Bradford County telegraph
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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 21, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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>TAIKK. ri.oiun.\.FKin\Y. MARCH 21. i9.v
VOLUME SEVENTY-THREE _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ MBF.K: T1I1I1T\ .si\
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I Business Halted At Auto Sales Lot DIRECTORS OF KEYSTONE BANK Late

LJ : Freeze Monday Takes Heavy Toll

: As Suits Are Entered Owner z Of
:I Against : Strawberry Bloom And Potatoes

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Dowling Auto Saltone t ( ) ;I"I\' th.'i:! i
largest dealers in thr thM "f 'it Bi.i.i!! ,-I i l\llInl) -it.ict- I I Ki.lK>wms; is thi ft', ui! i

remained closed hero this i "That when defeiuia1 '"0' ti-ishe-, \\ a.... victimized: \\"ht'1I1| and '
ib244 pritrange daily a\ 'ia.:
result of developments. said checks and drafts ; i ""> "',' to
a j : rcury dropped 31.5 hor.-j I the week f'ntlllV"dnl'-.' '.
jigmficance of which had defendant assumed all < : ">t< \{' 'n1.iv' morning i- .1 i tein.nm-, .! :

',.- Im been made public. gations of the makers an: i .,.' >".- neezmg for ont: hO\\lr, ..uidmites. I nUt ( rt- lait :,, \1:

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Although "business as thereof, and that del. I;'"'

was halted at the busy liable for the amount ,aId !r '" late freeze was a parti I..r 1-1 T.: ': S !11I

I __.4: __ -- L1 '% hitter Mal 15 .::t-, S.611
lot early last week and I checks! and drafts togf: 1' "' Oil pill to swallow as I

Tax Collector J. R. Kelly and School Superintendent H. I' Morgan were rife as to the I interest and costs as p: '11' 11 m.f just as Bradford berries! Mar 17 r. ; ', ::2111

each other as Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas looks at shutdown, first official law" I hi'ginnmg to recover from Mar IS 7,1.. T .,. l.tH. ,
congratulate b\\ I- Mar. 19 ::tit d "''i.
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his watch and declares the time for candidate qualifying officially the matter did not c'/ I On March 17 the b.t- \ i_____ and cold. Effects
March 13.hen ,, : 'i i eezo were: evident Wednes
closed at noon last Saturday Kelly and Morgan were unopposed for Thursday. garnishment and attach! or I Sales thisiderably \ Jntll :i' _
S Marshall for the ; Aden passings at the market .
the deadline arrives. ceedings as ancillary friends look on as bciiiii -
re-election. Admiring I : Halsan! .t'
.... triet of Florida filed i %L_ I 'I l only 260 crates after reach-
n ... 'J its suit for damages.In time In 1SCU !1' ,_ .i M.t'last
i-uit Court here of a Levy ''Ia.t high of 736 the day before.Monday's .
I its garnishment aciini t r. fle Yf'ar:1/ "\\ *. '"d 11 a h, '
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of Attachment on J, $17.800 claim, the bank .tlh! /0:' cold is also reported 9.278 crates .: I ItI I, '

.. Dowling lot on Temple I i that A. H. Harley, Jr. i iindfbtt.,.'! I I I." is.- "' sti ';" -o. C ""I< .. -,, : > have "burnt" considerabi.potatc they had,1, : > e "

r. The I attachment ,: to said defendant iDowlnifji I an Inld; 'fj' '- .-. Kh u nr-tl I 10 \\ Hi!.ill i "' cage in the Brooker section $94,631.49

ancillary to a $51.931 I has effects or property of said defendant ( !lIb f.,1 H' .\ ,'I : t! -' .\ .t.: r -nt: i AK i.s well as damaging some string I I So far this 6.-1' '

.. brought by G. F. C. in his hands, custodx
: ( an Illinois finance i control, and prays a writ of garnishment Dr. E I If ( ':, .' b"n :-:. I p\\' 1 to r F \1'dlrath.Jr A. G. will be even more evident a few I of $7.81 per '. h! ..

4 I against Wm. E. Dowling, commanding Harley toappear Louden. Limlsey Walker, Ilr. C. I. Tolles. Also elected as a director, weeks from now when there will growers 51381.63

:/ ''and doing business as I before the Circuit Court on but' not present at meeting was State Treasurer Ed Larson. Accord- be a "gap" in maturing occasionedby The deal at Pla'itv, .

-ir t4 | Auto Sales. GFC also March 2\\ and state on oath in ing to pi sent plan ihf bank will open between April 15 and, May 1 week.the loss of bloom here this final stages. Grov then '"

, / _vV $40,000 garnishment suit writing c-hether at the time of answer I harvested almost 'IU I ,11 ,
IV I court Officials of the he is indebted to said! di-. I During the week. March 13-19. j I' pints of berries, ,\ I /z: I'' ,,_

Court aid yesterday fendant or was indebted at tiu. 263 Pledged To Give Pint Of Blood; I 'he market auctioned 2,678 crate. 1'[ ceipts close to an : "311 iloll.i'

far had no return on of service of this writ. of berries at an average of $8.62 Louisiana was E\' ng nit t '

papeis on Dowling. I ;per crate, bringing growers swing. but might have beenl I ,\
In its attachment '.hm.-\
Tw.i days: after the I the bank alleges'that prill Dow- Mobile Unit To Be Here %Wednesday I 23.093: l 10 Berries were showing:: down also bthe cold 1'1''i .

GFC suit in Federal ''I'\P I' [ quality. bright t in color ami here Monday:
< indebed to it in the sum ot SIT.- i I
Florida Bank at Starke N'ipt "X K.Ci: 'it) m "i b. ", Bradioid! I C"uuty will ic.tch that
802.50 and that same in nopa.t .
J suit against Dowling the entitf !iiiemlifiship} ot! thiorganization I
% due and" affiant hareason quota Plants Of New Florida-90
( ;': ,- damans in Circuit Court and 1 Staike school Despite the large number of Berry
F I to believe that said debtor IS secreting -
.% I L Aj.L ; In its $20.000 action i teacherthis week helped send I II pledges. Trawick said official? I
L / I his property; and further, To Be
-_ allege that ". during I the total number of pledges for normally expect about 30 per cent Distributed On April 8
Polaroid .Minute! Photos by the TelegraphThe plaintiff has reason to believe that
of March 1, 1932! ; II the | Armed Forces Blood Donor rejection rate. He asked everyone

. usual last minute rush in the Clerk's office preceding the 5. 1932; defendant (. ,: said chattels debtor in owns! property Union and Drive to 263 as they pledged a pint I' who has a slip to turn it in A limited number ot bearing::: and aNo to bi ing at \1.-- '
Clay County. :
qualifying deadline brought four more candidates into the field. Seatedat I. !! checks and drafts for I I I County, Marion County. Alachua 1 of blood each. I I and for everyone who has sigi.ert plants of the new "w"lIdt'r"straw I bushel: tubt ur hampers To ;' -

left is Felix Sullivan who qualified for Constable Dist. 8, and at plaintiff totaling $li,802.; I The Mobile moo Unit will be up to appear at the appointedtime. berry I Florida POI, ) WIIbe\ available ( plants In
County. and that writ of attachment i
right is F. C. Hodges who qualified for Justice of Peace Dist. 1.'I, said check and drafts issue prays to Sheriffs at the Starke USO building We'd.I I I I I to commercial berry growers I But most important ot .t"' !

Standing behind Clerk Thomas are R. H. Green. Jr., candidate for ordinary I course of hereof." respective -, nesday. March 26. from 10 a.m. I "I sincerely appreciate the !help of Florida on Tuesday, April 8, ac Brooks said, is an ad\.II1" )I'"

County Commissioner Dist. 5, and Mrs. Marian Crosby who qualified I l !; paid to defendant, and .,3 p.m", according to Jack Trawick. various individuals and groups cording to an announcement in card from all growers int.i.'
Return of service on the defendants county Blood Donor Drive chair- have given on this project,'* T-a- last week's Plant
for Supervisor of Registration. I duly presented fov City Courier. I in obtaining plants the .a- I
'1 I in the three actions was filed I man. Previous information had wick said, "and feel sure we will .
"That after said
I The Courier quoted Dr. A. X the better The postcard! sh. .-
drafts were endorsed to f: with the clerk of the court Thurs- indicated that the unit would be go over the goal of 150 pints." 'I be addressed to Dr. A. N Hi" .
Brooks '
and paid a* aforesaid day. Dowling was given 20 days;: open until 4 p.m. Refreshments to donors will be, developer of the new strain I P. O. Box 23S6, Lakt'lanlI"!

Red Cross Total Morgan Elected :, thereof refused to pay from date of service in which tc: Although some 263 persons have served by the American Legion t'I as saying that by apportioning 200 The Courier lists advantage: /: .,
file Auxiliary and the JuniorVoman'*i I bushes to each
an answer. grower, he could
presented for payment by :signed pledge slips and said they I the Florida 90 as greater M.I.

Head Of that defendant has been Lazonby, Dfll. Graham & Mills, would donate a 'pint of blood for Club will assist in the one-dij:M I supply some 350 farmers with ness, due to the fact that i\"
Reaches $1,752 Rotary Gainesville law ,. operation. nursery stock of the berry that i
i, notice of nonpayment i i tirni ai ttol'lleYfftl" the armed ; fruit is protected by th. hu(
forces, Trawick
pointedout still make
Anyone wishing to ar l
i checks, but has failed I the red-through coloring of i ,'
the quota is only 150( pmt appointment is asked to rail eithei-
Harmon P. Morgan will be pres.ident i i the Missionary variety in the ,
fruit, and the
Red Cross contributions in BraJ- 'and he said he feels sure that 72-J or 71-J, Trawick added. I appearance tll t 1-1
of the shade
Starke Rotary Club so far as Florida is concerned -
this week with, I longer, all-red berry which hovelearned ,
ford County lagged Share .
for the year beginning July 1. Green To - - -- - -
year toniinanit<
contributions of $83.30'
new only His election took place Wednesday -, I With luck Dr. Brooks I
Of Racing Funds good said\ premium pr'l'Work \
to Miss Lillian >
being reported
at the club's regular luncheon Twice j -- BLOOD DONOR PLEDGE CARDI each 200 plant allotment should!
Stump, county treasurer.I I meeting in the Legion home. J. May Break Record I
a possible 10,000
Contributions raised the county i On Road 229
of Tuesday R. Kelly was elected first vice: -n )hdonocl mail to P. 0. Box: 961 1, Starke, Fla. I plants for September setting
total to $1572.49 as nocn Lex Green candidate
President. I| Bradford County's share of the I I Start
in a drive that extends to the'I gress from the new horse Distribution of the plant- willtake i May Monday
raf'ingre'I1Ul' taxed! by the
A board of dil'ectorwa al.sc I
end of March. Th goal tor the trict. will speak in : state reach I Name place at the Springhead experimental II I
all-time -- -
elected at this time, consisting of lIIay an higi'tbis I The loral offn ill' I the NI ,
campaign is $2:>00. o'clock Saturday laboratory near Plant ,
the two above officers and T. H. year according ol Road Department aiinotini, e With only a week and a half ie>I 22. He will speak at t Circuit Court A. J Thomas. Thc I Address City on a "first come first served"
Slade. T. K. McClane. Jr.. T. G i that Manly Con.sttu.! i I"I
maining in the drive Irvin Itobbins, 7:30: p.m. th. same day county has already received 60. I basis. There will be a nominal
Mitchell, A. L. Crosby Jr.. W. H. I Co. the successful bidder '1- "
County drive chairmur. requested i, Graham and Jas A. Griffin. i The former (' !: 0<>0 from this .soine sL.ce the I The best time for me to give Blood is: I charge of $1 for each lot of 200 pected to tart work IIn Ko.nl .' '
solicitors to complete their t.olici-!: : plants, Dr. Brooks
i the following first of the
I i nounces year. I I (the old Raiford Road h. T i.-\ i "
tations as soon as possible and ie-j dates for next week in I Thomas stated that ,11' ountv Morning Afternoon Growers will be expected tl' ,il'td 225 and Conner Untl;.:' I ih

port in order that if the drive! Ornamental Shrubs Tuesday, March 2.>, $19.501)y received $55,000 last yeinom! the I I bring their own tools for digging; next Monday
falls short, a last push can .
carryit Planted At Jail 10 am. : Bmokri 11 ::30 a race track tax. This m 't' \' \vac - - - - -

over the top. I ; divided equally between th: Doan' Guardsmen Win D. G. Kelly DiesIn BHS Band All Set For 'Big Day'
"We urge all citizens of nrad.\\ Gift Of Mahan of County Commissione ;; ,ind tin
ford County to contribute tt Zinnia Growers I
Board Public
of Instru.
Tampa Hospital
worthy cause." Robbiiu said.! ConS Bradford County celebrated the Should Plant This year a special bill will appear From Jax 70-59 Starting At 5 A.M. Saturday

tributlons may be mad ; by calling beginning of State Eeautificali.ir. on the first primary ballot! Davul G K.-l! > 73, died in J

Starke 81 or sent to Po: Office Week Monday by the planting of For June ShowZinnia that would earmark any race track T.K;! I'.t! :N.itmn.il; (Cn.ml; b.i-ket: Tampa hospital Monday. March 3, S"i':; ,. I II I i 1I.d.j:, I high Ban'! Jiidgn.g

Box 587, Starke.Contributors j several new trees and crnaT.enta1 money over $SO.OOO for constructing ball t.Min di-frated Hq (Co 121th after a brief illne-.s lie was a me ii i Ia'y'; a< i oiiip.inird, by Oiredor Winners in the Cl.t-s l : d! '

of $10 or more: shrubs around the court, house an planting equipping and operating a Inf of Jaik.sonville: 70-59; la.st Saturday I native of Bradford County and a Carl Riihtit.sill leave at 5 a.m I n.I I which will sep luridli'I r '

this week) were B. T. Thomas: I new county jail. ,,: immediately if the county hospital. night in a dose contest that I former resident of Starke. lie tomorrow Jacksonville\ to compete Lake fit, Gainesville, "I'.ditk ,

Lumber Co.. $23: ; HciruWs Powder Serving on the local committee !:i' to enter flowers !'n 1 Thomas said that th!:' bill was was not decided until the las moved to Tampa several year in their first District Band ] and St Augustine roinp till:: .'
Co., $25 and Crescent j in charge of the fourth annual Zinnia Meet Meet l h.,
: Court. $I ) plan1 pit? werr 'I 'introduced in last spiings state four minutes of the ago with his family go to the State I. h.
I County Agent T. K. McClane ingto Miss Dorothy legislature by Sen. Charley E. The score was about'I'n Surviving are his wife Mrs. The band is scheduled to perform later in the spring. To b"- dl1-1'! >

Matthews HeardIn I Home Demonstration Agent Dorothy I DI'nwnstratlOngf'nt.. Johns and Rep. Doyle E. Conner through most of the contest. with Mary Kelly of Tampa: two sons, three numbers at 8'30 a.m. at I for the state meet a )h iml: j n, .

I nos!'!. Clerk of Circuit CourtA. | The Zinnia show I is If the bill is not passed by the I the Jacksonville! club leading byt B. E. Kelly Plant City, and Claude Robert E. Lee High School and will secure a first division "i'i' |" i

Speech Here J. Thomas and Mrs. Marian 1: project of the count I voters in the primary the race points at the half In the last Kelly Lakeland: two daughters then go through a sight readingtest rating.
Last Saturday Howe, Chamber of Commerce Demonstration Club track funds will be di-'trib''d' tin Eaves. Dryden and Wink- Mrs. Eunice Box, Jacksonville, and on an unfamiliar selection. Roberts said an adnns.si
cents for students and 50 t it-: i r
secretary.The I that it will be twc Other events the will
says ler! last vears system. started a drive that Mrs. Mamie Brown. Tampa during day
I). R. (Billy) Matthews committee supervised the third of fourth Friday Ilt'r the local scoring team the victory. :; sisters, Mrs. Ethel Altman and I see the entire band participate in adults would be charged!: :<'i, t ih.
drill 'the i'nt: < '
performance in
date for Congress from the candi'l: planting of two camellia bushes 1 i pending on the Guard To Fire Winkler and Ingram were out Mrs. Mollie Hogan, both of Tampa: the drill competition in the GatorBowl
two hydrangeas two red buds I I Bowl tomorrow night!: Th*'r.- *
zinnias. and starting at 7:30 and
Congressional District spoke here and two brothers. Watson I : p.m.
-landing on defense for the local
one Mahan pecan tree. 12 erico'des' I I I I the of Karl Norman be no charge for the niornmg \-
At participation
Saturday afternoon, reviewing the Last year's blue -- Camp Blanding club Dryden and Eaves were Beldin Kelly, both of Tampa. formances
I and two rose bushes. The platform upon which he asks votersof ,,111 the-how were: Mrs. I j high scours with 22 points each. Funeral sf'rvIce.'l're inj ,
were donated by Fred )la13n0'11 April 5th And 6th I Norman and North. th -' bai ii!
the district to elect him ham, Brooker Mrs. i Tampa with burial in Myrtle Hill petition.
their I known Monticello ; | Ht'ndrickwas high scorer for the ,, II I'' solo entrants will be enti r' d in I"
Representative. nurseryman; Brooker; Mrs. Helen I'visitors with 16 Cemetery ,, Roberts said the BUS band will .
Mahan donated plants for similar The Se; md Battalion. 121th In. pOints. I trombone and French horn '

Matthews who was director of ceremonies throughout the State.The I bronn; and Mrs. fantiy will pt-r.d next weekind ali !t i play the "f'arnival March" and the visions respectively Thi v will! r-

alumni affairs at the Universityof I rose bushes were planted on I!I Sunnybrook. j Camp Blandinj for the purpose'of Legion To See I Birth Date Proof nerttni' "Carnival of Roses" both turn to Starke immediately. nf'e,
Florida before he resigned tc The Heilbronn and ,. !' I '>.f whii'h and "The the final and
the north side of the court house I ; firing unit weapons till tIn Must Be Presented are required judging all 11"\\ur:< >
run for Congress! pledged that he The pecan and rose bud trf'e'pl't'i I tied for the grand "!range The Battalion consists oCo 'f f Convention MovieAt i Awakening of Galatea" as a selected nvnt of ratings will be m.nli- at"> .'

would work "night and day" in permanently planted at the new and received a cash: E. Ocala; Co. F, Jacksonville. Next Meeting !; By Registrants I number for the morning llpm I Saturday!

the interest of having Camp each Co. G, Gainesville: Co H. Lees ,

Blanding used in the National Defense -I jail.The other shrubs were pla'.tet! burg, and Hq. & Hq Co. Ptaike I \ Dr A Y Covmgton Com- I An appeal for ne,\ registrants tc Kelly Expresses Hearing On Permit

program. temporarily at the new jail. but> Funeral SundayFor The Battalion is commanded by mandt-i ot Jones-La ngford-White bring their birth certificate or I Thanks To PublicI For New Bus Line
The candidate stated that he Lt. Col. T. K. McClane. Jr some other proof of their date of
Post %, The
they will be transplanted to the' American Legion, announced
was 100 cent against the Civil L. F. with them when they come I To Be Held March 31A
per site of the old 1 jail as soon as it ;P Members of the local unit will: ] that a motion picture> of birth the citizens of Bradford

Rights program, FEPC. or anything J converted into the agricultural: At Zellwood leave for Blanding Saturday morti- ;, the 1931 American Legion National for their first registration was i-- Count
else would take i sued this week by Mrs. Rhoda I pllblli hi-anng i >>n, '''' ;
that away office building.The ing April 5. where they will be I Iquartered Convention in Miami will be shown "ipp
any of tht rights of the sovereign | State Road Department the Funeral services t..r I I' in barracks Saturday at the regular Post next Tuesday Dampier clerk of Selective Serv- I am truly thankful that I am ration <,f 'harley E Joh.lid, A
Board Xo. 13. not opposed in the for F.. MrKmney. Si t-. < rfe iproposed
States. He also socialized : ice p
opposes County Road Department. and JoeLee. Surrl'ne72, of ? night near the lake They will begin I, night at 8 o'clock in the Legion '
Mrs. urged the IS-year- County Tax Collector. This office Bus Lines wii'!!
Dampier Blanding :
medicine Federal aid to education I
courthouse janitor 1e11'e'with held Sunday afternoon firing Saturday afternoon and I, Hall. This full color picture of
olds to bring some authentic proof is office and I am here tc be hold in the courthouv Monday
and any world government pro. I, the planting. in the First \; )' (, continue through Sunday. April 5. ; the Miami Convention is considered
poaals, based unrealities which!I of birth date. "A birth certificateis serve all of the people. If I can March 31. at 9:30: ) am. ;ic<"oflmj;
II there with Rt"D.. ? I This is the annual training program the best convention film "
would make the U. S. lose its I I preferred. she said. "but the be of any help to you please call to notice given by the Florida Rail
Easter Seals officiating Interment that all members must patticipate yet taken and has a running time
II registrant may be accompanied bya me and will receive road & Public Utihtux Corn
on you every
sovereignty.High I Zellwood Cemetery. in and employers are urged I of 36 minutes notavailabli'
on the list of things he advocates To Go Out SoonThe Mr. Surrency ',':O-i the I I to permit their employeewho ar! All Legionnaire- veterans of parent "if the certificate i- R.?::itance I can give you. ServIng !rl"..
I I: : you is all I am interested in The Jine wo il-i\ <'
of industrial propo-ed
is members
the dispersal late Henry C. and H3.n'1 I I of the Guard lo atund Starke and Bradford County are out that some proofof
area to the South. He annual task of addres1ng without prejudice. : cordially invited to attend She pointed i and I cannot and will not take Starke. Camp Blan'iir.K:;: M'i'.i:
of Brooker and needed at
rency actual birth date is .. .
said. "In the light of the atomic and stuffing "nve'.opes containing;i of his lift as a i.e*id. I Among the weapons to In- fired I! the time of registration in orderto I any part in other races. for all phr'v <\ Gold Corp KIIIg'.-).. HI, i

bomb, it is national suicide to concentrate Easter Seals was 'in-ler way thi.? : county. I are the pistol. Carbine rifle M-l Senior 4-H Girls future nuxup" I the candidates are fine persons and and B.llOto..nLab
: prevent
all our industrial mightin week with the l-v.-al campaign b-. I rifle. machine guns cal 30 and 50 inductees from I my friends. It means a lot to me
." ing under the direction of Mr* He is survived by h: ; To Meet The next call for to feel that I have your confidence
any one section of the country I one IOn, Earl M ? and several types of mortars Saturday I the local board will come in April. Still Leading In
Ruby Johns and Mrs. Pauline ,,, I
Matthews said he was in favor lando. However Mrs Dampier added that J K Kelly
and '
Torode. Sponsors of trdrive two The Olii.-r Girl- 4-H Cl-ih will Humphreys Tourney
of more effective laws against Frances Parker of .st Morgan Issues all men railed at that time were I Your Tax Colle.torI
Communists and advocated the here are Rev T. G. Mitchell.' Mr ., meet in t.'e:! courthouse Saturday I I and have
and Mr*. P. M Barefoot examined last year I The Lab Team. with an .'veia,'
Communist FAward Burns and W. B.tundy. Statement Of Thanks March 22. said Miss Dorothy Ross
death induction
penalty for any i been awa.ting
I simply ;
The North Florida Sviety for and three grand ( i i Home Demonstration Agent. Mi*? Sgt. Leon B. Triest of 833 maintained top pos.h'.r) irHumphieys "
guilty of Crippled Children depend upon A large number of : 1I I To the utizens of Bradford Ross urged all of the girls to attend orders since then I Receives PromotionSgt Gold bowling to irra

the sale of Easter Seals 'o help friends attended th.? ;i County t since part ,n the mee'ing will ment this week The Engineer-: -.

City Council handicapped children! in this andother ,* different sections 01 t.' I Due to the fact that no other be devoted to the electior of ....f. Speaker DesignateTo Leon B Ttiest. Hq. & Service Service Department wirji *><>f>

Has Quiet MeetingThe surrounding counties I candidate has qualified for the ficers for the coming ye'-1r. stayed In second place
!jcluiing Mr and Mr*. I Visit Rotaryi Co. 419 Engr Aviation En.. Fort Individual standing wen-
For the past two years the generous office of Superintendent of Public j Mi;,;s Ross went ju to say that

City Council had is "ql etest response or the public hac foot and Mrs Frances j Instruction, I will be unoppo.-ed ,;i the rest of the m!etln; would be i Bryant of Ocala. speaker Huachuca ArJ% has been promoted Best individual average.,
and briefest" session in many a allowed the Sod,: I)' to conduct a for the Democratic nomination in i I devoted to the Jiq\'Uos\:1 of the ,I to the grade of Sergeant E. R Fox 143; best indiv.dua'.
1953 House! o
of the
moon Tuesday night. The members Crippled Children's Camp on Crystal Motor Court the May primary. I am most J 4-H short course, summer camp I designate : 'First Clais. His military title te ,I game, Joe McGee 209 be-i Ill'I /".
Lake in cooperaticn with the this and and additional work: on crocheting Representatives will be guestspeaker
met at 7:30 and adjourned grateful for privilege 'II :i' Personnel Sergeant. total E. R. Fox 4S2 highe-1
shortly after S after a15 minute University of Florida! and the Ala- Lynn's Motor Court of pledge myself to continue to discharge -I and home electrical demonstra at the Wednesday luncheon l Sgt. Triest's home addres? is Rt (I' game number of JltrJktfo (c

-bull session". its the lull chua County Sch-x Board. It 'c Starke on U S. 3A1. the duties of this office: I tions. meeting of the Starke RotaryClub. :r average
Maybe 13
the only project of its kind in tar I with the best interests of the children The 4-H short course Is an 'annual 1. Starke. His family now I'jWeichel and M. C. Fuiiderbi.k.-
the J.
before the storm, the boys say. 1 by owners. Troy I'\ of Bradford County alway I trip to Tallahassee by from residing at Bisbee. Ariz., 43 mflei (, tied at 2.66; Highest average mini

At rate they thoroughly enjoyed I. state.Mrs. E Lynn. to Fred I six to eight of the outstandingSOlder Mr Bryant will be introduced I ''
any Joseph L. G"ao? 1.:1.k in rr.ind V>rr th rar.p her of -pares M C Mn.rir.:
one peaceful meeting. ; City i> president of the Sot ety Hische for a it-parted : j I -HP Morgan ] Girl- of th" r ur/y by Rep Doyle E Conner of Starke



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TO GIVE A PINT OF BLOOD? I I '! end west of Mr Per'.'- -I-te' I ..* :-M-10! ,i 11Amell (,p"-h' t t. !. .\ : ... '

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS NEWS% and brother i '\1. I *. M t't', \t' itt, Jj"1, tae r '. ".-'.,d... .j"''" I ,
L. P Rafu-i : u'Tir p-and-n.'' ,' 1.'r.; : 'rn ';'. :\! ,
Miss. ,1 i i I';.', *. .
i. -.>' i! M I Pi'iii.a: : Donunj., 1,1 t': at.trt.!!!:..: 1.' _
z \\"' ,'ht'ndh' ItI.I t'\e! > in Tampa ..
"l 'I ", I \ .. "f the new.hided P. r"" n;
t c \\ .n r- V!: : :u !l J\s\ Mrrh"list! Church of Bald S .n
mooning h"I'1, : !. .'; .\\.m ,. Mr
I and1! Ipan
"t : ''ii'!!'i lllCarlll\.I' V! and Mi > J .\ M t, 1 I' .t'l 1 \ '
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s {" d 1 hN. r t' '., i I,1 : group .Utfi-d\ u ,."I, Mrlir .I,,\,,', ,.'
'''.' ; I.' '. th. Club Hou-i .1!. 1 MoOILS, Jii: im' aii! 1 T:!! ;n t .. ., >
rt't1.it'd! i to T.I'I i I r. i\ I I' t:Kvhon a .' Kd.sar.N M- ,. ,! '
'I'i : .t' .'. : 'r set vltig lunch -p' nt Sunday with Mr M, D.m.t'i! : :
, t gN :, ii Mr and M> I : i. .. : ", '. .'" "< "' 'II'! thrt.,. Lt t .." I t\.i":: : ..rd lies: ] I' : .
, 'l" i. ;} >: and the only I In mother, Mrs. Sara Di! i i'un! 1

? N .,. 11 .-, ill be dinner at six Seaman John Ward is ..: K- y. ft';.. L _" _r """' -L_"" C .:.... .__..... --_
rti.irw ... ., r. \\ ill be a varied stone Heights, home uu leirc I
men, .l.' k, n biscuit, creamed from Korea.
UIM 1" ,d I 'ihot coffee cold Rev. A. Brooks Johnson of Ross I
1 1'P dntiK. ,ji:' ,u.d cake coe. Ohio is visiting Mr al..1! .' Mt- 49C BUYS A LOT THIS WEEK !

M' =""'l'kwill: ein charger Murphy at the Cooptr e"".>- 'A\\
.n "J !pun.1 r the caildrent; Keystone Lake.
M> ::0', .; ni the parcel post I I The problem of nrt-sp f-Y
bl'1'!: Kula Walker and Mrs teen-agers turned loose at t'.o -
"" 1 Y ;. w n "!,,,1 I M I.-. McDonnld, Mrs I. and more acute in K'yt"I i!'
4 a 4a >-' ', r- and Mr"teiii r.f the ; HeIghts. Last week three in,'i.!< ::

r r, i. .(in Con! nut '"11' arc occurred, any one of which i',.".M':
: I r.: l : .. all of L.: -. b'ith.-. I have had very serious e,'nu' ::

Sw 1.1 ... r....,'r:! u i-et.i,.. of the Club ces On Wednesday owe .,' ..
( / & 1!' h.. h. I 11 i i/i Tuesday. Mar 25, hot-rodders" was cauj,:.t i '' i ri
jf Yi I. .t t 1 I.., K Guest' speaker will ,[ he chased a car and --h'l' I' I'
h' PI' \\ 'ite| of the University ofi with buck shot. On Friday: O'.t ..t.t

F.01'! Ida, who will sp?: 'i. nOREt;
1'1'' fun! problems of the name and through the window of the '.': -t-r -

3 +Sx9" v. ' \., as this talk will be of inf>rest !I glass. On Saturday one .,:' ..:.c..I.

: 4jfJl to men a- well as jvomen. Thtrel, threw one of these biillnon!. in
m ; ; '.Mil be a musical program also the face of a driver who .1.1.-\i

: fj k That elusive will-of-the-wisp I Ii 1 I wrecked his car because l In. '.?i- (Juantilv\ W{ hls Kfs.fi t.d.| (Prit't" (d boil Thru >:at.. \I 1.1'' h .
i the club card party, which has :! blinded by the water but \\ :h < 't
7 $ p b""n i talked of for amine week i I nally, after a chase t.align: ".'

> ind A huh wa, by error, ann<->unci I young hoodlums who ha 1 n', ,.".,. ..,'''''''.., -- [l.i- _
; \ : .N Nu!: piim"d down and will realH These are not, as MMIi, '"i Argo Calif.

: hi Vin': n tin April 15. Keep( that suppose, underprivileged \ lot
flat! .11 ni'iidTh. I! l dren, brought up in po\e.t t.,. ,an!

y. "t Community Rl'vue'Va.." i taking out their reset t-n p'I
s "i hp'i "f discussion last Fri I against the world by -IK'h a"t PEACHES 2 No. 2 1-2 Can 49c

diy: night. when a group met itt social acts. They are th. sun- t
t i It' iioint 'ut Mi-. P. II. IIa.skin well-to-do parent who h n'' h .
This snnw' was presented last given everything h,'\ v. .r .
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.T + -[p> ing b\ the PTA with a pro- from the time they w ie b< !n! -- --

YO"2y A y 11 <.t f .tt'!-. and kits dune by This is their idea in. IIP It in! ." !!
a aq Argo Sliced Educator
\ \i I. oifMiiization-, and individuals. proS'ItIIt' day: to. 1" iU lol"\' ..1.1I i ,;
This vu ar the shows will be I
''In MaH :rod plans are under given.; AAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAWTEY Ii;

;q 71 rydv6 0I.Fr .Th"M' an entertaining atlt'ndmgthe evening organiza waytoi I % PINEAPPLE E l E 1 S SALTINS l E S

n. Fwd 111gWI'rl' Mr-\ \4..1.
< .'!Ih! L. II. utdi
m president of the PfA I
:MtM: L Sibley and Mrs R"btlaikoii ., No. 2 cans Pound Boxes
jttxf li .. .I representing the same ...-..rnnnvr.. r r..r.nr 1 49C 2 49C

i at ,fa 1 $ oigamzation: S E. McKav. preli"I Martin \\ :ii'rru who has h"'I i II! it

I a dint i of the Rotary Club Dr. tending an11 Corps it. ;:IIIII:i ----- -
IMu>ser and Edward Bleha of! school in the Denver i >.J"I'.I'j-'
(Photograph from "This Is War" by David Douglas Duncan > I Donald Duck Old
? the Lions Club; and Mr w. area is visiting hl- pn: < u'I'I I Glory
Reynoldrepresenting the Wom and Mrs J E. Wai '11 .\!'"i a

TELL IT TO THIS MARINE! an's Miss Club.Gladys Tillis entertained on II! parents visit of Marvin se'eral.Ib experts t.t... \"h..- .I.v h. P-NUT BUTTER PORK & BEANS

Sunday with a birthday dinner i, signed to a post in FI a i u.i : iMi.
Sometimes, they say, a picture is worth a thousandords.. ,. for her father. Mrs. Merrill of, '. and Mrs. J. 13 D-: <>' F'1

The above i LS worth lot than that in bringing home to civilian Jacksonville was an out of town Lauderdale, Mrs C S I'-"'!'n.r .n.1lof
one a more -
11 / No. 300 Cons
:i guest. j jI Miami and MINi"II huul'yof l Az JftC
need for blood. We look the face of
the defy anyone to at that 2 6 49C
i Mrs Pat Fraher entertained! Jacksonville were glll'.1 \
wounded, shocked :Marine[ and not feel a prick of conscience:: unless he I 1 Wednesday evening of last week: (1M. Blanchard and daii;.:!ht' )FII: i

pledges a pint of blood. 1 at the Inn with three tables of I(Ion' Sunday of last '.\., -I.1 _. _. .nnwxgro _._ ,- 1> _
I bridge and canasta. I Mrs Louis II. Hill ot' 1..1 k-'i'i' '!
We are told that our Armed Forces require 300,000 pints of whole
Mrs. Burch has to Miami spent the weekend it !i'r! t ''i''1\,.' T 'cal Brand ( Limit 4)
blood a month. Until recently, American citizens: have been donating it I I
for short visit.
at the rate of only 30,000 pints a month. a
Mrs. Margaret Tracy has had asher I Mis. W. H Edwanls! s|1' ,a i:,

Industry can produce the jjunsthe bombers the tanks and ships guests her son, J. H. Tracy, weekend: with relatius' !n I! 1.J ., \-t:

but only.\\'E can give the blood. To date, there is no known substi- i his wife and his wife's moUierj I viII and! was acconipm1 j 'i. inn! TOMA TOESNo.303cansllY2
tute, chemical or otherwise, for the life-giving blessing of human blood.1 j and Mr- Dayton HIJ; s and t tby Mr. and Mrs. Ilex M'v'n .1 >I''
: Miss Jo Blakesly of St. Pete.-;burg: children Sunday af I"l'o\.1 i
That's what the young :Marine in the picture above must have and many ,
; spent a few days with k and I Mr and Mrs Bobbhil.ti.. ..d!
more like him.
j Mrs Ownsbey and took Mr. Owns I and baby made a busine tl''t; t' .""" __ .....,,,, tf. '-z .!IJ- ___ _
What are the chances of a wounded GI coming through his ordeal? 1: bey's mother Mrs Evelyn Own Jasper on Saturday of la-' \.h
/ ,, bey back to St Petersburg after:; Mr and Mrs Frank P U." iN of Dinty Moore 11. Fancy Pink
That depends on blood Without that blood, fatalities mount sharp- a two week's visit with her son. I Jacksonville wereisitm.,: ',I'" ;pie' I

ly. With that blood, the armed forces can save the lives of 97 out of every Mr. and Mrs E. J. Marsh of ents, Dr. and Mrs \\" Tdt -

hundred men who reach even the most forward hospitals.So 1 I Lynn Haven, stopped in Keystonethe : I I one Sund.a day last week. .. BEEF STEW i SALMONan
first of last week to visit 11r.I evening K1" ;
blood WILL TELL. Our blood.
I and Mrs. Weld. I I Blanchard and Miss Fit? \ ]I':' III.
chard, Mi and! Mi-- !: \,
But wounds won't wait. Right nowve're dipping into precious reserves I Mrs. pk. D Gamble, of Mead- i were No.1 J Tall
McLeod of Jacksonville 24 Oz.
scraping the bottom of the barrel to make up a 2 OOOO pint I i yule Pa. and Mrs. C. M. Stuttonof 49C 49C
deficit every month that rolls by.1'ith a drain like that how long can I Detroit spent Sunday night at j i The Howard Mmeis nf ", ;: :"'n!

any reserve last ? When the reserve i is gone thousands upon thousands of I the Inn. They are both former residents 'I ville were Sunday glll'h" : l,,=

l lives will be needlessly lost. of Keystone: : and cam, back 'mother. Mrs. Effie Miner __ __. __ ,.". ._ _,_ IItI1I
to renew old acquaintences. I j Mr and Mrs Monsn Tatiri!': u d'

A mobile unit collecting blood for the Armed Forces will be at the USO Last week<< Mr and Mrs Wm. j son. Monty, Butch. and JIPI. i ij tI Chase & Sanborn ( Limit 1 )

in Starke on Wednesday March '_'G. A quota of lf 0 pints has been set for Reynolds had as their guests, Mr..1 I j Deland were dinnei gu'-,L' ii i
Bradford County but why stop at the quota:? The Marine in the picture and Mrs. Sargo Dalliett of C'ear- I Tatunis' sister, air! GV'; K-,,. .

above had no quota on the amount he lost. \\'ouhl"l' want him to die for j water Beach. On April 5, Mr. -tnd!I I Other guests of Mt an }: i 1' ,

our way of life or LIVE for !t'?? Only we can decide. I Mrs. Dalliett will sail: on the S. S.1 Roberts that day im lu-1' 1 M-! COFFEE Lb. Can79C
'!and Mrs. Vernon lk..x i an :'
u' Vulcania for Genoa. They '.v.ll I I .
:Many of us have been giving this matter a lot of thought meaning, visit Rome, Florence, Lake Como, David, of Starke M!;-, \ I' <. i I
no doubt, to pledge but putting it off waiting see what others are I Switzerland, and Paris returningin r'Wylha:' of Hastings ,mi I i ; \\ 1 1I

going to do and yes just a little afraid perhaps. I August on the Ille de France:.i I Roberts Jr. of Palatka ,I "I'4
will h Mr. and Mrs. Bryant K-iiii! ':i
On their return they visit wit
If you are one of these who has been hesitating on the fence Mr and Mrs Reynolds in Highlands |Jacksonville were Sutul! ,: I II Fla. or Ga. Shipped Gr. "A" Sunnyland
take another look at that wounded :Marine then call ;2-J or 7-l-J and I N. C.Mr I lof his parents*, Mr and! M \ f ti Dressed & Drawn
pledge your pint of blood .-- TODAY ,:'ReddifJi.I .
and Mis Ralph Thorn VI EIN E I E R S
pent last weekend in Keystone! I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dmin..1
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ,L i.sitmg Mrs Thomas' parents, Mr.1 baby of Ft. Lauderdale \\'er" 'a" .kWhat F FRY.ERSPound E S

Bradford County Telegraph LAKE GENEVA : Lb.

I5y HIam'he Cunningham/ Pound

rublislicd Every rnaajr sffEft*. and Entered as Second AAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVOwing

l tars Matter at the Pont /$ r< W. Office at Starke FU. U> ill health I't.. Finlfy, I
popular merchant here for tht
past right years. ha, old hi- business i. I __
Member I //\l 1952
: Interests
to the Raymond
Manus, who tockl',. Monday (, Prods

SulM .ription $2.73 annually >g aS> $'30 For SU. MonthsALVAREZ' However to still have live the purcitesd in Fmlt Lako rs have the Geneva decided former'as'thty ,'' 'i to Progress f '? .:.xx' B A C ON Breakfast 3 9c

Men's Clothing I I home of the T. MiJlu-ans', who have : fl i'
STORE moved to Keystone Heights. I t S .
llI I Established 1891 111l'A.I"'i -
ol[ his
Raymond and Body Mann: willoperate Incentive t toward improvement I I

a genetaliervtc- station '!I economic. position through the profit motive Superbrand Colored Qts.Margarine.
in i-onnettion with their/ st')re.i! is mans greatest boon: to progiers andprosperity.
They are well !known ,
...., and have '
many friends in lhi set-tiou &s': ,*\. I ,
they have lived her'' many year. I Through the individual's prosperity the 5 LBS. $1. ;O
\ From where sit.. fy Joe MarshIt Trust Mr. I'inlt'y s health will .
improve with this well deserved I i comxtunitt. state/ nation and\ human

-' rest and bust wishes to the alarm society have progressed and prospered.
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in their new undertaking.
I Onl .by,maintaining and creating moreopportunities'
Isn't the Heat- j Miss Lillian G?ntrv is sper.dans : Sweet Juicy

some time with her brother-in-law .,for-the. free individual to

It's the Hide! 'and sister !lr. and Mt". Dert Bus- prosper can all of us attain greater eco. .

bee, at Silver Sp.'ags.Mr ? J" LBS. 19cI
and Mrs E. Shipp of ritts- .'- nomic-security \' FLA. ORANGES 5
/ Bit discussion after the Crane sun's rays than animals with dark burgh. Pa. were lei-ent callers of -'-, ,
l netting F-iday night. Tik: Ander- coats. So you're both right!" Mr. ..
and Mrs Fl F"Ylh.: and E. I "
Ion wai aigjinj that hogs were From where I sit, so many useless O'Xeil Mr Sfcipp is an engineer Taking Away from the Individual the Oppor I ..,_. _,!II'I'

lots more affected by the hot arguments could be avoided crane operator in a steel mill there tunity to Save for His Old Age Security Deprives -
weather than cattle. Skeeter Mor if would remember hegandeclaredthatitwasn'tsothat and this Grown
a person ithin first visit tc Him of His Greatest Incentive to Progress
doesn't have all the right on his Flonda. *

he serer saw any hogs bothered by side. Reminds me of folks who insist Mrs 'H Barrett and s'Jn Frank \ Y PASCAL CELERY Stalk SC1
the hot sun like his cows were. that (coffee for instance, is the of Pittsburgh an
I was glad when Rusty Robins only drink forgetting that other for a two weeks v.'it with \!r> Use YouBar.k Champion of Your Liberties.
Ion stepped in. people have a right to a glass of Barrett's mother Mrs. J Bet-z --.. -

he "don't get so beer now and then. If we wouldn't of Punxsutawney. who ha
"Bo 's, says, I Agen Quick Frozen 12 Oz. Pkgs.RASPBERRIES.
riled up. It all depends on what get so "h et up" about our prejudices J- spent the past several weeks heat : 1
color the livestock are Hogs or -we'd all be better off! Lucas.the home of h.r br other H jFLORIDA BANK at STARKEr

cattle, the ones with light-colored I 2 49cr"
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airs B. Cunmn.;hia. and MTJ. r
coats absorb less heat from the 9,'( ,lfAut ( /
Richard and Warren spent Sun Uloridaa lion a I jroua
day in Jacksonville. I
Mr. and Mrs R. Forytw andE. tMeEI
Co?)right t,19Sl.'nittJ: Stares Brewers fow'Jr' ._,
O. Nell were bus'uess: callers u:: -
Jacksonville last week. 'I


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Behave Yourself' DwPre Reviews I I c ;ier: si, ndiiif a ttndileac were shopping; in Aliih'. '.
i -.) ]iff u.th; hi, pan'inMr and i afternoon
New Film Comedy, MiN 1 G Hayes I \Vallie ('retvs of Ci"<'h?.'i -

To ParkA Progress Of FPL 5 -,.,______.h_ _.:\- ----, Ann and Freddie Vuk.iy of the weekend with Mi r .1', i V!
Coming I
.. rw __. :1l11es:1Jl':: spent last Thursdayrgltt G. B Colson.
fun-filled film about a pairof In Rural AreasAn .' 11 \ ;' with Linda Gale Gie nand Mrs Earl Willis and Mi T ,.> ,
newlyweds and their trouble >::; ne Edwards 'I W Thomas spent part I.t' : >.nd a man who has 20 years r

with a gangster mob is presenter outstanding; record in Jfr & f Mr and Mr!'. CV. Tompkmf week in Orlando atll>nd.."!, ". ( HnA! ;emort v- -rhi KnuW RY+A ,fi ,

In "Behave Yourself, showing at electrification in this di-ti IIi I II I 0 4J >f Jacksonville spent Sunday visit- State WMS meeting: ,\ 'I!' a.. ,m.. ,>1" n.10
the Park Theatre Sunday and I been set by Florida I over .'<.: Li'; I f 0 ns Mr and Mrs. O \\'. BarrY. T. B. Pinholster and CIr P: !
Monday. I Company, accordi::g to J H I I ) $SAN MM( ( jI Mr and air s. Tom Edwards of wards attended Dt'dilalS": : \. '; .' ''U1l ,'p. a mx > W S ( '

Farley Granger and Pre, manager who anno'mc( i ...."!.It" 1 1i rtnrthington: were Sunday guest I ices held at the Bayle B. .' )v witling\ '" in on wnn sa ';. ( '!t
Shelly"Int'l rrr : ;i
ers are co-starred in yesterday that his company nrn Mrs Eva Harrell. to ao things for the people a w
rf'-r.- i l C
r- Church t t
:Mi Sunday afternoon
story about a dog that has been I the past six years has \ I t and Mrs. Earl Green were
trained by one group of gangster doubled the number of u.ial triT n Gainesville Thursday Fire Auxiliary it
to act as a go-between; with tomers it serves hcie Mr and Mrs. Mike Tilgt.man.II' The Brooker Fire Auxil.: ,- \' '
another mob and bring about al 1 "In our Blanding clistmt, )!, i children of Gainesville were at the home of Mrs How>. V. 1
the trouble when he gets away prised of Bradford County -. : 2768 MILESof t" kend guests of Mr and Mrs '
I II = :Monday night March 1'') v : "
from his trainer and follows lh* part of Clay County", DuPi.- sail\ I M. Mott
i rural electric lines [ president MrH S .tilde: : ,
Friends :
newlywed husband home. The j "we now serve 1,030 rural (' new t of little Kenneth Mott I
I bride thinks the animal is an anniversary !, torrers This is an 81 per cent built during past six years 're glad he is home after a long I char-' Vtte: a sh-n in- :
present while memberr I Crease over the 568 rural !I li'iess' in the Alachua County Hos session; it'l: ,5 refs, .," .., '
of both gangs frantically try tr I tomers served at the end of by Florida Power & Light i j'.talA:' were ;s. i 1" he hostess M t Speaking Dates In Bradford County
the dog back in order to gc During the past six years large crowd gathered at the
Company would extend ]Dedan living fl'' i was be.uiti'.il'vdecorate :!. S\TI un 11.111tt 1 11 j_
through with a million-dollar I power company bunt mor Church Saturday afternoon SI I .\IIKK; 1I..50: I'.M.
ileas : I.\\\IK\ 7..10; I'M
Tl-1 next
smuggling scheme. 54 miles of rural lines to I' from Miami to San Francisco., I For a clean up and enjoyed a fish 1 ;
I I i I II Ii ',. TlTSim( ( M, \KCIILMH :!:l
fiv t Ihlrl' utter ., meeting u :ill h I Mi'I ;
electric available! 161 "
Life with nagging motherinlaw !service to -i pit ::" u '
a additional I I \\\'l r>t'k ylls J I-, ..\ V \11'10(1) ( X. M lUtOOKKK:l: 11:11::!( 1. Mi .
is Granger .
tough enough i I i MiH ,, i I'ol \il\ 'aid( 1'ir h1.... \ dnvni\
but when he finds himself involved Figuring each of its l,030 F ; :\ ? uilii/ :V <.- _,. _.
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with a flock of gangsters thirstingfor customers represents 1-2 pf> I wood, and uors dozens I of ot'i'" '! .in .--" "-:---- -- ..,-- -"- --. -'{ ..- ,.: .. -- -, _.- ... c .. -- .' ..._.. .
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his pitch.blood, things reach an exciting -'' on Florida the average Power &, this Light means backbreaking task."A I I Mi Diil'ie+ pointed out that the t ) ___ _.r .' -._ .. .- --..: -, .-."<'"<.:, _'- oj 10. --;'. -".'/-. -1i! ..,. -- --.- __.. --" ,;II'." ."....4"'' ="_af. "" .."." ." .-
I I'I I very important service ren state of Florida, with 794 pcix-nt r
Both stars turn in hilarious per \''I now servs a rural population I tiered by electricity is that it en of its occupied fat ins eleiti.1.i t :, d i
formances and they) get fine sup I the Starke trading --na ables the rural resident to operate from central power stations i- *
port from Archie, the canine star+!i over 3.603 people. I on his own farm several kinds of ahead of all the other nine southeastern
of the film. j "We Are proud of this ajhi \' businesses formerly restricted tl'I states. The Florida 1'(1"I

| ment," DuPre said "Because elt the city. For example with elec & Light Company serves a :I u,tj"i, WE
Do Elgin !I trio service contributes greatiy j I tricity available, a rural resident 1 portion of this !;tat.', t 113
your :1: the prosperity of our b,.ck [ may operate a fruit or vegetable I I,1' ale not it,' .: ;g II ""I'i
Banner Buy-ing now! "Besides operating 1 hom-- processing plant a pasteur'iziuu: laurels he SIII't'! 1111'1\:.t '. 9 O K.: CALL

such as fiigerators. ": \ and other businesse- tu. "i.' DELIVER
plant many c ''in :iiiimpiiivt tin .1 l' \ i isiotis I'
water heaters and vacuum H\<' which help make him! more pi"" 'iii! 'our lines in ni'li i in e'. STREETJ.
ers electricity ligl.tens farm iab< perous and which in tUi:n, ion der tits \eiy best <>! 11!L'i !11)). -" M I I. '
I It pumps water, grinds feed, s,II \I"I tribute to the prosperity of our ''tl. oiii i ustonrersBROOKER"'
I I )c Pnce i.owl Thru \\idno'd.iMarch JlL > *
tailors of :it'wingmachinps and
Denton Named \\ HESKRNK TilE Itlali7"fu
l vacuum cleaners in the South I HUT (Jl \:\ ITIE--;

i General They Alabama have, Mississippi 20 stoics, in Louisiana Flomla. Mrs F. J. L'l'4j [ --..-.- .. -. -----.-. ..-. -r'. --"! t---- -- .c .,. .'... '._..,- .-. .---,==fJ..1'f---' : ..">.W'n. :- -_-__ ,"L.".-.._-.:;, : ,:_ .

Fla. Grade A Dressed & Drawn
i Texas Aikansas. and Oklahoma. LB. New Washing Miracle Large Box'

1 I:I Of Acme-Atlas Officials of the ro.."-.nv attrib j+, Miss Mama Kay Hazen of

ute a large share of the phe- Starke spent[ the w' I
r5r noin.'nal growth and rapid expansion .: with Mary France Haz.t
+ ""t! their business to the effec- I Mr and! :Mrs TV Mark' \ i
rn'I'II"'S" of newspaper advertising. ;:Itti I I Gainesville on business I I-M( "
All leaders: of daily and weekly day. llens4SdTideBest
new ,|IHpl''S are familiar with the I I Mrs Jettve Hazc-n MiMooie ',
>.rfi}rHa ( eve-iatihmg Acme-Atlas ads The' and MI-S Guy Hat roll ,'
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"r company has been a consistentusei shopping in lacksonville Fnciav
of advertising space in thBictdtoid .' N; (; Hay's.J 11 I' i M-I tut MI'(1 Sun
y Nyd County Telegraph lor clay to Fort Hmiil T-I-: h pi.I l..n<
? mole than a year, and has found
this an effective medium for placIng I+ I .
Sfrifti -7 ; Us message before consumerin : -- : __ ,--'; .-- -:- ._d __ ';\ '___ _: < : ,._ t. .. :..-_- __'_---- _- .. _- .. : _._c'c''L:''''
this area. WELDING
Grade 1st Cut Center Cut
:Mi I>.-nton. whose headquarter'

+ /, \ iii( hi in :Miami, is a graduate I iItu r.::
\, !: +'uu" s Administration at Deloit] ,t
1 ..j"! Wisconsin, anti also
? :.11 lb.
Full hurt Jial is easy to read enIkit #: ( tended Northwestern I'mversi"! WHITE BACON jGc lb. 2V
handwmt mold .
/';"'Ain itrab,.. $3 375 ,,I rA.I ". 'fi fiI 'h ""ni\'t>rsity of Tennessee and!
,;.,'.*! 1 ::" I IieK.ilh' State TeacherCollege: I,
f7 ;, II- is a member of Phi Kappa PS i,
75 i
AS iienuty f : I and served two \eair I I \\e offer the |M-o4e| 'f Starke ,__ 'z ___.... ____ ____ .. _
towAt ::33_ I dining; World War II in the South
I Appointment of John Sliced Tender
,.4 r.. Pautu Theatie HP is active in I and vicinity one of the most'
I as. general manage, of thr At' \
\"avianorganizations, is I
mlr'rit'd II
Atlas Stores ha- been I modern and finest equipped
EI SIMPSON I and has one child.
by lIel bert Kern: president of I I lB
I. chain. The new general In announcing the appointment.t ,!j \\"I.Min"hops/ anywhere.All PIG LIVER

GEM JEWELRYSeaboard I''baa been with Acme-Atlas t Kern said: "We sincerelybelieve i Work Guaranteed

I foUl years and was previously ] that his promotion from i I

charge. of the firm's operation j I the ranks tends to create! gn.at"r SMITH'S GARAGEI _. --, ......,-_..- .._- ..
Railway Mississippi:; and Alabama. I -
effort and loyalty among all em-
1 Acme-Atlas, whose ston- '\' I ) MACHINE SH01'Temple Pure Pork
Watch InspectorStarke : (plovees anA loyal employees mean'
this area is the Acme (' I
\\e. StarkeGo
Fla. I Stores at 408 \\'. Forsyth St. fill Ulei ing ol service to our eus

I Jacksonville, the toiners and own organization' 1 LB
$' A WEEK luyi Any IlOtN .I are largest + nn SAUSAGE ROLL LBS3c

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by I these Plain Hard Facts Colored in 1-4's LB. Armour's Pure

I They show why a Chevrolet Truck lScLard43cCudahy's

on costs you less to own and operate

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Fact No. 'I 1. Saves you money on purchase are proving you cant bin a better truck to save your money. Green Shield 3 LBS. Factory Pack Pride of Dixie 5 LBS. Factory Pat }P 4.J

You saehen you buy. You save on operation and
Fact No. 2. Cuts operating costs upkeep. You save on getting the job done fast and right.

Fact No. 3. The right truck for your I job You Come save on whenou in and trade.lets talk over your hauling or delivery f

needs and then tAe a look at the kind of truck you wanton
Fact No. 4. Saves by I lower depreciation your ,job. Rice29C 29c


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,.., I '! I I I I a> G 'rmany -Cpl Morns is I
1 She Celebrates7th i away ney working now at Big Dad ,i writer's prize-winning ranks by ;j I one for her kinder.f,
\Villiaius stationed in Germany'unte and Ida Mae Shaw is holding down i winning two of beautiful ion ,
t I' pair ny- J Friday and one fill i
Birthday I : that he enjoys hearing Irene' I'lion I
I: former job as cashier in hose as third prize in answer : borhood friends on Sajby .' .
i about all our doings hen he just (nova's ,
\ I Frazier
Shaw. with to the Mother
t Hubbard Contest"I I the way, Alice And -
] got back to camp after an eight- the Hotel Commission. is tem- always keep Jell-o on hand because a ('hil,!'" ... ;,.
I| day pass m Belgium Mildred porarily ." I .
working .
in Daytona-- hear we have another dine j.ii hl of t'.,
i : I Brown got a telephone call Sunday gets home weekends find '
Mary name for our June Bride Ion Cht! nd
j I from husband. S Sgt C. H. I
: Sue Epperson clerking in Ducky'son list Julia Lawson and Joe Jordon the ow net:

I Brown from Camp Stoneman. Saturdays.irginia Crewsis plan to center-aisle it in June I Nh".' .'

Gladys] Mooty I Calif that he was leaving that now working at Shell Oil Co. (| sure enjoyed Pegg Shaller's plastic I former 't t 1.\Ma'n[: -
Phone 33: for overseas duty .
( : Curry is steno-mg at | party Tuesday 'vening--seems thtreienth> T\ I 1' Hour .
- --- -- I : :' hear that Ida Lee Plummer and Noejiel's Used Car lot Betty Ito I j be quite the thing these days i Ion !r":11 !1. ', i i'
II I ------ - - : ixSO'U !
I I .! daughter, Patty Ann and Ida Lou Baggett back in Koch's I I '
and .00i she served such dee-Iicioua refreshments j Hear its a ",,' .,ask ITovt
: :
Mental Health Clinic I Claude MurphreeTo : : left Sunda to join husband and Joan Hacker of Springfield, Ill. afterward Jack /Hint! Ul e Frt>t'nLI
I :
I' father. M Sgt Bill at Eleuthera | whose husband is stationed
at Cecil .
Orchids a nil Ok'i:
to the Judge Adkinses .the Frerna
Need DiscussedAt Give Recital Bahama Islands ((52 miles from Field am sorry to hear Jac- who former ,
celebrated residents
i their 41st wedding f h t'
Woman's ClubOn Sunday AfternoonClaude I Nassau I Bill is connected with !: queline Moorer is confined in St.inl''nt's I anniversary Sunday which was I Farm, and Lucil!' was ,I 'i. '
I the guided missile unit Cpl \ under observation and .
II also the 15th member of .
I '' : Judge's birthday an- the c rth.m

Wednesday afternoon March L Murphree organistat | I Ir I j[ weekenj Stephen St from John Camp was home Stewart for Ga.the Mrs H E. Tucker is up at Atlanta raversary Alice Anderson I at one time let u" ''

Club the of Florida, will ', I Ga in the to end congratulation
Woman's University Public Service
12, the Junior pre hospital
I i I[ Have some new changes in the 1 celebrated her birthday last Thursday I ,. .. .
senior recital on the new Wurlitzer II r 111- t ) \ t. '
for a for
rented the give a
program I Call street and steno' 'heck-up
i lerking and little Suzi Broadway. who S' ,, \ .
Woman's Club at the latter's reg organ in the First :Methodist i a ti I ]II I ranks t thi-* ',M--k Irene M..Kin1TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1; Kay Keleher has joined theTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT !I was '
six Saturday had two :
of Starke Sunday after i pa-
ular monthly meeting. Church I

Mrs. D. L. Thomas outgoing' noon, March 23, at 4 o'clock. Mr. !i 1 I . ...www. _._._._._._._._._v_y_v_v vyvynvvtnvtnyyytn'rynv.nnnMore

president of the Junior Club gave I Murphree will be assisted by Larry 4

of the activitiesof ii O'Steen, tenor soloist with theUniversity I and More housewives -
the report Y are solving their : .1i..j f f J ; 4
that organization and introduced of Florida Men's Glee P .5 4
I Although she is married ;, #l i __G f' ", 4
will be : .
The recital sponsored
the officers who are as Club. ,
new i has four children, Mrs. \\ i Food Budget Problems with A & P's '!.tt ,O 8\S: ..t..M'.22L 4

follows: Mrs. W. E. Dowlmg.I by the Senior Choir of the I Parrish of Lawtey, 1't' ___ ._ :.... __ "- 4 4
president: Mrs. Vernon Silcox First Methodist Church. 4
vice-president: Mrs. Ned Yancey I The new Methodist organ will joyed the novel experience of b'g"II'I 4
I bra ling her seventh birthday. 4
recording secretary; Mrs. John A. be dedicated at the Sunday morn- 1 4
'frCrf't. of course! is that she 4
and Miss Sara ing service at 11 o'clock, March 23.
Torode, treasurer; born Feb. 4
on 29 and !
: ; vaIuci
of I 4
Ne\\cornb, Measurer
Williams, corresponding secretary. G. S. 1 has a "birthday" only once : I; big 4

Mrs. Dowling introduced the [ the Organ Fund, announced that this i i four years. On this :I I : 1I : 4 4
final was made
guest speaker Miss Elizabeth the payment the 4
,' i was honor guest at a :' \;
Heed, head of the Educational week. The monthly payments on dinner the 4
I at home of her I r 4
Division of the State Board of.'': the organ have been made possibleby I I Mr and Mis. Fred LalliI of I r .4,

Health, who contrasted the attitude bake sales sponsored by the yule.I 1 1 .

on health of the general public Senior Choir and by personal con- i ii I|I ': 1 -- --- ; 4 4

of today with that of a few j tributions. Woodman Circle 1 Pascal) Thrifty Ann Page Ready-Cooked 4
decades ago. People are more '!i The music committee of the 1 4

health conscious today Miss Reed I church is composed of Mrs. E. K. 1 Plans For District 1 r -44

said and this is evidenced by the Perryma", Mro: Jeannette Kincaid;: I Large Stalk 'i
publicity given to health in articles and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Meeting In Perry BEANS 4 4

in current magazines. She stressed Following the recital there will 4
1 Woodman Circle members
the importance of the individual be an informal reception in the : / 1 j

being on the alert for symp Methodist Refieation Hall spoil meet in the WOW hall ./. 1 CHOICE OF IC 4
I night at 7:30: o'clock for I Ii 1 4
Choir. The j Allgood FancyBACON
toms which are not normal and sored by the Senior f 3 VARIETIES 4
and completing plans for the 1 4
urged her listeners to seek proper public is cordially invited to at- i r 1602. TINArmour's 4

medical diagnosis rather than self 1:'! tend. A free will offering will be i trict Convention to be 1 1I i' r Sliced Lb. Z 4
I Perry on Thursday, Marcn 1 4
diagnosis and treatment. I rec'eived. 39C 4
I I I i
Hostesses for this meeting I 4
Miss Reed reminded her audience r II
j Mrs. J. F. Jaudon and Mi.s. i 1 I II 4
of the many ways in which the Betsy MatthewsHas I Hutchings I I >. 1 I I Pure 4 4

health of the people of this country | / 4
j Mrs W. L. Andrews : t
is by local and state Birthday PartyLittle
protected Ibs.
i, tendant, will preside over the! : j 1 Baking i
health organizations, and the pre. / 1 LARD 3 49C
Betsy Matthews celebrated I I noon and evening meeting ti
caution one must take'in countries
district convention. Other t- Quick Frozen Lb.
hr third birthday anniversarylast .
where this protection i is not given. > 1\
Friday afternoon when her officers will be pre As an example she told of the I 1\
I i mother, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, entertained The district mt'etlllg"Ill : r Sunsweet 4
years she spent in Brazil where r
few of her little neighborhood 4
a /
there is no food, milk or water inspection : 4
where conditions are sc friends.The I 1 i PRUNE qt. 4
I Easter motif was attractively .
unsanitary that no one except natives / 4
I carried out in the table GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 1 4
dare drink water from a I rI I 4

hydrant or eat in public eating decorations including pink and Ii i r. .I, 4
blue and matching r -------- --------
places. napkins pap I ---------------- 4
plates. Hanging from the chandelier : ,, \ 4
One of the great needs at this i above the table were pink ano I 5 LBS. 10 LBS. 25 LBS. :1! { I 4

time Miss Reed said, is for more ] r I 1 i IONA FLOUR 4
I blue balloons in the shape of baby j Well, now that we have this senied it to her aa surprise the '
mental health clinics. This need 4
: chicks which were given a" 1< come tax business squared m-I o'hei i evening: just after they had 1 4
1\015.\\ .
is being recognized she said by !
The youngsters also received candy! for the time being-and 1 heard moved into their n"home on $1.29 4
the general public which is t 49C 9SC 4
to realize the importance beginning of yellow chicks and colored caiiily theer were several who just got Church street ,' wasn't amore j S'bs37C 10'bs71C 1: '4

eggs as favors. in under the deadline but didn't delighted gal in Staike 4
the of mental illnes .
prevention Assisting Mrs. Matthews in sen- want their names mentioned daughter Joann, at U. of F I II 1, 4
and the fact that mental wellas )) II I \ \ 4
ing and caring for the little quests] maybe we can settle down to local couldn't stand the suspt'nst'If I \ \ 4

physical illness can be cured. I' were her other two daughter, affairs see they were bt'eak- -.laying in G'ville when she'd heard i Foss : I Ibs 4

Miss Reed emphasized the re- Mary Agnes and Anne. ing ground for the new Gulf Oil the folks had moved so hopped on r 25 $4.73 4
sponsibility of the individual for i I I II Co. station on Temple avenue a bus Sunday afternoon to come 1 4

the health, of the whole communityand I i II I WCTU Noticei Wednesday the A. L. Alvarez home for a few hours to see how I APPLE JELLY lib. jarHarris 15C i 4 4

that no section or group of I former homesite to replace the the house looked-- incidentally her 4

people in the community can be l'' Temple & Lake filling station room is finished in a beautiful j Ibs \ 4
'i i The W. C. T. U. will have its .: 1 $1.52 4
neglected without endangering which has been torn down 'cept burgamly red hear the E F. '.1. 1 50 i 4
I i i regular meeting in the annex of .
our own and our children's health. for the pumps Miles have taken the former Din- t III \
,the, Tabernacle Friday, March 28.
By special request during the Must be something to this "wish- kins house and Ray Rodda and \ 1 I .
Reed I It is hoped there will be a good ful thinking"Thelma the house at 217 ---- --- --- --- --- .\ 4
social hour Miss delightedthe I Dinkms had bride will occupy -------------- -
group with a monologue en I' attendance at this meeting as been dreaming for weeks about I Cherry street vacated bthf' Oz. Con 1 1 4 4

titled "A Woman Columnist with plans will be made for the district how lowly a certain lamp in a I Miles, after Ray has completed a TUNA 6 13C ,\ Hunts b 4 4

Small Children Writes a Mother'sDay I W. ('. T. U. meeting in Starke certain local store would look in combined. six weeks honeymoonand .. 1 .4

Column" Sl-.e dedicated this I which will be held in April. the front picture window of her I I training course at the Aetna cans

to the Junior Women who declared new home when lo and behold a In-urance School in hart ford. .r \1 SAUCE E 2 I 15C ;

that she had been eavesdropping.The Oyster Bake group of fellow coworkers and I Conn. Angelus 1i i 4
i close friends got together and>l Made me feel good! to hear this 4
table Mrs.
speakers where I 4
At Ford HomeMr. bought the lamp for her and pir- column is enjoyed b\' folk- far \ 4
W R Morse, president, presided i r Giant 4
I i J lib pkg Size
held attractive arrangement of 4
multicolored sweetpeas. Duringthe >
Jacksonville entertained at a delicious j
business meeting Mrs. R. A. TREND 37CI
oyster bake at the home of
Green Mrs. F. F. Stump and Mil : load; Show OAR K're r
their Mrs M.
daughter-in-law C.
Hotter r ,
Audrey Newman were appointedon at : TM ATB. The Luxury Napkin 4
Ford, Jr. on Madison street Sun ,

the nominating committee. The day afternoon. I The Park STARKE FLA. Than KMMFri. MODESS 38C 1 1 r, _________----- - - - - - 4 4
election of officers will take place'at : .
Tables set the 4
were up in yard 4

the next will meeting be held and at the the May installation j! three around bushels the fireplace of oysters pit where were 4 4 ., Sat. Mar. 2)). 22 DOUBLE FEATURE, I'1. ...r. !C A & APPLESAUCE :: 4 4 4

breakfast. Mrs. Ruby Colhn aiuJi i, baked. 4 4 "In The Good Old Summertime" r Candy PopcornCRACKER \. \ 4 4
\ I 4
Mrs. A. Kartsonis voted
Enjoying the bountiful feast with .
1 t
into the club as new members. ', the senior Fords and Mr*. Ford, Jr. 4 4 Judy larland, Van Johnson ]In Technicolor fort No. 303 Cans i
Mrs }o'. J. Pellum took tins 4 -ANII- i : 1 : :
oppor-j were Mr and Mrs. E. J. Flynn 4 i JACK 3 13C 23C

tunity to thank her committee) Mrs. L. M. Gray and Mrs. Jefferson 4 4 Johnny Mack Brown in "COLORADO .1111iUS11" r. i U I I ,

Mrs T. K. McClane. Mrs. James,: Davis of Gainesville! Mr. and 4 Plus Serial and Cartoon r \ 4

Lewis, Mrs Garl Mathews Mrs. Mrs John Deas and children and i.4 p. .r 1 : 4 4
I -
H C. Ritch Mrs W B. Mundy and Mrs. W D. Faxon and daughter. r --------------------- 4
I I Sun., Mono larch 2:5.: 21 p. Waldorf 4
Mrs. J. H DuPie and also A. H.I Donna Deai 4 t

Carratt, manager of the Park I t i I 4 4 "BEHAVE YOURSELF" : 1 1 Bath BarPALMOLIVE 4 4

Theatre for making the movie : Tom Slade Elected : p. rolls// i SOAP 2 for 25c 4 4
With -
sponsored by the club last mirth : Farley (;ranger and Shell?} Winters I TOILET TISSUE 3 lSC i 4

a success. |. Youth Choir Head ,,4 Also News and Shorts 1 Bath HarCASHMERE 4 4
rr 1 4
Miss Evelyn Stump sang the I' Tues. March 25 BOUQUET 2 for 25c 4
Tommy Slade was elected president ONE DAY OM] 1 p'p. t 4
lovely solo "Iri* Lullaby", accompanied I j 4
) of the Youth 'hoir of the -DOl BLE FEATl HE"SHEDS
I -
by Mrs. Levy CanovaJduring rp. t FAB --- Large package 30c 4
First Methodist Churrh of Starkein 4
the musical portion of the i i BLEACHES -- DISINFECTS 4
the election held Thursday eve
program. mng. March 13. Other officer p.4 OCTAGON LDRY SOAP, 3 for 21c 4 4

Hostesses for the afternoon elected were Bobby Ferguson HUSH SUBJECT. N Y. DAILY L 4

were Mrs James Lewis, chairman, VicePresidentKenneth: Tyus 4 NEWS p.I DEODORIZES -- CLEANS A-JAX CLEANSER, 2 for 24c 4 4

Mrs L D. Haines, Mis Garl :Secretary:: : and Linda Johns, La i. \ 4
Mathews Mrs. Willie Mae Denton r \ 4
brarian. Mrs Green is theorganist
Lloyd ', large Package 4
and Mrs H. H. Young. Delightful 1 4
and Mrs T. G Mitchellthe
refreshments were served duringthe t
director of the Methodist 4
social hour.Thomas / 4
Youth Choir.
'.4 t. CLOROX SWAN SOAP, 2 large bars 29c 4 4

Home i, Stork Shower '.'4 4 .' f p 1r \; LIFEBUOY SOAP, 3 reg bars 25c 4

Scene Of Shower II I For Mrs. McKnighti .4.4 'r i .. 4

Members of the Beta Sigma Phi i Eustis McKnight was de 'j See how their"Call Calling Girls'leave '.; p.p. ..r I LUX TOILET SOAP, 3 reg bars 25c 4 4 4

Rightfully: at a stork 4
surprised .
sorority entertained at a lovely
Cords of Destruction! STARCH 7c
surprise> stork shower Monday eve i I shower given in her honor last is E Half Gallon/ Gallon Jug STALEYS CUBE 4 4

ning honoring Mrs. Arch Thoma. Friday evening at her nom> on 4
Jr I Church street given by Mrs W B r :) liars 4

Scene of the affair was the lovely Mundv.. Mr<. M F. lraz
new home of the Thomases. The. Maxie Carter Mrs Jesse= Newsomeand 4SC 4

sorority members met at the home' Mrs Garl Mathews i, I t PLANTERS PEANUTS, can 33c 4 4

of Mrs Leslie Biggs: and all wentin A pink and blue color motif way j N'I t. i \ 4 4

a group to the home of the carried out in the table decorations "-p # I r t i WESSON OIL, pt. 31c
t 4
honoree. and flowers set at points of I .. r 4
Mrs. Thomas was the recipientof interest in the living room and .. ; DIXIE LILY GRITS, 24 oz pkg 16c 4 4

many lovely and useful gifts; dining room Appropriate games i .1. j .\rlll..ur..tar: Lh. Can Shortening I 4

from the guests.Fefreshments I. were played during the evening 1 Also "FREAKS" Plus Cartoon & News RICE 28 pkg 35c 4 4
3 Ibs 89c BENS
of home made and prizes were won by Mrs T. F. 1: E Beef Stew, 47c Snowdrift, oz 4
Landrum and Mrs. Lex Green. j i 4
Wed. Thur.

ed by Mrs. John Deas and Mrs. The many lovely, useful baby .\rtnuurs \ ttnnaSausage .\rmour. Star 4
gifts were displayed on the lace .
Ned Yancey. covered dining room tabl *. : can 19c T reet, can 48cXrmouM STORE 4
Powell and Ricardo Montalban :. 4
Delightful refreshments wereserved 4
OFFICE SUPPLIES the and AND"CORREGDOR"- : The Great Atlantic aDd Pacific Tea ('0, 4
i following games .4 ; .\rn1Hutt MarChopped horned Can 4
the opening of the Mrs. P: Entire Contents Copyrighted, 1950
presents 4
r' Ham 55c Beef Hash39c
M. F. Hazen poured coffee and tea '4 .. t 300 East Call St. 4 tIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

ATBBADFOUD from a silver sen'ice.Twentf1ve I' 3 With< Otto Kruger, ElL .." Landi Plus Latest Ne\> s :rr. t 4

guests enjoyed the .4 sp.rA1.,1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 4

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Mrs. Minan Kickliter and! Among those attendmgthe mar- Mr KiltAndrews i-
'Isting-I I Recent BirthsMr Florida: In Ctianrerr.li.illllle .. 'i !lt'nal i' th. ..fi"
daughter. Claire of Greer. of Miss Nettie Le. Car '11tnd her .
Dorothy sister Mr
nage WollacK III Miam: S tarber. PUlllllff \ Kill.Ki : ri,-rk ?f th. c'lr"T, f 'ut
Cove Springs! Mr. and Mrs.: Lester Ba\' Rodda Sunda\ In Worth- for several week<. I I : --, is.iiti- l,,.fi'inlantli' fur the _'l I I>t il.tx ..f \pih.rnr
\ir. I and Mrs B. F. Mock anynounce \" "11411tlre the .ilt. g.tll..lI"III'I.l'ut -
Crews of High and MrsJ ngton Springs \\ -'re : and Mrs: .
Springs Mrs >" T ,
W W. \\ ..nkltrIrs I I Ippear.r W ill *"" '
E. A.I the
:\1. Mitchell were Thursday evening I] T A Va',wn. Jr. Mr and Mrs J I Winkler and of a son or.l t ,, MI-, ift': ,.. It-. i'IN.i.i. win.s, frss.d '.<
I Mrs L Williams March 17 -.d.. end a.hlr.- ,
I I in Alachua General Hos in i I i- 1'11\\1'\ n '' : I
dinner guests of Mr. and D Dovle Mr" J. E Wilson. Miss w f rt fshir.gon LAM hloo- Wednesday \'nu are hereby null". J .1.i .u' .twait I" .' r .
MrV. H. NollmanMr I Frances Harry of Starke and Mrs -. a I pital. :'olr'Iock is the former, for LMvoree has Dee i: fiKrtiKainst :\ r \ < ,- >rIVlt \
r CIN THE NEWS i ; Lloyd Barry and daughter Jatkieof I Joyce Thomas of StarKe. y. and Mrs. Carlton Chastainand Star Brand I i'iirt and .cause and you are re- lnt.il. "." 1"! >ih ,L i ,> f :Mlt ,
.. ,. children of Hampton Sun-' Brooker. and Toll Parrot 'Hiiiiil! tu s. .fa e''p\ of > "III' any JFI' It'IAI. >!-:\Li X J l'
4i were I ., .
hoes for wr .r pli-ldHIK Ibi "'!"l'l.tlnl! Clerk ..f the I'm i iYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYT u
bow and .
rrs.1. and daughter girls at .
C. Ford. Jr.
I day dinner guests< of Mr and :\lrs.1| :\OTICI TO 'II till' "I'l.Hilt T' \ >" \ T I I-': lllki I:, \I\ "!. r 1".1, I'.t-" .
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and i Mr and Mrs Herbert Deal of Bill Tilley. Mr Tilley and Mr. : Suzanne spent a few days this, StumpV.Mrs In Circuit Court. llrnilforil iprniK County I i ,n.li!! ":"i s..lI, ,' | .1.i ,I r '

family were home for the weekend Macon Ga. were overnight guests Chastain attended the stock tar week visiting Mrs Ford's brother.Buddy : M. L. Lawson ana daughter f'Inriiln: In ( hI!nr.r)'. I
last Fri of Mr. and Mrs C. H. Harry I? DAMS i Plaintiff! \s :Ma ,.ui -----
from Titusville. Mr. Lewis has been ay Faxon in Avon Park. Pamela ,
races in Jacksonville in the after- I Fay Mrs. Wilma Dock- Dan".I.f'nd,1II1.1 i'.i< r :\; :;.n :r:, ,
transferred from the Patrick Air Quick, Sr. while enroute to Orlan- noon. > Charles McDowell of Middle stailer. :Mr.s Shirley Pollet and ,, \..'I.... In .\|.|>rnr. I ITo 4

f Force Base at Cocoa to the Mac- do. Mrs Adolph Gay and daughter. town, Ohio was the overnight Mrs. Ewell Lawson attended thee rrsij,.nn MlM and: ..idtlris man; ,.IMM-j.o; v." :vpi\\" h"-'j For EASTER E S E
Dill Air Field, Tampa and the family Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis visited Pauline were visiting Dans- guest Tuesday of Mr and Mrs h' Follies in Jack*,m\'ille Frida !, Pla< r, Miniit-apuli>, :MinncMit.i. I
Miss Mamie Anderson and Mrs You are hereby notified tint iT
I a 4
fort Titus Olson. I
Monday evening.
moved to Tampa by in the Alachua Hospital on ,, fur Pixoriiand award ..f aln: ,"'n i 4
I temporary residence.Mr. P. E. Stone in Archer on Sunday. i i Saturday and Tuesday afternoons 'I and Mrs Charles Hardy and i iMr :Mrs Esther Gregory and I, to drft-mlaiit has h."t'n tilagain.st <.,1)) 4
and :Mrs. Robert Barksdaleare They were accompanied as far asGaines'i1le Mr. and Mrs-E. Matthews and and Mrs. J. E. Hardy attended i l Jess and daughters II you in the abu\ nun.ti: > I i
John Laura of Altoona, L'ourt and >'au? dnd.u air IHHIIIfd : USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN
Mr. and Mrs.
week at their by I i the funeral of their uncle. William
spending this daughters :Mary Agne* and Ann, Pa. were Tuf'sdayisitors to nerve a ropy i ofonr an-wri!
Mixon who visited Mrs M K. Mix- i of Mrs. or pleading to the .-",npL unt "n the'' pp p. 4
ramp at Salt Springs. ,I' attended the "Holiday On Ice" Hardy in Lake City on Sunday. i J. H. Fields. Plaintiffs Att"rnc\, T Frank I-IM- .p. 4
work on. Mrs Mae Dickens of Sanford' drum. Starke Florida, and ftl 4
Star Brand dress and show in Jacksonville Thursday: ;, :Mr and Mrs t' '
H. B. l
shoes for and boys atStump's. Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd are evening of last week. will arrive Tuesday to spend two'! Montgomery original in thr' uffiir nf. th' ,,t'i.1 i k f 4 4
men returned of the Circuit
I to their home ( "urt i>n r l I"f" I !h" 1
expected home the latter part of1 Mrs T. .I.I Jones of Clearwater weeks with :lies J. M Brownleeand Ga. in Griffin, 21st day of April. It.'iJ oitu-ru ., Easter Baskets
the week after ten days visit with ; I I Mrs J. I l-:. Wilson. Sunday after five week visit the allegations of said, iVnip'i, (' r 5pp. 4
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and was\ the weekend guest of Mr and with :Mrs W F. Godwin will br I taken aonfts"(.ti l byThis \ family visited Col.! and Mrs. O. W. Mr. and Mrs I. P. Shepherd. n.1 Mrs IJ.. ShawMr Mr. and Mrs \\'. S. Colson and notice shall l 10. |,:,1:1-, .1 1 t ) 4 4
Lt Col .. ,
Griffin in St. Augustine on Sun and family in Newnan, Ga. They' and :\Ir-. J. L. Anderson, sr., son Cecil of Orange Park. Mr ;i were and Mrs James Griffin 1 I..n.'p each in the week Bradford for four C.untyT r nis "i"I n, 't.,. ('O'IPI.ETEI.IT: : 1.1 4
also visited friends in AcMe Ga. Mr J. L. Anderson Jr. and Mr ; and Mrs Robert S. Bird of Jacksonville guests last Friday night of \ 4 4
while enroute. : and Mrs Charles and Charles Knight of U. I i( and Mrs Owen Griffin in St. .U.t tim- I l'ih: d.l i\ .5t M I.n n t r'y 7r 4
din- WITH
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkinsand were HI NM
I Augustine. (OKFICIMFA1.I J
\ i'! "" ,
The i
two :Mrs. "
daughter. Janelle of Jacksonville i Mr and Mrs Bill Tillt.y and *sn i ner guests Thursday evening of of F were Sunday guests of Col. !I, GriffinsatLendt'd rh.rk nf the <"in -I, t ,'*" ,iP | w 4
were Sunday guests of Mr Steve, were business \'ISlto-, ;, in last week of Mr and Mrs Gordon and Mrs D. E. Knight. ;I,' Thibault the concert by Conrad \' M\rtle T nier; P....'"''I .-,. i il 'f 4 4

and Mrs. \V H. Nollman. Jacksonville Saturday. \Vaiisworth in Hampton in celebration Holeproof Nylon hose at that evening ; t q 9> h 49C to 4,95ft 4
1 of :Mrs Anderson, Sr 's birth- Stump's. Mrs Charley Johns drove her l >orn'r 'io ippi'itiIn t. 4
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Court llrailfnril iHlnH. .
TTYTYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTYTTTTYYTTTTTYYYYTYYYYYYCOMING day annivE'rsary. Mr: and MiAlbert Hiiggins mother-in-law, Mrs. A A!. Pet tit 1- 4

REVIVAL fen S D. Clark of Monticello spent the past two weeks in Tunnel of Gainesville to Tampa Monday TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTNew ftft -- -- 4
spent a few days this I I I I II 4
week with Hill GaMis where :Mrs Pettit I ftft
underwent aneje 4
Sen. and Mrs Charley R. John L. J. Green and children. II Hampshire ftft ftft Easter Bunnies 4
Mrs Lettie Parker and son Ray Judy and Archie spent Thursday checkup. ftft 4
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH i, of Jacksonville were Sunday afternoon in Jacksonville. I l. .. I ftft ftft- i'n.i .inNII: nIUN:\ \ : :-i 4
guests ofrr.. and :\fr,-. Charley Mi s. Fronie demons spent last I i };; T P.I tB fl00Kr The .I BABY CHICKS ftft ftft- and :. 4 4
APRIL 6-13 I Parkei' week in Lakeland. She also visited ftft-- 29c larger 39c 4
Mrs R. M Griffin of Tampa is Mrs Rivers in Auburndale returning fountain Penilli a jHMnt foevery r ftft ftft- 4 4

visiting: Mrs Ruby Johns this home Sunday ftft- Chocolatt' Hunnidi and Other
Andrews UM $2 complete. Bradford -
Barney Evangelist week. Friends of Wallace L. Thigpenwill ftft- 4
I 15c ftft 4
( 'aiidie.,
'I Mrs George Moser and Mrs regret to learn of his serious; Count). fell'j-raph. ea. ftft-- 4

i Earl Willis, Pastor 'Emil.Huth of Rockford, 111 are illness at Glendale Hospital. Palat- ftft ftft- 4 4
guests for two weeks of Mr and ka. ftft 4
Services Each Night 7:30 P.M. Everyone Welcome i i I I i Mrs Albert Hartmann. i i Mr and Mrs W S. Johns arrived Refinance Your J Debts Next Week ftft ftft- of Baskets 4
With Plenty Empty
a 201"t'arIntc'fI."t;
last weekend with his father V. V. to spend several weeks with their Federal Land Bank ftft ftft 4

SPECIAL Ha/en a trainman, of the Orange'Blos..om daughter and sun-in-law. Rev. and Farm LoanSEE A. D. CrosbySTORE ftft ftft \SSOItTKI) SIZES 1 Oc to 51.00 4 4
i Spt Dade Co ntFair.. Dr. and Ms C. K. Hayes of ftft. 4 4

I Sen and Mrs Charley E Johns Madison were in Starke Tuesday H. W. BRYAN ftft ftft 4
I,I' spent the weekend in Hollywood nisht: Dr. Hayes attended a meeting f.22 N. Main Street Washington St.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. ftft ftft GRASS BASKETS lOc
as the guests of Mr and Mrs John ) of the stockholders Sunseal I 4
'I Gainesville Florida ftft
9-10 unveil. Laboratories Inc. ftft- 4

26 :: Mr and Mrs. Jesse Newsome and Mrs George Flynn drove tip to' ftft-- EASTER CANDY 5c 4
CENTS PElt GALLON I I son John and daughter, Eveljnn, Macon Ga. Wednesday of last TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFarm ftft- _ 4
_ _ _ _
were in Jacksonville Sunday visit- week to bring her daughter. Mrs ftft
SUNOCO ing Mr and Mis R. M Cooper. 0 J. Phillips Jr., back to Starke Home & Auto Supply' 1 ftft ftft- Chocolate EGGS, 1-2 lb. 49c 4

Foreman & Colsen I Rev and Mrs L. D. Haines had I where she will stay with her parents ftft : 4

SERVICE I I as weekend g'ut'ststrs.. B F while her husband is stationed ',, r Phone 26 I'. 0. Box 509 11 1 1 \\'. Callit.: I' ftft i One Pound
Haines and "11'. and Mrs San pp. '1,
Webber IP Antonio. Texas. -I KVMI: liJ.ll'Is
426 Temple A\"e. Starke, Fla. Haines and son John, of Winter Maurice Wingate spent the Starke Florida .: ftft ftft-- ion t\'JnYO\E: : : Fruit & Nut EGGS 1.25

Park. Also home for the weekendwas weekend at Wauthulaisiting his tl1 1
Register for Valuable Gifts E ,
their son. Lewi-; from Wake mother and other relatives FAHMAI.L TKACTOUS( FARM KQriP.MK.NTt ( : -- --

Forest College, A'. C :Mr and Mrs Bill Kpps: are visiting '
Mi-. Ben }o'. Hall returned home then parents m Arkansas this 'I AUTO ACCKSSORIES IJATTERIIIS: TIUFS:: I j i

from St Vincent's Hospital Thursday weekL t+ i. FD
of last; > and Mrs.
\\'f'ek'hert' she under- r Judson Graves of
,p. ii i
sent surgery. She is; getting along Jacksonville were callers Monday :

I BLANDING DRIVE-IN : as well as can be expeded. evening of Mrs J. M Brow!,.. and ....A... .. .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

State convemon in Orlando from bless A. F. Sauls plans to -pen Dedicated To Mo\i >sn'
THEATRE Tuesday to Thursday of last week the weekend in Miami VIsitinghl'l'
Community Racier wvreMrs:. S E Sparks and Mrs. 'laughter Mrs Louise Wainwright.1

Service A MARTIN TIIHXTKK: Hun }:ter I I Tom Haulms of Starke, Mr- J. w. who is making her home there PRE-EASTER ONE DOLLAR SALE

Thomas and Mrs Kail: Willis of Mrs S. T. Dell and Mrs A V
Brooker and from GaineslIe.Irs of
Box Office Opens 6:::10 P.M. Show Starts 7:20: P.M. Long Gainesville wen' visiting
Fred May Mrs J. F. Morns, Mrs. relatives here on Tuesday
OPEN EVERY NIGHT RAIN OK FAIR L. D l Celon. Mrs W II. Keen and Mrs. Wilbur Scott is "pendinu

Mis Jeff Parrish. a few days In Deland visitin Mre at DRESS BEGINNING FRIDAY, MAR. 21

Sun., Mar 23: One Day Only Wed., Thur. Mar. 26, 27 Marcia Kay Hazen spent th Walter Glatzau and in Orlando Lei-la's

I rtr.r.omt p..nry wepl.enol'Ith Frances Hazen in her BrookerMr cousin, Mary \'isiting11'. and Mrs Robert ( ;Ji.it! ; SHOP Buy Now for Present and

nd. and Mrs K;. T. Shull. Jr of Mrs T H. McNeil spent la i i-t Future Needs
r Atlanta. Ga. are the week New' ,
visiting sr n- in Smyrna \isit inh/: > r i
as. Irma ?pNtpr.. tot Shulls this week. sisters. Mis W L. Turin r :.nil

Km. Bi M. DON { Mrs Ada Alexander and dauh- Mrs W J Griffin. BUY ONE DRESS AT REGULAR PRICE ADD $LOflGET 2 DRESSES!
UM-UHI DM AiJJlIMMii} 1 [ ffr'llma.. of Starke and Mrs c.1 I 1 Maiden( Form Bras..ieres at

... wunsoNv..twins1'Ius. [ i C Stanton and son, James, and Stump's.
Mrs Ernestine Webb and '' : Same Applies To Blouses Slips Skirts Toppers Gowns Brassieres, Etc.
".. .rt'.h'ggs" Cartoon Plus "Ski For Two" Cartoon sons, Mr and Mis Earl Johns.u n :ind ,
[{hard and ,
Stanley of Hastings[
sons Jimmy and Holt of l1t'ttrrh' :

Mon, Tues. Mar. 21 I, 25 Fri., Sat. Mar. 2S. 29 had! a picnic lunch at Earlton ''Ga are spending from W'I.dncia., ; +.
ffindav and also
: visited the Bel to Mrs ,
Sunlay'isiting Johnson
miStt arttnnttaSejD (mm !
ene Frank M vederetirser. \'. : mother lfrJ.. M Bnmnl. ,ri'i

,tl I((( KELLYSINATRA FROM Simplicity and :Mi-Calls Patterns I her brothel and sisterin.l.t1'1 I I Any 2 Dresses Anv 2 Slips Any 2 Gowns
BETTY' mm ANN MULE! Stump's.Mr and Mrs .1. W. ErownliMr '"
II !. 6.M't / TEXASI : and Mrs Edward Gross of and Mrs. Guy Si1 I!' ,. 'i
JatksonullH/ were Sunday gue-ts' daughter. Linda Kay and, I .ni : 8.95, 10.95, 12.95 Cotton and Rayon Cotton and Crepe
rooR If(1'i and Mrs Mavie Caiter. ,
o !i Mundy visited Ralph P.I i KV n
; rand Mr.s Virgil Mathews Riverside hospital last Mr\ d I" 14.95 16.95 22.50 2.98 3.98,5.00 2.98, 3.98, 5.00
i iii'"VJviff 1 PLUS soil!: daughter. I'atsj, of Neptune Mr and Mrs Clyde Lima i 11; ,

JOIESHOHSHIH-YERA-IUENVV i BOOGIE WOOCIK MAN Beach were weekend guests of Mr. Barben-ille visited FA S< .,i: .r and 5.95
flue "('u...sanoa Cat" Cartoon Cartoon tnd :Mrs Garl Ma thews. I Mr:: and Mrs Wilbur S,."tt'i' .: \ and 24.95 and 5.95
I :Mi' and Mrs C. L. Mouser of I i afternoon

Flat Rock Ala. and son. T S New ,
gt. medical patient" n J I"'

'AI\ ,Houser who recently leturned i iHoupt's "Dot'tor's Clink Hospi1, ,1 PLUS $$1.00 PLUS $1.0 PLUS $1.00
-"in I Korea are spending a few are :Mrs Morris Carter and Mi 1! .

d.us with Mrs M H CollevK. Louise Elder of Staike and :Mis

THEATRE K..v and<<1 Mrs \\'. J. Churehwellt Odessa Taylor of Milton, MI'"

I Jacksonville' ; were overnight Nora Patray has also J"in' t"n} .
STARKE Clio -ts Monday of Mr and Mrs, nurses staff there. : 2
!I. A, Davis The Davises entetaint r' Mr. and Mrs. T. J Griffin r: MV- Any 2 Blouses Any 2 Brassieres Any ToppersCottons
1 at
<< a small dinner
Dedicated To Community Senirelo1t"8 party Annie Darb' and11';: < ',im! n
":\ Are' Better Than Ever"Sat.
and Mrs Davis; and Ht'and Mr s.son,' and Olustee Sunday ,-tn'he :, : ,n

'. ., Mar. 22 0 N L Y 1 1Jj I Sun., Mon. March 2:5.: 21 l rhunhwell lJa\ spent Tuesday at t visiting friends 2.98 3.98 8.95, 10.95, 14.95
DOUBLE FEATURE is s fishing camp near G ran- ,, 1.95 2.50 3.00
M-G-Ms Tale of High Adventure1' tin ,
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I Mi and Mis Don Kelly of [: NOTICE i i: 5.00 and 4.00 and 16.50PLUS

CISCOMEETSANANGEl fHinpa, were weekend guests of
Mi and :\Ir.Aiton Dobbs. tA: Sewing Machine f.I'f, 1 :

AND THERE'STHE "k .. 'hi Mr. weekend and Mrs in J.Jacksonville K. Douglas spent with 'i; |i Starke from Gainesville On Frida\..will M.,:h, i .. : :\\ $1.00Any PLUS $1.00 PLUS $$1.00

DEVIL Mi and Mrs \\'. M: Plaster To Give Free E-timatt < :i- .: \

TO PAY! THE WOMEN MisE. T. I King of Jacksonvillewas \ make repaIr? :

the Sunday guest of Mrs Fay i. 1 IN \ on( : OU.N) IIOMrt :
'.;111 and Mrs Mae Edwards.

ROBERITAYLO Miss Josephine Box of Lake Cash paid for old mat h n' : I 2 Girdles 2 Skirts !
i Any
t condition 2 Any
f Out IIT was the weekend guest of'' tarry( : Slips

M ii Miss Eloise DobbsPatrolman ,, CALL 29 Telegraph; Office

DENISE DARCEL and Mrs. Hal Gillen and leave name. j 1'1.> \, Fortuna I

with HOPE EMERSON : Ma\o formerly of Starke. were'' t and address : Rayon Spring Rayon Gabardine .I
V.slting; friends here \
Wednesday 4.95 6.50
SPECIAL : : : : \ -
.. JOHN '1 last week Patrolman Gillen has j Eletirify Your v4wmyMadiine : 14.95 17.90 5.95
t "ntly been transferred to Mayo ; & 6.25
from Fernandina. : fur >17.ill( : 7.50

Mr: Grady Matheot Ja.'k- ---------------------- 18.98PLUS i

Tins "Pail I'pour' Trouble son\ llt' wathe Saturday guest of .

I Cartoon and :NewsTue Mr and Mrs L. A. Davis PLUS
KickernicK panties for chil FOR SALE SI.00 PLUS $1.0( $$1.00

( IA *. \\ed. March 2:, 26 dren at StumpIr '*.

( ytrutMMWWHC& aS fpNW41tQ and Mrs John Dominv otFolkston.

I Ga. had their daughter. QUILT SCRAPS
Iris! Patricia christened Sunday
at :he Baldwin Methodist church Assortment of
MrDomim is the daughter o! WHILE THEY I Isl: One Rack OfDRESSES Vanity Fair Slips i. :

Mr and Mr.s L. B. Crosby of

AND : reen>boro.. Attending Fla. the formerly christening of-, 50c Per Lb. All NylonREDUCED Spring HatsREDUCED I j

Plus To To\\n"'
(riper Conies were Mr and Mrs L. H Futch
Ml!3* UKSI
Cartoon and Ne\vs of Law ley and Mr. and Mrs A Call At Office
-'.. : -. S Mr: and Mrs. E. :
Thur., Fri. Mar. 27. 28 E. Gunter of
I Brunswick. Ga. were Sunday BIG DADManufacturing

b1itV1tiiRIl.ild Country Parson guests of their daughter. Mrs J. $3.00

I .\. Christmas and Mr Christmasand Co., For CLEARANCE
av. llni4 Anna I Ii i Starring JOHN REAL family Inc.Starke. For CLEARANCE

Also Taj-try Panic" Cartoon and Plus "Flat Bush Florida" short A I Friends of Janice Dansby will regret -

"Don Daredevil Serial I "Kabbit livery: Mowlaj" Cartoon I to hear she is under medical Florida i I '
treatment at the Alachua General -
Hospital. Gamesulle 1" ,

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-- I 1'Ili) n1: VIM iiMi.lsj.t .,I I"
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy listen to the better half. (I I'through f
< one nrc. by piiil.i1,! ,: '," .N, \ i'S
a -ingletiand of .. Emery Lewis really had company Kirby Wednesday night.
h it r h"-,1 t v P.irthil.u' ivn-il ,
1'ariyMi xh.irn-niTN; II. I
Our first planting of sweet c''ii: drawn Sunday. I think everyone wa Everyone including the I.rkand ) |
tight .
by tru'< t < ; ,, ..Hwe'll .\ll"t' fur hiiin.' II f'"h' ,
-- Reddish! :-01] s"i 1\
enjoyed anuthdav anxious it.r
wawalud out by h" rain: to get a first hand report crows are enjoying these .
j avy have ln\ ,
ji to nuK<- i'i-! -v| : ,; her I I" mx i
It home c.\"h
S o we re-planted as soon as \Yt I of half inch pipe and tilt.t ,' }party about the new arrival of the Paul Iv spring days. The birdt. .
/ DIARY :2 .i i iv night! About : 0 y unc people Faulkncrs. Those who : !
were able. Cut the land as soon a:' were calling pulling corn and the farmer
it was to r helped fter1! H'r.it \ Oatd-. orgames on the Lewises were Mr. and11' shooting at them.
get into Our I They .1'
, Red .
By Sam McGarvey field: so that it would dry out. '' pulletar" h --J I.: were played. At the close :\ *. Lucian Conner and son. Mr ; too much afraid though for
ginning to lay '
then cut it lightly and leveled it. now and almost of the evening delicious refresh-I: and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, Mr. and continue: to pull away.
The author will be glad to receive << every day there is n n.cvea-e; in ments were served by Mrs. Rt'd.I Mrs. Wilton Conner and '
by using the bush and bog harrow daughter
items of Interact concerning < production. Got 12 egg OH UK dish. GUY ANDREWS
with a heavy plank dragging behind I and Mead Lewis of Wildwood. j; OITICK SUITUESAT
the activities of farmer in j last day and think that bt fore ton Sirs. W. C. Ward was hostess ate Mr. and Mrs.
Dorsey of
it. Then put out fertilizer, 50 Byrd
Bradford < long we'll be getting: a \1-1 la-t'' I
County. Suggestions maybe m.p'eWe a Stanley party at her home Jacksonville
I Ibs 500 foot
: per row, and laid out have
> left at the Telegraph office or < 178 pullebj and as they Thursday night. About ;30 guests'' mother Mrs. S.
R. Clark and
the rows at the same time. Put a : ItKADrOKD CO. TELEGRAPH
mailed to Sam McGaney, Lan te ', are supposed to be 200-eggs-v: attended. This was the first Stanley !
family i I' 'I I
Sunday night Ctl' (Win h. .
couple of disc hillers in front of .IInlrpn.! -
< year birds we are making plans ,, Party I attended but sure did,
Friends of Mrs. A. L. Griffith
the planter, and planted on as lowa for I'I
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAA 111111111111111r selling a lot of eggs But we have a barrell! of fun. Mrs. Ward will be glad to know that she I i' I
----- ridge as we could make. Tarred have 'i
a good demand for fresh' received a lovely set of T. V. I Ii
improving from
Our first planting of Irish potatoes j ket. The pigs get out in the pas the corn before we planted, although eggs. so think that we'M! : 1|I an automobile ai
na.nc i I lamps a!' a hostess gift. I cident which she was in last Thursday
; was such a huge success! ture so they get a better diet. we don't think that doingso problem. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norrran night. She received severa' NOOTIIERGASOIINE
keeps the larks from distrubingthe .
(about six hills came up) that we I I
that and little son. Lamar returned tc cuts about her head and face al-
corn Hope
I eedlings. we
we'd again. There was l The old hens
thought try Took about half a day an- are really eatinga
a stand from this .' .. their home in Umatilla Sunday a very badly hurt arm.
get planting. awe ,
about this time, lot of
one difference mended the fertilizer hopper of eggs theselay;. ali one
I after week with Glad to see Mr. and Mrs. Jes-
late spending a Mr.
though, and that is that we had tc our Cole planter. Used some bolts are very now. of these bright sunny days Sam I 1 I
and Mrs. Eddie Norman. Ricks Sunday, they were \'isitlll,: EVER
pay $7 for the bag and that is a a few sheet metal screws, a pieceof I. will lose his patience with them, I I: Mr. and Mrs. Alex Barnes. DID THIS BEFORE

fancy price. Otherwise, things wire and some old metal roofing For a low crop between our 4 and load the whole bunch of them I'| Glad to see Donald Kelly an l Mr.
and Mrs Fred Wattersn
were just the same; the signs were'I and when we got done the I rows of corn, we planted one row in a crate and se'l!! tJvn! it is1 l family of Plant City visiting rel of
I Hampton were visiting Mrs o
again in "the bowels" and look but lof Alabama Crowder peas and bad enough for them to eat atives around here last week.
once hopper did not very good, eggs ,
E. .
Crosby and Sgt. and Mr!? Ear'
We had nice visit with
the I then a row of Blackeye peas. Whenwe but even those a our
once again we disregarded at least it is in working order not -atcn are soil

signs. Add to this the fact that we, again. And make believe it isn't a plant another batch of corn, in'' ed so that is a job to clean them son-in-law and daughter, Sgt. and -----" ---

planted on the 13th, and that it' lot better than putting out fertilizer about 10 days we'll do the same' so they will look ni''>'. Mrs. Earl Kirby and daughter I

looked like rain and it is easy tc,I by hand. thing, so that well have peas com- j Eddy Faye of Alexandria. last Television

ing on all along the season. We' week from Tuesday until SaturdayThe Tips
are not optimistic Our Roadside M'l.k-t
see why we Last batch of we : u r >aykeeping !!

about potatoes this year bought had chlordane in it. We're had many requests last year for us busy It i i. ., hi,; job Eddie Norman family In

not sure how good it is for killing Little Acre peas, and Conch peas to plant, cultivate, diiit or pray, joyed a family reunion Sunday liu

but we do not see them listed in with all their children and grandchildren
Last we had a lot of trou cut-worms or mole crickets, but pick vegetables or beet; ; n s. aii-i

ble with year hogs getting into our potato at least it is something to slow the seed catalogs. then put them on t'e :Market and eating dinner with them! CHARLESI
Mr. and Jotr!!. Gordon Jones ante.'!
and again this year we the devils down, as they are beComing then wait on our < uiioine; r, =. But
About the most remarkable response it is satisfaction daughter. Mr. and Mi-. Th'.rn r
have had a friendly warning that more and more numerousin ;j a too, for we
we've ever seen from a have Jones and sons, Mr in the neighborhood. Butif our fields. Saw a mole cricket many complin.en'-: [our
some are
other planting is the way a double rot' I produce. But have Herbert Norman and M>I: ..; "I'- ,
the we 'i
i come to get potatoes at flying in the berry patch so :uu. l. I
they I Iga'e
I ..
this they'll have tc day--first one we ever saw in that of beets have grown after Alice learn about farmini:' tilla were among th"-I' \\ h t t 1. ", I

our place year the row a good dose of: ed the day \\ ith them Th> v .,1'1
wait around quite a long time. In stage of growth. >'
I hydrated lime. One thing is sur'\ were \isitiiig in Cl.iH'l';!: S'.I..t., TO SAVE TIME
the meantime we hope to get agate Our cat Scarey is "tnalav
and that is that we will always afternoon. AND YOU MAY
up to keep them out of our Our berries have come into limo (expecting kitten> iinl "A..ne
put some lime out before .we pla:.t looking forward io r.-.islr at Seems as thoiis 1 ;Mr! :,1..1 MtE : SERVE TIMEr
.edge grass field. As busy as we ited production at least. In the u

are now we haven't time to chase past few days we fine picked 02! beets again. For as we understand I least one for kep :>, cat' is ::11t'
it, you have to keep a crop growing -: t
I only sure we K-i'nv\ '
i! hogs. quarts just about the amount we way :;
fast if want to
you get good :
I can use for our Roadside Market rats away.
resultes. i .# .# #
Especially when we have 1C Our friends the Doe's who were I .fJ (

staying with us recently, should I Going to burn off uiroodl. I.., t,
head of our own that are doing I I Enjoyed visiting Bob and Jessie '
I controlled hurn-n .
using Think
have the with
seen patch ripe
their best to eat us into the poor Young's greenhouse, and seeing I

house. We are feeding them corn fruit to be seen on almost every,, the many flowers and shrub they I I that if we can get some new i.:;, ,est YOU'RELUCKY \
for the cows, that lit th
We real from thyll
plant. a
and know that we should be giv get have growing. What wonderful !
raising berries (although it iS ;'! pasture (with its new < 1 I, v. r rgrow M I II i --s
them tankage (we'll try tee
1 hobby growing of flowers is. .,I I'
if don't want toe I[I back-breaking work most of the up a little. r _
get home they And speaking of flowers, the ...
time) because like to eat the .---
much for it) and minerals. Worst j
novelty on the market is in
part about the minerals is that we doggone things, even when we seeds which are colored the colorof I I I Well put no more boron M-I t the you may escape injury an

have spent a whole day picking, form of borax) on our Ian:!. \,\
have of it but it is sitting but can't
a bag I the flower they will grow. What accident you escape -
do packing, and selling them. did so, but learned later tn.it a D']
fepd hed because not
in the we
: next, we ask, what next! +
I I boron deficiency i i.* generally financial obligation.
have the time to move a j 0..
found on alkaline soils, and that
er box from another field to the Alice got a good idea about SINCLAMRf
We've had a lot of trouble this Inquire about Automobile
\ time
is something we do not have till i an -.a\p safely by shopping -
will take (
hog run. Sure it only placing two more STRAWBERRIES with ,
season growing English peas. with us efficient, (()lIrt"-
about 40 minutes to do the job,:| signs by our Roadside Market Cut-worms did a lot of damage!I and Accident Insurance.
ouseni i is motto.
but the problem is to find the time made them erected Planted a few hills: of rucuinherron i I our
I so we up, and then some doggone insect atea GASOLINE WITH RD-119 NO EXTRA COST

to do it. And all the while the hogs i them, and before long we were lot of the foliage, and what with, our compost heap. Ilenni it was-- Charley E. Johns ID-K9S Seto.irod..w

are eating corn at1.40, and, stopping: more cars and selling one thing or another fa( lot of a good idea to do so as we re Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed nhibilSKKI5KKI

bringing a low price at the marS more berries. It pays very often tc I ,'ain. for example) our Engl'sfc suckers for trying just about Agency i

i every thing we hear :'J-t lean one. ,
peas are a sorry lot. Cut we never! 1,1 I'hone 13 STARK, FLA ;

quit! We'll plant some more, and
hope for the best. ;i Had some azaleas out in front'of RADIO & TV SERVICE CENTER STATION

t I our home which were n-'t ..tS.

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE growing at all. Put a tablespoo-i' Sales and l'nice
We to ....
plan plant some Tendergreen '"
of boiieme-tl around
or so steamed i I n. K;001)1.r. .\ \

beans for market this season each plant and -Tva.s ain ,z ng Representing THE TRAVELERS, Hartforfl Ph. 239!) Starkc

but we've been delayed a longtime how they took on new Iifo>. There: _..... .., ....,--" ----" ,, ,i I S. .'{01 at South City Limits Starkt- fl'uuI I ,

ZENITHRADIO the weather Did
by rainy
is a lot to feeding plants, just n"
to out half 'he
manage single of there is a lot to feed\in 5 lives' -I kI
>r 1 bark field the other day. so that '\

the place cnn dry out some, before i I Ii ,
i Going to plant sone Valor., M
we get in and rut it up good. i
- andTelevision peanuts again this : I.a.-
Then we'll)) bed up over the fertilizer yea. ForD
rear we planted three ro.\s of
and wait a week or so beforewe
Sales them and although \\'e did, not
plant. And hope that we can do
'take good rare of them we rord iruck
and Service it before it Is too late. I cuts
enough of a yield to encourage-

,, ,
-- --- ----------- to try some more. We've been
Having trouble with Comfort '
more -
told to plant thjjni on well drained ,
221 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 getting in the Kitchen Garden,'
J land but where or where! do we II j
as she busts the and then f
find that on our farn.
STAKKE, FLORIDA busts through an old rusty poLl i I ,

-, ,,_ ,_ _ '_ _r_" '_ try wire, fiiuanJ then has a I income tax thl Costs !
good time eating:: peas i'abba<;e,, Filling our : Running Again

.. eta Did kf'-p' her tram h..I'IH ; week. Wish we were making route I i

money so that we could pay al

..i.Until we get the hang of i

:arming, it looks as II1IUgthe [

< ;vernment will ovu> iu nu'ttey'!

...t. ,

BAYLESS HIWAY'\ I'I Now..Three new b compression. I LOW I friction


G i w'ri HAPPIER FLORIDA* 9'iJ A large Church number XI'attended"'' tm! Engines in FORD TRUCKS for '52 !

gd opening service at Bayles- Highway :; ,
Sunday. We had a wonderful .

I program throughout the: day. I'

A bountiful lunch was served at I j

the noon hour. All ('hur(" 1es and i tr

rTime Pastors were recognized and given .'

v a part on the program dui ing the !

was when I brightened a few bulbs ,I t t'ri1oon.'e want to thi"!' ; -

and sent you a Night' bill, but... t 1". ..pie fof about $250 rt'dl\, \\ :

tit' building program We gioai- ,

LOOK WHAT I DO, TODAY !:.,1:' -appreciate ill this and r!1""d;

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JOdS I r more horsepower per cubic inch displacement. Designed for modern tion drag and heat and wear.

1 11 mI .i Speed Hauling! Engineered to save up to 14% on gas! Other -fighting featw* N--W

1 (lctorHti Super-fitted Autotherauc Ft-' .* /'' .

-&& MMUM Ford Truck engineering has awabeen! NOW Ford offers 3 new Low-FftiCTiON truck cuion-moldfdCast Allf'V 'rani't., N A/

WASHIR// HEALER WATER h REFRIGERATOR+OER DSFCSER\ iER EtEvWON RADIO RJR NPS Kin KR1FRCRIE step-ahead engineering! engines-two new Corgo King V8'ond FUU-Flow Oil F lJrs' A ', f ,-. t' ..,

% c N C VACUUM Example; Ford piont'ert'd8 power for new Cost Clipper Six-that save up to' Ford's economy-prou' .\ >rM: r'J i ed .: I
+ER CAR RKOO gallon// of in 7 deliver more lIf.d'
noo POIbr DI5I1wASSR: I trucks! gas every cu. in. V-8 engine r.rn 'J. > >
POUxitR / : power per cubic inch time-saving power 106 h.p. And the 211: :ir r Six ;.-,
--"' Example I Ford built longer 1 life into Ford
NOTE NO HOUSE HEATING 1"ItOIl'S / tuned to today' Speed-Hauling needs! upped to 112 h.p.
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] Q' Trucks' and proved it with registrations;
CII fit I "Ford Trucks Last Longer:" New Low-FKimoN design liberates ''taptie" Now floe great tank pnginr : er :--

many gallons you I series power combinations in the m- *

FIGURE IT THIS WAY: Divide my Example: Ford demonstrated Power Pilot power 19"2 line, there'h a new ford 'I ral'( tt.,uright i
jUYS want? ."lO-million-mile/ J Ford Tnn k
bill by 30 das..and by the numberof l.orIrt1In; Ordinarily! engine friction steals I as much for your hauling: J'Ii'
1 K<'cnorrv Hun and m"d i tKf results.
I for -----" ,----,----- 30% of the develops.
jobs do..you'll see my pay .-. ,IILor"n ii. an exLiUM\e 1 h< ,> ,>r. t.ir. wary os power your engine

easing housework is "pennies' prop- Voull think or are "seeing ('t"'riJtr t'nt'fit' Ford short stroke Low-fRICTION design cuts COME IN-SEE US TODAY!

osition. No wonder folks in Florida buy double" when you \\ hour

more electricity than in most other fast ail complete auto service '

places.FLORIDA,it's LIVING cheap assurance! of HAPPIER TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLB6Y Ford Trucks for 52 cost still less to run !


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Temple Ave. Ph. 32: Madison & Adams Sts. 5T ARKE, FLORIDA Phone 118


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.'lUn.\MARCH: 21, 1952' I'VOF SEVEN

fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMTTtn-TTTTTfTTVVTVTfVVVVTTTTTTSTATE I I and Mrs. C. F. Edwards were their son :Marion of Orange I ""I'i' Fj,,! \T. PHAU: A. J. Thomas! cVile: lt.llinenn! P..f nbr. \OTICi: TO APPF.U I' .: I I'' i r t U .1: L t.i'n. .
I I r.Hk: nt the Circuit Case No.
club guests.! Beach who were: overnight gue-ty TV Mjrtle: T. Deaver Court. In Clrrult Court Ilrailford County, Ic.-std i.y y'o-:"
i of and Mrs. J. L. \\' lham:. Clerk. Florida: la Chancery This notice shall bnce J ri
Mr. :,1 H u 11 .N'ntlrc T ) Appear.T"
LastVednesday Mr. and Mr=. Bath week foul'I'.s
FARM Cpr >
LONG BRANCH I : Mr?. Lucille Ri-ill.nsnn. whose I I John E M.-Kae.: T'l.nntiff.! vs. Marie! .
R. Markham moved to their ,n fit I.: 'If _\I'I'Itit in 'orrn: Tn 'rrn residence is: Bellmore. L. I :New Ycl:", Lrfe.dant. I \\ in the Bradford C
*' Of Florida f r..1t ?""'. IIr".Uurd ('UUDt,. York and whose address Is: P. O. graph.
Mrs. J. L. StricklandVAfAAAAAi.AAAAAAAAAAAA.lAAJ By Mrs Bryan \VhitfieId home at Heilbronn Springs. Mr. The tatr ., llnrMn: In : Cae No. 9020 | I ,' .
By : To- Simon J T. mil! d. ea-ed. hnnrrrv.. IU-x 1V2.: Bellmore. L. I.. :New York. I'.iJ-.l i' \ -: \1!
| and Mrs. 1... R. Thomas, who had Sarah J. Tempi--, hi* w.fe. if alive, .Lu'n.!. v' :-:11..hal1.! Jr- Plaintiff toP You are hereby notified that a :Notice To Appear. (lA'FKiri! Si\T: ) ... .1!
AA &&&& & & &&& && && been living at Heilbronn and against the unknown heirs, Uei P ;1. l'. Mi-ehaii! l>ef.M.lantMlr suit for Divorce has been filed To: Marie; :I-I'..l", whose re :dt'n'l' c:, : X ,.f 't,0 ,i- :

Springs tt.'e.i Iegatr'or other .--laimat ,. (easy *". &0-:' against you in the above named is: Unknown By M\ '.. T !'. i\- ", I'. p.."
Gene Austin of Lake Geneva Bridge Club :Meeting I I are now residing in the house here under Sarah J Temple, if deceased T. :11rsr To xnprar. Court and cause and you are required You are hereby notified that a > -

came last week and got about two Mrs. W. N. North placed bo-.vls: vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Mark- devisees and against, legatees the or unknown other claimants heirs.. r.--.l..11." 'and drop'I': address. -"h-'h-in.is. 12U whose Last: or pleading to serve to a copy the complaint of your answer on the suit control for of Divorce minor, care child custody be and l.I
1"'Ih awardedto
dozen young peach tree seedlings of vivid Spring blossoms at points I ham. IInd'r11I1"n J Temple: A. Hall also You Street New YOl'k. Plaintiffs Attorney T. Frank Wesley M. IJae and other relief
known as Angus Hall if alive, are hereby nourled that a Landrum, Starke Florida and file has been filed I ELECT
of interest in the living room aid suit for against you In the
this ;years growth of the I Mrs C. M. Turney, who is making and if dead, his unknown heirs agam't Divorce hall been filed the original In the office of the' above named C"urt. and cause andyou
adjoining dining room of her home. devisees legatees or other claimants you in the above Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
old extended with to
clinger press peach. an !stay relatives ell".t and are are required serve a copy of i I
I wife of rause and before the 14th of
under him; Avie Hall you requirt'd day April 195:; your answer
or pleadings
I to the
Thursday afternoon or last week In
Aunt Babe Padgett is feeling and friends in various points in A. Hall also known as Angus Hall. "I' !""rye a copy of your answer otherwise the allegations of said Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attor- |
when she entertained the State if alive, and if dead her unknown pleading If. the complaint on Complaint will be taken as confessed .
much better. Her son Ernie came the State, spent several days during the T".lIntJff' Atf.rnev fey Theron A. Yawn, Jr 119 K.ist
ami IIth..rdaim.1I11' T Frank :
I heirsdeMsees.. legatees by you. Call Street Starke. GENE
Farm Bridge Club. :Mrs. C. M. Uii.4r.im. Stark. : Florida and file
and took the week with Mr. andMN. under h..r.y..u Florida and flIp
and got her Saturday the orj"ln.t ti This notice shall be publishedonce the original "i the off i. e of tlirj a
few Turney. a former club member, P. D. Fancher and with will take noti.-e that Sallie l'l..rk nf ; in the office of the each week for four consecutiveweeks (Clerk. of the "i' -lit ,'''ut ,on "I" be.fere .
for 111. ( ,,
her his home to stay a 'il' ,,
to "t Court
.I. Hall! K. 1 Hall ''I- the. on or ?- in the Bradford County Tele* the lit'. ,i I'f \pr I Idh.rt '.:
I was guest player on this occasionand other Farm friends. I'erilr Hall Walkei and Audrey "lh"I'\\I lath Into ,,f April. 1952: graph \ .-e tin .. n-i' '.11> >.f > id
Mrs. R. P. Hall llelger.: ownel- "< the fee sllllple '- the ..ill.rmon! : of aidl .
days.Our McLendOn, joinedthe Hated this lath da} Id Mar.-h 19OFFICIAL :
Mrs. L. S. Smith Sr. of South hereinafter 'I'I.n'' ; %\ ..II' 'too- taken
Fields1'11" .
son, Charles title to the property fro-ed cun- ( SEAL A J. Thomas,
for the refreshment 1.\ t
Milelens q.
has been stationed at Fort Jackson Carolina visited Mr. and Mrs. 1... Set .lit III thiNotl.e.: a- tile This: n'.1"' Clerk of the Circuit Court LON G
"" 'hall
Hall tleeea--
hour. In keeping with the themeof .it law: of U K: '" published By Myrtle T \
Deaver Ol'put1'k
S. C. has been transfer I tc C. Smith from Wednesday until .d. have filed th.irworn Kill, ..( onl'P .n. h week f"r f'consecutive ,
i Let Us
we' k i I'H:: 4: 4 Thoroughly
the then approaching St. Complaint ag.trn-t x .'u. and each of "' the Rr"lf"r! ,l County Tele- !
Sunday.Mrs. I --
to hu new graph.
California. He
reports wherein they :ale h'a'ebv seeking -
Patricks Day Mrs. North served you MVTICI inrrcAK i ila
post April 2. He and Dottle, his with coffee individual cakes iced William Whitehead.. the t" llllet| their, title t.. the following ] IOFFII'I.\T.IIJ'-d th'" SEAL"tl.l' rt-'v "f Mari-h, 1952. Circuit ('.iii ri. IIrail ford t'ounI1'leri.la T Wash Your Clothes
d.|erilod PI'''''' It' in ) A. J. Thomas '
wife, were to see us last week.V'ondee delicate former Norma Jean Dobbs of Tus- Couny, Klorid.i to-wit : '''"fk of the Circuit Court. : In l'haneery.Fred ,!1
in green and Ice cream B v Myrtle T. Leonhard, Plaintiff w .\1.
Durrence filled his apipomtment con Arizona arrived Friday tc The :South half "f the Southwest; I Deaver. Deputy Clerk K'l'-ta !Let-nhard Defendant 1 9 Pounds
squares that were centered witn 'luari!,'r. Sei-tion ..".. To\ n.hipSeven :2.: H 4t 4 1OTIC1 Case :No.; SOtle "'' I i I
at the Padgett ChurchSunday .],: Shamrocks. The tallies further emphasized visit L. D. Dobbs and sons. Addi f7 I Kiinge Twenty-One \. To \pprnr. ,I

We underhand there\;asa I tional visitors of Mr. Dobbs duringthe (21)! \Kast: and al-.. l.-gtnnitg at I I. f.lr..1t ('. : 1n AI'PP.\lt To: Mrs. Augusta Leonh.v.l who eresidence For 40c !
the chosen motif. In Contract
..f theXortheast "'rt. Bradf.'rll
il Ih. SouthV.t orner flooatT'' i is: Los Angeles .ilifornia..
large congregation present as Mrs. Herbert Thomas held weekend were Mr. aud Mis Quarter "f Ih."ulh: .: In Cha..r and whose address! is I' < >. B<>\
I I. 1r-t: Bleach If Desired!
chur h is of :S.-. ti-.ti twentyfile II'h. n 1.1111' ''ff. ts. ,trio. ..
we all know this little : Reid Davis and their daughters west Quarter 1 1:1'1: 16.T1S: Vine Street Stain! n 1 1. s An-
high score and was awarded cologne I2: ."" ToWII-lllp :Seven ((7lKaiiRe I : 1'.f"lIlalil geles.California.
hard to get to and all other Dianne and Gail of Jacksonville. Temple Are. Stajk
Twenty-i (1:11: East C.--"- \o. .tft fntlrf
and in Mrs. P. D.
\ You
To Appear.T are hereby n"ufi..1 I 'hat a
churches have their ser"iceh! \ Mr. and Mrs. Ree Bruner mining North one hundred IHIM I .. suit for Divorce has l I.. en filedajjainst
Kanther. are ,
as holder of the lucky > arils Then.-e K.ist ..II"- hundredninety :M II Ann. .I.| an, |:I"\\n. whose

the morning so it was remarkablethat card received dish covers. To Mrs. new Farm residents living in the (d'til yard-. Then.South resid.nee nutl. ., nil|. a.jdr. ss i., J:,4Iii s. Court and you cause in the and ab.\e you are named required
hundred (11t1t> yards. Thence t' ,\\"IIU. ( '. .
there were as many present.Ir the hostess house formerly occupied by Mr. one I. ( .oIlf..r.ilia. to serve a copy of your We Will
Turney presented pow 'Vest one hundred ninety i (lion P ..
Strickland and I did not attend der. and Mrs.. A. C. Davis Mr. ant! yards to a pla.-e of beginning also You are hereby notified that a swer nn the or pleading Plaintiff's to the Attorney!' an'l

due to ill health. I. beginning at the Southeast.rnr ''I'llit for Divorce has been filed Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida. Your Clothes
Mrs. Bruner had been residing in .-.. of theortlixxet: quarterof I against you In the above named ; Dry
:Sealed< LiuulieonMrs. and file the original in the office of
We now have the offer of twc Raiford.Mrs. the Southwest Quarter Section Cnnrt and cause and you are reQult."d the "lerk of the Circuit Court on OTbefore
L. K. Chapman twenty-five, ( I'.i TownshipSeen to serve a copy of your an- the 14th day of .April ISn For 20cIn
of land for the Mission we
plots comPli'l P. S. Mrs. 'i7 > Kanue Twenty-One swf r r
Crews and
Spencer Pleading to the
mented Mrs. C. M. ..rrh' complaint otherwise the all.'Sai'on-! ; '; \ !'RulCum"nl YOUR TAX
r have long to build here ((21) I Kasf: running one on the Plaintiff's
hoped so Crews Attorney, T. Frank will be t.iU'ii infeisd
i and little Billy .l- i > -
luncheon at her home son hlllllr..111111 vaiil th.ne Westsilvfie Lnndrum. .
a Tuesday) tarkt'. Florida and file by > on.Tbi New .\ut'matlOrten: :
Hill. do ..
We a Baptist .
at 'lay It ) \ard- tli.nieSouth the
visited Mr. and Mrs.. W. original in the
: George office .
of the ..
of last week. Early Spring flower one hundred; )aids (100)) clerk of the < noti. e v.in|, i. I' : lishe.l
Mission here, our house is open Rivers Circuit Court on or be- e ASSESSORaggressive
Graham ,
in Sunday. h K f..r f. '
added Thence Fast sixty; five ir..i; .\.ml- for.the f.in-e .a. w rutH"W.K'
to the beauty of the party !I11h .1.,,' of
for all services but we are handi to .1 place of liedinninB' Api iI. 191"otherwise ; it. Mi l I'- .,..If. 1',1. "y '1',1.-
I the
Last wf'ekfr.. and Mrs C. H allegations of said
rooms and lovely arrangement
a graph.
capped for room. Now all we can I-.Ill.tllUHK a, l I. tt.1nd "l"e I'lI ,Complaint will be taken as con- The
of sweet peas centered the dining: I Wainwright moved to their home I le,<. : tossed hv you. l.it.d this I 12th il.iy of Mar. b, 1'' "- Washeteria

do is to wait for a hearing from room table where covers werelaid in Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. !IP the. I'.' I! "I I 'oitipl.i,, i t it I This nnti-e shall\! be published! "iFFI"I.:1: : XI.i .\ I TI ,"..I
the Mission Board. We really need! : i is alleged( that your names, resdeiiies !- once each week for four consecutive "I.! : k ,f:1-: (',i i :nt I'i ,
for the meal. The appointments Lorenzo Griffiand children whc and adili. ,,,.,. at unknown weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 1 ly! :M\fb, T. I'. \ I'r' \ \ ? -
funds for this Will learn I .
project. vI
I l
1 1 l'
of the table were beautiful j formerly lived between Heilbronr 0111.1 that there 'is no known JH-I-M.II gr:lfl h. I honest
more later. .1 i ..I' 'pel sons in the State of Klorid.i.j I ,lui. 01| th.-, Itt: ,.Ial.f; M..I Ii, 1'ir! .! .
Louie Carter she has against the background of its yellow j I Springs and Starke. are now residing -'j t .. .'ttkP.-, "I plo. 'Ipon W h"a.,! i (OI--FICIAI.. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. .-.-. - - -- -",'
says I linen cloth. Guests included a j in the Stat Farm house "'IM persmiallv hind > "r1 I I ''Iprk 1 (>f the Circuit Court I I II qualified
b,-en trying to raise some chickensto You ate therefore. ,,1,11..1, to fll i 'y Myrtle T. Dpa\1'. Deputy Clerk I :
few friends of the honoree vacated by Mr. and Mrs.Vsiin-
put in her deep freeze, but if j your uiilti-n app-aiaine ..i th- ..t-.Ij !ii 4t 44III I when I
I wright.j j fi.' ol the ( 'leek! ol the I'M.nil'Court \ Taxpayer who K ltx .
the weather doesn't warm up slip ('IIII1I1HJllit Club :Meeting i t of I'.iailf.'i-d! Count \-. Florida. I (rirrwl Court, nradford (....1111,., you dII. I ;

I is afraid her chickens will freeze Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow and! j Mrs. L. Durden visited: relativesin : I Friday, April" M. I Ii.; :,'.', old Loa;i aielierealttr ,TlorMla.: In ('''an.r,'. I think : Consciousho vv III
{ Columbus. '' required. I" s,'rte a roil> 11I.a! 11' liink.-: IM.i.nt il. \> ('ii. -I- I
before she gets the feathers off of Mrs. Bryan \Vhitfield were hostesses Ga. and in Jacksonville i of our aui. \v.-r or other. d.fenesI Itnik.: It. iVml.ii,!. of SLADE discharge the dutii-s of

them. She too enjoys electricity, at last:: Tuesday's meetingof during the past week. I on Si-riiKKs.; Ciirmirhael.! lat! -s iind CK;| ,. xv 40Order _. i this office in a.inrt.: -....
1 I.owry, whose address "i- FloridaItunk Of rnbtirnlion .'0" Noi." Toi
It took them a long time to get it. the Community Club. The Patricia Willard spent the wtvk- It'iildiiiK, Caiiusville: F'b rn1.9,, 'PM-nr; stair of Florida Tot and impartial manner

Mrs. Carter says she has a letter Stringfellow home was the setting end with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Atwood ,;, attorneys for IMamtiff.-- |'.roid' '. '|i.-Mr, ISiirk-: hose residence j N
led h.Ia.w.. :>nd to iIl1l1l.-.I''I.ly! til-- I-.If! \\elllie, Paytoll 'i "III"1 I ill he ireat
from Leon stating he is in Paris and a profusion of specimen*I in Jacksonville. Sunday Pa "( the oritiiial of ",".1.11'.-" i <.I oth rj 1'n" | '",<] I" appi .,rIm I Our service includes either Hutant' or Propane : \\ at our st-n

vacation and hopes to be barkin I blossoms in a'ari'ty of speciesand I tricia's host brougnt ner home, j" defenses with the clerk of the ('11"- *'\p" II iI! I lJir.2.! in t Hie ali.\- nam.-il all times and take
I tit Court 'in and f. r lradfoidCounty. : l[ ''itt'' :anil .11''''"- \vher> plaintilf
I' in I I Gas in tanks from J gallons to IJIOO(}( (} gallons .
the U S. by August. He has hues accentuated its beauty. and were dinner guests of her parents Florida. ? K" divi.r.-... IY.idfi.ril '.nnlit I II every opportunity to t.\
Ilt-r'm fail not III' a (I'. I... 1'1''', 1'. ltei.,|,|" '-ti|,,, |II| ""JII..h! || 110.. o, ,|, '
been in Europe eleven months. His I I The club president Mrs. H. J. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers .. ,., ri pfl'Sm; % appreciation t t Inc
'ni r",1 f
('onfesso willi. etitrt' 0 agtltrt ) 'I:i in v. l KV] is' "ue". with
new address! is Cpl. Leon W. Car Kucera. directed the opening ritual! }Jr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger of for IIItIl''r. I.. Id. tour. .III'-.P\ "". ..U'ltll.'Vv' ,1'v |ha, .nd] ,111)1 !.((.' Ll;' I ( \Iinder installation any : :, your confidence.
l I .
"I' for failwre III s.-i, .1 "-.y or 'I 't :St.nKKl.!. I .la, MM-, :ll." Ii FREE
ter. U. S. 5300320, 51Sth Engr. and business session. During the Jacksonville were Sunday visitor } our au.r "I' "Ih"r dfrlues! tlltll ,' j i ::. ]I'f.:1 I Range purchased in our Store. I II I I" ill welcome and

Combt. Co. A.P.O. 511 New York, social hour there was a contest of: of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley! ,' Plaintiff: 1)1: ) lit' I '''III"lailil.au.1 .. i (OFFICIAL :-:C 11) A.r Tl..ma-, respect
to illl".1,.", it TI"'I'an"r nit''1 A- I'lt-ik, <-f ".ml Conn I i : yourote and
N. Y Famous Lovers in which Mrs. From Friday until Sunday :Mr. tfv! Mvrtle i sup
i y..ur orljillal qrt .t I tour aIi"w.or r 'I' Denver Deputy Clerk! I It REALLY to Trade I
I too hope to raise some chicken Herbert Thomas was prize winner. and Mrs. Enice Eradshaw: and,, d,.friisrs wih,: I Ih. I'Irrk' "f tic. c'" i- I: II..--, '(\I.\-, lIamtll; }' I.if. I Pays i I port.
i'Ir,'utt 'put! t .I.". ., ..d 1..1' 1 1:1..1f..1: 1 I I IhtIdnlg.i: | ,, k-,oh\ Itb,[] ,_ F'la| !
.- if and when the weather Refreshments consisted of a saladcourse children of Mt. Dora were guests!' t ..lIl1ly. .'1..1." .. .\11' I"!- 1'n'I;; H 4t 4 Ioil'i I Ii I i iI

warms up. Will set my incubatorIn I with coffee. Mrs.. C.1..!: of Mr. and Mrs. R. TI. Cox. I The Inlll: ,01 '. l' \' T..ltr.I"I 'I with SLADEs; COMPANY i I I'ol. :nlpaid: |Iolf l-\

week or 10 days. Turnev.. a former club member Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Crews had t ,lif a netvspap.-r Bralford 4'ii't..I' ;:. "I'1'Iprtd.o..1 11"111.111"1 i" h'rr i. In Clrenit\ ( iiort.: TO llraitrnrtl.\rrr\it('"unt,. I t I I I'HO.NK I 121 I I (trill- l.".n>; } I II II II

as their dinner guest.* Sunday Rev. I by d"'IJ.n.II..1 I- Ihr n'p.tlr)r Florida: In .'I.an.-ery. I I I .
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: III whirl 1111' not will t. pub.-I} l-'i.ink I ; Mm-'i' !I'!.,, i J - - - - ---- I
: and Mrs. Fred Dodd and childrenof .... ,
ed pure r (rh ".. x f". .' 1. 'u' uI I
: seentivr i : : weeks.11'ITNESS: :': .
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Underhill of Starke and Mr.. Delj
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OFFICIAL Si\L \. I "Hi "'. r' .
I Kenneth Johns, who is a studt-nl,t I
) iM.-i k .t' Sidi> it. n "i.i.' ;
; at FSU. spent Saturday and Sun. I IIn'I'',. T lifavt-r. !I'.'!p'.'> t 'I.-rkI i .
S.ruKKCttrmicliiU'l; futt's mid 2F eII
4 day here with his: parents, Mr. am" I..wl'I'I u lox 19'i, liaiiifsvillf.Florida .

| Mis Claude Johns.
AMonirvx! for Ih)' Plaintiffi -
.14 pp.; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barkley ant, 3UH41

2 3 OF VARIOUS KINDS IN STOCK CI : children of Jacksonville were dm :\lIfHT 111 \rrn\u

fri >; ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. GSlrillgfpIlow ; In Circuit ('....,t. llrailforil fount7,

pp. rinrl.lni In rhanrrry.Jane .
i Sunday.En Blizzard i'lun'trc l 1'I."utitt"
i route to their Igor'p i ii 1 \ s. 1'aul Intuub..r4. Defendant'
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY [: '.1'" :\". .,, : .
.4 ; Clarkston. Mich. from their winte;rl I .Nollre 'Fe ..lepear.I .

May in Delray Beach. Mr. an< To: Paul Hlultl"'rgll! : ? '
residence and addre--- I -.; ,c-,
;: Mrs C McXeize and son Tom I .... .
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I | were Saturday overnight guests ivnn.sylxani Y"uar..h..i r..'., .fr..1, -
I j!: Dr and Mrs. II. J. Kucera. for Hi\.or.-.. ant) t..i. .' -i, riiD-ffl
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Al: Rog. ,'f! name lias; t l.. I'll- .1 1 .t., j .
j ill the :tip"'p. n l'l, t! C.'lt > rar'
i t. i i ers of West Palm Bench, who w r thlandyuu.u I ri'i, t. I'", ? \ .
: j their little daughter LavonU I. uf your .u+sw ..' pl-.nl l i_ ..
3 UNION BUS STATION :. II ompl.tmt on' th- I'l.ni.' : \ .'. ..
I formerly lived here will be in'I' Hey, T Frank I.indruii' ,. "'<. ,

.4 p I: I j terested to learn of the birth ci ],f F'lurula.itd i II.! Me i "I :.: 'j- g
Temple .\\ l'. Starke Fla. = office of the 'ci-i! I k of t f'
:: i I their second daughter on March !I- Court on or imfonth, >- J 11 I IA t, .' ,
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t j After spending several month I April, 1 !I-,2. otherwise i th.I, "'
U"IIQ..f -aid Complaint It ,.1 | X f
I1: : with relatives inVest Florida Mr- f its ,',"f.j by Y"'I '. (' r'i

3 What/ it Takes. NACO'S GOT > J C. Williams returned horn,, This notice shall b" T.I.! 'I. .I. ,' .. ,.
1 once each week for four p..MS.- t I' M .. '. .
4 p: Monday. She was accompanied b y weeks! tit: the Bra,lfurl c,>>n.y Te].> .. .,. .
1 p Mr. and Mr.B :M. Williams .in graph: '. .:t '. .' '1'.. .
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i here. although today is calm and "em.\'", M \.R( 'II il 19u't .,>
;I cloudy. I Circuit Court. Itrndford loam-. or_ IMI' ;MIN 10 I"- nfeseed
II. m.:<.isii.it by y'U.'
; I I : !. Chanrrrr.M 1111'1"1' MXIP for Dixorce hi* I','"" { 4
EJ With uind and GRAHAM II N."""' '* 1 h"r..h\' This notice shall I against .
rushing > I be in ,
gloomy .
I, I"I'r i \' \tiiru-t Th.'r chm..oi t. P11;':- nd. K:\I! rtut trie published once you th .1' \ "' d
i each "
skies :iff x Kiith: l'.tr"Lne ," rsienril un.i. ,I' t ti 10., ,1.\ ,_ week for four consecutive Court and iausend \ .'
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.fb By Mr-. Bonnie I : >..t.'rid intj haptrr 2ft i :'-.". I.:," s ,.f Florida. weeks in the Bradford County TelI I quired to nerve a 1'1"-| ;.f :
The dark and McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA 1."f 1:14': graph. swer
stubborn winter I' ii III t I. 10: ""t. r u I'h the or pleading to t',.' ''nip'
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C.i-e N <:"6Notice "I..rk Ito-' "'; Hittd this 51 h dav on the Plaintiff ,
dies r.'Hit "!" ( MarchtiKFICIxr. \ : n: \ \
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AAAA. Topprnr. 1.'r I.radf.-r.I: < ,. 1!I:;:! Thomas Jr.
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1 Far-off T Ituth I'ar-jlme Thor ''hmidt. >". ..pt of upin ( SE\r. .
unseen Spring faintly MrS. F F pr"of .f? p ,Matton, ) A. J Thomas. "Floruit anti f' t .
I! cl.i.sBidding Abernathy known10'ingly who--1 residence !i.' S'41 Scv.'ntySixth t his noli,.... the fn,. It i.u.i of Clerk of the Circuit Court al in the office of the
I as Aunt Cord, celebrated I, Street. Woodhaxe.i New York. HIM'ax' lie Tounsi iv'II,,"r lndpr nanu.of: Ey Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk Circuit Court un or I. i ,

r iuro ClIrqeS$ Aolw ;, her earliest!; child al ise. her birthday Sunday March You are hereby notified that I r tm engao il I In t'ii-in- "- at uhlll IJ' '). 3,'7; 4t :3 ':23 day of ,April. tl-! ..th i 'i I' .
16 unit for Divorce
has been filed J'X) legations of sail I C. .
'I1' S.rarKr- Fla .n:
March! i
PONCA. NEBR. with a bountiful basket dinnerserved I against von In the above named 2. box 1-.2. StarkKla" .ia. Rroxx n taken ae confes! d !1.'I i
Tourt and cause and you are required fal..rI owner"lth %11I'r. TOPPKll I This notice ,
Out here we have had snow, picnic style Ihl day "f "jal1 I. ::0 'tI-" t
on a .hrnary In
UTierein I welcome the jl I and the long table t" "prxe a copy of your answeror A P 1'1.i:! 'v t.lrk... Tlrrult Court, limdfwrd County once each week, >r f"1 ir '"
in << voice of the turtle if P.raolfrii '
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I slet-t. rain and then a mixture all!ion the lawn. A large number of pleading to the complaint on I![I II'. FI..itf" I'lorl.lni In (.haD..r,. weeks In the Br' |for,< i', i
Springtime. I hear wild heard In land. the Plaintiff Attorney, Evan: T. Milton HaxK.
geese goIng our Plaintiff, rraph
at once. So of relatives and xs. Emma
many our neighbor friends :.1: 7; .lInO'1
attended 4tp :: .
)-:vans and Neal D. Evans Jr. 103 Mae loa\ I. efendiiit
north. I listen the of' 'I Dated this "tl; .
to song .1 The fig tree putteth forth her are in Arizona or California. I | Mrs! Abernathy has been confined Law Exchange IiuiMins. Jack'on-I '\lIlIea Case No 9010 ix \i '
the cardinal and wade the mud. I'II cards ( v ill 4', Florida and file orig- I.. ( ; 10I'Pro \It '\.tIe To ppear. (OFFICIAL S t.1 \.1
figs get from them. i to her bed for the r..1t .
Whoopee last Co.tirf.
) four years inal in the office of the Clerk of the I I| I-loriiln IIradrord ('U"tT.,I To Eiiinta :\1.1" HI\IV i %% ho-e r..- Clerk or 't 1"! .' -
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My beloved spoke and said tc: I And the vines with tender grape I I I know they feel sorr for us back j with Arthritis and is at present Pirouit Court on or before the Slwt !!.. T"rr"I"-('hnn..try.nton. ..d- n. i,1!, .l. nld-ev.. (ltki.o 1 '' I: \1\ '" .. !r. ,
dixof :XIarch. f32! :; otherwise Plaintiff Y"'i 1 i' 'I. '
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here Mam.s 1',1'
me, I give a good smell. in the nf id, but I am happy { entirdy helpless. Still she enjoys allegations- of said Pomplaint will betaken T"II.i.n..v .i. ivf,',,,1!.,,,rC:1 i

Arise my love. my fair one, enough. Soonthe sun will shine !: company and has friendly words a!' confessed" by >'ou_ 'iIi.. T" _i.--._ : .... N, d" .. --- -- --

Rise up my love my fair one and tome away. and the mud ,,ill dry up in a few and a nice smile for every one This notice shall be published To. :Mr 'Fra,;:'. -..., T. ,
and ( once" each week for four consecutive whose 1'1' \
come .
away. I i iI I days. I shall not worry about alll i who comes to see her. weeks in the Bradford County Tel- i Aeria rt-MuVn. ;."
For lo, the winter is past I Song of Solomon I II the work ahead. I will do what I '| those enjoying the dinnE'1''rf Among graph brie! Unix1 Pi.\n.-. i.i <- '" ,..? 1 BUY OF i E YEAR
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The rain is and Dit.d this :Ifith! day of February. ,
over gone; I 'ii are h, i .
When you read this itill be I can and let the rest go. Just be'I Mr and Mrs. John Abernathy and : 1""lt for 1'-1. \ .4 t
The flowers appear on the earth; I I'tSSOFFICTAT.. !n AT.) A_ J. Thomas. u "iasain ,. -
This I saw and as happy as Mrs Abernathy's I 't .
Spring. morning possible j sister and small!! Clerk XOM 'I'' I t" ...
of the Circuit Court.
The time of singing of birds is I heard a great flock of geese winging : !' HELPFUL HINTS: When going daughter. Mr and Mrs Olin Dyh'rtle: T Dearer Deputy Clerk. quirt-it Court i and 0 to so-i'tHe .\m..'.1.' '1 ..::1'.,

come, their way along the rIver. i i iI to a gathering with children.. | Graves and! daughter Shirley of! 3/" 4t I '21 !" ".r plrailllll. ton .S"..rHi." BRAND NEW

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I They will soon be north nesting : take along a plastic bag to put all I Daytona Beach. Bobby \VasdinMr 'I'rrn 'ro xi-rinu I ,-'rank T-indruin ,.:. j\ ',. ."Fir.) ,I ,,

As I went to get the mail, I heard I j I their scales mitten and things. and Mrs Forest Reynolds,, In ('Iri-iil ('''''1''. Hrndforil ('"..nO-. I land file| the origin i In q.! offi" .* ..r ,i _

of cardinal in the tall i! Mr. and Mrs Bill I'lorlil.i: In ('hnn..rrT.'Paul ;l the C'lnrk of the <' ", t Court 1952
the song a Saves searching. I also use a' Clemons and i lief.rothe "f]
PHONE 218 I S Rirhanl' Plaintiff. vs. i iVo-, .1' "f :A<." ,
elm tiee I love the song of plastic hag to put my crochet cotton |' two small daughter:: all of Tampa,, John-i.. Irene Richards Defendant I I ;; ; 'otherwii... 1 I., ali"I" _

COLONIALFLORIST Solomon that is above. "Arise, my and lace I am crocheting i''i and Mrs. Delma McKinzey fiomJacksomille I I'Notice: I : To ppenr. Case :>;0. 9001 "'1".lid.""If"'d'''' l.v vu \'. i I" tal. n, ELECTRIC PORTABLE _

love, come away.:' Out here in put vinegar i in milk to sour it I I To- Tnhnsie Irene Hiohird1- whose1resi.len. | This n.ti ,: -Ii.), ,1 i' p"I.,,| S
.'f i la: Route 1. Box :211! 1 Le- (.flg.p l'ad1 n i. k f, _
west get the H. I). Rogers isweeks ;- '
the great one can when recipe calls for sour milk. i I formerly of Graham nolr. N. C. :, in tll. |Pt, .,.,' ,.I |lnn -r SEWING MACHINE

spring fever. The mud is deep JELLY ROLL: 1 cup sugar. Ii but who has made his home I You are hereby notified that a I|IsraphDated. ___
suit for divorce has been tli"- 7' i ,J. .
and yet no sign of a growing flow cup flour. 2 level teaspoons baking' for the past several years inVal- :'I filed against you in the above" named 1| III!>,! p i 4A ,

er. Only a spot of green on the powder. a pinch of salt, 4 eggs. :i do. is seriously ill in a Jackson '' Court and cause and you are re- (OFFICI.VI. si, \ ni ., I

melted. yule juireJ to serve a copy of your answer Clerk of tup .. 'II i
FLOWERSFOR lawn where the mow is 1 teaspoon! vanilla. Sift all dry hospital. ( Tx ln.t1.. T f>. .
I or pleading to the complaint i\ r, I I''I''!!
The country roads are deep in nun1 i ingredients:: togethet Then beat i Friends of John SUrrt'ncyill| on the PHintiffs Attorneys. Exan I i! -

ALL OCCASIONS -at least most of tht'me'en the egg whites. stir in yolks, the I i regret to know that he is on the 1101 IT.: nvans Law Exchange and Neal P.uildm D Evans. JaikIsonxille JrM- j :\nnrn--TO I .i'i J.__

the gravel has all but disappeared flour and sugar mixture: then add! !: sick list His daughters Mrs. DelmaMcKinzey I Florida and file the origin-I In ('fr"I.it rrl. )s raI u-i-nui _
Inril I : .
J al! In the office' of the Clerk of theCiro'iiit I 1.1..1.1 .III.
Don : : In
black muck. Mrs ( |
in this deep vanilla Bake in a long at' Maxiiuyers and I ; lilllrrry
pan fourt on or before the Tl't Hi"han \\ illintii .
says this soil is deep in mud now 3oO; degrees. Turn out on a damp Mrs Aliene Padgett were visiting d iv of1.1r'h.: l'r! : otherxx i iso, tiff Jun. Ptllo M..S r \i.-tt. "I)

I' but it takes that to be rich and cloth. spread with him Sunday the allegations of said Complaint i I i"lIIlalll L'ia-. I ; .!Lii-J
(j)1) jelly and roll will he taken!;; as confessed by you \ootio... 'To tlipenr.| | .
fertile. \Ve had two funerals, carefully pulling up the damp I i Mrs John McKinnexseems! tc This notice shah oe published 'I.'' :Mi-- Inn' )"' 1

out in the be improving 1 ono each week for four consecutive i wh,.s.. r.-i\\,. ..,. tier ,'V I
both in cemeteries towels as you roll dust! with powdered '. slowly. but she hai I weeks in the Dradford County '- I M I..iig.. t and atldi.
DISH GARDENS country and he had a bad time sugai Easy and good. I a long way to go before she wil1j graph Jer-3-. "\ii.nn;0.-

to them. AH had to have j be able to get out again. i I Dated this :27th!'; day of Ft'bruary,, \""iI ,'ir.' t __
getting Yesterday I,19a_. I
my neighbor came suit f",' i .
POTTERY chains on One evening about over after the folks had all j Mr and Mrs. Leonard McKinney ,' (OWI.-IAT REAL) A. J. Thomas. I filid agaill"i \
with goneto Clerk of the Circuit Court "i i 0 Court ..in.l'finrf ,
I who ,
and went
six. a call came the funeral II had only recently moved mtc: Py Myrtle it
and I T.
POTI'ED PLANTS had all the Deax-er. Deputy Clerk: | d to !-."M ,
Don about 30 miles to a ho. pital. chairs put away and things backto our community. found it necessary I I :!:.'29 4t I t ':21!I 0|isw.r or pit'.HIi ) .

The road was fairly good until we normal. We to move to Palatka where .| i ion HIP Plaint ;' T
FLOWERS had coffee and I l.anlIutn. .
I turned into the hojpiUl grounds, I [McKinney: is trrntii i[ the ,
gave her a piece of the chocolate employed by the .In Circuit Court. Ilrnilfiiril. CoiinlrJ I iI originalClerk I

and then we I'Hppel1 into a ditch cake I had bak'd.p visited and i Bell Telephone Co. i 0 rii>rlilii> In (.liiinrrrT. I Ilphetis for the of the < ".
I i
I Nona St Stark and had to be pulled out. I wafrightened. talked. Digger i : Mrs Perry Starling and \ S \\"lIt7.'ll. Plaintiff vs I ithi.rsv.0> JI.' I
looking out the brother I ll.i \\ rntz.'ll. IId"lIlla,1., i "Cr.mplllntfessed I
March it' I 't .
Ha Yes ., I
\Villard .
window-! from the stair landing were visiting relatives in t a>e Xn. 9000iitloi E I>X \'''IJ
Here and it means lotof wind outR1ALVAREZ&SON He hrai the Jacksonvill Sunday. i',I \ T \i'Pir.1'o I I Tn) n"'l.: .
ian children I
playing : Hi A\-nt2ill. wlloso; lisidcnie I\nl'l' on, h I"
Mr and Mrs Earl j I-: I tlklloW\, n I
.My qUilt is pieced and put away Starling of.'' w..k 111 tli. I ,
I habeen sewing some and !I, Gainesville spent the day with are hetetiv notified that a1I I Ki.iph I
cro 1 suit for Divorce has been filed I Pit.d tli .. _
TRANSFER AND cheinij; la('. for a :"heel Clock IF : Earl's niotht'r. Mrs. Kate Starling,, i against you In the above named I If.: .'

Sunday. I Court! and cause and you are re- j t4( lI'f'ICl.tI. :-1' \ '' .,
STORAGE CO. striking f< in, Days, are a little i I I i iI quired to serve a copy of your an- 'C'I|. I '. I Ir

longer l I sing and work and pray i iI -- I'on isuer or pleading to the complaint i I !:.v Mxrtl,. T 1 1In i I. I t \ 'r FULL CASH PRICE
the Plaintiffs AMornovs_ F.'ft'! ,
tIm .;r- .. .- think of you< all I had a card I! NOI it'i r. or \ rI'I.R'i ntroic tT Evans and Neal D Evans.:'Jr: 103

from Hazel Van Kpps.: a former T \Hill\ DI.i.nllousr \: .:.. Law.. Exchange Building. JacksonI llir (''>u 1.1. .nii.:.: i...... .i 1. I' !
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... \Vc operate local Stdrki 1. :: I Florida and file tl* original I t.d For llr.iillunlin :
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p R B.Al\'ARU' ] I : now married\ and liver :' IS HKKKin t.lM.V.;I that In the office of the Clerk of the Cir- Ca. lint I 1"" '

<:.). STutCf.'LA. Jt:: long distance in Yaiikioun S. D. She has beer i,i divided U ,nil.on intirt-st I'arrish hold. ..f a .:1/5 un i' ..nit Court ..ii ."r I I.. fore tin :list il;tx- i U. The i:>t.tn. of Hugh J 1'
) f I in .mil to tin holder ; of Minn' ..' '
I MOVING S. I I"! : oth. rxii- the allegations ( roshxJ)i' ,
/'I anj\\h T In U. ill with rheumatism '!I 'of thi t f"lIl1win I i f.' !s '.I.
in a hospital rtrtifu. <
1 < < has; of !'ai.t, Complaint Ml i n'damof .
.ouo. fil. ilaid will be th I ,
.1If1ooq ii-rtifnatis i'state! I f
St, e., '. her ad > is Yanktovvn South to .I.iissiuil j by you. Cro") y, .1.1..1 I,
thiiion .
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I i 'rt ifira t This notice 'I. \
L t! -i EXCElLENT: Dakota Box 23. U It No. 2. Mrs J| 11111"1.1' and \iar-. ..f i i" -'uaiice. the i once each week shall for four be published v.weeks 'y not' I di an' 'I, ''-.r.d t. f. $24j\Lw '
ol.o consecutive it ,
"I i riptinti' of I thi prop.' "!'tv. and the t ti0
__ LtMinaidanEpps"! Do send her a ;!' naini-s I in,. uhiih. it was in the Dradtord County Tele-1' h'i\ IMfl : t ?II l __
tt4:4! assisted isas i graph I k' : :
lanl! old M hoohnate.sd folloxxsVrtifi : e ,
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ta'; STOKIGEFACILITIES ( ;<,d I h1.- \dii :ill \'ryoll" j I j .line( 1'14't! ,!,'atN" n. yrrti of l-sU. 192.:I'af.t; ; I l tins I :27th iltx of F".r -, j I j f,,': I t tx Slit.. :1 I-I K'" I'I, I I

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I ilixided interest! in a; till to Lots 1.,, Py Myrtle T Deaver. :
Agents For -, II I| 2. 3. 4. 13: 14; I 15. It;. I K; I'; >9. 30.; Deputy Clerk I FREE! BUTTONHOLER '
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DELCHERBROS. Always Troubled .". 6'. fi4 o in U'oortlawn Se.-tion I 13 I I WITH EACH MACHINE PURCHASED I 1
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See first! Township r> South Range :22!: East' i :Minn: 'v, j' ,,01 i
us With Upset Stomach'Evrvthing I,I i .V.tine:; ,in u hit h asxesipd: Canal : X 01'14'1lit Hen IIt'11. if i ll\in, .1'1, i 1 to I \ I' EASY 'I
J Tiniher Corporation_ ,It 1 to all otti,'r persons '';'' )hi!!= :a i J' 4 _
more than having .
all.III. ,
,'II. urtifiiate. follow I. 1 forrn.it ion con. nine ,' ar TERMS
[ ahove ins ARRANGED
-a I I ate seemed to upSt for ..ac'h additional c.-rt fj'at.order) I aI'iuts.Taki. truing "h. n- i; Mar. ', 7 liI

nn stomach until I was afraid': All of said propcrt.x. lieins; in the I j : noti.e that on the 21th I H.-\/I'I. I J'I'Adrn'd"lr I .

II 1.I LU_ eai__ : i T Colllltx. nf lr.iHforfl.. KI.JIM. .if. .ITIi.ri.It .. .. I"f 1Jar'h. I ft! ,'..', at H>:Oil .d..k| A.In M j .
1 was tm.a. weak and : ----- "- *
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i iI'nlfss ouit HOUSP in Stark. Florida 11 f"d, Hut :'
,town t trom slowly "It'h txComt I llou-ie Fitt pul '- I I t1i
starving myself n-rtifnate hall he in Starke FI..ritll. ll it I : _
hut I kill'it was useless to ever'' 11 tit. mid .uionlniK to lawr the will 1 :toiiM.ler: 1 !the apphrati i i.ra of .las. I I r _
Ilr"I'I'I'Iy| desorit.ed. in such oertifr-' I"-'' Men ioi letters of \ try to eat a full meal '"',i II' ill I... "tratirni -?
good until I' u sold to the highest bidI I upon the Kst.ito of lIen D--ll, >OT1IE TO irn iU .- WI
read about I I I ill' at flito Oiirt house door on the a nil will h..ar exidtnc- I i In ('Ir..lt Cnmrt. JtriJf.. -
and I IM
tried INNER-! cotuerning .u C-.n. i :(' -
I I i first Monday in month of Max', 15! !';:!. .I Ilh.- .i.Ietd' alxf n...> of the !aid Ren I I rl..rldlU. In rl..n...... M l Ml ()I'l'ONACME
I TONE That was the day thing !I l w hi<'h i i" the 5th day of Max. 1952 p..r II, and th. "lr"III1I"tall"I', anti du .iix \ ,", .j i i l 1.01.. ,t i.. t9iitit, I j

LOCAL FACILITIES changed for me-I eat what I want I ,| Iiati-d. this nth: day of March 11! :'i2I :! ration t1'rh.f, 1 '"-11" I' I 1,1.: t i., .11. 1. ,\i.lasi') I
I Thomas. K: K I'i n xr:nn 'otintx" Judge I' \ ', ,, STORES
ami! my meals are a pleasure. I \'!.'rk of i'in nil. i 'oiirt of li! '.id 21 I I '\ttrr T, Appear. I
praise INNER-TONE : fi rd <'oinitx FI"I 1 ili 1, ''' It 3' 21MIIICI 1... Cosim" .. I' 1.1I..rt., ,
C refinement with to the sky. : wlo.-| i. .
) quiet organization I JOSV.
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is an actual testimonial. : I In (Ir.-nli '.... Inl \i .
competent and thorough in its en- ( rt, ilrnilfvnl County i \\ Y"I'k|
INNER-TONE is mixture' I'lorlili: In I Is:. I! You, are herohx- I would! I
the new sleety. .1 1 that I ) ( like free
t a home
tirely enable this establishment to of from : I 1..1. Ii \ircinii, ; M....ro. Pluntiff x.". suit. fir Dn..1 ,. .i 01 i .<1"in 1\. .,; I I demonstration of jour fullv
juices Nature's
render fine and moderately priced Herbs com I I. M. .' I'i: n,. Mnore.". ftMid/iMt ,,' doI.J |".. ? guaranteed Brand Sew Companion Machine
.a M;J,1 l at t c21.fl.:! : () I
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with blood building IRON and Case No Si1Noliie *,* lennst \ ''II 111 tll., ., ,' nam"tt, at
service. WAIT T.. xppear ,I'C"'irf :ind "au''I, ) | or., no obligation to me. I
limp stlengthening VITAMINS .
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1..i twnni" Rriu-st Moore i I. s '1'\' It i .pv of 1'11111'I I

B-l 15-2 and B-6 It has relieved:! ul, I ". .' ..,'il.ii.o- I is Uui .i! n..tr..t.1 j i answer or pleading to the nmfllatflt Name I
\ 11 J"t i.li | "f th. Pliintiff- I
many people who had never beer': I 1.1'1.: I' .i tt.rn. \d dress
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DeWITT C. JONESPhone If 5on lIONS n O'ib. hiiror nr I'itf "i ir- herein itlfled that i really helped before by any medicine -i -n!I't' f..r. I ixor.,* .| al t I"J".I) i ", rid I ff1) 'IJ. ..tic" _
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7 Starke, Fla. Taken shortly before meals I "* .i ,n) nil. n natiii his. li-n fl/o..t/ : r.,", ',. i "'f">.. r..c..r I'1.. p. l-..J|, ..r .1 i - _ State I
it mixes with food and ,''n.tsit' t xoir in Eh. aliuxe nani.-d I I ", I >' i .1" "t I IU'.U. .ViMress _
your aids itul oJ".o! v 1' I. 2 I'lcaM-send<< ,
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digestion "thus eliminating gaf I, Call Florida Henderers 'I1Ir,1, tierve eiusind a < i'i pof'v." xoin arrr' :in".- i ,,,,,, .. ,., ,.' .,. .. .. 'd." - - ( ,{j I
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Sold b HOrn: '-"'I\ Ill'. '. Florid and file the n icm i 14
t I Our local funeral home enables as to offer conveniences and : % drug store i Adv ) il in t hi- ...ffir- of the Clerk of tlio 00(

Ph. (,aines\ille 3330 CollectAHENTION 1 'I.i 'nit. c..urt. 'in or before the "1-t i 4 i Model
services not otherwise available. : I' To RelieveMixry "1 ", .* M ir,'h_ I 11':;* ..tho-rt'". f h.. ( 14-P

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We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and I tIJ -L mr "n'''' "! x
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accept AN ? life insurance policy In force issued by ANY I, L: l I.' 00(I

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.tID.\y... \finni( 21.. 1952 Pt.FIt
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Dr. of his plans yet. He couldiu' '
Noffsinger the weekend with relanvt- t''.<': I lm 'T8t_

To Conduct Revival and in Mooresville, N C ,i" 1 i t

Al Keystone Baptist back Monday for classv- '
Blue mold has 1 nn I' : '

a. "tobacco beds arouhe: >,t- Ev '
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Methodist ChurchThe :MiIda Merri hoi "
Baptist Church :j ,
I I .ppled foot. T' i ook 1I ii'sr i- :< "

"Loyalty to Word" will be the Flint Methodist Church of I! down her o1 : sitch. :, r.d sermon; topic by Rev. Lewis D. Starke cordially invites you to at .-issf the material ; rem",i1 : .', !
Haines at the First Baptist of tend services of worship on Sun ]id tobacco barn.
Starke this Sunda morning at : day, March 23. Church School be- The tractors are groaning ..n<'

11 o'clock. This is the third message (:( gins at 9:45 every Sunday morn I Mii-ning night and day in our sec i Reserved
in a series on Loyalty :Month ing. At the morning worship tion. Sounds like work and. 1'I;I Corner Call & Cherry Sts. Starke Fla.
being observed during March. The : service at 11 o'clock, Rev. Thomas ward for !some folk?. !I| ,

chOir. directed by Mrs Mona Ca- ( G. Mitchell will preach on the subject i -- Lots of corn peas ar./l! h ",, '' These Prices Good Fri. and Sat., March 21 and 22 ..
nova, will sing and also the Junior "The Disturbing Gospel of h if ins are up. Just before' u I1low .A _
Choir will bring a special number.!:: Jesus". The new Wurlitizer Organ' :.- it. we'll be pick ng :u I: ''I I < r ;' & AA i- jJl- J5.I.
:Miss Julia Lawson will be at the will be dedicated at the monunji i j all those good fo> d-.
( service. In the afternoon at I II f I >e and Felton M, l mh! -
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evening during the o'clock, Claude L. Murphreij i.,- heir Georgia jolt w Cd7lid '
Sunday '"
Hour at 7:30 the message j I I organist at the University of Florida Lint.. 1y! tip thetTh''\' i(: '
Happy I
by the Pastor will be "The Meanest't will give an organ recital assisted I t ,,ti,' i "llkt. !it bet'' r b. l m"i'hCashnh'r C

Youth choir 1 by Larry O'Steen, tenor
Man in Towi. The Lux
directed byIi.s:: Alise Lawson, will|I soloist with the University 01I I rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHAMPTON
. lead the singing of the congregational I Florida Men's Glee Club. Mi AL ,'
o Steen is the son of the l;ev. T
song hour with the piano- i j tJ tJrho
organ-duo bringing the : C. O'Steen, pastor of the FirstMethodist Dr a Noffsingf. o* I Bouquet
intrumen'l Church in Madison. 'n* {(011. <" ;,11' ,' "hiu 11rv. M. C. Fwei'neyAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
tal music. .
9:15 Sunday evening Mr. Mitchel1 'Ili! '! i"(uti .
Sunday School meets at :
I "Herod"the teal! : .". |I' i ; I K: 5
with Ore; Wiggins Associate will preach a sermon on l' i I" | oun BARS
Superintendent, in charge of the fourth in a series of sermonon tl-: < 'll'I: I ipn t ,,.I i I 'ytH1'! Hut; ; -' Fred Eiland. of i th. :fit, ,II

corps of more than 80 officers and, the "Personalities of the Pas beginning Monday March1.: t. at Iarllll', arrived home! .1I I ,
teachers Training Unions gatherat sion." Special music will be 7:20: p.m. The services will jon- I after being on MM: Butt '

6:15: under the direction of J. furnished by the Youth Choir. tinue through April .J. months and 21 days II) !, .
T Lawson for training in church Dr. Noffsinger has been one: of ports in both Japan and l i\, I -

membership. During the Mid Church of God I the speakers on the program at Leslie\ Jackson six yea o ': i. ,
week Service Wednesday evening Ridgecrest for the last three ye"lr.;. Grader at Hampton si'ho ,1 1 Dixie Lily t,1 I till I Silver Floss SAUERGRITS

will be ordination :service, 8th & St. Clair Sts. He has conducted revivals lit every proving nicely at- Alacliu HI,',
there an
for deacons of the church. Other Sunday School 1C a.m. state in-the Southern Baptist Cinventiou tal, after being rushed th ''I I Lb. Bag KRAUT No. 2 Can
Pallors and deacons of the County Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m with the exception of Friday with spinal in. : i c.: 5 42C 10CI

and New River Association are Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m Louisiana. He recently conducteda Latest reports were that I.., ;. ,,-
invited and will be recognized. 'Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m city-wide youth revival in Loui- out of immediate danger i : '- 1 I

A friendly welcome awaits res- Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m villc. Ky. and a speaking engagement ing much better. ; DELMONTE

idents and traveler alike who worship at Baylor University in Tex Charlie Throckmait.n. \

at the First Baptist Church of St. Edward's Catholic as. He was a Navy chaplain during pected to return to his h" : ,, >I JELlO 3 For 2SCRAISENS l LB. Pak 18C

Stark I Rev. Richard Lyons, pastor. Marines World War at Iwo II. landing Jima. wit the this the Gainesville week after hospital being coi.1:'r." ," 1 I t

Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. ,
1 i The pastor, Rert'd Gant: urary 8. He sustained a I .
Christian ChurchThe Mass at 8: a. m. (
i Confessions Weekly Saturday 7:30 to i will lead the singing during JEI and crushed leg in a' 111.I > 1, 7. :' A

the heartof services accident at that time ..1 !
friendly church in 8:30 P.M.Children's. I I
town extends a welcome to all Catechism Classes.I I \\.M .Meeting 'II be on crutches for sewt.tl: ,
at all services. Bible I The Horton Ci..cI)15 met at He is still in the wheel\ :. Swifts
to worship Wednesday, 4:00: P.M.KEVIVALTO String
10 with the home of Mrs C. T. Parker on at present.
school begins at a.m. C C
classes for all ages. Morning r.KGIN: : Monday March 10 with the chairman ,' Pfc. James A. Daviso- \
service at 11:30. Mrs. E. Altman presiding. and Mrs. Oscar Davis. I, i' .-
worship AT IIAMtTOV:
Evening services begin with Chris f'iI1t1STLtCIII'R'iI j I After the devotional by Mrs. R day morning for Se.uil'!!' \\-i.-i': BEANS JEWEL

tian Endeavor at 6:30.: Evangelistic : O. Mann, an interesting talk on after spending several d.inoun:,
services at 7:30: p.m. This'is Revival Service* at th' First Cuban mission work was given with his parents. Ili- ", ,' u'

a vital service. Every church Christian Church of IIJ mi-ton will! by Mrs. F. D. Gant. Closing prayer Pfc. William M. Davis, t I"f' tti
member should be present. I J, begin March 23 and continue: tc was by Mrs. E. T. Davi.- I with the 519th M. PH ." u

Prayer meeting each Wednesday i I April 5.Ser'ices. !' Leola Brothers Circle met at Korea. Per Can 3 Lb.
evening at 7:30.: Study this week ', every evening at ::SCand >" the home of Mrs. Wm. Wolf or. Mr. and Mrs. David 1 HI' on

will be the third Chapter of II l there will be a special program I Tuesday March 11. Opening prayer family moved recently ''o I I K >invtlle
Corinthians. Remember Paul whet, for the youth: each evening;, was by :Mrs.: Gant, and the de- where Mr. Brown I- -in Cart.
said "Pray without ceasing" A ( at 6:30.: notional wa given by Mrs. Mat ployed.
church that prays together stay! James Strickland: will be th,,1' tie Lawson. Mrs.[ A. E. Anthony \\'. C. Burton has In. u<.; Reg. Size
together. f I i talked on Home Missions. Closing the Frank Abernathy I t.i:" u
Evangelist, J. D. Children is thE
Homer Swindall. '! i prayer was by the WMS:: president. Graham, and was .HI, ,' *ni
minister. Everyone: u invited t(j'Mrs.:' E. T. Davis. guests attending the bnh.: ,\ ,-tt

At The Tabernacle hear this minister of toe Gospe i.! I' Cottage Prayer Meeting was bration of Mrs. Abern.it! 1 hmi ;s-m --.. ... :.-_: .'" ,, '- --.': ..,- -'. ._:jt:;: -i\!::-- ;.
I IHt' as he delivers it in its simplicityand held at the E. Altman home or day.
\'. and Mrs Kemutii h:. Live- power. I, March 11. and at the R O. Mamf Mr and Mrs. Hubert (Gin! I I : nu4 Chicken of the Sea TALL

lady and son, John Edgar, of I Kali-: home on March 13 : two youngest! children. Igor,' am1

r mazoo, :Mich left Monday after- THF.UKSSA! Ellis, of Raiford were dinner Each
noon for New BUI nswkk. Canada (IIU1STIAX CHURCH TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTThe guests on Friday of theion I m il TUNA CHUNK STYLE 31C 1 SALMON 5 L 38C

to begin a series cf meetings there Life And Times law and daughter. Mr ami'! ;Mrs I
Thursday night. foe ministry of Thursday night is Church night Carl Brown. ;I

music as well as message is the I, with a heart warming messagefor Of New River Folks Miss Florence Gnann tea( Then- Scotts Each

both gift were of the enjoyrl Lovelady throughout group and the ,I People all will who meet attend.at 7 The p.m.Young Tell! I5y Jessie Lee lacenbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA sa.relatives spent here.IVIloviip Thursday. night visiting I WAX PAPER 125FtRoll19C TISSUE I S S E OcFla.

week at the Tabernacle. I | Supper
your friends and neighbors and The Churl h ',\il'l' _
Christian I urn -
Plans are being mad for the I ., Dentil. and Rubye Thomas of ,_ '.' _. __ __ : -. ..._ -n-:__ =_ .. ,_ '_ '. _--:: -'_" ___ __ =-., -"_ =:: ,,-
Easter and 19th Anniversary have them present on this night : Floral sor a Fellowship !Supp r -n n
City Wet visiting Truby
service combined at the Tabernacle -I Nothing succeeds like success. Hodges Sunday.Belated church grounds or Sal ltd"' ,
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to mug.. March 22: at.. o K
be held An
soon. interesting
i You will make the service a sueI Wilbur and Joan ,
is I Following the suppe i t" I''
program prepared.Church
I cess by your presence. are receiving congratula- '' C
I be a special Pray 11,1 I t i' Fresh
tions their
on second daughter,
Homer Swindall, Minister1'KXTECOSTAL service at the churcii: t n'i '
of Christ I Charlotte Ann The young lady
ing Revival which I:" EGGS
1 is about three weeks old and
I 1ULINF.>Sail'KCll ,' .
Turner 10th and .Mc.Mahun Strickland, of Lak I: DOl
I that long thick black hair is still
1 begin on Sunday..
Bible School 10 A. M. I Sunday School 10 a.m. i growing. I
Preaching 11 A. M. and 7:30 Murla Crews N still on the sick <
Morning Service 11 a.m. .. .. _
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P M list. I _-:' ; -- '- .. ; - .. ... "'.; .- _''.; (::!I ,,,,, 1Li\1&:.. ;;:: .f..uL.x .' : ': "
I Evening: Service 7:30: p.m. "' ,, ... '.- .- -- 't'- 00 v.- _. .;t :?4; <::: ._ ._':J-2'_ ..
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study i Prayer Meetings Wednesday: Leslie Sapp leaves us Friday for HEILBRONN
each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. j j night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigh an F. B I. job in Washington I' FRESH FLA. I WHITE EMBOSSED
Everyone welcome.Presby'terian C. He will attend a six weeks: B\, Marian Norman
| ":43: p.m. H. Gorsira, PastorOF school and he feels reasonably sure Lb. Pkg.
Church of being in the fingerprint department Quite :a t.\ ...I 1 ,'. PARE E RIBS S 49Cl1HPI1111t1 S flC

Sunday School at 9:43.: : (1I1'HCII JESUS CHRIST after then. Wt1mis3\ him went In Bayless Hijli.\: .. r,;t .
Friendship Class 10 a.m. OF I-VTTFJi DAY SAINTS I lots but we wish him all uccess Sunday to their pt nut!:_ .. .

11 a.m. l\lornlng' service conducted Masonic Temple, Call Street. I was kinda peeved with Les for' The Heilbronn P T .\ ""J COUNTRY SMOKED I MAINE OIL

by Rev. L. A. Shepherd of' School Sunday,,I quitting college but !seems as il; its monthly mi-etm., I:
Sunday every Lb.
State Farm. he is on a successful road anyway night at the school A'1 For
morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services -" E 49C SARDINES 3
Obey Moody Marklee an!! SAUSAGE 29C
Youth Fellowship Sunday evening 6:30: p. m A cordial invitation,I and friends are inviu.iMr I
at 7 p.m. extended to all. Beulah :Mae: :Moody visited Ear.:i and Mrs. l\larkl.-:: ,m

I's Moody and wife in Palatka Sun' of and Mi \1 . .. _
Hampton '
I Leroy Norman Jr 01 St; : <:: ._ : -,_ ... .:.; ;. : .. = :.< : --.J.--- :.. : :__ ,=-..: .. .. :;...:;_ _- =-_- ____ :: .;::. =:' _: -- -V '"""_

day.Joe Lazenby entered his 5th visiting their pair m I t' 'Hwf I

pha e of school :Monday: he had ;Mrs. Leroy Norman Sin, I STEW BEBl'TIDE: Large Pkg.25C .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke eight to do. Says he will be ai; Horace Rosier 01>i I ; '!rt SNUFF4 ;
"i't ;uified Bombardier when hi! \was visiting his patentM me
f-'-1 J-J-J yJ- -y."j .j j schooling is over, if he doesn't get Mrs. J. :M.: Rosier Si' ", tit. i
Rev. Lewis I). Haines Pastor another school. He .
seems eager tc -was helping his f.ttn' '>
Jefferson' & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town go< back and much to my surprise ,,operate his new tra IMr. | "'
enjoys his 'school work. j and Mrs. Carina, I
: 231! Pastorium 130
1 I I I I ,_ Gut''S't'ryone is relieved one and daughter of Ha" : 35c
Morning Services Loyalty to Word" \\aor the other He is either i, guests of the Leroy N 'i *
refund check from the 25cBLACK
getting I Mr and Mrs B J and
Evening Services "The Meanest Man: in Town" Government for his income tax or I children of Jat'ksoJlnk1!

-, I I I __ ___________ he's just getting his breath front ing her parents. Mi, i' V' T
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M., 7:30 P.\1.: getting the darn thing off the last I Norman recently
minute Why. oh why do we wait j Mrs Cecil Roe has ]1"-'
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.: -Training Unions 6:151.: .
M11). till the last minute? I home after :a !"iil-T! 'Ia &'
See the has fallen -omc1
river husband: :'it Fop! Ki \ !K
and now when we go by we can '[
VISIT TilE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTORVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy and I .\ddinlllU'nmt': and Portable
s*" fishing poU-s up BURNSSYRUP
down the bank Wonder if the I T) pew rlters hold on time IJnul- Lb. Jar

yyyyy'/ enticing fish are enough biting" to The make weather a person i? I ford County Telegraph.\ ; 5 Lb. Jar 49C LARD 3 49C

; Hear want to go.Charley MATTHEWSWill -----
Welch has okra, sweet -----

corn, butter beans, Ala. crowder ( p HI UP Dixie Lily Long GrainFLOUR

Albert L. Feigert I I peas haven't: and been watermelons plowed yet up but They wil1 HONEST, 25 Lb. Bag RICE 4 '-pk3-

S2J7II 44C
5 Outstanding Christian Layman be soon. |I 1
Joe Leslie Forsythe who ir' AND t'
and Bible Teacherlira. I '. -, .. _._ .
.> farming for his brother-in-law INITNItlISERYItf __c. ra. _____ -_. jii-t00 __-_ !__-_- _. ;
Feigert will preach at I Seelvr Moody says he has thretacre.

fit' all services Sunday in the of sweet corn up but hi- CASH Given Away March 27th 4 O'clock P. M.
field corn isn't: up yet
absence of the Pastor
:'--:\ 11 A.M. .. :30 P.M. Joyce Cole of Lake Butler attended 1 $ COME TO OUR STORE AND ASK FOR
." church at Long Bridge Sunday FREE

'' ,:. First Baptist Church night. She was the guest of e q lss DETAILS EVERYONE INVITED
p \'W' "' her cousins. Betty and Jackie
't\., ,. .""' \,JI' : HAMPTON Jc 1Ds. i Stk CONCRESSIONU DIS"ICI PRIZES It's My Birthday You Know
,' ., > Bob Cray, Pastor 5.1WIlbur Turner driving VOTE
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around in Lake Butler Don t
Bible School 10 A.M.
know how he'll be home before FP"l (
H.T.U. 6:301.3.! returning to Camp CoCalif. -x If you can't be present, if you will send a written request

a''P NURSERY OPEN i i Notice
Joe Lazenby was planning to. !gas ,. I I by someone else you will get your PRIZE.

"The Friendly Church"AA4iAfAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. far as Kannapolis N C wits

Leslie Sapp as he went to Wa.,' '. -
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BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST CHURCH I 1 i' ,1.1.i instruction DiS-// 'alr\ r>i-t' Th' ti-' 1 I" 'I. "
: ', ',,1' ill ,Count!'. KI-' -.-In" t tlie v.it. ii, il 1I'i"! ? ..ft'.'
New Baseball Season r'f the 1111<-'<111"' v .'-i in -,u.1 il-i .
BHS Begins vV ,10.,1. the lat.'I .: II I Iv ;.' i- .el,-.t..l i I"' "- -. I' .
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SaturdayThe j" \ .: I I I lie ]Jl."t .. .. ___
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With Game At Prison \ \.- Il ,I g' vI! .. )h.\,. S..1I: : '\' -" -I! -

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BUS Tornadoes will inau play will b*. handled by Benton : ,.... till .1':' v ,; !I. KOIl rot IH%>'ITltIlT TV ('otit11..1t1\FIt FIt : 'DRIVE ';

gurate the diamond season Saturday I Futch or VanAlstine. Other fly :? .. .. tied ( 1. III'r..I\'CiilllltV. annntin.e. 11\. .,"o1.j 1 I 1 r LEE' THE A T R E '
meet Herb Thomas I Randall t ; i ierelyII n Ci mMl--l"!' :H I 1'1 -"tl. '! 'I-- I IN
when they
haters are Arley MiRae. tT \ CUuSI'N.: 111'1 Five Crook i and\ :\ .v I IIv.i > I IaL1.I
State Prison nine there at 1:30: Tom McClane, Wallac," k .J %, 1 t t.) th.tt III of til. V : .riti 1KEYSTONEH
I j Martin i M : i on < ot\i\ ('O'I''IO'IRul >- l II.mrratlr: 17".trt' I :\1.1\ h I:
Rivers: and Earl Alvarez. -. .. IluT T111trr If .-jr.| led I \\ ill il I.'v. '.' il". I I. --.i> \ II I EIGHT S 3
p.m.Bradford High last year leaf e mv "-""11'.1.i>-" 'inie! and effort III.n. .. th I
I 8 o'clock the HI"uni t 1..l'i.' .
night at ,
Tuesday ,, ,
Region inn;--mner front Til1- ot mv ili-trn' ': ..1110"lInl.\ > t.> tl, I rr ------- ----------------- -----" - .
runnerup to Ketterlinus in I Tornadoes open their home game ; .' i 1 "Ith: tarke). .1j..r'! 'j'I b" -t ;ot nix a1,11't )l1.I leriIu ;n-, I
Two Class A Tournament. Their High of Jacksonville ,' ..r 1 the voters !i"i thl'i l.i.ii-, ".'l1 i? ..nt i-" partiil I'.1. : I'UIDAY. SATl RDU MARCH _:'I t. :22: i
I against Fletcher r' If I ,Idl'r.tti"n' .it as;I tii't-" Y..ur v.. r
11 c> 4
: ,11..11".f \1.1\.i If
seasonal record was I ,.
lettct and
overall t
Fletcher has 11 ., al'\"n\ Will b ib.plv'
Beach. I .. \ 'i rd..i'r! the t.'r t"11 api -

wins. 9 lasses. men ,returning, spearheaded btm m' ...1 r.. K+. :? ':. U ll .1 Illl .1.|i. r.'... tf ;:'>"i 10"i m.I 1.,1..1.'. '.. in i!, ,..1!,I' 11'|1']'. i j! ir .i .,' '..i., Is..I, LONE STAR :

Returning to play this staorare Crane twins pitching and mnh 'J ; 1 I ,. I I'.y.1.'- '". -'...' .. .I till'I :ill'MlpH"I olilltv!'r ., : i' '...i .t'i i I I: II. 'II.--.J.! ; }, I"\i ,"a; oil

10 lettermen: Delano Thomas ing. l fi t I I It t '! Eon (--rRI.F: I Im".ftU"r Clark Gable; \\ a Gardner.; Urod Crawford
fil -J. M .\i' KICK :ntl.lll':I'a. JK I I1. II .
sacker and a new ...! I tKOIJ owI :
veteran first Schedule for the season t i- .1- I # : I 'I' lk: III t..'. I I':. :. .t I !

pitcher will lead the field in ex follow: ; l : l- : 'I'll MMsSOMHIIIMltU IIf:': 1'.1' N I. ,,1 f |IP..dt'II! I i !1'--1 ;i SUNDAY. MONDAY, TIESY MAIU 2.1.: Jl. J ', 4
his fifth year \ .j If 1 1I 1I 1r
perience beginning !ftw. I 1, .'.tilltit" l'y antlitl.i!; \ I M .. F
I" U. i i v i I 1 f 1 I .1
TI'! > II
Thomas, State I'li-cin' Farm Cur 11I1"'iI..i- fioin \1'-- 4
school squad. Mar :::-- i' '
on the high <:'.> :. ", V, .. -Ml-'i) ) "I E
VanAlstine, Winkler. Teston anc! Mar 2.:>-Flft. hi-r in in t..rh'. .. 1'1 .t. IS''IIII SttIk..utgr.t I,1.. I., "II[!. '"\ I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS 1i
Mar."swillist": r" '* .iJ MI !1'1"i i'ii : .1a.1 1> 1'1"1111.11;i in Mav
Coley will handle the pitching Api", 1--Mac -l-niiy t." :!I.". : -.I. .....,'r. _':'...:'J;. ."., c,, ......., I i I. ..I.I I will? -> ive mv' ditritt I f'uR <'O4I'.1fLF.IiiSTRIt'r : .
M.iApr _
as flycatchers t t"r.1 4-liiikf Rutlt-r! in. Tli... : il\ .1'v I"> III.b.'t, df my abilnvi O\K Doris* Day and Danny Thomas
sometimes alternating ')-Stat.Prison Farm ,\\ i\- K.-pnif, : t-' \ot' rhr't Iii I I'' .
Sidney Jackson will .\1'1'I'> K. Y..nK.- in St.nK- l'iclltr"l! alio\e i> the 1"'-:111 t iful nl'Ba) le..% Highwal Halti..t} I', ,.i.-i- (]J"--! Ymirofe! aiirt. acfv.--I t ., i \oI.J.r I unnotim Iiviri.nn' 11,01'. i 1.1 I \ .
the catching dutil's.aided | JI-K..I\.rllnll"..- -_ at St.in Ai.r'StarkP in.-. ("hlln h. .hn\\ log a !portion ot the large croud that attended opening 1"11'1'': 41.11 be Br.allv ippi-iia', .1! I "I I' ..it>' i ompri-1'!ic x ..r M 1'" pit j j 1i '
probably draw //\1'r. la-- by Harrington and Williams. I I1.Wiih-ti.n in J.ix\\'jlll-I'.11 1ara.h !seniors there last Minda\ \istting ministers and the, pastor 1U>\'. II. A IIIuddylI/ -II"I'! ., and ""|111"1'| ,,' 1 I", i.. .

Paul Rivers and Billy Buck will! ..\t.I'Ap| -,r"->'-Kletfher Mai-c'luiny in ill mSt.uK.Sl.tiU.Apr ... .1. I I'?: I-lild. preached during the day. and a basket! dinner \\as 'njnt-d 1 II eon 4 01 V-\-('4)\IMIslOMilTintii : I' 1111.To'I.; i I. < 'tl'rrl J: i ,:101\\ E THE SUN COMES UP
l-ike '
JI''IICU'T' : :
Buckor > ;
hold down first base. Lyle Ap ill StalkrMaly at I 1:30: }p.m.MUSIC. 'I Port \.Ttnl.F: 4
:?'IP. K. YittiRi- I had I iiliniii'd: not to ask for 11"1) I 4
will perform at _Kfttt-rlinuv! in Stat: k. 1 ofti., ". but -o of mfrieinN \ DI-TIIH,' U'I'I I
Kopelousos fdla'ki iiri TI .many'. ... T I.1 ..!I\ i Jeanette Claude .. 4
at ,, .I MacDonald. larman. Jr. and La
Rowe or C.W. MayPalatka ------------------ studied the lives and\ music of the h u. ,p1 \ ,1..1 'n r'' I.> I"d'] I I. or 4
second base Jimmy flay 'I-fr..en Pave at Cir..n 1'"utl i I /I'II' > \' l 'j! 1 1 i -.11,11'1,, i <
Short-top t--I'ItatkA at Staik-, great German musicians with the
base refuel
Flade at third Ir
NOTES! study of the history of Germany .1 I Iso I .UI., 'II.-, I. 1 1,.j I .j t'.,.1 I.... I. r
finally reach their destination '-1-------.1 I .' : t d. I y

Saga Of The West havinghovn all the valor anc1 : goes our spirit may all of yvyyyyy1Y1yyyyy,111yyv1yyv,1vyyIYYVYYYYYVYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
I 11y y1 1
Told In New Film stamina of men. they 1>('('0.,1'woml'n I your "catches' be big ones \
again to ru-h eagerly 1v OF j

At Florida Sunday )I the ranchers arm\ of the waiting Cdl.foriu> w\/ ( ( BRADFORD I NoticeI i SPECIAL NOTICE i 1

and routing storof v COUNTYBy : 4
A tumultuous wish to take this Opplll tllli)1)

the leave perilous Illinois trek and of cross 200 womerwho a 2000 Rev. Hall To Leave Kuth (hustain Parker of thanking the people of Btadto-. '! st This Offer Good 4 4

mile stretch of pioneer countryto On European Tourj County for the confidence and np; 4

homes and hu-banJs! in a shown as S'hoo! ,'
find ------ ----------------- port me your <
fertile California valley is toM in I W E Hall pastor of the I
j Board Member from 1 UeidinceDistrict
i Someone has said that musie ii i
"Westward the Women", showingat Level Baptist Church willleave FRIDAY
Pine I not something taught but is a No. 2. I ONLY I
the Florida Theatie Sundayand Jacksonville by plane Sun- I \ I Ii
Monday. with a party of some I spirit caught We have been I will continue to faith flJl1 di-l t /
day night catching a lot of that spirit i !
Mission charge the duties and
Robert Taylor and to tour the responsi '
Co-starring I 140 I Some of our young Biadford Coun I 1
Denise Darcel, the film is realisticin : Fields throughout Europe They 1 bilitie of this office, in accordance
tyites were exhibiting stars in

its vivid depiction of the armyof will l'aby plane from New York I their eyes recently over at the with my best judgement ant1 I i THE FIRST 1 00 CUSTOMERS 1i

the comforts of April 27 I
girls who leave Monday, returning University when they attended abiht) '! Hers Wrong 1
start their uncertain of his departure.
to the
home On eve
the Pittsburgh Symphony concertMr. .1 E Brown I
to a new life under the I Rev Hall issued the following I but YOU > ii
Scruggs, BHS with the Miss I II >

guidance of a tough and expe statement of appreciation: 1 us shared their "spirit' with a I I: PURCHASING $10.00 OR MORE CAN

rienced guide played by Robert "To Pine Level Church and I bus load of BUS music lover Political I
SOIIECU111't'Is":\ carelessness
Taylor. friends:; when they chaperoned them to the Announcements *
can put a terrific dent in"our
Trouble besets the group at the thank from thr concert. Ben North sat beneath I *
"I want to you
All matter' in this column i is (political wallet. > Get ALB
very start when one of the men bottom of mv heart fOr the fine| the conductor and never moved >
Yes if
advertising paid for l hy the even 1 you're not
breaks the rule against non that have giverto his eyes from that focal point of I t
cooperation you I candidate undersigned.i mean disastrous: bills for von :
fraternizing and is shot by Taylor. the of enchantment His conver-atior I II p
me through years fault an auto accident may 3 38C1

causing some of the party to desert pastorial service.. I am glad that Ii''I'' sounds like "authority"' on conducting II'1 1I (i.r.iiK: or '1"in: <411111< IT I I How to "get around" this: I
th-' I
But the rest go on and all of service I ("Ml UTIIMKIIKMIIelll p.p.
don't recall in my ( dangerous possibility ??
incidents both I \ I' ll'TiWI'll" t r.ote
itself to
trek lends here where you have been asked I I Bradford County is going tc i that I alit a. .in.lidit'' for th" o(fit I quate m.surance: is i your I :-: Adl'-I t !

tragic and humorous. When they to do things that you did not dc | hate the opportunity to catch a ; ..f ,Clerk: of th"Primaries l'ir"1' in" '..'art M: m tlDemoiT.itie -' answer. : Can of

willingly and cheerfully and i lot more "spirit", too. when our I Sine .'111I... I'M"! I haw!I..ij-.. n ."" Call on this. Airencimu. .

W. C. T. U. while I believe that you know I good friend and organist Claude I ployed as.: your School Kin.in: .... i 1- I
lure, with the exception nf !'
do appreciate it. I want to say itover Murphree. presents a concert here months Miiht.uy :er\ne In ttulld1Vlr ; Be Sure
To See Our
: ; March 23rd at the Methodist ; II. H. C. WALL% Big
TilE LIQUORELLER IS TIIK again. I am off.-rinK an fxiell.':n': r. unl Agency!!
XXIIO I.; .. abroad I Church in Starke. Mr. Murphree of and efficient ti
ONLY BUSINESS MAX "Now a to my trip iiipiililf perfol m.u.' > !
cTs.1 1! has given over 500 recitals hail of duty in this position. > PRICE CUTTING AD
ASHAMED OF HIS BEST want to thank one and of you As youi Clerk the same degrr..e ofeffirirn.y i >
from Alabama is a composer in I'HONK i JIG >
I for jour fine support that and ability will be pur-
TOMEIUFIXRIDA i hi- own right and has about all *u* Elsewhere In This 1
able to take this tripI *
made me .,* PaperStarlings ,
I many varied and complex affair
( GOOD XEXVS.) j the honors that can be bestowed >
will tc 1 office. 1
am Mire that you rejoice I the '!
a j upon a musician. If you would 'i :r I mil he I'lnl'r..ly grateful f.. Constant Sere ice (Over

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f I powers of the organ doiit forge' 'I| rilAUhES HAHl'V Fiflears- J Grocery & Market 1

Do have liability insurance? :, the date I I rou <'i"IKK: <'IIH'i IT <'oi ItT
j This i is to announce tn tn.p. p'l .
I I Marjorie Stump Thomson .ia.-: .-' I of Bradford ('..unty. M I> nnl J 'I 1 j. '. i,t .. ......41..1..1..1aU1 W 1A111. 11.1111..U1.L A.LLIU A.LL
t for the "flit'. (if the ,CV'k! ?!f ''iCiriUU .
THE LA1PLAINLY SAYS : i been doing well by her home tONI' -'.. .
rout 1 tlHlelt, I :, i ieducation .. ._ .. .. .. : : .j-' ;; ... .
'we hear she exhibited some that I hate hId I u.n
In of accident if have no insurance, t .
case you I I'lildu Si'hoitlof I'rtdft 1 v.
for quit driving | fine piano qualitieo when she accompanied and the ('III\.r-oIl\! "t 10'1"1".1.1
put up cash bond damages or .
of '
violinist in pie to t laki are the aft H"- -
In { I recently offii. ... -hall ilo 11Ih..'"f t '
See Us For Big i Saving I a recital in Monticello. We areproud one ..f )on I..f..r.' tat tI... i


t i\ J. 0. (Jerry) Gay Insurance Agency ', i''on Bradford"Tootin County Turk" has. Over nothing at To th.I'Oll Voters('ut"'T1-and.Jl IK.I" : CLOSING OUT SALE

friends in P.1 adf..rrl i r. Ill' I II F "
Hampton \\e hear the merry to..t-
I hereby nnnotinie MII i.
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116 \. Court SI. Starke Phone iRa: in of flute in Mrs Sullivan's and candidate. for re-elec'i t ." "
ins l]. .m"'alPrrm\ '
;..--..-,------------------------------------- :Miss Swambom's classes In Starke'! in Slav ..f r 12.: and \I''h.\, i I I

Elementary School :Mrs Searing'j j :and Mipport. is herehi- i
iiie>ted. that if re-el-) '!
:> I and :Mrs Andrews' girls and boyi 't .

@U1; il r fp): w rn.1rt.w. @ are giving out with many new '|(uill'"..nly l h..rllnf..rth.and the peopl.?m. ,.'' f,

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youngstei seem to be bull! hug; Yours 1rnhK
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KOU S.LF--Six. ro..ni, ti..u-. H'?!." --I \-1: HI-\-:: It. .1 4 tInua. ", quite a "repertoire1 a spirit' ,
.. r.-etird ft ", \\II' .' I' 1.- 1'd 1-}:: t'' I --
'J in back I"rdl.
., caught FlIt rnrrJl:
porch, iniiili-i ".11' > in., 'n? Slar; k. 1 41 i"I"I I "!; 1.1.
l.iiKr garden and chi ki'n iUU..tp-'i. ::It'Ft'I :: : Over at Lawtey. Mrs. Hamilton T.Count The : CltUelM "! I I. i ;

piox IM 13: I in arr.I\V..rthuiKt I 1..alt.I..n SpruiK Slat. : HI'ST1.It'rll nffl.u11e.. i I: and her girls and boys are satis I! I am of a l"radford candidate: c. f...r.IinlKe Out Of Business
(i'ontai l.rilailMin.. Wot"tluiits- \\"lIIklt.r L'Idg 221! 9'-n.1.] on.ladiau ,
lied with Going
tin Sprhitts.: atp :! :2'I! 1 "rail. Starke. Fla. rt. /j nothing less than making Mav P.-mocratic Pin u\. I .
their own original songs AtHeilbronn. farmed worked a< 1 d.r> .j
Fill SXI.K:-lliiniurt Jet T> pe Wal"1, pun 11KNT-Two :S-rnnin furnilohf't1 served our country in \\ .r. \ ,
the Glee Club will II I ,
1'111111' ItiasoiialiltK T. : .ipannii'nt! i unifurlBliI1N'ore I.I, am married and t1' .. .
1'11111I101" 4'... 3tp : ** spare| h":itpr. eiPCtrie'rang' ",. make their first public appearance, two small children .\-<..i \
3/1 rarer parch and lawn HII.$11:; who was horn and ra;- .I! id.i ;
10'(II: uLlroot: Servrl Gas! full St l.tidon Stark-, takfIfft Thursday night when the I'TA I Farm trained in, .
fri(?.-rat'ir $1 list, large I:')I..r Case graded: rind l'i miles tll I j meets there good luck ,' schools and the l"nt\er-' \ 'II Begining Saturday March 15th
112.. %11 gal lint \Vat.rlIlratrr hoii'i'itli icn nt Kate. :MTV d.i. am familiar with firf i I' '
range $4"i. Itc.-....-\>eil and ?I r.irlVnn.. lrf..ki.1pftl". tl f. ) club you're doing a fine Pirit.1 the people. A" .1 I 1\1 t ,
mnthiliR chair J"t.:, J pile.- "e,'- ed job fulltqutlifi'd| ; for MiKlect
tlitnal love .....'1 |IO. gossip: (bench slXfJKU !SKWIXU\ :' Mai-lnin Com me and I u
jr., i rnffee tuhl and 2 matching: pang Iik i'nKl.i Phone l FSI: i Julia Ferguson our music in Mv and gratefullyr .' i "
end tallies $!:>. maple ilmm-ttf will r"l.ar.ur, ua.Inn.tit tit: ternes sharing her spirit with the" fair courteous Impart, I ,.
table and tour chairs fill CanMorrlaiul. top condition eraalabb' W.UM1 .. ctent manner I need v't.i- ., .' ALL MERCHANDISE Will BE OFFERED FOR SALE
he seen Ht 40 ; 1'hoiieitiliif only Kfiiniiif SinKri' part I county in all of the schools I"upp..rl. and will ippr !

71.J : :3 I :21! Our s.." u... "-.Ir- all? pick uv -in.I'I : Julia is catching a little spirit at Sine.'rely
I -T A T.1 \'. NFOK
d.-liv.-i\ '1"I'| iii"iii ft'III",1|
the time. She thinks Bradford
lmiMlern same
r.wim turn 'h ,
FOU IUXT-F.'lIr N>w Slnpt-r! m.iihinis! any a\.nl I .1\
apartineiii. re.ml 1'-1 al'lf utl : .fii-on.ilil.'rlllI \ County is a wonccrful place.r' anttlrri
lecorilteil. 403: X WAlnut SI I I I hereby announce r.'t ,
I'h..t.. 171 -J TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl.MATTRESSES You just can't get in a word for re-election to !' .. '
_.. 111'I. I 'I edgewise these days at BHS. The I Sheriffsubject to tl.' : AT PRICE REDUCTIONS RANGING FROM

FOR S.\(.)::3 beilnmin hull-. mira I Primaries in May
band and glee club .
are so busy
in.xl." iienoes -
"t of Starke All in I '
4 acres land I'I: h..r teinisKeaionaMi I 1! with their plans for the district duties nf the offii:. '
*. J \'. Jdtinsonm r, 1 K EN0VATEI) I my ahilitv diirlp n \ f. ,
IU 1, flux :60. Starke -tp MFOU festival with additional rehear-alF: prnmice. if re-elected! %
.r i i for soloists tries. and student con ci.mltirt the affairs ,f.1 20010 TO 50
1tF\T-Furn1-1i..1nwald\dtlll3: I el t l."C.yy I doctor hope you can attend these in The a fair,'n'p and ind impnr"j""........" I "-. .
bath J:11 .
room anil St Skl: :21F'lill j festivals and catch some of the in the founty will l>. >." ,
only 324 N'. Cherry F
1 "spirit" these The prreiatrd .
I young I
Respectfully *
turnl>hejlvath FURNITUREReupholtercd
1:1.\T-4.rl\I\IU apt band festival is this p r P,1:1:i-i': ,' .
K .\ \\ inkAPAUTMKXT Saturday -

II'r. Center St See tf I and :I March 22. in Jacksonville and the FOU SHKHIFFTn ALL SALES MUST BE CASH -- PLEASE DON'T ASK FOR

FUR KKXTr.:: ...>ms.Mreened 1 RefinlshedII vocal festival is at the University the ,' .terc "f P.rirtf ,. I IT .. '
p.>rh. Fnitulaire. ;altoe > .\ \( MVTTRKSS CO. I lof Florida the following Saturday, nm again fnr offerinscandidate Sheriff; -' !>- ..(frvnintv .' "'
Located -
complete!) tu..h..I. I i :March 29. th' T'n'
at i : ytihject to
MadNun Inquire Box 280 Palatka, Fla.
421V:! t( 1 | Primary: May S I a*-11'-' \ 'ha'T -
"f ( ..mlll..r. e More spirit Larry Van AlLLLL .
finlier I .. u A A A A .. will deeply apprer x'tt t \ 'ft
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FnRln:XT--\\lr.-\ .' ... 'Io-\n; ."i"in "'Oil TIIK: iNJKT-MIXnKI.: Ill-id.. stifle and Judy Green are addt'dtO ind acfvc render ippnrt th. pe..!'.'nn.. 1, ,' .dwtll + I ALL SALES MUST BE FINAL -- NO REFUNDS NO j

motnt. ,.t" .... .1tll.lhlt.. art\\ 100 Kitgi.i.'d: WrduiiiK Im ita our list of future artist they/ hnn."t adml"i tra'i'n .' 'vinipor1 ,

small r..tt1'1,1): Mi lions on tinUK: -rotltent 1'1 ti>n. are tudn'Oll'f' office Sin .....-'r iT
iturky'e. or \(" .>r Mr. \.. .,nlj IK; '.' Kr.ttiu.rd County f. (riayt.-vn: > i'-i-v <
"tan. Irtl \1'lndi"nn StirV. Telegraph tf Mrs Payne's girl and boys with
the of I ....on'T [ I j jt
assistance Mrs Isle U'olfe, \ tc"F..t\n
JuicyOltiv.VKS ,
S\I.K-IVHoiou-S swrft SIM'.Vni. GAS KEFUUKllATOr. herehv 'h I
annouin" t
: ONLY :;nbus r.rlnr .. .. a visiting: teacher from Germany.?! "! i ,'
K.'B'ilarl) ptr'" 'd n': t. i :' Y 11. candidate for the oft'.f -
.nt.un. :N.. *;\1.- enndays. I' 1" i iJonkins f.l to >..II! at $1 -!"'". You .IIl'I' presented a most unusual s >vv.r of r.radford ,'.,i"-v, I IIn
near depot Johnson FIt: heat this ear Slade tja i'i t'duca'I' the will of th> \ ,'<''. >, ''
'I. !H S.:11ATTR.WTlv'i' I tional unit to the parents '
Pi-mocratio Primary of M
fellow/ Merchants Additional will
I RADIOS REPAIRED week. Of course much of the spir.t; I feel that my kn"w\.iic* "' .:. I to our -
newly done over furnt'h .
<>d apartment f,>r rent Gr31YiAp.irtmente 1 lit Makr. Ill M..ilel* I of the life in Germany is colored t qualifies experience jne In for land!'Vi's r r.1"- .I ),

on ri.irk Strrr$10 \! 1It'.ullllbl.1.:0..1.1'. uuamnlrrilins. :; by such music. The children I premise fair and 'e1n.lto "' be Granted Those Purchases of More.
pre month .\ T Thorn: '. 3r j C'. Mirriiritii: : )1I all if elected T"ir -. '.. < to Making $100 or
Aont. tt 1 1Fin t 7<>;i W. (nll 't. Merl. 1'11.:19 : i port will lie Rre"tU) .'"-.> .
know that I.m travel in the
al1..n-1 I -T.T AT r I M \ -
SM >'- ?". 'f.trm .. !' WEDDING AND: RIUTIinAT (CAKRi''' countries of England France
le S.ro.'in hoist'. liar"o. fen ,1. Fin 'II'ER.nil:
al> -}3 up Ordei taken at Palmier
.. .,... II |tV flOttflinmv" > Italy. Greece Egypt Jerusak
tl n'" 'H, e' Gift shop*, Phone 6I -J. tf : I UKf.lsTHTION:
t* .on ,..>...._ 1'.' miV i 1 I I:i Portugal Spain and Switzerland. T.. the Voterof Hrar! .- 1

aunt. ..nf. Stark., ..n '"M (t. tht fir''I'' K, .K SAI.Klal.aii\: ',.\ 'r.\Ml'r ...ud1 i "While! I I I am" :a candidate f.r d, ..
1 ',_: I- W t"d nUP .. .' am away my work wil'be Fuperv-or of neei-'rif
i rnrpl" II i'l i"r H.I. i IH 'iWnn > .
again. .' tInir.i"'.r-' 'lair'ightt err..1 *, I\ :N.' vI''i''it '!,1:;: t.ut| alt ( taken care" of by the fine faithful to I am the per Democratic' onallv faI'Pri"! ir I' ..... M Bradford Hardware Co0

I men and women with Bro. duties of the .off,'* hv. .- i

Fl' .. -- \1.1" -1..a1. n .i del I g.ls rails I FlOtt 'I'.KNT: 1'lIll1r'-hiI.u., cmiles l... Alton Dobbs doing the preaching large part of the work "1 Lthe
'. rrice.l f..r quirk J JMil.
inV .
1 ii Kit nesystem now 'r e' n
north of St.ttk.'n
M.tl l br !-....n at 503 K ?..auraup I 'nrl Si'hi'ar..! IlaghaaySul I'llFUR I 11 am expecting you and I know i i i. considered one of th.. -. .'

that be ern in the State, !-oi" aJ.t i 't DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 9:00 A.M. 7:00
lU-XT-1-\lrnl..h..J two room I will not deceived becauseit i! oualified to keep it in "x. .-" OPEN --- -- P.M.

Pull, IaTI.nfllrnj.I1..J. four rouml .....artmt'nl1111 prixatr bathMparate will be your joy and peace tegi'l' di''"n. I
h,. *. :\t\t SVVatfr SI. Un 1 If elected I will tr\-, 'h. I
water electric
FOR RENT4rnnat. urnlhwlt S.'..tt 1\:> T"1I11.1.l Avr lip the work in my absence .1 and will he available it ai" 'i,..,
"I,,,,. trr.hh ">lnt.>d ineidP Y'n' The ynte and supper. if I""' TI)
nice :.3 T \\'. Call St, thane 133-J. FOU KKNT-Kurnfohrd apartmrnt. "I appreciate knowing that you friend are e-rn"tlv oi!. .t tit Starke, Florida j 1
1tFnn ::1 Church St. Key at Stroutllealtv will be praying for me while I am I -MARIAN. KI ':-o' Y
I t
..... fllrnl-h- Apencv ItTOP.
rsKVT-Two 'r..om away. 1'nlt'fll41nl. BOiRDIllsTHICT

..d hr '""> :\I".rn ,. "v.nlnr..y S\LK-24 inch bojr'n bicycle, "Very Sincerely Your Pastor I TIIRKKI ._ .. I Ii
Su -"- '- __ __
McMahon _
'1S : : h.-rrby
BHS. c.
near I %.".J. announce mv.i : >.
excellent condition' I'hdiie .
Saul W Hali" '. .
.uiliI'll) tie 1t1.1v..t K h'hg I E. r t'.Tl-l t :a .1. ?, V-- -- --- -- :: _-_<_ -- -;
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