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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 15, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Sport Established In 1879



VOLUME SEVENTY-THREE ST.MIKE, FI.omn.FRIIH y, FEBRtRY l.J. 193 2
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HitThe ( r t= On Widening Map Plans For Getting Modern Telephone ExchangeInterest Is I Camp Blanding



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I Temple Avenue Santa Joining Fe SystemCitizens r : r. Doing A Fade-Out?



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Market : T Avenue it" S, 301>. tre nor them dii ea : I

Ra I, ,LTI Starke moves: i step neat County ate united: ', t '7 Concerning Status Of Rehabilitation HII >

4. 4 : realization this '\t-ek as the meeting in the Lan t' .- .
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: i e Road Department advertised house tonight I I iFtiit.r. -

r'I'1s i on the widening and pavj o'clock and learn how th- \ ::i'H'1
--, -- -.-. j rOject which is carried in tain modern telephone -, .1 imlii to be dike old .....lIldll- t ., 'Ig.

:epartment's 1952 budget at at a moderate cost. Ind .' i ding) !! to ittilt'e'rltay rmalit'i' !, K':' '> 'I I ,
Bland Sportswear began roll- <:JE:(). \\'. IIAKNKLL: newriniendent .!l:!.HO '
Sponsor u: r ,_ it''i( I u\. tluL.t S. -\1'111.\ Distru: t Ki "" '
irii? off the 'assembly line a' Big sii|> of Big Dad. The
following advertisement i i9 the Santa Fe I'
Telephop. < '-stituiile.] the whole has '
nf the : projec t 'uikt !. .. ffences \ '
here dis.ilajs one new
Dad Manufacturing Co plant sjxtrtshirts .1 n led in this issue of the Telegraph headquarters in Melr,,-' '
last week and George W Darnellnew that are nUtwill : profit mutual organist'will + t [leta'ni.esphert'[ with va goUt'IIl':" II !!" 't ..

superintendent of the factory, turned out in the compant'splant "Sealed bid will be received at eventually serve a Jmile ;, .. .MI. (fMi.u-ten/iiijr! all !feat'' : t t"Sill '1'

said yesterday that orders for the here.-I'olaoroid 1-niin- Tallahassee until 10:30: a.m. Feb. rural area Stl',.' 'II i ; I, 't t' ,l ,

eye-appealing sportshirts are pour I I ute !photo hj the Telegraph.the 25, on State Reddick ,, t I,' ,
Project. Job. No. | to north of Ll rtJe Child !loss!! t I. In i at! :'

ing in from all over the territol1"1 I I 2801-112. Bradford County, State j central exchange at M-1 end 'x ,c f Narrowly I e ". ('II' I'

Sportswear is a new State, sold him on moving his Road No. 200, in Starke on TempleAve. a branch exchange at \\ 1 Ire in the !t'l I i '! .' eiiavetl

Big Dad which, since its opening family here. He made a trip to ., from Call St. northeast ap alreadyin operation Escapes Death I t ii i \ I t mo.; ,

here last summer, has been busy I Lexington, N. C. to intl'r'ieD.I j proximately 0.317 I' l' \. I't.. ,., \ ,
mile. Work tc I The Santa Fe system was m.iiit aliii A !h.I' '" h"ld'itht' ,

turning out fast-selling work S. Siceloff president of Big Dad |I consist of grading paving, drainage possible by a loan oft't.OOO OFI'lllISO1 TilE SXNTV I'l : TKLKI'IIP.M: (0. 1. ,' pi jr-: Thr'-e-year-old Jenettie King thin >,, <' ,!j.", kiio-

clothes. Eighteen new girls are and landed the job of superintend-]; structures and incidental from the Rural Electrification above ,1-" they mnteired with Lawtej city offu'ials a' i meeting last had a close call about 3 o'clock sp-mkled 11'1 "II;,11. ,ihi

employed the new 50 dozen unit which ent of the Starke plant. items. A Certified check in the Administration in 1951. It way Friday muht Front row i left to right Dr. M B. Storer. presidentthe Wednesday afternoon when she sation \\ lit'" t die 1 efr.ij: i-,
will be turning out sport Mr. arnell has rented the Gay amount of $9,000 will i ran into the side of a moving .
be first in this to be the DlMn, Fngn: '
required. region constructed !
shirts day when full productionIs ; of the ,'ompany.Y.. C Shelton, engineer; E. E Edwards, commerciallepre.sentative. : 1'I.i I.
per
apartment on Madison St. and will Plans pick-up truck on U. S. 301 southof ,
provide for the wideningof under an REA loan, and i oration CiilH el'n" !'":, Ih.,1'\
reached. children. Second row Jl C. Kelly councilman: L. H. Futch city
wife three
his and Starke
1 move : Temple Avenue to an actual additional funds have been obtained Blanding proje t
Mr Darnell, the new superintendent Sandra Lee, 13. Paula 11, and pavement width of 64 feet (four' from the REA as the original I clerk..1' K Wall Jr., council chairman and D. B Thomas, city marshall Highway Patrolman Q A. Fil- Last October '

arrived here January 14 George Jr., to Starke within the 12-foot traffic lanes with an 8- territory to be served by Santa Fe I. lingim, who investigated the ac told the Telegraph! foist? .san the ''
from El Paso, Texas, where he had! next month. foot cident. said the child :' i
was
lane apparently
parking expanded.
I on each side, construction of liumdmu!
been with Hicks Hayward Co. He is high in praise of the "the Sidewalk, gutter and storm At a preliminary meeting held t '",; broke away from an older sister .
I sew begin JanuarY\ Fund i -'"
(maker of Rodeo Brand work girls" employed at Big Dad; says ers will run the full length of the I I I II in the Lawtey school house last Y -t. and ran across the highway and $5,i22OOO approf i'ion! u .' '?
clothes) for the past nine years they are quick to learn, and are project, from f ,, I i':to :a truck driven by Edward G
I Call St. to Friday night officials of the company ;
just I t. "expected to b \
Altogether, he has been in garment work clothes and .1; t't I ie.vixei I
now turning out north of the old Bradford Plastics showed a movie depicting the > teen: of Hampton. The child vembor "
t I
work for 25 .
years sport shirts that can hold their building beyond the city''I step by step procedure that must r is knocked down. but escaped I ,

Vacation trips to Florida and the own in a highly competitive marExchangeTeachers i limits. With the construction of I be: followed by any community in ,.__ ,_ _., t > 'h severe brm-es The driver In Novemli. r. Lh-I'd'' i
fact that he has close relatives i in I ket. gineers told r t..', IVIegiap'i" +
1 ::b' tnnk j
the obtaining an exchange + ; waheld blameless
----- new storm sewers_, all ,iitrh.00 ,, ...,,." Those attending
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"design not h sliouM be
: I
ion!Il t'by ;
will be closed afong this stretch. this meeting were enthusiastic
From Jan 1 and In-i- ,vill )tNilst'd > >
Germany The present width of pavinalong g'small, but the crowd was Military Rites shortlthe ,',i I' '1'1
Temple Ave due to the fact that the film

Think American Housewife Is Lucky :.11) ID, 60 feet ranged from was obtained on such sho" notice For J. VV. Carter In Janu.iix th' M.MI, ,, i

it was not possible to m---ise., Set For Sunday I liners .said th.i' pl.n::- and sj.; .

the meeting tions for ellrn-l.n oi 11., i

.I RegistrationOf The s road 111'.. I I'.K.i:! hng ,
meeting for t t"nL:: ; a- h'i'i:; of J..hn'Ilham spur v "L

< New Voters called for the purpose ot t -, t I .' a : who lost his life in Korea completed l h\ .t In! JJ ainl t i. i'

Now Under together a larger ttowd and! :n I' t J, l9-,1, arrived in Stark quests foi l IlId- -I ,Til /.:" i,

Way 'really "starting the ball to r rolling :, t-liii sday night He was the thereattei
i ,VT'IK: \. Mlh Itt II IIIVi ,
I ( '"'UIII *' registration The company officials I said I II -. !! ot Mr and Mrs Willie W Car Yestepl.t1! i in I 'leg,"q'
main open books will would be necessary to have from :NtM.i, !I. i mji.i. ', ,j'1, .1 r I i I' i_ n .. i 1:._ 'J! I. 1 tei of Riifir told that ,ilih"ii';, ': "I'Sign: >\ ,
throughIar..h:
b > ,,i ling to an ati '- 125 to 150 subscribers to warrant area, compiihingSdiiu, 2oOO square mlle 'i ,' -' 1'1 i !i''r| enlisted in the the railio.d! 'I's\ J.... "

its> by Albert announcement L yesl.iv an exchange in Lawtev A pre- telephone service 1 .. 'h.I, t year ago and 1 tomplete) n I'; ," I", ,I I I. "
Crosby. Jr..
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liminarv survey has indicated that I ,
buts
MIC-i visor of Registration u > n i:".i 1 ', .I''lnn after eight tog h.i\ )i. iade i'

\li! Crosby stales there are 6)') individuals within the 1 we-t anti south of Lawtey. ( that se 1 :.-. .nt ->-r'vn' funds h.i\ 1 i tel, ..

1 up to date has thai registra [Lawtev city limits who are interested Residence phones within one'ty' line t ,01'i l" 1 ... ro": I:, ; I Fun\i nl ctues! well be held in 'aslllllgl"I''

beenI'Y in telephone "I'Vj'e. it was j area for **..'" 'I' -', ,- <' '.... '
M; anti he urges all' nnle nf the p'IIl'han'p: win! t'lkp ** i' U'Uaifoi.l! Baptist Church on In tile t !loi'+ II!l. 1 I' II '
person. said. "Ii nut that onlv the tho"e! f th-
ivm have not registered base tale ot $2,50 tor a 1-party ( Sunday, Feb 17. at 2 p.in. The IIOUIH"I'll that Itli gll a1: v
to dr Company officials said that anagreement : I person whose number is ,:ailednflorfr !
It t the I local 1 American Legion Post will i 000> i.it feet ,
earliest possible date I IIinP. .v5: two-party line and $3.501 I app opi i' ': \ '"
has been reached with rings on a partline under th'
Pie [: conduct military rites lit the BlanduiK h..d l !l" ,
ise do not wait until the last the Starkp Telephone foi ii'ivatr line The buslnt'.s. I gravesid > n -i r.< d
(
Cn. wherein automatic
stern.
daatrd have to spend : hear ate- is *3.'ui i1. and! in Sapo Cemetery. Funerallrfang't'lfll'nt.i $3.500,000 y, -I I I"Ia, \ the !I."
much I
tin i it is per mis-able fui! Santa Fe 1 All pctvin, :n 1.10'' I...i\vt fOy sees I I
wailing( in line [ af III chdljof graph nee oi'i : oar i iwarehons. .
he saidPie to s,'IL ,ii! the steel ,.tst an.I-t:!' 7:> A ho ate! ''f".I I ,. !' 1I1 telephoneittenn! :, .
registration |I -\Vtt: C JIIIIC3Guardsmen .", tvvo I i P is jl| t'
j'
office is opt| -n north it 1 l-.iwtev is well ,ts the Iatt"soill-Idl' the UI1P-nllle .llt.i si-r\ni' el'i', ', _:'' : .- '
tii the 1 ,ofti, .
quarternia.sti thiee
courthouse 's. I
on Saturdavs temtoiwithin: ,t thiee-mile !hunt arc higher Inn it ,vas ernph.t-iixt il night s n;, 111_ i
and anyone'is.1ing Win quirters binlimt! and 'i,, '' '
to

u'nwwI.Um.nIT.Polaroid; ,1'Minute ILSK WOLF.Photo by AM the Telrgrapli GKKIIAKI LAXII: S, during calling at the the week armory.may do regi.stci s 0 by I Keystone Bank I I New Drive-In HaLc Of Bloom I From Ocala 43.23 ; design storage: board plan n'wi' ;'I n,, i, 'In\Wen ml,'I.>I"nil | ', .


three German exchange teachers currently at BUS are pictured During :March there will be t Play SaturdayWith now longer/: !,I'e' lilt I t'. ,

above as they glance through an American magazineOn deputy registration officer in each I Theatre Open I In fact only "!,' liuililn.:;." .1.> '
i
town in the Charter two former BUS players, '' the original in;\ .
I county in ordei that Approved I Lost To Cold n ualh \n <

the question of schools, sity helped them to become ac j j' it might be more convenient I tot.., i Th n' .' Pdanding: ,, (;,, T>,iivt-in Ft' ink Dryden and Billy Dansby. |;\ "in the picture the EII"II: ,., "

they'ie reluctant to make a comquaiuted with all types of Florida; those who wish to register Tht'all"Ith ,I capacity of 20!' I i '!,'allII the ;scoring, the local! said and thaI i .1 U'Ieph."!,, '

parison between the German and schools, both white and! colored : It is not necessary for peison- F"imal .tpin| ,a .ii ot a i haste :' 'ears. waopened to the public fill Ai>oiit/ ,",11 ;jlt'r tent 1 10.-,-; tiiiard team defeated Co Eel of ,,, telegraph of in e :>; ill "in I"! .' ,,

American systemsbut when it For the past few years the: U of'I:' who are now registered to register, Inc til.Keystone Hank K.,vstone I :the tirst tune Thursday night with I I I tr.iuheiiv, bloom'\ was reported, a.J ;i, O.',ila last Saturday night to the ,, t ut'*.", a.s of 1' st. i III.IY "- '
again In order Height, was received teclnucoloi | Mine of 43-23. Dryden collectedI railroad slid noel! _
comes to the question of kitchens F has been conducting a teacher i to register fin this' week'the' showing; ot a new I the -iilt it- '1"
re ot la-t ,
that's a different matter. i apprentice program known-- generally I j the first time, a person must have from the Comptroller's office in I musical Friday's cold 1 I I' H Dansby 15 points for their water, elect ,it i l 1">:.sign: A ,<: f

There's doubt in the mind of as the Intern Plan, whereby J| been a resident of the state for ;.Tallahassee. Actual issuance of'I Manager Ira Harris expressed'the I! when the mercury stayed belowtietzmg night's work Richard Crosby, utilities should In 'impl) 't. ,"| ,

no i i teacher-trainees are sent to partic ;' one year, and of the county for i charter is expected around''j I himself as pleased with the warm t tor eight hour and ISniinuies. :: Hugh Ingram, and Connie Clark in April, it wa- -.d.

Mrs. Use Wolf one of the three ipating schools in Florida tc 'six months Feb. 25.Dave I reception given the new theatre hitting a low of 29.1 degrees were outstanding on defense for I)I The only ultra! i two .' i ,

German exchange teachers now at |' work with regularly employed S Folsom of duplex, whrj' by the public All children attending Little damage to the home team pOStive overtone this I\h, >
Bradford elementary school that 'I" ripe orgreen The local club will be host tc
teachers.Mrs. Wolfe has been assigned Hearing Scheduled to be cashier-manager of the the opening were given favor'* from Congressman Ch.i. l. i
the American housewife is a'ery fruit was reported however the of Cc G from
Games
( new banking located on I cagers Bennett who
to work with Mrs. Lucille institution is exThe new drive-in is in his weekhrelease "
On
woman. She told the Rotary : Application With the last few vine the Starke
lucky of in this
Payne (lath gradet ; Mr. Albrec-ht petted to arrive in Keystone within the new Blanding highway, just days warmer J armory from WasbWJ:''"/, ,. :

Club so 11a question and ansnver with Mrs. Edna Hart ((4th grade.i. For Blanding BusA the next few days to begin east of Starke. It is operated by weather, berries are showing a I Saturday night Fans are reminded I I I "Word was received I tin I ,', ,.

period following that organsizatlouts Wednesday and Mr. Lanius with Mrs. Eth preparations for opening the bank. the Martin Chain also operators brighter color and far better quality l I that admission to Guard game* that the Corps of Engine, I i-, .

luncheon. meeting Sewell ((5th grade A public hearing on the appli I' possibly within the next 60 days. of the Florida Theatre in Starke. than last week's offering. If '; i.s free and the public is cordially I i I pests the contracts to !I", i ,\.it'l|I. '

noon.Mrs. The visitors are impressed with cation ot Charley E Johns and A. i It will be located on the main. I growers should be favored with i invited for the construction of .\ r rulr'",.ltt

Wolfe, an attractive brunette j\' the climate and topography (,f''I E. McKinney.: Sr to operate a business street in Keystone. in York Rite 1leellllffformerly warm weather from here on OUI.I i facility at Camp Blandmu+ : m, '

admitted that she was fascinated j'I'Florida, which is vastly different I proposed Blanding Bus Lines will i 1!, I building occupied by tht'l Orville Clarke of Jacksonville volume production should be.l\ Law Firm !Will Move 'I latter part of April Thearller -

with the number of laborsaving from their native Germany, and be held by the Florida Railroad & ;i water company's office. Grand High/ Priest of the Granc1 I reached about the middle of March t\I Offices To Slarkc l I than had been |I',r ,' ', ; .
that the average 1' Public
appliances [have particularly noted the kindness I Utilities Commission i in thf i Total capital structure of the I Chapter floral Arch :Masons of I I Daily sales record for the past predicted The demgnaifstruciion '> '

American housewife has at and rouitJiouse at Starke i ew.b llk will consist of S.VOOC week is as follows !i- apart of the .
I 1 ho-pitality of the Floridtans on Friday,, ? Florida. will address a i eetmg of : Williams and Futch. Lake BUI.ler I" I.H
her: disposal. Such things are I they have met. Among Feb. 22, at 9:30: a.m. I m capital stock and $25.000 in 1 the Adoniram Association: of Date Crate AvfI > !i law firm expert to move ititcI lion of -tandby infantt\' i

available in Germany, she said but \I I I some of the things not found in I The applicants have r"qut'stt'dI |, surplus and undivided profits. York Rite :Masons at the Gainesville I Feb. 7 22 8.7:11 I their nw offices on the second I tug camp at this locality

only the very wealthy can afford1to their homeland I a certificate of public | Five hundred shares of tock at Feb 8
122
are the dazzling convenience' Masonic Temple Tuesday 8.62 floor of the Winkler Building c on When ad\'l-rd of &-nor'I: -' i
buy them. I 1 supermarkets, tlr't and necessity to [ $150 per share, with a value I j Feb 9 52
theatres I
-ln operate an ante' par Feb. 19 at 8 p.m. 4 50 Temple Ave. around March 1. fluent, the I II isiriit I Kngiii' ,
The three German teachers are the large number of personal! ', transportation" company as a common of $100. were subscribed to by 7F Worshipful Masters and Ward- I Feb. 11 ;52 7.83 fice in Jackvnivill. taul I Id. .

currently observing the teaching automobiles and the general high ; carrier of passengers between. ,. individuals I ens from all lodges in thi area I Feb, 12 136 6.4? Joe Hill Williams is senior memo know -ompthniK: ,'. dot < l" ,

techniques employed in the Starke I:: standard of living'emming fron: Staike. Camp Blanding.):: Hum A meeting ot stu<'kholder will here been sent special invitation j Feb. 13 155 5.76 I her and Mack Futch junior memo .

elementary school as well as participating [- 'l! well-equipped American kitchen phreys Beach Cold l Corporation KIIIg'ley ; he held at .111 rant! date to elect I t. attend t soft bring other memo Growers received a total ot her of the firm.Anthony I House Rep Robeit sub ( iinn,H."re Ik"I,., ,tti'':>'

in the actual teaching :I I Another thing that impressesthem and Boomtown. ottltcis( and I .
:Notice prwtions told Vic[ ; i I' '
program They were sent to the is the comparatively high is given that all interested ; 39 crates sold through the market Qualifies .
? I It'I i day 'b.ih. }hi.: not ! United States as a part of the I scale of teachers salaries in thl I- parlit's111 be heard at th Final Home Games Slated
1'1'0.1 j time and Today; u-<'d on am 1.tI., ,.:- HI, ''' '
German Cultural Exchange country Mr Lainus told Rotarians elated aboI \ "- R E Johnson, manager advise: Harry A. Anthony, county surveyor. ,
.f 'amp Hlainln rind"l I, i
gram Through an arrangementby I I that when he startedteaching East Florida Tourney Starts 21st groweis not to pick any more has paid his qualifying l+'r" uuderstanrl! wh\- r' '.r n1 I ....
the I' S. Office of Education his salary was equivalent 1 Star Route Bids I berries than they have to on Wed.nesdars '.
and vn}} Y"- a canfodatf for ff '/If' (1rYrfNr'Prr / haA' '?
( Federal SI'l'uritygency!. the to about S45 per month. ? and Saturdays und' .
Department of State sponsored a Mrs.'ore To Be Received Rt'uJilr seas"n lM..k e'hal[( ttxv[ Tuesil., t\\v.VvVy\ \VvtCOWl\ Victory volume is sufficient for shippt'rbuyers .le'tiot in the May primaries //1".0// "[ .t''I' .tll/\ '
H'lui cottu'- from t I 1".t. tli
group of souls U>0 German teach'ers nit; J Neuhcmi in Hesse, is residing By Post Office 's drawing to a close fur the gIrl' over Palatka. played there'li to come in The reason i' they .
'- SHlll \\ {.II/I'
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work and boys at B. H. S. \\ re! Th fIlial 'P
and teacher-trainees to
at the home nf tree ,t'. B Park 1 Jin.-- rot ', for the- irnat on Wt'dnesdaslllrl' \' JallkloUcng
-ted
with -ptx-ially selected collegesand Bid- .1 M"V\' The Varsity and P41.: {l. t.' t"t'r ','. I' :.t).:::: t. I'Ilikely
on Walnut St )lr. Lamus come? beiiifr HIicpted fo m'? !! in nearby market? I
universities in the U. S. Mrs from Ro>enheim in Upper Bava the piojmsei", stai! unite from"are playing then la-i hmij. ;sain. :N't Tue-etav n'jht fie', A am! r 1..,s. t f.r half a d-tv) (On Satur- Friday. Feb2!: Washington- Slke- -i.'l I Ii .' '

Wolfe Lamus and Albrecht were rU. Mr. -\Ibrt'cht's home Stark t to, LaCros.se and return tonight (Fridayi again-' P K I! -ju.td.s yn to (Gain.ill. t"r\ return .! '. ,, 'J t'r, -tore- rr loot the I I" ;>,. lit o' j i' '

among a group of 12 sent to the'j Lower iin This new route will Yonge of Gainesville. The girl.' game.s} Thuistla\ nee\ ', .', I : ,... >. Birthday bltil'g'! ; legal holiday inn would s'A. 11'1.' i M amine I .. ,
Arnstorf. mail]
I Bavaria While carry 1' .
I niveisity of Florida : Starke the Co i Crook'and: LaCrosse daily) : : will play Ocala girls at 2 p.m. in week the girl play I.ak- t II'i \' r ..: -'t',. tnFionda Bank of to soire ut'i',. r:1: : :
|Iin two men have '
an
except Sunday the armors for thPilast home there These T..I iiai'pfin1 : > ', i'r- '. iii II"' !be 'i$'tl for btisi iiotif.Vit.t' I"d, al'r. '
The Get'man teacher arrived apartment at the home of A F. leaving Starke :at I .. ".d""f"ri ........u... .._. -
7 a.m and game and the Ji! Hiah! IO)1,1) \'> :- to ha"k..thill! flit the ..,. .. i- '
Xt'W11I k last September. Aft'i Sauls. returning at 4:30: p,m except F< !. : -:-: :. .. '. :" h,.'! n W B Se,4 tfii ;*| sole.III an state! :a nt-
I I There will be a ouple of gamleit on Ih'irsch..dult East F'lmiila' e''inference tounie\ . ,
no box rlou.-n the
+ a geu"-rest orientation period inWa.NhmgttM After their work here thewill deliver> : \: .ed: \ hterd'iY pastWHAT
nor collection convulse I >, one each wIth Lawteyind starting Thur-ilav. Feb :21il
D C th.yert' sent I leturn to UamesMlle, and tit tot Lake Butler i > -
Bids close "iytona: B- an A.s \e ; n'
Gainesville whcie: th- I'liiver- there go back t.> t ;< I) ",art; 1-1 Jut I\> Thursdav Feb 28 Action MAKE I
The service is to begin Apnl 1. during the past -leek '!lee' I 'it kn.whll A DIFFERENCE A FEW WEEKS

More complete 11110 pound the sifland; hays !ln-ins!: 'i PIIIt'> ',< I l':. hbtlT i i
Mrs. Plans Film : nia.tnm mahe y
Crosby --
I Concerning Williston double /Jv.ad.! tbe' h h' 1 :
obtained from the postmaster in a r > 'h.sekeiid: .. I'.. .
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To Qualify For I I Total Conscription Stark.- 'ast Friday nignt Tne hi\- ."-! foe Di'trut tmi- -TrT .

12-38 and the girls fiO-.M, F. h 2s ?ith F:'.T -.. H. i! fie'! ; : 1 ,', : I ;"
School Board PostMr To Be Shown
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Chicken SupperAt Tuesday night at honk the .A t- i'n r 'I l.4 1

ll L? Ct,,,by of Brooker, Films pictureani charts t B squads nipped Palatka A & t' T.. i., F':<. I'.j,./" H ;'

,> lasteek was appointed tc planking the concept of total rscription" +e\'tl. Hampton School 1 teams for their second \iit.'iv Incumbents ReturnedTo Ii ." .. -. d Maiav .:."'

'.v. on the Bradford County over the visitor The Vat-it \ '
of and f ;' .
manpower materials TV All OfficesIn
S .:x>l Board until January 1933; ,I [ and Hampt! PTA will spunsDinn r boys won "')-29: B squad 3133After
will be
property sho .' '
I < tin ken supper i in the Hampton I rd.j i ,;tfi
fas a close first quarter the .\ Brooker ElectionAll
announced that she will -
qua- in the visual :aids room at BUS school lunchroom ..
Saturday
as candidate in the nightFeb Squad began to pull away fronthe matsF''h
spring Saturday Feb
night. 23. at 7:30o'clock.
: 15.
beginning 6 o'clockA '
for visitors Paul Rivers with 1? incumbentwere t.r': \. "inr, ,i- :
board primary a full (term On tht'I j I I', sumptious supper r>f chicker: noint- was high scorer followedby to office by unanimous \n', :!II d \. r, -! > rIof :,

Mr. Crosby was appointed tc L W. Nicholson from the of. pilau. vegetables green alad.. hoi Kenneth Conway with 11 quiet city election at Brooker i 1 -'

I fice of Technocracy, Inc., Green rolls, butter, cake or pie coffee 01 ,ijiror
the board+ by Governor Warren Riverpoints came by his hookshot Tuesday F -.rty.tour'ot"r!\ out 1 -

following the death l I Iville.I S. C., will make the pration. iced tea will be served at 5C' and followmg-up shots Con of at ,:., 43 qualified vi-ited .... ';"Ir. II',.
of her bus- ] ten'cents per plate for adults, and 3f' :.......... . -
haM H B Crosby. She '! Dr. H. J. Russia of the say made his points with: long'ellarched the ptRft'lt'l u- I r ']
sent District repre-j cents for children. Proceeds will \\ sid. --hot Eddie ', : were: H. ',* !1.1 SAnder Z'> rBeforf i'I; ;.' "Jr,..
: Three. I State Farm made arrangementsfor 'be used to supplement the fret, ..' "
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Mrs Crosby stated 1IAttbE'Wttas hiirh tor Palatka >"ti Ma\ or; David W jrl'-n
that
shew
uid make formal the program here The gem r..t! lunch program in the Hamptoi with 12 points al!: fpnlnig "hOb.Phy11t A L. Green M l t -.d! he v -.- H':'"
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK, rLORrD\

I ITIIDAY. FEBRIR I".. I'i'
I( day night was not a riot or ar.l of July, where h-> will study Span. I this week '1 1I '

Bradford County Telegraph!j earthquake. It was only the class ish and Latin American Culture. I Missed seeing Gladys Newman ''M spent. O Sunday Harrells afternoon and M. ,with Pll\h the I I: Miss Mary Mott was the week I' crutches after beutt; 'Pl': ,, :

,. :n folk dancing getting off to a Mr and Mrs A Beam and Mrs I at church Sunday. Charles said Hai rell. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. HampI' ( her bed \1 ,ut t"lr+ :
MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR I i good -tart in the Woman's Club. Beam's father. Mr Ed 1 I II < "' i' I\ '- Gainesville :1 : 'I' ..
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. Nelson and I she war sick with the "flu'. Mi- i 1 tl '.ht'.
The classes will be held on alternate her aster. Mrs J. I | \ :'di'I';'{ i- 'i't'} : \\ ,
Edington and William a.: to Mi- Lubeua ,
Crosby was very busy -ojiy report P.6l:; iaer :1. r' '
Published Every many Entered as Second Thursdays under the direction week m lacksonville \'isltll1, rle! I
dfflllH.am f 1a. little son Jimmy. all of Nebraskaare I last Friday and Saturday, pulling t t\. I Hill Joiu- confined tohe: Ala in a wheel chair now ,tthat ,: 'i"-,
Class Matter at the Post r % Office at Starke. of111.. Talbot of Gainesville. vi-itmg Mr and Mrs s J ua Oiti'i'v'
Joseph i turnips. lie took one load Friday Hospital G.IIIII'S'llIe't' n- about: two 111"iW > ,It'. h'
Mr Talbot proved on Thursdaythat Tullis Mr Beam :'Ir- Fit:: : \\il:.- .,' : t'It. :, .
is Mrs ; .
- Tulhs'fbrother I night and more Saturday mgr.t \\ ii. tUd to report Mrs can: b \ alkr! 1".1.' .
he IF i able teacher and .I I .v ,.!.. : :M! '. .
an good .
He r t L \ : : : I b, .
Member 8 7' 1952 I surely must be ambit IOU I I'\'t' t i-i" :n i i- .\bn' t" \\ alk round ? l' I 1 "' .1 :
inector of these popular dance; A group of High school Tie: H1: ; .
-tudent- Hear Melva h'-'I'i : : .
1 i Galloway met \.M l' !I''I : .1' I I .r; it' 01.- '::te \\ :1:1: the aid ot .'K' ,\ t h! ,,h"I ?"
The hall was crowded and the from here along with others from ''an accident Saturday w'uleh': -

Annually 5 9 *1-SO For Sit: Months spectators who lined the wall were the Melrose High School went on 'I and sister. Dot Connei '\ ere 110 tk ..

Subscription $2.73 | lucky not to get stepped on. Monday in a chartered bus to the ing sausage over at AUnt \\1111-i >:

Everyone had a lively and hilarious State Fair in Tampa Cone's. Seems as tlu. 11\.i in

- time and most of those who attended Miss Cleva Carson ,, 33rd ANNIVERSARY
entertainedwith out of meat to grind aud! .: \\I: SALE

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMNCommunity art looking forward to the a buffet dinner for ten on I lop a finger. Sure hone :. :......

next classes The next one will be Sunday evening.. Feb. 10. I better now. Better ht 'i .' ,' .,

on Feb 21. Ben Rose suffered a heart at j ful next time. It'l\.i

Hank "In Open .soonKestohf tack last Wednesday and was taken I Lanv' and Marshal dumb. News com : it'ft t ''I i 'han: ) : :' By Demand
i u.h Height is now as-ured I to the Alachua General Hospital : missed -eveial days ..f L i Popular
of the Community this <1.| \ '>U"iirtl s.'ttu i' ) J' '
The Pulpit tnous.iii1 ,' l hu ihMS n' the opening of a local bank. G'I in Gainesville At last report week as a result ..t "fll, 1 1'! \ -
b"Jl11111'1,1 in :; i : -
filled Sunday morning
Church was E Wiggins announces that the he was somewhat better. are better now and able ,
Westminster this mil 31 other taunt! icI'l '-. "
of ; in!
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Creighton
ty Dr JV ihaiter has been approved and it I Mr. and Mis William B Good : to school. .SIT .sl'OKK rOH| Hit.( ; .
'.\ I'oiin'lcrs IlayFounders i iOIOKIl I I. N-I'\K( ; : M\\M'\I'FU: : IZE: PHit F: I 11..1.J i I II
He is prospective ii
Pa. a I will not be long until the opening loe andon from Staunton Va. I Itirthdav Dinner

pastor to succeed Dr. Farrar whois Day will be celebratt of the bank. This projeCt has been I are visiting Mrs. Goodloe'- parent, Mr-. Raymond dt, !,,, .1 I\M-I'\ I'hlI\ : I n) \\ ITII B \HI1( \:-'
the first the Heights Par
until Keystone
by
substituting only in the making for more than a Mr and Mrs. G. E Wiggins tamed with a dinnei\ '1. -.
has been ent-Teacher Association at the ,
of June. Dr. Creighton year :nd represents a long step Miss Gertrude Houser spent the I hu-band on his bit hda' \ .' I t' ... .
Feb. 19.
theUnited meeting, Tuesday ,
several churches in regular
pastor of forward in the progress of thei weekend in Jacksonville\ ,
visiting day evening Mii i i "I!> I. 1
States and spent 21 years I at 8 p.m. Mrs R. O Mann, Found-
I 1'I 'i ton The bank will occupy quartet her bi other. I erlIil.nalld Slskl1 t i I' i MW I -
China He ei's Chairman, has pu-pared
work Day
educational in .
in I in the Wiggins Building nextto MisAnne Walrath wes home Webber and t flllih I ,;
made a quick trip down to Florida a special program for the occa Water Office and 1 the Cash I
the for the weekend! from AgnScott sonvillo. and Mi ant i! 11 I' I K L
to meet engagement on Sunday I and will be D. S Fol .
sion.Guest ier manager CollegeMr demons of Heilbioiu '
: em 1'"' o!! 1'
\\'m.E. .
will be Dr.
I speaker son of Chipley who hay had many and Mrs. Musser. parent? dinner with Raymond Hi t- d' y.

Circle- of the Community Church Musser who will addresth vc-ais of experience in banking of Dr. Wm E. Muser., ai,. in K-\.. had iliuKen and all th, i 11'' ? ":.:,

will meet during the third week I group on Beneficial' Aspects of lo \ttrml (onvnilioii stone for a short visit ,I Sheimm Cro-bv .I it-! i to. 1..1 iditiner i i\

of February. The Day Circle will I Physical Education The program John C. Detweiler and E C Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelsoti and Mr i with Mia A 1 K I r. ,_ !
of :Mrs. C. L. i will include a skit "Parents with
meet at the home 'I Weicliel are leaving for New York I and Mrs. D. Reamer spent Sun SUl1da noREf 'u '
Monday Fcb.18. at 3pm a Purpose", under the direction feo0 ?
Sipe on day at the Stephen Foster Memorial
on Feb. l.'i to attend the National O-car and Ten .
Mrs \V L. Lee will plan the devotional of Mrs Hilda Jackson; the singing !. si rr''n" l_ 1
This circle has;: voted to I uf the official Florida PTA song."Suwannee Convention of the American Institute brated with a dimu, :-:\. :I.>" 1 1was i."
iif Aiming and Metallurgical Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd St'ayer r>n .
rick ., .
: and Teresa : '
male hot( \ !t.
funds for the entire ( Rivet by a -
provide Engiiieei: A paper on "The Mining then way tu Fort Lauderdale end of the deal ,
'art'j j the of by rn III:: :" "
of a leper child in the Orient quartette under leadership stopped over and the '
evening
their missionary project. The i iNighlingalcs D. F:. Willis; ; and a recitation at Trail and Concentratipn Ridge Florida"of is Ilinenite to be with Mr. and spent Mrs E. StitcJiberrv ,f pare the dinner, but it ,\ t. ""df { (Juantitv Itght. Hl' l'r\l'd. I'rut's hood Thru >.il .. It't' !I"

will meet Tnursdav.. "Let's Go Along Together1 bv presented at the convention Mr They stayed overnight at Buz-buz go the tlal i r" .t' '1111,1 -

Feb 21. at the home of Mrs S. E : Mrs. E T. Davu the Inn these warm sprung dI"P'l li : !

McKay at 7:30 p.m. Mr- Ida Gentry Past Presidents of the Assll'ia.I I collaberated Detweiler and with Mi other Weichel official have MiS E. McKav and Mrs. Oliver .v ..i: (they dOn't get tii-t 11'1'| j I,' 'I j ,I Chase & Sanborn ( Limit 1 Can, Please )

will present the devotional lion who will receive recognitionare made I try to be t'he <>.ii I\ t hl'j i t I' '! .:. '
a quick to Aberdeen
trip
I of the in the authorship
Mrs. Huntley Redfearn has been Mrs Wm J. Whitewdes. Mr- company I Md this week. : caught i !r.".r..
I of this article which des:nbes inconsiderable
elected chairman of the Nightingales H. Kedfearn, Mrs. H. L. Morgan' Mis Beit Chru toffers left thi
detail this interestingand LB. CANStokely's
who plan to devote their efforts and Mrs P. H. Haskins. The president plant near Keystone week for Boca Raton to visit her COFFEE 79
unique I
to the raising of fund; for a Mrs. Wm J. Siprelle, will' Dr. J. L. Gillsen, J. Hall Caipenter daughter Mrs Chas Newman BROOKER
Church School Building for the present the project for 1952: A silver -
and Jay P. Wood officials of theDuPont |
Community Church.. FounderDay offering will Company and the Hum Mrs. F. ,J. Lewis.M
Preparations are being made for be taken and refreshments will be j jphnes
Gold Corporation hat! a -
the observance of World Day orPraY'r served by thi- hostesses, }11's. C. J. BAYLESS HMAY\
part in the preparation IIf the p t s Guy Hairell Mi- I I\ .i M.it.
Feb. 29 at 8:00 Bastedo Mrs H. L. Morgan and Finest
on Friday .
perKrtehes. BY Mrs. O F. Cro-bv Is VMand Edwaril 1 Elldll'"tt utre Cherry-Ho Red Pie
.
p m. at the Community Church. Mrs. Guy Moin-on .
High Honors I hopping III Games\'III.
Mrs F. O Clark Mrs. Eula Walker \ I'olk Daixe ('lassisThat T1h.day
received thi week I .it i ei noon. Mi and M II" I R
Word I News F
was Ita.vles- ( hllr< ll
Thm-
and Miss Cleva Carson are the noise you heard! l It-t -
that \\'. C. (Billi i McCiary has won IteJ E. Lidd ui .I.uksoiivilUfilli Gano were in Game-villi: :' uuidav CHERRIESNo.

the Rotary International Scholarship -d his regular appointment at ,, No.PEACHES

These scholarships are given' Da)'less Highway Baptist church Mr and Mrs Joe Bret ,I ing. lid ,

t by a Rotary Foundation contribu"d Sunday morning and evening and j I[ ed the Pentaco-stal t''''uv.'!'iti,,n!. .n 2

to all Rotary Clubs. Each club was dinner guest of the L A I Ocala last weekend 18C Con
II 19C
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candidate and one
may sponsor a Crosbys j
I j Mr and Mrs N < ; 1I..j+111' t 1111far.li1y
of these is chosen from each dis- The official opening of the Bay-
| and Mrs. Heathw! >' hei
DUTIES t nut These candidates are then referred less Highway church will be Sun and father '
.It'
,: attended
iluir.h
to where the final March 16. There will be I,
I Chicago day. an Stokely's Orange Grapefruit
Shady Grove near TI't'lt"ll! lat ,
choice is made- all-day program and dinner oil! .I Fab-u-L ous
conscientiously performed with mod- Sunday and visited thi n! "'MI :-1111 & Blended
II I McCrary. who had an outstanding be served at the noon hour. Everyone ; day afternoon. '
esty of expense and no lessening of record in college, havingdone i invited to attend and bringa *
Service have won for us an enduring well filled bask'tI'N'"ollal : Guests of Mr. and MiK I: F *
work language F FAD
i I four years in : ,
Gano last weekend :Mi, JUICES
regard in the communities which we in three years and made Phi Beta Items in.
Mrs M. M Gano of :St Auu-tun
ser\. Kappa also in the University at Sine glad to hear that Carolyn
and Mr. and Mrs (hId (diin; ,'I'
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Gainesville, was the candidate Jones is improving after under BoxLimit

I from this district which tom going a tonsilectomy in Alachua Gainesvillei [\ Big 46-oz. Can Large 2SC

DeWITT C. JONESPhone prists all of North Florida He will County Hospital last week. i i Mr and MiGin Hi'. ..'!' i I'! 16112

'latlffhttlent[ .>!111 i, itt i ,' ,
to thtCniversity i I' '
I go as an exchange student Mr and Mrs. T. L. Sapp and
7 Starke Fla. ,
,1'\11: and i :M' I ,
r' ( of Chile at Santiago grandson, Wayne, ate suppef with I I I I t I': .
Lil-t'( % -
Chile some titer altei 1 the rust H B and Bernice Kelly Friday

-- --# night. :V! tI', I I1 \' '.l It tD Emulsorized
r ( 1 Can Please!
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur Refinance Your Debts Mrs Juanita Addison and ihildrcn .\1\ :,r' }: I ihHiit "J \' ""I,. MMI ,

t With a 2UYt'arJnh'ft'.t) ; K." ,. Ii K ''I"\' making their home wi'r-:
local funeral home enables Us to offer conveniences anA ) : are

services not otherwise available. Federal Land Bank her mother Mrs. S. R Clark LB.
t i while her husband is mh..- hospital SNOWDRIFT 3 79c.
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__ __ ___ t, i i Farm Loan i! Other weekend guetof Car

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and : SKKK. : I Mrs. ('lark were her daughterMrs
Mary Gnm le and Evclvt'Clark ATTENTION
accept ANT life insurance policy in force issued by ANY W. IMYAN I >
also of Jacksonville! -oji
company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral. 622 N. Main Street I
Consultation carries no obligation. Gainesville, Florida Dr. Tninif! : Kf'ntw'kv I- If You Have
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FRIDAY, FEBUr.AKY;}, 1952 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARRE. FLORIDA .
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Friday of last I I tamed with for h,. .
!I in week.Jacksonville Donald who a was party nine yeai-i s-.n'l .' .'_ .'. ."' _--- ',-:"' -- .-. _.'- ,- .-------- .-: _' ._ -- -' - : --'---" _. -' : -'<:.' ::-':-:-:.': : ;

LAWTEY T. Futch and sister. that day. The ('hildnn : .
plays'
I Mrs. Joyce --
L. II. FutthMisses Miss Elizabeth TerrY. were in outdoor game under th. lir! .," I AL -- --= : .__.__ ._ u- _-.. _, ._ ; .

Jacksonville Friday afternoon. tion of Mrs. Thomas, as.si-.tt I . Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish of Misses :Maxine: Jones and F nfl! THE BIGGEST FOOD

:: : Linda Carter and Virginia -I Maxville were guests of the D. B. :' Jean Bradley after which thi COME E TABLING

Ferrell of Jacksonville were Thomas family on Sunday.Mr. 'I were served ice-cream and bush:
weekend guests of Miss Carter' :: and :Mrs.: T. L Casey were day cake. Donald Mjiei\eil+i f. S SALE
parents. ::\11'. and :Mrs.: C, F. Carter Sunday dinner guests of her 'I number of nice and useful girs
I' ents. Mr. and Mr*. Fred par.'I'I r Twenty-seven children were pres- TO THE
:Mr: and :MrsV: E. Suggs and! 'j Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead ;':, ent and all report an unusually I Grocery & Mkt. U
:Mr.: and Mrs. J F. Jones of Snow ;, and baby daughter spent last Saturday :1 I I good time I EVER IN
Hill) N. C. attended services at i in Jacksonville Mr. and Mr L. H. Futt-h. a>
the Methodist Church last Sunday.R. Daniel Massey, Vernon Te&ton. companied by Mrs. A. D. .Crosby

R Thede of Jacksonville was I and Ned Pringle were among the spent Sunday afternoon with fl I t BIG S SALE L E i OIl\ EII MA.. & niKHIlY STS. ST.UC6t:. I 1'1.I \. STARKE S E
visiting in Lawtey Sunday morn- 1 Bradford County Future Farmers lives in Brooker.The i iI
1.1g. who attended the Florida State Lawtey City Council stet WE KESKKVK THE: KIMIT TO LIMIT:

Mr and :Mrs.: Pasco Mott and Fair in Tampa last week. The \ on February 11 with Councilmen I .. q"\" 1'ITY .
children of Gainesville were Sunday !: group:' included boys from all sec Wall Whitehead McSwain and -- -- : r' :, _,_ ,. < .-_ '_ ._''- _-- -_-:.: J' :: ':::>::r
visitors to Lawtey. > lions of the County and they were 1 Kelly present. After the reading

Mrs. Nell Housiey of Jacksonville accompanied by their instructor. 'of the minutes the clerk presented
visited A. :M.: Blanchard and I V. !t. Ferguson. the current bills for the niont
Enza. Sunday afternoon i! Mrs. Joyce Futch and children and they were ordered paid '
daughter.
I attended the Fair in Tampa on i Other items of business were 'II'
Other rf'cent'isitors in the Blanchard
Mr and :Mrs: Cecil ': Saturday. cussed, but no definite action .,'
hums> were
Atkinson ot Miami and R. W. i Mrs, William Frut-nd and sons taken. CRIS CO
Mcfloud of Jacksonville.Mrs 1 of Jacksonville rptul ned home on Dr. and Mr-. \\'. T. Walter, ., R I C E Coca-Cola
Wednesday evening of last week in Jacksonville this week at> .
:: Louis II Hill and MrMae \
Wt11A'ere attending to businessHIT after visiting: :Mrs.: L. II Hill. lug a meeting of the :Meth: ,< .! :
Miss Idell Durban of Jackson minister in that city.I .
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.... ville and Fay Duiban of Cocoa I ,
'P 1t J Jl' penr thiweekend- with their Bottle

.1 :Mient Mi and :Mrs.: Ed Durban Carton
cl A "<'r> >.> s of revival services will\! HAMPTONBy LB. BAG .
b.' !iielu .it the Faith Baptist 3 LB. CAN FOR 7 C Plus

I'hur.and !'IIIIUIIIgthrough''i+ beginning February the 29th 17th! :Mrs. :M. c. =?'iwsrnyItapti.1 211 Long Grain 29C DeposifNo C


Thimoting! will be conducted by j serxiceAlbelt -
Elder J. E. Pierce of Samoset. feuelt.: outstanding/: i ipreacher
I Fla .nd everyone y invited to attend and I Bible teacher. .: n And No Strings Attached And No Strings .\ttaihed Strings Altaihed
speak at all services in the Bap. ; .._
of Aiken. S. C. Church this Sunday in tht .<' ''100 :- '--' r-'- --- .- '- "t' '- ,'.:- -.-- -t-;, "if-, .- .- .-.- ... ,.'\t'r, : .' ...... .. -
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Howard Hotkett '
1w Genre of the pastor. With -- --- -- -- lt. ..... _. ._, ..... __ ?'-""' :: __, <1f_

was ove'night' guest of the C. A'I,' in the evening servm .t\1'IJ.'eigl'rt 0 - -. . .
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McSwaiii+ !.iniily on Friday. Ronnie : -- -' <- .
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and bunnie McSwain accom-1 I be the special music, both t.t ii! -- -- : ,: : ----f.- .: ----r----- _- :_ -" : ':'--. "_ .- :---;; !10"
and instrumental. Pastor
panted i Mr Hockett to Fort Pierce'on Bon
Gray will be
m special serviceto
Saturday and spent the weekend -
s clay Sunday with the Springttekl
with their grandmother. ll's.Itod..n
Baptist Church. Jacksonville
returningto their homeon FRESH
A new record was set b\ the Sunday C
.I IHIIIMIJt .. :Monday.:
.
School of the First!' Baptist
SHOW OF 1952SMUniOINETTE.r'mOTTUM
KiithtlaI'artj 1 Church duringJanuar '. A record
On Tuesday afternoon of last attendance of 140 wa obtained tor And
J JOHNNY BOND'CUSCOUKHBOTS week :Mrs. D. B. Thomas enter-1'! one Sunday and the average attendance
I! and Sh. JEMEZ INDIANS J JIf..ll.r
for the month
; NIW MIXICO laVAtiON was Il-l JUICY
'won AU ixi MELODY RANCH STARS I Always Troubled Don Hill is supeiintendenl.
J ..4 M..,Oih.rr! W. C. Burton will hold
, IIR 2 HOUR STAGE Bowl -- With Upset Stomach !!t viva! at the Undemoninatmnal a ie | DOZEN

"Everything I ate seemed to upset Church in :Melrose: the week oil|
GATOR BOWL, 8 P. M. my stomach until I was afraidto 1 Feb. 17-21, and invites his Hamp-
Jacksonville eat. I was tired, weak and run i ton friends to attend whenever

WED. FEB. 20th down from slowly starving myselfbut I possible. Mr. Burton spent (he
I knew it was useless to ever past week with friends Melrose:: And No
Reserved Seats, $LSO- Box $2.50 try to eat a good full meal until 1 ; and Florahomo.I Strings Attached
General Admission: $1.00 read about and tried INNER- I! :: and Mrs. Gordon Weest and
Children (12 Yrs.) Half Price TONE. That was the day things children Betty, Louise and Billy

All Ticket Prices Include Tax changed for me-I eat what I want i jof Miami were weekend guest ,if .
..
.
Reserved Seats Or Sale At his ,. ,: : ,:: ., '--. -. : ,- '
mother =
Mr : -
donaldson's 216 W. Adams St. and my meals are a pleasure. 1 T. F. Brown -- -, : $ .-: -. =. : -- --: :;.. .n.- --...-- .. : ...:: ; ::-5
:Mrs.:
C. .
G. Butler
praise INNER-TONE: to the sky.: andIlo.!-
This is an actual testimonial. Armese Butler of Tampa -iw-m
IXF.I -TO\F. is the new mixture Friday and Saturday with r U I"" rC ,
from Nature's Herbs combined Gray
of
juices ROASTCoffee
Let Us Thoroughly with blood building IRON and I Mr. Inzie MorrowMrs +"ii SOAP

Wash Your Clothes I nerve JOt r.'ugthelling'IT.UlIX:; i' Lee Gray and two, little daiu1! c
Carolyn. '
and r I. '
It-1 Band B-G. It has relieved: i \ < .f }I1
,
9 Pounds many people who had never beer weekMis City visited i- i r.

really helped before by any medi _
i
For 40c cine. Taken shortly before meals 1'to her.home Mini'K "r -tt'xtet\ ',, Western Maxwell;
1\01\-
it mixes '.vithour food and ftkl
ylsn! in Jill, k Tender
!
FREE Bleach If Desired I digestion "thus eliminating! garland ,\ hei I "
.
.
L G Johns 49C
'
Ui. House 78C
I bloat". So don't go on suffering Chuck
pent a >\ ?'K ; ill'1 ,' '
Temple .1\f. Staikte Get INNEH-TONK today Each
her tlailght< M's! LB.
\\.i-onF
Sold by KOCH drug store, ( AdvWAIT > :MiMr LB.
1 : and Mis" 'i 1 '..mas Wad'<< '
1I I I
"1 Bunnell uere weekend! gu' -
We Will I Mi r :and Mrs G. P. Wadswoith t No Strings Attached No Strings Attached No
1i Miss .. Strings Attached
Martha .
Horne ,. -
Dry Your Clothes i t IM "laincsville; and will has cot r r'I'" > ",3 -. :' --.H :-::. -- ':t:.: .- .- -- '.. :,: : .: : ..:' ":, "

I tfinship this week at KirbSi > > .. ..... .. .. .... ...
For 20c I 1I.u lo-e a r<"*. hone ..r I'its: hool During the past \\'.., Kwat : ''.'---T''- .- ... -"'.-. --"-- --, -- -.;1'..-........'oo$-.._. .. 'fioi/J-.-,:::. _: ,p' -.-_ _- i,1'. __, ., <.< 1- ._,_ f., 1Cf-..!. \o;'.;..' r _
Ikon'l Arab n .."..,..1 nut Mart overnight guest t of Miss f.Siblev I f.: .,
In New Automat Driers! 1U\ in Theressa and of \'! '
\ Call Florida HenderersFrrr Hubert Barksdale in Starkc ANNOUNCEMENT

Prompt HrnxiMil. .... Il tit...-llrnil..lk MrAlice Lambert form i S
\% rthlr
rippled ur
Hampton and now a resident; Washeteria\ I Ph. Gaiiuw"ille :3330 CollectStarko ( .- of The Starke Hotel. ti-\ ,' 'I'I' Attention Everyone" U
"r her brother William Clark "* a con gar

i I 132 'I'i I.tst'I'ek.New sections. of
concrete
;' \ 81G I PRIZES
mem nave been laid near thi (c."."
| nninitv Hall and the ('hI ;--i..n, Confectionere
Church which adds gre.ui.!f i ', WhiteBest
walking .conveniences as t the C Will Be Given Away
.i i xxxx
FinestLine
lOCleanser C
.J brick sidewalks had becoim "II" 2 3
Thurs. Afternoon
"stumbling blocks" to petlesii.ati.s r I Cutr BOX
: Other parts of town ,
:1/ are also+ ;gi.: atl
March
27
i i l Iy in need of new pavement n

our competent City Conn. ;.1, Iii i No Strings Attached Thai MHirthda> \ou Know No Strings
Attached
i take rate of in the near in: .' -. __ _
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Friends of Mr and Mr- i : ,= : .- : : -p-- :. ;

Guaranteed i l me Allen of Santa Barba- i > ._ ": .. .. .
\li.ith\ 11he\ of interested their daughter to hear on s. ,' - -,1 .-- -'-' -; '', ";rIl-.. .,--r--,- .- -_ .. -- --',.-- --- .. T _- '1;, "" J"r'O.. __. _.. ____ ._...-__-: ..'to"" .....t-.cU'ii..hi"10 ""_"' '

day Feb 2 Maternal c' .
TIRES pHi-ents! aie Mr, and Mrs \*
Johnson
i.A.
'(110111 NF11' Lettuce
l.a-t Thursday Miss :S\v" ,,'

: <* Buy Xow for Present and three of her pupils ]I'> .
Hard '.
James Thomas and>l I.-
'
--a''" and Future I'se at :art l Kimbler. visited' the sixth x
p These Low Prices in the Starke Elementary: > .>; Working
: They enjoyed the :
Real
progra-i+": i. Fresh Mullet
much and feel that they WI! h. ;,.
f .ted by the experience.The Friday Firm

fifth and sixth ,. 2 7 Heads 9 C For
600xl6,4Ply-- 15.00 g-rad- \ ; Afternoon LB. C

4 try initiated last into Fnday.the reading They had!Ubt l \" .a..nIflokll1g And Each 2 1 9 C
l xn.rnEs) :
: forward to this fcr"me GLASS
2 for f 25 00 Saturday
El!). TAX unit' and were much inteifMi ? FREE
: Parker's
introduction "> "I i iitadini

: course All You Want All You Want
All You
The P T. A had an int.--- ,s. Want
825x20 10 Ply 65.00Plus m. t'\ingIa..t Tuesday. \\ n
.
H.mimond .
led '
the .
dt't -- -' .
,= : : -7- : r- -. -'
MiSwanbriin's t room won ", -- ..: ;t'---:; :: : :

Fed. Ta\ :tra play' period by having t1!'.. .

t I'.uents and friends preser. \ -- --.., -.. '. .. -- .. ,- -- '; ';f =
Il' yileii the president :11'[ ; 670x15 4 Ply u 17.00Includes :Mrs Frank Thomas ,ales \:
Pyal and Mr Cochrano ,1 r BE SURE TO ASKTangerines
t'ssa to serve on the Child U
Fed. Tax
Committee\ At the dose "

meeting Mrs. Dryden sc\- I I
ALL TIRES CARRY A GUARANTEE room.)l;, ions refre' hments in the '! ALL ABOUT S A L


At the P. T A. meetir.u.; -
473x19; 2.00 each were made to sponsor a ihi l ken FREE PRIZES
TUBES :;).550 x 17 2.00 each I dinner in the school lun hr.<.>m

550; x IS 2.00 each Saturday night. Feb 15. 51"ng<

will begin at 6:00: p.m. and ."''n': our i
While Then Last Ford Charcoal Kriqucta' throughout the evening The Fresh I Announce/ BOXES 1

1.50 per 20 lb. Bag prices and thirty will be cents fifty cents for for children adults And 4 Dozen 25 0 C

Prizes Next Week 1
Proceed; will be: used to sm>pie Juicy
ment the free lunch program ,in
The school in order that an' .....
ANDREWS MOTOR CO. v hJdren can be? taken caret' -

There were 58 of our pup..'
a!' the teachers in a TPIig"1"-, -
Phone IIS W. :Madison St. Starke. Fla. err: Sunday ,

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TEl.I. OR PHcesessssssrssrsssssrsrssssSSJSSSSSSSSSS STARKE.
FLORIDAGladys r". ".. 4 ,. 'h___ _
I lI& % I I ur.\KYStaik. I:). I'h'! !

f" 'Nettie Lee CarrollTo OES Notice bU'alfed l'al Center I
in Jacksonville I there last week and polishing windows now in this country studying our I .. all ot 'A h..n'I '

t \Ved Mr. Rodda from complications developedfrom m the educational buildingon I prison system and after his visit get ha: 'K :t.h.- w.\' -.In.. h"1'. "
I
Members! of! the (Older' of a : I
the major operation before ,
t Tuesday ,she sure is a bundleof ;ito the State F.nm he pronounced S. ,',' h. Ii! .
Worthinston Easter Star will meet Monday j I' Christ III as hear that SI3: Don Sarah ,. I I\ '
Williams
energy has it the most;;; outstanding he had \ \1. '. ,
ev.-ning aH r o'clock III the Masonic Ray Tilley received a "Good Conduct -
spurned the women's .
beauty parlors iV1i'ned. Punns his stay w.th:
Hall tut I their gular Medal" last week for 5
monthly I year and has invaded the men's i the Chapmans one mining hr I"M
:meetinj During the evening there of service in the Navy he's now !sanctum sanctorum saw her early and prepared one of his tain

I will be a dedu ation service of the I Stationed at Cecil Field saw coming out of the barber shop the i native dishetor break t.i-t p..
IOUS
Mooty new ,liTtrt' S.jfiii-t.: [ Sally Ann Epperson taking a few I other day sporting a "Jiinmv Special among the ingredients \\.n
Phone 35 I of her little friends to the movies "' .
I rice spring onions garlic .11'rIvari..d !(
and back the
to house for
\VSCS Notice cake If you saw Bob Smith (iof the other items deluioiihear I STARKE
'.II- -r r-fl neeWoman's -- 4 and'ednt'.day of last week m Butch & Bob combination) going i L
although little the
a on unusual ,
Tht i-esi'iU1!: business and celebration of her seventh birth- down Call street the other day
Club MYF HeldIn program I side for breakfast Lsttlei: i iI
Banquet lay anniversary little 5 :Sun.: .ton. .
'II "if :\I..thodist'SCS will year with his jacket tied tight around bird tells me that Hazel Mo.r ': Tilt'. rt">n. I -t'

Hears Supt. ChapmanOn Lake Butler be held 11 t. IIC' Sanctuary Monday old Suzanne, Judd wanted to be the midriff and hangingdown I I will soon be altar bound and hasalready

aft.Tnn i It :3 o'clock. Circle 1 sure her daddy. Millard had a ,1 over the lower quarters in back I resigned her" airliner hostess Slaughter Trail
j
CitizenshipL I I I
birthday celebration
Feb. 6th
Methodist young people from on so that's not a new fad
will) na\e !httge of the program. I wearing heI job Haven't found out the'name '
Butler. and she told him at lunch time that he I I
Waldo. Lake
Starke. was
F. Chapman. superintendent just covering up a Ions split of the lwkman vet, but ithey'll j ,IN ( INH: OI.OK)
Worthington Springs attended the had invited all the neighborhood i i j in the seat of his britches heara
of the State Prison gave an inspiring WML Notice live in New York .
kids Brian l ,
Evans Sub-dis in for a party that afternoon H"n'| \ \lrs, ,
Garfield IIII.1
annual ]i surprise birthday party was: .ltl
talk at the February meetingof to help him celebrate cute | Glad to welcome! the tamih ot! I'liis/ lt.isketl.all! '
Wednesday trict Methodist Youth Fellowshir business I sprung on Mac McGriff la-t Fri- ': |I'en 4 ,\I ,. .
the Starke Woman's Club Th. pl.'glam i and meet'mmli little Rudolph Sink to oui fair cit
large banquet in the Lake Butler Methodist WMU will tykes, aren't they'I\I day evening at the Chancy Johns' | unit \,.\\..
afternoon before a ; "Ii! th. Baptist beteld ne s me veteran ,utter at Pad.!
Sylvia Paulk is sure she Kig j
glad
Parsonage on Monday evening lake place b> Margaret McGriff.
and attentive audience which included Tin sii atternoon at 3 o clock ran rid herself from the you know bet'n'Ith the Si.'e1loff
Feb. 11 The was at cast on I Jerome Johns. Edith and LeslieBiggs. Wed.. Thur.
parsonage
\ several out-of-town visitors. in (he Edm i alional building. Mrs her foot this weekend has had oompam fur is yi'arThi [ Feb. 2h. :Jl 1
the Valentine Bobbie
I
i tractively decorated in Bmgs; leanettr WiI !-
The speaker who was introduced motif. The banquet wa.c M F Hazen will have charge of to wear it for some time becau-e I hams Chris Carrat. John Anderson. -'''new arrivals in. Hide his;; \\ Ift' and! DOlHl-KKKXTl() : "

by Mrs. A. Z. Adkms. program served by the ladies of the Lake I I the pi graln.Musicale. of a broken bone in her ankle John ansi! Saiah Torml. and t th"I two daughters. Sally an-1! Two FLAGSVEST
-hairman. used as his subject Ri-v.-rend, ,llId I! Mrs. ( L ,Carrol1: i hear that Teentown will" be closed;; Cindy. and RlIdlph'muthl"r.. :Mrs .
SaiahVilliam
W S. C. S. I aiidhi :i-n-M/ BIM
Butler
"Citizenship", stressing the first af Miss Oleeta Green of Starkf .f Winthii] i''w Spi itig.. .iniiouiHt PostponedThe this Friday night for reorganization -I hneiilft, of Minni';it}>.i'' i i.-nv; 'PuiH Sink. \\hii ;goes: h,>i son on>' 'I .I./|'|' t '..Ilo'n, l.inila I l>aiiiiH I I I

principals in govermental served as Toa:
I I I marriage of their daughter. Nettie Starke, :Musicale has postpOned ;' Gainiia I'ar kC'1 and Edna"f'lSti: j! Chris lc.ff< 34 i'i rs .Atpit'sent '
Caiiat and
fairsMr fest lohn AndcrI .
the in a song piecedmg .VXDHer
over group ,, -
"W R. Morse, presided Lee. to B. Ray Rodda of Starke itregular monthly !meeting were chapeii.ni- lor the '\ re 1 li: L: "n :0 Water meet I'I'I -
-
t
> t'flagi
the address which was givenby I I I ,
'hf business meeting preceding main son of Mr an'd Mrs B. A. Rodda I 11 i om Feb. 19 to Thursday evening Fr hi! plan I. !ii, \ < "on int> tht"I First
ida I Romance
GainesvilleConference lasts \ night:/: .s: et' that Among t the mteiestmi t : L'ti-st- ,
Mrs. K E. Rutland. ,
th at which time Mrs.F Sr. of \.ii! I oI\\n< -; .- Lalltt; Soirvtc. I
program C. S. Palatka. ) Feb. 27 to be held\ m thc'uifl8im'S J. W. Darin i, t t ii i-nimn at the BIg \\ hen leannette KJI'II ,all! entittain- ,
W. S. Secretaryof .
and Mrs. Garl Mathews NMI I I th.it H.u.'l.i Wall \\ II" :Marian
J Pellum I I is lt.uk( I t O'ltn. Il'Ii i
The wedding will be an.t'llt ot \\ Club.Decent Dad. has u i-uit.-l the Adolph Gay i'd! hit' tn.ti J lg. hilt Tinilaw.i--
reported there were not Missionary! PfrSOl1lwl.hs? : in T the h".st.d: thi tinitat ,- IjllfSI Nl-, _
Waldo, Sub March 16, at the Sardis Baptist apartment ''iflV Madison: and! expects :MtsK I II. Williams! ,: ih.iinnp." Ih"1 >
of
turned in to war- Evelyn Norwood, .1,4. k-i>n\ili! :\ .\.S; .'' -
enough recipes Church. Worthington. Complete I Birth to be j"il1.j \by his family Vls'toi' "I! :Ml/ ,.. I. K (CbiiiM| |
printing a cook book as in district president presided at a I \\ In-d.\! !Nice to 't'I' 1"'huh) |
mni plans will be announced later. from El Paso. Texas soon Al Mrs. Williams is the mother ofTennesse Fri.. :Sat.: Fi-h. I I.'.. ,.
business meeting and announced :\ '
'Ithet but that the committee short loolH'oa'k along Call Sirert
years. 'I i Harley is home i on It'afrom the .. Williams.
Miss Carroll tht renowmt d!
ivill have the recipes that have I that the next sub-dis graduated fi' >iiOcala : Mr. and Mr.- II. C. Stith of Ma tine- attt-r his i letei'.t! gi.idu.itio,, tic.ir. IHU IlLFFKVTl: : KI I

be.>n turned in mimeographed and trict meeting will be held in I High School where she way \\'a>:hinglou. D. C. are aiuiounrm*; phlwl'lto'ht I 1:1.1 I s- lo-lIac'l;: it'. ('It !nison!j H"II i! Hoi. omii Iertisiii American
.....:*V a member of the Heat, Hi.it I Kd: i i Kiasei' ot t :Southem 5titett.il' :\al11l'1l I lit. t The RoseTattoo : GuerrillaIn
Mrs. Pellum Starke.Monday. March 10, Delta Kappa ( lilt-i Tt'lt: t:1.\h I' c.i. I. '
sold in that manner. the birth of a son. Scott Chandlf" \ ] 'i-phiitof\ ; !
also' reported that the manager of ':Rev t W. G Cofield, pastor of the Alpha sorority and the Thespian I Stith born Feb. 7th. Little S. .>t' :Niu-'M's' h.is /promised! t the t It. i I. -" !ri-.atton. :1'- i.ip'it/" ,!i- .5 now tin !ii'i'going: Or pi"h.ip The Philippines
-! (CKio JIM I \olveil! in! (ii.im.ttii ti It. a- it I
Society II"I"nl.lll' axalea
the Park Theatre has agreed to Lake Butler Methodist Church a.c a National I Honorary Chandler is the great grandson ot .... I shcMil.i! >a> ''fOtiuiiiig" baMi.. Ttrniic 1'iiMtT. Mirhi'liniCM Mi,
I bushes be were Coining in foi luncheon
run a picture in his theatre which guest speaker.TEL Dramatic society. She attended I Mr and Mrs H l L Brownlee ot.I to planted in the city training at Fort Jackson. S ( ,
at ii ttRt' Hl \'H-
\\ K.iitsuni.sibiKle
a
-a- <
r. -
Chimh
Stetson park on .street won't
will) be sponsored by the dub in I University and the University Stal i k.- '! and has bet n eanuatked fill Ot'S:
: of Florida. I that; ht-a: !iiietu, -I: .hl tii'\t .spung"i / I ut Pr "I'aiili i \\ hi wa t'n- ,
order to raise! money. Mrs. James Meets She is a mem \Vntithat h. suielv ni'i s
: Class tAt of thy. I!,>i tie ( H-oii MIL l\ wIll ethel thi.illfit/ ; !! .is .ill hi d.-! in vMththt Texas Terrors
ier
(: iii '
Florida i Stitii
Lewis reported that Edwin Fraserof Alpha Kappa I a"il ipes to t rttniP!
dill( Hta\' talk it M '.\ L : : 'j ii i
HomeThe i < \\ II < 11: I it I not soonti -
Southern Nurseries has promised Register Chapter of Ute Beta Sigma Phi -.ru.' li.n Th.it mak. ,i': .
hHI- h.1 t h in' U oh Dun I:. .I!
PINE I I".i li< i hn i .ik ,111-1 manual I i i Itarrvlsn
LEVEL
to give the club 200 azalea sorority. thlliil.il! rill Hi ki1 and Ills !''I V
TEL Clasof the First !lahoi: t ,11"lnd t : )1\0' M.I Uioili-t i i hut, ', }1-\: I,.. i\ '.' I t' \/ t hap I II xeri.tl anil 11 art...
delivered : t' x MDon't
be Mr. Rodda rtl I.I' si icls i
bushes and moss to
peat attended I
the ,
in April, which will be plantedIn Baptist, Sunday School met last of Florida following his University Rv :Mrs. II. '!. :MrRao slw ,\ .i-' "t.tIl i 1.lh Iii.: If'! !tIlt : I I"i': 11'' ,. I ,: 'i' :- .!r.I't"I : | i iii 1.1.
graduation -
of -
I afternoon at the home
the City Park on Church St. Friday from Palatka High School I -
with -
During the musical portion of I Mrs. Freeman Register Sr. He served in World War II and ; Ht'E.. Hall tilled his ,rg. : -

the program, Mrs. L. A Canova 113 ent.members and two visitors pres holds the rank of Captain in the ': rita r appointment at the Pun miss this great money-saving event at Atp!

presented two piano students of class teacher Army Air Force Reserve He i ir I Level Baptist church Sunday your

Miss Louise Stern who gave sever- Mrs. Alma Hough a Mason He is now associated morning with 183 i in Sunday
l led the Bible study on "Prayer".
al delightful numbers. Carol Ann with the H. C. Wall school.
Mrs.V.. Epperson! led in prayer. Agency in
Pu-kett played "Minuet in C" by Starke.
Pleyel "Soldier's March" by Schumann -I Mrs. K. A. Thomas president. I I Mrs. John Schultz and daughter!
session I :Mildred: returned last week t ti
and the "Spinning! Song" by I conducted the.busi'1t'ss !
Andersons their home in Pittsburgh! l'a at
Entertain
Ellmenreich. She also sang "Too during which it was decided tc
i ter "pending two weeks AI!te !1',
Young" accompanied by Mrs. Can- :I pay $5: to the American Bible At Dinner PartyMr i i m '
H. M. and B. M. McRaMr. -- I'
ova. David Canova played "Rata I j Society and Visitation, Committees I > ma

plan" by Donizetti "Papageno's (I were appointed. Offering wa II I and Mrs. Sam Anderson I and Mrs. W. M. M.I MI-: ..r.' % I ,

Mrs. Edith Hersey al01\ < t .1,1. l U
Magic Melody" by Mozart and $9.65. I entertained at a dinner party Wednesday -I
"Sea Songs" by Frances Sells. I During the social hour refr *hinents evening la-t week as a I sonville. were visiting Mi u i "'

Artistic arrangements of early were served by the hostess! "Welcome Home" and : Mrs. H. H. Lewis recently\

spring flowers were used to form assisted by Mrs. Freeman Register celebration for their son-in-law.birthday I We were glad to have Mrs, E.n' T: -....... ..10.....

the .decorations for the meeting. Jr. Sgt. II. V. Turner, who Cook back with us at church Sun 'o

luring the social hour the members .3\ returned home from Korea.recently I i day after a long serious: illnrs-\ 'II --, ,\ ) featuring scores off

were served a salad course : Lioness Club Enjoying the affair were Roy I Mr and Mrs Earl Spent/ '. t ti>' _y7J2

and tea by the hostesses Turner and daughter I I (Veil Field spent the eekin1I i values !
To Meet ThursdayThe Mary Ella exceptional
Air. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson.! AIr I I I bert with .Mrs Spiiuvi's! t.I'h.-t!' .

UDC Meeting Held I .\. \v. Anderson and Mrs. R M. Crosby.
It
: Lioness Club will meet V i

At Powell Home Thursday evening, Ftb. 21, at Turner. I Rev. and Mrs. O J Haull'l'so/1/ ,"t i .

: ';::30 clock\ in the Lion's Den and I I Dropping later in the evening Jacksonville and Sheriff and Mt- SI F/o. Grade A, Dr. & Dr.

Members of the W. T. Week's earh member is asked to bring a for dessert were Mr. and I IP. D Reddish were visitor lnn

chapter.' U D. C. met at the home guest. Mrs J. R Chasteen, iiMr. and Sunday afternoon. lb.

11 Mrs. L. G Powell Wednesday i Hostesses for the evening are Mr*;. Inman Green, Mrand Mrs. Sunday dinner guests t of :MI Ja- HENS 49C

Mftrrnoon of last week for their'egular Mrs. Gladys U bbsfrs.. Leon Charlie Parker. Maxie Carter and and Mrs. B M. McRae \\vreI,.

monthly meeting. Co.hostescs flazelwood and Mrs. Margie Do\vl- John Anderson. ;i and Mrs. J. E Starling and chil! I

for the meeting were ing. The meeting will be presided iI I dren. Mr. and Mrs. J. ('. Sapj- ,

Mrs Mattie Gahagan- and Miss over by the new pi eillenlIrs.; Wiener Roast and sons and Mr. and MiV.. E !,'fr; \ ____

Etta: Tison. Katie Wainwright |: Thornton. 1IIWII1

The business meeting was pre The members of the Lionet j For Marc JacksonMr. I Curtis Wimberly of Tampa Customers' ,Sll'KR IWIIT( ; I OH' 1 rKI >

sled Powell over, and by plans the were president made Mrs for Club are supplying hostesses for and :Mrs.V.: T. Jackson entertained Owen Alvarez Benny McRae and iIi Corner Ib.
Teentown Friday at the I
evenings Ronald Crosby were dinner guest BOSTON S BUTTS 39C
in at a weiner roast Sunday j
attending the District 2 meeting UBO for the month of February of Arley and James McRae Sun- ,
Jacksonville on Monday Feb 18, afternoon in the yard for We'if 93 C.:':Jt! < ('7 Our

at the Jacksonville Woman's Club. their son :Marc who was celebrating day.Bro. Cake'

The club also to the Valentine Party his sixth anniversary AIton Dobbs conducted thtchur'h ALU.OOD; )
planned pay Your A&.P is V > }years )(//>;?
clubs quota for the year toward I At Lewis Home The ten little friends of Marc ,I services at Johnstown j tis.eek.. For it wa* about this Sliced lb.

the Headquarters Building in Richmond enjoyed games in the yard during I I' Baptist church Sunday in the absence time in 18V that our founder, BACON Fancy 4SC
,, Mrs. Lewis I the of Rev. Greek who is il!! ,
Va. which is to be a Memorial James entertained afternoon and rua"tt'llpiner? I Hartford
I in a Jacksonville George Huntington ,
to the Women of the South. at a Valentine party for her nine- over a big fire. The hospital.
year-old Baptist Sunday schoo! and other birthday caki .I pridefully opened the doors of _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
L.
Mrs. F. Chapman, historian, refreshments were ,served -
his modest little Vt-se- '
Presented a historial program on group on Tuesday( afternoon at the I from a table also set up in the llrilhroiiii Homecoming- | store on : ) SWIFT PKEM. \\ILSON\S SMOKED SKINNED
Street in downtown New York
Sidney Lanier, reading his life Lewis home on Church St. yard. Heilbronn Baptist Churc'h'II! : ,
I I Ib.S.MOKEC
Half Whole
have its the forerunner of today's A&.P. or .
Homecoming Sunday.
story, and some of his poems. The girls played games on th I The Jacksons were assisted .t HAM S SSC
During the social hour the lawn for awhile before returninginto entertaining and in I Isou's I March 2. There will be all clay j Even with hisiston., we suppose

hostesses! served delicious refreshments the house for'refreshments of r I serving their I singing and basket dinner. Every he'd be surprised to see

to the 12: members and one pink lemonade and heart decorated i, little guests by Mrs Blake 'I one is invited to attend and bringa i how his little business has

visitor present. cake. They were each given I Jackson basket: grown. ::: OK HEADY TO EAT

Valentine baskets of candy a? \X'(' think!: he'd be proud, Super Right lb.
<
Birthday Party .\.. favors. j 1 though, to know that the basic PICNICS 39C
"
Enjoying the occasion were Kay idea that guided him then, /0

For Gary Harris Dennis. Linda Smith Brenda I bring more gooj food to nime -

Lewis. Jeanne Pollet. Linda GaB I len has
rnone.
Little Gary Harri.celebiated people h/ (RISI' PASC :M.CELERY.
McRae
and
::4 Palsy Harper. teen for rosth.
j reason our
.
his last Friday third when birthday hIS mother anniversary, }lrs. I II I Vi'e pledge to maintain this 2 Stalks 11HEHEIU 1

Ira Harris entertained a few of Stork Shower I Stems like everywhere principle as long as there's an
I tall: foiI ly lost it one day last week in that'

hs neighboihood friends at a partyat Given By BSPMrs. I news, these days. everybody been indstorm\ Virginia Crews had I .A&p' _ _ _
their home at 215: Water St.
Mrs Harris cat neil out the W. J Studstill was surprised -I' or JUSt tome back from I htFair' a telephone call; Sunday: hour husband CUSTOMER RELATIONS (, HAHn HEAD) ((4S's) )

Valentine motif in decorations for with a tork shower given I and henI sit week in and! Wt'l'kJu..t Bobo from camp at Indian DEPT. Heads
Town Gap. Pa. he had been in'i'
the occasion The refreshment t : in her honor Monday evening by out typin' and gathering A&P Food Stores 2 15C
gossip the infirmary for 3 days last week I .. LETTUCE
table was i-eute.ed with a deliciourbirthday : members of the Beta Sigma Phi did 420 v.lngtonP.
I you see that cute picture with the flu says he's expect New York 17, X. y.
cake topped with a large sorority. in
: Sunday'"
paper of Carolyn ing Virginia up there for a short I ,
red heart and red candle J<'olIowingtheir regular bimonthly Edwards and Vernon Underbill. I visit next week.Margaret .

The 25 youngsters played game? meeting at the home of Mrs BHS'ers. that was taken on the Rees Ella Mae ("has. I

on the lawn the early part of the Leslie Biggs the members went tc midway at the Fair the roving tain and Mane Tilley celebrated KnalDOG Armour 'orned Bed

afternoon and received favors of 1 Mrs Studstill's home and surprised -I reporter said he thought they were their birthday. which fall this ( .old 'IIedaIFLOUR: FOOD Can jQc HASH Ib. can 40c

balloons, blowers, suckers and her with a shower of many 1 i the cutest couple he had seen there month, by having husbands. Pete 'II 5 lbs. 54c

ValentineThey later went into lovely and useful baby gifts andjerved that day and a,;ked if they'd posefor Cailton and Bill take them toSchenck's .\rmours I.eef

the liouse for refreshment. I cake and coffee. I a picture and keeping I for dinner last Saturday Laundry SoapOCTAGON Ann PageKETCHUP

: I I Starke in the limelight there little night Donnis Eons. has 111"t bar 7c STEW, 1 lIb. can 46

World Day Of Prayer Mrs. Anderson Thanks \ Carol Ann Pickett. 12 year old I rngstress. \' a letter from husband Bill; I 14 oz. bot J9c .
.Armour \ itnnaSausage
) was in the final threeentries I that he is Toilet : Bath Bar
Set For Feb. 29 Those Aiding Drive in the Crosby Talent t leaving Korea for a furlough :Soap _ _ _ _ _ _ _
: Ret and expei-ted home any time PALMOLIVE 2 for 25c 4 oz. can 21c
new Saturday evening and won now Lyle Anderson left" Saturday Kay Natural 1 ( heddur ,
Plans! are being made for the I
Mrs J L Anderson ho
\\ servedas a radio as third .* .
World Day of Prayer. Ftb. 29. an '\ chairman of the Mothers Marchon :, weekend the girl's!prize quartet from this ',) boarded for the Norfolk.aircraft Va carrier where he Fiav.u Dried Haln Lima CHEESE lb. 47' Fra I'entoCorned:

.. aleveitforVOmet. sponsor1d I Polio, wishes to thank the Leytefor BEANS 24 pkg. 23c BEEF 12 44t
.. the Genera! Department of iI | every I Baptist I hurch will try their 1 sea duty wife Mamie and oz. _ _ _ oz. can
one who assisted thir luck the
> PV' in making in same Talent Review, son, Mike, will stay with the :Sam
'IIIt 't *'Huron Women. I phase of the annual polio fund those appearing are Joan Tenly. Ander.
Two ti, ears ho thi observance I drive such a success She especially Patsy Ben ()n. Helen Haines and :, is working in Baxle. Ga this RICE, 24 oz. pkg. 32c 2 HAM 12oz. can. 57c
hel J in ''11." Presbyterian i thanks members ''Aliese Lawson cans 29c ,
was I of the Jun- wth Julia Lawson j week Lillian Stump has made

,,'hUrd\: \5t year in St. Mark'sEpiscopal I!! lor Woman's Club Mayor J. R. I I as accompanist Ada Lawson a flying trip to New York ..n a IVtt-r Pan :Salted: _ _ _ _ _ .\nn Page InstantPEANUTS
{
Yt'ar'
(. 'lUrl'h and this I, Wainwright. Mrs Edward Burns will actompany the girls to the shopping for ,
spree Stump s Dept 8 34c
it will be ho',J in the M 'thoJistChunli ;;; I and the Telegraph. : Fair. Dot Epperson !says store oz. can Sultana PORK. COCOA 8 oz. can 25c

I A total of $3 9.2S was raided by i "never agam"tIn those roller If you ever call Koch's and want I BEANS 2-1 lb. cans 19c '
u-mut-lV CoKon. leader coaster ndes Peter Pan PeanutBUTTER ( all i .
the she's still
Mrs Mothers March, Mrs. Anderson black to talk to Dolly, be sure and ,

UrgeS; all I'hun'h'omen to attend'' said. and blue from the go-'round with specify big or little Dolly, there 12 oz. jar 38c Dog Food, 1 lb. can 14c

theervuv which vill begin at daughter. Sally Ann last weekendat quite a difference you know Crescent CityCOFFEE

10 a.m. \ BP\V Notice the Fair. Dot Johns is I big DoIly is the talented gardener CrackerJACK A-Jax

moaning too from her wE''kendspret" .. *l-Ib. 59c
the other day she ...3-" 3 pkgs. 13c
-
Cleanser 14 oz. can 12c
Norn1an-Dobbs" The Business and ProfessionalVomen's at the Fair saw DrewReddish pruning the morning glory vines I ,

Club and party strolling around : and cut off the bottoms becaustthey Suds
v will hold its February down there hear that little I For Fabulous _ _ _ _
Mr. and Mrs O. D. Doljbs of meeting Monday evening at were dead-looking and left' I FAB pkg. 30c lona Plain or :Self-Rising:
Ige. -
Flip Graham had his picture takenin the nice green and couldn'tfigure i ,
Raiford announce the marriage of 5 o'clock in St. Edward's recreatiOn tops ,
daughter. Emaline. to Harold hall.Legion. the strawberry patch in the I out the next day why the FLOUR 25 lb. bag SI.58
their
Deodorant Soap FOOD STORE
Norman son of Mrs. Eve re f* E. Brad. Co. exhibit and it wa printed tops had died oh. ratand A & P

Norman of Starke. \ in the Tampa Tribune I to top it off she weeded out the ': DIAL, Ige. box 13c ______________________ _
AuxiliaryThe Dowling Auto Sales have been petunia bed and managed to pull ,
The marriage was performed 300 East Call St.
January 30th by Rev. W. H. Hall American Legion expanding: their offices and have I up all the petunias and leave the I Fozz AppleJELLY All Price. in this ad effective thru Sat.
AuxiliaryPost added Elaine Curry to the staff weeds think you had betteri
at the Pine Level pastorium. i I : 56, will hold its regular have you seen that big 21-foot i stick to clerking Dolly I 2 lb. jar 31c Feb. 16 Starke, Florida

:Mr. and Mrs. Norman are noW meeting Tuesday, Feb. 19, at i revolving umbrella on their carlot I.J Regret to hear Broward Stnck- .

making their honn a. 416 Ni o'clock in the Legion home. i quite a sight they near- land is ba k In Daniel! Unit t.f I -
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FEBRUARY 15. 1952 BRADFORD COUNTY TELFORAPH, STARRE, FLORID'i
........ I'1GE T'1I-T

I Mrs. Marcus Brown and daughter -!I Mr-. George, Flynn, :Mrs Martha I' Mrs.V J Epper-on, Jr and I![r :Mr and---Mrs- L D. Vining were Mrs. Peggy Shaller Mr" 1 1'r ,
I Florence and :Margaret: Rose i i'Wood and George Flynn. Jr. were laughter ; I ; \. v o'.j'.1 I*
,
ally Ann. from m Stockton. Ga
spent over the weekend J.=pps, Mr. and :Mr'I: '!: T ,I' \ .01:0: ,. 1"a :, ,, ",.
Duncan were in Tampa over the I in St. Petersburg last Thursday I Thursday to Sunday :
m Tampa visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Walter T.m-: ,.,.n Ste .. .
: .11.tho'\ !l-uK-r-M.l: .- ,
weekend as guests of Mrs Brown'smother i i: and Friday to attend the funeral! visiting relatives and attending merman.Mr Zoo .vot-kir i w.':: \1' -. ;al"-! :

Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald andalso of Mrs. Flynn'* brother-in-law. I the Fair amt. Mrs. Warren Perkins' or Sundax .st..r IrA: \\ \ ? '. ,\
Nil end :Mi-
1.in1.ln Hu"t nd ,
> int! '
attending the Fair and Gas- John Inglesby. Mr and Mrs Charlie Meyers of and :Miss Jo\ce Ward spent last f'ii'I t 'a' \1\! 1 1''r ". :-:t, \J. h, i! .. ,.. ? "]ItE' ,
panlla. I I IW I :Maj. Richard Kidd and son. Jacksonville.: Mr and MrLyle weekend! in Plant City and L.tkt ". j' :
N THE NEWS < :\! : *' II.'I t \ }F "I,
H. Graham and children. I|I Richard. III. of Fort Walton spent Anderson Jr Of Green Cove land with :Mrs Perkins' bioihef! 1 .... .! I'. '.' '.' _
Hank and Joalyce attended the the weekend. with the George Spring Mr and Mrs J. R J, C. and T J ] tn
._s srrrarrrrsrrrrrrMrs - - - ------- ------------ --- I Chas- Popprll ir.::01: Ms :\: : \: '. i _
Fair and Gasparilla from Sundayto Flynn. teen. Jr Sgt and Mrs R. V' Ward's aunt. Mrs Cbud1.', : .I"reof ,:. .n :'

Augusta Hillman Mrs. I Bill Harvey and Mrs. Nora Km?. Tuesday! They also picked up !| Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gunter and Turner and Mr and Mrs. Inman Tampa.Rev. ., .
1 \: ,
'
Bruce Dodd an daughters, Patriciaand all of Sanford. son. Flip who has been visitinghis family of Jacksonville were week- Green of Starke had and n.f' n '.n '
dinner Mrs
at the Homer .
Swmdall. .
I :\ "d MK I: \ M i"v \t..i : ,' 'i,_ "
Jan. of Ocala were Saturday Mr and Mrs. M. S. Sanders and uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs. i l f'nd.guests of Mr. and Mrs J. A. Lobster House in Jacksonville last Miss Dorothy Johns and Ed licks :, ,.f \
\
guests! of Mr and :Mrs. William son. Dick \Vytheville, Va. were W. P. Randall in Tampa for three i, Christmas.Mr. Friday evening The affair was a :, enjoyed the sights of Gaspatilli!! I '.\ ]
Morris Mr. and :Mrs.: weeks. : and Mrs. James Deaver
weekend guests of were joint celebration for Bobbie as a in Tampa Monday and! Tue- Mr and Mrs George W. Thomas. Guy Andrews.Mr. Mrs. Mary Lane and daughter. visiting :\Ir-. W. L. West in PaJj welcome home party, and for Lyle. J. Maurice Edward le.n.s, .'- -i :

Jr and son, Robert of Milton, Mary Beth of Jacksonville spent motto over the weekend. as Bon Vo\age weekend for Miami ..
and :Mrs.: S. F. Reyes of j!' r 101 t r. -
Mass, and Mrs G. L. Edenfield of Jacksonville spent the weekend the weekend with :Mrs.: Lane'I ; Mrs Calvin Houpt spent the Dr. and Mrs. T. Arthur Mosleyof t business trip.Carolyn -

Stuart were recent guests of Mr. Mother Mrs Bertha Pearce. early of the week visiting -....
with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Mrs. I I i I part Delray Beach were visiting Edwards. Shin I i. v S l'
and Mrs George W. Thomas. Sr. Mrs J. N Vickers and Mrs. Hj her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. their -on-m-law and Mrs Paul UnderhIll .
and
Sapp returned to Jacksonville with I I daughter. Rev. : : r
The junior Thomases and Mr I them for a short visit and is also i iI 'j I H. Adams were in Jacksonville Douberly. in Lakeland. andIr's.. T G. Mitchell from Tuesday Glenda. Carl Lamar: .1"1>" ,: '
Thomas. Sr. drove back to Stuart i Thursday. I I :Mrs. Dave Paulk and daughters
( visiting Mr. and :Mrs: Richard Ray. i to "l'Ida"f. this week Dr !, Vernon Underhill spe'i -
with Mrs Edenfield for a'islt I j I Mrs. Guy Sale accompanied )[1'. j Fay and Sylvia, were in Jacksonville Moslev was also attending the at the Fair. R e
and also visiting the southern part Dr. Marian Hay of Tallahasseewas Sale on his business trip to Daytona ] last Saturday. School of I
the overnight Monday I Evangelism in Jacksonville Mr and Mi f I I Kdw: ,!itt .. ,
of the state. Mrs Thomas. Sr. guest |1 I and Cocoa from Sunday toI Mr. and Mrs. W. T Zeigler and while heie.Mrs ,
R. P Stubbm-, Dr of .Jal'k*"n\1i.!' t'
Mrs
of spent
is recovering from a recent illness: Dr and I Tuesday. j jI sons Joe and Dick, of Jacksonville t n M A 1u1 ,/ A # t/ If
K: with MiK: r !
of education at Matthews: i'" Shepn
and ; r
Mrs. Ned Yancey had:! a.s iuh- Hay. a professor -on.
i I Mrs. L. F. Dinkins. Mrs.V.. B.Iundy. Wf're.i"ltin Mr and Mrs R. C. AMOS a ANDY
eon guests last Friday Mr- .J! p I KSt. save a lecture to the BUS Mrs. Charley Johns and I I Dampier on Sunday. E. L. Matthews spent Sunday at and i :\11"1 I H I :,h. ;j'':' I tc", !I RADio ,HnN
'
Stevens, Mrs, Joe Tunap Mis: seniors that evening Mrs Steve Simmons were in Live Dr. and Mrs Calvin Houpt will the Riverside hospital visiting.- .111.1 In; in : i\: .s \ / \ 1t/\ ., v'" "I ''lftR'RPXAI,UNDA .w.
I .
.-.'nior11': :Matthews who led .
(ten h
: Idu .
is slightly \ : POST' aooxSr
Oak on \Wednedav.ell I have weekend guests, Mr and 1 II i r .In
. | improved! t, JOURNAComplete
.11'\\\ fARM
"A
: .aiiiL'rowther -\ OLLliR
Charley K..lohns was in Mrs. E. \K. Houpt of Daytona
Men's Clothing
Friends of V .E. Hnw.nd ,.f c1'!.- ..:
wil\ be
!! ; !I rrflaiii. !-
I\II\ I ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894 Tampa on business! last Friday Beachi ha(JIPY ti.( hear he IS ..xi. t.-d hom : -, ,:'i.; T ,. ,,
Mr and !!"-, Martin Land and i :Mr. and l Mrs. Sam Anderson, \
th s we kend ttoin -- AQUPIRIUM
-:: mil were in Mayo over the week- Charles" Burton, and Mrs Lyle An- Knersule hospital HOME S\
wh. .
1' he
hah' !
under
.ml visiting Mr and Mrs. Robert I derson and son. Mike, drove to ivatnm and en nb- IT'S HERE

Lam ,i.ter. Sr and Miss Frances Camp Stewart. Ga. Sunday to visit tieatments. TERRicIC' !

Every Branch of land M Pgt. Cecil C. Talbot. They left Mr and! :lire r \. Geiger sail ii 'S __ 35cs J

f Mi and Mrs Don Patray and Mrs. Sam Anderson in Baxley. Ga. son. Nib.! .,..n ,..f( I rp; ;t CII\:, :SptT.s: : : : -,. '

tan nier Donna Lou. of Jackson- : where she i working in the bus wen vi'\U, .,,| t'It., .ts.of M I' 01, : y

INSURANCEH. ,et "'Hi vie Sunday visitors of their I station restaurant this week. Mr J! |I'i \11'\ ,\ I.I \I. "

par-.-m -. :Mr. and Mrs L O Hazen ] Mr and Mrs ('et il Sewell and I Jud,:e ls: 'r-: I 1': if.t"' I- ,
IUY W UIGE SIZE AMD SAYU
fmk and Antonetta Ferraro daughter. Pam. and Don Ray Tilley Miss Peggy: Hiiclim; .1.1 i T.I Save 39' Retail ASPIRIN

ot \. \\' York sold their 10 acre were in Tampa Sunday where Mr. see were weekend gu. -' ;! J"O RenASPIRIN FAM5US REXAU PROCCCtt i r\

C. WALL\( AGENCYPLEASE far.II. ...n. Route 201. near Hampton Sewell went to the Municipal Hospital i and Mrs il P. stuhhm-! ll tl ;: TROCHES ANTIHISTAMINI I I

toy. H Smith of Starke. E.-\. for a checkup They also Mrs F.ffie Johns had! f '--, 80TH FOR 54' __ __ I 69t61c

PHONE 146 Strom! Realty Agency handled thetransai 'visited in Bay Pines. guests Sunday nigh t h. :, HYDROGEN I'fROIDIIJS'r ;

-lion. I :Mr. and MrJ. R ChasteenJr. and wife "r and :MrK" >% ,. $110 Can Nome LIPSTICK J3c_ 39c
Mrs Ed White of Griffin. Ga ., Sgt. and Mrs R V Turner Gross ) A -* "J r 5YRU'-
of lavksonville RUILLANA COUGH
I
h.
i :
Constant Service Over 50 Years I -ui"I Iii' 1 r!
wathe overnight guest Wednes- and :Mr and :Mrs. Inman Green daughter:: -m-law. Mr ,pt.1! Mi I J I CARR MAKE NOME UP STICK I I i ONLY BOTH 1 I.JU CfT 80Jn.fl "f'C---APC 39c

daof Irs.V.. J. Chandler and : spent the weekend at the Brownlee Freeman .Johns" an.1fl| : art! \li <* MONACn COMPOUND
MrsV F Godwin. I cottage in St Augustine. fc MfOfClN/U/ TEASPOON lOCh Rpi h'( 49c 1.09
I Masttis ..
"f Lake Bull r .rid,| Mi- P ? rft i ,f- .. Du'> 'rase, c(8ci( Oc'teof
Pen and Mrs. S. D. Clark of:! Mr and Mrs N. B. Rosier were r
Margie! I frdirhill ot :-1.11 r ri" .::. hull CHERROSOTE I BOTH SACCHARIN '.AlLIn
89 311
Monticello and Sen. andIrs in Jacksonville on business Wed Si -3" : :-,g-s.'.. I ONLY 8ge ; Ii' :.000 t Rrt Soot

THEATRE Charley E. John!* will spend the nesday.Mr. :;:;

I weekend in Miami. and Mrs. Paul Underhill and Fountain Service Spate-Saver J Mi3l ANTISEPTIC pint 79e

STARKE Mrs Grady Mathews of Jacksonville sadly spent the weekend at the MEDICINE CHEST r f MILK OF MAGNESIA quart 69c

was: the luncheon guest Tuesday Tampa Fair. ( 4 RUBBING ALCOHOL pint, 79c

Dedicated To Community Service of last week of :Mrs. L. A. Mrs. J.V.. Kmcald visited Mr HELP WANTED BOTTLES :: .,'"Iabl, c"" 69C
I _, ,... .. .'. I'" r,,('I to t t" tlJ.I I MINERAL Oil. pmt
"Movies Are Better Than E\er" Is and Mr. C. C. : a
Davis Hoppe. in Tampa ,
j 19c
I 'c. .. 'js' 'CE f KLENZO ANTISEPTIC pint
Mr: and Mrs Charles Hardy and I over the weekend. .. ..: :.:rased

Sat., Feb. 16 ONLY Sun., Mon.- Feb. 17, 1$ familypent Sunday visiting Mr. 1 Mrs. L. B. Alexander of Waldo I

-I DOUHLE FEATURE ,. and )'Irs.l1Jiam Hardy in Lake! visited Mrs.V.. B. Alexander and CANOVA I C BOBBY PINS STORK NURSER
actsr r I iJ : I :Miss Wilma Alexander last Thurs- ", -c 'J' ,,0 ': WI, 7 t compete Bounce 'le 4m, | f""I' 3 'for 89'

', II.G.II'F, CitvMi and Mrs. L. A. Davis were day. fINE WRITING PAPER POWDER PUFF -
r' t4'Rtwsres/I ..' in Jacksonville on business! on :\11'-. Margaret M -Phaul of, Pharmacy Wr-3- -, .-., pts ;''i 'c, 33< Adrienne itlou'VITAMIN! '. t Pcr' 7c
!
'I' Qiiinc\ visited :Mm I it E .John I FEVER THERMOMETER BI, TkiMiw Ctlondi
/ IN PARISCEHEKELlYl Thursday. I Clarke. Fla C V. 'i c. tl: 98c 5,49
\ son and Mrs Ruth l..hnsn, .,. : i 3 ; 100 mg labljQl.; -s "eg $6
: tr -. I Mundorf: : and Maj. W HMundoif n i I
T e . ,
4p f.'. e Sunday II I MAXIXE CHERRIES Jumbo CHOCOLATE BARS
t _e-w 1n ce
Sunrla
\; ea a returned to Staike I O", j'i: 59 I'ltetis' plain, rr ilncnd! 1Q 13'
.:;-: ) : GEORGEGERSHWD4J : \ from a visit with relatives inSt --
': \ n...,rr I AIR ', 21a 25c
/ \ Petersburg: While there theirhl MAIL ENVUOPES c' Ie 3 packs lor 27c J50.000 CHOC SYRUP i "

r :: HOT WATER BOTTLE Dem >,..:,,;, ?Q.J", 2.29 HOUSEHOLD GLOVES ,-t .".r t, Bc
1 (fl" ::1| other. Roy :Mundorf diellIn> ,
,' PLAYING CARDS Ciuolter t''">sh a 1F IIl/a'y" ; > <; LESIIECARON Tue-du! : : of last week and they McGRIFF ,1/ \. KUNZfl TOOTH BRUSH -,,?? b"-" 'G( .,.. 27t SHOWER CAP -, ". c' '.i 1k
.. . . . saved for the funeral on Saiui- MOTORS L. f' He
'axe, AIR MAIL WRITING PAPER ., t.. 79< BORATED TALC '
i returned to his
t.1t Mundorf
daMaj
.J v .' .oma1 POWDER, PERfUME rt N -, r 'e'.", cc-t 39{ "
:. Ga Tuesday for o limited time! w, con offer you threeheavenly ALCO-REX REG 59e
L base Augusta.
in .
\1! r ( '(OKNEK) slides' in these famous nylons at CREAM SHAMPOO,f :, o. tes Re. ';c 59e fa
__ Miss Thelma Green and Nancy 1'EIPI.IE.: : \ PitTT; ,T. out-of-lhit-world low
,
I I'luslun frandpa'lla i .\ troy I prices THEATRICAL COLD CRUM Rein Rg S:OC It 59c RJbb nl a'ctncrmr, --n f
/' Ind! Mary Ann Dally, will spendthe I Perfect Balance, Hallmorlrd '4 ALARM CLOCK i,. ; 239 PINT 49C 16P
( artixui and I.ah..t111'1.1 "1'\" 1 Phone :2lJ!( : 990 Cllr- hi R: 9
AEPU&KPKTURF IS denier ultra sheers pr.
:StarktFla.. gouge
weekend with Mrs Emma
LEAD PENCILS Ii",,, Rf{ MottOc12lw27c' !

;AM J TIU.' ., Wed. Feb. 1K! :20iiooi () (Cie. ch in St Augustine while :Mrs 1. ness flattering weight; longer 30,denter-wearing;sheers b-M 890 pr890 POCKET COMB r' '' .- up 4eREXALl FAMILY COMBASSORTMENT ., .-. !
:\fl1l \' Dally is In Tampa on busi- I < ASP1ROIDS : cap-." Bctlif cl X 59c (
THE PINE RIOTS/, reUUOTT: [ MTMMII lJ..m-. WE ARK PLEASED! TO I VANCY-FREE. those eaqua-I,>-. /r
L MAX!THf BIO TOWN t I'S". A0CEthat _resisting seamfree nylons pr.BARKSDALE'S REA SELTZER 1.1' "; t", runl Ijts ?Si lit !-res': use'f
? ( >;(-COLBERT CAREY SCOTT |, Mr and MiT. J. Griffin reintneil I I BUBBLE BATH,e. r_'rol x ..>s ic( 1100! Age! fipg jCc \.t All lor / (
Fin Uuality! Vibrant new AMERICANA .
.
,
,
WHISK! BROOM -
home Saturday: after a COLORS for Spring! All Sites 9' i thru i III efc'fiJSe

NEE ? ,\-f.TS MAkE \\.I k's visit with Dr. and Mrs. C. : I Iou.awlh.wond.fv// OUIK BANDS >' Rexall, BISMA-REX.. ... ,
r. .ess.
AND .- ; ne have just WRITING PAPER tt -* 79c -'
( Mendoza Jacksonville employed
: in (l
!I MASCAI IS NAND !IC' 1N 4Jc (1., CIR'I 69. 8 'It t-
IT EGAL" ,\ :Mr and MiC. II. Nasworthy ;, C"ta, (_ SHAVfCREAM.. '" He ", le Aeg _'9c 69C'U' ;:;
/ \' visited Mr and Mrs. .1. T. Nas- I fP.t 10' t; h u,
\ FACTORY PEANUT BRITTLE 49c
Also "Hon Dare Ut'\iI" Min"A l Lau..t worthy in Winter Park on Sundax TRAINED MECHANIC : c" 1 1lafocA
uplT.m and quanhres oro J ? 'ev'I ,
:\IisleiTY Winkler flew back
"Fresh. Vetjjs" ('art< i I j and have also
to Chailotte. N. Monday where equipped our shop I i r:

: she is a dietician interne at the /

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE, FLORIDA



phasizing the chosen color scheme. |! ] Court and "all"p and you are required -. FKIDAV, FE.HrLTARI. .">, I'M '
I ( OFFICIAL fKALi, I writ E: OF IMI\TIO: I
A. J Thomas 10itC.I1
Prize winners on this occasion I II < ']1. I k .f : < rcuit Court, answer to or serve pleading. at.py to of j-r 111: iMiiinn I NVMC. dt ToC'.y tii .. ..* t'nknc.wn V. Ellison whose r.I I lM Ov. tr. \

STATE FARM follows for high l:> Mv.- T li.a-.tr, Di-puty th.C''lB. Xotiie. l- h-iibv i piveti that theiniderlirneil You t 1111 OTITO. \PPIII
I were as : score : lerk. plaint on 'h* Plaintiff* An > -iii. I are here i I .. -t Nitlii'e .lr..1t ( oRr*. I3rd5i .
v. ,
under .
i the r.'p."r.. i
I :/] 4t:2:: T. Frank) h.ii.ilrum. SiarKf., provisions suit for D\i-: -a- : .r. .. il r.rlda ; I. << "
received I : r ,
Mrs. Kincaid double FI"I"I.. theacer
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| a iof T!] .
'halt'i::!' : 11:11:
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By :Mrs. Bryan Whit field 'I and l file the i.,1; IBIIMI' ) I n, ; !1"' .f' .. I iu f Florida, agam.-t you" ;n.: ht ai.ivt named deuce -'I..1 \I'S) 'I. II 1 1 .11** 'I'1h''r "M't
deck of cards for second high NOIK |J 10 APPKIH I j.V. is" of P'41. will regi-ter with the Court I 1'nknou !p I
; (.1 the (c'I."f' the i'I-I.; 'f.' I''i'lerk and cause and you are reiiuired :$ Till ki I. IL fend.ii
In Clrrnit ( ...rf. Ilradfurd ('..un. before ri of the Circuit '..)ilt in and tn I Y-u are hereby notified that I l
", .r the serve
| score Mrs. Wilson wa awarded Florida : I 1'ith' 1 d.i\ .f( :Mj'-h. I for fl'tadf'-\ a copy of your answeror suit f.- a C.- N
la thanrrrj.charle II *:32 i: : othernith.I ."I] .ir.i- ,, "unlY, State of Flori. pleading to the complaint \.11.. i t Tn \.r.
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Kridge Club )1rl'lin 1 attractive made the' r. TSraun: PIa ofaid da. upon i.-, pt of proof of on < f tac .
an apron by 111' .ff. \ Elsie Complaint, \\ JlI'" t.tkcii; ptibli- the Plaintiffs Attorney Zach II I', ." -
last week i H. i'-'aui!, Defendant .. a- U.ition of tlii* n..li'lIh" I ., S
of fictitious
Thursday afternoon hostess and the cut prize a similiar I I 1 I onfed )by yr>u Douglas. SOS Lyn. h Building. Jack p-S Si ; I' ; _
Case \.. This notice ; ) name of Pinehurst Tourist sonville 5 ., ,; .. : .1
-JS22 shall be Court Florida : r. '' '1.- 1 .
:Mrs. I* D. Fancher. Sr entertained Mrs. Wilkes. To '1 I Ni.llce Te published once I under winch; ram in and file the or' .:: d! *. '. .. ., ; ril ]ii ; i .1 .1
eh engaged m
went to budm inal in of '
apron Appear.'w week for 'four consecutive the offire of the Clerk ffi .fy j our >r l I.x i i" .
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the State Farm Bridge Club. Her Mrs. Williams and to Mrs. Collins ,, To ;i.. eeks in the Bradford County T-!<". n.al Route I I. Box 100. Starke, Circuit Court on or before n. 'I! I iat.\\ I''- .:11 rj.: -> the Cotn- .i1-t I \s.Ii tI
Florida Ian s.
home the setting and a profusion I ulefi, tand address is- Route i. Oaihouay ; I I graph. day of March. 1352;; : other, i-. th p : in. 'he Plaintiff Aitirnevs. I'sI'" and HIlilil -. S I .
was handkerchiefs were presented as :I : Township. Egg Harbor 1 Anna Albteiht and Fred )It.ran.6n..r" allegations |IF. K I', rman.. Iark. 0
City, Paf-d this I) iith; iU> ..f F'brti.m .. of said Complaint will be Florida. | ) il l to -. \ I
azaleas: added tc New \\ lloiite I I. MOV I land file the \
of colorful mementoes of the party. Jersey. 1 !I:32 I"", Starke, taken as confessed by you origin- office ..1 -\\ 1'r ,pi.,: .t,* ,

Before the I You are hereby notified that a (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. I Florida This notice shall tie i hiCircuit C..- efore tb3rd I oi. M J.t I'la.i.) '. .
Its progressions Thomas. published]
beauty. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellowhad Milt for Divorce, custody and (con Clerk of the Circuit 'I Dated: this i..th day of January once each week for four I : day: ..' M othei \i i I". L I' .,! -. '..I-, x I' \

Mrs. Fancher served a dessert trol l ..f minor rhildren awarded to Ey Myrtle T. D'av"r. Court 1\ D. !i'I:;;:!. at Starke, I'.iadford: weeks in the Bradford consecutive the all' i. 'S 'otiipla.n', -. nx :. K]J. ,. ,1 ]I.tI!. ,
Deputy County
as their guests Saturday Mrs. j I the Clerk Count Florida Tel- will i 1. i
included defendant and other relief has ) J'raph'; I by d I hi .
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course to the players who 2 S 41 2 ."> y..u .it! 5.
George Manassa and her children. 1 I been filed against you in the above! ; 1 :23!:; 4t 2 13j :; Dated this 'Cth day ,.f Jan I 1I. r. > :. I t.. i ished; n".,.. i C. .1 .
dub members! and Mrs. E. 'i'named Court and 1952. ar\ ::1,1] \\.j i'K f.- ', ,
cause and you arei "nTH"i: TOPIKlt isectitiveVlek lax i :M.r. 5
of "UTlnro-"I"; .
Jr. :
L. F. Celia George. and Christine required to serve a of In Circuit I :,Ht (OFFICIAL !SEAL' \ oil n.! > I'. I ,1'! 1 Tt t
I). Williams visitor of Mrs. i i ropy your answer I (Court Bradford Count In ) A J Thrma.. 'lty J ie- u.l < i .Il' '.
; Green Cove Springs and Sunday or pleading to th- complaint riorldnt In Chnncrrf.I'Jeorge ? Circuit { ''lIr' Ilrndfonl County. Clerk of the Circuit! Court graph i I" *. H .1 SI. _

Chapman. At this meeting high (,n the riaintiffs Attorney T Frank K llo.val l'Iurh.I l1l1 In Chaucrrf.Harhara By Myrtle T Deaver. Deputy' Dat ittl thi- :'M' 1.\ Janu.iM, Tl., n..t -i I II. \ \
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barkley and I'l.untiff.) v- Clerk, "
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score prize was won by Mrs. L. F. Landrura. Starke. Florida. and file ; Fay Tloynl.", I '.-t'. n.I.t. nt.tlt'f' :X'-varr. T'laintiff.' \ B Fred I 2 l 4t2: :!::! :. .J. ,1 h u. ., -
their t children and Mike the original In N svarr. Difendant. i'a-e ( OFFI.1.. .-E\ !. .
Margo of the office of the c.i *. X -. X" 891Ttirv i \ I Thoni.i I K- ,11" ii iS I r '
Chapman and bingo by Mrs. Herbert Jacksonville. Clerk of "he Circuit Court on or '\.. To .\ pp""r. > I > To tppenr. MinCE TO APPEn .tS l'I..l.) -.id Court ipi",

Thomas. The awards were befor the 25th; day of February, To Kdii'i: t .Fax I Ito.x.il I wh.dence .-. > 1 To F'fl X'-vair. w ho>e reidenc In Circuit Court. UradUrd Craatr. 'P T f. :r\- '. l"Hv I '" rk 1\\ "I' i! II.. -

handkerchiefs During the wt't'kendlrs.. Gerald l 9.2.! : otherwise the allegation,. ,ofaid and address i* : i l.Kln.nfel.1: I'. nti-yUaiiia., Florida : In OaD .r,.. .' : 4t :;' H' ; "

hot plate pads and ) Complaint will be taken as con- 2420v.. Vou are hereby notified that a suit I Beatriie) Al.ntin; Harmon. P ,., I ; I I I I I

respectively. I Cox and daughters. Misses Patsy ,i fesed bv > OU. J I Grove Street Richmond Virginia ''for i >,t\ ..r' .t n.l a r.-. "II t..lIand I II Iff", i d" nr "c H.irn-.i, .. !i. ".!- 'tTCp TO IPPK: til I .

and Lois Irene Cox. (.f Orlando This notice shall be published : You are hereby notified tha) < "nll..1, | >f in ii.-r ihild has been filed ant. i'n-. :X t?>."-. !a ( Ir. mi Conn. llr.-idliuri Connl' i" "

I Ilrid ('.l.undll'fln I once each week for four consecutive : !'uit for Divorce has a ..1:111"1: 'MI the above. named I :>".. visitors Mr and Mrs. J.M. been )
were of weeks filed | Coin I I ami anil t 1.\ .l-I] i'l.----- jI
in the Bradford against aiie you are rel'iir To Krn.: iiu .I '
narcissi and County Tele- you in the ::1"" .' .. -t C I H.t r n r. \\ : '
With the white of ni- d il! .r.r I. I- I
Bradley and of Mr. and Mrs. graph.Dnttd; Court, and caue and __ i \ a .opy .f your an- r. 'idi-n.-. !.* I't )V''i.\\ r. I'" "' I IS
you ar- '
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the pinks of azaleas and magnolia thi." :;.:'nd day of January quired to i .r .r vle.i.liiifr. T.> the complaint) I Ii Yon are h.-rtbv \ \ol n i III \ri-i tn
serve n.'t'fu-d!
R. H. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley ..' a copy ,f y..urm- | .,-i] TI-| 1-Li.ntilT"! that ft ;" .. In li. 4 .. nit i t
i ):: ;Iswer i or Attorneys Kvan suit for T'iM-r. .. t.prnr : iiri. lii.oimril" i I .
ai.d! interspersing lacy fern also had Mrs. Vance Geiger of'Jaeksonvilje ': pleading to the complaint! I | 'I, l :\ .. .m.l X..al F) Kvans. .Ir .nit if-toratior' ff -I. ,t. I I l'.iriil.-i : In i hiiii.-ei .
OFFICIAL 1)
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Thomas.
AMh.! v T l Ft ink. i 01\! : Law i\.hanfre a- i i." n f !1..d .ten- ; I I II.I -u '
Mrs L. F. Chapman acheived a their Clerk of the Circuit Court. I I Laiidnini.) \ Slat !ke. Tiuilding. Jack- you in 'h.- ;.1.. \ .
as guest Sunday. j I I I : Fb.inl.i: in.l", j. | -oi.\l, I Ii!. Fb'iida ..111 file the rnp s Y .1. "
beautiful decorative effect in her By Myrtle T. De-aver, Deputy Clerk. ''the' original, /in, tl.. "fti... .. .f 'I.|.e ". I -I- ..ffi. originil ; Coiirf ai, il Ca'1': r.._ I :.Ii. ,. 1':
( n\ ) of f the Clerk of the .. 5'I' i "" "
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After having visited Mr. and I 3/3:; 4t 2/1 the Circuit Court qlllr'ii tn rvswer _
5 when she "n or before c i -. Coiii-t, on) or before the r ."n 1 '
Tuesday Feb. 25th; > ..I -
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home the ':
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Mrs. Herbeit Thomas since Saturday I. ,1 I \ .f F> "ru.II.1". '. :! : otherwise I "' "
Mnicn in I| otherwise "I' 'J.) '''It'

nleitained at a bridge-luncheon. Mrs. Irene Roberts returnedto In Circuit { ....rt. llr.-i.lfor.I APPIAU County Complaint th-\\) Iii! all.-uatioi-! tak.! .f .- ,} -t.-, o.* aid Ciimplaint will I &t. ,i. ", -,. ,t.. ,. I '. .I -- 01! i |t.. \
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attend the event ri :i- 'ifessed S' .d"'IIl: confessed by I S. i .
invited
Those to you. .
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Clori.la : In Clmnrrrr.Floren. : by "Is i I' .1.1 o n.iaie
Starke Bridge her home in Palatka Monday. ] .. .' '..11.. "' .. This you. This notice shall be published II "; t ';, 'I..' "
were members of the r .oIa r Plain- .I notre" Mi!i.,1i! I 1.- HM I >i.-d once each week for tour consecutiviks '
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Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland I "ff. N- Will H. an Wol.-tv.-r I lit f. once each week r ur A .
Club and several additional guests; nil- | f.t fo.j. ,'i-e, > \f \\'-.> in the Bradford County Tele 1.1. ,1 : ,
ant weeks \ nip)
and) their of Gainesville.! Mr. : Ca.-e ;.i. vii."i i in the I flFaht.ld:' r.i'i'i'.y) ': Tol graph. -
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Mrs. Fletcher Burnett of Gaines on .N.*llr* To Appear.To srraph.J952 '. .. .5 ." .
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ville. Mrs. E. D. Williams who is and :'o!!'!'!. Lyle A. Noland and I Will I De.mVolavci-, who.t.idence .*- I tttd Ih" h' ii .I.I I !' :. il.ij .1' Januavy, b-I tal;, ,, '" .' I.I j'
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their daughter; of Orlando and Mr. isrnknowri.. j, : : OFFICIAL SE.\L) ; sI 1 ; .1..1 -.
A. J
Z.: Thomas. ,
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Mrs. iierk i '
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Mrs. Chapman. You (OFFICIAL 1. fk .
visiting are hereby notified that a .E \I.) A .1 ( \ .
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.Adkins. Mr*. O. L. Beasley Mrs.; and Mrs. Marcus Reddish and I suit for ['h'crrhas been filed I II j Clerk 'f th.- ('.1', ') )I' '"''Ir as t :! ., l 13- :Myrtle T Deaver of tli'Circuit Deputy Court Clerk: I j \v, .. = t- if ,. 1'" .1"1 :;'. "
against :in the By Myrtle jgrnphI
you above named I T. D
their sons of Hcilbronn m-r. fl. -
Wil Springsspent 1"1,1/ i TJ;:: .
Joe : 4t
Jeannette Kincaid: Mrs. Court .. ; INOTIC'K 1 i.-t ,1 "
and 1';' Uf' and you are required > I I' -
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son. Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Mrs. the weekend with Mr. and I to serve a copy' of. your answer :, In TinCiri'iiit ( 'unit. ":i_It"1; :I Iinl TO .\PPF..UCIn I tt'Fj.', -, ,"I, ;

Contract i in Mrs. A. C. Davis. ..r pleading, to the complaint on the I .- Circuit Of l-'lurlilM. In tint K.. Clr.-ult Court, Hrnilford I ]f'1 "I'T." ,
Collins played r County "'. ',
Ruby I I'i.iintiffAttoiney.. Xach II Dousr- 11 raj ford Count ; In ('.'ll"'n. Florida: In Clianrrrj.T'oniinii t' ( IS ...

the mOl ning and they were joinedfor I Mrs. L. ... Shepherd and Mrs. W. !a. ]Sn.'i; : I.vn. h HilildinK. Jackonville. 1.tiv I! I7.ion, l I''aintiff.: > \ k Vmendol.ire) I'liiui' > ff. v T.V M\ j'V T f..o\ Ii. -. \ I
drew\
Florida and file the original I I. Ka-oii.I I 1",1, .-,,, : '101'I.t i '
a seated luncheon at one o'clock NT. Noun were suests of Mr. and I I M.iiy Ann) ndolaie I I', f. )iidaiitC.t.e -
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in the. office ..f l he-Clerk, ..f t the Circuit filer tad \,,lle. To 'PI..nr ,

by :Mrs John Love Wilkes' of Jack: : I Mrs. G. C. Richardson in Crescent L Court on or .before th.I 1 17th dav In I) The I .Vain.: .f TI I. st ,it. f r : 'N lth..4. Toppenr.. No M'I"1 \ : TO tpprui S I s 'J, I

50n'II"Irs./ Marcus Brown and City Friday night and Saturday. I of March T'.L': otherwise the :tII.,- da T. : To :M.dAnn, nib, In In Clrruil t iiurt. Krndri.nl l ....n". '. I I I
I : uho- Florida
Andiexv i i 1. K.i- r> -i illellle i- : In t hai..r1111t .
frations of said Complaint will : -n I" 'I' I
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Covers were Stleet I !sS- I ITIS: l.! \\1", I I'.look-:, ; 1 :
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Ifrs L D. Vining. I Mrs. I... F. Chapman and her taken as lonfessed by you SprillUl. !101 I I"I x i' i IT'-
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V.HI are he.b\| I 1.1.1 .t ; \ i .1' .i .
handsomely appointeddining 1 This notice shall be published I ;not | | 'ha'I, t ioi
the -nit
laid at j Yon
visitor. Mrs. E. D. Williams of St. I h ha; lieeii br-iiith'' nr*' hereby notified. that :1 .
week for four consecutive >
once each iui it'i, I '
table. It.* et-nter piece the Cin) uit) in suit f.-r 1i,i\ori-e, iiie ','r..d\' .111.1.1contr.I % IT TII \ Mini i :
room Louis. Mo. spent Friday and Saturday weeks in the Bradford County Tele- '' ., '') I'oiuit.x linear.T roPPI : \ It
blossoms further em- graph. Fl,,"III.. bvlatx: ) I Kioii: ?) ,iilaintiff. .f minor hildretiother an.1 1 : I.l"" .T 1 x >I. A In i in nit! 4 .ourt llraillnril liiiinlt

of exquisite in ksonville at the Dated this 13th day'of February. it ml xoii are hi-ri) ) In' ,, .| 'Iir..h) .. fil. .' ,I ivluf I has 1,. > II filidagrain.t I r.- ,s- Tarx. i \ .. .. I b.riila : In. < bancrrtV 'Cllltt III1'1'1 I \11|
I iper-oiiallx' bv you in the above named \ I are h.-rl.v M.i In 'i ii ult (
I' 'I i attorn.-x I } i with the riontud, tl.a i jJ I r \ HUH. Iii a.t'.r.1 i ,, s., .
I George Washington / ; (OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. J. Thomas) t .It'11-; of *anl Coin)j vmir ii rilt.." its Court and cause and you ar- required 1- i suit foi 'i.k ..r.... I.." I but. f Ii1agaihr \ I \1 '. .11"" I I..i iila : In I hiinceri

Hott'I I Clerk of the Circuit Court. fell--; if .111\'. I.. tile Hill of' I'.Hllplaint I-- to serve a copy of your answer you, in th "ato\, nanil I 'I- ';4' 5'. I I U .,II i.V\ K ..

Iy! !Myrtle. Deaver. Deputy Clerk: i inaid' 1I1f.i t a iiI to *< riv n or pleading to the complaint Court and eau*.. and > IIJ ,a > e r> i, %oti,T Toiiear.. M ) .M \ i I" i I I. k t .
PHONE 218 -I t true and on the PlainliffIt..nit" '. William To A' .-' t < i ', '
'. complete' i opy of *aii'; de quired to serve a < opv .f v.-ir ansxver in i Mi) \\ b ,-. 1 i .. \
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fenses. upon I Itav Selden.; .\ t I Morgan. ;,117 Clark Pliilding. or pleading to t ;, ,, I in--.1.! i n," ami obli, 5- :It\\h > ''titt To tpiirnrT.
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III Circuit Court II m
COLONIALFLORIST Floridai In Chancery: i \OTICR-: I City of Daytona lleach.) Florda. ;[, original I III the office of the Clerk Evan T. Evans and N.-al I I' Exans: Yo i al. S i. I v -, ,,1 I 'thai I ., In- ri *i-l.' n., k *

Donald W. :Stilt riaintiff. Marie : 'IO APPHUt )I or, .before the 10th day of on ''of' the Cin 1I111''III.t on or before the Jr. 10":! Taw Fxihanp' I suit .r I I' ., .1! i '' .rat ion oi > ai > In i. ,i.i. i.\ I" .I|
Stilt. Defendant Case Xo. 8943 } In Circuit Court. llrailforil I'oniily A. March.' I I' :2..th: day ..f Piitlding..1 .
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1S.12. and : | February, 1C! 2 Jacksonville defendant .
otherwise 'p..ti.1 .
:Notice To Florida In (')bancery.Ern''t voii are Ii.i, .-Ii, !1!! > : Fl".rida and file the 'n" halt I. S< -i.! r .I.X..I. i ,. '
Appear.
I i I further notified I allegations: ofa Id Coni- ifriginal i in the .. filed against you in the dl>
that ove
I volt hall .ffp"f The Clerk natn) 'IK I I > "II)t I M 'ti's.I,
To: Marie !'fltt. whose r.-id..n"1, E Harrell. Plaintiff othern j i.e coinply with tic, law I I plaint will i I... taken a. confessed of the Circuit t""ln I Court and caii.-e and you arc required '.,'ilt t Hill I l ',\
ill i on or before i all- 'I I ,
and addr> :: Madie L. Ilarrfcll J Itefendant. I I I ltd ai II |11]
*-s is1:143 :2'th! Avenue, and by .
about .
"S'j the y.u.This the 25th; I to sei\e ,,
San Francisco, California. f'a.* No. Herein defense fit this liit I day IIf February 19T.I:;:! : a i opy of your anuer ) (1''Mil .1 to sei, v c a '' [1'.I| \ ,
I notice! .
fail not or jlldKlllt'lIt shall he published otherwise the I oi pb ailing\ tn the -u ,
Notice To will|) allegation .f said i'oiiiplanton .r p' |I. .111' "Is U:: i i > e.n
You art hereby notified that a Appear. hI' .nl"I'.d '" j once each week for four consecutive, ,... the Plaintiff', "
!- '"-' .vii The Complaint will tak Attorney, T Fi.itik i iL5tiIi I Pl.inrtiu, .
nature n a- S,5 ,
suit fur divorce has been fil. 4 I T the Bradford
purp.n..f said Mlif I... a lIit', County Tel i fe.sseij by you till). Starke, Florida and Ill i p. "" i- :.>I r. t i.% I n. n I r, I i.i..i.!
FLOWERSFOR against you in the above named I and address I Is! : :!OS: Trade for divorce and to dere.he graph. This notice; the original in the ..ffice of
Plalnriff. *hallof' published the sol\ ilie Flo'' ,Hi inI! ,
Court and cause and you are re- :j Str.it. Tarboro North Carolina. I Mary H Kason. to I.,. the r.-r- Tinted thi. l th day of January.: once each week for four roncu I Clerk of the Cin oil Court on or before al in the off"i. i t I 'Hi.')l'" ) I k
fiuirrd to 'rrv..py of your an-I You are hereby notified that a suit oh' all ;"n'liv'1- ... 19: :? the i
> half interevt, tix-e week in the Hradford County :Srd day of Man'h. Ilt.:! : Cir.-uit Com' t -n .
ALL OCCASIONS Mver or pleadinK the complaint for Divorce has been filed again I m the I (Or.f.'T.\T. !SEAL; i 'oi. i :
following i de cribed i property, ) A. J. Thomas, Telegraph otherwise the .allegations ..t said day "f Mai. ,h .
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on the I'lalntitCIh.rnl")'. T. I you in the above named Court t.- w it : I Clerk of the Clrc lit Court Dated thi* 24th day of Janllar1 \'. Complaint will I... taken a.- 1011fessed .1, -.ml.1I i Itahl.gatj.'ns ,

Frank Uindrum. Starke. Florida and cause and you are required to j Easterly one half of Lot I. By Myrtle T Deaver DepVty) Clerk ?I*.;:2! by you. I be, taken .t'S ,1) npl.m.

and file the original In the office of I serve a copy of your an-swer or I -ilock 12.:! except= th. Wevf 64 feet I 1254t21:?:; I ::; lOFFICIAL SEM.i T Thom.i"cjei TIt,* notnehall) b<> publish'il Tin n,.t i I. Ii. I II I i ..> x., '
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i pleading] to the complaint on the and except the South s once each week for four PI
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I ? feet of -- k I .f ]ii. .r.nit, Court consecutive; .11 c i .n b 01. I k i f -.
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or before the 3rd day of Marc] }'IlInliff'stt" n. '. .A. J. Thoma. the West 4." '..,.t weeks conweeks
))5 of Hie in th.Rratlf..id
Py Myrtle I
East I T. Deaver. l Deputy Clerk County TiUe- h. "I'1 '
in t oil I
one I
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19! :;! otherwise the of1in.nl I Jr. !Stark .. 1 half of TnI'I'I.aU ''it" -
) ; allegations Florida and fit.it said f. '
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Pluck 12.:! I In firrntt Court, llrndfnrd 1 :2!::; 41 :2! i 15oTirnio I :; graph
County.
Complaint \\U1 tc taken original in the office of the Hodgman' ,
S as 'I Clerk J I Subrlivi-ion. -., j.J rtnriilas In Chinuierry. Dated Ih- ::"fith d.iy ..t Januarv.: Datm thi '' -t, i iin
< onfessed l>y yon. of the Circuit Court on or ,before the ; property being ils,, k'noun -i. :2i: i>41, J I'":.2 I -.;

This noticehall l.. publi-h I I, 1 ;:.th day of February 192.! ; ..th.-i r- T.oomis Aniie Ila\ 1"11. I IVach.: KatoHerniie Kllison. Plaintiff. \ APPCAUIn I (fiFFIdM.; SKAI.i .\.1 Thoma*. (OFFICI \ (, SF. V \ I '!
each week for fun .. .. "j 1-- the Florida. Coy V. Klli: "
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on. e on III'' \ allegations of said Complaint Cot. c'I.| t k < f ,11., i 11. uit Coin I Clerk

DISH GARDENS week.in the r.iulr' .: fl c. '1 <11T.- 10- ; will be taken as conft-ed by I. and to furrh.-r. )hold a iii ,!I. . I t \ Case ;.i.'. Mi.17otlre :! r'ol"da : In f'haA..rT. PvMvtb I T I 1'\ I I l'> \i'iit\ '1..1.. I By Vvillc: T. IV o- r. n' '
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Voli be ilitesteil of ToJlfI".r. Cordi ( ner-tre. t. I'l.i? r-' 'f 1:0.:
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POTTERY Dated it I, 'i-' .t" % notice shall be published in and t.. vanl propeiti) ,i' .1| :.Mary

once each week for four conserntivewe I! Kao> be 111\| -1.,1 Ml'leUiMl I j I --- --- --

ks in the Bradford This toti, ;ii .. -hall b.I
County Ttlei :'ptiblih.] ,
POTTED PLANTSFLOWEflS 70 RdiaNaTty 11' : -"> oflee 'l Meek I lor folll l
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,1 Kited this 22nd day of J.iniiniy. !1 "Illl'ol.1) I'i \ -1'. l I. .
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WIRED 11' "FFI< MT, SEAL. ) A. J. Thoma is. I I!''I \\'itO'--; nix hand, n.l the i .f ,
this folirt-.it
ANYWHERE of the Circuit Court St.-ii k- l I':> i.lfo! | .| c "IM,

P" :V> tver Deputv Clerk H-. ,IPliM' ,ula.. tlii-, j ttl: It .1 I tt>- ..( I.', (I", Getting the
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BUY .ft iE YEAR ''Vi..rh'i Plaint : ( \ car

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BRAND NEW ; \i I1 II Von ;ir<- her. bv notified that

Mii.h' .It: for |1I.I! | 1 h.'en a '

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ELECTRIC PORTABLE i FI".I.) a i.I) file .
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SEWING MACHINE .March 19.':! : ..theixxi, ,i-. th. ilhui .
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.ehl :said Complainl) I
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I irv hula i I taken) as confessed l b\ x oil

.Ie. F This notice shall be published

MS c .rk ince each week for four consecutive

.. :a :?! 2:! weeks in the Bradford County Telegrnph -

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i Ml 1-0'. Hills lr.2.:D.ited' thi' 2nd il.h"r F. I biuarx,

\ tha: the ll..nr.i ..f i (OFFICIAL
Designed by SEAT.:
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\ ...missioi -; of Hra.1f"I.1 | Thomas

', Uirida wll receive ..,'at..l) BvI'rl: Clerk of the Circuit Court

Raymond Loewy Assoc. Fi: 'I I sit in A V. M-< rcri ?. v.hase i II" T Deaver Det>"'v Cl l ."-''

., "-.. hv t the T-u-4l of :2S! 4t 2 ,".

hI "taVe boilv itunm
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follnwiinr, ri.irl.In llrnilford Conn>,
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COMPANION I 1f"'II.r h
'". \i. k. \\ ith ,lelt.. "'..J.h.Welch Plaintiff. \ s T. .

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4 R I .Jeanette "'.,1, h. "I I .
1 I deuce i is: 1'nknown

'1 !" t" j i' ". Ton are hereby notified ,
ilv l 1':ni I uit for Divorce Miaf!" -i
has beeti t f 't. ,1

1' \ it,. n ,I., i i.... lOr i Court against and you CaP in; the and above ,t-i > ii J .,;-
: you
S in all iiiired| ,, to verve n of ne r. -
copy .
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v., (,ffS 'I the! Plaiptifi') -
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te,1 ,li the off ,..1 'f.e i /'I.| i I k ". i ( Here's how
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:! C "t :2! :- taken a-, r.f. il h\' > -1 you can
This notice;
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In I hr I Irroit l ..Ii rt (If Tfce KidblllludirUI J' l once iv- each week for four cotieciieek ) ) ':1' .--

rlr.-uli Of 1 lie lnle. OfI'loritln "? in the Bradford i c, utitv I
Telegraph"i .5.- I r. -- Of course lod.II"i eMS or'ji '
ItradforJ
5 YEARGUARANTEE la tad I'.r I /
i I Th L': I"I! .". ,, f I. ; ,
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i o.nlnl ln < m: ; ji finrst CMT built.

FULL CASH PRICE .1 It.ink; At :-t.lIl-: .1' 'orpora- (OFFICIAL CY,#
I PEAL)
!i'lamtiff. A- I',1', : '! . of the Circuit arc vonttrng)
r at.1 Defendant Court
St
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Myrtle _
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raver, D ; -
> i.ti i ir "10 \i prar: "nutv cjerk. !!tso of your car?

l Pr S Vi. t.- St John and :all! 1,2" 4f 2 r,

lainune. ntetls by I OTCn TO H'PRHt : You can be sure only if you
h. under'I. iain--t Dr :S 1 .
) :Jin Circuit :
DIE CAST ALUMINUM :St.: .lnl.n .1 j to I ii. n.iitoi, : rift"...,: In Cbanrrrt..rt. Ifradford<< Cnunti.I : .. for your car the host i.f t /thn! .

i FRAME herein "I., d- 1 Ixbl'e: X V-
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.ar- 111111.1, t th.it .1 I1.H WelltZeli. f II 1 F'U! < t \ NoNox gasoline, car S"TH'i, a"
>ef. ,1 1 ,
: I STAINLESS STEEL K be. .1 l ui ili,- ". t nrCan.. Get SURE-FIRE Gulf sorres.And.
N. k'. .
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MOVING PARTS "our' ird .i. To ppear.1t. .

I.is24t .1. \ lla WentZt-Il}, 1h)i.-. r.--il. .nira1 that's; PxatiK 141, i I. you
SIX DIFFERENT STITCH A ." L I I 1)K) Ti''n. n. .. '

t. I V''.ii .1" h.---bv! tiiII > r" ,I 'h.1t 1 for more smiles per gallon I.t! when you (,< ) (,1' I If'I I lot '. 1Starting
LENGTHS BY ;
EASY CONTROL If..,
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S ] V- 'l.l I.. #.j.,1; snap tr ,,t get acti ., ith\ .
.. iK.n'i-t car's sake, get dl '. .., oil\' )
u) in) the) I' ', .
NYLON I 1
BEARINGS
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I lit I' a'l'i 4ii-e from motor iast !
and your .
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FREE BUTTONHOLERWITH SEWS AT 5 DIFFERENT 'j .M.I .1' "r\ a op\' \
n r .
/t'le.-nl na: his fast, friendly, and cOlirl.I'

EACH MACHINE PURCHASED SPEEDS BY FOOT CONTROLDEMONSTRATION \1, .i r "Ih.. rirf.tr, f f \ -I'
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.\a' 'f' K\an- :ai.il :N. I service toda !
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pubi.-hed! 11\'* ..,. Ir S TIh.i '" I .I ir ,.
-- : : .I' rnn.-ei utive Ur.olf: oJ"! -i vi t ri 'r.jft! : ufid anew Rapid acceleration. ; ". h./ .r. (,ui; '" ... ,

1 ,,, 1 I.Telegraph
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'. > ."un11'.1.. Dated tha: H-M;, .l.n f ;1.. 'U'I':1: the! open annoxing knocks. ,li. get! : u 00 meage a r.d pv..er
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turn clay is1! ;
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: \c1i 'OXvA -s-YoRS1; w. ti, y : ind and offli ial! (OFFICIAL !SrAI.' ) A .1 road. nut lo i .our engine.
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1r1 : Januarv1 By Myrtle.
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"KFIi'lAI. PEAI.\ A .7 : i ; -. 4- .
I IOS W. Forsvth St.' Th-ma-. -
Jacksonville Fla. 'i. rk
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I would like free home I ::. sit :: ::!<* I HKr.lSTKK: OK FIC'IITlIII'I'TI'TIn1n.. N \ M f: dealers ha\fe what for !

I a demonstration of your fully \ OTIC.T4I ppr. \ RID dersiened.Notice Is hereby under given n.,). r 'j Gulf good your car
Brand 1 the ,
guaranteed pr \ -
Companion :Machine > -
: at $21.50:! j I f'lr'oil.lIrf.. Bradford County, Chapter JO.S53! : Laws of Fl., ,1!

at no obligation to me. I II Florida : In 'h ncrrT.. of 1M1.! will rgi't.-r "It 'p. i \ 01- .
I T'il! .. ;. .:.1. rl'1! I'l.i'iTiff] : \ ( nf' the Circuit ('our'.1\ .

I I M.i.J.'HT.t-- )1""Z. I',-fr nilan; 1 I Bradford Count i i- i
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I Name _ __ __ _ __ _ ____ _ __ ___ __ ): 1'-.. :; ,..5- ceipf r.f pr .f t Flr.ri.Ia' ..t"'f' To ppe*?. no' 1. n !

I Address ___ T.. Max iloldt-rberp h.->. r. 'I id i- I 1C--. '.' '!* tr
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City ._ _ _ _ __ __ __ __ State ___ ___ I ; \\ .1-r ANt-nue E\ansvlr.! Iml.an:' ,l L'1! Register -
y. 'I are hereby notified *v 1f
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Li'I 't .;.1'.1). .\aJr.N I'l..a*<- SnJ Spt-oifiV: im'tiun KCT 11; ., .t !;__ nh'r. *

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA
PAGE 8F.\"T.S
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13.: 1932: .

Closing ServiceAt TIIEKE**.Viirucii plac.. but -,mac '"f them are like Lake City twerp! dinner guests. oil! 3 time and I was darn nigh crazy them in the freezer I '..vii > '

'I ('IIHI"'TI.\X < me. :short on that "ole filthy the Seeber Moodi Sunday Yet they have had a longer Lubt" it l and: Granville .I"I ,

Park Of Palms green Have about decided U Mr and Mrs Densil Thomas of serge: and still maintain a perfect (::.111":1: :' ., 'Io'i"lIlll: ,

AfternoonT' Attend the preaching service sell t,ie timber and not the land Floral City were visiting Mrs equilibrium However Mable doe there It '.t.1- rwi! ,i" !

s Sunday this Thursday night. Tell your But money will talk business.Bill Thomas' sister, Mrs Truby H Jg--'- l"k! a little gaited. Ethe. whcin i, mullet \\ I' s t'

'. i 1o-uig serviie of the Union friend and bring someone with and Marie Banks are enjoying who has been ill recently 't home tai much of the time, I Hall. Alvi- \\ trliec :, 1 I

Evangelistic Campaign, being held you. Bible school is held every a new gas stove which 1 Mrs. Fronie Moody pent last seems to be up and at 'em p.--! : '. 11 d

Sunday evening at 2:30 pm. they this week. week St and Lakeland I well. .-1 1,.' _
41 Park of The Palms. will be con. just purchased in Petersburg i y gi"i :

ducted Sunday afternoon at 2:30: Come and bring the whole family. Jo.. Lazenby was home last visiting with her children. Mana Wiggins.who has alw .IY- 1. Iuz.t' 1v I
Revival meeting in
r During our weekend. Hi.- 13 more weeks of Melba Lane and family, and been .,
ChurchDr clock noted for her good cake- amt i '
Church Methodist Starke each Thursday night will 'th C; i-" V r\ 1 1.t Id
Baptist I -hool that he is assured of He Vernelle Moody and wife respec good food. really will have ;
Hankins, the ,
Dr. Jw Henry be Theressa rug-it so come in a 1: ,\ '>i .II' h- 1 1.-
Rev lis I', ordnance nOw He and I lively :Melba and children accompanied reputation "i-vv she hT: = a bran4new I
of Word has been received by his subjectfor !
Wade C. Smith originator evangelist, announces group and let us make it a largeone. H!.' :K- tl t:. N., \ r 1 f
II wen to Gainesville Saturday tc :, her mother home and .
I kn.
F. electric mixer and > v
Rev.
Mitchell that service as 'Will
will be the Sun Thomas G the closing *
"The Little Jet? Don't forget o playfor the
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I see about truck which i? the weekend with her, rt' for lr iH > .
day night speaker at the First R. Pfisterer habeen assigned tc' America Fight Russia, and Will r reviv'al. our pent what they do a poor c 1k
Baptist Church of starke Dr.I assist him and the members of : the World Be Destroyed Dy Th Home:: S\\'I' Jail Iini-tel "ho-pitahzed' for this week. I turning to St Petersburg Sunday maker (II have onei. much le? ,t'eXt'lient J".1] .,
Church in I feel like an amputee without It. 1 Mi and Mrs Romie Johns of cakmaker lee i': 1- .' ..'
Methodist I'
Smith will be using his "little jfts' the Starke Atom Bomb? I "
Charley Welch bought three Jacksonville were vii'ltmg'11'" ready had the chance toi"i+: '
aO? the United Evangelistic Mission who '.' tc! 1 1tl tI
to illustrate the gospel message The Singing Basingers, I i i
al! IkW .alves to put to a fresh cow :,: Truby Hodges Sunday -time of them F.slk-, tu-\! .' ,
before the eye: of the con rega' which getting underway in have been in charge of musiv. plana The Life And Times I
The. ,0011, were sick withcouisi extended ) V.Winnie : ,i this worM'
"little turn Methodist Churches in the Florida Sympathy is < : L"
sees the jets" special musical treat for the
nn into one people met every day on the I Conference, February 17-21. I closing service. Of New River Folks I II S". he bought a medicine that ]i Bloonie who lost her -t- The Seeber Moodys an,i J tiKellvs "I

Basmgers" : I II d"t" ]"iit have a name fiom a drug ter. Miss Ida BliKure tn-j! week ot Like' Butler njo\e..'. :'l 1'1 ',I
sti-et The "Singing The Rev Mr Pfisterer i- thepastor Park of The Palms is ]orated I IJy Jessie Lee I-a/enby medicine'1 .
I I I "tonTins unnamed front i illne.5*. Miss ,:'
in a prolonged skaiinj; :it tiu HIgh Snntiirka' I Ift -
will make their apperance of the First Methodist
outside Keystone Heighton ,, I
just v'o l k. 1 tht calves better
and are
1 I I Bloonie was buried in Elzie Chapel: ,
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S'ark1 lo.1 the song service at Church in Beaver Dam Ky He is!? Route 100. Services are being held Albeit and Eunn )1,1,1havt'. St' hate and Virginia Souther .;;? tuck: Stradiv aftern.'or!! .' "
nearLake Butler ReddIsh Aidr'w.s :
whic-h time they will lead the congregational a graduate of Kentucky Wesleyan; eat n night the remainder of this: been Ijcklllgquite a few strawberries I Ian' ,tf"< the proud patentof ans and MrF Wiggin- a I ciijn\ed j "'l1d.ly at011"' .i, t''I' .

singing and bring college and Duke University 'week at 7'45: Churches within aradiu. but they I think thi- last I 11 ."> 07 gIrl born Sunday in companied Miss Winnie Bi"inu! Y'.. in1!* \\;e :';">: mullet ..;.1 n .,

mes-agtin solo and duet. The School of Theology He has serveda .; of 30/ mileare cooperatingin will slow vm ", ., .. .
freeze; probably up Lakt PityHospital.. The little the funeral tees while we ',v.'!' the-e: :ad" i ; :I' g. -lit .trd t -;: t
Youth choir will also sing directedby :: .. of the Louisville Conference -I ,
chairman the ,
campaignRevival Week before last then got three Mi-.s ,\ in b. called Brenda Joyce I I
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Lawson i MrHarold Shiver t tames .. .
Mi- Aliese Evangelism1'orkcanip -- - - see - - -
crates and last week 1 1- -rate- I Ei Lou Tomlin-oii -
::ma
Sunday morning the messagewill two and thispast I enlt-r'l I Mile was visiting her in-i'.V1! : Mrs I t tI
I I for the past years To BeginAt Thedon't. hatheir patch 'aineii a nunibei\ of
I
and
Pastor Bud ,
the Moody Monday
be brought by selected as the
spring TIP was mulched -o the berries that hit the I Fii'li\! IIlght with a Peg New i I then 1I f fi

will be "Hi: Servant for this i ReligiouEmphasis Week speakerat Faith Baptist dirt lott,..!. They hatl't'r aMiate till! | ,\ntBtulah Mae Moody Poor Ethan and Mabie Sapp hats I tu I
Hour" The adult choir will bring (N. C.t I Junior had a prolonged ensof h..ureno'atioll -.' i GAS
I the Lf'wliburg Church Lawtey ) to iot; Then tobdim PLmtsare I aii'i! l .'nl.i not attend due to the I thinkof
special music and will be directed College Mr Pfisterer has had a 1 1 1I I don't see how 'n-''; 1 I II
I[
I really growingCharley I 1:1"'a: ,; too far to walk Seehe SLADE
b\ Mr- Mona Canova with Miss great deal of experience both as a ,. stand it I didn: have hat; l-i-.4 1
I Revival servicewill b at
gin : Welch's tobacco' pia IIt- ; had their car off on a bowling
Julia Lawson at the organ.at 9:45: I pastor! and an evangelist and Faith Baptist (Chun, Lawtey on were two inches high and blue toiiinanient for Humphreys and TTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTfTTHadio Think of .

Sunday School gathers comes to Starke personally recommended Sunday Feb. 17, continuing mold hit them last week, but he I my jalopy was in the garage. WiciHildn't I I

with Mr One Wiggins Associate 80! by Bishop Roy H. Short, through Feb. 29 Services will beheld got some solution from Gainesville I thumb a ride so we just & Appliance Our service includes cither llulaiu or lrofJaltl
staff of I II
Supt. in charge of the I resident bishop of the Jacksonville each f''euingat 8 p.m", with which stopped it. He is going tc''I stayed home with our chilluns KEl'AIU SEU\( 'K
officers and teachers Area of the Methodist Church.i I I Gas in tanks from gallon* to IJMM()( ( allows.I .
Elder E. Pierce
J.
meet at 6:15: I preaching by plant two acres of okra this week I Joe Dowling of Live Oak vvalvisiinifj I II
Training Unions Local Church committee; are pastor of Grace Baptist Church, Maston Hayes of Gainesville it- his mother i MiRhoda I I II
with the special "guest" of the I buy preparing lists of prospectsfor I I Samoset. F'ld I e\\. E. Massey, having his land surveyed this I Dow ling, last weekend Open Evenings i\\ Till q I (C\linder installationith ;tin I II

1 I evening"monkey"being the of"loveable the Basingers.All Tony"gospel church membership, and plan : pastor of the church, extends a week. I Earnie Southerland has been enjoying I Open Saturdays ALL DAY I F R E E Range: purchased in our Store. I II

are underwayfor making visit : cordial invitation to the public tc Fonnie Crew bought the the speckled perch fishing

this of service Tony's to friends bid him are goodbyefor invitedto to these people. Special preaching attend these services. Meadows Anderson farm acres I lately, He and Percy Osteen have Daniel l R. Weeks It REALLY Pays to Trade I

services will be held in the Starke the hard road from his place really been bringing them in I I

Mid-week another year.service Wednesday Methodist Church beginning Sunday Revival Services Bought it from Geo and Alvie Mrs. Emily and Ida Moody EIl'ctricaJpplianC'e ( ( COMI'XM: I
I Feb. 17, at which time the I HEPA1US with SLADES
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the Wen who are nOW in Columbus visited Mr and MrJohnnie Yai I
7:30 with the message by Start Feb. 18 i'11ONE121:!
Rev. Pfisterer will be the preacher of Raiford Sunday StarkeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. '
Pastor and testimony and praise,! Ga. borough I IIS Court St. i I II

J time for all who would join in. I The Senior Choir and the Children At Christian ChurchRevival I I still have prospects fur my Mr. and Mrs Gee (Jieen of I I :-- -- a t.e---- ---- -

Tha 1"" ThiircHaw."UI""".1 avBninCr.......'" _Rihlf.__. Con- 's (Choir will furnish !ipt'clalmuie I __ ---- -- -- --- -- -- -- --- --- --
Dr. A. C. for the Sunday morning -erviceat the First '. "And that wider trend!"
led .
ference study by "look at that huge one-piece
o'clock. Sunday evening Church will be held Monday "Wow! What a long
11 Christian
Feigert will begin again after 2 service at ;( s "J lust t wal't'll)) you Test t Drive' !"
windshield
weeks recess due to the revival.A. the Youth Choir will sing :i night, Feb. J8. through March )low beauty!I" or this big'52 Ford!"

cordial invitation is extendedto and the congregation singing will 2 with Samuel J. White from Tam c f j Jt

all to join in these services and be led by J.V. Ritch. j I pa a- the Evangelist. "If you mis I I

to worship with those who seek tc The Public Services committet',1| a night you will\ truly miss a

"grow in the grace and knowledgeof of which Mr. W. H, Nollman i is I treat," the pastor, p.eHomer llf2
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our Lord and Saviour Jesu: 'chairman, announces that local Swindall says.Evangelist / V i t .,J."

Christ" church organizations will be responsible -:, White has traveled

for the attendance each I i abroad in 10 foreign countries and

evening as follows: II has been in every State in the
I
Christian ChurchBible ::
Sunday night. Feb 17 The Union. He ithe author of 12 \
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School beginat 10 a.m. Board of Steward; Monday night. II books, and was State Evangelist I

every Sunday morning. Every Feb. 18 Methodist Men; Tuesday for a number of year- in Florida I

family should be in Bible School, night, Feb. -Wesleyan Service "Dont fail to hear this man of V r r. ..
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if you can't come send your children ( Guild; Wednesday night, Feb 2'oman's !)- God every night for two.t' ks.I U .' //y\

Morning worship! at 11 a.m. 1 \\ Society of Christian I Enough cannot be said you will ft' -'

The Tjirfl'tx Snnntr; i.* "..erved at I SlurvirpThiiiciiav, .. .. ....._ nicrht" .. Pub. 21-- I have to hear him to appreciate. 7\ i s
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ii':15: am. Morning: i message I Methodist Youth Fellowship: him." the pastor said. i iI i I -

11:30. Friday night. Feb. 22 Church I 1 c

The evening services begin at I School night. i! At The Tabernacle

6:30: p.m. with Christian The Evangelistic mi-sion will! iiiI
Endt'avor'l The Youth :M,"rr'
Evangelistic services : close with the services on Sunday Saturday night

Every one is invited. Don't for Feb. 21, climaxed with a District i ng3.- conducted by Dr .J.MMcXeill \,

get to pray for the revival which Mass. Victory Rally in Gainesville with Mr. Berquist ,I1",

begins Monday night Fob 18. Sunday afternoon. Feb 24, at Z..i tor from New JerseyIIIKIIH\, I

with Samuel J. White as evangelist ;, P.nlj several numbers. The Sunday
j I morning message was brought b\ I

Homer SWlIldalllinistt'l 1| Presbyterian Church Dr. McXeill who also ministered i iI I i L::' The low-priced car

i I to the Presbyterian! young peopl ;i greatest
(uruni or JEsrs CHRIST I Sunday School at 9:15: in the afternoon and to the Trim- built!
ever
OF LATTFJ DAY SAINTS: Friendship: Class 10 a m. I tv Church Lake Butler that night. !

Masonic Temple, Call Street. 11 a m Morning service conducted Members of the Fishers of Men ,.' You won't !Ix-Hove your eyes when!

:Sunday: School every Sunday bv set Eiivvaiti Hupp i who have just held! their midwinter f : \ ,,% '' \oii 'it'*' the big, new '52 Ford! For

morning 10 a m Sacrament Services Columbia Seminary De. ,nut t'.a: Executive Committee meetingat ,.% Iit'\t'r U-fore has alow- rian car

6:30: p m A rordial invitation Youth Fellowship Sunday evening Park of the Palms, and sonic "tTIj't'ti such power, such fine car

is extended to all at 7 p.m. !members of the Christian Busi; .% t a 1 t lm r, such big-car comfort'! You'II
4 "'- "" such built-for-kreps adv.iniisord's
?
ne-N Men's Committee, held a sp- .t -
new longer, stronger!:
,
< cal meeting at the Tabernacl .-
..w } I hrttt, Modus its iiionili -
Sunday night in memory >' V-H !
,1 ; ompression .UK
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. George K TibbittA number .r, P { :and the many utlwrt
P, $
vi-itoi bunt Park of the Palma -- I, t ilx-d Ix-low.
tended! this service, including
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:\11' Tibbi L Pui
Its and Gordon
Lewis I). Haines, Pastor
i dv I president of Gospel Voluu
Jefferson The Heart Of Town
& Court Streets In I icir- ot the World. Speakers were

PHONES: Office 231: Pa tnrium 130: !flank Fads of Roanoke. Va. J I
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I l' Masmi: of Lynchburg. Va C.
Sunday Evening the Singing I5asiniers: ; and Ton E ,
Gtemmellof New York and ,
Guest Speaker Dr. Wade Smith and Illustrated :MesI,l'
1! :Mi Purdy Mi- Eugeiu' Leo wa: I
with "The Little Jets" ,.

soloist:
-IINNII-I NIMIIMMNN #
\ The most powerful
SUNDAY SKKMONS:; 11 :00 A.MrfSiTp.M: ;; : Iwas on :'\U1933 that

Sunday School 9:45; A.M.- Training nions 6:13: ;) P.M.MIIMVEEK : MI: Tibbitts paid his firtusit i r low-priced car :. T

SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30:: P.M.: t the 'Mission Hall, first meeting built! il
ever R.,. .. : Ew
pine of the Tabernacle Gumpn rir
VISIT THE CHURCH[ WITH TilE VISITING PASTOR \ -> h y tr
; 1 In- influence and council
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11'' > I' been felt through the years v'Ua +



Church of Christ :' : r

I Corner 10th and .Mc.MdhuiiP.iHle
EUMIYOXK: : UEU'OME: !
s. hoot 10 A. M '

!1't aching 11 A M. and 7.30P : 9
First M ..
Baptist '
that made
Eraser! :'t11''ling3n,1 Rihle Study car s

t' 1":1:i \\'Pdllt'd.IY, 7 ,,0 I P.1 strides f forward f for 52
'' greater
i
Evt: 'ryicii.eSt. .,
N t' ry ) Church Hampton I{ I' -: ;. than any other in Its class!

I M". -ag Maker
Edward's Catholic

In The \hxence of the Rev Ri'hard Lyons, pastor ,IIP', ,; .. SIX(

Pastor hear this outstandin" Sunday Masat 9'15 a. raWeekly s.'at : -S.d'j'8

llihle Teacher at all Mass at S: a. m

' C"iitessionSaturday: 7; ::r,0:: to
pert ice Sutulax.
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I
1S33'1 > 1'\1

Special (Childier! OiteihClasses: Ford's 110-hp. Stratn-Star V-8 is '; + -) Jj .. ''
t
\\' d'! ,.'-.lav I Oit PM the most powerful engine- and the l -- l..J / ,
a
7 ::30:!( I'.M.: only V-d offered in a low- riced car. -- ',. ,."r.;:; !t,..., .1 I
"""""" "'""' ,
Music: h\' the talented Church of God Ford's 101-h.p. Mileage! Maker Six ,,::- "" -w, \IJ' '.' "'; ',

Mr \, C. Feisiert : is an all-new low-friction Powerhouse ferd CeCKhtfah hd.1\ f.rdomatir Dnv' ordo-
valves It-Circle Visibility. Curved one piece wJndsh.e'd' :or- fmati fide Cwtrol. Hew w d<-r front .
Sth A St. Clair Sty with free-turning overhead .' t. "'s ,0Oftlue
)
:
e "BASINGERS"R.B.ALVAREZ&SON II stroke. Both wide rear window picture windows all around give, you tr"od, lower center of gravity" and di'r 'j'), r .
s"
Sunday School If a.m. and shorter piston and a", 1' :J 'j \ 'O" :
the Automatic Power visibility' '!, unlimited. A Ford e.clusi Ye ,in the low' price fie'1 agonally mounted reor shock absorb- I"t ',, ,to t I3IJ
Sunday Morning Worship 11 8.m engines feature '- '
ers nelp you get a 1m!);)''', 'eve1 ride / : ..,- ,
?r Str'\ .lit Eve-m Service 7:30; : p.m I Pilot which gives you high-com- : J
; V P F Si -vice Tuesday 7:30 p.rn prt' "ion "go"with regular gas ,/ -.
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-, t't.t' ir M 7:30; ntfl I ll
t.ng Thursday : p \ -<:.4 JI't.- d /-T.J.T1 a / rA

: t/Jll tit llta IWI t//llve me
TRANSFER AND I IH nl.\ ( OM-EUEM:' F' : :; rv"vJ
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STORI(.F t't O. 111 I IKU I>.VY *.\I T' '

J t I \ ii'iit. rt''t' of th, ll S BUILT/ FOR KEEPS !

,. 1 i.iits. wIll] b-, held ttt : J 1.
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\\ P operate local t;: V Hub! i- Jackson\ il1..

:S R8.MAAREZC-S01 t; long distance S..t F. ', !17 at in am and :J!

r MOVING r".V.fL. an\\hert' In I". S. p! '' ,. '..- fr n: Salt l.,Ik

.. C, \ I'd I : AiK be present TH
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ftJ:1 publ''. .- i.i.t.illv invited CO.
O xu"t FACEU.E.NTMOKXGK ANDREWS MOTOR

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ell UC1Is

Y ll ILITIE:> : r. S pool 10 a.n-:.

L'rlU.. : >rvice 11 &.mEve .

Agents .For : .':.. S> --vice 7; '30 p_mPrav Madison & Adams Sts. STARKEr FLORIDA Phone 118

DELCIIERBROS. :Meetings Wednesday ,

> See us first! nigh! T: r p :m Saturday nigh i

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLOJIIPA

PAGE EIGHT _ _ _ nuHAY. rourAKY I.'. 'iiv


Of 1952 Tornado \ flight They made enough noise I j i.n, | applu, iti..n' to this ,,ffi",-e f..! 1'.uIt1a.. :;.-tc '
n"h .
Preview Prospects 1.1 8uildIng .I.i K ,
.ln"I'.n'O! ..
Detention Home !I'urn ..f I'lu.no: _. \ i | 1.Y.ju ]I.
hohiil ,
Need For Juvenile to haaught all ot the ('ats.\j -I i :ided if a regular\\hid is I
i panthers or anything else that | ::1.5 Pi i.p.-at- win i -.1 i ,. ,| in (fjiof the Clerk ot are hereinno' : f !
Be Unveiled Monday NightMonday h*' Circuit r..urt "n or I.efore the suit: fir Dior.-e
Given Study By Children's GroupThe Will might have been In this neck oft I{ quests hourp ,"I--i I.roo."I" ipim v. ,il I.'..,,1| -"- -: .1| 'j : "th il.ix .'i Mir I ii I pi:,_ ,.Ih., ) VNvp against you \in the lias a

I II j the woods \\ .. were so sleepy !! All I 1".1- "f' nst -h.v total- f I HitalleBatri.n' if said Omnplamtuill ,I Courti' .1 1 | \ .
I "r he taken .ts you t--------
7 30 thi. public session I i Well good :a.-h .t"II' .\1,01, total amount ..f onlnert. I i r
night hunting to them. This
at wehope shall
of notice be '
Bradford County Children'f' mitt foe, gave their report con I il .n Hi.- .ox.-i ,,f the publishedonce swer or ti.-: i th-- ,
from IS invited! to se.a preview of the Players on th. Red ..earn, are to sleep the next time. al. each week for four consecutive i on the Pia."l! \ \ -n.v T ,.
Committee held its regular luncheon tacting representatives t TII.right 1'1'.1 weeks in the Bradford County Tele. I Landrum. :sI t ,irul" .'
Randall i is r.-.ixed
of Bradford Martin Ed t to
football team Teston.
52
II church and civic groups graph. the ons.nil I [Iff. .'
Monday Feb. 11, at .in* or all lnd, .
meeting a High School at the local field. Wayne Dougla.. Eel 1 Prevatt. Ben Political :I STVTK ku\H I I I IKP.\ ITl EXT:'; < >F Hated. this I 14th ila\ .>( -t'hl'uar l I Clerk .>f. tt"- ,nurt
:
K. 1932OFFICIAI
the Thomas Restaurant Judfe E. Perryman gave I fore t hi iotherwie : \i
Hobbs has divided his ny McRae. Dewayne Elder, Calvin i iI KI.OKIOA. I ( SEAL I .
a'i' from the Juvenile Court Coach I Announcements \lfi.il .\ ll> Kethan, Chairman ) A. J Thomas Mi > i I iCoripla.nt i- -
chairman. read report t
S. E. Sparks Blount. Clerk of the Circuit Court : .
Bobby Ferguson Ear1 ____ xx al..--ifessed
membeis into two squads. namely Skill 1 P TIP Id'lllI $tatiII gli .
submitted Mrs. for December and January. By Myrtle T. Dea\er. Deputy Clerk bv x .
written report by I : Red and Blue for this game which Alvarez. Mike Clarke. Donald I Fuji i.... t:..
Edward Burns and filed it with I H V. Knight. Junevile Court close, out three weekof rough j Howard. Vernon Teuton Richard fh, In& T" ill.- --.1.. it.j'i.'n ..f mnif I II 2 1' :it : I -- .,i OfleeeaI'h st.-- nr -

the secretary. DrV J. \\'ood.I Counselor advised that it would : i Henderson. Stanley Clark. Bobby I Tk''r nix fn-ii.J-! TSim tin' I soil run fur (Onmtx. I,! NOTH'K OF I\TK\TIOV TO I :\oTlrr. it AIn ppp.\n weeks :n th- "- i i

ham and Rev T G :Mitchell. ,erv : be practical for a number of adjoining I' practice. | Willis Marion Harrington .'..nsideriti, :: 1..11. f h.e aft decided"r caremi nn< I*T.n niTinorMF. Circuit Court. ItradfurJ Commtr. graph."I'ltr.l t.
Kenneth tot;
: Xotn'e iherein\ given that theI I riwrida
In
lots of faces. j : Chanrerr. ,
will offer
Ing with Mrs Burns on the <-om- counties to go in together Fans see new I niv--I( as a "-.utdidate for the !I under-iKned urt1''r the pr.isions l.s| I I 1 InOFf'I.'I.
Elder Albert Newman. Bobby .iIi..\ e mip..miit: ..ffi- I .... | l.l.nxn' |h'i.t miff.s I |:M .\!. tk'Ierk '
of am thp. i
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the
: as squad is composed manyboys f..ro"kill of Chapt.r 1)1Llw" of Florida i i 1'1 vx i !p, t. n.I.1I11|
who out for their 1 Cochrane and Jimmy "\'...ldon.I 'h. the \ .t'." and "-npp.'' uf \. t- of I I'M It.! xx ;1 1'! i.-si-t.r xx.th Iii.I'1.l .' I fls,. \ S'll i i
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are trying .J.IPfi,1'I! ,
-I It 'h.> "I1I1T'; g ] 'k of til" t' '. '... .' ill .11.1 .. Rx MX-tie! T P :
Players on the "blue" I "n 1 t V tlre T .'ppcarT -
( About dozen squad are "' <">,1! .I- i ii I :'. :-i I- .., '.. .
l"I1 : ,
first a player
c4cpe year :-t>. .' ; 1\ f "> I t.i i.ll" l ,:1.i \0'1.' 1 Ii. 1 :M I :x I :' .xx 11 i t'.J S.'ii III
for in Gen Shaw. Sidney Jacksn Bob ';iI i""or i i.'i.i, ..f ,.t p do\\h." ,it ,
f I who will import practice ': \\ If.\ YP,1: ,1 .'. ..
''by Joe Hall. Tim Wanvn I 1. i, tS.t :""II. III i ,- ,
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Junn-x e.rSpp.fl..ee n eee-e
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THE T.A
th,> fall. will not be playing. athey > I--. 11-1' 1.\\ '1'1" I
1 K'ddish. Larry Van Alstnu!! w tf __
basketball 1 It I -.l-t-I 1.--I "

are taking part in Slade. Aaron HtiUhe-.i Zai'K "I' .\\ "' _'.1'. l h' "I.. II ,. .. : \We have no weekend SpecialsHut
ii"\\ II I
rim siitniri: 1 .1 I i --ii 11'
Crawford Bobby Wigpnis TmnnaMooie. '., II" : I :-' F. ,
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1 Coach Hobbs feH.s that hi- ha.ii .! Tom :Iailo: Neil F't ingle. .' .. I I.. ., -i -i-I-i i x 1'.1 I I ,1 F.. 'I. '. we do offer you *;i\ in > up to ;ltl! ) \ \ i t ,
.
i mp1il'hed! much in the way of -: ',.. r- i : it' \ I' I t ..itI. !' ., ,j
Clllltuli Ciosby. Jdi\' Pulley.Milbouino p. ,. .-. M -1. I .1 I : on your insurance needs ::5 lt Ii i," da\ '- ,m:
: '
i ic hing fundamentals and if -
Mills. Ronald! I'.ltr.ly M I,1 I I H .1 1,1 i. j: .1! 11'1 I' : the
vilified with madiin .. : jearMH
the progit-- I-- (r. -I I. ,
h.k I.t
Paul! M\l .. .
g"\a Biuie M I; andI ., .
-- 'Oil'll 1 IbIS u-i-s--rios Tit
I P4' Tf I his short early spring practice I Ktigeiu Sta rittigHumphreys .i.V,"' -,'' < of I' .r i 1 I...: ''- .1\! 1".f.' .i ,11':r-ii trm.i -! t itri.isii: : ( rirririoi. .. \ mr : :MI INM: I I\MI: t :N >:\ti.i.rn. ...ua II i

.. ... 'J I.. \ .r' ..e'.x ir \ ."' ,iI i- t,. : .. .
.1 th. fi j. : PliOMPT. I' tilt sF .n.t'np.: :: .. < I. \1\1.
in establishing a detention lit 11)1k n i TI.I, t-" n> ", I I. -n ,1 I- i i-

fur juvenihoffenders :sinctthi I Bowling 'f"'I"iI .. I' I l 1 I'ill.,i I. ..111... ., '.-'I ..'. ', : V" -; 1 1---- .I IX .- J. 0. ( )
i 10. Insurance
?[f /j, \ expense would b.too great[ fur I' Tourney UnderVay .'i .T..1 a.-111"I", \ .\.\',< ", tIrn- .. -. I-. "I I 1 -. -.1 I'1'IiI ,. -. I : Jerry Gay Agency

one -small county to boar. ,'
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t Mrs. Lex Green Mrs E K At Strickland'sTht i_' \ 1:1:1": : .r. .. I III; \ ( ourt I :N|1. :M.tikr I'ttiiittflIIPU'V'Q \ -

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and Mrs.V.. R. Morse.serVilig run ('fll '1'' f.O''II'I.1& -
Perryman : I - - - -
V oj. I ll - -
Lib Team o! - - - - - -
:1 .. I i- .-rtitlvhigh !! .I..f' TMHKI:
on the committee to study / I ..1." ..,...... .MX 1 11 .' ; k'I '* ,-- -. .. ..
SI'I' t ui < -
Humphr GoldCoipordlinn.t -- .
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I f. 1 11 ',
the problem of providing a deten- It I -- -I.- <
;;:, ,11. t, I i' I 11. - -r'f' >
eight-lean' Il1tl-'r. .-t-t-. i":: ," ::, .i 'P. ,
'4 AIl '.zV 7 .. .. tion hornt-, were advised to con company bowling 1. .lll t .: lmen '... x. ti t'.. \...t. ,1". :o'"q'l lMl.il|, :x\ .00:0", I: l \ i |

-- tact Judge Ci-iswell in Jacksonville r. ..,. ,. I,. I-" ,.. ...iI" .. '
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w 4i \ which got under wal l li-t: /.eek at ..t... ,. I I' !1. .. SI Week-end
---.1 I "> 'I'I' .1" x- '
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i\ institu 011'F'' \ I .1
,- for information on such ': iNOTirn
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Strickland's! Landing. KingsU-y : I I. i M. I t I
) tions. ." .1.. ; .1. ... .
: LI Lake The Office Team IS lunner- V .. .. .' .. iul -fltO-.1t'I'i-will, l I". 'IP' ; U U (, 1 1 o SPECIALS
H P. :Morgan; Superintendent i 'I'1 : TO .IIMMIIIIn :
CirriiU ('",>,,,t. Ilr iurd Count
of Public Instruction. reported that up.E. -T M \ nii: : ii: >\\' .\ii: '-.-. ..1F.init .. i iI rl..rldn I Ilf rhiiit,. ,
with $5.00 Purchase H Fox of he Electric i I .
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he would present at a school HI./ -"-nx" H.i) "I'lipitift' xi'.i .
Shop Team is leading the field i TYI"F.OI l on I : ''inn. i lix i."i.,. I 11 I. f, n.l.int'

principal- meeting this week the for individual! honor with the best 'I r I ..r.,..*. ann..une.ttItt I am a t'a.., X. i.7
ALUMINUM WEAR
idea of an application from parents I ctndidate for the iffI-e of Ta'l1": I %"...., To \n.. ..r.1 .
individual average. 161; highest individual I sessor nf Rradford ('""IY. suhjert I' "t'-- :\1-, Hi; ui ,n i I'I-ii.-I-.. "Ii"| "
LIMITED SUPPLY'Getyours to fill out in oi\\cler! to clear !core. 193: and best three- to the will of theoters In the i i.- '1.in .. .mil. ,n1.11 -- i- \1.I ::0'.1|

I with the Health Department before I DnioeratiiT'rinitr of :Slav fi. II i -.1.i In T..ri. I I.. I i'i. ... :'>Napl.; Dripolator 1.75Tea! Kettle 1.25
game total, 4S2. Fox it also lei ding feel that my knowledge of and long I It.ilx-I t|
children are given free SChOOllunches. with experience land matterwell I You 'nr' her.l.xnotrflecl that a5tnt
the highest number of I Perculator 1.09 Collander .79
He stated that the Board I qualifies me for this position, and for .Div.rc.ha i I-----n. fil.lafirnin -
strikes with M. R. Baggett as I promise fair and impartial ser\" .i.-.. >t you in th- ;air", ., nnni-.l
would go along with it. runner-up I to all\ if elected Y.itnote and support I Court and cause and vii are 1''Iulr..d .,- Double-Boiler 1.49
Today I to !serve a copv of x ,'ur1.. .
also discussed the I will I I i l.e greatlx atipriated
Mr Morgan !=xver or nlendin to the "-i.nn.la'n'! ..II .
M. C. Manning of the Lab Team I -T..rI.n.KIIM\\. I I -- - -------------------------------- - -
schools and the activities of the the !Plaintiffs Atti.in.x T KtinU/
has scored the highest average I I L.tiiilriiiM. Staik. Kl.'i HI .i mil Hi.tlie 10 Crepe Paper 10c | Key Kase 15 & 25c
new Citizenship Committee Thi- number of i I run ('(II NTV ji K.I: oriuinal in tin i-f fl" of II.
made spares to date.The T.I the Voters and ItItIIII1.,' I I Ii Iflerk I ) ..t the Oil nit '"U! on m, I I.. .
group. up of teachers --- ----------------------------------- -
At tournament will run for 14 :i friend in Rradford "'..unl)': Florida 1 l| f..r tii.17th I d.ix -i( \.1.n I ti. 1 I"' '..'
paients. and other interested I 1 hereby announce hat I will he a I iith..roithe .(11..i;'111,Ili'.1( sm| LeatherPalmVORK GLOVES 1.00
is concerned primarily weeks with a $50 cash prize in I'andidat.. for ..... ....tion' ill the (.,..niinff :! '..", plalnl'ill; l.f 'lU.i"I. .1' i.iiif. -

persons store for the best team : a S10 cash t! Denioi.rattc. 1'iimaix-,t.. 1... held. .>..-,.(t liv VOU --- - ------------------------------ - -
with effective methods of teaching in May uf i'i,2.; : and that ) our \..tei Thi notice I
citizenship l in the schools and enlisting prize for the best individua1! i and support is heiel.v. eain-st\' |\' ,.,.. I once each week for f.oir c m-'e. utixeneeks Tek Tooth Brushes, 2 for 69c
STARLINGS | Ii|ill.-st.d. tlial I i if t-e-.|Ir..Iii the office in the P.railf.rli'| ,lv T-.le-
the cooperation of parents average: $5 for best sing) game: will he run f..r the interest Of the \ R'r .nit I __ _ _______ __ __ __ __ _ .

This committee recently discussedthe $5 for best thr e-game average: I I'ountx' ui.l ill- 'p-p|,. "f the roun- 1"fI.1 this, 1 ':Ith ..1.1"f. .....,In, -I i II: vif.

t\ a- it h.is in Mi.- P.IKI x.-.irs ,sun.,. ;
possibility of oftt-ring nonsectarian I $5 for highest average number of > "U >\.1\ in.-, I ',,"nl" J ii.I-' (OFFIOIXT.. SEAT.* A. J ThormPlerk \ LUX TOILET

which strikes; and 55 l for highest aver I. Y '111'I i-i.t-. nf the Circuit Court qi qiP C
com! MlIj I ichgiuii 1
number of I V.: K I'IIIYM: : Hx' Myrtle T Deaxer D>f." "-I.| .-I. ic
Grocery and MarketSee uould* be an iIett i\t- for the students ajU' spares per game. ; '1t.oTlrr. With I'up-hase of ,ti'U-;:

I The tournament is being held on "HIt iiii: \i-i'i\t -

Wednesday and Friday night of ;, In (in-nlt <'iii.' I-,. II md f"rtI < oant> 'roI'I'r..Ut I Pt'INdc'nt I 'I titit h I I'aste
I riorMai In ( lianrr. .
each week at Stricklatiti.Teams !'-*. Kith.11! Mm li.ik.i, Plaintiff! I In Clrrnlf ('....rt. liraJfnTiI ( iust. . . .
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Our Ad For Grocer Bargains eiseicherc W. C. T. U. and captains are a* follow -I n./.: St.-,ih.-,n //:11-1.: I 1 ...t..ml:nil? Klnridn'.-In Mice riDlwrrr.cnheriii. I-- I. t'

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in this : :\ .- To \ "flU. I 1.\1"i -in l Pal'w !ii' i ": ',"' The Whole Town's Saying
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.- I I. .1-- I 1..! 01ilI. I Ii l' .' at Ducky's
-- 11( IN ONlH' TWOYs.. A Nichols, Zircon Mill. Jas L 1 l-t n .U II I 'I''r| \I., k 1'7 \\ ,_
It.r iIt. I I' i\ t.ni.i r I h, |1'1"| "j.| II 111 I l- till
THE KIDS FLYING TOP "F11': :Nl' H K.Msll Tilt; KK- ( hub Maintenance E DevlinElei.'iH V.M ir-' 1 n..\l.x .iif' ,. .1 lI i, .11,, If II.| ,-. I II! I I 111., .ll.ll, > ,. t _,. .
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\ : I.IN( 01.\: Mi.-r-" -.. tI) ,1:1-: j dj..f i -I I IS STARKE AND VICINITYfor

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IJ>' :.Mrs. J. L. Stricklaml .1 I t I., \,, ,,u

FOIl UI'NT .KKUI room uinfirnh.h.-d ATTRAPTIVP n"'X\U. doni over fuinished .M'KIL lolll; IXIii.BellerCough(; This 't..IK 1 ,h ; he p",il!>li-l.el) ,,II, .
H I. 'M xv...>lc t <- fun .
h.."""". nar "'KarmrrMAI .t1- apat" MI''n' !r' n t.i.t .Siaily; > "II" iirXX'eeks '
murnltiKItthg. .... l In tt.. 1'r i-I.u. .1 <""...unlT: .
lily El Itanelio Miitrl. an> Apartin 'i.r i ii Sli. .1 $"ifl ti U'.iiiH-.l Si t titdast th.it our .

per AgPnt 11I'h, \ .1 Thuni.i.Fl 4-: in 19 : lIt'pheHrowart! Stnrkland. is in erinhMat...il I Iii'I, I :'h .1 l i'I' I.'. I I., ,nur. AIR WAY SANITIZOR

KOU I SA 1.1'--.Ka: :>) :0:1'111In". .-/' waliIng ReliefWhen Ith., hci'piial again His trouble 'IOIo"FICI.H.(! :: IUT..T Thnm Phone 26.1: Stark Fla.

machine ust-d OIK yrar .4JIV I FOR KHVT: '!I' \\ "i ': ".in' fii, ," -h. il I nm\. S""III > to be swelling of the 1 > '"'rli ..f the i'. i it.t r,,., "
\ Maillsi.n I It. lin ap.iitin.nl-. I i Mint I 'it t .ililin I 1 1..t|* new drugs or old fail to stop abdomen Dy Myrtle T. Dea" r. D"t>".v ('ti-ri.\ proudly presents VACUUM CLEANERS
\ iff "..a. ,. In.tier. p1-i "Ii ,I. I .ilig. your cough or chest cold don't delay. ,
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}'olt SALi': Wdrooin .I..k| lioii- I
i.i rg.1.'r.h.. and laxvn $ tn.' $r, .\1 .
Creomuhion contains only safe help. Pearl Muslex has recovered -
on Swan Like nrar Mclm-tr. All Call St lirliltriF: :ItI .t.-. lah.. )
niodi-rn 4.riin\rnlrnci'ii. o I Ilinihlsi.n. I left Ki--ided road 1'4 niihouse i--. I" ful pro\cn ingredients and no narCotics from an attack of blood poisoning.It O milt r..nrt. IlraJfonl (''''nnt Complete with 11 Attachments

l\: SA. Mt'luo.c. Fl.i. lip with sign at prate Mr. to disturb nature's process. It ; I'lnri.lii In Clianrrry.Wildin .

'arlVvnn.. r.ronkslde. Apts, If! goes right to the seat of tie! trouble to seems that some of our Junior ; \I'ttinett Pli'Miiii: t I v- i. i [ \ New Triumph of Engineering:: :: Skill No Hai< "t
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l.:iki- one r.M.in a iol) tri < : snwixr 1 .Mai-lime. t rpany. ".mi.nii aid nature soothe and heal raw, tender I Teaming Union boys think it i! I'.1-' \i .. I (Container to Empty Also. Designed: for Kehef ot
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.otn. Mothl....u.i..allx I I fiiiipprtt I. ike Tity 1o'1a. l'h.i' \'>11. inflamed bronchial membranes. I IMOT, important to play ball Sun- t tonlrr. Of PuMiralli.an.l \..'I.. -<- '1.. GIAIIOUR : '
(' H Nasxxi.itlix lit II.I.la .: Guaranteed to please you or druggist \ i'u.rar| : "(1tI' or Plori.la '. ..: hay I'e\erand Asthma
will repair your inarhin.in I ii'|' d.I\ than (to attend Training Union. .
top conilitloii I reasonal.l.I \\'. refunds Creornulsion has stood .leantif Yvonne \P.eini.'t" II Ii"- i .2.
.\,> \ 1'1. \ V". money. i Some uf them did Sunday. We d.'m->> ,i- Uoiiei i \ li.: .-i \ /? Life Time Free Service Quarantcc
only 1 -
use ginuin.Singir' -
i p.ut- the test of millions of users.CREOMULSION.
I'.ranohfil 1 anil x\-ll I i ....t.-il. I H> lo I 12 many I Afri.-i.:
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does not ( /
this
Our s.'"n u-e i-ars will 1.It'k up .m inch. 15: for $2. .\1.1"1'1:" lilooinInj .... I Y'.ll .11.I I ""<|lll Il'. ll I -HI'- -IM ,
; pl.intn. fiHi.. 7".''. $1 I .,:t'h amiup 1 N.deliv.-ix'.\\- SniK'T servii-e in.ii limes I upull. rfr,.I 'I"axa| | I I-! \\Vindei! II the dogs caught the I ii. Ii I 17 I PI'..'. t in tl h.: .. !I. i. I i D.rlint :Jg. iIl( OI.JoJbk'Ilctlle.Jf Mail! This Coupon for Immediate Free Home Demon

Canirllia\ : Japi'niri>>, 1.10\ I 1'J ( '",," -I ,1,1 I '-,111-.-. XX ll. ,, Ik |1'1"I I. ration
ableii i'> a iiiialili- I 1./1" ralicm Coughs, Chest Coldi Acuti Bronchitis .tt th.x \\.ie attei Saturday'vyyyyYyvyyy'vyyvvyyyyyyyyyvyyyyvyyyyvyyyyyyvTyv ..... .. ,, IJI1pre.fJIH?pI c 1/iJc//'l.. ) -
in tr><* ea.h.iiit. ilui.l.I |III i nil I i"I i ''' '
: .\I.: )r.niy.: \iillltKN : \ 1 T..j.-I iph shall: pnl.li-l) I tl I. "''I It r e/iJleOlC/lt witll.1CcCIltu3tion aa. - - - .- - -
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r.arlrton. Fin.VOU -.- il "ii :-t.irk.: 1-\,1.1\ i i. ''I, 1I I 1- ii
OF ALL KINDS I FOR SALE -- Attention Cattlemen < i x !t.J I '.:..'. : UX 0 I Jarksontillv. Fla.

Sll.K-ISirl'i"Uoll Ka-f 1'ik. ( orrii'IM.; \ ''E' T.) .\ .1 Tli.-i! -
brand new nf\ .-r Wen ri.Mn" UEXOVATED .\ I l.'lk ..t( -.I'll' < '""I 1- i

reaxi>nal>ly Prkfl. J. K..,.I..r. i I 50,000 STALKS SEED CANE \ Rx M'I tIe, T .P'lxe. Meputv r-k| 'PIRFUJ."tIEf i I would like a FKEE Home Demonstration of the \n i
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,, ttt: LENGTHS: 6 FT.NI) HETTEK; : < I ""I."! .I Ii. ksollX Ille. ..Kl.,1'111! I 'i KTOT; bouliful creations train which t to i \VaSanitiror Vacuum 'leaner at nootHgalinn to fllI.I -.
:; dill) rold" with qum : I Mixf..r Plf I r. 5(1,1 that wtUc/l/ sutts you best -
a Ml of monr\ Sat IiriLt)' niclii! 1 I
near Rrown 1 Iierhv. Kimlcr pleaeoall I 2c Per Stalk \ I,4)(1I1'fl.. :\II-f'f" PURSE SIZE $1.00 Name

\I'.rown l-rl.\ I lti> FLYRNITUItEIetIphItere0 < "'(i-i--I.t 'K.nip'.ill 1 Ami I Pul.li. ,. I II I' (HU1TAX) I -

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KOU laST--t'.ml''I'h'' ifiliiornlfilfourroom and I II" \ K: Mi-Kiniu x Si I I- I: \ T: .
apartnu-nl .Ml in..4tO"i r n I \ ""nlan.i ,"!: lii" I.on"". Smk.KL.i' i.1 l II i iI I .

coiu.nlen prlxatf Lath :HHVVa I KefinMied SANTA FE STOCK FARM 3 I atlti .'kll tiIh-r Inl"r..-t..1 p.un.- ( 11\.
,.hinston Si I 1h'ttq- I I -\V. :NuTI'V'; I is. herein uix.ii 'h., COME IN \\1) THY 01 H I

1 n.'he HASTINGS \TTRESS CO. { r I (0'1..1'1'1.) I P.: I'lroad ::111.1 i Pul.lt. I I' II It.". I II .TitTHOSE. .-... "-iiiI U.,.... II"nI

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    in irrc. nhoiiv.. Snrulunlanl 1o:1I/:1.I\.d: \\".'*IitiIig In' tIt- I fold I Count *' '..nit 1 I II I ', "I I I. .
    > > I N()'l'i'( ) EX .\POIUT( ) { 1 1'
    for sal I. .\t-o larkspur t tifi ii tions un (in. i .1/.: ...I'n! i'.it|> i Florida '
    xnn'" lai'f >...i.i.i..... % I ..tl-.II-, onlv Ilii'i.I I'.ii.li.ii.l: 1 C.'untx' i I iKMhivr >o. :i ;.-.:i-. < IiI c:

    "al.iillii'n an.l I.It..- lilx ..f i In' Nit.' Telegraph tfSIM'.VKI I! on the appln 'l''II .>t "' .:,1.I ,1.t t.I Sold ;in Stark
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    : : C\S i KKKKli.l: : i, : : t II VTlilK How Long Can I d..1 ri.indini: l 1"I' I f"
    t I/ Our Store (Jill/Iij NEEDED
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    K.->;ul.ii-U' |1111,1 i .11 JJ':' T, I'll.il a certificate, of t pi1' ItI. \
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    an.l .'"III W'it"" Kli.'ri.' r.fjrat.r '- till ollt" "Sl.lilf 4 !.,-- l"i> I auto tr't i-p-'" < .,
    aii' "...>"r.i'I K We Keep Liberty ? (pan*. .I' a > "lulls.' yy'v'vvvy-v vyyvvTv'vvyvv. Vcv REPAIRS. .

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    : up Order. 'a I.rn at l Jahmer.. I IShnpp. | cowardice want of port 'in "' '. rtTNt ,, !
    If t\ ," -" > llel pI'i. I iiiii'fl. 'wnte or or public spirit theyare .
    fl.t III Gift '. Phin- I.T: tr | \\' s- 'i 10 I I II 'FW SIDING
    Hill s.itton, lit 1. unequal to the exertion for 1 I r\, .. :0;.., . 1 I I.

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    1..1 t in loll",1\ house and I preserving it they are more or less -: .n HiI I I. \ MAKE; THEM 1

    1-', II: : : 4montottag... g3-: :: a. i.-s ,.f i land: ""|' 'M 1.1I1SSOO<> <(< 1 I ,11 .: sijj FLOORING
    .-t.\f, water ln-ater. ."!..<.. r-fri.-r- I.n. I..tl I S2: i P'I iii.' 1 i1lIa. unfit for liberty; and though it may be for : II'I .

    .ii..i' Vlso :: .1'.11\ apt ieai ,.1..\ tfi oiit.ii t in., at ..n, .. .I 1-: Crawford Maltt ffitm now tht 1 PANELING
    their to have it for short
    .. good even a time
    1'iior' liirhtu Hot walfr I hliw.. "t Farmer I
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    Market Itp 15 i >0l H I If; In' "II \ Kill"Offi.f :y u w Jt the) mt>r f f !XMok ATTIC
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    lurllish..t 3 U;i lip !
    S they are unlikely long to enjoy it. III I 110.. Mnlr u..t Hriiriirnt. _
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    \l'i it 1 \l > Lulu Mue vhortie coat. SAIJR8MVXTKU Rl'liabl I': ,, I I AGE DOORS
    p. niL" i'i" ." 001.t niff** \ man I.- -"...'".... 3.. ft.' S.hmldtP.al.r as !I' John Stuart Mills said that more than a I'' Ti:\'' :jprtcati! n *f y yr. WHtMakt > .J
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