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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Renovation Totals $$1,154

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Of Former Jail .it District A lull c\\Band Jackson('Olll.t High t.." be Scho"held"' First Few Days As Deadline Nears


I I m Jacksonville March 22 Dirt-ct'M

S--t> toward converting the old Carl Roberts announced this week Rt d ('1"';. < oiitrihut. >p:' mm. Bi: i.l '
; It will\ be the first time that the'local TilE i: V
"<)mi"r jail into modern offices ford County reached a total .if Two
i band has entered this competition. $1154.91 Incumbents Still Unopposed
WednesdayIrvin
IV.taken: by the Board of County through

i itnmissioners Monday when : Robbins, county chaunar MAKE i: NEWS t

C' i Powell BUS will be competing with of the fund drive said. "If the
r was employed to renovate I U'.th! "m> ut-fk 1 left, 'to in >. l 1": .1 t'uv-stvk! "
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the first floor rooms of the: 1 bands from B-class schools which present rate of giving continues. _ _ _ --- r' iirh! n'>"ii T. had "li.t"' : : ,
YI.tt'rdayith (Clerk of the
building and H. P. McKelvey was: i include Lake City, Gainesville\ we should soon reach our $:!.;)Ol'goal" ..lllddak-i t Court A. J. Tr. ." .
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f < : : I t tht forthcoming
Polaroid M .ute 1'hotu by the Td(>grallh- ,mployed to do the paint work. Palatka. and St. Augustine. ....- t Democratic primarx.

Both men were requested to Roberts stated that he will have Members of the Junior Woman .- ,4, t\'Ithrw1"! ,<<11"' .

furnish a list of materials needed I 41 students participating in the Club have been conducting a house | :ut1fh hand i I. \ ,\ ..th"li:: ,

Blood so that they can be purchased at I contest as playing members. The to house canvass and people whc Rites ThursdayFor : -"s ha\c 'i. ,. .. '!I )'"

PledgedBy competitive bid prices as required I 1 players will be judged on sight were not at home when tluy 'uon 1 thrmmt t \1 : I: T1\! '

by law. I reading, as well as a quick step "knocked" will be called on again. ; C 'o untv T.I'I'::' md :SIH

A delegation consisting of members : march a "required" number and According to Miss Lillian Stump Geo. 'W. Hazen I intendent<< nt t .n>M: II IKI '

GuardsmenBradford of the Senior and! Junior i j one' number of the bands own receipts since last Friday through I where th< :n. iuih! I I K: K,

I selection from list. Tuesday totaled ,md t H I I' :M."i.: ,
\VJrnan'Clubs met with the a required $177.41. : i '''I', '', ; : ,

Board and discussed plans for oc I All bands that make "first divi Those contributing $10 m n\-i, \ Washington::; Ha/en. 7ti are So far \\ Itl1. :.: 1I1\

are : Humphreys Gold ,,. tVadt'ord: County legislator, Count> .1 itig> t(- l lnow h IVt'th -
County's Armed Forces I Blood Donor Drive received cupying1 and reconditioning the sion" in the district contest will! Corpoi! it.I \
$125: Hogan Smith. n i S4i.iv morning in a Palatka completing: .
i be eligible to enter the State A&PiI' t t. r.:
a big boost this week when some C5; National Guards- second f'oor of the old jail building I Lovett 0 i :following brief office ha- .
1 Meet, Mr. Roberts said. To make s Stores. $2:; each I'mm-' illness. .1 iv.t.; mate ,

men-100 per cent of the local unit_pledged' themselves to The for Commissioners use as a public library. a i the first division a band must be Smith and Starke :\1'11'01 t r II' : izen was born at Brooker A. Yawn. \ "\umn;': .*. r. at :"' : .
expressed
donate a pint of blood. rated as superior. $15 each; Edward A HaMm: .. 1 ;T 1875 the son of the late Incumbent :Sheiit-; I D It.di 1
willingness: to make the
_Pictured_____ above_'n are the first six -, ___ spac and Mrs. W. H:01111: ,,," i \ 1 a \\' and Americas DouglasH likewise has- i.ppoi.r.. i hi- I h.
available for library andurged Two BUS students will enter the ..
purposes T
men In the company to sign pledgl'cards Jack Trawick county chairmanof the I solo division of the contests. Davis. Evelyn Stump uiiar ; He was a retired farmer C. ( Clayt.m.,, Ci .\ 'ord iVt
delegation to decide aF They .
; seated (left to right I Cpl.! the Blood Donor Drive. stated Stump. II. C. iroad\\ :a.\ ., ,lid, :soon as possible whether or notthE'Y 'I are Earl Norman, trombone and n t the and lost to ) .
Primitive Rcdii: s'
Coca .
Carl Edwards Cpl. Frank Dryden. that local organizations: .! civic intend to utilize the space 1 Ben North. French' horn. Cola Company Sin each 0 !h Baptist row : \or
Sgt Jack l< aves. Standing Sgt. have boen most helpful in: 11.Y Cressler $100: \ 'o Maxwell margin
groups and if so to proceed at once to The public is invited to attem1, $25 LT. {'Of.. T Mcf'LAXE.: : :. .11! \1 l I' Hazen Clerk of the c.'. :1'" \ .J .
B. C. Holtzendorf Cpl. Vernon I obtaining pledges and handling detail : City of Starkc :$2;, VHIII. became rural mail I T.] '
I recondition it so as not to interfere the District as
Crosby, Sgt. Charles Schaefer. work in connection with the Meeting in Jacksonville Priest Co $20: John A T.H.d.., of : with similar woik to t br and the local
The mobile blood donor unit wit! program. soon t band would appreciate $1;ii: Sleepy Hollou :Motot m C.HP'u maud of the Second Battalion. H1u: !1.'r In 1S96 when the horse and I year his twentieth: the p'I'

be set up in the Starke USO building Any person wishing to donate undertaken on the first (too I: having ""11\.' .it. its backer- Sl.'i. ( Coriection on I l.tst ttiekteyort I 121th I I I II fani I-\ Florida :National >iiasy;: was still the accepted mode and his po. i is h, ".;:: &.iLh! I.

Wednesday. March 26. fi-oir a pint of blood may do so by calling L rooms. oil hand/ when :t plays H I. Blow nl. e i miti! :itnit'-ii! uard. He !succeeds. ( ol. Kert It ,if! transportation. He was elected' I Charles A. DarhU, .1 hiiiri ,_

10 to 4:00 Stark. 72-J 74-J. The Board was advised by the 'SI.\ not. SIllEdwards It aiLmu'of l.ikc i it,* who vvapromoted unity treasurer in 1903 and served man. and Charles II \ dy. itt! ..i Ii.I'M .
a.m. : or .
p.m Jof
the
State Road Department that Fre! to regimental command\ in that capacity for three terms School Board on ire

Mahan, Monticello nurseryman. ic i City To Widen er. ('01. :Mc( lane has been uclUf He also served Bradford County as: I Another wide-open '.mr! !Ni. 'I, .'

giving each county in the Second: Bids in the :National Guard .since it wn* representative in the 1929 legis position was left in the Tax: A-, ,

Two Top Candidates For Governor Road District which include. reorganised after \\ odd \\ ar II. tat ure. I sor's office where incumbent I ; .

Bradford, two four-foot camellia:: Jefferson Streeti for Supervisor During the \\ui- lie commanded an Surviving are one daughter. Mrs Andrews in is current) camp.i..: '
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bushes to be planted on the courthouse arlillcrj hat talion i ln the Pacific A E McKinnev. Starke four | g for Congress 'tmu the Iii \
; sons
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Slated To Bring Campaigns Here grounds. It was stateil i Kight.h District ( 'ii; I' iing f.'ti i I.'post .
W. M. Edwards former count;, llwatrl' being promoted' to lieutenant Ifarley: S.. Center Hill; Lucian O., i

that th. camellias would be dehvei I ., ( '.1\; ('.''ilfln il ,it )its regular commissioner and member of the colonel mi :March! ?<>. I'.M.V He Starke: Emery: J.. Plant City : and Long.are T. J .\I'!d.! itnti! and'< :;, !

ed around p.m. on :March 17. ;al'ii:! meetimr Tuesday night decided to city council announced Monday I...Iii.. the Iti-on/e Star Mcilal.\ I h.' Ivan H.. Jacksonville: three broth- I

that they would be planted leave the widening Jef- tT: C Only one of the ''tree t 1.1 i ,
proposed Hazen.
as Pacific
his candidacy for the office tit Theatre ribbon \iith t t tvt Center Hill; Dr

Adams To Speak 'McCarty Booked directed.County. ; ferson St I eel at 16 feet a,: designated County Supei visor of Registra. tattle siai-s. the I'hilippine l.ilxr.ttion I l H Hazen. Hawthorne: and B, commissioners on May 6 has post to be dct.tied II.. ,
so far draw ,
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Agent T K. McClane in a resolution passed Feb. tion. Medal I and the \ n i'r.\ Medal j Ha/.en. Gainesville: and two sis- : '
: contest. J.
P.M. For 19.! -s Mrs I L. A. Maurice .:Kdwards( I I..
Saturday In Brown Gaines
WednesdayAlto Home Demonstration Agent Dorothy making his announcement and II A. Bishop Jr. .
<. have 'lid ,It!
!I' und ,
Ross and C of (' Secretarj, The City is planning to e.lefferson Mr. Edwards said that he wil1 Irll. Fernie M. Sander- Jed as candidates
". I from [IMMH. ;
Adams, former chief justice Supporters of Dan McCarty for Marian: Howe were requested tc.. Street widened while the ] have ample time to devote to tlic TlIIlOaJ.'III1" ( Tervn's hree (South Starke I InciimheiiK
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of the Florifli Supreme Court and Governor will awing into action confer and to select suitable locations 'work of widening of Temple Ave job and\ serve the people as nectssary. :al were held J T Prevail, District One. and \I\

currently candidate for Governor hero next week in preparation for for the. camellias\ and to I bepresl'nt. I: nue is under way. The State Road niiiisiaafternoon at 3 o'clock O. Harrell' Distnct Five ate -." t
're II
: wh'pn i New
Hope
their candidates if r' Department. (consulted had I Ilaptist Church without
will speak in Starke this Saturday speaking appearance convenient when they .. oppositionNo
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t'ie
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afternoon at 2 o'clock here Wednesday at 2:30: p.m. are planted. I suggested a somewhat narrower Six Scholarships pastor. Rev. L. II. Cravv'fftciating. candidates for School H..K '
'I! .
width but Interment
Carl Johns and J. R. Wainwright the Council felt that the was had
is qualified
In his speech here Adams ex 1 throughi.st..
Subsequent to advertised notice'i( maximum ; Here "it' New Hope Cemetery td-i\
amount should be Opening under the
pected to continue the aggressive co-chairmen of thec to bidders. usedi'due ; dire although Mrs Hazel 1 Cr,,-by ru
the
Board 'i n-.n of
DeWitt
purchased a II : to C. Jones. ,
that he has been J Carty county organizations. have parking problems around Exams ._ \ io4 fee .
type campaign I 1952 two-ton Chevro! *ukv bi(:y the Baptist Church: --- Set AprillExamillallons : atd : thafc4<, will seek ele, >
the radio and cmmrmeeting: for Tuesday lo the
conducting on on -A Dist let Three
tdc
dump truck from vacant
I Dowling Autci vaused
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the stump in other sections of the night, Man-h 11, at 7:30: o'clock in i Sales for $3.398.99. less $330 al- E. A. Winkler appeared before for Senatmial I, ,. .i Berries by the recent death ot h.r

State. ]I the courthouse. A special' invitation Iowa nee for the county-owned' 'the Council askinsr if there was House and Lewis Scholarshipr .... husband, II. B. Crosby.

In a statewide radio add res? is extended to the ladies to 1941 ton and a half Dodge truck. 13nr way that the City could get will be held at Bradford High :. Delayed'h The other School Board pi-is, t ,

from Orlando last week the Walton attend. Terms of the purchase I the sidewalks on Temple Avenue: School. Tuesday.: April 1. at 9 a in .. Till I e filled this year Dist t net Tnd .

County born candidate told of According to a political advertisement $S02.6i cash were: widened from 1-2 feet to 5 fee t. The examinations for negro stu .-. I I District Four are likewi.se w ith
and 12
his proposal to "stop this political! in this issue of the Telegraph payment He !stated that it had been set up dl'ntwill: be held at the same time 1 1 ..upuuum tit announced candidates ,ii,
monthly payments of $118.86 each .
by the State Road ,
pork-barreling which I is consuming the young Ft. Pierce can- 'without interest. Department at at RJE school. I ) '" though it is expected that ti II,.. J m
I h differ
I 1 1-2 feet Vnd :a. to I th,
millions\ of tax dollars every year." didate will make I I 14 declared that this The examinations be given l.tmCOU: : :\ this week look pro:C- ('uuuIbenf$. J ii:. Br"Wn !
I j I a "fightingspeech" : The permit of Winton Parr khbear : was :> ts tor Bradford County's strawberry .im
a
Me said he proposed to place very narrow sidewalk on a to fill the following\ vacancies at \rr a'. acting sttier\isor| of Brad Thonrton John., will qualifv I I'm,
when he appears here next to firearms was renewed I foi main business street. deal this year. Some .
every state agency under strict i this time: fur County schools, on a part' time growers reelwtion.W. .
I 1'Wednesday. He he1 one year upon condition that hrenew <' '. feel I very pessimistic, I
budgetary control and make their will speak at The Council agreed with MrVinklpr l Bradford-Union Senatorial Dist l h asis luring the ahvnce of Ur.'I..lha'l1 \Vi. saying M. Edwards has qualified
the required 4 ond rrovid..cI they re about ready to "let .j
courthouse square. ; \ and Councilman P. L. ; (;i. \\' the a candidate
expenditures subject to a rigid 1 in such cases 'I 151 place for freshman 01 who Is currently on robins have Vm", while for Supervisor ot Ieg

non-political audit. Bridges was designated to contact sophomore boy white or negro l lca\c of ah""IH'c'11': Nolin nil! othersthink i istration. Incumbent A L ('u..-

Adams is the first major candi 'I i Office And Lab Bond of Mrs. Hazel Crosby a![',1 the proper authorities to we if anv- 1 place for freshman or sophomore rec This .Master's Degree in f/d.i-: that the shipping season, by. Jr. will not seek re-electi n,
while I
a
I member <>f the School Board wai i short will see a heavy
date for Governor to speak here Tied For First Place 1 approved.The I I thing could be done to get the I in- girl white or negro. 1 place foi cation from the lni\prsit> In.hlllt r; volume of fruit.Adverse I Harry A. Anthony has, qualit'! 0" '

during the present campaign. ( creased width. junior or senior boy. white or' >, He \\as horn and reared! as a candidate for re-elei lion t t.

In Bowling Tourney applications of RaymoiuFcott i The bid of the Andrews Motor negro. i in \\ altn" Count) His dcgnv weather conditions have the office of county surveyoi

Fires Fewer I : of of Starke and Jose VMoieira j'' Co. on a 1932; Ford Mainline eight Bradford County Lewis Scholarship \\ ill co\er clemntar> and! ",'('un.l.: delayed the crop until it will I b.it I ,- Each candidate is requn.d, I r tt
II Hampton were least
I The Office and Laboratory tram for approvet cylinder 110 H.P. Tudor Sedan 1 place for fre"hman box in arschool, ailniinist ration und! March 20 befor" heavy post a qualifying fee I Him .. M

This February, I were tied this week for the first culosisSanatorium treatment in the State Tuber- (police car) was accepted as follows girl, white. ,,"pf'f\ i..inn. His ,\ if.is ctirrentl.v ihipments t begin name is added to the ballot. Th,

Chief Pickett Says place In Humphreys Gold bowling;:: : $1.562.47 less $134 Federal Bradford. Hodse Scholarship 11'II'lIlnfir..t: J'ralhIn t Ii.' Hawthorne Dining the past week Feb. 28 fees include\ a tilmi' ;: t lee 'iI' i thi) .-.

I tournament now IIndt'Iway eat' !: tax. less $1.100 trade-in on 1950 1 place for freshman or sophomonboy I sclntol. TheHUM' a 13: through March 5. only 42 cntes of cent anil: au: .1 ..< !<. II"I i,! fi-<

Wednesday and : Guardsmen Win Ford Tudor: difference $G28.-17. \i-ar-old berries were sold through thelaiket of two .' '. .
People in Bradford County are Friday nights a'i white or negro. 1 place for son. Douglas jien cut I II. HIMI" '

becoming more "fire conscious". i I Strickland's Landing. Both) hm!! From Lake City The Andrews company wa the only freshman <>r sophomore girl. white ; i At an average price ofs7 salary of the .iftir.

This is the opinion of fire chief r [I average .scores of .750. ; one submitting a bid.\ or! negro. ..- $ 'pei crate, the week | turn Total fees i iffM 1".1:, <| too qil.ill'I,

C W Pickett, who said that there E C. Weichel Jr. took over host Lose To Gainesville Councilman! James A Lewis Holders of these schi.iarships wil1 ; i j- 1'\ .rs wa- $371:! | iiI for the sevei.il oitii-t an- < '!,-i |.

were fewer fires this past February individual average honors with an' pr'sllied'r the meeting in the be expected to give one year ol $319.7h: Siipi-rintet ,!I... t "'"hI:. I Ii.per ,.

than there have been for any average of 119 to date. Joe Mi- Tht' local National Guard eager: 'k absen< 0' of (Cli iitnia: : !: H A Bishop. teaching or governmental service 1 Old Home Day Event struction., $2"H:! To'' TK 1'11"'" i,,.uS266
won their
previous February since he ha Gee with an individual game score "I't'ond'ictory over L akeCity's '' .Ir for each year's use of a !scholar 29. ('i.uiu' '. J J.r| ;. ;! .7 ',s

been in Starke. of :209 topped E. R. Fox's high ol', Tank Company there Wed ship. To Be DiscussedAt Sheriff. $:2Vl>..tI. Tc1 x A.S22. "

'I made no significant runs last 183. Fox retained the best three- I' nesday night 61-11 with Fav.Clark. .' Additional information n..1 bt Meeting Tonight .",. County Conimissionei. "..,'
y
month as there were only thn e game total to date. I 12. McGee Dryden Winkler Farm SignupsDue obtained at the office of thr i "i 1m I j Board and Sup-1 VHOI, I Ht g fit
Jand i Priest I
grass fires," Pickett said. Weichel moved into top plac' seeing action.Eaves ii Home Day planning wil! t lOll $30 ":a.lI -,
intend'" BUS
\ ty .siipei: nt 01 ;at : ,
In February 1951. nine run* with the highest average numbei f\ was high scorer for the I -: n ,! in th. courthouse tonight I Deadline I tot 'Ml.iii; \ !Hit i .' "

of strikes to date while R. F local Guardsmen with 25 points i H i-. i at 7:30 \ accord urrtav M.if!
were made in February 19.:>O. 11 3.11. March 1 15 1 : o'clock hi"Spiritual I
\ Dryden and Clark followed Arts And CraftsIn t .
with 11 .
runs were made and in February Chitty with 3.66 holds honors foi !t. an announcement by Mrs

149. six runs were made. the highest average number olspares. and 10 respectively. School System \1. .I'. H 'P. 'utifwcTctary i And Moral

Buckles played an outstanding K.irmei.H .lie It'nJlncll'd1''llnt}, .. st '.. in.h.'i! of Com
I game for the Lake Discussed At Rotary .
City club Values Discussed
on ,
.
Tommy Lee Barton Agent T "K McClane of the :March

New Interns scorer defense with and 16 was points their He leading scored i l"i deadline for filing] their intentions 1'1'1111"1; 1'.1".1- A' t .. :" K': .'ry., -i invited to attenc1''I By Citizenship Group

Tommy Lee B' i I h. Ip make this homecoming I
Arrive At BUS for the lowers
I and secont1high
ot James C. and Sadie Brittor- was Conservation Program.! High and Starke El'mental % I 1: I strawberry festival the 0 ut. I A Human lie-eaich Sni! ,.-. I
point man on their, club. 'tIi".. II \ZU.: U4j.l\ ...tl I.'r
Barton, died in a Gainesville hospital : No applications can be taken after( school. : idling community affair of th'uiity Bradford County schools A.is '..-
was at I tini 1
Five of I guest speaker :
Universny Florida I
stUdents The Guardsmen lost a close 6S that date, the said : 1 le' fii-si' time :M.'nda.is s. h..,1 .' ..
Monday night following a county agent Mrs. Howe said "Ph err.1 gested at last Thursday s If. '
for i Wednesday luncheon meet >:
prepdrina teachinIareers 64 game to Co. G of Gainesville ins ..
He pointed out that the 1952: I Board IIIt'lIIl"r.! Distriit Thr of 1 the ,
brief illness. He was born ir I the Club He ::11 hi' a historian and commit Citizenship Coninii'utnouuc -
( began their internship a1!t last Rotary was intio
Starke Dec. 1951. Saturday night in the armory program has been changed in that the 'position 'I.e. \\;L- apioiiileil" |' I.- "'d Cha.S Par'
on 1. Bradford High School last Mon L- here. duced by E. T Shull. who I h.ti I ippointed. a. well a. plans madf' Principal
Starke led '
Besides his parents hiis survived ''day all the way unti1 farmers: must make a statement of charg. of the fill upon the death of her hiisdandII. f fur a para the | program.
by two brothers. KennethRay The names of the last three minutes of play. At:: j the practices they intend to carry Mr. Cas"els I. H. ('ru..h. Her upxiintment the mod! -i tm.e-: Mis., HOWt'said of the Mental Health i 'Inn.)
intern* comprehensivi
new ; gave
and Howard E. that time the locals lost the j and the subjects they are assist:- discussion! of industrial arts. thf'th'ory
services Birtou.'I ices of Dryden and Iiigram, whrfouled they sign up their farm. These intentions will IMa cainliil.il' in the May I '. t, ..
ni.i-
Funeral "PIa 'M iisnfiddlers survey -imiinni'-.i
with nil .r !! and
ing are: David Foley of'al.I- : behind it. and how it ibeing I' .
out. and had
the graveside in Santa Ke Cemetery do, general .1( been the main will be considered, along primanc. till tht tu ,- \"ar one ,-t'fabout tlie first familiefii the Children'-\ ( ". ,ttee ,I' t i ,
shop; Ralph Kinney carried out in practice n
Thursday afternoon at 1 Lake Placid physical education: stays of Starke's defense. Lackin ; with other facts, by the County our schools. He stated that th piled lentl ol I II. tt,,-II ,MIII, 'idi or h" some of tlit uiti-rests, MrsH school. whu h .'. ..1'! '! asis't) h.

o'clock with Rt'L I). ham cc John Burr. Mt Kara. Knglish: ; Kenneth : substitutes, Starke played the last: Committee in the allocation of primary objective is not so mud Jan I I!).).> .. o. added. "Hiph school band, the Paren'-T'-i' h- \ss'" 1,1' ,"mi

three minutes with only four men: :: i funds to pay for practices on in- The ? ihr
the : '1'
officiating Interment was in Conner. Jacksonville soda 1 j floats from nl'arbcitIes are 8UggeM r.
\: the to teach the student a trade. 'it
family plot there under the direction I studies; Mrs. Julia Ferguson. on ahead court Gainesville surged.I I dividual farms. build character and confidence it : .. ,i'' p.tI gto take part." she said I lof this lat.st'r'I '-' ,
to win by a four-point mar.gm. In addition, practices other than .
of DeWitt C Jones. Gainesville music. the child. rie prepared to help decide monthly mfetinm ;ublif i "

i these which are carried out. will t '. firute teachers and th. .
date for this affair: "J'\ e> in i'
yo
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It was announced< <<1 that the annual .
urytien led the Staike not qualify for unless the :
scorerr payment
''of .'
t.1 H iwe addedHospital apprrXIIidl! r. Iota; .
Tornadoes Look To BaseballAs | with 19 points Eaves followe approval of the County Committee election: of Rotary otti! rwtl. /.- ii organizati'niTi.. ini, .,.:
with Is and \. tv held ois i: :Mat'' I It 19 J'
Clark with 14 is obtained
to the
prior completion:
I ,.
I : trceting.s i'i .t.! ti -i-

Season Comes To Close of the practice. j Fund ,I infrrxluc-. re -i j i"' nMI, .
Cage
j Rites Thursday Each farmer is urged to .studv Softball League For Vet NeedsIs j i itual and i.'i--, ..I r- -
his farm and to decide which ri.- I

Bradton High was eliminated team Il.\! .11:'; f,,' ward.: Winklej For Mrs. Bronke tices he intends to carry out pi before OrganizationalMeeting Raised Here school activityi .
i The [r'''.s.sbi: i in : .
in the semi-final round of the scored 193 pointtiming the season coming in to sign up How CalledAn .. ,
I theteachir.Jfs I.i II I. '
i :Mrs Bertha Stern Bi.tnU-: I 1'1 Sarg'Suslow, chair
District Tournament last weekend : followed closely! by Paul i d.of the lat.Ib \\ i.i ii ever. March 15 is the absolute "ie Welfare Fund Ameri'ion. i I will be di-'ti--I ,. te ,.i ,
6 -2t. Rivers rt Bronke: of f deadline and no farms be organization met-ting!\ f", ', -
by Bolles to the tune of with 190! can .
I I Starke. died at her residence Tre- .1 :; :. .- Poet 56. announce,.1 post-school pilI"m I .- -leit.i.-t I
Belles is representing this district As a season. the Tornadoes won : signed up after that date Bradfoi .1 I County Softball L.tof ::'i- .
day night following a long illness The I 1!'')2 will be held! the :....>t' : !nations for the relief fund be held\ later 'hi- -I"; :f
In the State tournament Veing held ; 9, lost 11. ('ountingtournament county agent's office is open :r. ::1 I
I She Purpo-e of the; ..intn
was born in Prussia veteran at tile Late \J' :!
Apr.l 1. for sign-ups each week from Hotifo at BHS Tuesday Mar 1 1 1t City I "
this weekend at the University of games and regular season play. day ,. .
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FloridaIn I I They scorn points against j I. 1S55. and had been a resident of S a.m. tot ::30 p.m and until noon t lat 6 p.m. / ii I are gratifying, but the: teachers and t' \ '- pie ; t .
I Starke for to allow th.- rtiZ"f: th- '
the 47 / -A continue\ 14'to
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past Sh
their first outing the Tornadoes 7SO for their opponents. years. ;;; on Saturday j Capt. R. H. Bassett. who i is < ur- I
j was:: a member of the Presbyte.ianI softjball Tne StarkP Po t keeps this fundi evaluate the pr.--' i.r svt. "
serving chairman of
whipped St.. Joseph of St.Augustine With ba kt't.1wer.: rently as _
I \ the call .
I use in the schrx.K ud '
I Church i'C activities k. !. i at all times in order I that t' ;I' 3S-30. Arthur Winkler. for baseball practice is slated forMonday. She is of C Board NoticeI I urges inat ever* I I". th- .. h ",
survived by a nIece, Mr? team planning to enter the league v -terans of this hospital may
,
with 22 points, was top scorer of I I March 10 Coach Hobbs' administrative .
Albert Hartmann of Starke a idseveral I A Chamber of Commerce have a reuresentative at this meet M.\( 'K .'.. i-1 it II. with! his senior it at any time for certain 'me! T-
this game with Paul Rivers as' will handle ba>eball with the first: Boar1of .. next meeting "f t-'. ,,
!I I nephews. Directors will ing. It is planned to begin th. law parI npr. Joe Hill \\ ilI do11h, they are in need of. :Mr p
high Bolles meeting be held
man against with ic scheduled for March 22 with ( .
game scheduled .
points. II I the State Prison Farm there i i 1 Funeral services were held in s' in the chamber office today ( FriI schedule on April 2. opened offid't March I in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel TI:UtiI day at 1 H. A Teams so far indicating thai: \\ Building on Templee ;rtion of veterans of Eradfarc"Bounty
Wink I pm.
gained additional honors j I I This season the Tornadoes will!i iplay I Bishop newi ( IUBTII
by being selected on the second IS 11 at home and 7 day morning at 10 o'clock witi::i president of the chamber states,. they will play in the league an They had pre\inu..h l had offi<*. are hospitalized IB Late

toam all-district. Last week heWlS out of town.games.The complete schedule Rt'J.. w. Kaufman officiating !! that the program of activities I for Camp Blanding. Alvarez. I Hercules .-i in Luke Butler. City and. urged that the people Mr. and Mrs. R. T Fow! r .

selected on the all-conference will be published next week. Interment was in the family plot j 1 1952 will be planned at this meet Humphreys, and Xationa:' (Polorid 1-Minute Photon keep tM .r, !tnn 1 Then contrib I nounce the birth of a son. Th.I' ,

in Kingsley Lake Cemetfy. i jag Guard. 1.\\\ by the Telegraph) uting. Collins Fowler on Monday :M ii

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA ,
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oa exerted for the sins they hatt OFI'ICK SUPPLIES f 1(,'ndintVoile C. v 1.--.t. '
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County Telegraph : Differed \ T.. M' .. ,MrYou ,.,
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Gregory Peck and Susan Hayward \ CO. TKLEGUAPHAdding 'Sii.." .. ".i. \ I iI I __ --- \ \
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ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR !i A FREE COUNTRYA !( : have the leading roles n: Machines and Portable,I. .......,. : x --I\ I
.his technicolor drama ,
exciting I. '
TjiH'\vritcrs gold! tim>.-BraJ. I "
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and Entered as Second Seen supporting roles are Ray -I 'I fir 1',\. ,, t' I I' t 1. ..td.t.un ,
rublishet E\"t'1') Yrta..y TRUE PHRASE, BUT ONE US;D TOO OFTEN/ OEFENS in ford 'ounty Telegraph.' ; .
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Class Matter at the Post Office at Mark Fla. Of AN UNFAIR OK UNSOCIAL ACT: OR SPEECH. 1ial nand Ma-sey Kieron Moore .u.: .1' :-I"' ,t'at. au..>. tIlt\ \ i., t-.. r.'r..J ..I'r! i1\! "'' I.'
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Francis I X Bushman. 'n fie,: 10 MTIn: ", \ I ';1\ t 11 ,In- '. '
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In < Ir.-uil I..rr. llrnillitril tolinf. .I !'' i-I I rc i It h1 .. ? ul.I'l : I 'II'F I. ''Ii!. -
the Florida "I' .
Showing at l'lt.-i|:(, In i h.n 1 I.I'-'f'\1 I.'rigy >.
v. MemberSubMription 1952 d! lvi Sunday\ and :Monday is "Iim'i .:.. ," 1 \\ \i; .. I ,' ';' .'"'. ",' i'v., .... 'I i i i i ,I :" :.'. V ,
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linn, '. o-starnng Van Johns ,eel!
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ind Dorothy McGuire; as a v"'ungmarri..l \ -- .
$1.50 For Six: :Months .
I II Ion $'_).-.- Annually couple who auiih !Lit r .

llI.rdle i .\" a seemingly tusuruiuuuLthhbarri.r ;. i

Are YOU fighting in Korea? to their happnu.s.-

of life And by &lug\ \ IP ;.\es a seil'itIip(rf,,rm-,
blood is giving your very
Giving ." i- the yonm husband,I Ah. "Red" Hot Week-End
too. can
a little of your blood (which you'llne\er: mi-*) you. \ i \ indication ot t hi in_ "' Specials:
of Korea.
Freedom's Cause on the battlefields .
fight ,' ii ter. but -\h'i \ m \litaraiier
So of course you want to give blood. But the question j\i- IP: t:!., MI,a1!

-When'? light: now our Armed Forces require 300,000 pmt: \1.-- McGuire r 11.11 I !h. i

of whole blood a month. American citizens have been donat- /d4'sk .', tar ,':notl'm.tllIII!: i ri : ---
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ing it at the rate of only :30.000 pints a month. :Month after ..lis'lliisioned eel! I Lt-' ;s." ',"- ', \ -

month we go into the red literally-tapping our precious : ,. -em -invalid.I'U'. L.i '" .... ,'" I
,I I :nlo a hv-'< .1 (i! .M'i 1[<
dwindling reserves. .. ,.
Unlike the so-called "miracle medicines, blood cannot i I'h: '1'1'| ; in ,'
d i "-ii h. i Kir: I K: 'i u i. -
be synthetically produc (l. For it there i< no substituteGreat |I' dllll.I! 1\ ,ll .'. '! ll l -::::::.

industrial plants can pour out a steady l stream of rung t9 hei '.I Mil I .l_

and ships and tanks and planes. Laboratories can work J.

around the clock producing medicines and drugs. Resen- dr._ 1 ......... .. .. ...
with all industrialskill 4 ..
Hut
of essential weapon* can be !built. our

we cannot manufacture the first, the indispensible: life- _. COMING TO THE

line for our wounded men-human blood.

No one of us would watch a man die for lack of the blood t1 71 GATOR BOWL './. 'f, --. -,. ....
we could give. Hut Korea is far away and we do not see the '' JACKSONVILLE //

streams of wounded pouring into aid :stations and forward' March 13th thru March 19th

hospitals. Nor can we see a bottle of blood] or blood plasma, : I Evenings 8:30 except Sunday <(<{uuiilit}. lighted. Prin', l.ood Thru .: .ii M.mh "

flowing slowly into the veins of a wounded man. pulling him i I I ,

back from almost certain death. We cannot see but we can I -- .- ... -:; *;-(. ;'. ALL A0 -- 1_

)listen to those who have. ." J' I

GeneralIatthew: I*. Hidgway. Far Eastern Commander I THIS JS A FREE COUNTRY- Bur THAT FREEDOM CARRIES 'J--/ NEW. .t VELVO Regular or Drip GrindCOFFEE

says, "In modern warfare the value of blood is comparable WITH IT THE RESPONSIBILITY OF RESPECT FOR.THE RIGHTS I .-;1\ LAVISH! '#
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to ammunition fuel. food and other implements of battle j OF OTHERS, AND OF OBSERVING THE LAWS MADE, BV ,, r.s .'l!: ', HILARIOUS' ..

without blood the saving of many I lives would be THE ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES OF A FREE PEOPLE. > ,'. .""r 1'"' Greater

fible.IIOut impS-I FOR THE CITIZENS OF OUR DEMOCRACY, THE VITAL TASKIS e YA.-' }k Titan Eml Lb.69C

of every 100 wounded American :: (. TO MAINTAIN THE PRINCIPLE THAT PERSONAL LIOEK.TV !f -Ic rS ,

reach the most forward hospitals in Korea, 97 are being j MEANS PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY WE CAN ifi1' /

saved. :Military surgeons credit blood as a major factor in'i! KEEP OURS A FREE COUNTRY.

this life-saving record. In World War II, when the value of I uOUOAYCOMPANY .- _- .tII ""

blood met its first large-scale proving ground, the death rate .' Bathsheba'Biblical O'SAGE DessertPEACHES You Can't Bake Wrong With
'David &
was almost double. To maintain its present: lifesavingrecord : TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTiSTATE !

our Armed Forces must have an average of nine Spectacle

pints of blood for every man wounded in action. Five pints FARMBy H.Booked At Florida B 28

will bo processed into plasma. Plasma will make it pos.xible'1 ilrs. Bryan \\titfil'd) 36 ALUSTABAcrsr BAKE-RITE[

for a man to l live until he can reach a whole blood supply. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACommunity One (if the gle U I lo\. otAouttRtes

That's why we who fight Freedom's Came in the securityof Clubeu: history is tub! in "Ihn.l 1 .i ,I IBathsh..ba' OF 125

our homes our offices, and our factories must donate approximately eating diiaiiRt'ii" nts of : ] nnglllllt"'II! Ml I.i NO. 2'2 Can 13C 3 Lb. Can
I :per tail. that ,istuiienth! n.aknu; TICKET PRICES 19C
300.000 pints of blood each month between now sweet peas and azaleas acc" 'ntuated '
and We I the beauty of the home of Mr. 1 box of I'ice history all ovei tin 1 I including i c
July, 1952. may have to continue these donationsfor j !' i1'
'L-ountry It will occupy the screen' Boxes and Rink Chairs
a long time after. We hope not. But this much we know: t and Mrs L. F. Chapman Tuesday| for thie. i _.
:at the Florida Theatre $3.00Reserved
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the need urgent, : the need i i-< now The man who falls )'- afternoon of last week when the'' 'days next week starting Thins- | Seals in Stands All Brands EvaporatedMILK
Club mot there with
Community !
fore an enemy onslaught has the right to expect the blood! j ,', 'day. i I $2.50 & $1.90Rmrved$1s9n
Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. J. G.
essential td his healing. And. able-bodied American' the lives of must
every Although giea | Bleachers
Godwin as hostesses. The presi .
on the home front has a moral obligation to give it to him. \ dent, Mrs. H. J. Kucera, presidedover I lovers of history have been filmed I :

The mobile blood donor unit is to be at the USD in Starke' the meeting. During the ] time and again;, this is the first { Tall

on Wednesday. March 26. and a drive is now under to' time that the Biblical story nt i iDa'id 3 39C
war atternoon there was an enjoyable j jloimd I. HERE'S HOW TO ORDER BY MAIL
Bathsheba has been t obtain the required number of JIlt'dgefrom patriot" men table resume of the roster.,: and }'I Send stamped, addressed return Can
fm this-
the The
and women willing to donat. a pint of blood. :Makeoiir and projects of the organizationnom on screen. reason envelope with your check or money
it believed, i that a suitabli
pledge now and then be sure to keep your! appointment: Remember its beginning twenty years is I order to HOLIDAY ON ICE c/o LANE-
ending had never been fomiulatedThis ; REXAIL DRUG STORE. Main & Forsyth -
there's American IIN i ijf o Reminiscences thu occaloiied -
no percentage
in one !
gp ing when
objection was overcome Streets, Jacksonville. Mention 1 si and
life the hard way when you can save it the easy way *', when continued strawberry' "over short-cake the tealips' an inspired writer hit upon thi lad choice of desirable mshts. Donald Duck 4FOZZ" StrawberryMAYONNAISE

idea of concluding hisfjeen play '
.vas served with coffee SHRINE NIGHTS-Thursday. Mar.
I lack McGlynn of Ventura. Calif. I with the incorporation of tin j 13th; Friday Mar. 14th; & Saturday,
$ Twenty-third Psalm, attributed! Mar. 15th are Sponsored by Morocco
/ i "uul Jacksonville X A S spent the J I
t to David in\ anothei i part nt tit Temple Pilgrimage Committee. Tickets PRESERVES
,\'e"kpnd. with )A'. and Mrs. J. G. ': Bible It was believed that this for these nights available at Morocco
'>ddWE'Il. I Temple or any member of the Shrine.

the weekend Mr. and, would satisfku'louU explain the ...........................,...........................................................
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with the l rfdemplion 1)<1\101 and Bath.she-. .................................................................-............. I Pint Jar J2 oz. Glass
'pMAGIC Mrs H. G. Da\is. Jr. and their! 29C lSC

son, Greg, of Tallahassee wen A fr"f.*w ..

iE guests of Mr. and MrsV N

ZIG-ZAG -b North : From where I Joe Marsh
_= : sit ... by ...--- --
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DIAL -Mis. W. r;. Stimgfellou. I'' .
"mpanymg Inman Gioensiaike Fla. of Ga. Shipped Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn

visited Mr and Mis H ,I

; ukley:, in Jacksonville Sum!.i\' They Do

""n i that occasion greeting h.,. CUT -

__' l_i -- I 111't mile Darkley new gi-anddaughtei. LJt\'U l l. ; Give A Hoot For Easy FR YERS PAN yVP55C


:-aturday J. G. Caldwell Mi-
.J I B Fas\ Roberts fiiulh tint rid of Flan \1.1") I .i'I .Ii"" '
'aldwell and :Miss: Knm> Pound
:CTRAICHT AND ZIC-ZAC SEWING Cildwell visited relatives Ocala the noist pigeons, that used to a "In mlt: idea"x111 I t ii.: '.. .' ,

I MAKES BUTTONHOLES SEWS ON liev Homer Swindell and littl.nthony whoop it up under hieae-. "not ,o urht"afti. : i ;i,:, I r: t' -- --.._- -'" --JIi.._

"BUTTONS EMBROIDERY AND APPLIQUE- .\ Swindell of Starke and! He mast luue tried a dozen why we should never! 1".. t'mi i -
Corn Fed Rib End Sugar Cured
IHG MONOGRAMMING FORWARD AND Kev Sam J. White of Tampa win ways to scare them otTo But no sure of our idea and npi":," -

j I I REVERSE SEWING DARNING etc. was visiting minist.er of the Stark matter what he did they would be but always: try to \heel\ an: '" I

Christian Church during its reem right back cooing by his window mind. I believe a iefii-h.":r trl!. I PORK LOIN SMOKED STRIPEDROAST

j Available/ / in Console, Desk and Portable mo 'els. (' series of services were dinner the next morning of beer is the best thn'st-iuem! In rThen ,

guests of :Mr.: and Mis. P. sCrews you may believe ::. .
of Since 186:"!. PFAFF has been pioneering in the at noon Wednesday of last I Easy thought of an old But who's '
to say onf" : riirlit and
stuffed owl I he
had
in his attif. Hepropped
) design deietopment and manufacture/ of preci' we;.kMr. it the roof so's the other i is xvronir? I..t'; .' BACONPound
all
sion-made Sen ing Machines\ for Home and 1 ndustr)'. and Mis Dave Thornton had! on practice tolerance It'll--a,
the c a'sit>
I I'as pigeons could see it. They left
tt_ These norld-renouned superior machines are unsurpassed their Sunday supper guest of hootin' and hollenn'.
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.. three .
and hoot m\l II I. hare taken
T';. because of their construction and uorkman- Mr and Mrs Cecil Drannen and Pound

: ship, and assure >ou oj effectiie f and efficient/ mt' ng. tieir: son. Glen and' Mrs And,t'.\ their.place.. East swears the hootine f'Ca"/J} 4SC 19C
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Crews of Lake Butler I < (\.t'nOl >* than the rtomx Joe;
COME IN FOR A. FREE DEMONSTRATION For several days diiimg the of the piKi-on-! :

week :Mr: and Mrs Arthur Tas

SEWING CENTER who were en route to Mian.i M"i, -
: their home in New York Citvisitors \ .... ... l .rYIfftiiYiIJI'L1LJjiJ' Fla. Thin SkinORANGES

Ill( S. f K. FIRST ST. of Mr and M'i' ]I., ,

(.aittl'S' iIIl'. Fla. .Phone S IIi I Dean. Mr and Mrs Ci-a .

aocompank'd to the F.i l h\ \. I .
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/ \\ \\\nO\ lots ,'xt'nd"tl"isi.city ,.wN _

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r 'I. FLt.GRAPE.
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'"u i: I i'!_ the tveel laI i rf

!L. :' 'il>\ J.), I.1 I.I [I.

:=r--. .. ., M St t.lfol'. I'.
".r." .. For
h in. s t1 "' *
'. eear,. \1 ,i t\ ill 1'\! I -., FRUIT 4 2 9C
irra..r Attsrs>I ( r ..:
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i- .e. yl r 'Ul; ,I 11\\. Mand M'I !IB' I- 0
Dixiana
t- fin. r Frozen 12 oz. Pkgs.STRAWBERRIES.
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i.iriiisV h ti < ar.,1 i their > -i:>
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--a. r n ex.atr'sl. dnr "1' it. ,1\ i t'oy's!. Edna FI\ 1', .

.. \',', t Jean of Lake C'i:t% .'. "
-... ...MS ..i Mr and Mis K. 1 lie OKonl* worn or apl'I') ft's' ,''" 'nDMI S I E S 4 Pkgs. $4.00
..-.-. \ = G :
.r------ .- = = 1'initnii. iiui IIf Mr .Iud l t- I \\.111 i HIM. i) i ii
e E A !vie t Sta'tord .
TT-r- i I' i in i in mi m i'
r \'' uu- tlf Mr and Mrs Albeit I
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fur -If. it- fun mi". t .. .- !I ....__
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r.r IM.I Sunday were Mr. and t .alla/i< 'IISI.a/( <'( trn inn pa -

'<," 'crud!: I l'n.and then two a.l\ir Then. you won't have to rail the fin-man! Fla. Pascal Large Heads Fla.

.-,.,! MiFl,, ,'\-l Oue-t and
_.. Miwsf; IIf f >.Ifi Irn if\, (171(1.1..! tnnl -
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"-r5' <' appliini/ <'* <'HII"'s nri\ fit t oft Stalk lb

., 8D.MO) fir N 'I'r y 1'l1r.! CELERY 6y'cl LETTUCE 10cIBS. 1

Beware Coughs


Yes, you'll find cherries From Common Colds rr H. C. WALL\ AGENCY), .- _I.'I r

galore in this exciting Borden flavor! I
That HANG 011Creomulsionrelieiesprompth A I PI.I\SE: PHONE nr

Bright, red, juicy cherries that add because

refreshing flavor to every spoonful. ; Its it goes help right loosen to and the seat expel\f germ the: troubleto l laden 1 A c t nn..tanl "mutOMT
., phlegm and aid nature to soo'he and
Enjoy this smooth, rich, delicious ice heal: raw: tender inflamedonohi.il" i

Take membranes. Guaranteed t.> r''''''..>,:-U
cream at favorite fountain.
your or money refunded. Creon ..iioa has
"""'" stood the test of millions of users.CREOI'UlSION.
some home for dessert tonight. t rte.

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... M, .. _' ,",- .'...'..'. "" "' "1' I: mint was the report of Jlr. and 1 runt: 11:11111h..I. sl h, had been! A'e nit !h. stems afar down ahi -- Pr"ldent. presidingMis ;: ; uncial were :

\",">,1 .' 1.. .1 Mrs"Ellis 'Mr. Ellis is gatht'ring I fur tvvn mont'is: MiSapp; \\
15., ,, ," :fi', :;/ ,1, tomatoes and Mrs. Ellis i- foster giaduat from huh si h.">I 1. and is rht." \ve Scalded aid packed County !i. : > i.i :, v! I i 'I
4h : O'h.;;, mother of 28 Jersey calve Seem now tvth'the! Southern Btl! Tdl"i:1phone I i\\'am thifretztr I plantt- =,' t\t :
/ The "d"" 1. spj." Ftst.\ : !1 : : .i
,", : 'A' as though the Ellises are really Co 1 roceih and other greens but they I
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,/ .( '<$,' ... 'i going into the cow business on a Eu-r.a tKelly enjoyed a ur 'Ii owned. I cooked some toi sup, Mrs' Jim Williams c't'1 I, '.. 1 i I

/ : big -cale. They will be back herein pn.st birthday fish fiippei! i I"l'ently i 1 1it I>'r Tuesday night lik' this and Gen Davis .1. A. P.-n i ,rOigham 11'! 1: 'A I i is l \ Is-

;/ about 10 days or two weeks tc jeiald and lance Adkins m'l' they were excellent Plane desired : : :,

t lit.1 nue then fanning operations.Mr Hampton Gert and Clar l'e kept amount in heavy aluminum pot.t.'aon..d Mrs. Loca \\h1: "-t'; I' ,I .t \ 1'C i .: HI i > I 11 \ i tto> i I"
: and Mrs. Lucian Conner the: birthday cake hidden till the I '; ; with baton grea-e and .: 1'1.. "I I Intl. Attu|
I s\1nwofthpC"'l11t" \ rn'i1\ i ;Ii i t. ,1 t bb I H 1 1SI I ,
''Imner guests of Mr. and last. when he tried to blowout I t)nittei. alt and pepper co.ikei' ing held in Lake Butler o 11, Keh ". \ I : : .1
\I> ]Kineiy: Lewis and Mr. and those 51 candles. >lowly until tends: Poured ,
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ary 19 All nit mb"*r<; were remind! silo 1 a' I i l. !I. '
M' I'.iul Faulkner Sunday. Hubert Rouse seveia' ream sauce made <'t plain flour .
planted ,
1 11 ed and urged\ to attend the Regional I. \' I:" : "" I :: ;:
M and Mrs Thurman Joules acres of oats before he left for cream and war' and finished
EterYt : -r r T ,\ -ii'-etn a: Fei r: 1 r U' M: :
,.., am1) ,ulilren. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon service They are very pretty I cooking.Roma', andina on Mar< h1 I v''' < 'J .
t h, ,uid daughter enjoyed the now They don't require any and R, s, I ,t I-.M.i tit,t Jai'k, : \
Refreshmen'i i I \ >t :: :
: oar ;, It h Mr and Mrs. R. J, work until the combine gets ready i i'i'for .5''F1nlt'.r\ r.- e"I 1': l I"l"- Ali, ,
Mrs H. B. Ci "I \h-I : i II": \\ :: :
+ke Jill,' in Brooker Sunday thpl1l. I ter 1: Tr uh Had e" "n : ,
1 hams, Mrs E \: i I. 1 M 1
:MKmery Lewis spentVd- .
See Russell
Green: till no ,
ro gat -i i ii"K H H :Mutt .MI I' .mil \It! -
9A m' ''I etc, with her niuIaRlltl gl'n-i S<- -ms as If these:"
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s, Dc.ltllsFnend.s "
r
x n.'iKii'-i: r, Mr and Mrs. \Voodio\\ !Mi-Itls hI' ..II IIIt'xhIlstablt'i, ,
sup .
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BROOKERMrs. .
Thom, of LaCro"se. Mrs. Thoma- 1.\: F .' ., 'P:, ,,t t- > -' ;, i
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l'l\ T ''J- yet 1 ?1.I|1 to Visit br j I 1
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i h"11 sick for >'mc time but 1- '. ,", fOrmer :N -- '
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o- I at present. "i V i "
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MSS.S. Jo Ann Norman -pnif "it III '\'> r t ,
y I II I 1\ulnt'T i.Mrs Khoda Do'.vlinyi:: I I*. T. \. 'It.tinT ; .
kend in Jack.onille with FllI"1'1I so err i -AMI n rld! it the :0-'" 'I 'nlll"11 ; \
H' \I 1-:1..1:: th 'luiiit-v; (' c.v M 1, .' :. 1 1 .
I'Kl/K WINNINC( Liberty} horses, I Jt tl\'I'S. I''i, ': Mi-" i ,' s ,. I : \ fl .' \ S'' !1':
trained bv Major O'Dav sell\\) appear with Hawaii-Wallace t Had; to sec Mrs. BeL. R.-dd'-: : ,

thm.-riny cirrus m Starke Thursday, March: 13. afternoonand at Sunday School withJr< hlo'h> 'II'U' ; e t ;7 1r.
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er-i-law and sLltterfr ,. -- -- -- _
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Mrsv. T. Crosby. : ; "ci'- < _
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various churches H. B. and Dernice Kellv .-r,' _"";:- -'[; ,, ;t --.- .'., _.!,'-. -, _-:._", h_. _"-T'-iJ ._- I&W ..A__ '._ '" ;- 1ft. ;iii i-;:,, :<<.;!; _. > ;',

All churchesan pastors will be children trekked off to Bi y 'I i I. I
BAYLESS MAY\ '
last .k "<'"
recognized during the day. Open and Folkston, Ga v' !Jt .. .
house will be for the' Dernice hlstt'I'1.: ,:I -.l, "" .1I..1.It..VU. -. : ,' :
111'11r.. : -,. O. F:. CrosbyUajless arranged visiting > _, "c_ ..
vIsitors. Everyone is invited ter': Lillian Bolling. She hudlilt > IJi2.. lJ II'... 4 .4
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attend this special !service Come I her for several year \ .. ... 4 *
Chiinh News and bring a full basket and enjoy Mr andII"S, Perry AKt n. ""if: > <.II 4
The Pa.torDt'aeons: ; andl..aymen the day with us.IYrson.il. Terry Lee. of ZephyrhilN UK! n .... 4
son > )5 4i <
Association: of the New I I Items l Mrs Vera Alstou of Lake Bill I lei, ) \UE 113> tlK

River Association met with Bay- Happy birthday to Calvin Ward were visiting Mr. and Mrs 111 *n : : 1 1 4 tlH
less Monday 1 \V. CALL
Highway Baptist church -
who celebrated his birthday Tuesday. -, ham Crosby; Saturday. > \ !! DELIVER :
night Eleven pastors were and Aunt Sally PS. ;
He had a lovely supper Sun Uncle John : : I .4
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present and representative from this weekvitft) IS' STREET
day night. His children helped'him : Kelly are spending practically all churches includingone celebrate the occasion by eating C. (', and, Swinton Crosby. 15
Regional: Missionary.! Brother oodles of Louise's good pies Quite a large number of ,)m : EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY I -4
Smith delivered the main address I Calvin said Homecoming a* ((1 "V .",' 4I4 *
of the and chicken galore. folks attended '. *' t i 1' These Prices (ood Thru \1 ed.. Mar i
the
evening by use of he received a lovely raincoat and i j Heilbronn Baptist church Sunday i
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"Jets" The ladies! of the host : some unmentionables from the i Everyone had a wonderful tIme "I: KESEINE THE KH.HT TO I IMIT' (11\MTIr-s

church served cake and coffee at kids. Hope you have many morehappy | Mr. and Mrs \\". R. Haislop. Mrs .. ., ..
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the close of the service. occasions like this Calvin !: Lucille Lovell. MiAlex Barn -, ,- .-. '---- _. u __ _, ,"_ ._____" __ .
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Rev Tucker of Oak Grove Had a nice visit with Eddy and I and Mrs. Loui>\Ward were business -- -- --- --- --- -- -, -----,-- -, -- u ____-__._ __ __ __,,

preached here Sunday night. A Daisy Norman Sunday They I visitors in Jacksonville last Cudahy Grade A Rex Sliced Alaska
barge crowd attended and enjoyedhis tci Friday.
were excited about their nip I
message. Miami-spent a' week with Mr. Mrs. Rachel: Green and Mr and!

Everyone be sure and remember and Mrs. A C. Ellis. This was Mrs. Edward Raulerson and
March 16 is the official opening I their first; trip to Miami! Both' dren of Brooker ate dinner with SALMON Can': 35c

date for Bayless! Highway Baptist Eddie and Daisy had ban-ells of: Mr. and Mrs Eddie Norman Sun-

Church. The program will begin fun trying to find their way ,
day.Rev.
at 10:30: a.m. The inspirationalsermon around. Eddie said he had always|: and, Mrs. C. A. Crosby and! .

will be preached by Rev. wanted to go to Miami but kept daughter, Mrs Pete Parrish ant! Lean Western Pork Roast or Armour's
W. H. Edwards of North Pleasant I putting it off. While there they I I children of Black Creek1'

Grove. Dinner will be served at attended the laces and saw many dinner guests of Mr. and MiU'

1:00.: The afternoon program will I interesting sights T CrosbyIonday.. CHOPS LB. 39C

consist I of talks from Pastor of The thing thai fascinated me Mary Miss Grim.sley Evelyn Clark of Jack.sonvillt and Mrs PURE LAID 3PBg: .45C

were guests of their mother \Ir'S -
Men's Clothing I R Clark .
Sunday. -
II ALVAREZ STORE Established 1894 IIIIII'I1Olres Mr.\ and Mrs. Horace Knoles ,nndaughter : Western Tender Sliced Green Shield

Elaine of Aubul'rHla'lsltlllg !'

A-i r \ Mrs. Knoles' parenlrrid ..

hroth'-r-in-law si.sti; i Niluiii
i \It Frank Thomas and \1 Beef Liver LB. 49C RICE 3 29C

2' ii / 1I -t"in,1" ;Ms\"|. Lois =" ,'\\'I1Iln 1.r"I.\' Pkg.


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I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVThe Grade A Ga. Shipped Mothers Best Meal or


+I Of New Life River And Folks Times FRYERS F E S

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-0 = I5y JesMe Lee IazenhyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. GRITS 5 Lbs. 31 C


b I ei Fla. Grade A Dressed & Drawn ,

Sonit "I'| Ihf lie..:.100' :'; .\ l! i LB.

I v t F tended, thelradt-.! ;!.1'ns: n
I Singing; C'onvi'ntion Sund! >\ 'II! SEFCOBig21-2Can

I II Ileilbionn, were Mmir.e Joiin! UK, !
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I the Stafford Cr'W3. runt:' i iAnilreb
girls -
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tamily, Fronie :M--- IV Best Grade White E d-C-T;: "" Center Pork & Beans CBallard's
h.II the G W Andrews and Jot i.iby ;' n 15
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and I. It was realh H" r.
orrEll q 'I

Ch--'$ .fe epl ArE attending Bobby Crews was on i I BACON 19c 29c a_. -..U'u 1
Clo' I; I .. I
w 1'h r HES ho 1.! i representative at the HJ, He ,
I -ang III a trio which. w'is .v
Clt.C
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Ie 'lit R., pretty. _- FLOUR SALE
Mr and children \1
Mod.l G-1H '7E Fipps I
qr ER. ; down at Bill Hanson's filling! "Oven Ready"Y
Set e demonstration! Toil agree the Benta I (ton Sunday p.m. showing ,n! a I GOLDEN ROSE Plain
Magic Heater is the greatest washday news in 4 eft. swamp I ISCUITS I S I S
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rears .. because every woman knows "The I snake with 7 rattles and a button

Hotter the Water, the Cleaner the Clothes!P dJ' That was the fattest rattler I r't" I, Pfcg.

A lendix adesire-ot no t OAA i Or Philadelphia Cream
extra cost! I 95 32 Comic pagt look Snow plus While Sudsy saw.The Lacy Johns are j>r.ndlv! ; I 10 Lb.79c 25 Lb. $1.98

,linuri.. strutting a new Ford around these '
$o'Ur Martiet'fradMl
days. Their other one bear ued : CHEESE

.! KMDIX: MOM APPlIANa,- Divide AVCO Mo.utod.doF C. i
I needed it very badly. I II

I I Janice Shiver and uey- of Setzer's "Breakfast Cup"
WINKLER
ELECTRIC SERVICE
I Gainesville have been staying \\ ith I Pure PorkSausage

\ liei mother, Nan Moody, .t i ','\\'
:??-1 Temple \\c. U. S. 301 Starke Fla. Ph. 166 days since HdioKl has bt'l'1I in I

Georgia working. : COFFEE LB.
65r
I lb
25c
Went to see Jackie i II I K "i'I R

I Crews and son Doyle .Ii l.tt
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week. My, what a fine boy"
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Mrs. Rouse hasn't heard fr' m '"'
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way in sometime but he ha "'a __ .U n"J: : ;. :.. __ __ : __ : _. '_- '__.:: _' u --,____ __ ,
1 duty and likes it fine. He \- iI
Freedom IsNot .. .
: Huber -
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he's radioman Papa -" -
Rouse is stationed in :Norfoh. \ > -uro' : -_ __ :_ :-: -_ U u'_ '_ '" u .-u, -,- _. .'_ : _:. --:- '<.


Free for Frank a while.L Tomlinson h.i :osl FROZEN FOOD SALE FLAGA DRIED BEAN & PEA SALE

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over 5t hogs recently ThiA "r

l treated for cholera and thl',1 i died
SWEET PICKINS BRAND BLACKEYED PEAS 24oz.
There is I from it. The serum seen.id i u
a price to pay for freedom. 18C
have been bad He said n v
That prisp is vigilance
agcinst hasty and I
ranged from 50 Ibs. to ISO lbs
CUT BEANS
unwise action by any organized minority Eustace K -llhas all his laud BABY LIMAS

or an uninioivned majority J that might 'I turned and 10 acres of \ !, w 10 Oz. Pk>r. 24oz.
propose 13CBROCCOLI

measures to take our freedom from us. Bantam Everyone corn (complaining planted. f: I

To be vigilant we must study and under- about the wet weather but i i' i t', K '10 o/. 'iv. GREAT NOTHERH 24oz.

stand our Capitalistic System. Today it is L. Tomlinson He says. :' Fordhook LIMAS 15C
dusty in his; field that h. !11" -
the most undersold
economic in all
system "wash his neck and ears 10) (>/. PkR.

history while Communism is the most night". NAVY BEANS 24oz.24oz.. CC

oversold. Fonnie Crews' ole cow SPINACHSUGAR ]

I caused so much trouble i oPkjr.. J

I i neighbors, finally died att. : .
"The Condition Upon Which God Hath Given S ting worse and better andI i PEAS LARGE LIMAS I
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I and worse repeatedly. I kn '
Liberty to Man Is Eternal Vigilance: Which 10 Oz. Pkg.Cleans .
neighbors can at last rest
Conditio .: H: Break. Servitude Is at Once the I. '
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Frank LI -- -- "
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Consequence of His Cri-e.M' John Philpot I Eustace and Gertrude Kelly b- i-U "

Curran. I the weather and attended\ :.nr -
v t I bazaar at the St. Edward- (v
I olic church last week. Scott Spring ( loihe.. I'nnrell/ (

Use Your I I Wonder if Ch's and \\ (Quickly. Eanly
Bank Champion of Your Liberties.4tNlit .

,! son the Andrews on had their one.are getting new T. V.good" H.. ,",'. OAKITE ]1 OC TISSUE 1 OC PINS 1 OC TOBACCO ;1


: Johnny Frances Crews \ ,-,' 10 1-2 Oz. Pkg. I ROU )JIIZ. \N
BANK at STARKE
y..... FLORIDA I Carolyn Crews at State Far:
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111flml.l qt / 1} Cozette Sapp visi' r 1 j.'' -
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I AGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE., n..ORJn.'n. _, _, .,
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.6 "1Cladys \ Mr. and Mrs. Edwards ; St. V1 ark s Auxiliary lSth birthday on Tuesdayshe's turn at the earner of Madison and I dress and tugh heel shoes as they I ;any day.

t a BHS senior! saw Bernice Op- j Water streets Wednesday a.m thought Aunt .Hear that
Madge Was comingby Pat McOm 1
t Observe Anniversary 1 Plans Silver Tea I
t perman of Wash D. C. former and turned over : I resident of Starke during Bland- the fire station' but couldn't give ,
1'f.. !, s Auxiliary of St | bought! three presents apiece I fraternit' h < -\Ig,1" ,-

Mark 'l'i'1.1< h met in the parish I ing days visiting her uncle and I coherent directions thus the small the highest cost 59c Betty \\', l! ,1.1\, ;;

oous.1 inlay afternoon at 31 aunt. the P.M Barefoot and fire was out by the time the fire Ann Phillips will be coming home 1 the light >; ht'. i

I II -loi-K :MrMattie r friends here this week Congrats I truck got there Chief Pickett in a couple of weeks when husband. II Miuht.! 't tel t.: -<,

1ire'----.. ".'Hlt>d over Gahagan'l it's a boy for the Dick Fowlers still pleads for people to learn the James leaves for the Air Corps ]program tr ? F1: !rika K: :
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I born Monday at St. Luke's J i j street they live on. might save in San Antonio Texas SFC piano !tr,'!P.i.! \r c nom'-.i'
MootyPhone KIIII :Miss Clara Leaman war
ng hear Louise Wainwright of Holly- your house from burning down Robert Turner returned to Fort servaton1",. \\ ,'r:'
t 35 | in 'harjct 'he devotional. |'I wood. Fla. will be here for the sometime there was another Jackson S. C. Monday a.m. wherehe night Hr i pnui'l : .
t the business session the'neiung
.... - --- > Duruijj; I' weekl"ntlith her mother, Mrs. A. petty thievery the past weekthe will await assignment Lyle Hilda an l.e.nt ,' .
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Officers InstalledBy Two Hostesses hanged ri'.m the first Monday to 'I i Selma Brinaon and daughter here Thought it so cute when I heard j the U. S S. Leyte. spent Saturday j to add ni\ i i;' i 'ilatl"!"-

Club Entertain AtBridgeLuncheon the sc '"Monday: of each month i from Orangeburg S. C. visiting I that little Mary Agnes and Anne I and Sunday at home with his fami- I j man ih.r '. Joni .1 t

Junior Plans Amade. for a silver tea her parents. Chief and Mrs. W. E. Matthews planned and put on a i Iy his ship will be anchored in i lady is i.-: -_

Monday Night on n> -' Thursday after Easter Thornton during Mrs. Thornton's I surprise birthday tea for mother Jax until March 20th and he will Well. I ""L. -Jl-

w- Dona'miTom, the tea will be i I'I illness miss seeing' : Pat Seig at i Hazel. Saturday afternoon the I be home weekends until then column! -; ,' '. .; I I n, \ ,

Annual reports and installationof Mrs. P. P. Stubbing and Mrs.J. useu -i pair'on' the parish the Florida Theatre where she has. I|I girls planned the whole thing- iceda Donnis Epps left Tuesday for Fort to !sweat mi ...v:tier \\ ..

new officers was held Monday R. Kite were hostesses at a houst been employed for several weeks cake, had mints and nuts ordered Benning. Ga to greet husband. this one seeou in ,

evening at the regular monthly lovely bridge-luncheon Thursdayof : Hn. ...ifsst.- ;MI 1 the supper on Fri ditto Mary Lappe ser an- ice cream and at the last minute Sgt. Hill who just not in fiom hope

meeting of the Junior Woman' last week at the home ol Mrs day night\ before Lenten service other semi-tra-.ler truck missed the begged Hazel to put on a prettyaauaaauaau..uu..u Korea h. 's fxpectmg a disihaigf t'uaalu.a.asaau..uua..au.uiuuuuaua..a.1

Club. Kite in Pinehurst FUbdivtior.Sweet will b. :MrBen Roland and Mt -
aaaaaaluaA A A A A Aualua
were made by all the peas and gladioli in various Stain" :N'ugrlTh. > 4 u

Reports shades attractively usedin .. n ,.g1aat chaiiman.Mrs.

officers the and following committee five chairmenand members decorating were the home for tin i .; t laItb-halm, presented :II nint. 4 4 NO-EXTRA--COST-m--yo -- A & P PROUDLY PRESENTS

were voted into the club: Mrs. J. occasion. Luncheon was set \'el' Mr and Mrs T B Edwards ','tr! estmg program on Brazil wit I: 4<

Mrs. Charlie Cowen, at the four card tables precedingthe brated their 57th wedding uiini-" all niembeitaking part.

T. Moore Steve three progressions of bridge san on February :3rd wn
Mrs. Mack and Futch Mrs Doyle Mrs.Hazen. j( Lovely boxes of stationery were dinner served In then honor ..t the I 'social! hour was enjoyed and refreshments

Simmons Trawick appeared before given to the two high winners. New River Baptist Church A were served by the I A New And Better Bread I
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Jack
asked for volunteers('! Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mrs. O. L. large crowd of friends and rela- hostesses Mrs. Delia Hoover aiu
club and i
the work at Beasley and china ash trays were tives were present to enjoy this o<-- Mrs. R. J. Davis.
to help with the clerical I casion and to congratulate themon 4
Blood given to Mrs. H. J. Kucera and | 4
the March 26 Red Cross Mrs. K. G. Duncan as bingo prizes. | their many years of marriedlife. 1 Stork Shower Given ---

Donor Drive. He also made anj! Guests at the party included the | They have been members ofNew 3 JANE PARKER ENRICHED SLICED

appeal to every member to givea River Church since early|I For Mrs. Anderson
nembers of the State Farm Bridge j 4 .
blood. I .
of childhood.Mr.
pint Club and a few friends from 4
Each member was asked 10 I and Mrs. Edwards have six I) Mrs. Gp P Wadsworth ol Hampton 4
Starke. 4
beautify her own yard the week of i I II children: C. W. Edwards of Brad- entertained at a lovely stork ]4 t '

March 17 as part of the City I I enton. S. I. Edwards of Tampa. shower Thursday afternoon of last: 44

Beautification Week. The Red I Baptist \VM U Circles I Eva Harrell of Brooker. Rubie week honoring Mrs. Lyle Anderson. I 144: White

Cross drive, which the members Met TuesdayThe Croft of Tennessee, Elma Hamilton The affair was held at the read

of the club participated in Monday I of Brooker, and J. E. Edwardsof Anderson home on N. Cherry 4 4

evening, was a success. All the Baptist circles held their Brooker. They also have 14 street. 4 ,

reports from all the areas weren't monthly meetings Tuesday af'er- I grand children and two great grand An attractive color M-henie of .4 ,

in but at the time of the meeting i noon. children. I pink and white was carried out in 44 Oz. Loaf Pt.'

108.00 had been collected. I Helen Masters circle met will I I : arrangements; of azaleas and dog- j 1-4- : Better Because Its 16 14C p

All 'members were urged to attend ,i ;Mrs. J. A. Griffin with seven memo Wedding Plans Told I wood. Appropriate games were a CU8tomers I

the Senior Woman's Cluc'l': bers present. The program topic Miss CarrollMiss played during the afternoon and 3 1 More Nourishing E
By
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meeting next Wednesday afternoon i j.waa1 "Even So Send I You". Mrs.J. I prizes wt'l'e'on by Mrs. Robert; 1 Corner '-t 2 More Flavorful \ Lb. Loaf tC
Carl Fille (
and Mrs. >av.I \
as the members of Junior N. Dupre gave the devotiona'ifrom Netti Lee ('ari-oll, daughter j I Turner '4 111 1 2 j

Club are in charge of the program.!: ; John 20, followed with prayer of the Rev. and Mrs. C. L.I I Refreshments of strawberryshort l We take off our hat to 3 Better Value :

The highlight of the meeting by Mrs. F. B. Beard. A talk,I Carroll of Worthington whose engagement cake and coffee wereerved Mother!

was the Installation of new officersfor I: "Bright Spots or Night Spots," ,! to B. Ray Rodda of by the hostess, assisted by. Mrs.Robert J I -4 :Maybe it's true that it's .. :
SrMrs.
Mrs. W. E. was given Mrs. Clark and "I L. Anderson. :
the year: president by j Starke has been announced, hare'aled ?
Dowling; vice-president, Mrs. :j j Wan: Drafted" by Mrs. J. A. Grif-1 I plans for the v"dding Turner and Mrs. Buddy Wads Dad who pays, but from experience Fla. Fresh Pt'
I we can assure him
Vernon Silcox; recording secretary | fin. The program closed with ;.which will take place Sunday afteri worth. i' 3 :C
with his is in good hands
Mrs. Ned Yancey; corre prayer by Mrs. Jesse Newsome. i March 16, 3:30 The honoree was presented: money
noon. at : o'clock
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spending secretary, Miss Sara 1 Refreshments were served byj i in the Sardis Baptist Church at many lovely and useful gifts.Outoftown 3 when Mother buys the groceries. FRYERS F E S Dressed & Drawn Lb. 49C
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A.I guests were : .
Williams; treasurer, Mrs. John the hostess. I Worthington.The 44
] Gene Bowers and Mrs. BudiP Mother
Torode. The Junior sponsor, Mrs. double-ring ceremony will! '4n For without

Edward Burns, was in charge of Dora Alderman Circle met Tues be performed by the Rev. W. F. Wadsworth of Bunnell and Mrs 44 doubt, is America's great-

the lovely installation service. day afternoon with Mrs. L. U Oddy of Palatka. A program of Florence Boy.'r( and Mrs. France -4 est purchasingagent.. She Pt'.

Gifts of appreciation were givento Morgan with 11 members present.I I nuptial music will be presence Leman of Green Cove Springs 4 knows what she likes and Pure Pork :

the retiring officers and the The meeting opened with prayer by Miss Ann Casen and Mrs. Hiy I 4 wants. And at A&P we w

club also presented Mrs. Burns by Mrs. George Flynn, leader. An I I mond Brown of Worthington Mrs. Scott HostessTo 4 make it our business to see Wi/Ws Lb. c

with a small gift for her diligent interesting program was given by pianist, and Mrs. Alvin Davis of she gets it. 2ftC
WCTU MembersMembers 4 SAUSAGE S S E
service and interest in the club. 'i!i i I and Mrs. D.Mrs.L. Thomas M. M. Morgan.Mrs. G. B. The Lee I I Tallahassee, vocalist 4 If she doesn't, we'd like \

Delicious refreshments were The bride will be given in marriage of the'CTt' were -44 to know about it and the
served by the hostesses during the regular business meeting was conducted by her father and will havi entertained last Fiiday afternoon :C
Hoorah for -
-4 reason why.
social hour. I I'I by Mrs. Flynn. The meeting I I as her maid of honor Miss Betty at the home of :Mr-. W A Scotl Mother! and Dad too. '
closed with Mrs L ,
by 4
_ A joint meeting of the incoming prayer I I' Jo Gardiner of Gainesville. Brides I Devotionals were led by Mis I ... I Iceberg P

and outgoing executive boards of U. Morgan. maids will be Miss Betty Rodda Jennie Thornquest, u-ing the :.lst CUSTOMER RELATIONS :

I the JUn )r Club was held at the I -- sister of the bridegioom-elect. ai! (* Psalm Committees were appointed .4 DEPT. C

home of Mrs. Edward Burns, Wednesday ;j Daisy Fowler circle met with Mrs. Warren Godwin, both of Jaekon'ille. to formulate plans lot a st-hoo1' A&P Food Stores LETTUCE E 1 Heads 19C
Mrs. P. D. Reddish Tuesday after .
evening of last week. Mrs. temperance essay (contest detail 4 420 Lexington Ave.,
liurns served refreshments following noon with 10 members three visitors j Theodore A. Rodda of Palatk of which will be announced late"tIt 4 New York 17, N.; V.fi :.

the business meeting. and one new member pres will serve a* his brother's best man I was announced that the disti ;u": -44 Pt,
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ent. and ui'herSill be Eugene Badgerof meeting will be held in Starke sunn' .

Methodist Circles Mrs. Siegert gave the devotionalMrs. Palatka and C. Freddy Hudson I time in April. ,' .4 FO/.Z Brand (; 1-4 Oz. Jar Sunnybrook :

Lex Green program chair of Gainesville.A In addition to local membersguests : 3 APPLE JELLY 2 jars 13c

Hold MeetingsCircles man, gave several interesting articles reception will follow the wedding I included I :'Ilrs.11 g'le AwryMrs. ... ,
Grade A Doz. iCt
on Home Missions. Mrs. at the home of tht Large
I ceremony Mamie Wilson, and MrM 1 'r\ (ethers Strained EGGS E S 4 8 ,
of the Methodist WSCS Maxie
Carter circle leader had bride's parents. All friends art Holmes of Penney Farms.
held their the I I BABY FOOD jar tOe C
monthly meetings charge of the business session invited to the wedding and ret-ep- The hostess assisted[ by Mi.- ... ,

first of this week. Offering was $9.75 and offeringfor tion. Olin White, served refreshment" .
Circle 1 in the home of Mrs.L. Home '4 Crisco .
met Missions was $22.50. i at the close of the me..tingVoman's .

D Vining Tuesday morning The meeting closed with prayer; | PTA Will Meet 3 SHORTENING, 3 lbs. 89c Sweetened or Unsweetened C.
with Miss Coburn
Amy as co- by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Duringthe t

hostess. social hour, the hostess servet1 1 i Tuesday EveningThe \ Club 3 Floating Soap. > ;

Mrs. L. .\. Davis leader, presided refreshments.The I PTA of the Bradford lug(" To Meet March 12Miss IVORY, 3 med, bars 25c ORANGE JUICE Large Can 17C .+
the business
over meeting.Mrs.
next meeting will be
with and Elementary Schools will meet 1 Pt
Elizabeth Reed, directorP' -4
Sam Anderson told of planrfor
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. J. I Ivory .
Tuesday night. March 11. at : ( Division of Health InformatIon -4 .
the luncheon for the District R. Chasteen, Jr. p.m. in the school cafeteria : SNOW Ige. pkg. 29c ;
State
meeting to be held Thursday. Mrs Florida Board of Health : ,
This will be the second in 'h. ,
H. K. Tyus was welcomed as a Ida Darby circle met at the I Jacksonville will be the guestc : I
series of meetings in which th Toilet SoapCAMAY N. B. C. Premium
member of the circle. Mrs. E. L. home of Mrs. James Lewis with) speaker at the Starke Woman'!? ,

Matthews gave an amusing article Mrs. J B. Sapp as cohostess with fhrents and teachers meet in l. Club regular monthly meeting 3 reg. bars 25c

from the Methodist Woman on the 12 members present. primary, elemental and high". Wednesday afternoon at 3:3: ; Lb. Box
1 2 3c
school groups for discussion. Topic o'clock. j BrIdal Bouquet CRACKERS ,
wrong way of conducting a nom Mrs. S. E. Sparks opened the ,
for this
i!, meeting will be "Teaching i iI '
committee. The members of the i 29c
inatirg business period with prayer. Mrs I Individual Responsibility." Junioi I' SOAP bars -

Mrs. T. G. Mitchell devo Wesley Andrews, 11 Woman's Club have the, -4 PtPt
gave a leader, presided The Character and Spiritua, I charge of [ ,
tional on the lentou season. The Community Missions Soap Powder Iona Plain Self-Rising
project is tr I Education Chairman, Mrs. H. Ai ,, program and will introduce th or +
meeting was closed with give lunch for I I DUZ 29c >
prayer a needy schoo i! Ige. pkg. -
by Mrs. Titus Olson. .. child. The Mission Study chairman ;i Lawson. will be in charge of th ie,< 1 speaker.' All members Y' tin Lb. Bag $ < .73 **
)
Junior club
invite to atteutthis I
Coffee and apple pie were'serve urged all to read the missionbook I program. are .4 Sanitary NapkinKOTEX FLOUR F L' 2S **

to the 18 members present. and pass It on as quickly as !I i meeting. box 38c >

possible that all may read it. The i Beta Sigma Phi I i The executive boa I id will holt! >
>
Circle 2 met Monday afternoon I I
members were all much in sympathy its meeting: at 3 o'clock precedingylthe ,,
Facial I C
in the lovely home of Mrs. M. B. i : SoapWoodbury) Harris
with the Hazen family over The Beta Sigma Phi soroiit I '
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regular meeting Wednesday:\ '
Herlong After a short businesssession 4 bars 26c
the death of reg.
by the chairman, Mrs. H. George Hazen. the I will hold its bimonthly meetinj,:ri I instead of Thursday, March 6 as'" -4 >
I father of Mrs.! L. 0 Hazen and! i ... 0 z. Can >
M. Richarde, the devotional was Mrs. A. E. McKinney. members of H!, Monday evening at S o'clock a t previously announced. -4 Instant Suds TUNA FISH 6 23c >

given by Mrs. I. P. subject I 4 *
Shepherd, our circle. I the home of Mrs. John Dea- 4 JOY, bottle 30c >
being "The Fruit of the Spirit I '4 '
-Gt>nUeness" Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Week Offering was $9.20 This was 1- '-4 Oceans of Suds K>

gave an interesting article on of Prayer program th e >
"Crusade I theme being "Go". Mrs. Dave I 4 TIDE, Ige. pkg. 30c *
Scholarship and mark of >
I I' 4
Dedication". Paulk had a wonderful prograrron : 4 ....a..aaaaa..asa.aaa.aa..aasu..u.u Milk Fortifier 21 oz. Jar (' K
"Go On Go Tell". The ,1
Refreshments were served by the AnnU 4 C I BAB O. 12c .
BOSCO 52c ,
Armstrong -
offering for Home Missions 4
hostess, assisted by Mrs. A. M. ...... ... k
was 1935. .
Sieg to the 14 members and one 1. Mazola ,,

visitor present.Mrs The hostesses served deliciouf': Was on the verge of going out new diamond S H is still! on .44 4 Pt Karo Red IsabelSYRUP Large OIL t
31c
r I refreshments. pt- -
The ,
next meeting ;and biting a dog to get news fot \ the fence Barbara Houpt is 4 23c
J. B. Cottrell was hostes will be with Mrs. Ada Alexander 'l 44 ,
'
the column this weekdeadline thinking about a fall wedding 4 CLOROX Pt
to circle 3 at her lovely home or. with Mrs. Moore I! Argon CornSTARCH
4
Aubrey ,
cohostess :
II was closer thatis
getting and closer and guess Lent isn't the only thing i
Kingsley Lake on :Monday after I 4 Argo moss 1 N 0*. 1'kg. 14c
1\ -
still nothing printable showed up going to slim down some of us 44 .

noon.Mrs Bailey Addresses --sure hope we have better luck gals who have put on a little 1 > 4 4 i P STARCH 7c C
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A. Z. Adkins leader pre. C With lOc) Colgate "Palmolive
I next weekwould hate to be left weight during the leisure winter 44
sided over the business I 4 C
meetingA P
Two-County PTA 4 Peet
I out again. months hear Myrtle Deaver. Hazel 4 Coupon
Pt Uncle Hens
2S oz. I'kg. ,
generous offering was given for ,
Quite a Starke delegation went Patch Adelaide Crowson! and a 4 Bleaches Disinfects F A B 20c
the building fund. Mrs. C. E The Bradfordl'nionn1 I 4 RICE 35c _
I \ over to the -
Pittsburgh SymphonyOrchestra few other Callstreeters have; goneon 4 :
Hernwall used as her devotional, I PTA Council met Tuesday. Feb. 4 4 .
concert in Gainesville a rigid two weekdiet -" theycan : With 5c Colgate !I'irrm
"Patience". Mrs. James McComt: 19. at 7:00: p m. in the Union 4 Pt'
High I Monday eveningsaw Lois Perry cope with these new spring 4 Cleans With lOc Wesson Oil olive ('..1 Coupon
Deodorizes
pave an interesting talk on "Men : School auditorium in Lake Butler 4 -
I may. Garnita Parker. Florence fashions Ducky said h'i! cooperate 4 ('oupon-WESSOX SITEK: C
For Johannesburg". with Mrs. H. W Wait. chairman. 4
I Brown. Ethel Sewell Ruth Parker, if they'd't' him their 4
Refreshments were served to the presiding. The Rev. Barn' Andrews Margaret Rose Duncan. Linda. menu in advance. .4. \ C OIL, ql. 50c SUDS 24c','

17 members and two visitors pres. Loke Butler gave the devotional I Johns. t C .
: Florence Brown Our 4
I iJr.). Beni sympathy goes to the Ha/en: ,
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ent. i North. Joan Tenl '. patsy Benton families and Mrs. A E McKmnex 4 4 :

Mr H. W. Wait reported to the Kenneth Tyus. Ted Edwards Jack\;: with the passing of their father 4 Quart \ PintBottle j E, \\ ith i lOc Snowdrift (Coupon I UJ. (c.\" or 3:{ \I.B.\ ( .\ '\

Shaller Home 'council on highlights of the P T A. Miller, Jacqueline Parker Gail 1 I I George Hazen Monday nigh' M7 IJ1'} 9 C

Scene Of regional meeting she attended in ,i i Duke. Terry Keleher Frank Lan Dr Houpt's hospital opened "n' H B0tt '
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PartyMr.
j Jacksonville. During the business drum Katherine Kelly. Joann:I j schedule. the fIrst and has three SNOWDRIFT 22 19 >

and Mrs. Robbie Shaller entertained 1 meeting presidents from the county 1 Smith Martha Landrum, Mrs. W i patients Mrs J,'e Yarghn 4 4 *> < < >

P. T. A's were named on the !i If A. Stern and Miss Louise Stern rural route. G'ville. a maternity 4 ; *
at a birthday party Saturday --- -------------- >
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evening at their home on nominating committee to presentthe seemed' good to see so many r ease Mrs. Beulah Thompson. 4 I Pt' I Prices in this ad ...rr'tithru Saturday March '* '

Eighth Street honoring Mrs. BiUTille"s officers to serve on the board young folk taking in the higher Starke. and Mrs. C R Alvare, 4 4 4 4 t I >

anniversary.The ;j for the year 195253. j farts, hear that the Methodist t Hampton, medical cases Mrs 4 Half Gallon +
4 Gallon >
Jug
home was attractive witt State Superintendent of Public Youth Choir will entertain the Vets Merle Martin R. X. in surgery and 4 4 .

arrangements of dogwood and Instruction Thomas D. Bailey I in the Lake City hospital for an I obstetrics, has joined the staff a? 4 4 4 4 C' A & P FOOD STORE >

Tallahassee. i hour Sunday afternoon. supervisor of nurseshe and 4
was guest speaker j >
azaleas for the celebration. The :
for the evening, his topic being!' Rumors circulating that severalof ]1 husband and 9 year old son are 4 4 4 Pt The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
and watch Ptt
enjoyed dancing
guests 19
ing television during the evening. "The Parent's Place in the Education our Call St. gals are planning living Hear in the McKinney apartments .44 4 4 4 7 : m ;: Entire Contents Copyrighted, 19M Pt
i on center-aisling it this Franklin
summer Ritch an
Enjoying the affair with the of His Child. j I got 44 300 East Call St.
C
there's Hilda Watson and Dot I Authur Godfrey ukelele for hi- 4 4 t
hosts and honored guest were Mr. Following adjournment of the 4 j
Johns planning on June and July j-j birthday last Saturday and is do- -4 :
Paul Mrs. meeting guests were invited tc
and Meng Ralph
Mrs.
wedding bells, and Peggy Ann I I ing right well on it already I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTVyyTTTTTTTTTfTTyTfVVfVVMTTTTT1 ,
Mrs. Donnis Epps. Bill drews. Lake Butler, gave the de-
Begue Wiggins is wearing a beautiful 1 l cute Joann Silcox celebrated hr vmvvvvnvvvvvvv.vY.von m.vn.nvv..nvvmvmvvvnnnmv.vvvvvv
Tilley, and Don Ray Tilley. licious supper was served. J








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FRIDAY. M.\nni 7.. 19)2; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA+ It1t.4, 114C.'IN
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General and Mrs. Mark W. Lance Miss Janice Hermastadt of Winter Mrs William Norris
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was in T :Mr Kr.uu--v
: of St Augustine spent the weekend I,. Park wa= the weekend guest ''Gainesville: Wednesday fur, an eye MYF Choir To Sing j I \\\ \Ia..r- I'-r. .ul.. .,.,ti,,,'.,. -and.-? ,).T..l.ii.trM | I.r..n.a... .. orr I.-" the :?\1-! ..he"f. ..

at Camp Blanding with a group of of Rev and Mrs L D flameI -. .''f hi-ckup At Vet HospitalThe I I'll... It "' .
& men who were in training. Mrs i! Mrs Martha Wood and sons and II i FVtlph Reddish and Patrolman I Y
Lance was the guest of Lt. ('01. i Mrs George Flynn were in Gainesville : Quentin Filhngim were in 'Iarianna Methodist Youth Fellowship! 1, < '
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Choir of the First Methodist
and Mrs Jame- Griffin for the. shopping Saturday. and Chattahoochee on business Chun.h ,, ..j i .1"r
i' ''':'' i i- 1.1 I -
weekend. |I Mrs Gene Long and daughter. |. Monda> of Starke has been i invited to sing I" .I', ,I '.. ,.\ l.tt"I \ ,a''.T' .tta _1 .'. ,1
NEWS .
THE and visited Mrs. Den Blac'k- Maiden Form Kra,ieres 'at the Veteran s Hospital in Lake : r 'd..l"! 1 :i- -h. ?"m.JIII1I", "
STAR BRAND dress (I Maryann. : at ( I ""! I'; i '" ,tt't.. ,
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MI.
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_dU .1.1r work shoes for men and boysat well in Riverside Hospital on Sunday Stump's.Mr. I City. Sunday afternoon. March 9. ll'i.i..!' I. iiilrum) <-.,:::1... K't: ,. ',!., ". K ".- "i".
at 2:30 This will be the second 1 and f 1"* he nuirinn ..i the ff 1''
Friends of Mr! Blackwell of I ? !ti > I- '
S--\ Stump's.Mr. : and Mrs. Glenn G. Searing j |lthr i'l i i rk of .l.f ( ',-. u, t ,- ,
:Mr. and :Mrs: Ovid Lewis and Mr and I Pass of I Ocala. former resident of Staike and j lout of town appearance of the "
and Mrs.V.. E Dowling daughters. Estella and Fran- j '
family .were home for the weekend Tallahassee spent the weekend MYF choir in recent weeks. The I
II IIwert' will regret to hear that she is ser
ces. were dinner
of the J. L.
guest
Mr. and Mrs. Rus- >
from their temporary residence in I, with :Mrs.: Pass's parl"nts.11':: and I Ii guests of iously ill. 'Andersons | choir vas invited to sing at Youth .
Saturday i
] sell Hallowell in Miami from Tues- evening.
Titusville. i jMrs. L. I). Green. j : Rally of the Gainesville District
Mr and Mrs. Merrill Edwards
Mrs.
i furnhh' day to Saturday of last week. En- I Nelma Keen visited her' NOW\
i Mrs. Arthur Clark and son' 1 Free Baby chicks, J 1111 route home they visited Vivian j had as weekend puests. Mr and mother Mrs. Grace Saunders ini'of the Methodist Church held inthe ; SERVING
Mich spend- Ihov Wf'ttnf'Mla, March 12th from Merow of Mr ; First Methodist Church of M
Boyd, of Owosso are I :. Saxton :n Pomano Beach. II Mrs H. G Tampa. (, Jacksonville on Tuesday. I MI I
ing a few days this week with Mrs. I 1:30 I.M. Otherwise the box: will Mrs. W. B. Parks had as Sunday and Mrs. R.. C. Howard and Mr Col. and Mrs. D E. Knight were Gainesville on February 16. There Mt
Clark's sister, :Mrs.: James A. Grif I IH 5c.<< Sistnmk Feed and Seed Co. guests her -on-in-law and I[ and Mrs J T Kinchen of Jackson- ir Jacksonville Tuesday are 29 young people in the choir. I i by popular demandat

fin and Lt. Col. Griffin. I Steve Simmons was in :Miami: daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Dameron I| ville. I Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Rogers and i' which is directed by Mrs. Thomas

Iteaittiful selection\ of slrinhato/ ; I from Tuesday to Friday on business -I Black and children of Jackson- Ka>ser Hosier) in new spring ,,Children of Gainesville were Sun Glenn Mitchell with Mrs L. .1.

and hags! at J...ila',. Dress Shop. shades\ at Leila's\ Dress Shop. I'iday guests of Mr: and :firs. T. F. Green as accompanist. The MYF your
ville.Mr.. and Mrs Bob Yancey of Miss Elizabeth Phillips and Mi-s Landrum. I l j Choir sings each Sunday; evening
-------- (; weekend I' Mr. and Mrs C. H. [ in the First Methodist Church of
local
{ Jacksonville were Sunday guests South of Gainesville! were Quick. Sr. Super Markets
.I of11'. and :Mrs Ned Yancey and guests of Mus Hazel Phillips. C. H. Quick. Jr., Miss Nina Bishopand I Starke. i

: family. Mr and Mrs. John Mixon and Miss Evelyn Allen were fishing I 1

bUCKY'SPECIALS : TOITEUS, white and colors, atIHla's daughter Dorothy visited Mrs. M at Cedar Keys over the week- Friendship Classi andIndependent
t
1 I Dress Shop. I E. Mixon in Gainesville Sunday.Mr. end.Mr i

i I :Mr and Mrs J. H. Ritch left and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr and Mrs. S. E Ritch o The Friendship Bible Clas.of GroceriesGUSTAFSON'S
i Gainesville were Sunday of the Presbyterian ('hurrh111 meetat
I Wednesday for a three weeks' visit I and son. Grf'of/ Tallahassee guests I
1 I Mr and Mrs Jim Retch the YV. E. Dowling home
1 wIth Mrs C. F. Sayles in Miami spent the weekend withIrs.. at State an
JUST ARRIVED) t i and \Irs.: Walton in Pompano. I Davis's parents Mr and Mrs R. J. Farm.. Church street this evening I iFn- I,
vt Mr Leila Mae Weekof day) for the monthly
I Emma Jean Canova of Gaines- Davis. Jacksonville regular met !
NEWFire King Ovenware I pent Tuesday with her ing. preceding a chicken
ville spent the weekend with Clair Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Caines. Jr. pileau: .
f sister Mrs. 'W. J. I
Epperson Sr. supper.
Jean :Mundy. I and family visited Mr. and :tiles:
1Ir!!. C. B. Strohschein of Big I
t
:Mrs James Punch Airs. Letter Jack Proctor at Jacksonville Beachon i 1
Bend. Ind. has returned home after
12 I'cSET Crews and Mrs. J M Mitchell Sunday. 'Christian ChurchWomen
spending five weeks with her I .
r !'were in Jack"om'ilelonday.! : Mrs. Del Colley and :Mrs. L. A. parents Mr. and Mrs Frank O l Meet
Mr. and Mrs. \\'. T. Jackson Davis were in Jacksonville Satur-

?_.._,a- 1: visited Mrs. Jac-kson's parents. Mr. I I day. the Peterson serious She illness was of here her mother during The Women of the Christian, I

I \ ./ 1 and Mrs Heiuhts A G Laudon. Sr. in Keystone "I I M'-s. Delbert Crews visited her On their way home Mr- Stroscheinand Chinch held their regular munthly::1 i PURE RICH ;
Sunday
on husband at his camp at Indian- children stopped to see her meeting at the parsonage Tuesday
Loaf Pan -- 15c t POLL PARROT and STAR I night Many wa discussed'
CASSEROLES 1 town Gap Pa from Thursday to sister Mrs GV Miller in Cot- > were
:1 Brand shoes for and Tuesday, Tree Han 'hicks. in which they could help out \\1; ;
boys > i furnish
1 Qt. 19c!) 11-2 Jt. 59c j : yon u
2 Qt. 5 Jc }girls at Stump's.Mr : :Miss: Kay Sakaly of Detroit. hot' Wt.ltn.IIarc'h! : )12th from i! the church building fund.I Mil I L K

and Mrs Martin Land and Mich is spt'ndingtwo weeks with, 1:30: P.M. Otherwise the box wi I, During the social hour refreshments
%r.. -- In- ."10. :Sisirtmk reed were served by the hostessMr
and
Robert and Edward i ini her sister. Mrs. K T. Shull and :Mr.Shull. : Seed Co.tondaJe.
sons were
-. Homer Swindall
'e i Tampa over the weekend visiting
l 1 Mr and Mrs. Levis Land. Mr. and Mrs: P.1.. Barefoot and Miss Evelyn Stump and Mrs. E. > 3

f- Mrs Cecil Sewell acid daugh and Mrs. Juanita Phillips and children ': L. Matthews spent Wednesday'' 'Irrk of the ('in'ml' i'..ni'nr n, ., I
ter. Pam. were in Marianna from visited Mrs. W. F. Barefoot night with the W. H. Thomson' f'. IJiaclfoid, I'IIUIII'I..-r '01. .1"
I family Thursday II h I'-ljIt of proof of |lllMhi" / ..! .. .1 t McCARTY
CUSTARD CUPS 3c PIE PLATES 25c (! Thursday to :Monday visiting MrsISewell's in Sanderson on Sunday. I in Monticello and : nutlet. the firUMi'ii-? n..II., "
I mother Mrs B. F. Pen Mis Lula Mott spent the weekend i in Tallahassee where they attend- :Iri I""a>nt-- Tourist. ., 'Ci.uit nude \\ h I i.
ed the Zeta I 1 I am engaged in hii-nn\ -- ar! 1:1:
Cake Pan 49c Measuring Cup 25c nett. in Lake Butler visiting Mis s Tau Alpha sorority .
Square -- t I'.nx' :.L':!. Stark.Flat, /.n I Ih:" ,
Utility Making Pan 45c Ljje. Util. Bake Pan 65c Dave Paulk. \\'. H. Smith an d l Vida Dekle. |, initiation. Itt .". l"o\ 7:;!. St.-irk. I'l.i ,,'m ,Ii.. ,
'' Foster Shi Smith were in Jacksonville I Itcaiitiful selection\ of spring hat, !r :Mrs. S L. Peek. Sr. had as Sun-I I Mated this, "ith 01"f. F., '" I., \. FOR Governor
\ l li If.? :it Stark. |Iredtndtr :| .11"
6 PC. Kitchen Set Consisting of :3$ Mixing Bowls on business Tuesday.Mr. and bags at I ..ila's Dress Shop. day guests Darby Peek and Mr. I Vlorid.i.

Salt Pepper and Crease Jar-Heat Proof and Mrs. Marvin Haze Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth of Hampton ;I! and Mrs. Roy Ward and children 7 t'l'' '

Jade ile 1-29 and Mr. and Mrs. Va-co Hazen andI pent Wednesday with the J. ( Jane and George of Lake City and \Cnln. : TO U'I'I-\1I:
I I I II -I- I II II I I I I children Marcia and Jimmy visited L. Andeisons. Mrs. Dewitt C. Jones and Mrs. C. I I In Clrctill ( ....r.. llrnilforil c ,,,"_t.'t..rldR *.

Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen i in Miss Mell Landrum. a studentat ;', \\' Chalker of I .- .. :h.In T.Chnnrery'n I nunt. I'l, ,nr, \ RALLY

Ocala on Sunday. U. of F.. and a classmate. Miss! i !; Mr. and Mrs.Gainesville.'r. Dell. Jr. and | an--m, T* i rr ii>ii"V., l.>..,f,*,...I.1'\ n.' i.

Friends of Mrs. A. C. Durden Jane Palmer of Jacksonville spentthe .Mrs. S. T. Dell. Sr. of Gainesville I| \ ... Tn trpenr.neefl .
will be happy to hear she is im- weekend} with Idell's parents I and Mrs .Marcus Conant and three i ii _
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BLANDING DRIVEINDedicated i proving after falling last week Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Landrum. Idell l i' children of Jacksonville were Sunday i 1 t I 3:45: P. M.
( and spraining her ankle, sufferinga I was the guest of Jane in Jackson guests of Mrs. J. E. Wilson' { ,
heart attack afterwards Nine 1 I the previous weekend. and lrs..J l M. Brownlee. !1> Television Tips 1 i
ToCommunity Mcoies Are
THEATRE Mr. and Mrs. Denver Dt'\'t'irk and i Mrs. N' B. Rosier and daughter Friends of Mrs. H. I{. Tyus will i Courthouse --- Starke
HellerSer'Iee i, family and Charles Devrick anddaught..r. Linda Rae. spent Monday in Lake' : regret to hear she is confined with t n u :

A MARTIN THEATRE Than Ever Orpha. spent Sunday at I' Butler visitins their uncle and aunt the flu. 1 ,

1 Cedar Kevs I Mr and Mrs R. S John Mr and Mr*. Paul Underhill attended -

the birthday of Carolyn j CHARLESTODAY'S 1
Box Office Opens 6:30:: P.M. Show Starts 7:20: P.M. ------------------------------------------ Crews party 1
at State Farm Tuesdavevening. 1
OPEN EYEIlNIGHT RAIN OR FAIR .
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]lflll'pronfIon hose in all I 1- : M H ,p G

Sun., Mar. 9 ONLY Wed.. Thur. Mar. 12, 13: t the new :spring shades at 1 il.lflll 1 .. r. < %

M-O-M prtunttLAN r "' I ; J St tJm )s, 1 ( 1 Md E r. R
i g'NG-CROfJY I : -
A > ai1 ( ;i Miss 'annie Graham !Sam" !, IWytheville s ..i iI DUTIES DOt 1 E 1I

TURNERKAY )$/ II : Coleen GraCtorfecflfcfcbrd/ t t, .... 1(1..UlaltA1.E! : \ ,I[ this week)) visiting. Va! spent her a sister few day Mrs :, TODAY MAKE ( I E

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L ) 1 Guy Andrews and Mr Andrews :rOMORROW fREE WHEfUKG E

MILLAND i FricesGlrli ,1 Ga Ranges 139.95 119.95 I J Mrs. J. L. Anderson Sr: Mr.1 I 1 l i fr
,: ..
L.
"I Ande ;on. Jr. Mrs }
J ih; itTurner. I
'K LIFE OF ;i FRQNK'CAPR4 ;' 1S Mr. G P. Wal.surth: ,t nil. 1't 1 E
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Miss ) A
L : Automatic Marv Ella; Turnf'r'f'I' -\1"[, I
HER OWN'TOM ; fJ.DINGHGfI i 6S.95 i ping in Gainesville Tindinoon. ,,1
: Hot Water Heaters 89.95 \ .11": \.: I''
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EWEU Also "('allt"r'sOl'rt': t ntlervaCartoon T
LOUIS CALHERN 1t Mrs Ben Rowland! f d d.mtter. i II' I It ,

BARRY ANN DVORAK SULUVANMARGARETPNILLIPS : (JasRefrigerators Kay. and Mrs F (' Holhns/ : t 1 + 1 1
!
IJ. Sen'd. 1 _
: :i iAl.u Fri., Sat. Mar. II t. 1 15 249.95 189.95 1 I worth and daughter "Plum "A ,. r 1 : 17
_JEAN_ _HAGEN_ __ 1 !Iin Jacksonville Saturday 1 1 U
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"Cock a Doodle Dog' Car- t 1
| Sgt. and Mr J B !Snnt "fJes
teHln.t 1 1 I 1
\ up. Ga were VIsitingtn.. 1
I To M I Smith's mother. Mrs: Laura Ts..n, ,, Hear Florida's
Mon., Tues. Mar 10, 11 !1It Trade i over the weekend. 1" r (1 Next Governor
Pays j 1 ) J
t SPfflCFR Mrs .T. L. Ander-o n. Sr Mrs 1 I...
lAMESTRACY I
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I Robert Turner Mrs J L .\nderon. 1 Deliver A FIGHTING Address!

STEWARTMALAYA I tL i with GAS CO. : Jacksonville; Jr and Mike Monday Anderson were in 1Z Z I 1/

S L A D E j Free Baby 'hkk.. you furnish Chas C Shepherd c ELECT

I'll. 121 t boy l :. We.lneMla. March 12th fn.m \ I 1

L t_________________________,_, 1111111111'II_ 1:30 P.M. Othen ise the box will t Guaranteed 1V
St* Him-A* an IIf' 5... Sistnmk Feed and Seed Co. | ,\ RMIO&T\ 1 DAN McCARTY Your GOVERNOR

Al-Peaohle Cobbler" Cartoon Also "Beechnut" Cartoon i' Opl William Henr ;Norton' of 1 1t
Gainesville, ; 1
recently
of Korea was
Sale J
1t. the rue-t of the E D. TenlySundav .,, 1 1 and Serirt- ''l'ud( !1',1! Vh tail! Power-. < ampaiun Mir;
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and Tuesdav \ .Ph. .j'1: Mrs Helen .1 VH h. Trea-um )II
Our Smith of \\'indhamN 1 I
Inspection Y. a (rousin of Frank Peterson. '--- -- - - - -
THEATRE .J
M I t. stopped to see him last wk ,"I', .
STARKE r p'f her: wa\ to spend a while ::11 I.ak-

/ is landMr and! Mrs Pill .,
. TIi'd; ; ?n
Dedicated To Community Service your
Steve. and Mrs Robbu. Shall-.
i Io'aMI Are Better Than Eer"SAT. r nd After Hundreds of
son. Don Ray TSIley spent Suiuiax RequestsThe
L in Ja 'ksonville! Reach w her Bill

.. MARCH 8 ONLY Tuesday. March 11 Protection! and Don Ray attended t ih. -I"'k.,
car races while the othersn .,>:*d
DOUBLE FEATURETOR ; One Day Only! the board walk.TOI''F.RS FLORIDA THEATREand

white and colors. at
LAW FIRST HUN Vila's Dress :Shop

j Mrs J. %V. Kmcaid j -irm,

I spent the weekend in Tampa Ahe re
And FREE FARMALL she w.'lnsit several frlf'n."m, "

-. .-- f I Kentucky who art'nn.I,. It 20th CENTURY
FOX
tlAIING, BLASTING Reddington Bf'al'h.

UFE STORY OFaurie I ; Mr and Mrs. C Ph'K: ''If
I INSPECTIONweek Roanoke Va. were Sundae VISI''S' !
Starr ''of :Mr. Shank's brother and -ster presents
: in-law. Mr and Mrs Jam.--
Lewis
SHE lETHAL BLONDE : ar.t ;.' 4ww to I.M%1wr.tt ,
Mr. and Mrs. George R P' \\.11 l)
-\ls.. ".SIt't'plt'jad.rton anLate.t a i of :Newton N. C. spent a ',w days

last week with MrJ H Fids

JNa S\55. x'c :Ne\\s of March 10 and Mrs family David Bathsheba
4roiwtnAQCt1 Bessie Green < spent Saturday with Miu ''Me.

musts IHIU Wed, Thur.. Fri. I Andrews.Kajser.
uwnoMI3IJ ; r Hosjerj in new springhades

March 12.: 13: 11 Get a free 13-point inspection of your i at Leila's Dress shop 3 BIG DAYS .

PtCSTCtlMMlNS-JOKNDJlIl F. D. Key visited friends .r Mai'i '-
3 Big Days : i"on i!" on Sunday

\1....) "Swiss :Miss" Cartoon and McCormick Farmall. Take the "doubt"out Mrs C C Stanton unit 1 ''la'ljC'\' Wed Thur. Fri.Mar. 12 13,1 a

Hon l Dare le\il serial .- tel' Peggof Hastl l!" pent Sun ,
2Oi of your tractor operation. Why not i day with Mrs Ada Alexander and

daughter.11s Wilma Alexander'
_i DAVIBANDITK.41oco11 i Mr and Mrs A L Alvarez and
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for date ahead Peck
phone Starring Gregory
D us a ,
Sun. Mon. Mar. !9 J. 10 PJITNSHEBAlso daughters. Lucille! and Irma and

trl * Mr and Mrs. M T Warren were
I S-STAR of time-to save your time. vi-T.tmg; in Palatka and GreenCoW"
THE: HOKOf A and Susan Hayward
It 6 6JRY PEq( Springs on Sunday
<*&HA0i&to&4f/ L SERVICE J Mrs T. M. Hutchmgs and1': ,

M.G.M'tnimiMIQSf e and Mrs R. R. Hutohmgs and

I' ___________ daughter$ Miss! Montie Ilutt'hinge ,
of Gainesville spent Sunday in
: IN BEAUTIFUL
S. FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLYPhone Trenton visiting Mr and Mrs R
!IG.- Dodson.
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.Alv "l .lJk Ke\lewM 1<<, Cartoon anLate.t 2 6 P. 0. Btt\ 509 111V.. Call St. I NOTICK Of INTK\TIO TO TECHNICOLOR

News I \ "Golden Kgfg: Goo.ie" Cartoon Starke. Florida I N'dhw HK.fJlsTK.il i :h..rfohy KimriOlsMK g't' ,nen"d I

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HOUSE WIVES z. i"Nr' Another

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hardly TI1K anything: (OOKIr) around JAK thi 4+ A&pr' !r Quantity

home is i.iore Popular that! ''f iJ I dSALE/

cookie jar. In theiuokr j.ii the


youngster for flavorsome a couple, darting snack of miuutc.v to awa*allay> nom t:,his finds hun play a l E LI GROCER & MARKET Rights


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Ret until supper-Una- A favorite Now
theme of artists who specialize in
homey scenes I is the smail boy q3+ y yf Reserved
standing; on tip-toe to reach into On Corner Call & Cherry Sts. Starke Fla.

the cookie jar high on the shelf -
Small boys are not the only one These Prices Good Fri. and Sat., Mar. 7 and 8

who like cookies, however, a- manya ifJI .. .
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hr.me-maker well knows. ; =_ .: : ::.. : .. .' : :: .... .' ' :
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of tli. I '
Because of the popularity ; Ad p I
cookie! jar and cookies, most homemakers .Y V.S"

bake frequently to keep a CAItlKKEAN HEAT WAVE : Hud' Richards port rav> C

good supply on hand. While they Calypso Joe and Jinx Hark I is hiauo: gal friend in I", all) tio. 1to

usually have two or three recipe the new ice :q.tctale "Holiday on In of li.>:?". <: tartmr T! -
on
are
also
,
of their own they ones. So, here' day. March 1:1.: at the t Gator Jowl[ 1 ill Jat'hlIIiIIe.: I liin1 l.II'>
for new
lookout for your cookie, file and Jinx ana thrillintr nt'par.; and i i t Iwirpil'Y: | rh,\ thm -1- ':.'
a recipe
warning that a baking won't last is on the torrid MdCONSERVATION:-.

long, once the family has gotten a

taste. FARMING
The ingredients: 1-2 cup of fat. 1 LBS.

cup of cane syrup, 2 beaten eggs.baking 2' Il\ George(; Hroun. ("nn,"" ationUt; I L
cups sifted flour, 3 teaspoons FOP
1-2 teaspoon salt and ,
powder of roasted, finely chopped Plans for com r\auoI tarnuu ; n "I.b, :.1,1' .I. t.t: .i .1'"I Is
1 cup s sAt I .... _. .. .
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on '
peanuts. were lecently completed t'l'I __ _'. .n .-'- ", -- _-__ :- : .if' "}l'.::"' 1:_'! i<':" '<;L' .. "'M :; __ .
add farms of j:. L. Ktlly.: Henry |I the recent board .> .0> _. __ .._ "'_ -,4. ...<, ._ ..:\- r_....' ; < -" '- . ,'..J_ 4_ j """", ;"; $.J.[;.,""-- ;,,_ ,:
Cream fat and syrup and discussed for ..-. .,.,.... .. ...... ."... ..... .. .... __ .. -y "" "
Hnion. and Sam McGarvey.: Tlie.-r | ]plans were pl.ifive : ----.7' : :-- < .. ._ ..
Sift ingredient . ._ ,, !Z'1 "" .
beaten eggs. dry and then plans provide for tht use and acres of Argentine Bu; .Ji'l "' ;I/1'( __ _.s. 1'S .. __ _. ,'; -"'-" ..,,.. ...,.',- '.2'"'>.'..-.-"",'
together add the peanuts i i
.
Stir treatment of each acre of the: the FFA Chapters farm wit
combine with\ first mixture. farm to retain and from the SCS Brook>viilc \
III a manner
batter by
until well blended; Drop I impiow its productive topsoil filI'I ,er)' It was also decided to ,,", 'u
teaspoonfuls onto : teased bakingsheet TUNA
and bake iA derate oven present and future use. Assistance I'250 pounds of Early Hairy I'uiigi! MEAT JUICE
,
f3iO degrees Fahrenheit) for in developing a conservation plan I.II I.red on hand to make ob> .: a
about 20 minutes. You'll have 'II for your farm is available through tional planting! on coopi ,1 'I
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farms. Those l'ooperator'h. a p
local Soil Dis
about 60 small but dehciou! your Conservation:
trict. interested in making a planting,
cookies. are urged to contact either ('01111 Chicken

Time To Fertilize I! Bradford Soil Conservation District ty Agent McClane. .or myself C' 3 FOR 10 C Of C
offers to the farmers of Sea
Br&d'i 5 CANS 2 5 1I
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Trees And Shrubs I I have on hand some noteal'
; ford County my as" "lance in developing for making plantings foi quail r Potted

For Spring GrowthNow conservation plans free feed. If anyone is interested, please Appetizer Small SizeOrange Chunk

of charge. It also offers Gin use! contact me as soon as possible ,
i b* the time to fertilize ornamental I Brand Grapefruit
reasonable rcntaf basis ot ( or Style
shrubs and trees for good 1011 a
This month is an excellent t 1/1111/
the < quipmfiit to seed, fertilize and I
spring and summer growth I for seeding Bahia gra>s. E 1I 1 > A __
University of Florida Argicultural mow grasses and legumes planted I..n. district cooperator m' \. __- .'. _', ...u '_ :" '. "_-: .';

Hxperlment Stations advt-ed homeowners I tor "oil, pasture or ClOp land inv Hampton, recf'lItly'ust'd t'u'> I ( .
today. l'I'O\'n'lnt The supervisors; of the I riot cultipacker to teed \'
V \Vell-rotted cow manure is good ->r ways and! m"and! to improve his pasture. Any cooperate, ,)nter I
beds. or out th'- oistfut'ii <>std thi i (iiiiiiiifinmav .
for application! U> shrubbery I carry in using '
Quantities, of program. The v'attkn1\ w told .II i 'Hum, I t M." ,r ">. .'i
When considerable) I I
applied the '>o welcome} v-iiii .ittfii'Jjin.e Mini 3etZer'dun. '
\
this material are
amount of commercial( fertilizer\ Country Smoked Pork _49 C Western Chuck 49 C

;may he reduced.A Prizefight Drama
complete fertilizer such as:

f>-7 5. is suitable for many plants. Coming To Park

applied at the rate of about five Starting SundayA . ... ..._ ._. ,, ,. .. __ ,
jxiunth, per 100 square feet If the I -- ._ ..-,-. -." it .n_....J;; .'; :;.Se' u'" .. .fl__ ...t... } *. ;:: .'"/:-' -a,, IP 5. <__-_', ." -,,.-...."''.--- :u.TC': "\it\1'_. '. -_.'_- ;.; :"'.;: ", ..$d J1. .;;:;, '

surface is bare, the fertilizer should : powerful prizefight tory .
be worked into the soil and watered "lion Jeff d.

well afterward to make it avail- i Chandler and Evelyn Keyes. bringsto
able to the plant roots. If a leaf ,.
the dramatic story
the screen
mulch is on the surface, only watering 4 :
of a rugged coal miner who is C( II- ;
is required to wa h the ferti-
his
forced into the ring against )
liyer down into the already moist 1 through 1 C
will. It is showing Sunday ; r 3

foil Mr Blarkmon recommended I I Tuesday at the Park Theatre j

Chandler, plays the role of the
composts and wellroltedleaves'
prize fighter who gets into the
for shrubs and trees, 1 pointing out
through the manipulations I
that these materials not only add boxing game
of his ambitious wife and I I tGY4Mrs.
organic matter to the soil but they
tend to conserve soil moisture and his promoter brother. Chandler h i LB. CAN
favorable knows he ia a killer, in the ring I
keep soil temperature at
who loses control when he is' f
levels.
pumelled. Anxious to get out ofl
1 Special ready-mixed fertilizersfor the racket, he saves his earnings\
azaleas and camellias have
to purchase a small business and
proven very satisfactory when applied -
settle down.
at the rate of three to five )
pounds 100 square feet of bed. When he discovers that his wife .- '. .. ..
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and brother have used his savingsto ." -. -- -.. ... '-' -- -,'
In fertilizing shrubs and trees
in lawns, the Experiment Station pay an opponent to throw an
worker advised, it is effective! in important fight he gets rid of
some cases to punch holes six them both. His redemption comes TOMATOESTender
a friend for the I PEPPER
inches" deep and two feet apart'In when fighting I BACON
the area, spread the fertilizer heavyweight title, he loses the.I Tom Mix and herild

about five pounds per 100 square bout but wins the greater victoryof I: W-.t IVrfornwrs., direct' frlllll
feet and then water thoroughlyto self control. I M. RAnt h, }11"M'8riz", will T'I
pear with Hagen-\\albu'<- Circus
wash the fertilizer down into
the holes." The producers of this film have in Starke, Thursday. March 13, !
succeeded in packing it with all II C
afternoon and
night.
When a plant is in poor condition -\ the excitement and tenseness 1- S CANS FOR 2 Cans
it be in need of of 29CNO.
more
may Louise, on FeD 2,0. Mrs: A. u I deked 38
the major or minor elements of that is associated with the fighting 1t:he former Charlotte U .*. ors S
fertilizer than it is getting or it
game. (laughter of :Mr and MrI!I- N Lb.
may be in poorly drained soil. Lack ,
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of nitrogen and root-knot are two A'agnt-r .. . .. .. u. ....n __ _. '. ... ., _,__ _._ .._. i
common causes of poor conditionof E O .II.thr! K: iy Fill \ i -. -
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plants. If a plant is generally LAKE GENEVA t OIlSIII\" lilt !1Mond. 1- i ." .. .
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unhealthy and has not been fertilized lly Blanche Cunningham i : .,. J.- .. --" ..' .. n, s" ._ .-_ ._ __ .,. '""_">-.
recently a fertilizer contain-I'' ii I II = :
i
ing nitrogen should be
C
mulch will help to reduce damageby Rt'l'ent'Islton' in the !tom> .>fMr :
C : .
root-knot nematodes! especially 1 and Mr.. Hay Forsythe'r' t I I .
around! gardenia*. I i :Mr and Mrs R. H-ward of Cumberland : ..
I Md.: Mr. Howard is a "'
Deficiencies of iron manganese.and ] -By "Shorty.- TALL ;
other minor elements O.curl I Baltimore & Ohio Railroad con-1: .
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frequently on some soils in Florida. 'I. ductor He a) visited F. ONV11 I! + S E .

When plants that have been given another. B & 0 employee here. i: = ALASKA Jj :
I i CmK' %
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adequate nitrogen, phosphoric acid, :Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. WaglIl'l'I i I n
and potash develop chlorosis, leaf quietly celebrated their fiftyfourtwrdding !' :'1 a I II :-
should be examined bya EACH
-pecimons anniversary: on February .
county agent or some other 2$.

qualified person and applicationsof I T Sgt and :Mrs Forrest Au-ttr.! I UIIIJLILVI iflV ;

these materials made if the examination of Fort Fairfield, Me amiouiutthe .
inchoates defcienrit.! I birth! of .t l.uiehter.\ Rob,-> u

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t I think 1 I

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Think of j You'll {get; a "kick"oui ""t veinjj
u- give jour car the km l olMTice

I Our service includes cither butane or Propane I Ii I dust will pleas >OIL

tanks from) gallons to 1,000 gallons. i TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLBBY Colored
i Gas in : I C

I, F n P P I'Under installation with any : Blackburns Quarters 14c Large 2 7 C

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FRIDAY MARCH 7, 1932 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
PACK F\ r No
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A 3s 1!..., is oiu of the outstanding boys ;rn'' t -tt.! .. I I1 ,i ,,1\1 __: I L:I '
B0rnBY4 ., .
Hymn
n' .'he \enth CTl: !. ,I' I pi",. es.".'- \Vi-hmstT 1'n al 1'1.11" Vav : itt', \ I I'
e : o1.:: il'ties ': 1. silt been named ,
e l i-nip i Phillip and Phyllis back aQui'
) CLINT ..s{ tt: .. .
BONNER t 'n Alvarez. a former pupil :Needle \' \
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)- L f i' HanptSchool, was in'': : : : '. .' 1' .
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: I U-t+ SundaWhile rat'. I l': .. -\ ,I" .h.t' u .

""j"t'd, a hort time with M"- Mt 1 ui t Mi-I .I II"1.: .: 1' .l!:' 1' ]h

r<'kIllS! Alton was a good pup,' Mioliiiiiv! A ere SundaS" H' ,

Baptist Church I Methodist ChurchThe What A Friend We Have In Jesus I iid we aie sorr\-' that he nox.t! Mai-shall: and. Mrs. D B Tho"' :-.i- .t'I': I r itt'i"' ,

away. Miss ,
: Art :> T' 1p.. i:' :ft "t' '
Loyalty month is being observedat First Methodist Church of i The Red C'Ios.: Drive is underway 'he[ weekend \, he .\ X W'I ,! IPh','

the First Baptist Church of Starke cordially invites you to attend A carpenter and the Lord write a hymn together in our school community and 'M BlanchardMr .. '. .. h-s .r .

Starke during March with an ('n- services of worship on Sunday as usual the people and Mrs C. '
March 9. Church School begins Grief fell over the town of Lake Rice, CiniJa. worked at simple! labor but refused employment from are responding L bv .u," : It.( "
deavour to bring every resident in a wonderful manner. Practically !>nn Richard of Westt ,. ..I.1.I I, .
at 9:4": every Sunday morn On. of the commuait>*, most beloved citizens, was those who were able! to pay. Most of his time was i : tt. Miiid h t.I t.
rnembei to church services during : everyone has Mrs J ,
D Hall I v li'!
ing. Morning church service begins dud Some believed\ h''+ dcatn w n accidental But spent sawing wood and doing patch carpentry for; given gen ,I' amt ughtt'! ,
month. Rev. Haines' message \ ; .
the eiously to this worthy cause. !Chiron: of lack-onville MiMis lit! .
oclock. A for the people--those who knew him best-wondered widows and the ink. | .1""
be the at 11 nursery poor .. .
will Lamar
.
morning J
this Sunday ; Brown has some very! Carl Roberts and Mi ., d 1\ T. .
b.M small children is provided duringthe if their friend had taken hu life': One day when he was ill an attending neighbor fine ti!
second in a series and will I pigs in a lot near Mrs] A P '
our school i' Crosby of Starke '.\ ''PI' .. ,
found a in hit room. Questioned as to the ,
This Scriven born in Dublin in 1810. Us poem
The adult Sunday morning service. Joseph was He ,
"Loyalty to Church. educated the Emerald Isle and graduated authorship Scriven replied "The Lord and 1 wrote it surely must know how to care dinner guests oi Mi and l Mr I 'IH M art '
be Membership Sunday was on
choir willing directed by Mrs.lMona Sunday will for them for Flitch ., ,
between us they are as Satiiidav Y'
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Don H froze Trin::, College. He was a youth of high ideals pretty evtiunt .
'anova with Miss Julia Lawson and Layman's Day. sal a beautiful lass bad set the day when the would It was October 10, 1886, and Joseph Scriven was as a pictureThen j'late marked the Futch > .: .. ;.1

at the organ. j Parker will be the guest soloist hare his high hopes. Then tragedy It r1i4 k. The dead. Like hit sweetheart of years ago, hit body'was I w t72::! pupils and all o"> 'i\h wedding anin\<' 1"\ t. ,
HapprlHour at the Sunday rooming service.. I IThe day before the wedding the body of the young Irish pulled from a pool of water. Whether) ) )he died : the teaches, jn "
Slnday'elling at the a I Iehgloll'.ert' '. Nit: -
: Sundav Match ,
Senior and Intermediate': man's bride-to-be was pulled from a pool of water of his own design didn't really matter liar neighbors I Sundav : .
Haines will bring' '][ kelAlahari
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: .aynan'
Dav at the
M.
will I where the had accidentally drowned. built a monument to his memorv. Not because he I thojsthurch ]
the second in a series of messages Methodist Youth Fellowships Scriven never ocrcame the shock. At twenty- had written a famous hymn but because he had devoted .' .111<1 t tl i-' 11I01 I1l1lg -.M-: twill : \,. .' ,
entitled "I- ee". This message meet at 6 p.m his life to the he 1 i".I.' 1 b,,'
five he migrated to Canada in the hope of forgetting. poor. t ondiit ted bMi ( o :
follows 1 1.1-1 l Sunday's message Sunday ..evening at 7-30: Hev. T.IG. 1 But be never forgot. For forty yean th. melancholy The hymn Semen said he and ', e lord wrote :on Join-nn:t of (Game; \ iHe 'T .Ii I i I.n a.\

"Caught". The Youth Choir :Mitcheil: will preach a sermonon man associated himself only with the poor He together was 1 LAWTEY :;;nibiic, I i- inv.t: ,.d t .itti nd .1,1: II: I ,._ 0I'.1t :,

directed by .MIM .Uise Lawson "Judas", the second in a series I mi.mber? ,' tii, ihiinh ', other'
U"ij fried hate in ] Cat we find a fri-aJ it faithful u.I :,1 : ,
a ue nuttAil J..
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Will and) the pianoorganduewill of dealing with the "Per-1 Part h 1 t I be \\"f'" suIt!
sermons '
sing our tint and grieft ti bur Wi still all our lorrout share? 1 i present! t I. heat thi; .,M.pi i .. ..
I lead the of hymns and sonalitic-s of the Passion. You ikel I --
singing ( What a prntlege to carry Jews tnous our retry ueakneti, AAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA4 A : ,
gospel ihoru-es requested by the are cordially invited to attend! EterytbiMf to God in prayer Take it to the Lord i. prayer.

congregation. I this evening service and join in | The two-weeks I Mvival meet rig \\L

the gospel song service that will O ubat place ui often forfeit Are He ueak and b.ly-I"J. at Faith Baptist' Church clos..('
Sunday School meets at : O ubiit ntedleit pain ua bear, Cambered uttb a load of care? 1 li i'st Friday LONG
night This
to the sermon. BRANCH
with Orie'Iggins Associate 9:15\\ be conducted prior All became ue do not carry Precious Sailor, stilt our refuge, w t- meeting
will be furnished by ijiiite a :siiufs. in that
intendent in charge of the Special music Eierytbing to God in pratr. Take it to the Lord in prater. the
attendance Its. Mrs: .1 I I..
teas: good StricklandTavl
the Youth Choir.Hampton even If the
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and the staff of SO teachers antioffic..rs.
Training Unions under Hue ue tru'.t and temptjtiont* Do thy frienJs J.tpitf. fortikt, tbtf? weather was a bit unfavorable at'
It there trouble anyubtre'W TII/u.t to tht l <>"t in pufrIn times New inteiest was
! the direction of J. T. Lawson Baptist tboutj nn r f>i' ditCQU'antii, Hu arm, II,''11! take
gather at 6:15: with unions for each 1 Church News fake it to the Lord in prater. Thou it sit 'find A I'.'.1. t u''e. i .i yr ie added to tin two' new name 111>M 11111'1'I' .111,1,the I Mis I! i lutun" ( '.11"1, n!.
meinbeishij ,
age group for training in church maiiiage ot the;
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membership.An I I t t' t'.r! Tav
A cordial invitation is extender! ,/ .-/i.,. --....- I" -- I Mi and M s L \\" WiMnre) !! of In; ot I Liwuv oil! f J.'. l b 7 ieraltlm.:
invitation is extended tc to everyone to attend the servicee :. ; -:: :: ( 'lILt lido. and Pembeiton. X. J :i- 1., eais ol
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local resident and out of town of OUr ihuich Services this Sunday I "f:1'C -Ji- :' i'fi i'id Mis :N \ViLshirc of Long lf! We wish t'lt /

visitor alike to attend these and will begin at 10 a.m. when -.- ,' :=: / z...-- bland X Y. were guests of Mr ; and! happy niiii'id roan: Ilk iiupl'1loni Ol.tDon't .;

all services at the First Baptist of,the Bible School meets under the -\fi\l M4 ,. ... ind MiJ. \\. S. hulz Thui-sdav Mi ;and

Starke. capable leadership of Don Hill ..,; '.. __ -.-- t?. .4,>l--..... mil, Friday (.t f last week t Gruii;, C..tu Mrs W.ltn Moody! II'
Superintendent and it is hop.'d! M Il Louis H Hill ot Spiin! .s and then
Lakclam'spent \ ''
PIIIU' st dHlghtt'I
At The Tabernacle that we shall reach our goal of 1\1. ,. ... .,.. \... r the Wtek'nd at ,' i'ailing. i
Ch nnstian ChurchBlhle .u. | I' I S' "I' I Ui.1'dat' ,11111 11% her homfi old t tticnds, at off
'' Cay Hill
__ ... Sunday i Suii.la': : put
Last lit-11 .
150 in attendance. : .. ,
? Mi, |1' I h. I "II riula\' Ml-. \. isivcil: / Mr
Moo-iy If
he
Those who have heard the Love the record was 136 present Our HAMPTON { Mis G. \\'. wasn '
School begin i !I"> > l'iik.-i/ : In 1'ijjit' ;: ua lovely album Rube i'is tt.i i- i 1" t in tni- part ot the ,
ladys will be delighted to know Bible school is equipped to sei\e vis-itoi to Deland country buyingAutolno1iI2InsurAnce
Sunday and I oi leundwliuh have Friday He
every "\ < 1 i\ hlll".1 i we njuyd evening rlpllt'd he the
Was.
that few have been including infants j Ity Mrs ll, ( Sweeneylfampton II of last iOiliiiivlia
a more nights every age group week
home should be present Thert'arl' vet Y much She has done so mankind > returning home oi n.inye'l;: so much since he ,
added to their stay at the Gospel for whom nursery care is provided.t 1 I Saturday. wa
classes for all ages- Bring- the things for us that we are i here working about I 2i>

Tab'>rllac!.' They will arrive Morning worship service at 11 a.m. : whole family. Morning woi hij- lends: In aid wit1': always glad to see her when she Mrs Ruth Bait low and grandson But friends arc. the am.yea; frunil-ag!

Tuesday and remain through Sun- I with the pastor bringing the message '! at 11, Lord's Supper served at deep regret of tin ut-atli "f Pfc comes. Arthur Bartlow. and Mrs | they did not thaiifji i- ilii t iouutivihangid ) E. Johns
I Charley
11:15 Pete Robert 19 son of Mi and Elbert Green and children !
: Morning 11:30.: Diane !
message Miss Swanbom these ,
day.Iar'h; 16. Their comingis I! was sick Tuesdayof .t in t' I liw people ht': ,
I We are very grateful to the ; Evening services Mrs Arlys H Unbelts ,"t Lak and Jacky all of Middleburg- .uhn '. .
begin at 6:301: I last week and Mis. Hazel wen i w "ren't it'1 I ;\ 'hen ;n 11' \I..ft. We Agency
being eagerly anticipated.The I Lord for the splendid Training'!I'I'I with Christian Endeavor, all youth City. Pfc. Roberts was killed) inaction Thomas acted as substitute teacher visiting AIrs Barthlow's sisters, '; ,ill! t'IJjIl\'t'd) | 'h.) '1. ,, '
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Communion service was observed made last I M""--. Wells I' i ? they Phone 13 STAKKK. FLA.
I Union record that was I I urged to be present. Evangelistic October 7, 1951 after an enlistment She did a grand job drilling the and Mis A. H. Barley were with us

at the Sunday morning| Sunday epningwht'n we had 105 j service begin at 7:30: p.m. The in the service of eight children I Sunday afternoon. .
I on Littli .
multiplication and
I : Chi'stiM., lotii--. den.. .... ",.
hour and present. Every class had more public is invited to all services months Funeral 't'I'\'k.- were social Paul M Moore of Jacksonvilli .....
an appreciate message studies The .
I children liked 1 I'r i ui i C'ul'It: '! t
than its enrolled membership in''l Prayer meeting each Wednesday I'I held on Sunday afternoon In Lake I I her I visited his father, J. H Moot,- 1,1"1"I" I i t tA '.. ..
delivered i as a teacher very nruc'h. \ l I" 'in I ."
I attendance Under the fine direction I night at 7:30.i : '1: City with full military rites conducted I[ and other relatives in Liwt.Situ iIII '" ....
Beautiful music was the keys Mrs. Sullivan took sick lean'last ( ;1" l ,. ,
of Otto Hicks Sr., our Training i 1I0n1l' Svvindall Minister at the graveside in Memorial day. Representing THE TRAVELERS Hartford

note of the Sunday evening herv Union has grown to become Cemeteiy The U >bertf Friday and Mrs. Betty May j Mrs. W H Edwards 'Pt>nt frill t S. ? _. I

ice. This was furnished by seveif* lone of the largest in this area. I, family had resided both here and substituted for her. The third j Friday to Sunday with relatiM' - -- --' .. .- "
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'0 and fourth grades were as i .' .. u .. : : .;:.:: : "
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Jacksonville -
talented visitors from New York I If you enjoy studying directly from i iI i St. Edward's Catholic in Ther 'ssa during Camp Bland- as gold all i in -- -
jthe Bible as a method of training: ing and "Pete' attended Hampton : day and enjoyed beingin James
and ;Michigan The spiritual I 1 Rev Richard Lyons, pastor. the room with her. She Wainwright of Iijlll'spent
for church membership, then you School for several years. gave I the weekend FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke
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message waiiioupht by C. E.Gremmel.s I will (enjoy our classes. The adults Sunday' Mass at 9:15: a. m. ;Mr. and Mis Raleigh Brannen them an extra play period at the ents. Mr. and Mis with his !pat ,
i \\ {t'klass( at 8: a. m. I I nllllll hour. T. L. Wainwright
of :\1'Jersf'Y and are currently engaged in a most )II attended the funeral of Mrs. .
: Confessions 7.30 I ------ --- -- -- - - - -
Saturday : to !
}'ark-oC he-I'alms. I fascinating study of Bible Prophecy 8:30 PM:: Brannen's aunt in Sanford last Marshall Matchett and Earl I Mr and Mrs. I. W Schuizi I Hev. Lewis I D. Haines, Pastor-----)
the Iall'hl.tt'isltt d our school
which will include as Friday yard
Childiens Catechism ClassesWednesday. [ last were attending to business in Day : Jefferson & Court) Street" < In The I Heart Of Town
objective of the course a studyof Mr. and Mrs one day week They donated
Church of God 4:00: !\ P.M.Presbyterian Holland J3roy'n I i tona Monday and Tuesday of tin \ I'HONKS
Office
I every prophecy given in the have been visiting his parents, Mr I I 03 some bricks and thus made itI week. : :2:I I Pastorium 130:
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6th & St. Clair Sts. Word.Special. I and Mrs R. L Brown. Holland I possible for us to finish our flowerbeds
School If ChurchI II around the azaleas. We i I Mr and Mrs Roy Reddish "orninl> tier ice -- Loyalty To Church
Sunday a m. I music will be provided is home on a 30-day leave after I oft I
: Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. I School at 9:13I : really appreciate tneir kind'ie-. I Webster were Sunday guests-
by the choir in the night service : ;serving 18 months in Korea at F ofj I Evening SeSI n'if c Frt

Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p it. at 7.30: when the pastor will bring I Fnend-sJnp Class 10 a.m. the termination of his leave hr I The seventh and eighth grad his parents. Mi. and Mrs. V. R | ,
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Y. P E Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m a message on relationship ofl I! 11 a in Morning service conducted will report for duty in Iowa. boys had a grand time arranging '

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. feelings"" to Salvation. You haw! by RI'L.. A Shepherd of Ruth Perry entertained a number the bricks and adding a thick I I Mallie Pnvatt of ..lack.smivillr\ i ( NI.1YtilItMONtiSunlat : -- I I1OU I : ( \.M.' 70: :! I'.M.
I j School !) : I IR; Training I li-l"l :. I' M.
State Farm. !' attending to nions : .
of mulch leaves business Law
of
a special invitation to be present j her school friends on Friday around the rooUof I'a in
h ('I1I'ItCIl or .IK.MTS. CHRIST \ at all services Sunday; just look ]:', Youth Fellowship Sunday evening afternoon in celebration of her the plants: Wesley Godwin was I' toy Monday. Mil).\\KKKSKU\K 'i : ',\ \EJ\ESJ\L: : ; ; : :: IMI.

I or 1.\TIt:" DAY SAINTS for the brightest place in town'! ]:I at 7 p mi I, 12th birthday anniveisaiv'. selected as foreman of the workgroup Mr and Mis Chailes Shut,Id'!' '

Masonic Temple Call Street. I i i Friends of Miss Martha HOrne and showed unusual abilityin 'I are quite happy over the ;arnt.t', : MSITTIIhCHlKC'II; II THE MSITIM: PVSTOK
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Sunday School every Sunday, OFFICE; M'lTUK I'Church, of Christ will be interested to hear of her I arranging- the bricks: .ynm.'t- of twin grand children in "!.., .. .. .. --- --- -. ---- :<-i ---:-3. _:_ ::-_- _:;
morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services 01' ALL KINDS recent
initiation into -- -
Kappa -
Corner 10 6:30: p m A cordial invitation H I AT National honorary MHietv'. bliss \

is extended to all. i I '\IU'Olm ('(). TtLt: :( I;.\l'11 Bible School-10 A. M I Home majored in Edu<'ati<>n. a-u1\ CENTERPOISE LARGEST WIDEST

Preaching A. M and 7:30 II her scholastic achit'H"I'nt: ha i POWER BRAKES COLOR CHOICE

P M. been most Vibration and power Big 11-inch brake 26 rich new colors ,md
noteworthy She vil"graduate
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Prayer Meeting and Bible Study I impulses arc reened drums apply more two.tone comhin.itiops
each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. in June from the I' of F out" is leverage for more widest choke in
as engine
"Facts and Feelings'9will Everyone welcome. Mrs L. R Lambert and small I I centered and rubbersWppmg power. Stops Chevrolets field :N.w Only I the New Chevrolet I

I daughter. Cathy, left Monday eushionedhetweennew arc smoother, safer, De Luke: interiors :aichighside

: mnimng for( their home in Silver mountings.. With less effort. color-matched.
lI.nU'lO(1ml"'ll. \
i be the putm"sermoll topic (1It'I ('1I !! Springs. AM after an overnight

Sunday rite at 7:30) P.M.FIRSTBAPTISTCHURCH I visit with the C. L. May family WIDEST

Bible School is held each Sunday j I They had spent a week in Pei'nnr BODY UNITIZEDKNEEACTION RIDE TREAD brings these fine f features

at 10 a.m. with E. S Sibleyas with Mrs Lambert's parents. BY FISHER

I superintendent. Morning Wor- !! Mrs Thomas Wadsworth and Fisher Body sets the Chevrolet's I famous Chevrolet measures

-lup at 11 clock with the pastor Mr. France. Bowers and two son I standard-for styling Knee-Action ride is 58'/4 inches between wheels

Hampton I Coy John G. Childress, bringingi ,I I II of Bunnell, spent several day i for comfort craftsmanship! Fisher ,Un for ismoother.now even. New softer shock -centers a broader of rear base ton field I !I IyY

i hi message Young Peoples last week with Mr. and Mis. G. P. steel construction is absorbers give even <_ : \ t I' 'ret sta- t Ole low-price I

BOB (;IL\Y, Pastor TI aliang Union begins at 630: Wadsvvoi extra strong. finer ride control. ?."J' h_- !

p m preceding the evening serve Mr and Mrs R. C. Gray and I

Bible School 10 .\.M. RT.t. 6:30:: l\M. ne at 7-30: o'clocklid.Wet'k their baby daughter. Valerie ant'

1'1 a V"r Meeting every Wednesday : Diana Hardy spent Friday nighti Lowest priced in its field!

D' "it 7 30 p.m. i and Saturday in Tampa. Valerit
j This .....utif... new Style!,". D.
remained for a wt't'k's'iit wit'r run 2 Door Sedan Ike ma-t
'1 l l Fl: tEs\.1 ;i her grandparents Chevrolet models t>iH 'or l le u
Sensational New HYPERCIN than any comparable ode'' >> 't
( IIHbn.(1ln;('ilKM I Mr ..
and Mrs 0 V. Gay of Iiu feld. .Ca-' -)' -)" reg j f

1: rv Thursday evening at 7 nelson and Elmer (jay of Orlandi do"o o"If xa

Stops Acid Pain of Diagnosed .. .i i the young people meet at the :recently were- guest of the JV .

I u'! i for their part of the pro. j Hnt'n.' family T'i' (Jays. auom ,

At 7:30 rn' there is the panted b\ .I.unes Ho< ue, spent th

STOMACH ULCERS: l' I'l1' i '. ', The Loid'-' I.Wiekt-iid in Jdiksnnville visitinI "

I Mr and Wiflnn '
I r > .1: .It :. p m ever \ MI- \\ ''- N

: I : ill! the Ask Your Doctor about the BENEFITS of I.iuile Hal! .1111 I :Mrs D H < f
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!od ", i i.' \I"lting- 1"l'Ic'lId tin t-
Swind.til\ 111ni.tt! :
a HYPERCINNo
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1.'I.I' l\t'- (ifoigia Sun t.I + tMiry = : 4 .
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Safe Pain Relief 1'KXTECOSTAL h(OLINESS(11tlWit :" Kt I'heriiieVails., .\ u -
Faster-Working -
''I.i'liesville \\'a" the \v\ee'Ki''i -. + i I .,,K .I.I1
Known. Also for Acid Indigestion, / '
Sunday School 10 a ".'. o* h'-r :inditi the! :Mi!: .-' ./ -
Gas, After-Eating Distress. I i .
//"lin. ('III\II'\!
rw Morning Service 11 G ir '

E.u'h new Hvpercm Tablet Stops Fveniiit Service 7:30; :: p m. M1 and Mi J.ini.-s is} :.1st' ..

T a Pain : .4s-lit 1 cuplul uf Stomach Pray"rf.'t'! mil's \\',-.,lno"d.- \ 'and: ....Jlor Orl.mdo! aiii,! M1 I : alIi; !

ACId> Duiing 4 houts. Hvpercmpntfe lIght' 7; 4"p in. Sanirila\ nigh I 1! Mrs G. E McIntosh 01 i C'oco

rs Acid-Irritated stomach 7:4-1: : pm. i were Sunday visitors here.

walls Puts firm control on acid If (;orstr.t. PastoiHEILBRONN i .".niooL NF:\\'s 4-WAY EN GIN:; CAST I IRON SAFETY PLATE GLASS No other car in Chevrolet's field offers you a singletUBRICAiION ; /

pain ot Diagnosed Stomach Ulcers. AllOY PISTONS ALL AROUND find of them in
Some of the third and fourth one of these features. Yet you'll many
The instant New IIpen in reach the it notl u hrgmt! to adsorb> !lirade Chevrolet's! exclusive The same material as Chevrolet alone in its
exins hydrochloric and It.- III mfl "ii ,t m.. h lining glue' ': pupils vvepe reading in the engine lubricating sys- the cylinder block pisfield gives you safety America's most costly cars. Here's proof that you'r'>
nature a greater opportunity to soot) < Ito hi'.>', P.un.im laboratory last week This was anew tem supplies exactly tons expand and conplate glass in windshield
almost ntly nervous tensest dts.tppeurs.ke -- ." 'U Vtlll' value ahead with Chevrolet again in 1952 the
Nut ins mst. fly :Marian Norman experience,> tor then Som the right kind and tract at same rate. This :

I ''t them read so well that they amount of lubrication reduces wear, lowers d, ., tearer. line in ifs field! Come in and I look it over
f 7-DAY Home Test ... _. __ view., fowesf-pn'ced
Ma This ::mediately! pa,:".-.i i on t .\ higher beach moving port. oil consumpuon. ; h -
I BE SATISFIED with HTPERCIN/ or I ;-, i '1'1.11! H, ," .<.' ':' .1 i >: it tli, lt\el in readme
MUST
YOU Th.tvpe: of MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR
\ the monufoclurer will poy you money bock ..' h Rip'- t '' .' h wax net I 1 reading is a lot 'If fun for ....acj't !

( ; '!'t\ .!Midva. tint! ltr. I1d'd b\: hild reads at the level that i, POWERGLIDEAUTOMATIC MOST POWERFUL

AFTER-EATING PAINS GAS HEARTBURN, t : :< from 'i:anotie! < hun'b," suited; to his o'' her ability buregardless VALVE-IN-HEAD .

SOURNESS, MAY FADE AWAY AFTER VERY immunitie- The Bradford of the level at whirr TRANSMISSION ENGINE

FIRST HYPERCIN TRIAL. Site ins Convention aRC 1 the child is reading the tnatena'' Simpler with fewer Teamed with Power- s e -rII'} /7 r:: /J

_'IS I '1/1..1'< countei!? is interesting and refreshing parts to wear.Smoother g'ide is the most pow y Ill/} c/t. / n'Jt1! (;aU
V
S \"Bred: K ill: Jay sing. A'i 't \\'P have -no complicated intermediate erfulaheinhead engine
r. our tE'gulariSIIs b !
:> SO LOW
: .\ bountifu, dinner was sproa: : gears: Optional in its field and an PRICED

IlyperolilL.j.jT r:,! .til: were invited to partake Mr and Mrs Jimmie Simmons on De Luis' J//Htandtnl. pafurnurmoJeb "'""
r i d' C\1-o1 n'it. /I. 1m. ;11' d'
) M'' and Mrs G. W. McNeil o f Mrs F W Johnson and "I.I 1

.I.., K-onville were in t),'<1 ?OT" .1-" > of Waldo were Thur Ii.l .
.te ,_, __ "
:unity Saturday afternoon guests cf Mr and M I: -

.\ Mr and M'B J Eggers: an.4 Anc"l Norman

:.tmily! 'J., n-"ville\ were \i 1.t1 :Mr and M fr.; B M M- Rat TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

,:-1 g; re *-i .. \ ..: the Wtnd "-"'K P.II- {r\p! '.\t'-,rS'.'. lav gii.--t ,.
KOCH DRUG STOREPhone
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Mr MB! Ny t ldlU'jhiri \. I" I d. 'f" .". r: :.- .* week; 1 r PHONE 111 STARKE FLA. CALL & COURT STREETSr

53 Starke. Fla. : in S a\annatl. Ga. \\eiwetk '. Mr S L WHO: ar..iTonlh'1 "

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
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__. --- to Mr Roberts and the band that I, i.1 g1 :.. : iI \otlrr To ,'pper. .
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we art! proud to call out own. .' < : .
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I Did you ki'ow that the follow: j. .. .. .. -
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BUS Band members: are pLii i!. ; -4 I '
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OF I in Symphony Orchestras Ja< k J "T i !'J\ ,. \ ; ; I',,1" I .. .j

Miller" clarinetist" and violinist i i- 'b"i : -\0 .- !


BltnFOHnCTY a member of the University Orchestra(n r :" --J1.; ,)!: ... / > j 'fI ;_ i$8i f J "S! ,, I \I


Honda byrnpliony '" "n ;; 1 .,

Patsy K cera. oboist; IJoydpticussion Giid.-' \ 'i l. PJ i h ,, 1 \ t

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Unlit ChasiAin l'arker -.; I.Homecoming \ '
Uj : section, and Earl N< ,r"'''' \ t ftW ,
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man. trombonist. all play with | V,. f .
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!Junior Symphony of Jacksoi:\'illI ...... ,
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Speakuis: i"I t mini' you speaK i in I It looks! like thee young muM> >.i.,, I' 5' :- I" ;',.. it. f "

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words 'word are wonderlu! 1 are going places. ,- ... .f .. ;\ < .; '

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enough but music goes beyond I -- ... ., .- } .. ,'I'I '

Carol Ann Pickett 12 ye...' ( k"! 4 I.t .. :
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words which are inadequaie. some b'1 ; f ( ; :
se\enjth grader of BUS is t'n J-.. ; s\
time. lo expiess the thoughts t:'a*
proud possessor of a new ladi
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"inside" of Do "
on you. you .
go b<'cause :he i it. a talented :yoan .t NOI III i ii \1'1'1 I \U
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think that may be one reason GOtgave musician and because she used her J't."' In i In'nit < mil I Hi "'i 1 'iril i ,"

music Itirida : In I h in. il
us talents. At the Tampa Fat: i I.> \I-I 1 i I II II
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she entered the "Stai' S.'an I \I I I' i
"'Everybody Sing" and Strike cently Heilbronn i I of Mr. anil t.Ir%. .1. I.. :--I'IIIC'I'of
f'iew"and via lecognz J fur II | lleilliroiui.a the I 'I.''I'f' '1'.. \1"\0
Band" the o'rder of taught It\
Up the are her charm and muical abihtv -I 1 I'' "
I camera ( lnlo\\' ) a* lie paused .
the life of Bradford I
the day in
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; with the reward of a rad.o Carol. I' \ .1 l

County. I Ann. may our star be pitched tc In-tltliIIUIiS come ant go but I chIcken pilau III evident to (t.e.l! for a gulp of iifil tea ln-tue pi....sent ,i'! *' "'U.\ i .i1t: ,liming tin j I Pt'I.{ ; neaibv ut.-: I ..\ !mOil.! stilt f"' .'

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-- your wagon: jl the good old-fashioned annual! : "everyone( there and plenty t hues of thicken pilau. I day foi! the .ll-.l liv :sing and timnej [j Bio\Mi pitsiilent t of i this popular. .I I'\g.11:'1 11"MI :V, I II ItIr. I" .

Speaking of the Band at BlIp:: -- pare' Even a hungry newspaperman (itt the roUlHI-::. During the attet! oiganization and Mrs. A I.). Crosbv 'I d I t.. ., \
church will
homecoming probablygo ,
Mr Roberts tells me that they The Biooker 7th. Stli and Pth I who happened along tc ..., i !HIM n l'u''" visiting thiong r.adlt't! iauompanist: She really g.i. *"1\ '1'fi! ir I II Irh p. in \.

have lolled up their sleeves tun 'd grade classes with Mr. Taiker ar.d .1 on forever take pictures and note* ot thc .. .... it pi'ak. with the church hll II*.' a workout Sunday. but enjoycevety I t 'iiui- I ,

up their ears, and are putting Jie Mrs )Mdtcalum enjoyed an edu- At least. that's the way it seems homecoming. left after dinner more ovi I itlowmg. ,mil ipn\il* standing minute of It. says she si ,III-U .til.l ..I I.- I III

"B" on to bring back an "A" rat cational pilgrimage to thc Stepntn judging by the highly successful loaded down with pilau tharnews. 'I .11 "lInolllIlslol,' to huatthe musical I The Heilbronn Homecoming :san < '

I gathering witnessed at the Heilbronn I ,tl\ f V-.
the Band March
ing from Festival annual event marking the atuiiersaiy
Foster memorial lat Ftid y. I I piogiam, I '. u: ,t-,
22 in Jacksonville Our hats off This Springs Baptist Church lat 1 -I \' of the first use ot th 1 d.. !1 .1-
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I trip was outcome astudy Rev. S. L. Watson the enthusiastic IaIii1I I The Btadtord-l'moii Singingi I Thin, I
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these classes made about ] I present church building wind, ..n.'>' ...i, ', \v
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I pastor of this flourishing; / ''II\'I'lIt\lln\ held! sway during most
tan readily be seen from was completed four years ago \I .-.ks !ut "I ",
Stephen Foster and his: folk Songs I "
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W.C.T.U. -- above photogiaphs. there was nc little church etimates that between I ;;; I lit'the day. with guest binger-. I The church now has a nienibi shi1of gr l I'mhl ( .1 ,it.. -I 01 I .v V I

Speaking of Binoker :Mr Hazel lack of good food with enough 750 and 1000! > persons werepioltecr I coming tinm. Jacksonville and around 3iH. t.) -'FI.'I VI 1. :-01'! \ I' V I Ii
I.TIII ( S M.\\" BE 1'KF, :I ., I i.-I l..M I ls -1 ulu'!I ,'I' -
Hanell and her first grad class i 4 (ff l'M I.I' II. .II.. .r II.. ",
SKJttF.I) IS ALCOHOL, nUT ( j ) ,
turned out a "musical' called "TheKings i: wet e In costume made by Ine (' music of the day. -: I i\'.' C.I -I t -lid i I < 51 1tt.I I Ill t'l.I <.tit
LASI) ORDKU: AUK SOT 1111-1'| 1 PoliticalAnnouncements .1't .-t I I''lu., "utit\ Jllilu ..I t Hi: .nlnd .
OX THE LIST. I Valentine' on ftc appiopnate -I dren themselves! The stage vas -- ; 'I ""111F."I'I'I.. .I !Hi "" i ''Ull 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

day Thi piesenUtio, was f also decorated with crt'ali.'l. i ideas The BUS Glee Club and the BII? 'I,1 I :sink.:I "Florid. .i uithinphi
n.omn.iOO!) XE\\S. i-.01.1 ,1.11' month- ti ,m: Ihdit.) The Watch with
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performed for the entire srhuiI l j of and by the r)1ildr"'n.'t' hope Male Chorus are busily planning tc.participate ih. (. 'I iMil.lua'i Iii ..I tin II"

and the paient.s The >. : 14)11 '.iiriiirr: it, I':a I Ii < I.inn 01 .10111..11.1! i "II-t ,. 4 4
in the Vocal Festival! ,. ,' ..... ... 1\.1.\ I .lllil"UU..II\, ,'alllli.I" Vt III tt 111 I : nK :md tit ii'-I '-I! .it.. I II' thof .
next musical that they : .,. ; .. idt. .. .. md "' ..1'11.I the heart that 4
pi-sent ( If IllS I 11 n 1 p." '
tee ------- -------- aeeeeeeee----------____ of 1 :' t I. I"11 I.' tlit- \ """*" at the University Florida :.n t t" "'I l IoJ' of t.. I h.- 1"'m"all" Iuir.-- of tin < I.inn,.mt .nui\ inii-t' 4
i March 29. The standards of these I I' !I'.I"' '. UI :\1.1f.tllllfulI\ I.iIt t.. *\\.n In Ii\. I thi 1;inn.ml )h, ,k I .4
Do have liability insurance? If you enter "A" Building at the ..thiu. u 1)1) I I'.
you i i' ti.r ,11'har d tituat L. ut.! "I .lit "lit v .t "
'Bradford School Staike I festivals are high and we are i really FFA NEWS I I' ..f h. ..ffl.. t.. 1 h.' I...'1 ..f ..111" \".>i'l ,I. ..i dm.: ,. 1'11.1' I E never breaks

\ in ; you I on our toes these days. ., ,. .01.,11', "' ..1111'11'' : "" fit, 'I "., 1't I II II" :M Ii 7. 1 ..',! .

THE LAW PLAINLY SAYS : ': may enter the portals of )Jt xi.'n'l I ? oI'I-"- If i'.1.. t 1.1. I I.I ,'..lItilll1.I II V/M, 1. Mil\ : II \l I : I' i I IoIlIIIIILII" Ui'sl:: \ : \ .4

I The FFA (Chapt.i wa: iuuumu t.. ..,,,111" t tl,.. .off.tI" .. ..f I I t.-'l'.fI \ ., M,. i-.t.-; lOt t tHiigli
In case of accident if you haH no insurance, 'Pioneer America Germany or Some of the young folk in I II .1 f.tir a".1 11111'.I t l.. I ttit itti.'rb I I'.utltr i'ioli\. l>..... ,i-.I
to have viitms. last .. ,
as Thursday .f 11.
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Bradford are venturing I'n t.t I"II'atl" t".n mi >
County
put up cash bond for damages or quit driving other old world locales or you may i I t ii.' / '...Ullt.t I I Ii I 1.. ,.t-. .1, I :' 3'7 41 -
\ forth toward music careers. Ben night Rep Doyle E. Conner and
See Us For Big Savings In find yourself swished back to the I 1".il'.I. . .' I
{ I North baritone, Tom Slade. ban Clinton Not-man, both fmmer, I:, 'I'''' 'fill t X I > orirn TO .\.rrc.itI
LIABILITY lays of Benjamin Fianklinth I PI. I : 1 I t'l 01 t" II, (Irruil ('niirt. llradfuril ('..nn.r, Duro Power
INSURANCE { tune; Kenneth Tyus. baritone; I
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members of the chapter. They gav'e r'lorl.l.T In < linnrrrvI .
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J. 0. (Jerry) Gay Insurance Agency j witniss the landing of Gaspanlla soprano, and,Earl soprano Norman; Joan Tenly tenor; I I I encouraging talks. : .t|1'.. h. x .run.t.-.f"HKiiiFF 1'a\f..1 l'I".'' SI 1\1 : MainspringWATCHES

ill with music, thank you. | Mr Footer Shi Smith gave the 1 it',"' .'itr nn i.fftintr' im'*> If :i"., I
are now studying voice. The instructor I III,1Il.lt.. f.r "-I. ,dff of 1I-I,1f. ,1 t tI ,
J JFOIt "*"*" chapter 50 heart pine and cypre.s* '. t t it. P' II).'. i I'4..
116 N. Court St. Starke Phone 7s.;> i is a young senior from null t *"t.j..d| ,. .
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This month some of the mtiau-al posts for our cowpen He had them I I I-IIM,.ux :Mix.: I'a"lIn' \.. 11 1. ..4
------------------------ ----- the University Music Division xx ill .1. .pl\' ,ipl'tei, i.it. \ "ind \ .4p.
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,'\ "'III at Stal ke in rie Eleli'u'l j John Olson. who will be a Music cut and furnished a truck and adl't ". *np|."I it. att.1, if' .. 'I. .1,I D IL .' ...4p.
to haul them. The class building ill I" ",1'1" t ii' ,"'''1.10. ;1 S .I.I I' .. .4p.
: tary School included a mot unique'EIertrie Educator of the future help I i.. of TI 1tt' t"illl".tl' E .4
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@ fiTrrfrn.J D' W @ tff f Party" presented by MisAndiews : the cowpen has designed it a. .ft'. '.. :Stti... i.I"'. f, ,1 LSTARKE FLAJ 1.. ..4.4I
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.."th;." 'Z"t., _... .... ...,.... ,.h .._.. ._, __,. .:..,...... __ and her fifth grade. This Two Starke residents1'1' accepted follows: 64 ft. by 32 ft. with twc I l' u. (C la\t..n .
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: Jo.-.t.Y .f't.T was an educational unit that in-1 i in the "Requeim's" selected pens a catching chute and a load : mu ('UI'VI" (.0"1..10\1:11: Fri.. Sat March 7. s ,' .4

SALI3 lifilroom hmie :; ml I "FOI: i.rvr i... .n '.t ''a.. i.v hided all studies with musIC:, (if choriis at the University of Florida. ing ihute UI""J1tu"r Tinur : .4

t'a..t i.f Starkr .VII I mode' ../I\.11. 1 *. ho, ,: I linn i"n 1',11..1, i i K 'J..u ,Lv (' )t1t5e. The centei of the musical I They are Mrs. Marian Howe anlt After all the hard link the ; I h.-1. l.\' :111111.1111' >- tO'1, '1 1f i )1)01) I5I.K: I FE.\ UK: .4
iriicrj., 4 ai'rrx l.mI I'axh or li-rins l It' ,.,' ('..III1t'! Pitiiiiiiin.n.'r fi, I 1"-
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}:..a..lla\.Io..J; Y.. J Johnson c>\\'or r, I attraction was a television set yours truly. This is the first time chapter had with the fIrst hogs it'i istil 11'1. t TIiteu(4: '.IIh) :-'I t.n '" > : ;" ',>., I : ,. E l GINI 4
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lu 1. Itox :hti). *;t.nk. .III': :: 21 r" th. will, ..f tin \.1.' .
.: .- \ '1.1'q I:: ; Int. nm", ., | made by the children on which the university has selected a niadi a profit of $3.1 .. I If 1 HALF ANGEL '4
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LHHVIWi TO :;a ii .Kramiio. 'alif I I IVK '.tti.I.. | p xl (h. ,1|v' -/ original musical jingles and ap. | choi us. The: chapter has bred one .,;ilL t.1..1'1..1. I will r..ml- th. \ i \ I 1.. I .
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around \I..rii I IJ: 'ould. >'anun<. ... sl.nKi. .1\ Hllk'I i I "-]II lillk. \,' propriate songs were "televised' | Carolyn Crews is broadcastingfrom nt putebied Red Duroc gilts ....rn... ".f \\hidl I .n." .ipnl.! .f" I 4
or two |I.a'-.r'' "For liifoniiatlon nn unit* lit: :J. UoIlli 1 : ': Up to the audience w ho were th I Jacksonville tell Mis- Bradford to the registered 1.. ..4I.
LOST IS:,'iv.".".'? |I.ak.. I'.iul.: all.1| I' : : they me I !' \111. tutu SIittI.| | 'I tt W .1.I .
An.lAbilene .4
Markt S ft I daik. .Kr-.-n met.,1Molted I parents. and other guests. Miss and we would like to hear more n,1 n.lrohoal th..t Mi Chaile! |'r. < latt iiJ .'
V.NTKIlK1: > M I.\-:'; to Like >I.\I.III.I.: I 1:11: \\ \l..s| It:
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leaven, Appljhip.imn 1'in- "..tir William hook 'a""' -lipport Findei i Swanbom from Hampton with about it. Also we would like to Si'"t'itt! ;iia* louieil: to tin' ..chapU Trail :: Manner Huy.s 3
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Motor ( ..url. starkt- It. I'ldtt. Starkt. 11 three of the pupils of her class keep in touch with all things that I-'Ult nil \T\ t' "IMIs"|OM:II j I. .4

Foil I flINT: KurnUheil! ."|.t.. ;! KOI: S.\I.I'-'I".I.I, "Ialll I and Won.dtr .. I weie guests i go on with music in Bradford Recent Births i I I htiflianil.IIIHIKII..inn 1111(1:1 i- 111\ ':.imlnl. .M v \\'hip \\ iI..1I antl .\ti.I l>' ('1 Ijtlels. ,I... o P ..4.4pp.
roomand I.Tit'i' *:ti: mo .Vdult iI
..nI\' :"JI: ;X rhi-rrv $t. :tit. .* ::'IFoi l pfpp.-r' plant f.::.::5: p",'r |.millMilled -- Count Please get in touch with t.iri'i. >unl\' '"IIItII5*I''II' i ft ..III I IMtrii ."-- I \l .. :serial amt shorts 4
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\ 'II pull ( hem I'. 11.I, Mrs hart and her class have Mrs Parkei with musical news. Mr and Mis James .\ Pett'rsonallnOUnt'e E.
I'ltts. I'hiilli :JII7I VVelitel | to thr IV mi"'r iti t.- I'rimirit* in )IayIr..I..I.I.1 .4
: I Ki\T: -l-iooni apt. ftlrnIJiit(1. ; been living in Mexico for severalweeks -- I will, *.'i\ nix ditri. I .
: :2 14FOI | the birth of a daughter
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1"lIh iVnt.i;' *.n i K:. .\. VV inklrr .__ I .
I and i..iini\ t. the l I.-t i .f my Sun.. Mon.. Tuos. F
( amid! colorful costume :1I.illl\1 Ii. 01'
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: I II':\Fuinihed :!-r"'HII apt I On to more self expressiolithiough on Feb 16 in Alachua Genera'Hospital. tl\VH\ k.iini| ih. \ ..t-t's' ,.

: KKVT: : Small 'l.iulilliiKuitrflIt- with |iri\ate l.alh. hot lull old Jam I music A party was the outI music m Bradford County! (..r.vt- rll'- V ournt... .mrt nitiniii..rt i\ .' March 9-11
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fur offirtin. 'lon., m-ar I.itsta- water. 1.I"l'tr: t' reft'iterator. all.1"I'ar.Io' come to which parent: were invited | \\ ill I-. ..rr.',itl\- .11'111"1.01"\| \ GraduationAnniversaries 4

llon. Tenipli. ,V\f.. :ot. Ud. 200 .1 I IT entrant't .F. ,V Siott. Ml";,, Y"1I1' fi'i. nd
lJu IICI.." ll T.'mule .V\... 1h.4) _. 11!. i, An original play developed Auto Tag Total ( KMh'lUn; : \\ KKINJ I II _t. ( I'mlily t nll"l'T IRON MAN

Fin: irri.d.:; ,'m (.ffl", .,. *tii., .. i by the children was presented There will be a working at Sapp I 'Olt$ \ \ s.. :.....,

FOR RENT2: : apartments on \'Inkl..r ISldir .':'I Ttinplt. and l i I vvliuh included much singing. and Ahead Of Last Year Cemetery on Tuesday. March 11. r I i.t. i>\' .uii ..iini'"- t li.u i' i im :a Birthdays

Kingsley Lake; one 1-bcdioom apt. Indii.n T...nl -:'..rk,. pi, 'f)rj I creative dance to music. A bul! Come and bring tools to work with. IIIII.Ialo', I f.-rth.. ..ffi.. ..f Tax I .V Jeff (handler. Kveltn: Keveslso ,I .4

.\ total ot ::1 IH;I nt'19i2: autelinne ,...**..r ..r I'.rnilfoiil i oin.l\. '. *nhj tto .\ :Nevvn .4
2-bedroom Both elec- 't ( anooii and I-itesi
& one apt. fight the .
oKFH-i. : uri:i.i* VTIIr..ok; 1 was staged in most Mrs J E Jones and Mrs Belle Ih. will ..r tht M.I.I in 111'l '. 1. 0 .4

trically equipped. C. H. Nas. keeiiin" \ptrieine; fl.'ltiarvSJut.rt 'realistic, manner capes horns and tag* ha\(' been sold so far McCormii >f HUM'i':ill.' I'tim.irv' "f :\l.i\' f 1
hoin* urood '. feel l that in\' k 11.\\ I.-uit..t t IM.I 1 1.0: I"Di'
worthy. 2tchg-37 p. VpphSin in Brad ford! Cnunt\ running about
'II I1.'tr''|.'inn Hulk 1'1:0' i sword ,5I1.ti..tlI-, in linil milt.' t 'i w.ll I Wed.. Thtir. March 12. 13: Sec Our j
... : 400 ahead of th- total numbei ,. 11,1 I II
:: -- NOTH H; iliialifit Itlufur tin- ti''-Hi'' I. :I ,
\/ \ 1.11'1.: \VI'" sold at this time last I I pi-Mini-- fair ami iiti.u; t't I iIl *. i vto >. DOriU.K FEATl'HE -- E JrJ.\ )() \JJ' IIS'I'L1)
I'.ran,'lii'd and wrll-rooifd.I I lil I.. 1 YOOI: Tin\T-Two 1,room rnrni..h"il ,I Gasparilla and Tampa have year TO Tilt; ('lllltS; all if. .luted V.ni \ ...t.aitil! -upin "

melt J" f.i.t$2.:!. .\1"". larn- liloomIniT .1O'1''m''nl't '. omfort-il.l. Led*. nothing on Staike Gasparilla'' During the 12 months of 1951a : m\UI'OHU ) colr\' .1-1 will lie prt':ith iipr| i 1..1 I. .4
plint: r.i'. .'. j:. $1 I i-aih and Voree .nao... heifer. elertno r-'nirlir > total of 4.518 sold -T .1 .\I..r-I l : : I \ \. Three Little Words 0 4 4I'
.. landed here in tagsa.s in .
anifllia J.tIi.tili.tts. 10 to 1.in I 1.:! .. "..r'h ->".1. linn I4ftl"t:; right Bradford
':*><' ea..h f"-H ct i.rntpp ]' dfarlo; tai.* \ Klementaiy School on the very this countv With the current I wish to thank nr. mall friend- FOil ('U tIT\ JI ...a: .4
11:1.1.:11I:111: : : -: VVIKVi.inii 'eft 1,1..1: r":>.1 I1} miles tn i head and tot 1.1'-: rt.nsiileia- To thiVott'i'* :mil tin i 1',11'\, III TEII )('OI.OJt .
:\ ..\ M nsruv >>..iive ".ih *'".! at trnte :Mr same day that he made his way t:' *tart.It. i is expected that I supporters r fl'l Mlil* III IN .idford I 'oliiit\ 1-1 1"1 .Li Terms Arranged

I'nulhir I'nrlr ( .t.llln ll..\ I4 sI'.nrlrloii. l'arl \\'nl\. Piool.. >iden c tfsnWIVO I II Tampa. Mrs Eaton class became total sale I hIS .\i'.tr will exceed th > 1 tion and support in iec'\ .114 nie a.wSupeivisoi I h'r..Ir nui.nun"> that I \\ >III l I... .1 Fred .\stair.era Elicit: .. .4
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I'ln. '" 'allll..I.I. fi -,1''ion in tin, "inI '
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)! tiguitThree I : of Registerati fouryears .\".I
I IXG.I. : Machine ('om-l I interested in the Story of I IIII I I'-tti. I 1'.1 I"I 11 I Mil a n t" I.. l ll. 1.1in
A I'.VUTMF.XT 1-01 K IlKXTi: :! oom*. P.uiy. I. lke ("ilv Jo'la. }'b,,".. 8SO Gaspenlla while studying history ago and mging: mt: to nn I M I.iv. ..f I I":1",1 tli.it t \ '''MI. \ >.t- '

mrrrnnl I..rd h. FriBidain. K.I: : will repairntir ma.'hm.' in tip for the office again but due ir. .md *ni.| .tt 1 1 i- I 1"1'01.'I" 1 !;L J U t Let's Get TOUGH GEM JEWELRY\
*to\r. iomirt1| furhlhed I."- : top condition j t"..a-"na"Io'p I \ and singing sailing song Out of Men Called ] .itI.--t| .'fI tli, .it it ,i. ,.,,I.;.. "t.'.1 tIt i,ff,' ]
<-at*'d 411 \\' M.vllxon I 'tisti irr all I use onlv genuine Smvrer these I pressing business intetlt KMU.' I '\111'" t >IM t t... luutnt, i. -t "f TI.i iI
tarts.ltir experiences an nuts.ical
I'hi titl..r of ('''III ittl're.' t 1'1 ( *eni. .... ;u will pi', I k tit.; and original For March Induction will not be a candidat.' lot th office \ 'i.iint\ ::n,..1\ t t Ii. ,p..,,,pi.i ..f I tli. i '" i iti I..-,, (.<>n"<'> liolihv .1'.Ionianlso I .
play was presented to th" .. .. Slarke" I I. ,I.i 4
i deli\er\ *. i v i. t. upon r""I.'I|! : .i- it )Ii.i- I in t tin ,p *.I \ n \ Kites Nf\\ .
}o'n ii.FNTtitniim:: .l.m) ip.iil- ;\V\\ iII':, i' ii.i.i 'inn.'- ar '. .til- parents. and guests: of the class i \ "0h t. .1 n. ( '..HUH .lii.lt f : t
m.tit- <'I.l .*i- in. d,"-n'.lid.' .\1*" a It 10. ,, ., Three" nun ha \'*' bl'I'u'allo.d! by 1 Y'tl'lI"' ? '.
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; .t !I. t'rlll'i I am happy to report to the citizens
*m:.II ..ottatt.. \ .."hIt. l.insin, The Pirate and their lovely ladie Local Board :Xo 18 fOr induction .1! iK l'IIIy\t: : : I I.- -' I AAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAIVINKLER
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at Iuk. ni Mi I ni :MiNoll, TTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.M WIre all in costume, swords and of Bradford County that th' .
iran: 2111V Madi-oti s't.nk., If into the armed foiies on March FOR <'01 \'u"\ JI IM.II :
records the Supervisoi elite '
I A T T U E S S E SOF all creative m ;
They presented a '
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in excellent condition and I iJw l I II
ALL KISnnEXOYATED il.inic anti, I\m.. beautiful are "tint t \
SL!) ().-) UAHY CHICKS $9.93; -- songs.Soiii. Jacksonville; Harold Dogar. :; registration: of electors curren' lot I .i to "i .mill,.1,1 I ELECTRIC SKKMCKand

Smith. Starkt': and Arlie Joseph : Jti.tg.f I I"r\lIt'.I i l lf -

Vino .In.i.i.-Sr\pd or as Hatch- !' of the teachers in Brad- the first time since the count) M.n !1"'m..r.lh I I' "- .11'i
,7rriI2J- Dobbs. Jr.. Lavvtev \ farm,.d, v\.t k.'d .i- !1,1., "i
.l Uii.ii.uiirfd: for 14 di\s undfrpr.'tifi ;: :; foul County out there wad divided It is my earnest desire -
are pushingtheir
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toiiditionsrhor; .\.'r.'s Only one man was called in "..n..1 I ,111 t. "null \ ,II. \\ iP tIt "
\\hil.. I lloi-k*. Ni idwX..W\ : musical skills! Those! registered ] that my sticcessotwit'! keel r..ittu !II.II', 1...1 ..ti.i I 'I.t I : ZENITH

II >mphli.Indian 1 Hlver Ci .>.,s. : :-1 at the University of Flor February Andrew Jackson Dob the records of the office in ;m efficient tu o .ni.t II hililrt I 'i" \ x I l ;
ll.irr.-il It...'kVhit..' \\'\ ..11- I i \., son Jj of Lake Butler who vvainiliii \\lio ua* l li.rn ,md i .H-, .1 I I Id
.I..1 ifK: I. I5.il: and \\hiti- Ida tin individual Music Education and up to date marnei :i .Kit in. t u .11/11..1 ,' '. p :
I I F T K X I TUn E 'ted on Fen :26? iiP1
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I.f ehnrn-i. < Mrs Helen II :Much work and time !has b 'er n *< hoi.K ,1t" I 11'' I- RADIO
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TilE BESTS HATCHED I Keiipholstrrcil and :Maloni. Mrs Cleo Robits Mrs :, !spent in bringing the tec r.ls uj F : of ih.. 1".1.. .v .1 1.t i 1.\ I'
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IX tirade pel l Il\n 'I !.!l5 KffinishedSTIMis Edna Pie\att Mis Martha Futch. r Businesses Warned to date and it will require' A greai' :' full Klt (in' i '.if td a' tt.i I t ft I I It I', i. .

'.V : ". 111". 11 .9i: H.\ 'deal of work to keep them I ha1 I II ,
ra. pel : ; MXTTKKS.S CO. Mr* Evelyn Cooper. Mrs Muriel Of Past Due LicensesAll .I.h'I mil i .iti fnlh I v
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\ I iN'oiman wa by someone qualified| ti dioffue : f.nr I ''in I "Ml- IIHIII'I.I I t 1 1.1 i Television
Ill'.i\\ MiMil I" r I 1">1 q 'I 1 H.\ 230: ( Palatka, Fla. Mrs Verna Demorest! I i lInt n..lllllO.r I 'i n t d \ ">, sales
Ordi ft..III ,Vlil..inia s i 1 .' and administrative woik .
now :Miss: Swambom of Hampton is plai s of husnies! that have "lIi'I..r'| | :ni'l \toil' .i t.Iof":111' t -
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partll'lpatmgwIthout credit Th I not vet paid their curi .nt oicupa inn:
r: siiu: : Till i i : I r.i; i i., : I-'r: i :\\1\1':1\ : ': > i Inl": T \ V'i VN;
S"1: :MONKv:; : of tional 1 license to the election system depend.vtry n u.'j i ii ''I - - - - - -
i li'O. rnct: .iv.d VV.ddini. ; hiMtaIions major project study is piano. II City are I - - - -- -

on fin., 1'0.11" II! piptionl I These teachers meet once weeklyI warned that themust d" so at on the Supervisor of Reg .-Lrat.ol FOIl 'o\'ir\iii.KIHSTHIIT :
\' $1 M, 'i t:. l>, ... OM-: 11\I \ Tt'mplt't.-. I 1huun. !i"h
DIXIE HATCHERIES if" .1 i unt,' 1I { and he should be -). t : :
TI'It'I"l'allh tf I in the U. S. O Music Room for t once These licenses were due very .1Ip"I'1and I I.nn ,i-kniK for 1 IS: .. <. -

.nil S fond .Ve. N". :, piano class. Some of the otherI I I last' Oct. 1.Licenses honest in order that aillU r f'oust :< hli, ..f p.radfoi'l. ..nn'x" "
nlnnlnghan'It' "\ \KKr: HOHII!
: :: :l projects planned include original I that: are not paid with elections may be carried out t thiwaj t 11'1'1 X.. I lI .. :
nuvci. n.vs r.KFuicKiiAToi: : .? I I ih.uil \oii for \ "'n I x i
.. Ketrtilarh' l'rlt..1 at $:;-.'\ i; \>iit'1.4 -, : operettas creative music. dramatizations | in the next few days will be turned !i -IIIM'>I -- - - - - - - - - - - -

f". 'Ig'>1 u 1 lll'NT.:,.n.I ; Furnished i ....in apartment 4 r""m MIh e t-* heat I..thi sell on.at. *:1..1.I f[ 1 '>%1.1'Y..i( ': lan't j of songs! and research in,' i: over to the police department for I,i ii ; Again Iay: thank f n t.ie op'1.1 I .I.I I_I.. :'_11.' ,;N; '' -..

\ i 1.: .I I l I"litll"l:: : > : ong liteiatuie, folk songs and i collection. it was announced 'portunity of serving; yo'i. an.1 I FOII ( KltK or :'..nUC"'I I -
\\t i '.ill I I M I"'rus tintreet ask I {...rUT. i iI ----
*mcerely : toicet a hOnu t -
i "ni .\ 11.1 ii. in lesion I'honi you I \ .II! ,..'.'u.u., n- "- I,. --\\ ,.t hI :
'i i 11. hi: \IHO-S Kfi>.\iKinll : I and qualified Supt>r'I"1I t in thi,_ t I .. H ,..1 01 '. .

tI, \1........ VII "..d..l. Florilla Nursery Gainesville Fla. coming election .' t,. I ',.., I "S DRIVE
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landscapes
M irriniiton, \\i-hinci-ii in.iil. M Till: \V. lull ... Snrkr |'h. ;211WEDUINO : Florilla Nursergr ws. This well known nursery was I ___ ,1 l nr :s, ri)"..' Ii i F. i .'

ansi! plants tree. shrubs founded in Gainesville for the purpose i 'h .,'

,.'l s. M.Klii: .lull*. *weet, jutivt 1 and flowers They are located I' of Landsi.apms and Planting \''' .iTO iiinin.li* \' t;irx' _. 'V ''I !. t KEYSTONE HEIGHTS' <

.i.vNiKS; ONLY :.". hu urinBmi -$3 up. Ordt AND'r*IIIRTMOAY takenit I\1..1.11"'!.tKF:5;:. : 4 Miles South of their principle interest being to i ;'t'.Iic t. i I' h'I..I"I \ ir. ., 'I i, -'I', '- rile- m t .1\t I - - -
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Gift Shoppe. Phone (6 .J Gaine\"iIIe'I' "uk ,im near dep. Johnson Flail'iui if or Otala Road. Phone ; beautify home surroundings' We \j iradfnrd i ',iimti F.J 1 t. .s .
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I ".mi (roiinu *tu t :21 ,,'on1.E: Metal! All their plantings are guaranteed suggest that you call them and ...ivt-. ....il..d. hio .. ". 1-: v : \ I tu-rk p.tii-I, !-.' .j .. S\T. M\K( 117 s 4I

poultrv' house l.V ,.n 1.tI"l IM' l' ', '
I ,:-n' i.i-| hint tinitoim). tr..II'r". I _With Uuiul ti' :line :iJ:: \ :,.'. ..1]i... :;: I II \Vnte or phone them for advice or i i they will be glad to help you with : .1..1 i "'ti.i .i I T, ,1 allII""I'I'I") t 1 's 'i v 'Mi| '1'. I Pandora and the Flying Dutchman 1
d! '11' Kt"t I r.iaiii: n" 'ini *n 'IIS I Viinx i :in'p p.uiltrx' him*. :u \ md l.t ,
Landscaping 11Ii" t" u fd t h. .
suggestions your Planting as :m r"Iai Ir I f' f .
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l''M li! It fi'lllld 1 < till II "- I. 'I 1 I"'I'.' IC f tin ', "t t HOII-, .. .
.f. 1'01. !:1.II'h i'I' ia :. Mi ti-tirs. l HIM)"t'p:r II'a"I in, 'nt..it.r) Florilla Nursery is one of the I they have with hundreds of other ..trt'f ,1 Ith. -fl- .lames Mason .\\a dardner *
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t t\!L. i,.. pli..iu' I > "' 1\ .nitonan f..d.rsi t leading firms servIng Gainesvilleand in the past. They are familiar with I t .. .1 I I th. I I..' n.l I.1'If"" r' ,. _
: 1..1" '''n u 1..i % *,.n MainerTf : \ I In Technicolor -, 4t
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\'. .1. .i.| well with ..!....trnI knowledge and the good know just the plants suited f >r I FOU "U'loTIII. I-: si'N.. : .. Tl ES. :\I.\I'II 9. l 10 J 11r II J JI
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.. "I I $:!..llll.I"1'- pi lie* Ill .i's": i IN:'; 1 J. VKI I : m'TI.1ILtk.." will they have built have won an each particular spot. You can rest .... a'id.la "

,I. .,f SljirktIntrl.iifirht. 1 St.. fi 1"I t .',"t' hath n..\\ :, enable position of not only being sured your planting left to them i : : ; ;: ..'., i im"' 'inn-t>erelannonn..t .Tii-ti .. 1 I /IT'S A BIG COUNTRY J Jt
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llox, IvT Sagmau Mi..l'h up ; 1 II. I one of the most successful in will always be satisfactory I .. 1 "I
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r t:. ': t: Furnished r. .\mi' ,: the business. as well as a practical They have aide variety of r I I. '. ."- .. I-. N ,-.t; t.r'- ., ,..tX.. .md 1 Vo : *, ,,i.tt, Ethel Harnmore. dar>' ('wiper. Nan Johnson {;ene 4
ifi.nt' equippedtth -
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.. I V \ O of stock ; to select from I .f..f.I r. Fredric March. \\ m. Powell Marjorie
: "11 \ tefi-ieer-Mor Prkt hath I grower nursery Thrtughi specimens Man '., ,. :: Kelly. Janet Leigh. 4
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Wl11l'ST: SELL in thi. *.-.-tI.n ippr.at' tli \ :ir t
(4ft t'.1. l'.ini.in.lAsh .'t Mrs. atViIliam"UT he..iuifiil little piano. Kxtellent 'i their many years as Landscape varieties Ornamental Trees Azaleas I, .r tne itiz.-n* ..f tt<- r. > :Main. {;t'ft. Murph Keenan Wynn

....nolu*l.u and new guarantee Itealharsaln Architects and Nurserymen they Evergreens and Perennial\* -1 J i tr.nt-- if .-It-, ,.-.1' |,*-. I
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V\TKI> 1 ..lia" I'artv Hith pood credit : i !
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nJi" ,, ;th .':\r t" ill "" farmer .an pay small down payment as- are responsible! for many of the all healthy. due at the right time ToRditteMafry ..utuItvp : I > \\ En.Tiiru.i.m 'H 12,1.1:
',, xum Very reasonable monthly \ and delivered ft 5 .t S (Jult > :rNwtr:
Hrldf..rd < "mtVonderful pament beauty spots well landscaped ; by expert guaran! -e-i I II _
"." ? unM\ $H' t'I*<* in i. "':" *. Reply t'redit Manager P oJ I'
\t,>rlfni'f" ..r -altal rwiulr O Bus 5578 Jacksonville Fla grounds in this section of the 1 deliver in good conditionWe 111I' In Ikr. tounlr Juiler* Court. In I TERESA -- The Story of a Bride <

I' "I" ntt.r Write t."'"\ V.A'K** tip :!::!1 State. Though they keep abreastof are pleased to reior .n.er ,i \nd lor llradfuril ".""'''. FluriI i

>:MIV, J.oPt. \. Frwport!,n 4 Ill':' the time, they don't need the Florilla Nursery all! of our rr id!' I I I ti.- Estate IIf Hugh I'tl-r I.I I t: Tierngeli.. John Eri( lIn. I'esrjjy! Ann (;arner. 4

FOK .\1.E-: water 4 room and house.lights 2 porchrunnlnp a1'otimber ?*. book to operate by. they could : ers. also the owners. Mr in i M Ir" c.E L666 I r ,_"I 1\lit'.' TIt'1UIef" .! f lillKtini *: Bill Mauldm J .
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.1 itiartment r rent
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Second Section Bradford County Telegraph



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:iii STAKKE, rWIUD.F1tm..\\. :MAIU 7. 19.V2 -
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..TTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVT: time. Last year at this time, for Crop Residue And =Farm Investment I
example, we had not picked a Up 72 Per Cent Since 1945

single pint of fruit. Guess we re Leaves Are Good
L-2 FARMER'SD A total of $858.426,000 is investh ad telephones both x.
app
I never satisfied.* I I ; [lJI For Garden, Field ed in the lands and buildings oft I 1\" double the 1945 figure

I A R Y With all the rain we've been nay' Florida's 56,921 farms, groves and There were L": 'JiiT:; mot: -
l\ot' 1"! a good tim.' for build- ranches
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ing lately our place is almost bog I 01 ffarms :i'j;:; -ra< toi-
I i ;:u; 'up game matter ;in field and This value is up 72 per cent : 6.123 1 auioi-" "hi! ,,. repo--: -.
By Sam Mcfiarvey ged down. In fact the clover in I a:ii! ilen, affording to Dr.Y.. K. since 1945 the Florida State 'I ,
E 7 'lorida
farm I"! .o'
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the house pasture is about the only 61f iura gurqess 4/o/tr 1/ \ Robertson professor of soils in Chamber of Commerce reports j .
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t The author will be glad to receive t fie: of Virtually half of
Items of Interest con't"rnInr : benefit from the soggy conditions PONCA' INtBK.:: = : University Florida College Florida's 35 el:rs spent ; '' I t''i!
..f Agriculture. million acres is in farm lands <\f'h' t"p $31.;No ',,-, ,
the activities of farmers In When the weather is clear we've I ; ix-e-r.< riiMmry
bi Wherein I meditate <>n the birth Hr>- I.- i Uav-t little poem: Leaves from thousands of tree some type, including pasuue.-.. j II,'' 1'1'1'\ .'"''.51tiiUrchae ,
Suggestions
r Bradford County. may : found farm life to be ideal but
ila>- that were last month I read litter yards, lawns, and streets in woodlands as well as cropland j i'\ and!
p or! i < "
be left at the Telegraph office or when we have a period of too i ;i'
: A MI. ii!! bo.inks! (: that life :s
tr about Lincoln and Washington. 1 winter, and Dr. Robertson ? Details of the State's farms are'S .
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lau ley, mush rain and everything gets t lu:. urge !10.70.611:; t t." ne .1-:I, '
( iiilt-make and -ing and all Florida farmers and others t<' given in this week's business ref '
muddy we I
._ . . . AAAAu.AAAUAAAAA.uu.u... and convenience of city life And is P')) t'ntuus and a thing ot Bexumi the: hunts of a yard. and 1 industrial d.visum (I' al; < >
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&- that is true'at I matter of their gardens and field << t lai'to'- a'lil.i ,i -er mat hu:. i

expensive break- Agnes' maiden name was Hig- time when especially have feeding slosh state A street, a stretch of beach.A Crop residues, such as old cornstalks The average: size ot farms ir: Flor- r'anan :}99.191 t hr> u'hire. :]: ,
Had mighty to
a and the biggest barrow we'll you That here at midnight, in our man may (mini i.U1: wide also are useful for the i i.la was 290 acres in 1950. about j .
fast one morning last week. Alice gins through mud and water to get the purpose.
call Chester. These folks seem to' little town, world 'oer T.: acres larger than the: 191Taverage
served the first three eggs our hog and then get a shower of
pullets laid and although wehaven't enjoy being with us and we cer- both pen when the hogs jump up on I A mourning figure walks, and Known cities great and smal!. "After raking leaves and oth.-:' III 1950 a total "t: 4ii OITUE surri.iF.s

figured it up exactly :yet tainly had a good time with them'' the fence. But all this changes I will not rest And dream of happiness onceheld such materials that will decom :535 of the State- taur- "eit'served ,\TnrOnn

for fitted in perfectly. We'll' Near the old courthouse, pacingup by fleitllii'V I ar:.t I l''J'' '> m \ ('0. TEI.tCI: ; \I'U
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costus they he advises, "don't a
we think that the three eggs when the sun shines again, and we i pose. put
about $300--or $100 per egg.jThe always remember Chet chasing the have plenty of that here in Brad and down. Within a garden wall. match to them to get: them out of.
j The sins of all the world burr. ..
and then laughing as they i the Instead -- ------ -- -
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the pigs: make -
first eggs arrived when ford County. So it is with ill way. a compost :
us look
pullets were a little less than five scampered off. Not all folks fit in. i, his heart. back. asve pile or spread them in garden and ,, : \ -1
I Having live-1 '
life but these two did. | He sees the dreadnaughts scouring many places, .
with farm :
months old which we understandis We planted a bagof Irish potaj!j main. I one looks back wu'i fond memoriesto field areas that are not being used $

rather early. for birds of the I toes and it looks now after all the I every past days. So I know some for crops during the winter turn ,
He day
carries his .
heavy breedsVe are going to I Comfort has learned to break| rain, as if we'll have to replant. I shoulders on shawl-wrapped I !shall look back rt those days them under, and they wilJ be : II !1' ,

keep a good record of the pullets' through fences and she is really] We put them in fairly high beds now now, that hold well decomposed before -pii-' I .. i
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as they are ROP giving us trouble now. While' I The bitterness, the folly and the so much of happiness ; planting time." k-i. i
egg production but we've had so much rain that 1 and just plain k-
chickens and guaranteed to lay picking berries the other day we even up in the beds the soil is ; pain. However it does If a compost pile ito 1>.> estab
seem cOlltlutlt1f-nt'l
200 or year. had to quit twice and chase the -Vachel Lindsay lished. the leaves other i
more :
eggs per '' soupy wet and we're afraid that there must be a c.' or >rgann I.r I'
i black rascal out of the kitchen' the seed will rot. Guess! we'll try i There of material should be inco'jioratei',': ,' .'! r
I I is a lot about February unpleasant
garden, where she was having a1 I work out the middles and see I! i things. So if you with soil, a small quanti' \ ,"f. <'on!! t
Got tired of this business of cabbage, to that I have always lovedFirst it I i are among the on 's who have : +; It i ij
dandy time chewing on if we can't get the beds drier in.. I plete fertilizer, and, if 1 i'' I' at t'' i
short
bedding up before planting, so we mustard, etc. Troubleis is a month and so much of troubles hold on tight Thii.gs
garden peas, j
I able, barnyard or poul' \ lal'I"' _
time.
decided to plant a small patch of have not had her bred yet. 1 I my life has been spent in the will change some time. :
we
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It is best to build the pi 1" )la\ ,
corn (eight rows 570 feet long) on and we're afraid that until we do. I schoolroom and somehow a short This week a dear mother tellsme C ;
the flat. After we planted we con- '! Set out a double row of beets. month was a break. Too a six-inch layer of ve-
that we'll be chasing her all over i 1 it bring? her son. who is a young man I f
sulted the "signs" and learned that Bradford County. That's bad, which we raised in our cold frame. j! the birthdays of two great Americans in his thirties is drinking badly. layer of oil! sprinkled nt'.i 1 t ,
bowelg"atime Think that raising the plants in a pound or two of complete !t'
in "the
the signs we love. The
were enough now, but after we get her above poem i i" His wife left him aid took the
when, according to those who! cold frame, and then setting beet, to Abraham Lincoln, written about izer, and then another lay- !'
down
settle orwe'll baby also.
better
I b i she'd I Another gin-wife; i-i
plant by the signs, seed will rot plants out is quicker for uss than his old home at Springfield 111. leaves, continuing this pro ' fix her so she can't get out. If unhappy and left her husband.: I I wy
in the ground. Our neighbor, sowing the seed in the beds, and |I! you are ever up near Hodgeville.i 'I do not know the until the pile is about tlmv'
reason. She took !
Harold Eunice stopped in and then thinning them out later. Readin i i I .tby all means go to see the j the children. Another in height. The top of the pile v <

when we told him what we had As cutworms have been givingour a bulletin that beets require a I I! birthplace of Lincoln. One woman saysher finished should be depressed r!

done he shook his head and said berries a "fit" we got a bag of soil which has been well limed and I I I about Lincoln thing I husband! is stepping out with center so water will flow into '

that we had make a mistake. Well 3 per cent chlordane poison bait, that they will not grow well at all I and his love was for his great heart other women and spending lots of pile instead of running off > 1 iV ;
all :
as matters turned out we most and used about 20 Ibs. of it on the in an acid soil. Had a mess of I sets people. lIe I money. Another hu.-band of 30 :sides. The pile should. be
We found only a few dead, I us an ('xamplthere.. years left his wife in an )titer
certainly picked a poor time to plants. beets from the garden, and were I j I have moist. _
but the damage has I been working every spare state. They have no children So
plant, for we have had nothing but cutworms they good. I Dr. Robertson says organs'
rain ever since and our rows of. been checked, so we think that it I moment on my quilt blocks. I am I as long as there ar> peopl? and tprial such as leaves coin',

Iona sweet corn (and a row of worked all right. Hut we think A while back we set out a triple on the 20th block now. Ten more marriages and life, things will gc ': appreciable amounts of plant t I ''ii
beans) have been'I that we will have to repeat the to go. Whoopee! I really work my wrong. But just remember: one x 4
Tendergreen row of lettuce in the Kitchen Garden hobbies I i provides food for friendly !soil ',jI i
washed out. But Sam is a stub- dose, as at the time we put out I II ,I and we lost about 90 per cent hard. I have received the thing. Those people who do }part, I terra that render plant nuts I '
l I. the bait there were many of the !I rugs woven by Mr. Adams for me. one or both
are so t
born cuss, and the chances are he of the plants, due to either the lack I unhappy they soluble and thus available Ij I"i i iI > K'kP
will do the same thing over again, little devils in egg form (or however 1 I''of enough moisture, or setting They arc lovely, and I plan tc can no longer carry-en and live !I plants, fixes calcium magne-nm.

I for he does not believe in "the I they multiply) and of coursewe 'the plants too deep. Sam set most make some more rags and have So have a bit of sympathy for I and other elements in the soil :.u..'
he most did not kill them. !' more rugs. It has been real warm them. We do not know the hunts
I sins, although certainly of them and he is quite sure that j gradually releases them a, they
that those who cloart' I here, but turned colder last nile of the other fellow's life.
cannot prove 'the trouble was in setting too I Lot u? I i are needed by plants, and imps "vi .

wrong. In this case, we had I We still ate picking only a few 'deep. As we hail a lot of plantsleft and snowed this morning. Tomorrow be tolerant and kind. sandy soils and permits good ni nv

heavy rains right after the signs berries, although our plants are : we picked a time when the > I go to have my new perI All for this week, so I cherish i i latidn of air and water
were in "the bowels," but does that I inanent shampooed and set. For TilEI.TEIUO; SISTERS first 1 time, with am Aml'r1t.w.
really taking hold from the 900: soil was very wet and set the each hour of happiness.God .
mean that you always have heavy Ibs. of fertilizer we put out. Our: plants shallower and this time we i I a change I am having it done. ,I Adding .Machines and I'ortabli e circus: dmvt from l Hertran lids. 1.01111,1I'aladllltt\ : w ill atMar '

rains at that'time? At least we plants have a lot of small berries! got almost a perfect stand. When I I| When I get my quilt blocks done. bless you all, j I TylMtvi( rltl'fS sold on II/ue.-Bratt... | ) with HaK) 'ti-Wallace <<< 'innin :St arln. Th 11'--.1)<1\ \1,1,

do not think so. (many of them knotty) and whenwe we get them going, we will pour i I1 plan to clean the attic. Hope I I LOVE LURA. ford County Telegraph. }n.:\ afternoon! and ni>rht.

pick ripe fruit we pick off the the "soda" to them. can have all my upstairs cleaning

Well, our Yankee friends Chet small berries and discard them. I done before May and garden mak

and Agnes Doe left last week and I We !shouldn't really complain ing.
Our White Holland hens are do-
we were very sorry to see them go. I about our berries, though, as so 1 Have a nice letter from my
ing such a good job of laying: now
In honor of our guests, we nameda I far we are getting what is best for former pupil Mildred) Sculley, whr Allover Florida / -
: 75; per cent production on some i hear itII
little red gilt after Agnes (we'll I lour Roadside! Market a steady 'days and they are three years': now is in the ninth grade and ijouil i :

call the pig "Hlggie and Pixgie" yield over 'he longest! possible goes to school in Middleburg. I ,
old that we decided to keep them j i
!I have her picture and she is now a
for a while. So we moved themto i
a smaller coop, where they have I!! lovely young girl. How happy and

continued to lay, but have resumed t I proud I was to hear from her. I I

their bad habit of eating eggs. have a Valentine from Hazel Grif get more oWer out ofrnq'car

1r I fis, and letterfrom other girls at
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Clay Hill.HELPFUL.
With the old hens out of the

f s'l I A-IV we are busy now getting the HINTS: to hold my

1 laying: house ready for the pullets. pattern on the material for cutting with

I ) Raked over the floor, then disinfert I. a larger quilt piece I use r SURE-FIRE Gulf rIO.NOX.uI
clothes to hold
.-.i the place with a solution ofI.X snap pin in place

and then whitewashed the .' One lady Missouri uses an eggshell
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alls We said we did it but around the stem of her tomatoes -

"" t nially our guest Chet did most .' and young plants to keep i
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ACME RECONDITIONED 'if t the work Then we got two full the cutworms from eating: themI II

nods' | of wood shavings for litter used paper strips last year I i *
P KO-HOX has Hie that "
old| spread it around so that there I made a meat loaf Sunday in starling I snap s jeI ,

fUll CASH PRICES2650. '- .1 carpet: of it about 6 inches. the usual manner and for a Hiangi i I action from mq motor fast I *

't'.I''t' now have to build an i I put three boiled eggs in the

addition to the roosts and dropping \ center I put one half the meat ir i

pr, :and i then build a new-fangled the pan, put the three boiled eggs

$ ',iintiaption called a "community i I end for end in a string, and put ; /

'a. -ng- nest! Old method of course i more meat on top !shaping loir" t

HS to provide :I series of indi- !I When cut was very pretty i "'vJith KO-KCX I'm sure I can pass

"niiial nest one for about every

:t.... ::11 n> Idea now is to make auii ,which we have found to he v>.t r.i :: :I xa on the sfraightawatt 1...... .

,. hn\-'ike, !' nestith
one open- i interesting. It is notnit.10'-' I j '
s
oi), ii. limit. which all the hens { especially for Florida but d.sptr I s '

usSupposed to provide more that we have gotten many ups> ; "

PI ". ,K \. tot the girls. The box is and ideas from it. I --'

TUMS ARRANGEDWE funded 1 at the top so that you ran ':. "

CARRY rt'a h in and yet!: the egg :
i Planted a row of tomatoes in
MANY FAMOUS I 'as the Kitchen Garden under Hot- I 'Jlf 'I.

MAKES OF NEW MACHINES \\'e have about 250 broccoli Kaps and thought we would have

plants! in one row in the sedge :i early tomatoes Made a mi-takti ,'. .. j -- /

.a.--A yt-s; field!, and that one row is I in not putting cutworm bait around -

\ ,.elding: all the broccoli we can each plant and as a result lost

.; : ).'u- : NEW SPEED "It, put in the deep freeze and sell about a third of the plants. Lue ,

CONTROL "n our Roadside Market. We gave and learn!

t the! plants about one tablespoonful .

'h NEW MOTOR i"if fertilizer per plant also added :i, We don't mind the doggone birds -.
"I I like HONOXsmileage follow- with full : GULF
borax bror-
.1 small amount of as getting our berries out in the field, throe9h NO-Hax gives I me
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r .f' ,-oii needs some boron) and then "
NEW CARRYING although that is bad enough.Ve gallon smooth
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per idling i in
hoed around the plants heaping fraffc.
CASE do mind the pests; citing: our her I .

I r the soil up around the stem as high:. .i.esattti r! 'h''t utt' j i' e K1 1 mil putout !, \
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possible.. From now on all we t Hoi,l'1!1- Ma-net. How'
NEW SEWING i'>n 'V: : +
have to do is keep the plants from, '
1 ur "I' i b : s"
LIGHT going to seed, and we can keep on
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RECONDITIONED \ 1.C.
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y., BY ACME EXPERTS /
Sri. sHad Let Us Thoroughly .
I :;'z. WITH ACME PARTS .- :--- .
a visit from Mr Drown ot
Wash Your Clothes
the Soil Conservation Seniie H.>

brought a colored aerial map ofour
5 YEAR farm which shows very clearly i 9 Pounds

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the types of soil we have. He is
For 40c !
oming back again to discuss our ;I
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GIVEN !! SERVICEGUARANTEE ideas and then he will make suggestions 'i FREE Bleach If Desired I

The SCS i isa fine sere
Temple Ave. Stack I r (
UTTONHOLER I'e. I I .Samanj

.1< [ ROOMS
WITH EACH MACHINE PURCHASED U JRCST J
Blondie's pigs are about ready'

be weaned, so we are taking We Will And Ittr. yeti ot any G ;

I 1 t I hem off pig and sow meal and put I >,,, tahv asvjrei you of >f .
'ins, them on whole corn with a Dry Your Clothes f
r",1 t accommodations
WITHIN 150 MILES protein "napplement. Have not t

weighed: them, but as far as uniformity For 20cIn
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i r i\1LCoUi'ox: i is concerned they are th e
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New .tutomatlDriers!
best litter we've raised so far.

I ACME VACUUM STORES I Al ::3 r2/y. '
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This will sound very elemental l _-6 gasoline

| -10S W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville Fla. to farmers around here, but at last )I Washeteria\ t
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I J we've learned that after every rain for SURE-FIRE rmanceIDistributor !
I would like a free home demonstration at no obligationto you should cultivate. We've heard per

I me. I I ;it saId many times, but at last we

RECONDITIONED SINKER I ', :$ 6.50: have fully appreciated how important .

t it is. This fine sand .' 7iJ Reber'( ft ,

:Name _______ _________________________________ I I have really packs after a ra "tfistfy ofC '" 5

|Iddress ___ ____________________________________ ,.. F. Register & Son

City State____________ I Received a fine bullet.Sun! :
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urban and Farm Vegetal' < ;A' Phone 155 StarkeFla.F
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I 1 ItiLI'.D.Addrr -l'Iea.cSend SpwifUDirections BCT
I dens Home and Gardnt' .
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1'ACE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA !

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; will sponsor a card party in the fishing has been ,,
exceptionally! quired; to serve a of __
copy your answer Florida In u
| : Chancery.Junt
i i dub house. Those wishing tickets good in Keystone lately. He ha-' or pleading to the complaint Jal11.} -' I ;I .t% I" ,,:. I :,Lldtf. I., -.t -. : -' .1. T' ..['_..'
,
I ('n the Plaintiffs I noe .Si ii wK i for' four .
may contact of Attorneys Evan I lrl; \ I.al., T'. fnnlant c.ttive -.n"'I1I ; } .
HEIGHTS NEWSMental [ one the made
any committee some record I weeks
KEYSTONE I catches. But T. Evans and Xeal D Evans Jr.. 103'Law Cast No.olice S'16 : 11: thr Bradford: l"'lInt'.
i Telegraph r.'
Mrs. Sara D. McDonald the Exchange Building.
biggest catch Jackson
was made \ ..
I I P. by yule, Florida and file To \ppear. ; Dat.'d this 2>.th ".IY of Fi-1'iu.irv -
the
,( Mrs. H. Haskins: Mrs. Clapp Geo. Watson.! Last Saturday he I In the office of original 1 1951'OFFICIAL! :! i '
the Clerk T"T1.ie
of the Cir- Jane ';c.ra\teal whosertsidenie ,
|I and Mrs. J. A. Williams. and his party caught the limit in 'lilt Coil if on I or I.efor.the list I days" said Roy Watkins of the s.1 "f March. l lI'7: :!!: otherwise ': Cleik i.( the Cn mt !',.urt I'c. !
I i The the al You
Growth regular meeting of the 40 minutes and Mr. Watson caughtone j I legations of said Complaint are hrrt-i.y notified that a By :\I Irtle T. 1'r.n.r. Ivputy cwk! ,,, -
E. will be suit for Divorce i .
Co. The l has I r
McKay Realty been
fil'-d '
property Catholic "i
Club will be held on large taken as confessed' by 3,29: 4t :! :21 l .
very speckled perch anda you. against' you in the above named I 1 '
Topic At Keystone being developed belongs to John i Wed., Mar. 12, at 6 p.m. It will 9 1-4 Ib bass, both of which he I once This each notice week shall for four be published Court and cause and you are required 'olln -'10I'I'PoUt t i '.,.

Woman's Club Byrd a civil service employee whois be a covered dish supper and the: intends to have mounted.COnsidl'rable weeks In the Bradford County consecutive Tele- or to serve pleading a copy to of the your complaint answer In Clrrult Court, llrxilfvnl C..u.ty.Klorlrta :-i'",., 1 \

now working for the Army on place will be announced later. I indignation hall'''gra) h... on the Plaintiffs Attorneys, : In Chanrrrjr.James s n---
Iii 27th
day "t February. Evan T. Pe Zarlo. _
Kvan.and
mental Okinawa. Neal D Evans Defendants F.
S
"A ing begins when Mrs. E. H. Cooper is in been 'U:;!.
| charge of aroused lately over the death i Jr.. 103 Law Exchange Funding, Mary De Zarlo, IVfendant.
growth stops." was the keynote of The lots have 87 feet to 139 feet j I j arrangements. I of valued pets. At least two dog ,j!I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas. Jacksonville\ Florida and file the Case X I

Feb. 24 before lake frontage and -|j '""EV I Cifrliof the Circuit Court. oripinal in the office of the Clerk '('fieC Ta \""Hr.
:
are A Myrtle
an address given approximately group'; of Alcoholics Anonymous have been shot one of them a' T. Deaver. Depot ourk o29 t the Circuit Court on or before To: Mrs Mary Per

the Keystone Heights Woman's I 300 feet deep. They are | has been organized in Key. I valuable cocker spaniel belonging I 1 :/:! 4t3 ?1 the 31st day ,.f March 1952; residence and addr- I' "

otherwise the allegation- -aid lone l'i.\. |J. c.v. ,Ii
selling for $750. stone "Z.O .,1.11 '
Club by Dr. Robert W. Kleemeier, ] Heights. It meets every to W. J. Whitesides. A much more I: 111'11.: Complaint will l>t t..K.n n' L Italv! i .

director of research at Moose I Thursday evening at 8:30: in thc I vicious thing is the poisoning of I,jio XOTII'I-all other t""persons lien Dell.having if living, and fused by you. V. I. I
an111-
Haven in Orange: Park. Keystone Bank apartment over Murray's Sundries. i I several dogs and cats. This is not i I I I abouts formation concerning his whet ,- .

Dr. Kleemeier pointed out thatas Anyone interested may get further |, only cowardly but daiigeroursince Take notice that on the 24th day ----

long as mental growth is con-I To Open In April ; information by writing to Alco- I children may com- in con-luc! Mare-u-,. -:', at 10.I 00 o'clock A Al'iy
'ourt Hou.-e
in StarkFlorida"
the idea of declining lJOhcs Anonymous P. o. Box 401. : tact with the poisoned material '''ul'l House I
tinuing Approval of the charter by C. 1.1 I IGay I j'y in Starke .'Iorlda. I I: 'WMBR
: will
| foii.sjd.-r the fM
Keystone Heights. Fla. application ofi'.n Jasl -
years does not mean so much to Strangely enough. contrary to the -
1111 f"
state comptroller, and by the I l 1..II..r" of Administra
persons in the higher age brackets. Federal I'j Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr usual order, the marksman ;Is said tion, 1II..n| I Ii.. Estate u( Ben PHI.
Deposit Insurance
Corporation !' ,,
!
an will
he
spent the weekend to be r "icl..n.'C'
in i-otirt ruing
Recent evidence tends to support Atlantavisiting j a woman and suspicion
have cleared the way for I' Ith- .<.1..1| ..l.-.n.-- of l the ail Tirn
this contention he said. Several their daughter Anne whe points to a m3.las the poisoner i n.-n an,i tii- 'Ir. uiii-Miirt, > and iluran'oii .

examples from his own experience. opening Heights.of a state bank in Keystone is. attending Agnes Scott CollegeMr. I Poison is usually considered ? i 1K th--ir.f 1""I \ in.in, 'miiitv .Jud > n-j I

at Moose Haven. including one of G. E. I and Mrs. Werner of Kansaf woman's weapon. Besides being :S'2! It :3 :::i
Wiggins who was recently City. Mo. are moving into th- about the lowest form of human i _
man who rame to Florida 15
a \niiuin
I elected president of the | MMMMI
>ears ago and is still living a use- proposedbank Nelson cottage vacated by the | animal a dog poisoner is. we unI I I.. rtrruit (....r.. llrailfvnt. Coutv
said Cashier Dave ,, __ _
Folsom I
j
Weilands. who 11'luri.I 1 rimnrerr.
ful life. are moving inu- | derstand. a criminal ( if caught ). _
will arrive from 1 T.'ila\ Virginia' / Moore, Plaintiff v-.
The former University of Michigan Chipley sometime Mr. Mecklen's house on Lake i In other words, there is a law LavrenrJrn.t: Moore lh.fI' it

during March and that present Geneva. !i against it. Cas.-\ ?'. 96sf
who teaches ..
professor now % .fI. To Appear. Htc'd"
plans are for the bank to open during -f Mrs. W. C. .
To "
one' course at the University of McCreary has returned -i ,! : Lawrence !1-: '
ApriL"The home and has 1 ii.-" ri.lenie\ i I.- I: I .
Florida also reported that there i? bank was incorporated with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse as her guests In ('Irr" t ('"uU HraiUuril Count? \'Jrnia.' 2 :. For I'l'Miplflc! i l1II\fltI1. : !! "I'I !tin- ; \
Hill ..
definite dt-cline from one former I'loriil.i; I lit ( II.-IIKT: r). YHH,) :IVP hereby < I '' a ;
a
age 50.000 Capital stock -and $25,000surplus Keystone residents. The Hills now .-.rlldP.\ Halt.!'. Plaintiff vs Msil.ra: : Milt for Pivoroe .. ..ii.l"f .mvraiii) > Itvnaik-uM,! : 11\ 1'1' ( I is; Radio) k i 1.\ "

group to another on the basis of I stock. Wiggins emphasize1 live in Beaumont Texas. 1 \. Rates: Defendant. t'a"s. \o. Mi7''> maiilcn 11:0" I li, ,iI i- dI .. .- S ... radio :set at !Ii.l; < m tiu> KM) I dial! i :
test :jonler rubliriillon" .\ ,iiI "No(inTo :.lg.tinst si'', 11"".- .,f -
performances.The that the bank is local- The 'i,I .. :; (CODFKKY;( ) ; JACK J'.HNNV: ) '
completely cashier of the new bank ) |>|riir; !Male or Florida Tot Court a J'.j II"J :t \
survey based on studies :i Ma lira I! ,, .. i 1'1l1ir..I' I .. .
Mr. Folsom \ Ial"h; t <- residence !1I I'- "''I' ''Iiir ANDY (CHARL1K '
ly-owned. .McCARTHY
and
his wife have \ Al ; !
made Moose Haven residents arrived -i\TV" I;. N"iv.-il Air Station. Corpus'christa. t. I I' I .
among Officers are Wiggins president: in Keystone ani will live ;,-. T.-\a( I II ton I i'' I i- .\ I I' II I II I S.. I H. MORROW srSPEXSK I 1.1"i l I |L\\\ h
who range in age from the Miss Tillis' I You are t ,'qllir.1| to a"IO-:lr r>n 1 I r''I -h! ,P 1.I u.sonvnl I : _
Albert Nelson vice-president and house on Lake hore '' I I f KEl'LAH GENE AlTm
late 50s to early 90s. show that ; > March, .4. It'.J.: in, the :almve named1j : mil'" I Iii riI Till
.
Folsom, cashier. Members of the Drive I j Court and ran---; wher.-it plaintiff I : in t iii,- .. ,if : )I. : S Cisco; KID HOPALONC( ; CASSIDY: ,
although there individual Cir. nit Ciir f ,. I I. '
are many Mr. and Mrs. I seeks! divorce anil! tor.ititn olflail.'fl o '.1' I
,variations central tendencies showa Board of Directors are J. Edwin Herbert Williamswho natP.rntIfr1 l Comity t ii.l it'f ;5l.ir-h.) H. M' '. ,i.of i. GANGIU'STERS: -- those art- just) : a tVw ot t ,
Larson ate building a new home Telegraph --h.ill I I luil.lish I I thN i Order iii-ia' allJ! i 1 II S ,
I Nelson. Wiggins Frank on I I gnat names in (CBS Radio
with IIH t iVn conf 'ii'MIll
decline years.A I the Melrose Road I in next t"UI".k\) is-.ti.-j :i' *- I F V
N. Walrath Jr., A. G. Louden, overlooking'; I Witness niv hand: .mil official I This! notu 0 -hall ,'
and .
question answer period Folsom and R. L. Walker. Lake Geneva are in Keystone i "":tl at Starke. Kli.rida.\. :MilFehrii- i.ncf ,-.t.ii ivi-i k foi i ii HEAR RED SKELTON
I i i\\I. ; WMBRFMnn
followed. staying at the White are 15.IFFICT.L!i. 1f>..2. in tliPrailf. i 'I 1 on
Feathei i ( SEAI. .\ T Thomas. I gi.ii'ip.t.,1) )
Mrs. Sidney Godwin of 'Gainesville Court. They expect to be in theirnew AB Clerk ofaid Court i ti I,:- 2Tti> a.i.\ > r 96.1 on your KM dial]

historian of. Florida Federated Personal ItemsThe home soon. r'-,. Myrtle T Denver. n..JIIII'Iprk ,I l 1"! :.?
I ... : (OFFICIAL SK.\L; ;> A .! Tlioma-,
Women's ; ? )la n. lies. :S04-0"; Hiiaranty Life ;,
Clubs sang several Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Newins havr rt.1 .. Jacksonville, Florida. c|. ik ..f tin- CinMiit Coin' Tilt: UI: ) liELTnat;; : : FSI I'IKHiKM;):
numbers by Stephen Foster. 'ommunity Church \Von'en just returned from I Attyo. for Plf 2! :22:! 4t :3 t 14 Fly M\r'l., I T 1 l'i\.r. 1101'11".1',1.| | ..
observed World Day of P'ay- Winter Parkwhere I I|I I I "'". 4t 3 I"oiin !'oliOis erie of radio1 rOUO.oiiM v>u like
She also the
reported on project ,
they attended
the annua'..
to
If the er on Friday. Feb. 29. They followed \o i'li: ivniviiov: 10 ; most hilarious half-hour. hate the completeVMIini
( women's clubs to have a meeting of the Florida \ : 'In1'1'111: I '.5.
Divi.-ion .
the used of 111a'n:1I: ; : ric'i niofsv >n: \ >!> IU.1U Siiicilule. I -
all
monument built to the famed program by the Notice i j" In Circuit ( ourl. llraiironl Count'. :
com- Audobon Society on the' herelixKiv.n that th" i lUiTs: a riot. whether he'*
at White churches all over the world exceptfor '""'..r..l lRned. unilr the provisions I ', free of charge! ? It
poser Springs. Plans include Campus of
the special music which was Rollins College. Mr. j of Chapter :2ft..4:r.S:! Laws of Floridae ,, I; i the mean Middle kid or will Inmailed.
an amphitheater and a bell Xewins is a past president of the \ |.s of 1S41. will register with the Refinance Your Debts I't'l'ularl.If

carillon with the entire structure furnished by Linda Walker and Florida Division of the Society. clerk of the Circuit Court in and';' With a :2OYcarInterest Willie Lump Lump. Wednesday \ou \\ rite your request to
Bobbie Bastedo and male I I for rvadford County, State of FloriIda. 1 I
to be financed by contributions. a quartet I Mrs. Wm. L. Musser and children -I upon receipt of proof of )pnliljj'cation night at !9 is thetime \\':\lImF1': <). Ko51X7 \
under the direction of :Miss Cleva I ', of this notice, thp fictitious< | Federal Land Bank !
spent the week in ; Ja'koooD\illt' 7,1"1"11.
I Carson. A special offering was Tampa I name of POYLF. The Cleaner tln- for Krd.:
New Subdivision visiting Mrs.! Musser's! father am' der! which I nm entered in liitMn.-.. : Farm Loan da.
taken which amounled to $25 and ( at 40< West' Call St Stark.Floriil.i- ,
mother. Mrand Mrs. Michae' 1 .1 P OnOWII"I'. ('..,. :Monroe SHE
ON
South which along with $10 given by the: THE AIR 24 Hours
Opened
I Whited. Mrs. Whited and her anil\ .Jefferson! St' ti rk. Flovi.la! ; : A Day
Daylight Circle will go to six missions I I Dated thH 2l I-t '.1a'F.I'rllIIT: H. W. HKYAN
Of Lake GenevaA brother, Claude spent last weekend \P. I\! r,2; at !Starke. r.radford
; '
sponsored by the United 'iL'2; X :\Ialll, Street KLORIIHS) ) \ MOST
with the Mussers.Mr. 1 County., Florida. : I'OWERKt RADIO STATION( ti(1:! {){)( W ATTS:;
Council of Church Women. Threeof 2 '22 4t :: '1 14MITKI i ;'iH.ii.i 'I. Florida
new 32-lot lake-front subdivision and Mrs. Leo H. Power-
these are home missions and
; is being developed southof and Mrs.
just EsteUe
Chollar froir
three are foreign missions.A : : 'I 0 .tpiT.ui:
Lake Geneva near Keystone Dion, N. Y. visited this week :at In Clrrnil Court. llrailford Coiinti.riorlilii .
Toun-en Supper and Community In ( .
hancerr.F'h.e ..
Heights. Twenty-two of the the home of Mr. : -- .. _....... .. _
lots and
Mrs. John P. -- .___ .. ....__
..
.n. .
Sing will be held :Scellato. IMaiiit.ff \ . : -
have frontage on Lake Hutchinson by the Powers.S. :S> ellato.: PefelMlatlt; C.i-e \ ; .. .. .. .. .. .... !c- . !_' -: . . ..;.;0;.....
Community Church on Friday '. ... : : : : : :-"
7'-0
and 10 on Lake Lily. The subdivision Soffri.tppcnr. : : ___..__ : ___ : : : : : : : -
night. Mar. 7. at 6:0::: in the Clut E. McKay spent this week in || T..- Anna !'1""lIa'o."I ., . ., --- ..- . .
has been named "Whippoor- Aberdeen Md. il I 1. nee and addre-'s l 1- "i7"7 i \ !,., I.-.-... I .
House. with the Olivers. I.-- r . .
Everyone is welcome. = : ; ;; ;.1 ... ... ---ei -4 -
will Park." tine. Brooklyn. XYOI'h. ='tw:.c..as_,..,. u;!, ,.. : '., .>,, ,, ,...,.. ... ... . :::: .:.: '. II. :. : :::
rome and bring a covered and Mrs. Allen . :::. ::.: .:. .
dish and Capt. Forward 'I .
You are hereby notified i' M .. . . ,
'
A road has been extended to the . : . ::: : . .':-... ..........:. .. .. L .
.... .
own and visited this suit for Divorce has been f il 1 .
your plate cup. week with Mrs. Forward's .. .. .. . .. '*1 I I .
property and sand has been pumped against you In the abo1.:1'1"?,: ] !ii] : '

along the water front to pro- I regular The Woman's Club will hold its mother. Mrs. Meuse. j I Court and cause and you :aie required : :.:...' : : : .:': ,.:.:.: .. .. ..... .. ... ......, .. .'. '. I. ..,. I '. I -' -- f .b : :. ::: .:.; ,
meeting to of '- .
on Tuesday, Mar. Mrs. Mark W Bowsher serve a copy your answer _" _________ .
vide each of the lots with beach. and son, or pleading to the complaint, ::.::::::::: : :::.::::.: .. .' ;": __ .: ."
a : :
11 3 :.: --. .
at p.m. in the club house. Phillip Wapakonete.. Ohio wereguests the Plaintiff'1111111' T Fi.ink . ..... ... ...... ............. Ji..I
Four lots have just been soc) This is on v. i . . \Eck: ... ,. ,
a business meeting and ne last wei-k of Dr. and Mrs I L.inilrum., Starke, .Florida ami fil I.- .. : .
and the owners will "' vicinal In the office of thei .
.
probably start "
, special program has been preparedOn Clerk of the Circuit Court. on or, 1..I. \1.- \ ___. c4, c\. --,.... 19 .. .. .
.
building on them in 30 HollMr. -...
to CO Tuesday Mar. 13. the Clut : Hats-r -troth ports that ,t.1 .' the :24th! day of Mai. h. r.Ti2.! :; : j .. .. I'L -.*- -... .. _____ 'r ( '

otherwise. : the_ ..allegations. ., : of. -.iidi.. II
>''lllll.l Will UC' KlIM-II il- i "11- I If.svd ,
by you ....
i This notice shall be published I : : -I ._ s 4 -

WOIW! 8 1( 14 :flULLt.: ,' i.nee Telegraph.veeks each week in the for Bradford four consecutive County- ;'' : : \ % __ C, ...


. Kited tlii.s) :0th day; of F.-lnu.in .. ....... .. .
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I r"::,2. :- : . :-: .
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(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.. ,

;'y Myrtle Clerk T. n.of-a.er the. Deputy Circuit c-rk Court| |I' # \ __- \\ \ > -

9JYAUPJTC :;: :::_ 4t :' 11 \ I __ __ ._. _. .._. .


In (In-uit ('ulIf, Itraillonl ('oiintr.rioriiln I:
: In hanrrrj..

W 1dm Dennett. Plaintiff \ J-.nr-" : -"":' ::., .......... '
Yvonne Bennett DefendantCase e !
_
;; .w
,
= .
;; $ ,
Electric ;No s'ti; i -
Range
Order Of Pulilloaliiiniiil Nulire. 'Ipprart 1"Si
0laslant.Heat Inlr Of I'loriila Tn:
'I-.nine Yvonne )*,'nlwl 4 t. Ii.." I irti i--
Calrod Unit I Three Spacious Storage Drawers I / nre .i Is! : DulI..raJg'-' -, :\1! ]
.
''Afrit a. ,
S 6-qt. Deep-Well Thrift Cookerl! .. required, to "" .. .. ..
Yon are appear! ,.;.;:;::......: .
March" 17. 19.ri2.: in the a""' "- ii.i Ill' ilroiirt
S This and cause wherein plaintiff:
beautiful new Hotpolnt Electric Range is fully seeks! divorce. P.radford r-.tmtv"

automatic with features T.'l'-craph shall pulilish this 'ru.I i ......... .....,.,.,..... ..
you ordinarily find on the .. .;.;. ;;::.;...... ... ..".
highest-priced models only ,,,_ i n.-xt four weekly 1 issuesVitness ..:.:::..:...:.:..;...;..:-.:...:..;..;..:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:...:..:..:.:.::.:.:.:.:..;..;......
hand and off 1.,1! .
yet it's priced remarkably low. \ my '''''''':''
So il at Starke, Florida this F. I l'iu r..........
\ easy to use that anyone can cook and bake ith it, this \ ..v 1 12:!, 1932.OFFICIAL: :
: ;:;: 41st Annual Financial Statement
.
full-farailr-size
Hotpoint will give ( ( SEAL) A J Thomas.As .
of
you years clean, Clerk of aid dun! i iHv coccoc. .'.* December .. .. .. . _
cool fait electric cooking. Check its top-value! features Myrtle T. Peaver. Deputy ClerkChan ;.;.;._ M 19H ----- i

.. then come in soon and see it! ., H IT I'!'". :104-05! Ouaranty: Iif. ASSETSBonds
fide .Iai'k"on\ille', Florida
At'vs- fir rif. 1OTICI I 1- 4t' -

U. S. Government $ 6389848.20

> ': TO trrntn I IIn Stale, County and tMu.nl ; 13,030,530.: : : Dad
Thanks
rtrriilt Court, Ilriulforil Cnuntr.Plorldn to
: In ( hnnrrrr. j Railroads 1456491.88

Paul i S Kii'hard' Plain! Iff II"hllI. i Unites 6,129,130.01 .
( I ie IrenKi<-hard. Defendant: Miscellaneous
489,362.62
Case N't'iit'1! ,
Notlre To Appenr. I Stocks:
T.. Johnsie Irene Ui. hards. nb's.den.e .- 400,326.25 A pretty good measure of a man is his insurance polity. hid
,, I.-i:
211 1
-. N. c I is' n..III"ll1 \ ; Utilities 1408032.26 took his out when he and Mom were married. lie wanted hero


.....,I!{ .iII:,,Y.-u, are for herebv divorce notified has that been a I Tint Industrial Mortgage Loans.onIunprovedflealEstate 1527480.50 ha\ e something for a rainy day

d afrainst you in the above named -
,I'i'iirt and cause and you are required | 37,228,857.95 It was changed as each of the kids came along. It was

to serve a copy of your anfw.r I R &1 Estate 882A&91
or pleading: to the complaint Policy Loans 4,656,3vl.57 changed again to make sure He got our schooling. The kids

T m E'ans the Plaintiffs and ;Neal Attorneys.P Evans Evan Jr j i Cash 4019387.41 arc grown now. So Dad altered: his policy still another time-

____ : k "toI>aw, Florida Exchange and P.uilding file the ,origin.Jackonville j|: Premiums Due and Accrued 2862822.02 back to w hat it was at first.

t-i a' in the office of the Clerk of the Interest Due and Accrued 449438.47
... ', the 31stdav Yes. Thanks Dad we've all had life the
T mt Court on or hf-fore 80930556.19 : to a good through
I of Mar.'h. 19:.!: otherwisethe.
t. allegation* of said Complaint LIABILITHSUgal ears. His life insurance policy is a good measure of t mighty

will be taVen a" confessed by you.
', Thl nonce" shah o* published Resins on all Policies 64800697.11 good man!

M' once each week for four consecutive Claims Reported: Proofs Incomplete 20 1.885.14
"
weeks In the Bradford County Tele C
graph. I Premiums and Interest Paid i in Advance 870,767.84

I liated this 27th day"! February. Reserve for Taxes 298,068.05
I
,., I II Agents' Cash Bond. and Your Gulf I Life agent will be glad I to explain how your policy

....- I OFFL'1.U.. Clerk SEAL of the) A Circuit J. Thomas" Cnurt, :;'! Accrued Commissions . 441678.43 may be altered to meet the changing conditions of your life

i'h.- By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy 3 29 4t Clerk\3 21 !| Employee's Retirement and Benefit Plan 1.988.543.31 and how its value increases every year. Better call him today

Miscellaaeous R&I.".. 712628.27
lo I' and talk things o\er. It could be the most valuable 1 convem-
\OT1CK TO APPEAR TOTAL 69314268.15 .
1't
i.>...... Florida In Chancery. Contingency Reserve 1500000.00
.
". "'l'h' u" S WentJiell. Pb in' 'ff 1 .. Surplus 8116288.04
"'..n7.'-II. Pefelllll'"
_il '.. N.. "." Capital Stock. 2.000.000.00 ,
4 What back of the million plus GulJ Lijepoiscics andtte
.
l Not Ire To Appear.T. Surplus for Protection of All
:::... .. .!I' '
ll.iV. r.'z- : w agents u'hoQd after them? Thityear-tnJbalance tbttt
\\J \'nJ..r.. B. Policyowner . 616288.04

L.m .. -* World's fastest Hi.Sp.td J broiler for chartool-liVe broiling Titanium Toil are.n herel.y notif'ed% ; that a { 80930556.19: I tells the story oj Gulf Life's strength and security.
suit for Divorce has been filed i
porceloin enamel top and body-Kratth and odd resistant s Automatic 'i' aa'n-t you in the at>(,, e named .I I
Court and cau'e and yuu are
269.95cups even temperature control S 60- ninutt Time-m.ojurt with bell t Two re.1
. electric j i Ii i Insurance In Force $591,315,017.00
wtltrs-one
timed. Turns
on toffee pot automatically! CoolIng -

surface light Ov.n i Relief Beyond Belief j
clock
liming and indicator light t Oven end I

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:Modern :Mattress Factory Gainesville; Fla.!'I ,Joe Peters Glass; Co. Gainesville, Fla. Albert) H. Miller Electrical Contracting Gainesville Fla.fi f :Sewing Center Gainer ilk I-la. I

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:Modern Mattress Factory are fine materials to select your covers :, Joe Peters Glass Co. located at ; estimates on glass for every pur- Albert H. Miller is serving the i home. if not the world. iI j Sewing Center, located at 107. bought it, and there i i- m<
fine "}.IA T- made from. Take your I;318 NW 13th Street, in Gainesville, Glass store front Suburban of this of the I
manufacturers of to be posePlate construction area part With advances made in recent Svears ::I. E. 1st Street, in Gainesville, that you do not know !1001\.

TRESSES." They are one of the old furniture down and let them ,':Florida, are your dealers for Mirrors. Desk tops. I State in a most able way giving I, you should consult expert Florida, are dealers for I with it, or some atta. hn<"' .

best known in this section for their put new slip covers on them, "Give Jalousies" CLEAR VIEW VENETIAN Furniture Tops Picture Frames, I his customers the best to be had I to attend to the installations and 'PFAFF" World Famous you do not know how ;o 11'" "

quality of RENOVATING them that New Look." enjoy living WINDOWS "5-In-l" Structural Glass in color for Bath \ in electricaliring and repairs in care of electrical equipment as i i !Since 1S62. The Sewing Machine I ly call Mr Dreher ,II'.' -' .,

) just furniture, enjoy its The smart outside combination Rooms, Interior Channels 'residential and industrial work
MATTRESSES th/y are I with your and Auto' 1 they are familiar with regulation* I 1 1i t t hat:! sews everything without atchments. at her convenience ilia I,.'

like new when they leave their freshness! and beauty. I outside Venetian Blind. Storm Safety Glass installed while you : 1 Located on Ocala Road. Gaines i required by City and State inspec- 1 L Select any stitch on i point ment with v .j ai'.i. t. .

place, and at one-third the cost of Hospitals institutions and other I :Shutters, Prowler Guard ventilation wait. They guarantee their Glassin ville. Florida. Phone i$:I. lion laws and fire Under-wnters 11'1 t he: PPAFP magic dial -- free, how to ,;.M >ie n, ,uh '.

a new one. They are located at volume users are given a special I and light control, and coolest all lines. and strive to please; Albert H. Mlr! 1$ your authorized If you are planning on building a dial it" the way you do your now owni & Vi t ;

218 SE 3rd Ave. in Gainesville discount on volume renovating or Ii summer awning.M. their customers. "FAIRBANKS MORSE' Fran home or rewiring your old home' ]r ra.1io--and sew. Sew any stitch have biii.:: rl-, a-i", -- .

Florida. Phone 3718. manufacturing of their fine Mat- L. Shea says "If it's GLASSwe The Managers of this firm are
Bring your Old Mattress in with I tresses. Their Mattresses are I. have It." There are many thoroughly familiar with all phases sells and installs, water pumps, consulting this reliable firm, for (, I II double weight woolens. In fact, (oo will s, ,. \\ p., :a >

:)'ou in the morning and take it known for their fine and lasting I t things that we could set along of the Glass business. Fair and Hot Water Heaters Water softeners -I proper planning of the wiring. :anything that can be St."wn'ou ice.

home in the afternoon. .)'OU don't Quality throughout this section of j p without in this world of ours but honest business methods at all Washing Machines, Ironers lighting and other details, which'I ,
have to be out of the use of it for the State. When your Mattress is 'could we get along without Glass i[!'times. individual service to every Lawn "I o\\"t'I'S. Gasoline! Engines, will save you a thousand inconveniences 't ; A beginner becomes I .'Us, th X.

even a night. They Renovate and made over they will also chance ,' ;!and it's allied products ? "'e would I I' customer. this along with their Generator. Hammer Mills and can when your home or bunt, : n expert on a PFAFF. Service> I :n.my UMMn, ,\ t's

Sterilize and re-make 'your old the size too, if you desire the 'say ":\0." More glass is used in superior merchandise has been responsible assist you in i getting your lighting ness is completed and Parts available evenwhen'FULLY 'Kikes, Th. 1"-

mattress JUST LIKE NEW. If change. I j| the; country today than ever before I for much of the beauty (bet ure-. Their skill and satisfactory GUARANTEED. these ma !hu,< t \" "t."' I

you wish an inner spring made t of It is a genuine pleasure for us Many of our modern homes would I I and comfort in the progress of The electucal contractor todayis service and fairness in dealing The most beautiful cabinet-- i, [Hits f.I"r ;", ', '. ni.;: I,

it they can do that also. to recommend this well known surprise you if you knew how muchof Gainesville on- of the key men in the in- I with the people of this section you've ever seen to go with you!i ,: will give \ -. i.'"'

Modern Mattress Factory also firm to our readers and we would the outside was of glass. and surrounding terri du.strialvoild.. We cannot begir have earned for them a reputation home decorating scheme. There'-., v 'U,1' 1 ;, I'

do all types of fine upholstery suggest that you contact them, for For the very best and the superior tory. The Management is strivingto to estimate what it would mean tc which has traveled all-ov this i PFAFF cabinet to lend charm 100. They ha\ ,

Gliders, Studio Couches, Living fine service that you will find entirely | Glass, see or call Joe Peters do the impossible please be without ...Iedl.kitand the area. In making a home livable. any room. the most popular mo
Room Suits made like new. Go satisfactory and reasonable I! Glass Co., who will gladly give free everybody. electrical] contractoi: it is afe tc this contractor is a real asset tc I..are shown on their floor. '.\ iys iloin! .. hll\

in and see their wide assortment of,I in price.. I II I say 'hat electricity runs all the Gainesville and this community. II I! Sewing Center offers outsi i-: ,i -',wins; n. it

Adkins :Manufacturing ('0.l Gainesville. Fla. I II I II|I ins service to their many en-, '-'ntt'ti; ,

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Central Florida business College: Gainesville, Fla. !l Adkins Manufacturing. located Woor Crates. Tipton's Venetian 1 Hinds Gainesville Fla. ,ia friends. If you hay An"I i '> _

I, at South Main Street, in I i, Adkins Manufacturing Company II i I sewing machine, regardless i fi i PFM-'I!.
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Central Florida Business College -, there are trained personnel and j Gainesville Florida, are manufacturers -,, Feature Quality products at all Tipton's Venetian Blinds. located the blind that's as easy to live i "make, regardless of where you 'I treat in .1*. ,' \

located at 210 N\V 15th Ter- i these with top pay. in Private Busi. ofVIRE BOUND times in their crates and this at at 1207 N. W. 5th Ave. in Gaines- with as it is to look at The ,

rate in Gainesville, Florida. Inj i ness, Professional and Government 1 WOODEN CRATES." This is a most reasonable prices. They have ville. Florida are manufacturers ALL FLEX ALUM Blind. ,G.; G. & J. W. I

these times it is necessary that I jobs j {j j''home-owned industry furnishing won wide acceptance throughout of quality Venetian Blinds. and Tipton's Venetian Blind, under Kirkpatrick Realtors t ..iim'ill.i J i.:,

"Shorthand" becomes a second Go to this well known College! Wire Bound Wooden Crates supply both the wholesale and retail the able management of John W. j o u.- &- j w. Kirkpatrick. located .
the countryas a whole wherever lately i,, ."
language. Central Florida Busi- and apply yourself, for just say 90 i I ]for all types of crating and pack- j trade with custom made blinds. Tipton are a progressive firm and j at 31 N. Alain Street in u-
they have sold their product. These i i 1 once jus- .ht : ,
ness College has a special presentation SHORT DAYS then takeji| i ng. All standard crates you 'an :: Tailor-made for your individual have won wide acceptance in this\ (Gainesville, Florida, are Realtors -;
crates are made sturdy and strong you. one 'tI! i' 'IJ"i l
which makes for a second language stock of your acquired, accomplishments [j 1 order i in quantity for your requirements hut light. helping to keep down 1,I need. Be sure of the quality you vu-inity. They are not only known I j.since 1924. in everything in Real also can "!: \ in !Il l' II'I

in a very short time. They and your friends will be very I but if you have a condition over-all. :': get when you buy your next Venetian -. for quality Venetian Blinds at reasonable Estate, Homes Groves Rentals st. ,
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weight products i possibility I ,
give you personalized instructionin much surprised at your accuracyand to exist that is not a standard I Blinds so demand "FLKXA- prices, but likewise for i Property I fil II
but great stability in !strength' isgiven management. They are Some of tli .tge.t! ? 1 ,
Stenography Bookkeeping and ) ability to do a very good job production for the Company, then : LUM", ami you will get the best. their extreme courtesy and willingness one of the best I
by them being a Wire Hound known firms in the investments '! e l h. .
Secretarial courses. They Rive the at taking Shorthand. Mrs. Lillian just contact Mr. S. K Jackson i Wooden Crate. : The lasting' quality beauty and : to render a genuine ser\-! business, serving this and the erties bought 'hcit .
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benefit of monthly rates. Day and Caldwell has trained many in this and he will help you work out the durability are built right into them. ice to their many dealers their -
i This firm is known throughout section of Florida. ment and capab. n.hi. 'I
Night Classes. For full informa- section, at Florida University and necessary specifications and manu this I Made right, installed right and customers and the: public in general. :, have made They
section of the country for gen- : it a business Real Estate business < .' '
tion Phone :3904, but better still go other places of business throughout ; facture that in quantity production i: they add comfort and beauty giving j practiceat
nine service to their all times to have many properties
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in and have a personal talk with this section of the State as too. i! your house a distinctive decorative They are always alert to the the th.1
and their friends. and are I interest of the you a handsome it d tin-! :'
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Mrs. Lillian Caldwell and get the well as many who are away from This well known firm not only 1 effect that can only be ob- needs of the community and the public, for
; public spirited and always alert to' | through their chased and held for '
farts from her first hand, explain- I here. She is very capable and hasa I supplies Wire Bound Wood Crate> the i tained through the use of Vene- customer and maintain a repair efficient service and pti.u I -s
need of anything that will careful I crease their value lI: ,
help 1 \
ing to you how quick you can become personal interest that will be to the Florida trade but they are 'I to tian Blinds. service second to none. They repair -I operation they have made
increase community I as a whole is ," ,
prosperity. a better ton nniMi"I pledge 0
efficient at taking dictationand especially appealing to you as a I shipped all over the United State! You are cordially invited to ; Tilt cords :are lorked in place, renovate and retape your I community in which to, that the best i Rst.i'e; "

Shorthand. With her special student. principal volume of the shipments them pay | make operating this blind a cinch Venetian blinds. For free estimates live. A large volumn of businessis :' Kstate".
visit
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ized service, her ability as a teacher This is the day and age of r to Southeast United States. Meeting to call to the attentionof the plastic tape and cordthe! alu- Phone 4931. transacted from their office in I worth for I value and \t''fr '
and the method she uses you the necessary requirements for all minum slats all wipe clean with We especially recommend them Real Estate theirs being one of
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will be astonished at how soon you we urge our all the demands in Wire Bound I Co. Manufacturing a stroke keep their shape and I to our readers and urge you to j i the most active firms engaged in I existence
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will be ready for a well paying jobas readers to take advantage of this; 5216. p. looks practically forever; insist! onAnnis support a Florida Industry'. I i this line of business They have I Thus i ma' s.. < .

an efficient fine service A. J. Harvey I II owners and assistantr
secretary. Thereare offered by Central I'lumbeA. r Gainesville, Fla. a keen sense of values and always I I
more jobs to be filled than IPre'att's Florida Business College. ,!, I informed and are ren-letih.I ; ,
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West you Huildini; Supplies Inc. Gainesville Fla. .110 t
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Upholstery Shop Gainesville; Fla. i ing yule is Florida.their Plumbing and heat- Today with the aid of a good Annis Building Supplies Inc. lo1 1 building and most all of them you ,! I town or the country, they are always praise. I is citizens !lik- | i ,

specialty. They do plumber and heating company you, cated at 72ti: South Main Street. will find at their place. Because of i 1 able to give the of this concern who hit' 1 in _
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Prevatt's Upholstery Shop They deal in second-hand antique new and remodeling plumbing' can have hot and cold water in the in Gainesville Florida, are manufactures i many rapid changes and improve- 1 advice values sponsible for the Cominun,,, ,'

cated at 1016 NE 15th Place 10-1 furniture and they are considered i Along with their contract house whether in the city or, Well-engineered i ment in building materials they on and can immed- crease in population

Gainesville, Florida Phone with you they are able to supply country. A small boiler or furnace "CONCRETK\ BLOCKS" that meet I i are able to make many valuable :, "

This firm does all types of repairing authorities. Their judgment -! you with anything in plumbing thermostatically controlled 'the specifications of Architects i suggestions. I BUS -
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refinishing and upholstering i I should be very helpful in I supplies by the leading Manujfacturers. the temperature just to suit the and builders throughout the country You will find a visit to their" Special Eienls fakes. Gainesxille.; Fla. I

of antiques and modern furniture'l making your selection. If you. '' Phone For prompt ser\'icel individual regardless of the out- 1| as a whole. Their blocks 'are in place highly beneficial in ht"lp,1! -nll..rrf'-....-... '.". "l"'_<_-,.aullug_,,_,__ 111. i I I use and
They also specialize in 3112 and you will get the side 1 great demand by all in the trade "CAKES' see hej cak.(1( ,Id, | k ""
furniture is scratched from yearsof best in weather conditions, and requires j i ing you to formulate and select for Weddings Birth of the service
make the houses of this community I both plumbing and heat- who have used them. and are being 'days
attention only the best type materials suitable j' and special .
wear, this shop will surpriseyou once or twice event Cakes i She is .
into homes has been the ing. They are thoroughly used Petifors always aleit I i tol!tI. ,,, ,
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experienced daily. This heat may be turned off eventype for use in your type plan of construction i Mints. Velma nuzzard'cakes *' ': of her o
primary aim of this progressive at the results. by removing the in both new construction or on in any part of the house and 1 where permanency is foremost. The and too. because of their i! are known throughout thi..,.1 customers and I t th.. .'.-n, i
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shop whose management believesby old paint and varnish sanding; and repair plumbing or altera- i is more economical than old 1 public as a whole have found this broad experience you will find I section for their artistic quality, for tin- .1 I, .".ra'| "( I

carrying out this aim they can down the natural finish of the tions. methods. to be the cheapest construction I them able and willing, because of in design and taste. She is known I through her service I 11,1 I iI, ? .,,11.

serve the community in a very Important wood and refinishing it to a bright Your plumbing! and heating is Plumbing properly installed i is a that they can build and they have their vast !store of building ma- for her ability in helping you solve special many birthdays events wed.h'i/-' ",'<
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manner. They have spared new luster. Your furniture will i most essential from the standpointof convenient and safe guard to' I I met the demands of all the critics terials, and knowledge to assistin decorating arrangements! for special ful, of her colt I til and,, t. <1'

nothing to give every man and have a new look at a small cost. economy as well as convenience' health. Where city water is not from an architectual standpoint many of your building problems. days, whether it be hand made I bl''aus the public cakrIf -

woman in this section 'an oppor- Their upholstery department has I and health that enters into our available, properly designed pressure .::1 I : many structures are built Their building supplies are espe- flowers or other decorations ant! how artist could <.irtprehend ,!\ '

tunity to have a tastefully, if not on hand all types of materials with: modern every day living. systems with an elect lie I with blocks. cially adaptable to all types of designs. What ever the event, with i these cakes are, made .nil, I I vi

elaborately furnished home. It is the latest designs and patterns to I I| Not many years ajro/ a big fireplace pump in the basement gives you I : Annis Building Supplies Inc. car I construction built in this sectionof her ability as an artist, she can: I could only by ir.-u P.ui. tb, I>i..

a mistake to think it takes a for- choose from. These are furnished I l with possibly a big dutch L the same advantage as city water., ,, ry complete line of building materials the country, including residential help you to solve your problem I lutely pure uldc'rstalo and \ t

tune to furnish a home attractively to the trade in the best quality ob'l j I oven at one side served for We recommend you see A. J. Harvey for new homes remodelingand commerical. industrial and Bussard's feature quality always j are, there would not.1"1'\1'b.' .1 i ', II"'
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enter- tainable anywhere All whether you plan a new : farm buildings. If you are plan- service incorporates I in the
cooking and home repairs as near as possible i a community who \\ ",",Iii ., '
prising there is business firm can show you and furniture woik is .uPholsterY'1 I heating. This arrange- or remodel. under present conditions. There I ning on erecting a building of any broad scope of arrangements and:1', be a patron to this < iii in, > !r' 'I h

no good reason why an staff of experienced H. II tolson I are numerous items for the con I kind get in touch with Annis Build design that fits any. Budget. j.the occasion arises to i >

ambitious man with a normal income thoroughly understand this important : :. = HooKKeeping Service (Gainesville: Fla. 'niction and completion of aI I ing Supplies Inc. for your needs "This Special Occasion Cake Serv,service. The i-xtrenn 1..1< u. .'
should not live in a home ice", is a well '
work. For free estimatesand "i n poison. known servicrI into ,
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furnished attractively in every detail information phone or visit Tax Service, located 3 SE 1st Ave i! lieves him of the sales and i.- I throughout this section of rhe.1| and decorating i- a "r' ',.

this shop. in 5006 Gainesville, Florida Phone; an accurate worries account of of keeping hi--'i Grady; CabinetVorKs) -* ***. Gaines\ille Fla.sequence I State that has built for her a largerepeat I Iof, brought about skill and, .1 ,i,

Residence Phone 2911 Ala business. Correct records i business through recommendation I. painstaking effmtWe t

chua. Florida offers a most complete a business may ntkeep ,! Grady Cabinet Work-, 1821 E. | are gaining new onesevery t, Il\'it' all of om, ,' :, .
Gainesville: man or merchant of
Air Service Gainesville! Fla. service to the business; man from failing but will i' Unl'ersitAve.. in Gainesville.I I day. and a reputation for> customers and'!! make use of this -|1"> '< i,( | '

Gainesville Air who doesnt require a full time I increase! hances undoubtedly' Florida are known throughoutthis fine cabinet work that is spreading I, .friends that have had occasion tc: for every occasion)) .
Service 4 1-2 of
attained making a sue-
I easily even though it re bookkeeper They make a : part of the State for their in this section. '
miles out Jacksonville Highway at specialty desCo in and see H. II Colsor. :
I hard
quires
Municipal Airport. in Gaillt> work and a steady in Double Entry Bookkeeping, I and he will be glad to discus1. ability as cabinet makers and for This establishment will design !I Dine and Dance At Club New Yorker I
this is : Gainest;
"Vil1e'l I IlIer\'e. characteristic of' Income the fine ille. Fla
Florida Take Tax. State and Federal! quality of their work. cabinets for you or will build from'' __ __ _
your problems 1
advantage of their on of "' L U
country folk, of the any type work I
some >
mostsucct"ssful : mo r>ew
Government The finish
on their cabinets torKer.
Tax reports and is a your specifications Homemakersneed serving the when ,
Chartered Service to place any along this line. they go to thr N. ., ) .
any lime also rentals.any Phone from the men farm.Gainesville .in the Nation came !I type Payroll Registers. I He is thoroughly capable of I, work of art. They do all types offine but call them. estimates orjI I II best in this in FOODS BEVERAGES, a! he would like to I"al", ; .. .

them 4H I, evenings 7132. i This section is very fortunate in taking complete mill work. Bring in youri I suggestions are always freely and -ection especially Ip I quamtance There i i'r 'ii. ,
Air Service features I having a firm such this charge, having blue print and they will make it cheerfully invite you to visit their place an!?p I
Learn to fly. "TEMPUS FUGIT as serving had years of given. I that sets it apai- frfl. .th"t .
an Airplane Rental experience which ha
Service = bring
; the business men of this according to design and The selection your guest for a delightful!, ,
of specifications of clubs the t. .
WHY DON'T YOU' pait materials used e i i'
flight in also safes prepared him to I it.-t "
give the ,
;
and service you
of ,
to planes very evening of
structions. This up-to-date flyingservice the State which U noted for Dota best bookkeeping and The have completed I in their cabinets are selected from Dancing, good food into eviTjtl.in.! ) ,, : th.. ," t-
tax
any make. Their service department I accurate and excellent service. some of the finest mill work the and entertainment, located (si. .
work that
is H. i :; top grades, alld i
quality cabinets
'
offering to W.are i I
young people glad to serving nigcim-ni "t'
I is equipped with a staff of:fH j jmechanics ( ( recommend thi. i has I ARCHER ROAD .
'olson is been installed 10 mile
of this section of the State an en registered with Flur- special service to in this entire can only be built from quality !? a desire tin' ,! u 1 "S I-V"1.,
that our readers ,
tirely new field for to fit are especially,fida'i| Accountants Association anden'ed I many section. Along with your mill I I : material! plus skilled labor Their j from Gainesville, Florida. For reservations i to visit th' ii. ft. '

yourself to go out into you the world I i is trained in aviation needs and thi? I I ::- a term as; its Vice Pit *. and we especially invite th.- work they -upply you with yoursash cabinet makers are men who have j : Phone 0519.) Open even p."\ You Will, 111,..' 'llar\'he sin 1 r 11, I hI ,

YOUr assurance; of a dependable I II ] ident. newcomers in this section to consult doors screens years in the day at -5except Tuesdays R L I that .
.
windows "
and make a brilliant success as ar 4 j business and are i i'I | are .i i 'i 11"" e avl ""I"i" )
Aviator I I repair job on your plane. They I This service aids the busines!' this firm regarding their I anti i door frames. Display' masters in the art of cabinet making Reyes a well known entertainer ble Anti! 'II"' ,.' an.' U. I'
have storage: facility. tl : in 'I' .
the
Not every one is fitted to become The pilots used in Chartered'!' man__ __as_ well as giving him mo'-e I bookkeeping and tax reports cass all and type hardwood cabinet work. millwOI'k l I 'I We. ing social College entertainer circles and in the this lead.'I problemMI > 'hi- \1

a flier but there are so .I decoratives take great pleasure in section pleasun' Thi- populn I "
phases available to the person many :thousands:service, or of flight service have had' George(; I.1 Hartt Plastering Gainesville, Fla. i! are made by this well known firm. I ling our readers to make ad\'is-I of the State invites his many I place pn-si-iits) ? t .nil r appt ,H t r t'" II
safe flying hours in i friends
and
that applies himself Thi shop is modern and well 1 i Cabinet Works customers to that 1 is ,| i. 'it 'h ,.
that in this L your headquarters pjall;1 hf fr"r > <
the airThis is why you do better | George Hartt. is known Architects. Conti actors and the :i often and have an ,
field he may be able to work out: throughout this section of the equipped and takes a personal I I for the rest service in cabinet and evening o fland I is a [rl.l h.H: i I. >'I i 'I"
when building public I
you get your training at I in geneial haveconn dancing and
a prosperous future. Whether State for the i pride in every piece of work turned I I1 I mill work. Here you will the good food at CluJ: ( the litei' t mil', ',I 'II" '' -
you fine get
this of hi'
field, enabling you as a beginner quality to know thai this is a firm New Yorker His excellent .
come from the Cit or the Farm, to I work in Plain and Ornamental! which out. This firm realizes that a i finest quality at the fairest of accommodations j section ot 1 t'i'"- .:' it*'
\ soon acquire a run that upon they can depend. I
satisfied rare quality of food I | .
YOU first have to determine what I Plastering. "PATCH PLASTER customer means morecustomers prices, and you will find their Th nub N. Y'.t'r ". i
will pay you handsome returns. I Plastering in its many phaseis ; and the most excellent service I
business you are best suited for ING" Patching plaster takes the of the for them and as a con- 'I courteous service second to none I II It ar vto\ l th., -" all I ,' "
one most complicated! ; all a matter of
We j
and then train yourself accordingly : wish to compliment them on best skill in the business, but this I trades in the major building in manger extends goo!upr'lslon.'I It i the f'n K1 'iiv" )! ,. ': s I

It a business is selected with the the splendid manner in which theyare well known firm can make it look dustry and requires the most skill- cordial hospitality He wishes mos Uifi of llf.Th' ,' lal'/' "
I I )
Dr. Clayton E. Hauk
nght determination s-uccess i is meeting the present day need, like new. Phone 8149. P. O Box ed t Chiropractic Physician ;
; workmen
.
.. 1 to do a first class job people from the surrounding territory to it th it iservi \ I, '

J! 2253. They are located at NE Sth | This is one reason this firm ha Gainesville. Fla.I to make thfm'e1 known '. n : -n' t.. -
!
Ave. in Gainesville Florida. met with such great success because ,

Modern! Music I Iart (;aim \'iIIl'. Fla.1'i, Plaster "CO TRACTORS" i they and their skilled pla.v .
j I Clayton K: Hawk. located accurately through his 'George V. Cooper Insurance ( .aine iIUHa I
Modern i "Featuring Plastering at It.BI'st" ;, tet ers have learned the plastering I!' practice "\
Music Mart, Ux'ated at 1 Band Instruments at 223 %V.
are carried here,, University Ave. in :I make
no job too large or toe ';'trade in the difficult school of Chiropractic adjustments,
1025 West University Ave. in ]plus all the makes and types of: ex- Gainesville. Florida. is a weU- I for Gorge V Coper. Agency, great stability lid : .
small and
I i for them to handle. many various of disorder -
Gainesville. Florida, the hOME 1 musical} supplies. String Instruments I' Thu-j. | perifuce. So why risk an unsatisfactory known and prominent types : ,erving Gainesville and the surrounding serve every nt I TI." ,
Chiropra.--
:I firm specializes in plaster work of 1 not thus aiding nature to
job. to thehigh re-
mention
of leading makes of fine I 11 and electrical supplies that; tor in this part of the State. Be. country in a most ableway. may thlu -'v;I I I .'. "' \ .
"MUSICAL every description, including stucco,, cost of material, by employing i store the patient to lead a normallife | in Life. Fire .
I Casualty Wind '
INSTRUMENTS. f "
j goth them. Modern Music Mart I' i cause of his expertness of analyst. I no ? a ;j" ; I
uch famous names as "The i caters to supplies of all kinds for Oranmental, and all types of interior a man who has not the ability. i iI i he offers to the people of this vi- 'J,! ]l j Theft. Automobile. Lbly. Bur proprYII.1r''' itt ,/ 'ijj,. ,
Name that Means Music finish: White Coat. Sand I I experience or equipment: the lack 1 The professional service of a j Hospitalization and Ma "
"
To Md.lions' Teachers Schools and Bands. i cinity the glry d I II.k .i
The very highest type ofi
WURLITZF.Rhat: -' i organ which makes out L '. Finish. Stipple and Stucco work. lof either will spoil an otherwise I professional service. The i| (Chiropractor is to work with nai i rine. This well known agency ha Ilswlin 1 I l ly -,I'I
an organ the I people
tered the world's record last year|
in Piano Sales. The handle many < Connsonata. also all type? plastering contracts. We wish to highly recommendthIs visit his office and receive bene-I I ] in the spinal column 'insurance located at. lE Inur'I"" ,.4 11"1"I '
.
leading brands. 1a 1n-Hammond" 'Organs. Sheet musu they have learned an important most successful firm to al! ficial adjustments. i j: This adjustment! is done by movements \1st Street Phone 7397. Res. Phone j the br- .'I '. I', "I. r,
Lester training in this field, that makethem our readei- who ai>- planning ti i 7307. P 0 Box 407. Gainesville .. ,, ','.
I '
Petsy Ross and many This brings us to the activities the His treatment methods incor-i performed by the bare hand j PJJIt' r I" -
that
experts they are build or remodt'lJ.l1. .
.
others Florida j ,
This firm features new and of this P'lpularh.lem Music porate a stimulation and a relax- ,iin i a most scientific manner which ) I PPI.' : "' 5 "o

used Pianos Also repairing and Mart with its splendid store in the ing of the nerve center of the bodyin ,1| in time returns the body segments Better be safe than Sorry "BE and bu-5. "' I ('I r ,\ ,. i

tuning: all work guaranteed. I Heart of Town. "WEST UNIVERSITY ALDAY ProduceVholesale preparation for a treatment, and I to their normal articular relation i'SURE INSURE. tomorrow what V',', istizi';; -', '
The Piano is found too late. Consult this to eo" t )f ? t., I'
in the dwelling BUSINESS CENTER Am- through his practice the colon j I and releases the pressure that i'may b pro'ressive { \0
of the honest I (;JAINESVILI.K. FLORIDA firm about insurance I i "' r.' i'a'',-.. ,
working toxins
that deSltOH't
man; in ple parking space. This firm I'* ably ,. cause rheumatism and former deviations caused on '
the Public School Rooms 1 then For known form of ] been tis''t'C '. /1 r
,
every
its vi- j headed by Mrs. Phillips an expert arthritis and other body disorder nerves affected made nees.
Having > .
brant music rouses the inspiration ; in the music world She iS | J M Alday. located at :512 SW 5th Terrace. in from their poison are corrected I insurance this reliable agent will fO the g r",1 ,u t'1", ', J I ,

of the young American hearts inl an expert in this highly specializedfield i Gainesville wishes and aids the colon to act anature such adjustment the nerve forces I II \take care of you Insurance i U I 1 I of building material-. : n'"
Florida take I
-ong. and in the lavishly furnished and wher. she selects a Piano, to this opportunity intended. will flow unretarded and health recognized as a necessity today 1mg' your insurnce. to !JIl, I \

home of the: wealthy, it likewise Organ or Band Instruments for her of thanking the customers in this and adjoining In the professional life of this i|will return naturally.! ,[ moder business methods and interests I'I' home should it b('1 trov.! I

reigns supreme. The Piano have made essential for II not, it will pay you t..", g.I .
is store she does counties of his
never retail dealers i' i
so carefully and has: many that this Company I
We wish to call to the attention .
out of place section Dr. Clayton E. Hawk, hastuiIt : .I touch with this well knM
and its services' in in mind their tone, of ever progressive need and monetary I>
places of public worship as ......1.1as\ as well as quality dependabilityof construction supplies fresh to your markets daily for himself a most enviable'I: to our readers the fine reputation i value. This fi i looked I I In.i btttineiw Gm'!l.- \>.

the sacred hours of home life, have Manufacturer. This is indeeda Top Grade FRUITS PRODUCE VEGE- I 1 reputation because of his ablity' built through practice and refer l' "

earned those laurels that TABLES. k majority of the leading businearl I upon having a man of -t> < t '
can only most successful enterprise and This wholesale House supplies to their I of diagnosis and his success has you to Dr. Clayton E. Hawk. as .
bt taken seriously. it is the interests of this .and the surrounding I I bilitieg and therefore i 1. 1 .
owner of this firm who
dealers. Quality and Dependable Sen-ice. I been marked indeed. His X-Ray one of the most successful Chiroj of
Conn and the leadm? makes of has made: it so Ij j country. It reprpsent some sense satUfacti-m

j Laboratory enable* him to more praetors in this section if he largest Compame* dentJun; mending him to \wir.



FRIDAY,.MARCH 7,1932; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
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PLEDGE TODAY
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\ Your Pint of flood *


f The Mobile
Blood Donor UnitWILL *

BE IN STAKE

I 4;: : 4.T: MARCH 21th/ *

it : 10 kM1 -. 4
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Phone/
74-J or 72-J *
And/ Pledge

YOUR PINT OF BLOOD
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; BRADFORD COUNTY'S'

V ,, Quota Is
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125 PINTOur


, Armed Forces Are Short 300,000 Pints Of Blood A Month *

Bradford County Must Do Its Part To Help MakeUp

1c This Shortage. *

American Legion Post No.56 .-;-";..- -; .'.-;; .'.""--...,, _..:,.. ,'_:">.-;:-"_:.:::::-::'.,,; .'. .:.-.,.:.;-.:::....2-..-::..=.-.::':,, :-.';'.'...:..- ::;<'''.-,> C.H. Nasworthy-- Philco Products
.: The Starke Lodge J802 Of The B. P. 0. Elks *
In Cooperation With BPOE Throughout The Nation is
Proud To Be Cooperating in This Vital Project
KOCH DRUG STORE DAHMER'S GIFT SHOP
For Our Armed Forces
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Every Elk Is Pledged To Give o.G.tASubstitmere
VAN H. PRIEST I'' CO. Give A Pint Of Blood During This Drive J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS

WON'T YOU DO THE SAME?
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C.H.DriggersFurniture Co. SHERIFF P. D. REDDISH GUIDON GRILL TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
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DUCKY'S GUY ANDREWS ForCongress BROWN DERBY RESTAURANT BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE
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, PHIL YITSKY DOYLE THE CLEANER NEW METHOD CLEANERS
ED SIMPSON JEM JEWELRY
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UNNIE'S READY { OLE' SARGE BEN SUSLOW
TO
WEAR -- Central Restaurant & Drive-In DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

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ANDREWS MOTOR CO. I J. R. KELLY--TaxCollector H. C. WALL AGENCY L. A. SHEPHERD, CHAPLAIN

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PAGE FOURTEEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

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New Equipment ADDRESSESOF Feeding Grain To I .1'd ". li. r :10.11'1', i- 1 1."t:1 1. ,iiT I .)theru'-e ;the! aioa: : "1 s lOr'd i : 2. V

Being InstalledAt INTERESTMrs. Cattle On PastureIs \ OUR RED CROSS a.n'1! >laiiM-: and tl'- .U"you,\are,. uar-1'- Complaint fessed :by you.will be t.\I.n .13 c"n-\\ : '..'..<." .:1\1.: >:. )' tE7 -

:- .. 1J..I
I .' "" each r. y
Ilmenite Mine RecommendedGrain !i.l 'e week for far; o 'n--. ;-n-
Elma Scaff, 606 Turner X ,. li II '1 I' weeks In the Bradford County Tele-I
'
St.1 : ,1! 'c .1.1! k graph.
Clearwater Fla. 'IOn :11/, Equipment is now being installed feeding of rattle on pa-- j Mwrit ,? c. patrd this l 1'h day of Ft'lJruarr.1] OTI' t i D ,'1'1'.14

to recover the mineral stauroliteas Pie Stanley B. Crosby Hq. & ture would fnabltFlorida !live-1 t ten to give a bette'' .mder.sianding .. '. rk I t95 OFFICIAL!. la rirn.lt { ourt Ifadl"r" m.. .
f.r.U.. ( SEAL
Hq. Co.. 8th Cav. Reg., Camp of the functioning; of the Gi.t< .vd ) A. J. Thoraas, PltrlJat fa i h.iti, .-rv.
stock farmers to greatly 'itrt'\ Clerk of the
a by-product at the DuPont- improve j re Circuit Court H."ry'II ,
Chitose Xo. 2, APO 201, care Pit, County Red Cross Chap' ". '''lul'la'II! !I By Myrtle T Dearer, Deputy Clerk tiff.s i-:! ,1
of their :
Gold mine six the quality beef according ,;
Humphreys Corp. k. y5u \ :.1::; it :27) IvfenilantTe
San Francisco Calif.
t!
miles east of Starke, according to I to Dr. Albert M. Pearson of Yes sometimes our P.HI i* rop rolllihl'd"III'I'I'IIIIYt'! .
Albert Kruse. 50Z: 1
John C. Detweiler. process superintendent G. Hdqrs. the University of Florida Agricultural f has to say "no", often ,f '01lC}: TOAPPKIK o.-fto.: \|M"ir
T. leK.l.rsiaiy.
!tcpat !
I iinty I
In Circuit -
Airborne Inf. Reg., Agressor C urt. llrnilford Caiioty Ti> P.: ,I"
of the mine. Experiment Stations. I regret and occasional! An done 'j' 1 Ivrida: in ('Chnnt'4rI whose i .

Forces. Exercise Longhorn, Ft. 'There is no reason for discrimination There; was the I Kathleen Mary Baker Plaintiff v., '.Sixth S1-" ,'- .1\ t ,
Production of the byproductwill Hood Texas. cattle" great Doping!;I \r. SEAI.l A. J i Roger Stephen Baker, Defendant You!I t <

begin in June. A recovery I Hans Walker, Box 140, Spar- against grass-fat j young man who prov, d ?i as a ,':> k i.f the t'r" ,'uit Thomas\' 'tirt N.(lre To _\PI'rar. Case No. 8966 i suit f.'" ,a.
the animal hu.-bandman said, "ifi\ : T. again \
unit is being installed inside the tanburg S. C. veteran by displaying:: i igum( I e Deaver. Deputy Clerk .i To: anger Stephen Baker, whose Court ied '
they are equal in finish to animals card .itr :2 i t.j4t n : residence
and asked for is I'nknown but whose ,
mill presently used to iI. m.n.-v > .i rood I t" -
recover A. E. 615 James St., I .e last known residence 4i"ar; .
Boasley fed in dry lot. and NOTICI: was or 1'1..1 i
enite. 25,000 tonsa lodgmg.'hen \v.' inquired tll TOI'Plalt ncr Place. Daytuna PVaoh. Florida ,
r Approximately I yy'I'IN1' nit the p \ ir
Baytown, Texas. Furthermore grass-fat animal he .., f.ntitndt.rd C iMitr l You are h.-rrby notified
why needed I that .
'
a suit R
of the mineral is help allt'h"! his ''a. In dourer \.t r- i S K\
expectedto ?
year Mrs Henry Pedersen, Box 1551, that also are fed grain on pasture )business was he 'I"i.' >.. I'laiiiti' for Divorce and custody of min.'rchildren I Lan1-\ i _
repli.-d! u .t.< rm \ 'h. : has been filed
against .
be recovered from the ilmenitemill's 1".f. you Mil" Ft.I .
mia
Durango, Colo. produce beef that i is higher in what you call a kill- in the above! named Court and i-ai. iinil -i,1" .1
the
tailings. .. 'r N= '7" and you are required to I I .' .
provitamin A than beef from thosefed road." I It .11111"'. 111"1"I ," '
2112 Rebecca ; So told ,. r
Mrs. Elsie Conlin we inn.!! M.rhe copy of your answer or pleading '.,
,
The product will be used as a in dry lot without grass. ) ., I. the complaint on the Plaintiffs A'- (1.1'I
.
St.. Sioux City 17, Iowa. : stopped trading 'I>, oe ""I.: a r all L'.I- >r
source of aluminum and iron in the I Dr. Pearson explained that the .' Inrnp7..a.b H. Douela !sns; Lynch taU, n '.,
veteran
Mrs. James Ritch Rt. 3, Bristol and joined the \ irjv o! 'Ii, I' :, )::1 DulMins, Jacksonville: Florld1. anti ThN .
lug-I n'llkf'1..11\ \
manufacture of Portland i most obvious result of feeding of ,l iI .:tit 1: tili' the uriginal, in th, office. of .
,
c.ment'l Va. self-supporting n\ titan!! .' i,.,. Hie *n-;? e-i.-h tt'ank fr f '
It will be in grain to beef cattle is the rather I ., -. I. ..It i "lerk "t the Circuit, Court on or be1 I t1 aei.7: Min- .If I Ir'p"
are "
shipped cars ex-servicemen .
.un 1 I .
open !I Edwin H. St. Johns 232 Post the' be- .It . t fore the I'h daof 11trl h I I'I' -.' i
heavy layer of fat on the 'P"I' otherwse 'I.. ,
carcass .
i ; would be. Mo .II.tI'I"'I- >.r -.ii'l .
the new Lehigh cement plant at regrets o\ 'I '
Road. Darien Conn. i I and deposits of tat "marbling" : n v., i .tnsu.rI 1' "I'oinpl.i! ( n', a 1:1! !I." t.ik.'ti\ t.' .'Ife'd : ->- -
him. ,,
in .
"II| t h. \ \ ''! : ';!
_ Flagler Beach. I Joe B. Oliver! 909 S. K. lth St., '! in the meat. Fat on a roast prevents There j is .' 1 > "MI, T Kv.in-. hTti i -' p. ., .',' 'i., ,| >.. MT't'T! \ xi.. \ \
one kind of t '

._' The mineral will replace aluminum -I i Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. the meat from drying out in for direct aid that we have to I lequest deny i I 01." !!'.".1 ,I 1", ", 11.tau. FI."Kth. .::10" girdt) ..'i. \K" ..! I I-: ill-\ .I'y!! '. ':,.' 'Vweek1 Ii.i I .. .

that was formerly providedby I Mrs. \\'illard Pass 322 W. BeardSt. cooking while fat in the muscle that does distress I ".. I : i.t t', >!t.' v T iI
us and ., ,
that f
is _. Mi. C ': t t'f'l : D.r.,1, I ,1 I v ,'F. r I
clay from .. Tallahassee Fla. enhances its tenderness juicinessand the to "II! 'I. : >\\.t\ .
shipped request rebuild
Georgia. I a homydestroyed -I : ICi: STAK! little 11ih, .. I,: a fl., .-_ -
"over-all" :
flavor. Steak that pretty 10 -
.
Staurolite can be mixed directly 2d Lt. Robt. C. Jackson. Hq. & by fire or wind when it i is I I ? ; '., w ,11 e
has exterior of fat and Joan FrPlsmgt'r.111 captivate the t.1' K. :n ,
660 an layer [\1\\t
with the shell dug at Flagler I Hq. 227th AAA Gp.. APO deposits of fat in the lean likewiseis an isolated and not a community I hearts of all spectators in the new Th'i'. ,,' .-h.oIl' ,. puMishi, ] ANSFER AND 1
care PM. San Francisco, Calif. I disaster It is evident that if our orit-e .1." 1 I' \\ i I K for f. ..iixnt 'I' R B ALVAREZ & SON

Beach to form a suitable cement 1 J. P Sullivan. 1161 Danry St. i superior to steak that does not Red Cross rebuilt every family I Holiday on Ice of 1952 coming tc. gr.iph we.-kv' m the 1::if"d, : | ,c-, '11T.. '.-- STORA'E( 1 O. t

the Gator Bowl
mixture. have such fat. in Jacksonville ,
i Jacksonville Fla. home that was destroyed no one !I'.u.I! J tlr- ..tii .1.! ., (.'.I.) : ,
ii ii i I When cattle March 13, through 19th t'xct'pt' 195tIFFI''i.". I 1I
are grazed on good would ever insurance.Ve o..
carry
i I Sunday. :' \T, I I:11.t: .1..T. Tho, "
I I green pastures and also fed grainto have to have a yardstick for all t'1"rk! of the Circuit c .. 11 "' "pt"rll"' I 15, I aJ
Rv MyrtU T ". ::S R 8 AL\'ARfl yruv
ESO
go along with the the P.-avrr Deputy t.OTICF I.
grass I our spending and in disaster .
i if MV.T or pleading i In the complaint 1 1'sng ,U..l.'In. p
:?. :!! ; I
PHONE 218 two feed together not only enable I less than five families are in'oh'WI' e'? hun Hi-" Plaintiffitoriiiv.: Joseph -- r MOVING "ht'r.. I. I t. '"
Skipp.-r. 'JL'I::I Irthunbuilding: : ; : : 1111)
TO ,. .
,
the animals to make good all feel that the I API-nit IocLL la+ .q .
Jackitiiiiville
ATTENTION community should 2. Florid ami file the In ('Ir"nll. rirnrt. llraiUuri ;
I'ound'i ht gains but also original in the <.ffi,-" ..f the Clerk Florida Count ;
COLONIALFLORIST they absorb the disaster but if there ]I .. : In <"Ii nr.rr. \
combine | ( the Cin-nit Court on i.r before Floren. T -.Ili.r! Wolar ss:: tCCE1.Lt.I:
to produce heavy deposit are more than five families then HIP 24th
I day of Maivli. IT. .
If You I: otlier- tiff v-i. Will, I >, .\Volav.r, !J.. "
Have of rich yellow fat on the exterior the combined power and resource' uis.tin- ;tlh-gatious. of crud: l "'"111- '' ant. Ca.otire : ... :\. v.. -
t I plaint will I.. tak. n .I.' rnnfessrd. To Appear. TOR1,1
of the carcass and within the lean of the community are not equal tc 11\-l >-"ii'This .
PINE OK CYPRESS 'I T. : will Dean ..1.1\1'1', < '
meat. the load and our Red Cross must nifioe shall be published I'. Mdi'iice! i1',1, IP w "nj t \nLlIU.s.ents ...
I otii'farli: w.-k for four i-on.-eeutU.' !I i .
You
j are her \l.y m' il liLt
TIMBER TO SELL } To improve the quality of their help.Our u.-rks in the JJa.lrllnt: Comity Telegraph !'' suit for Pivori-e li.iv, |I.. ,.n filed.; a I

FLOWERSFOR beef Dr. Pearson advised Florida I local Red Cross has never 1 i ibeen i I asrnnst: you !in 1'.1., ...'\ ., nand .\ I I-or -
I.t
i h; this Ifith day of February .
Court and
Large or Small Tracts I cattlemen will find it worthwhile able to pay the bills for re I l!,;r.:. 'all- ami ,> -u ,'i e !' 'IIIITell ,! DELCHERBROS.)
to serve .r
a rr.pv \ 11' 11.11'1'
ALL OCCASIONS to continue building and (OFFIPfAL SKAT.) .\.J Thomas.''or' pleading to the See Ii irs( '
expansion improved repairing Bradford Cl" k "f the cr.Uit| Pnnrt. eoiupl.i"it "'1 tie! t. us .
We Buy All Plaintiff.Alton y 7.,. ''i, 11 T'"' u-
j pastures increase their pillductionI County homes destroyed in storms. By :Myrtle T. D' aver, Deputy flf-rfc Las. 5t'i( ;; I.\'ndl Illihl': ",", .la. 1.. ,. .

of feed grain< such as corn and This money has always come from 2/22 4t 314Minn ville. Florida and file t th onu.i.tl:: '" -- ---"'- ......
PAY ': in the office, of the 'J"h.1 "f tli. I'
TOP (
PRICES i
I provide grain for fatt"IIIIlgstuck the part given to our national or : inIMMU: i ,
i-uit
Court nn'a' I.efore th.j 17th 1 it
(j) I on pasture whenever supplies are ganization and by amounts raised In riitrlilni Cirriilt In Court.Clinnrerr.Viiiri'iissi. llrinUoril. County, ..March: 1 :.VJ i .other i-. tli. '
gallons of sand Pomphrnt' :, will, I I"
adequate fur this purposeWAIT by other chapters over and above < II.ni.r. ,>. r'laintiff vs, taken as cr.nf.-s-- J Its > 'u
: 11/1\/ .
'"rini: : ", r'"fi-niliint.
Write or Call their quotas. During the past six N'o. Q9117Mbe : i iCasf This notice! hall he puhlMi. dnitre
earn week for four ecut.'e'weeks
DISH GARDENS eon
our local Red Cross has Tui|>r.ir. i iT" '
I years received In the P.radfi.rd. +I' ''inty, T. ''. -
I MiOianna Oliviero. whose'
: over Si.OOOth+ which to "r.-id.'iiiv and address I is: Via Sedioli 'graph. ,
POTTERY Dated this intli dn.f, F,-l.i, i-
B. THOMAS i repair storm damages. In every \ .t'l.1 Tort P.-1 Gri', Naples ; 11! r,2OFFICIAL;;
Italy.You
POTTED PLANTSFLOWERS instance: the storms affected morethan aro herehy notified that a j I, ( SEAL) -\ ,.' Them .1, HUNDREDS
Pi' nit CSnr'By
Clerk of the
LUMBER I five suit for Oivnrce has l been filed .
families
CO. and ia every instance against you in the above named :Myrtle T. Pe.iver, DPIIllto.\ I II
If ) PHONE 211JP. WIREDANYWHERE ;;rnb u khutrl and Mart before help was given i it Court and cause and ;you are required I .. of details are managed and econ"..li,'-
to serve a ropy of emir an- t It
0. Box 735 die. necessary to verify the fact that surer or pleading: to the.complaint. on ally attended that only a trained ati.i
Call Florida Renderers the home was owned by the person the I'laintif"tt..rn.. T Frank OTICI: OF iTiTfoTO
STARKE, FLA. Nona St Starke I.+uidrum. Stark. Florida and file IUcn'fn rU''fITIO.11: careful organization can attend wh1::
Free Prompt Itrmoinl of Dead living in it or they had an the original: in the office of the Notice, i I.. hereby given that fir, the need for is
(:l'riiplr or \\'<>rhlr.i I.Mrvlui-k;: equity of at least two-thirds.th I'lerk ..f the Circuit Court on or he- I I I iindi-rslgned.. under the provi-i., n-" urgent serving : :i'
"ifore I the 17th day of :March 1952; of Chapter :2 O..f'',-,. Laos ?f Florid i hand.
Ph. Gainesville 3330: CollectStarke the family's consent we also verified ( otherwise the allegations tit said' Acts of 1 1941! will, register with' th-

all their resources including i.inplaint will !L.' taken as con-i Clerk of the Cir.nit ('.',111'1. in ,-, ?.01!
or j fessort l>y yon. i for rtradford ('''"nl. State of Floi, ..il.i,
132WELDING bank and postal deposits. This notice shall tie ,>iihlished nnon. r"'<-ipt "f proof ..f publican': ..'

THU. MAR. 1 13 In the past year our National once each week for four, consecutive of thi< notice, the fi"t jtinni.; nan.' ofPoctor DeWITT I C. JONESPhone
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- '' Clinii IIo-i i"..t.il. nnd. r
Red Cross helped 2.433 families I graph.e i which I am anea.1: ,I 'in Lupine--! 7 Starke, Fla.
and spent S13.7GS.475.89 on tht hair thin ir.th d.iy, of F.'liruary '''HOI \I'rct Call; St Stark Fla.
11955.! i IV Calvin 1. 11"11("' ?u tier, :In:2
Kansas Missouri. Oklahoma and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, i! ifavette St Stark" Fl.i, #- "
STARKE Illinois Floods and our local Red Clerk of the Circuit Court. I!j Matt this) 12th ,dav; 'f F-l-i'tnrr, !
By :Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk .\0. 19! ." a:,it :Starkl"i..lford I Funeral Director :
Cross members contributed over J/1S 4t 3'7OTHT County, Fl"i id.OrifK .\. I Ambulance Service

Located $125: tn this fund. .j i' tt II 7 ; :
Hyway South I Our local funeral home
enables
\ : or "'fI:'TIO' i --- I v to offer conventnaservices age
I
,
.. I So you are willing to contributeto I IU.I i,rK.i rinuiors NVMRNotice 1 \ OK IMKMIOV TOunniiiKii not otherwise available '
tc i hereby given that the FiiTiriorMI: ,\
Y 'I
local funds but do not tc
care undfr I II"fl.I under the provislfin> Notice i is h-r. l.v piV"ti that the ,
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give to the national agency? If' of < 'hal.I'r; Sfl1"! .'! I." w" ..r Florida ,, undersigned under the nioiionsjof I 1 I _____.
r Acts of IM1.! will rKi i ti-r with the Chaiit.: :MI 'I','; UMI.f Florida,
) all Red Cross members felt thisway ,'I M.-rk ..r the 'ir.-iiit 'oiirt In and \-t-- of I'M'. n ill !ite-j-ter with the I We furnish the highest type servica at lowest pita and ,

there would! have been nc:.for Hradford CIUHIUStat.: .- of Floridi. i Clerkf ,tli" 'n.;p uit Co'lit nfor :amij \ accept ANY! life insurance policy! ;HI forte :s.'f-. I bv A\T
of proof of pulili- Bradford: f > 1
| upon receipt j C.MH I S'.it- Id \I".f
funds with which to relieve the:' ration ..r this notice, the fictitioii" a. II p5 n 1 e, p' I -, r I'' .1 1 company, as payment III part or in full! '.n a : Hirai

d 4 fr We offer the people .f Starke suffering of the 1931; floods. name of Farm. limit.,0 Auto Supply ,'alit'll. IOf II". I'i : f Consultationarrl,..,. Dm> ,
blfgar'ol'
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1 under which 1 am engaged in i 0:111. f'1h. I' I ,I'
1 % Our Red Cross has always l beenin business at 1 H1'. ('all; !! Street,, pant I nl1h., n' .I "t - - - - - - - - -

and \Idllit one of the most : organization of volunteer'I Starke. Florida.Penvr l'n ill" '_ ". _' ---- -- -
i I: nevri.-k. owner "11C. 11"111:1I n :
it Next week let's talk about ourlocal South Str.--t, St.-iike." Fl"iiil.iPated I .: 1:: : '
t 1f modern and finest e | ( volunteers. thi< 1 I'.tli d"f F.'l.ru.iMA 1 1.i.1-I.
n. 14".!. at St.itU', 1 Cimlford: i 1;, .,1..1", i.
oiiuty., Florida. \ T' 1'.". ,I' NEW
\ shops anywhere.All "n nCl: TO ."'I.e "t : l r.; l it ",, ToTiru ., -. FI,,,' ,. LOW

Work Guaranteed In rlrriiH Court, llniilfonl Count
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fHC S WTHIN THE BEACH OF EVERY mONDe P I You are hereby r. .'. <.*! 'ii' g
T uit for Divorce ha been :>dw
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