Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 29, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03157
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: %4 I Red Cross Seeks r Blood Donor Drive Gets Fine Start

I Low Bidder

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_ Groups Pledge Support Blanding StatusIs
t tr $2,500 QuotaIn I
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1 Ellthusi.i.stK lespnn- "'h I h. All! t. Temple Avenue
i Ii! :t-J'r ,": tl:.' li 1,
part of all civic "r alllzatl"I1- ..'011 I ri. Ilq.: Will l Now
| t-s- : U 'Upt"! \':.Sf Clarified
I Iu Flash Drive racted was repoited yesterday by I!: by a
Jack Trawick. chairman of tin I by I-.t"'etl: tHi'-se and tech i inicians : Announced
'Armed Forces Blood Donoi Pro Only :3:, to 4n niiiiiit.of. IK.) t'uuU'! mt'"rmation
: : uii th'
?- Bradford 1 County' '* annual lied gram for Bradford County. time is required for the i I 'tatu01 I'aml'] _
entire I habilitation
r .' Cross fund drive ; The I't M Cragg) Cortin.i : :- projects was received by the Telegraph
((19.Y2 quota During the past week Mr. Tra process, and this includes t ti r >
the 1'
probable letters
; ( :.11 i from Sen.
i Polaroid 1-MK.ute Photo by the Telegraph $2,5001 I will get off to a whirlwind I wick has met with most local time spent in the ( > til with ahld.!f ,, Sessard{ 1.. Holland and! Sen I -
canteenwhere 197.1)!', Smathen-j. Both
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start Monday when the and has apparent low btdJ.'r! Senators enclosed letters
Junini groups made a good start Red Cross volunteers wit' to them t it> t
I Woman, Club will conduct a I toward the total number of pledges' serve light refreshments immed on the T. :nple A venu.- widening Department of the Army in reply to inlJu l'i.... fp-n '
HOW% MANY SNEEZES house to house 'I piojivt in Starke The bid concerning the
canvass of the necessary to be signed before the lately following donation was received Blanding work.

residential district starting at: mobile blood unit comes here Elks Clubs by the State Road Depart The communication, from T. A. ,
or on a nationwide mcale. ent Y.ninn! I I. .
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!I I! 6-30::. p.mThe i March 27. s ae, assisting in the blood Tuesday Personnel and Administration. Depart [ '" : ..'i,
PER FOOT ? The project consists : I' >' tlu A1,
!t SQUARE : Junior Club members have! I A total of 150: pints of blood i? donnor program and the Starke and paving Temple widening; stated under date of Feb. 21 :

I as their goal to "knock on every the quota set for citizens of Bradford | lodge l with Rev L. A. Shepherd a.-- 200. U S. 301)) Avenue ( State: The
from Call Secretary of
t door b within the city limits". andcontributors I County. but it is pointed out c chairman cooperating closely the limits Street tc the Artnj ha asked mr to .u'kn" ledge' n"n
is of Starke's fine nt'"h'IIIt"ltar
In the one a
background I
: \ distance of I recent lE'ttf'r'lIb
.SI j
with uhJch
who will that it will be Chairman Trawick in you inclosed .
t not be at t necessary to get develop mile. correpondru( from "1r

jt s< hool buildings.: home are asked to leave their contribution at least twice this number of i ing the program here All Elks It has not been I I Eugene L Matthews, publisher, Dradford (' Hini> T'I.,!:r.II'| )i

Is mud and sloppy ROO alxnit equal to that t I with pledges throughout the announced when Starke. Flo., relative to '
In the foreground) Miss Lillian Stumpat as many persons desiring nation are actual construction will I ( aiup Rlamling railhead faciliiv. 11"l r <

found! on a Korean battleground.) Stump's Store or with Irvir to give blood are turned down because to give a pint of blood or pledgee'I I In response to begin. I dA.

.. the .un Iwgan i Robbins. of medical able to do thatthen a request by 3'
afternoon chairman
This picture taken Wednesday a county of th" reasons ( high get a substitute delegation of Bradford

to peek out after a Meek of rain and cloudiness shows a couple I(I fund drive.i blood or low blood pressure ...tC.1 I t I to give a pin*. f icials. headed by Sen. County of fla.'ed on information pre'.cnthavaiLable. j it is lHlie\ed that) < i..<

slime, while others t i \ B. The casualty list from Korea: The mobile blood donor unit wil'be Charley E: tracts for the (construction. of the .
of first grade% {Undents( darting through the I I Sett-ell chairman of the : Johns the Road Department utility \ysteni. road s\sinn"
t I I Advance Gifts Division .'. haalready demonstrated the the USO in Starke on March I day agreed to Mon the railroad "'pur, and the telephone and
the aflflOUCeeceipts
wait timidly before taking : 27 remedy telegraph building/ III
drastic need for 8:30: a.m. to 5:30 be
blood awarded
school is [ of $125 through Wednes : by ourarmed : p.m problems appnixinuitely March 10. .
entire play area around the primary low 8fl'd t An enthusiastic presented in connection 1952.Bukfgrtttl ;

for several tla 'i after. rains. Children cannot liekept t ay. as follows: Florida Bank at I forces Mr. Trawick said. I planning committee With the widening of Temple .
stands ) Ave
water costs
"The of
I St rke. $125; Slade Gas Co. 1 seriousness of the world meeting was held in th<- nue. This will the faciliiie* n> be constructed
$100 I i are as lolli'vts
in school rooms all day, and have to plough' through) this t tnW'S ; situation in courthouse Wednesday include it is believ Jtilit .
$25 each from J. W. Andrews. general is evidence afternoon e d. extending > sjstrm f2.9l5.000.00
to reach<< the cafeteria come hack to sit the rest of the day Irvin Robbins that our government should build; with representatives of many local age underground drain L Road Msieni'
D C. Jones. H. II from the new 2aO.X>0.0 shoes and socks. Wednesday. some of the small Imjs up reserves to be organizations in county jail to
with. wet 'I Adams. F. F. Stump and E. L. used in the eventof attendance."Let Christain St. and Hail spun* SCO.flOO.Oii
through the wettest part of the t : national attack." me urge able-bodied extending drain
taking delight wading Matthews every
were / : $10 each from E! I I man age structures beyond the rail Telegraph A: Telephone bid);. 27300.00I
grounds. t Rancho Motel. James T.001'1'.1:: ,I I :Mr Trawick stressed the fact and woman in Bradford road east of Starke so that

Since state money is appropriated to schools on he basis of Ben Suslow. H. L. Brownlee. an Iit], that donating blood is a simple and County make to telephone 74-J or 72-J will flow into Miner Creek water I uish to iMiint out that the Department nf the .\rni>' u ill. nn

dally attendance, the M'holll1'111" suffers an actual monetary Edward HallChairman painless procedure that has all appointment" to ,give:: completion of the nlxne rooslmcUon, maintain this lntaIlauu'i
iii 1' a pint of blond Chairman Trawick
lass when children are out of school because of coughs. ('ullh.or RQbbin announce' I harmful after effects. All healthy; said. "When we make mill small caretaker detachments, and will onl)' utilize this in
!sore' throats. It is eato imagine how many dollars these the appointment of the following ] men and women between the ages we shall try to stagger then McCarty Slated : stallation' in the ..\f'nt of mobilization.

pudiMes, of water have cost the county: M-lmol system.The I sub-committee chairman: (.. H i I of 21 and 60 are eligible to donate in such a way that no donor wil i \ our Interest in this matter N "sim-errly' appreciated and I

nt't'll"m..ntar)" school buildings are t'\C"l'lIt'nt-lIIu.It'rn. t I II'IIplanncod. Quick. Hercules; Wm. Siprelle j if they weigh at least, 110 pounds be put to the inconvenience of :: To Speak Here trust the .1.11(1\ Infonnation Mill lit"( > Katl' factor>' for your
Humphreys; Capt. Hatcher N'a-1' Those between l IS and 21 I"ng-I 1 PC"'M If I l be ,
waiting We will inaj of further
'\ well "cl'lll'IC"CI.| [ Hut the unsightlj grounds are a may try to keep avUtan, please call
tional Guard: E. I.:. donate I if thev .ir upon me
> .scltMippoitingmarried time
distinct c..1\\ hack.The I Ferryman., consumed, at a minimum D.in McCarty
courthouse: Mrs. Herbert Green member flf| the armed I of Fttaiidulatt Pler.1 S .
t Sc hoot Hoard has had the problem under consideration i making it :as simple as possiblefor > for Governor
health will
clinic: F F Stump. post fur "- "r if th..hI\. } th .Mitt'i1! bu-v : .speak
for some time, but 'so" far no solution ha. l been hit Portions office i itueiit" take pait m i herWednesday.. The District Engineers office .
upon. L. in Jacksonville ', .
I ; Gibson BHS: Mrs' MUSI in nt 1 ;pa i < Iif.i 12 i at: i I e T. .. ,
,. __ i\ .111; -1\1 i t- 2:30: .
of the l elovv the le\el of the surroundingstreetK ". LL& p.m. accordingto yesterday that all design
grounds are I '- '"J.It'TIJlIl.; Uig LlaU: Jame> an an.nouncl'mt'llt work on the Blandm/: pi.-. ] is \ui i ,t

and adequate drainage presents"" many problems. Parker. Brooker: Mrs B Perkins 'Ut"B Johns yesterday by Carl complete and ready to be advertised. The enmne, i- -t t "'.1.! h"\ .

In 'he meanwhile, coughs and snwes continue to cost our j I Hampton; W. B Sewll. spena1 March Of Elected It is ,expected county McCarty that chairman. that they had still had no "go ahead" from Wi.h.iiz'i.);, ): and il "

schools .plenty of dollars% in r.ilnt'atht'r.. Sifts; Ann Hume county colore1! at the courthouse he will speak funds had been placed at their disposal for the BlaMlirvonti: : i .
schools. but exact I lo The
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: cation will be announced it would reqnir., t i d i \ < ,i n i :iom r ih< 1:'

"In'iew of the continuing need! Nets $1,226A Head Of C Of C Mr: Johns has also called later the contract was let to complete the work on unl.ii.: ,'II itrr :-\d,

I BHS Cagers Now Participating of world Red I hope Cross that throughout the <<: meeting for Tuf'sdaylight i MeParty -, electric which will be reconditioned and installed compleifor r. ,

everyone will March 11. at 7:31): o'clock instant use in thease of future need The railroad .
In District At Beach contribute in the and (t. :.i i: '
Tourney I Bradford County generously so thaf hv the net! ''tt ;Si; 1 :2267.: :! \\ a- i i.mei1 i H i :\ 'I l K .l.l\ i Uishop: II han- ('ourthoiisi-. The publiC' is crdial l ; and telegraph: building should he completed 111 :i mattei I "i t I .
mav reach it* ombined diive.s for InianI itivi ted. the
: i Iii:tfl flf( I ihi Starke t (Citv They considered, it unlikeU
I that
quota early in the drive. Chair I I II I ti L- I MI,'ah inoir I ihi .
This week BUS i is patticipating 6IS for a sis I"unthi Brad f"l 'l: 1 !!
opponentscored points in : men WoM'l': I i hi' "'!nl'1'e! ..
Il ,
I naverage a1 Robbnisiid. \; County during employee of the Starke Telephone "n ('on-truit Lilli uoik .i' :ai'nil' '
in the district touinament being 41 per game January according -:1 ]
I Deputy
Phyllis Strickland was th* i to an announcement yesterday ( 0 was elected president ot Registration

held at Jacksonville Beach. Their year's high scorer with 300 point '1| Guard Wins 92-40 by George Kopelousos. c K.MVchairman. the Starke: Chamber of Commerce Officers Named : Strawberry S Sh Deal At A
first opponent is St. Joseph of St. StandstillAs
followed closely! by Mary Frances ;
; Over Lake Citv I at trc_ : annual election of officers i
time 9:15 I
Augustine; game : p.m., 'j The I
Ha zeu with 253.-- Next year's''I schools of the county ,vc, ? T following

Feb. 28. prospects, al'p'Pry bright (Or a ;I Wednesday Night the 'hief fund-raisers. -ounting: held 411 the chamber office at 1 ,ion: officers were deputy appointp.1 regit.r! Rain And
in Cold
The varsity boys were for 5158.63 p.m. Monday. II| Spoil Fruit
eltmtflatgo od t-easoh By graduation, :' I of the total. Xext i in ]Lawtey.: Hampton daiiam, an.t
,d! by I' K. Yonge 46-33 la-' The SUike National line cam1 the Denver R. )Devrick
Coach; Bishop loses only PhyllisStrickland. : Guar< I houp-tu-h. usmi- was elected l[Jrooker this week by Sup. rvi"rRegistration
Thursday night in the East Florida -I : basketball team i!! ass by vice president
for won a decisive the Mothers of the trade if
Returning duty Maiv'i on group: A L for Str I au lier r'i' ,
Conference tournament held in |I v'kln"WI' the I Crosby i :n'd.I I) .' I II I ;, .it6; fin;
N Polio
G Charles
will be Mary Frances Hazen. Jim :' Tank Company netting $317.69. Contri ( Hardy was elected treasurer t:he purpose of making i' morelonvenient llndfot I ( '. "//r'1\! 1".' 'to i ,
Seabreeze gym at Daytona Beach. I : from Lake City in the butions from : and Mrs. Marian II 7 10Kel )- H ]1''n
mie Moncrief. Jackie Tanner. Aim : Ar'j the bu.->:n'>'.s dis rict Howe wa" { for electors to halt t this 'a.'.-k aa result i ot
rter .
oni > 1:> ,
The tournament was won by fk-a mory hl're't'thwsday totaled $224.83. re-elected I IS : (10 8 tit
Crosby. Carolyn Kelly. Jimmy night a while con: boxes secretary.In :hroughout the county: i tinned rain and coldOnly
breeze I seven times conlcienccwirnen Cole Elaine Crosby. Jeannette I I score of 9240.Eaves garnered $17295: The I vit'of the Lawtey F"7 :None
liirthcliy expanded activ- George R.jirt at
over P. K Yonge. i I Ball .1 14Srates passed 'through Total hipment for ie 1 \\ ,
Blount. Janice Daubr. Ella grossed $116.15.vitn jities Robert
Mary and StoreHampton
Dj-yden continued U-. expenses : of the Chamber it was deemed : the market from Feb. 21 throughFeb. }.tx crates for .<
Arthur \Winkler veteran forward : T urner, Jackie Green. Agnes: I I be the big guns for the local team' of $70. A collecti:: m in: l Mr*. ['.-,HI H-nne. 27. bringing :1.\ '
to a dalla"t'l reived $1 't
neeessary enlarge the Board I J K52 >
of three years' varsity play Lawson. Frances Douglas and I I with 26 and 2;) pointrespectivel:'p: the Park Theatre netted {21.93.! I i.i I it Home's Store of $5 S4 to $8.82. age
waa selected' by the coaches on the Marcia Kay Hazen I i for the night's wo.k. Clark fob Supplies cost $18.50. i of Directors and the following new Graham Mrs Ethel D.npsey.. At Plant c v. i01 I "

all-conference ten. The -ill-con Coach Ingram's Junior High I t 10'I'dnth 20 points. Other mem, Schools reporting !10.' March ( directors were elected for three- I it her home ., Berry bushes are showing;: an.abundance ed MS pioh.tt.il I |I' .II' larIlls ?

ference team is selected' on the I team has an enviable record o II:' bets of the club are Ingram.' of Dimes were as follows. year terms: Buddy Bishop, Ray Brooker R A Cot.,,,,i afPoison's of healthy bloom with when hall i :1. i:1! 'I.i i, ;' s
season's play. and Winkler ha? 11 wins and only one loss for theirj Dansby. Priest. Chitt .. Crosby: I White school Lawtey, $34 :21 Et odda, Cha-. !I'artin. Denver Dev ( Store tinued amount of green: fruit (Con the market th) ,II' 'ng '
been valuable team member of Colored ri ck. J. E Wall Jr.. Hewlett S. rains and cold weather p*>r;M! A.'u r i_' 1" ,
season work with one If and Williams school. The
j game Davis and Hewitt : Lawtey. S2S I 10 I registration offic.m' 'ii,'
BHS because of his steady floor g o that with Gainesville! High's ,, were high scorers tr t h.'isitor:;? I Starke elementary and Badford 1- Anderson, and L. D UnderwoodHoldover ('ourthou.se will b.- op(-n .':t'.I h d.iv before however has caused fruit t.. I i.d t I"j' !. r It .\I'! .!. -' ,.. II ,

work and good! rebound playing Junior Team: an outfit that BH-I: with 12 points each High School. $214.36 directors re-elected luring the em-re: month of Mar..h I I,I clear l rap"nmgIf skies. cnntinu- "l-i-! -..' ave t 11. ': 1"1"?

under the baskets. In regular beat MO last week. I Hampton white for three-year terms I; \ny elector | over the weekend there vvil1i 1 It' ..son \ i> i?I' ,
school are Carl I .
j{I i The local team was eliminated! $5.ti2.. : filly regime;: it tut be a fair .
reason \Vinkler 16 S Hampton Johns. K. L. i supply of fruit for loi ,1 'na!I'd > 7 .II o.
play scored The Junior High boys scored! ]I| early in the AAl' tournament colored school $6.9.;:,. Matthews and Chas. (ourthoiise or at any of tn,. <.r: her demand
points and was a good play maker. 197 points for a 41 1-2 average pergame ,, Brooker white school $18.10. Shepherd. Elected for two year I daces listed above dunn Minii ', Growers are advi-ed t r. 1 I'1? stla-vl.r.t I i 1"1
sponsored the
by Jacksonville .pick
The girls ended their season'play recreation Brooker terms on Tuesdays and Fndiv 11'11' ,' ,nil.! 1.'I', ,1-,
Their opponents tallied >i department this colored school.! $3.09 wer.Guy: Andrews. W. T. "If you hasnot r' i'st".-1. : until ,
week. volume .'
last Friday afternoon, squeezing total of 281 for a 23 1-2 point. ,,, bt'ingthoroughly : Heilbronii Springs school. $1840 Jackson. nobt'rl' Barksdale Ell'ct'l r Iease do so at the earliest p. s, ,i increases < i .5 sirn I '" n,1! 1// '
defeated 90-6., I .
by Lake City 53-52 in the last ;: K J ed for ., I The sun came out bneflv ailm, t ,' 1 h f '.
colored .ible date (
average one-year terms ; dnesdav
per game. Stanley Clark by the Faron Six of )' school, 5900.I were: W II. : at the courthouse or any I .. .
15 second of a close I'xdtingamt' K with 127 points. ani Sidney Jackson : Tuesday night. JRCkso'i)1I'j Sampson City school. $12.32. Graham. G S Newcomb. and J.Ii>f the' places listed ab.\ e." SIIJ/-T. i iisor afternoon for the first tim. "i', i o' I 1' i II< "

Th. score was close) I with 92 )led the scorers. an lead I tJ'1: I Lincoln City colored sclv .1''. I F" Roberts \' Crosby said j i since around noon. Friday of la-1 th..I.,.." '11'? '.
early and the ,
throughout the with t contest wa : $6.33. I week. The Jacksonville 0 'I.i I ,i. .n. r !II', "< '>
game onlya Clark. Jark;.on. Akridge twins.1: The If there weather 1
I ne't'1''t'ry close. The Fasron, i iI new president announced are any (|iivsti ill!iH cor, : .
few points ever separating the Elder' Bowers.: St ickland. and')I team consisted of several form Pleasant Grove colored .,dwol 1. that a board meeting will be held "'eining your status us an el'-c'or. bureau said this was I the IIIl1g i'_- cr r'v i.. i. ",. i ii Ii
teams. Mary Frances Hazen sho !,1 $1.SO.Mr. ( sunless period for this Mil1" i .I.cIhi .
try out for varsity competition Illeck I- |'college regulars. within the next few days to r ill at the Siip+'rvt. )r'-i of ti.. :n area sm< e
the Held goal that gave 1311[:: next season. Returning Kopelousowishes plans for the make lie 1''lIrth'lu..eIumphreys I a similar stretch of bad "'.'ath..i ]f ''" '" I II, II". \ I

victory For the season the ,girk:: for Juuior High play next year The local team plays Co G of his appreciation to to express forthcoming years work and the I'n November, 1947. "I .If th." ,. eavltn''

won 10 and lost 5 Gainesville\ here Saturday night everyorrwho : ." .membership drive ''It ')/I--IL/| |, > "
They will be r. The "
games Glen )
Reddish. Bob Eaves assisted record of sales,
in making tht drl\ t' 1#.:.. 1 H Officials J' on the Starke
scored 861 ( : There is no admission and local I I wa.;()n Will i i.,. _. h.in -
points or an Buck State
averageof Gill. Randall Davis, Gu? a sin 11 ssNational Farmers Market for the past I Iweek
54 tans are mged) to come outIII! FFA NEWS i last year rr fi./.
points per game Their Kopelousos and Billy Harrington.!. .. I 1 3ack From New York: is as follows; .
enjoy the game j j J 1'3J dt'hll" h. t

4-H Club Tin- Future F-ttnieis: of Date C'rafrti Kanze :\":. .
Sacrificial Blood Sergeant Renfroe .. I r E C We. h.'i i J Ir nd! J.hn Cetweiltr Feb eompetitr. lit
I Week t -a Chapter" sihnut; theh'v, 21 28 590-)040 882 to fMIIiMa.t ,.. .
Sen. Pearce Describes Observed Here in? D both of Kev.stone1 'o!
To Be Topic Used Back From Japan n'port : Feb 22 80 4609.30 7 M reached its peak<<
At I II I Purposes Of Legion March/ 1-9 ha- "We have sold nine oi I'\'t\ nllr"turnj from
Presbyterian II bieu it< M<. da.s o-i :1'gth>
; e annual met.'tllof the Amenan
Sgt. Samuel -
I Renfroe i is for a total GI Bill
enjoyinga of $209. Guidance
National I-H ( arid Available To
At 'Illb'p k bought Vets
a :
leave at the home of his Tuesday iidj I 13 I'! Industrial Mining and ":mn-
more for
Chaplain Leslie A Shepherdwill parents.County will be celebrated $186 Neil PrinKi,
by 1-H '
I I I girls and | n association New York j Veteran, of
eenng in
Commissioner and takes Bradford CllunlI|
Mrs L. fItS
be Ju'st preachi-i the boys all rare of the hoes I or solving their '
nStaike State Senator Bill over Fbo' ida I Or" of !
Pearce of : ahd; the I
Presbyterian I iitirc' tuxt I i i L. Renfroe. Rt. :2. Starke. afterthree Putnam United States. advi.s Mm., our Hereford COhas 't -.ilf We'I I Lj At the convention they joined I Ilrt't' who need assistant in obtaining: : problems This flee s. I
County was guest speaker >i 'n-0- .,
I I other officials f !DuP andie
Sunday morning and announces : years service in Japan. thy t Ross. now have five cows m i benefitunder dUtII'| assistance to ,
at the local American Legion meeting Home f) t'nt! ,ition I an-) t.-c bull the GI Kill may re erri.ice.ve | ;
as the sormoj subject. "The Bo! >d I| At the time of his return to theStates Tuesda night Agent.In ,I We have three agrn"utit-| :, < ITper --.-. : ..!. Humphrey (,>,, I C. "rl'| .:' fr-- ; expert guidance from veterans under the r'l 1 I''
I he > I" 'it.n--:: i {?ap.'t on tl T'i I K: !I.::- Jack .
!I was sl'n'inas daEat'n
> Covenant"The
: our a laboratory I It cational J Train,1
Message Bradford ColoR .... < H- a di t If j' i "
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nil deal with the central emphasis ,'. technician: at the Tokyo Speaking on the purposes of the 160 4-H girls doing: ..lub! w.irk Ihif< ft. ferent project as .1,0...s 1 T. flt i.mns: "r>er t.">" ,d t.I "-' ( cwk., Assistant State Sem Of-I ,,tvP, ,1',1,1. .,

i>n the blood of sacrifU" in thei: General Hospital in Japan. Prior Legion. Senator Pearce said. "The year. There are nil'' ( build a eopt'fl. 2. T. h>i.id>f ., '' ,''!.<'?t "tS't' *. r r I'M' or.: "
Judeo-Chnstian ciiltiuo. and alsc I] to that he had studied at the American Legion was founded upon of these hold th'i1regular; lubeight: club place fOr t'ithog} : i ido'n: '.i 1 T"-! :< i- .- I' : -' 'c' ""r .' v-.:' :,1.i! i'- r. | ''? .,. "

on the tremendous$ bearing of the j Osaka General Hospital the same principles and for the j meetings twice a month: crete trtnIi- :3: >IT.. dear ( I o'f the rmrv in I e'.;t't.':>'t some of ,;,,"k for the purr"IIr helping: 7 ;1' offi, ,. of four IV" S. -

i I same purposes w hieh for one I acreor t'i. p."-. ."' T, T. ''' r t'',' -. 1-r ,
subject on mod-rn life with were set i ,I hour at school. One dub of olc lcrgjrs Imd fot" Argentina Bahia i 'JP'; .ri's.| |1-r'1"| K :Jl f | T>]i>rril, ,r. -
forth by the Founding Fathers of I ; '\ -" t' j : ... .
t' I' -
'1'- r- ,
'eference. al\>o to the needs of: RitesVednesday meets twice a ;month < n Saturday ; grassW :.. ii m, "i I i. 'III :j ;i, '
the -
American Defense. J United States The Lesion .. ..
I > b..r '
1 For Fred morning in rl'e coin! : tWO- : !II;' i ,, -ic: : -t' i :
Mr. Sumner has faithfulh served these ideals These tt :.a ,', .th! 1// NEW FACES STEER
Shepherd state%. 1 should girls recen''y rorrpl'ted!I ? i I'I '".fHumphreys- LOCAL FIRMS
.h ana principles _.. ..
its -
like.t'ry nuuh to interest many vrUJt.Cl in foods ... .
moie i Funeral! services; for Fiel Franklin ; having j r-T-T 1 -
I '
people in t the proj'ct to programs and commissions. Serv- ; many delicious dis'ieThe! -----..
procure a Sumner 50. who died! :Monday It.. to the \ Office I "

Urger number of prospect1 blood morning at hIs home near Starke. to God. Legion isfirst, service now ready t ti> tall 'it '!If'lr sp-,ig:: Maintains
donors in Staike and second service to country." s sewing: Lead
: Bradfcrd were held \\Vdnvsdaafternoon I, :

County The opportunity t<> give at t 3 o'clock! in the Olustee Baptist I It The Senator stated that over the To celebratt. thii i I"ffl1al! V 'ntI In Bowline: Tournev j

ot.onea life blood to Sv-rw or save Church near. Providence with Rev. door of every Legion Home there I medals will be avvai '*s 'o !six < ut --- -- !

ther lives is clearly a religious :Mr. Williams officiating. should be a sign which says 'I I, standing girls! on .'n k The! offi rea-r h. '1.! tji o' "" I''

;>rivlege and even emphasizes the I j "Through .these doors pass the fin-;: fully completed I 11 ,: year 5UP,5'I:'h. T h.. s.., find straai-' \' '

words of our Lord. "Greater Icvc Interment was 1 n the Olustec e-t men in the world. Men. who : BiOok.M eirls with tne h.-l'i of tl1 ie Hun p'uevs l Oi i I t tll" : I ''

Jath nO man than this that -i man ,' Cemetery under the direction of: ><:have served their country theIr I l.-.al! leader Mrs l'V to''urnament' now ur.-l-! \-. .1.. '; :-

lay down his life for his fri."ii 1 Is.: Key-McCabe Funeral Home. i| Sen. Pearce was introduced by 'yi rktv ,',111 put a .>:.spn! ft" tr.ir *t incklands Landing c\'v -,-. ... .

The :Mr. Summer is survived his : State Senator "':"rk:1 i i '.01 a'' -tor-v. ., n es dav and "
Presbyterian Young People'? by Charley E. John :i; ; \ 'ir xt Friday ns.fice II

Fellowship meets at 7 1'.11f'ach L parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sum I' President Designate of the Florida eek ofFieeert average to date I" s, A

Sunday evening and Sun-la f i ncr: three daugllt'rsIrs Louise i t i The Lab team is currewith a. I'

School is at 10 a.m. All are welcome !I 1 Muggins of High Springs. and Mr... I Senate I j!! : AddressesUI p an average of 6n6n. '; I A
Lois (
to the services of the Church Wainwright and :Miss Patrica Other distinguished guests were J. Shannon still h..Jd11'. I

I j Sumner of Starkt' four son!'. Representative Doyle Conner. a i Rotary Club I fo r best individual average '.\ -. ,' ,j 1 .M.nu .

Dewey Sumner I {' f is 3.> and E. n Fox's .
Oakland. Calif. delegation from the Palatka I mdividua.ime
free Bread! : I Legion A C Fiegert of the Keystone i S ,: ," lit- F I). .
A.C. Sumner Jacksonville I score of 183 is still t<>pmking Key. new n.uii,.' 1'1 I. I. '.,1 t ,0 lit.
There's Earl ; and )post including. Fifth District Com- ; Christian Foundation. Park of thr ra Fox also holds the best ly 't't'l'? t'k n-irn i of StarkeST ,i local A &- l' ->?rne here from M.i ii Mallnrvf Th<,.-- .

a coupon in this hu" of and Jimmy Sumner of Law- I I mander. Bill Dunstan. Palms. was guest speaker at the ,, .. .
the Fifth Dis-' ; th: ree-game total of4 S2.Shannon's >' t' f-1.; tjr r i, '. r- I.- .'. I' 'at

of bread Telegiaph that's worth a loaf tey; three sisters. Mrs Ruby Walton I. '! trict Sergeant at Arms, FreJ r, Rotary Club Wednesday telling 33 average number m;sh.- -' th.-'] :...' tixiil' r ,' '< i' 'Itur HF.I"-. .

to any reader Mrs. Loca Bell Gibson I the story of Solomon from the of, strikes still to Cr- ," !tft: t '.. H. ,
and holds ,
This I.Chancey and S. L. I good, while; -r' r. -a.--: :. '.. '
weekend Sotzer's Store 1 is: Miss Doris Sheppard.j! Bible to illustrate his point that R F ht. .''... Iy
Sumner r'l St .
(I of Jacksonville t Chairman of Chitty. B. E. McLeod. and !; !1".1? : rxe aiv i \.i| : :
offering an extra loaf of bread tc','I and four brothers the Department:I worldly possessions; are meaningc. J Malone are tied at 3.6 all for .I. E It.fadIi. : ?'"- '.' ne | I': I: :n.. t- :.-.I'' iL' 'F \ .."!1-' I" :
Arvin I te .
Sumner: Americanism and Affairs' less if the .
School spiritual side of life '
th m T".r TiForn.. Iwir "
buying one loaf n\'iIle. I highest average number of; : tr.: paMarys -

regular price and < Aaron Sumner.Starke { Committee. '! is neglected. sp ares erl l ly' w.ta M-.rt.;' Th.>il-- I'. Fin; j Ltrll.l.:.,;. J: :..... ,j u; ;:, former.:> i

presenting tI e Crocket Sumner Tampa 1: The The speaker \introduced byFI"P..mtn The Ari ::nenm.i'G "H his w.fJ< an j Ga .
< upon trom the evening was concluded uth I If is now in it? new manager of the this! for l i ha'i! He aol

Telegraph! and Wmton SuIV.atk.t! : : : :, >v.d and t .tertainrnent: Register! 'r' who had t'ihar I i- '.\ "..k nf it, 14-week du-a an i d d'-fue'i' r Flop'!! ...:)v tte: Hurt Ft. ri.tur5: -" *r<. in Stark* are I io<'a'.-I-! .j i 1', .\

I :.' 'f I t'li! p' cram. t. Si:u ,.t-.t! I" '''!;: \V.-r: i. '.'. .:: hlldl II, n.....,. ,


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rnID.\Y, FEBIU \R1 !9 ,1"-,

poitation of pupils. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT j I I Palatka: Mr. and Mrs. Johnny r I orrirE I
Telegraph The Rio'Dale surriJES I .
Bradford of the .
County : I i Jenkins and children; Peter and! 1 > the all. ?'
Children's Bible Mission, was al.r i ..LTI id I \ will! 10.1
I LAWTEY% Jennie Lou. and Cheri and JohnnuRedgtiive \

ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L MATTHEWS. owNER-EDrrOR with us on Wednesday and stet. all of Jacksonville. I Im.\nrOlm V t. ..t.r! n >tf.! 1 t t'1' a 11 t ..mtic u shall '
( n.
an interesting chapel program L. II. rutthAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAXAA TEiJcnAriiorii : Tuft ir li'Vorf* has been f il.. Entered M Second Mr and Mrs. O. J. Anders "n ieain v, i 'n the aboranu'd the \s ,
rublisliecl \ -
Every ma i'1-o and .\-1 r T..j"graph i i
L1abSIattt'r at the Post ; L Office at Starker Fla. Lord. i ii tertained on February 23 with a >: i: inIMTII ., ,' ..ii i -. : t.' .i espy .r niir are ;11-- 1"1, '

We have at last planted all the :i The revival meeting at the I birthday party for their son Gt o In Circuit ("ouU, llriir..rl ('"unf,. tt T "r,. p'f, "(i1. .rR \to. 'f't-.' \ 'J'1'>'loJ.t I.'.] t ,-'

Member I 1952 shrubbery that Edwin Fraser sc 1 Faith Baptist church w ill close rge William Billie,) who was ? FIntlda j-".l ,:.. In ( hniu-rr. ,. I, ; t i d'i sI (OFFICI.ti.i'/ \! ,,
j tonight Friday( and all i' ,.. I'. I Cr'rh. "f !'"
7 school. ) interested ,. ,
kindly gave to our There 'I years old on February. l.'fl'. r: tt!\ : I. !
'' Tu .
are invited \iprnr. .1 I.1'I.. \
air two large red cedars four persons to attend Those I i' :
present were Donnie and! I 1-
Subscription $t.75 Annually fcggP' *IJSO For a* MonthsTTTTTT ligustrums, six formosannas, six I been this service. Much interest hat I I Ronnie McSwain, Wanda and1Vayne j -
manifest throughout the
i buxifolias two pink orleanders, serv
i I Wall Maxine and Tommie i iI
I twenty-Mx formosa azaleas, and ices. Last Sunday a basket lunch I! Jones, Donald Thomas, Gerhne
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT eighteen President Clays azaleas. I was enjoyed at the noon hour by i Blount, Jennie Lou Jenkins, Cheri I Fed Hot Week-End Specials AT

.. those present. I
Also a a special gift Mr. Fraser '
HAMPTON and John Redgrave. anti Jit'lonHicks. I
STATE FARMBy sent u- a beautiful: Sara Frost ca I St. Clair Harley of Heilbronn .

mellia. It is intention to root spent the weekend with relative .
By :Mrs :M. C. Sweeney our Games weie pi. \.j! : -'-

Mrs. Bryan Whit field cuttings from these plants and I i in Lawtey. refreshments w.. ,, '. 1 i 't

1111 UI'lltIrah11111' MirksCharles give them to any of our parent i I Mr and Mrs Freeman Starlingand Redgravtr.d: Ht H, "..

A I'I'Uridf'Lunt'heol1 and Joanne Dykes Hicks who want them. The seventh and son. Rickie, and Mrs H. C. assistus \liTo \ ,',
; eight grade boys did a wonderful Harley were visitors to Wa>cross
announce the arrival of a daughter -
Thursday of last week Mis. J. job in helping Mr. Bedenbaugh Ga Friday of last week.
Deborah Anne, on Sunday Ref ere
G Godwin entertained at a bridge with the planting and in arrangingthe Recent guests at the MitlioiiirPaisonage S
Feb 17, in Alachua Hospital, Mtsfy of
luncheon. Her guests included brick around the flower beds weie! ;Mi' a.o.d! :\1 1'Lt.t'r t0
We hope all of visit our school! ... '
members of the State Farm Bridge j I you Bu -ard d EI"; t' \\J "

Club and Mrs. Nt-lle Beavers and Celebration i and se how pretty the flower- |I gun! .1! R Waif t' F .
Benny Jackson celebrated his .
Mrs. E. D. Williams who are visit I look. I IjMf-t-t '.' M I \ V I
10th birthday anniversary, Mon Dryden' and Mrs. Alderman .\'101. dill "
Mrs. \V N. North and Mrs. Mrs. r s m.'i K Uv '
ing Ftb. is. with at the .
day. a
respectively. L'I party represented' school at the \1 1 ma :M' F. Chapman '
home of his parents. Eightten'thildrt'lJ I .s
Godwin home wa the setting fort P. T A. council in Lake BU'H: I -

the occasion. The hostess enhanced occasion were Benny present brothei-m-law to enjoy the Tuesday night Feb.. 1C I II (JuantiU K shN )Ke-ent-d. I'rici's (dood; Thru N.ii .. '1.u't'h 1
its spacious beauty by placing: Thrir were 63 ot out j HI" 1', ..- ----:-- -
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Bert
lo\vly arrangements of azalea! thou ui our teat; hei- in, t .itsi :: II'
Finch, of Gainesville, assisted in
and sweet peas throughout the the \11' SlInday.PINE Tropical
entertaining young guests
rooms. At noon a buffet luncheon I
I Seventeen teen-agers gatheredat
was served in the dining room. I
the home of Mr and Mrs Lynn No.
The refreshment table was overlaid
with a handsome cut-work Hall on Tu.day evening Feb. 19, LEVEL 2 303Stokley's 23C

to celebrate their daughter Lu-
cloth and centered with an oval cile's. 17th 15y :Mrs. H. M. :M('Rae M
birthday. A very enjoyable
flower holder wherein a dainty .. __ ..
A! .
time was had by all. I f/flllpfr/ -="- H' -
figurine nestled among pastel
Mrs. Di M F. Haul of I I. -ui.s 'uu
Douglas Hardy entertainedwith
Colored.wet peas interspersed / pgplgP FinestJUICES
tot Ky. \\'atht- guest sl".k.\ n "
a tiny birthday
r with lacy fern In the games that party. .
followed Mrs. North received the I honoring her daughter, Diane on morning and evening -eI\1 :' <.
her '''Pine Level Baptist i '111'I\ ; Orange C
Contract prize for high score and1 i fourth anniversary Thursday, 46 '
Feb. 21. The little folks : Sunday night. oz. 1711
in bingo Mrs. P D. Fancher and! enjoyed a Grapefruit
Mrs. Williams were winners.. j merry time at the Hardy home. We iccelved letters ft I'1. < I Can

Mrs. E. S. Sibley was hostess and Edwin McRae. They m or Blended
E. \Yilliam |
Mr. and Mrs. John I ,
to the Woman's Council at her,! Japan and had a great il.i\!
and their son, Clifford, of Montgomery ,
twc home in Th(>res'ia, on Thursday gether, hadn't se''n each otm i -Don't let i II) tO out ...lolJ"nd! nevi tms atv.i the "ASTUH" '
Ala. accompanied by II SWIFT'SCOFFEE
I afternoon of last week. a long time.Kenneth '
friends also from Alabama city,] match dial, till afire:
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J ''1 Mrs. Donald McMahone had as? : Thomas. of Bniokei.is
were of h"i
Iialtit and oarele- in.iti
I I Card.lJhlJ..in<; u-1 "
L. Williams last weekend. recent guests, Mr McMahone's untie Sunday guest of James McRae.

Friday Mr and Mrs. Seabic and aunt, Mr.! and Mrs. Er !I I Miss Marv Lou Alvarez of Jacksonville cause more than :10,000 fires a year. JEWEL E L Ld.umt

Mucker Carolyn Bradley) movedto 'I. nest Amory, of Grafton, Va. I and her mother, Mrs. O. Protect jour family -your homeChaperon -
at I i Little Carolyn Ann Simmons of: R Alvarez of Vanderbuilt were
and now
Jacksonville are
I I,I I Jacksonville, is spending this week i I, guests of the H. M. McRaes Sun your cigarette!", ".< '
home to their friends at 1526 Cope- 1 Pieoi.e'IbCtn )
land Street. i J i visiting in the M. L. Watterson day. 'I bi% Pennons size ash tray ,I/'11If'm't
home. number of people frog'Pine
i Quite a
Margo and Mike Barkley returned let a cigarette full off lh/ >'
1! annua'meeting
I 1 i hind New s Level attended the
to their home in Jacksonville : '
I 1 I Last Wednesday really had at the Berea Baptist cJgf.Put that match out
after having1sitt'll. ,
their Sunday grandparents, Mr and Mrs.i i|i a surprise visitor. All the seventh'! church in Jacksonville Friday, and

!1 I and eight grade pupils were in the I church at Johnstown Sunday aft
W. G StringMlosince Wednes ,
rt'adinglaboratory when a strange ernoon. H. C. \WALL AGENCY

day.Mr. I 1 I man quietly walked into the room. i Rev. and Mrs. W, E. Hallvi." 1
and Mrs. Bryan Whit field] Ib Can
had Miss Lou Gamble of Lake Butler .: Imagine our surprise whtn11's.. recent visitors of ther son-m-Hw\ IM.KASK I'HONK( : IIfi l i 19C
as their Sunday supper guest. ']I Perkins said, "Children, this i iMi i--, : and daughter. Rev. and Mis J. E r J'l!. 3 59C

Thoma I) Bailey, OUr StateSchool Murrhee in Hilliard. >j'JY-oo\\
Lt and Mrs. J. R. Jones and -
their children of Jacksonville Superintendent." An anuis Its been raining out ill. I ie sim "4. ( tln..1111\ 't'n It III t I 41 1 t'lf' __._. -. _
ins moderna.s that Edwin| last Kiiilay\ so I guess tilt t 'iinep|
with :Mr. and Mrs -
spent Saturday -- -
Johns the pi evident of the eight will soon be planting their dld"II''. Star Kist Light Meat
P. S. Rosier. :
; grade, had written *o Mi Bailey oni and other crops, and the la,!ii." \\ t r! ,
After an extended visit with II /
i, TUt'sddand naked for some information plant their zinnia seed i I''>. .
W. N. North, MrsNelle '
Mr and Mrs F
I'datlto thr tian flower show this sprit; ___ II
Beavers returned to Her TUNA
----- Chunk

home in Tallassee, Ala. Sunday.Mr. ."\ y Tin29C

and Mrs Jimmie Bradley, ; $

their little daughter. Gloria, and ,

Mrs. Audrey Silcox and her chil .
dren, Linda and Larry, all of Jack Vita Foods

sonville were Sunday supper guestsof v

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley .....:.w.... ..... .,..,... ": ../,,' .
Mrs. C. F. Edwards of Miami ....
who Is nOw hereith Mr. and /\!tit.X.;. JELL Y21b.Jar25C

Mrs W. K. Feagle spent several

days during the past week ui 3M '' ,. .- ,
Jacksonville as: the guest of Mr -- ..

and Mrs. Walter A. Carlton. Mrs.I ft ; I
Feagle accompanied her mother

to Jacksonville andas there ClELERd E Stalk 5C

fOt the day.Satuiday. 1

and Sunday Capt. and jen 3 \.tw ,:

Mrs. J, J. Sunsen of Tampa were ;, ? t. Ma iirown !L i!. )Head- .... J. t7;
visitors of Mr. anI1\lrs.. O. En- : ''I > /'tft rf

gram. Sunday Mr. and Mrs En-1; fw. lb. : 0

gram also had as their'Mr. guests ; ti 1 .;i ta tyt LETTUCE E 10C 'f.;

and Mrs Charles M SJ\yMr' .t..a..wlit of equipment, e H; o" .'Qf t o /

of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Snyder ; euratria and trim t* iKuu -''.IfJ Fresh _
irrnjnt makriui
Were accompanied by their' ...;y+ly............ '" ''
visitor Mrs Ray McEntec of New! RROTS16ohs. ._
York City who remained for aweek's + T t r i S 15C

visit with Mr. and Mrs I _

Engram.In m ;j.
Ma ..rOn Ht-d Blis..
celebration of the first birth a

day anniversary of their young ...

son, Steve Ervin. Mr. and Mrs. M '' Ranging Tom 11)1', '> I'l." kiii' 'o

E.: Stafford were hosts at dinner at Me.. Illlln IVI h.ni lens I Ii POTATOES
4 LBS.29C
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1 \i
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"i .1 t \ r. "i i
their home Sunday: Their guest ,
\ il II ,
-.r JIM i > I -1\ 1
\\'ereIrs.. Mamie Davis of Sand 0 .,
} oa 1
eihon, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Collin N

and family of Macclenny and '11 '

!Mr and Mrs \\'. A. Knight Mrs '

Annie Tl1fll'ntnn1111; Donald Staf LAM B Boston Butt

ford. The traditional cake \vaficed : Ford Trucks for/52

in pink and white and toppeo" !i ':;&ira

with a tiny pink taper.
YlmOiy Townsend and his son,

Tucker, of Webster. Charl**'

Thornton <>( Dade City and Edwin i are engineered for modernI lb

Townsend ot Hawthorne visited j jMr I I"I SHOULDER 59C ib.

and Mis Dave Thornton Fri I l 49C

day. |i :. low-cost Speed Hauling. '
1'.1;. I .amh
Mr. and Mrs. Jack N"elon of I completely new engine1; .! New, -hurt slri' ,V-1

.J3ck+Ot"ilh'wrt> visitors of Mr- ';I design means up to M' :rse piston travel ,
and Mrs. R. W. Brannen last kut gas is saonfi.fd to engine (notion, mor,' P lb. _
Gas savings up to 14%! \uw t'"n' .r" 1 1-\ T I' }F .rd Tank 79C
ekend deyl'IUiYiwl J p,,wt'r 1> i ''till'*. hu<. 'u..: p \\ UCHOPS"
E'UiI: nil fiber "i w ,ir -I. a, d{ i eIlglllt.,- <(< )h l'r .t'ri':-. irl\S','r i0mhtilacranLrluft .
If you have a news item please ,: Nt'w Ford Truik.for '52: have what it ,
new 'n It' t
End Cut
tion. You get tne 1NIw'nC! that's: tailored '11'11
tall Mrs 'llItfit'lt! at any time \ HI"
to beat Ford's
during tht''et'k up to eleven own impressive exactly right lorour. job and all

o'clock Monday. morning She will 9 VVMNW.1ftVMMMMVM(UC>t WPy WWy V* l yl"<| nvords for low running costs! Ford Ford Truck engines_>s give you fully- .

appreciat.ill son.il item about ,I' S-S\ ivonomy advancements like new Low- proven Power Pilot economy! 89C PORK CHOPSf'ia"E

State Farm residents t-- FRICTIOX engines bid to knock your per- '
1 See the new Ford Trucks, nou' And

Men Women i mile running costs down to a brand-new jsoe the Economy Run BOOK too! Check
Sickly l low! Tests show that Ford's short lb.
>\, new how little it can cost to run a Ford Truck Ib 43C
And Children stroke high-compression, overhead valve in your kind of work! S E W V! 29C

Do yon feel bad so weak. si, kit! ii \I Iw LowFRICTIOtruck engines can save

and run d i"n'r.' vial can hardly t.v; .you as much as one gallon of gain, -,'(1.1! Come In and see us today! _,.. .;0.'___ __ _
on yourt 1V restless ni-!

leave vii !MUMP! .In.l! miserable uu i Superbrand Colored Qtrs.Margarine.

next morns t, n you force yourself -rAHnw

afterwards0 to eat If then so feel give miserable INNER- Ford Truc s for 152 00

TONE a chance to help you. Children Ceuriw Cutlom Delivery! &\ <' tt b.I"J 5 LBS. $1

also fall prey to rundown citnditums pntig nsin- -< lor Pixs-d-hauling hustlt
and become anemic the niak, tnori trips ptr da\ With StrauS r
HO-h p \ !S or Fords new Mileage Mali 'r cost st IIIeS9 to run
lose interest in school work anddon't .. ., I
lni/ -hp Sn \ mi f { "nvnuoiul OHM r .
eat or play like well chiUiroi ,.at exir.. atet Ovvrdnvt or t rdomatu Uni > t __ _ _ _ I
should. You owe it to them to tr\ "
Superbrand Grade "A
INNER-TONE with its blood building Dixiana Frozen

Nature's iron, own vital herbs.vitamins INNER-and!I I ANDREWS MOTOR CO. LARGE EGGS STRAWBERRIES

TONE is reasonable, costs only a

few cents a day to take. Don't let ,

yourself or your family go on suffering : I Dozen
get INNER-TONE at 51C oz. Pkgs. $4.00r
KOCH drug store today! Feel fin.toi1 .' !i Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 118

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TTTVTVTTTTTVTVTTTTTTTTTTi day night. They always have hllII < aft-teia: Thursday night .. h.rui I' the al e.iTiniis. .,( -a.,1\ t'Itarlr. !S' ilil'n-it. eho'r r' *,'hlo"l in nt.:\! four a.rkiy i I"',<. .
made t'.'iiiplaint. will I.. taken as tn-' and add.-- i' ''.rni "K'li- P. \\itn.-! ii> ham and) ..'f .
were TO set
these parties when I can't att'nli.think HElL BRONN buy a 1'f" f-d by yni ,II h. u-''. APP No ".TI.! .ate i.f I'.,*t- at Stark, Florida, tin F. !10: t. .
Kevstone HeightsBy The Life And Times I they all believe I need tr :| : ('>clop-da and new curtain:1 This notice ha1lIt'\ l publish' j ma'tr. San Kian< j".n.. .'altC..rnl.L11 in:.;.
get to One. I agree believe I Norman I I the stage At the cloe of the 'onre eachye.k for f..ur c..n'rci-; \ "" art' r. iiur| l f.. ;tltI'| | ar onMan lUKKlCIAI. si-: \1.\ A .1 T'
Of New River By Marian iv" weeks in the Bradford OountvTelegraph
McDonaldThe A' CleJ t'f
Sara raid '
I .
aids that might refreshments of coffee hi I"\ :" !in th. .iI.\' n.im.ilCouit
get some ,I !Icy MytiiT I'.jiv.r. 1'tfiutj <
Jessie Lee Lazenby ole mother nature. cake were served hated Oil nth day of February. .iiul "Ill-". nhtitin! pl.i'ntlff' Martin .1 P..arl.1: :; Ci.ni"ltttiiUtinp. .: '
improve over .
115! k ilivi-rrt' '
Irul.1'" Coiint> ,
Ja.-kon\'llr Fltnd..trts !
Community Church Women !I II Just wait, 111 get to go to one yet. Tho-e from her" attending t Everyone remember i:.me C m- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas. TVlt-triaph\ hall publish i th'* < 'nl'':r fi.r i'if : -; <

will observe World Day of Prayeron I Lester and fable McCullough : Bi-County Council meeting Sunday. By Myrtle Clerk T. Deaver.of the Deputy Circuit Court Clerk |I .!.-..-..-.-..-..---..--- ..-- .-- ,--.--...--.....---- .--- -,- ....
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Friday, Feb. 29, at 7:30 Eddie and Delma Peer and and children, of Caraway visited jMable's j 2/2: :! Lake last week _
A has been arranged.The pm'l daughter June of West Patterson I Bufler were -NOTICE AFPKAK I l
program parents the Ernie SoutherlamU > I iTs :
bruit ,
Mrs Ancil Norman, Mrs Cunrl. llrailfiiril County when
March of N. J. are visiting Delma's parents, I
regular meeting I and the Peers Sunday. : In (hnnrerv. Crrditxr.t and ltehtorsTfl
the Church women will be omitted Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Soutl1c>rland.1! I Sapp, Mr and Mrs T. X. :-':orman.Ir. .-rinr T i! Fonnie Crews. Jon Lazenby and :i ) and Mrs. L. H. Futrh and MrsLouise s' Frank A (Catanzaro Notice is hereby given t.> all r..d-I| I GAS I
since the World Day of Prayer is They plan to be back in New Jt'r-I I I Rhoda in Live Pf-fendant Car No oo SSS3 itors and claimant- :.ic.iinst the I think :
Mrs. Dowling were .
so near the usual meeting date. I sey around the 15th of March. I Il Crosby. <>l Ire To \pprnr. estate of Homer C.-i il Hover t" file I of
Oak Saturday. their claims with the County Judg--1 I I, SLADE
Catanzaro Jr.
l I Miss Marian Noriuanvas ToFrank A I
Dr. A. J. Holl has accepted a Dempsie and Margie Sapp's new:, .hose r."idfnl'fan.1 a.ldr.i i'> : oat of Pradford County. 1-b.rida. duty ,
call to the pastorate of the Com- daughter was named Deborah Lee. I I Joe Lazenby moved his regularweekly night guest of Miss Patnca \\' 'It'I\ 1+'-th !-Ir.: ..t. Apt 1-H. x.-n' York sworn to and within eight cal.! .ml.n.. ]I t Think (If I
munity Church and will take up visit home up a day, came lard of Raiford Tuesday night.Mr. -. New Yi.rfc. month fr..11Iht.. > 1't publication .f. /
will !1.
Don't think sister Kay is too enthusiastic I this noti or anl '
his duties In June when Dr. Far- about the little arrival. home Thursday p.m. and stayed and Mrs. B. J. Eggers an YOU for a'T>i\or.-e hrt.v and notified restoration that of auit ,barr. d by M.itutes ..f lnnitatMabel ,,"* : I Our service includes either Butane or Propam :
rar leaves to go north. Dr. Holl Friday. Had duty Saturday and 1: children of Jacksonville were visiting n nam has been filfd Lilly p.n\ r.Ex"'utrix I
Perhaps if she had been a brother !;" you in the above'' named Gas in tanks from 5 gallons to
has been living for some time in 1 I Sunday. I relatives in this com..1Uni .. and i-ause and you are r"UiT.d :I! 12:! 4t 1 tIn II gallons. .

Keystone and Is well known in the Kay wouldn't have been so peeved.. These rains are going to wash I j over' the wet-tend. to. ;'rvr a ropy of your .anwer tin-till (.....1'.. until fonl'stunt*.I I I
I I Minnie Johns and children spent r.r pleadint| ) :: 1'h.* (' !11- ( lindef installation with
community.The us all down the river--which already : lilt 1.11 'lie I'lunl'ff'= \tt"rn '. Florida: In rhancrrj. } any :
Ruby Gano and
the weekend with ., F R E E I
her IM.iintitf \
parentthe \ I T ti. I' l I' 11 I I" <" i s 4". ( "' .1.1!.t i; !H..t\
second of the series of Folk I N. A. Conners Midway.. I looks like a lake. werl''isitlng in Gainesville! :: t",1, ,'.. Fl' r IL! :a''d' f.-" : 'he 'h.." '" ; it-\ lt.-r.i .nl.int.i Range:: purchased in our Store. I
,, \ '. V, x 'yy '
Dance classes was well attended Reddish Andrews has been helping if'n 1 -i M. It. 'I'h'! I !"
i Rev. Wade C. .f t 'h c Muter or 1'iilillintliinnil NulliT In
Smith of day.Mr. i 'i.i
last Thursday. Someone lost a with his farn, Nom, . : It REALLY I
Floyd Wiggins and Mrs. Marklee li. ( \' tpprar: Mntr III l "rloI" 10: Pays to Trade Ii
Dam N. C. rendered
string of beads and someone losta the Sunday I work this week while the latter ''of Hampton were guest: ; of I iI
sum of The evening service in a most unique ii I I
recover their money. at the next manner" He illustrated the has been hospitalized. par''nt! Mr and Mrs i Lerfn' N !i Men's nothing with SLADE 1.\< ( '( 'll14H t
property story Charley Welch planted 8 acie.of .' rn:HI Stilinav 1\\\I\! ALVAREZ' ST ORE 1111 I .
or Established 1894
class or by contacting one of the Abraham and Isai<". in stick yellow Bantam corn and nearl': TT\ i I !Hir IJl:
figures ,
committee. The next class will be he called "Jets. He
'13 acres of okra. If he dne'-n'i 1'-t Hi ('Ibr .1111 r T A 'II i - - -
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Thursday. March 6. Some changes originated these little Jets as adeviation
mind they'll be coming up on thi _
will be I
made in the arrangements. from his usual of -
way kt.- : j- \ I--1JiiiIt
shore of Mexico if this rain
All the younger: children will be I j telling his two small daughter: 'P'" _,_- _"' _
Ion. 'll wash down X
The seed> AI
grouped in the lounge under the Bible stories 35 years ago. They .
direction of Mr Taibotfs! ( became I River into Santa Fe and thenn
young popular and soon the editor -'
assistant. While the children I in to the Suwannee Whff ot p. .4
are of the Sunday School
Times. \
quick to learn, it is impossible for | Philadelphia Pa. was attracted By out into the Gulf. I '
\Vrnelle and Anita Moodyi 1"I
them to dance in the same group | these little Jets and he asked Mrt I
from Lakeland last week M 1'.J n
with adults. up
t Smith to illustrate wt'eklfor I
Mrs. C. W. Dishingervho has i('the paper he has done so foryears. I ling Veinoil's mother Mrs. Fr been staying at the Inn last '' Moody While they were hertthey -
spent Too the little Jets found
week in 'I' purchased another Mercui CALL
Jacksonville with
son their way into a book. These little ,,
CV Dishinger, Jr., at his Mandarin ,. Jets were simple little stick in Gainesville. I DELIVER l '4
E Ep
home. In'ariou Well folks there i>n't nrn t' h 0" STREET
:; positions as hf'1
till it and p- .4
news quits raining pet
Miss Gertrude Houer has as a: told the story. It really made an
I pie can stir about. Tractors bog I. ..4pp.
guest Mrs. Williams, who was interesting illustration to all a j
Miss West before her marriageand I am going to begin to use es'l!,,j I down and trucks won't VPIi; tire i : \\ E KESEHN: 7'tttlltlGllT TO I IMIT tjl VMTllN
out so "That's all she wrote'Refinance :
was a teacher in the Keystone.1 them more effectively in
I my
Heights school during the war. teaching. I've II
I always used them I -- .. ,- .. .. .. .. .. .
Mr. and Mrs. of little but Your Debts -- -- -' .
Hugh Cameron a more as a lesson in -' --- -- .. .. -- -- -.' ..-.- '- .. -- -. 0- ___ _. -__- ___. __ '_.
Mission Hills. Pittsburgh, returned art than as a helpful means tc' With 20-Yar-5: %; Inten.'tFederal "
from a trip down the state to visit ;
making lesson "sti('k. Land Bank Dairyland Colored in Quarters
Mr and Mrs. B. H. Rose. Mrs. I ;
Floyd Wiggins has had a few
Rose also has her cousins. Mr. and '
( days in Alachua County Farm Loan ;!
:Mrs. Paul Conner of Ellwood City.'I '
I At this writing he was planning oncoming SEE !
Pa., visiting with her after a tripto Ice Cream 2rts.29c
South Florida. Mr. Rose is still home. He seemed to be R. W. 1JHYAN OLEO Lb.17cSetzers

improving after his illness. He I having trouble with his side 622 N. Main Street I!

enjoyed the cards and flowers from Lou Johns entertained friend Gainesville Florida i iThe !
his friends.Mr. with a Peggy Newton party Fri
I. __ I
: D. Baker (Uncle Dave) came
: Breakfast Cup
to Keystone last Sunday for a visit i
with his daughter, Mrs. S. E. Ken- Western BRISKET

nedy. Mr Baker will be ninety- ,

two on his next birthday, and he ; Time Has Come

says walking has got to be too :C 0 F FEE LB. 63C Beef stew LB.Armours 39C

hard back-yard on him golf so for he the has exercise.taken up for Us to. Choose .

Mrs. J. H, Grainger mother of ,. '\
Mrs.! Scales is visiting her daughter v
= -
this week. She has been ill.
F M. Walrath. Sr. was quite ill "We must make our choice between Armour's Tenderized Picnic

last weekend but is improving.Mrs. economy and liberty or profusion and

Robert Jackson spent four servitude. If we run into debts we must be

days Lt Robert last week Jackson with her, at husband Camp taxed in our meat and drinks, in our neces PURE LARD 3 PBS.4Qc: HAMS LB. 33c'Golden

Stewart On Thursday they celebrated sities and in our comforts in our labors

their 10th wedding anniversary and m our amusements. If we can preventthe

with a small party at the of- from wasting the laborsof = ...- """ 7.. r.-=""" ,,, ."'__ ... .... "., ,. -:< __,"""" -- .-- ......... _--
fir r's club. On Saturday he left government

for Camp Stonoman Calif. From the people under the pretense of caring I Rose, Plain or S.-R. 10 LBS. 25 LBS. Sliced Rindless Breakfast

there he will go.overseas. for them they will be happy."

A Founder's PTA Founders Day Program nay of Thomas Jefferson made the above state.

the much meeting interest of wa the ro-esented Keystone at ment warning over 150 is years today ago.! How applicablethat I 79c

Heights ITA on Tuesday. Feb. 19. II I

lr Wm. L Mu ser pave an enlightening -, \ I .m-=>.<..... ....."" ......,..... ... .--..--'" ......"" ...... =,.1 __ __ 'JI"'PY""", = "-___ -
i talk on "The Beneficial -

Aspects of Physical Educa, Already We have Lost Many of Our American Sliced Bologna Or Assorted

tion" A skit entitled "Parents Liberties. More Will Be Lost U We Continue to

with A Purpose" was enacted Ask Government to Do for Us What We ShouldDo

with Mr Robert*. Birne Mrs.Jackson M.'!. the L. founder Sibley as Mrs.portraying, and Hearst Mrs. for .Ourselves! t .. DOG FOOD 3 Lbs. 29C Cold Cuts LB. 39C

co-founder of PTA. Others taking

part were Mrs. Harry Hughes Use Your Bank Champion of Your Li1Eljes.I ( .
Mrs Everett Fox and Mrs. p. H.
i Haskins. I
Fresh Caught
Green Shield
Mrs. Gornto explained the purpose
of the Founders Hay silver +slip

offering fronthis, which meeting came to Mrs over Ray$14 use.t FLORIDA BANK at STARKE1alwIaf Le.

Lbs.29c MULLET 1 9csErco
Mann i is to be congratulated for

her fine work as chairman of the .5

Founder's Day program. ll/enilur Jlorula LjrouitHERE'S
During the business meeting the Me.teca

nominating committee reportedthat P _
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Mrs Fred Gant had :. '. : : ;_. .,. : ', .. .- -_ .' _,. :- 'L !
.. .
accepted the nomination as vice : .._ -.3f ._ __. ._ ___ .
president and she was duly HOW..TO RE-ROOF
Dewey Willis as spokesman for FROZEN FOODSSWEET

the City Council, stated that he .GET NEW SIDEWALLS FOOD SALE

would be unable to get a resident PICKINS BRAND

patrolman for the traffic crossing ON EASY [
at the school. The State Highway JktfIjftIIaI4thI)

Department clocked traffic and I CUT BEANS
informed the Council that there
10BROCCOLI 111'. 'PhC'.
was not enough to warrant a stop CUT GREEN BEANS
lisht. The Council is \
trying t
get a deputy from Green Cove r. PORK & BEANS 300 C C
10) oFordhook/. Phg'
Springs to spend three or four daysa V wf t r l c
week here as traffic officer at KIDNEY BEANS LIMAS
the school crossing. I
The Ways and Means Committee 10 ()/. Phg'.
chairman Mrs. P H. Haskins, ,
expressed SUGAR PEAS
appreciation of the members BEANS
for the excellent cooperation ;, 10/ oi kjr.
at the food sales at the REA z Ii

social hour was enjoyed with ,
11 Ol. I'kg.I
Mrs. Harry Hughes Mrs. W. J _

Siprelle. Mrs. P H. Haskin"! Mrs. 1t
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H. Q Hall, Mrs Everett Fox. and ; _*1L-

Mrs. C E Mitchell as hostes*es. I J4. r .t.

Beautify and protect your home for a small sum pay I I II Fresh : F R E E : PORK FEET

1DINDfti able monthly. We arrange payments to suit your It

needs and you get the work done NOW.A I I

leaky roof is sure to cause damage. Avoid costly t : MUSTARD C This coupon good for a loaf HOG MAWS C

trouble and make your home betterlooking .with a I of Setzer's bread with the I

colorful new roof. Added insulation will cut fuel bills. COLLARDS BACON
i New sidewollj, too, add insulation value and beau purchase of another

tify the appearance of your home. I
Use our ABC Budget Payment Plan. ;

We offer the people of Starke Payments to suit your income t t C

RUTABAGAS : 2 Loaves For 1 12 : BACON for

a.nd1rinlty one of the roost ,I BOILINGLarge

modern and finest equipped" ONIONS I I

welding shops an), hE-reo I I L8.
White or Whole heat
All Work Guaranteed
TARK&BUllD Bunch I I

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R5' SUPPLIES --- '. -_.'_;.
.. a
MACHINE SHOP BB s a -- ----- r' -- --

.l S.A.L. DEPOT CJ&i** 45 W''' .. .
Temple no. Starke ;
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.. nU n_ "11 11i I Manez Dodd Becomes Bride Of Dan Priest 0 J. Phillips Home I S2500 Smith house have you. got -glad- to see Charles Shepherd back jug Fridays .1 lilt Son \'

In Lovely Church Ceremony Last Friday Night Scene Of Enjoyable laying around that isn t in the job after being hospitalized Starlings!: .
u t giving it to the a couple uf weeks says hi1: Seems to >. .
Red 1 Cro.-s all in one chunk wi'!'! ; '
i Family Gathering -- doctor has
,. given order that he's j yo'! t'.,:
I save the members of the Junior .
to work ,.
"night (ar day"but n t fie uhuth ,
fit'.1! I Phillips entertained Wo.-ren s Club from to '
having .,. .
t # t gcfrom !h: w.i-s trying V .1.\ "' y"\: II 1
.' '. t sji, nd the day party and door to door Monday evening sc'i.s s ee Ruby Crosby, tuim I regula.: .
i!:t' : .i.u ,J.iiii. at the Phillip:1. around 6-iO: and canvasingthe 1 I
erly of Green's market now work I' .
: in LaAtey Sunday in honor town for that amount gm
, Gladys :Mooty
Phone 35 .>! ii" husband who had a birthday generously as the gals are doing r-, -------------------------------------- ,

m. 'iitv this week. About a good deed for a great cause.
: . ., ---, ----------- -------- II I : : relatives were petty thieves that ,, you
DP -' !'it to enjoy the occasion with have been infesting our town relieved ,

Florence McCully Priest-Dodd Wedding :Mr Phillips some of them coning .' Lloyd Green of his jt-ep I I i THE LAW (PLAINLY l SAYS :

early enough to spend theAeekend battery Sunday night seem
Entertained :
Weds John R. MoonIn Party \ Out of town guests included the neighborhood has been missing I In case: of accident if \ou have no insurant> ,

Home Ceremony After RehearsalMr. Mr and Mrs. S. W. Rich lots of gas out of cars, and SR ,.I :, put up cash bond for damages or quit dri\ IIi:: :

and children and :Mr. and IrTJ Johns' store was entered twr See I"'s For I His; Saunas I InI.IIIHLl1'1'

Miss Florence Linnie McCully and Mrs. Dan Priest were : c. Phillips of Tampa, Mr. and MrsE weeks ago only took money .,I : I IXSrilAXfKJ. : : \

became the bride of John U. Moon. honored Thursday evening of last H Hilliard and Miss Gertie Milliard from the cash drawer betterbe i ,

in a candlelight ceremony performed I week at a lovely dinner party I of Valrico: Mr. and Mrs. on the lookout folks Itwon't ; 0. (Jerry) Gay Insurance Agency :

by the P..eL, A, Shepherd given by Mr. Pnest's parents, Mr Don, Empy of Riverview, :Miss Jc be long before Lt Robert ,
Thursday. Feb. 21 at fight o'clockin and Mrs. Clyde G. Priest, at the 1 a 1t Ann MiLendnn of :! Jacksonhips t .
Penney Farms ; overseas heI t 1 116 \, Court St. Starke (Phunr 7Ft ,
the evening at the home of the Brown Derby. The party was I It' :Mi ,lid| Mis James Phillips anr.Mi "I at Camp Stoneman Cain now .
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bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and given following the wedding rehearsal j ,ind Mrs T F. Redd and chilIn I 1-
Mrs. J. P. Roberts on Eighth of the honored couple who iIi'J' ( .n uf' :Macon. Ga Mr and MrOstai !' TTTTTTTTTTTT T TT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI

street were married Friday evening in : W / t< Cattet Mrs J. Norman; C,. ii I t'\LlF H'EBEW; :

Miss McCully is the only daughter the Baptist church. .1," ; : :Mis Leas Carter Mrs. Myrt". ;?;;., Ciijtoiuors"Corner: : i! Heads \iCJ

of Mrs. Linnie Fogg McCullyof The bridal motif was attractively .' ... 't lie ia-k.ii-( end Mrs {Chailes Gas- LETTUCE 2 1 3

Starke and Mr. Moon is the carried out in the table decora .of qi >. k' I.- II it t \\'oCJdlawn.l1s< Debbie 1 E ti '" 1 4

.on of the Rev. and Mrs. J. Moon tions, with handsome arrangementsof t( I'hia.p!' :! s Maxville.,! : Mrs Alice 4t
1 1I 1t I C ;inrl., hi'II/ 1 hnd!
of Jeffersonville, Ohio. white chrysanthemums at the 1 J nt, Theressa, and Lehmar r !" ( .RKr.N TOP :
double ring ceremony :-; : Ills ({ai'! ..
the Miami
Preceding bride's table and yellow thrvsanthemums ii' in Because! of

a program of nuptial music at the other table. Dur- .. 'h. bounteous picnic dinner; : More than{ anyoro< the Bunch OC 5RELN

was presented by Mr Lemue' ing the evening the bride and I .' it .\ I is to have been !spread out C store) .lame"r;i M. : : )1II \I:1' \I/' .- CARROTS "7 4.

Colson, pianist, and :Miss June bridegroom presented their wedding ,. '. .in the lawn was served in- ,I/ ..\\: andlllt''t-I; '
I 4
I'atel, vocalist. attendants, and Mrs. L. ACanova :. hilt i !.-t style. Even the bad \ u'c stands i for. --- 4

The home was beautifully decorated and Mrs. Lex Green with i i ,tint the crowded condition i i C H'.s thento ..". \ i < ; 4KKESII

for the wedding service with -. : !h.. it did not detiact frorr 11,1. -'I.t Lb. <
of remembianee.Enjoying
personal gifts : \\ hat youv.int!!! I,1 1 Ifi ,
of white chrysanthemums 1'\ -it, association C'CABBAGE 4C'j
i family
arrangements 1' I the affair were members t ., 'i t /flu/( i"I /1o /liff / >: ,' it",. 4
gladioli and fein placed f q.t -. 1 th. day 4
of of the wedding party the I (Photo By Bullington Studio i /IIQr'r'< 'fJtt/d/ //, ;i against a background magnolia I bride and groom their respectiveparents Kiii mis! "i11': Phillips will he i : /Iilff./ 4

and hay leaves The improvised I and a few close! friends In a lovely candlelight :,service with a silver punch s-i\u ,. ,it t cue interested to know that he wentto 4 4

altar was lighted by white - performed last Friday evening in table and a crystal punch serviceat Tampa Wednesday where he I C If you haa .,,!. on. :. I Ears
5JT- Cj
tapers in cathedral eandelbraBurning I i the First Baptist church, Miss the other table, of which the expects to spend some time taking; j suggestion' eun a cnti-!: ;; CORN 3 2

candles placed in silver McCann-Knight Manez Dodd, daughter of :Mr. and bowls were surrounded with medical treatment. {'Ism, h(' 1be\ "all ears" i j 4

candelabra at vantage point Mrs W. J. Dodd, Jr., became the plumosis fern and white camellias and he'll do his utmost t ti'< > ;. 4N

throughout the rooms, opened en bride of Dan Priest son of Mr. j. flanked by burning white tapers in 'Nora Lee Prevatt : please you.: That's part
suite cast a soft glow over the and Mrs. Clyde G. Priest. Rev. I tall silver holders. Mrs Lex I his Job When he can IlI'i | ,i 4

netting. L. D Haines officiated at the 7:30: Green and Mrs. Van II. Priest of Weds Wainwright ; you it's the part he likes ln!i ':

The bride was given in mar- double :Madison presided at the punch I\ most. 1 i. 29c'4CUSTOMER i iPascal
Jewett C Fogg i o'clock ring ceremonyThe Mi. and :MrJ. T Pievatt, Sr. '
riage by her uncle, i chancel of the church was bowls. or ORANdKS(; ;:;
and Dufont Smith of Jacksonville I announce the marriage of their RELATIONS -- :
the guests at the door
with Receiving
decorated palms
beautifully dauhtl'r.ora: Lee, to Earl :
MaxuWaiuwlight _
/ 1
served as best man. DEl'T.A&I' : ) <
branched candelabra, in frontof was Mrs. D. L Thomas and in the >
and I '
son of Mr and Mrs : I
Miss June Clark of Jacksonvillewore i line members of \the C Food Stores
which were placed tall basketsof [ receiving were N. C Wainwright of PenneyFarms. I 11 11SLC
a becoming Navy suit with 42 and the of
white gladioli, snapdragons; and wedding party parents I : 4
C New York IT. N. \ .
accessories as maid of honor 4
pink chrysanthemum The altar was the bride and groom. Cutting the 4
and only attendant of the bride flanked twin seven-branchei l bride's cake were Mrs. L. N. Pick- The wedding took place February : ; \ ...
by 15. at the Methodist cliunhin C .
A corsage of pink rosebuds completed choir rail helda I(. ering and Mrs. Garl Mathews and 1 inlet I XnapPalmolive
candelabra, and the '
Orange Park. The ceremony > I'ri<.' sinthlsaderrl..tl\t' :
her costume. :
:\, assisting them in serving were
i I
myriad of binning white tapers I was performed by the groom C through Sat.. Mar. Nt. \
y :
chose weddingan 1
The bride tor her marked off Mrs: Maxie Carter Mrs. M. F.
The family pews were brothei -in-law. Thomas D. Ryan. : : 3 bars 25c
exquisite suit of Navy gabardine with white ribbons ,titd'Ith'I I I Hazen :Miss Clara Thomas. Miss; t reJ>Y. :
Jr. of Columbus Ga. \
with white accessories She and i j Helen Haines Miss: Myra Sandifer Azalea Pure .-. 4I
bows holding pompoms
I 1 : I'ashiiH'rfBouquet 4E
The bride choose for
carried a white Bible topped writ)' of Jacksonville and Ocilla Ga.. hpr'l'dd1llg I
white or'hids with a cascade of fern. were as- j!j i Miss Mary Sue Epperson Miss a navy blue suit with black and E I Lb. :
As the wedding guests
white satin streamers.The ot"nuplial ;1: Martha Landrum: and Miss Marcia white acyet-sories. Her cois-dgi: PORK SAUSAGE 19C 3 bars 2 4
sembling, a program was a white carnation.I reer. t 4
bride's mother. Mrs. :Me- must was offered by Mrs. L A I Kay Hazen. Salon music duringthe I t-t 4

Cully. also chose Navy for her Canova. organist and George reception was provided by Miss I and Mrs. Wainwright hid! ,t Toilet NoajiOctagon 4 4

daughter's wedding. Her corsag'was \ I Jones, brother-in-law of the bridegroom -I| Julia Lawson at the piano TheI as their attend'nts.tr.: and Mi- 4

of pink carnations.A I Mr and Mrs L. G McCann uf "Oh j I I bride's book was kept by Miss'J. T. Prevatt Jr. of Starke and! : 4
soloist, who sang Super-Right 4
McIntosh announce the '-.igajje Katherine Doughty of Daytona ': Kensel Harris of Penney Farm : : 3 bars 21c 4 ,
reception followed the ceremony Promise :Me," "Because" and "TheLord's 4
The bride's table was overlaid ', Charles: I, Prayer." The traditional I B"I\'h. I :Mr Wainwright: is employi1! Lb. +t .-( 4

with an imported cutvvork'' ; I ; wedding marches were used. I, After spending some time with with the :'\ati"nallilHI at ('aril| BOSTON BUTTS 39C : Supt'r 4
Mrs H V ... I their the bride and I Suds 29c
cloth) centered with a six-tiered Knigiit of! Stal Tilt.' Bill Dodd brother of the bride, deft guests groom Blanding The couple resider : pk z. <

wedding cake, topped with a mina- Wedding will take place on Apiil acted as best man and the .ishers i for a wedding trip in Smith 412 Centci St in Staike \ a II t
bride White 11 at the First PresbyterianChurch Florida. Mr1: Priest chose for I -- : '1ar\<<'I"ns 4
lure and groom. Van Priest Ronald Andrews.
tapers in silver candelabra and I in Pinellas Park. j I Carl were Lamar Johns and Charles 'tl'a\'eling. a brown Handmacher Mrs. Lamb Honored Ready to FryrfHITING : Vel.30e 3

tied with tulle flanked the wedding I I suit complimented with yellow ac- -e
I Law : Lawson. i I cessones.. and she wore an orchid On Birthday Lb. (leailMT .
cake. ley Bride The bride, who was given in I i
i iAssisting j shoulder corsage.Following I 19C
at the reception were Honoree At ShowerOn j marriage bh 'r father, chose a- .:I the wedding trip the I :Mrs. James Lamb celt l hr.II.d In i I Ajax 4I

Miss: Lillian Conway. aunt of the I maid of honor, Miss Dolores Mc- couple will be at home in Jack- t'i ht.first birthday anntversanlast : can12c :

bride, who cut the cs.ke; :Mrs. N.'I Thursday afternoon of last ,; Knight. The bridesmaids were sonville where Mr. Priest is a Friday evening at a family: A-A 4
J, Johns of Lake Butler, another I week the home of :Mrs. Effi Miss Montie Hutchings and Miss I : Mr ..rAir :
i shipping clerk for Lovett's warehouse 'dinner party. Center Cut ,
flint of the bride, who presided at :Miner Moore of Jacksonville and
in Lawtey was the scene of | Betty Wick53c ;
and Mrs. Priest is a billing | Helping her n-lebiate! the < -
the punch bowl; and :Mrs Roberts, a lovely party when ladies of the the junior bridesmaid was L.\nell clerk at the NAPA Auto Parts Lb. j

who assl: +ted in serving. Little :Methodist Church entertained! ,. Dodd! the bride's sister. I I store in Jacksonville cassion were Mrs. Deny JohnsMi PORK CHOPS 65C \ '

Miss Patricia Ann Johns of Lake from four to six with a miscellaneous Miss :McKnight's gown was a Both the bri.I ie .iml l :LI""II; t .11. : T.onnie Sullivan :Miss Pat I C I'arial- j
i i SoapWoodburys
Butler, cousin of the bride, was in' taffeta with net o\'t'r-I !
MiO'.Vf-r for Mrs. Richard yellow a graduates of BUS. classes of '49 Lambe and Mi's..John GIPalii C i 4

charge of the bride's book I I Carter, the former Esther Shuford. skht and featured a net stole She I and '<)0.I daughter. PatsIkcwuhtt&..' > : 4

During the evening: Mr. and I The spacious living-drawing; ; earned an old fashioned bouquet > lona : 4 repr.> bars 26c 3
tripe of the Miner home i'f purple iris and had a hair cor- 1
Mrs. Mown left for a wedding ]i was attractively ] > c
through Ohio after which Mn.| decorated! with a profusion of; saee! of purple iris. Miss Mutt-h- I No. 2 Cans t+ \rniiiiirs 4

Moon will return to Jacksonville!' white dogwood and various color! (,, ings' gown was blue strapless; taf- j C> TOMATOES 2 29C +' Beef Stew $

where she is employed as assistant -I' of azaleas. About thirty guests feta with a ruffled apron tied with : : : 116.

cashier of General FinanceCo. were present to enjoy this occasion : a velvet bow with long streamers ;; : can 40c 4rniours

and Mr. Moon will return teI]I, with the honoree. Out of She wore a blue net stole Mis' .. C Ann Page j .\ Turned. 4 4
San Francisco, Calif where he wil! town guests! i included rs. Oscar Moore's -gown:: was designed ideut/I 4

resume his duties in the U. S I I Carter and Mrs Susie Norman of'oodla'n j cally to that of Miss Hutching'in I Did you happen bv K", h s .11 iii: t tinned' 1 hear Lt Barnes MiRa. t 14 Oz. Bottle Beef Hash 4 4

U. \\ and Mrs Joe Shufori a soft pink. Little :Miss Dodd wore .. Benton Fnna\ '
Navy aboard the hospital ship | stole Satuidanimnini, and set- ailed Patsy KETCHUP 19C 1 Ib. can 40c 4

S. N. General N. M. Walker. I 10f St. Augustine.A ". a gown designed along similar lines that crewof -ad sacks standing night\., and Buck Williams will --C 4 4

The bride is a graduate of Brad !I number of parlor games and I to those of the bridesmaids in pale behind the counters posing as industrious '. probably be home by the time thisis t ,t .\rUlflllf" .

ford High School in the class of contests were played after which j preen, and she carried a nosegay clerks each with a glass printed called wife Jeannette : Treet 4 4

'''6. For the past four years she refreshments of ice cream and of iris. of Alka Seltzer in hand seemsI ( Mrs F M i the other nite from : Sultana
| The bride was beautiful in a : 12 48c :
has been working in Jacksonvilleand \ made cake were servedMrs. i I they were celebrating two birthdays San Francisco saying he was on oz. can

at present is with the General T. L. Wainwright, Mrs. G. W gown of Skinner slipper satin the nite before George his way home- bee in Korea the E Pork & Lb. Cans ,I a-- 4

Finance Co.Outoftown. Roberts Mrs. L. H. Futch. Mrs. i I featuring a round yoke and Peter Wasrington's and Ray Stone's and past 18 months Bobbie Tur- C BEANS l' 1 9C l + \rnnMirs

guests were Mr. and H. C. Wainwright and Misses Pan collar with long sleeves that didn't bury the hatchet until ner's furlough is up and he leaves ; Chop. Ham ;

Mrs. Norman Johns and daughter, Mary Ann Wells and Patsy! WainWright ,I tapered to the wrists.the The front waistline andback a.m. they even left the cash Monday for Fort Jackson, S. C. > \: 12 oz. can 35c :
assisted Mrs.[ Miner in ; was pointed *
Patricia Ann. of Lake Butler. register open so the bells on themwouldn't I for assignment wife. Janet. hopesto > i .-C 4
with self-covered" buttons extending 4nnoiirs
Kenneth J. Berger of Jacksonville serving and otherwise caring for |1! start their heads to iom him as -oon as he gets!' t- : \ \ ieniia 4
her guests.! The honoree departed from the" neckline to the *
Naval Air Base, Miss Lillian Conway promptly at six o'clock well laden I waist. The becoming full skirt fell pounding one youngster came up situated.' \11 Sausage 4
of Gainesville, anJ :Mrs. to one of the clerks with a horn in I The cute Akndge twins. Edward > DailyFOOD 7 Lb. Can t
with attractive and useful gift*. into a graceful train. She wore a 1 Oc +
Chester Ruggles of Bunnell. Misses I finger tip veil of imported illusion his hand and a ked how much it I Washington and Edgar George t* \, oz. can 21c .
Lita was and she said she celebrated c
Helen Thomas Laura Stale), would Rive their 16th birthday on j
which fell from tiara
a pearlized
Spaghetti SuPPer I it to him if he wouldn't Feb. 22nd : Karl Blue l.alx1Syrup :
Durban Gracie Lee Under Bar- blossom* and seed ,pearls. Th blow it sons of the BrowardAkndge's ,

bara Bone and Don McCart all of At Duncan Home bride carried a white prayer book. musta been some partySteve: sorry to hear Elizabeth > 4
I Simmons he has made Crawford underwent TREN 0 Giant Size 39'
Jacksonville. topped with a purple throated orchid says three an appendectomy : 24 07. bot. 22cManla :
Miss Rose new additions to his crew of 15 in St. Vincent's > +
Margaret Duncan was i and enhanced with a shower'' 01 : .-I :
hostess at a delightful employees at Koch James Bar- I Monday Buddy Faxon from
Rehearsal Party spaghetti jof. lilies of the valley, feathered !! C t 4
supper and slumber party Saturday -I carnation, and xii'm streamers. wick, pharmacist of Gainesville, I Florida-Southern started Saturday FLORIDA CRYSTALSSUGAR : Oil 31c 4
For McCully-Moon at the Duncan Mary Sellers! of the pt.
night home on i Mrs. Dodd selected for her 1 State Farm assoda interning for his l BS degreeat 4

\Vedding Attendants N. Walnut street. daughter's wedding an aqua blue |! fountain clerk and Jessie Avon Park High School for 12 5 Lbs. 45c : 4 4Suan

During the evening the girls enjoyed i i and lace with Dryden formerly of the Brown weeks hear that Junior Hugher 4
j crepe gown a peplum .
Immediately following the" Mc games, charades and watched land: wore a shoulder corsage ofI II | Derby sorry to hear that Fran flew Saturday for Anchorage. \ Soap ..*

Cully-Moon wedding rehearsal television. I pink camellias. Kramer: has moved to Green Cove I Alaska to a new position whip I MARCAL COLORED : 3 reI g. bars 25r 4C

Wednesday evening, Feb. 20 Mrs. Enjoying the affair were Sue i Mrs. Priest wore a gown of :Springs:; formerly employed at wife Ida Lee son. Buster anc'daughter ?' o 4

Linnie McCully entertained at a i i Duncan of Gainesville Joan andJoyce I beige taffeta and lace, complimented Carpenter's. I Jackie will join hue: NAPKINS 2 Pkgs. 19C :; Lifebu y

dinner party at the" Guidon Grill Scholl Joann Slade, Mary with red camellia How do you like Pat j I as soon as -chool is out S-Sgt .
i a shoulder Lamb in
honoring the wedding party. Rivers Stubbing Sandra Johns i corsage. her new optics' some say she I Clarence ( Buddy I Brown) Air : : 2 bath bars 25r

The bridal motif wa carried I'.1 Jackie Jane Richarde.('(llley, Gail Linda Duke Johns and ] A reception was held in the'!,: looks like Robert Q. Lewi on I Corpsleft Saturday from CamrStont'man. : WHOLE SI N FROZEN \ -Dial 1 :

out in detail in decoratingthe recreational room of j I I television hear Muriel i Calif. for the So
every ; the church Gilhool
Jackie Hobb- Cans 00 :
Pacific ORANGE JUICE 8 $1 Soap :
table for the lovely affair immediately followingthe cerei i: working in Radar Division at ; -

Members of the wedding party i mon)". Tall baskets of white snaps II the G.C.S. Naval base and Garland I A coincidence that the T H : l: small bar 13c j 4
Billlloore Has Godwin started Me Neills should drive to :New. \ .
and out-of-town guests were present i dragons gladioli and chrysanthe I working last S C
to enjoy the dinner. :I Birthday Party I mums and natigreeny vtrrrud !I week as engineer at the St Joe Smyrna Saturday in all that lairto : KIM E\APORATEI : LuxSoap :
j in decorating for the occasion.; I i Paper Mill in Port St. Joe i see then; sjstfis Just! tn fin'' C ToCansTERFECT // :
MILK 27c ;
L. S. Hutto Observes Hilly Moore celebrated hi* fourteenth -I Candles placed at points of inter- wife Wanda and baby will join him out that the sisters had dihen ur 3
: 1 2 bath bars 25c
i[ birthday anniversary last est cast a soft glow over the setting :i! as soon as he can find housing for here to see them missed eat 1 h 4olf

Birthday Anniversary Friday evening when his mother I( them found Miriam Hornsby other 'completely hear :Mont. : --. 4
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I Mrs. Cornelius Moore, entertainedat The bride's table, overlaid withan : clerking at S. R.'s grocery the I Hutchings caught :Manez Dodd C STRIKE : < =

L S. Hutto celebrated hi* seven- a wiener roast at their home in imported Brussels lace cloth of other dayused to be in Setzer's' bridal bouquet Friday night! at trr '' Tall Can Towels 2

ty-nrst birthday anniversary which Heilbronn Springs.The which the skirt was draped with I and hear Charles Lawson'I. Dodd-Priest wedding glad t( SALMON 37c i roll-19c l J

fell on Feb. 22nd at a family party 45 school chums of Billy who white satin ribbon caught up withti'osegdcs started working as trainman for see Mamie Anderson home fro m I \ t .

on Sund'iv. helped him celebrate the occasion was centered with a the. Seaboard last Monday, out 01.t the Jax Naval hospital and fe >linf: t I -Mailed \ii! 4Hrarh 4

Those attending from Starke I enjoyed games and refreshments scalloped mirrored reflector holding Jacksonville. \ much better see Don Ra y HARRIS LIGHT MEAT : Balls :

were Mr and Mrs Charlie" Parker, in the yard I a three-tiered wedding cake Slipped up on Paul Keleher Tilley running around in a new.. Flat Can :

Mrs Shells" Hall Miss Sharon billy received many lovely gifts topped with a minature bride aid Aviation Technician Chief getting!! Ford these days mother TUNA 27C 1 Ib. box 29c

Hall, Mr. and Mrs M. C. Wells from his friend groom. Around the cake wa a home several weeks ago from fiv! Peggy say! she has half mteie-t. j I j
Johnny Well Mrs. Carolyn Red double ruffle of white tulle months in the in it but she never gets a chanr< >
nylon European Theatre!! _________ _
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grave and son, Wayne Kinney,; Club Sponsors ShowThe interspersed with miniature nosegays on a Mediterranean cruise, now sta to drive it-as the case usualh. I ION A FLOUR Plain; or Self-Rising 1 uE

O P. Hutto and Mr. and Mrs. J. of white mums. Three- timed at Jax. Naval Case ur.ti I is. .

A Martinez Also attending were Starke Woman's Club is branched silver l.anddabranth i I May 1st when he will be trans Dr. Calvin Houpt and staff a- E
Mr and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and sponsoring showing of "You tall burning tapers flanked the (erred to Memphis" Tenn. at th
family, Mrs. liable Denion ani Never Can Tell," starring Dick centerpiece. SJver compotes and NATTC as instructor wife get their new 6-to-9 bed hospita 1. \, 4 4

Mrs Lettie Parker of Jacksonville.Mr Powell and Peggy Dow, at the trays held dainty cakes and mints Kay and son. Terry will remaii]; ready for opening on the first \ 10 Ib. bag 71 C 50 Ib. bag $3-52 300 Fast: ( all ", 4 4

and Mrs. Tommy Stevens and Park Theatre Tuesday March 4. decorated with rose buds. The two hee' until school i* out and thei I in case you didn't know, they ar'r : ST\KKE.: M 1 4

children of Gainesville, and Bradford Tickets are now on sale by members punch tables were overlaid with join> hIm 11 Memphis where t'n-;, located on \\' Call street next I''r C 4BRADFORD 4

Locke of Green" Cove Springs! of the <.!lub.I cutwork cloths) and were centred: hophe .L : e ; t.r': a:.er.'i' Chap :She; ; .phed! the ''hi E H //I/I//L////11/1W1A1A/1111//A1A111AWI/U11/11A1////l/L/L/1/ 1/LL/aLla1


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6 I." Friends of Mrs L. F. Smith111 Mr and Mrs. S. E. Sparks and ''l landdaughter. Mrs Raymond Howe and -onEns Mrs E H. Smith was in Gaines 'k ..f th. i',rlnr ."..111'1 .'.n.. 4 .,l't ?.f
be dad to know *he is .lowly im- gr Selita Thomas attended -,.ne. wereisiting Mr Wallace Mil.Tuesday: i r t1't: .\ ::. T I !n..H\r thultl' '.'!< !-k I t'greet r,. til.U .. .
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i i'j! proving; after undergoing a major the State Welfare Board \ I lu'img In Ke\stone on' Sun- M:sses .1rhar.: and Carol\n Ray rg

operation in St Luke's hospital a meeting in Tampa over the weekd; v I..f Moniuei.ii' : Spent the weekend NOTICE TO rrr.\u
is'irralt cram. Dn lr..ri1 .umKlorldn <
month ago. Her daughters, Mrs | pnd and alga visited Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs C C Hoppe of I with their cousin. Wayne Edwards. : IM
Harry Sellers r,f Brevard, N. C.. .J. T. Hickey and Mr.. and :Mrs M. Tampa were weekend guests ot Mr and Mrs W. II. Nollman had ] 111' '.hud' \\'.Hi.,.in.. .' ,
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C.-IN THE NEWS Mrs Jane Mathus of Alexandria E. Heath oeMr Mrs. O L. Beasley and Mrs. J. WKincaid I I as dinner guests last Friday night i f.'ml.tn' v" ,. N I I '. ,',.':!" \ ,
i Va and Mrs. Sidney Field of Xew and MrsV. II. Nollman Mr I \..tit*> Tppra r.T .
__ I I Mrs. Kincaid had spent 't and Mrs W. B. Boyd of St. j .. Mi, > i I" t 1., \1" . r II 11111 611 I I I 6 York City have been taking turns were in Sabring. on business the I the] past week in Tampa, where I',!I Petersburg and Mr- Baggett of I, ,, II,,,, : ". ." -- ''uIH"k' '<
caring for their mother since she first of the week. Tarpon \ .' ,, :' .q 1 1I
I Mrs. F. F Stump attended the Dr and Mrs M B. Herlong I she attended the wedding of Miss i Spring. I I' t .
recital Monday evening given by spent the past week on a fishing; returned home two weeks ago. Mrs Mr and Mrs Proctor Snow of Ann Brooker. and returned to I'ree babj' ('halts to the first 1 : :
J Field is here now and I I. 't 1'Fl I
the Woman's Club in Monticello in trip on Lake Delancey.Mrs. plans to Dublin. Ga. were weekend quests Starke with the }(oppes.i Illld i ) adult customers Wediifsdax '". I '
t. \ISt't t t1
which her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Mattie Kirkland of Opelika. I stay for another two weeks jo!f :Mr and Mrs L. D. Vinms i j C. G. Prescott of Jacksonville! was i i!, Mar('h :5th 19.VJ. starting at 1:3< .I :\1 II. _' \.

Thomson, Jr., pianist, participated. Ala. spent the first of the week I Guy Andrews, a candidate for Mrs W. D. Faxon spent the first a 'fonda visitor of Mrs Fay Gil[ ? p.ni. Bring jour |M>\;.-sj>triinl> I iI"ed : I
I congress and Mrs Andrews atII | of the week visiting relatives in I and Mrs. Mae Edwards and eed Co.
Mr. and Mrs Fred B. families,
McQuistonof the Lawson
visiting tended the Rotary and Rotaiy Ann Mobile. Ala. Mrs \\'. LAVISH! HILARIOUS!
I A. .
II Miss Sue Duncan of Gainesvillewas Stern and Mis1 .
Pittsburgh, Pa. arrived last Fri / -
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy urd ciiil- annual t!
meeting Tuesday evening Mrs ShirlePollet and family I II'f're I the weekend of her cousin. Louise Stern were in Jacksonvillt ,
day to spend a few weeks with dren. Jane and Jimmy of Gainesville -I in Perry and also visited friends weekend of MrsVil- guest Thursday = Greater than Ever'
guests .
:Mrs R. S. Fernandez and other Miss Margaret Rose Duncan. evening to hear Mi--
spent the we.kenllith :.trs.Guy's j there Tuesday and Wednesday
ma Dockvtader. Mr and Mrs M L. Lawson and Burnett at the George .
friends [in Starke. Washing
parents, Judge and Mrs. A. I free hiby chick' to the firsti I Mi and Mrs. George Jones of ,family and Patty Lawson Auditorium. '
When you rare enough send the Z. Adkms Friends of Mis. Adkms i.100[ uilult ('II"'l1l11pr.. lledue.day i spent 1t ./
i! Ro..hestl'r. N Y were guests of, the weekend in Auburndale visiting ......,-- -'"
\erjlw>Ht Hallmark Easter will be happy to hear she is much 'iMarih 5th I9.V2 starling at 1:30 :Mr and Mrs H. 1:. Tyus and family relatives and attending the Orange \T.I '1.HIi'r\III.\la' "

Bnllington Studio &: Gift rarll"1.I improved after being confined to+ p.m. Hi'ing, jour boa-.q..1 i lrunlcFeed : j] last Thursday and Friday Fc"tival.
and .*>"HCo.| ; The regular
I bed with the, flu o\er the weekend |, pre George Kreiner of Augusta, I Mr and Mrs Bill Tillev and son, St. Marks monthly meeting
I II I Rev J F:. Uul're of Live Oak' Ga. spent the weekend with Mr. I Steve, visited Mr. and AIrs. Richard l Auxiliary will bt h. ,'

'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT its I visiting Mr and Mrs. J. II. Du- and Mrs E T Kremet Monday afternoon A I art'h :3:. "'? ,
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Ray and Mr and Mrs Pete i ..... -....... '
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""""""' Reye.I o'clock
iI I IU'II' I "'''''"'' I """ )I Pre. "lYaliiro Ixuk" Diamond 'wil I in Ja('k-onville on Saturday and I I, esses for.n the Parish House HO-, 'f' ..

:Mr and :Mi- Charles Sanders of ding 'et'-the rings that look to- Sunday this meetin will hell ,

COLONIALFLORIST .P.iJe Ruffin, N' C. were Sundaer- jHlnT.se: ihrm at Itullngtnr[ "''j I; :Mrs Sheltie)) Hall and daughter.i :, Della Hoover and Mrs R. J. Ua\' ../ -

night guests; tit[ :Mi .uid :\Il's Wil- :studio; [ & Gift Nhop. if i!i I ,Sharon accompanied by Bradford MUM'i: Tn1'1'1 < (iminu!! n> i the tL i JcS c '.'.

1 ham Null! I is'TTTTTTTTTTTTrTrTTTTTTTTT' John Haines of AltamonteI Locke of Green Cove Springs were' ', In loriilq Irniit: In form. Ilra.Uoril: \II foam< GATOR BOWL tr( <0 ::qM '\

Sprins. tudent U. of F.I I i rh.inrrrynl c&
at UsoiiMlleMKl
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I Jacksonville Tuesday' afternoonMiss Hi 1.1' .. \ q "
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w ill spend the weekend with Re : T. '
vyivitmg Elizabeth Crawford I | I.u 1 > i 1'l i ''Lilli : II 1-Uh: Thru l lthivnings 0 p's

FLOW E R S for mortgage retirement i. The Watch with] and .Mrs L. D Haines and faniilvMis a patient at St Vincent's hospital 1.1| I j Nollrf 'I'.. \1'(1"... I C't.,. \: ? '..., ; at s ::m{() I P..11. qq
: \ : !' T.' q
Evelyn Miller of West Palm, Mi' Kr. c
Mr. and Mrs M. McMillan of in* "' 0 T"I'r
for debt retirement i i.\ i r.ept 'utuLtt OL' 'Sf )
who".1. .
FOR Beach and Miss Nina |1.-n- 11 II") .Idd| ,
ALL OCCASIONSDISH S'al'borough I Aiken S C.. Mrs T. B .tt I
sf r : .
Rogers lat eta 1'r'ntn'r' M. Si '
for your retirement E the heart that 3 3E \|> of Miami teachers interning Quitman, Ga.. Miss Lida Roger h r,YI.II.., Italyof .l u I.., OIIiUTI[('KETS !IJ>' mail(111'( .s

4 i BHS for three months are res-dina: ]I and Leila and Butch Noegel f "-nit, for.irn 1\.1'' Iwr.I.\. f }1'".i..,t : '...j i. ;,i I, I HEKK's IIOU": :Send; MamjieiadJnssfd .....uI -
V AJJrttt : at the :\1. Kinney apartments. .itr.uiiM \''''II| in Hi-. ..' .. i. l ,
*r Nose, ana Jacksonville were guests of Mr. \ .i .
,, E never breaks 5 :Mi and l :Mrs Claude Crowson (V.nrt gall' .all'1,1:,I \ M ..i I return -n\-l '
(j) Pbont.Kurnler Here t I [ and Mr- H L. Hough last weekend l lI *| .lr.'II"'r\'I'a.| ""p, .. .- I I'HICKS:
1 and t their guestMr. and Mrs 1\'. I, "'w..r or |ile.i !
1I v I I on the !I'Uintiff i 'i ins-hiding, taxlltixes
I.I W Sellers! of Burlington, N. C.j Mrs I Fr.inK t' ?. T I 1t1.n i.\Nh: : m:\.\I.I. iwn
I | Adolph Gay and daughter, I.inilnim .
St I.,6.| I t d; Rink hairs ,
GARDENS I C. Carr Colley I \.'lSltpd11': and MrsV. E. Crow- ,, Geraldine'isit..d Mrs. Gay's sister r-lhe land| file rit>rk the of orieim th,' ,i'i'! In the ,,'.".' ..tt >TIK; : at Main X r rlh Mv.Jaiksoinille. SI.IO: i

I son in Ktadenlm over the week i 1 Mrs. Gladys Cook, in Jacksonville.. ..r hef..r.> II".. !let" tut .' 'J .r m,1 II .
\J Shrine : [
(I' 1 h Nights lliurs-
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Sundav Ih all"Ir:11i.- .. !,. .. SnitH in Mauds I I
I. Walnut St. Ph. 25; Duro Power end."n lP. and) :MID. C. Pearce M '! e"nfrsxed said Complaintlll IIP tal-.11 ,. tla'lan.1t, IXIh: : I'ndaManh. Ilih ,
POTTEDPLANTS fl i r and Mrs Merrill Kdwartls! hy ,
'Palatka 1 This .. and 'alllnlaarc'h l.'itli Tickitstrci'ii $_). 111() &; I'11(1[( I
dinner Tues' nolh-e j
mete guests shall 'I. ,' t
and family were Wavcross.. Ga l p,1' I
FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE I Representing. THE MUTUAL LIFE MainspringWATCHES I II Is day' ot yen and 'Irs, Charley K.. Sunday where Mr Edwards attended once week pa.-h in the week Bradf-.n fur f.\I! !I' "..))1>" ."\', 1'... :intn.,.'/intMT ?.fIll'K: ('O lies. B..a..h.| .....

the Tom Huston Peanul S1.90 l (
< tl Dated this .
. I..<>..<><>....... "<<<<>..%< t : Mis A K McKmney:: visited her; sales meeting while his fam 1I IV'I l 195! :l'7'l. .1.1\! Pilg-rimill':: ( ummil 1t't' Spun ur" l la I

I NOM 51 Starllo Also father. GV. Hazen in Brooker on'> I visited the Okeefcenorkee Stat< I flKFIOIAL .:E\I.> 1 t T:,
I Fire<& Casualty Insurance .4 Monday Park. '

I Mrs Let tie Parker of Jacksonville .i i '[r. and Mrs T. E Duncan of:

spent the weekend with her Gainesville! were Sunday evening .

uuu'p. 4 son and daimhtrr-in-law. Mr andMis I dinner guests of )Ir. and Mrs KI I 'WM8RL FM

Charlie Parker. I|IC. Duncan
1t THEATRE 1st Sgt and Mrs. R W Rees e ;, )fl'. and Mrs O J. Phillips Jr. !i

STARKE I I and family of Maxwell Field. Ala '''ot Macon Ga. spent the weekend

E l GIN I will arrive this weekend for a 2:5) with their parent Mr and Mrs A

t: 4 I,| day furlough with Mr and Mrs i.1 I IG. n Flynn and the senior Phil-
Dedicated Service
Community ''
I : Adam (;1'1''n. Sgt. Reese will then lips in Lawtev *
"Movies Are Better Than Eye?
I i I rennet' balk to Maxwell Field for Mr. and Mrs Elton Andrews and

Sat., Mar 1 1- ONLYDouble I 4 orders directing him to duty in the sons. Ray and cyan of Norfolk. a ,

T ut's., '\'t'd. Mar. i, i 3Tlic : Far Kast Va. were weekend guests: of Mr ; !

Feature t Harmel' Buys 4, 'rrsV Nf WimberU. of Mulbeirv 1- and Mrs Guy Edwards and other Ai 96. :

... spent Monday with Mr and i friends and relatives here.lis #Ned"

Code of Cactus evils in 1 II i ; OF ......i I 'A. F Sauls Ruth Edwards: was also home for I IFill'

.i 'i :Mr and :Mrs Edwin Green were the weekend from Jacksonville. inni'l;| 'i" ,S i'ni"'.\ riM-nt < IL< \.Irit'ly
With Tim McCoy I I Pandora'sBox ; 1952 *] visiting in St Petersburg on Sun 'Ir. and Mrs R M Tucker mo\ pl'ogram broadcast OUT l'US 1 Itaiim keep your ,I IE ;

.Ant li\cd i ...4. ,, dav ed from the McKinney:: apartments : radio set at !OG.l on the FM: dial ARTHUR !

i'I her !L FJr 4.. \\'ff hash\. hicks |0 the first" t fundaIr. Tucker left on a ax C.ODFIJEY JACK HENJAMOS'X ;

MICKEY ROONEY-WANDA HENDRIX- '- Y > :.. HUI! adult customers, UfdnrMla\: :. months' cruise with the Navy ANDY CHARLIElcCAHTHY: EDWARD '

KOBERT PRESTON ROBERT STACK., t \\ M-G-M presents t Graduation 4, .'! Marili .">th 19-V, starting at 1:3"? while Mrs Tucker will stay with I I'. MORROW SUSPENSE BOB HAWK !

L- JAMESMASONAVA G.RDXEBjVjJj i AnniversariesBirthdays 4-ill p.in. ISiing joinl>osistrnnk: ; a sister in Mulberry. BEl'LAII' GENE: AUTRTHE;
?$&f : ) < feed! ami "seed ('o.11r Mrs. M. C Ford Jr. and her I ry
\J r .ui11JJ p E 3 3u -. Csiirii' Ritih spent last( hoiisegue-t. Miss Enza Cooper of
are JIM a few of t tin

it }lJ! UJ I .+: x u Clt..ItA [ :\<. son week and m daujthter-m-law.Jacksonville: visiting Dr. and h er j weekend Battle Creek in Tampa Mich.and Lakeland spent th : { ) great names in CBS Radio on WMBH-F.M 1

Mrs T G. Ritch :Mr and Mrs Garl Mathews and l

E See our 5 i :MiMartha: Smith and daugh" son. Bruce spent the weekend at. i\\ BLUE RIBBON BOUTS WMBR-FM

Beach }Jr. and! !}6.1 FM dial
IMus "I'arl Smortj"Cartoon Neptune visiting on your
> I I iter Diana the weekend
11'11 N 1)01111ISI'I\ .1 ]r* spent irFhubuta. I 11
: Also "Doiilih' Cross Mrs .
X "Dare Ieil"serial Virgil Mathews and Mr andS
:.. Miss visiting 'Ir .
( <>unir> Ha 'i-" ( artmuiA. c 4.. Smith's mother. Mrs Tony ,, Mrs Lowell Mathews. III.I K: KIltliON lUll '1nuan ':-; rUl.T.: : I'M I'RncR<< \\1
I .. Miss "
Katheme of
Doughty Da -
Late+t \\orl l Nrus 4< Edgar\ Dukes of Brooker sohis Id'.* > thrill I"U 1.1 U. \\oulol you liL"!
tona Rea,'h the weekend a-plrntt for
Sun. Mon. Mar. 2,3 -ill was h'I .
< r.5 acre farm to James W lie" to hate I. ..
fc Terms Arranged I guest of Mr and Mrs. L. N Pick *r- I ihf sM,ris fan <<\<>r\ '
4 I Ghte ot Leesburg N. C. ThiSi f' \\ IIU-I'I Radio S.-.
Thur., Fri. Mar. (li i, 7 mg
I rout agency handled the trans.!l" I !Jr. and Mrs Dave PanV ruldaiiKhters 1 \\t'lnf'StIa nit i P I' n dine, true erf c liar!;.. :: It

a j GEM JEWELRY! !I I II .ut.on: Sylvia and Fay. i1.'re \\5IIJK-m.: ( The Ml] ringH willw] \ mail.sl regularly if

F t I Mr::.I Mis .J I :M Vukeran:id,< \VillMon Sunday visiting Mr at IOOD I'M slurp and you mite your it-quest tU.MHKrM <>

I :1'1'11:1\: .1' i J. i': Fnlkstun, / (;a ove'm l'Hnd Mrs J I'. Sandlm's P. (). not
:: vv..,.!"r, :. : \ sr; Mis Vii) kt \rrlimit's a K.O. in .
Starke. Fla.Lull.uV000.. aj; Mi and Mrs Harry Moot had 1 entertainments 5187, Ja< Usonvillp. ;. lion
4 I 11it'1. UK' \1" \ i ; iniw;. .is weekend guests Mrs I I
I da.
.... A J.. enI'OCH"c binther-in-Iaw and sister. Mr and i

JrA: .J I :M<':Millan of Northbrook ON THE AIR --- 24 Hours A Day

CLIFTON = t III who flew in Thursday evening

A WARNER BROS. PICTURE and turned by plane early Mon rumuu's( MOST ro\\pin: ( RXDIO) T.TIOGUIOO: \TTS

WEBBFRED ( DENNIS hOAVlOKNMei DRUG damorning They all visited Sil, .

D HENRY+,tldlt rR wf M \1' Springs.: St Augustine and 4

FRANCIS KOHLMAR KOSTER STORE ether points of interest while here
Mrs Kate the i '
( spent
NiMii era rlwrtstn s is eta rcisi
MUM.ttOTfttT NIS-H0 WtlNlik\ IAIUIMus weekend in Jacksonville visiting
.\lv "Duck lo >"uU"Cartoon j
1 Latest
Store That's Never Undersold"Dressing Mrs A I Sasser and Mr and i E

World New Crun II" Cartoon .V.VU.V uuu.l.uu.u..u.l..ull..I1111I Mrs Roh n Miller of Monticello : i

wenSundav: guests of Mr and .

: I' Mrs i "c shepherd .4 4.
Mr and Mrs K G Duncan attended 4

II I Combs ,1c ea. the party golden of Mr wedding and anniversarv Mrs- ..4 4. r = GAS
Rat Tail Combs .1c ea. T'radx Brown In Lake Butler Sunday '
afternoon Range E
S1 Shaving Brushes 69c
Dedicated' ToCommunity : ., Are Mr and Mrs Charles fluffing of 4 ;
THEATREIuit.tier $1 Ball Point Pens 25c Phiiasro 111 were recent guests! o 14 4 t pp.
tence Than Kter: ii i Dr and Mrs C. J. Houpt Mr. 4 .. 20 GAL. j
i Nylon Comb & Brush Sets Ruffing is assistant to Hank -Ie. I .

Box Office Open 6:30 P. JI.h -I i I for Ladies and Men .98c Greenberg of the Cleveland' Indians i.4 I ::;a ATER( 'umpleteJrutomatir: p.

SHOW' STARTS i:20 P. ,Jr. Fundrtv guests of Mr. and Mrs ; t
Pepsodent Tooth Paste T E Hardy I Heater
and family wire Mi s \; 79.00
irith Lux Soap both for 6JcI Theo Hammond and Hugh Hard
of Winter Haven. Tom Hardy of .
Wed. Thur. Mar.I 5 -4 I
I : ; $1 Pocket Knives only 69c : Miami and Mr and Mrs. c. W ti
ElTHEIlTHElRS01OK SIbf,E". ,iy Thompkine of Jacksonville.Mr ) 4
Sun. Mar. 2 1
Day OnlyShow I
HIS PISTOLS DID.. ) Flash Lights 79c and Mrs. C NT Christie of (

\ "STABS IN11 Y ro I t0 I\ $,1.)0 Hand Sate, only 1.98 with Auirusta Mr and Ga. Mrs.spent S. R the Johns weekend and 4 i{ 2141OA p.p.

Business i .
family 4
CROWN $1.50 Evening; in Paris Stick Mrs H B McLendon of Orlando .4. .1

Uith All Star Cast I JOELMcCREA Colognes for 1.00 arrived) Monday to spend a few 44 Plus your Old Range E

dav.s with her mother Mrs E. S; : 4 .
Plus "Tom A in pp.l
Tins "ZtHH 'at" Cartoon Jerry
500 Matthews before driving her mother 44
Aspirin Tablets 1.29 I- -
I Hollywood Ron This beautiful tciall!! \ 'p
and father to her home in Or 44 l < : pi/ ;

One Pint Hot & Cold lamb on Wednesday, where --44 ABO'IILL'E;
i will) V 4 Chef range bringsou) top' j J.. l : .1 i fL-
remain for
Vacuum Bottles 1.09 se'erappks') visit 4 PAYABLE E

I I Mr Matthews who has been {con : ance glue long-la.stini' dejw'ndahihty.!
Mon., Tue i fined In IN IS MONTHLY =
1 Ib. Box Cherry Candy .59 Riverside Hospital for the .4
l't past seven weeks, is greatly im- .4 It has so many exclusive featur5. PAYMENTS :
V 1 Ib. Box ',., -4
.. SIN?; Candy, only .89 pr rt 1 1V
such as the Red Wheel h,'at
and Mrs E. L. 44 oven p.t.
HOPE r 1 Ib. Bo.Peanut Brittle Middleton[ I -
of 'a. pp.
I .49.W were Sunday 2'l1t'sts I regulator the one-piece 4op' }burr,> r
5c Candy Drops 3 for of T'r :
now and Mrs W E. Middleton !14 Sec this and, other

t.FLEMiNG) I THRILL IJ Mr and Mrs. W E. Dowling units large fully in-ulat'd 1.\ .'n ,

New Flying Saucer Gun .98 spent the early part of the week Magic Chef Specials =

I New In Miami Mrs A. H. Harley Jr. I 4 S\ving-Oue Broiler pi us many pp.
Flying Saucers .29 cared for i pp.
On Every Corner their children during'th
J .i ... others. Today
!r absence.
Of The ., ., I I 'p..
i Mrs p.
Paul :

t I.lli Streets : I H DUTY IX OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT N Due-ger Dankel Mrs Mr};welt Tom Lawson Mrs J i,i. j

TO SERVE YOU handing and ii
Hildebran rl4rj
Paramount ) Z( .,- I at the Baptist met Tuesday '|
Church :
'" day
laedof meeting. planning work fur ihf:
,1 MOTTO month of March for the -44 ,
/ PrimaryMiss -, -
IMusHer Honor
The If group '4
f _c.a.>*Technicolor, row don't see what you want a>K us.If 4

Mare Cartoon l'!ui "Once Apona Rh mt'" we don't have it. we will pet it. Lucille Grogan of Atlanta. :44 t

Cartoon And if we can't get it, no one makes it.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Gapent the weekend with her sssfr : 119!) \\.CALL ST. STARKE. FL\, .
Mrs Charles
Shepherd and :4 i



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'Holiday On Ice'i \ put into the creation of an ADDRESSES ,;'i'"ed' to serve a copy of your anMer I \"FF'JC"1.\I. SEAT.' ) A J Than as. 1 f'Ti"* t ah u *-. t K f. r four rt-nsei utiveWeeks I I' :'''' l.\ itS I h I 1'". 1 li] .
r pleadniK tn the complaint: ".n1'e q
Icehow.: l'lallllllf"II"l"n...,.. T Frank Clerk <>f the C.n'iiT! Court. in the Bradford County T"lrgraph I I' 1-! I."nol i. .11.r.\ :. n,
LONG BRANCHBy March 13 j OF INTEREST flit By Myrtle T Dta\er Pt'f'.ICl'rk! i h.. Off''K|, | ,, -
Will Open I ..a !.aI|: inn.: Staik Florida and ; ;
This year's Holiday will have I ti- original: in the office of th. : 4c ;!I'OTln 452tIFFIi'1.T.I'at'dhi- |I'-h: d.iy .>.f F..I.rua! '. ]I' lilt Court IOn ,,,.i i I., f..re the

In Gator BowlThe many of its favorite stars of past I I'lttk 1 "f tlie Circuit: Court on or liefore 1a I j.-f March. I1.1 ..sh.-rwU j ,. ,
Mrs. J. L. Strickland I Mrs. Gt9)'aiih.'ft.) 140' M.u the 17th day of Mar.'h. 19:.;. : 10 Aprr.n SEAL) A. J. Thomas, K.itti.ns i.f. ':1 id Complaint o

performances, chief among these j i i shall St., Peteisburg, V.i. herwi.-e" the allegations of said In Circuit Court. II rat]ford County, By M!\ r'1.! C.T rk of the Circuit Court taken a!' ",,"f. ss, "1 l h' i
all-new edition of Holidayon being Michael Meehan. making ,Complaint will !,* taken as con- Florida: In Chancery.Edna Deaver. Deputy Clerk. This notice eO. p .
;; Mrs. DeWitt Padgett. 777 Cum 'I 2 22 4t :5 14In each -
II n. k. once ii
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corbett i fessed by you. in. Plant ff. v n-
Ice of 1952 will be brought tc his third appearance with the, berland Terrace. Clarksville Tenn. This not'lct' hall ne published Vi.oih. .s P.. K. .ti. \ke. I p.fn.d.tnt., weeks in th.' I ru., "
and Mr. Coibelt's sister from show. Also on hand will be Norris !i once each week for four consecutive Ca-e >.. SSI! The Circuit Court Klubth Ju.ll- graph.
Charleston S. C. are visiting the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville :; J.V.. Jordan, 316 E. Kings-, weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. \nIt,'" To. Appear. I rlal Clrruit of Flnrldn. In tnd For Dated th' f
and Payne; Leo Freisinger and : To', "' .rh.-... 1! I. I 1952!
beginning Thursday, March 13. ,i, Road. Shreveport, La. ; n< K % whose Hradford County: In C'hnnrrrr-
friends and relatives in Jacksonville his lovely family. Mae and Joaniite j Dated this nth day of February, re'-'denie i is1 Fnkn'-un Mary: B. :ti llll. Plaintiff vs. Andrew (OFFICIAL: .\I. -
and around Clay Hill. Mrs. I This popular ice spectacle will J. show day through Wednesj Freisinger; Phil Hiser Bobby Canton. Ohio. !, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I stilt for Divone ha' tern filed Order And Nolirr Tppenr Myrtle T Denver IVpTlir -. .
Corbett is a granddaughter of 'I every May and Ted Meza. Newcomers! ,,, Clerk of the Circuit Court. against you in the ataoc named In The Name ..f The State Of Fb-ri-
Mrs. Gertie Faircloth daughter of j day. March 19, except Sunday. I 'I:I V. A. Rogers 2313 Southern By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk ('''Ult and cause and > I'U are requir da To'ndr. A I II.
'I this year include Joan Hyldoft !' Ave., South Jacksonville, Fla. /15 4t 3 7 ed to serve a copy of Your answer'Sr .\ w L Eason. iso;; HighStreet.
Mrs. Ernie Padgett. I Advance reports are extravagant I America's number one skating :; pleading to the complaint on the I Springfield. Ohio. CirmK 4 ,
1 nrt Of Tttr
I( in their praise of the 1952 t'dition'l \V. S. Edward Rt. 1, Box 312. :MVTICK TO APPKAR i Plaintiffs Attorneys. Evan T Evans I You are herebv notified that suit JinlirUI (IrcuM I luhih
Rev. C. E. Dibble to the ballerina Richards the land Neal D. 'ha Of The "ta,,' of
; Rudy County. Evans. < been
came Circuit Court. Itmdford Jr. 10.1: Law Exchange brought against you inhe
I Fla. |Iin .
rUrlita In .
of Tampa. \ Fornntr
I is salt' to be the result Hr.li..l
which Puilding. I t Ciri-uit Court Pradford
In chancery.llie Ja..k..nIiif' County
Padgett Church Sunday to fill his i! the most expensive preparation rhythm skating expert: and the Mrs. Lottie Paiker. 1170 Scotter I Ti Florida Cioldenl.erc. Plaintiff. vs.Max ''Florida, and file the original in theaffiof' Florida by :Mary It. Eason. plaintiff Florida('.: Hank> ( In ChiiM-rrr At Starke,
; McKellen Brothers of world-wide: C.oldenl.erg DefendantCase ( ( of the" Clerk of the Circuit and you are hereby required to file
appointment and found an empty Road Jacksonville. Fla. I tion. Plaintiff. Tar \
:NO $955 'Court on or before {
10th day of personally or by attorney with the .
house. He came back by ArthurPadgtU's I road might have caused the non comedy fame; and many others. I I I John P. Casey. USX, USSiBasilone I, \tIc T Appear.To. 'I'March. 1952: otherwise the allega ,Clerk of !said> Court your written dcfenses John\. et .al Defendtirr -
Please let me know In fact the company totals 125 :Max C.oldenJ.erp. whose residence tions of said Complaint will be if any, to the Bill of Complaint T Appmr:
and had a service with I attendance. i : DDE 824 FPA. N. Y.. and address i is- ::!OJ EdgeI I I taken as confessed by you in said suit and to serve a T. Dr < Vi" 1

Pompie. who hasn't been able tc I what you have to say about this.I I performers presenting 28 acts in N. Y. i i walt'r't'nuf'. Evansville, Indiana. This notice shall be published true and complete copy of said defences parties rlaitni: .,' ,

did not announce the service in I two and a half hours. !t Von are hereby notified that aIsuit I ince each week for four consecutive" upon Ray Selden Attorney through nnd.-r t.1: -
attend church since he was hit by for Divorce and custody and weeks in'the Pradford County Tele- for Plaintiff. Selden Building in the Victor St. J..h:, .. 1 I.'
a car some time ago and suffereda t my last week's writings. We had I Shortly before the first performance NOTICF. OI- IVII'.VIKIN I'llitiri ''control of minor child has been graph. city of Daytona Beach. Florida. onr vehicle herein .1. >
: "nit:
the in nrmioisMI: | filed apainst you in the above named I Dated th': 2nd d.iv i.f F".ltlar '. .> before. the I0th day of :March I You arc I hI", .\ .1 '
broken leg and later a strokeof company on the day I wrote j! Jacksonville a crew''' Notice is hereby given' that theundersigned ICnurt and cause and you are requlr-,152.j } A D. 192. and you are hereby suit li 10,'. n i i't .

paralysis. Mr. Dibble wishes to news and we were preparing tc of refrigeration engineers will of under the .,provisions ed to serve a copy of yourswer j (OFFICIAL SEAL) .t..r Thomas, further notified that you shallotherwise t9ttt: \ .-f !1' -
Chapter 2o,9i Laws f I
I Flurida. ( or pleading to the complaint Clerk (if the Cr i-i.mply with the law in I Jo'I'"' I t II a Clut ,
into an : funeral in the Cnurt.
j move Gator Bawl .1 t
know if the folks who attend this attend our nephew's to construct S' Acts of 1941. will register with the I[ .n the Plaintiff'lI..rn.. y', By Mjrtle T Deaver P' pnty Clerk and about the defense of this suit and i of > .,; i"i $i I. 'I '

church wish him to preach forthem Starke. so I just forgot it. Hope I a huge ice skating floor. i I i'I f or.'rk Itradfnrd of the('uunlIal.Circuit : Court.. of in Fb.ri-and |IT. Fra; nk Ijuidrum. Starke Florida. I '8"4t 2 '29!I ,Herein be entered fail not or judgment will 'a.. .1- Mills -, I I.-
65x125 and file the original in the off e against you The nature | :st I. > -
another time or if they de I am forgiven. I feet in area. The preparation I jda. upon receipt of proof ..f 1>111011. I I.f the Clerk ,.f the Circuit Court onlor \UrH.r. ur-I'Vfr.\TI0\ I I and purpose of said suit i"Ia suit 1 h "t "I I'. -' ,ti.I' r.

sire the service of another. He Daisy Lang says she has some of this mammoth rink will ] i'a tion of this notice. the fi.-tiiiuu before the 10th ala V of Mar. h. i 1tNlJ'Et riniinu1 XAMH for dm.rce and to decre. .: h. Plain ,-t S..
name of The Rrnwn Derby restaurant t'.."2: otherwise the a Ilegat ions of I Notice i ia hereby given tiff. :Mary It Ea-on. to I.- !I.,. own. i \ I .
thought the hard six weeks'old she is I require four days and nights with under which I am engaged in i that the I of an undiluted I hi1' -w 'a;
rain and bad! nice pigs going I 1 I I -. ial Complaint" will be taken asconfessed 1III1Irr"l n'd. Tinder the provisions on. ; a itere- !I s-. K ", \
technicians ,. business at 220 Temple .\ I. Siaik.\ |I..f III the f..II"WIII&) d."-i :I..I ," "
to sell if they do not learn tc 1 working around the 1.\. you Chapter, 2H.r!\:n: Law or Flond.i: ta-alt-. .per' ,I t I.t I.-
I j Fl orida. Thi" notice tinll; : hI' published once Aits of 1041.! will I .
stay in the lot where she puts i iI clock to complete the task. I i! C:. C'. Dliimer, Pr.iw. ,, 1' Stik.Florida. .-. ..a a'h week for four consecutivewe. I' 'l.iK) of the Circuit Court! with''n and th- !} Ea-t, rlv 'il. i F ot 1 aIS ., I

I them. Will sell them real cheap if Tickets are now on sale at the ,'ks in the P.radford: County Telegraph 'f.-r lr.-nlford! C..untv.Sf.T.. .,.f Flon- lit.. k 1 12. v. .-!". >ai-,. \\ If. r
WAITIf ,' Dated thi. 22nd ..f 'lj'. i I., i j.In. upon) rt--eipt( of proof ,.f and < \i-e.t I',.' -; >! S --el ..f "
j i '1.11' p.jhli- .
someone will come after them. I Lane-Rexall Drug Store Main & AD t'2! :; at Stark.-, Kradf'.rdCounty : Dit-d: tl'I fith day of F.OMI.-MV all..n of .hi.- notice ( he f,, titnti| tile W.t 4;, f. t I I. 1 ;t"11.h.dr I, .
For>-yth St Jacksonville ] ;, > nan:. of Farm, )HornVi'.i of -.i-d l I. i ,i 1C .
Well.) Daisy always has nice hogs :i and ( Florida.I II".I| i .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Thomas. iindr whii h I Hodtrtraii'S: : l..I paidplop. : !
but they can be so aggravating- mail orders will be filled. I I :I :L'2! 4t:1: 14 I Clerk of the Circuit CourtE'y 11.h') .ine. .. at 114V$ amncaiied i .ill : in j I I t t > I'S i -1 i is 2'.q I' .. ;
I itr.i
you Iase a fon, horor or I'lfj in Myrtle T. De'r. Deputy ClerVOTICI nk.u FI."I." i I LI.I.11-t .\.n'.. I'., : i J'.t .1.. !it.. I
Dent nhotrl especially when they persist : MIIICI: 10 ii'rciu :: -II :2: Denv j ". I! DM i i. Fb.i.d.' i .
Jrab a and MartUlK. I Midget IVncil 1 Sharpener IJeal K. '1111 r I 11V 1 \ .. '
breaking out and eating her gar- i In Circuit Court, II rn.1 ford CountI'liirlila ;-, Sdlltll" .oIlr..I. St.'11- Flol \ 1"I. further .1 .1 I IIS f th.it\ ,
for home use. Only $1.8.'j.-Hrad- : In Chancery.M.il.le > : '1 .% t'I'fl.RCircuit I'at.d: tlu, III I i lo.i: i .l..t.I\ ,Ml .I| I tl'lni.l !. I
I .Ih ,
Call Florida Rcnderers den. | ford County Telegraph. : l ] I IVhitl.". k. Pl.m.jiff.. i.s. !. (...iirt. llrmltordI (Coun' \ ,I. 1'.2. n- :"-i.i\., rh. of Fdrll..n' n .11,1. ,I 'a. i. i. I JI.H! \ II I ",.
Bradford: ; i I P.: I K: i- !I..- .
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I l'lIrti : \ I I' riitrtda In Clinnrrrr.'Ofoiife I C-i .It
CeorgvVhitl M-k. f.
| > ml.int : > 1\ .
ire Prompt Itrmoviil ..f I>m "|. K.lna
i'.i N" SIT7Nodce K p..t.i Pl.iintiff. \ -
orVorthlr** I..t..kPh. \OTICI: TO AIMMUI A I I| :2! i :> 4t :. T "tl" e a U ...k I .I 1- \\ :\' ,
attftiders Gertie Faircloth and Toi>i'ear' Fay TI" .1.I I I' feiid.uit |I l 1j
i In Circuit (Court .- a ]K- '1'! tlie li.l:, \ > a I' '
Urnilfonl |I" \ T.-b!
County, TOt' Curtis.ne; Wliitit| I U, \\ hs, t .i- X" : .4 NOTICE TO I -
Gainesville 3330 ColledStarke ] Jimmie Lang. from Training Florida : In ('hn..r,'. AI'PF.\R j pr.iph j ,a. "1 h ,
,,, resulelire is : Vltkllown.YOU %illee To Apiiear. ,I In Circuit Conrt. I' ,
or Union Sunday night. Hope to see I Catherine Alice 1vr.: .. Plaintiff. vs are herel.y notified that ai T.. I-M: 1 1:a Kiv: U..V..1 uho--. r.--i'idence I Florida In Chaneery.Hrarfford CoiMitr ihi-\Vitin c..iitt-- mv hati.i I f .,..1 I ,1 f \ 1 at'rk
Law reme I 1..lrwin'EYI"-, I Defendant. suit for Divon-e has been and address I is 2420V.. |I i i .u :'t.II"I i t I. '
flo.dagaillst I : i.M.ldrnl
i I l-l.i ii.. }'I.i ,
132 ntitf.
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them both back next Sunday eve- \ Chaile<- 1 tlii- Kt'i .1 1! \ f F-b- '
Case :0; in the ab. 1,1 '.iiiI' !I. ta'
I Vullcf To st1I! you .ve named S Grove Street. Richmond Virginia. { II l >"|101.1'.1"t n.l.ir.t, I riuirv .\ D 1'c,*
ning. Appenr. I[ Court and cause and you are required I \I ;
I'... > '. foFFIClxi. sK\"l.
T..- Lawrence -( Xo h''; ) .\.J Thornaf.n .
Darwin Eyre whose tn1'1': \'" a ""DV'of your answer You are hereby notified that a I l Notice To Appear. j -

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFOR residence! is: J'uckley, Illinois and I I,| or pleadings to the" complaint suit for Divorce has been filed I 1 T.. Clii.r.c f, | (fl.I !J"'I.: uh"". 1..1 I: I,.\' Mvi'l.: T 1.\\- Clerk"I'. Deputy of aid Clerk Court MiTICK OF I>TK>TIOIn
<4 whose mailing: address i is: P. O. Dox I I Ion the Plaintiff's I i Attorney ..1"s"llhkilll..r. ; against ym in the above named I dein ,. I--. Cnknou\ ri .; iTi-n "'UTITIOI'511
4t 2 !!foTit'i 9
114. Bu..klIlIinoi4! !! l 1C. :-; 221:! I 'Inihani: : 'Building. Court and cause and you are re- Yon ate hereby riot ito tI that a -nit I Nolle, i is |Ii' \ t> II 1, '
SALE -- Attention Cattlemen -ii it for Divorce\ custody of minorchildren Jacksonville :2, Florida and file the i Quired to serve a copy of your answer for D'M.r.e I and .are. "..I..h' and > : TO APPKAH undersigned, 'in.i.a ; i if .ir \ '
and other relief has been i I original In the office of the Clerk ''I or pleading to the complaint 'I'lontrol ..f minor hildr. i, habeen I I In Clroiil Cwiirt. IlrndforJ Cuntr. .. Chapter 24.'. I IAds r ,it i--.
<4 fId frd against you in the above nalllI I of the Circuit I'LWt on nr beforethe ; on the I'laillliff'It..rn.. .'}'. T. Frank I fda d ajrain yon m th, at...\ named FUrldai In ('hanr." of 1941 1 'q! a '
Court and cause and you are r..- :21th! day ..March.: I\! ".! : ..tlier- 'I.all.lrultl.Iark.. Florida and fil- Court anal .-:tll'" and > ou are I Finrena e .1 "",,111..1' Wolaver.. Plain Merk of lit'S l i -
50,000 STALKS SEED CANE qnired to serve a of I 1 wise the allegations ,.f tbe original in the .ffk..f I the I Clerk ttqinred -
copy your an > ;iid I'oin- I toerve u opy i.f your answer I tiff. vs Will Dean( Wolaver Defendant. r".adr"I.1( i'. p ." a- fl'!.
swer or pleading) to the complainton I j plaint will be taken as "confessed of the Circuit Court on or before or pleading to th ..f a
i' a i.mplaint on the Case No (i'S.-i::; upon n-ceipt ;lor'! i iof :' ibi
LENGTHS 6 FT. AND BETTER the Plaintiffs Altornfo)'. Each II. I by )'"u. !' the 10th daor March. 11.2! ; : Plaintiffs Attorneys. Eva T Evar- I Nellre To \ppeiir. this n..' 'ii'-' Mi in i '
Douglas 505 Lynch Building' Jack 1 This notice shall be published 'otherwise the allegations of said and Neal I D EvanJr. 10I..a:\ W Kxhange I T.': Will Dean Wolaver, whose D'HtolS I I '1111 11".1.I l ahia'h i ,
sonville, Florida and file the oriR- '''once each week for four consecutive, [ Complaint will be taken as con- .- liuilding. Jacksonville. Flori, I resident e i i.nhllll" n. I am im.m. .1 n\ IMI-: "
2c Per Stalk m inal In the office of the Clerk of I weeks in the Pradford County TeleKraph. i fessed by you. da and file, the original in the of I You are hereby notified that a :301 Wst .'.dl S' "' i I Fl.t
the Circuit Court on or before the | This notice shall be published fice ..f the Clerk (.f the Circuit I suit for Divorce has been filed I Dr. ..aRtri t II ..J) situ i.
I<4 17th day of :March 133: :!: otherwise i i Dated this 16th day .>1 February once eac.h week for four consecutiveweeks ('otirtall or before the 24th day <.1 f I agam-t you in the above named ifayett. st: <. ', i iDilled
the allegations of said Complaint) I I 11952.OFFICIAL. in the Bradford: County Tele" March. li..2:?: otherwise the allrgation Court and cause and you are required I Milk, I', '
STOCK FARM will be taken as confessed, by you. ( SKAT. .\.T Thomas. graph. >- faid Complaint will betaken to serve a copy of your answer AD. P''.? MCounty. I'"I. !
SANTA FE This notice shall be published I Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Dated this 6th day of F..hruary.IU a> confessed by you or pleading" to the complaint on the Florida.
once each week for four consecutive By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy: Clerk: :! Thi notice shall I-* "lIt.Ii'hHJ' Plantiff: Attorneya.:. h IT D.oie-: a li;; 4:
weeks in the 2/22 4t :314i -
: John H. Denmark Starke, Fla. 3 3R. graph. Bradford County Tele I -

Dated this Hth day of February. i XOTICI-: TO % rn\n .

., SEAL) A. J. Thoma!!. Ill Chnncrry.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,j Vincenzo; Oliviero. Plaintiff. ".
Py Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk ''" 'J anna Oliviero! Defendant II I I
2/1541:17: ,, Case No. 996otIc .

B. ALVAREZ & SON Ts REAcSD OTln:-To APPEAR N .. Mis To" Ipprnr.T I : ':111111. '! \ .< 1'h..>*ei

In Circuit Court Bradford i ..5 ,,1. iii i" i ml, :ail.l1.' \ i S. di.l -
In Clmncrr7 ClIlI.If'lorldaa ,. \.l, i 1" 'I i D : \ .. |1.1. -

ck ;. '.- :. ." Louis I Rrown Plaintiff vs. i KI.Vown :\ >I !I' i'v ., '
1".1 ',
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: Defendant.'l I I .. .
r i r I. f !1..1.1iK"H 1
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operate Notice To .\ : : x i n! 'i "
R. B. AlVAREZ &'SOII To ppenr. I a '"u, .ins. ., ,i.
v 1 .' S'I.&A L Jt long distance I Santvicente Eva lirown 452: "litJ,1, I
j St., Los
: .J I I ..MOVING I. anywhere In U. S. lit ornia.You Angeles 4\
ioc..tIt.-.sO4 I
:!! are hereby notified that a

; EXCELLENT suit against for you Divorce in the has above been named filed Let Us Thoroughly

Ltl Court and cause and you are re
quired to serve a copy of your an Wash Your Clothes
STORAGEFACILITIES swer or pleadins to the complaint

on the Plaintiffs Attorney, T. Frank I .
Landrum, tarke.
Florida and file
: the original 9 Found* I
the office of the (
I Clerk (if the Circuit Court on or hef..i. :1 .. .
Agents: For I '"tli.-ru r the,is-e 17th the allegations liy; of '!arth. !1''ri': For 40c ,, :: .- .. .
of said e "
DELCIIERIJROS. 'Complaint will be
________________ by you. taken as ci.nfi's'fd FREE Bleach If Desiredl!

.- See us first! once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published Temple( ,h e. St&ik I .: : ; ;4 ;::

-- -- "' we.-ks. in the Bradford County TeleKr.iph. :, i: ; 4t t ,

I' t t-d this OWe '_'.__ .
: 13th :
,, : day of Februair, .'.., ; .
; .
'OFFICIAL! SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1 Will
Clerk of the Circuit .
Rv M I> rtle T. D aHr, Deputy Clerk ,, Dry Your Clothes t / :

2'i:! :::; 4t :: :
For 20cIn
In I irealt Court llrnitrord

HUNDREDS Florida : In ('he n,'er. Count? -
Kathleen I Mary P.aker: Plaintiff. New Automat) Driers! .
Itupei Stephen Itaker. Defendant SWt S .
'a.O,, ,
of details are managed and economic- N'wIlcfT'o Apprnr. .
>|? Stephen) P.-iker. ,
ally attended that only a trained and resident e is I I'nknuwn Int'I" Ii.h- .
I last known The Washeteria
residence was 4'iTV.i: ,,.
careful organization can attend when ner Place. Daytona Peach Fhn,! nii;, .

the urgent need for serving is at I for You Divorce are hereby and) notified custody that of minor a --iiit I :. ii'ii'.caI

hand. i children has been filed against y I i in the above named Court anti < tu>! .- ,
I and you are required to "" 1'a .

copy the complaint of your answer the or pleading I to ,.. ,, "' .. .., W j.j; .. -' -.
on Plaintiff's
At- '
DeWITT C. JONES tornl" \
Zarh TI. Donela so:; Tvn.'li

Building-, Jacksonville. Florida. an Phone 7 Starke, Fla. file the original in the otfie.f tinClerk ATTENTION

of the Circuit Court on or t...-
fore the 17th day of March, !I''-,:'
##111111 --------41 otherwise the allegations of said

Our Funeral local funeral Director home enables ua to Ambulance offer convenience Service! and ed Complaint each weeks This by Week you.notice in the will for shall Pradford be four taken be published County consecutive as confess' Telegraph once! ,, FINE If OR You CYPRESS Have FIRST SIlOWnG\ TODAY NEW'\ 52 cons1Rc :\

services not otherwise available. i TIMBER 10 SELL

I Dated this 13th day of February
195 .
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ress-stst SSSSSSStSrtSeSrS rt 1 I t\ I (OFFICIAL 5RAL) A. J. Thoma I or

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and Py: Myrtle Clerk T. of the Circuit Court
Deaver. Deputv ClerkI'l"
4 accept ANT life Insurance policy In force issued by ANY i :; 4t ? i H'e Buy All V Thrift* uprrtonic; Power ..4... t"T Rnomyl Riiomy Koomyl

: as in or in full on a funeral. In --- e\ I ruler the hood i the llcnn J'g 'L: \ til Nw '52 Henry J Corsair is bielG'
company, payment part Circuit Court. II mil for it Count}. PAY TOP PRICES I j 4 l' ( \\ > new .. t",
L Florldai In ('Iiancrrv. \t'rylhlng but price! A SB-inch
; Consultation carries BO obligation. 1 'S 4 mighty Supersonic Engine 'll1r----r:
WiMin I
__ __ | Dennett. Plaintiff. \ J.-anne frontat Ample eating room (for sli.I .
II I I' !, Yvonne Itennrtt Defendant e I thriftitr than e>er! You pet poser plus. ..
I IJJ'rile
._ I Order Case No S64! I )lat,. up to 30 miles on a gallon! A "penny a mile: 1 rt :o Mare storage space tool!
Of Xth' j -
| Publlc'II'I..nnd
", ..- .-, Notice 'roAppenr I Call :
[ or ir-
t 'a' Of Florida To ilrhcs it!
I i 1 Jt"3.nnp"vonn." .. Hennett whose resi.
donoe j is: Douera Algers..r'l} I IT Safrly-Enfinrrrtil CJiamitt
WORLD FAMOUS 1 Alri\You a. are required" to appear ..' : B.T.THOMASLUMBER I'L n-' V Vinjl-Lounff InlerlortJ I II L II II In the' new '52 Henry J Corsair you

M.troh, I';. 195!. in the ah..". .- nam-.i I; : the ride on a double channel "Sanuxm"
en Clar.iorous is the word for new
'. 11 .i.- f'
.urt and cause wherein plainer' : '- j ?
<...,k.. divorce. Pradfor.l <"..1111. CO. '52 Corsair's i Vinyl-lounge Interiors. I !: .4 {ram, Overhead is the largest one-pieco:

Telegraph shall publish this Ord--' New "511.nCurtam" insulation: in roof, -< amirs' steel roof panel! See it tt year
''II n.-xt four weekly" issues PHONE 211J
Witness my hand and off thuts out heat cold and traffic noises. t..arraLpr, dealer's toclaj !
: P. 0. Box
seal at Starke, Florida thi- Fcl.n. I 735
ary 12. 1932.:
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ,

As Clerk of said ,c.ii 1'flttt-Road' Ride! Henry r.
Rr Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy CleikChas. 1 '- .- U V J;;:..
n Hess. 204-05 nuarant\ > I I." _. I l l\CW "\"tR..d"'rring.gp"] ; '* yon a

Pldg Jacksonville Florida ., : tj '! smoother ride than t\er. Citydriung The S III! arcs t \t
Attys. for IMf. 2 I I' 4' ,,);.

t ,. \\s taSlf'r.00., thanks to new
I. CIrCuIt Court Brad font .."nt' y
'sr: Florida In (.hanrrry.Vnell ,( "Icntr Circle"rarl.ing!

\ P. lUte. Plaint ft. \ M.ii", \ car on
\ r..i'- D-fendant 'a--: I
tlrdrr Ol Publicationnd > ..licr T.. ,
'Par; smic Of Florida 1'..:
FLAMINGO M'l! \ H.lteWhove re.nlTT (the road !
\ \ h Vava Air Stati-n -rpi I IS II
-1.\ Texa.
PARADE \ 'n are required t'1' appr .. :
\1 i I IJ4.. 1952 in the abo\c naiv I
; and ""all-'". wherein plaint; -_ -
Birds are Paraded -k-; divorce and restoration r _- \ America's\ \0.1 1 bur
,' I _
only' once a year :n 1 name P'4 C..ini!
S. ir- .Iph shall publish thi Ord.t .
four issues
\ weekly
.. S \\ ., .. my hand and nffi." that makes

S.. Starke.' -" Florida this F.I l>i the car

FLAMiNGOSTAKES !""..t.-\i.-\ SEAI.1 A T ThA8 ; S1rcamline FAt C' .14..... ,... a"'. w\# a...ol:.
('I..rkr sai-1, C: .. : : your
Mt "lie T I).>a".r. Depu'v c1. thrift !
a pleasure
S P. n."q. 304-OS; ( 1al'.l1! : ty Tf1.ur

One of America's \. ." .T.ickoonville.for rif. Flor:d:1.:- 4' :4 Fire Insurance

Foremost HorseS
Races S a HF<:i"<'iTF.tt FKTITIorMK'

: ;; '- .' Notice., I is hereby given that tl : SEE ',ei, IA'II tOfCMI.O.. ... 5. ISP.i I CIIIUPhone
: (U.ll
'rid' r.ll'nt'd' under the pr''\islt-n I : ; \ See It at KaiterFratr Shouroom
Chanter 20.<:"H l.A" ..f Florid t tM your

SEE YOU ATSATURDAY i '\.'t"f 1941.! will regi'ter with tl!
E. Johns
i '.erk; of th. Cir-Miit Court ? Charley I

I I. T TVadford (',>unl" State of I Fl- Newsf-CFe'j-.b V, I 1552 Clcii' 2 J'-52'
d.iinon receipt of proof r.f i\u1i' i Agency i W-1153D cols x 170 llnei
.Ction of this nntice." the fctif.' 1
pp' 11".r })(ID.F.. The ('),.a".r.5. Phone IS
ler h'ch' I am eneaeed !In >.", T>. FLA" a SERVICE

at 4f-( West rail St.. Starke. Flr ,1'i.i .,.. ... LIBBY SALES
I I T D Dovle. owner. 'or '1 .
i- .1 .Te'feron Rts, Sstark Fl(.r.i "e.

MARCH I '' r :\t..dhi... .81st da" of F-br-.,Ir.. ., ... ..... Starke Fla. 32
v p i e' .r Starke p ad'jc Temple Ave. and Pratt St. ,

:i 1'. ur.'y Fl'-r.da. 2 .2.-. 4 a. .S ,. 4 Rt ,resenting THE TRAVELERS. Hartfo,rd I -

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and Guide of 1952 BRADFORD COUNTY : These Friendly FRIES Jacksonville()l.r JACKSONN Firms ILI.E Appreciate sour

Buying Shopping TKLEGKAPH: Friday, February 29. 193 Paje 7 JnS1nes.,
May we ask that you show your appreciation

by keeping this section for a shopping guide in Jarkxonville. -


I Lowther's Supply Dist. "Greasweep" Jacksonville, Fla.Lowther's I Wallace Equipment Co. Jacksonville, Fla. jproperty j, Ellerman's Turkey Farm Jacksonville, Fla.' Associated Floor Covering Co. Jackson ille. t t.I!;, I

Supply, located at WHITE-to the wall of the tire Wallace Equipment Co., located I we want to recommend j Ellerman's Turkey Farm at supplying the best always and has i Associated Floor

I I result is at the foot of West Adams Street, this reliable the Orange Covering Co. are best equipped to f...,
6706 Main, in Jacksonville, Flor I and the a perfect job. concern for very' Park. Florida are suppliersof I helped U making the farmers of located at 911 Main St. in Jack. .

ida. Is the authorized distributorfor Lasting economical and maker: I in Jacksonville Florida, are your best service available. j New Hampshire Chicks and the community more profit by I(' sonville"", h\.t an excellent selection dependable service.
tire last better. Put a little authorized dealers for Fairbanks Farmers and stock men know > Bronze expertly t ..1chanics
the outstanding products, your Turkey Poults, U. S. Approved growing their They have 'I of the highest floor

"CREASWEEP", and 'SURE- SURE-WHITE on a cloth and gc Morse Pumps complete sales and the necessity of having plenty of !! and they deliver in local turned thousands chcks.of baby chicks coverings and tile for quality to choose will do you--:

WHITE", also all types janitor over the surface of your white i installation service. Mr. W. A. water on their land and what it I area and ship I you astonish you at 'he ; .
They other fowl every year, !I from including Inlaid Linoleum .
be '
Wallace the and Mr. I try had frorr eir "
woodwork and see what nice results Proprietor means to farm and stock raising. al-o ca
supplies. supply you with Ducks Geese, a great valued aid to diversified Linoleum Rugs. Asphalt & Rubber .
is these C. H. Bernreuter the Manager invite There is nothing that helps to increase I you Wl! fmd' I the ,
. "GREASWEEP" : you get. Keep convenient I I I I Pheasants. Guinea. Pekin Ducks i farming. Hundreds of their cutomera *- I. Tile, Congoleum & Congowall, and in demand b\ ,
oil absoibent, for items by you at all times you to bring your well and the value of any farm more j i .1 \\ h '
an amazing new and the wild Mallard. And there reorder they at :
cleaning driveways and lube for there are many uses for them 1 I I pump problems to them for satisfactory than a good! water supply. sometimes I and are continually I are your service at all I[ very bst.J.. tax ,. .
you may net all the brooder times to render
supplies giving unsolicited recommendations you a most modern .
I I service. water in at a problem ni rooms, the floors and all part Mr. Roy E. Lowther has been I i is: brought and the and ,I installation .
that needs to have the re serving the public in this area in I I This firm are specialists in all reasonable depth and in other; necessary informa-j praise to their friends ; service. I a\'iS and !1. I IM : .
I: of well and I! tion to start you on the right and to the firm. This is why this ) This is one of Florida's oldest why not di i ,
almost like a able manner in all types of types drilling water cases; it is found only at a ron- I 'i'; 11! 1
and I
moved very
thoroughly I road for the successful and one of Jacksonville's .
!I of
"GREASWEEP' has been janitor supplies and has dependable systems the farmers Ranches and siderable depth. and in order to be growth Hatchery is growing by leaps and: largest your needs \\ : her! '

magic. California Service products that are reliable and grove owners of this section have assured of a well properly drilledit anything that they sell you. I 1 bounds. : Flooring Companies, featuring the i!i always \' \ on an.:

accepted by will come to know that this modern is necessary to have modern When you think of raising You who are interested in i' very finest in beautiful floors at \ find theit.i1t' .: I I' '',. ,
Stations the most efficient you get many sugges gnwi
economical product available fora tions about many new uses if you concern is th(. one firm upon which equipment, and this company has' chickens or any fowl. information I ing Baby Chicks or any other of j reasonable prices. Their large dis I i| willing to in I It! '.'s', at ui i .

they can depend for a complete neither time on -tartmg and feeding is about play makes possible a complete UI ) ,
. NO will just discuss them with Mr spared nor expensein I their ;; S fo ,1-
cleaning job
service As well as wells for commercial obtaining the most modern the most important thing to have I* many offerings should not and broad selection of pattern.- ; and lovrlin.'" on : "
will this
Lowther find
I right information fail to see them at from which to choose and wil! :! ', ,
"GREASWEEP" moistened with affable and capable distributor | industrial and residential equipment.If on. The properadvie j once if you you elated Kl.Hi'] I njr :
I much to if will I needs. you have a difficult problemin spells "SUCCESS" in the! have not done S already. They always find here a design to f 1|, wish to '.111': d t'i.- i
worth only
solvent or kerosene makes an ex you you
cellent sweeping compound cleanses take a few minutes to discuss your I. Their modern portable welIdrill'l water supply. then contact'' handling of all .poultry. They I 1, make a specialty of day old chicks home in with the color "cheme. of your I I I firm ani1, t t'ic > '1 I' ; >

well and removes the oil film supply needs. i ing equipment can them and what ever the problem I Iouppl'OU: with vigorous stock I;I and handle the kind that just ; or commercial building. 8 j! readei.s fo. . .

from: the surface being swept. In making this shopping Guid I i plete service in this and adjoining I you may depend upon the Informa- that do better grow better and normally do better, and to they'' no matter what your nl'ed they;I times.Frenchy'.s .

counties so if you are planning onI tion and} the advice of these: drilling make, you more money. I j save !
"SURE-WHITE", the perfectnew to Jacksonville we are pleased te I I 1 \il you money.

lift to WHITE TIRE recommend to all our readers the [ having a well drilled on your I experts. This firm has done much for'' Make Phone calls after "6 p.m.. !: Ornamental Iron Work Jackson* lilt. Hu. I

SIDEWALLS use no damage services and the outstanding products the farmers of the community by 112-8-4G51. i I Frenchy's Ornamental IronWorks trained
and ,.
equipped A.-
ing cleanser that injures the waU of this well known ( Asphalt Paving Inc. Jacksonville.: Fla. iI located at 1S27 Kings Rd. and
up-to-date equip"'i:::
of the tire but just apply SURE Lowther's Supply. 'ompanY'1 Asphalt Paving Inc. features a: American community. and throughout Consolidated Automotive Co. Jacksonville I I in Jacksonville is one of this sectiOns you the finest service
Fla. !:
this section of the State this ; most progressive ornamental!
complete service in paving of every Your
Of Jacksonville Jacksonville Fla. CItlidat4d 1 Automotive Co.. located In |i iron works. artistic \\ :
Keltone I concern has gained an enviable addition to this service they! \h'os ornamental -
description as well as land clearing .Y :
at 1075 W. 'impl .11.
I, reputation for the quality and Forsyth in Jack- offer a complete spring service I!'I iron work U designed tc added
Beltone of Jacksonville located in hearing. and drainage, they are sonville. Florida for to yoiii 'uui.e' .
are wholesale
I superiority of their work. They i I both cars and trucks which give you added beauty for your .
modern .
liT E. in Jacksonville, Thanks to the engineer dealers enables oman< n-"i'
Forsyth experts, of
at \
equipped for heavy hauling and feature service complete line of qualit them to I home or commercial buildings
complete using on- better
offers to the people of this sec scientists and laboratory I > automotive serve their i they will Rhi \ ''I y, ,IN
crane service carrying also a com ly the most modern equipment and replacement parts customers who are their I They are manufacturers and fabricators -

tion a most dependable service technicians who have done sc plete line of rock and fill dirt for machinery with expertly trained j'I'I and have equipped their establishment and for this reason dealers I i of Railings, Columns Door I free enjoyment t. l ii .1 i pl'.I..I" \

for better hearing, write or phone much to raise the general standard! all types of construction needs. to furnish a service second dealers many of their I and Window Grilles We wish to n i ".sir:i t end t t! .-
personnel to assure you of the very are in a position to and Burglar I .
them for a free hearing test at of greater hearing for people in to in offer firm and th' i. ;i' lu< I i- ;
Their plant is located at 5876 Nor- none this section of the you a faster and I Bars and other lines of modern ,

110 obligation. They are a firm all stages of deafness. wood Ave. in Jacksonville Florida. best.Real Estate men. Subdividers. State The Garage men. Motor spring service. more dependable i ornamental i.O products.If i readers.

that rank high in the art of pro. Beltone of Jacksonville has a There are always some firms in Contractors and also City County Companies and Fleet owners have Their sales men are courteous I you are planning on the installation I This firn. ,\ : :rIJ; ;' r

viding better hearing with the. complete line of batteries and accessories every community which !stand out ,I and State Government contracts come to know that what ever they I and accommodating very, and whc I of any ornamental iron I Ii tal hon fo( \ "''I. will b'I! ; :

new better than ever, Beltone for all makes of hearing prominently because of their superior -i I have been successfully completed need in a replacement part can be will be glad to assist you in making -i and don't know just where to gc your plans, .n.: : .nil b< _

newest model electronically im aids, and the laboratory is equipped service and. In the paving I I by this concern. and many jobs |I supplied from their vast ! !
proved for better hearing-dramatically to repair any type of hearing field of this part of the State par- ,I throughout this section stand as | which is kept complete so that ''stock, these are replace your I this reliable firm to you for submitted to t :: n. .

smaller and lighter for aid. and they will be glad to giveadvice i' ticular mention must be given te every day examples of this firm'sforemost ] there is no delay to their custom- trained in the me-I field of auto expertly I I complete S'rvict at very reasonable want the best III i> :,. <
comfort. At last, here is the on all proLlt'mfI this prominent concern. construction skill. And I! el'I -. I )1181
you your and are best qualified to render I prices. Their complete installation work at reasoi..it t .' p: n < -

new, smaller one-unit hearing aidyou've I pertaining to better hearing. I Good roads. Streets. Driveways we highly recommend their serviceon I Not an article has been placed you a genuine service. they are always -I service assures you of a I this modern ii" !i'q:

always: wanted. The sensational And in this edition of the leading and Parking areas are a necessityand every occasion where the abovementioned on their shelves without a thorough in the field seeing to the ,I job well done, their men art' all service.
new Beltone Mode! I an asset to modernHodges services
Almost invisible ha? II I business and professional firms of every are required. investigation of its merits by needs of their dealers and a seryI'I
"Melody. ;
Jacksonville. we wi-h to recommend this ice of this type is a very necessary Lloyd And lee) >e Contractor. I
new electronic improvement that I Contracting Co. concern and for this reason Plastering :
Jacksonville, Fla. adjunct to any community.And Jacksonville Fla.
gives extra advantage for betterhearing. this company to all those their customers have learned tc in this i. ,

Enjoy its super comfort. who want or need hearing service I Hodges Contracting Co locate'l work for this firm are all highly place in them the utmost confidence guide of buying 'and shopping j Lloyd & Deese. at 1815 Lilly olie of mo-t ,
( coiupli..11 .1
You practically hide your deafness; for you too can know the ex i at 1977 W. Beaver in Jacksonville experienced and can move your reasonable prices have always Jacksonville featuring as Road in tl
j are in the
it does the Jackst\it f'lorld ,. '
more major I tt
aggressive 'I 'n
with the new Beltone Phantamold. perience of better hearing with i| are one of this section's best con- building in the best condition t<" i been the guiding policy of I business -I among the best known firms located and requires buildup the mo-t! k''

Thanks to this utterly transparent the amazing new Beltone hearingaid. I' cerns. featuring a complete servo any site you wish. Call them for | tillS concern, and their large vol organizations we deem it a in this section engaged in workmen to do :
I to a 1
pleaUe recommend them tc < i -
almost invisible aid to convenienceComptometer ice in building. wrecking and estimates on any size job. their lull of business makes possible business people !; one of the major trades of the This is One reason 111t tinm,
\ house moving and they are equipped I prices rh.. I whoS supplies are
are very reasonable. I reasonable prices which prevail. Lloyd
I obtained j building profession. met with such
1 through a wholesale & great -MI' > < < >
School Jacksonville Fla. to render you a service of the I Ii : Deese do I
Hodges Contracting ( 0. alsc channel. j all kinds of plastering, cause they and their .skiili-i ,>

.i very highest quality. I sell a complete line of used building --- -- \ including Stucco Ornamental and terers have tin | .' ,
Comptometer Division Felt & : ing the fundamental machine Hodges Contracting Co. are prepared I ,1 Ie-arl |10.
i I material such as lath, sash, I all types of interior finish; White trade in the difficult s< h"<":, ,,,'
Tarrant Mfg. Co.. "Only Authorized i operation. The course embrace I to take care of any size job, I doors brick windows and plumb. ,, Smith Sled Construction Co. Jacksonville Fla. t Coat. Sand Finish or Stipple.
risk ,
perience. why I
the application of the Compto both large or small and whether I S .m v
Comptometer School", located ing fixtures lumber etc and | Smith Steel Construction Co.. The I Through the many years that they j factory job not to sm-ni.. '
meter to all phases of business\ commercial resideutal I keen
at 118 West Adams Street, or type I these prices are most reasonable.You 1 I located at 2022 Dennis in Jack-1 I I I managements business have executed plastering contracts high cost of inatet it I, t t.\
arithmetic. Both day and evening buildings. Their house wrecking | judgement and wise foresight has
will find that i they have learned .
Room 5-B Schultz Bldg., Jacksonville a good bit of !lom'iIIeFlorida., invite in- an important ploying a man who hi- :
classes offered.A your been
are I service covers all features of the i iI I responsible for their growth
Florida. The manufacture? your building needs can be supplied I quiries in anything pertaining i thing in this field, that make ability, '. '! Id.. ., .,
free bureau to and "XPI'lt'IC.
placement i is increased
: trade. The building is taken down business
of the Comptometer have pioneere I I by this concern. Steel Fabricated and Erected. also !!!I progress.I tht.'r the experts that they are.Architects I ment the lack of "'ithe> u"I ,
in And
operated conjuction with eaci'Comptameter and the land is cleared in the this section of the country ,
l and developed a basic courre ;>f School. And in this edition of' the better miscellaneous Iron l'roducts.Though !! Contractors, and the 81Itherwis fine pla-t i I'1* i I"t
While employment -I :shortest; time possible and the lot ] can \\'el be proud of this public I
instruction used in schools organized : business firms building public in general have We wish to highly i.n
is not guaranteed no ef. is left in a clean condition. of Jacksonville we they are doing their share .spirited firm, for they are I"
to train you to become a professional in the 'I, serving I come to know that this is a firm this most successful f iiin.t i I ,'
fort is defense
spared to find employmentfor Their Housl'Io'ing service i ir wish to recommend their service program, they are their customers
Comptometer operator.In faced with I many and the j upon wll'h (they I'al% depend.Plastering our readers who j !. > !t .
addition to giving a fundamental Comptometer-trained opera equipped with trucks and vans of to all readers and to refer them ,! certain shortages but I I public in general in a very ableI in its many phases if build or 111. 11",1"

instruction machine I tors Should you move to another all sizes to handle every size and to everyone who is in need of still intend to serve the public in I I I \\ '. Xot only are they extensively I rl'moell'onl'llns

the course on deals with the operation City, you simply look up the nearS type of building. The men whe this type of service. the best possible way and supply]|! known for the quality of their Jacksonville Electric Motor Exchange; Jacksnn ilk. Ha.i I: II
application I lest Comptometer office .nresentI all of the needs of the local trade I
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all phases of of the business Com)tomt'ter figuring.It tC. your diploma and you are and you I I Yates Exterminating Service Jacksonville.) Fla., as they have so (faithfully done in.I.[ likewise products known service for their but extreme are i I Jacksonville Electric Motor'Exchange of Jalksf\I i

will be at 1231 Av .
entitled to free placement.And the past. 'j Edison ir surrounding sections. \\ I ,

is short practical and! thorough.One this service is available t.; i Yates Exterminating Service ply so fast that if given a 'head This firm is justly outstanding'. courtesy.Theirs is a field that calls for I Jacksonville, are your authorized', to refer this >I' pal; \ '

of the best and quickest you for the rest of your life. located at 3035: Lenox. Phone I start they can make repairs avery for their promptness in supplying i men of experience and dealers for all leading makes of : lt"ach'f..1; .I1'0 i 1 i taI t .

ways of launching your busines You \ 8-4290.( ) offers most can b de- Electric Motors both new and .! .rthci, .
I are cordially invited tr you a complete costly expense. So don't delay orders and specialize in designingand for the ( upbuilding Ild : : i

career is to prepare yourself as a make a personal visit to the I exterminating and pe .t contro1! j : call Yates Exterminating Service preparing structural steel for,I pended upon fullest enI used and they buy ell|] and trade. of this ," I 1.1! ;1'' i .St tt tr ,

finger-work specialist, better Comptometer School to meet the I service ridding your home orj: to-day. erection. When you place an order I I The gineering Contractor ability and and integrity. I This Company; ;: headquarter! assure, you,' ..i! )i. pin: '

known as a Comptometer opera friendly! pleasant instructors; seth business buildings of termites and Their complete service you receive the benefit of their have Architects !; for repair work of all electric of indiiMiiii I .I.I

tor. There is a constant demandfor (' modern well-lighted classrooms I pests of every kind. including bed I coven'all come to know that their motors, rewiring :.nd rebuilding. All \,1 i ,1(. h\ I ;
typ..s of buildings such as r engineering ability at no extra expense ability in their chosen
trained Comptometer opera. equipped with the latest: j bugs roaches rats fleas and! !1 1I Hotels. which will to solve field is unexcelled -. Take your electrical motor problems known ii'> in .,11\1-i .i I I. .

torsO and you can ;prepare yourself Comptometer School Machines an/1 I I vermin of every type. j I I Apartments, Florists help you so why not let this to this well known electrical l.'ctrn, .il '.I;:t i'.f i"tld I I i- '
Greenhouses. some of the ;
for such a r. ,h.n i in only learn of the urgent need for Comp Yates Exterminating Serviceare I ings of all Commerical kinds. FeedmilJ Build.*. 1 i that become more involved.technical points I I I next modern needs firm supply you with your firm, serving ; this section of the They s.1 I,:.. .' ,' ..X !;: .. .

ten to twelve weeks at the Comp< tometer School Graduates licensed and approved pest Warehouses in structural Steel'Jacksonville State for many years. This Com productT! a f I"i ,' <
and both
toaieter School. The course is interesting I Year by year. more and more I control operators and can render private property. public and pany is HII authority on electric size mol"' t 11. :M" tin.leu .

and practical. Since individual employers call upon the Comptom I' you a most modern and up-to-date Jacksonville, Tractor Co. 1 motors of every description and every Ild.hl.. i \ t in.li" !"I! .

instruction prevails, each eter Sthool In this review of the better Fla., i rest assured of getting a''Ii Jal'k' 1-1. 't 1 \ '
I Grad lates. So for r I\ service at all times they will be you may -"I\I t'I' \

student can set )his own pace information call this school at I ,i glad to come to your home and business firms of Jacksonville, we The Jacksonville Tractor Co.. located at the Macclenny Branch which j i square deal when doing business ('hallgt hits: i. i 1)'I!. ...

Only a few hours are spent learnleo. once. \ make an inspection of your build- want to recommend this moderr at 5669 \\'. Beaver are your i! now equipped to render you :' with them. No matter whether to be LIU, "t t ll 'adi.i-' -.. .

''ings. and if there are no termite firm of Exterminators to all our, authorized dealer for the world complete repair service. Mr. A!I your job amounts to hundreds of building ald' .. K-JM, ,

(; A. Hancock Jacksonville, Fla, i or hidden pests they will promptly i readers. and to say that if you arc famous FORD TRACTORS & Bowip Jr & Mr. LeRoy Braddock 1 dollars or just a small amount, !' typ oi! "f'I'i t mitl!

tell you so. Don't take chances!I bothered by termites or of, DEARBORN FARM IMPLEMENTS are their farm consultants and I each patron alwav receives the j to remind om. M nl> '
Geo. A. Babcock located at 13:: the pests I
many beautiful colors available on letting: termites get a big start kind and their one desire i i1- salesmen and who always at sale courteous; and. efficient set Vice they' can do no bettt-i I M I n I
any then
Jefferson St. in Jacksonville has in get i in touch with: ar'
I their waterproofing pro on your property. for the damage II this firm who are consideret1 I,'i jto assist the farmers in every your disposal to give you helpfu!! them and solve ." n '

long been considered as the mostprogressive duct which can also be had in 1 they do is great and they mulli- "Death to Pests." w&y. and to help them select the advice and information on all tenew In reviewing hi ieny the It'atlinf motor problems.
painting and clear where no color is wanted. implements best suited for your and '.- *
contractors in this section ')fl Sandblasting for all commericial. \\ bnn's( OpticiansWilson's II i needs. in modern farming. rf\'elopment as well a.-- Arthur Murray Dance) Studio Jacksom ille. H I 11

the state the quality of their work' Industrial and residtntial Jacksonville: Fla..''i j In this entire
requirements part of the state free di'monst rations. Charles Utter .
is other firm Arthur Murray'-; Dance Studio. WaltS; 'in! I ii i ..1nowt r.", ." .i', j jlf
unsurpassed by any is: another feature of then. Opticians located at 21 may depend on them for the bestat there is not an establishment that is their "On the farm service repairman" I .
213 West Adams. Jacksonville. it ;i- '-.1 ', .,
v i [ i I'
in this section and they featurea complete service. and is W.Duval St. in Jacksonville. all 11 I surpassthis well /
highlj r I times for th y have spared I. known concern who will come to .
famous School aNew d.iinM t
yoU' Florida. This port ii \Ihl: \1
complete painting & decorating recommended for the cleaning oj]r I wishes to invite you to bring your neither time nor expense in installing j in point of the diversity of farm to make .
complete repairs. York TradItion. j now a part I It"i.! "t. i. .
service; for commerical. industrial 'I j 'Udll i.th t t.t
masonary and steel .. to him for articles carried P'/
types of con j optical problems com.I the most modern for the farmer. Ellis nuek. Serviceman .
iud residential needs. 1 equipment McCO ; of Jacksonville and surrounding ,, I niiiiiile ,! 1.1, '
struction. plete service. Mr. J. T.Vilson., i iI and a complete optical stocito <.. They handle a very complete line I Glen Forbes in charge of nl'wimplt'mt'nts : :I i ..\ tnts 'MI" t .
Ceo A Babcock has a largop I The men: in their empl; aiu I :i Registered Optician and owner. fill any and every requirement. i of Ford Tractors and Dearborn ', & welding: Mrs F. territory pa
I II Arthur pl -a aut I n.ahti"i'l(- ;u f i
I In Murray's "i.'
staff of trained tc .tt
expertly men ;.1 the job they are working on i.i:ihas!| been associated with one of'' They al>o duplicate lenses and i I' Farm Implements. i, W. Smith is office manager, and I. h'.

serve you nwn who were trained } fully insured bonded and license j i the world largest optical manufacturers -, replace broken frames and mountings : Whil they have been in business -I Herman Dugger & Mrs. Louise Studios you can quickly hC'O1a although .

in the vast school of experience, ;!I for your protection but with th r in their Jacksonville of as well as adjust and, ; they have built up a large i Hall are in their complete part: popular. interesting partner ., \, thti1' :1 ,0' i .f'r '

and whose knowledge of paintingand up-to-date and modern service,. fice for many years and is well! straighten all glasses and their;[ and growing trade from this; department This ronre nts their you may |kllw ltttl I the Win Id IM." '
I I' nothing about dancing His taltr 'i.-! Hill I K I I'., ,
all features
covers they offer you can rest assurer\ known to many of the people in' service is speedy and dependableSo I tion and it is safe to assert Sf'C-1 each person is a 1
of the business. This firm also prsonne-l sp. ed. expertly trained staff iia-. 'lt, hIS Stlldi'i: 't fi .
that I'
your j job will be complete; this section and his years of experience : why not let them help you with I the name of this firm is bt> calst in his department I
l and I taught thousands of tndividtial'dance : (' I will find 'i. t ''
specialize in waterproofing in the i :> ti i
mo t
> satisfactory mannerand assures you of the fines your optical needs" known among the farmers of this I Ford-Dearborn factory trained, tc faultiestsmoothly -, '

sandblasting. thl'll''aterprll.lfin I it is with pleasure that w p professional service at all times. And in this buying and shopping section of the state than that of I render you the most intellegent; rhythmically I "atni' < toiEarfc -

u: ust'd for every type of masonry can direct And remember there is One'' similar business | : regardless of aJt' Th'.i' : I "luih'
your special attentioj n only guide of the more any in nearby I and dependable service. We wish I
built building. and if you are hay. to a concern of this type. and ti? location in Jacksonville! to serve :j jt business and professionalfirms progressive I i towns or cities. i to ('al your attention to this progressive 1 A few lessons are all you II' .0! ,;, I fine'"! ;a :11"'' i :)a': .

ing a problem of water seepage iI. !>!" say that your job is always thi. you and that address again is :21v of Jacksonville we wish tr,J i Mr Lester Bragg is their Serv j concern and say that and you will b a'tonishe how!.-in' I S'' ''jdio.i
your bulding then let us suggest j most important and the first requirement \ Duval St. recommend this dependable ice & Parts Manager. Mr. JimStevens they can and will solve any of tie it cotitand enjoyabis I I I. a ;:"! ii.I .1..1.I
that you pay a visit to their office on the minds of Thi firm in I their I : to learn Call today fO an u> ,
everyone specializes the fill- ) firm to all our readers. and is Service Manager your farm implement problems rt'I'CJoJ'"! 1 T.i"
they will be happy to show you of their employees. of : _. teresting dance analysis. They only i iI 0
ing optical prescriptions. and to that .
at this
say firm
your eyesand I have adult classes and each indi I'tht PUbJH L1 '. ,

I Dr. Chester C. Dixon Chiropractor will fill your prescription exactly glasses are always their first Acme Vacuum Stores Inc. Jacksonville Flaa : vidual is especially studied for be-t we tigy'': K' '. .
Jacksonville. Fla as doctor ordered and
L your .
you concern. .
i and quickest results They feature with thfi a' I e II! :

I Dr Charles C Dixon. a grad I diagnosis and his success ha: The Al'lI1e'acuum Stores Inc modern electric machine at ? : special Bail Room Dancing sucr not .already ed f t.. !

uate of Uncoln School of Chiropractic I I 1-been_ marked indeed because o:f l.e Roy M. Pedersen Auctioneer Jacksonville: Fla. are located at 403 W. Forsyth Stand I i very reasonable pric 1 as; Rumba. Fox Trot Swing u..l iii -!: : u. f IP' 'I>

located at his ability through practice to correct have long been consideredthe In the Vacuum Cleaner Depart
) I
through Chiropractic LeRoy M. Pedersen. located at ,, get top-notch prices for your. leading place to secure the very French Mirror Plate Glass, Inc. Jiu.k"om ille Ha.
adjustments I
in Jacksonville. Florida.. And ist'quirpt'd ment will be found the most com
and various of 57 East 9th. in Jacksonville: Florida -,I wares. They areacqua.intt'd with:best is Sewing Machines! and Vacuum -
with modern X-Ray and ] types I I plete line of Vacuum Cleaners in The French Mirror Plate Glass mil"- II' IJuttalllll I .i
disorder thus aiding nature to Is a licensed Auctioneer and is values in all lines of merchandise ; CJt'aners.'f' feel that you .
precision Spinography. and is one ;I i and know when will find this well this section of the state, the ''Inc. are located at 701 to 723 E.f'very .i? .T. made ;
restore the patient to l lead I i they have raise'!L a .
: a normal a member of The National Auctioneers equippd'to _
>f this section's most prominent St and are both rors hi\, t ti. i la-.i I
life. I I the price high enough and when I serve your every need. leading makes are carried for Bay .
Association of .
Chiropractors. Because of his expertness America.The retail dealei.s, ..if everything that ',nl> 'I ,/' II '.;
The professional service to let it go. In their sewing machine de to choose from including
of a you
only member in the State of T
of analysis through the oldest strictly cr i .n I < i ireason
X-j Chiropractor is to work with nature To be an Auctioneer a man I partment you will find a mOst im- PREMIER, EUREKA. in gla being IfII. .
Florida and will auction .
Farms, HOVE '
Ray he is able to offer the Florida, establishedin Ahy 'r > '
and to find and correct displacements !I must be educated in the world of r' pre ive stock made by the worldrleading glass house in \.1"
Real Estate ELECTROLUX and othersof ,
furniture, General '
.If this vicinity the highest type rr many 1908 and -1 vlng the glau fli.e mirroi' i to
I in the spinal column. general experience he must know manufacturers of .
'f professional sen-ice. And \: Merchandise etc. I sewing equally fine makes There is this section ever since. f, in. fo,,: 'r\! r .\' I:: i'
This adjustment i is done by movement i I the price or value of any article machines many famous names in- I needs of
many visitors to his office receivev'ry There comes to nearly everyoneof : not a Vacuum Cleaner or Sewing enviable record for any .'>. ,iriiiK I tht J ir d,. s !L.
I performed by bare hand \ | brought to him for sale. eluding j Truly an
beneficial adjustments.His I us a time when we wish to dispose Machine in their 'tore that they : proud of A gla- -,. I'
a most scientific manner which in This live concern has proven byi r NEW HOME DOMESTIC, AD company t b to
treatment method incorporates of various articles of our can jot personally recommend distributors of Libh. : ., .. '
time returns the body segments I i many sales through-out this section : URAL SIMPLEX ANT) XA- a I They are i very in I 4'- { < '
a stimulation and a relaxing I household goods. farm implements the highest in quality and longwearing glass products to their normal articular of Rebuilt Owens-Ford .
I relationsand ; the State that he can. and I : as Wt"l as 'ry'tlv l liit-: n 'it '
of the of the body in or various other articles at sto i'
nerve center a private abc full and complete
releases They r
the that will for table. cabinet carry a
get all that con- f
I pressure you is possible ,,5IGEP. in depndabity. 'Iiiss I :, wi.ii.il c. .
preparation for a treatment and I former deviations caused on thenerves I or public sale.'hen we for the article in mind. An, : sle and portable for you to select: repair al.makf's of Vacuum I I jail timea to assure Y"u "f promptservice lt

through his practice the colon affected.! choose the public sales plan. it i int'cessary ic Cleaners and and whether your needc .!impossiblf, .< {"'' 'l-
I Having made Auctioneer must have hundreds ; from. Yes, there is a sewing, have a complet < 1 .
toxines that cause rheumatism' such adjustments the force to have a high class experienced of sales this store narts I in glass one piece or a carload I and thi.- fn I rt. .Pt tr. '
nerve throughout the year tc' machine to f any department t give you the b '

arthritis and other body di'oNt'r31) will flow unretarded and health salesman for it would live, and so by one !sale he sell! and every ne d. Why not come in fastest and most .nnomicl I they can take care of you. a dejif-inlaril. t. I i .r'par.,1 .
from their are corrected, indeed be a bad mistake sro all time a neith.-r : fl'I j jI
poison to try at -
will return ] in stock 'IE
naturally. I himself for another. and make your selection ? They ice Trulv this stnr" ran well I They h\'e .
and aid the colon to act as nature I making uch a sale ourselves b' and piatf I i to mdk" tr.' .' t : ',.
We wish call of window 1 /
to the i
to attentionof full line
also feature
; We highly recommend this con complete sewing ma. ; of their service, the I .
intended. i Out "puttio l' !h:, 'I'',' : t.t' r
I. our readers the fine reputationbuilt Thi<; reliable and up-to-date cern to all of our readers as a; i I chine repairs and have a complete they havp grained as Sewing r glass, furniture and desk top"safety : .

In the professional life of thissection through practice: and refer Auctioneering concern has conducted I thoroughly reliable Auctirmeei,I stock of replacement parts for ,, Machine and Viruum glass, glass blocks and gl& .titO't, ''t U.'- ,rt' [r"! '.

Dr. Chester C. Dixon has' to Dr Chester C Dixon as one sales all through th Cfaneriaht front construction not I( firms of Jacksonville .''. ,
you : fr- |: upon whose word you can depen! I every make of sewing machi. ; is. wrl earned and we I for tore

built for himself a most enviable of the most successful Chiropractors ritory. ha proved to people that at all times Write or phone 6-235c i I They ;\ ill b. elad! to convert YOUT1'.I ecommend them ti al! our reader -. to ni'-ntrn t'ieir] ; large mirror d -- |1""if on.mend the FrPi "

reputation, because of his ahiit! > in this section: I ta I when he is i the block 1 .' hv'itom !': s !i' ; it.- (Jla.s.s! : In.1. t') a .
'>ri you \vI!! fc)r complett- information I 1 i T-. -rtrci! I r.: > tvr-"e machine inte f-T compl-te s>rvre: I Dart" ?; ; .



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and Guide of 1952 These Friendly Firms Appreciate '
Shopping Pa our Business
Buying ; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, l'ridAf'E'brU ry 29. 19-VI *. aek that you show your appreciation Mae '

by keeping thsection >.<

for a shopping guide

I Edwit W. Peck Pulp Wood & Timber Buyers! Williams Funeral Home, Inc. Gainesville Fla. I Central Florida Gas & Appliance Co. Gainesville Flat. 1!-Murray Motor Co. -

Gainesville Fla. Williams Funeral Home Inc. 1 Jacksonville
mmQte personal assistance when I Central Florida Gas & Appliance F

located at 921 W. University Ave. you need it most. Co. with three convenient locationsto I i service comparable to any GAS :Murray Motor Co. located at I I car but you are buying th.,
Edwin W. Peck. in the Commerce on the part or whole that will sell I COMPANY. It is a pure clean 339 %v. Bt'a\r. on the corner of 1 t
in Gainesville, Florida is one of With modern equipment an} serve the public, with "PYRO- fuel which is ideal for cooking and Beavetat surance of a dlendabl. oar u
You can make a deal for the tim Pearl have long been
Bldg. Gainesville Florida. ber and maintain the land or h? the best known in this section, and I the best type service the necessityof FAX" Superior BOTTLED GAS h.ating. at a cost that will appeal noted for the dependability of their a reliable. dealer, the S\'ItI'! v'
Phone 3453. He writes Land and having undertaker Service, 241 W. courteous and
an at every University Ave. in to the most ; willing to Vis' \
will buy it as a whole." His demand for the convenience of the public thrifty offerings in both new and used and
cross road has passed and their I Gainesville, Florida, a second demonstrate the oar th-'v
Timber Insurance and is a service Gas service is a necessity for the cars, n-i '
that there limits, they specialize
such no in
are are
this sympathetic Funeral Home quality to
untiring efforts to in Starke, and the third in and they will
serve deserve 8t'1.
you "Completely Modern glad
volume buyer of pulp wood, dontever he has to have quantity. The cars at reasonable b
prices and
I I ,
under the direction of Dick Wile Trenton. With this go over the
consideration economical car
regardless of whether located in the point bpom'
think you have too much and day demands for just the daily I City or their customers Know that when
hams Pres., Ernest Huggins, As. the distance you are from them clean and faster; way of heating" Country. And the of ,,5 you can't go wrong A ',,' y'u
in make 1
he will not be interested your supply of pulp wood runs into hun nprienct' ,,, they a price on any car. \
Their you may also cook an.l l heat others 'I buy
modernly furnished
sociate, James W. Harvey L. F. D. mortuary your clearly this
large quantity. for that is Just dreds of thousands of tons. Figures that price is as low as possible. I I I
: and George Hayes from Lake But. being perfectly designed. water automatically as well asrefrigeratE' up-to-date concern produces the |, At this time thi- ilr .,i'
volume At '
wnat he wants. He is 'I
a that are so great that we have I I Murray Motor ( 0. you !
This of
firm i Is also wi some the" lowest
ler. father C. B. and pleasingly decorated ? most economical ; en'
George's Hayes portray satisfactory 'ieu
of amount have tc always be able
buyer any you little conception of the magnitude dealers for the to find a car to fit &
well known quiet solemnity. The use of their Magic Chef and for the isolated home. It is cars to
is in that section and no h f"llll >
and that the best il1
offer at price your budget.
usable for
for it is far beyond our Caloric they a '
Ranges. Sen-el section of
the market and good is Clerk of the Court. George chapel and private rooms are furnished Refrigerators. -( longer necessary to deny your large line of cary the state, "" MC .: .
governed by figures of comparison. Rund and cars in all priceranges that
School at no extra charge and BI''ant'a tt'r i family the satisfaction of GAS interests I i t.i .
attended: at Lake Butler a iI I t\'t'rODf' i
business practice. At the time youdecide You are extended a most cordial -i, I Heaters! and many other applianees -I Service : and whatever type of of kind
woodstockhe t and has a host of friends in complete funeral may b.> conducted no matter" where you live. !! car have any to Clt' H i '.1 t : .
to sell your pulp invitation to contact Edwin I i that section. I here. enabling you to maintain:' In making this Guide of the you in mind, they can over their fine lin--.
may have a special large de maximum supply it, or get for '
service in you : And
Cooking. ; i in .
mand immediate delivery \V. Peck and discuss your timber Williams Funeral Home, Inc I They take charge from the" time leading concerns of Gainesvilleand have this buying ..tii.l.1.t 1 >; ; '$
for you a
Heating and in I transportation j
Making Ice "
guide of .
and that would be your exact time I sales and you will be received I offers a 24 hour Ambulance service -,I I 10f the phone call and the family I No matter I the surrounding country we problem of any kind. why not stopin Jacksonville w ,' w. ,".
wish recommend
live to this
to contact him. He is a supplierto with courtesy and will get the Phone 7556.; Today their servo U relieved of all detail They you in a compliment" this modern and talk over your needs proKr\'lvt A ''II t

the manufacturing trade and very best offers. You can depend! ices are broad in scope and modern and their able assistants in al! I small town. suburb or country you firm upon the great work they are them they be glad to wit heIr mobile dealer to I our r* '', -
t doing One of \\il as one
the pulp wood industry is a big on what he tells you as to the i' they supply the best to you departments then handle evej-y detail can enjoy the comfort of City gasservice things about the surprising you to select a car to fit your ;; worthy of the fullest!
Gas when
in auto equipment and are to its termination by Pnofa' ServiceI idt'raton you \:, plv ,i A
factor of our national economy. facts concerning markets quality ) prepared having Pyrofax service is the City convenience of I: needs, and when you buy a car on buying

The manufacture of pulp wood in and price or any other information to meet all present day require In this Guide to Gainesville wt'l brought to you. This modern Gas I heatin? and refrigeration cooking for the > here you are not only buying 3 any kind selling or traliugof i

to paper and the many other use pertaining to pulp wood sup. ments and demands of the time i are glad to compliment" this sympathetic concern is a thoroughly tested development -I homes beyond the Gas mains. is its -

has a big part to play in our present plies for he is a real authority in ', They furnish you with the use of funeral home for the in the Gas equipment: low cost. Can be installed at once Jones Institute .- ;. ,. I

defense program. It is one his. the timber business. their chapel which is fittingly dig up- field, offering to the small town, ] without months of Jones Institute feature JfhS\'it. .

of the rations major industries, t It is a genuine pleasure for us nified.By to-the-minute service rendered tcj II suburban and country homes ai I natural gas mains. waiting for service in Beauty culture.a complete I started making big nion.'\>>npletion

to recommend Edwin W. Peck tcj i reason of their complete its patrons and are glad to take Barbering and of their iou: ,,' t'".'. .\
of the most important. I massage. A complete structors
one our readers and when a public I Iissue j service they have been most successful this opportunity to point out t.M course are thorough :',1 -

It you have timber lands of any is brought up he is alway in the conduct of their, our readers the high esteem in Jack Stokes' Paint' Shop I school) offers in Physiculture. This and capable and ha\' i r ,, .
; Fla courses to all Colored
description get in touch with him interested! in the best interest of I business and render an up-to-the- which they are held by all :j (aines\'ie, Students. These lon for turning out "uh 41.511'
Jack courses
Stokes Paint can be had
and have him make you an offer the community at large. I Shop locatedat put it in such condition that youwould ; in that find n.) t Ii: 'uhl"< II
2721 N. \\ 6th Street in Gamesvillt' conjunction or separately alsc getting positions and

1 1I }Florida: does expert body never know it had been ina par or full time students day or I tin business for them-'Ut 1.\11'
Industrial Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Co. I

I Duke Lumber & Supply Co. Gainesville, Fla. i Gainesville, Fla. and complete fen'lT work. seat covers and This institution ha- kept manya Jones night.! Free Institute plct'mfnt has jobs service The I{ They have fitted th-'ir

Body trim, also AutrTops truck and auto on the road that for all waiting I with the latest and th. PI''''
I Industrial Refrigeration & Air one call and will be con\'inct'.1.1 Drive III and have its graduates as soon as tural ideas in modern
Duke Lumber & Supply Co. lo fluence for good in the entire you your might have found its way to the the b.III v .,
course is
cated at 1101 South Main Street building supply line than this firm I' Conditioning Co., located at 91? for there are too many firms that glass, windshield! or window installed graveyard much sooner" if' it hadnot at S12 Clay Street completed. Located 'I ing and are offering ''hr>,",
in Gainesville Florida. Under the and this is the reason that Con University Ave. in Gainesville: they have serviced that pay tribute in your cai while you wait. :: been for their comprehensive Florida. Jacksonvie,, training an art that <-tn: h'
able management of Mr. Paul tractors and the public in genera! Florida. This progressive company to their engineering ability Jack Stokes is known through. and rapid service No matter what still 4-6005, but better parted by their graduate- < 'ii.
:I go in and
Duke and Mr. George Duke this have gone to their place for what' is headed by Mr. John as service men any make, any i out this section as one of the you might think it will alway -ervices and investigate their I customer, a public sen'!.' HI' >' "
,, what
firm has become one of the lead ever builders supplies they are in Churchman."ho i< a graduate kind and they guarantee uniform leaderin restoring wrecked car I: pay to take it around here and soc yourself you can do for ty culture second to n"H'

ing dealers and manufactures in I.I need of. You go to Duke Lumber ::: engineer of Gi-aceland College of operation. I'i and trucks This modern Aut I what be done as often for by availing yourself tc I Step by step. every phi- ,

Air and Kiln-dried lumber. They & Supply Co. with a knowledge' Iowa. and also attended the University Consult them for anything inj' Rebuilding\ Shop is i1eadquarteautoists ;' few dollars cN it will be placed in.:I their service. struction in beauty utur! <' ',,
offer the best that is to be had in that it will be the best grade. consistent '; of Miami and completedtheir the Refrigeration or Air Conditioning -'I and truckmen for good condition and will run a long: Jones Institute offers you a bering and massage i if.'o i ,1

everything in the building supply with price. j Air Conditioning Course. line and they will be able I many miles around time. hundreds of graduates who have which gives their cu.stnni.T- ,,'

line, plus ample room for parking.Go Xo firm has had a greater influence !j This tra.ning I is backed up with i to supply you with makes by the'' i ie They offer a very complete sf-rv. I in motoring over the highways- : short months you can b earning studtnts a full and "'()'pl"I.' -
there for your purchase and for good in the bUilding: much practical experience as an : leading manufacturers of the na in body and fender repairing >: thorough ice, in every Sense it I iu I ii\ '
have so that
and you been in a few
have the'
forget about loom to park for j' industry. One of the features in | engineer in both servicing many tion. Thigoes for all Domestic, :! equipped their establishment bumped by a substantial I modern School, imoip,"r.- 1'' .,

they always have plenty. If a I'I dealing with the Duke Lumber &l I I complicated service jobs as well Commercial and Industrial; instal J for with the latent of equipment road hog or a mad driver and the income, there ar.. the essentials.

pnone call at-6456-7-8 will expedite Supply Company is that they are i installations.. lations. They can supply you with I th.'ompletf' repair of bodies body of the car is dented or fend- i -\. II.
IMueprinters I
and CugSel
your service for you then ,:I,,111 a po-ition to handle all order i ion When you find it necessary tr such equipment as the modern 'I kind fenders No matter what eis bent lamps crushed, etc. just A. R JaCh "it. Flafactors

give them a ring, but better still "BUILDERS SUPPLIES" have a service call answered on walk-in and reach-in Coolers of smash-up you might have drive around to this establishment Cogswell located at 433 W. "Real Value it t i.' :! .4',

go in and see their complete stockof I j special Mill Work and timbeis your Air Conditioning or Refrigeration frozen food cases and many other I'I able been in you will find they will be''I'I and they will fix you up so that Bay St a in Jacksnvll Fla. features I"t'asonabl. prices i pii''ihu; .'

regardless of the of equipment''I to take the car or truck li l complete service in been the .
lumber and all your building succcs types ultra-modern and I i all will look like new. guiding infliicm" <>': ''i '
In :
guide we are pleased t'(\ i ICiu blue prints
supply needs. I you might have had from previous that: can give you the most economical ; photostat copies, black policy and has brought th" n .

Duke Lumber and Supply Co assure our readers that at th-> service calls, call this reliable firm and long lasting service & Smith Ornamental Iron Works line Prints. etc. They also carry a from all the surrounding t "1.1t
Fla. 1
I lull
have been an important development 'hand of Duke Lumber & Supply and you will be assured of the .I When you buy new equipment of JahoO'ille. line of engineering supplies Their service aids i in t n).,, r- *

in this community the guid Co. they will receive the best of best in service and that your plant I any type we suggest that you cal' I Cilio & Smith Oinamental Iron a cost that will surprise ,'! and surveying instruments and of busm s- Ilo, .II.tran"a'tiln It

ing influence of these men in service from this progressive firm will operate as it was designed tc j IOn this firm for not only the finest I II Works located at 2636 Edison Their irl woik is most reasonabl you., drafting, and rOm furniture and equipment ,'ont ractors Architect- Hd! | ,I< I

charge has been to supply the and we extend an invitation in in the beginning. There is: nr i in refrigeration but the best Av e. are manufacturers and de- in price where ; they invite you to bringall who use Blue Prints h t.< 1 I' .1' -.t
quality and
highest grade lumber and building behalf of the management< to cal! job too large or too cumplicatt'd.Florida !service. I -igneis of the finest quality ornamental is taken into consideration.aitistiy: of your problems pertaining to to depend upon their n.liahii. "

materials at the bottom price i at their office at say time to discuss -! iron in this section the i blueprinting to them for complete ice, for there is no jji.' '.\ "

No firm has had a greater in proposed building plans. i state, and featuins a complete o Today many modern home satisfaction, and offer out-of-town.I irregularity

RpnrIeT. .>r,* Inr. Gaineville; service in commerical and builder are including namental customers rapid service. I I They will glad t I.> > '.
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1I 1-- Fla'i tial l work. Some of the lines i in- I': iron in the construction of theii They have a modern plant under information desired "'n I'thi ",uj

I' Ha. Pest Control & Chemical Co. 'ainesville: Fla. I Florida Renderers, Inc. located prompt and courteous manner : eude Screen Door Grilles, Rail! ,, homes, and it is hardly possible ,I the direction of men who are experts *ct and if there i iyou is alythll II
at Archer Road. in Gainesville,, they operate their business : in the making of Blue Pi ints.
ings. Columns. Burglar Bars and to drive woul like to know r'S'l'.1'"' .
Florida Phone 3330. serving 1:I disinfect their trucks on any of the roads in : they are as :
Florida Pest Control & Chem pemlable. authentic information. are They daily I Steel Stairways, and they will beglad this correct as any legal then work they will la.1 t .

ical Co. 2220 N. W 6th in Gainesville In the broad scope of important the people of this section in a I which ia just another phase of to submit an estimate on see SI'tOI of the" state" and not'I douml'nt and you can rely on in I advise you. And we h e-specullv
examples of
most efficient manner observing their service offered to the public their superior1 that is found in them
headed Mr. businesses work
Florida, is by there is no one conCern I any that you may need 1 wish to refer these modern
the strict regulations required a? As soon as your stock dil'''. call i craftsmanship on many of the; This is the day and when 1:11
R. who Is that Their age Print to the
Dempsey Sapp a graduate can give you a more mlllt'I'1 shop i equippedwith > tine homes desi m' .
to sanitation. Some r this firm and then di-miss. thc ) throughout this terri- ; the public demands not enn.'ers .
the Uni the only good
Entomologist from complete satisfactory job and relief -I xerbest machinery nd'' tory. We contractors drafl and uti
i do not have this 'communilie'-j matter from mind for that you will want. :service, but the best 1
of Florida and is of mind than your they quality at a dividers.or
versity a pest Thereis | ,
they can. experiell'l'l men to do the work I f to know a little to anyone '%h'' ':
control company with a one-trip nothing more annoying to a suIt they are placed have: won liberal support from al'i''They are l'onsidt'.ed! artists SerVice moi.about their reasonable price. Their service tc himself in need of Blue Pi, nPhotocopies "

reputation for they do their workin housewife a restaurant owner, or I advantage and it is also a menace, j: the farmers and livestock 'their designs of ornamental iron.1 il'' into their and If so. why not drop .i I t rht public ha been" most sat of any n.tturteaman .-

a most thorough and competent the public than vermin, or commonly to public health in case of delayed i I because of the 'rowt'r"l> | 1 their designbeing original aid plant the next time you I' _" -_ y n.._ _

manner. They are death to pests. known pests.If I removal of dead stock. We agrec'I'I answering all calls and the removal -| their product are made of tae ale m Jacksonville They will be i"ige Aulo Mentals Jacksonville FUveniencecl .
will rid of have I the death of livestock is a r of all carcasses free. j ;J highest explain their service tr ; George Seaman Auto Rentals
They your premises you properties that have I quality materials avail | you. and I 1 or delayed. thi -t.
termites, the world's worst known any sign of termites at once" you I J loss to the owner, but a quick and 1 The promptness answering, :able to assure you of a job well i .you for are not under any | I Ioblgatiln. ilwatt' at 430 West Adams strt't" cern at once and a n."r td.1 ) ,,n

destruction to wood structures should have an inspection. These I prompt removal i is necessary and I jI II their calks and'the completeness of, 'I done. Their beautiful ornamen- j inquiries We wish they to welcome oil' j i I n, Jacksonville. Florida. Rent a b at your service.

also mice. rats roaches moths so-called flying ants by some I should be taken care of at th? I I'I(al iron work will add recommend ,new car or truck for business
their service<", and at no cost loveliness this firm and Even: though you
toi all "W1 U
fleas. bed-bugs, crickets" in 'act people will eat the main sup I earliest possible moment. i ;and charm to your home and at readers th..i' Srto ; I trips sightseeing and trucks for I that is in perfect loinlmon ''
the stock man or farmer ha- won ,
all pests. porting timbers from Under your | Regardlos- the distance you i I moving or hauling. Trucks for times it will

Their complete service covers home and you will not even suspect I may live from this city call collect for them and their company an --- I hay rides. They rent by the hour' and pay >.mi.. x.n.n
'! Hester' Plow money convenitI. I t.> "- a
any type of business, or building having any termites.: They and one of their modern I increasingly admirable position in' (., Inc. Jacksonville, Fla. ]mile, day or week Phone 4-Hl; car or truck here and tlrr.elf \ "' !"I r.

residence feedmHl.! hotel warehouse work in 24-hour shifts double trucks will make imml'diat./I/ the community's sanitation pro- ;, The lester Plow Co. Inc. lo j jI t tor reservation.All .
This I time. pick-up. No carcass removed i I gram. So in the future when you I .uitherniot e the farmers know
or building.
apartment (ra; ted at 1721 beautiful new cars properly : .
I Egner in Jackson They have ,. ,. .
without the hide, but all carcasse? have need of services of this that this plow* line has a Iar. ; ,,,- '
type ,
also includes farm industry or Theirs is one of the mot highly 1 nlle are the manufacturers b'en one i insured, as private as it.r
your own
S of the | bachelors
I are removed free of charge. They offered by this firm, remember tc'i I II I to reckon with the plow business among and "ISII\r. wi.
manufacturing public or private specialized businesses ha all
and ? I' famous HESTER PLOWS which/ ) :I I II: or go in, learn about their low have
property. If you li'eout of town met with the approval of local, are truly a friend of the farmer: call them as they always furnish l i include the HESTER 1 & 2 Disc j I I for many year* and has attained >! :I r rate- and other outstanding features -i I ness n place to keep a "-"I Mum

give them" a call and a free inspection state and government authorities 'S I in this area They have won theconfidence the best equipment and pay for ',Side Plows f one row tractors it's present supremacy by giving ; I t: Ask about Seaman cour- I from men and hundred >"t m. ,
I of the people by the the call II the farmets" of reliabUservice. I E'\'er walk of life !"- f
"r' .
will get immediate at. I Arrest this pest. they are wantedfor .ind also direct connected y"ar ; t:esy cards week
2-Discl i I the great conwnn-n','.' ..t .
tention and they will give you de- : destroying homes. ][Mows for the I If do not
Ford you own
a car. .
on you
I Fr.gl ane i prompt and econom al 1 +'">/ t
I Leader Tractors. I : such concerns a- this that''I, an still enjoy the use of a newar. "

j I Lewis Cigar & Candy Co. Gainesville, Fla. When you buy a plow why not I help to make this country) tht'I''I' because the amazingly low and they the are.surrounding rendering f t"ktu.v,, ."

Gainesville; Unstuck Market Gainesville; Fla. Lewis Cigar & Candy Co. located The Dealers find it both pleasant ; I lave the best by asking your dealT !I leading food producing country fin o-t of renting fnf' from George" Women especially t"rII pr.tiss')I

I in and profitable to shop will I" for HESTER PLOWS for theirows the world. And it is a product : I L. Seaman Auto Rentals. You courteous and efficient
Gainesville Live Stock Market I Courtesy and accommodation arc at 603! N. Main Street ;, ,
Stock I i also I Lewis Cigar & Candy Co. Their'1' 'pl are made of the best ma- I Ilk.tin' HESTER PLOW "i find it most convenient and which each in is the oldest and largest features of this valued and Gainesville Florida are whol- t.cnal.s: that ] < r*" 'i-.-
market in the State of Florida, I'essential service" which they ren customers are assured of getting on the market and they makes the job 01 arming an 'ronomical When" your car is outf when dealing with thu 'A"l. : kn, .iri

established 1935 Mr. L. 11.1| d!er the community and the tei- sale distributors of fine Cigars top quality products at a price :ire scientifically designed to give easier and more profit.tbl.bust. ..o commission don't b inconTV auto and tru<.k rentalivi.. .
Tobacco Candies one of theirpeciahties : that can be passed to the trade. ; :)roll the most dependable ness and
on this
b&'Cconnected sn'i.
Thompson has personally ritory for many mile- around edition of thf 'The
lieing fine Pclirafft'? ind they aie built to Optical Center
and the stand the Jacksonville
public at reasonableprices. more
with the market since i It is because they have won an. progressive businesan1 1'1. I

1936. and is located at Office i enviable reputation for fair dealing i Pound CandiesChocolates, and You always gt't courtesy -.evere The teht of time industrial firms of Jat'ksnnU.i Optical Center located at quality And no matte' .\ har <
I Specialities -erving this and the and friendly treatment \\ht'n'ou HESTER PLOWS need mromment we wish to 2 lift: W
South Mam Street Phone 3211 i and straightforward method" recommend this firm Adams m JaCksonvi..1 past experience ,ft"r ".
and hold their weekly sale each as"t'll as the most painstaking i surrounding territory !specializing; trade with them that alway c: at all. for the farmer and their products to all our read j 'ormely known as service that is ditfert"nt1 they '

Monday and all the farmers and s service to their patrons that thi I, i in giving quality products at reasonable makes you want to go back Thi (>hat f thi- se( tion hat come to know ers, and suggest that you ask c al Dispensary i i- \ owned by sec the pains with wn< >'\

stock raisers of this section are firm has witnessed the yeaily in prices and they sell all!1 firm always extends to you their l the Hester Plow represent your local dealer for HESTER '.t LeRoy CopHin. Mr. Copelm operation is handled It ..< t ',

invited to attend. sell or buy. i crease of the number of local II the leading brands of Cigars, To I Ir customer a sincere welcome and t f Ill he most dependable quality ant! PLOWS the next time you aitir. I! \'vill be glad to help you with all i tention which they gn >- ':u.

bacco. Candy and Specialtie-: j their services are mOst reliable greatest all around effiency. need of a plow 'our optical needs and is .
This progressive concern is one farmers dealing with them. The r ,! away! details as well a thbij p ;

of the best equipped firms in this I: farmers of this (community have Thiprogressive concern has won: : They are distributors of the ::1JaISHn'il. ady to give you helpful advice that not only gives i.-, .1'>1

section receiving live stock from ]t j come to know that tfus is a firm 1 for themselves wide acceptance in finest in Cigars Tobacco Candy .Atlantic .Memorials, Inc. Fla.\\\ \m ind information on anything per' service the greatest" ii'il: :t/ JK

| the community in the wholesale'distribution and specialties products that you aining to your glasses. hie but .
also .
all the surrounding territory and II upon they can depend. Atlanta Memorials.. Inc. lo- : lt"M h -
.1 '! of these products tcj I will\ always get fresh and products takethe "am. They will fill prescription
tendering a service that is essential The farmers and stock raisers c::ated at i1 Forest Jack-on. I painstaking cart any ttnction which n'> oth. 'I';
the retail trade. They are alsc | because of their ; in in making a k .
of outstandingquality headstone as they de irought to them that must be ob.ainM 1 equaledWe
and adds to the progress 'I \Mile manufacture- .
,,, should realize th.'alllt' of thi are and dengneis '
for the courteous manse that in making a
known the
dealers tf monument l
like or mauso through an eye :
home physician
this s.'ction.intert'sted in of j jif highly pr- ,
I monuments "nj"
11mpnrtant market it not only'I I that has been one of the foremost display They are handled by '. of distinc- leum and each job is handled by your choice with the highest
progress and under a managementthat I i furnishes valuable factor in building this business Druggist, i mn. built on the bases of quality, an artist in the cal 'li-fx-n-:. &1 ")'j- .
and a market for ; Grocery Stores Restau busme-s The ,1 l uality optical lenses ground tc
both spirited popular
is 'nbodmg both good lt without .. .
invites! farmers to compare their ,Il.riceS I their live stock but has also been I |They are rendering a genuin'jI rant;;. Confectionery and other ind long lasting materials appearance pals with which each and every 1; >I our exact prescription. and I hesitation ( .r > -

market I service to their" cu-torrters and the stores and good dealers: throughout They operation is executed makes their r nounted in any style frame or lion means a lot to Y''J 4' i A ,
with competition instrumental i in helping to Incl't'slI : : naintain
r a large -tuck for tc
will I I) community in general this community you I monuments the very best that car "I nounting that you dp"irt. They : ever you pay. l, l I. ,
and when this is done you the value of farm land in thi.- t noose from at all tim.Their th COt *
from far and I I b had arid they will b happy i" aserve .re then adjusted to your face the value is high. And "HI '
find why farmers | section of the state by having i display of rrommient' tc 5 -in 1
livestock mpressive you at any time, just drop .' I t:tat you will obtain the utmost has spared n'ithettim. '
their this excellent ?
near prefer bringing market right at I 'j
is of the
one largest i this
there. i our door. How ell's Business School Gainesville: Fla. t Lt of thetate in secion in and let them know what you s i ervice from your glasses i i pense ID installing U!hn-si' >p'

''' desire, and they follow your A personal invitation is extendj j cal stock and
How ell's Business School. 213 W' i phere of business and general educational You will find that this firm order. to the wi. eupm"nt t.i..
e d to all those who are m needf you of the finest op'i' ti 1
University Ave. across from Fla: j jI interest. Py it dignity. itV

Aero Mayflower Transit Co. Gainesville, Fla.quirements i I' Theatre over Gainesville Gas Con the visitor is immediately impressed I F Ilimble Truck Body Wok Jacksonville, Fla. ) optical service of the finest at all time.s

This progressive School i.s a j jj j ji with the earnestness |I
) in dealing
pan I First & Liberty Street Convalescent Home Jacksonville .
Afro Mayflower Transit Co. of the customer. You j fully accredited Commercial1' with students and their direct and The Himble Truck Body Work:I''specialize in every style of body Fla

and Gainesville Bonded Warehouse I can depend on the service of their School. I II II intelligent i discussion of school (;ocated "n N, Main St Rt 2 Box madE which include.- Vans Trail First & Liberty Street Ton. Their food I! prepare. tv

Inc. located at 1040 S Main Street trucks as being the very best. I I I Those who are preparing for a matters.'a,'S5-H in ..la&ksonviitare) maimctuers "rs. Flats. Stakes and in fact anything valescent Home located at 1034 :, specialist j.i diet und"r til r
in Gainesville. Florida are movers If you are planning on moving i business or professional career Thi- college\] keens then text of custom made truck that pertains to truck'' Liberty Street t. in Jacksom'lfj!* sanitary l'fndltons. aiwty gi'i

of fine furniture 'Across the or storing your furniture or office I should visit this school. It also i- I bookand instruction m accord lJ)odie.s of the finest quality theyan bodies. and we think thai you will Honda "BE AT HOME WITH the pati.-nt well balan... nourt.'

Street or Across the Country." equipment and fixtures they will !! approved for veterans secretarial i with the rapidly advancing c supply en.r ned regardleif -? b able to find tht'en'lce that i> HOME CARE' specializing in I i ing, and appetizing me-tl
Local and long distance moving, take complete charge. relieving, and accounting courses Latest :| Students from this school! times be (J, the size both' you need. you require at this inodern and '!! diet and care of invalids. 24- hour building the health and it t'-i,

48 States Mexico and Canada. you of all work and worry. giving model office machines individual found m all walks of business can and This company's service is avail- I up-to-date concern, their prices nui-ing Phone 6-8579. \! s aees-ar' for th-- na> '

Estimates without obligation.Bond..d L, 'ou the best service at reasonable I advancement unexcelled instruc 'II professional 1 life.Sure success" I a i bit to all truck owners from the are most reasonable, the service This Convalescent Home is well person

Storage \Warehouse expert rates. The manager and em 1 tors qualify their students for top) I and a great demand for 'ij.'rgest fleet transportation comiame I i is speedy and courteous, and you located plenty of sunshine never ] Their nurses rer lb.l'i
graduates' :;
packing' by experienced help. 'No" ployees are courteous and ready to I paying positions and bring them assure prompt placement rapid P, to the smallest individual! I 'A-ill find that dealing with them ;: enough noise to bother the sick, typ*, sympathetic and understaiing :,

job too Small No job too Large answer all questions. Every one The invest- :! who operates a truck for! i i but to thatfrit
: !greater promotions promotion and future security. rS i is a pleasure near enough so : l who make you feel 1 that w*..
The people of this section are in this section should take advantage I mer.t of a few months time at thu h u.s business or farm. and they( They also feature a complete, 'nds and relatives of they for
very fortunate in having a transfer ; of this local truck line as they This 1.i the day and age of spen ptent'can d you i never lit r
dividends Free to
| 54.hoolill bring
pay big I you your problems i I repair service on all makes of call without great ; trouble. Jacksonville and
and storage so well managed I aid in no little measure in the service the demand for Under the direction of the them
t at time will '
placement .0 any they i ielp 1 trailers and truck bodies they' venience. i, rounding
and wisely conducted, serving the progress and growth of this sec above the average trained students teachers of this school a man on i h 1 you with your plans. oj- will I have a modern repair department Heating ventilation and sani tunate in having a u convai.s.v..r
tion of
and the the State.
general public community., exceeds the supply. woman can prepare to keep pac i| d l esign a trailer or truck body for :it your disposal at all times tr tar arrangements are most com home. "So Like a Horn-

with their most modern trucks, excellent ; In this Guide we wish to refer j At this school you will be impressed i with the demands of the times. ', >'ou or wi build from your plan I ]keep equipment In top notch con- >letely planned for the comfor' j jf effortsmanagement ,
trained untiring
equipment and all of our readers to their service by the intelligence and Without preparation the demands nd specifications and the ma-1 luion. and in this edition of the the" patient All methods ar : T

drivers. for they have won an enviable culture of the management well .of present day efficiency soon tl(rials that go into the construe-1 eading firms of Jacksonville, we ipproved by supervising medica'iminority I to dov,'ry*

all They points maintain and route a service their between trucksto reputation for fair dealing and informed in advanced data concerning J l loses one in the hurry and bustle 1 ti i ion of your truck body or trailer wWi I to recommend this firm an All rooms are light and J possible fo th comfo-' tnt :

straight forward methods as well business course.s. that conform : of modern: methods Get your \\;l be of the highest quality 1::heir service to heerfully decorated and have of each guest has ma.l- *
leave and arrive at the'arious as the depndabl. al
: j most
painstaking service to to modern business methods bus.ness training_ a" :>., Sv.hoof! a variable! .- \\ ) needtru bod1:. hrit! hopi,. atmosphere which hat s well loved by hot-. > '
point.-' at intervals" to meet the re- their patrons. I r
| You will
instantly feel I the atm: >S- pe.a1ist3 I Hnb'Tru: Body W'>:k- .t': riiho... '. i. affect on thaf r-f.--J theirf-
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During Mission Week "- '-<' :-:'- : '=: :: '-

I II Thi week 'it preaching and '") Another TAR L IN G >

I i I tatuin Methodist III the United Florida Evangelistic Coiu-Tenie, BIG QuantitySALE

I :Mission came to a glorious ,Umax f
Baptist ChurchThe Methodist Church j I Sunday afternoon in the gn.a' j
1 Victory :Mass :Meeting heul at .
First Baptist Church ofj I Sunday. March 2, the First Sunday Gainesville in the First It'thodl.t L E GROCERY & MARKET J Rights
Starke is observing the month of I I I in Lent, will be observed as Church. J
Commitment throughout the
March as Church Loyalty Month Day The Rev. Thomas Mitchell, )
with an endeavor to reach every I I entire Methodist Church. Once a pastor of the First .II't'lodist' Now
resident church member during year this day Methodist people Church of Starke announced that Reserved
the month for attendance at serv I are urged to commit themselves their workers secured 11 nmmt c On Corner Call & Cherry Sts. Starke, Fla.
ice. The week of March 16 will.I to sobriety, by adopting the prmd- ments by profession of faith an.*

be observed as Loyalty Week when| pie and practice of total abstinence 13 by transfer. The new mi tuber- These Prices Good Fri. and Sat., Feb. 29 March 1 '
over 200 are expected to meet at from alcoholic beverage The Rev y'j: -
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will be -
received SUllI.Idr: : 2f- .
on : :-.r_
1 Mitche'l' the ., .
the church nightly for inspiration.! Thomas G. pastor 9. Careful plan, are being aa- ;...;- --.- '
the ; First Methodist Church, wi!' -
This Sunday morning Pastor' II to help them find then :.. n
message will be "Loyalty to! preach Sunday morning at 11 the life of the church
Christ. During the service the I o'clock on the subject "Create and
The Hev. Fred R. Pi-' it
choir. directed by Mrs Mona i Make New". Holy Communion will .
Beaver Dam Ky. as"-I; n> b1axwe1l
Canova, will bring special musicand I be administered at the close of
Rev. Mitchell in the pi-' -i' ''ing
Miss Julia Lawson will be at the service. .
services and visitation l'\ III:: 'llsm
the organ. I The Church School begins at
crusade which were th. p' n 'ipi. House C
Sunday evening the evangelictiemessage : 9:45 every Sunday Morning with ,
feature of the -ir
by the Pastor will bf ] a class for every age group. The
local church.
"Caught". The Youth Choir directed j Senior and Intermediate Methodist -
by Miss Aliese Lawson will. Youth Fellowships meet at The composite rep-n! Lb.
of the 6 each Florida Conference nuuii i n-
sing and lead the singing p. m. Sunday evening
congregation in familiar hymns i You are cordially invited to select I. Mass Meeting revealed int 101.
t*' lowing statistics: Chaifn.:< -ei-
favorite hymns
and choruses with the piano-organ- your gospel
I pating 300 Guest patm w) interviews
duo. sing at the Sunday evening serv'ice -
Sunday:; School meets 9:15: with ': at 7:30.: Special music is furnished with prospeiti. gem
Orie Wiggins, Associate Superintendent -i 1 each Sunday evening by ber--26.75S; total by P'[ vsion)
of faith.-3.lH 1 total <.,, .. .
: >- .
in charge and department .1 the Methodist Youth Choir. Sunday' 3,265; total commitlll'to))9 .. -" 1... .-....- __-'' __--, .-.:..--- <<-.
*) and classes for all ages, evening Mr. Mitchell will preach .
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Training Unions under the direc-.[ the first in a series of Sunday: grand total attendant t' --- .- '. "'' -, -- '--. .. --
tion of J. T. Lawson meet at 6:15,,.'Evening Lenten sermons on "Tho icess-2l9.G..
Mid-week service with the i,i Personalities of the Passion". The General Chairman 01 Hi.. '>" .1
Pastor in charge will be as usual[ subject of the sermon for Sunday Evangelistic Mission: \\,'- Hi-ho' ;.
Wednesday 7:30 with an inspirational -.i j night will be "Simon Peter". I Roy H. Short of Ja k-niMll. TM SOAP
message and "prayer and II I Executive Chaii'uianv th: 1 I', RICE CATSUP
testimony time" for all. At The Tabernacle 1\ \V Blak- Super 1111. mien' nt
An invitation is extended tc>I' Jacksonville I Intin1BROOKER t i t tI ti

resident and visitor alike to WOr'ship 'I| A treat is in store for. lovers of I
at all services at the Firs!;good music on March 10 and 11
Baptist Church of Starke. I i when the three. Loveladys of Kalamazoo i i Camay Dixie Lilly
j Mich will appear at the 5 Bars C Del Monte
Lux 7
Tabernacle with their varied musical Best: C C
Church of God8th Mrs E J. LewisVMU
': instruments, including organ. ,i Palmolive. Long Grain 3 9 14 Oz.Size 18I
& St. Ciair Sta. | accordion, Solovox, and "convert- tiP
Sunday School If a.m. I! ed" Whiskey bottles. \ sleeting Held Cashmere Bouquet The
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.,.1 j Last Friday evening the Taborj An interesting program' ijoyed : .11 Octagon Large Size
Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m.. i nacle group enjoye-t hearing by members of theM> al
Y. P. E Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m Samuel Starquist who played and the Baptist Church \\'.,.tlnt''lMY .. -K.. -""'.- _.

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. sang several numbers. afternoon, Feb. 20, at 2! \I'> inMrs. --- ri:: .r----R -- _.

t Eugene Cro.b\ j" -ltl. wand ..... _' -- --" ._' .. _" .' : = ::-. .:': .
I'EXTECOSTAL: HOLINESS' St. Edward's Catholic I Mrs. James W. Th."iias. !i II'<) -... -- -- --- ... .. ..- -. '-- ''' -
gram! chairman, we n "aifj-
Sunday School 10 a.m. Rev. Richard Lyons, pastor. ( The devotional was givn '1\ airy; > ,
Morning Service 11 a.m. Mass at 9:15: a. m. 3 Lb. Ctn" '-
;, Sunday | James W. Thomas and a'a!" \\'a.k Lb.
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Weekly Mass at S: a. m. sung by Mrs. Hewlett Vuierson; ..
Prayer Meetings Wednesda};> I Confessions Saturday 7:30: to The
program W'1I1""> n..i i 'Viill
night 7M5 p.m. Saturday nigh 18:30 P.M.Children's. prayer by Mrs Lloyd I.v ,I I fan
7:45 p.m. I I Catechism Classes. lug part on the pioyi. :I m(' Lard
-H. Gorsira. Pasto r I Wednesday 1:00: P.M.Presbyterian Mi-. Lloyd Barry. Miss j- t i

Dads and Mom Club and Mrs. Eugene Cn.,t> ,\
1 65C
At New Bethel : Church ej-s wet also offered\ l .\1. H .n 19cm
The Dad and Moms Club will Sunday School at 9:13Friendship : Willis and Miss Lc\\'!.>.

meet Sunday, March 2, at 2 o'clock Class 10 a m. The business meeting -ieVMU
m New Bethel Baptist! church. Allf!1 11 a.lII.Iorning': service conducted \ will be held at th. 'I i "m nMrs.
patrons and citizens of Bradford'' by Rev. L.A. Shepherd of Dyal \Vednesd-i\ .,I'. County are urged to b,> present I State Farm. March 5, at 2 o'clock K\--: m Shortning Swifts
I I Youth Fellowship Sunday evening I is cordially invited to :rt.'n! '..: Pure

at 7 p.m.Church Personal Items .. .
On May 6 Vote lor The B. F. Hazens of < ;
of ChristCorner spent Sunday afteriu -: ,II n!%;
lOlli and McMahon
Elbert Mott of the I I' \
Congressman. 8th Dist. Bible School-10 A. M tationed in Washing!II,! ; s
Preaching-11 A. :M. ani 7:30: 1, spending his leave !h.>.> ?
P. M. I parents, the S. M. 1\111. t't tWe Small
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study are to ,
sorry rep.!
How To RelieveBronchitis each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. I W Markey is contii: ''J i 'J, Tender C
Everyone welcome. I Alachua General H" I

Gainesville, where Juan ,(
nirncii or JEsrs: ; CHRIST
eye operation Picnic
Creomulsion relieves promptly because I I Kenneth Mott, son( I 01'
Masonic Temple, Call Street. Mrs. H( II Mott. li.i, ,
it goes right to the seat of the trouble ; I 'II i
to help loosen and expel germ laden Sunday School every Sunday: .1 I fined to the Ala.dlll'. phlegm and aid nature to soothe and morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services 1 HPILti for several u., ,

heal raw, tender inflamed bronchial 6 30 p m A cordial invitationis ,
I membranes. Guaranteed to please you extended to all.
or money refunded. Creomulsion has u.
stood the test of millions of users. OITH K: SI 1'IM.IKS: : BAYLESS mmlrv \

CO. TELEr.UAriJ U\ > (). t. ( rosliy
Ceughj Chut Colds, Acute Bronchiti .
OF ALL KINDS ,, .. o.. ._-0. _''.'; '' Ii :
('hurheu.: .Ii'2" -!.'I! > .

K.v .I I 1 I-: Li.1.1.I ": 1 tit
I n'li' (i his -STEW COCA-COLA
apII'lllItlll11!)) iesHighu.u >

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, StarkeRev. ,' despite SiMiian.bad x\-. ..-i,ii-t.! mietiling ,,

II '" 1_________ liev Turner of Oak t ; Lewis D. Haines, Pastor I at Bayless High' \ ?u.day Or

Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town I. attend.| night Don't Everyone is If"i>i .,. .< ., BRISKET_ Big Grapette
forget Sun! 1 i. > *>''

PHONES, : Office 234,- Pastorium_ 130: ______ I t. 10.15 and Training i'I i o Or C 6 Bottle C
---" I I I 6:30: each Sunday H Firm Io C

:Morning Services "Loyalty to Chrkt"Evening I Rain Ram gO.I. a* RIB 3 3 Carton

Services "Cau hr' t tanners want to plain E.: .u.. LB. Heads Plus
| I is patiently, rather .
__ ____ __ or i impat" 'v
VN-N N N V-N fNNNN V N N N i N .
waiting for Deposit
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00:() A.M.: 7:30: P.M. '. .ius t tn .-t the a g sprung > ''It i iNo u !.. _,, __ '
Sunday School 9:43: A.M.: --Training Unions 6:15: : P.M. i : till,- has:, been brave
eb .. ,
Mm-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY. 7:30: P.M.1.I I i -yin: planting .- :airs Lillian COUIUT .
d i tnMiriiai

1 > .re' visitor in .Lt-: ." 4

I'Mllsilay' : Litll.l1d1.lI. '. I n ;. )In.s
iinniuiiization. poor Iv '. .."
P'ley were aicompain ::1. '>\ 4 C
RL'XD.7:30 P. M. Title! Robbie Woods wh" FRAY .
nnig pp. .4
a few days with his .' ", ,< d B f
aunt.: Mr and Mrs H I C. K u\.
"She Shoulda Missed seeing Mr[ aryl V! '!'
Crosby Crosby is at suffering church fp Sin.>'i.,;..i. .\1 at' I

l condition and is undei .j."< i
Said NO! I at present Hope shev : be
up and around again ,

Mr and Mrs (" C O, If'

Don't Miss This Shocking: son. Buie were 1Siw1': : ofllrs.
But Timely Sermon By Pastor Otis Crawford m r./ tilt-
"iJobCray-: Saturday. Sure glad t to. .1 \Its
Crawford it better .I::. '.r .. ... ?" -. -.-' :-.
an abcess in her head .'
100' GuaranteedIt's f
j. been under the care
Time You Knew The Facts ( for several weeks. SNUFF
Spotted Mary Ella .1' : .
Slay away And Stay Dumb Watterson \' Sitingi: f- TIDE
folks, the Calvin Waulsead. :
NOTICE : It i is AchUed That Children UNDER SIXTEEN MEALC

Accompanied>d Hy Their Parents .I. Mrs Edna Jones celet.v; ,
blrthd3vanni\"enar\ u :v "
0 dinner! Sunday. Her .
RRSlVAPTO with her.Helen Any 3 For 25C Large

CHURCH Hampton ransacting: and business Wanda in C:>";,-'' Brand 2 7c

'! 5 Lb.
Friday. Bag

Lomz Ea.0 'JOIf cSwt BUV; F.--nmmnOK The -_ -- ... '
II Fountain I'enith a (point for .- ---i---r 'a-. _
every u.... S! complete BraJfurd -
Count Telegraph -. -- .. .. -- -

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FRIDAY, FEBRFARA '?<>. 1'IWill \-,"

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Co. Older 4-H Girls \VMU Circle NoticesThe ; Recent Birthsi Itl....K ".i N, w int, ed Court and ,oiu e anti you are
Hobud required he .
Salvage I 'I I in KU ..f :NE'1 Sr. I to [ taVen a* ,','nr.I -
I s.-r-e a r)(

Jacksonville, Fla. I Form Club To Meet :' Daptt-t WMU: circles will i and Mi-: Robert Barkley of I, I-"-"t-: &I. W:T; of, ,.Ki.fw! .. k '14 I :MI iv-r' 1.or p1 plead"i:-".ffs: l''I'r to Attorneys the complaint jour EI \an-:\" I I' "n"ta This' ...notice\ shah ov

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I hold their March next Jacksonville announce the birtrof New. ili\rr in h'" : I .!r i: ir 1',1 i :N oJ] i P r\"i I' ..' hw."a"a
meetings 1"
Twice MonthlyThe I .f NE'S Sfi -
Hobud Salvage O 'located at ................ Tuesday afternoon and evening. a daughter on Wednesday. Feb I i U i. .,.[.1'W': A. | -- a S ','" ".INX.,. F''i I P\!: .'U j ij and. I file: ,all.! _, .1., /h "
the -
1131: Houston. in Jacksonville older girl in the 'ounty are I I The I..orena Epperson circle Mrs i{ :20.!/ in St Vincent's Hospital.! Mrs. ,11-. I iii\1.1: I ..i 1:1..1.. :; oil \ It .t_ ,\. 0' .tl!, In. th* ff.e of the ('I.ark origin of th. i !" <1'"f-'I\t-I-\.I\;' I .

Florida dealers in Scrap Iron Birthday Party Baikley the former .... 0'" -a S--, "r |tatfar.lb... !l-. ... .
are a 4-H Club under the B. T. Thomas chairman will meet is MargaretStnngfelkm I. 1 1a I -l .I t 111.|| I !a. J I I'l'' at'.1"I. -, k "
organizing a I l" th.iu, .
v. .i-a'.i f fy: !"rt ; l' t l'' .
I- in. ll! I the !-t.i ,
-Copper--Aluminum and Pipe. leadership of Miss Dorothy Ross. For Carolyn with Mrs C. 3. Powell at 3 o'clock of State Farm. .1 FloridaI'v I Ita.a''"-- a' f t I r,"'"pll'! ",. I

They buy all of your scrap metals which Daisy Fowler circle Mrs. Maxie I: ,\. .1. Th.im.iAn.. lit?. .
and in turn have many useful Home/ Demonstration Agent. Mrs J. M Vnkers Carter. leader. will meet with Mrs. CAItl 01' TII INKS:; I Tru-,... -, I I Finn! -----S-- 6. --------S.---- _
month 9 30 I.ratlfoid\ ', I L.
at :
will meet twice a Weish to -iinivirrn I
: items that the public may buy. I at a delightful party P. D. Reddish at 3 o'clock express our deep

many This friends firm wishes for their to thank cooperation their:, meeting a.m. in the Saturday court the house.girls At started the I I lyn afternoon, who was for her .Andrews Id.i Darby leader.circle.will Mrs.meet W.with L appreciation nes-ea and beautiful for the floral many offer kind- I I :';"1'11'11.: a l.. Rt'a.\i Ivll'KN \: it ii \ MI/ : [: LEES S DRIVE THEATRE T R E

for their room ..
crocheting a rug I ings during the time of our recent' tn U\ i tli. i |11t'1-.n.-! h.ixiuK ,mi. i I.
in bringing! in their scrap and wish I from old hose. sock-! etc. The birthday anniversary. Mrs. J. A. Lewi, with Mrs J. D bereavement The family of I formal I !a-------n/ i inns I Ii., x \\h i,, .

to remind you they still pay top I color siheme of a* cohostes.- at 3 o'cloi k. mili.iaij'I'akt'-
anxious to finish them so I j j A Broward Stuckland ,n"a; .. tJ.d ,, ,
girls are I I / a n HI .M; I h a .m.a \ KEYSTONE
prices. Phone 4.1553.Adv.. ) I exhibit at the r'en'a- carried out I Dora Alderman circle Mrs. G. of Mar> ti I .'.. ." in mi ..', I I.., k \ \1 1I | I HEIGHTS
they can put on an lt\I < '''ut, M. ."i-. uSi.iik! ". Fli.ii.l 1I I 4
the home for the ,' B leader. will with -- -- --------- -- _. _
Flynn. meet ,. ,
County 4
: Home Demonstration) Political I! Iv foint If "" in I.'rl.'I"I! id.. I --- --- -

WC.T.U. 22. ous bouquets of Mrs L. U :Morgan at 3 o'clock VMll i\ ....,,-.1./. ] I Ih.) .tjJIli| .. .a I t..,II, .1 I 1. C 4
Council meeting April ,'|.I Announcements per Itch fit, I I.. ti.r- <..f.1"l ,,"-"- i FUI..SAT. IT.IJ.; ;2\\\) :MVU I 4
1 I I At the next meeting. :March: 8, 'weie used throughout Helen Masters
\\ oriJl' LIKK: TO MEET; ADKl.NKINC. I'ettis of The dining table was Board leader will meet with Mrs anal w ill in..K ..\ itl.-t) t. ".1. ", 'n>. 4

DKU'KIl OX YOUK ''it is expected that Mr I II 'I I cloth and F. J. Shaw at 2:30: o'clock I Mill '|11Inll'I': thi- mill\ g.rn.il! ..d.II.I. ..f !Ii i -.t.1 l I 1'.1/!i il [ SOUTH OF ST. LOUIS 4 4
lace ,
I the Agricultural Extension Service a I I h..r..I."nnoun! ,'" mv riid: iiLj'i' l i II .a tail I ill. ana/ H .i ,"I ii 4
SIDK OP TIIK JIOAI ? ? to white birthday cake Doris Knight circle, Mrs T. K. t..r r.--'l.-'t| I..n t.. the office of ration' / Ih..r.i -1| 4

TIIKX: \\ JIV M'l'l'OIJT TJIETKAI'I in Gainesville will be present :':. and !MiClane leader. will meet in the ShenffuhKot ii> tin. Ivm.icrati. I : I, i l'i 1'r 1 v in.u I- .. ...11'I I fc Joel) McKae. .\Ie\U :Smith. Zachary' Scott 4
I demonstration on the 4-H pink green. Prim:IMm May : I I 4
give a
W THAT I'liODI'C I educational building at 7.30: o'clock. H.iMne faithfulh d\ turB'd: /. Hi- t: ITE( 'II IOI.OH 4

hIM I Club electricity prosram.; Games were played Mrs :M F. Hazen. WMU program tint i i..,. ..t f the ...ffi.t t in t the t'.t| "fnv MITH. : TO U'PKUl: 4

Slide films and other interesting afternoon and prizes ahiht\. diirini; m\ first, tim I Ipromie In lirrnit ( ..nrt. Itradforil < ..unit. 4
(IMF.I NATIOXALOICK:). : chairman announces thefollowing l'l..ri4a; In 4'IflirE'r.'aigmnaa J Sl'X. IO\ Tl
for future meetings the winners Favors if re-elected' to mntinuet ., KS.: M 1.\ItL:? { )
things are in store to week for I.i.l. \ M..I. rinii'iif,
prayer program: conduit. ,the affairs of thi uffi .- / \ -
'horns and bubble gum 'I fair 'tnd Impartial minn 1.ti 'v ..IM 1 I'1.: |---a'. 1 I.. f. ""d.| i, ii 4
March 3 to 7: I.n 4
DESIIIAHLE The 'it.tfld, siiuport of HI.v.'pr'. < i -i \ s.ii'I: DISTANT DRUMS
All girls between the ages of 10 to the 3o young : Monday at 3 o'clock in the educational in the Puiintv will lie gretlh' ,11'] "\mlli-r Top|>rar.T. 4 4

.. !1.11\\1", "111.--: M.I.III. .
Office and 21 who are not already enrolled building. I p! 1 1 Kited n 4
Space It,.-|>eetfnllsnhniil'. ;" .1.11' 1 \\ .-.. | i -id-ma.' |1- I i--: .| I :i |ta.| .I iilm : Starring ( ;ar\ Cooper In Technuiilo 4
in a 4-H Club are invited toattend' Intermediate Tuesday circle mpetin s.Wednesday I n nF.I'pI-\I\ \' China ,
,- 4
FOR RENT these meetings I evening in the church Y..II .11 a "' )ll,..i't I a Ii,.I '. il I t tail :.1 .4
HasVein'er roit iirnirrTn : stilt I f.>r l 1ai i\nr.- mil, i. -I..i .ii? .in WEt 4
Consists of two nice large I Tho. present Saturday were: I auditorium. 7-30: p.m. tMtnters of Prdf.riI., a'nii'v t tI ..f iit.ii.It-i/ 1/1'/ ; Ill- I I. >-ll MlI,I TIIIK. :M\U. :,. f r 4

Crosby. i Thursday' and Friday in educa- .. ", irnn offerlnsr mxsMif :iv :ij aKiint.u: ill ih. .ii\,..\ nun.'dCourt I
Ruth Joyce
rooms, newly I dt"f'uratl'd. 12 Anna Crosby. The intermediate j '''tndiditi: f..r Sheriff IIf Rr.idf..id :and calla:111' <1 \in .11. r.quirnd .',
Cox. Jeanette Blount. An- i I tional building 3 o'clock '. t.. .. SHADOW IN THE SKY I
uindousith Venetian Marilyn Union of .nil'"' siileot| to the PemiiifitiiPrtmirx ; -ft\ a i-i.i\ ''.t \.ui niiWii -
Blinds.Toiln the Training .
I members, ..l pleaiiinj >" th.' .....
Rosier and Mrs. Hazen requests all .'. :\1:1Ii: 1 assure vi )i I th.itI < .1'1.,1/1/
nette Gieen Shirley church had a weiner will v...nr.t.. on the i'laintitfltnrii.x 1 :Xnl j, II
i lavorutorj. _Xe\v I depl\' annrei iat- :
Mrs. Beatiue Rosiei i of I to be pre-ent at one or all of the' t| .ind .nine support. and if eleitidi OiniKla.rt'i I.\ n' I I Illi"o: l" 1 :. .Ink' Ralph 'lecherant' /Da\K: .lanu-: > \\ hit mill II

floor. I.. <'aie.l Call St. above I recreational room meetings i ".III r- nI..r I h.t..ph' -oher ..tmlii. HOD*'Illf, Florida a n' -I I fill Iii.'i 2 i,

II. 'Saturday evening .'n.---t n.'"oi..I-lr.I"n *.f this n1l>,.t al in tin' offn, "> ,f in' I'll.1'1.i ..t 1 tlCirrim .14
C. Wall Insurance Agf')'. I Court --
import; :i"< .H' SiinerelvT i 11'"i funtin -

Apply Mrs. Carrie Hitch .\(ldingIu'hinf'i: and l Portable I i i drum.the party Mrs-were C. I.Mrs.. \ JuniorVolnen i'. a Mi\: Ion > 'ra\\f..rol dav All..K.ili.nf :\Mir'li. ..f -.I I I"' l th.-a nlaiti'\\ a-. aah. r _ _ '.. ___ _ _ _ _ .. _ _-_ -_ .

522 ,. Typewriters sold on time.-Brad. I rOIC {'O" ",.,. "f"ICI"IHnI""TIlIf'T .. t.ik.-11 a<5"Y.f.? ,l "MI .
n. Cherry I'honeoO-J; Ewell Lawson. Meet
I To Monday ) 'l'11I1f This "n..tlo'.- -h. l m.Iiti I". l 1.-.
ford County Telegraph. tmTidul .'.. .-.i,.h w .--h t f. ', '
I l..r..I l.\' "
Azaleas and fern it T-i.ti"' Week-End
| I \Mfk111 I th.' "IN, ..'! .1' 'I 1'. :
The Manh meeting of the Junior| f..r I "" "I\ o..III.j..n..r; fnm 1hI -
'throughout the room I Itiut! Tim.". ( "Hlli ,tuKtV: ,,,hi. II gralttmat.i t DUCKY'S ;
I Woman's Club will be held Monday hitI ,- .': oj.i '.
refreshment table as I ttt the will! .r III.' \ .t't- In til.i .-
evening at 8 clock in the''i i ".. ....r.itt.. Prinm: I ..f :M.if; If !ti: .... :
( si I 1\1: I
for the
I 'I'' ..1"0'1..1 l | | ui |II| t-.i.-,, | (Ih|i v.-i, \ 1,,,-t 1'\1-'FI.'I.\\ ,, SPECIALS :
which aiinua1 1 h -
NOTICE club house at time a't..a i I'
Games were played I j .rvi. i;.'e ,.f \\ I". h 1 ,1111 i ; ,tI.t'l.l./, t t.. Ry M\ 1'I.\ I I... ,a-', I I ,
report will be given IT,' ,l-t; ,-i.-t mil/ I I I''t!Jill' it Ina'Yl'Ill : I o .

t- evening and prizes 'I All members requested tc. 1'.1.'. .1.Mill I "'I|11'1"| | ,, t \\ III \I... .I ;' I \
to the winners i prenatedj ; 'OTIf'K TO *rlHl : ( hildren'j. HomePermanonts
meet at the club house at 6:15: I ---.J. M .u "I in'i: ': 1-:1'\\\1:1':: TONETTE :
: .11) I.I I. In irrnil <'
urt. Itratffiml I ,.
charades ii.uno.Florlil.i
prizes were I : 1 1 1 1 1.50 !
''the evening preceding the meet : In ('hnnrrr.Jaf >'. by :
I a yo-yo. and : nile C UIT't C'C1\I'1I..III\In ))'"- n.i.ix l i.-l.: ""I"nl1"; iI |i-:
jumping who ing to get equipment for the Red 1.I niMnii .TIIUIM: : i I Ian t't; -;ix l I....il. I. r>. f..r.il- : Toni Plus ta\ :
rope. I I h-Ttli\' .inniiiim .. m\' i.indid.nv i \
I form with their prizes. Cross house to house canvassj I I foi. t'iMinlv. ; < '''IIII11I''lfJIIf.i.; m I fiom IMP .:- I To vNotlre ,

WE CANNOT ACCEPT the ;;: j Hostesses for the meeting trut Thr:.' ( Sinilh St.uk. )t. ,ulijei T.' p.. tpimtr.l.a,in.' i ni

Attending : Mrs Stanley Noegol chairman :I to the I'''Iw'ratll'; Primaries in M.O i-..-"I..n..* 'I',-I \ \ i iV'.ii | Toni! Spin Curlers 1.29
I ., !
\'oungsters. and the ( I If .10"1..1.. I will 'n'" nn dist ri. IIi a i-.i-. I ha i..tatilt !
attending were Rev. Mrs. Jim Fvitch Mrs. CarsorRoberts. I .iami iiiunu tt. th.. I...st of mv ability. foi !I. ,|1'i I f |I. .:

: I Mrs. Ernest Phillips anc1 I aRrays keeping I the Mitels'. liest mIti.sts again*:) -, in I Ii' ..1 j.. i "11,1! \
and Mrs J. T. La\vson 'I fir-t Ymir \'<.te andMiiport active Courtin:, .! \au..t'I, x .a..": :u- i.o.uire'1 \

Suitt. Rev and Mrs. Mrs Guy Sale | will lie greatly appreciated t i \e a ''p\ f \ r ;a 11'OI Toni Plastic
ANY MORE MEAT AFTER I I '''ur friend, "xx, i a.!I. :.iilmir' a ii. ',. < <". i Curlers .89 !
and Mi- H. A. I -U A lliiiddItlSHiiP: jaitmiat'a. 'i 11., Plaintiff'M: i 110\- \

I I WSCS Notices *' I Iva'I': 1 P> ,011-a) in.l X.: .,,1 i I:I.IM, .
I I'OU TI .\ \ \ ''.I.OIt Ir 1 1" a i\. '',11a2.' TS' ;i,lin_

I Woodman I herehv : Circle members of the Metho hj: candidate for the offu e ..r Tax .\s. ..i inn, il 'II'' 'I.... offi .-: 'I. il h I Home Permanent 1.50 :

4"sessor of I'r.idftird C ',''unty subjei ..f "l I h.| I 'a' "a- t foil! f"T ,
MARCH 1ST 1 The Supreme ,L dist church WSCS will hold then rjt: <. the will. ..f the \.tters. in the I till. I 1-' .1.M' "f \1.! : I I :'::,: I

Circle members met i !j l ; monthly meeting next Monday ant I 11..1.,1 i. Piimai\i ..f May fi. IfeiI a h Ja. .ill. ,a ,I I I Plus tax a
Tuesdav I thai I .tin. knowledge:: '>f and l I..nlt\ 1.'h'\\I", \\ II i 1.. I ,d.} -, ala ....11 \ a
j I ; in land well\ .. \
evperi.-in matters
Tuesday night f",1" 1 11
I ;l Circle 1. Mrs. L A. Davis lead|. qualifies. im,,. fir thiv position and 1'111- .-h ,, .' .-liil l I I.'I I" i. ,il!. 'j"I",1 i | I LILT Home

FILLED TO CAPACITYLAWSON'S ritualistic work was : I er will meet with Mrs. L D Vin[- II, Pr'lnista. ir and impntial. sein. .... ).... i .1.1 XM-I h fin p t ,, ,a- 11-'". /n Permanent 1.25 i
all If I.-i't..il .
j I plans were made to \ to t Your \ iit.mittit sup.S In I '* \Xt ," i a'II tin I :i a.If..1! i '.111.1\
1 ,: in.ith Miss Amy Coburn a! port will i !I... sre.itiN I appre,-iale.l Tel"Kl :lllh l |

reported sick The '' cohostess. Tuesday morning at K 0 --T J .\I.III-m\\: i l l'al"11: tin'Mli: ;' ) il l ti --a t I I- -a i .1.11 i iHiKKliM \ This tax 1i :
I voted to furnish : I 1 t'I-.? I
I 4.'cIock.. rou *',n \1'.II non .U, si SPU: V 'P, mn' '

for everyone who ||: i i Circle 2. Mrs. II. M Ruhardeleader To the V.i'ers and m\' m.un.: a'l-.rk ..f a '..lara i GRIP TUTH Hair Trainer .25 !
the convention at friends I in l'i i-ail fi iral fountFhn t id,ii. fix: Mirtl T. D. .1' 1. ,a' ('1..01 1 1i 1. -
will meet with Mrs. M. B'. I h.-r.'iiv :tlln'ollllo'" till: I I'will he : "it "
J7 rand'date! .,' i----it.'ta.'n in the I
0 com-
Herlong. afternoon at -
Monday .
At thilo.f< (if t thf I HIP ]>emoi I :Itli- Pllln.ll\ ti. .Ii.li.Id MUICI: 10 ..trrntni
: I o'clock I 111 :M:iv nf I'l".1; :. and that, yourot. .i' In Cirrull Court. HraOfuril <. Paul na> mond and : 1 j Circle 3. MrA. Z. Adkms. lead_ I land. '.u''iIi..rt i J' Ii......I"\' i.irnestlv i retii. l-'l..rilnt lit ChanrrrT. ; \
:Mooneicd ."* I..1.| tint if t--. I. 'ted the office- n..nrUKu't Taa'i) -i liiniilt/ Pl.un, \
:i er. 'A'ill meet with Mrs. J. D Cot t-i, 0 ill l I... run f-i, the int.'!rest of th. tiff xKuih. : '..i ..lin./ I hui-i"/hiiii.ii/

sisted by Mi : t 1'1'11. Monday afternoon at IMI I I I'MMUU' :mil. 'he "..opl.' of .the I'niin- 1I..f'II.lalit \ Ladies Dressing Combs 5C ea. :I

MEAT and COLD Service'I' i 1a' ''I I ha'-1 'III t the p:1st. \ ..:us VIM, l'iI't.: .aIlrp
I I -- you eliit'd ire "otintv Judge --- -ee-ee-efle.e ______.__
Nf T |i|>rnr. 11 .. _____ _ .
I Y'.iir tiulv. ,
T. Until: arolnii' Tln rsi !Iin oxv
IK.:: 1' ;Hn\'M .
VXi : ho-. r.-a-.uiI.ne- l- > ll 1 S t' n' \
To Meet Sixth ihI I..t.. \\ViMiilh.i\i. :Xi w- \'..i, K
DAE i i MIIMI I : You -it* hereby notified that I
ATO> llraiir..rd <
.\ -pei'i.il met ting of the locaVu' I!i. HI: :2. & FOOD
in thi' al..v.n. '
v.iu '
LSTARKE Von" ',.,. i- "..,i.l." thill I ... I ; RED :
\ will cn-n pill iCiitirt nil ratlis.nOd WHITE
i.imp be Ju-ld at th e a you are r. i -"acal i r
I I stunt Iii >. ti..t' 'i ..1'i h.tptei' '' I Ixj'n:! '. to -eixe n ('i.V of )'.."r .III-XM
!Imll! tonight t Friday I for the ,
purpne I.awof STORES1st
Fri. Sat. Feb. a, Klnrida .i-t t of 1.:7.:: knivithi' 1 or pleadmir t. the romplnint '
in n'akiiig plans for the bi|,{r .1.- :Murplix' \,1.t Hi.. f..lI"wIIII|| 'Ih.' Plaintifftlorn I \'. Kx.m' I
RENT2 apartments on FOR nE\T--Two: :t DOUBLE) "I! described.. land t in Kradford i'mini\ Kxananil N.-.l. I' Kan.Ir. "
room furnif-hod
I apartments (romfortaM I...(!, tat Ia aital campaign:;: which beginMtch ::sj| Klonda will, !I..-'ft..r,4I for salt. ,|i il IalF..hanJ{.. I'.nilrtinir. .link-1.1 1

Kingsley Lake; one 1-bedroom apt. :\<>r te m.pae. heater elfi-ti,r', HIR. : ; 1 All menib! .'rs are urge( piihlu ,ilit.rv'a I'''.' highest' ancI i \ 1110.. Florida nnil Me lb.'a -i. Anniversary Sale
& one 2-bedroom apt Both elec large jw.rrh and lawn HCIH1 RA I 11"1 1 < asi 'Ind .-iiltjet t to the riirh mat, ill th<> offi.. ... ,.f ih. "-"-k ...f M!. I

I fall !St l.ridKe. K :Staik.: .. !.tk.. to attend of the Trll-', ....- of I th.. Internal Im,i- <'ir<'nit Court. on ,.a I I.. f--a-. a h.. 1I 1-

trically equipped e. H. Nas- left graded road 1'tm milt 1.> r> lane Power, .. ( ''l.rll\1 Fund to 1..j..1 all%' a i'l,I lax of Man'h. P''., ,a-, I 1..a- '. )li'- Hi! aH FRI. SAT. FEB.29 MAR. 1st.
wOrthy. 2tchg-3: house with sign at pate Mi-. ill hidat th. .I'l.tirthou.-. l.agin'lilac alleR.ition-of: ) 1'a. i \11111.l ,
Carl W\nn, Urookside: \1'111 tr1NGEU And I Ladies AuxiliaryA at 111) tHK-n a- ''a"Ilf-..i.il li\' \'oif ti

... I 17th t di\: ..f \ aril. I't'.J:! out-id.' i This! notice hall l"<" punli-h<
\7. \ J.I: t 1.1. t v. :1
Prdnrh ami So You iniinii I i.i ipilitiee.i"v.1 i ..in.-iii I for itt.ii; ,,al I :, Once f'H'h week for four onnsei-utiv: H. C. KELLY Owner
wrll-rcinTfil' I If'I In I 12!
inch, 25: fur $.'. .\No: I.IIK' < l.l.mm- < : : SK\VIVfJ: :Mailmimi.Ciint( called meeting of the tw 0 rich' of ta :i\ :2!II/I f,."'t wlol.| will In,,. a weeks, III I the Piailford: Coiintv T"l'1 ,

Ing plants Sili' TV$1 I .-Hili and p.my. Lake ruv. PI.t. Phone \\ilh .Jut' t;. (iri les (If the Ladies Auxiliary oft' reser\ed from .mv panel I thmuirl:'It graoh
I\SO.\\ \\hnh ti.'ri-. P.it.d till-, -'i.th! ; dix\ ..r F.I.Minx"
C.imrllt.i repair ymir inai'hin. ian e\i-tuitt St U I : LAVVTEY FLA.
up .I.III..nit.It!<. HI tn |12:! in .\lsti serial &: (
in., 3'x;; cacim1III.I'ItItK top condition rraMinal.lt. 'Vt. the Presbyterian church will be: Hoad .\'.t.. all l.in.I- ti'l. t.. ..n.- I l9 ,
use only genuine lull"of idl iiett.il.nm and till"'fotiiths OFF1CHT, SKAT.) A .T Thorn:
-i I
: : : \/\n\ Sinper, t'art- held Thursday afternoon. Marc'h;
<; \iu>r.> s .\ M KMinPauline : Our sei I'\'ice carwill I I I j.ii-k III'| ma nil Sun. Mon. :\ ) ..f ..' 1..r tnin.rilwill! I I.. it rJ,.rk r.f the Piroint C.nir'',
Iisrlp..IIIii: lot IliSI'.Mrlrli.n. .; d..II\'l'r M>r\i i, upon r..i|ii-i Ii.; at 2:30: o'clock at the home o)f it-r\.d .Ml f--j..II..I., | ni.neiiu ,- r.y Mxrtl T. Pi>aer 1)1'111rh.rl Red & White Foods I

Tin.' NVw: :SillKer:j ini.hin-. .ir. ..i.ulalile I :MrK G Duncan. rrs.rv.d :: :J-i: 11 are Guaran-

on iiM nirilil, : t"iin,,, FORT 1I."rll.II.. "".. .. p. HB'r. -
APAUTMKXT K( U I: 1 KKXTro..ms: :: All members are urged to aIt'nd :t. ; .L..t .: ..r ''tl....I. I. NoS > nnrr.'pn. teed ,
Hi\.r 'II 1.:1- ..a' In Ctrrntt ( .r.. llr wreennl > 'h. Frgl4Ialr.gas
i .r. In (' to hear Mrs H. A. Jordan c) -
In rhanrrrv.'
htove ninplrtcU' urill-lieil. t.n- I Nit.I: !l'"o' .:
cat-"l lil:! \\'. Madisun' : liniun. atfhinil.fr I \\ith Roil (' Jacksonville who will speak on neprograms w. li W' i-f Wt I ::1 i'00 .1 'n,.>.. l I'.- /:II |I.> iafr i i!
.. Mniv'' !I' 7irl.. T> f.nil
: of ('o."IIIf'r.-e If'' : Vra.t 1:1 k ; \: _
01' ALL KINDS .\bo News A ( for the auxiliary mee I. tI\.r:; ill 1-:'.. ..4xia < ,, \a., '.n H & WHITE ITEMS H

in:!: I ... \..fla>r To '"Nr.
t'OIJ I SM.i:-!< ft S.-i\-l I (5.1P.. \ : sm. 2 : & .
HENOYATED I .. 'I .,' T.. Mi, :Mary T'.Z. "I Ir' I--, '
I. ,
rll ..ral..r. l lar!: lti."p.-r i.i-; \\ l' :\ \\ 4 ?
1/lIII.j Tucs. Mar. I I. I ,, "i.t'-ni-- mil adrtrM .ttii, ? 'I'CATSUP
:30-K.i) gas hut w.il.-r h..at.*, l.i.ts I : .f Il.' k 14 .
1 ,I'l .,x |1'| ,'" l a.i ll.| l IaI i iIi oz. .19
"I a
VntoMiauii1 riiniliiiiHiiiiii \\ :t-h atuniai1ilne ( :sponsored; l h\' \\ '' ) OES Notice :N.1 Ii.-r.: in It. ifNI
ri ," .,. ., I iU I
and dish wn-her all In : s. : & \viif. .
.. ; : Y..aa irhfrpl.x' n..' .1 tinmi --a- SALT 26 2 for
I oz.
xifllcn: lonilitlnn maIi lie -nni You Never fl::,, I : I ". .--a .15
tin:! \\cstinurel.tK.1 I I.h..".. :2 7'.I.: i The Order of the Eastern Stswill 11" Lii'i.: I" I :! a--l--i I------ .r r i ::
:Mr .I I T M.M.I.- 111. va HF I tick I'.mrll, 1't' hold I i'.l.-. 1 1" \.... 1l':; .-r Air, ,IIP -' x --a, in tli. I. n.in-" LARGE MILK 3 for
its bimonthly meet 19l Court ind r iti"e and/ x'"u u r"'I'I'| -
I-.f: xi: :-m. ,
I" KNIT I U It .
E: .\b.o News X ( <>d t" t vf n '-1.-v.-'II
: "
FOll S\Ui:Ti.ni.it- .u",.I 1"1'1" m the Masonic Hall Monday evei n- ; :' : & \\ ..f N' t :! C '. .,, ., ..... Elbow
iilendini. a.> >
plaits. d I It Kif, >-> a Ira II!:. !'I. ul'hul..tt'rl'll and ,1. I : '. 0; I".rI an-wer nr '" 2 for .25
Slsrk.. :2ti| :> :2'iFOI5 ))1\::: at S\ oalorkExecutive) I tI.l-. I 1\1 -v.H' .... ..I.unl a ni a Hi-,, I'lalll: a f'a.. x
Wed.. Thurs. : ; F..alll1.lrnl1l., :si i. I i ""J\1
KefitiisliedIIVVTIMis ; : "
I 'p I: .r \0: : S. a' in tin lb.
I .
ind filn tin original! ta, per .89
J'.KNTMr.n: ,'\. '.. in ,
'an nhbart.nhI.fltu. DOUBLE ::: : & w "f XU'I I .? .. .
: : :\1.\ 111 ( ;' Ci.lir a.' r. ,1
i IOMin. ilcvirnMeNi. TTmsS: CO. I BoardThe ,,1.- t (1'1..1 1I 1-; U.-ti| :
1-t iIi ix --I',l Mar li 1 1"" ,n 'a PEACHES No. 2 1-2
Mliall rntt.lRrPIilv!: Mr-l I I.inint Box 230 1'alatka i'la.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA THE \-aa:. I: i. J.: I.. ..r can .33
.f -.a''t' !
lb.aIl.'gial..n' ( 111'1 i
: i | '
nll."I Mi .r MiV.ll: 1 : ,n'l ..

man. 501V MA.IIXOII Stark' if I And The executive board of tl 111' I .\\.I --a "''' : ..,00', xx ill Til'n.'tl,'\>c Io\'n\ .'e "ha\lI..a ",nf.. |>",, '. .-'' '> ,-l1r\ a WAX PAPER, 125 ft. roll .23
I. I I'I I. t
Starke Woman's Club will hold i ,. : -h .....!. for four, nut' '-
tSi I etc n
FOI: Tin: 1:1:I "aTII INtEl" I rncir' June :\iii. .. J) :N' r I .f '.
$9.95: HA BY CHICKS $9.95: -,100 iuR! iv.ii. \\.diimt. i\it.t I And 1 1He's regular monthly meeting ne:xt '. ( ",I ". : : .< firririh"I w. el" in tie Ttndf 1 'V T ORANGE JUICE, 3 No. 2 cans .27

WI l' \\t
hauls fin. fl t '
tin rii i -lit. n' .|I''I' Thursiaat 3:30: o'clock in tit he I 1'\" I tin. 27tl. .1 I i 1,> ,
.. I. ,,"h' $ I lt'; "' I 1.1.1: I 1.1 1 I.: COCONUT 4
vu. |ti.i'- -s.1 i.r as llatrh- Te1egr.aitI i uiin A I lib houseUDC ; 7 'Ii' I it':', : '. ,.. .. ''I"" '. oz. can .15
..d l i .ai... ., ,,"1..1 f..r 11 ,1.1)01 unilr tf i Hh.. "I'l I 1111.1'(ICIXI. ?F. M. A .1 I Th. : : .
|ir"|i." > .i'd lin..nArlmr. Acrt'SWhii. f'. .'
NEi I... ,. : .\ \\ .'4 f'lirk! of aid i i APPLE JELLY 2 lb.
t t Km: t U-. Xidlll'I'W: ...r :,\\\' !p: Mxitle T P"a\'I" Tliit''' o''. -
: I '
llaini'-hn -. liulian Ki\er Cro-s ii\ii.I u .\s iiKiitiivn: : ; : : >i: :\liI..t'-j' money. To Meet ,1..t.. 2 t : :2" I'IT1I'
lUrri-il l It.: .. k-. WbitVyan- K.-Kul.irl pii.it) at j;:.:" i.i 1 I', f f"1... .- '. ----
dott. v |j 1. KIV: ..111,1Vhit 1.41! I.. -..II at 117'' slii.lt ;; \-.,," ., ', Also latest TO "'I'IHII'n BANANAS 2 Ibs. for .25
l The W T Ti\'r in J. : ..1; a -
Leg tm"rnTIIEBKST- till-" uiir Slailr ('i.- i iIHOS iK Week'chapt or. "... .
":: .'!( ,V I.. .., ( (nailS ( .rt. Ilrnilfril ouni I'
I' I IC will meet Wednesday! aften r- \. : 4 S"., rUrMn: la rhsnrrrr. APPLES 72 size 2 for .25
: AS: 1I.\lTIIED < I 'I" Paul, S Hd1'1rtl", I'l.imt'' .f. -
.\ mr.\IItEn xin Man h :i. at 3 o'clock at tl he : Jnhnli! n.' Ill hard-. 11.f.t t i
1.I1rad.. )P.m l hut" 'I I 'I horn JIM DANDY
".V ilra.lr |wi in" 11.*.>."' ,1'I.\ .kr.. .III\ \I...Iel. cnsounE' : I IIi Mr.V B Mundy. wiI th' .. I'l-e v.c.t. GRITS, 5 Ibs. .38
II _
?,V OiuJ.. IMT l"i" !" >."> llru>.innllr hariim I MlKliu| )hn- cohnstess T 4nner. .

\\\tfH\\\ Mixi-.l ;.."i 1Ird. i 1. q :I'. I \v r. Mirpiiiidimi .. : :Kuarnnfrrilll I r .To: ..Iohn-n-. .n>' J Hiid a' Cabin Home \V. G. MEAL 5 Ibs. .33
( .-r n..w (r..m .\ !Ld,.inia W. "n. i- 1.1.. !M 1 : ,
( all
'ii. !stnrke liy "Sh
I.'h ::::!IWEDlO .
lure. -t Hat. herli .ir. N r
) < reoUMammv
j Candidate Adams .--. ., ,, .Y You are hereh ta'a', ..
-:.:" Ni. ladvvi: K: SUIT \: \v a S .. f.-P dim' I IC I. -
): : .. I Short Grain RICE 5 Ibs.
I' ii |Ii AND IURTHDAY .\kr: : o To Speak Here T. 1 "l-t X ..U ill I Iak a. .38
-$3 up Order taken at iVihn .- t

DIXIE) HATCHERIES Girt Shopp. Phone 66.J. if At< cor ling to hi- --- - - - - - - ------------ - ----.1 Sunny Sol BLEACH, qts., 2 for ..25Hershey's

4iit! S-conil A, .. :Ni.>. publish-Fil'e.1 ;
FOR S\I.E-MtUl poultry hi. IM 'l'lwdule. Alto I : SUGAR 5 lb. .39
Iii: snitt ;hanm.: AU I of Ft Piert -
with untnl 11. ni< JJ::: \ :.,. al-! .. .
:2! :22:! Jt I candidate for :
Ariux Hinp l'oOu1tr linii-f. 2c'> \ Governor will spe. : ( I.imit I 1))
}'oJ K UKNT: Kurnishrd 4 room cot- 50 teries Threedttk I llrto:! -" .. pi.ullrx' hat in Starkr on Saturday. Marchat /.. I \ I
ap.u Hy iinillMtni
t. .", riM-in ,.,rtin< littr> .. 2 \
i) t 4j like '! pm.
n 1. .
uitunuitlt f.- tit' -
i >I' :M.IK I J IMWllllg M.r S J i i 1./1 rR Aunt Jemima
a' l. w.-- < all t t :<: .1.11 I '".- tinMrert Markettr. i [
.. he I I'euularl.) SALE % FLOURI !
i > /11 .Viuri I i. in l.inii'i" i iI 1 I'hi'iu1

I 11 I J 'lit'heKOll ,i .. Miner 10 \I"'C.Ut I a Priced) PRICE
'I In rirrnir( r.itrt.
J1P1oH.rol Cnn '
: .... at \VaNTKl--.ti.-an: <'>.tti-n r.i*"-no 1-lorMi, .. p. \
J la\T-l.an .UJg --------- : la rPi 'ha crv.
Kir.sIfy L.iVr fur inonilts "( pant- .'\ ,'r.d-! tli.Mir.>r...'- or I .\ .l.h.u'j; l'l.ullt fro : I \\ ith C Coupon from .li\ I'.iper

"tI.I \I.rll. May and June. l 1i. khaki lriti: to 1lr.i1f..tdty Coun- \\.r-. l I ,, ". .., Ga 139.95 119.95
/ "Ye;sir. nothing ) .li. p. Ranges :
1\1 i,." '.. I IS. .Wtarl.: ...., II' 11g.v Teligraph.Ili tf i : :: \ -I \ :I : : 25 Ib. 10 5ib.

ins: a neu FmE I> s..tlr. TO \ pprarT : Ib.C
\ .\XTEll'UII... i.i lady to share : !" !I.\KK: |:| TI.KK!: : I l.lki- I tit I I \\', ','Z. I "I:0', \ I
>!t.. *. r...ni- : bath : '
:at" t. .iji.irim.a I'onVfnu-ntly loit pitte nnu I' i riK n A !' .\utnmatu
------------- : :
.1 I '..tU .r.' .it Kmh I arug I, .I..n'1""it. t. K H \i.'.kleU.iX Y"I ar.- h-T-'iv i'f.iij t' I 65.95 2.23 78C 38C

M 'I'm -U 3FOP. !1'7 Sacin.itt, Mi.t 'h '.ip 21FOll : i anal' there's slot f.'r Dn '>ro.. .h.1o to..n : HotVater Heaters 89.95 :

alt In"t you 'n 'h. ..h"n'*
MiMlrrn furnisheUitpartmrnt a \\a-h anti 'o'lr'' and \ I
: KENT-- IlKVT -\'. r* tnmft.iiaMe "!- (cau aril \ -u \ I -
.l 1 ,'hlll' h St" '3'i per quired to
ruoni h.i.i- with ..!. fit al ser\i a fopr of y -
"", "'h thg: pliant.. at Kini-lr\, I.II... .\ ap.I- .our satisfat turn qWflr or. nleadincr! tt'l th. rnmp.," : WHITE SALT BACON, Ib. .25
li 249.95 189.95HIt
'n 'h PI.1'.n.
TIt..maI.h.| .n.I ;: ;:.1'( m.ikt! as ne\ -' F- ;
K'OJ U KKNT-Fiirni-linl; .-.'m T F\ii-: ::1-\i N \ '>. r .- Refrigerators : Rib STEW BEEF lb. .39
,, ,, *h T.iw T' -
npat MI 'ru K:i- -i 1\.1 i i I !. "l- j "o! ,
.. i 1o.'It, r i \ > o .. ,
t l'i
'l\l. II rit IR. i .i..T .i' '1t 1 .t. :
..ndnt. "IK.-. I'.t \\ '" >n" I \\.I.I Ml -.r '" l. I ,, Swift's C FRANKS Ib 33

i :Pi,i i i \ ...it I
41 l V Iftlh > | 11.\1".1.
1 I m.ln .t, K (>, Ll ., : To Swift's Tender Grown FRYERS, Ib ,53
I fa ,. -
!d.1lI" I.r W'IT\ fl.um al.! I i Ka : g 0"" g'I .
with ai, ii a"' <:arnn-: j n (1aIt, i. ,i n i i- Pays Trade Swift's Oriole smo. SAUSAGE Ih 1q
ra"f"r.t" ("'unr\ W n.lcr'ui :I ..;ortunity H" t, *:<> '" a *>av ,till .:"1"I.t. tg a .
Ital reaiutrdI e't, '. I.'
\. ....cp.riet.i.... .. ... \\-m' ai.\.... ,. .,...."' '''