j held in the homes of member

came down from the north. They I little deeds tt-ria last Friday night. It was I while the Club Rooms are under

seem to enjoy the snow. They eat :Mingle: in selfish -tnf,'. lo. well attended and the floda? i i going repairs. Colorful M.'n: -

\v,-ed seeds and find food on tree I Freedom weeps. > excellent. i Rent their beauty to the angers

I bark I have thought they might Wrong rules the land and! Our guild friend Mrs. Effie Bedused on this occa-ion and dni'inbaugh. DUTIES

II I tmd ants : Waiting Justice sl.--p< : t, 1till confined to her. live in itself was an < xhbi: : or
Well. I have my quilt finished home with illness. Mrs. Perkins J handwork. Featured in this di-.t\| : ,
From farm and ranch and ham- Ii t
$ Lura Bur 9 ess Aohr( lid < ntiously performed with; :' ,
let and city comes the cry for bet ,.
: in 28 days. In that time too. I last Saturday afternoon. \ ty of detail and design, some; l"" \ '! t'XI'len't'mul no lesseniiii: i it
PONCANEBR.------ ter and clean government. Perhaps -
helpeil, with about eight funerals, ; Our first aid course has started 'ated by members and some ( lollt.: \t, : > ;ire have won for us an endur! ; \;
this is what will bring the
Wherein the January days flyKuiftly 1 To keep the winter away. I so you see I really have been go- voters out and get us some clean I off with plenty of pep. Vernon ed by them as gifts or a* souvenirs ''t .ml in tlu- rtinimunitieslucr -\ -

by, I finUli my quilt and, Virginia Merritt. II I ing some. Ha. Whoopee! I have worthwhile honest candidates and Forsythe was the first victim and of travel. After the busmei-s 'd'.

Mart piecing another. The MIOVV 1I I one large block done on a "Double !: responsed very gracefully on a session directed by Mrs. Klllt'ra'i,
I we be free of the five per centers j
lies while and 10\(>1.)". look out my window across tht Wedding Ring" quilt to make !! and mink coals, and free I table while Mrs Perkins demonstrated the president a salad course uas

snow-covered white lawn It i is next January. I have ordered my I I i the Washj j' the correct position for person I served. The next meeting will take! DeWITT C. JONESPhone
ington from communist in-
The stars that hang in the so pretty and white. It covers the: garden seeds. Plan to have a in !shock. This is one of the I place in the home of Mr I J G
filtration. We must not let our 7 Starke Fla.tt
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heavensAre brown and barren yard. When the larger garden than last year, as I I country taxed beyond our limit. most interesting courses .we have Caldwell\ Tuesday.! Fob: 12

jewel; of gems p.nd gold, snow does melt the lawn turns Don helps me and it i is such fun.I So ; had. All of the seventh and eight Wednesday Mrs. Herbert Thom ,
every one get out and vote. I --- '
I can count them mine to enjoy- green. We have had some cold have so enjoyed the canned vegetables -j j Take an interest in politics. It i is I grades are participating in this as! attended the North Florida \ ----- -

Whatever my eyes can hold. weather and quite a blizzard We have new neighbor I j I our job too. ladies. area of learning. i Diocesan Council of Episcopal' tt Funeral Director Ambulance Service

which slowed up the mail. However across the street. At last the old Don't forget the regular P T.A'I i Churches in Gainesville. Our
It is local funeral
clouds that color the sunset cloudy out. Looks like home enables 03 to offer conveniences and ,
The as the poem above says, "I house that was so long neglected more snow. Digger j i- barking meeting February ;nth at 3:15.: ,Together with Mis Inman GreenMr. ; : services not otherwise available

Are lengths of satin and sheer; can remember the sunshine at Clay has been restored. New hath and 1 softly and looking out the window Fred Victor of Theressa has Of Starke. MrW G Stringfe! 1

My soul shall go gowned in Hill and still feel the warm sun on furnace, new owner. and nua He >-es squirrel and other dogs sent our school a lovely bunch of l flow visited Mr and Mrs. George !! ,1 6'6' '" II r II. I' ,

back I stood in the school nice there I artificial rose* whichhe. himself ,
as couple residing
turquoise and rose my We are all\ fin--\ Manassa ami their ( hlIJrt'nr. We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices &-1d
yard. I always got a good tan.I am glad My ankle that I hurt made. We surely appreciate his
shall God, bli- .ill Green Cove Springs Monday. ANV hfe
Whenever they appear. < you accept insurance policy in force, i issved by ANY:
remember a winter in Arizonaand when I fell' is healing nicely S, lHAMPTON !';- Mr Victor ha an attractive '
My !heart i i- filled with cummer: LDVK: i.ruv: At noon Sunday Mr. and Mr- : company, as payment in part or in full or. A r .1 calL
another in New Mexico They many people have fallen on th little daiiehtor. Joan in the D.
had as trieir dinrnrguets Consultation carries BO obligation
Of many a golden dry; I are del::;htful tOil. So I think ofi ice and broken bone That is on. first grade .
Mr and MrWilliam _
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other When the that old should IK Therett., :tP! and four
1 can sing n. my-elf a "uti i golden i Here| reason people s pupils
Atwoi(1 J of .J.:*? ksnvl!! ,ittl, 11'
armed .song sun does .hlfJ'; .- .trr: andp. !: in Florida in the winter \vh ntht t.'arhetn. a i religious service .
; in(1 MrsMr. I' J. ShauL: ;,(' "" // v/ .'< .i.l:)>/u.llmh51".Big.// ;, : RFEBRUARY / : '
-- -- I j,: !te is no danger of falling <"r, tlllday '
aill I M ,.1 J I' I, X.,
th' i n t- Lot of petal| here go tt< Ky )1 f... :M. t'. :SMn.-y i .Ioksnmil4 '-. .. .. l" .
,ilitornia: !' Arizona anti Texas. I and '11'I!: I> \ THE
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p j :.r '
<"TATF TnMI ft
'L.1BILL No. .- It.t t'r from Friends are glad ht-.ir that t1 1",. \'. ,. ,,':, ',t a

-., I Mae John>. mil ..he says tr t;. P. Wadswnr'h! :.- ;i'iuig: ,il.-n;; 1"1111 :-II.I1-1\! ti't') i t\S : urtls :\ : I: ,
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& p r.! once that hanil riaiin\ nicely in Rivi-i-idt-;. pit.tl. Jn'k; Rv lrs.. Rrtan WbitfirldI, H.h1 Th"-1 r.' iF\I r I ( :
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FLORIDA 01 t I,. I .; r
.4. :slrlutg! nave the mirnagf; (' 'use sonville after und 'r tan:,: a major "-- 'IIis.: I<:athlt.'; Thf-i:. .

ano! doubt by Uiitime are mar- operation these! Tw'';d'ty "i last Bridge Cliih MwrhiR .mven /p.il.i'ki l ttitt'c; : .,

WONDERFUL ,.It'd l They are .sweet couple. week. He is expected" home! the! In decorating her\ hone for. the j 1M!s (C' M I Turn '. [ d ; I''n ;. 'ir.liJ: ;:. .

They both went t'" school to me !latter: part ,of thi \ e k Mis.l! i iW.idsw meeting tho) State Farm rid*" I:i ing Mi try M> .1.! t l' \ : \ ll'

,'d! i dn love them :and wish t rtli -.jifiit east t v.-, kIth
v happiness. :Mr and MrC.) Wynn in Jackviiiville.
ACME !HKLPFUL: HINTS: Be sun. ; '! to be !near her husbind: 1 beautiful camellias. Mrs. Chapman I :\I".J.-\t l Hivicr; v \i I" 1. D 11 ,,/',

RECONDITIONED 'MI', 'n salt before beating_ Mrs Mamie !Mead is r i endingeveral !! !served a d. s ert c'ollr"p to her Roliviff! | : t tn n: in V'' I'' '. _, t.1Yn \...a \ I

'.t ringue, if you need lots I ni l ,- weeks in Brun-\\irk. Ga. I IA guestprior to the progression : M.v, r' tI u ;, ra,_ tho ,.. .. .tHer ,' '.' t-R.:: IS SCHEDULE e's.... I
1 (I..r nice nil her daughter. :Mrs. W..olrow, 1 priZ'h. i tonsisting! of toiletries I! ,, tee Co
FULL CASH PRICE r a tender merintue, .d! ; ;uiil Mt> I i. Wills.! : ; FEBRUARY s-P e lusta Coum )a'
I i lrirks.alr wenawardid to II'.T: G Ood-j?i C \ .Ac\ ,' 'f 1 E. FEBRUARY U-,
: drops of lemon juice. Tin-! and(| M'I..ttin : : \ ., Auto HIR '
I and :Mr-: ( for high to Mrs J. RKite kmSt; 1\. t. crone s Das .
-"oil" time of year for macaron: Edgar PUT! hav. score. \ M. : fI1Nit Counts
Mr and) Mrs! I :; "
am' M'ese.: Takes the place of ex- it-turned to their home; in Lung in bingo and to Mr' R P ., their,; sonHain'. : ," r ,.. .: ,,_. HBRUARY..6"' st t: (Da ounA C"

$ I| jifi"t i\ meat. Isluid.; X Y. alter! visiting Mr :S.ubbms. as gle"t, player I j7 .'t .' } '.'n. FEBRUARY UI ,
Iramilla. (.a Wt'rt':1.(t- M- I: \ J' ... th, '
!- : "'I i, the ranch in Nevada come? Price'sistei: Mrs Kii-sell Dyal ComnltlllllIuh Meetingi 1iII4 deco, 5 lntenJ'iEBRUARYI.e9
i i : and I Mrh ( Long I last weeKrr I '''' alto.
26 e P"'II' in Hampton. They ah'o: visited! relatives Mrs. H. J. Kuoera and Mrs Herbert i 1..0unl" Das
? Fa" lIUAIY u.1" -
jn Tampa and Jacksonville. Thomas: were ro-hnstefises at i on'Il'E SUPPLIES! ,It'" ,0 Day Shone P4'a 1 ,
'."".d i give us men! A time like Mrs. Lynn Hall entertained the: 'the home of t the former Tuesday AT HBRUARY. ,,,I, 8-Brac'(olum: ;oU" D,. a' I
PORTABLE ELECTRIC I Uii* demands Woman's Council on Thursday :afternoon at the fIrst of a serif" KR.XDWRD ('0. TELEGT.API1e .;. ( ...nl'. ;h'10".1't hill, FEBRUARY tusk \ UCd. -" I,

Strung minds great hearts true afternoon of last week. on. nunh .
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SEWINGMACHINE laith and ready hands; Mrs. Jessie R. Chastain was 1 'UIRUARVFul" l -"IV ccmega '...'A
M.'n whom lust of office does t among our County Commissioners: I Where{ Runlkiwt Is A Problem : ,J' .,. L t'e Hom'mak t-s, d Da Ne 0i "'NfA* ,.
TERMS ARRANGED : ;''ore''' ,a. Gadsden ; HBKUARY U '
nut kill: who attended a business meeting Fumigate I With{ I) I) From Kilyore "c.' I h H 91>Ian.,s ,[ .. 'h -
WE CARRY Mfii whom the spoils of office in Tallahassee, on Thu..sdaJan.. I : 1 l Cunt. A. ,h' RaS" t t' ,'

MANY FAMOUS does not buy; I. 17. Mrs. Chastain's sister, Mrs.George : fURUAIIY''a f.. 'fe 11-;;';";.;
Stocks of I U) I Il and Fumigation: Kits for Applicationmaintained pal
MAKES OF NEW MACHINES Mft who possess opinion and[ Cottman, has returned tr w ..tcsr
by us at all times. : 'e .
will\ $': y5t ? '
; | her home in Ocala after spending t <
:Men who love honor who will I
several days with her. TOP QUALITY STOCKS OF HEAX. CORN) : and : rxc. .tr., ,
not lie.
I Mrs Frederick Watter.on.; :Mrs. .S 4
stt --t. NEW SPEED Tall men suncrowned who live Archie Eiland and Mrs. Don MeI t j OTIIEI'EaT.BI.E: ( : SEED) ON HAND: ,:

5-=5trf *. &M&m CONTROL ,above the fog. I :Mahone were among those a'tend- { Also! Stocks of All Ptkid'sl'h': for Insect and :

I-i publir duty and private mg the Stanley party :at the homeof *
; -t'r NEW MOTOR Disease Control in Seed Herts; And Field
a a ,|NGE* thinking! too Mrs. .1 A Gnann in Theressar :
Whilt tin r.ihlilr.! With tin
3'j: ;: : '/, NEW CARRYING Saturday evening. Miss Sylvia t THE KILGORE SEED CO. '
5i* !May Spy nt! Thursday niglit: with ,

Si'P- CASE her oiisin :Mi-, Florence Onann. ,\ :202: :N. K. Kt A\e. (;ainesilitFla.. ,,

\\l& :MiM.irlu! Horne. a senior at ------- -- - - -- - -----------------. ----- ,
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q Ih.) 1' ".' H I spending the mid-
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LIGHT :::::

t- .......... ...eaT -i-niB-.e! iiidida\s, <: at her homesere. :
v. 0o .
I; ... haul News
li The seventh grade lost two of !
1 -HSV- '' 1 heir classmates last week when

e .I.nnes and Linda Pi nnrll moved It:
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JOT 5 YEAR < ;:imesvillt They v.i Driven a ,

I. --n.r- 1 in-well party nn \t'.t>- d v t-!; y ., "

I'llschool. riiiiiii (In >k- \.n. i'.'
GIVEN SERVICEGUARANTEE .. ",- v' hunt thou -..! ilint; !.t.< \\'

-- -- !h'"p.! they come : o aye I uon! 1 ,

Our pupils we.ndidntd: 1 liAirk -

IBUTTONHOLERI when wihiard ot the il I, ttt

AS home ,
M in
your grown S 45 r uS
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was one ni our tx--i t iii<'ini

value? Has it outgrown your and always attended out ;>:.i\- .u .: t'
I I I .
i graduation exercises We kimu -\ ,

WITHIN 150 MILES Fire insurance? Let us check shall miss him vi Y ant I.I: airs. Fd t .
l ''''w. nI _..
needs. Perkins llrs. Sullivan end Mrs I .\.. H" '.VMjI;.,. iId > / .....N W. rI
your (chastain attended his -, ,, 'WNh 1
at v1fi.-.A..mJjJ!] 7>.': .
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!: CMV UM STORES I ... Brooker Tuesday afteinoon. .... H"

i :.a. .: Our new record player arrived i
I I ... ..... 'tn Yf
last week and we have had a lovely)
iI loS W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville, Fla.
time singing with the records as,

I would like a free home demonstration at no obligation I II I they were played. Our music supervisor t'j

to me. III Charley E. Johns is opening up: for us a new

I KKCONIHTIONKD SINGER 1 : (n -<26.;:;0I I II Agency horizon of music and we are goingto ; I ,Sr
have a Junior Glee Club if we

Name ------- ________ ________________n________ Phone IS STARKE, FLA. possibly can. ::1
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Address _______________________________________ fl IpI We had our first laboratory I The big
.'; reading last Thursday. We wo-
I City ____ State :
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... .... like lost sheep to begin with bi
If K.F.Iddre.ss Tlea-e Send Spwific Iintions :SIT -oi>n caught on to the techmqiu I'I 52
I teprc entir>g THE TRAVELERS, Hartfort I
I under the leadership of the 't Ovfpufol/lI! them ;JI
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visor Mr. Don Parker. Our ( J.I-- ford's completely new 101-h.p. hlgb-to"'preuiOIt! low-trirn-r

i.- divided into three groups :m,1,! Six witfi free-turning overhead valves, is the mod modern

all of us are trying to ins'rear. Si* :. the industry. And Ford'i higlt-, row

our comprehension and 110 lip, a the most powerful engine in th. tow-pric. te'd.iioth .
speedDr. J ore available with performance-prove Fordomatk Oi,.e.
Joe Henry HaiiKins one ot:

WMBR FM the! world's greatest evangelists, Orf-s/
will be guest of our school on Feb FXC lurti. Power Piht Economy./
ruary 6th. We have invited Dr The '52 ford gives you riding, comfort swill 01 you hove never
before: eipenenced in a car in the low-price field. With front t-oth tt>. n.w Ford Miltog Mottr Sii and *.. Strolo-Sror t
Hankins to have dinner with
us springs tailored to the weight of each model, longer tear V-8 hove the exclusive ford Automatic. Power rd M. This complftly -
:7 dUb ; and immediately following tht springs and diagonally, mounted shock absorbers Ford's integrated wrburefion-ignifion-tdsmbuMian system

I noon hour he will conduct an a* Automatic Ride Control gives you the $moothe.t. easiest ride ef give you (high-comprewor) "go"on "rtgidar" (a*.

.' .', .' -' .. !sembly in the auditorium. Our I them ott-a level ride on itraightowoyi,on even keel..QIn.s.I .
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lILl. '_{AW [ I I young people will lead in singin l"b'C
: aft .
some of the great religious hymns,
iEsnes &,? :
pro Hankins will have a messag for ft nsw Coochaaft Bodiei or. (larger, stronger diet -
96,1 for all of us and we hope thai' I The '52 Ford hot longer wheelbote wider front tread and hnctive h their modem beauty. Their offer raw Mitightconttvdion

Heed" 1 many part'nts111 be present tc I jfo'er length. It'l.big outside and big ittadt, with spacious which ,eol, out dst, weor and nofe*. And
hear letting for six o'J! the larges kiggoe toiler of them all Ford has more color and upholstery combinations Ikon ony
gifted man of Cod. I
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For complete enjoyment of the variety of programs The There-sa ( 'Lt:; . klf-Cltek V&/q/
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the FM dial ARTHUR GODFREY JACK BENNY I I With narrower comer pillars, picture windows oQ around end Ot/t-II:1It1e.! jl.m1.1.
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Hlghl-Style Control Panel ne., Pawer-rnaf Dutch end
w EDWARD R. MURROW SUSPENSE BOB HAWK Ercle Pedal, rew Center-Fin FveEng and new counterbcl,

p BEUIAH GENE AUTRY THE CISCO KID -- onced hood and deck lid. Ford adds up to'mort: dollar gr>dtee's
r f /1 \ value than o-y cor ir its price doss

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Special Events Will Feature Services Methodist Church Starke.. Norman were fishing I-' i ':
INCUR \ Mr.: and Mrs E.iward Raulerson I j last
Beginning At Park Of The Palms Sunday HEILBRONN I Friday.
Rev Thomas: Mitchell: pastor and children spent the weekend in Mrs. Wade GIJ"Hn1' : ;, .

e The: first session, of community- and) which lat two additional, ) of the First Methodist Church of Clermont with Mr. a .d Mrs. Clyde : 15> Marian: :Nornian Arthur, and M-, Shin v Hi I'

i wide meetings at which Dr. Joei \\reks j jOn Starke will speak Sunday morn Robinson and family j visited Pfc .1.,:,- Gask :

i Henry Hankies of Little Rock Sunday afternoon Starke j ding at 11 0 i luck on the Cuba for :Mrs.'lll Rogers spent last Ruston, La.

Ark will will be held Sunday Christ Mission, m which he week with relatives in Tampa. > Rev .. ",
speak churches, as well as. other area participated : Oscar F l 1\1\1" 1 London, About :> 1.' .3 art I '
afternoon at 2:30: o'clock. I I churches, will be present in delegation I along with 65 other Mr. and Mrs. David Benton and' Ky. visiting Kev: and Mrs A friends gati.eiei: ,. th,. ;11 ." ,'

i Methodists Plan : This service and all other in this for recognition in what; will j Methodist ministers.: The First 11 children of Santa Fe visited Mr. G. Karnes | Mr. and Mr.'i' e.; Noun!

Noted Evangelist I .I series., will be held in the audio I i be known as Church Delegation'Day. ;: Methodist Church cordially invites and Mrs. Bill Jones over the week. Mr and Mr.s Oscar Carter were II enjoy a Trai.i! ": I'n.on ..1. ,' .

To Preach Sunday United Evangelistic j Corium at Park of the Palms on I I On Monday night local Sunday you to hear this report from;1 end. i in Miami recently visiting Mrs .' Friday nigh- Niter pi.uCarter's ;

Mission Feb. 17-24 j Route 100 near Keystone: ; Heights. Schools and others will com- j Cuba and to attend the other Mr and Mrs. R. B. Thomas of uncle Ike Norman wh; number ,H'IIlt., r. s- .; gap-.i: _
At Baptist ChurchDr : Dr. Hankins comes back to this I pete in Sunday School Night for ,, service of worship on this coming r'Lake''I'City attended the funeral of,' is sick. I enjoyed roie-.n: !: 's. .<; :
area by unanimous request of the: II Sunday. H B Crosby Tuesday }fr:;. T X Norman "eMis" I R,
Hankins, nationally All Methodist Churches the I special awards to schools having I II ; afternoon. i, and Mr F.Wl'r. s. I't t sir! "
Joe Henry 28 1 churches that cooperated in ) The Jan :22: S Sapp were joint hostesses ., Ruby Utc,
evangelist, will preach Florida| inference will Participate: 'I the largest percentage of enrollment Chin h School begins at at
known, II meetings for one week last Mr and Mrs alas bridal shn vv, last
morning at the First ltlBaptist :mi L lilted E'angelstic1ission: year present. t,9:45 i : "' nth a class for every age Lewis and r Saturday nishthmonnsf -
Sunday Hankins 17-1 I at which he was the speaker. !I ', The, ilau;;hti i. Poi "th> ,"i JaxUsonvrtk' Mrs Jimniie! Crobtllo. l"olt Xx*' """|1\ "V I \I ..
of Starke. Dr. : during| | the week of February I Special night and special pro. : group and Inter '' '
the Local pastors and churchmen are j Iagrt't'd I I'i: iiiedwtt. spent Sundax wit'i :Mr and Mrs former Helen Birrv \ ,". :' .
who will be heard nightly at I 121. under the direction of BishopRoy grams!" are featured all through th Methodist Youth F llowill _
that the coming of Dr.! This community \ .. '
Park of the Palms in a Revival, H. Shot t. Resident Bishop of : campaign. Friday night, Feb. 8. i> -lIp"! \\ have; a "Latin AiniicanStippt E J Lewi.- :sympathize f.d .-. '. ... I h.\
Hankins brings to this with ti: > W u.M kRat', :, :I. .
area anopportunity E family ,
J Haze.i; of Plant Cltas 01' ; ,
appearJ J ;
been \
has ;
will begin the meeting by ,! the Jacksonville Area. Approximately I hear designated Starke Nigliti I. t at 6 p m in the !if ;t'a.tlnllJ Pine Li\e'' ,, .
11 lo i
to a man whose ne-t of h1t'ath.. (I W in "I'I lh.r I /Inv! \ I
at the First Baptist: church.jhere ) : :3f ministers\ from over I i I i All residents of Starke In attendance buil'lmp i Hazen '. .. .
ing by '
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equal may never again come to. i- 1::: i LI\ night!
Those who remember last 1 J21 different states will be brought will be counted and it-cog- \t 'he i: Wednesday
: this community. He is rated by;' SllllddV torn;; V1CC 1 1':' '- l 11L 1 S L \\t",- iii i-
ytars Cervices anticipate a great The I, to Jacksonville on February 13 for |leading editors in the Christian ; nized. held! a7.30: p m Mi :Mt< h.will!\ I Mis ]lai-}' Fisher ".f On; P r.iiv <'''. :' i'' ..: -;: \ .,: i !' ,
packed house this Sunday. : a period of training along with the World as one of the two greatestliving Dr Hankm- will ;,p'ak at thmorning -pe.tk on the Missionary Challenge Springs was Monday' I: -,'l'n"lgUt'st 1,,,.. -' ..; ': I"

adult choir will sing, directed by I 135ft( Florida :Ministers participating ] preachers.The I Worship Service in tht Special<< nniMc will ?!:furnished by of Mrs. Jettye H.I:1:iMr : :-- :, ," I. 11'
Mrs Mona Canova, with :MisS in the Mission. Each :Metho- Singing First Baptist Church in Starke: j th. Youth Choir Following tin and Mrs. Dave Gall y an '! --
Basingeis of Parkersburg
Julia Lawson will be at heard the organ again Sun Dr. j I d/t Church in Florida will have ? W. Va. will be the featured I this Sunday. On the following I et'lIIng.t'I''Il. ., their will\ be a children e fof Palatka \\.ie \\-ek< n -\) H\f- >r --\ ...._.. t....J 07-.!:"_'.,.,:.:,...;.-'X-u; :,,-, ____-_-_-'-._-.._-. ___' _">
Hankins guest pastor! as the evangelist ando Sunday morning he will be heard I Fellowship Hmi tm all young guest of Mr anj i :Ills N ( ;
day afternoon at 2-'M:: at Park of als to direct the Visitation musicians throughout the I at the morning service of the First I! p"."f'ii In; t 11 i ieati"ii hal'!: Stnke

the Palm the Rev. Lewis I' Evangelisticprogram to be part entire two weeks' series They I Methodist Church m Starke The i I I Mr and Mrs Ft. i t 1Vt Idr.m! .-; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke
will conduct
the ,
Sunday evening of the congregational jBasiiigei-i will conduct II ,
major emphasis.The I a four-day 'I
at the church music and : I Presbyterian ChurchI Wildwood spent the ueekenti \\ t U'h..r _ _
Haiues will preach Mission will begin with present special number I j children s meeting irom Feb. 4 tc.1 - - - - -_ _ - -
bringing the message "BurnedOut Mass Youth Rallies in every disttict each evening at5.. as well as 8. immediately after school! in tht I I I :-: \ S. pool at 9:4ri: ;:;. parent. Mr ant I MsC S Re\ l.fv\is: I 1)). i lluint.... P.i.,teirJefferson

Bearing*", a message on the i in Florida. The Gainesville at the Sunday afternoon services. First Baptist Chuicli.! ] Starke. I I lendsiup. Class 10 a.m. i KellvMr ii.; Court :Slrct-ts;( In The Heart (Of 1"011
Holy' Spirit. The Youth Choir They come here from Canada They will also be heard 11 n.111.Inming': service COI1dll' ; and Mrs Art lu- S'.ikes; of
District tinFirst
Rally. which includesStarke.
and the : Office :2lI!:\ I I'a torium HO: )
will bring special music where they have concluded a citywide Methodist Church ted by Rev. L. A. Shepherd. Dukes attended church\ at Rock I ,
La+vtey, Lake Butler at t tlu ------------------------ ----------------- -
piano-organ-duo will lead the con \I i Waldo, and Hampton will be held' engagement that I was orig- evening service on Sunday, F. \\i 'U.uth Fellowship! Sunday evening : Sunday and were dinner quests !
gregational singing directed by' finally scheduled for three weeks.TIIKKKsxV 10. ; :.it 7; l I'm. : of Mrs. Doshia Pr- s< of't Hear Joe henry lIanl.insunda:; >' at i 11:00: ) )
in the First Methodist Church ofj!I I I
the Pastor School meets at 9:45: Gainesville, Feb. 16, at 5:30: p.m. 1 Mr. and Mrs 01' Hi-y r>' Evening: message "Hurned Out l earin/!s"
Sunday of Dr. \V. j i The Starke Methodist Youth Fel : : |I Christian Church I i iI = turned Tuesday fr"m: Apopka ------------------------------------------ -
J under Woodham the supervision Jr. with departments(' lowship choir will furnish special! ( IIHI:'fI.\\: <'Ht'h'll BROOKER where they had bee- ))1.1'1"\/1
j music the | We Sunday School 9:1.: ':; A.M. Training 'nions, h'l."t. ; P.MMliEiKSERM .
and classes for all ages. Training at Rally. :Mrs. T. C. Hear the sermon Thursday night .t i extend .1 wele-ome lei all :
Unions meet 6:15: directed by J,!' Mitchell, of Starke, District Director at the Christian church "\\'h\. ...services; at the Fust Christian ,, Mis, K. J. Lewis MI-: Rosa Pinion; .'. ml Mr: : ('i: WKDNKSDAY. 70::? p.",
Church'! of Youth .I C Harrell att-n-i. d i 'il.' HmrSihool
for training in Work will) preside I:
T. Lawson, Chuieh.
Are You Not A Christian"" Hible) School
membership. at the Rally. I I 10 begins at ... Graduatimi K\f: : is,, u \ ISIT TilE; l'I1l'Ul'I1 \\ mi THE 1111'11'.1; TOI!
Young People will meet at 6:45 a.m. under the leadership of \ti.erll.itu .m. h"er .
extended!, Local Jacksonville Thur.sil.uiMiiu
A cordial invitation is committees in charge of !I -- -- -. .. -
to all to worship at the services I that planning and promotion for the and make plans for the youth rally C. W. Colson.superintendent.. A MUM hate oii> h\lI.1! was-' G.V Hazen left l-i ..|lay -q- - : .:__::. :=- ':': -- ::::

the First Baptist of Starke, and tarke participation in the Evan- to be held in Staike church on Morning worship -I a.in. Lord's'!' I',.{';iron: at' tin' Coni.uiinitv Center, Center Hill to spend a\\!' d.! ', -. - .- -. .. -- --- .. .. .
I' ': 11 :' : !m honor "f MrNellie: -- --. .. .. ..".
to attend the Revival at the Park.: gl'litlcIision: are as follows: Feb. 7. Make a special effort to Supper llir: a m. fur all ChI IS- I with Mr. and Mr. H. S. Hazep. - -- -- --- q -- -- - -
I : ,
Inight Cliei.; Coin a Jt.It'n' hum i Host t'1
of Palms. Keystone Heights. each 11!I! Spiritual Preparation Commit. tians. The Mr. and Mrs. H H. '
be at the preaching services thisThursday morning message will I ebe IS't.S1'1.., :Ml'' : Blount an Sundayil(' / ; / U
at 7:45.: i : \\'. B Sewell, Chairman, Tlarkt'Y. Mrs Bert Fletcher of Tallaha.s-..,
I!I, teM night at 7::30. brought at 11:30.: Evening; MisK: : j LewiMl-. :MattitSow '
: J H. Ritch, :\11'3.'E." IIJ,1I1.toll '' :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Armstrojis ,,'
Homer Swindall. :Minister services begin at 6:30 with : "ell and Mrs Eoris ;
Keystone Heights Struth., Mrs. A. Woodliss: Kate I! Endeavor. Evangelistic Christian -- i j I II."s Gone; ... \\eie enjoyed and prizewere Kelly'." Crosby Port St. and Joe, Mr MrJohnson and Mrs 1 L P
Baptist Church Public Services Comml1tt'f'.j i I St. Edward's Catholic at 7:30: p.m. I i.: won by : frs. M. F. Haz e n were some of the 0111of
I and1ts< Finest
I Edwaids
The monthly meeting of the \\' H. N'ollman. Chairman. Mrs.! E. K. Rev. Richard Lyons, pastor. I The North Florida Youna People ;f received Thfbiielf town relatives attending the

M S was held at the churchThursda Pei ryman,, T. T. Long E.: I+. Satthews i j i Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m.i of Christian Churches will meet 1 1I llseltil gilts R..ft'c"u'H'nts many; lovely of and funeral Tuesday, of II. B. Crosby ( Sinnor'
Albert Lee, John A. Torode I i I Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. I for apple 7Dtli 1lirtli
)'. Jan. 21 with the president : ;I a rally at the First Christian I I' pie and! coffee were sfivedOut +lay Dinners f
Mrs. E. T. Davis, presiding. I j I Mrs L. D Vinil\ T. G. :Mitchell Confessions Saturday 7:30: to Church in Starke, Thur I: of town .\ birthday dinner was given lrilllJl' tin of tin
J Tommy Slade. 8:30: P.)! I.Children's. day Feb IC 1 pies- included. Mr inj topic pastors; ,';rmott at tht :
Mrs Hazel Buck gave the openingprayer 7. at 7:30: p.m. All youth urged to C(:'Ii. stir Andiew.s ot New Rive! ,. honoi of }frs. Ida W<'eks at her ,
T. H. Slade is the chairman of Catechism Classes. .
and Mrs. Beasley gave : ;' ..1.,. LOI'a'hllt'n anti : bon c in Santa Fe by her i'hll.tlr.'n .
After the: t the Visitation; Evangelism Committee Wednesday, 4:00: P.M.: attend. A great night is being MrPearl
Scripture c Cain of Lake Butler. Mr- P. D and friends Sundae Dinner FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
business session the Royal ServIce The general committee in planned. See that jour young |Reddish I Mrs. Will : was spread on a :able in
with' charge of the entire l't :'\nSTl.1I01.ltsSClIlltCII; : : Andrew:;. MrsM
Program was presented campaign i is people are present Prayer meeting the
: yard where all iijoyrd
F. Hazen .1
V. V. Hazeii all HOP (,1\ r. Pastor
Mrs. F. D. Gant giving the headed:' by JutlgF.. K. Perryman : at 7:30:: p.m. each Wednesday of SI.I rkt'. bountiful feast. Mrs Weekreceiv(
votional. A covered dish luncheon! chairman of Member-hip: and Sunday School 10 a.m. Study this week will he the 14th
ed many lovely and u- tiil gifts Uihle :School; )10 A.M. Don Hill{ Superintendent
served. I Evangelism Committee :Morning Service 11 a.m. Chapter of First ('otulthia J mtt'S-HI"n t 11'11
was its.Don't Those attt'ndingfrom ii'ie were I! IJ.T.l' at (iJO. :; P.M. Otto Hicks Sr. Dim-tot
Mrs. Basinger will Evening Service 7:30 p.m. forget to M. and Mrs.
Mr. and Inor pial"i' our ievival David L'entoii of :Mi and Mrs W. H. Harrell. Mr-"J
be guest singers at the morning HITY' FSTFRBEUOKThc Prayer :Meetings Wednesdaji which begins Feb/ IS with Santa Fe announce the marriage Beulah Harrell. Air and Mrs M Otr ( 11 MORE; .NEEDED than those present in Itihle
worship service, Sept. 3. Fountain, Penith a point forevery night 7:15: l: p.m. Saturday nigh7:4i al\.J: \ White of Tampa as the o1! I ilnij' eallght..r.! Rosa
Mae. : Harrell and family Rev Earl \\'11.j ('hoollast Sunda to Miss Ora Elizabeth Gray, mis- ore $2 complete Bradford I[ ; : : p.m. evangelist. Mil' .J"n"" ; Min of Mr Mild ".
R. )lis j and help
family.fis Annette (Cr- us: };
sionary, will be guest speaker at County Telegraph | -II. Gorsira, PastoryycyfyYYTYYVYYYVYYYYYYY /Howei Sw':.n.l.ill.! M !ishi111t'VtVYVVttttylttttly: i' I .Ion's/ 01 i HiooK' r t tat .
the church Sunday evening, Sept. J.uniaiy 19 and Rand Crews :. :.' :. .: ---- : -. =" =:: ;= ;: ;
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f 3. She is a native of South Carolina T VWWWWWWWWVVVWWWVVWWWWVTT1. . , . ,' .. 'r..yyyyWww.. . . .. .. ..TTTTTTTTTTT""T__________. ...T..T.'Y.'f'T..TT.'Y'Y'Y.'f''Y'YT'Y'f''Y..TT.'YT.T'f'T'YT.--0 'Y.'Y.'Y.T.TT..T'Y..TTT

and was a missionary to China

until compelled to evacuate. After' _
a period of service in the Army,
'orps of Nurses she returned to' :: .

the States going back to China

in 1916. She is now on furlough.'I imAR and SEE

Dr Joe Henry Hankins, noted
t' ;an e1ist. will be guest pastor ad I

.the Church on Sunday. Feb. 3, at I
.:30 p.m I

At The TabernacleThe I W

1 series of Bible :Messages i) }

with Di 1 John McNeill came to a Ire Joe fIankinsOne
. close at the Tabernacle Sunday Henry

night with a vivid interpretation'J

of the beautiful oil painting. "The

Feast of Belshazzar". I of the World's Greatest
Tuesday evening the service was Evangelists
in charge of Charles E Gremmels I


Saturday night and Sunday, Feb.
2-3.: the pulpit will be occupied by

Rt'Joseph T. Larson of Denver., I IColo. .

He is well known as a railroad "The Singing .

evangelist having organized Basingers"EMILY
groups of railroad men in ChrisTian i
work throughout the 'I

I their The musical Loveladys instruments, their !son are and ex- i i 700 INER AND TONY

petted soon and will be guests of''

the St.Tabernacle Mark's for EpiscopalRt a few days ,i I ComlortableFEBRUARY 3 TO 17 --- 15 BIG DAYS

Rev Hamilton West. Bishop ,
I Ooajutor of Florida conducted the At

regular service at St. Mark's Sunday .
He delivered an impressive i Auditorium

sermon OH:\ the great:: need of "lUnO'nt' i 1

to study the ministry in the P ARK OF THE PALMS

step Episcopal requirements t<< hurch of and such gave men the to Opera

achieve the final position of priest

The churches and missions of theDiocese i (Near Keystone Heights)
1 I Seminaries received continually clergy from and the athey I Seats I Interdenominational Scope

receive so must give of their
young men to replace them. I

After the services a delicious
I veered! dish luncheon was servedl
26 Churches
hy l the Auxiliary in the parish Are Cooperating

i houst. w here Bishop West and the
tiMigregatton were joined by Vet


of Christ

Comer 10th and McMahon

P Bible I'n'al'hlng11 M. School 10 A.A.M.;M.and 7: "I I SERVICES EACH NIGHT AT 7:45: Organ r' :. ,

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. I ( Except Sundays ) .'
Everyone welcome.

Church of God Sunday Services 2:30 O'clock Massed j

.... Choir
Sth iSt Clair Sta - ..,

Sunday School If a.m. ROOMS AND MEALS AVAILABLE Special/ -
Sunday Morning Worship 11 ajn j

Sunday Evening Service 7:30; pm
For Those Who Music
Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p. n Plan

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: pr ,.
To Come From A Distance at It Itn

niriiru: or JI- 't'. CHKI
01' LATTFj: HAY SAINTS: Each f A '
I _
I Sunday Masonic Temple School 'every Call Street.Sunday Bible Study By Dr. Hankins Every Morning At 9:00 (except Sunday) Service I '. .' :t..

morning 10 a. m. Sacrament: Serv- I Irl ,,

ues 6:30: p. m. A cordial invitation ,
u extended to alL AA AA AAAA A A A A A 444444A444444 4A4AA4 "A'444 L. ...u. ._ .l


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,.... '(45 ,- arr..,ted by Lawtey : TO ..
__ b. '. -t ( Boys Report 1 rrE R .n .t>" 1'N. ff. \1"
t. .t .
> T':3': '. Bradford
fi 'D D @ ii@ ... < upper ,. _
11 For Spring Football .ry. .
t : .
All nit tlpants of \ .t't ,
+....... ..;<.."'<'t'J'L ";: Mf''''''' #>' ,.J>. ,........."" ",. .' : i I : .I.r:' ... ,
; :; Practice At BHSSpins : /te injured some .. ._ I. 1 .
; The March of Polio is iJiTPACN6THE .1 J 1X \
I 1 -' I-- the !' .t ; : : U.a'
FOR RENT -Small furnished house ATTRACTIVE newly dune -. '.p- football practice got under j .- nft.:: Fabeth ( 1 |I. :. ..til!. wIi.Il; hI' tak.
niched mni ir r>> : rt\ : .
jf.SO per w- -k. including water apai : : i F ? 'I >., laThi" ,
and t'1..ctr..It l )' I*.ne Palm Trail par/men s .e {ors .. f' |I .! tray at BHS Tuesday after' <1en p. a y Ann f ,n. .. .
Farmers Market mun'h A J '1"! 'i, M -. Ji : ,. .
er Park opposite| per //loon alter being delayed on Mon- MARCH OF DIMES yr Hn'.t'.t" 'I 1 \ .1 ; .
)tVFOI Agent 4t Jill"FOI ; ., _"indy".j i 1. _. '.'
taro. A record num : stud! .Chester .
:|, day b\. : nrhlr..n. .
The i .upp
: SALK--1547 4-door 'hevrolet, : IlKN'l:: .:' i an .. rn...1-.1i I her of 4ri boys reported out. I t h->r relief has
A-l condition gnsl! tire.. JH95; "n a..a"I1.| nt F"-s i .1!.:. .'J.! s, .. in the aloe na
I'hone liT Coach Hobbs is conducting the i '.';.1'; r, ,' ,
116 Jefferson St in )liiiritimi' Als.i thri.' i "" ti and at s > and i \11 are r,
uhK 2 1 bath itt-ie- Hntir' *.Iv. i. il.ioiated practices, which are slated to continue : !p'.iraiu I : : .- .' .p\. :.f % ',ur an
101 W Madis.m. tf '. p'.i II'!
for three weeks. Hf is assisted
:V >TH'I>-Ju-t to .n. nuragr growIng IH 1 FasTI i
I more thorough l-i'. l l'unn' .!. r- KOH 1P.XT-Twf'l .".-r..r.m fnrnishfil.iiai by his senior squad men
-y hojjx in my "'"untv. I will | '.tmentsi.mfi.rt.tl.l!*- Wds.V..itf I "u i i t1.un PPII with
offer for sale at r...r-rrua.l.| i I"i i< .' >. .'ia... iK.itnr foIN.tri" rangel.iiK I bers. v ii.$2 '
.: lit-auliful KiUv ..111'lI.a'I'1: i |p.rh. and l.iwn $4"-$4S At A lot of new laces aie out. (ry
limit mat.- Juit1 w... ning, u.iRiit( < 'all l.iulK. i E St.uktake I l ( ":mtv' "
aiuund 60 Hid S,... l.i-i>nardMfturr \1. ft Ki.-ul.il i-...t.1 I1, mil < to ing for a coveted position wheni 1
atubr..-v, M>.i.ri"'s farm, hmis,, With sifn at sat. Mrar *. i the sets.m starts next faIl -- A MAYTAGTHE '
-as' nf IDWII on old islanding < W\nn, lio: ..Ksde; Apt s. tf
road. 8 II' J Coach Hobbs hopes: to get across r f

APAKTMKXT FOR PEST partially to his chargethe art of block 1I 13g. ;
X II: J.I.-J."ur room h-m1", run. fiirni...htii.! Krazehmisi' 1,..hin 1 ning water and liRhts. Fn.- a< i I'.ipn-t. Chnreh $2"i: mIl .\ J I' ing ;and tackling. timing of plays. i aI
old timli'-r t'a"l..f SuiK. :"- Tlu.inas Jr Administrator. tf ett I i oil rt\ \ "" i nays
mils on lit 1. Owner Hurk Kllington. : I "' ''-I TAG CHIEFTAIN .
lIp: :'J/S: 5I.VOKR SE1VI%(: Iadlfn" (".'111- r J ,,',, I ....
-- A Prlll'j
pan)'. Lake f'ltv, Fl.i. Ph' nr' VM>. .
Kill SAI.K-.OinHhghtly Uf-rd will | Graduates Saturday 'ft. I .
;;*-pair your ni.K'lunf in tiptop I d't'r.1! :
l.aunlr'allutomal io- \vaslin onr ,...,,,lIt.n.: Ma't.iM.W.: .
< ;vrom. fuHriidiv: Automatic il*. ,>"1\' ::"II'J'nn" Suit;. put. :.From University I '' .
w.i'-htr. also used elrilinnfilK- ,
I tliC -' 'I .u! U ill p" k! '01'| I ll'ldihf ,
'I." "" -it Smith'sOraif: .- I rv -."iu.- nioii([ y'| ,. ,;I. Home
2tchgl N..u SnleS ] 'r tii.u, I linn" .n-r .. ... :- :MisOna Deniorest of StarkeI Appliant
:aLL. ..ii i "I.i i ,il.l.. t. 11"i' i VM ill!! ititne her BAE degree at I I I 1 .
5.11.E:5M: WAXTKO RiliaMr I March of Dimes incurred $5,000,000 debt t ouit) \ MudisMi, -
man tn smTi-rd J. Ii Schmidt a* i iniicltnm graduation exercise I 'I
i'..ab.r in IJrailfonl f'.mntv I'.ftOfimili.s .. vyvyyvvvyyyyvvyyyvvyvyvvIM.ITTHESSES Saturday night at 8 o'clock in the ; aiding 67,800 Polio patients in 1951. This 1 '- --
nol'n. I
lxl'f'rr..n"f' -< < nut
| to in- I IUI' I'liivt-r.sitj' ot Florida g mnasium. included carried from I i .. iii. (01 \ ii.
H.irv Vin opportunity atop 45,000 cases over \ "i.l.i ,
t.. <.lil l.rnfital.l.> hu.iness uhi<- ALL KIISitENOVATEI Friend will be interested to know < 'nil- in II'"I: i'! 01.i I
Kiwlciiili:: Products hav' been si.Id! previous years. :' I lir...l.x .,ini"ui... and
) : that Miss Demorest has accepteda ., private Savings
for 10 years G owl\ profitfor .uidi.l.it f, ? .. ]I. ,
hustler Nearly ealr 'ham- J : teaching position in Jacksonville I mg II.." '."1'.1"' 'I'I.r' .l.'L'K'
$"..Oftft Pi'.tfiirnilieil J !. .
l.crlinilllnK and assumed her duties thf'rl'Iollelay. 111 slay| f I 19': :. .uul, !,' '
on Tdii. \Vrltf Rawletch's Co grLi: Despite yearly Increases in March of Dimes receipts' the rising tide of rid' .Iglpui! | | | ,- Ii.-I, ,i.t i, true measure of the
2TH-162: M -mphis. .
IVpt FA \ : | .
'II" -I"I. tll.ll II ,
polio has forced the National Foundation into debt each of the last .1"| ,,
5'lr.TOP. .. "
Tenn. 51 p i 'ill l.trun ,
.... i t..1' !
t ,
.. I The financial ,
Other from i here i who will receive four years. The debt in 1951 was approximately $5,000,000. 'ntt add ..
SAI.K Metal p,,ultry house FIT RN ITURERrttphltered i degrees Saturday are: crisis faced by the March of Dimes has been brought about not n".,. II h.,.tii.p.!III 'I' ''"'pl p.' ,' of our NationTo
with wood frame22. :: x :.ft al-I :2 Charles Ernest Knight ESBA: only by increased incidence but also by increased costs and increased It '"1 .. 1.1' '". I''' .
Army ramp |> ulti>' Imur2rt: X and 'I numbers of carry-over cases requiring aid 'long after they have been V"Us t '
50;; 'Three !5-drrk poultry l> .ilterien Brine E. Mathcws. BEE: Ernes ,
K K:
in !
1200-esK: oiiuai-iiv: un'uhator ICefinishedHASTINGS stricken. The March of Dimes aided 45,000 such cases year
like new "8 nllt"lIIatltff'.d..r' tine B McUae. BAE: and Donalc addition to the four out of fiv' new patients needing aid in 1951. NIMICi: 01- I '' produce Untmd lu-t-d i
Market ;MATTRESS: co. is
UaWHon Henry Parker. MA
K Lawwm at ItIrlsll:1t: : '
ifrlllT x.., ,, ., : \
Box: 230 I'alatka, Fla. Carl Melvin Mines of Brookerwill l-o hit'-Iq. gi\ which the
American ,
from the auto mechanics il" I i-n I : 'il t. mid, p tip i e emitII! '\ t"11111d. .
I I |
FOR SALK-a horsepower, JohnsonOutboard A A A A A A A A A AA AA A AAAA A A AA AA tee.ive a BSA. James Mihael Rites TuesdayFor 1) graduated I 'hapl.-r: 2'I.i'C' :; Laws '
motor II ft plywoodl.o.it at Fort Jackson S "I f
course fell will
tilting Arlior t'rafts- ( Barwick of Hampton will .. rrgt lcr It has made us the greatt'r t !< : .vali: r
inch FOIl Tin: ll'r: ;iT-MI.\IKI: : > r.rid.- W. F. Barefoot nill'lIlployed at thestale f II"- ( 'in'lilt ('..III"(
C. and
man tablesaw.. is( inch Draftsmanic -tu. nngravdfdiUiig Invitations rp'i\ a BSP fradb.. ,I 1''lIn' '. "
.: saw Craftsman Wood'turn- on fin r.igni! pap- ing lathe complete. Craftm.inLand \ only $1.9 r.radfonl i''Uii'\ Adding Machines and Portable Wad.' Franklin Barefoot. 67. 1100, ''h. .". IiI "
haw ANo I 6 horsepowerWizard Telegraph tfsiuvii I At this time there are no additional (>.--.".' / '
Outboard motor, practically I Tjpr" titers sold on time.-Krad- brothei) of V M Barefoot of funds:: available for sending j I .,iii. 1110': .".V'r'l'J I '. ing the envy of the rest: t It It( i' '.- iH.iLet's
new 'all !273-J: Kay Maprl2tp: Starke. died Sunday in a Lake I'Im itI. 311, .
:2 ,: n.\s KKFIIICKK\TI.K.-\ : .1I : \ ford County Telt'gr.iph.ATIENTION. personnel to service schools, but .i uul SII I! I:
I "
0 U n "I
n"I'III.rl il .it 42'I'1: n illness
} purr City hospital after a lengthy -
I .. .'. ,. the Chief of the National I' .,1.1 ..
d! I.> -Jfll at $1T'< y" .u 't according to rh.I :I .1 .Ia
I .. He was a native of Greenville X 'I' guard and ,
I l I. .it tills one Sl.nl. <:.i- i Guard Bureau funds are expected 'I. /.. protect! "1i. I'lt.-
: X C. and had l resided at 1 '' REWARD to available within tlunext '
1 RADIOS REPAIRED Sander-on for the past 46 years. few months. I 1 one of our priceless frt't"dOth..

KOK INFOIIMATIOX: .\IIlal.... Ml Mo.lrUllmMunjihlr Besides his widow Mrs. Pennie ,
i-hnrtcrM Kiinraiitrr ) Recent promotion... in the I
Barefoot he survived four Ii
is by
.. '. i
('II t' ( MliiMliitll:
leading to rwo\ery of Female 701V.. (nil !si. "lurkr I'h. :.: 9 I 1 daughters four "isters: and hu II were Cpl. G. \V. TVston and i W A
If You Have this Hank
dog. L arge Mack and \\hote 'brother Mr Barefoot. Cpl. Billy Dansby to the rank Champion of Liberties
WEDDING AND P.IRTHDAT (' \hES$3 : of Sergeant
Funeral services held at I
spotted Brest Dane. \\'t. around up. Oril..r* taken at I>nhni -r's FINE OR CYPRESS : were ,
GIft Shoppe. Phone 6J. tf 3 o'dock Tuesday afternoon in I Ir ion Io.r n rug.
120 Ihs.nsers 'to name of"Rabe" Inn, I Krl .,,,,
i the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- Six Are InjuredIn I ?
1"01 i: SAI.K Ki\< i".>in 1'"IIIt'I'I HIT
ter Day Saints Sander Interment -
in I
(MM' .h.d| 11011I.nod) ll.uk Call Florida BANK AT STARKE
porch, t\\i i ,ti. u.n.it-: '; si.r.it<' I Iliuiisf Large or Small Tracts i was in South PronCemeterv Accident
Call No. 6 or ;: I-J
I Pier
:In.1 1 f.ih iil-in bark yald.l j 1.1'.1 n"... l !
"Phonej.: K.ix: M.UI.-I\ :!'IP I' 'I I II I i Near Lawtey 1: ( 1'1.1..1' 1l on(Ii
Mrs. Joe Arnold l I We Buy All ,
FI'I|: KKXTT. .MitliK; s nn l.tk.l i National Guard i Jesse Lee :Smart:; of Law'leyill], I Ph. (;iaini'sxillo :{:{ {() ( federal Deposit) Insnume ( IIrpural lUll
1'IIII1.h. .1' n unrnrne.hrd' all Im'l| 'I l
l-'l/K > -\I.I'-Itoll: : Cltt'\ low inilfatcf or will trade furl' :;::112:0.: up1Foil I. On Recruit Drive charges of driving while intoxicated t :I:
late iniMlrl .'.u I '... II E i: < >.tu ....iii.I.twtry. ,I O I
Up ;i BALI: -> '..I.! I'l.inl.i" IUd. K. rtiIiz. I Until) Feb. 15 and leaving scene of ar
I I .'r l'i.Inlolll"I i.. ;.il-" .ajar-. -| cident as the result ot .1 aiiin
"n.\TOI\VOKK: Iii .:xi E: \i.li.imhniu, I Ian.1 j p.Ills and' ,, \llil\ ..I' girlrnud' ) Write or Call I -
truck collision\ -
.. .. Tht' Florida\ National! ;hard iia injuringix peopl-!
\\ \\-l
diinc l III' II u. :\11Iuult.1; i fn-lil set-ils .11 I 'siteSI! .I .ttark. t f tf: UPI >' 8P *isa?>
Itox 1J5! Tjtwt .v. Fl.i_H|iWANTKI ..f( $ .- Si pool mi L.ik. SI II i iKOI launched 1 a recruiting drive for near Lawtey Friday night

I"-filial! form' ..i .i. I.Igv. on i| I Ito B.T.THOMASLUMBER ;0ti m..n between Jan 1": and Feb I According 10 Highway Patrolman FEED SEED & FERTILIZER STORE
highway, high :nul tal.' pro .-. I....:iii..n |l T'ad..r -..IIIJ.I.*t** with )11 I nn li I
State Adjutant General, has announced tigated the accident. SniHrt tim-k II
and describe. Private ili.sks ins'h plow andiiln.ii..i"-
party l'aII': |
HI.( \\ rile I:..\ >.:.-II, .\1-.. w hf i-l trail-) .'..ill'T '.-.1 I CO. that enlisted :strengths: I going south on U. S. 301 just! I: {fill
VI lark"1 Also Handle
nil lIA".1 2tpt.I nUTaSllppil'''
PHONE 211 .J now j is only 4S per cent of that north of Lawtey swerved, to th- '

Foil S.11.1':, -'Niceaddl] IIlId| |bath i Fit I: '" \ 1.1'.I' I I. .' "I P. 0. Box 735 authorized and that the Guard wrong side of the road <<< ollidmj:
"a '
altrl 1 or trails fur laying( ,p.niln" \ : -'. II. '. with '31 hin,ton St. Near; S.X.I. Depot I- ormer Location of
a '
has drum bLo!
funds to 6')
\ (
l'llt- i.r w hal h.-m vunV U I: 01 I l I t ttS \ STARKE, FLA. support up percent
"lIar. harries and Ira.fiisnn .. t Officer strength is *\0 percent Box of Sparr. The flux auto oval' Marke llfddtnu 1'u.
jH.\ln>. Itt. 1, law !
try 'Up knocked into the ditch
- III't that authorized. on tn.left t
I I The I.Hal side of the road and mart tailed
unit, Hq & Hq Cu ?
-' !I' 'll Itiiuitt\I : is participating ing I to stop until li- r in unto the railing A. D. CROSBY

: of a bnd.u the north ut\
i. rtiiirul! : has had six men ti'Mistin

.. the campaign began limits of Lawt..y I'h"r he \\ .1'

Th. \ die R H Starling B L i I -
<'i'<>sbL Brewer. R. \,. Williams ,, --- -

IT IS UNLAWFULFor '\' O Dud.!. and O H A spurn ill ,


Several non commission.-, i >' Or/vel/fhe
; fivers whose enlistments h.i'X

'| pired have re-enlisted rt'I'I! 'ly !
i They are John L Alvarez trl T .

Any Person or Persons to Engage in I\ Griffis.Edwards. G. \V T,'-tol1. i-i': C K: i

1 All member- the c..nITII: : i. I o ODD

lions section attended a -. r.\1.' I
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
j conducted by Third Army p-r- n-

': nel at the Duval County a-m'rY.

: last Monday night The l I.-t

The Name Is Registered '1 I methods of communication nnl. THE GREATEST CAR EVER BUILT
many new types of radios. '. ';*

i(' phones were demonstrated and wire-phot, eijuip-..-u' /n the low-prise ffefi/J '

i Lt. Futch. Sgt. Hut) St

Dan'by. Sgt. Schaefer .l-I 1 1':, 41Pa0Am, ,

Underhill from the ti-mr:T:' .i

tion platoon will atten 1 i '- ir:

Read This Florida Law 1 tenanc- school conduct i b' --4

1! ular Army personnel a- r( i-j I

I Blanding this weekend

"It hall he unlawful for any person or perHtns, as defined herein to Sgt. 1-c Rodney P Hail: itt!:,i pt I ,,,

engage: in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein destined 1 George A. Winkler are irteuir'4! :
a radio school aF.. rB ''. i LrJ
repair > -
without and unless said fictitious name :shall" be registered with the
ning. Ga. The school! P'- -: 11 :.-
clerk of the circuit court of the countyhere the principal place of businessis from Jan. 4 to lay 12

with registration shall consist, of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit Cpl Vernir K Tl.oru' .-.. :: I

signed: by all interested persons stating under oath the names of

all those: interested in the business enterprise. the extent of the intervtof W. C. T. U.

each and the fictitious name under which said business is carried ) I '

on. Said registration: may not be made until the person; or persons desiringto NUT't TlW\OUT(, OF DRINK THE IRIK IIKAI)<; : lee the BIG I LJ1W? (i n]

emate; in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or :MONEY OUT OF TilE POi KtTTFIJHWs

their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four : OUT OF Tilt: ('4)1T1Il ,
((1)I ) conMTUthe \ in !Mime newspaper as defined by law in the county 1501)V".

where said registration; ii is to be made, and said registration: shall not he ( l1.<
accepted In' the clerk of the circuit court except upon recwingproof of \M.\K\\' 19.V2: \ I

such publication.i .,........... or,.... "' 111.11 """]; !1. FRIDAY FEB. 1 I st

If you are engaged in business under any name I .file You ,, o' !

1 can pay more but you cainf-buy better /

other than your own, and have not had this name

for mortgage retirementfor :

properly advertised and registered, we will be debt your retirementfor retirement

)'sJmt' .4JJr. ,, j>: J

glad to give you all necessary Information as to 1'boneamhc' li 'n

what you should do.BRADFORD C. Carr Colley

116 S. Walnut! 't. Ph. : I



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