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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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"t I14 Clay Properties Post Cut Production

County Tax Assessor's Race

5555 :M,, ..miloni.v\ ) 1 I.v. 1 ,. anIIM: this: week. ii i i..

Brad' '. i County: and "Vn !'! ,!p --L: (qiialitv: and i titling prmluiii
\lillute 1'hoto by the Telegraph- .
Polaroid 1"
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:.\ in the t Kmgsli-y LaBlanding *-' ( 'tllli 'I 1, "t' awbeiries 1 passing atSl.lt"

section of City Cm v., : -' .
Announces
Farmers her Long
Market
)I.HTITIltTla: : OFFICIALS gathered in Starke for the opening I .. :' Farm :
have not then Sign-tips
registered ;p..P :. ;'.' .UK the past seven days.
of the new Blanding Imve-In Theatre, Thursday night of last week. I with the Area Rent Off.I" t, '1'0

leftS R. E. of Columbus. Ga.. vice president of the r l'"et'k' production: was 451 1 1I i
Above at Martin ing to Guy Park., .\--a RI'''. ; '75 5
I \ies tOt which received Candidacy
Martin group, as he congratulates Manager Ira Harris on the successful Director growers Due March 15 ,
'-'MiKll: I In the previous weekt'
) opening. Other Martin officials present for the occasion were C. "All of Clay Counts .<, vignated ".. r 55 5. *. <.\ ei.sold 539 crates for $3.

L. Patrick. general' manager of the company (second from rUhtl I, and as a critical housing, ; an-a *)hT | I 1 i. ,. i r"l Hti'

Ronnie Otwell of the Martin publicity department. In spite of bad on January 17. 1952.la'*". Mi, I"a. Thus week County AgetrMcClane : | \ I 1-1 1 post t I'"" l lA
Friday anc" requested .
Harris states Parks. "March 1. 19.V- '.> n. 1 farmer I. S S look thi- '
weatherince the opening!: night that public acceptance "i't""ied" through the weekend their intentions i '
of '
(\f the new drive-in ha* been splendid, and patronage is being drawnto I deadline for landlords to> : "Ke 10" '.'ather featured the first of I the 19.V2 Agricultural part '. > their rental accommodation ivation t < > S v ::ll! i \ :MI the 'icl.ir !
Starke from a wide surrounding area. ui' :'i 1,- '.\-ek. but another downpour Program if ( S
they
wi- U ,
those Haves
landlords td
who tall <" ''-gis A
mie: Wednesday afternoon farms to bi' .
included. .
I Th. 1. .
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I
ter by that date will be mioia < \ lithad: bi h p vi
'Ii tjiiahtv of is line
fruit expected t( ; for thi.s
sign-up is M Lt'' n i i i'''i ii.i -.I
j tion of Federal law. tot i i !'t: '
BHS To Enter District i
Cagers S. i 1'1 i |III 11with the return of clearaiher i and no applications can h -' .tt' i "'111,. thiwe.,
'I Mr. Parks said that mentbi. s \t .\ ( ; sidered after that '
date. T.l 'IL n \\ ithdi.iwa ,
li "'
Tourney At Jax Beach Feb. 28 I I sit the rent landlord office staff will gladh' a- I >aily sales rt'corton berries at '! program has been chang! \> I K ,"h j, i\ e "busi 1 ',.-' |I"
any in filling on hrI McClane
I the added
t.lrktmarkt't ,
the that
: during pastw'l'k in t.: ::1' r .ii .mi
,
I I forms. Or landlords who '.t i Ish f I must make
I is as follows: a statement ,' .
i ; I .
Basketball draws to end at 9 iii Ling.
an with wo1
scorers point fill them -i
I out themselves, may pickup I)ate. ('raft' Range! ,\\ g. piactices they intend to can ". 1,011'1, ,
BUS except for the remaining -ri I 4 S i toi tl '' n1! ,' ,
i
the
Itournament afternoon the
n games last Friday L- forms at the Kent ( liTre in 1M2;
F' Fl'b 11 32 5.10-g,6!) i. I at the time they -'* '. o lie t" ,
games at Daytona i lilliI''t'I rs a::"' I r: ""
the defeated Ocala at the
girls girl? Green Cove Springs Bank 01 I \I ""j,, I, 1A'h 1'-;. their farm. These
"II t \ II.I II. 2151.008.10 ;)..91Ft'h I I intention- \ ,' ei I that he
Jacksonville Beach. > will '
Beach and I si.jk I th. ,
.
57-45. Strickland and Moncrief: j building. -I. I. '1 be "i\
1 I 16 261.006 10 57:P considered, along with otn( -i-i post The .
The gills: play their last game tied for scoring honors with 1 7 1i I wuhil-- \ i
j Mr. Paiks said that -<> land I H A !F'h I' 6t: fact, by the
Friday afternoon in i Lake City. me i Buddy i Bi.siV'ji! .h aniouiitl ; 3.00-8.30 4 41Fl'h County Con- mttt" Ha\-s: and Jack iou ,ICIMami '
points each. The Junior Highboys i i lords apparently are under tht d l II! ,, i i in the allocation : I OeneMcCarty IAIng)
Bradford drew the seconded I defeated Lawtey 3-23 with yesterday his i andidact \ :!..30II 4.7 iF"h of funds to pay: 'I T J Aldermiin. the "I i i iin
i impression that the new extender1rent lu I Comniis.si :!" ,;l ) for practices
seeded P. K. Yonge team of r I r ouuty IOnt'1 fionDitnct L 4 nO110 St I on individual farms the field at p-eseii'
Stanley Clark as high point corer i stabilization program doesn'tI I| 3 I South Starkei, In addition practices other than: In .
in his .
Gainesville as their opponent I with 15 Meeting announcing i ', )h.t
points. I into effect until after completion I Mr. Bishop is a graduate olIJHS t r th t't' which are carried out will\! Mr- Long said that .
the conference tournament at 1 Set it 'l!. :t' .i,
Daytona Beach. which started Tuesday night all the boy of registration. He explained I I and attended Emmy, )'1I'r, ; Road 229 Work\ not qualify for payment unless-, For March 11- pledges himself to I.H.' "

teams traveled to Gainesville for I that this idea is in error, that the sity in Atlanta. He served twr the approval of the I
Feb. 21. Seabreeze, P. K. Y New County Committee I The second courtesy, and to the h. 't! ,.i'
return games with Gainesville I rollback date of September I. 1950, I the U. S i it jbtamed I meeting of the county I-
yearin ability
Symriia. and Ketteilinus were the Aimy during: prior to the Dan for with the needt t i h, \
seeded teams. high. The A squad lost 37-36: C has been in effect since January I World War n.I To Begin Soon completion 01' the practice. These McCarty will Governor organization payers '>f Bradford Count't \ I'' ,\
squad was defeated 39-28 but 17.; and be held in the
Last Friday night in Starke ; that landlords may be required I Mr. Bishop, now cliaiiman of thr) important provisions are entirely courthouse in mind.
on Tuesday, March 11 I
the
Junior ,
High boys found the to new and will
refund any overcharge City Council, stated that he require Mr
P.K.. Yonge defeated Bradford ? .I intends some adjustment : at 7:30: p.m., it was announcedypxterday Long stated. "I 1-1 t'
going easy taking a 50-10 decision. made since that time to their to retire from the Council! TS: l.i-t, in each farmer's
8-31 for the second time thi:! I i't'Iuailiing obstacle t( I!I planning. by Carl Johns who withJ. owner in Starke. hax.m.' h.
.
season. The winners showed a ,! tenants. i I at the expnation ot his present. t th'. on-trin oil of State Road! Farmers are urged to study I R. Wainwright: is co-manaser of raised and educated in HI! ,'"i- '

fine game in their ball handlingand Next Thursday night. Feb. 28, j "On the effective dale January I' term next October 1 I. 1 229: ha tWt't'li Connei Bridge anc* thenfarm and to decide whkli the :McCarty: campaign here. County. I am marl''".1 j '

shooting. The game wa the varsity boys enter the district ': Ii. rents were rolled back to th' : State Road :2'17: ; was removed lastSatuidav I!! practices they intend to carry out I Mr Johns stated that a Ladies former Marian Dowliny \\ .

rough from start to finish, with tournament at Jacksonville\ Beach i levels prevailing on September 1' !! Bus Application : when a deed to necessary i I before they come in to sign uP.j I Club for McCarty will be organizedand one daughter. Mary Am

f>6 fouls being called; 29 againstP. I The locals play St. Joseph's ofSt. t: 19.iO.: and a landlord may not : tihi} of t way was received frorr :,, However. March 15 is the all ladies!' are invited to attend I "I am a member ot 1 v',. \

K Y. and 27 against Bradford Augustine their' first round! :,; charge more than the rent he WM'i i Container Corporation America ? lute deadline and no farms can bt, the next meeting in the can Legion, Mason !r.. ,ni, .,

Delano Thomas, with 9 points wa opponent. Bolles and Fletcher I 1 collecting on this date without Hearing Delayed The deed to the 'ontainer propeity signed up after thai date The) I McCarty courthous'e the Baptist Church K.-. I ih, : ,

high for Bradford and Edge wa were the only seeded teams in the r 'i I! written approval of the itr.i( i ffice. ;: had held the project up for office, is open foi sign-up.s eacesekdtv h will be opened about the middle ofMarch. ; three and one half \ .11'u i ,

S. high for the visitors with 14 I tournament The winner of thi: I" ." Mr. Parks pointed out. I A public lieaimj); nil th.applica some I nme and the Board of Corn' w from SOU am to 4.30:: I Mr Johns said. worked at the Florida Si r it.i I ,

points. tournament will represent the district I,1'' New construction C\ln\'fr..IOUs. I, tion ol C'h.irles E Johns and A. ty Commissioners in a speci LI pill and until: ri"
P. K. Yonge's B team upset at the Class A State Tournament : rooms in private homes, hotels: E McKiiuiey.I Si to operate a nu'eting last Fridav. had decidetl I the first McCarty meeting in the ment I believe my hii-nn---' "" ,< I

Bradford's B squad 37-33 in a starting in Gainesville motor courts, motels and other proposed Blanduig Bus Lines ha- to in-titiite condemnation proceedms ;' Seaplane Site courthouse last week big and experien''iwill I ',. ,

preliminary: game. McGee led the March 6.Eunice. type accommodations which were I been postponed until 9:30: a.mMonday. ". Arrival of the deed the tol- to serve efficienth. .1 ", .

exempt under f the limited rent March 31. according to .; ,, l lowing day. however, made thiunnecessary. To Mordecai Ham Assessor
-
Be
I I II stabilization legal notice carried in thi- issue of Container held Approved "I pledge to eai I Is: '
Grocers Warned program previously i up the
] At Pine Level
Announces the honest, .
I in effect! in Clay County are Telegraph. deed, presumably because of itf courteous >n.i

To Display I As CandidateFor i oven-d by the new program The ht'arinK'a:; originally i set des l.. to reserve timber right The State Improvement Commission Dr Mordecai Ham. performance of my dill h' < I"
famowievangelist I
I for Friday. Feb. 22. Announce on the property in has given notice that ed as your Tax Assess i, I 1
question
Pricing Posters ConstableJ. j ap will be at Pine Level' full ,
iv( of the my effort to
.vt postponement way'made The proval for a private di-eh.np 111
Mauley Construction Co. of seaplane site Baptist Chin u ( e': ill 1 ,
I Guard by the Florida Railroad I will be given I day SundayacioiiliiiK :-t 1>on-ibilitu .ij tli.s I; i "I' .'
& to
Several instances of retail grocers S. (Jule) Eunice. Cagers I Lecsburg, with a bid of $41.000 j I Roy H. Browning I I. .in aii'iouiii, 'new bth. .
prominent.. \ Public Utili tie- Commission l of Keystone Tu\ i"r 1 IM I 1 t-I I I' ._ '
5. failing to display the community L I citizen and farmer of whc'il was awarded. the contract for con Airpark on Feb 2!? .' pa-t-i R. VE Mail .
| t' '
Lawtey, \ !HI' '
aides i I I'
conduct the hearing. tl -- r cause is i i : '
pricing posters showingthe stated this week i struction of this road several! shown In writing.
that he intends tci
The proposed line would prior to that date _
established OPS ceiling pricerhave announce as a candidate for the i Beat G'ville serve weeks ago. With the final rightof why such a per -._---

been reported to the Jacksonville office of Constable of the First .Starke, Camp Dlanding. Hum way obstacle now disposed of mil should not be granted : Drive Slated For Phone
phreys Gold Corporation, Kingsley 1 i it is : : The ExchangeS
Office)of Price Stabilization: Justice of Peace District expected that construction proposed seaplaneit. i

A Reid Mann. District Director,I I the voting precincts, comprising of The |1,1, (. II :Xatioiml ( :uard l ba- Beach and Boomtown. will get under way at an earl 1)' located in Sec 7. Town-h ; S---- __ ----
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haannounced.. Lawtey. N. Starke. and S Start )k-tbill team < oiiMiuied its winning.i ; date. S outh, Range 23 East on 1 I. fli

Mann cautions all retail groeeiIn r? to the Democratic Primaries Subject \\ :i\- IId t ,'ituting ,-pinted guaid Drainage Problems ,I The County Coniniissione'-'! \'.teqrie'sued Brooklyn in Clay County

Duval. Baker, Bradford. Clay: in May. (t.';mi t fiom' Gainesville!l (1.61 at On State Road 200 i' I the RE A to icmoxe it-I Accoidm I i > i t .

Nassau St. Johns and Union that th.' St a rkt' armorlast S.i-i.nla.I poleirom i I the -ue of the Tcii ;.t;! i .,1, in, _
Mr. Eunice is in right ot way ir
the law requires them to displayone I business of farming engaged and theI night. ToBeDiscussed. [iiepaiation for the Will k. ment) ('()flhIhiS.IIU! 1 1., it-- I 4T'

of the ceiling price charts for: stock The -- ,-. l' -_. the proposed site
and
|raising in the Lawtey section and'I II game was highlighted) bv: Progress: : is also report i i i.- ha- _
I II.> :
,
1111..g' pl.bl} it I tn be
t'verv 1.500( square feet of selling two former ; "- in i otmec "ttL'able for the Mf
I I has a wide acquaintance BUS players. Frank i'(iiiii'ctto11, wilh tin' Ca-tein :' c:
through I I _
!' JMIItion _
with
space on their I premises. Dryden and Jack ? State! Koad :L't 4II>0 i Ii'.S it it' fl'h'dCouncil
nut the county. He stated Eave- who ".-i- tlI load 229. bet 2.r:
that 11i wren : > amStMrke
All complaints reaching titltstriCt it> I I led 30 and 26 SiMi: I will be :aired b, !ioie the State
i is a firm points The
believer in the old respective ly. 'tirvvas '
slogan Road "M tenth:
office for non-display ofthe : Ada.ns Depaitnient in Tallahasst"Monday _
I I lof equal justice to all and special: and Shultz wcre hl ghorers lonipMed! ) on tiiin piojet't and t tin Discusses
posters have been made by, Scrivileges for by a delegation of Bit ad ,
consumers Mann explained. The |I p to none, and) that if points each Gainesville Connie \ with 17 ford County oflici.ilPrescnt !I.- Count\' Conimi.sioiH'rhave I ol'lI"1 i ietl Plans For Annual :

harts must beso, displayed to allow elected he will give the duties of Ingram, Clark flu gh plan- of the Road Department a title -eaich III piepdiatitiii u ,I''Old '
'I Billy Dansby. loi IIht.llnl1: : ,i'i': J- Home Day'
'the Randy ;: i MI I the i Ilghl! 11 I
a shopper to come within two office personal attention i C hitty. and Richard in "Ol1l1t'l'tinn with I ihi \\i\\
Crosby play*>d
feet of the poster. 1 fine defensive ball widening ot Stat'- 200 tttou ig I' :Mi-? Marian How.
for the winners. evti'i: : : i'" ,
"Most retail grocers are properly 1 Stark indinio plans for diainapisnuctures I -5 I
The the
iietaiyot
.
ADDRESSEStt. locals play Sen. Staike Chan.; ; 1
displaying the ceiling price a return game t I from the B. C. Pearce |
\ rth the highway t. c.t t Commerce appeared hpfoic "
i Gainesville ( \ I
posters," Mann said "The Jacksonville OF INTEREST cagers tomorrow t tit' railroad in the'i< i inity "IKnights i Will Be (:"ity Council Ttu"'
Speaker il.iy
night (Saturday : i I.ght: j.i u i iienting !
\ office however continue I at I the1PK .
( quarter- but do
not' iniliidc
I
a pictiiti' n1! tit I
to tecVive reports of Instanc. ? I i Miss Gayle Sewell.! Student HospItal Yonge gym in Gainesville. "1 any provision tor raIl i t Yln t At Legion Meeting ;xhlbit at the Sta-> : !Fur fount1.' II
The > "'
Univer-iu
where the posters ire .rt on dis-1 I Station, L. S. U., Guardsmen have entered !1 t the water farther than that The a ilso, \'
suggested to t hI' :
Baton i Rouge, La. the District AAU ;]1 local St.re S-iiatm B C Bilii 1 ( 'uuuu'il u ii.>
play and in other cases where I Tournament in ddc'gation111 ask the denartment ( e e establishment of

merchants are selling merchandise'from 't Joseph J. McKowen, Bo139: Jacksonville where they will btI i! to obtain clearance for PI'all.t't of Palatka will be the ,n Starke. to b. an known annual: eir; I | 'oil l \ I.\\\TI > IM.MIIONIi I I \.t. :

their food store shelves at Oakland N. J. assured of top flight competition 'canying the wai M' under the railroad ,principal speaker on the Ameri |;lome Day', whit h wmild, as "Oh1' I urthe! at a meeting hell m the Lawischool: auditorium I u I '
'! Capt. E W. hayes -0.343135.; fiom the cream of the : i an Legions program at its t) ing
n'
prices over the established ceilings. amateur through Knight quarter. g'a ill of the old light Shown above studying plans for the
Co. G, 7811 S C. U., Hanan S oh.r teams in this district ular meeting jo be held M-sidents n.i.. I K t' new opera) mi.: I'
1
t
and
Tuesday
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The tournament on to Miner Creek. t: J.
| t o right l : E. Wall Jr..
own and
I ''nst, APO 757, N. will Night Feb. enable a compilation) of president of the Lawtey ON < '" ,f
care PM. Y. be
N.
held 26. at ,
the
"In order to th,' Fcb ; Likewise ( !
protect gro'l'r 2.'i. :26, 2i, Uie department will be Legioit he historic facts of the vas elected to the board of directors
'>f of the r ,
at
the Home City Santa
who is Y.J. Jackson/ High i ;asked' beginning at 750:; ( o'clK-k\ Tel.1h5' "'
cooperating and place gy-u. to extend I
,, rrop.I I its drainag" j tarke II was decided IIbservan.'t' ). P. Lyon, .
of
W. that the manager the
I'pchurch. lit. 2 telephone
Box Senator mutual: And.f .-, .
er safeguards so the ronsunif will I plans on the west side of State, : Pearce represent-.
t
Iiami Fla.Sg.t. --- should be designatee' o] Lawtey A drive
1 i 18
26th now undC'f't: \ t t"" ,',' ,
not be overcharged it is -ccssary On-Farm 200 south of the school house District III the Florida Statt I! .., iso -''j//" .Ij
Reports At ome tun.
?. .1. H. u in AprIl. and t that t hat will be
aveetmg
Gassett AF142S7714. '' nece that the enforcement division of Of present the plans call\ for underground Senate and is presently serving: r of all > establishing. ..i lI.. exih.u .:. 'I,
1009th Earnings persons interestet1n a mthorized
the OPS take steps to handle instances Spt't'ial'eapon Due drainage from the highway unaiiman tfl the Senates tiat i' such to accept funds for this purpose ar. J K W.n t I Helly. j
Sadn. an event be hell
Hq. A. F., the Pentagon. 011 FriK
where flagrant violation? Washington 25. D C By March 1st west to the new county jail. and Fisheries Committee, as Vice d la Man h 7 C R Whithead Sid Shutorl t- A M I W.III1 L H I

are evident with no apparent in-1 i The delegation will ask that thc Chan'ma n of its Legislative Man B Thomas I Iia\e Shufoid 1 1'1.1! n) I And-rs

tent on the part ot some retailers \'t""III. taking GI: Bill\ llistitiitional dr.tIMJt": be extended another a enh'nt Committee and t i- r William c Powell offered t. !

to oomph with the law. i Quota Oversubscribed' I on-ffrm training were re block to (,hrh hall Sti'-et niembet of the following kiinwn a- Bin-sow/ Pit. for tin COfCToElect
i minded today by the Veterans ; Th.- delegation ft,urn here :Mon- ot the Senate Amii'i.t I For
B.
As usual. Bradford County over- Administration I Mire 'i ii POMo: turpentining the trees H. Strickland
and
that day i- Livestock, CitniFMHI ,
BCDE Directors 'reports of expected to unhidSen -
: subscribed its $100 quota for theChildren's their 1951 He adxiscd] that tht'r"er,. from Officers
earnings must be submitted Charley E Johns. Rep. Doyle EConner Drainage and Water Coni, 'va'ionPinanie Blanding Employee Monday
Will Meet Today j Home Sonet in Jacksonville to their :!"O I) to :00 tit"-s on the land that :
VA and
Regional Of County Attorney H V Taxation. Governmental
during 1951 F.. L. mild' be woiked .
Matthews He
I fices -'d U'Sty Br'"I'd
no later than :March: 1. 1952. Knight. anl several members Reorganization Pubiii aKJ I Hamilton Si rii'kia !jut \ luni heir, tii'-..' i,_<
A special meeting the Hoard chairman of the count p the City 3.i; 'pi r face for a 44. lif"'l"iiK
Failure the I'tilities. Rules and resident of Stark andKmgsley Starke .
to submit the Buaid of Count* Commission' Calendar. and I I Chamber of d'be ..- ,
of Directors of the Bradford County sponsoring committee states that report :i i\" lea-e with I I
by the deadline, VA .'I S \ .rt'ransffail't.. -year thtpro'lsion Lake died suddenly in aacksonville heir} :rt r 'T ,nd. ,,
Development Enterprises Inc. 1 123.54 was contributed to this warned. may that if
at time during that .l
result in Senator any jpenod j Hospital last Sunday; (;wd"T' ( ;Ir .
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discontinuance Peaice :3M.li.ing -
: served
will be held in the School Board charity during the past year. The of GI in WorldWar the Cltn.edC'ft the !
-ubsistance I with proper mnining following a long illness\ i| Will I- .. I .
.J
the ;
payments 20th Jt.loffu'l'
office this morning ( Friday) at entire amount was given by resident until !such Military Rites Engine-! H he would turn samback t( j Mr. Strickland
I time was born at I .
as the and" I at'hlt'h time i '
9 o'clock.\ reports a charter member and
_ of Starke : ,This year. ui addition teach, farm VA. For Pvt. Carter the organizers of Brt Hodgf oneof 'he City and the I'1t'ould. refund I) Kingslev Lake on Dec. 6. 1907, \! and officers for 19.12 .'. :: 'I

I Care Necessary In Treating With Acid :t lramee must send i in a second Sunday Afternoon Post 4i, The American Legion of t", him that on the portion lease.of A payment motion iuneained Strickland the son of, the and late Alonzo S ed

Mary Austin 1 ,
,! report a certification as to the Palatka He has served in theLegion All Itoard nipmbeiH :i 'I '
was made by Councilman L. 0 I 1 Strickland, who resides
A A Murphy of Palaika. area be late." the forester said |i I II period; of time they may have been Fii'ieral I --r\ue- for P\t John as Post Commander. member Hazen that G L. at Stark- men are urged to att"-t." :
City Attorney
forester with the Naval Stores I "Excessive lightening can be ;engaged in employment outside William
Conservation Program was conferring j promoted bal'id. treatment if the farming activity. This. too. life l in Korea on Oct 4. 1951. were 1 Exec'itue (Committee for many a lease to Mr Powell for five up. as a storekeeper with the Bailey Discusses

with naval stores operatorr t I.t started too early." Mr Murphy .I roust go to VA before March I j I' held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockin years, helped organize the 40 an'l! outlined. :National Guard at Camp Blanding I,
The
in this i-ection Tuesday declared.'e realize that warm riie earning report covering t the Raiford Baptist Cfcurch 8 Society of the Legion in Florida years seconded as motion I.Has f. was a member of the Firs' School ProgramAt

Mr Murphy states that a recent. I e weather encourages a turpentine ;nl ly; income from productive labor i ior with the pastor. Rev J E Strick-!I represented the Department of Lewis w and Councilman :Baptist Church of Starke Rotary Club
by unanimous
experiment conducted by Dr. C. I man to put on a few streaks for ': the calendar year 1951; serve : l land officiating. Durial was in I Flonda as delegate to ten National VOte pa-sed I Besides<< his mother hs i n 'Ir'"ived

S Schopmeyer of the Southeastern I an early spring dipping. These lI i double purpose. VA said Fir t. Sapp Cemetery with full military Conventionincluding on' !'I bv two sons Donald <*nrfl I T.'i, ii' as P B,HPV! ;S'; i

Forest Experiment Station. Lake I called 'early dippings' merely re-soth t: ey are used by VA as the basis honors conducted by American held in Paris. France, in 1927 The City Clerk Wa instructed' ;Broward H Strickland, Jr. both I'IIPIHIt'nt o' F'ublif !

City indicates that $ safe time j" duce the yield during: the summer f'or adjusting each veteran s sub- Legion Post 153 In Public- Service! Senator Pearce t" notify R B. Alvarez & Son I I ,,nt King-ley Lake, three brothers I discu-sed:i Floi'ida '.

to begin acid treatment in the I months If such early! streaks *iistance for the current year Pvt 'arter 'lost hi. life in I has served as a menib -r of thr moving i contractors that it would I pb Sidney F. Clayton G. and Frow foundation nrtimpr'\ >,"r

spring can be determined by are postponed experience indicates 19521) : and second they are part ', Korea last Oct. 4 Hi- body arrived City Commission of Palatka ,> nel essary for them to make i ''W Strickland, all living at Kings- I l luncheon meeting of i

watching the top buds on young that gum yield for the S8S01will t>f the veterans course of mstruc'! in Starke Wednesday night. lIc>mbaT of the Board of Bond repairs to the sidewalk on Madi. :i j ley Lake: five !sisters, Mr E WIIa Club her V. '. V

saplings. When these top bud! not be affected and there is no 'ion in farm accounting thus giv. Feb 13. accompanied by a military : Trustees of Putnam County member son St. located in front of the I I ]h >'es. Starke: Mrs Emrrii Lud 1 I Iivig. Mr Hi.;I- I h

double their length in growth it risk of excessive: pitchsoakmg of 'ng him the opportunity to put: escort. DeWitt C Jones of the State Democratic Executive -< Gay property. which was damaged Miami. Mrs L. A Weekly j .simple-r 1- .

is safe to begin acid treatment timber. I 'nto practice what he has learned I Funeral Home was in charge of'r ': Committee and has server by their truck in moving a tenant I _cala.r Mr*. J. H Moser Kingsleyi I found ; i

I the experiment j showed. II I holl1J you eled 10 try acid S 'n the classroom\ I l local arrangements.. i j one term in the Florida House of from Mr Gays house j I ]Lake. and Mrs Myrtle D-ndyj, that a ,.r' ,' if'j '. '

"Manv successful users of acid I treatment early in the sea*m." the Farm. trainees received th Besides his parents M> and' Representatives and is presently The Clerk was also instructed J Jacksonville I.T, unt "f f < ., 'S

n.erely watch the weather and for. j 1 forester contin'ned. "be sure to r lecessary VA forms for both re* I. Mrs. Willie Carter. Fyi Carter isj; serving his second term in the to notify Carl M. Ritch that he Funeral wrVirM wer- !hMthe : .n !''j anon "f cji IJlI. ,

obvious signs'of growth in timber freshen your streaks at least every p torts earlier this ear. VA said survived by a brother. Edward. I, State Senate must arrange to move from the I t First Baptist Churrfc Moilaafternoon > I regardlf- i- .'

an' vegetation in general .;.114 days and not permit the pitch-h f :"heyiU receive assistance from a sister. Mary his paternal grand !' The Bradford County Legislative city street a yellow truck which I at 3 o'clock with Rev I j or what hi< -* i' I" I
Mr streakis !
Murphy said The first C soaking to climb
the ,
tree any t heir instructors in closing their: mother Mrs Sallie Houston. anda I Delegation consisting of Senator had been parked in one place or I L D Haine* and Rev W E Hal!! said that '!r- '- a t t'egntze'.I
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then chirped at the time when great di.-tance above ; I I (
: the present b toots for the past year, and in: foster grandmother. Mrs. Belle Charley E. Johns and Representative Jefferson St. for more than aj (officiating IntiT-nent was in the! e .J ai ," .
regular schedules are .streak line
started in chipping the "For Northern lightering will Pitch-soaking and t ransfernng data to the VA forms MCormick. I. Doyle E. Conner will I : .year and also to remove the boat If amily plot in Kin !!I"y Lake C-m, I and ha- -. L. '

Florida it spring.would be desirable area in the turpentine prompt face a lifeless which 3 I.lore, than 237.000 veteran-farm Pall bearers at the funeral Sunday I attend this meeting with the I parked on Thompson St. in front ; i t tery under'he direction of D* Witt t ( ..,JIH"I.' i

t.' I e rs. all currently, in GI afternoon were Elmer Wa!. Palatka SenatorLegionnaire.AH I of his place at once. or u would po-tpone acj.l treatment until I will not yield Then training
several
: gum. lace. John Mott. Leslie .. Veteranf'1of 1 be necessary for the Cuy to have (Iame Th- -''c"Morgan. r:
Bradle
March 1 or even later depending 'streaks are necessary: to chip out' vI rill be required toubmit the Legionnaires and Active pallbearers were Jimmt r.
re-
on the weather of course and the I I lof this area into !live, ort ac .'Jirc: 11 VA John. Green Sapp Lt\: r-.t' Haf- s-arke and Bradford County removed, charging expense ;Moore. Maxi Carter Jr. Herbert :, H P countyft s. '

definite ign-- that spring will not I I I again y ana Ha! G" riloi. 1t i irlul'.y!! '! ir'.ited to attend. t o hum '";reen. Adolph Gay Richard Hill en .f publl! .ih IUI' .

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and baby daughter, Teresa Ann,'' -on.: Gf'I'ald.Were, ..
Telegraph OUR DEMOCRACY in Jaiksonvilk"ver 'vork on gourd decoration- .,
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Bradford County I' E.nV
by Mat ale! spending some time at the the weekend.Among t > 1-1.
member made .
a colorful
hone "I' Mr. and Mrs H. B. Ar- oha n. r.
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR \\oud. the visitors :1' H- '!b"n"r. string flower containers of vinci-- --- --- -- -
DEMOCRACYearroun c/o!, Miss Esther Mason of Jacksonville School the pt1.t AK \\ -.',. :Mr-: h.I n!.:is .1'j ,\'IJ"ki jars. Th: .. hl.tt.> .:
rublished Every Yrtaa1 and Entered as Second Fla. j I : \va- the dinner guest of Miss Bland H.ui.:! : i :\1'. \\ 1 i-: \11:: -ert"1 Starke.
Class Matter at the Post Office at Kn7a! Blanchard Sunday Albrl'cht.r: LaTlltl and Dr to :\Ir-. Marie Clemons. M T i
.t', M I' and Mrs. Laurie Edwards evening.of \\00< .irnThr ii- Not-nan :Mrs EL M[ o

1952 I"mville' i He Iii ';: Hr.. p. I K, ,, .,
MemberSubscription e, f I were calling on Mrs i : 'i!: ttI"lI -si :M: e .I'.i\1:: !i .
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4 : \' Futch returned to hi, ]. :\1! ,'. (1!(
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11.50 For Six Months Tuesday after OA MM t EATT nfuU
$2.75 Annually s/ being can ......
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I % yON '. i the misfortune to fall and I

PRESIDENT JANUARY IN 7.1749 THE' FIRST, GEORGE NATIONAL WASHINGTON ELECTION WAS IN CHOSEN THE US. 'Jr'Mr.+h and hi* leg Mrs.while O. J.pitying.Phillips w,.uattending This Is It! LAST BIG WEEK!

to business in Jackson
. VIEWPOINT t. THAT EVENT MARKEDTHC FORMAL LAUNCHING( OF OUR R.EPU3l1
yule .
Monday.
AND BROUGHT INTO ACTION THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESSESWHICH ef
OVER. l6l YEARS OUR. PEOPLE HAVE BUILT FOR Mr. and Mrs H. C. Kelly spent!
Sunday in Jacksonville where (thevattended 33rd ANNIVERSARY
THEMSELVES THE: MOST SUCCESSFUL ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL SALE
a convention of the Red!
SYSTEM THAT MANKIND HAS MOWN
ProgressIt
Telephone Service Would Speed Laictey & White Stores which was held ir ,
Mayflower Hotel.
is always a fine thins to see a community bestir itself ,m, I H B. Arwood spent the weekend ; ,
and work together toward a common goal. That i>- the with his son A. E. Arwood in At-

reason we have followed with interest: the movement now on l.uita; Ga From there Mr. Arwood!
'a
foot to bring modern telephone service to Lawtey and vicinity. w. 41RSuI1 \\ill X" to Birmingham. Ala. tc
mutual. \-t: his daughters, :\11'8."a"l.
through the organization of a non-profit
t id:' I :M.s: :McKinney thence oil I"-
Sooner or later most communities find out that what- I1 t.'n'I.. ; Miss to see Mr. and Mis
ever improvements or ad'ancementthey: make must conk \\ (' Austin. before retutn.ni: ;
largely through their own efforts. It is very seldom that a !1'oI".
The SO LONG AS OUR PEOPLE RECOGNIZE THAT THE: RESPONSIBIL TIES A number of .
silver
town has something handed to it on a platter. Lawtey citizen att.
citizens of Starke found that out in their efforts to obtain OF CITIZENSHIP ARE CONTINUOUS EMBRACING PARTICIPATONTHAT ,t. tided luneral services for J. H y re eo fOtif
GOES BEYOND MERE VOTING- T.I in in in Deland on Thursday of
of waiting for someone -
industry for the town. After years
an the fJ last week. Mrs Tatum is the father -
to along and establish- an industrial payroll, "
come .
oi :\11'; Geo. W. Roberts. I1 | -1II
people of Starke decided to meet industry half way. They LI nf \ M Lewis of Gainesville, a
stock to finance construc- ? a (Quant it.\ Right Ht..t.pt.d.
sold ,
and
I'rift's.
organized a corporation !"Mn. H'sident of Lawtey. wa ((HHd ThIll "I II! I h.t!
tion of a factory building. Then, and only then, did Starke ialliii', "n friends here Monday
obtain its industry. Such has been the experience of many lrlllti;: !

other towns that got tired of waiting for windfalls and wisely 14, : Sunday evening Feb. 21 TIIKSK: : VKK JTST[ .\ I'KW: OF THE BARGAINS; :
I P.- J 11 F. Rutland of Gainesville
their bootstraps
decided to pull themselves up by own
.\ .i i U! i MMiuct| services at the Metiio Ytll( 1.1.I FI-M) IN: UR STOKE THIS LAST Klli(; WEEK: !
At of the recent meetings held in Lawtey to advaiuvthe '
one
dM! ( !lIIITh. Tile public N linitfdi
telephone exchange plan, one observer pointed out thata SO LONG AS OUR GOVERNMENT HOLDS ITSELF CONTINUOUSLY i 'oih< ..ith! h..,n himHEILBRONN!
town needs three things to progress: 1)) Industry : 2)) RESPONSIVE TO THE NEEDS AND DESIRES OP THE PEOPLE- VELVO Reg. or Drip Grind

Transportation; 3)) Communication. Lawtey has industry: OUR DEMOCRACY WILL CONTINUE TO GROW IN
he said, in the form of its profitable agriculture. It has fine FREEDOM
IN POWER AND IN OPPORTUNITY.
transportation facilities, being located on a federal highway Lb.Pkq..
and on the main line of a leading railroad The only thing i i \\\' :Marian Norman COFFEE 69

lacking i is' an adequate system of communication. This wouldbe il.iv; at 1 t'1'1I111111 .

taken care of by the proposed automatic telephone ex- LAWTEY The Fi.uik Junes 1.111111Wpr Cliimh Ner\
change, affording modern, economical service to business, : bUSIIlt'ss'ISlt..l':; in I'dlalka last' Regular seivii'ps Wt'retwirl
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'as well as to individuals for use in time of sickness accident rutch |i Saturday Sunday with good tendance -- --
arise in com- I Miss Arthurine Blanchard 01(f despite the bad roads and weather
or other emergencies that constantly every Argo Tender
Mrs Flack Welland laugh Jacksonville spent the weeken'1with 1 I ; Don't forget Homecoming on Argo
munity. i ter. Nina ot Okt'edlobet spent her father, A. M. Blanchard.1 j March 2. The Bradford Cninl1
We admire the that progressive citizens in Lawtey : and her sister Miss Enza. .
way 1 two days in Lawtey last week witu | Singing Convention and other
have taken hold of this project and are pushing it to what :, her mother. Mrs. Effie Miner.Little. Miss Jennie Lou Jenkins j I j groups of singers will be present SUGAR SLICEDPEAS
is hoped will he a successful conclusion. We will welcome the Miss Lou Edward and Mrs. Matof': Jacksonville is visiting hei r\\ A basket luncheon will be serv,'d
closer tie that a telephone exchange will afford with the good Saucer of Jacksonville were visit- 1\I grandparents Mr.\ and Mrs. O. J. at noon. Everyone is cordially invited .
i ing in Lawtey Friday of lastI I Ancleix. to attend.
people of Lawtey and surrounding community. i iLet's on II
ii i week j I I \V C. Phillips and Sargen t The Go Forth Circle of theV PINE APPLE
lie Ready For March lillrive !: Mrs. Struth :and daughter Miss i Hanson of Tampa were guests of M.r. met at the home of :Mir
i i Katie Struth of Starke were I relatives in Lawtey last week. Julian Spruce Monday night.

The Beautification Committee of the State Chamber of guests of Mrs.V.. H. Edwards Sun I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitehea,III j MI- and Mrs. T. N. Norman .and 5 5V

Commerce has designated theeek of Marxh 17 as Beautification -;| NO. 303 Can 12Y2C No. 2 Con 15C

11'eekin Florida. It is now in the process of setting :j

< up local-level committees on beautification in all counties i,


not during already Beautification organized Week.and hopes to have\ them all in action I "...,. ..\..\.."\",,,'-.;:_".,.:....,:......,>."\;..-.....,;'.:...'.":_._._..:.-..-...:.."',...-_..'--v.". ,.:.... ..'' '.'.. ,\.\\..".. """''1.\. ......'.'.'.:;.'.--'.:. -
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. So far we have not heard of any committee being or- k ::: '
ganized in Bradford County, but we hope that March 17 will
find this county well organized and} ready to swing into action II I I She a. tear ? No. 303

with the rest of the state.A TOMATOES Con 11 2C

good example was recently set by the Marion County I ,
Board of Commissioners who agreed to place $1.000 in its I 1or1'enny'P.. ..ti

budget be spent on beautification projects designed by the i! Virg.a<< -- -

local committee there. The Marion board even went further 'j I Donald nut'IOranl.t' Klasja Cello. IV'" :
and agreed to start a nursery at the county farm to grow I'i" .
shrubbery to be used on county projects. i I drupef ruit or (Mended( Long .drain

The keynote for the forthcoming drive was :set several I!I a.- I i iI

months ago when Ex-Governor Doyle E. Carlton, now serving :II I I JUICES RICE

his second term as president of the State Chamber of I I j t, = _. --- '
Commerce, declared that some of Florida's main highwayswere : I
"junkyards' and that the entrances to many of the i,I MS
sfate's' cities and 1 towns were "unsightly I I and a poor welcome' : 46 Oz. Can C 40 Oz. Pkg.
visitors.." I II :l 14 Y2 19C

In calling for the organization of a beautification com- I Ii

mittee in every county. President Carlton declared that i it' Post Cards
I Penny
No. :{Ol():: Arno:: Bartlett No. :'I ( herrlie Red 1'ie t \\
"beautifying Florida's highways is a task essential to our

growth which: presents .a challenge to'every individual and that is" .Yes, GovernmentPost Can :
every organization.: (Please note. Chamber of Commerce PEARS 13C CHERRIES 111/2C

Woman's Club. Rotary. Lion Junior Woman's Club, BPW, Cards now cost 2<...one

Beta The Sigma State Phi C, of etc.C) also adopted a resolution urging that i' of the last great American No. W5: "FROST" Turnip. ( ollard No. J l omstix K >(iid l'lt'GREENS

all policing agencies enforce fully the Florida statute which I values to bow to inflation.frive 3 Cons Can
specifically prohibits the dumping of refuse on public rights- : 29C APPLES 1612CBoston CA

ofwa:1I1d sets up penalties for violation. In recent months .'"

the Telegraph has received several letters from readers protecting I I"r"'I.. .,.:'.., ....... .. ., ,:".". ,<;' '' ,. : ... .::: __ > --_
the unsig'htlduil1nin1! of trash on hitrhways in this ''''''K:;:;.-=;.:.,:.\.'>>.s:'S-s \,::::::,:,;" ;: \\.-:; .':"::"::':\,:''\

area-especially in the vicinity of Kingsley Lake. ButtPORK
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Bradford County is certainly "missing the boat" by not i : :: : : : :: : : ; ".:'j;.. \\\, '::.:.. ..:.:: :. : ':
doinir something to beautify its evivllent hi h'aover I r'C. .,
which hundreds of tourists travel daily. Let's see that our : ROAST Lb.39C

local Beautification. Committee is well organized and ready
to go when the statewide drive begins on March 17. a tkeer

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.; 1IEAI 'LINE SAYS: "Eisenhower Remains Aloof From r -
Politics." Just off hand. wed say that was a mighty peculiarway r mny ft. :'fJr. s Lb. Lb.

to get elected President.ALVAREZ' j.I .:. :' \\. / LEGS 19C 1 OC

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From where I sit ... fy Joe Marsh : (. : Penny Cost of doing I I. s o mm. BEEF: ( buck 'urH'rhrancl

chores electrically. Yes, Lb. 5 Lbs.1'1
w $4.00di
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Four "Hot-Foots" much of anything else anymore ..
1111k' \ "\\ \" "iI?.n i \ I.al :Chipped
r .i: they'll still buy a Lb. 2 Doz. $4.00l
Cappy Miller' i nusit! him-elf in: Fisrutoi i I it uathe t-v.nk. Hehippod 4 9C
new far \\e ".'n't lie seeing hi-, right. i\.i ,n a hurry, too. : lot of Sunshine Service! BACON EGGS
old jalopy): b'lunl1lUHr the back That cy htiiio: ho.i'i\\! *mightyhot. ::
roads an) more. I'm :going to miss From here I sit, old habits are ;: --
it, too. hard to shake, on.ethe)' get a .:. h-i I ". PORK/{ l l\.llli! I //I/t'li |1111/1' ) I'"

Many a mJling Cappy and I hold. Like, for instance too many .... Lb. QC .00
still in the :: .::::;:-.2X.: :::: :. __.:. .' ':..:;....:::...::.......: ::..< ... BRAINS STRAWBERRIES
drove oil in that rattletrap for a people are habit of ;:' '';'':;'; _' .. _' r... ... .0 0'j .' .'
day's hunting or fishing We'd trying to run their neighbors' .
pile rods or guns in back and prop lives-telling them how to act, ..... TTTTT..TTTTTTVTTT.TTTTTTTVT..TT... ....VVYr..VVVYVn..V.VVnyat..T
open the trunk compartment what to wear, whether or not to i Yes, Reddy Kilowatt's! average hourly wage for helping AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAiAAAA1AAAA1AAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASuperbrand
. Jiggs, Cappy's pointer, could enjoy a refreshing glass; of beer. i with homework is \just cboct I half: vhot i it was when his:
jump in and go along.: I say that kind of thinking's outmoded I Company s'a-'ed:! in b-s "essVlf Chocolate Vanilla and Strawberry

They say when Cappy brought out;ht to be turned in I

the new car home he opened up fora new model: ",III..,
the hood to show oT the engine Q .11 f s $
and poor oil Jigs hopped right ,,' /I.tU/[, i: FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Fts.
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FRIDAY FERRT ARV 22. 1932 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST VKKE FLUKIH
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i Church Sunday afternoon. Military' i j- Nonrr. TO ..trrnutIn !, wi-eks in the Pradfi.n', cn'\, -. I .

Crawford QualifiesFor rites and burial were at Sappcemetery. I I'loriihi Cirruit: In Court('ha nrer.liana llrnilfuril. County !i I graphi Hated tins)" !l'h d.tv f J. ,' 4t'l: : :i ; _: .-, ii : : =: ::::::;- ,
Sheriff Post j rjermi-e Ellison, Plainliif tr !, l!I 5IOFFICIAL::!. .
t I f ray V. r.lli. f'n. efriidant PKAU A .T T'As
:Mr.: and Mrs. Ileeu Lewis of. ,
Caseo Si:1.7NOlIrr :: Clerk! (.f sad; < *
T. C I Clayton! Crawford ha-- Jacksonville and :Mead: Lewis of Tpprnr.. By Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy < .
Tn: Coy v. Ellison whf.r. '''.- %' '' *
paid his qualifying fees as a candidate Wildwood attended church here dt-nee ii-: l"nknown.Tou I 1 +
for Sheriff of Bradford Coufi- are hereby notified that a 4' M.i. ron
Sunday and were dinner guests I inns
. is I uit for Divorce has b>>.-n flit,! Tk.. \.t.. .,' li. WEDELIVER
ty and actively campaigningfor j of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. against you in the a ho\" named I'onnn, I""7., ,n--,, I I':;; i 113
the office.In Emory Lewis. Court and cause and yell are required <''.unt'' Fli.rul.i" grinds
to serve a copy of your aiiMVt-r until K) > \ M M, h "
statement Mr- '
a yesterday I Mrs. Sue :Myrick: of Lake Geneva or pleading to the complaint nn fur the '. r. \\ CAL
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pun .i- 1 /
Crawford said "It is my intention : stem! the weekend with her son the 1'Ialntiff'ltorn...)'. Zarh H I .>ne newt.,.", .', <"nrrurk .' 1
Douglas 505 I.vn. h Building. Ja. ksoiiville .. '' .
and desu in the -4 l.nK I.
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to see i i
everyone ROlfrtIYlick.:: and \\'as an overnight Florida, and file the rigr- I Inn.-. r mot.. r : fell! STREETE
county if possible, between now guest of :Mrs.: H. :M.: McRae.j{inal In the off f'.. of the Clerk of th.- ;ipro" i nf
and the primary and I shall be and Mrs. H.1.:: lcRae,)Circuit Court on or before the :P.rd: ]1 1 .-I., pr-r; f r. "k;
Mr. .
day of Marr'h 19.2! : : : otherwise th- full rt. 'iJlti..," -li.\ ''
grateful for the support of all. I Mrs. Sue Myrick and :Mrs: JV.. allegations of said rOtmlaint'ill! betaken I !. P.i-l. pri. f i *
will, if fleeted, the as rnnessed! by you. .. .. '. \\ KESKIIU, ... *
give to people :McRae: were Sunday dinner guestsof This notice shall he published made, I .;i'l 111.'p''ard. | \\ THE KH.IIT To i IMIT ol \ MTlhApri .

of Bradford County honest sober :Mr: and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. once each week for four conseoutiv! .. .
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and efficient service :Mrs.: B. M.McRae.. Mr. and Mrs weeks graph. In the Bradford County Tel.- |I Ir.fnen? Tot' TUI.1 d!k ."i' 'i'I I-II tl'' __ ,., ,r.- n ',,_ ,_- .. .- ,-. : :" _. -; + _'-_ !\.: 3..: : ';

i V E Thornton and Miss Sherly Hated this :30th: day ..f January ment.. plan. ,.. .
19.!. I I Total def.r' ..1 t.] i+ i
McRae were evening dinner guests (OFFICIAL SEAM A. J Thomas. new tr\llk l I.--- i-l- ..1' PEPSI COLA 7 UP
PINE LEVELBy i of :Mr.: and 'In. Carl Dobbs of Clerk! of the frrcuit Court for old -ruck. <.r r,1 1 1i ,
i By Myrtle T Deaver, Deputy Clerk i The tr n-k .f \I..u.1: I ff- COCA
Lake City Saturday night. We trade in i "n,' "!-.. ..1 4) t'! '
:2 'I I 4t :!! :22!:! OR ROYAL CRO\VN
Mrs. II. .. '
M. !
McRae Truck r trill \ T 'ltTv'nr
that much
know Carl
are glad to is C
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improved after a recent illnes-v I II o.l.>r ..( .1 '1 1marv
Mr and :MrsV.: C. Conner and I I -,-- i ii i,!' :-.n1"'I: TO trnmIn : < I I.2! Root Beer Carton of 6
i fin-lilt four!. llrndforil.niiilj'i,, \ I"' v 0.
daughter. Evon. vv're among those Midget Persil >harj>eners. Ideal.' riorlilnl In C'linnorry.n I, ,. v
t who attended the' tun 'rtl of J. W for home u..... Only $1.83.-Brad' ..atrir-e Martin Harmon Plainluff ; -.1 COLAFrosiee Plus
v. Ernest C. Harmon -fend-
Carter at the Haiiord Baptis1! ford County Telegraph. I'I .mt. Case Xo. 8922YlJre :!9; l <,' \1.1. I'OK 1111I""fI Bottle
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Lt Robert Jackson !! another annual fashion show I ;
'.u .. near uetyLaMira Mis K: H Smith and MCol.snn I'
-, I '::1:1.1'! Stewart, Ga. for ) Easter in the Florida Theatre j Gill I Bill Graham': spent the first pi '

r 1 f. ," here he is em- and this Saturday be ore and 9* m'-.I1'' "', .' ,,- -'\' p. i-t bi .the ,_ week visitmsr; Mrs o ',: i

-tationunknown I 1 tend the St Edw.irds bazaar ,tr' : Ill hi' ,t people ah'eStenis inu'y: in >{(\"

hear Bobbie and i I ;;',,{;h t'ttl supper at the' t:iat I atter attending a

,_ d : .I'i t.! ate b:.1 K non: their 1 1i hall th"-1. Olmto ft'cr.attol'I I show in Madison :m.r.:: ,". ,: In IM 'iiil tiara I nun i III|li\1'1'10\1 all,i':rtl (I ,

'i mo"n, spoilt down ir : rIdes fish ponds bOn: ''is and th 'New York: -:", ,;,?" "I'j; :' ,. I'In ml,i In I h.lllrrri.ll

t- ,'Ih.r: new '52 Chevy Works .see Marian Howe isback I of 3" hi'nli ,>:m, ctr! !rug: =N'day' \ tt
,9r'A i !t.i Bi .id('a of Ocala. form-!!' 1 ,
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in of C +office au,' she ntuin.'d .llI :h. ,out .. ., .
Gladys Monty <' I \ I I" \pUr.nt ,
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i.-- I MMting Prissy Meftrii heaving a big sigh after two week' exaitrat -he occupied ,ithose ,' ',
Phone 35 "- past I, weekend of 15 hours a day at the Brad. I thousands upon thousand-

_, __________ __._______________. I t \\ :.so i 1,1 b, en out in front of Co exhibit at the Tampa fair [and sure eno'ic'::, '1.. a"">, th. \ ,,I !.

I B--t;; t >ilucational building said she attended the County Com ear ring'A; \ 01 1, !h,. .. i' \ .

Valentine Day Silver Tea Is Lovely Event I -4 r kn ni.i\, "tht': ti> see Carlene LanMI missioners luncheon appeared or: ,\ Pleased t to iiieet th .-i iiuinung '' r."t I I I'I '

Given By Presbyterian Ladies Auxiliary I i / '... \\,.ilma :McClane. Mary two broadcasts and all in an!! It I ntwiomeiKittle M'ii-.ii.': all, -\I. I"1 1I" ,,' ,
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One of the. outstanding social branched silver candelabra holding tactics of Did you see a popular BUS the Silvvi T,-a las: Thursday! afternoon :.: ''r / ""
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events of the season was the lovely lighted red tapers ued with : blowing by Martha Junior girl I initials J G i fall off Kittle is the wife of the .

Silver Tea given Thursday afternoon white ruching. Pouring <-offee it' i \ h-t! they were a sight the sidewalk Tuesday night in Brazili.i! onsul, and -.he and he1 tt 1 .11\' ':', \' > ,

of last week by the Ladies and tea at the lovely silvei, servo !I'> McClane I : said be didn't I front of Roch'sno damage done' husband r. (,t'ntly pIII'l'ha.t'd thtlovilv 'pit.. 1/1/ '

Auxiliary of the Presbyterian ices during the tea hours were 1 K mw Mommild act so silly heard a large group of BUS Alinn countyplate ,8-1 of 1 '1".. .,' .' ..,,"

Church in the Woman's Clubhouse Mrs. F. F. Stump Mrs C F Ward, t.:ll'-S I hey' were in a contest for.1 jun' -- ----t'rs had fun at the La\\ti\ Hell soon letne! and 1 I, !. n.. ?I
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Mrs. W. J. Chandler and Mrs T ,' church that skating rink in Gainesville last I they plan i I" make then pci niaiieiithome I K, i'1r "
p .1.1 1 \1"! t'1.'' l.\ n. 1'.1. : inte bet I .
The red and white Valentine H. McNeill. teenager Jackie Phil I Friday night so nice the A [ ih. !i. i Kit tit and! Cornelia ,_ I
I'KTTKKI I'OriJIMi/ at the Silver: Tea are Mrs: W J ( J motif was attractively carrel out Greeting guests at the door! vver away dye Sauls sharing all their pretty (, will bi joined soon hv i thiiiij! '! tt tr'
Mrs T H MrNeill ,standing:: tl to ri I are committee ht.in.t-n: MisH : l from now on she bleached her' I ,
the of Miss Evelyn Stump, and Mrs WE. ] camellias with sister, M.1'v.oool..ln. ot
in profusion early spring hair I I neighbors ane' I Lynchburg ti! "r 1 ,.. '
flowers and magnolia bough? I Dowling and in the receiving B Pevton MiK G Duncan. Mis B. C Holtzemimi! Mrs \\ E, and didn't like the results s"1 II I friends orchids to Mrs James Va., who will .u-! :u i.: ike hi'r '

placed at points of interest I line in the lounge, which was composed |K>\\ lm.tr, MiR P Stubbin-. :Mrs J. R Kite and :Mrs IF Stump. i dyed it black to cover it up and 1! Lambe who celebrates her /81st home with the'ail! \\'t'lconuaddition 'OTIC is: in
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throughout the club rooms. Also of the officers of the tw : woke up the next morning to find! birthday today ( Fiidayi I and -< I ,; to <>iuH..'>aI a-: In, I. ir. ..it. inn. Hi,ull..ril i ,,'"

set at vantage points were Vic1torian I circles were Mrs. K. G. Duncan to her horror that it was green |i does L, S Hutto his list j Hear the Mootvs a n.ivmg+ .' I i.- nl.i In 1.1 1-' Ii:MII'<'iI '

tables that were overlaid Mrs. C. C. Wynn, Mrs. Robert Miss Manez Dodd I Bazaar To Offer : the beauty parlot really had t li'l|; L J Green is celebrating hIs .">;JI! "'J'' Yatiku inva.sioo ..it t t nlai-ie.! : thi- "
Paterson and Mrs.: Herbert Gieen AMonday < work on it t to met it back to UFI 1 ion the 26th I i .1.I .. Hi!
with satin .
white and red covers Honoree At Shower aried AttractionsAt weekend and oi 'K' natural shade .
<>n top of which were beautiful Attending the silver trays were See a couple I I I Heard! Flo Cullv middle-aisle-' 'I and Harry wanted '< ,ow otti ,

Victorian pieces of china and centered I Mi s Margaret Rose Duncan and Evening St. Ed"rard'sI more popular, Call-treeter whr I j lIt last night; more details next i i!1 their :2 year old angei ''I.i wh 'II "t, '\
have been
with Victorian lamps which Miss Frances Caldwell d\('1Igtheir hair butI I week and Manez Dodd and!, :! the relatives have never seen at'I! \ \ ,
Miss Manez Dodd, whose mar j bazaar featuring booths ol I can't mention then !
cast a soft glow over the !setting I Mrs K. G. Duncan president of riage to Dan Priest will be an t'j handiwork food flowers) and! I guess who' namesso I Dan Piit-r an: t.tking; I the big :l j I what does baby Gen y do Wi'dnes I'

Across the front of the stage, the I jump tonight fiale Sam ha ''! day hut fall flat on her face till! ,
chairman "f this other "
society waa general i i event Friday evening ai j many exciting items will be Felt for little -
} sorry Holli-
against a background of red crepe of the tea and had assisting her 7-30: o'clock in the Baptist Church. |'|an event of this Saturday fro mday, 5 years old, who Hope cut a gash assigned Cpl Stephen St John t. j ling hei .'l'al11p"I'mg and biuis, ,' '!..
paper were placed large glossy 1 0 duty at Camp Stewaii! Ga. I it but good front I toiihead! t ,.
was the guest of honor at a lovely o'clock in the morning until I1 I over her left "
green magnolia leaves, all of the following chairmen and their miscellaneous shower given Monday I' 10 clock in the evening in thI j evening when eyebrow last Fridayt sorry to hear QIIC't'1trs: W H I | chin cheer up Gladys, it '!'i.ipp! i iJin I.' .I, \
which lent a charming atmospher1to committees: Mrs. H. B. Peyton, running up the e Yawn has been in the hospital '! the best regulatedfamil.es!: ., ,
St, u I I 1
in the Edward's
Parish
evening Baptist recrea' I hall. Th'affair I aisle of the theatre, ,
the scene. and ;Mrs.V.. E. Dowling, chairmen tion Hostesses I stubbed herr Augusta, Ga tiC pastt'k undra r I The Girl Scouts wish u' I t n"I',j n 1 "',
room. for the affair is being sponsored by th i toe and fell against the j: 11 I '
The beautifully appointed tea of decorations, Mrs. E. ;M 'I armf observation Congiatulation.1-1 I''ryery+nir for the wonderful i j. ,I "
were Mrs. T. Frank Lamlium. members of St. Edward's chi i-c h.i I seat had to have 3 stitches I I I Ii"\\: "
table overlaid with white Davis and Mrs. taker, i
was a to their
Evelyn Cooper to Dempsev and spouse cookie sale thiweek >' .
Mrs. L. N Pickering Mrs. H. A During the day there will be Den Holizendorf Margi Sapp' ..Ml" "I T ,
pure linen cloth and entered with] chairmen of music, Mr**. R. P. La'on.Irs.: I rides, I and son' B 'Gain.svillet i t on the recent ariiva' I .For those who were" f. ".,,1 I i Li ,
Ewell
: Lawson, Mrs 11 pony a fish pond and oth HC.I I ( wne sine an I Ii "l
a mirrored reflector which held a L Stubbins and Mrs. J. R. Kite' ; I forms of unhappy pan i.i tliei vi'<'oiid! daughter 1 he.irthat missed they plan to have moi, | ,, l'
I JT. K.leClane and Mrs L. A entertainment. Twrj\when -I'! I h "
unique arrangement of Mlvered chairmen of food, Mrs. B C ,' Canova. !' I II hand crocheted i' they went out tuthin tarn: KiiMstine Raesa I 1:I cookie on sale in just a tew > \I" r,' ,I
bedspreads:; will fSund.iv J > anioiijih !I ,
anti !found :a{ dllghld t ]' 1 1. lit i'I| I
which
pine boughs to large, red Holtzendorf and Mrs.V.. A. Stern.I days
A coior: scheme of pink anwhite d also given away. A paghett'suppe. 1 killed v chick, II" nil t tvMi, ."t K ;"iT; nit 'nhtr5 of thi pcint I' I I' .I' t 1
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trawbeiries were attached chairmen of the kitchen and Mrs. j I' .. Seems to be all for now Slung I '
will be ,
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Placed at intervals around the T. H. McNeil was achieved in the artistic: served from 6 to'clock PCs big [pre! tni ki \'" .r F P.tou.llIg! i"la-s ni n aktna1 (OFFHM.Vl. :.10\I., .->. .1 '
and Mrs.V. J. See sari in the .
) IIf'XtC"al'olyn I ', ,
o in the ft-iU ,
centerpiece on the reflector were Chandler, chairmen of invitations. i I florai arrangements of dogwoodand evening oral the B I' U s ,ire play M-,. 1-1': ; f'h itl '",. -'inn -,> ,,1'\. M\rtl.! T, pIt of tli..-' i"In ;t. ,nI

exquisite red and white camellia?' Mrs. L. A. Canova and Mrs. I azaleas decorating the hall | .
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and centering that arrangementwere : Lloyd Green rendered delightfulsalon I Numerous white tapers on table? i! !RickeyVilliams -

placed red satin pillow heart I music during the tea hours. arranged around the room lent a I\ Has 1 1i Theatre Party don't miss this

edged with dainty lace. Flanking I About l.V guests called during !i j soft glow to the setting. The 'i I great money-saving event ot your AlP!
beautifully lefre.shment'table
the centerpiece were two five th.- hours four to five-thirty. I appointed Rid'ky Williams eeh.bra tt-d his : k
was centered with I a gracefu1' .
: eight birthday anniveisary Thins w
I arrangement of pink and whilst, dav. Feb. 14. at a theatie patty
Miss Dodd To Wed \VSCS Lays Plans carnations and! mums surrounded' ) Preceding the math,", Uui

Mr. Priest Tonight For District Meet with pink nylon ruffling inset with i eighteen youngsterwei e "I'J i \ ''!
; I baby azalea buds. The
I cl.nterplt'l'f'was ]ire cream and cake at i rhr F :Mi

Miss Manez Dodd, daughter o/i! The Methodist WSCS. business flanked by crystal candelabra a i :r Williams home nn XVtln .' s

Mr. and Mrs. \\'. J. Dodd, Jr., will and program meeting was 1| with burning white tapers. Crys ,: street and were given fat "- d

become the bride of Dan Priest,held Monday afternoon in the 1' tal compotes held mints and nuts :, Gaudy and bubble gum.

Soil of Mr and Mrs. Clyde G ,i j church sanctuary with Mrs: Titus ]' and crystal trays were used in i Assisting Mrs. Williams n, ,

Priest:; this evening ( Friday) at Olson, president, presiding. sl'rvingdainty heart crescent and I I i ink; her son's!' little guest ,. I i.

, 7::30 o'clock in the First Baptist Plans were discussed and comp ;'i| star shaped sandwiches and littlt'ink ;:MrE. L. Biggs and II"1, I :

'hurch with Rev L. D. Hames mittees appointed( for the: Gaines 'Ii cakes firs Clyde Priest I i Judd. "'

officiating.No j yule district conference whichmeets and! Mrs. \\', J, Dodd, Jr. poul'e(1cofft'E "" / :

invitations!! have been sent, here on Thursday. March 6 j tat -' and tea from silver servile'' Dr. 11. B. Merloni :. :. featuring scores of
each end of the
but all relatives and friends are Mrs: E. K. Perryman announced table i. i c.Q
invited to attend th* wedding and the World Day of Prayer ) The receiving line was compose Honored At Dinner onl1l
to be values !
It.tl'phon.whl'h will follow in the hfld\ in the Methodist i of the six hostesses and the brid", ( except
church on [ ,elect. Dr M B ,
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irrreatiorial room of the church. i Heilong l'.I.ht! i ul 1 r
Friday, Feb. 29, at 10 o'clock | ,
The hostesses his 76th birthday :aiiiuvers.ii \ gun(
Mrs
Olson announced the following I presented then;
BPW members 'guest of honor with a ladle day at a outfit diniiei pal! 1\ ,ii
1commilttl'
Planning as a gravy
nominating the Grade A Dressed & Drawn
: Mrs II. H Adams. from her chosen silver pattern a.c Herlong !lioiiie on N. \\.ilni I'
Fashion Show street.
JJrs. E L.Iatlhew": a remembrance of the occasion.
Mp
n II. C i Invited to call between Decorating the home i ill' i tai i< ;
\'II""Prl''idt'nllildr..1: tl'hIrs; T. H. Slade and Ur the hour lb. JftC '
Sapp occasion were
L. D. Crt'l'n.Irs.: seight to nine-thirty were 20P numerous dnan'" J 'iEEWS
Heibert
fin-sided over the business tcssion Riteand ''i i friends of the ments of azaleas, gladioli .,>"I' q 1
honored
of the February meeting of :Mrs. Olson were given a rising guest. camellias in variegated colots ::1{ TO! ) i IIt..11
tin Starke Business and vote of thanks for their untinpg 1
Profes
The 50 guests included lii'im i
efforts and labor in re.1 Doris Knight Circle '1.illtllitl '
sionalVomans Club held Monday
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and relatives from all over Fit, t "'(/
evening. Various items of decorating the interior of the edu- Has Wiener Roast ida and the Carolinas .
cational building. "II.a,, (O\ OK SNMF'I'
.Iwsiness were transacted and the Assisting Mrs Herlong m s.,i\, Customers;

group voted to have the annual I The dl''OtiOIl'a... given by Mrs The Doris Knight Circle of tht- ing and caringfor the guests W'T'| Co; Smoked Lb.

Juvenile Fashion Show about twc'ec'1 \\'. G. Haile and Mrs. T. II Slade Baptist church had a wiener roast; Mr!'. Hart Hill and Mrn Benht. } err HAM S sse

\\ ka before Easter.. tltr'OJlrnllhl : gave an interesting talk on lat Friday evening in the educational t. ., Hamm of Florence. S. C. '

\ wSU;) be chairman in charge Rrotheihood, touching on the sorf building Mrs Ned Yanet-y I U"e'/t' 93...... c.1'IJ.lJ..... Cil. .Gr
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of arrangements with co-chair ,' !pots in the wOrld. and Mrs M. H. Shopped were \VCTU! Notice Cr4e! ; .. ( '':: {

"men", Desta Dyal!, Delia Rosen The meeting was closed: with I charge of the social. I ii !i' Your A&.P is 93 )years );nng Lb.

berg, Ma.1a'! :{iddletopl, HrlenMalone j i prayer by- Mrs. \\', E :Middleton. Gamewere played and the Cl i iThe}] regular! meeting of thelejWCTU this week. For It.1S about this p''o\TRI-'HK TCHOPS 65C
of the time in 18')9 that our founder,
Melba Partin, June max evening was a bubb I! will b- held F..idaFI'b. ;

Krownlee and Adelaide Crowson. WMU Has Program gum blowing contest with Mrs. I i 129. at 2 p.m at the home of Mi- George Huntington Hartford, -

March hostesses will be Delia |I Gene Frensley winning the piize \| W. A Scott on Washington St pridefully opened the doors, ofhis 1 PASCAL
Roenberglnd Mildred Sap|] On Prayer Ministry Twenty-three members!' of tin modest. little store on cxI' 1

Marion Howe will present the program j I circle enjoyed the affair. Street In downtown New York, Stalks
The business; and meet, Winsome Class
program CELERY 2 1 Sc
on Public Relations. i lug of the Baptist WMU was held I the forerunner of today's A&.P. i iI

Melba Partin and Margaret i in the educational building Tues WOW Meeting j' The regular monthly meeting of |i Even with his vision, we suppose I
Miller served delicious lefreshnients I'I the Winsome Sunday School Clasf '! he'd be surprised to see -
day afternoon at 3 o'clock with Set For Live Oak : GREEN; TOP
to the members present and : j will little business has
48 members present. be held in the home of Mrs I how his

certificates were presented t c'1 Mrs. M. }.'. Hazen, WMU chat r- An important WOW meeting I \Vm., Woodham. Jr. on Monday | grown Bunches

those First Aid members course who recently.completed t he'1! man, presented the program, the to be held in Live Oak on Friday;' evening, February 25 at 7'30: p,ine:1 1 We think he'd be proud, CARROTS 2 19C

I topic being "Ministry of prayer" Fi'b.22, at 7 p.m., will be attended though, to know that the basic

I I The meeting opened by singing by the following from Star : I: Circle FourVSCS idea that guided him then, "/(1

Ladies AuxiliaryThe Take Time to be Holy" followed Cecil Sewell, secretary and field bring more rood f nod to mote LARGE HEADLETTUCE

I ed by prayer by Mrs A. A. Dur man: Don R Tilley director ?f Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCF1V people for ler, money," has Heads

Ladies Auxiliary of the den. Mrs G. V, Lee gave the desvotion the Boys Sportsman Club; Ha will meet Thursday evening, Feb ; ben the reason for our growth.: 2 lSC
Presbyterian church will hold it{ ; followed with prayer by I Anthony, fieldman; and Mich art' 2S at 7:30: o clock at the home of % I I i

monthly meeting Tuesday evening ;; Mrs. Garl Mathews. Gilhooly Advisor-Lieutenant of'I| Mrs W. W, Games \X'e pledge to maintain thisprinciple
at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. as long: as there an
Those taking part on the program Camp 138Former .
K. G. Duncan. explaining the seven en Senator Bobby Sane! er': Starke Musicale ARP Giant Size Box 39C

+I IEBIC i couragements ot prayer were Mrs.G | will serve as master of ceremonies, CUSTOMER RELATIONS TREND

B. Flynn and Mrs. F. B Beard, and speakers will include W. C Members of the Starke. Musicale DEPT.

I I \\' IU president. Mrs. S. E. Braden National Secretary and l| will meet in the Woman's Clut --
\ A&P Food Stores
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F' Sparks had charge of the business R. E Vancf, state manger. Tuesday i' evening at 7:30: for then 420 Lexington Ave.:. FLOURoner Self-Rising or Plain

FL': meeting and was opened with regular monthly meeting New York 17. N. 1'.

S TARKE prayer by Mrs H. L. Hough.: Mrs Beta Sigma Phi Ibs. r

L D. Haines reported that the \Vesleyan Guild Sibs. 3Se 10 6Se 251bs.$1.58of

Fri., Sat. Feb. 22 23 \ WMU book study will be held in Members of Beta Sigma ?hsorol'ity It ,,

I DOUBLE FEATURE the educational building with a will meet with Miss ;veThe Wesleyan Service Guild (dold; MedalFLOUR
covered dish lunchl'onIaf( h 17 lyn Nevvsome for their bimonthly I' the Methodist church will meeting at''i i \rmour Corned Ifeef
t
51bs. 54cnn Page#
Mrs M F. Hazen asked all members meeting Monday evri the Parsonage Tuesday evening .i -

I Jungle Headhunters to attend the Week of Pi ayat !> o'clock 7; 30 o'clock Laundry s ap.KETCHUP i 14 oz. bot 19c HASH, 1 ]Ib. can 40c

AND i fi 1 to be held March 3 to 7.
I The closed OCTAGON 3 bars 21c Armours Bt.(?f
meeting with prayer ,

OUTLAW\ GOLDJohnny by Mrs H. A Lawson. I t Crescent CityCOFFEE STEW, 1 lb. can 46c
I Toilet Soap ]Bath Bar
-l Ib
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I PALMOLIVE 2 for 25c 59c \rmours Vienna
:Mack Brown Birthday Party t I

Ala "Happy Landing" Cartoon At HomeMrs C Sausae.., 4 07.. ran, 21rFlasra
Douglas -- -
And Serial I Dried Ilaby Lima : Sultana


Cecil Douglas entertainedat Sort' !"<>k- lint I!; sjitip-! ; I i- up[ ,," )K. I',." Mal'-ie-! : h,+\'" a loflvt !, BEANS, 12 oz. pkg. 12c i RICE 3 Lb. Pkg. 38C BEEF\\ il-on's. Corned 12
47 '
Sun., Mon., Tues. a delightful birthday and Val oz. can (
us with t1- IO.MI all blc-soiuK1 :, ,\ ;'t.-i:: t' !in Pinehiirst "ubdti! -tot: EdBedLon (drain
Feb. 2126MARK enune paitfor her daughterIargal't't :
:\ out with azaltadogwood. red hear Curt smashd "i.e "f hi- I\rmours... ('hopped
Ann. on Thursday after RICE 24 32c
of theRENEGADE Feb 14. bud. and lanielhas.! even new' fingers while bowling out at oz. pkg. him KaporatedMILK;
noon.
homes all townS. Strickland's. o'k! HAM, 12 oz. can 54c
popping up over ] ago
Game the Tall Can 1O
were played during I Peter Pan SaltedPEANUTS
G. and Ernestine Denmark See Lillian Stun.j' bat k trop
IX TtCIISII..HU : : party hours and prizes were 8 34c Ann I Paje Instant
are building a ilovely new home her buying spree up in XeYoik oz. can
awarded to the winners. I IIargar..t
:Montalban DM :\ Ann's classmates from out on I the new Branding highway : -- says she bought out the toot: Marcal] ColoredHAPKINS COCOA, 8 oz. can 25c

rhari-.se I next to the Buddy Bishops . also noted that Dr A C Peter Pan PeanutBUTTER
school were guests and helped tc
i Charlie and Eloise Cowan will be Lee. who has been with Carp.-n > 12 jar 38c 2 Boxes 19c Palo
celebrate the
Wed., Thur. Feb. 27, 2S ,I txca"lOn I I II moving into their new home next ter's for some time, is now druggistfor oz. Dog Food, 1 Ib. can 14c

DOUBLE; FEATURE, to the Ned Yanceys out on W Howard's they have anew CrackerJACK
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Woodman Circle
Madison within a few weeks manager in Hart's Furniture Fla. ( rystaJsSUGAR .1-Jai:

Girls Uunder 21 To Meet TuesdayThe Monk and Thelma Dtnkins! hope to > Co Ford Manning of St Marv* 3 pkgs. 13c 5 Lbs. 45c Cleanser 14 oz. can 12c

be moving into their new home Ga see L. M Games and Bill
For Fabulou Suds;
Bruce Calxt Rochelle Hudson Supreme Forest WoodI on Church street by the 15th i i Patray have gotten that hay "e

  • I I man's Circle will hold its regular the Dave Paulk have got the I I in their hair and are farming the F AB, 1 Ige. pkg. 30c lona Sweet

    ANDHALLS- i meeting in the WOW hall Tues- foundation laid for their new place i! N. E. quarter of the Ruby John A & P FOOD STORE

    OFMONTEZUMA 'day evening at 7:30: o'clock. i on Crosby Lake see the net;: '!! property this sPring-have planted Deodorant Soap PEAS 2 No. 303 Cans 23C

    All member are asked to attend pastonum for preacher Haine ''every garden product imaginable DIAL Ige. bar 13c

    I for a practice for the district and family has been !surveyed and Barbara Keen Byrd is n: 300 East Call St.

    With Richard ttidmarkMus. (convention in Perry, March :27.! marked out in their present sid i Bremerton. Wash where !'VH Fozz AppleJELLY All Price, in this ad effective thru Sat.

    Hostesses for the evening will lot on N. Walnut street-going waved off husband Johnny fr 'n Starke, Florida
    21b. jar 31c Feb. 23: I
    Latest =" e'\\t b.? Mrs. Paul Raymond and Mrs I to move their present house away sea duty on a earner safit' -

    ... Aubrv' ll1oe when ::h,- new one tir.ished will stay in Eremerto:: -ir'.1! '.' III -..

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    1'I:1n.nnm .\r.2:' 1 COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARRE., FLORIDA

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    Mr. antI Mrs Chas. \\. Kernes'1' St-n Charley Johns earned !his! I Adding Machines anti Portable .\ : f 'M : X'X. : [ : .II.' tilt j .x. !r. !I.,-' --

    of rjpeuritersoM Hrad-ll'I '' ri.;, f :1.1 > ; ,,, M anil I '
    celebrate! their 35th wedding anniversary mother Mrs A. M Pettit ; } on time.- .
    I I 1'.1- .1 < t-x > 1". ..iF'
    Feb. 15. They enjoyed I\ Gainesville to Tampa on Wednesday j 'ora fonnty Telegraph. .,.J.i :P., 'n i.. l 1": f jIse" !I" .".r
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    visits from a number of friends xvhtte Mrs. Pettit i i-. under .t n
    I': '01'lc': 'I 0 .\rritn 1, ; "
    and express appreciation for the going an eye operation in St la Cir.-uii faun. llradford (.....t,. '' ,, -
    ,
    lovely gifts received Th.' tc Kloriila: In hanrrrr.. i I 1 II
    Joseph Hospital. expect .
    y K..I.1 .,., !PLI II' fi \ .XMII, l I' : I I' \ ''. 1: .
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    NEWS Mr and Mrs L. S. Edwards of :.. be gone a week. -' :1 I.' 1 I.. !, (i.irr -i" \" ,14 .1' .1 :, .. ," -. .. "., i-I'

    IN THE Jacksonville spent the weekend Mr and Mis J R. Boring of loiter To .tpprnr.T' I ., i : II! -. .. I- '., ...1
    .
    V n.i :-.11..1.: .. '>\11." i -i" .\ i I' ji1. .. .. I" ..,.1' .
    with their parents, Mr and Mrs Jacksonville Beach wen Sunday d.1 n- .. .r.l. i ..iilili w i.. :-.r": nil .\\ ''dT\, K' .' .j..j.'OTIt. !
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    :
    B S. Edwards visitors of Mrand Mrs Glen 1111'.1'1.,! :: 1
    Mr and Mrs Don Dotson tdd as You are hereby" notlfli that a
    J H Gasmen., son of Mrs Pali "IVatunLink" Uiamululf'I.' Duke. I .
    sail for
    Divorce
    has been filed K Of I\TI:' :\TIu1
    Gassett, has been promoted to I I their Sunday guests on the D & M ding Seii-the rings/ that lock tc\- Pfc and Mrs. A. H. Harley III against" you in the above named" tti:(i (Trn riiTinoiMI 10 :

    Staff Sgt and has re-enhsted with Ranch Mr. and Mrs Eddie Cute J..tllt'r. Setlhini I Court and cause and you are re- :Not: IIP '- her.-Iy glxtti tlii'underigntd. '
    : at IJnllinRton left for LeJeune McGRIFF
    Wednesday Camp 'qulrrd to serve a copy of your an- under the ,. MOTORS
    Yvonne, of the Imperial )ptoof \ t
    the Air Force for six jears. He is1''and daughter, Studio & Gift: Shop tf N. C. where be will be stationed. -wer or pleading to the complaint I'haptti 2n.t1S: Law ,.f I'i! i .
    stationed in Washington. D. C. Ranch. Fort Lauderdale "nth.) I'lalllliff'- Att"rnry, T Frank .\CI".e 1'Ml! will r..gi"I..rI'h 'I 1,.
    Mrs L. L. Mr. and MrJ. E. Hildebran 1-iiiiiriiin. :Starkr Florida. and filfiht <'l.-rk ..f the
    Wilburr. Price and daughter Conner i i- at the homeof t"inmt I'outt in, .nil{
    Rev I. G Ray of Tampa wasa Mrs and' daughter. Linda and Mis.Ewell t.iiKiiial{ in thtuffi< e ..f the for Kraiifonl '"unit :S'' .ittof ,r1da. 1..,, Your
    of Palatka. and Lt. and her daughter. Mrs F. S. Sapp. ('I.) .rk i if tlit I'm' <' 1.tlo. lirf" PONTIAC Dealer
    guest at the home of Mrs. J. W. Sharon, uit otirt on or upon 1'1'1.1' of pi.nf of |.ni/.Ii_
    ronvalr-cins after Lawson were in Gainesville | Jith say "f Man. l 4a:tl!. canon of tinnot .
    of Jackson- a serious '< Ih.f'.I"1
    Amos eye i : '
    White last Friday ; Mrs. Clarence .., .
    .th.\- the a lli-pa ofaid IiaiiH' of
    tiuii- Th.
    Saturday, : lirou: 1"1.I :
    Star Brand Dress and Work operation in Alat,'hua General Hos- i '"nlpla'nt xx ill It* takt-ii a- .'..1\- all: limit r \\ h.- h I .If'l i.-.m! 01\1-:1: : : 'IT'll': I I.: VN F. \ l'K\ll ST.
    Mrs. L.A.. Mrs. L..xGreen .nK.iK' I II'I'
    Davis. .
    ville.Mr with pital. j ft vrt juu >htl-lnr" at ..'". T. I
    and Mrs Nate Uyal 1 inpN" It .. :'t.., ki
    Shoes for men and boys at Friends and Mrs. E. K. Perryman i This notice shall be published Flurula Phone 2 of II
    and ": S. Matthews will be
    and David each week for four i! ,ar"l'(
    :
    Stump's.Mr t-ons. Tommy consecu- nltm( i t. '1'1 t tt4. -tuk.: I Fla.IV .
    and Lavonne interested to know that he expects attended the UDC District Twcjti I I veeks in the Bradford County Fhavla.h .
    and MrsV H Xollman Misses Judy Casey
    i Telgraph'i I
    Fair. o be released next Wednesday from meeting at the Woman's Club i ii in' at.'d tin- -'nil ilax .t Ftliiiiux
    were in Jai ksonvillion busl (>ssT.sday Duncan attended the State I I IMtnl tin- ;"III' il.ix. ..f Kil'iu.ux .Alt'i"i'! : it Stalk. P.I ...11'.1
    last weekMirokote Riverside; Hospital where he has I Jacksonville on Monday :10.12! :! (-"iintx'. Flmuli, E ARE PLEASED

    in Tampa 'been for the past seven weeks. Little Evelyn Thomson returner l| OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas', .' J.1 It! 1 JI A\\OIME
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    Upon leaving' the hospital he and to' her home in Monticello :Monday By f'rt1T Dealer Deputy Clerk ..'r \TI: or 'I.IIlU'
    t that
    I Mrs Matthews plan to stay for after two weeks' \'isit'itb her ___ .' ':22: tt :! 14 FIIIHIItt !ST\li: : :'
    I ('C)'I \tl .
    a while with their -on-m-law andaughter. d I grandparents Mr. and Mrs F. F.' i(, i. nrruli t...*rf. Itrndfurd ('..ua.,. T U.f. tiu*>..ii:III'UO:1"'l'j ive have just employtd

    Dr Stump riorfdn: In Ikanrrri.I'oriMia Xt'tite; ihfrthx a
    Mrs
    and H B. Me- BIH that! ili
    ) ililh.:, .rt. I'l.iintiH 1 Florida Stair liiiiii.x| 1,1..nt ,'..n 11.' -_
    Lendon in Orlando.Mr Miss Hilda Watson spent a few Outfit s s. t; II,, l n. |(, f.II.I..1 -ion' has in-i"ttfil I a ,
    pi'xati "
    i a t-
    and Mrs H A. Bradley of'd f days last week in Brooksvillr i 1"1'o.-. ';: .., planeiff 1"rah d) in .-.', Don FACTORY TRAINED
    Order or I'uhllrnlliin .. Ttmn-hip' s "lIlh. .. MECHANICand l
    lad \ ll f To Kane. l' I I\IM: '.
    Makes your old car gleam like new! Jacksonville) and Mr and Mrs. visiting her parents Mi and Mr; j tf'.f..r; !Male' Of ri"ri 'nutx '

    Roman Futch of Middleburg recently J. A. Watson. J h.ul.-S 1 : ;111, I". xxhii-t' rt-itl.i u!. Fit.nila upon .ippln. ati,," ..f! M': )1\! have also
    Keeps your new car gleaming! anil, ,n.li.| ...v ,v.imp- Kit. l'.xx. fI ("'ownintr. Ktx...ton. 1unlA.! equipped our shop
    visited Mr and Mrs L. L Mr and Mrs F. C. Cornwall.!! ,i I It"1"1'| ;\i :;:;:1.] oal'.f Ktx-toiit> II.! idhts. 'Florid I

    Conner and Mr and Mrs F S and daughter Judith Jane and" i' -t. I :-.1": i FI.IIIII-. ... '. ?. 1.-1 '"-Jl..t'.n' itxt.il- tin ;rl'I i 1.1. ,I..
    Mirokote i conditioner l'nati\'C and Yitii .. -n"r.lbl, f..r the trills the
    a paint pre of Heilbronn I i |iiir.l l I i. .tI'l" i .piirpo-is ''ni.tiil.ilI'ul.li most modern
    Sapp IPollv it'rbert Malmbetg of C'audlewr 00 : .. ,. ..ti.... i
    color mirror-like rj.Mar. h Ji I i'i- :;, in tit-! all. n.m. d "? i- IIt'i.I.\ 1:1\11 i
    polish that restores the original: to a Parrot and Sta Hill. Higganiim, Conn spent the "' niul| .iii i uhi M :in (ilainlitttik that a s, ,"d.| |.in.' -rtn apitrux 11 toll
    finish of It produces a higher gloss dour lrailf..i. d) < '''iiiitx | In is-u. ,1! .MI I"ddflair ."'. ;r'nu' and finest
    regardless
    aye.: Brand) Shoes for children aStump's t early part of the week with bfr a.'T' .-Iticiaph, ball publish ihi- "nd. r )ll t ss .1'h., > -lioxxn in xxritini: I t.till t.. equipment obtainablein

    than waxes does not oxidize rain spot or streak. Miro Cornwall's sister. Mrs Martu v in in M t.nii' xxttklx i ltieUnit. -. .- i '..II I --loll' XX llX' -11.11 pt Mill I !
    vMr -In u.I! ',..t t In 1:1.1111.,1,1"1' \ | T., Firnsrx !b-
    / i p..x liand and ttffitiiil -tal -
    kote finish is clear water resistant: extremely resistantto :; I and 1 Mrs Joe Arnold had as 1 1overnuht Blown. They will'I.1t Silver .it t ,-uu A. Fl.n Ida.' the Ktl'illaix .' I ?''. I 1't'i-! : order to give you

    alkali, hot water & soups alcohol, gasoline, oils, tar giietThursday of last Springs and! relatives in TampaI !I 11-t: -.. I"I I' I,1'+ '' \, of .
    r I' ,"FFI'1'1.I I! : I .\ .\ .1 I Thuiiirt-. VII"III.( Stat. I" '>' txin.\. t11,
    remover, acids. and salt water. week. Mr and Mrs Frank Arnold I I befog C' returning home \- t'ltlk' of -....1\ f..tllllx '", mwi--! .1,11 Mil-, i'"h il.ix. ..' THE BEST SERVICE
    :.Mx., I I' '.i nan X !I' 1 1V 1".11' '. '. POSSIBLE
    11. T litaxtr 'ltrk -
    and to of Freehold N .J. Mr and Mrs. James Kmchen Otputx
    Mirokote is guaranteed to retain its gloss prevent \ '. .
    )K Kt
    :JL u ul' I 1'. .u1.' ::1:II' f'nncnLdalrlh il "r x. .1'1'1 a mlSt. I
    oxidation for ONE YEAR without additional polishing Friends of Mrs Lyle Anderson and daughter ot Jacksonville wr 1 19tildnll.Ln= I k-nx. ill, Florida i. tai xWaldrtin -

    will regret to hear that she is <-oni i Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs Attxs t.l, (-if :J2: 4l ". U .F S. had?. :star'Atiati.n : %
    or cleaning (other than washing) or your money Siipf-rx ,i-"i" I I
    fined in the Jacksonville Naval 1 :Merrill Edwards I .
    '.. Ii JJ
    "+ & In 1'Ireuit'sort, llratlhiril. ( iint> OIK MECHANIC I SI'IX'IAUZKS IN
    refunded. hospital undergoing treatments.Mrs Mi and Mis. Hudson Kefover riiirlil.ii In 1 han.....,'. I
    Let g-iH' j '. HaltIMaintiff.. x- :Main: I, ("KIT: M .H. :t-n"
    We it it costs nothing. us your \ "tmll I' '
    glass or you
    T. C. Chastam
    and MrW.. and andj
    daughter Edna and Mr. I Pl.irida
    | \ I'.atihi, ft ,,,1:1 lit 'a-f V"; "'.7': llnilrnail and Pnl.lif I Illiilr. HYDROMATIC & MOTOR TUNE-UPS
    auto that NEW look for one year. L. Andrewvisited their siste r. I MrRichard Gill were dinnet ir..r Of I'nl.lifiillttiinil \.Iler 'In .l1In.I..I..n. 'I'ti rhnrlrj l:. ..JDh"nd *
    \Pl.tiirlitl<- Of f'l.irliln '1..: \ 1. i:. Mi-Kliinr.. -r.. ll/K/\ I
    Mrs Georue'Cottman! in Orlandof'Om j guests of Mr and Mrs P A Illamllni llii. .
    ... lu inr -liirkr.
    :Mattr.i .\ Hat'-. nh' r..itl'.III. i- I'lurlilit.

    FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY Sunday to Tuesday and while 1 1there Dampier "Wednesday evening ifjXTI'I ]l i-:. V.ixal: : \ir Station: "'orpuM"hnta. \ nilll Ni.ti., ... other.- h.\Inlf) rrilrtl Pnrlir. I II .

    they went to the Orange !last I Tta-. ,,,,, 1:1'h. t' r"' -
    week while eiiroute from a |1 Ton art 1"/1111"1..1/ ) to apptar on. E"tan r'- lnaiitiK on it., ,t. I''. u I \\Yi Service; Ml Makes Of Cars

    DISTRIBUTORPhone Festival in Winter Haven. \vacation in South Florida to their :Manh :24 I"':,::!. in lilt' ;alioXf nani-d, for ing arll'.n. )" Which, ( xx .1 In .
    -In'dull ,
    'd for <
    ::1"I i
    Mrs. Hogan Smith had as her d.nrt and cane* xxhtn-in plaintiffitk
    Fla. ]home in Galeton. Pa. 'Fi-tirnarx :22: l't',2.! : in tin I I'
    26 Starke dltnl'r and n'.rali' oftiiiiiilin ()l'R PRICKS .IRE RE..IS0.:1IU.lEI
    guests from Saturday, to Wednesday Edwin: Howard of Keystone naiiit Bradford: roiintxT. ''nnT' Court HOIIM Stu ? I I'da
    ...'r M\S 1'KK.N". I'ItsTl'rI'I I I I '
    her mother Mrs. R C.'E'a v- brother| of Mr- Merrill Edwardslen .Ii et :..phhall. tilili-h this < lnl
    'n ntt f ..III'l" Alt i t' iit s
    er and sister. Mrs Luette Krotiron ] Wednesday of last week for \\ilm-- nix bud: and ..fu f'lali

    of Miami. They visted frif'ndsQuitman. ]boot tamp at San Diego Calif. -. .il -' 'k. .FloiKla. tinFt. .In.Hirt 1

    THEATRESTARKE I 1 m Ga on Tuesday :\1 I. and Mrs R C Dampier .' f. t't.2HfFFU'lM.. I.: \1.1 .\ .I I Tli..n.". I

    Mis I W A .. .. '. WMBR4M
    Honham had yis I tsoil j \ i'i| ik .f -an! IP ll
    illy.'isill'tI Mi
    -on and I .
    I' ing her this week. Mr. and Mrs. l> :Mxrtl. T l 1'-ix. l >. |in'x' r''. -U
    ;Mis P .
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    A.Damplt r and Mi and: I i > |It: Ih v ""I-"i-, iu ii':,,intx, I I.'"i.

    A r. Bonham and daughtei Clela' ;Mrs Paikii r>Hiii|>iet III Jackson "'.1.. .Iad. ....." tlio. "' 1", ", I
    Dedirated To Community Service of Charleston \\'. Va. and also Vllle A lt'- f.rl'lf J -'-' !II' ,

    "1Ic111 Are Better Than E\('r" Mrs Thelma McCormick of St. A 1' Sunday : l lMinn II n
    There's a Maiden Form
    hans W. Va. 'I'tt CmlltnrN and Ilrlrlaraof |I

    Sat.. Feb. 2:1: ONLY Sun., Mon Feb. 21. 2.-) I Mr and Mrs. Fred E. Francis.Ir Hra.ssiere for K\ery Type "''". VHdM.. IT It tl, iNiM'KCVN .: ': "
    I Fiuure. Fine them "I''ti t [ h"oI.l x u'l I\.I t. ,.11 1'.01-
    : at Sfump's., ..,. I
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    r I were visiting in Cedar Keys on 't'.l aiul I l in.MI'S' i st
    DOUBLE) : FEATURE WARNER BROS..IItT-4-i' I ; 'y Mrs. C D Williams of Tampa I _'d. I |It.| ... '. II '..' I. t 'I.

    Danny Tuesday i if. visiting her sisters. Mrs L. D h. .r in s \\ lilt tin i'i i.i ,. I?, .,, lip o
    ....-- Mrs Nat Sternberg of Davtona J'i ..r 1'.01"1',1" 1'\, i t'I.j.i i .1 i w ,,
    .Rr! Pap ,Green and MrJ.. F. Hunt The j l s.x, ..i i ,. ..") |"" ,. '. '"i iI.
    d I llOIiItflSi 'filth' spent the weekend with l[r, three visiting'finotlifi I. ..nfl-, I. .... tin 1"I ." 96 I
    spent Sunday
    unl ales Junius Smith. 'I.| .J ., K med"
    -rt. ; sister, Mrs Irene Johns' 1." "! '. I
    MtLee McDonnell of JackI'Mville Ii
    I i
    t 1 in Green Cove SpringMrs j "I I I .
    1 t" ", the I ., f
    was weekend guest! I. 1.1"! :>
    i Jiten; and Mi- Wilha.i.s alst ., ., ..
    :
    1 Fv'W i 1 of bh s..i. E Wilm. are i '' '. :, .. < '' ( I I.-; li.nl:; ,,", :kct-p yr r
    I Visiting lelativein M.ivt., fexv '
    ftSeYouTn'I 1 1r j, Mr and Mrs. Richard Ray. at ill) ,days this weekzal.nis a ort.trrrtt vn'ru. r nF KM.\"irillllsXII 1 I vno\ r, 'I A w .tOil" I I. .t1 1 +tl'; I "..i .1 IL I:. "I' ::1.t cLi:] AKTH1 .i

    j r | h.lhof Jacksonville were Sunday ,11111,1.1\> ./1:111 k
    ( .\ : Tuo V i I I. i X' L I. P I ; ; ( IKNNAMOS: <
    to Hirer feet.
    } ..
    : truest* of the Dewex' Warrens .t. .1 .1.I I
    KurmoMi, L.iudleJ Talnr. Southern I r i .t. f 11.1't'1' MM: !II' M. fAP.TITY( 1 I'U' '\ :' ,1 D/
    I Miss Elizabeth
    Crawford ante rI. i( I
    c I.. :::t. Vincent's Hosmtal Sun da ('harm.ijlf't'ial: Friday and Saliinla.x YTTYYVYYTTTYYTTTTTYVTTTTil ;.ta A \l!oRRst'E.'r.) ( ) { : . iloi.; ilAV\ 1El'l.AII K
    y !
    Plus "so Ymi'n donna; llaif .\n ., .Sl.."0. At e, !131: 1
    C.KNK
    to undergo an appendix operation. SiMnink's 0 : Al'TKY THE:

    Operation" and l-at.-si :\r\\-* i Mr- Pauline Torode and Mrs. Mrs \liied Walker and '1.-MI( KID lit PAl.u'A'SilY): ; ( and

    ;tt 1 I Vernon Pili-ox attended the funeral ter, Ella May and son Fred of Pwergency y yof I y;1. a. 5 \ \I( ; Cl'S'I'1:1tthese:{ : : are ui-l t a. few of the

    t Tues. 11'ed. l Feb. 2f 27 Thursday of last week in Deland"f Lake City were weekend guests ( ; I :. :.1'!. a n..m.'s ill t CMS: I{ ttlio'; tin W IBR-I"M."
    GILBERT ROLAND ( Mr and I
    MrAdolph Gay.
    Mrs. Silcox's grandfather. .J.I '
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    JIlt
    .... rtaINCnillittu I' ml INesenlrf'ONKON H Mrs Ben Hall was in Palatka FUNDS r k1' JACK
    ., I.. I. Tatum. Others attending the I \ BENNY SHOW on WMBR-FM
    ''' .., ll S& illS
    > Ii'
    ,' ;...' \ ?? ?. .. ....- H funeral were MrsY.. B. MondMrs t., hopping Tuesday ,
    w 1M W 16.1 1 }F.M I dial
    .... (( : 1 11. L. Silcox. Mrs HoganI Mr, and Mrs. Charles Hardy a ic1 I Life insurance barks you up cmniir.

    .... I Smith and Mrs L. F. Dmkms family were visiting Mrs. hard,f'- in the pinches a=,"un'- 6

    ANDTHRILL- KONAtP 1: .r aNON_ I Mr. and Mrs Harris Dittmar of parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Me- of niomwhen you l \( h BfX: 1 'S <>n Snn- nat: l\l l'UUinUI

    I ksonville <()enl Ihl''f'f'kend Gauley in Palatka Sunday. you d.I.niht. as' if >ou FOLIO. UiitiM >
    REAGANFLEMINGThis j with Mr and Mrs Fiord Green and Sunday night dinner guests of, need l it mo-t. ilxln'i know '. Jat-k's prub- to harll" ...."'Vld..

    SPICTACU .. TCC111 ''COL U I Mr and Mrs X B. Rosier.. Mrs Effie Johns were Mr. and I .al>lthe, nioHt rt r pulir U Hm-I-\1: Radio Sbf11 -
    CONflICT AND
    TO THI ACTION
    t. :MiEd Gross of Jacksonville. Mr CCan
    New Sprint: Connie-Lo- Colley .\m. duly. trrr nt rbarji-? It
    Of A TMVNDItlNO OUTDOOt ADVINTUMlFDWARD "Honipahs". ('arlc"", and I and Mrs Bob McCIung and daughter ;K
    Heelers in Keel. Navy lit tie I t'd In and laughi l at h will lie mallet regularly If :
    >
    Gaile of Maxville. Mrs Henry
    SMALL Iitetnrld :News and Natural at Stump's.Mr Ca..leof Maxville. and Mrs Ran ',, tiff() :S. Walnut St. Ph. 25; I all Jour friintlrtr\ >ou \\ritl' jour mjuatt toWMBKrM

    and MrV. G Haile Jr I ,
    ,
    : dolph Crosby of Lake City. I tl, Snn.laal ;:110 1' I..n I'. O. lox
    Thur., Fri. Feb. 2S, 211!)I1'lUti I and three daughters and Jack Wr I
    THE MUTUAL LIFE \nmi
    Mrs Pate Ga::sett spent 1 last ni'n8 -nr. 5187, Jark-onxllI-. Ilori-
    Davy Crockett Haile of Miami are spending the I
    week in Gainesville with her son. INSURANCE COMf ANY of NEW YORK La

    weekend with their parents. Mr. Coolidge:: Ga-sett. and family. ,} I".. -:.-:.........-:.-:.....-:.,..,..,..,..-:.....,..,..,.." ....,......! ON ,I
    I and MrsV. G. Haile. Mrs Haile THE AIR-7A.M.I
    Until i I i
    Tit SCOUT one Mi and Mrs E. M. Davis wert Also MIDNIGHT I I IFLOUIIA'S
    will back with her family
    go asi!' in Archer Saturday visiting MISF Fire & Casually Insurance I

    the Y1olot far as West Palm Beach where i i Mamie :Anderson I J MUST POWEKFTL{ KADIO STATION 63.000 WATTS I II

    she will visit her sister.. Mr-. J.Adair S. :u..A.uuu.uuuuA..
    Mr and Mr-
    tr11a M.llal : Billy Cannon of
    who is quite ill.
    Baitow have moved into the C C I
    .- Mrs John Owens of Ada. Ohio ,
    J'lns 1ua1W .\ho '" Cartoon and! Hoppe home on Kingsley Lake.
    ) pending a fE'tla 's with 3 tr. I
    "Tall !
    Timber
    Tales" Cartoonand Airs and Mrs. Cecil Sevell had a-
    I and Mrs A.'II. Sieg and family
    "Don I>ar*" nl'\U" Serial) -Mat Ma'4er.'Shurt Sunday callers Mr and Mr
    Mrs Ma\ie Carter had as lunch-
    Raiford Brandon and Mr and Mrs I
    I con guests Wednesday of I last 1JfL..f1 1n
    I Un
    Paul MdLendon 1 and boys of the
    xxeek her aunt. Mr- Ellen Pet G-I ,,- 1/
    : State Farm. Mr.and Mrs. J. H > :

    grew of .J Jacksonville and her ]! llaulerson of Jacksonville. Mr I !
    '
    mother Mrs \\ A Stalling ofj .
    and Mis Drew Reddish gild }fri ..

    BLANDING DRIVE-IN I Jacksonville Lawtey Little I is spending Marion this Faulk week of I'i! and. Mrs G. [0'. Sewell of Beacon || i/riJ j----p---- PIUS THE N IHfilll OF THE N


    with her !grandparents, the MaxieCarters ''nm.P. _- '
    D. Key. manager of the A. & ; /rM /
    I Inununlt NEW
    OlDSMOBilE l D
    Dedicated Mo\i.-. Are p. was visiting friends Madison N HVORA-MATIC

    .
    (\ THEATRE SIM'C'ial1':11":1 price Kritlaj and -
    ) -
    ) Bet a'rSrnice on Sunday. __
    I Saturday-.1t i-tnink': i _
    I
    A MARTIN THEATRE Than tier: Mr and Mrs C. P. Tison of __ SUPER DRIVE !
    Mr Ernest has rPtu _
    I Phillips Jacksonville were weekend guest __

    I ed home from three \\"E't'ks''isit of Mr-. J \\'. Kincaid and Mrs O ..- ....- '
    with her sister Mis- Lois Jordonm L.
    Beasley Mrs.
    Kmcaid and Mr"
    Mon.. Tues. Feb) :25! :2B!/i Miami. 1
    Beasley also had Thur.
    as guests
    Fri. 'Sat Feb. 22: 23: ', Y7r'Y '
    Judge E. Ferryman attended day of last xveek. Judge and Mrs e o 'A'n

    EunABBOFLiouCOSTELlOlinThe the C'nuntrJudges: convention in' Frank Smith of Orlando.

    j' the Mayflower Hotel. JackOn'illelasl Mrs. K. Duncan. and MI*. A ,
    Friday and Mrs. \\Z 6 afDA k .
    Saddle Saturday.
    Adkitis .Y
    TrampWith were in Gainesvtllt ('t L 1. r
    r6 I Ii ferryman anompamed him on I Monday afternoon a

    Fndav Mr and Mrs. J. A. Christmas* .

    Attendnii; the Baptist Sunday and family and Mr and Mrs C.T. -
    Joel McCrea LEGION School .invention in the First
    McCrary spent the weekend ir
    i '
    : Baptist church. Gainesville Tuesdav I j Brunswick Ca. visiting Mrs _

    A UNIVIRSAIINTIRNAIIOVM. PICTUREPlus were : from the Primary A'Chri-tma'
    : parents. Mr and Mrs _i
    Mrs Paul I
    department Ravmond. j ,
    \U Little Ehe IE. E. Gunter and their daughu''
    "Jolly > Cartoon "Mother: (UH.MOn i :\1..-. L. E. Dugger. Mrs N. Dankel I ,
    Mr and Mrs. R. A. Colson ant l I
    II
    and Mrs T B Harding: from j I
    161
    The IxH.se" !' 1 family were twiting Mr and Mr-
    Cartoon Cradle Roll dt'ptlrs.. Ewel! Lawj
    ....n j j William Bnscoe m Valdosta <;;:<
    i Sunday
    :V- .in! Mrs Delbert (Casex at-1'
    'i; Mr and Mrs John Knight L
    gut
    *. I Ii
    : I it d) State Fair in Tampa '
    Wed., Thur. Feb 27. 2!> Ronnie "
    .. i son. and Mrs Joe F<1' ,{
    ,
    : :X I sythe of } > ,
    Hampton u.erv Saturday lj.
    v-! {ir.i Mrs Eddie Hartmann :
    I evening: guest of Mr, and Mr.-
    at : *u1, \isitedtheTampa d,.
    gun Feb. 21 t ONLY I T. F. Colson ---
    M-r r-t t :'*'v and spent the week- "

    e-..,' .A -h! t.U'.iVes! of Mrs Hart- Mrs John Kalllgero returned .H'4r u..... ....... ,.,...

    'TI.'" r' : to her home in Long Island N Y .erro .aiurra. ,_ // ,.. .. 'iLN1.i...

    I Thursday after ten day's visit with Egwprlrm ar.w_ ,.r.M A IIf KfI '. !'.", ,
    .
    s .I" 'I"{ |I" a'r ini lit

    ifill ti Holt'oroof New :Sprin Hn..it'ffur Shade*ladiesat uIfirs.[ Carl Jackson 1'trlq.Gmrcnl'''',." .,..I... I n uar.r.... .. .. ..111..H I tlld..I{ ini_ ':''ii, \. .> ', 1.1 1-,nil .. -' Ntw 011.0" .

    atr BBSSIBM I Freeman Johns of Lake Butler /1/ < ..jrlMir-l<.-vn-alioUdl: nf* (raUlrradr..""*" .** "" f

    coaH, lHfl Stump's.1Varrant vi-ited his mother Mrs. Effic ILISHIIU miHIKiiraMatK( Urite' a i m.*. *>ith an.." *?" Rail!' for
    OJt 1C11111 Office1 and Mrs Emory Johns last
    ,
    PIS weekend '
    GlIKroOI I .IIIN r fxTfnrmnnt 'Iht-w I
    fi.it.i't-
    lN1tQ. real
    t 10 N Mr Benton returned to his base in'' ? in N I Jrr in |I..h| the

    k'bll Utllxa r t11 t.rillunt, iit-w "",..r "HH .nil) tit! Ira" I limnuin\ .I ithi'
    Pennsylvania Wednesday after 1? 'nnn-: op
    g @ lifR da\- leave with his parents Mr. IIKf.lMr.K FIf7 n'rll7'w7u Inur" liar Sir \1 tlld.I.d) ,. 01..1",. .....11. I I'.. !I'J ;' "U.I'f Rid!.':"

    tWu la4' txt Id 1 .k ai tint cIS \nrirP }fs hTt-liv pin tha' th- tin I
    I w and Mr S J Benton. dfr-nrnt! under .. ..
    '
    I the
    wsd fA pr.ChaJlI..r 'r:-: "s SEE YOUR NEAREST OlDSMOBILE DEALER
    'k01I1 Mrs Martin Land spent Thurs' 2 n.I\-.3 I an'- ..f FJ! 'rM! !.i A '-
    of 1Q41 will r<>|ti t.-r xx ''h 'hr '':, '
    day visiting her parents. Mr anc? i: nf the t'irruit Coii't.n ar.il n-

    A UN1VERSAL-1NTIRNAT10NAL' PICTURE j i Mr Robert Lancaster in Mayo. I(j Rradf.rd' Count, Florida upi n rjo -"- Torode Chevrolet
    ?ipt of proof of Company CALLS COURT STS.
    Mr Mrs. I' put.lust! i. n ?''f 'h:-
    1'lus "VjHiulinp Blacksmith Shop" and A. McKinney), notice, the firtitlo-i nam'f
    riii Cartoon \ Haunting,:: \\ f' 'IWill ''have had as gut'sts.Ir.. andIrs.. ](CreFoent" Motor Court under wk. h
    11 am enftiKfd In hu !int-" at !P'.irk' I

    Cartoon Go" I H. Hazen and son of Jacksonville ,Florida. Mr and Mrs \Vm R M..r. =f: :1own.rl i i -On Television : CBS Ne' s With Douglas Edwards-Monday'l Thru Friday. ; ::W) P.M.. Station \\' IHnThanneJ 4-
    on Sunday and Mrs. E. J ,
    Hazen and children I| Doted this 31!t day of F..t'r1lar'.1 i I Courte Of Your Old mohile Ut'arer.HRADFORD .
    on Monday.I I "n I's! at !Stt-V": n.adf..rd -
    '-t un'y Vr! 'd.,. I

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    PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.KHKAPH. STARKE. FLORID .
    IT1IDAY, tnnLUi : \ '
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    This -Mojith We Make / Park Theatre Books :the advances of chemistry in agri- j i I BOTH K: OK i\r:'Trn\ TO ; ," I

    I. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMN and daughtl r-.n-Jaw, Mr. and Mrs rttt.r"'ru ri< TITIOI > \ >ii: u !hN i ,
    -
    ,. . .
    Special Midnight culture was made for Senate : t.'n, rli.it. ""I' \" ,! '
    a '"
    !lllltlt' 'h! .. ,. ..
    GEORGE 'iili' .nil.; ; '01.\-; !I' II ;
    11SIII\'GT'OV G .IhG labor-management I "'. ',', ,: '.
    Show For Monday relations subcommittee .f .tl'--r( ji !11"f' K: ril.i; I 11! n I, ,
    A.- i.f I'M ,',. ,. ,, :. .
    Dr. Francis. Weiss > u -c.--r with Ih.\j !I' !
    by
    The regular monthly meeting of Inn on Wednesday evening.Mrs. I ,';" nf, it|? i ..,: i' .nit,, in .ui'l! V I I'I '.
    -, (I' \ ''-' a special consultant The subcommittee : .., .. '
    a l ii! age hoy or I f..j- l-.if..i.l! \ > ( Kl.-ni.i ii r: : -t
    the Catholic club was held Wednesday Sara D. McDonald entertained Morning noon or night vu I .
    evening Feb 13, at the with a lea on Friday afternoon can feel like a professional when .,' -, "11 .u-i. Then. ac- is studying va!110115 phase* I \.\t;tn-i ., n. .- -. -' 1 f ,pltli.l., |,..',|,. .
    they say. "Mom, let's have coffee : >.; '" -naiiciger A H. Carratt of. general manpower problem)
    home of Mrs. Nick Burson. A prof. honoring her sister-in-law "
    cake. coffeecake
    George Washington ,
    b niahty: interested in th
    it of $tO.05 was reported from the Mr''. D. U. Donaldson, who where as;, looks good, and it is easy In making Weiss' tudy public
    .1 : : !dnigh of "She
    rummages sale held recently. A for a few days from Verc: when made with self-rising flour. showing Sen Humphrey (D-Minn the GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES
    Its -.l.l.i laid No1at the Park chairman said the
    Bake Sale will be held on March Beath. tasty cherry topping could nave ', increasing use
    "that i in! 11:30: Monday
    on tree. pm night.
    22nd with Mrs. J. R. Power Mrs. Mrs. Louis Purdy is at the Park< grown of chemicals on American farm
    You'll be happy, too, having this t6 :"i.i. pecial midnight show will Phone 10 "Iar"t'. I !1Norte
    \\'. J. Siprelle, and Mrs. R. A. of the Palms visiting her son time-saver on your recipe list Self- r bra I Mt, r pnmiptly ai 11:30: p.m with already has reduced labor requirements
    Hutchinson serving on the *>mmittee. Gordon Purdy. Mrs. Purdy will b' .
    / .''k.-t sale, bfginning at 7 p m substantially. : Refrigerator. :-'10l... Fr.'t'Il'r..
    No other activities were here until April but Mrs. R. Lan- s.
    \I .'1IIIght -!hpdti'OnS, may eitherabout Chemical and mechanical laboravinp .
    for the near future as yon. who came with her. returnedto I Coleman FIMr Furnace \ :SpanHtairi;\ r -
    fanned
    .1mll! 11 p.m.: or can pw- devue will have the effect
    members are concentrating on the her home in St. Thomas, On 1 4 a "i- 'Ia\ tag: ( 'tin\ en t ion,1 \ \utomalu >N.t>hnv' '
    'iejiil.i'; evening tickets and
    !i'
    Altar Society sponsored Bazaarat tario. Canada this week. ,. Wei.n port *ayof: reducing
    'tend! the; earlier program. u- ,,
    St. Edward's in Starke on Feb. Dr. Smith, author and originator farm workers from the 1950 leve!
    until it resembles cnmniiMi i VK- "' .n"lung m choice seats for the ONE ISKl)
    23. The next meeting will be a of the "Little Jets" cartoon* ture Combine i c t ': ulnight show Mr. Carratt said. of 9.320.000 to 7; 7v-.fn a tut of

    covered dish supper on March 12 will speak at the Park of the cake remainiMt ,'. : HINE$30
    17 ut t\ i\! p Ith50' WASHING
    pet : a-.i: ( MA
    f'a .. opening at the Park this Sun 'I
    Palms this week I I _. .
    with Mrs. E. H. Cooper in charge. every night sugar ana >m !r' : ::.M"l1 <: -
    j "lay. ami showing through Tue* (pun' bins Add :1
    oughn :
    .v
    L'.nHi-
    Next Sunday, Feb. 21, Mass at Ben Rose, who has been ill fort"vlal 1 i ,.
    ally h.'et.' g \.u-.l.: K'.tujMil ."> to ,, day. will be "Mark of the Kent
    the Woman's Club will be at 11 days, is home from tnt1
    8 l I''IIHlt' i gadP"1
    a.m. Instead of at 8 a.m. Thi! hospital and is reported much n.'t ,.w ( Gu-a.-e; top place in grease 1 1I. lj an adventure thrilleiti !
    ,1.1/ I Knardo\ Montalban
    / an.1i'yd
    change in schedule is exceptionaland ter.Mr. + .r bow !, cow r, and let rise until. .
    will be for that one Sunday A. E.Fentress. father >' -I I j tiled in bulk Pla on !..,!l,1: v'cured t ( 'hall.seFilmiil

    only, after which the regular Mrs W. McCrary died on Saturday '-'.. nip flour ruts the kneading" '" pastry cloth, kr'ir.; ll"I' \\ :., m t tet'hiiicoliir., i: i uIotsr4fiL
    tl !n-w intuit-. \t r and let rest 10 m.'uiti -. -tmy! of the i rumaiice. multi: .. i
    schedule will be continued. at his daughter's home in (i ana yon < HI ; ;r __ .
    Roll for roll\ .. C" ,
    < but.
    as jelly t 9x14
    it into Thi ..- thif.f f. and adventure of Lo"n '
    ii.cn :soot: H; I <.t-: "
    Tlr Community Church \Vomer- Keystone Heights where he had inches) ; spread with the .soiteiu d "
    rising!( has been ;!r't!. when '
    riupe it
    prep was a :strugghri; /::!: < : "
    will observe World Day of Prayeron lived for the past three years. Mr j butter and "p. .nki.' brown sus-ir; I .Ii .

    Friday, F.-b. 29, in the church. McCrary accompanied the bodyto GEORGE: WASHINGTO.'f and nuts o1.I.MV: ever the surface. 1.1' -rful ,piiPblo of the eaih: ... ;' 'i, ':. i __ V'.-'"
    .
    Irti: ;Jt-eiith ...
    Everybody welcome. A very good Portsmouth. Va. where the funeral COFFEE CAKE Roll up. T' MMled' edge down! century.Montalhan .' ----- -- ..
    -
    1 cake and tran f, r to a greased baking! : .- r
    :
    yeast i r the' most -- .
    has been planned.The was set for Feb. 20. ""iali.Mpii.siinahtv } ,.> I .
    program lukewarm water sheet. St.iitmu' ) at cue end. cut !roll
    of the KeyStone Mr. and Mrs. H. Morgan, Sr'are 2 cup / tincovereil by Hull!}; ;
    I regular meeting! into two lon tops t to within one' 1' ; h ..
    Heights Woman's Club will visiting with their son, H. L. 3 cups sifted self-rising flour inch of the oppcMte end. Brimone u'.1| -nii-e thi"lays "it,t Pnnela- .. ,'. "., \ ." \'.

    be hel'i in, the club house on Tuesday t Morgan Jr. and his family.The J3 3 3 cup cup sugar butter or margarine strip croM-\u user the uth-:. l-.i. ,ib.ink-- :Ml.--! 1'ii dlloo' : < /IJ'\ '.",\ .., .. .:.. .....,".." W.\. ..,...'f"r'..,,..,.. ,".'".:;,..:,:'..',<....:."... "' U ."
    I of J. keeping cut side up. Cross strip: !! I.lltid" hallt'lllIa.: I onibllle.- l ; :.,,,* :, \( ..M'" "'
    1 R. Powers : \ ; ;
    be ( .
    will at parents are ;
    but .
    Feb 26, 2 ,. ". .' ."'. .. ,
    eggs slightly beaten several times. TUI n end under andpress ",_. .. ...,. '.. ". ,.... .'1. ).$" ., .
    I: dark Iwtlllwith ".. .
    o'clock instead of 3 and will be acovered visiting their son' and family in to seal. : a fine dramatic ., '., ., .. ...:.:),";. !:?: ..'.:', .. .. .,."
    Filling ... .' .
    ifitui .t :' ><' '' ,
    I i l / >- \ '
    ( '
    inatic .
    !
    There will bea t'ystont'11' and Mrs. Power. I "
    dish lunch. 2 Place: cut and drained maraschino < .:. N' : ::
    tablespoons soft butter : #
    Kleemeyer, left the children with th visiting cherries here and there the I Ii ..;
    Dr. over
    guest speaker. i '.i cup light brown sugar i : '" .. .,.., .
    I >> (& : ':s.;: f :.OJ !rOo
    grandparents and made top surface Let rise until double Farm i .
    psychiatrist atIOOtole Haven a quickweekt'nd Ji cup chopped nuts | Workers j I., . .'" '"
    in bulk. Bake immediately in a I .. ..,... 'V
    Park and Mrs. Godwin trip to Miami. I pnJl: .IAn: FU14.
    ,
    Maraschino
    Orange cherries moderate oven t375-F.) about il: I Fewer Because Of i "."
    will will be welcome.On Mr and Mrs.. Al Nelson and Mr.
    sing. Guests Crumble yeast into two table, minutes. Use confectioner's sugar

    Thursday, Feb. 28, at 6:30: and Mrs. D. Reamer left this week ; spoons of the warm water and let icing over the top. Cake is about New Machinery ;:

    for a vacation in South Florida.L. soften. Into the flour, cut the butterBROOKER 5 by 15 inches

    a p.m.sauer the kraut Rotary dinner Club will in the put clubhouse on M. Beasley and family haw I I ii-ilicemeit| ; of about thr.i \ Here's the newg )}@JJ]

    for the benefit of the club. moved into their new home near i I and a half n.lhon: American! tarn big )

    The proceeds will go toward the the Baptist church.C. | workers by 1970 as a result ofi II i'

    __ cost of the furnace which the L. Sipe was elected chairmanof BAYLESS HIM% | labor-saving ,' and othi' ,
    devices i is!" forecast in a !:
    I study re
    Rotary Club has already installed the Town Council at a meeting
    :Miry E J. l.rwir1'ircuici..111iliary BY :\Ir... O. t:. CrosbyClmrrli I ceiiily made public. i most cwin its
    powerful class !
    in the club house. held last Friday night. Traffic : .
    I .iare at the thre. '
    hold! nf
    Melvin Kerr of Melvin! Mich. IE I protection for school children teas ,I I a
    discussed and made thata News new era that promises plentiful! '
    here for a short visit with his: proposals I I'
    daughter Mrs. J. Frank Walrath I traffic light be installed and a ,I The regular meeting uf 1 ihe Fire 1I01l't lot got! church Sunday tood and fiber, but is also fraught

    special officer appointed. Fast men's Auxiliary was held Monday morning at 11] o'clock and Sunday with the dangers of economic and j NEW! 101h.p.HighCompression.
    Jr. | i Designed to out- erform. out ride. l
    .
    at the of night with preaching by the social disruption against which we .
    driving by out of town motorist! night home Mrs L. A. pas j
    H. J. Ebey Is home on hit i
    Cipt.
    on the main street through the Mott. The living room was decorated tor. Rev. J. E. Ladd of Jacksonville have to prepare our nation no le- II | out-she other low-priced
    I any car
    final leave before going overseas. I MILEAGE MAKER SIX!
    t
    invited to I than agam-t the dangers of I 11nggitsioii I
    school zone poses a serious prob. with arrangements of azalea Everybody attend I aime .

    Kilmer From here in New he will Jersey go and to Camp from lem, it was pointed out. j and camellias. Refreshments car- all services at our church. I I I ) I t !tepoit t .on the study i i) on the American Road !

    tied out the Valentine motif. Mrs.J. The opening date of our six -
    II"I
    there to Austria. 1I I \V. Thomas' birthday was celebrated church is March 16. Tht'rt'111 tit ,I Thi '. i '
    II -i > dealing niHihly wit. ) NOW! i10-h.
    Mrs Cole entertained with a Unemployed Pay 9 Never before did so little money buy perform,1. P.
    all
    at this meeting. I an day program with dinner on: II i '
    I ance to match that of the '52 Ford. Take t'r HighCompressionSIBH10SIA8
    bridge and canasta party at the the at the hem your
    Fifteen persons in Bradford Plans were made for a fish fry grounds noon choice of new Mileage Maker Six,orStrato-Star V-8.

    ., County received a total of $492in t to be held Friday night. Feb. 22. Everyone is invited to au'n.i I Your ChildWILL y V-tl!

    Refinance Your Debts I unemployed payments during at the home of Mrs. Hewlett And Bring someone with you HIM l ;- No other car in its class can equal Ford's smooth- \..
    With a :iO-Year-5% Interest riding, 1
    well filled basket. corner-hugging roadability. No other
    the week ,..ndingFt.b.. 8. In the erson. All the Firemen are invitedto a LIKE THIS can
    ,
    mach its new beautiful Coachcraft Bodies its
    Federal Land Bank attend. The next regular meet I IVrs-oiuU:
    entire state a total of $69,798 was huge curved
    one-piece windshield and
    3.97S ing will\ be held at the home of Jimmy & Helen Citu li\ NEW COUGH HELP car-wide
    to the
    paid during I
    persons rear window its convenient -
    Farm Loan t Mrs. (Charles :Newman were .1 : Center-J.'i1I1'ut.ling J '\
    J A. ParkerGint I: .
    same period. its "
    for rower-Pivot Clutch and Brake
    ] I coughs and bronchitis due to colds i. Pedals."f/:
    ,
    f guest, of Helen\ Mi, ( f(
    SEM patents. i'
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    ... ., ,
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    < of the R. F. Ganos for you can now Creomuhion specially .... w
    Mrs. Lloyd RaIn u!! 1 Inllk:, : S','I.'1.day. prepared for Children in a Here is a car that is truly the ablest car on the I ":'\
    K.V. BRYAN the new pink
    ] OFnn: n'l'I.nST weekend were their children.Mr. .
    and blue package and be sure: American Road a car that meets the widest ;r: .ILl,1, ,
    :
    622 N. Main Street II and Mrs. M. M. Gano
    I I and. i A larg.. IIllInr 1 ,. "'i' t' Ik, at ((1)I ) Your child will like it. range of motorists' needs. Examine it carefully. .;:..--

    Gainesville Florida II I UUADrOKD CO. TKLKdKAl'IITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtT: : daughter!and Sherry Mr. and Beth Mrs.of St.Ovid Augustine ''It'IHIt-d{ tit IUl1l'I.tI ,' 1,1, \\'llhall' ingredients.((2) It contains only safe, proven "Test Drive" it. You'll agree you can't buy better! I: 1

    (';111. I at HII: !" '! '''; ' .. ,,11\\ i NEW C04CHCKAf7 BODIES
    Gano and son. Ray. of Gainesvillo! I ((3) It contains no narcotics to disturb -
    i.'""n. nature
    :Mr. and Mrs. Obra Hazen and process. "'
    .poted! 1 I' I II \\' I I':' "Ilth .. II''' ((4)) It will aid ruti.uto: soothe nnd / f,

    I FOR SALE -- Attention Cattlemen NOUS spent Sunday in Ocala visit ( 'iIJ!! dl Xliii" III ...;. \\11<1'.' '."I..i.I he.,! r.iw. tender: intl.inuil! ,. tf.io.it anti Comned .lestJJIIVe tlle 2 M; !
    ing Mr. and Mrs J. P. Hazen today
    '' an!! I l.4, ,Im) Y rIll'1.1'1"1 1 i.'l 't'rim l 'I!!1I1!I bronchi.memrr.mes! ? thus rehevim: ;: ,
    E :Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis. the CL>\iii.-h and prviri'i'tir.s;: ,; rlt t tend,
    ,
    50,000 STALKS SEED CANE 4 II I r"Ikth:; I !I. ::1' k XIIIIIIIIIrllll ,
    jlccp. Ask for ( 'r K"i, : f T' ( I !-
    4 Mrs.: E. M. Hazen is spend-.. i au.1! \1.10', .. .. al. ANDREWS MOTOR
    :; COMPANY
    s t III'I' dren in the pink Ifll! \I'- p.iJiLv..
    tt E I.E\(.TIIS C I; l'"I'.1NI)) KKTTEK2c : I 4 "
    4 "':lie time in Ocala with her! smi; .! 1 'LiIh.Ih. 1 ..la.I'T . 1/"oIl!I 'Ir..

    t Per Stalk ; :and.l.1.P..
    ,' .
    4 I. .1 li: "'''Id! till' T I'' !r.1 I T. ',' CHILDREN

    4 4 llecent guests of Mr. and Mr< ,'\\I..j.: iI. .I ,,"'!" Ii!:'.. ": rtlietes Coughs heir Colds Acute Ercncliiri' itI' +r.JR; SRIIAN) WI 1" JIV'i' .;tRb ,'IVA.. .: '1. :ne' M. .1' aurctyII rues Jar 1\\&: 'wtr

    44 L AIott were Mr. and11. .' II'' Tur! Jiit .1'r't .1\ I IltL .1 1 ,

    SANTA FE STOCK FARM 4 John Mott of LaCros"r. Mr. all.! 11."" )' '

    4 Mr- Cleve :Moore and Mr. and .".;! glad .. 'to ;. "g,' H. ,
    John II. Denmark Starke, Fla. :Mrs. L \ ..
    Parrjsh. I\t./ .hit. to h. ..7 II I H" :alid

    :Mr W'ife', lIa\! ',' !I.j ., ,
    and
    ...uu.vu.uu.uuA.uuu..A.uuuu.AAL Mrs. Alex Williams of tii' IIhonir "

    _'_ _'__'_'__"_'_'_" _'_0_ ,__. _.._._ ,_ ,_.._._.;, Jacksonville spent the weekend I 'nra' "I I Ii with her parents, Mr. and Mr- I Tiloitias (;erlf.; i.. h, ,1 tilt. '

    ; Dave Green. I I'tlo any \\'ork t., ., :a i i., g 1111'!

    I then :Malcolm and Allen Lewis who Glad ,to heat, I h.1I1"! L L (C"i 1 .

    .. tier is Cle.!' ,, ',.J! ,
    you GAS al' employed in South Florida. eliij;; : < ly a' I :
    I think I II home of her son-in-law and diiiuhter.
    spent the weekend at home here.

    i I of SLADE i ii I Miss Hetty Jo Crosby with hei Mrs.. Mr.Conner and Mr"recently 10";>urnle..ira 11"I'I': buy the unused mileage

    i Think of. l lOur roommate :Miss Mary Graham of very serious; eye operation
    Tampa. students of the U of F

    I service includes either liulane or Propane I spent the weekend here with Mrs. I son Arthur Buddy& Ernestine McRae in; !
    1 H. B. i were visiting witn Mi:
    Crosby and family.

    \ Gas in tanks from 5 gallons to 1,000 gallons I II Mrs. Emra Hazen and sons of I' and Miss Mrs.Barbara L. A. Mula Crosby and Sundae( 'ha lit.. in your worn fires !

    : Plant City were visiting G. W. Hutchison and Jack Cady Barkei

    I Cylinder installation \\ ith anyUanjje I Hazen last Monday. of
    I? D 1? D I the University were VI.JIIHECharles' :

    i 1 1El El : purchased in our Store. I The G. A. met at the home of parents Mr. and :Mis; ('

    Sandra Mott Tuesday afternoon. | Hutchison Sunday afternoon' Exchange them for

    REALLY Pays to Trade I Fourteen girls were present. The i i Calvin Weekly and \\' B Tin ,

    l't I I next meeting will be held at the man of Bagdad., Ky who ha'

    <.AS: COMPANY Baptist Church.li.'t'llant.UI'. bet-n visiting :Mr wIth 5 :"livttert Griffith i r
    LAUCDon't return. 'I j : Pie' hotm ,
    j t'I10\ I-: 1.1r ,I .
    Valentine motif was carried TuesdayI

    I I In I-.. ::1.! the decorations and refresh. I >, Norn.
    :--.-.-.-. -.--. -.----- -'-"-" -'-'-'-'-"-'.' iry !: "l: I r.iloxi; Kyi
    n I.. I it t a miscellaneous shower i i- visiting! hiuh', : ) \1" Nuiman

    .,:L;: :Mrs. Rosa :Mae Benton GOOD'iE4R
    M1Floyd I'i '
    f shy tint ihildieti i
    l I' recent bride, on Thursday
    t i and Mrs U K: Cnhv and dough ,
    -vb; 11, in the Community
    of these tt'r'Isited :Mi "'.
    Russell
    let one .. en The bride received many Friday night. t 1
    1 ,
    .n' and! useful gifts.
    I

    The Demonstration Club TIRES TODAY !

    1 Veterans InterestedIn Sunnybrook club held Home its Demonstration regular

    Home Loans monthly meeting Friday at the .

    .t q Should Get Blanks home of Mrs B. M. McRae. Th$ If you re driving, on smooth tires, yore: coding trouble. 90Ci -$ ',
    f fI
    i iMiest. Miss Alice
    Cromartie '
    I al *f of oil tire failures occur during the lost 10'cf t-re life. Stop
    :; he Agricultural Extension Serv.Ice
    I ,\ H. i.f, \ I Chic::. DtieitSeitin We II the ias, dangerous milesin
    gave a helpful demonstration trouble before it starts. buy
    ::. Jacksonville Vet because'f
    \ilminiMiatmn Oft ice. this'used *'on the canning of pork. She and your old tires. We're ready to pay plenty for them =

    .. : the local Veteran? the ladies canned chops ribs anda we have customers waiting for recaps end we can't deliver ;

    BURN YOU OUT S'' Office i that it would be cubed roa.-t. Members attending without tires to recap So take advantage of our offer Get /

    .. despite the bad weather, wereMrs.
    those veterans of Starke of safer tires now, while we're payirg .
    Floyd Crosby, Mrs. Le-ter a set new, Goodyear
    s
    Bradford '
    HI I Countdesiring a I
    i Crosby Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Mrs big prices for old tires. : tf '
    i PJ ei t Loan from the Veterans
    Annie Mae McRae, Mrs B. M
    IF that partition near stole! or furnace i* too )Lot for adnuni-tration for the purpose of 'j
    t j McRae. Miss Cromartie and. Mis* I
    furnace needs either building a home or purchasing
    your hand- IF your chimneyetose or Ros*. The hostess served delu'imi- II

    cleaning or repairing-IF you Loobt a stubborn fire j letter one to already the Veterans built to Administration write a-'.refreshments to all present Al! I You can buy Pay as little as +

    force furnaces' members are urged: to l ,
    vith kerosene or gasoline-IF you a | requesting the necessary plarrhir
    zinnia sl''dlarl'h 15-1'n:! : ti.- l
    _: -then you're taking one oj the !; application blanks flower show iii Juii". on our EASY. $125 j j'/

    :Mr Henry stated that at th.
    v. risks that together cause more
    present time there were no funds Stop at this sign of
    than 120,000 fires a year! available! for Direct Loans but I Pvt. Delbert Crews PAY PLAN AWE E K

    a's:t .. .. ..-- that the Congress I is: expected tc 'With 5th DivisionPvt Tire Service HeadquartersService
    -
    appropriate some money for this .-. '- r -- .. --
    - -
    | program in the near future. The Delbert E (Crews, fort: > r'emploeil :-.

    97 H. C. WALL( AGENCYPLEASE !' Loan Application letters will liE with the local Lovett JJ

    i filled i tb; the Jacksonville V. A. grocery, is now at Indian'own Gar
    I I $,__ % .. .
    PHONE 146 I I office upon their arrival and theras l Military Reservation in Pennsylr -.V fe-N "V Jj'V tC-LLH I --- xs .V WS.A. *- iSlk .V --* -- V.

    soon as the funds beconv r \ for a 16-week basic training -

    18\'allable. application blanks wil! cycle. Iris schooling with thf

    t -i Constant Service 0> er :30 Years I be sent to the veterans with let. I famed 5th I Red Diamond ) Infant J Center Station \1 '.

    I tton: file on a "first come, firs try Division will be conducted b\ ,

    !1 served basis. ; d
    combattoughened'eteran.* of th"

    A J Thomas. Jr., County Serv. Koren- f:: : a: ': World War II i : SEEKER GOODMAN : .

    . I will assist interesteei'.i d'I!'' I. i t I Phone 206 U. S. 301 at South City Limits t
    -f ( 'fficer. < -on of Mrf ,

    \ Stop &&& tile Mb ffoi&Mcw/ :..* in writing their letter :and! Mr G E Crews and! :< mar I ,...._ .., '. .,.,. ,. .. .. ,. --/ > I
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    "r ;<<' '" .'''' ''' ''',' <. ."" ,. r
    I I requM.: .? applicationI ;H d| t ;.. :> -rr.: r Vrf..i.i: ; IK .r- ,0." ,' ." '";90."", '" "'",'-""'""" ,,, .., ," "'''',"":''"'','. '' ',\,<;" .,"," ,,"'"''.:\',"\ ,,0. "':"' :' .i ,"
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    rUIDAY, FEBIU'AKY, 1952; PRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPn: STARKE' :, FLORIDA P\<.F :F1FVIN

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    Well Known Artists To Appear Here : -- '-- -,: :. --- -. ', -_ -_ _-_ : -. -_ -_ :- -:, : = ;;: :li:: :

    OUR I

    For Benefit Of Disabled Veterans JIUEIllF


    i."--t \\'" For I !:-" 1,1; ,xi, Another TABLING
    Quantity
    r --aired mua" 1 i- inspiringne."dgc
    will be gut! i' T'II' BIG
    First Methodist Church -m '

    Baptist Church 1Fiiv 1i I II Methodist Church day. February :2*, ar 7 :::0( p!i n
    i Al and Ivy \\'al"h:1:! Lewis D Haines will bring i'! Wai Yun Syn a !student at the I) radio and concert arti-t-, T'! S ALE
    both messages this Sunday at the ,University of Florida from Sings [ stars are from theV... f:" '"
    First Baptist Church of Starke. j spore, will be the guest speaker ber" program heard <>\ ..' Now

    The Pastor's message at the it the Sunday evening service in each Sunday Morning > lllH\1- \I?I lIH(, 1ln "I., .. "IH" ., : \ Reserved
    eleven clock hour will Le the the First Methodist Church of formerly of the Studeh t.

    missionary command "GO". The :Star ke, on Feb. 21 at 7:30: p.rn'al gram over the ABC n-, '. On \\ H t- "" ,: \ rt ItH \\I 1 If 1 1 4 I I 111
    will special music '\\ Yun is receiving his college This h-
    choir bring program is L
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    !
    ,
    :Mona: Canova and duration' through a project promoted '
    directed by :Mrs.: Starke under the a .s;'
    :Miss Julia Lawson will be at the I by the Methodist Youth of Veterans Hospital Pr'I 1 .
    organ. I.Floi ida. He will be the guest of non-profit Protestant (' .< -_ _'_ 0' _- __ : :- : :: .'q-- -_- '_ --. '__ .'. .-.. ,_ '>, -/ u -_-, _-. ,: ;".::::-:--:'" :;::"ii- : _
    Sunday evening during: the hour 1 cite Starke MYF at a fellowship: gamzatious devoted to iK t
    of evangelism at 7.30 the youth I :supper at 6 p.m. prior to the evening spiratumal entertainment' ,

    choir directed by Miss Aliese Lawson service.. Special music will veterans hospitals and ;P' ,.- "
    will sing, and the piano-organ I be furnished by the Youth Choir free bedside radios to th- ,. .
    duo will lead the singing of favor Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will! abled veterans.

    ( ite hymns by the congregation preach at the Sunday morning r This organization has aI!,,, t>
    will be worship service at 11 o'clock on\
    The pastor's message expanded to reach the IIH-M! + Bake-Rite
    "When the Fire Fell". I the subject, 'Christ is the Victory' 1 I women in our Armed Foues !' 3 69AN6c
    Sunday School meets; 9.45; with :Members: of the Starke Methodist -j I I j the same inspirational
    with other
    and classes for all 'Church will join
    departments ment It i.s a nation-wide ('
    t ages and :Mr.: Orie Wiggins Associate Methodists of the Gainesville Dis program given to assure the :
    Superintendent in chan in trict in a mass Victory Raly: in !
    ;
    and women in the veteruis:
    absence of Di \\'. Woodham Jr. I the Gainesville High School auditorium -
    puals and Armed Forces tint I !
    at 6:15: Sunday afternoon at ? :
    Training Unions gather Church has nat forgotten I .
    with :Mr.: J. T. Lawson director of p.m. that the people of the -'nun' h r ;,,--. -- :-'- ---:. : : -' -- -- -"" :- : : -,'" ._ '. : : ',- .:' ._-.-'..-- : -_=-O-:' -- '=:': if, =, ..=i
    the Unions for each age group. praying for them

    Mid-week service regularly Wednesday b,1. I Keystone BaptistMiss Countless thousands: (mi: >i ,

    7:30 with the message ) Elizabeth Al and Ivy over the radio !' You $ C.oo
    the Pastor and a request prayer Ora GreylIs' I Don't Have to
    period that all might make re'I' sionary. was the guest speaker at ,t as in churches all over th.- !' II I Spend OUR
    the service Sunday, Feb.
    quests for prayer known.A morning They are highly praised b\ < '

    cordial invitation is extended j I 17. i critics for their: talenis. ,i, !! SPECIALS

    t to all to join these! hours of wor j Among those attending the as by ministers all over ih i - -- .
    ship at the First Baptist Churchin State Sunday School Convention try for the splendid sei\nu _0 ._ _ 0i.: h : ::: c- -::-:\.

    the heart of the City. the Chun : ,
    at First Baptist Church in Gainesville artrendering to ; "

    Monday, Feb. 13, were Rev to our wounded veterans '
    At The TabernacleThe are truly artists and will '! !
    i I and Mrs Fred D. Grant Mrs E ,
    eve'rvuue' vs ho hears them [ I : ? ONIONS OLEO
    message Sunday rooming'IT. Da'isIrs.. C. T. Parker am1I

    at the Tabernacle was brought by I 1)11'5. E.Altman.. Mass i \ ..' .'i' "'m
    I Rev A. C. Allen of Gainesville I Beginning March 21th. thru Meeting '!

    . who presented enthusiasticallysome I April 4 a Revival will be held at Will Climax 'tl'dill

    vital the Bible Bible truths.School Hour I the First Baptist Church conducted Methodist 1 > 'I'. Colored !
    During 1: / th B.q'| tt \\
    in the afternoon, the last messagein by Rev J. R. Noffsmger.: ; Rev Climaxing (' Feb 11 LBS. C

    a series of services by Billy Fred D. Gant will be song leader evangelism' mission Th,n I> > M1: 3 Oc I1 8
    Constitution I
    heard from
    Graham was Noffsingei LB.
    for the meetings. Rev. Methodists fiom Starke \\a; : '1:1.11.:
    Hall in Washington, via ,,. ,
    is Pastor of the First Baptist( tend a mass meeting. \ pI' s "
    radio ,
    ( delivered the Sun Church of Gainesville Feb 21, at 3 p.m in the pi-' : 't _
    The Sponsor vile High School auditorium. I 'iati" \\ M 'II
    day evening message, basing his On Thursday, Feb. 28, a dmnei r I .,
    talk on two Old Testament characters will be held at the Church for th<.. service is one ot similar I .t t I r:' K .. --- : _. .
    found in Isaiah. member, ings to be held in key gulnI ,: .: : : ;' ; \_ : ..__ _u _--- -_. _- ::_: .: ::-= -:. : 7'J.
    !
    I purpose of launching a throughout Florida. The h> 'II' <'I'1>
    Dr. McN'eill, who has beena _
    '
    guest John of the Tabernacle: for someWeeks I ship drive for the Pastorium Club. :, E. Rutland. District in- : d .. .,u. _'# __ -. -',-.- -- ,. :- __ _- -: ,- ,' _ _. -,,: ____ .- : __ :_1
    ent of the Gainesville !! I > t' _
    invited
    left Saturday rooming foe The public i. cordially
    pieside Guest speaker will .i._ 'I i '.
    Jacksonville and other points to Dinner will be served at 7:30. f k I ,
    H. B Trimble. Dean of the :Mr l I >IF i
    fill engagements before returning will follow. C
    program ler School of Theology. Emory of '"
    to his home in Washington D. C r
    \vrsity. Atlanta. Ga. Special hu: ,
    Church of Christ i will be furnished by the to 'I i BLEACH "QT" 10I

    Presbyterian Church Corner 10th and :McMahon: the First Methodist ; L I :
    I ,,
    Gainesville. -," i : '
    Sunday School at 9:43.: Bible School-10 A. M. _
    The mass meetings will i i I ':'
    and 7:3''g
    A.L
    10 Preaching-11
    Friendship Class a.m.
    .
    ,I a dose an intensive week of I
    11 a.m. Morning service conducted P.M. I .
    .
    i Hon and preaching '\' | 'Mi. _
    .
    Bible Stud I
    and
    Meeting ;j '
    t
    hy Rev. L.A. Shepherd oi each Prayer Wednesday 7:30: P. M.Everyone 1'in the Methodist .churches : .-! I 1.1"> ;- -. ', .- : u.'r: ._ _. .. _: : : :. ;>;'?,
    I
    State Farm.
    Florida Conference. : MtIt .., _. .
    welcome. .. _
    Youth 7 Fellowship Sunday. .eve The Rev Fred R. Pfisterer. .. i >i.i.i" I I j jI -_ --_u _-__- ,.,_- ___- __ -.-. -- __ __ _- ,- "- _-_,_u_,. __ "_'._
    ning at p.m. tor of the Beaver Dam ) ,, 'j-:1:! I I. .' ,'
    St. Edward's CatholicRev. : Methodist Church is S.'u'i i., I i i' !? ,,01;,
    nuncil: OF JtstCJlla:: T Richard Lyons, pastor ;1 the Starke Methodist Church j ,in"! \1' h ,' I

    OF LATTFj HAY SAINTS Sunday Mass at 9'15 a. m. ing this week evangelism; Bros't: <''i I :-' ,' it. TISSUE

    I Masonic Temple, Call Street. Weekly :Mass: at 8; a. m. morning at 7:15: and each '\ !,!,:.: :-1': ", 1i 1\ ii
    I Sal untt\ 7 ';+o t o i ,,, FLOUR
    S'mday School every Sunda y;. Confessions at 7:30; ; through Friday u i I IScotts
    morning 10 a m Sacrament Services i 8'30 P MChildren The Starke Methodist !
    *Tate hisn Classe:5i ,
    6:30: p m A cordial Invitatioi n s < Will sponsor a ; -
    is extended to all I Wednesday{ 4.-00: PM Gainesville Sunday .I,

    . H N'olln'an is; chairman ''ai ,tt i I.
    i.i -I iar.i\at: Committee I : ;!,' M C

    1't i d i !I'i 10
    i I r I, .\i J,i !i r 15 LB, 49C
    I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Starke Church of God8th : \ P

    & St. Clur Sty ; : ai, '! \'
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    -- Sunday School 1'a m. 1 ,.
    Hev. Lewis I). Haines, I'a,tor 5 ,
    :
    Sunday Morning Worship 11 I : '
    In The IIrurt (Of) T n\ n .. _,j-- :- --- -,, : r-l-____ -/ ', ,, '- -, -- .- --
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    Jefferson & Court Streets Sunday Evening Service 7: I I II! I i I II i. - _: ... _:j-:: :: ;, :: :-. : :
    PHONES: Office gal: Pastonimi! HO.Morninu :: Y. P E Service Tuesday : : !' : I t K : .. .u'- __
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    --------- ---- ---- -- --- ----- Prayer Meeting Thursday i: :t j I \ ,- -- ,,- .','- -- ". .'e -, -. ,- "- -- -- -___" -_ _-"---__ .-' -_:h_..____._______+_k.-__
    Sen ices "(,<0") : I I .t inl I
    HKHJiKONN: ('It ( T ,
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    K\: filing Sen ice"When The (Tire Tell"' .
    HOMtXOMl.NOThe : : I ) 1 I' !!
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    SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00: A.M.: 7'W: I'M. will have Heilbionn its Hoin.-ioming Baptist' PEPPED BoX 1 pGRITS

    l I Sunday School !9) : !ti:; A.M. Training I niorm t ii; 1 15: 1'.M. thy, Match :2 There will I i; : I _

    M lIn-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY : ,\ 4 i l s I
    CHURCH WlTlI1'lIE'ISIT1 (. PASTOR"GOD'S Everyone I": united to i ,. H, I r' ... ._ .
    VISIT TilE -- --- '
    hi rug a bask i ".!1 I v I n.- _: : : -:.- '__ : L.: --: _:-_< '._

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    1't: nA'q.\L HuLl : :NM\ > / -- -- .. u' .-:. :: -_ -_ ._ -"..
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    :,Sunday School 10 am. .- .
    :
    :Morning S'r\uv 11 am

    LAST WORD! Prayer Evening S''r\t Mee'rus>'.. 7 :50 p 'm' :.h!". c Pork & BeansDixie >

    ., i I' It i .
    night 7l"i t Sr:;.riu i
    will be the topic of the pastor'sMTmon T.45: p ... t'l. '

    Sunday night:: at 7:30:: P.M.FIRSTBAPTISTCHURCH .-' ',"i"-:ri. w t.
    | '
    : '- Armour y

    Hampton .lI. Lily C Star Brand 1 / C

    H A 1 P I!:t '.liq u II>1.i 1.\ 5 42 16 oz.

    Bon (.n.\', Pastor Hj Mrs. M.alenline U. '\ '.' .. | .\ .n', I LBS g

    :' ''I': CAN
    Hible School 10 A.M. Don Hill. Superintendent \ Manle\ I'Ht I I,;' .
    i t : t t..,
    B.T.ilt (Gall:: P.M. Otto Hil'b'r: Director Mrs Frederick! WaTtl'r- I - _
    An'hie F.t.1t311! i Mrs' :! ; .:.- ,- c. _: _, '; : ; __- c .--_ -_: -':'-'-.-: iiiiii.il.fli-'f':

    NTHSKIN OPE\ McMahore erte't.UneJ. ,: .. ..
    \ .'\. .: -' ::, .. = -- -- -
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    evening ot i i.t.t week at their : i ) : ,, : -- -- - -- -- -- -- : : :_ ,.1ti. ::

    "Join' The Croicds Coming To Our Sirriccs"Hear \\ 1'/1/ a Stanley Party. Mr ; Smoked Tender Sides
    t P.
    'ipe of Gainesville was the
    t ; ,, '
    I I : | "
    ?,i' -tater? : "f Stanley: i t, '
    \ > ',i- .11.' theme w.s : ..
    I! :
    '!"'( untions 'hr'u: '\" \ 1

    < Mi-res wer played .
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    : 1.\ in! '! 't he w :! : ,
    I :
    WADE E SMITH sit ";t : ,'

    II I I' .'. 1 LB.
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    LONG BRIDGE CHURCH"The I D M.-. h-S. ,, t.".'t-' 1 Mrs Dobbs W Miss H. t! ; ':\1-,.,' ,' : BIG PRIZES Will Be Given Away March 27. Don't Forget


    Missionary-minded Church" :M Mrs Bruce % That
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    Reds Pfc. ThompsonEnds .. .
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    Huaut 5s : : fiend! s t."e voters; and' .
    y 'I, I. _",01 ;p ,i. .-.pv "i .j.( > l ..
    t To Hold Tryouts Boot Training ,ix. t j fyi'U.;0.1 J R ,\ SI.:I.!o"1 r- v l'. '.
    f" f.r I'l l iiil-. ''; .'iI"1Budd, nt;. ". 11. I. '..
    CLINT I :' tr! the office \i \.1\' .it. !). \ t.Vt n."d, 1-'I..r.I. ." ..'; .'

    ; At Jax BeachMuch 1' \ __ ,I 'her :, :' t.t-t 1 i ,
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    A i. imi von ar. nrv ".
    interest has been displayedin -f .ev. ,' I t. -he extut fut th-r i'Ihrrvv ,.,tifu.l tl.at v'.u ..11.111" ., ..
    tha'i i-" .i' p.V V* t I' 'I 'I, i I Ii -
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    ;.M: i I !> .' d..oj l would be 1 :I.
    the Cincinnati Reds Baseball and ilioiM. ". i,.' ,|I. '. -, -. ,- ;. .
    t.> !. .' the required time f ".r..". f I ,. ,. i.i.-, .,

    : Tryout Camp March to be 2 held at February Jacksonville I Take ;ji fof!>e' .. .! ;llins the duties ofe .1 I..101-t-.t..l .i.-.' .. .. ..
    :: 28 through and Let It BeA I P" rI' t I -
    My Life .
    , .tfic! I f--r-1. I II t. ;. .
    Beach. < . \I 1 .
    Reds scout Paul Florence and 1 .tin; : .\ .di.tuiug n.y ', : .

    .1'ld LII' ..
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    Harry Hatcher. General Manager sick hymn writer sits up all nightOn i .1
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    SeaBirds I I \t.ts 1.1.irk my main .
    of the Jacksonville Beach 1I.1--: : .

    will have several playing % 4. the evening of Feb. 4, 1874. a group of 10() be used only as He would have them used. Many '"lids' ., i I i. interest in my .Ii.'fill\ ., l I.. ,. .

    fields available among which will : people gathered at an English home for a going another artisan had used his talent just as sin neha'f'! v :' I:. jiteatly! appreltepictuiiIly -

    b' the home field of the Jax Bea'nSea away party for one of the empire's most noted cerely. It was, in fact, the work of a painter with. r.e.i I
    his version of Christ on the cross. that inspired !

    Birds. hymn writers.During Miss Havergal to write her first notable hymn "III j

    Playerwill report at the ball! the evening the poetess took the oppor- Gave My Life for Thee" E W. Haves

    at 10 o'clock. Thursday, tunity to study each member of the gathering. After the guests had gone the 34-year-old NOTICE -
    park \OTM-R TO %rrKtn .
    Feb. 23. Any player She observed that the happiest of the group were poetess retired to her room. Her observationshad In Cir.-uit four*. llradrurd Cnant !
    morning. those who had found their respective places in led her to a renewed conviction that her gift KlorMa : In <.hanorr. .

    signed by the Cincinnati organ life and were using their talents accordingly. of writing verse was God-given and to the IM: : i H I K.: ;.. !I- 'if \ 'I ,

    ization will be ieimburs>ed for his While, on the other hand the most unhappy were theme of one of her greatest hymns. As was the \' Ii. ..> i : i :. t ;,. i.. I.,, '. .
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    expe nses. those who had not discovered their talents or. In case most of her short life (she died at 43)) MIss | >ibtie* To .tpprnr.T. :N.I

    Private 1-c Kenneth E Thompson her opinion were not using! their abilities In Havergal was ill. But she began to write. By .. \.h.| .. J i.: r.. \I'

    Jr 18 son of M) anil Is proper channels dawn Frances Ridley Havergal had completed another t --,01'1', l'1;" .

    Office Takes LeadIn Kenneth E Thompson Si 1i i Frances Ridley Havergal lived in the belief of her immortal hymns which is given herein -lit r"'III"f... .|fI..IK. >.ti.i v .,.'..j l.." .i I ,'It"" !i I E CANNOT ACCEPT
    that her talents
    i were a trust of God and were to part .' \ iii" i ,.
    Starke promoted 'o hi.s pl"--
    Humphreys 'I f'< .., in.l? "11., i i i 1'1.
    I t'nt rank when h,. lecontly completed Take my life, and let it be Take my lou; my Lord, I pour j "I I -. X I J I"> \ 'I- \ 'I
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    TourneyThe 1' ""I .: 'i. ; '
    Bowling
    hi- recruit training at the Consecrated, Lord, to Thee\ At Thy feet its treasure-store; ]j'l[ > q.I \ ;II', i I '. I r i -

    I Marine Corps Recruit Depot Par Take my bands, and let them mote Take 11Ilrland I SLut be I. I V I I' I \ u I I
    with an aver .
    Office Team ; ANY MORE
    .1"I 1.1 i MEAT AFTER
    of 1.000. took the lead !I rU Island, S. C. He fired a score '. At the impulse of Thy 101 e. [leT, only, all for Thee. r. -.t!I. .I') ,. t''i I
    age score .
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    of 201 out of a possible 250 dining < .'fi.I I :. !Ii-- I ,
    last Friday in the inter-company 'III t I I( .I 'h..i'I) |1,1.1.T | -
    bowling tournament now being his weapons training; 10 win th-i I Take my feet, and let them be Lord, I giie my life to Thu.T M ..r. Ii ,Mi. M -. ii I" : _

    conducted by Humphreys Gold Marksman Medal. iiuift and beautiful for Thee; !orez'er-mre to be; 1'i. 1'' .1; i '... .' .j i'.\ i ti'\ .." II l '

    Corp. The Lab and Zircon Mill Prior to enteiing the Mann. Take my voice, and let me sing Lord, I gilt my life to The- Tit. .s I.' '. .. .t--' .' I.-.. .. p .,i-ti-h-I|, |: ,| i' MARCH 1ST

    were tieu for second place with an I Corps on :0.:02j I\xi was employe'! AIwa):, only for my King. Thine forti (r-mOTe to be. .1 1 -. i n !I' .f i-..-'I., ':t.\'-\f.

    of .666 each | a- an nuto inevciaiiii.: in StaiKi. -- '"I.' t I
    average .
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    Best individual average was held T-\1 -_ .. FILLED TO CAPACITY
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    with 153. < .
    R. J. Shannon Mrs. Howe Thanks .
    by g7 -I .. ",, ',art I
    the best individual .
    held .
    E. R. Fox 1 [fI [fl. '"" t\ 'i".rk
    Those Who .
    game score of 193. as wellas Helped i < 42:! > ;

    the best three-game total. 482. With Fair Exhibit -. M"I .iri: op 1\'n'Tln" T"
    III I i.l .TK.It .PHTI1IOI > ME

    Shannon was credited with the I ;; _ .. i.. hereby given that tl. .
    highest average number of strikes. Mrs Marian Howe exerut, \ : iif.l uniler the |1'1'\ vivns|

    scored the | secretary of the Starke Chambei ,"i Xns'.rlbu'ed br Ului'.rtttd Feature Syndicate Binrm.ium A..& I iit'-r| :'i fI.I> :ir,:: t.-iv\s, ..f HI.M.IIt i
    3.333 while Manning .
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    ; 1141! w ni iI"r'I'h, 1\,? LAWSON'SMEAT
    Commerce wishes to thank all who ... .
    highest average number of spares -- --- I .f. I. i i-m, I in :&1I.j
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    assisted with the ''in' st.i'f .f !Finn
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    3833. KWithdtawal : oj I i U.i i| ]P', ..r. (I.lr.r, ,.f t.uloll.,
    Bradford County exhibit at the u. S. Must Build Civil Defense : of candidate "' '"H .' -h.. f tiitiiv
    The tournament is being held! toi il' .
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    State Fair in Tampa.She especially i"it He nt Tax It" I t M I .n,1'\ \ Sui-;
    Assessor and COLD STORAGETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
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    each Wednesday and Friday nightat I i- im IU..1)
    I wishes to thank members ot KIT. business I." .1 Ml; U 1,1 Ii; .
    Strickland's Landing. RURAL AMERICA HAS IMPORTANT! reasons I arii'Meii n | ST.
    the Woman's Club and others who ( to withdraw from $ttlk I I .. 01. I
    the I
    racI e1 Iiftn.T H Devil. .k. .." i..r ". i
    I kept the office open while -he was previously ..II'1t' Street. Stirk...
    announced my candiilic I F'I.ri.1I i
    W.C.T.U. in Tampa. PART IN PROTECTING HOME FRONT \ : \' for i 1 I I'ltiil, tins 1 i-.th fl.iv "f I-', .
    sincerely
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    appreciat I": .\ i II I-!'.:;, at S'f, frt |f- l I
    Mrs. Howe states that the plastickey the kindness and i '. .untv., Flt.rnla I .4
    A QUANTITY OF ALCOHOL (This is the second of II irritl of articles on civil J/,..", toted on :kt >. .,',. .. .' / pledged suppoi ..
    CONTAINED IN AN OUNCE OF.1' rings donated by the Beta Sigma CIPIDefmit" frtparti by the Federal Ctvil Defense Jministra: m ': "'0\ b, :'u rrdfrom -how',, to me 2 I I : New Shipment ii

    the Suferinlrnjrnl of Documents Government Printing Oft r, lV, Phi Chapter and BPW atiratied tI t- YUill'S.W. .
    OFBEER .
    WHISKEY OR A BOTTLE for ten (t"" ) 'I. circuit Court. Jlrl.dr.roJ C''WO' ...

    IS SUFFICIENT TO LOWER I much favorable comment on By MILLARD CALDWELL T t Billy > Jackson I'lnrliln: III Chiincfrj- I '" <4I

    .' Federal Civil Defense Administrator -I l III"J I mil)-, riaintiff. vs i .,
    THE ABILITY OF Tilt:: Bradford County Day when the 'PoliticalAnnouncements I II I l '..liv. I'I'11(1:1! : I

    DRIVER OR TilE PEDESTRIANTO II were.t'n out. Even if forewarned of war, our armed forces cannot I \otlre To Appmr.T. .. ." i : Plastic I: :

    USE THF STREET SAFELYNATIONAL ot prevent attack for there is no sure way of keeping I'h.itl... 11 I' ,, -
    Anyone desiring a picture e I
    SAFETY ('()(:X.CII. enemy planes from getting through! our defenses It-l n. I- I 1'111.i.n. .\ I'
    the Bradford exhibit Yon are her ,Is- H.I' -iiat
    County may
    .. I The enemy's first objective would be to upset the J ll".l.. I'UII.HI.i 'I., ,111:1111'1',, ,, :,. ,. f..r I l'i IM.I. .ui.l. -,"h| i .1 i iv I E1
    leave his order at the C "i (' 01 II. tlll .on.I.I", : ,.' ..iitr.'| ..f ,, l II, i ,, Draperies
    noulO.Goon NEWS- r -I" ., "" 11' 01'| r. |ii.- i I" =
    of the civilian well to ,
    efforts "l '
    war population, as as destroy : : III- .ffi., ,.f. t tilid ,. ..
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    Mi' riff -.n I I i \ i n i in.i iI. .I|
    J.SUAR1932.. fice. property and to kill and injure people. His aim would be to Puma 1 1--Mil.j.'m Al.i\i t.' Ill.-, |I.. ??.. lit ,I.' C.iuri anil.. i .111-, i".I \ i ,' ,i. ., i'I", I

    1..1 I.. .t-l x ,. ., ''I')n .1| x ..I,, all'\\.1, |
    ta..rrsssee p.rp.rpee --- ----------------------- make you quit, leave your jobs, desert your homes and start 1/:1\'/.' IIIL..f:: (f.uthfiillv Ii.. ,,ff;; ..... 111'hal'\tf., d1 l : :i,.,...l.., Milllllle ,,"", | ni pleailine: i.. I:. .i I'i! i 'I ,tn it.." : In The Follow in ALL I
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    Panic can take tremendous toll of lives "
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    panic n'V .ilnlit\' ,
    among you. .Itiripi; ; tilt fit -t t. 1 \ Patterns
    r'ti anil .-..il! I' f'\'H: "Ii 'l.i \' ,i-: dxl.nnu 1
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    Who medical I't'.lill--' ,.r i' .1. .
    to standstill.It t..l t. .ti'i-ui !' -
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    pays expensesOF i' It also can bring production a .. liaiiKt I I":-i 111.1'11'i i : I i.,1.-.1.I \ '. FI.'I.I p..4
    I" ".111' i t Mu- .iff.ui- ,,f .
    th.iff'
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    task of the civil defense .in.I, 'id i I t I In--.i i I Jr."i I Ih'.1 I "MIAMI""NASSAT"
    is the in 'i fur ui.l ill'lI.. rt l.tI! 'I'I.t. I
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    It is that farm fami- I mnw I t Ilit' i ]It ,1 K i.J 1 IL.I, "ill, II
    PERSONS INJURED WHILE HIDING( ; to organize and train millions of imperative Tin) \ .I. i 11,1fl.I :!liTi"'' ..f t Vi., \ .t."I ra t'.uirt ..r I I., t..l.; .ill.) i I il_n ..1.II .4
    Americans so that each one will be lies learn about biological warfare 'II ..t'if' i'..iint\ will' i I.' uriM'h' .II]'-I I ilii.: Ii : '|'.J ..tli..' ,, .t ill- u: iI ,.I
    IN : i .it' .
    YOUR |
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    prepared to render the best protective and how to watch for it. While .tJ r.i>... fiiI']\ -. '.". ,I'..,! I I.d11 II. "-i--.' .-.I", I'.I...-.1 i I.nii'l I.\ I.."I n' will I I- 1 "( ;OI..B FKKN""TAMPA" F.t1HItEilS'I'; : .\ \t I tp,4
    Insurance for medical payments can he made a part of : II' KKIHMSM: : : I .
    service at the moment it is you are pi' tecting your family and Tiiin.itire; !hall lie pulili-lieii)

    your protection under our Mutual Plan Automobile : needed. your livestock from infections and FOIt "iiiicii'i.. I c.-".n' It the w..k Brailf.H'l f.ir f. .il'-I Cniinty i-ito "-Tele-'IlliVevvtks s Al () Showt-r and \\ indo" I

    Liability Policy. Surprisingly low. Let us tell you : Your aim should be to accept your crops from infestations, you T.. th. \.I..r.r |t-ii1f.ril: I'.II-.M, t P! It'll "HOWDY DOODY"ttirtains in Matching;: :Sri-,

    more about it that training so that you will know are cooperating with the civil defense tl.iIiilit.1 'ini': :igiii I. for)!! i.ff.'iinir-:li..tif, !!: .ii'\s..'' IVi.lf If -" .1 i ..I':,1.1 till-, I'.", ''I I.i'. i'I-i", 1 V :... For the Children's Huuml'W) : Patterns .

    how to rescue the trapped and injured program. I'llllll'V'' ,|uil1-| .-! I.. tI,.- l ,fll.i. ,. 1." ;FFL.tT.: ...1\1.1 i: .\ J Tli .' 1 irirk i- ..
    J. 0. ( ) Insurance know how work with Frit" 1'\' M'iv i fi I .i>.siir.. x..ii; tli ..f tli.-. 'in' tut r.'ini
    Jerry Gay : to
    Agency There are ways of keeping I "ill il'fplv :11"1""I| | i I-' I, BM. 1'11.' T 1'\1', 1'1'''.' ,..,.\. : Special! Flash light Btrys. lOc ea. ::
    volunteer fire-fighting units know .1.
    anil if .1..1.
    disease from !spreading and of mil i,1'11111"1'1.' ; J : I- J 11In 1 I I p 4
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    how to panic and know "I| IH' t.I.-| :.m ___ .
    prevent .4 pp.4pp4
    116 N. Court St. Starke Phone 783; protecting our food and water -V -
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    limit' .....11.
    I Ti.vlreels r .nrt. Kieltlh ppIr
    1- ---------.J, how to perform any of the specific supplies. Civil defense working 11111"11"| .'.ff'.'" Sin. t-r..Iv I elal Clreuil llf F.rl.la. In \ ,,,I l'..i p4 KSl( IlvK: SHOE POLISH0\\ A \. .\11.\ BI.I'! I M i :
    duties of civil defense particularlythose T i ) < 'la\'I"1 I I'rawfonlI'Olt ,
    with existing health agencies and llrinlf"r.| Oiinly: In I'lianem
    1)111'I \ :: IJI''S) ( IN SIX; IMU |I.\H| COLORS> : ...
    have indicate.!, in your I : I-: "'n. Plaintiff:
    you physicians, attends to that job. fOfVTV 'c'n"'IiIO\ 1.11"r.' l K.IS.UI: IieftniliiiiiOrdrr pp.4

    training that you are best qualifiedto We should! be prepared to cope I I..r.I.l UI,' ".TUirT. ,.,.y.. "TIIIIKK"V I .1 ." Th..Aa4 X I'll Notirr' ,'' T'Tpltrnr. s-. ::

    do.There with poijif.n gait's.: And Wl' ran f.n' 'titi i' ., ,, .11.I '' ..", T.. .Ii T. J
    are ways to save thousands ', i < I _"I.,.. I Ii ; I l
    be, for ihere are good defenses! tri.' Tin i--1''i i f h i \'I"V '
    of people from the effectsof tin,1'" f ii!I. \ .- . ,.. "If ., -, I ,
    FOR RENT 2 apartments on A"TP.1'': n. wI Iv ,I..";. x .. blast radioactivity and heat against them There are wajs Fb'i I- .i' "i. "1"" i." ..' V .. \ .11 II.i ',. IIIDOCKY'SL:11.
    of sharply reducing loses from 1 I- I. -
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    m h..t II'| tut n- t ii i I' > i i il : .1. .i.t. I \\ ill I r. 'i.,1. \ ; : :
    Kingsley: Lake one 1-bedroom apt .\l;>.i--" ,n-i .' i 'I.II-K: -,. < from the atomic bomb. There are :gas:: attacks, and civil deftnsepro'ide I 1""f xx In )Ii i I i ,I'. .... i 'ir. t' I'.uii'i? i .... i I"' :

    & one 2-bedroom apt Both electrically !I" V .J! Tli n i: 4- !II.n' ways to take shelter to rescue the best answers. ins. tli-tri.' .t i"..il 'I h., .. ". xI ." .:,- I-, '1 .I' %.1 I 1 >.,' M t i I.u .\.
    equipped. C H. NasWOrthy. \ 4t.) I 1"1"I IFur. i the trapped and injured and :I > "." V..Ie ::1 ui.l' |"'i > II .' '' \ <4
    Civil ih nse services are or- ]P' > 1.1''fell . P.VVVVVTVVVVVVVVVVVVTVVVVVTVVVVVTVVVVVVVYVVVVVVVV4
    2tchg-3 7 ii-\T Tu ... ways to cut Cre loses to a mini .1 MAI IMiT: i : I i-U 'I i-: -. I J" &AAALIA1 A ...AAA A AA A A A A* &&&a.H011r .
    .11. f'lIn-L. "1 to in from I
    ganized jring help outside -
    .1111"111"111') ,,..r.t.I.l-, I I., .1..1.N.'rg mum. Organized mil defense
    .\1.\I.t\: I.ttranohert \ '' ''' .. 'I'."' ". Ii'.tI. ..l..i ; ii ".II'J.' :' an do those things. and to get a stricken city 1.0,1 nilT\ C O'I1II1SI0In11I"lItlt"I' :
    ami well-routed. I III I.. I I" I.itit- I'h. .n,1 la\\ n. $1/1.$1/ ;; .\ back into working order in the TIIKKK
    Inch *5 fur $2. Also \large .lilui.m- "all St hri.la-... JIark..'. 1.11"; The atomic bomb is too expen- I I 10'1'.10alll""n.. | tmi' .111.1 .1 .
    InK >lant !il"' It.fl 'mI"1 rlt.1 l' milt" I shortest possible time. It provide f..i, '"I'tiinmimiLr, linn, .
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    | 5r. $I earli all,1UI' sive to use! purp sely on a farm .
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    Camellia h..n.... \tItti Friltn at gal. Ir-. food, shelter and medical for I I II t I. I ThriS..iitli; Sl.nkti. -'ii
    | J.ti..iii.-Hs.| in t.- 12 I care I
    III, JflO 4'lu'h.IIEI.I'IIIIII. "artVn;;. Itr.u.k-ii.: .\pl". I community. However this relative I I t., I I. | i.-n.i, 'la'l t I I. I I'rim.irit--: i \l II lI ,
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    victims of attack. i" I. it .1.| I xx 'ill -..! \'>- in\ it.u \ -" '
    : : : : \z \1.1\: freedom from attack only adds to I ..
    <; tui>i\: A M HSIIIMI'nulinr : 'MXOKK SKWIXO Mai-lime\ foin- the responsibility of the people Defense Takes PlanningCivil ,.! '.nun' In tinliest. ". >. ..it". you call comparecars
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    Knrlrlim. Kin.FOI will repair ).ur marhin.. in tip' who live in such areas. Civilians defense takes planning organization |\1"1., in st \ .. ., ,' ,. i....t. .
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    top condition. r.-ason.il.l. \\ away from the target area will be : and a lot of hard work. ,-, .
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    brand; .\I.E .f ; I -itoii: .. .K.isf. i.ike Our use only genii iii.- SinKi-r p.i'ts t I better able, mentally and physically There are jobs for you. Find out i ii; \ ii"1 : ..Ih'1 I MIl
    11"1"1' n inl.l.'ii .serxi.v.ITS I\ will; I'k, up amidelivery
    Konxonal.lv. |.i'.i-.) II .I I K..M.Ilit. ....1| \i.,... upon i.ii.-t| to cope with situations of where you can serve your family l .. value !

    I. 1t..\ l .'t.11 Si.nkf, 1 111'| New:: Sinir.T. .. 'mat liitii. ... ir._. a- .1 : disaster. your community and yourself the I I I.. 't t-'UH I III .HIM.TsM'. .11' 'I.:* 'tllf I T illll.jlllge

    A\UTXK.\T Foil: lK\'T: ...." alile mi .t"It.t |1.1.| t.t "m Farm People EquippedWith bet Then volunteer for the work I .if.I 'il' it.- f..r I th.!. '''. .' 1 1' .. \ Nh.sr ,

    MTeenetl |ti..r.li. l-'nui.l.iii. .. .WWTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.M cars. trucks and tractors you are best suited to do. of r.riilf.ti.l. -x jt.j-! .
    ... .. I" til- will .f II, x f. T 'I!1I"
    stove. .nll.I..I..1f..rnih..1.1cated I.. : A: TTItESSES available, farm people are well Civil defense cannot protect I l.-lllll.'V.ltH, ,, l'l'i.\. .f! Mix : J JI
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    within their reach. Mobile i will thousands of .. ,
    support save livesmaybe <| .lllflf-, T'l.. f" .1 ;Jl '- l

    \VAXTii*'I .11'T r.-< i- ri'V-.Small Mu-l ha\fuin.' I.thnn 'HIIn ..TEn) rescue and evacuation work I your life or the life of someone I promise fair :ami ""IIII'j[ ,. ... r.. i
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    ttmiil u.iler anil ilei. ti leitvavailalilr are phases of civil defense that dear to you. iI
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    :3V. Mis hart I i-mi. |ilinne(1111' I ,,'/I.t'.t'U'1" I Jj rural folk are especially qualified I (The next article will discuss -T .1 AI.I'KI'.M! : I

    to do. To do of them without
    "" any what would happen if an A-bomb .O-I--1:
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    KOIl IlKXT\ \Kurnis-lieil) In-ill ,...,H fr ;;:.. 1. confusion and delay you must be I fell\ on your city without civil i TH the \itlel- .,"01 I... xn.ll: ,
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    FOP five la'IIT-\'nfll..lli..h..1:: limis, liefiii'.tjeI ]Revival In Progress I the men' ftllouship, and will bnotified ii' Mav of I 'I.",;. and that stir i "'' .'
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    i- IIK I hail $::.t per inoiiili ::0111'11I ;ff 1I.sl'I"tI.TTHtoS; : ot aaIled meeting !n ,i nil, supirt is hereby eurnt--' '
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    Si.in.I i'l'I i AAAA.AAAALAAAAAAAAAAAA IHolm' i r sinii.ill pastor oi I j j'if On Sund.iv March 2. Chaplain t \ .iu. li.i- II Hi.. p.i-t x fX --. -. -- ,
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    Starkr. $:SO j "-1' month. :>. ..11'1\1" | I'" II 1 I' : .g -, ..', ,I' ''I", lnv suui'l.i\'. to our church Blood of Oui Covenant In ad : @t,
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    \ni nffis; at oraiiKe Stand 'I 1 I'l \ ditior. to the central place which
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    .in I 11'1 i I II II t jieate.st: i'\nnpelist- the age. the subject holds in Chnstiai 4

    1:11:1.: : : I ; \ 1:1:1-1:1:1: : : : : : \1'1'1::' --I I theology. the sermon will alsc .
    anuiel Jordan White of
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    I I'UK 1: -\I.E-1I fl. Srrvel ja' (:. I M' '. 'il.il! U 1 1'1'I"! 1 : : .-, |-11.-i Tampa. I I
    ; ,Mc.-rator. large Unper tia'; l.t ng.'. ...1 l s.-: tl j'v.: .in't I IIJADIOS I II le will keep you spdi bound during call attention to the urgent need 4 4 ElGIN

    .\111"11111101 i' K.tl. Ks i.' h eiinilunatioii..t water 11..11"1.i 'Ttu'i hniKi I 10.. I tlt ..n., :'1.\\ :..- '.. I his message. Hear a man of blood for the I* S Armed l 4

    lime ami di.-h WI\' lni ill i" 'ivho has memorized the entire Services and to the ".shamefu! 4

    ,tlent loiulitiun ,'all I.. -.n lal'\lmm lack of blood .
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    .u t -I: Westmoreland.. ph,,'''' ?'j'1! .1. \11 '1.1. \II 'I..rl. >>Testament and can quote any ixitturn \ WATCHES
    Mi- .1 T M.M.rt- _HP ..............hl.. rhnri-* c lin rn n IrrriII I[ of It. You will truly miss plasma for he wounded and dying
    <' \ *. r. MIKIMIKIMI: if veterans oi the K01 Can battlefields 4 1)O11."U'I
    th,- greatest treat of life
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    plants. o 1 lb Keise> tlrana1. von miss hearing Bl'ntht'rVhite.. I ..

    sn.rk.. _:i U' -" I) WEfll11GD! nIP.TIIPA'P' He ,i- inspiring' uplifting and dy- : 11t lull lads and freeproof.you've
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    up taken at iMhniet namir." the said. | LIsT BEDROOMITII : *- ;, ; you
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    P.ible school 10 a m Plan to | 5 I been lookin"I .
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    ItI. attend and! hrma the whoU> family
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    w ith w ..il I f'.iini'J: : \ Personhaving extra bedroom* *'i
    \ Aim.amp'" poiihtv i."., -. \ Pray i"r th- leviva1.! the pa-tor 4 4i .
    ,'tll l! t KKXT Xtll 'tftue. fleall ..tputxiit which can be rented to overnight \ '; '.1:11 .
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    In. 1"1'I, I ini'-" .< -x tourists are asked to register: them '\1 here other I .iou"soM" .
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    1'11""I' MI or Mrs. V.ll-.. if! K i.. w son .\1 I..t t\ -. .i M i (rk ..' i at once with the Chamb of Comm : Anniversaries ) \\C' o'i\ 4' .\ OU prou f. than even CiTuvtin:; I I..M!. .; .
    i-ian: 'oiV M.\disoii St.irU Chaplain Shepherd ,
    'E \ rce Due to the unusallIan'" :: voull *' I I'
    First of ( oiirse want -
    wt-'ll be slafl
    I : SIp bv s-- }Il. : toijive
    number of tourists m -he state at / : GraduatiorI .. of thii hinew I Dtxl;;* -
    \\1" tlu : 'r\\ uirt: n\ ''-'1'.. u.-t Announces Topics I ,it! the ShOw and luxurious mtt-nor :
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    $'.).9);:) HAHY CHICKS $9.95; I nil i ...... leciil .I..h..i..ii.. e.nnr- the present time local moMs ''uv- I nipv free D.x.te "Sliow 0< *.n" !,. ">-. ':; U< f '}o.-1'tack' .
    make ;
    reel I I. r\r4'iilrtl furnis \* I'. Birthdays : Duw Ixjiikl.-t thit, 1..1p"0'1 ,1.' .
    *rr For Presbyterians hotels have been full and V-. ." "
    1 turitingaway ui:i .
    \ r .hoi. i.-St>\.>.! or as Itatohl Viuilh. .la. UKI: I'. Call s,.. nlshtJos. 1 Cdl-\'. ue companion- ijuiikly, .mp.ir.-orL '
    I ;:11. ;*nt.'etl for 14 days under : r.:. ( nil .t. h..ne 'J ((2.: many people 11 ia\ehng: inulv Make iii:!: Imn'lr.ih ,itI!| --J..l.r!! '1 'f.' "

    I I", .p.-r; .'..nd"; 1.nArbor Ai'rvs HIM :2 I.".' nalLIll[> \1.- she \ Shepherd willbt' ': through here m the past wk l; : convenientlv p onv int e\tra >.iti.t.i-, ti it, I h, ""' t' L' '- Iud' .
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    I Hamr I 'htr->. Indian River Crai-s. .1-1 tt .1 Llarto. A list of rooms and rales.ul' leisure! 5"0'd !:;. 'C : '" .' M" C'P1
    U.irrrd I r.niKWhit Wyan- I pants. >.\titlN: : dniiir.irt't; ,. tenan (Chun!i next Sunday. F.ir> H i : See Our : .
    ti.tt"t. IS I. IId"< and Wh't: .kli.iki. I'.nnir t.. lii.i.lf.-il! : t' ..1iii'fsr be filed with all court operator* 0vlI
    24. tho 11 o'clock morning serv
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    I.ihurn"!: I 1\ T..I'a"ph .'f I and restaurants as soon athf. : II'SJOH'JSPLA } '
    i 11't'It'mh''I': nl 1 friends are invited '
    owner leaves his name and phoiij 4 DO.l
    TilE BEST AS HATCHED 1: !iv I.\KI- i-.rTi.Ki-I..IK. to this and the other regularservices I 4 rrjlfJIrt/r)2
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    :i \ :ra.'. I'.u' 95 Ii"\ I': ='.11.11.. .. Mi.'h MP : 1 1Fi Shepherd will speak on the sub- Anyone who wishes to voluntee :14 NOW ON DISPLAY I ---- .

    H. .\\ Y Ml\i-il per tii 9 *",'. I 1 i ject. "A Defense Against Medi- : to stay in the Chamber of Commerce I Terms Arranged
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    ,1.I now from .\ i.e l.an.t K KKXT:: Vrri'Ullfortal'l" *' II- ,
    I irfte-t llat h... Vi room hoii'- with ele..tru-al :\1'- ocnty" I office from 6 p.m. to S p m' I 15

    -"t.: \i MHIYKsiui': : Thomas ulian.fat, phone K"It.I.Ik"I It I :: 2tp \:i 2V.1! I,I The Presbyterian Session announces : for the next month will greatly b<: I r E J. P. Roberts Motors

    i n. that plans are being made : appreciated in order to assist thesi 1GEM JEWEUfl\ )!

    \vxTFLiIS! man full tirir. ,' for a meeting of the! Presbyterian
    DIXIE II.TCIIEIUEHOI atx>\e M hool ...g..PI'I>' In j'I i visitors to find sleeping room
    r-1 Men of the Church a local Churclmen's STARKE FLA. Phone 69
    : Se.".nd .\\'e.. No. on at I.oxetif let j Starke. Fla. : Temple Ave. ,
    Birmingham.a: organization. Approximately --Mrs. (arian Howe 4 :

    I ,''II"1:: i: SAI.K.. 'i.-\t i... the ,aw I I fifty men are candidates f.I- Exe..UiSo'l'rt't' y 4 -_ -_ ____ _
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    Guard Unit Enlists I Be Sure To Buy Your Girl Scout .y i n, front of his h.>u-e fran fkra' (' \1:11411: I III \\1\: ,

    Soil Conservation Supervisors Make The Life And Times p atch
    Twelve New Men I \\"' :i :. ,
    Cookies This And Of New The rel'en rains have .swollen. ...... iI" r II
    Friday SaturdayTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT River Folks .
    In Current Drive i iT'I. ur river to each end of the ')n i u: >1 II .

    Annual Report Of District Activities I B.*' Jessie ice LazenDj i Will MrL, R Lazei.lKiannapoh ;"' '
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    pany has enlisted or re-.nlIstt.i! I ?ut take recipe ant: 1 I pIiT:< \ t Kr-! .

    V. R Ferguson. chairman of] Inc Distrn i oopt'! itcii-;. 79 e<' t tnf 1'.... 12 men duiing the statewide: rCruiting <', t t Th. U'lib-'rt Mannvi' I hiidr't I",nine here Hope ( 1 :inj 1 1f IIi '. ," I

    tne Board of Supervisors ot the pennant pasture have been drive which began 111 i I'' ': i ), ill were visiting Agn.'s, par: f.f I' 'he paper ne\ .\ -% 'i\ !i : -

    , Bradford Soil Conservation District planted and HI acres unproved; Jan. 15 and ended Feb. 1"; Don ild 1 .. (/r: mit To ::tM: and Mrs Lester Johns I It utvone kll..l i ten :. i .

    326 have been under R. Prevatt enlisted lost week t, I I ', \'
    has just made public a acres put s !tdey I IlItIlUe I'(Jr1ngp.lse'! gut .' "
    dozen for .h., 1 I.., i''! I ,.... .
    narrative lepor of the supervisors woodland protection and 42 acre make it an even \1 Jor- t.: 1 i l.h'erv I H:uki Shiver of Gi.neMiIh-. I

    for the calendar year 1951. have been put under woodland unit and bringing th. tmid!.: : ; i r, :: !led ihur i: f 1t1,1.tn i ; Sun: i\ ?I'"[pill'! the[ !nijht! her-] re.'erty! il. 'q 1 1.11' .

    The report which contains much management. The influence of strength of the company '" .j';I> 3 I L tut\ 'uit""n!n I, rand i :'r>nol 1 1I I "unl 'T." .\ 1.,1 I 'j 1 '>\it.t .., .:. ,

    information of interest, 1= as folLows this work done bylthe: cooperators, | listed men and 10 officer 1 : I II I 1-,i, n-onviUV a':.,1 I"1MiP.a.\ .' r.tamed : '!! 'f'"- 1: : ; 'i ,''d' I:,- 1;. .

    : no doubt. has spread out hundreds Co. E.. 124th Infantry His : <1' '. I II "> the PledgeJ ':: : :..' : .'
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    The Hradford Soil Conservation of acres owned by iion-coopeiators leading the, other uin'- ,'. 1 Rd I i-i ivy Sun,i lav i". rn'u., I I I., I :

    !Jitiu is composed of all lands The Soil Conservation Service i iXmsery ,,I part of the state having ,..:. 1 .Ill'! Shi. "r ini i.- -' Mi- d, i.- t t'; .. :".' "" \ .. .

    within Bradford county. It has furnished the District 30 men during the pa-' '',' 1 > i :Meiritt o f < ; u!.. >'. : :. 1-t' ',l f -: .

    I uas Unix organized inlay 1950; hy the I| with 123; pounds of certified early I'The individual v. ,, on I ..' II.i: ml Xt M I ., I i't: : i : :.::.' !.

    of Bradford county tc hairy indigo 125 bushels of Coastal most men for t t'i!' !xh I I" 1Fla I i :MiIda i- it'v i'; i',' ..I'
    limit-is k
    a means of solving their Bermuda grass stolons and 25:: ( Par.t111, \ t u.!., .1 ah '" w AI.uum. <'i i, !-i' a: H .:i : i:

    .pioude 1111! and water conservation. probhnis [! pounds of Argentine Bahia grass !i trip Wdshirgti., I I' t' ;. >- irrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr ; I I Char! .. td, ,1 1-1: ,,--' .1 ..' i'itixiollslv
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    f A board of'up"rnsors. ', seed. This has been planted in Recent piom-t : in t : ._ .J I .'. i'. iiI' H':'.
    cooperatively
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    consisting of George I the district for the future use of : unit were: 1 K::01111'1 i \ t'I'i 1. t i'' l I li"J! I.f! :1.!' 'i' II; .' .oj

    I :Flynn- Leon Conner, V. R. Fer- district cooperators. Richard L. Cio-bv: .11/'t'I'1.| \ I' .- really _".i!._ v). : '. rl ... -

    Clyde Cone and Dan Star The Sate has assisted by provid-- Warren and John
    Kti-on elected to direct the ac- I I ing a fund of $1.693 to the District promoted to corporal! from ;1'1'\t : n(. GENEVA STATE FARM '!. '::1.],.e !last Wi i'k, :L
    inn was LAKE
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    f nvities at that time. George Flynn for the purchase of equipment first cla-s John L GnttiL-'n: I1( !inpsev aii'i :Mi,1 :- t.p I;. ATTENTION CANDIDATESOFFICIAL

    t the Board and This equipment is being' B Hughes, Jason E. Norman Bub .,iiiu'-ville .11'., 1.1 '. .
    has resigned from I 1 11': o'l!I ra'lation : .
    Wlutheld
    '' V. Rosier, John T Stii-MilI l'IMani In- ( !1nnin halll 15"Mrs: Bryan
    rented to district in by
    J. Wainwnght was elected tc cooperators I I upon the art .\ II\ ,,: the:'

    replace him. The present officers carrying out then conservation ,' and Lemuel S William- were AAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAA1 AA.1i AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiiniiiiiinin second daughter I
    plans. The following tquipment: promoted to private fir"I' claw loe and
    Chairman Felton
    I are: V. U Ferguson.: I andE (lull }lettinguttn'uttn Monv C?"u I
    \ and MiK I: Fors\ihe POLITICALANNOUNCEMENT
    ViceChairmanand has been purchased with this fund: from private E-2. Gibson: Maurice Brannen. I!
    Wainwnght Harold
    J R ONealpnt the. past week in Tiiidaatt> of last week
    one cultipackcr one fertilizer distributor Shiver
    I T K. McClane County Agri A Regimental and Battalion Miami. the Forsythes visiting Mrs J. G Caldwell and Mr- J, C.'allilU' and Gene Southerland are ,

    cultural Agent who. serves as one pasture Chopper: one : Staff Assembly wax conductedby Walter, and family : \\ were hostesses at a pro- working in Augusta, Ga. anc" CARDSWill
    \ the grain drill and one rotary mower their stln. Aiken. S. C.
    secretary and treasurer of the 12 Hh Inf. Regiment. Feb. while :Mi O' 'eal dill some fishing I gram meeting of the Community in the A-bomb plants i i
    The District has entered into a
    with I Mr. and
    Board. Through cooperation 16-17, at Blanding. Maj of Mrs Harold Shiver of,
    Camp Mi O'Neal has recently retired I Club Graceful arrangements
    be
    memorandum with the State Came in-4'rled in
    each
    I the Soil Conservation Service, the T. K. McClane. Jr.. Battalion Executive from the B & 0 Railroad and expect i redbud proclaimed the advent of I Gainesville were weekend guest Now io..ut of the Telegraph tmn
    and Fresh Water Fi-h Commission Until
    the
    of i First
    I District has had the assistance of the District will bt Office and Lt. Mack S. > to make his home here. Spring and adoi ned the Caldwell! the Bud Moodvs |:1 Primary Election May (6. il t ihi
    Conservationist George A. Brown whereby i Futcli Battalion Communication- The I The Brooker road is all hard-sur following rate :
    Mr and Mrs E. L. Howerton of home for the occasion. piece
    furnished seed and to br
    cuttings
    during the year of 1951. i Officer, attended from Starke Bowling Green Ky. are guest de resistance among the decorations faced now and slag i-. being put I
    used by cooperators to plant for
    There are approximately 854 I wildlife feed. Such schools' are conducted periodically I of Mrs Ida M Gentry and daughter was the dining rOOm tableThe on to Surely shortens the durance NOT OVER ;WOKDS IX LENGTH; 12.-,0:

    farms in the county occupying 46 for Regimental and Bat led of a satin undercover Gainesville I
    ; Lillian Mi H<>werton is a .
    The Board of Supervisors is con
    per cent of the total area of tinuing to pusi: toward the goal of talion staff officers. retired mail carrier and he and gleamed through a white linen Nettie Moody is rejoicing overa FROM: 60 TO SO WOKDS IN LENGTH IJi.OO:) )

    187.520:) acres The average size decided to make cloth that v.alavislih embellished new gas range. She's .
    his wife have an excellent
    proper land use for every acre of FROM SO TO 100 WORDS
    farm is about 100 acres. Of the land in the disinct! with the hop : The unit is currently training then home here with Irish crochet and the centerpiece cook anyway and keeps :W IN LiNTII(; 1 I7.tl:

    I land in farms, the 1915 census that the fuming will show e in the operation and maintenanceof Mrs Ida Gentry and daughter was a cornucopia holding many nice. things in the freezer.
    year
    classed 22,275 acres as cropland. I the carbine" and the M-l in with ThLs Card Will Carn Your1t.'s1:
    marked increase in the con-erva. accompanied by their guebtthe red blossoms, all in keeping Russell Green was loading a big I e To The \ nuiEach s -

    There are about 6500 acres of Improved tion practices carried out on the preparation for range firing to beheld Howertons. attended a reunion the Valentine motif. A brief busi- truck with young tender greens ''i Week from Xow Until Election

    pastures in the county. Approximately farms in this dustrut at Camp Blanding beginningin Sunday at the home of Mr. and ness session was directed by the Monday afternoon. There were'i !

    one.fourth of the March The unit will spend Mrs. H J. Kucera. At other
    Mis R Jacksonville president trucks
    J. Grey in waiting outside the PLACE '
    county is owned by corporations ; three weekends at Blanding between Mr Grey is a niece of Mrs Gentry the social hour Mrs Herbert field i ready to roll when loadedMi I YOL'll ( ..1RIN011'TO

    whose primary interest is the pro' Small Slaughterers now and July when the | Thomas gave a reading on the -. M S. Hayes of Ganesville I GET FULL EXEFIT OF RATENOTE
    duction of timber. Guardsmen will leave for summer] I
    May Operate Mis Emma Lamoreaux and! j attended services at Long
    Bridge .
    such as strawberries McClellan, I
    Fort
    Truck crops field training at tine Day and in a Name the '
    Under Old Rules MrDelma Glisson spent last Sunday and visited her sister Mrs e
    sweet corn. Irish potatoesand Aid. Flower" contest Mrs Caldwellwas | Rhoda
    week Mrs Glisson DowlingI
    in Tampa.
    : beans are the most importantcash I the winner of a unique candy
    scale ? visited her father E Gnann whc I Joe "
    i Small meat slaughterer I Lazenby made his
    crops. Bright leaf tobacco I'.ti iil: : MIOI'LD( UVIsKi : Rt Refreshments consisted weekly
    Under the
    nose-gay
    have been advised that certain IS in a hospital there His many i visit home from ; new Florida Election 'ode Ml Pole
    Jacksonville
    also grown and is an importantcash :idiir; coon; ncs; ri:KI.ITTKlt. -andwiches. and heartshaped I
    General farm cropsfoi !' regulations imposed by the State <;OisrVTKs: : friends i will be happy K> learn I and gave me the pleasure of sewing tiraldu'rti.inz And PfintinllTST:\ he Atithorimi
    crop. cakes with coffee and the party '
    live stuck feed occupies the Livestock Sanitary Board have I I that his condition has impioved.Mrs I I' napkins symbolized St. Valentine. his new insignia on his uniform And Paid For by The Candidate's Campaign Treasum

    largest portion! of the crop land been relaxed and that they may To make a good profit from I I T M. Fmle\ and daughter signifying that he has "made' IN ADVANCE) at the time of J placing I. order
    Collins
    Guests Mrs. M J.
    each year The return from the continue. their operations just aFtht'y swine, a farmer must raise an, Martha Sue attended the were I Ordinance.

    sale of cattle and hogs annually I have in the patRep average of eight good pins per litter "Forty & Ei ht" open house in who with Mr Collins recently moved i I Fonnie Crews: has been havinga

    I Doyle K Conner. who attended Dr Oliver F. Goen" of the University Gainesville Thursday night. 10 the Farm. and Mrs.J.. n.CaMwtn 1
    than the return time with .
    amounts! to more a cow on t u- "lift PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT
    from all of the cash crops combined the recent meeting in of Florida Agricultural Extension Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hamn: The next Club meeting He has to get all the neighbor

    Tampa at which the retraction Service believes amid daughtei! Shulene spent Sun uill be held at the home of Mrs help him) lift her up when -hi. get

    Indigo and blue lupne! are both action was taken bthe board! |! "When the average number of daand Monday in JackonvillcMi L F Chapman on February 26. down keel! \1'\011" 0111"1'11', .

    grown: for soil im 'fowment. explained that the 19.11 Legislature -. pigs raised to market size is less and Mrs T. M Finley an!1 i I P.ridge! Hub :Alerting hl'l'III'! .P pet.! ,I" 1 !h 1o' tl1 ii- .

    Crotalaria and indigo arc grown authorized the board to setup than eight" the animal husbandman Mrs V Xovotiu attended the The Valentine theme was beautifully "s\\ uii: ?' t ,.j I h..I..: II II: Bradford County Telegraph

    fur sumaier legumes Various certain regulations concerning ; explained "the farmer is; not Eastern; Star dedication ol(; carried out when Mi- Den I, her n'" "'1 I .' ." ::0' i ....

    legumes such as cow peas, velvet I I inspection; etc As prepared by'making as mui'h profit as he''I "Signet l in Starke Monday night. i ins Fancher entertained the Stale 011 t Ih. i" ,,, ''' .I .

    beans and peanuts are frequently the bll ard however, the regular 1! should from his enterpiW\ The I The oM' 'monwas, very imprssive ', .t Farm Bridge Club at her hum. I Auhrev,) \\ "I It 1_ ,r ...: I'' ,. -- -- :- -- ---. -- '_ --- --. : _i -- -_ :_:j'

    grown with corn and are grazed!1! nuns were of such nature that j i state average has been" about 5 1-2 I and beautiful A large crowd I I'' Thursday afternoon of last week <

    l,y livestock. This practice is an they imposed an undue hardship ,I pies per litter, which means that attended from different chapters. ,: Upon arrival the guests were served I -- -' -- -- --- -

    Ion the small slaughterer and were all farmers should make strong .-- .. --r---{
    soil decorated indixid -- .
    aid in maintaining fertility.Const'l'vaUon aitiMicallv -
    I _._,,__.___ ._ -
    t threatening: to put him out of! efforts to reduce losses so they I ,
    problems of importance ?Wife Of Local Man ual cakes and cofWat 'the <'at I d!
    '
    with which the Districtis busip.esConner, -aid I will make more money and also tables that wen covered with j,.i..

    concerned areM: >I! depletion\ Following widespread protest \ produce more much-needed meat Dies In Carolina \ Valentine cloths with places marked UNLAFE1r
    ifor nation." IT
    land use. pasture improvement | from small slaughterers all over the by matching/: napkins; and piet' IS
    :I Dr Sandra H. M Leod 3S.
    I While losses" occur over theyear. < wifi< of
    c''osion !iwmd and water), water 1 pig ty valentine'aes azaleas
    ] i the state. a meeting in Tampa of Albeit Gf fuse: of .
    StarkeIn '
    | was called at which it was decided heavA Florida'? 'il in a F'aYI.tlt"\'il1t" X C. hos :
    mauagrmeut. I particularly the beaut\ of the setting Scorewere ,
    to discard the new regulations farrowed peal Jan 26.SUI''I'UI'S .
    Duringthe past year Mr, !pting pigerop is now being kept on appropriate talliesrt

    Brown has assisted 14 district t until the 19)3 Legi-latne: session Dr. Goen offered these suggestions are her husband am and when added attractive scat-

    cooperators in developing soil 1 at which time a new code may be for reducing mortality two children C. H. and W J.: he r.tei' pins wire awarded to Mrs For Any Person Persons

    and water conservation plans, lev'l.sedAdding among young animals: mother Mrs Bertha McLeod? o,f I| p.D.. Fa:., her and to Mrs. J. G or to Engage in
    ,
    Provide dean farrowing houseor Lumberton N. C.. and
    Thirty-five additional farmers s a her brothel I Godwin as respective winnei-- of|I IU
    pen with guard rails The guardrails I Rev B. B. McLeod of Win-to' high and bingo prizes Mrs E. D i'
    assistamv and 1
    have requested
    : :\Iu'hinN t and I'ortahlt will protect piss from crushing Salem. N. C Business Under
    A
    Williams II. | Fictitious
    was
    land capability maps haw been\ Typewriters I old on time.-Krul.. : guest player. Name Unless

    completed for 23 of these farms" ford County Telegraph.11UAAIAIAAAlAAAAAlaLAltlL. by the sow. Her father, B A. McLeod 7
    c> nsistmg of 7 106 at reVithii l I Watili theo\\ 'not l b,> ie.id\ t<. followed her in death by one da,'. R P. McLendon and her sons.

    I Jan 2;. and dual burial service s Spankv and Tommv accompanied

    AA AAA1111AAA1A1AAAAA1A . .j. wen, held in the Hill Cemiteiv H.. _. __ .". The Name Is Registered
    --- ----------------------- Hope ir and Nis' B. iL.ogOUI Otlaikonville

    .4 : I near Lumberton on Jan. 29. to Tampa where they ,

    Th. above information was contain were guests of Mr and Mrs Rudy I .

    Model 14 MAGIC CHEF ,'d in a letter to the Telegraph McDonell while attending the Fair -'I iii

    1 4 from MI Kru-e who has been atFort and] GapanllaMis .

    4 t Bragg. N' C.. but whose new Emma Ruth Robertson

    j address& iAlb<'rt G Knise Hq who
    is a student at Central Bust

    .4I :: )05 Airborne Inn Reg.. Agressor ness College in Gainesville wa Read This Florida
    Forces ,' Law"It
    "Exec Ise LOII holll", Ft. at home with her parents. Mi
    H od. Texas
    : "
    and Mrs M J Collin. from Thursday -
    f1 I GAS until shall he unlawful!
    I Sunday for nv
    i Ju.r.ur person.. as defined herein to
    ,
    Range 135.00 ADDRESSESOF MI. and :\fl'-. P D Fancher le engage: in business :as herein defined, under a fictitious
    INTEREST turned Tuesday of last week from without name as herein defined
    and unless said
    fictitious
    < O I Tampa where they visited Mr. and name shall he registered with the
    : Mrs E"malynIalh: 'ws. Box Charles Cloversctile and attended count w here the principal place of business.

    1 20 GAL. ..4. O, ah Fla the Fair and Gaspaulla i is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid
    II '__ festivities an affidavit -

    I Completelyutomatit..' : Foul !II) Manning. thanae from -En route from !signed by all interested person.;;. stating under oath the names of
    her home in
    4 WATER : St :Mm r' :a to King land. Ga. all those interested in the business
    4 i Washington. D. C. to St. Petersburg I enterpriseIll extent of the in

    l I I Ii \\. Mrs. Clarence Goodwin ten>t of each and the fictitious
    i Heater 79.00 II laves. tS53003328. Nt was name under which said business c is carried
    .4 I -
    4 t: nay.Del't. I* S. Army Hosp Ft. the guest of Mr and Mrs. W N. on. Said registration may not he made until the
    person or
    4 t Campbell K\ [ North for several days during the persons desirinir:
    to
    in
    business
    <4 past week. l: encase under a fictitious( .; name shall have advertised
    his
    4 I : Flank Hilhai.l 12M Sheffield I I }I Their intention to register said fictitious. or
    4 Mrs. P. S. Crews ; name at least
    > 8p'nt Thursday: once a week for four
    4 \\ Oikland, ('ahf.j I
    i I night and Friday with Mi and ((4)) consecutive week* in .some
    !
    newspaper as defined!
    by law in the
    214.00III j \\ If -mith..1 hange fromfnn Mr-. Spencer Crews in Ln' Oak I where said registration is to be made and county
    said
    M '..II 347V 81. registration i shall not be
    r.t<> Ashley At last
    !
    noon Tuesday MI -. In accepted by the clerk of the circuit
    t. I It, k.:1." ': .'. Fl:> court except
    upon
    < I I man Green of Staike and MiW receiving proof of
    I such publication.
    4 Plus Old Range \ \,I u; Stimgtellow were dinner gue-tfcj: I I

    your I ot Mi I and Mis George Manassa :
    4
    4 in Gfen ('ove SpnngsMi .
    4 : nroude help for her ir caSe of If are engaged in business
    4 and Mrs Alvin San.monm you under
    4 This beautiful, j-i-walh i pI' iced Magic t ,tiff K ult\' at farrowing Lawrenceville any name
    A1JO\K HALANCi: Ga. wel't1. ,
    : I \Vashing the sow'- udder before
    : toi 3 of Mrs J. B Treadwtll and
    : Chef range brings you top perform- P.\Y.\HLE pp.he I farrows will remove parasite I ,
    : that otherwise be invested nt Mi and MiJ M B'ddle.V! other than and have
    gss might had
    4 4 ance plue lung-lasting dep'n abil1ty. IX IS MONTHLY : by the suckling pigs Sunday. your own, not this name

    4 Provide clean land nut used f"rhog .1! Mr .J E FrelIhalid i PAYMENTS};
    4 It has so many exclusive feali-rv: t '
    4 for a year or more for theo 'Fieiiiii; Jr i.t Lad L.IK wf-rc

    : such as the Red Wheel oven }b 'a It j 'v' :and pies Vn oat oa-tuie" i.xcellent i i., Kunstof' :M'! and! :M--: BI:van properly advertised and registered we 'will be
    \\ hi'
    4 : fur this purpose. espe I !tieM Sundavf iglad

    .4 4 regulator the one-piece top bur,' Sec this and(1 other rally when .1 portable farrOw in P n. P:!i- o! M! and 1 \1'L :

    4 : h".11-.. I 1'USt'.1! !"'f.1.- >\ ill b. glad to kll"that
    units large fully insulated oxen to give all
    ,,, Information
    you
    ... Magic Chef Specials Pr >\" : male.t .1 and mineral for thov <> fullu'aur': \ ,
    '
    t event i
    4 Swing-Oue Broiler i rlll n: another major Upeld'I
    4 -, before and after farrowing I Hun in a Ja onville
    hospital
    4 4 *. Today j Castrate pigs to b? raised for r I* S \\ehun what should do.
    of
    Atlanta.
    : Ga i 12 you
    4 :: market when thev are two or thre, i
    4 i making all '\iendedta with hii
    >
    .4 t week old. as; there will be !less 9 i

    4 'oss of blood and pus;; w 11 r"4 '''''el r''' snnmIaldlld daughter!' and I I
    4 MrE I' I."ng During tie j A e-k
    4 CENTRAL FLORIDA more quickly than they vvouUh. f
    4 tid: Mr 0.1:': Mrs. Long al-u :..li: ,
    >\ 'n older Have all pigva
    4 Has| then L! ''i' st h'tl.- :\1.-- :Mar.. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
    4 : mated against cholera at .t h<'U't'
    AI.I. i.. of
    ug Start-
    4
    4 j eight weeks of age I 1 .

    4 GAS & APPLIANCE CO. : I Clip the sharp "i.eedle" tee'l hi Mr and MrU \ -Klani:! 1 !
    i
    4
    4 I earl s<'> the piss:: Hill not injuri eand I| tie.on- Hrt .1""j! 1-.,i Rich 1'1'tFrii

    .4 : the sow and each I.th..r |lard pent! the \t..Krt: :' Plan'

    4 4 -iT.\HKE. FLA. .1 j If i '>ld weather ri'... .-t-: nr <'," '' ej'ya. xu.; '. M. MrI. I
    i 119 YI VU. ST. : .
    4 i I warm shell.i">': hrr 4- '. -e F :M.--: \: M: : -- -- -- - ---- _,_,__ _._._

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    r.vr.E TK.V BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.EIIKAPH. STARK FLORIDA

    nun.\Y. nmuIa' "l"- '
    ,

    but mild winter. The sun is shining !! alln:iti. i.> -.f v.i; ,.] I'".,.,pi:.( II'.1' Notice To .\ ""..".. hold. and aid F\m 11'111 -
    .r : : : I ..
    'b. tak. n l i" > "lIf. "rd 1 I.y "u -V-j.l |I.V \ II
    T"f'
    : E\"n".I\: "
    warm. digger down i. 4",2 :> .th II a publ'c u hat np at '* "t 1 A M. '
    is in the yard. Thin., "t -h t ..11!! I- |1',1.1"h..o 1 ) ,1"'n"! :'r., I..s. ." 1 Th v. rotn-e; -L.tI) ) ,' |
    ula
    Anjltl' It. F. bruatv 1'J <
    1'1 .
    y.
    I ha13 large blocks made on my I ,T\r f-.c 'i 1 \\-K I f' ,;' '. ''i- "n-f, 'j it \ .. I .1 :'. .1"i .t f,,rd i"ount>-' ,Ci urt H, Po'.J" r r. : l 1 n..-.... -i hx ,'ek for f'' 'ur t'. -
    Wf-eKs I r > lr..If"I.1 i u I u .kin the P.'ailf! >u4 t'.i. '
    !i- '':IIl') T.l-! You are her hy notified that I
    Double a Florida-
    Wedding Ring quilt. Want : raphI

    to get it done this February. I I graph 1!.;Da:2! .1 1 Mi}, ,s :IMth! da\ .r J.n" 'i,.i \ I -'lit against f"T v..u D:' "Tee in the has above been named filed C>n appluation DOCKHT 0. :airo-ccn<.1 Charl. )I : I I I \-.:2.,.u'- .1 tl I." 1 .1.t x f )

    "'.ake a large block Court and cause! and yOU art required .t"hns and .\ E :\t. Klnn.' '. .
    every evening 'I iKFIflM. !E\T.' ) A J Thomas to serve a I ( OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J P
    copy of your answer tl I. a I'landmg I Bui'Linee..
    Did you know that less than 'leik of the Cinuit Court or pleading to the complaint a ci-rtifitate of public e..n I Clerk of the Clrcu t I Iy

    Ty Mvitle T Pav-r, Deputy Clerk on the Plaintiff Attorney T Frank e and ,. Myrtle T Deaxer.: P'I' -
    one percent of humanity has caused i 1.-n ne-esu-jty to I I \
    2:! 1 4t :J! 2J Land rum. Starke.
    Florida .
    and
    file an auto transportation! "
    I i !
    lura Afofar most of the major troubles the original in the office j
    iy Burqess "lIn : 10 \i'i'i\it: Clerk of the Circuit of the I'an'a" a common ,. 'i' :! :
    ware and sorrows of the In I ( Court on or before passengers! between Starke .
    world ? irviiit '
    Court.
    = llrull.iril ( ; the ITth day ..( |
    PONCA. NEBR Man'
    h. 1S.12! :!: Camp Blanding and 1
    .
    I I The rest are law-abiding. I'liirlilal In 4 .hno..r'.alla. I otherwise the allegations I
    CodV of Hold
    I I t- < Mai'i"". Plaint iff. \ .- I Complaint will be said Corporation ( which is I I I ,
    I j fearing people. If each of us does Anna Subil Marion, DefendantCase taken as con- cated on Camp Blanding Jtfo
    Wherein the February days tress. have heard stories of1! : i fessed by you. vation) and i

    kuiftly by. I on joy) my quilt fly1Wa r II and now we have our brave j II i our share to make this a better Nolii-r 1'.. \ 1":0.. Xo. <'t4J::! i This notice shall be published Boom-town. Kings-ley Beach ,I)
    once each i
    ing lay household duties. I laiN. in Korea. They have taken ',[ world to let our light of love for To: Anna Si.bt-1 Marion uli..". weeks In the week Bradford for four consecutive. At said time and place all I 'I

    every I Christ shine thru residtine and addrevs 1 iv : 1 ::Itli I i graph.Mat.il. County Telei ested parties will be given! I : ,
    think of all of piLL out there. I caie of orphan children. carried the darkness. Avenue. Dol..tll>'. XrVX Jrl vr*. l I."rtllnitto he full heard w
    tins .
    land l 1.lh: '
    say a You dav. .f l.iu.irx. WITNESS! the hand of the
    prayer always
    dogs over the hills with them. we may anhrrelij notified that a 195!. I
    How strangely still the night i accomplish) much. God ,vim f"r tiv..r'tand rt'!>I..rall"n >.f 1 I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. tue Secretary Ilf the Florida :
    I Tender of heart. God bless them. help u all d"Cl'o'lanl'mahl"n name has .been Thomas r..id and Public Ftilitie (''' !i I
    Th booming seem dead; I It is better to light filed against in the | Clerk of the Circuit Court 'I"n thiv 7th day of .. !
    guns Thi ose who do return should make ]II one candle you aln.. e named By Myrtle T. Dearer Deputy Clerk )
    I than Court and cause and > <>u are I Boiling C Ianlfo\
    to r.
    The unscarred poplars by the I wonderful home makers and fa-1 I curse the darkness.Divine ifinred to serve a copy 'of >'our anuer |I :2! I 11:; 4t :37M t Kxi.utive: ::. retar> : i

    road Master grant that I "- or |)lt-* thetheathe
    m. They know values. \ 1I( i: 111 UMMMK IOIlI'
    i I
    overhead.In May not on the Plaintiffs Attorney. T Frank ''In I I (In-ill 1 I Court, -
    rustling! This morning I awake be- i 50 much seek to be La ndruuun. Slarke llrnilfiird foii,,|> inoffice "' { '
    lay
    j Florida and file rioriiln. : In (.hn...-......
    patient plodding cadence fore time to arise. I was thinking !| (.on..I..1 l l ato console; to beun the original.. in the office nf the I Kathleen Marx T.k.r I'l.nntiff.; : Of The Male- Ili.atl n.D'P"t "'.. offer the jn-ojje <.f =" tarlt
    < 'l--ik 1 \s.
    t
    the <
    to \S'c march along! the lane.A of the fight all of life is for mofrtwomen as in understand : fore. the :3rd: day of March. r'VJ.:! : 1 .!Ibfenitant Tallahassee i : .

    start at long forgotten for happiness. The I to he lied l as to lute; for ini ntherutvc the allegation* of s.iij; I j \ 1.1 ire TII \ I".r. i.u.N o *: ;11 "H.!, F'bruarv I : ;' ; i I t i Mnd vltlnitv our uf the most

    averagewomen l 'i.mplaint will I.! .. To r..n.t ra,ft lm. lr_era: m
    giving tak<'n .1- < <>nf I ; Uogt i : ;
    sounds- I i vve receive; it is pardon I Stephen P.ak.r.: w hi.s.residence ... .. .... :
    i is married young and begins <'ssed by you. I is !I ;.ib bids wit' l. r- ,
    rnknoxxn. but h. modern and ttnet
    A kitten in the rain. I ing that \\<- ar<' Pardoned, ; and Thus ""IIt.-, It.ill .I.e |1"Io1-h..1\ :i last knoxxn resident : w s Tallahassee! Fb.t'da from ( I equipped :
    to rear a Her was 4'(7Vai, I .
    family. days! j it i- d on< e each v\e.k fm f.inr ....I''-' 'niveweeks i I ner Pla.I I iMvtona i t'oiiti.i. t..r' until, 10 "0 A M :; : I!
    How strange a being man! aie filled with work and entirely 'ingthat \\ (' are horn in the BraII..1 i'..i ui'v. T.-l 'I Ylllllln' ht r.-lpv notified"a'h.; Floiula: M i V ii' 2t.th dax: of F. i' :I I welding shops anywhere.
    ]I I I that I
    Of love and furious hate, I : to eternal life. J'ral'h i for tuiv.u ..,' and :a suit: f ,1 i- ii i. ".lu-ti 1*' lion <-f the 1 ]J.'lilt t ,
    forgetting of self. The years fly !1 i iI I I II I I Dated tins :IQtli: 'dax of J.inii.ux.I 1' h.is been'ut..l\filed ; of minor1'childien I l.i- .J. ,.t.. I: I \ All Work Guaranteed

    Vindictive to an injured friend, by and sickness work and gladness :! I know a dear lady. who ha all] i I 11 '1'IS:!. ; I in the al..,\ .. nanud I''iut against and i v.u Mate Project. .10. Vn. :I '

    her clothes (OFFK'I SKVI.l .\.J Th..ina. and .in--- r.i.iilf.nl i'"iintx' Suite Koad
    To foe compassionate. I take their toll. :More: often ready to be buried in I 1 you aie retiiirrd| to serve a :! ,
    ( ,
    .1 Iv .if tile 11" 1111, C.,111 t I copy of xoiir in :-uu t.iK-u .n T- I'II.'t' nh' SMITH'S GARAGE
    From the valley of the than not the husband is so engrossed ,, Arrangements are made with the ''nyM.vitle 1 T 11"a\.r. IV.utx| I'l.ik.. I the complaint .n'w"r on t Ihe "I'Plaint,pleading Itt's .'it to t't'l! :M II''' ''. a-I ,appri, ; t : :

    From danger grief hadOW'1 |: undertaker. And she 21 4t2:! ::!: t.-.rn.-. 7.;\<'h If Potiirl.is < ft M" ,, '. V\'.ik t.. .'"n.-1 I 1
    with making a living that t is all < > 1.\1"b AM) MACHINE
    ,
    pre MMH: 10 UTKMl Building- Jacksonville BI .III 111.1 !" > "C:: Ir: li.lt. I !I SHOI'Teiirjilp ) !
    He listens vaguely pit>'ing- t he has not much time for sympathy p ared. She is taking a long jut-. Iu Cirruit ('..,,rt. llrailfuril Co nut yi ; f the original in the, Florida office of, an'ile 'II. s .4 i ti,1 i 1 d..i i -ins. v l \ I !

    A kittt'n in the rain. ney, and looking I'litriilas In (.h:"uieer. I j' lerk of the Circuit Court the f.. il 'I J, ''I, tlit .111''' \ l 1 1.i .\ve. :'iarhe
    forward i \
    be1 ,
    to on or
    sweet ords.. Soon -
    or .
    I she 1I ,
    seeing .llis Tin-ki-r 1 u III.C .
    her Plaintiff \ s. Dona fore the 1 17fh ,dav ..f Maub, If'I Illl K I I1! I <|ll, r' .1 1I. I
    -John Cappon I finds her self at middle age. the loved ones. What a beautiful! ''S Tucker Defendant otherwise the allegations of I I'll.ald: i .. .1. ., ', I I"' i.t's.il) -i .r'f.! I I 1 t

    way to live. Case Xo S!"." Complaint will I) be .hk, l l .i ."""- Iv' 'ui' lljii 1
    The above poem \va sent to me I j children grown. The fight for happiness I I I God bless you all.! No I Ire "I'.. \ |>|ieir.Ti << bxyou. taken as! itmfe..sed : .i.l- t. > \ it.1.t th.ha', I

    ::1 I 'I LOVE- liona I S. Tut K-r. xx hose. 1... -. -
    keeps on more intensely. -LtJR.r .\ i.-- I Tin n..ti ire shall he publiihed! once t:: ,1 t t lit Tl-ltM'i' | ,
    by a Wisconsin friend The author i I .1!> nee" isO.: i ilia. I't.irBiaYou ; (.adl vx-ek for four tl,, t,. ":II'! ". p 's Ii", .,

    is a War II veteran He does know] Sometimes the children are not a.- { are herebx) notified. thaI a in the Bradford County consecutiveweeks Tele-u -i:t.l,I.. [i"i .Itt I !.lit" d I 111"1st .' l I

    ![ grateful as they should be or I- I ) r \ ion )iIIi'a it fi.r iMxor.e has been filed 1 )tlfral.h. I-;a. h ;i...1 'II. If'. 'I| ',. l lI I
    of soldier ap1 .cf-.iKl) ..
    the bitter depths a bids ,.. in .
    will|| | vmi the above ,
    I I. ,
    named .. T,1 t .
    1 I *.. r<-ii\- prN'iath'e.tOll"Y:: in : "IIY < '
    most case! .5- .unil .f the .u.t and cau.sp and .
    marching at night in the slu h of th Pifv nf St.irk.at .. you are required I l S2. d lat.- f. r.-'u'' lir ),i.l'I
    has almost fiu Hal) in to seixe a copy of your ai F-: I I (OFFICIAL 'h'k ill I I. .
    I alwavs been too scarce | St.irkf. Fli.nd.i PEAL) A. J Thomas i u M..I i 'a' 1' dll I
    Out until :; 'in '. ..r'.k P.M svver or pleading: to the i'ompl.iinton Clerk of \ k t., 1 1. .,. I
    rain and dark in France. on In the forties nn Tiit". a woman has to 4th day { ( the Plaintiff's i i Attornex. Zai h .
    <> Mari-h. A O. II I I Dy Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk) xx itb Ilan'i' f''art. "j'I
    I I lf.2! : :!.
    Joath dealing mission to the ene I watch or great depression of spirit .it uhn-h timfanil pin all l.nl'I'. I Hong-lav.; :. T."ndl liuilding.i .Ia. k.1 1 2 11; 4t :3 i 7 I '., I J'rlO'i'I"I'v I.f uti. 'at; : I: i ir
    'I rnnvni will \>f piildirlv I Isonville. Florida and file the OIIKHIjal i ii -- -- >>-Ha",tin* nt !.ci' .i-.l: J ;i"Mf.albd
    Then hear the of ii]i and futility of things overcomes rt-ad opened and I in the iiffu "f the i I
    my. they cry I aloud) on the followingTinf I Clelk of the t.. Si.. 'i.il I Pr.< ". -
    .
    I!, her. Now is the time to use all the Standard two-door Circuit < .urt on nr lief..re the ::rd:; |Iin Circuit ( ..rt. llr.itlft.nl CountJ. ,,ill I.I .. furnish'd! x, -h .
    kitten. Their hearts are touched. ri.lf.r Mark. >.1\n. I day of Man'h. 1 ;'V: :2! : otherwise the 'I'ltirlflnt In ('ha in-err. posalI'lans I .1'
    I I I wisdom one has gained) thru the] .with a minimum ix nr pi iirhf "lin.l..r"q. allegations <>f '.:ti.1 Complaint will Vildin Btnnttt. I'laillllf.'c Je.miit and econonui! -
    AH the world our boys have nf ninety HP and or pr..r" l.,!' w Ifrnkhed
    over preceding years. I have found that i no extra *fiiii| >m..n*, fur imrru-di.ife motor I I be This tlken notice as .confessed l h>' 'x "u. I Yvonne I!> nneft. I'eftntlantCase to Qualified l '... only' a trained and
    I I | d"lin'r '. shall he publishedonce No !I.H
    reached out iu to lost kittens I ) upon application .
    pity : to th s (f,
    to live \
    one day at a time; to be To !., tradc.1 on above [ each Week for (..ur consecutivvv Order Of 1".IoIl'IIII..n11" >i.licr 'Inliprnrt the sun, of (50.AO whuh will ( can attend when
    1 *1A.; hlel. nnf | *ik dcgs children and mothers in; happy in the small two-door funded if
    things the Ford .
    is f.xlra" !Sedan' lev-. I gra ph. Jeanne .Yvonne I!>'nnett. whose rtsid I- a regular bid >J' serving is at

    real solution. A new dish. a ragrug. Th. aid I I atfd this 25th day of Januaiv I ,.nee is : f"u'raIg'r". :NorthAfrica. ; Xo Proposals will he issued !
    City requests
    I are received
    TTTTTTT'TTTVTTTTTTTTTTTLET to r""I'Ttb.. rieht m:2.OFFICI.L. at :!
    i i.J a new oilcloth for the table.pit'clng aicrvt t>r refert hours prior to
    any opening bids
    I ('t3 < or all bid ( SKAI. A .1 Thomas.Clerk You are i"p'llIir.d| to appear ..11
    of quilts and humble of 5f.irtx*>. riorl.Ja. of the I '' All' bids must!' show
    Rv- I'ir'uit CourtV.v March I';. I"O-. in the above nan,. 11
    Par) John", fitv .. :Myrtle T. I eai'h item and total amount )
    things that feed the } ri rks Deaver. Depn'v "It..k1 Court and "-'"1wh..r..in plaintiff
    sou We i inserted the
    cap !/ :st: ';; :!/ 4t I 22:! i! seeks divorce. Bradford (',.uul I' on cover of the I JONES
    I all have those, and just being humble i r i T..I..rrl'h shall publish this Ordi-r al. .
    M. The right is
    reserved
    FOH to
    I
    and nins vorit i10 in next four issues Starke Fla.
    sweet. no matter what i! TnfcVotive that vi-i'i: vn xxeekly any or all bids ,
    I (".tIflt>. (' the Rnnul of II.. lirnult. 4'urt Hrailforil County i i Witness my hand and official
    said to To do a lot of omml""if>n 'rs nt STATE; ROAH [lII'.
    you. ,
    praying.To ('nllnly Florida nr.HJ"rll ; I'liirlitnl In ( bnnrrr>. seal at $t3rk'. Florida thi February

    I cast your troubles on our I l>nls until 10 will: repfnf "f.,iI l.i Harold Swan, Plaintiff vs. :Marcaret: 12.: 19.12.OFFICIAL FLORIDA. ____,,___ .
    I for th.> \Af. :M.irrh 1. 11"q!i' Swan. Iieffndant. Case No. wi.Nullr : I ( SHL: ) A. J. Thomas, Alfred A. :McKethan
    t.j L' Saviour. and be happy. Time one n"n-putvhsc? hv; th> Hoard) r.f : TnI'P"... I As Clerk of said Court Sam P. Turnbull State ) Ambulance Service :

    passes swiftly. Soon you will be trnok an'l t.If"-ton; vtake odv tni m I j To: :MarR.in !'\\'an. wh....e r. 'i- : T.v Myrtle T. Denver. Deputy ClerkCh.f way Knginetr
    rrue or masI.hf matt on :i fly I deuce I iv: c'o Morgan Hal II.] Seniui.iixiStre ; .. 'n. iIuis. ; In the late sixties and seventies. proposition-mor- of th> fullowlnp I' ..t, Auburn N,.w, Vmk .lai'ksonville. Florida uj to offer convenience AAi :

    Who does not love the dear sweet T f.T-h price ..f .. You aie: h..rehy not if nil' lh.it I :a Attvfor Tlf 2 11: 4t '. 7 MITIf: OK INTKNTION \ available. '
    full n ntru..'k. w'ill' Suit! for J>IVliie has l..".'II flleilaeainst KI.CISIIH: : rminoi .
    lady who has given her life I for dcccripfir.n' thereof. vou in the above Hun ru.ul 1 I !, Notice is h..r.'n \
    ?! ( i>oc KIT: airn.:
    "ch NO. : ( ( nFlori'la
    ui nrice _
    olhers The fight for happiness '")de in allowance of new tnifk I-1 Court and cause ami > ..ll ar.r...- Railroad And Public I'tili-I uml,'rsipned. under the II" "_ "_ _ _, .S .\

    i is a lifetime Hoard. fio(11,1 truck of quired to serve a c;.py of vuur answer tie" Commission to (Charlev E Johns of Chapter :20! .f'5.1.: Laws of
    job. God help us all. I I t Total or pleading to lb.c.nuluia jilt. and .'i. K t'KIIIII..y. Sr.. I' 'I. AIManding Acts of 1'Ml will register w ; ] service at lowest prices xnl '

    HELPFUL HINTS: : If you have I ..f I deferred payment price on the Plaintiff's Attoin.v. llavSelden. Bus: Lines.! !Starke. Vinci tt.-, Clerk of thi' < 'IT> nit Court In force issued by ANT I\
    nfotrll..k on 1! Selden n"i IdinK. Ita.vtona' for lliatlfi.iil, i "oii'i' >T.i-e of
    monthly
    small and All lither Interested Parties
    I quanities of paint add them I ment 4. plan.) pay I i lleach. Florida and file the oriRin.il' H I : ''all together.: Put Total deferred in the office of the Clerk .,. of this. ), .
    : the lid down lo\\ payment price of of tbi Florida. Ha'lr.ul and Public Ftili1 I 1100'i i. tli. f.t:ti.-.1- : !
    BO obligation.
    I truck )less trade in allon.ince i I Circuit Court (ill or before the :1r: i 1 I ti.s Commission will an T o.t.t" '1 ,. II">-p,t.tl .
    tight. always add a bit of f..r old truck ,f '* designate ._ ,
    turpentine of Hoard day Mar.. I1!* : r.therwis. tb I I'Nanuinr I ,.f '.i ii Commission! to jwhnb I I. '1. I '-1//- <1 n t.'i|' ------------" # a
    US CHECK to the top to prevent a scum. I The trmk of Hoard: so offered for allegations of said Complaint i I xxil I
    trade in i i" one be taken as confessed, _ .
    This u"ed It44! by vi.u -- -
    P..de
    I
    mixture
    will find use for ,, Truck fnpine Vo T11H1147Mnv'. This notice shall be ,'ulli'h.) ,I
    flower and or all I! hid may l '!'once each week for four
    pots many things. put >e rejected const. 'imv i >
    YOUR FIREINSURANCE Pv ord r it -.tid) Toard weeks in I the Pr.tdfiird Count, ) TilK'apb I. .
    \ a lubber mat in the storage drawPI ruari t I'1";! : IhiF..h) -

    I of the No Felted this :2
  • range. rattle then.' 1. :\ .T. Thmi.1.. .1.r'q :

    NOW I I' :MEAT PIE: From a cold: roast ":t ?? J- Ii'.SHiFFlCIM.. !SK\I. .\ .1 Th..iI i- WHERE / fiotlr/QI/h

    I cut neat cubes and a bit of fat.I l Minn: TCI .trritn '''I'k of tilt 'i,1", lilt I'm,, i
    In firciill {'<'..r. It rail firiI IxMX ill. T P...IV.I i l >. ptitx' < 'lnl I (
    put it in a kettle to i'tea bit. rioriila: In C hnn........ ( nintr :. .I4t2.iiIiI :! r

    .' I added diced Irish potatoes. peas,, 1' Katu. t Ht-rnii e Klli-on. Pi.i "llrr. \ {
    4 <"r., '
    I '
    .. V ?:ni.i! lIn. I ftnd.nt : HI \ I l'CUt
    ,.. .. larroi.s and diced! onion and celeiy. In (Ir.-i.H r nrl. llrn.lfitr.l ('..OJ.f> -
    rae ."
    Xo. S .
    ... :
    Use whatever quanities I like. | Niitfrr T. \ ppenr.i ritiri.: ,In Clianrrrj'
    you i T<.' r..,. V. Elli Jan "',wl..w K..nkj\\i Plaintiff doYOUWaf1o6WeIbflf
    I I Thicken the broth then with flour.. ,Ulence, >Ie: T'nknown."on, who e r..i.i I'S. :\Il iv M) i'hail l\"I\II\\'i.: i /, I.' <

    Charley E. Johns Place i in a baking dish. Cover top: You ar.- hereby notified that P,' fendanf; I'as, :\ \t4:1 :fl )
    with > I "nit 1' r ni'or'e'has been I file Nulirr To \p"..r. :
    i pie dough or biscuits in I aeam'-t v" TJ in th'- above ToMaix: MX.li.ul' K'.nK t wi, / __
    Agency (' namei I.\\h.' ... ... :: .
    uhic h a bit of age has been added' "iirt 3n.1 l .>I"'.> and von are r. nuir- e ,111.11' j! I nMii.xtii -
    < d tocr\ <. a of Y..1I lai-.' I h"I'.I.\ M> tlflt.(1 1 III I- /,( /

    Phone 13 STARKK FLA Hake until lOp Is domI-had this I ,.!' plendinp '" the.iy complaint your anf-wei ot,': -IIH f'T ltv'",.. .. .i l I.. II i uI i. ,,! 1 / .: :: Comeoutfrombeh nd",1': ; l' .!lldl"i! t tI !''';'.

    ... .J'i I h.. lav I t'ie, Plamt'fT .'' ..rll''' 7.ah II .ifT.llltM X nil' ill t'I I .iboX .. I Iall, ; ,":, /
    .. ... supper ( got my new f >i.up'"iv, "tr I. 'mil ., lilt ., .. .' ./ .
    \ ii.1'1 Huildine.Ia" I t > i" x..ii a" i iinirt know ,, ..
    <'K- tan \11' > :!n.;
    oj .. -.. ;., iI n .tin! !nt! 1 It I < (.iu "j'! hOt) ". ,Y.\ 'II,. K' '!1.< .mil fi-) the <>u ne i il t. -. i i, ..f I v. .', i ut .p; Be v -t t '.,) .i>,; our ( ulI I t .ii'a'-t' for "votne (jiilt I Fun!

    ... ... ii ,I. "ff f th.Herk "( the: sa.r .1 i>l. .nl ?n- I I'M' "n |jd.i i' /' I \ \ awth-and VM tI- iij-it1. glad' ..
    .
    .., .... .1, ,! ;." '11,1, :\' t .l. i 1"I 1I.d.' but! ., 'i t c. '"1 1 i ..r b< fore the :-r! <',II"! I'll til. 1':.Mil' 'I/I \ I II. .Z.I. |I' I Ii I I ,I I' \ \ cards too. I Ihese are amusing souvenirs that .11

    ,,1"i \ / f .M'.t.I: 7 1't.: ?: otherwise 1'1:1.i-. "" ". I I.x ii, ti I Id .n i: I I"i k I to see !
    Representing THE TRAVELFRS, Hartford 1 nn It ,x .i- t. oj 1 'l-! irition" f v.nil 'omplafnt will th.b :. ".,111,11.i | || Kb.ml, ;i .n,..1 I i.. Hi.. ..' ''C: "I'> I you C i.nt to "1 J! ul! and\ snail\ to t the f folks I hat k I l'1'i' ,

    .I.n! nv t cc"if., wed by < al in th.. ..ffu. t .f i \\c. i'it i K .f'\c\ .1 .
    -- von All Florida in fact U :
    Hire we have breii having cole)},:i This over .. .
    notice 'If". e.t'h week for four. -. ._./.>.puMishe.....e-.......... <._*..I I l .lixof M-in-h' !1'. .tl.s i. 1 1allegation 1.' I dealers all set to help have a wonderful time. Gulf Ishes all of you i we sa> "vou all .t h.IPi' 11'
    "
    are
    -- -- I V <: ,m the or : ; ; ; ;; ; you t .__ .. .. .
    Bradford County Tel of --.ii.l: milI.mil u Iitaken [ -.1 c. -. r.\i A., \.. r' ,..It.,, .., l.
    -
    i 'O IV
    e.' T VTM'.I l be a" conftsstd t\, m noriaa. oiup in ai yuui vjuu xitm

    AIIIPDI7? CAM TRANSFER AND I tldc 6'h dav of .Ja nuary This. I notn'e shall i tie. \\t piiblisindi.m I I I Before f that suntan gets a day deeper > ou'l! want to.re here-for those famous Gulf prodtuts .r I 0 at
    : 1 ; you
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    ,
    e .adl week for foiii i .list. ut I' |
    R. B. i1L Y JIRLL & 3U11 STORAGE CO. .j ,lOFFiri.AT.rl..rk SEAL' ) A J Thoma. xx.eks in the lrallf..rdf111Y T,.!I" I drop In at the Sign ate Gulf Orange Disc and. get friendly, courteous Gulf service.

    >.f the Kiaph.
    Orctnt
    Pv Court I Gulf wonderful f I Florida Vacation Maps. This IS no
    Myrtle] T. T'-ar.-r. Deputy ('I..rkI Dated this! :sist: day ..f .Tariuaix ,

    ..- ... \ 2 4t '* !!\\o:;! i iOFFlCIAt. plain "road map" but a complete guide to Florida with We know you'll like them so much thaiou'll K'". t' 311
    Sc -- SEAT A. .1 Thomas.
    I -. .; S (ii II1o UTIMK Clerk of the nr- uit Curt I pictures of places to have fun plus a map oi all hlgh"going Gulf" long after that suntan has faded and e.
    We In
    :perateloeal '
    rirruit
    ".,
    { rt. nrndfnrd Ciniiid. Pv. Myrtle T. Deaver IIt'Hlltr };'rk..
    .
    R.B.ALVAREZ t'SON
    Florlilxi' In ('' .. :21! 4' ? .2
    .t distanceanjwhere '''''' 1' .
    STMKt.FlA. long T'.':!' r.....A Martin I .........
    MOVING In I'. S. t ff \v F.rn..q 4 Jf Harmon,. Plain- ; .
    rY.r;;:: / pn'.n.> fVf.-nd-i, \orifu 10 I \ppr.\K I
    :Tit
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    :!4J ,... IKM t ,. ... c.,::9!! I.. I'irruit; Court, "r".Hur.t C.o.t?. //
    :<; To ''""n.. I'lorldn : In ( hanrrty.Catherine .
    I
    ss: 3 EXCELLENT 1'.1. Frn" VT <' TT.irni'.n whoce A r. e Kvi Plaintiff; xs ,
    C > n. ( , 'ii are h< rebv :.. J '
    notified that f 4'N.: :; s''' -
    s STORAGECILITIKS vi'"i It f. r r iv'ir< e and reetrtrafion of Notice 'loppear.. ,

    "i.1.;., dn itianve, hav, f.ccn filed! against I To l.-iuiiiit.. l II..nxx II i 1-\ To 11.."

    v .'J.i. .m the above named sldeni.'e u Is Hll.kltX.. Illltlxx I, "" .II..t ;
    f
    "
    F .\ < .ind
    1'lIICplnd hose udIr.-- 1 I' n.
    you are rei i mailing ; i- "
    an r d .
    n serve a .opy'r.f
    ,
    your an- 114. r.in M.x, Him .1-.1siiit
    Agents For I 'w, r or nleadine to 'the compHint fur iMxont., 1I .t 1..h't f n II..'
    ,
    I'c.i 'fie Plaintiff' :Attorney. Ravi Inldteii I Ii and "I h'r leluf h.i l I.... TI
    DEI.CIIEHnnos. -i Id.] 'n. Seld"n Pouildin | '. ... .. .
    !!. Partonfl filed against ) .11 in tin- atuuult \ |..med "
    See first "P"a.: 1'1 Flori":!. and file the or 's. us I n the offjce (.f the I II in
    .' Clerk of the to serve a copy' of v..iir ansxver Jmi/es
    .1.} r\ 'I nt."f Pnurt on or before .the Ird I' ..r pleading I.. tbe "mi.i' > n.n t !note et I/Olloh
    Marrh
    l
    I 71";!
    : otherwise th<- i the T'l.nntiff'tt.nitx /.., h 11Housrlas
    -' :' ir ions
    t I. of "id Complaint \\ ill! !:' :"flS! 1y'n.h lUnldinc: i i li 1 hnvIlle '
    Mken as I''nf..c'.d by V"lII .... Fb>i'Ida. .i'nl, ) fibI the ". uinal
    This notice' jihall) he ,, .. .. 1 rtOA'J :
    I published in the (fl I .f the 1. rKthe '
    riff.nch weeV f.r fo'ir concectitive Circuit( I'ouit o 1' m l l.ef..r.' t'>' r'
    week in the Bradford ('''lIntv Tt'leI 17th day of Mar, h. r':.J : .'h. i ixx )
    graph
    I I T. the allegations; ,,f vlid C"niMlnii-' --- '
    ,I..J this H-h lay .f T.innarv will be tak.n as .."f..",,.,l }t.v y,,? -" '

    WORLD FAMOUS 1G'.A I This notife shall be pul.li-ht.l.I '
    T Thorna* once each week for four con"ecutixfweeks -- ,

    r. .*. Cl.-rk if 'aid foiirt in the Hiadfoid Coiintx T.lc- \ /'
    Vxr'V \T TSmooth
    T teaver P rn'v riork eraph.Paled. \ ) 1'

    0111Tn- ? '1 4t :? '!? 1 1932. this 1 nth ,tl.u ..f Ft-biiiux i ; j

    In Clrruit PPRtH OFFICIAL SE\I.) A 3. Thomas.
    riorlria i'onrt. llmdfiinl r-unr. Clerk of the Circuit Court I .
    : In ( hunrrrr. Vy: Myrtle T. ( I /
    ,r.i.l Deaver. Deputy Clerk .A
    fI'.r'lr..t. ..
    i 1M 1 ( '\.rqr..t. Pffnilar Plaintiff.! v II :2! 15 4t :3OTirK -

    I I Cake X-i *Q' > Ifla 'rpr.\lt Starting, snap tfsponsixi< VM r !Inr, < aM, r ( '.
    .
    N
    .tjre Tn "
    T.. II.f: tpprnr.(bertret. who-e rirruit Court.. Bradford foumty. that gets action from your driving in traffic and a new 7"' 17 fi
    r..i- 1 riorldn In Chnn. "" .
    I (irnr You i"are I'nknown 1."''ui.| I It'oWll: I"., I I'M, f X '. E\" motor fait t sureness on the open road.Rapid -
    hereby notified That a l 1'1 t ..\\ p. f. I
    'nt for Divone ndai'I 1:1
    and
    rt..r.iTiini i i 1 '.'". N. < ..i j
    of
    maiden name has h*.>n file : I ,
    spain't! von in th.. above named ; '- / '

    fourr and cause and you are rrquir- Suffered After ':
    I c-d to !terre a copy rf your

    ... answer or pleading tn the
    corn Every Meal Due
    I plaint on the Plaintiff" AOr'n1fo".. I > -. :--.>
    FK
    rfrryman. Stark Fli.rid.i! j
    FLAMINGO ..,rid file the original in the offIP To Acid Indigestion I I'd..----.... ..;J
    h-- ('irouit Court -
    on nr l. -f. re ifdav .
    of :March I*:;? h. vi Mf' .
    PARADEBirds ..llffrations of said <".mipl.i-rw'*'.' Re, entlv: ::1; ;I.nlx st.ittd that she ', -- :.... '

    I... taken At .nnf".d hv v.,u \\i: trlluhle.ii I A ith iniiipcstion after ,, \
    .
    are Paraded notice !hall he published :
    1 x\f-ek for four once: every m'
    only once a year V- n the' Bradford County ron'*rtit'xe Tel.. he ate or h"W much she ate. That Economy I Sanitary{ \ (,4\- .'

    ;1 .!. she had tried about everyth" j: through qualitv that s bUilt in I. I \ ,t
    y c.f Januar'. <
    : sold for stomach relief but v\ .' Gulf NO-NOX to gut full mllf'J I j .,.f j I/
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    t
    '
    'T -\T. :::EAT.A J aicl Ii: I 'I'i : nnving
    Thomas.
    'no
    success until she
    INNEK
    FLAMINGOSTAKES A.. Cl.rk of said Court TONE. She got age and povr out of \r>.ur"C'. ,, -'L''u Sslr- 0'
    Mt'e T Dt-aver. rvputv Herk; stated she was amazed -I. .

    : 4 t O 22:! with the results when she took engine. '.' _. __ -

    OT1CK-TO \PPK\H this medicine. Now she eats without ; cIJ.J :: :

    One of America's In rirruit ('..o.t. llradfnrd Count I fear and is free from indigestion
    I'litrldn In lnncerT..
    Foremost Horse :Mars I-irdvall Plaintiff A :;:,;oph..n for the first time in years. I

    RacesSATURDAY !I. Eirdsull.! Prfendant :iIXXER-TON'E is the new formula

    <"a"e No SSI? :jof juices from Nature's
    Notice Topprart plants
    Ti Stephen I. Pird all. whoseresidence I combined with blood building ffiveGwd/ne-OJQdfoU/4.td

    is' fi! Fulton !;tr..t. Au- I IRON and nerve i :
    511 YOU AT "Iturn. New Tork strengthening

    I You are hereby notified that a suit VITAMINS:: B-l. B-2, and B-6. It

    r f.r* Divorce care. custody and contr | has relieved many people who
    ,,
    | il of minor childrm. support I for I
    I 'hiMren and other rrlief has been: i had never been really helped 1 be- ,

    filed against you in the above named 'I' fore by any medicine.: Taken shortly
    Court and cau!'e and
    you are i required I
    before
    to serve a copy of your an meals it mixes with your

    \ iJ s"II'er'or pleading- the complainton ( food and aids digestion "thus
    the Plaintiff Attorney. nay !Selden I eliminating F. Register & Son Distributor
    and
    MARCH 1 : Selden Building. Daytona gas bloat". Sodon't
    Peach Florida. and file the' original go on suffering! Get INNER-

    In the office cf the Clerk of i the TONE at KOCH DRUG STORE I Phone 755 Starke Fla.
    Circuit Court on or before the Jrd ,

    -. _- day cf March. 19:2: ; otherwise the ''Adv *


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    : be !something for a profit. As ADDRESSES I ; '' : r i .1 X .''r! .,r. 1., I. LI' X' Thi-! n" t 'e 'hall beiff I'ul-: '
    ibc'i I soon as they start to lay they will CROSS'The : : :., t ...i '....it XU, shn'l!l 01 Pay; h w... k f.r four ,'. ":" '
    HINTS TO
    OUR RED vx -, ''U'I'l'h| -hi' bra 111 W eek in the P.riJfi-rd Oi ,,:.'y
    " L12 FARMER'S i iE I be shut up in the laying house ;:, I OF INTEREST ; il..ut !thr d..<+,,,, ." r I II raphI
    f I ,nl f., I .... .' ,
    in a humas. we are sick and ft, u : '
    .
    HOUSE WIVES '> '- .
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    under l'', Cl.neiHfHh.idni 1507 I K: Se. .. : ..
    tired of havl11gchickf'ns' 1 I I s (I .FFI'I 1 X'! .1 \ '10
    ) DIARY I feet everywhere St t1'u'htta. Kan. .i "01' d. i. .' -t. ,I', n-1' .' 1,
    .
    E II your you go. |, *'I. I II I:. ',. ,, ,
    I ( fourth in a series of articles S a RCITitt' PDelbert Crews C.) C. IIoin |d.| is,1!''n,11.' h."'h.i ...-WII. ,. I j RMX r; '. T '

    : j I discussing various phases of ]Inf[ Re?., 5th Inf. Div IG .. '' .i tbnt I ... _
    By SamfcGaney Sam oiled the and then Red JKU.V.: m"lTii: ;
    pigs Cross activity in Bradford ;, I Indian Town Gap. Pa. 1-1.: tt! .

    The author will be glad to re- just to prove there was no hard ][ County) '! Pfc James W. Gaskms. I:;... I k 1'! v \\ i ", 1,u i in in mi i purl in 1 I h. Iml.In hl h

    cci\e Items of Interest concerning feelings, the pigs oiled' Sam. Got j This week we are going to learn' Florida citrus 's the most <11"-1! :25 3473 D School Squad La. .,, W..v .' .,' s i, .- ,. .Ii. ill i in-uit HI III. talc ,II'I".ltla
    liciou* and versatile fruit in the' }: \ ... .
    In Xnil I I..r
    the activities of farmer in some "burnt oil" from Dave Shu-1, how we decide to whom we can Tec. Inst Ruston La. '" : '! i I.... "I- I"i.. Uraill.I
    uuo lr< I. t hinr
    Bradford County. Suggestions may ford and doused the eight little I: pive money and how much wean world. We' can eat it fresh drinkit. Mrs L. M Francis change | ,,1\". ,., ',., -v, 1..1 I"r s., .1 .V k X si '
    ,
    'I" 'I'? .
    I use it in combination with .1" K II MM a.f tiff, -
    4 monsters' with the messy stuff c Rive. Pacific Grove' Calif. to 4316 ."" \1 .
    be left at the Telegraph office or I. I. "ir' !1'.I\n i. Ii .' I I j1of. ': .

    (mailed to Sam :McGaney Lawtsy, and of course it did a good job of.'.. When our National Red Cross''' many other fruits and foods. putit St SE. Washington. D. C. "'", .\.1.f''it'l.' '' 'i....1..1 \orL.r I.. \..ltf'or:

    getting' rid of hog lice, but the received its charter we' agreed to in our pies and cakes to givethem Zell S Dukes. 5165 ] I t... .1) K si. ,1 .f n\ 'i.if ,T! '. \ \1' "
    !10
    I trouble the next dayva* that do only those things for people that. wondetful color and flavor Road. Jacksonville. Fla. .'" s.,.,,| I''I'! ) .it,1 x |t t t"r'. ., "In.III I'll -.
    . IP. : ,
    .. I Id: |' .n' I. '
    AAAAAAAA iv.-
    ...... .... and it for making delicious .
    use
    '
    hey II \ !
    could Box. Rt. 5. Box
    when Sam went to feed them they not do for themselves s tnn.r" 'J'| .
    )h..1 ,
    there is no substitute for it. We al!o agreed to jellies marmalades, relishes and Jacksonville. Fla. a Il.\\K .l, ,' N I II .1- .
    rubbed most of that
    Well, our farm is ""crawling with the oil off on Sam. see no t ;," ks. l I":' \ I h. I i. vi ,
    .I| I .
    Yankees"' Our old friend Claude I S t t Well' he shouldn't have any trouble man or his family suffered' hard- and ,'onsen't"s.'ith our great crop Mrs. J. I). Mlle ', 9735 S. ]I. n tS'r I.
    ,' .. .
    s hip because he of dehdons. nutritious citrus we mitt Court Jacksonville Fla. i tin -s II.,v 10" .) d"I i ) "
    with lire served his f .
    Velsor' strawberry salesman pare now coun- (i (: i .,, ('1..1 d 1'1"1
    We've been burning lately 11 t | >t i,
    up tr '. Our should make full use of our oranges J. A. Box ''' i I' 'II" ,. ,, ..
    Red Cross Mrs Melntyre. PI.1 11,1 .1 'l
    \<'ellanoe. is back again with us can ,give:: tem i '!" i 'VI., } .1',1 l lX :
    about the increases in the cost of kumquat 1! \ n i1*'..' I. '.\ .
    tangerines
    grapefruit Fla.fTl1 "
    porarv Auburndale
    assistance .
    be in to any J, ,
    and delighted' once more to citrus pulp. It is supposed' to be a Got 100 hot-kaps and took I person '! 'I ''. :.!: \I| i \ ,tl T '
    up : who is eligible' for !!. and tancelos/ ;1II"- .
    it j
    and is
    in
    need L;
    home Brad i I L.'
    hU .
    newly adopted in low cost feed and jet the priceis 100 young tomato plants and set but in doing this Don't hesitate to combine citrus : lit .. T ,. \ I "
    : we must ) >.
    have Chet consider : TO \I'rc.JtIn 'ri.
    ford Also we '
    County. rising steadily until now. comparing them out in the kitchen gardenon how much we have to with other fruits and (foods as it ('trruil'mrrl.. Hm.lforJ ("... \...1 II"' "
    spend
    \
    and Agnes Doe of West Orange the feed value it costs February 2nd. Of f-loriila: In rimnrrrr.Tiiii. .I'.
    ( more course ourgoal .
    Therefore well with most of them in I'
    we have goes .
    .
    to start ,. 1'Lr..tf v
    N. J with us and they too are out > ; 1d.nL.tc i
    than corn. So we'll do the little is to have early tomatoes with those to whom salads and other' dishes. :\1." < :,..!hh! iil.. l it: I'" iii.,' n" TH'K TO rl'I'Ie .,
    smitten' with the we have a .., 'ir'ulf Tour.
    marvelous ., \ '
    quite :>: Hrndf.iril
    j. we can in protest which is stop i and we hope that it wOrks. Wherwe charter obligation Perhaps you're interested in I I NnlIre. To tpppnr. ".- In rimirr< t untr.. ,. '
    climate Florida -lit( was snowing -
    of : buying it. had a moderately severe frosta '': .,, i < H T-: i'd, k.. .. ,
    : Almost every making some citrus jelly if !; T.' :Mt\ "I'-l.l'; '>,1.1'1' K ah. r'' .
    .
    when they left' home Of chapter in the ., -.' i IT- s i; i;. II. k !1. h I.
    III K.li
    1.n i.il nidi's- i- : f. M.I .
    ft w days later' we'pre the O'I < < > < in' .
    glad
    state
    of Florida here's information .
    some r'
    course Pop is here and he too I has found it neces- u atrr .1t. '"I.'. K\uis\\ll.: \ Imliin. .. '-.1'r :N," v +

    claims to be a Yankee and so we Well, our berries are just about young plants were safe Ian' to set certain limits and to should he helpful. suit Vi.ii fc.l,arc T1iu'r.h.'r.ty.- :HI"notified! n-t'.dc Ihat a Topprnr.\ ...-t I."..., l.; i:. "'I.,. i h,.. Il' 1 1
    laid for the We have l| state to whom wr have Pectin acid inruits. I ,, dn .1.! '., I is t hill! t .
    are almost overrun with Yankef's.Well by season. a primary as well as the .nt.1 l .f unn.ahilt! Ii I is 1 I" i. nn

    make "crackers" out of the to put out some' poison bait for !I I One day we finally broke down responsibility. There are two f 5 is essential to good jelly fill,] ".1 aKtinstI.M in th. ,,1.1.. :!"i!' '1,IT 'M h"f'.I.\x.,' !> n .. ,r.. t'J..,,' .
    ( : .,. is t I..n ,! I'
    bunch of them before' we're cutworms (3 per cent chlordane) I I our Yankee' reserve and said to /groups of people to whom we have making Most citrus contains lots I Ilof rd to !serve a copy ',f : T \ '''.1 .;[11, 1.... ".,'X.' n.1,, I .1 .
    iM .
    t11,1
    a responsibility ans-\v.>r or pleading t" the i :s .01) \ ,.I| I".t, i nerh. .>' I Itfi I'I I
    through! and then we will be through with 1 Harold Eunice "How the heck dc One is the family pectin if picked at proper stageof t>l.iuit .'n th.Plaintiffs .\I'.rn.? 1 .. s. i I.. .t jx .r .ur .tI''Il.'r'tviiuir- '|1'1' "f'i i .
    1 this patch. Had the patch weeded' of an active serviceman' whoe allotment low .. i p: .i.l i u '.. tL". pi] WI' t'1k
    t t you crop and bunch collards maturity Tangerines are T Frank I.iiidtiiin St.uk I Tl uiif .in th1 : .
    i "n s \ > .
    I by Polly Prevail' and she did a \Ve did not know how. because has notet started or in pectin and acidity and must be ...'nit fil'. tin. ..iiieiiii, it, 10.',,, ..ff"" i \:. i i I. "r\on,1., T"- h )PvirT!ItI ; 1'xins': -I....itI .. I IX ". ,
    I'll ik '
    .f tin <.f Mi' 'tn' n id i > n' Lot1",1|
    ,
    has
    Of course we don't know anything really' fine job. Then we put out been interrupted for some rea : combmec) with lime. l... ,. ) .- I r: i 'M jr .Id."q'l' |I' ,' .
    before we came South hadnever lemon or "I' f'.i l thr 1 I""I h) 'I i\ .4 I :MJ'' !(h i
    we 01 .
    about cattle, but the finest' .1 900 Ibs of fertilizer in bands onI even heard of sonVe' are also responsible for l!! other fniits high in acidity and I't'i.1:!; ,ntheiuist Iii 111"0"a..1 : ,. s ..- ..1! ''.-in II I, ?f snit! 'n'l., i .'; I 1'1.l I \l I. .

    sweetest' looking little heifer' we'veever I top of the beds and raked it in. I Anyway. Harold showed collards us and that family in any emerremvwhich : pectin when used for jellies and ..onfHs-1''I.lal"t. II| h\' \nii w ill 1" at l 'i. : ,". !t. I''.r.' '.... ''r. 'in". ,. ]MTIi Mi." .i I ex l I I i ., ..t .t ., .
    owned' is notice t'li! ru s, 't I" .
    Princess 'I.
    seen is little greater than their funds This han he nnhlish.'rt nn f I \
    Had folks do the marmaladesFor ,
    mulching
    some now we know one more little thin g will each week fur four on'C> II'I'. ".., -.f .1 .' ".Tl |ll.I II'r U II I.. |
    of La\\tey handle ,
    by Charlie Shuford The n .
    other
    .it
    .1) hl(
    and when it was done we gave a I about group: i is. \\.C"k" in the nradfoid r..iintv T. \.11 I!
    and has excellent farming. But brother 1 the veteran' notirr !hal! I,.. .
    1'1I"i!
    She is a Guernsey who has filed a claim grapefruit and orange jelly graph .. i h"fi'
    big sigh of relief Our cost: fo ri I there' i is a lot mOre to farming with the f \\t.\ this huh fl..}' lor I". 1.1,.. .. i.a.'h week for f-.nr ...-n...',nt\ ,
    markings. Veterans' Administration remove peel' but not all of ral'.1' I in the p'ra.H..rol
    the 10,000 far. excludingI : I 1I 1i
    plants so than most people realize. 1 tl! .2.; r..nnty Ti I I. I
    1 for disability which he received from 1 large grapefruit and 3 OFFICIALSEAL) A J .\ ,
    1 tractoring time (and of course Clerk of :it. .I th.s; Jn.l d. ,. .r
    the fircuit Ffltnii'x
    while i in service' and on whirh the medium' oranges cut the fruit into ;: ?. WAIT
    Talked to Pete McSwain about Sam's labor as he is nothing but jPeace Dy Myrtle T. Peav. Deputy ('1. i 1

    the new telephone' service' which cheap Yankee help) has been and quiet' don't last long. I Veteran Administration has not I small pieces and cover with 1 quart :? 4t :2! : \T. SE .\T..f fh.>.\.J<',in' Thonins1r"lrrk I I

    will be installed in our section i if around $120 and that of coursefigures on a farm a;; a rule and our.farm | \et made a decision. Our Rerme 1 water Cook until fruit i is very Mxrtle T D.ax.r. r>> nntv mt foiirt fUrt) I

    is Cross is responsible to these I tendrr Pour into flannel 1 oiiriin \IMT.\K I ? c II toil l I...r n hoar.
    enough subscribers can be found.We out to be about $12 a no exception. Eddie May ca 'I 1 two baor:: I IB Circuit Court, llrnilforil {"..... 4 : "i i iMI I host grab corn nKot..' or. fits

    want very much to have a thousand. Don't know if that is in one night and told us m rgrotlps l / for basic maintenance' thatis. i I iellv' hat and press until all joie rirl.lal In tinncrrr.. no: II dltt. sad lnr

    'phone, as in case of an emergency high or low. I yearlings' were in his pasture' WrI food clothing::, shelter' medicalcare i I is obtained Measure' and strain v.:.l I I.Rural 1>..f..tul.inf pi.tmtirrs -;. I rl frrull luurl.Tot'J"Hr.dr.i.:ril\Ie<'.
    I hurried' up there' and did our bestto and insurame. again and place in sauce' pan ';t..' \.i \ :; I I n.ild W.:11'1.' ri.i Prooipt Itemoial of Ilrad.rliilrd .
    the ; If we have sufficient t in Bring to a boil and add 3 I Notice Topp..r.. .. in tiff. \I Jlarli
    get rascals back home thai' money cups roof of T.. Edna KaP..x.iI : ", I> f.-iiil.inl <'..IMNo: <' t>r orlhlem..a I UenlorkTh.
    So far we are only picking a wln.se r i: S'MT!
    night. but ihey wouldn't come' ( our chapter' funds to take rare sugar Continue boiling until jelling dross ahd address is i : 2420 ire... T. \ ppnr..
    few berries and it breaks our all possible i Marif. Stitt. xxh..s rr.ul.n.. (Gainesville; :3iO t: : CcIFectSlarke
    '
    Let Thoroughly hearts to turn customers away with us. But the next morning', i, two requests made by the e point is reached which i is indicated Grove Street Richmond i l .i.l.Ill. st |IS. |I.lI : :. 'lull Axiiiin'

    they were missing from Eddie1' groups then any extra funds h\' flaking; or sheetins!: Tim are hereby notified. that 1 Kuni-iM. i'.ilir l+ "iiu.i or
    from our Roadside Market' ButIt : ; may be used to Milt for Pi\oroe has been are hi-ri-hj' imlifu'd that 1.12
    from
    help
    who i
    anyone' Fill sterilized' '
    pasture. so spoon. jell' fur I
    Wash Your Clothes we Mailed a hunt foi C' y'against ilirorie h. ..
    is encouraging that many people cannot : you in the above .. s l.i- n fil.+I .1 ,
    them and finally found them saf-" help himself.' E'er'f't'k glasses. Seal. fntirt and cause and you are t xi.ii m Ihc lime nalll..1: I
    and tell' that I .
    come back to us us and .ins- .
    people .md.ii
    come to our Red Cross Office quired to serve a of anD'
    I copy your .
    and
    sound ,
    in Troy Bennett's Trv this tart butte I. s 'rxi ,
    Toonfe :
    orange
    we do sell good! berries 0Roadside u ris pasture 'I for help who I saver or pleading to the : .1 "I"x .f roar in
    the by his home. Floy Bcnneti' | are not in these I which can be made with a mini-i nn the Plaintiff's..rn. \ T .' .f tin..r |pl.-:ullnl; t.. thi* inni.|>.liint
    Market by way. two ;groups' and I.audruin. I'l.nntiffs Mti.nil. T
    everyone the :Starke. 'I".ltta. .n.l I I
    For 40c! picking up quite well as more offered to help u<* by having Dor: doctor the I mum of equipment' Wash fruit, r ethr original in the other' ..f the: ( "I. L.iii.lriiiii 5 I.,rk... Klunil! I PHONE 218

    :i load them' and bring them bad policeman, the sheriff. j move stem-end and any blemish f.f the Circuit Court on or '( file' the nripmal in the office ...t1 I
    folks with our c.
    FREE Bleach If Desired I ITrraple get acquainted I the storekeeper sends' them' to our the lath daur !larch I'lr-ik. "of the Circuit rYnirt on
    variety of vegetables j where they belonged. and bt fore-1; office for h<-lp. These people' need spots Cut into thin slices or grindin otherwise! the allegation nt l.if'.r the :.rd: day of Mare COLONIALFLORIST

    I we knew it. Don had them load I Ie'I a food (hopper Cover with water Complaint will be taken as : '.Ih'r\\.. I till ,lllr-H.lllollv. of.
    ,1|
    a :grocei-v order need' "'I.lai"I xx ill. l.i "
    SUiki 1 fessed t.ik.
    ,
    Are. clothing,:: by you. ii -Is
    .1 i i and back here.Ve hate to be ;i and cook until peel' is tender I f"--,1) |,x' \n I
    need Thin
    notice
    medical shall
    Got some land ready and are I'al'e. need' tran'-por- be I ,
    1'I I bother to our neighbors but a:f about 1 hour. If you use a pre."- once earh week for four (' j This. n..Ti.i-. -hall I'e |1'11"1/,1| | | |
    'I all set now to plant a bag of Irish tattoo need' a job. need' a civil weeks In the Bradford e .a. h II r. 6 f.-i f..ni ..us...utixe
    potatoes. Put 200 Ibs of feitilizer' \ i jfar as we are concerned we did ervice form or a questionnaire fill- I sure' sauce pan, cook at 10 pound,< graph. County I ,. ks III tin Hi.ldfoT.1 I'olllltX T. I I'.-

    We Will have the pleasure of a little visi t ed pressure 20 to 25 minutes Put n.tt.il) this fish: day n f .'- ". |
    in the middle beds we laid out and: I! out. or need help in securing' a I' H,2 Par..1.. rlns :nth" .1 l.n ..f .I.iini.iixi .
    i with the Bennetts and did mee t birth through a fruit press or sieve to i FLOWERS
    then bedded over the fertih/er. I certificate or are (OFFICIAL SEAT.) A J 1 '
    up having,: I I'.I..1T.. F.: \1.\
    Dry Your Clothes 'Don's insure smooth texture \.1 T.I..H.T-.
    pretty wife. Clerk of the Circuit I
    Tedious job is cuttins up the spot ls. \ marital difficulties and through. |By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy | 'hIk ..f flu 'ir>'mt "ul'I" FOR ALL OCCASION?
    : the I : To each 2 of sieved :\1\111.. T !1"\1.> Mi"i' 'h1! I i
    i resources of cups pulp >
    this
    For 20cIn and then we'll plant in our patented I i county we 2 t 4t :J! I
    add 1 /I 41 .t!/:!:!
    Yankee method! Of course the reason that Comfort are usually able to help' them sol to ( cup sugar and cook rapidly I

    leis AutomaUDrier*! I busted out of our place 1 Las their difficulty So we see that I stirring constantly until desired In Tlir. I !in-nit I.owr*. Kichth! XOTICF. TO rri\u

    Our fine ml pullets arc j jusl t I becausf she i i" not bred and sh although we cannot always use consistency is reached It is best slat ItradriirH lr.lt= or Florida. la tad. Clrralt Court. Drnttawt C'o..C 7.
    t'Red Cross funds for direct to cook slightly! beyond jellins! nwMri In C.JUI... :. ... In 9 about ready to stall laying amI j i! was interested in correcting t hat assist- M.irx' C l: I r.sn, iM.iintitr. x- ,. \
    ante, our Red Cross :jpoint I (1220 degrees' Fahrenheit). ilux I. K.IS.UI. 1 fi-n.l.ui' n." i 1".1 I f'.III'r \\ .li\- r. 1'1.! i n.
    I I we are very excited' about it. Th'loggone < condition rive have made arrange!' moneb\. Shredded Order tnilollir. \s U .11Io.i. l II. U .,la\ 'I (I.'. f. 'nI
    t''! menus since maintaining an office and a :ork' pineapple may be addec: In Tlo. \: .. To, \pprar, i '.I,is,. :Nnolirr .; v.. ,
    -
    ahi breed mi. I( Tlu
    things have us just n t t u> her w hen 'and ,1. ( f pila :
    cooked with To innrar.Ti. DI other T. '
    ingredient.This -
    The Washeteria broke but'Ing feed! !too'i the ,in.} I she comes in next time to Da n ing relationship with other agen- is \ 11.11'T.. 1 T:. .. \\ II i! IL .u, U .' .t.t l al!I., -. \
    is ]i'
    a ',11 n !
    a'.. lust ..n' "t.l I ,l\; : il "l< 'I ,?, Sin! ling's fine Black Angus bul 11 I. des, is able to help more than 0111 lastrombinalion thai l .-1"!| sp' ,,_. ', ht..Iln.\ ,,., -III. )II. I 111, .. ,N TlY'"i TOTTERY
    charter everybody will like.mat' y., I .d. I Ii. I .1.\I u 1' It"I.IV 1 Ii.'ill.d, \ Mi:if a
    II."I'f.I'I"|
    responsibility. '
    _cart pI\"mg Hi'x .i tn" .1 I Ila> ui i t ,
    !'. For instance, in one day we I 'I! .- I ::11.-' ,drntd| ,'| .| ,t.ii', .l| 1 1I ..ill T tv II M h. I1.: ...t >. .I PucJ I JTTED PLANTS
    / r
    have had for fi Completes .F', .I I.' \1.. I' I'" C "Hi' ."IT.,1 .i i. "ill,01'I 1 r,1 r
    requests bed ncn] Train'uwPfc nl J. I
    ,
    t s : 01 ,, ., t. s. 1'.1 i I" r v
    for a sick school ", 'd.. : : I
    man lunches and 1'1"' I .J : ,",1, | r L I FLOWERS WIRE I IANYWHERE
    I \ ..
    !hive\: a :. I I _
    I I'
    pretty good stand of supplies for a child Garland ''
    and
    clothing Norman son ofMr ., I
    in our house pasture de- for a familv How did our Red and! Mrs L<.ami>n Norman of, !i i P... .., .I t. uul" 1 1 .. __ '. Irrt .., .n.. I i iit

    BEAT j THIS VALUE hi fact that the pullets arc- Cross take rare of these requests :.I. Miami, formerly of Lawtey, com- n r.II'II'" ", to'.I., ,, 01 .01 t., M.I 1.. '. ",'I, ',, "il".. '.. ', 'hll.j" 1.'Ih_''"" !it l ,ona-.t: tarkt' t!
    I 'd. Ii
    .1;: on it. Think that after We keep through the generosity I!! pieced his training at Fort: Bli 1Sci' ; ",. i J'I L. ,,-1 .\ f M Ii
    of I' ,, .. ..: I i,4 "-
    them off that the stand people in Bradford Cnuntv a'i I Texas and has been transit'rred' tr I' / of .I' I', i-

    ,\en better. stuck of used clothing and a warm ;, 'amp McCoy. WK His address: II \ II

    IF YOU CAN t t a bathrobe was found! for someone is: Pfc Gat lnna J 1 l'.AIIIAI.A . u. u. ", A u u u a uAlAA1+AAA d F.iA111 AUAAId h1lUAAA1i .
    X.nnii-:! ----------------------------

    a church missionary sodt'lv'a rs:>3063143. E' \' G. 7;'I\s ,\ 1.1
    :n-d of
    finding berries that called on to buy the' linens for the Gun j
    Bn.
    '
    Camp M! Cn\ \\ is
    nai > -ii mined by the lark1sr! sick man and to provide !school i
    \
    Sa'' hit'> one and hung it up on 1 lunches for the child and the !| of a man in combat
    DON'T WAIT ACT NOWCLEANER/ OKuecrow.' Don t know hownllJo'h school supplies were taken care oft (i stating that her small hl l
    good it will do but at leash from money given ill '. .
    by an individualfor very with pneum?pi 1.1 i

    >.t' !ione less lark. just such a purpose our funds we were able to! : .1 I I i ;

    On the other hand our Red tee the hospital bill and a'h! I i Sold 3 Gas Ranges

    1 'tiltivated rows of young tur.IIPS Cross received<< a call from the wifet it will amount to over' $'-'IIH .\tu! 1 I

    and mustard and think thai greater obligation does: our lied I

    have learned Cross have than to see that !th. ,

    nt .t: of one thing about I heated. Maybe he is life of a child of a combat soldier' f.. 4
    cultivating. The prob getting I t .. Who wouldn't
    !lent so far on cultivating smarter ? is aved ? : ;. ,
    0 :J'ounj: t
    ropsa- that we threw soil ufn So you are not giving to( Red l I

    Cross this ? Then' feel I believe in 4
    > r th. tiny plants; but this tim Awhile back we transplantedsome year you :

    ." us. .1 I a Planet. Jr.. cutter blad r rutabagas! and some people that you wish to have no part !in I 4 4

    '1 'i JUST.slices beneath the soil laughed at us for doingit.. But 1 assuring other men leaving for ; llClvspllperadvertisillg 4
    combat that Red Cro"s111 bereadv 4
    our
    I. think that it did a fine job 1are getting a very good yield '4
    and to take care of th< ir \ hit 4
    r r at think that it was not so bad I
    !I tin'n in time of ntedsometimes 4
    ; .t t t the asparagus bed cleansii :,, an idea after all (fat least for n_ i 4
    we hay.-I t., ,.1 '. "'
    .llIl! wonder whether to fer with such- 4
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    ih/t'i now or notVe know The old ladies in thi l.t\nii; ; 4

    i iat t .hould have been done las house must read the TtU-trui: ':. 4
    concreteevidence
    !lall. but then the ragweed :,, for ever ante we wrote thIn .'. 4
    ant' I :....
    ilogtfiinpl : were going to them < 4
    TANK TYPEVACUUM was so high that wtlouldnt put : < ,

    even see' the asparagti!. i! freezer, they have been 1.I 11\ c t!;., s nf 4

    MS Giiewe'll' more and more Th. .;; 4
    fertilize any I eggs \ .1 r.: r- #IICi-.. 4

    waI" we' arc getting more am d I up to 50 per cent prodw t I"n] s, : its cUit-tut f 4
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    mot. III'tht' opinion that we havin l well wait 10 eat chicken until !tN! 'co 4
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    <>' % ct! fertilized heavily enough stop laying. ,,, .
    :.J cr.- 10. your ; ness? 4I
    Andot when 1 .
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    you come to k u \ cue ons" this ,

    lULL CASH n ''t t the fertilizer Is cheap nnipanon i '' Have heard some folks pieduti t ;; yt'Of' .get them an :Mame I.It"t..> -y;: thr 1'.I"IIII.h--l 3

    with other (costs! am cold weather ahead of us. HIK! 4

    E ,. ush IS absolutely necessary if f some+ think that we will not ha\> : THE i .J I \t h :>;MITII of Central Florida (Cas; & Appliance ('0. is 4

    x t. aMI get' a good yield. any more. Just a case whenonr r his
    CUHISTI.S(1ECE of the handsome
    pictured ahm e with one : gas ranges
    $14 S t t mans
    1 guess is as good ac! ,2!( I O = firm advertised in the Bradford County Telegraph issue of
    rift
    old horse
    trader' Sam .. I
    f COMPLETE WITH :Maiieii I I some berths for orange anotter's.'I. 1' c Feb.' s. (her the weekend this firm sold three gas ranges

    S49.95 and :"ii.um' *. h. did net g Pt t We're cutting up our land now :t I+ that can he dfrectlv attributed to their ad in the Telegraph. .

    VALUE 8 in preparation' for planting. Have 1'f C +trn .fprred tl 0' f The.I"OW.: because; in all three instances the customer

    ATTACHMENTS :, r t w pup.'mQn $ the store DRAMATIC
    double cut the sedge-grass field : i !'aid'the ad was read before coming to -

    FREE ami j right field, but now have tr :'t Cv CI ape covers .he-the MONI-world : i K\ [IDEM: ( of 1 the effectiveness of Telegraph ad- 4

    2 YEARGUARANTEE 'lit the back field and the truck A v>,th o network of News t vertising.What 4
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    PAINT SPRAYER ATTENTION Lini'n: Tiouble is that even at I Bureaus end corre lp 4
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    For Painting, Rug .h..N !laic date were not !sure whereie II spondents. c; 4
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    Shampooing Deodorizing, If You Have .' going to plant everything I Order o special irtro : Telegraph Advertising Has Done for This Satisfied 4

    dxtory subscription' toe 4
    It trails hurt Sam's Scotch heart
    and Many Other Uses doy-3 months for S3 4

    PINE OK O' PRESS i" til- tip last year's berry patch: :t. You'II find. the MONI : Firm it can do for You and Your Business

    :f t 'I' it Contained many thousand- ,' TOR "must" reading 4

    TIMHERTOSELL o: beret' '' and cs 4
    plants even if they we r. cs necessary 4. 4
    nijoini: fur anything. r \cur HOME TCV.NPAPER. ." ----- 4
    Large or Small Tracts

    WITHIN 150 MILES ,< ..

    - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- We{ Buy All tues Aeje' either dun h "I.r x-? .f': GET YOUR MESSAGE INTO 2,000 HOMES IN 3

    I MAIL COUPON "vubb>iyi .maybe both) for w. r. hi .so"q

    I PAY TOP PRICES going to set out another' !*. OJ' _._-_.. -: 3
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    I ACME VACUUM STORES I 0 runner plants this year. .- .... -=...:.:::....... THIS AREA EVERY WEEK AT


    I s a Th ChriOn-: ScTenct Moro .

    I I 40S W. Forsjth St Jacksonville, Fla. I !Write{ or Call Have at last figured out how t, On. Norway Sf, Ewtoo i t5. MOM,V.5A : \\e will be dad to ,consult. wuhmi! coo< ;'rnm!! .vour id\er1isini; prU1! r ,tm nr problems 3 3l

    keep Finnegan the water pump rle wild ft on Wrcxucwy MOth
    I would like a free home demonstration at obligation oi
    no running He will go all right for tor ja Cfif, Tioo, -76 muck.. 1 enclos }3.i .

    I I to me. 4. I B.T.THOMASLUMBER a wh! 1e. and then he starts tr I

    BRAND NEW VACUUM @ $14.93; pump a.r; and the first thing we ......... ... .ur..rnt.lHNr, l BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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