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: January 2, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03201
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f ri r \ W.\ H. Rosier Accidentally Shot By Son Tuesday's Inauguration Day

While\ On Deer Hunt In Gulf Hammock In

4 MEbhA''t County Also

ys ; It Horace Rosier 52. was a''i. had re; 'ir.ed! h! :: e J.t-;; I

; 1e1l1aJI\' Mil :,, death by his son too months ago

i i i Robert about J>.30 o'clock Sunday'>I'lI..TlIng Besides his paren'Mr Kier,
*hile on a deer hunt in h survived by his wife Mrlit. 'tr New Officials

I T.e ''juir Hammock< scrub. i, Rosier two sons. W :i.-r.: : >. ttt
I ;ti&: Trammel G May of Gainesville : Robert both ,
; of Gam.- .H!: :nee

_. { witnessed th. accident and stated I II i ij daughters Mrs Violet! GrvetuveuLeesburg k .a t '11 Take Overt

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Members of the Lions and Klks \Irnat.-n of the Elks: and Lioiu luta.1 and several ladyare a..i..tant.+ down a deer and was bend>'ng ,, Ocala, and Mrs Jane Brown Kr .
Clubs 'over the animal throat. : ,\ I..!' t .'! !
pooled their efforts with to slit its : tone Heights; a brother ('a: \\ "
pictured afoitr
just hrforr lea\ing on their annul Christmas lv: .. .
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happy effect on Christmas Eve to The Rosier son sighted the dee's Rosier Ocala: and five sisters i 1 1 qw : I' : Hr.I.:' \
distribution of basket to the newly. They are (front row, left to right .' ....
distribute 110 brim-full baskets of ) antlers through the brush and, Mrs. Dons Norman Mr* lel..I'!','- Td.lhlt! N'"

food and toys to needy famiheKthrough Sen. Charley II Johns, Irvin KoMiins, Hugh U. Ingram Phil Mtsky.;, not seeing his father or knowing j Carmichael and Mr. Ruh\ Gay : .t : :,f .i": \ 1'.II.t.- ;

ut Bradford County. ,j .Matle (Carter Sr.. Ur. S. It. Marro. Second row, 1 to r: John Torode, that the deer had already been i roe all of Starke Mrs Ahne Yuhi "1 : .ii.t: .to but the i; : i

This la an annual project of the !! Kill iraham, Jerome Johns, Santa Clam, I'ete Urinvm; Robert Green ; shot down, opened tire 'i 'Orlando and Mrs LorentCut' t', .::' iV'i!.:":>su>ner.i .1: t I II u .-

two i-iizations and is aided by |j( Mr*. JesIe hasiain, andMrs.. II. G i. Sncilen. | Mr Rosier was the son of Mr. i j ':. >\ !
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other local organizations and Individ I and Mrs J. M. Rosier of near ; Funeral services were held Ttfs\ : th it: ..1.1to |It'nI t (I'.r i

uaU who contribute articles Poser of the Star Store agreed to play a one-day performance Lawtev and had been a section I i it >day l afternoon at :2:! u"< Ux-k 11: tne tt.r.r. f. i the n.-.v \ < i'i /

an well as cash, to help fill the Rev T. G. Mitchell of the Ministerial here, sponsored jointly foreman with the Seaboard Railroad DeWitt C Jone Chuvl t'.rtin1lle. ; -- i :.r 1\ t.u'ts wi'.l: .i.Vi h.-

baiketa. Alliance furnished helpful by the Lions and Elks. Thi;; for 28 years. \ with Rev Melt! P"l\h1 t YIa <. '-,'t: l\.,-,laIn th,- x t' .,

E. M Brinson. Exalted Ruler of information (concerning needy ,should net enough money on a L His son. Robert 23. is an Army officiating I Intel men'a:> r.Evergreen 1 ".,u,,' i it:UTS hen'

the Elk, John A. Torode. president families and directions how tc i i 150-.V) basis to cover the expen! veteran of the Korean war and I C,-meterrauns; \ .at E '"h.t trios! ; \ l1al'by111 bx; M .s-

of the Lions reach them of the annual basket distribution t' .ei :1': Clerk
of the
Club. E
Charley \: i'ir 1 t
Johns general chairman and I'hil I Included Indies assisting in the project 1 Vitsky says, as well a+ having ,Band To Play Holiday Toll __ LOutgoing c-: --- - ,--- .- .rt -imeetiingeterai! ,>" ,-

Vitskjr, treasurer of the Elk Joinin County Commissioner :j some money left over to apply to i j "!".jd'T I 1 A J Thomas who .s t.'

expressing their thanks to Jessie Chastain, Mrs. Marian any deficit which may occur in i iI I j h 744 Lives Officials Eat Cake tir.ng: after 20 ears* In this, k. ,
Howe, C of C secretary, and Mrs. furnishing' school lunches '
Cecil M. Webb for I position
president of I At
nixie McKnight and Mrs. Snellen of the underprivileged children. Inaugural Accidents took the lives 744 Four outgoing count ollicials are alx J I! Theron A. t tAlext .
Lily Milling Co.. Benny. Health of ; seen >\ > sampling the
Setzer, president: of Setzer's, stores, Department staff. I|| Vitsky urges all civic and fraternal Americans during the four-day that uas baked ..specially in their honor for the annual rourthouse !I gin functioning as Count .JiIIl!:,-.

and the local Setzer manager Transportation facilities were ', groups to join in this movement The Bradford High School Band I Christmas weekend Of this total l part last uvk. left to right : (ourt Clerk .\. J. Thonus. :SupertUor; | succeeding E. K. Perryman \o.. ,.

Mr Green S. E. Simmons, and. furnished by Billy N'oegel. A. E to assure Its success and relieve -I' will be in the line of parade when 533 were victims of traffic mishaps of Registration; .t. I- ('ru..b,., Jr., Tax .\syesM>r (iiiy Andrews, and' .!: like Clerk Thomas, has i h"11 ,
McKinney John
J. R Wainwright for their gerferous Torode. J. R. the burden on toe few wfcc Din McCarty is inaugurated I Although bad enough, the total Count) dudege K.: K. I'mman. i I:courthouse fixture for t\\\ ,iii'| .
\Vainwrlght. and H. B. Ingram. I di4 i cades.
not the 551 killed
gift which were added to have stood this Governor equal in auto
expense in the of Florida at ceremoniesIn i i I
the 110 baskets. Phil Vitsky. one of the Charity : accidents during a similar four-day ; The third major change
will be
past. He asks that all individuals, Tallahassee next Tuesday. 4 I
American Legion Post M and Engineers of the Elks, has made men or women who wash to lenda Director Carl Christmas holiday in 1936. The Hearing Held Before NLRB Official i: in the office of County Tax AlISC's.
Roberts announced -|all-time i sor where Gene
for overall
Us mer.ttera are also thanked forth !a recent contact which he think" hand in this project when the i i accidental Long will take

fine collection of toys and "might be the answer toward: time comes indicate their willingness i I yesterday that two 29-pas- { deaths. during four-day i over the duties.carried un for the

sweets which were handed out tc starting a general community fund! by writing "Circus Benefit". |I senger Greyhound busses have Christmas holiday period wao set Concerning Union Vote By WorkersAllen :past four years by Cm An.lreu.
the !.kiddies by Mr. Steinhagen who which can be used in Starke and 1 care Box 486 Starke, giving their been chartered to transport the last year. was not a candidate tor i.-
plaed the part of Santa Claus Bradford County" He says that name and address, suggestions or 59-piece band to the state capitol. J

through the courtesy of J W well-known circus operation has! remarks. The band will leave here early !, Humphreys Employes Sinsheimei Ji attorney i Mrs. Marian L. Crosby pr.---n
t with the National Labor Relations 1 Iv serving as deputy clerk
in Nfr
Tuesday morning and return late i Slated To Get Board, conducted a hearing here Postal I Receipts Thomas' office, will bt'I'IIIIII'Supen"I
,I the same day.Transportation. I
Longer Vacations Monday morning at 10 o'clock for }r of Registration, so.I .

expense for the the purpose of receiving testimony j I recline A L. Crosby Jr who did

trip will run around $266, Roberts E. C. Weichel. Jr., plant in regard to holding an election Short Of Mark not seek reelectionThe .
said superintendent
be raised by '
t among employees of the Big Dad "old" board will meet, HI
ri. subscription. Anyone wishing to of the Humphreys Gold Manufacturing Co., Inc. By this usual on Monday and \\ and l

W .:ontribute to this fund may do sc I Corporation located at Camp vote, if held, the workers would determine Indll'atlOIlwer" at press time affairs of the fiscal year This up

by contacting Mr. Roberts C Blanding. recently announced additional whether that the Staike post office
orS or not they want would meetings are expected to be brier

Partin, BUS principal. vacation benefits to employees the plant unionized.! [I fall just short of the $40.000 goalnecessary Only one new face will b., sern

-s Bradford County will not havea with three or more years' Testifying Monday was Frank to booast it into the on the new Board of Count. r",'.,
float in the parade. E'Dalgo, a union organizer who; .ranks of first class post offices. missioners when it meets Tu-.
service. Formerly! all
1 a- employeeswere stated that the necessary: numberof I With only one day left in the day to organize u A I mu.i.h .
Singing ConventionThe entitled to one week's vacation Big Dad employees, by signing I calendar year. 1952 stamp 'lia1e! Rishop will occupy the Pistn f

after one year's service. The cards had authorized the United through Tuf' lay totaled 37290. Three (South Starkei Mat noN

added Garment Workers of America AFLto There seemed little liklihood filled! bv
Bradford-Union SingingCon'ention plan gIVea all employees that romnusKioner Ira \\'\\\mtn\

l"t .1 I will meet Sunday afternoon with three or more >'ears' service represent them in this matter 1 1j jI j Wednesday's sales would be suf- Otherwise personnel| of the board

1 Jan 4, at the Oak Baptist I I Uo weeks of vacation. I I j i Big Dad was represented at the flcient to make up the J2.710: ( necessary remains the same.Membership .

Church, five miles north of This liberalized plan will be effective hearing by O. R. T. Bowden of the : to put the local office over on the Srh"o| Hoard

i iI Camp Blanding on the Middle in 1953 pending Wage Jacksoville law firm, Hamilton and the first class top. remains "as is" sine the U.r....

burg road. Everyone invited. Stabilization Board approval Bowden. Mr. Bowden asked Mr. The $37,290 figure incumbents whose terms
rt'presentf1 ?
-- ----- """ --. "--,. .- -- -- E'Dalgo if the union would repre- substantial increase were re-elected
over the opMuti|
-- ,---- I plovers ',i'1931 total stamp sales At the Tuesday
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$29.053.- meetinK the
Legion Post Makes Honorary Awards sent both white and colored em-2'' : 6, Much of the increase is ae'ountt'tJ CommlMionere will name a room
I Mr E'Dalgo asked the hearing for attorney
ar ; by the boost in postal county proswutinK al
; officer if it was necessary to answer rates, but there torney (
w was usually
also a notable Ban'null
Ab+\e- left: ,\, J. Thomas, Sr. U shown receding a UK gold lifts I the question. Upon being increase in volume of sales viduah. a county physician, and

hire<<' membership curd American legion Post :56 from Post (i tu- .I told it wahe replied "Well, of such as parcel post shipments I courthouse janitor They will situ

nundcr W. II, iraliam. The I: Bourse. the answer is ;yes." made by the I draw a
presentation was a highlight of the 1sglon Big Dad ManufacturIng nt'jury list for ('m.ultCourt.
(1ul..tniaH banquet Ust u -ek. Mr. Thomas M-r\ed a.% Charter "j i' Upon being asked if negro mem- I Co. I .
I .. bars of the union would be entitled'I Since
Commander of the local post an* has heldariout jfflces in It down i I ( 1t The'olume of outgoing Christmas Tuesday is also lDiUltJrlItlon
] I vote and hold
I Ia i office in the local J I day for .
through the )ears. lie I U credited with "holiMnic the post together" Mr + packages was not as heavy Govemor-eI -< t Dan
t E'Dalgo replied, "It has been this I :McCarty,
during. lean and 1 is thefirst to U made year as last, the local many Bradford foiln
3earn man a life member here.Atxitr D t |[ the policy of the AFL to adapt it-jG l ) post Hans I will probably wend their
right: lien Posit) (Me >arge) is !shown reteMng a Certificate rF self to the customs of the region! number of Tallahassee
cards and
and letters Join in the
Appreciation from Tost 56 for hit "outstanding record of in which the local is located." during the cancelled here I'hti\ities (hrn'Funeral
flrllt 25
itile\rnirnf hN :30 Mr. Bowden announced his in- days of December I
during ) ear of membership in the I/i-gion. l'rt t k this
tention year also fell son." I!
of filing a brief with the
vntlng the certificate it i Department .Membership Chairman A. JThonuL' j t(1'() below the number i
NLRB in Washington, and was cancelled! j j SundayFor
Jr.Miller f during the sam- I
'f + Ne1k given until January 19 to do so. period last year
F Mr Cancellations this year during 1pPn'xl he i Mrs.
-hetmer stated that he J Prevatt
Discusses would submit a transcript of the r>e. ember l-Z.'i: totaled ,
At Brooker
Meeting 119.V40!
; testimony taken at the
..__ .L ., .. hearinguric Mrs I fat tie Moore I're. !It 79
in I me .> wimn -'
would th- n determine whether or Eight More Men wite of Raymond Prevail of
Senator Johns Asks For Harmony Starke. died at her home here
n<" in rirrllnn should he held hereThi
Thursday night Dec 2't. following

>- de isicn should bt maltl1.. To Be
,- it Inducted an illness of several year,
in .0 t 'dav.he said.
Bnxiker FloridaDecember : Starke. Florida 1 + : : Mrs Prevatt was born in Bradford -

:26. 1952M I Dec. 29, 1952 "RJM E'Rn: men are scheduled for County on June 30. 1873 the

II E L Matthews Editor I An Open Letter to The People of Past Commanders Gather Here tuiiii+ t tion into the armed force daughter of the late Jerry H and

The Bradford County Telegraph! Brooker and New River: .- ii .human J i through Selective' Barbara Kickliter Moore !shewas

Starke. Florida I am glad\ that the governor -"r -. I' Local Board N'o 18 They a member of the :.Starke

Dear Mr Matthews: I recognized the outstanding Honored guests at the American legion pro-Chrlstnas party were r.,. I Chapter 224, Order of the Fast

achievements of Mr[ Hewlett S. 1'a..t Commanders of l'o..t)6.: Those present on this occasion are l\ ,:' Ion Tolbert Evans Hampton ern Star, and the First Baptist
this letter caU { \ ?
I am writing to '
I ,
Anderson in appointing sir to the shown aJioe. First row II I to r) Cliff Hater, LJojd Jrevn, I.. I). \'ining. -Ii. r 1 f, M/i .t'e Jackson Dyal Brooker 'ChurchFurviving. .
the attention of the public to certain Board of Trustees of the County 1.. '. v Euston Norman, 1031 'I her husband
., : .\. J. rhoiius, Jr.. A. IH Crosbj. Jr.. Dr. A. 1' Co\intton: Second )eT are R R
misrepresentations and misleading Hospital. : : 1. S .< Jacks nville Prevatt of Starke: one daughtet
mv II I lu n ( ru.'OlrlJnk ."
> \ J Thomas, Sr.. K. fl. Duncan. S. G. "t.J\! '
statement.made by Mr. .i Mr Anderson" helped incorporate I Quentin Bloodiworth. Mra Marguerite Robert of rhaires.
Denmark, .Mike (iilhotllt' ttt
M O. Ilarrell. Chairman the I|.I I Brooker as a town giving it the ) i Ii I Home. Ft Pierce. Fla. ; one son. Nathan N. l'r -\att.

i i cigarette tax m ney. he is serving I Edward Crawford Jr. Gainesville; a sister, Mrs Juna

Board of Count Commissioners '''as its first mayor, and he helped Merchants 1 To Set 1 Cases f .\ ;i iM : Kimball of Glendale, M'l! and

as (published in sour paper of De- I<|' secure a fire engine to give fire Dowling |I ,.1 I Eugene Rhoden, Hamp- two grandchildren.

oember 26th. The public is !' I Funeral
entitled ; protection and lower insurance I services were held in
to know the facts, and since I|' rates to the community Her Dates I "' .'t 1 if'S Wesley Jenkins color- the First Baptist Church Sunday
Holiday !Set For +! ..,
Thursdays e< l tke Butler.
you have not seen fit to inform i i F.. A. Gainer and I are responsible afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev
'hem yourself. I trust you will { for your Farmer's Market ''1l>r Harris colored), Starke. '! L. A. Shepherd officiated. t.IJlIP.fJ
publish this letter so that theyray he has helped you secure telephoneservice A meeting of the Merchant s ( aces 'wo men have been called by l *v. L. D lames Int'rnnt
pending againstW .. '. the loral
< knt'anJ Division o: the Chamber 1 board for armedrrvsical was in Crosby Lake fVrr."try
can drath..ir he and the City; Councilput of Com-i E ( Billy' Dowling. one-time
) examination- under the direction of DeWi't f'
own conclusions concerning the in weekly garbage collections merewill. be held Wednesday. I large scale automobile dealer here I

'it.%C.ns meeting here on Deoem-1:land installed thirty-one streetlights Jan. 7. at 7.30: pm. in the court- are scheduled' for trial! in Circuit 3 A Jlnes *W

her 6th in regard to the Bradford in BrooKer.i house. This meeting is held annually Court< next Thursday i

ountv Mr Harrell Hospital.would have the j i [ Anderson the City Council for of the holidays purpose on of which setting business aschedule -I, The proceedings were postponed Prize Winner In Outdoor Contest

peopie and I last
secured service for i November whenjUfe" defendant
believe houses will close during the:] ,
that this
was a public Brooker. In (entered II
fact. Hewlett S. An- ; a Jacksonville hospital on I
meeting which one might forthcoming year II the attra,,a horn- of Mr. and Mrs. Jim ( hat...-n on North Cherry
derson the
j is a worker and his heartis All business and eve of the trial date The\i
had been given due publicity and in the right place. I am told and professional' were Tt'- t't for December 17 and ';I Er M shown ait! appeared when winning the first (>rttin Starki'tuutd'w'r '
to \\h1l'h all interested : in i men women are urged to at-1.I Christina*, decorating content. The
persons that d"\
1 only a misunderstanding a? tend this! meeting.Trail j again postponed by mutual agree i iI i rl.rft"llrnt'd plctuff'"mtJllw
this area had been ir.vited In to the law Mr Barrel believing i I Tent between State's.:, Attorney illspla}' was floodlighted at night and featured th'> wording

his statement in your paper of r that a City Official could ;:, T E. Duncan and attornevy. ,( 'Ilapp liolida)" atni\ a huge red poln""UIa.Yonga .

.. December 26th he queries Senator not serve on the Hospital Board Ridge Club 'i representing Dowling. ,

Johns as to, and I quote. .1 I prevented his nomination at Gives Turkeys And The r.'w trial date was firstet !: l'
::-t why the wishes of the people of f the quiet meeting held in Brook ,for January 6, but Judge stun Gift To Masonic Lodge 1; I i

Brooker and Y\v River were t'r Hams To Members i phree. announced yesterday that

Sa91 ignored .". He questions fur This hospital need to be built It had again been changed and j -

ther as to why Senator Johns, and I and or-erated by people who be- The Trail Ridge Social and i was now set for January S j A handsome portrait of George \\ hington. first President L%
I ". Recreation Club at the Humphreys:
fit to file
quote "aw a here in it and it deserves< a fair of the I nite.1 states, a.s he appeared clothed asUorshipful

I minority report in regard to the chance Not many people wel-! Mining Operation and here five pave awayfive J. 0. Gay Joins Mater of his home Alexandria .
Brookf'r-New River Trustee, 1 in come further controversy. lets turkeys hams tc I lodge 1'awas ,

spite of the fact that a reptesent a- work together and give the members of the club on Tuesday. prt-sented to Uu- Urke lodge IA..tI't'k by Dr. \\'
hosj: :?3t1'irnen. H. C. Wall
-- ,; the of citizens of District t i Agency r
group pital a helping hand. of the ,II Middleton (ab ne. right). Shown here mating the
Five had indicated their preference I have turkeys were: I
. worked hard
. for
; my enj J. portrait behalf the
- tire district. Whitehead, Herbert Green J 0 Gay former: of the ir.- on of lodge itVor>hipful Master Gilbert
-' !i, and partly as a re- I L. J. Bennett. Leo Uro\\ Thema."h
Sullivan n.
and f' portrait ha.been in the
This was not a public meeting suit of my efforts the good people :surance firm of Conner 4 Gay is I povsession
J. A. Gnffis. Winners
avid an\ implication to the ('on- of Brooker can go in alT.ost of Uihams :now associated with the H C of I>r. Middleton and has hung in hi> office for
any 1 were: R. K carbro, C. W Wall 'I
ark. is not In accordance with j direction upon a hard road. The': : I Crews' F. M. Crawford. G. Colvin: ,Jan1.L urance Agency, effective' i more than 20 year Since i the doctor has announced his
n 'acts As of the largeaxilayers r "Soout Hole"
one I road u the |
| and C F. intention
I Allen. Mr. to lof his office here and retire at the Britt of
in this part of the urgent ceed. and I have fought I j The club Gay's former partner Doyle|'
i rebry."ic Frees.
+tn". I have a definite I< interest I1: for that road and will i!] set it j states thai the giving awaof E. Conner, will now have 35 his',: 'chi month he derided to make a gift of the picture ta

"' 'ie Hospital and .n seeing that \InrrP1: \ .- irkevs and hams :o men. .' issvviate: .r. tht1 fin.r: ('-r' ?t I\the local lodge,
.'utmleJ .. hibrxr.cT LJ .ar.: r 4ir.er:
If ale s. Chsr.: v E .hns bevotte I 1 t an annual event
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Facing The New Year With Confidence r "''- _. !-

Confidence breeds prosperity therefore, fidence in the future would do well to read I':

it 1 id extremely important that we enter upon American history. Our nation has had its' t
heads trials and ordeals sword and fire and has .
the new year 1053 with our up, pre- by T
senting a unified front. The change in ad- always, by the grace of God, come out victor- j i E

ministration of our national government ious. It has been only a few years since s

naturally has many people guessing as to Hitler. Mussolini! and Tojo were vanquished, t

what to expect during the next twelvemonths even though years of preparation went into I r

hut this should not prevent us from their efforts to rule the world. We have

going forward in the confidence that our weathered economic panics and the worst: of P 1 .r HAP P Y // ...

leaders will make a sincere effort to do what depressions and we can do it again, if ,q NF1'V Y is ARGE "

they think b best for the entire nation. called upon.{ -

Now, as: never before, we need unity in To meet all these challenges, we need Quantity Rights Reserved -
America. The Communist world has the but one thing, and that is unity American Prices dtxxl Thru Sal Jan I

"unity" of j people! in chain The death sen- unity of the highest order the unity that : o rt, f fFp : cil !

tences recently imposed on Czechoslovak comes from consecration of our hearts and 152 Call Street

leaders: prove what happens to Communistswho minds to the ideals of freedom unity that .
fall from grace. will inspire us to sacrifice some of our per r Starke Florida

But even so, is there any reason why we sonal aims and desires for the comrouh goodof Y4rrr ,

cannot face the future with confidence? We all. I

have the productive
weapons needed to injure\ peace. We have to forget differences of rare, religion I MAXWELL HOUSE Vac. PackedCOFFEE

the men who have proved beyond doubt that and political parties, and unite as free Americans -! '

the American fighting man, although he devoted to our independance, the Con -, -- -------1 I! Lb Can
hates war, is a brave soldier. We have the stitution, and Bill of Rights. If we do these F 19C

enduring faith in our country, our people, and things, and put our trust in God, we can face fTTTTTfTJYTTTTTTTYTYTYTT the truck jacked up and the t, ik

God, with which to face any enemy. the coming year whatever it might bring LONG fell on him pinning him down -

Those who need to bolster up their con- with quiet confidence.ties BRANCH his breaking his bank and some of FAB-U-LOUS
riba He was rush.-d
to d
After All by Mr*, J. I.. Slrjtkland hospital, but we did not learn Lge Box
. Maybe Ponce Was Right ;. 4AAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAA where We do wish for him a F A 8 [ Giant Box 6C.J

When Ponce de Leon thought,he found the of living here, and before you know it Our daughter Mildred Ayers, has more recovery.misfortune It teems Albert .

Fountain of Youth, he was of course, mis the \whole doggone family has moved to i has returned to her home at Newport us do. than most of
Florida. i News Va.1 e surel\ miss1 I PILLSBURY'S Plain or S. R.
taken. To our knowledge there i is no magic : We wish all
If this sounds like Chamber of Commerce 'her for she a Happy New
is a
good worker
elixir which will take ten years off your age. advertising just look around and you'll e just what is to be done.-canS We I Lord Year and and may all remember our F FLOUR 5 Lbs J1C Lbs one

Hut Ponce (if he will permit this familiarity realize it's the truth. Living ak we do in a !had called her home to help out Mr. Faircloth worship is him home in 1953 10
miss the boat much. He had blessed with in our sickness, and! I i again
) didn't by region an ideal climate we can- j mean she after spending a week in the St

found a land which is daily revitalizing not realize what it means to exist in areas of found the some sickness here. Part 'Vincents hospital m Jacksonville -_ .. .. ..
thousands of thousand of people, who hav- where snow and ice curtail almost all outdoor in bed-and time there were four of us : We hope he is much Improti',.,1! in -,f'-- ,, -- ..- .-. ----- .-.-.;..:.".---- -- ''."--- _- .

ing tired of life elsewhere, have come to activity for almost half the year. Tour- :of all.Sunday.. Mildred to take care health CAP or PAMPA Corned VELVO \
Florida to live better than they ever did be ists who visit can appreciate our climate I We understand Albert Osteen isetting Whole BeanCOFFEE

fore. Thousands upon thousands of retired more fully and that is one reason why the Dec. :21. our daughter- along very well ron-ufc-r

folks come to I Florida to finish out their days population of this State is growing so rapidly I j in-law. Mrs. Charles Fields from ing his condition of a broken back BEEF72Oz

peacefully, only to find that they become We welcome all tourists and new residents Jacksonville! came out and spent ar.d some broken ribs. We are

more active than ever. Grandpa comes to and gladly share with them tile benefits be- j most of the cay: with us and informed that he is still jolly and!

Florida accompanied by his kinfolk, who want stowed by Nature on our State. We don'tlike brought. a nice load of groceries has a tho good word for e\"l rone
even he
for is
to see that the old boy Is going to settle to brag about our section, but it'is said.she our didn't Christmas present. Said ly. suffering so severe ) Can Lb

down in the sunshine and doze. They visit that if you come to Florida :you'll add ten ;i bring, didn't know know what what else to ,! Willie Padgett is 39C Bag 69C

him only to find that he has bought an years to your life. We don't know how true I. but she does know we we have needed to- lough. He has been homo in Alaska on fur foi

orange grove is riding around all day longon that is, but we will say this: If you shouldsee I
a Cub tractor, and having the time of an old greybeard toddling up the steps to I must say that was thoughtfulof i Sunday evening Mr .
and Mr
his life. Some of them stay to see ti;hat on the Home for the Aged, don't feel sorry for her. We would much rather Hardy I'adgett were COT ing ti ..: -__ __';: : .-- ,_ '_:'o :. ;:_ __- :-
earth could have changed the old codger, \ him. He's not going in as a resident heckno have the groceries than a load of church to the Mission Tent when

and they too become bitten by the possibili- he's just going to visit his Pappy! | things we could not use or-did I Ruben Mosley came along and Heavy, Mature "Eat-Rite" Beef
The same day Mr. and I bumped into Howard Padgetts car .
. Who Wants To Go To The Moon, Anyway ; : [rs.Y.. D. Jones from Green t No one was hurt murk Mrs Lh
I[ Cove Springs called for ash OCvisit. t t Pad ett's right arm was hurt SIRLOIN L STEAK 7QCj

Ordinarily we take our hat off to men who left secretely after the election of 1932? While they were here Rev. sand (. Howard had to go bark
of science but when a group of them announced Or that the surface of the moon was just Mrs. Jim Conway from! Jacksonville and get another car to bring them

recently that a trip to the moon is plain cluttered up with boulders of pure gold? came in. We all spent a t to church in, hip was battered up Tender "Eat-Rite"
very pleasant
afternoon I
1 too
not; only feasible but a distinct possibility we What would happen then to the value! of the :Mr. and Mrs. Jones together much to risk the trip m

,failed to get excited. Progress, yes, we're little pile of the stuff we have hidden under see Mr. and Mrs. Jim went Godwin on for tc I Ii Nolan Saturday was going night back Mrs to !Maxvill Hattie ROUND S STEAK Lb

very much in favor of that, but who says thata groimd? i i a while before church time. They when she bumped into one of Jack 19CTender

trip to the moon i is going to benefit humanity These two "for instances" are just wild all (except Dot tie) attend services Wilkinson's cows killing the cow

We can tell them l before they start examples! of what we might encounter if the at the Mission tent Sunday and tearing her car up consider-

what every child knows, that the moon is proposed trip to the moon was made. So why 'night. Mr Jones! was called as i ably. .11'!!. Nolan wasn't hurt but Meaty "Eat-Rite" Plate

made of green cheese: and that to establish not leave the :Man in the Moon the age-old ]pastor of the Mission and we dc we are afraid Jack's pocketbook Lb

contact with the moon will only be the beginning symbol that he is? Lovers look up to the.moon believe that is as good if no its.i i STEW BEEF 35C
of another serious import-export prob- now and are enchanted with the mystery the best choice that could be made Our mail carrier had three dav?
and We hope that Bro. and Sister beauty they behold.! Could they

lem.The present state of conditions in the do that if they knew that it was peopled than.lone can do more for the people i days off. It is good for him hi'didn't ." -.a. _= ." ,. _'_ ____ _
any us have been able tc' .
i take off more time or he .. .
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world we live in. it seems to us, i h* crying for with three-headed apes? do yet.Ve feel that the Lord -- --- -- --
would] have to hire a bigt ru.'kto
attention and solution. Why then should we We say let us work on as we have been directed this call. There was just use to deliver the mail and Grade "A" SlicedBACON SUNNYLAND Pure

pack-up a group of intrepid explorers intoa doing in the world of science to make the one vote against Bro. Jones.1'e i hire a het,er. Seams w.. had some
Buck Rogers: space ship and touch off a lot of man a happier one. But please let's also feel that they can do morf mail coming our way ths: year

fuse which might increase our responsibilities leave this inter-planetary travel for the comic for the upbuilding of the Training Our new pastor at the Mission LARD

by adding another world to worry about? strips. After all, the denizens of the Unions than we have been ableto Mr. Jones filled his appointments

Suppose for example, it was discovered that moon might not welcome us. They might do They have done this kind Sunday. There weren't nianv ,I
tho moon was peopled by Dt ratti I 11 P of work at other places and they present it seems almost 1'1'1'one
cx- mn< very happy as they are.MilKT. Lb
have a car to call upon folks and had so much sicknesin th.' fam- 49C LbCtn
: lit. UTCtll .ii..i\- n.imiit ,'..un. and .iii-n an>lim ",..-t,* in tinKra'ir.ril! r.ijnty Ti-l. --e, '*>t them interested in the u'orLet's k. ily they could not attendsen..'IIP- 13C
C Irrull Court I'.rntUunl tounll\" >u ,l!" H'op:1rt.) > --.rH' a rupt' ofI'lurlilnt Kr.pIItatrd i !
I. 4 a.rr.. \<'tir anr pl-.xl'ni! ; to the ci.n- this 20 .1.'>' of Itri-emlier.I' all look forward to a Tt'atwork I The time for Sunday School has
Auli.w M.-sley. I'mmUff. \'. 1'.,- play"* "Tt the IM.iintlff\ Attrarebell 14tOFFICIAL".:! i in 19.13; and all work to make been
from until
\\ i:"..|r>. fvndant.Cast NV Sir-I nay I\a>ton SvMn.Heaih S.'Men, Florida pudding 1 SEAL. A. J. Thomas. )' this a great work at this little';':' o'clock changed, preaching nine services ten athe .t.. :'1 : .-: .::. ", : -/ ,.'-__ ,:_ '..:_ : ,' _-. : .... .

\,,ilrr "'.. *PI>.Hr and fllf the orlgl'ial in the office of,ICy Marian'MTk I. Crosby.f the r.rrult I>:"Diity Court rjerV mission. The Lord works in t eleven morning. Training Union athe
To 1IAI..lI.'Y.,,, wh.'II" rethe ri-rk n' the Tir.-ult r..urt o n'1 i: : 4t i country as well as he does in t U. S. No. 1 WhitePOTATOES
1.1-n. a ami a& Jre Is. s:. S t:. ,,r hefure the !e dy ..f January 1.1&1 six.: evening preaching at sevens
'Oth Sheet. Savannah 'ia! uthvrHiie I city Maybe we do not make ,
11y53; the allegations of I NOTICI: Of course all are invited AgainI
.- a." hrit-l.y (ntlfir that a'v aid C'IIII.lalnt will be taken. a* c""- I ALL noise i I Lbs
CONCERNED much or much shotbut
f we say we are proud of the pro-
cud ir frssed to
> y..u.I'nro
T1OE S 1 1p
: That'ht'lIt..r II Raglt-v in- 49C
.. Yhi- null..' Thal'! l.o ptil.liMi'dn i tends tn rrgistrr with t'l..rk of Cir- we are sincere in our work. gress in work on our little chore h
i>i .11 filed '\: ".1 > i>u in the i.iih I
onto W.-W f..1 fur .on.ec urn33 *- suit Court of llradfurd i'ouiuv' Kim i < We understand that the church i is I do not get to attend but T am
dlht': firtitious "
I 301 Motel." under name which of he intvids Starke ready for the sheeting to go onto ;( proud of the work an 'way. I amhoping'
to carry on as his sole and iitdivi- the sides rafters are up. and the my mother and father will)
Deposits Made In dual bushes the operaiinn of a Western
t..urbt court in said County roof is ready for sheeting Due ,, soon be able for me to leave them
tSigned) Chester II. eagle; to illness we Stricklands ha'en.tbl'en I so I can attend ,et t'ices again
:: :Ii it i i Lbs
SAVINGS 5.I able to do anything 01'On The condition: they are in now it WINESAP APPLES 3 49C
ACCOUNTS !. Irrult Mini fiiurl.: inIMT.H llradfurd ('aunt..'j' eo over and see what the other would be dangerous for both of us
Kl-rUn: In ( eaaerry.Fhaaheth j folks have done. We can "rtillhope ; to leave them alone so I stay with

U'aldemar Meuaer teu-rr,. I rf Plaintiff"adant. T<. J mid pray for the ones who' them and let Mr Strickland at.we .
Oil Or lie foreJANUARY I \utk. T.. Can Nrt. 9.U 1{| are able to do the work. Too. j tend services when he is able I Fresh Green Top
i Tn."aldt'mar"p.ari Meuser. whoa j i are able to receive donations t>ram! told the building is read\ fur
r..-:d.'nie and addni i./ I'nkn.a n T 1 1Yur the work. the siding Some of our workmen Be/is
'1 t' h." .1.\ n.'t ed that I CARROTS 2 19C
10THWill -'. f r' a..1'! There was a very nice program :I are on the job e'eTSaturtia\'
I I' \ i t> :?>t the Clay Hillchool before Rev Conway. Mr Banc fromre

Christmas. We are told the Hi>;'hland. Hardy Pad ett. hipon!
Draw t was the best behavior as well as William and a few otherare a-! -c., -. ....
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Let Us Thoroughly th- best program that has been ways there and readt,. work -- -

known at one of these school2'3therinls when the time comes to work Quick-Frozen Little Acre
INTEREST FROM JANUARY 1ST Wash Your Clothes in years or perhaps We have also been receiving some Quick-Frozen BlackeyePEAS
ever We feel proud of this too. nice donations Last Saturday w.'mgreceived *
It does seem we are PEAS S
9 Poudf $25.00 from the Long' S SPkg
in this neck of the woods and we Branch church. We have already
Also funds I
transferred into a Savings Account sure have room to improve In a ;i received $It 00 frorr. the Russell
4 For 40c! number of ways, but we finally 'church. J2000 from Carson Gr.ffi Pkg

by January 10th will draw interest FREE Bleach If Desired! lean 51 00 from A. K Maxwell (:rev 39C 19C
We are sorry to learn of Albert! Core $10.00 Mr and Mr Hall
r. from January is!. rtvnple Ave. SUlk* Osteen's misfortune of having his Day. Fla. this im aditi- tour .

back and some rib broken recently offerings which have beethis '.
The way we heard -
generous for tte congregators w>-
We Will he was workir.g on a truck had have. Rev. Conway and Stegrych SUPERBRAND Colored
Happy New Year To All \ our Associational Tr-a-
i* t.--n fl t-d
aram" yj in th*
I Dry Your Clothes .' .,.' ni"1 rirt :and ,-" .c" and! surer have received nv.re ii"tiatof -
.\. a1v.iir.r.d tirvr. a opy lions than I have T b.li.1fr I Lb
"r xncw-r or p' adi"" toho r E 19C
For 20c ..'t -' "> the Plaintiff .tr\r CPC Conway said the S ue Mi-sion
. I 'to F..qnk TjindruTi <; .
In New .
Orient Board donated 504NCP aPtruly
;1 1 .end t'\f\ the rvnei-ial! in the ffire of r .
= .
...- I ,- nf t),. firc-jif t'.nrt *nj: thankful for al: of the:*

......-. FLORIDA BANK at STARKE 0 ,-..".,"rfr.fr otherwise The :6 the day allegations of Janu irv oln'a.nt r.I donations and hope to be able ., SUPERBRAND Choc. Vanilla &
.. < "' "- Strawberry
wra will be taken as conVi.u. have the church fnlshed beta >
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'' : too much longer. We r.e-d :n-.r..
+ +. i tar.LrW. ti n' (' 21tfopaf .- n h 'w'.-?-.. s.al f .r !f n'lt'he run publishedi titarefe ibirstO'iJa group Washeteria\ :h- }.ra;; :'ford County Tele-' get the building finished Wtr.. ICEPAGE CREAM 3 49C 69C

1 v ,
; : div r f r"VU >-,';>mt..r. looking to YOU to help 'Ai'.l:! .vu"

c \' : .\ T -> ,. Earl Lang spent; ChTs'i.a.'h .' .. ,
... :. ., ." .'.. '..-i'f '< hvme f'_'ka ..: Cla.: Hi.: ,-- -- ----- ..-.,-. ..-- --,- --,.- '- -- -- '. "



J.\ ..\n19 BRADFORD COC"\"TY: n-.1LGR\I, ST.\r.f\"f' n.olUn4
r t(:r. TIIKP .
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version pt'r.vd Nt: $3.t>vi+: t1(;! oin's (" ,b JVMIY: 19.36 ----- --
i chair for saing: of D. L. S>!cox new Methodist Chun-h bUlhhn
Back ward nest egg in bank and post office J.t\U.R Y 1919 ,,;
Looking Death
takes Joe .
: : E Wilson, civic AJVX' tfS of hospital] petition
deposits Postal receipts dropto Ne.\ o' ,r.y oir.cials:; take over 1932
$192,716 in 1915 Funeral P D Reddish; Shenff: J. R Kel- :leader Council samples public Commissioners to place issue on Hospital! facilities for St :A

services for Dr 0 L. Haynes held opinion for propo., i $100.000 improvement ballot Death takes W. L. given A priority rating ".,
Over New Years Since 19No 32I lTax Assessor H. P. Morgan program Discuss :'
Commissioners authorize School Superintendent Guy An ., Wall. for 71 years prominent m highest ) by Florida State I Iprovemer.t :.
architects zoning City government re- .
j to begin preliminarywork business Commission 1> i "
drewTax ASSf'tOr Dons: civic life here .
one knows what --urprises'' seven i months of his practice here I| Starke merchants declare 1543* on design for proposed couai Moncricf.: June Caldwell Janet j I' at Brocket 'after lapse ofseveral Announcement made that effort- deposits show 46 gain otter :; >
for i ty hospital Lex Green yearsStarke Councilremoves vu'us Commissioner- ,'!
January 1953 holds in store Eight, more women are added I rood business snceeds Anderson, year
year Amce
despite short- Green ride on i : ad valorem to obtain work clothes factor\ for .
Starke and Bradford County, but 1 to WPA sewing room project I ages Kerosene shortage'j' T. Frank Landrum as county attorney Bradford float In Warren inaugur' tA.d e tc ride to place; qUt'st tu>:i of h\\"i'
cigarette levy income Countyreadies Starke are successful Bu.lding on ballot :2S .- -
is Interesting to look back on Baptists announceplans degree t : .
i JSf'nJ98 i causes many Bradforites to suffer al parade City
announcesplan i
the past 20 and we what for new' church E S i first exhibit for State step up with $>WtXX> worth erjturo takes toll!! .'f: W p'r < "I' .
from lack
T E. Duncan announces cardi- I,i of fuel for beat and 'o install 100 parking meters i Fair
events have ushered in the new I cooking $100 Matthews retires after 22 years currently in prtgre-s Hl"1'r r hem bKvt1: 1"'(" it':.; :
they for State's Attorney A.W. reward offered Bemes bring $65000 in warm JVM'VKY 19 1Thn'e Rot Sort! 13' ,', -
decades. on State Railroad Commission 'Tnt rstne : ': ::;i.:
years over past two by shenff for information con- Jar.Ja '
Redgrave, veteran Seaboardemploy 'School Board r.egn>es die :u ..J.-!r>iConvoy's
Kemember these I cerning Ben Dell, Starke u gro. begins negotiationsto n..r.y.my.y.ym.VVVVV.V......n. .TTTTTT
4 retires after 44 of USO -
JANUARY% years who left his son's home in Daytona acquire building

Seventy-five growers met and: I II railroading Tourist trade in I i Beach Jan. 12, 1S : and was neverseen I I J 1Nt': .13iY 1917 NOTICE! PLANNING TO MOVE?

agreed to plant 150 acrea of cucumbers I Starke, increases 20 per cent again Joe E. \Vil.on i I i First weeks of unusually! earls Service Station

I,14 Clerk A J. Thomas auctions off named! to head $274,400 War Bond berry season brings grower let us do the for
n t job youcam-
for Manhattan Produce'I Drive here . AMOCO GAS AND OIL '
I first lands under new MurphyAct $56,000 Oil drillers abandon p '
'aJuwl: \\
u : plete. l' operate loval and long
R + t
('o. fire the J.SR1913 t
c.ldI' Work begins on new "dry hole" at New P.1wr '.' .
( I SWQ.I distance anywhere. in I', S.
A If, Green farm home northwest J State Farmers Market north of Post Office sales total $232.729; Starke weathers 1916. fart flu'' Washing, Greasing Tires, Tubes & Hatteries WO\1HG ..
..!. .
of Starke L. D. Green Install-"j J Starke Starke Rotarians en- in 1941 Seven extra clerks: year without Branding -in good .
ed aa Worshipful Master of Ftarke ;Joy a fish fry at Maceo Hick's i needed to take care of Chnstmas shape Bank deposits4\..*' !; PHONE 147 FOR SERVICE i Phone 311 or 250-J

Maonlc Lodge One bottle of camp at Karleton .. I rush in post office here negligible decline Kubmoft

home brew exploded as Sheriff W. J.SR1939 '|'. Bank deposits total $2.764,446 at plays engagement here sponsor..d Ride Florida Greyhound Musses /4t E\retlent Storage FaciRties -

J Epperson wa pouring a quantity :1 A Z Adkins Jr. and John, year's end J. H. duPre becomes by Rotary Hercules Powder

of the stuff down the court. Arthur Torode. BUS seniors spoke manager of Florida Power Co begins operations here.J.Sr.Rl' PEEn SAFETY COMFORT ECONOMY

house storm sewer Tommy('at the Rotary Club on the needsof i'' & Light' Co. here Starke Ice ,: 1948i R. B. ALVAREZ

i Kid) deck of Lawtey was slated I a gymnasium Rev. L. A. Co. sold by \V L. Wall to J, Mi I II i I Preparations announced to b>- LEAK\ TO FLY the
to meet Kid BaUden In the weekly :Shepherd resigns Baptist paJrto- '' Edwards and R V. Coleman gn mining ilmemte deposits on' easy icay. as you Agents for Delcher Hros.IVrr .

Gainemrllle boxing show :rate 'here to become! Chaplain t' JVM'AKY 1946 .,I Camp Blanding reservation learn Phone U7 '
I'I Kid .
> man \; S. Court St.Available t.
Starke enters
Tip Top Grocery advertised one State Prison Starke merchants pU3t-war recon- Tourist Club organized in Worn

I protest closing of Road 13 I I
pound of Santos coffee for 23 I

cents one pound of bacon for 91| for repairs, detouring traffic
around Starke Building ,
cents Judge Hal Y. Maines'lIf < permits
for 193H total $10,035 '
Lake Butler announced his
C. Fdies Hoover, noted photographer J
candidacy for the State Senate
after being in business here

I 40 years Meeting announcedto

their Two duties new,J.SIt1933 in official the county took courthouse o\'f'r'i i cotton discuss growing revival here of. .Sea. Island

..JSIt1910 at all Good
A J Thomas, new clerk rf 1 stationsin
i Mercury drops to 27 degrees two<
the circuit court; and K K.i mornings, dtlavs berries .

t'erryrr.an, county judge Po'rt !' Building permitfor 1939 step up

Office receipts for the year 19321| to $35,375 Governor Cone an- 1 1I
totaled $8.028 Laptev farm- i Guard
nounces that new National ; j
era announced the organization of ,
will be
camp at Kingsley
the Truck Growers Union of Ijiw- named for General Albert 11. I

tp). Fla. School children got Blanding Mans announced : r

an extra week's vacation ht'ault'l: )I of REA at Keystone '
to triple capacity ; i
of Influenza epidemic! The; Heights City ,.Council ,

fifth carload of government flour) approves JCO.OOO paving and ever were orl a

to was county's received needy her for families distribution. sewer WPA program funds ,. made. Sixteen possible mornings by- .

Bradford County's school teachers with freezing or below temperatures

were being paid off in script which recorded during coldest

the School Board promised<< to redeem January .

during the year Tip Top I JStr.R191 I

Grocery advertised one pound of Starke still reeling from its

Cumberland coffee for 15 cents I I I-buisiest. dizziest" Christmas shop-

One pound best white bacon result of Camp
I: ping season as a
6 cents The Telegraph headlined I Blandmg construction work .

an editorial "Depression : Rank deposits soar to new high New BOOSTED

Purgative" I of $721,298. as compared with

J.uar.It1931 \I S3-13,075 in 1940. Money pour- ,
An old nickel, dated m2, wsfound ,i ing forth from 15000.) )() laborers and
under the sidewalk at the :, 11 000 soldiers at Blanding I

bank corner by a C. W A, fThree new store buildings under

The LavUey CCC Camp construction Building permits
captured lhe.'''' -Georgia CCC in 1940Council
Camp Conference title City total installation of parking I Imt.'t..rR
Council, W. LVaIi chairman j. F.\'erythlng overcrowded LT

asked to fence the town by even the city jail I
delegation of farmers : ,J.Sltla191'J I .
Jones of Lawtey Dipped first Starke's first practice blackout I II

pint of strawberries from the Ambulance Corps
I U a fizzle!
county petting $6.-I for them '; plans perfected with Dr. L. H.
destroyed the A. I. Kanr ,
pre chief operator -
Jennings a"
south of town The of outdoor -
home 'i Mrs C A. Knight): winner
Uu C.
committee C 11. 5asworthy Parkin meters removed after t
.\ R Crews -i 0
A Knl brief life of nine monthTire
boost the proposed paving of ; Rationing Board named with \\'-

raid The newly opened P. Smith as chairman Wesley

A & I' Store advet-d for 19 one cents poundS : Andrews home destroyed by fire?

O'clock Coffee m'n's Building permits for 1941 total
5teruberg s Store plugged $366.395: Defense Mass Meeting -

serge emits. at $\39Mt'n's.: held at courthouse BUS
Prof LeonA
Irt'ss shoes, $1.9 principal E. L. Williams asks
announce.1 for the State
Gray public to save scrap iron and
I.f'jislalurf' j paper Men 20 to 45 to registerfor
J.St'U191.\ selective service School
Merger announced for Standard bond election fails as only 50freeholderN

Oil Agency in Bradford anti> UnionCouuUt'I visit polls IVlli"
with K G Duncan asagent
cation date for new USO building
Congressman H A
i set ,
to seek
.1".rt'n off Washington J.SI'H19&3
for cross-state canal
appropriation Government restrictions cause

Heautificatlon project beginsunder drastic slump in building .
direction of Aubrey PrinkFln.t
Five persons killed in head-on
annual Birthday Ballannounct'd truck collision here New YE'ar'sDar

with Nat Sternbergchairman as Post Office receipts total
H C n'a" elected
$161,000 in 1942 due to Camp
president of Hradford County i ItUnamg Bank deposits climb
Young Democratic Club County -; to $1.629.270 at years end .
discuss proposedcounty
CommUMOMra 'Pleasur drivers warned of crackdown -
hospital and seek aid from by OPA W. L. Blair
FF.HA Contractawarded I
PWA and named clerk of local Rationing

the Hampton cut-off on Board ,
Itoad 13 RinK Crosby bookedat } JVM'AKY 1941

the Hit In "Here Is My Heart"U Lura Burgess (mow Mr Mohr>

Staikc Hoard L .Conner of Light County eluded snow Commissioners fell chairman In-- _begins Hill column writing in her Telegraph popular .Clay. I i i iI'Ia : 1 7 y Now at an all-time Gulf high

JVM'AKY 19MHradtnl ? J
Countju>t thawingrtuf : ,1J __

after coldest P ''eniber on ;;; .: in both anti-knock

record Jackson Da Pmner .inni IJ I;, power
+nK *u.-cc with lit plate- ,

Mid tit $175 gupt A J ".'.-.- ,.
,;nffl hopes that Srho .l Hvxir.lltll ; ti-.J ..-- .r' a ,a "
June !t ,# J' I and
1\ b. out of debt by i high-compression
t, ro"I ,
.nrressman Green predicts U- mrnrnr"L.

>1if ,tl t Veteranttonus Hill : nIIS tf.f.f. ,
ofti.ials endorTon. I s I
OIn1 \ s S.II \ ,

,. d( run at ram here Starts ..4 ,

n' f1 htr "mi>sing link" of -, : '=..-.,.p,, I 4 Pefj rniance!

R a.1 1>< between Baldwin .
andc slh tip RUMlfi
V net PI ins announced
"Ihl< .n' WPA projects by June i: III'

'i' Starke Methodists buy old &CJe'l'l _M_ ,

Kerr! Methodist Church bmUmp ? t t ., III--
k .w----
I it l.awlt'y, move it here for .r
PropertyOwnerNeeds !' : ...... .
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\ -Eton to Sunday School roo-i < -;-: ,-:' !
h.'iiffV.. J. Epperson an, I : \, H :I NA.t ) Drive in! Get tankful of this
f'I ._ .. ... a a new gasoline :
',i for State Senate ,
I tii'i: volunteer fire department 4 that's made especially to meet the .

'!\ignr squabble over salarvvais Windstorm InsuranceCost yb
: uosacutpnt highly fuel
exacting of
,' Winkler succeedBurord requirements t ; '
a- chiefJVM'.VKY. low-Insure r '' s i CONTAIN today's
is Now a super-compression engines and l f
: 1937H

s .Ji i club program inaugurated make them deliver peak efficiency. i

s .7c h ('ollnt). Agent;:: T. K McCIan Charley E. Johns Great for I
engines of I IFRID.U'
Iii Mr T Frank Landrum i an- every age .j

___ ,'.rt restricted area for city's Agency _.
: 'Katerz N P Waimvright. Srre --
r.' < after <(0 years in public l"huo IS ST.UtRK. FLA. .;1., "

.r;. ," .'f Tax Collector C .\. : j'f J
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-:e- K"lt"h", office robbed in daringh.irglry < ; r

,. :tigh' Postal refur ,' ; _
.-: ''''Pyo: 1936 total $5.:u: 00'" ......' Et ; [f)

'-9 r'Tf R Merlon announced deM ,...* .i tiny THE TRAVELERS H rtor
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over the weekend.Mr Ii
I' i "\! helpers m the TiN! '
Wed Mr. YorkMr and Mrs. W. C Ward enlertained i I

1 BAYLESS a number of friends and work. .
appreciated gig whu.
and Mr L. F D'kr.s an relatives with a Christmas trHand.
noun<'e the engagement and ap refreshments Christmas Eve the Tabernacle t, t ..

proachtng marriage (,f -nt,r 1d by Mrs O. E. Cr *by night at their home Everyoneenjoyed services was the '! .
daughter Jo Ann. to Mar.-m E carols and eating plants from the h.- ,
York, son of Mrs. H. E \\ -sle\ Mr and Mrs Randolph Crosby iris: cake. Hear :Mrs. Alton DobbsI, Stewart. The sponsor v

Gladys Mooty if I j Fernandina Beach ana W F ,If Lake ('ity. Mr and Mrs. Otis received the surprise of the eye 'j : thanks tl11r Stewart

Phone 35 '' York of Panama Cit). Crawford and children of Jack ning-a mysterious package. Can't i: memorial! to his deve.-,' :

-- The wedding will be an to 'pm sonville. and Mrs. Henry Carter of find out what was in it. Must ,;! Mrs- Flora Belle Stew "
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: ;'of February 3 at R pin m 'he Maxville were visiting Mr. and have been some joke. ;

Sue Eloise Dixon Wanda Faye Yoder I j First Baptist Church Starke *- Mrs. C C. Crosby over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stokes of ,: I Births

Weds ShufordIn i I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Alvarez ': Jacksonville were hunting here! .I

Weds Edward Massey I Phillip i\1rs. Webb Hostess of Frostproof were visiting Christmas Day and were dinner i and Mrs. N. B. R.v.;e- ,

On Christmas EveIn Moore Haven the Crosbys also. guests of Mr and Mrs. Floyd !
To WCTU Members ; announce the birth : \
i The H. B. Kellys were" dinner Crosby.Mr .
a candlelight service at 7:30: MLu Wanda Faye Yoder of Fa' guests Christmas day of Bermce'sbrother and Mrs J. R. Kelly and I" i Audrey Patnci.
Miss larks daughter of \Li. and Mrs., Mrs. O O Webb was hostess 22 in St. Vincent .
c ,.lork on Christmas Eve and sister-in-law. Mr. and family were guests of her mother. I s H
Sue Eloise Dixon, daughter of, Ray Dwight Yoder of Moore Havtn -1 I *to members of the WCTU last g I,: Mrs. Dewey Woods, in Jackson Mrs A. l. Driggers. in Lake i Jacksonville.
Dixon of and Phillip Craig Shuford, also ]Friday afternoon. The meeting ille.I .
W. R han'f
Mr and Mrt. I j I Butler on Christmas -
the bride of Edward of I'alatka, son of Mr. and Mrs.:1: was presided over by Mrs \'lrgleI Sorry to and j; I j and llr. Charles
Lawtey, became 11 I|I report that Buie Crosby -i I Congratulation. to Bob j I t. v\
John Sidney Shuford La'olr-tey,1' Avery with the vice president. i
Lee Massey eldest son ot !i is sick at this writing hope he Vesta Mynck on the arrival of a j j : announce the birth "
unites in Mrs. Jennie Thornquest, conducting :
Rev and Mrs. A. E. Massey, abc .were marriage on Decembee -: j will soon be up and around againI boy Dec 27 in Riverside Hospital. : Chant .
21 at tour o'clock m the afterl the devotional.The 1 Joyce on) l
(,f Lawtey. The ceremony was I I Mrs. W. C. Ward and daughter They anboth doing fine .
In the Laura Scott Union Announcement is made of the i : the Naval .
noon MethodM Church, deeplyI at 1I..j.;
of i Mrs '
performed by Rev. G. V. Let !I Freddie Watterson are visiting Everyone is busy around this
Moore Haven. I deplores the "Home-Going" of a engagement of Miss Ada Moore I Lejeune. :;. C.
the Faith Baptist relatives in land ready
Starke. In Tampa this week.Little week Aiming getting
The double ring was' beloved member Mrs James F. Edwards daughter of Mrs. Mamie I I : '
C'hunh, Lawtey. I I ceremony j, Larry and Sherry Crosby for firming aeain
performed by the Rev. \V. Scott 1 Stewart and a set of resolutions Lou Edwards of Lawtey and the !
beautifully decorated | underwent is cut i
The church was a tonsilectomy in Lakeshore "- Notice Lonzi Norman
Uozerr.an. to that effect were drawn up and late William H. Edwards, to Drew:J I
with arrangements of white j {' hospital recently They" are : ting out his cabbage. You can i; PAY CASH
I! Preceding the ceremony a entered in the minutes of the F. Reddish son of Sheriff and : '
gladioli interspersed with mas-i program doing fine. They will be in Tip ; hardly miss the ones he has cut I j;
Union. Mrs. p. D. Riddish of
of Starke.
nuptial music was j I
jive green fern. This was ethane pre- Top shape for school. Heard the Mr is not feeling too I : For
sented by Mrs Stanley Wayman.1organist i O. 0 Webb, an honorary mem-1 j The wedding will take place' Saw Logs
ed! by the use of candelabra holding i Mr. and Mrs. Evan Yates of: well Missed seeing them at i j :
I and Mrs. John L. Webb ber, was a welcome guest at the Sunday, Feb. I, at 3:30 p.m. in'': Jacksonville : AM ITU'XVOOI)
burning white tapers. ; visited Mr. and Mrs. church I
Jr., aololit. j i meeting, as was also a friend, j jMrs. the Ortega Methodist Church
The bride, who was given In J i W. R. Haislop this weekend. I Mrs EllH of Miami! is visiting | TIMHKK:
The bride George, who is recovering i
was given in marriage Jacksonville. All friends and ,
marriage by her uncle W. E. Christmas day guests of Mr her son and d3Ughtt r-in-Iaw, :'otr'j j
by her father, and had from a serious illness. I relatives of :
as her maid the couple are invited. i 'ard Will Mr
Mias j tiring
Gault. had as her attendant and Mrs! W. R. Haislop were Mr. 'and Mrs A. C. Ellis i
of honor Mm Christine Higginbot-j Two new" members were reported ] I '
Evelyn Warren, maid of honor, j and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and daughter Saw Mr and Mrs Loran Conner To See You
hand am of I'alatka. Bridesmaids were by the treasurer Mrs. J. T. "
Miw Betty King, bride's maid. I Woodman Circle Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Wat- | and daughter of Sylvania. Ga
Mr. Mauey had as his beat Mrs. Logan King and Mrs. Roy D.'< Quigley |! tenon and ReaM Mrs Bob visiting their folks during! Christ : B. 'Dick' Thomas
Lundy. both of the Christmas
Moore Haven. Jun- Following close of the Party [
man Lynn Hamilton. Norman for bridesmaid was Karen Haum-. meeting" with a circle of prayer !! | Gray and children They had mas vacation ( 1.00"'t(')', Fla.

Hamilton and Marvin Whiten'served gardner, a cousin of the bride. i i Mrs. Webb served refreshments. I The Woodrr.en: Circle met Tues- :turkey] and all the trimmings Mr and Mr I. I ('.inner ha,'.

as ushers. I' Mr. Shuford had as his beat man day night. Dec. 23, at 8 o'clockin Mr. and Mrs James Norman a fancily reunion at then home lI'i
The bride selected for her wedding his brother David L. the Catholic Center for the town Christmas daMust .t"
Shuford of reg- '
suit of light WSCS MeetingsAre I children of Georgia were ALVAREZ'
a two piece their family theirJimn.v STORE I
Lawtey. Ushers were Douglas lar monthly meeting and Christ- were with 9 KstahJLhfdlsn'l I
blue, with which she wore an ors guests of Mrs Maggie Norrr.an |
Campb.-!! and George W. Roberts Announced mas party. The hall was gaily and H..I"n <'msbm
chid corsage, and accessories of Jr., both of Palatka, and Paul 1. decorated in Christmas colors. .V r Tll T M i _
navy blue. !I! Dinkins Jr.. of Anthony. I I Ir Methodist W. S. C. S. circles I! Mae Jaudon, president pre,
Hr attendants also wore suite I! will hold their January meetingsI
< Immediately after the sided .
over the business
ceremony meeting
of differing shade of blue, with : I 'the first of next week. j I
a reception held
was at the home Delegates were elected to attend i "OLD4
matching corsages and accesso- of the bride's \' Circle 1. Mrs. L. A. Davis, leader I the I \C >
parents. State Convention in Lakelandin
rle. will meet Tuesday morning at April. Eunice Wilson gave a, For More Good I
Mrs. Dixon, the bri.le'a mother, i I Eating at Lowest Possible Prices
wore a green suit with white J Baptist Circles :I10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. H. short program. I .

and brown accessories, To H. Adams with Mrs. T. H. Slade Fruit cake and coffee were l! ,
corsage I Meet TuesdayBaptist i I
while Mrs. Massey mother of the I II f as cohostess. served" at an attractively decorated e

bridegroom, chose navy blue with \\'. M. U. circles will'i Circle 2, Mrs J. H. Bitch, lead tea table, after whirl} gifts I

black accestorie i meet Tuesday" afternoon as follows er will meet at the home of Miss were exchanged. I 1 Come e t dur
While the guests were assembling 1 : >!
Florence Wood with Miss Kate
a program of nuptial music j Lorena Epperson circle Mrs i' McClaneWoodMr. :
was played by Miss Mary i R. B. Alvarez, leader with Mrs. Struth as cohostess. Monday afternoon -

Julia Futch. Immediately preced-1! ;Dave Silcox at 3 o'clock. | ( at 3 o'clock. and Mrs. George B. Flynn \

Ing the ceremony, Miss Aliese.. Daisy Fowler circle Mrs. Maxie Circle 3, Mrs. A. Wood, leader, I announce the marriage of their i _____ f '- -'\ 4 _____- 4 -, .

Lawson of Starke sang Tenderly", I i Carter, leader, with Mrs. Freeman I will meet at the home of Mrs. W. daughter, Martha Powell Wood, !; _

Immediately following the cere Register. Sr. at 3 o'clock. i j Nollman Monday afternoon at to J. Huston McClane of Atlanta, I Super Right Fully Cooked

mony a reception was held in the Ida Darby circle, Mrs. X. O. Ga. which took place December j

home of the bride's parents. Mrs.':. Maxwell leader, with Mrs. Free- I 3 o'clock. 20 in Atlanta Ga. The nuptials : Here's Good Eat /k
Joyce Futch was assisted by Mrs.' \man Ht' lster. Jr. Mrs J. H. Du- wee read by the Rev. Walter A 1 PICNICS 31C

nerving the cake, while Mr!. W. ;Pre as cohostess, at 2:30: o'clock.I iU.D.C. Notice Brown of the Decatur Baptist r ing for your Good

Edward Wheelan in cutting and Dora Alderman circle I rII.. I church.

K Gault presided! at the punch A. Lawson leader with Mrs. G. '! The W. '1'. Weeks chapter, U. D. I I After the first of the year Mr Luck New Year's Smoked Bacon Squares

bowl, assisted by Misses Louise W. Alderman at 3 o'clock. '' (C. will meet Wednesday aft 'r- : and Mrs. McClane will be at

nixon Elizabeth Tatum, and Helen Masters circle, Mrs. F.j.,j .noon, Jan. 7, at 3:30 o'clock at the home at 1191 Ridgewood Drive, Feast! lb

Sammie Gault. JL\I!I. [flat,!. leader with Mrs. Wilbur'Scott"t home of Mrs. E. K. Perryman. i N E. Atlanta Ga. JOWL BUTTS 2SC
After spend) ; some time with 2:30: o'clock.
the guests, Mr. and Mrs ,Massey:, 'tDori Knight circle Mrs Davei r -
left on a wedding trip to 'South I1aulk, leader, will meet in the. J I,Ii lb'

Florida. Educational building at 7:30: I II HOG JOWLS 33C Super Right Fresh

Mr. Massey Is a graduate of o'clock, with hostesses Mrs. Frank II I ib C

Bradford High Srhool. class of Landrum chairman Mrs. W. J. It I Pkg.SPARE RIBS 31

1951 Mrs. Massey graduated the, Dodd and Mrs. One Wiggins. '( t

same year from Bear Creek High;!II .... Flaga Dried 24 Oz.

among School in the Alabama.newcomers Her to people Mary,. '';:;I Rivers Stubbins '1I This pre-N'ew Years lull and after Baker. Hunters Point, Calif last : I Fla. Dressed and Drawn
having purchased farm property ,. Is Luncheon Honoree Christmas exhaustion has surely Saturday and hear that Bunny
j jfMUs Grade A Ib
In this section and moving here ; gotten a lot of folks down thiS Kidd and five youngsters of Fort
several months ago. ._ -} Clair Jean Mundy was weeknever saw so many families' Walton plan to join Maj. R. G. 49CSultana
Mr. rind Mrs. Massey are residing luncheon hostess Wednesday hon- with sickness cf some sort holding Kidd in Toyko shortly -- where 15 3.4 Oz. Can :

in Lawtey where both are employed noring Miss Mary Rivers Stubbins\', reeign Sarah Lawson, Maj. Kidd is stationed for the neXt

I who is moving! to Tallahassee in Adelaide Crowson and Louise :Met' years. Fancy Western

I the near future. I':.I i Hae sound like Gravel Gertie over I December is a red letter month. BLACKEYED PEAS 1 10 o'Lib

Executive BoardThe I I Enjoying the affair were the the phone with their laryngitis,' for Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, her birthday If DA CON

i I,' Misses Nancy DuPre, Lu Green, Bob Pope, who is visiting his' is the 30th, she and Mr. Brown- 29C
Margaret Rose Adkins'l their 4bth wedding I
executive board meeting of Duncan Frances grandparents, the Judge ee celebrated

the Woman's club will be held i in'' Caldwell and Jimmie toncrief.I 1! from Norfolk, Va. came down with anniversary on the 2Sth and their --------- .._#.--------- .
I i 1 first child and first grandchild "
the club house after chicken pox Sunday wereI
Thursday 'i i Mrs. E. T. Shull, Sr., Lucille Davis, j also born in December teen-I| Vitamin ,:.c. F ,.: > =- /
noon, Jan. 1at 3:30: o'clock. | Jr. Club Notice 9' Nutleys Ib
i, '}I Mrs. Titu Olson and Louise Kite j agers Ann Johns, JoAnn Smith, Fruits &: Vegetable! OLE L E 0 19C I 1

I The regular monthly meetingof are sick with colds Got word'' !Shirley Carpenter, Judy Green Pat

the Junior Woman's Club will that Mrs. A. J. Eaves, of San Antonio !Sieg and Carolyn Edwards enjoyedan S ..,
bl' held Monday evening, Jan. 5, ]. Texas:!, former resident of I overnight party at the S. R. Large Ripe '---- -------------------------------------------

iMAN, at 8 o'clock in the Woman's Club Starke has been ill Sara Hope'' Johns cottage on Kingsley Laki: Ann Page

STARKE FLA, building Jane Trawick is in Holliday underwent a tonsilectomy Tuesday night the menu --

charge of the health program. Tuesday at Riverside Lois,, spaghetti and speaking of par-
Fri. I lionesses will be Lucille Godwin Kaufmann underwent a appendectomy ties sorry we gave credit in last BANANAS KETCHUP 14 z. Bottle
Jan. 2 3 17C
chairman, Evelynn :-ewsoml"". Friday, also at Riverside, weeks paper to the WSCS for Serv-

DOUBLE FEATURE I I Hazel 1 Ritch and Olga Davidson and as for me I'm enjoying a s-tift ing at the Big Dad annual Christmas -

"Mad Wednesday"With neck from prying into other peoples banquet-It wa the Women's LB. ....e C C Ce as eeeee.eeee-S eec eeeee ee-sneeeee
'p business, I guess, and the rest Council of the First Christian 9C
II a ruM Llojd d .who .
ot he Callstreeters are busy taking Church deserve the honur

-\ND- inventory From what i near and see _

...0... Slipped up on a wedding last around town, Santa was certainly rolls for

The LION And ,- week hear that Margaret Rob- good to some of the gala in these Canadian SweetRUTABAGAS TOILET TISSUE 3 23'

The HORSE s J erts (popular waitress at Guidon parts this year Maryann Smith; 4c

W.\U\tu OOLOliWith GnU for several years) and Julius rated a handsome new silver serv- ----_aesneeseseesees
Warren repeated vows on Dec. 22nd ice, and Wilma McClane was \ip ee-------------------cesees e area
Steve Cochnui
and are making their home in from Winter Park wearing a Yellow Our Own
Tills Cartoon and Serial G'ville. and Ada Edwards of Jack- swanky new wrist: watch Hazel Cooking

sonville and Drew Reddish plan to Guy's fond father presented her lbS
ONIONS 2 17c
Sun., Mon. Jan. 4, 5 middle aisle it on Feb. 1st heara I with new rugs for her Gainesville TEA BAGS Package of 48 33'

group of teenagers enjoyed a home, and Hazel Matthews is wat-

rabbit hunt Christmas night ins a twin-set amjthest ring t her U. White

SWORDS'POINT ondet\U\W\ \ they didn't catch any rabbits but Dirthstonej, Guess ther- are ._______________________________._____________________.__

Blc rids they had a lot of fun they lots of others, but haven t been POTATOES 10 lbS 49c lona Plain or Self Rising

IX TKCILMCOLUUWtb. (1r(({ were Judy Green, JoAnn Smith able to get around and check on

because's' I Jimmy Rowe, Ann Johns, Bury everyone yet .
Cornel \\tide and Lauren ; p" 110\11_ Green and Mary Jo Shi and Saw Holcomb and Carolyn Kent Large Juicy Ib bag
Ollara >+T oel NCakrMo le 0 FLOUR F L 2S
.eonpod p fishing over the weekend in Gull! dropping in at the Telegraph otiue $155ORANGES
l'lu. New and PIo""i tee.d 5 lb
lartoonTues. 0"d M"Iro1\ V.orwed "'. tkopt. Hammock were Blake and Bill for a few minutes Tuesday murn- bag 2Sc

., ".A raui staat, 0 plol' ''Jackson Sam Sampson and Russ in He's in artillery OCS at ._
Srroc"N end p" ---- -------------- .
Jan. 6 ONLY CoT i"- ,.. i'-(1..0. Motel it toI Eberle Fort Sill. Okla. and still has about -- -- -------------------- ---------

She's Working Her 0 tb1 'tI'oed 0''s tr"f. II' ,1\040" 0't r o..rh. Find Mary Sue Gay clerking at, IS months of service ahead of ram 33 Brand

"i'" the confectionary counter at the He WS5
"j.1 reporter-photographer
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Through bond 3'1c. Florida theatre during the holidays for the Telegraph btfore Uncle quart

Collegeix -- ::.? '" and Joan Patray is cashieringthere Sammie called Another ex- BLEACH 14C
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:'\'HAm s..... th while Josephine Johns is Telegraph staff member. Lt Js.k H ozcan C

11 \\lib MrginU :Mayo and U'nil, r. a.v k by the way, Dr. Stubbins' Detweiler, is putting in long hours FRICASSEE 49
\ ..' otth'e informs me that he will continue at Fort Luaus, Va. and couictn

jJ jittagtarill I practice here indefinitely even wangle a Christmas leave t.) Liquid Prepared

-* Neus and ('arttn-n even though they plan to move toTally i visit the home folks at K< \Eton,"

, the end of the month he i Heights He writes the u. ''tn- WANSON BONED F.7tm STARCH quart 9C
1c Wed, Th ;r. Jan. 7 S
will commute back and forth rev er's mighty cold up it those I r'.s

if DOUltLi: FEATURE; eral days a .week Billy Cres: ler and he's gonna buy another s1 ,-! llongit'S 6ozcan

is going back to Emory at Oxford 1 come next pay day .
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WHERES: H f P Haines University and Sunday Helen Those of us who had recovered Household'i':3
Joan Tenly return tMars 1

.2I Hill X. C. on Friday wide sufficiently choice from of entertainuien-Christmas had a CLEANSER quart 23C
Florence Brown and Claude
New Year's Eve, what with most HOI! MELS FLAVOR
- Jr. return to FSU on Sunday of the churches
planning Wat at
TmiXlCOLOK Marcus Brown and Kaspar Duncanwill
ROBERTSJEWELRY 1 Night programs, and the Junior
\\Ith IUy B.Ig.-r return to lb
Emory University in 1 Woman's Club can
sponsoring its annual
Atlanta this weekend CH.iCon I 35C
; A D- i! dance with Carl Roberts oreestra ..
4 Kansas Territory Kenneth Grider has been discharged ] Since the paper came A & P FOOD STORE r-.e' thin
: from the
and out
n army is early will have to report on
w: + With \\ild Kill Elliot I 'Tour Friendly Jeweler home after duty in Germany these in our next UtUl then f '\e with Beans The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. Sat., 1&DJ

A1Wevts I Starke. Florida I Don Ray Tilley called his mother'' Happy New Year. 300 East Call St.fir. .

from aboard ship the USS Mount; earolya.I .
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Mr and Mrs. Herbert Drew and Mr. and Mrs C A Geger of time a: h.s home here sop B.o: ..'.kra- j .:.:,;er : .Vlantii :
EisellllOll'erTrges \alionSupport
ctuJdre- and Mrs Delia Drew of Green Cove Springs were weekend The annual Chnstn.as program ; Beach M Ir and Mrs ? CHarley

Melbourne were weekend guests of guests of Mr and Mrs J D. at the Methodist Church on Chrucma and St Cair! and Mr ar JMrs

I Mr and Mrs Donald McRae and Doyle Eve was well attended Mrs Jirr.me Catkins of Hrlbror..r.Mr March of Dimes
UG61 \ :Mrs. J. A Drew. i I I W T Walters had charge of the and Mrs A H Barley Jr or
f fCJ
_ I Mrs R. Koolbeck of Jasper spent program which wa enjoyed by Starke and ;Mrs Mattie Met of - .

Mrs W H. Steinmeyer and Mrs.F. the holiday weekend with her son ,, all. Three gifts for perfect attendance Jacksonville Those from I..awtey [ '
V. Herlong of Jacksonville were in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs .' at Church School were were Mr and Mrs- D B Harley .

., I "' II ,1#'" III- - - ---- I, Monday guests of the Herlongs. i I B. C. Holtzendorf Sr. II given during the program. Those :and children Mr and Mrs H CHarley \ '

,! I with perfect attendance record and family and Mr ;Md I

% Comer Perryman of Jacksonville Kenneth Faqua: is horn for and the I Miss .Hazel Phillips and Miss]I i Miss\ Clara Leaman: has returned I for they were Adell Starl1r.g.r I Wells and Ernest Well- ,
spend the holiday weekend with hiparent holidays with his parents, ,[ Lucille Alvarez spent the weekend to Starke after three monthsin Merle Boatwn ht and Vera Mrs A E Masseart! ,h:: i-- II I
*. J-idge and Mrs. E. K. Mrs. C. A. Parham. He la stationed Atlanta, Ga. with relatives. I',r I
in Wayneand -
the Northeast and is makingher i Spurgeon are \ : 'I't i ;
at the Marine Babe, Quar.tico
I'errymanMm : I II 'I Ii home with Mr. and Mrs. Mr and :Mrs GV. Roberts Mrs Masseys parent- M' al'd''!

I V*. I i Mr. and Mrs Ewell Lawson entertained Carl Leaman. were'iiitir.g in Deland during the ; Mrs L. B. Hojrue a: \ tine.

I W E. Curtis of Elizabeth i, at a Lawson. family get-I weekend I I"Springs during the h'.,1.-.
Mr. and )Ir.a. W. H. Graham and i
ton. Tenn arrive Friday to spend! together and weiner roast last I Mr and Mrs B. C. Holtzendorf. Mr and Mrs. C. A. McSwain Miss Chen Re4rave d.n,i! .IP'\ "", ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Powell will attend '
heveral weeks with Mr. and Mrs. ( Friday evening for their son, Jer- Jr. and sons Donme and Ronnie, were me Redgrave of Jatk-,.m a".
the Gator Bowl game in Jacksonville spent Sunday in Ocala visiting 1 1i
Williams .
J It Kite. | who is fying back to the the hohda > .-
ry relatives. in Fort Pierce during the vacation -: spending 1. w n
on Thursday 'i iMr ii Air Force Ba' at Chandler, 1 xi.itin relative They returned their grandparents; !' t' : :\lr'S

ilr and Mra. J. D. Doyle and and Mrs. A. 1. Spencer anddaughter. i Ariz, on Saturday I i Mr. and Mrs. Eustis McKnightand to their home here Sunday ''O J Anders.

i Mrs Fay Gill visited Mr. and Aruce of Jacksonvillewere I David, were in Manning, evening
MM E T King and Mr. and Mra.C '' Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs Robbie> Shaller entertainedfive S. C. from Thursday to Sunday 1 Mrs j M Browning and son. i ......... ,... .........

G. Prescott In Jacksonville'! Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and family. couples at a birthday honoring party the visiting relatives. Their niece.. David who are attending schoolin I
taut FridayF'af Saturday evening Gainesville are spending the HEILBRONN
Miss Elizabeth Bause returned
I and Mrs Bob and birthday anniversary of Mr. Shal-
I Mr. Yancey vacation at their home here
with them for a week's'i.it..
Clearance: I)rr%-", SuHn. Mr and Mrs C. A. Yancey of ler. !!I 1,I Mr and Mrs W. H. Jones and b} MarUn NormanAAAAAAAA.4.4.j5Aj45

oath Sweater a.ndklrh! 5 day.. Jacksonville were Sunday guests of children were visiting :Mrs L H
I I H. C. Mrs Cecil Sewell and daughter -
tw" Inning Friday, January< 2 thru Mr. and Mrs Ned Yantey ;j Mrs R. F. Young Mrs. Hill) last Sunday. ALAS

7, ....Ua.* Ire..,. Shop. j I IMr i I,1: Scruggms and Miss Clara Leaman Pam. Mrs. Ovid Bennett and Mr and Mrs Walter Gibbon of Mr and Mrs J W Mathews and President-elect Eisenhower meets 1953 March of Dimes Poster

Mr and Mrs W. I* Edwards r. .ddaughter visited the Alberts & Merkel Or-., Miss Johnnie Bennett spent theweekend Red Springs :-'. c. were" guests daughter of Lake City Tenn veiled Girls Pamela (left) and Patricia O'Neil, of Raleigh N C.
Mis. chid Farm in Mandarin on Mon and Mm Charlie Parker Frednka, Mr. and ,
: of Mrs Mae Wells during last relatives here last week. To .
moved to Daytona Beach on Monday W. G Struth. Mrs Leah S. Bauk- I I' atives. wt"t'k. i gether with the Leroy Normans NEW YORK CITY-Preslit'nt- thev 're ooirplotelv! recovered' ,':npolio
of Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs. Mr and Mrs J. R. Kite and Dr. elect Dwight D. Eisenhower called thanks to the generosity ..'
Parker transferred night A at dur-
Mr. wa I | guest the parsonage they spent Christmas Day in Tav-
Martin and Mrs. It. P. Stubbins will attend Mr and Mrs. Carl LaMar Johnsof I ( on the American public to supportthe : the American people"'
there by the Florida Power & W. W. Page and. I trig the vacation pl"riod'as Mrs ;, ares with the Homer Stearns family '. He '
f I the Gator Bowl game in Gainesville are spending the 1953 March of Dimes being urged Americans i >
land of Lake City
Light Co.Capt I Merrill Yynn .Walters' brother Dr. L. A. I help the others like them by jo.i..
Mrs. Esther: S. Johnson and son, Jacksonville on Thursday.Mr holidays with their parents Mr. D C I throughout the nation:' in the March of Dimes"
I I Richard of Washington. Ii i The T. :: Normans and son and all of
I and Mrs Jimmie Pol- and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and )lr. during January. !I'I'j Later, he the
Mr. joined
Albert Crews of Camp Sid. Jr. i ( Other Christmas guests:; of the the Eldon Sapps and sons sIr'nt He joined in the annual poster
and Mrs. G. R. Rogers and Carl Johns. appeal girls in making short film
loch of Plant City, Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. a whu-i
Polk, La and Mlsn Sue Biggs of I j Walters" were Mrs Embly Harrow ,, Christina; in Jacksonville with Mr after meeting the two Raleigh.. is being shown by television .
of Gainesville accompanied std
St Augustine were holiday /guests Merrill Struth and children, Itoddy, family and son Rickey. Mrs Frank and Mrs B. J. Eggers.Grady N.C., sisters who are pictured: on I tions throughout! the nation
of Mr and Mrs Leslie Biggs. i Kathy, Viki and Nancy Lee were their mother, Mrs. J. F. Rogers of Mr. and Mrs Bynard Sulhtanand : Azbell. Mrs c. \'. Turner Mr 1! and Glt'nda'arnt's spent the 1953 March of Dimes poster.. I This ,'ear'starch: of Dm-. *

,': Christmas guest of !.Ir:!. W. H. Jacksonville, who has been their children of Allendale S. C. and Mrs F P. Woods and Miss ''last week in Orlando with his father They are Patricia 6, and five- follows the all-time record poh
'guest for a week, to Starke on of Mr and year-old Pamela O'Neil both of epidemic of 1952 which mote'than
Kate holiday in
Struth and Miss were guests
Helen Walters all of Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mr*. G J. McCnff, Jr. is herdaughH'r. : stepmother whom were stricken with polio 55.000 .
) Sunday where she visiting were stricken. At the
spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Sullivan. ''Mr. and Mrs H H. Johnson of Pitt Varnes. !' but now are recovered completely 'beginning of 1953. theft""l'
Mrs T. Frank Landrumand :t'
Mm D. A. Monteith in Eustis. I Miss Susan Quarterman of Jack- I Sarasota and :Mr and Mrs W T. Mrs R. L. Morgan and Mrs A "It's hard to believe that these 53,000 polio victims of former t
[?nville !ia spending a few days thig family for a week. I! Fall Clearance DresM-s, Suit>., Walters Jr of St Petersburg. 1 Cowart are spending a few days are the same little girls whose years still undergoing treatnvn.

week with Miss I'hoebe Green. Coati, Sweaters and Skirt, 5 daji with relatives in St. Petersburg pictures; are on the March of, with financial hop! fron UK..il
MIIUI June Ptttel is visiting her I I },fro and Mrs. :Maxie Carter haveas beginning Friday, Januar :2 thru Mrs A H Barley Sr had her Dunes poster." he noted! Now :March of Dimes: chapters
Mr. and Mrs Bill Green and.
mater Mrs. Margie Galloway, in Christmas! imner on Sunday
Buff of ---
Misses JoAnn Smith. Judy Gren., guests: Mrs Clinton 7. LeilaS ()rear Shop. :
Washington. D C. for a week. Newborn N. C. and Mrs. W. H. ceding ('hnsrras for her family family were visiting in Lake City Sunday and Sunday night Prayer AddlnllactllnN: ani i-rtabl
Barbara and Gail Howe
.Christmas Day.Remember meeting every Wednesday nightand
Mr and
Those attending were
Stalling of Jacksonville on Christmas -i J sold on IIme.-Ura.I.
were in Jacksonville on Monday. i Drew Reddish and Johnny 'lUesdsvfjpewrftrrs
Mr. and Mr*. It C'Dampier and I day; Capt. and Mrs. C. B. business visitors in 1 Mrs. Sumter Harle\ and son Deanof Church servues Sun pra.th'e'ery ford County Telegraph.
I I Barden were Jacksonville Mi and Mrs Nel-" day School, Training JJnion .Jug ht
with every
!son, Hilly spent Christmas I Mr. and Mrs. Vic Frees and family Stalling and Mr. and Mrs.' W. C. Chattahoochee on Monday.I I

Mr and Mri. P. A". Dampier in moved into their new home, denbaugh of Jacksonville last ,- -- -- ,. -.
Jacksonville.Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace .
I Tuesday in Pinehurst subdivision. Friday I and Mrs. Dave Shaw of LaCrosse -
Mr and Mrs T. C. Starling and Faulk and family and Buster War- were Sunday guests of Mr ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBe m TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTGo
and Mrs Ernest Josey and family moved into the Stock homeon ren of Jacksonville from Saturdayto
Mrs. Frazier Shaw.
mx children of Bexley. Miss. spent Lafayette street vacated by the Tuesday. i
OurCustomers I
the pant week with Mr. and Mrs. I r I I S ARLINGS To
Free h1--1: -L I L. U Miss Ada Edwards of Jackson
M., I* Lawson I Mrs and Mrs.. Raymond HoweJr.
ville was the Christmas day guestof
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Currie returned and son, David, of Greenville, S. Reddish ChurchSunday
Sheriff" and Mrs. P. D.
Mr. P. A. Dampier and grand home Sunday alter spending C. were visiting Mrs. Marion Howe i f

son. Kirby, and Mrs. Parker the holidays in Atmore, Ala. : and Raymond Howe from Wednes- i and sons. i i it

Dampier and daughter. Prue of !,.I\ day to Sunday. The Howes also t For J953AAAAlAAAAAAAAAAA I
J. S. Sapp and
Jacksonville and Mrs. J, W. Clapp I Mrs.! R. J. Davis returned home have as guests for ten days, MrsHowes Mr. and Mrs & Market

and daughters. Pat and Bobbie, of j I Sunday after a month's visit with brother-in-law and sister, Mrs. Victor Berry and sons in visited Jacksonville I Grocery I
S. E.
Mr. and Mrs Reyes
Atlanta. Ga. were Sunday guestsof her son-in-law and daughter:, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Catlin of El- I .....ww.'u ......

Mr. and Mrs. R. C Dampl 'r, and Mrs. L. F. Smith, Jr. in Mun- mira, N. Y. ( on Saturday. I

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son. I I Lois Kaufmann. daughter of '\ -. __ __ ___._ .- .-- -." -
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and J. T. Amberson of Birmingham,,
with Mr. I Fall t'K-arunre I)...- .... Suits of Mr, Mr. and Mrs. George Kaufmann.
children spent Christmas + a, Ala. was a holiday guest REAL TENDER PICNIC LB. PURE BLACK 2 FOR
to the home of
and Mrs Robert Lancaster in ('oats Sweater! and Skirls, :5 days and Mrj. Lester Kite. returned Tuesday .
her parents on the Keystone highway
Mayo. ginning Friday, January 2 thru
I 7. LriU's DresH Shop. :Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mathews and I after undergoing an appendectomy -

Fall ('.,'uanrf. DreiM-*, Suit, I daughter, Patsy and Mr. and Mrs, in Riverside Hospital C C
Coats, Sweaters and Skirts :5 days )lr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones of Or- Lowell Mathews and son, Dennis,,, Jacksonville last week. Hams 39 Z9

beginning Friday, January 2 thru lando and daughter, Burness ofWashington. of Neptune Beach and Bruce Mathew -. Pepper

7. Leila' Drew' Shop. I 1) C. were weekend s from U. of F. were home foi Rev. and Mrs. S. J. Grady left

guests of Mr. and -Mrs. Junius Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Carl I Thursday for Kis immee where

Mr. and Mrs T. E. l Herndon and Smith Mathews. they will make their home. The
children of Valdosta. Ga. were I Grady house here on Park Street .
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Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. /. Lt. and Mrs. W. 1L Edwards Ill: Mr. and Mrs. Dick St. John a.ndson I will be occupied by Mr. Grady's : '. T" ,_ .::,. .: :: _. : -. -- ,>

M KCJudd. I Ii I IMra Ii of Camp Ructerj: Ala.were visiting' Vincent, of Ocilla Ga. spenl'. foster son. Jack Dempsey and SAFETY AM rOPl'I.AI BRANDSCIGARETTES

i i, their parents, Mr and Mrs J. C. the holiday ;weekend with the V. family. Mr. Dempsey is employed

Frances Land has returned ,, Caldwell at the State Farm and S. St. John family. Mrs V. S. St:: at the Jacksonville NAS. package carton

to her home in Mayo after two ; Mr. and Mrs. W H Edwards Jr. John returned to Ocilla with he]r MATCHES 71f2C $1.08

weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs.I 1 I at Orange Park from Tuesday to, son and family for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthew-

Martin Land. '! Monday.Mr. I and daughters spent the weekend
I Mrs. Olin White Sr. was UK.
\ i in Orlando with Dr. and Mrs H
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Callahan > and Mrs. A. M. Sieg and I overnight guest :Monday of Mr. am I, B. McLendon and Mr and Mrs DIXIE LILYGRITS lEr

of Detroit, Mich are guests of daughter Pat, spent from Wednesday /Mrs.' Charles Savage In Jackson' E. S. Matthews. SOAP bars

Mr and Mrs. M. It. Judd. t to Friday of last week with i ville. 1 I Sibs 49C 4 23

I' Mr. and Mrs. F. r:. Parker" and 1 i Radar Seaman and Mrs Tnhn
I'i Mr and Mrs W. T. Jackson an,i'I
Mrs Mayme 1. Toonvy and son family in Tampa. | P. (Pat) Casey returned Sunday .
Christmas sons spent Christmas with Mr. an j I .- -; .. -. -
Emerson Kerr. spent( I II for a leave here with their pal -
Mrs. Fred Leonard and Mr. ant d I
with her son in-law and daughter,! Miss Well Landrum and Mr*. A!I ents. Mrs. Casey spent the paste
Mrs. A. G. Louden in Keyston
Mr and Mis, James O Toppms. Barley are spending this wt-el I two weeks in Norfolk. Va nTh

Jr and granddaughter Mayme with Lt ana Mrs Wayne Sargenl Heights. I Seaman Casey. His ship I I.Me'>

Eileen of Jacksonville "at Fort Jackson S C I early In January for a tout ..jfd
Mrs. H C. Scroggin of Oca!,a a LB.39c Steak
duty in the Caribbean th < goes Le49
spent the wt't'kendith Mr an' back the Mediterranean Sea
I Mrs. R. F. Young. i I to

I r..m..mLAYTEY '.. .. .. .
THEATRE Charles Pulley of Tallahassee accompanied .. -- ...
I his cousin, Miss Mary
STARKEDedicated Rivers Stubbins, home Monday for, \ OCTAON; GIARANTEED ARMOURS

a week's visit with the R. P. Stub-'; box & for ICC

To Community Service bins. Mary Rivers had spent the t bj U II. Flitchuuuuuu..Au..uJ SOAP POWDER 16c PORK BEANS 3
Moles Arc Better Than Ever" holidays with relatives in Tallahassee -

If you find jour name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I I Mrs. L. H Hill. who i.s teach ug

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. Mr. and Mrs. Fryer Cain of Forest in Fort Myers, is spending 'he TALL

Park Ga. visited Mr. and Mrs at her home here
.. Jan. 3 ONLY 1 Sun., Mon. Jan. 4, 5 Fred Leonhard in Keystone Heights( holidays Ernest Wells, who is atti-ntimg MILK 3'' 43C CHILI can 37C

DOUULE FEATURE: HIT and the Blake and W T, Jackson school at Southern College L.
families in Starke over the holi- land, is spending the holiday ner.

E q I 1IAYWORTIIGlEXX\ \ I IQ1" days. :i with his mother Mrs Mae WMIMis -f

O Arthunne Blam ha" >
,..'-J Mr and Mrs J R. Kite spent Jacksonville spent Christina icr TENDER CHUCK BEEF LARGE

\?% ., uhf'ERy \ I Christmas with Mr and Mrs E. with her father. A. M Blan, 'ut, nand

4' 1 FORD.riu ; F Dollar in Cairo, Ga. L. J. sister. Miss Enza Blam'h.n '1Mr

A._...NIl Kite of West Palm Beach spent and Mrs WilliS I,:K: Roast LB 3ScFab Box 27iTOMATOES

Friday and Saturday with the and family Whiteho'.s.;.. -, rn!'

Kites. Christmas day here with M I. \1"

.t !I, Mrs J. T. Reddish. .
8EUS Of Irs C. S. Partin was confined St. Clair Harley of H.-: .. __ ,-- ,.'' _",_ __ :_ _n: __ _: _, -'_---':-_ .- ___ -! -.."'-!

I.1 '" *;' Vincent's hospital from i! was visnting Joe liar! ; i i' c ____ BILK

Sunday to Wednesday where she the holidays.

SAN ANGELO -. -Operation lUbbit" Cartoon underwent a tonsilectom)'. Mr and Mrs W S B.gt- per can 13C PORK SAUSAGE Ib 39C
were visiting -
AN n and lanorld New
Mrs Frank Hoover spent the tf'rs. Mrs brae Wells and i M' \
> Tues.. 11'edJan.. 6, 7 <'*n>'iias holiday. with her niece, ': H Harley Sr.. on [ond'l6)0'"

,1 Mrs Edna Wallace, in Palatka. I jweek. Mrs Harley w'r.! *. iLLSBURY OR BALLARD

t.. THE RETURN 1 OFFRANK ', with Mr and Mrs. Bg: > '

M.iry iM 1 I Mand Mrs Eric Moore of W'ei'k's'iit APPLE JELLY 2 'Ib ;jar 26C FLOUR 5'bbag 48C

.1 Mt JAMES B' '::-,'n. Ga. were holiday guests I Ernest Nix Agrioulu.-; ,
ett 1
o '
iwn "y. tht-:r son-in-law and daughter ; for the Seaboard P.ailr..a''j'lting !

,,, 1.. Mr and Mrs I. G Hams Mrs \ friends in La.A.v.. .
tECHNICOlOR j '.. .- -p; : _. ._ ._- '
F '
HIT.-: and Ain. Gary returned week .
1 hom wIth UvMoors for a week's Mrs. Mae Wells ar, : : ,rr TENDER BRISKET TENDER CHUCK
lUfottV Cartoon
Plu> -U4rnjard .
VIMt r I Wells were visiting the J" r. v
g and I iteotorld News ;, familv in Altamonte Spr .-'

.t.-- (,. F. ODO.M 1 1r M-: and Mrs Paul Bridges Jr. ;' :ne Christmas I Stew LB. 28c Steak LB. 38c [
.!'d son. of Charleston S. C. and Mr and Mrs Gould M -

-- .' ,...- ', ", Thur., Fri. Jan. S, 9 Mr and Mrs. V O Brides of 'I'of Or.eonta. N. Y. and M'. .

.. ,..-,. ", / Seffier holiday of II, Mrs. J. Howard Brown were guests .
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k '- faaisis Mr and Mrs Paul Bridges. Sr. 'X. Y are visiting thr:: '. :- -: 'I :.; -.... _- -If:. n. : ."'-_ .-:
1liZ."Itq.o. A. F. J'-own. this week r." g

,. irk. Mr 0 J Phillips. Jr. and MrsGtvrce 'Ueir'isit to Florida f: .- Rare box
r large
j I ,
:=a;:: '1(4trsc. / 1 Flynn are in Fort Walton I al 1"visiting place ..' .' VEL l1C PA CAKE each 41C
k In the Southern part r.fw r ? :
9 :- .;; : from Wednesday to Sunday visiting V-w flOUR
chidrer They erpect to return :
. ;; ". .... : J Jt TGrtA'YYlif' ..r Mrs R. G. Kldi Jr. and York this weekend.

- w Plu, "Bird in Guilty Uge" Car I J. H. Moore, who has b... '. .,.

> t ion and Last Oyster of SrulV Holland of Gainesville ing in Tampa. return.i 2
f t'lus 'S ) You SSaat To Re ('uw Miss Beryl

Carturn and l' was the.overnight guest Friday I home here last :Monday can
( .4 Y. II.V7EN boy" Olyuipi TRlprRse ALCOHOL
(Champion Sport of Mr and Mrs. Harry Mocty. 1 Warren Boatwright wN .- -e- 49CI I 10C

Christmas with,
The Mootys spent ] ing with the Marines at Parr.sWcJ

'I their cousins, the Milton St. .. ,,
S. C., is spen 1 I Peters in Gainesville. -- -.. .-. .. -.- ----.- .. .- .- -

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T .. TYYTFARMER'S whether they have pigs we can our farm for any :.ength of time --.----------- -
sell before broke. Got tc because kro' TO Electric BroodersFor -.L :. .\ rt'\ .ti., ...
we go we s our fences are r r rah xe rf art
t. :
.l : r: oi" "' ..I ,'n :i' :1, .
i raise a lot more corn thu year. weak and our animals! strong HOUSEWIVES Raising Chicks :3t-. .
; : .n n-" .' 'unt} J .. .
.t. "f ,
Every tame : a .
we go away we Hr..i :: a :e dot -f 1'
just 'r.1 t' .
.ry. 'krut.l. fdr .'InlI l'I. 'Ai:.
Had an interesting letter froma about worry all the time until we USING PECANS Easy To Operate I I. ", har!g< as Executors cl l'oi..1.,\OFFICIAL SEAU \ J T'
Yl I-:': .
I atr
D I A R man at Keystone Heightsuta( I get home, and it takes away a By Alice Cromanie h.s 17th i.n r Prrrmbrr. I9 :. ". Clerk if the l'lr"j.
Electricity y lUr.an; ,
f will only allow us to identify him lot of the pleasure we should have. Food Conservation Specials is being used more lt. t tl t'andrnourt.t.L. Crosbj Dep-n i: : I
By Sam McGarvey and more for brooding chicks in ; Y landrrlqri
which using'geese -
as suggests .e.
Frozen canned
or pecan meats Florida according to A. M. rvttis,
MJTHT TO iprnuirirmlt
The author Mill be glad to re- to keep the weeds out of We learn a little every day. map t-e used jest as fresh nut farm electrification with !. Urruit ('.art. hr.:{.r In .
specialist ll.rld.i CLaaMt
calve Item of InttrMt a berry patch. We have 1 heard From Bob and Jessie : IB fkU'faret .. .
concern itI I Young we !; meats. The frozen meals maybe the University of Honda's Agricultural r.fmia* W. Ttr I'UiBttff. "S. Ann j I M Wa1.b. 1'1& !.:

ing the activities of farmer In j of this idea berore and talked learned that a gopher is a tattle without thawing as halves Extension Service. Order< Tatr Of. iVfuuUnt. Case X., >. 5 h 1>niei D welsh IktrnQ t .
i PublirdioB sad \.,lc< T.
Bradford County Suggestions maybe over with various berry growersand and we were astonished for we or chopped. ,! Because of the of -.lpprarytat. .fV t-l..rlel. ,,lice T. lp pear.To :\

left at the Telegraph office or 4 many say that the geese! it expansion '! : Ann '. Tat.-, ,... .
thought was of the rodent family j Pecans are good in sr) many \ '" h r..ld..n'rand Danul I' WaKh. xh -
malW-d to Sam McGaney, LAM ley i, will trample the berry plants. If rural electrification.. Pettis: addix ,,. M, ,> W laird. S'.rr.tXrW d ence and addres is 444 it. .
3 iI' a sort of cousin to the u ood: dishes, at every meal so let's use i I said, farmers have increased their 1rk. X. V S,Srret, New \ ..r" 36. N \ ,

I(. we can get set up properly weI chuck we knew uporth.. them to their best advantage :1 You arr r"'l l.r..t to appear on You are h ret>y r ed : .
I use of electricity for brooders. Today Januar !. ,
19 l. .i
it the basis of In the abate r'tilt for I
.. intend on
... to try .
r-AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Here are a few suggestions for 11 percent of electnfled farms I.un..d Court and ;vaus, .-la..r.in. 11\\'(<'e and r. ,-...' '
I "nothing ventured nothing gained" '' jpUi-mff I srk .11\.rrr Pradf..rdii'i.unty separation acre t
the fence nearest our new kitchen I We're selling berries alreadythis some different u*es. 'are
Christmas using brooders .
such ,
a delightful time on "Joe" believes that feeding ; TMgri'h "hall publish thu fc as been tiled ac.II.-t you "
'porch back about 25 feet BO that year and that is about three For a delicious "cake icing" "Electric 'I.-der m ntxt f.'ur ferrkl issues a Dare named Court ant! ia ;-- i
The weather was mash and scratch I i brooding: said the Witness hand .
Day. laying hens both my mud 'ftl\lal J uu are required to <> A '
; we will have more room to plant weeks earlier for us than last year. cover top of a plain loaf cake t unbaked specialistgives automatic accurately sal at :-;tarkr. E'l,-nda, this -rn'-'j' our answer or p6. '* '

warm and sunny and we drove shrubs and flowers.Ve got the is best and cites his egg production I And the-yare the largest and I with quartered marshir-al- I'rr IT 15! c onplalnt on the Pla f -
controlled heal which is
dinner I of !80 per cent "right through \IH-T1CIAL SE\I. A. J. Thomas, Att.rn.T. "'I. i .- '
Into Jacksonville and had '| fence post in without much '' 11'edo finest berries we have ever; raised. i lows over these sprinkle one cup clean and simple to operate Also. As. flrk of sold t','urt Starke Florida
'the '
Clara and the 'old winter months" as proof. I Alice packs them full the chopped that have been H\ Marian I.. >roi.t>. IVpuly l'lerkia, ad file the orlfinn: err '
with Sam'i slater ;i trouble (except for some very in pecans it reduces the fire hazard .
I common Oharie 1:. H ; ... t\
not take sides in this argument s o* Ju r ntf UifHuiUlinp 0)f the Clerk of the i t u
rest of our southern "klnfolk." pieces of fat wood which are toughto '' cup and used about 12 to top but mixed with two tablespoons granulated with flame-type brooders." '. ; Ja. WM.n\ ille. Fla 0 r before the
for we do not know. -\tt\s." fir 1'if i: 1J : I! day of Janu \ 95intherxlse
Bake : but when tc I when as aa experiment we triedto sugar. according C
consisted of seven get out vie came
Main course I a r t I I A new development in this type < the all. >.. it :'
grain fed pheasant and it'' unrolling the fence wire we were pack them the way we would cake nxripe. Serve hot cr cold. of brooding the of infra-red oncE lu AfM'KlH "xmplalnt will be : ,', i ..trssed
plump hear folks I use
Lots of times you'll IB
I lif they were to be shipped we had it's delicious either Clrrull Court Hradfard Coaatr.tFlorida t) you. I
Clara'shu.sband because it seemed that way.
stumped, .
eating. .
certainly was good hear lamps is recommended by : rhaarrr* ; This notice aha l 1. pub \
j[ say that they have quit baking to 6 I' Prunes dates stuffed with M.in.in T. !!., ?. .
Aulton is a contractor /it should be unwound in the op :I use only toppers. or pei Mr Pettis. especially the outdoor : I'Untlff. \* tKvtrrtt 'I no .a.bk for .r "
because you can buy things which bed of lettuce I : Tulbi't IVfrndant ''tOn rte weeks in the BradfordTetegrapD
the direction from the we i i can on a are '
all one
and when he offered :sa ; posite or. pyrex glass type which '* S" 111 .
I) are just as good. We were lucky excellent for salad. Pass Notice Topprar.. Dated this 10 day of !'
i But there is a cream i
wanted. However always .
really we finally gotit something
crap lumber we wanted we home made i cost more than the plain glass T>. Eartr: Talto..!, whose rrMdriue 1'1:'%.
loaded the old station wagon up. I I unwound and then stretched it enough to get some I going wrong. This time it is cutworms cheese dressing if you want a type. but doesn't break when waterstrikes i> ir\. iVnnev-tu-ut. and. (OFFICIAL SEAL A. > T't.

cookies from Frances Hamilton, I little "extra" touch. whosaddrr-- i>: !>.*: "6, tiranb, Clerk of the Cln'i"ly ,
the berries
taut the tractor for eating and we ,
It was wonderful to be together by using fruitcake from Bess i I it while it is hot t'unu I liar tan L Crosby. IVpu't1J t

with the family on Christmas ,. pulling power. Took two piecesof and some : thought we had licked the rascals, j Sweet potatoes are tasty anyi One advantage of the heat lamp You are hereby notified ttit a'' :. t
Andrews and defy anyone tc suit for :
Day. hardwood board, drilled two we I but it looks as though we'll have i way any time but try adding pecans I brooder is the elimination of the Pi\crce | "nfU.t11nI't'lau

I I holes and bolted it to the wire buy any nearly so good. Sam'ssister I to dust again with a mixture of I to them and you'll have a hover. This makes it possible for has been filed against you Jn tb.1 j 1aboe Clnrtt ....U. .....n.r.. 0....'. .
:Marion made us a fruit > named Court and cause and i I'1.lelal In l'kr.eerr.John .
Old Santa Claus did not forget and then had the pull distributed 15; per cent DDT and 5 per cent I double treat that's doubly nutri j the chicks to be observed at anytime you are required to acne a copy of I U ?!Itemrtllr- IM.i ..' .;

stolen and that too was delicious. ] The your answer or pleading to the'' 1 latel) M X..!!I.-'''. efrndai'
us. Alice received among other over the entire end of the wire. pesky things can tious. I With one of these brooders i' .
complaint on the PUtntitX'l'Attorney Case :\
present a meat grinding attachment I,I But we have to make a new one, ruin a lot of berries. I To candied sweet potatoes add a a single: 250-watt lamp will supply T Frank La mi rum I I'Starke .tut Ire To Ippear.To .
t I Our rye pasture is trying ,
for her Mlxmaster and olioI. for it was not long enough and few toasted halves to mashed heat necessary for 100 chicks under Florida !! Haiel M. Nettles. "h.lence '>
and file : < :M
of Ii3
I' and except for the sandy th.'rlilinal in the office < and address is
can't wait to try It out. Sam was the top wire and the bottom one prow Still haven't done anything I!, sweet potatoes add chopped nuts general Florida conditions. the Tlerk of tAe Circuit Court on. i terry Street. Mobile. Alabama

tickled to death to receive what were not even with the others. I patches it seems well. to'As be coming about the sod worms which are i t that have been heated on top of ,, "The lamp should be placed IS, or before 19 day the t.f January. 1953:; ; i!itotherwise suit You for are herel.y notified '.!. .

he thinks Is one of the best farm But as !It !Is the first fence we've I along pretty rye pas wrecking our house pasture. We stove in a tablespoon of oleo ori inches above the litter for the first the allegation of said )! Dixi.rce I
ture contains; 13.2 per cent total Complaint will re taken cunfrsstd 11 has been filrd tint ou r, '
i I as ana >
Morrison'sFeeds unassisted think it is think that chlordate will fix them and then raised 2 inches each
books ever published: put up we i butter jweek by you.This ilxixe named Court and ,'." ;" .
I digestible nutrients we are hoping ; good but have been undecided I' Mr IVttis said notice shall! ti. .
and Feeding and he reads ok. week fallowing published you are required to *er\e .1 i \
that it will hurry up and grow as j i Remember pumpkin I once each week for four ronaecutive I your an+wer or pleading !
about the method of cost < much I ,
!It chance he getll.'e application. 'This brooder doesn't a ," '
now every it !,: pie takes on a "party" look when 'I weeks in the Bmdford County Telegraph j 14 oniplatnt on the Pl.i.i
need as soon as possible.
seldom make suggestions to newcomers I i Finnegan the water pump developed we I Guess we'll try to spray a little halves before as other types although it u-es; Attorney T Frank l.uuli :,'
t topped pecan i 1,1t'd this 17 day of December Starke, Floiida.md .

to Bradford County who ,, trouble with his water One which has held it patch with wtttable C. and see I baking. | more electricity in operation. 1195":. :__ __ __ I'. the the orminul tn the off. '
to farm here but : thing I what happens. The Extension specialist pointed (U1'I'I'I.u1.1 A. J Thomas: I''he( Clerk of the Circuit: C, '-i'- ror
are planning ;: seal and he was leaking badly back Is the lack of enough rain. j j I ClerU of the Circuit Court before the
from now on our standard advise i! co-me I I out however that a person should By Marian L. Crosby Deputv Clerk i: day of January, l?."..
had and fix it. :
will be: Yes. this is a wonderful so we a man 'We haven't had a good soaking I Comfort's back is about covered I Cattlemen Urged determine whether his rural power 1!,19 4t '9 ,UherwUe the allecMUm of I
i He fixed the water seal, but before rain for a long long time now. 'Complaint will be taken as c', nfed -
place to live but after you buy a.. with bumps from cattle grubs, sc : To Keep Improving line* are dependable before investing M riK OF I\Tt\T10\ by you.
the Sam
I day was over was We get a light sprinkle now and : we rubbed rotenone I facility. Rela- ICt:(.l"nU: FKllllOtS MMI: This notice shall he "\lI'I-t: ,. I
of this book. some powderon in this electric .
farm go buy a copy back tinkering with !it because it the dew somewhatand Stock In 1953For Notice! is hereby given that the nce each week. for four roii-. \\I' \ .
I I then and helps it in an attempt to get rid of independence must be had before underaujned. under the provisions .weeks In the Bradfuid (*, ui>t% 1'<
was water bound and goodness ( there is not as rapid evarpo- i I nf Chapter :0,953 l.a ws of Florida, graph
I '
around to moving them. When we butchered butch;, I such undertaking is made. .
Finally got I knows what. Finnegan is like the ration In the Winter), but add continued progress Florida |: A.-ts of 1911. will register with the !, Dated this 10 day of n, ru. <
we saw how much damage cattle "ItV: always wise to discuss the ;Clerk! of the Circuit Court in and I 19St
neurotic person who haunts adoctor's these all up and you still can't I cattlemen were urged today byj j fur Ftadford County. Stale of .. OFFICIAL( SEAL A J Tl 'rr.
grubs do. with the I .rl-I
can current power j of of Clerk of the Circuit! t'.. .
office he's not where of Florida I upon receipt
; sure for it is too the University Agricultural -
farm j
plant on our t 'I and with of farmers in the area tion of this notice, the fictitious Ly Marian U Crouby. Deputy ctrl k
FRIG1DAIRETHERE'S the pain Is, and we suspect that dry. We need a good rain. Experiment Stations tc! electricity to learn I name of lI t.lrIntel under which)' i! i: it :
Getting our first cuttings of I who are using
: all it is is that he craves attention. e make every effort to improve WB are engaged in business at l.awtey ,
of the service, Fla 'OTIC.t.o rrKuim
broccoli and it certainly tastes the dependability i
I Since we've been here we've I their feeding and breeding programs Cecil and Frances Whltehead.Law \ ('Ices.. ('..rt. Bradford <'...!?.
JUST ONE good. Seems to us that the first I Mr Pettis said. ley, Fl.v.luted I Klorldai, !. ("kaarerr.Josef .
I I Well, we're doing something wasted a lot of time hunting messes that eat from in 1953."Cattlemen I "But." he added "anyone planning j I this llth day of December Uoldluar apt known .>
you a
FRIGIDAIREMade [ these days that really hurts the around for a board or two to do :' taste best. crop have made fine pro. I! to replace worn-out brooding ;I County A D 195, Florida.: at Law-lev. ITadford I Joseph Mary Dolditsar.Waldinffer.Defendant Plaintiff -

only by General old pocketbook-feeding our two some mending because the scrap I' a gress in 1952, but there remains I I equipment or planning to start I 1l/1: 41 1'.i|\ Cast .V- ,

Motors Corp. AH other hogs "out of a sack". But our I lumber we have has been scattered Never load your car or truck I i much room for" improvement on I! brooding chicks, should consider i I II NOTICE TO .'''''CUt |I lotlre To: Mary T. Appear.lloldlsaar, x. hoar rdencu > ..

corn and cull sweet potatoes are all over the place. When we I many ranches, Dr. T. J. Cunha : In Circuit Conrt. Bradford ('...(' and aJJre.su Is I'nknrxn
I that electric equipment.
Electric Refrigerators' are so you can't get at your I i ''' .1 You hereby notified that t
Florida In Chancery.Alfredo are
gone so we've got to buy their back the load from Jacksonville head of thE Experiment Station brooding
brought electric
spare tire i is a good rule. We Information on I I'nil, Tlamtiff, >e. Maria, cult fur
made by other companies I feed and. at a little over 6c a I we decided to correct I II animal husbandry department de i,' be obtained from county }'tzza, Defendant. Case No. $547 DUorre
and cannot use the word I the can vouch for it, for when we clared. is be that can I lre To Apnrnr. ,I has been filed agalnit you in the
pound that hurts. Feeding rack "It to hoped
I that so we built a lumber were returning from Jax heavily agents or from the Agricultural 1,0...: Maria 1'izii whose residence: above named Court and uu-e .":..1

Frigidaire. I big( sow Henrietta 1-2 pounds in back of the cow shed and puta loaded they will continue and increase 'j I ExtensIOn. .C'..,n.lce.. University of and addles h.: 116 Tine Street, Patterson you are required to *er\e a "py ..'
I we had a blowout and it N. J, your answer nr pleading to Hi.-
I daily and the gilt Higgie the little roof over it. It took time !I their efforts for improvement of I I'Ulntiff
i I would have been a big job to un Florida Gainesville. y..u are hereby notified that a complaint on the ; -
Want A GenuineFRIG1DAIRE Figgie 3 pounds. At that rate to build, but it will save a lot of their herds during the coming suit tor Attorney. T Frank. tiidrtiro
I load to get at the tire.We're MVTICK I Divorce rare and custody cf Pt"rke, Florida.
we figure it to be a race to see I time in the future. I II e year. !I 1 Notir i iv heiehy given all creditors minor child and file the original In the <>ffi,'.. ,d'

? ? 9 9i I Ii Feed is still the No. 1 problemof and claimant's of the Estate of;has been filed against you In the the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,'n
I I going to write and get a ,, Rhoden deceased are here-j i above named Court and cause and i for before the
THEN SEE i We're feeding all our cows (the booklet which identifies and de- lit e:*tock producers and Dr. Mathew required to your claims and j you are required to serve a copy of'I 12 day of January, 19a3., ,
ly .
: + tComplaint
Cunha urged all cattlemen to endeavor I duly with theirvmtv I your answer or pleadings to the otherwise the allegations i >
feuu e have) something every day scribes the no .unt. I will be taken at tent(. i s-
; i trees of Florida. WeI : .hhi,,* of Hradford ('nt t nl}. complaint on the Plaintiff 8Attornev
for show to increase their feed production I : T> Xloriran. ed l,v you
now and we have to they months from
E. H. SMITHTenth b\.OS want eventually to know what I* Florida within Hifrht .
by expanding improved of the first notice hereof 607 Clark Building, Jacksonville, This notice thai) t> putiiuhdonce
the lack of good grass. They the fil.np; week for four '
practically everything is that Itt !>. ember.Ow.n .i Florida, each c"iiie< uMve -
tin2: :th day <
?> .t..i
around the barnyard a lot pastures, judicial use of fertilizer and file the original In the "fflce c>r r-eekii In the HraiU'Til t'"un'TTelegraph '
and Temple Ave. hang prows crawls or flies over our III:;:!.
and \.lmr IIW'< l I'rk..r the) Ouuit Cnurt on
; ;, planting temporary pastures V Tthod. .
1C and about knock us down l Ihi'MiFFU'IAI.,: 1 Hit .f /11 mi1'ttnl
\ just -
1\ farm. And this is especially true ',.' .' 4t 1 .r I I..f-r. tti- .
Starke Fla. a el when we feed to the chickens i making more hay for later use !1"' i.n ...r .J I 1fI"] !'. .C I I' .'
carry of trees for we think we cani (HeVilso 'h, ,, 'i,' .. .' I. ,. ,,( "ad Jo\1.1: A I "''h.n ,..,
+I l ))Guts 0*UAim Sara WIT MUff or hogs. We hope to "turn I i emphasized the importanceof o"'If'r'.. .,. Arta' r ..,.. .,
I make a little money by raising '1 1 II !' ; T \ I :" i \ : l b t K. it- i nl"to >te- ,.
!i adequate protein and mineral! !f. 1
them loose" on some pasture soon, 11 I I L t1 H"1 \ \ 1'1 \ : I
trees as this country does not .
supplements for livestock. r,. I,. }j. t Tn h' hr p""IIMhtI
and we'll be relieved when we do raiseenough Thd x .
pulpwood. '
I ,. Because a bull is purebred d,)(- = -.
for we hate to see animals hungry. -- - -- --
e I not mean that the animal will be4 BBBBB HBnBBBBSmaBB BmEarl
Alice that are having
reports we
I a satisfactory breeder the Experiment
Every time we look at our ,: a lot of trouble with aphidsand I GROCERIES
I Station explained.
fence we're reminded of the nursery -
,, the is
FULLY EQUIPPEDthe is I For best results in 1953 Dr. Cunha
: rime about "London Bridge
the fact that the infestation Ij MEATS
j advised cattlemen should use only
Down" but in this case
Falling ,
most modern and efficient equip- I is on several small Crops all ready high quality purebred bulls and

ment available to the profession is I, it is, our as soon fences as the and posts gates.we However have I I II 'I to harvest. So we have to be I'they,! should see that their bulls are FEED

used by this funeral: home in main- careful of what we use. i adequately fed in winter so theytail
I drying now are ready we'll treat t

lining its well Service.known standard of 'I'them and start to mend our i:i.: Drove into Starke one evening I In the) be spring.in good"Buy breeding purebred condition bulls Phone 339-J 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North

fences. 'I: during the holidays and were absolutely I Prices in this ad effective thru Sat.. Jan 3
I I that are big for age and have good Quantity Rights Reserved

1 I[ amazed at the big change I body conformation" he recom .
As it is now we hate to leaveHew for the better which has occurred TTTTTTTT TTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMTMTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.mn.nrm.

DeWITT C. JONESPhone during the four years we have \ mended Dr. Cunha also made thesei i I 1 FRESH GROUND; EELHECK

7 Starke, Fla. I To Relieve lived here This County is really recommendations to cattlemen for

r. ......4 ___"."... Bronchitis i i!,1 growing! e fl953 I Give: more attention to control HAMBURGER Ib 4SC GRITS S'bs 43C

Funeral Director Ambulance Service : Between Finnegan the wateri I' of diseases and parasites external

Comfort the black cow. and
i i pump. j I and internal of livestock Isolatejnetclypurchased
Our local funeral hOme 1 Creomulsion relieves promptly because Henrietta the brood sow we're
enables as to offer conveniences and I animals for &tI
it into the bronchial system to j SMOKED CWNTKY
services not otherwise available. help loosen and expel germ laden always busy. ;I least a month and have them ex

and aid nature to soothe and hog was out, got her back in. veterinarian beforei
phlegm amined by a
.. .,.. Ib
inflamed bronchial the water was off. ?o we
heal raw, tender I pump i allowing them with the herd. Have 39C Ibbox26C

lee furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and membranes.\: Guaranteed to please you fixed that and just as we finished new animals tested for tuberculosisi BACON RACKERS

accept ANT life Insurance policy in force iBsafW d l by ANY or money refunded. Creomulsion has Io let us know that Camforwas and brucellosis.
stood the test of millions users. i i
company, u payment In part or in full on a funeral. in the kitchen garden, SO we j Treat all bruises and wounds

Consultation carries CREOMULS10Nitlicm had to chase her out. Wish we. AND BRISKET
no obligation. promptly to hasten; healing and MEATY lUll '
I.1"11'. II -I -1.-1 .." Couffct, Chut Colds Ant Brocckitit I knew how to write rhymes. i'! infestation. 1
prevent screw-worm

-- Inspect Keep a close the cattle eye on frequently.the market STEW BEEF 29C RICE S'bs 59CSTHEAIiOLEA

1'r and plan to market when the highest .

in ; prices prevail
r I Make pverv effort to obtain
1 1 1 :
1 maximum utilization of feed


1S F w. SOU I 11E "GO t 5 5 IP

,r .i r .t q,,. price i I, By "Shorty"- DRESSED: AND DRAWN .1 1 to 5 Ibs.

x'w"r iI I,,
a Ib
4 C"SU''I
rt 1 C fO i HENS S
tl i" .x' Ibs 4.89

;; + r .aY .. t, Check the extra-value feature# yvu get with 25
fJ r j
Check the a., :
--4r f the brand new Cooper Deluxe. I \ I t;i,
5 ,, '
,9 ,;, easy'-on-the-pocketbookprice- least 20'f i ,,;,!' f .1 'r'' LARGE: RED) ROEMULLET I
.. t y below regular first line tire costs. You'll I 1 _kI Ib

agree that here is the best tire bargain in I ; rTI ;. f

years'! So act now and save! I l.--( !sFISH 3SClio'BACC02fins'lor

E R D E .v X Check These Features ..)NNNMNNN.MNN',.,., .:wc>: 1Sc I

0 P "Pete's polite, always waitin SWEET Sll
C osa is Smart New Sidewall Design on ladies first!

th e neYtf n tt EEC 3 C-41 Cold Rubber Tread, Longer Wearing NrNN.NNN .NNNr LEO Ib 12C .f'IRE I

sn QS pRA N t Armored-Cord Blowout Protection Politnev, and courteous !sen-ice

:,+ Y GU l Ear Safety-Stop Skid Protection t i with the
a OMB re got> band-!n-hand top Ib jar
n aural ;ado b ruises e 1 Year Road Hazard Guarantee MORE 3
life o9 tins)occiden slru tot tailu(e quality products we offer ).ou. WITH MEAT ORDER OF $3,00 or LARD 39C I


'' to 11 YeOr outstb loWoutslx SALT ,, .aJ! =, i

bleats, t.

" .w $1 0.75II Ih W Ibs ARC t


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.a l. F. DINKINSL Kaiser Frazer IienryJDEILERSIlP I'" I

-* __:: ,. r 1 [ We Hove Plenty of Choice Beet Below Ceiling PriceP.GE

Temple .A'-e. Ph. 32
''-Tr-iM* '1 PHONE 7S STARKE, FL.\. ,I .
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arta .leas: otherwise the allegattons ot f11\"llr. t'IIlt04y: and ('.w' "
s \ !'AId l'.rnplalat will be taken
as confessed minor child
"In 1951 there were 54000 accident i by f'tI. has Men fIled against yru .,
e in the stAte; I.O.li were This notice shall be published shoe named C.'urt and ('au't
.once each week tot tour consecutiveseeks '..;; are reuxred t" "r,. a.: +
BY CLINT 80NNER ,auseJ by improper passing thu'un !- In the NradfonS ,'oun&) Tel.- : 'ur answrr \r pf'adlntr to ihr
raph plaint on the rlalnClff'a At' "
collisions I and; following toe Ray S.l4n. S.idea Bu .,tDatons
I Dated tbs: :0 day of December.
Beach_ Fiends
closely \rea.enJ collls1. t'.sL" reminded 1- ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) .\. J. Thomas and file the on.lnal In the i'ft..e !
Kirkman. "It is safe toa&ume Cierk ?.f the "IT'un Court 1' C.rlo If the C"tr'ult Couror -
9y Marian! 1. Crosby, Deputy (,Iukl'HtU 'I. before the Ii day If J-,l' ,
that both instances the
How Firm Foundation : tn !i UUth..I... the a11elfat"-
a cause can be indirectly laid: to the'' 'AId!! l'.mrlant! will be taken esteased ,
Methodist Church Presbyterian Church slowpoke driver." 'Ulln to IrrEtRI. I I by "\1\1.

j I eire-lilt ('...rt. "radftfN (.....'. This notice shall be puh;.>: I
The Flnt Methodlat Church ot Sunday School at 9i5. : The favorite hymn of Andrew Jackson j olln: TO .tPl'I:\R t tla Florldat I. t lancer}. ':I once each week for four comer ..
Marie Herndon Cr'hy. Fiainttff. Till III the Bradford County r. :
attend I'I'I Class 10 C'lre-all C .lIn. "r..v"a (-.1. ,, ,
I Starke invites you to aerv1 friendship a.m. JOSt'ph. l'r tl..f..ndant. crapla.
Sunday IT TOOK A R.\JID.BOILED fighter to bring the Robert Keene, an asslst.tr.t to London's Baptist Mtn' I rloridat la 1'haareryM.nnte Case So ...57 I Dated this !I day of De,.. .. .
I 1 Ices c.f: worship on the tint I Morning service sermon "The Nation to Its knees. And Andrew Jackson bier Dr. John Rrppon In whose book the htn1 Marie J..hn..n. Platnttff ea I l.IIee To) Ippear ills!
of the New Year. Church at Creek foe Indians in the South' first appeared WIder the title, "txceeding Great : .bd..nll.e 11.)ward Johnson. D fen-. To: Joseph C. ('rc\sbv. whose rut OPPICIAL SII.L) A. J, Thomat'lerk "
Land of ginnlng Again", that After eonquemg
I .
1'15 i dank "':01"" Xo. 9545wlee dance aid address Is: l'DkDOWD.i.ur .r the l CIrealt .
School Regina at 9(5: with a Sunday the self-ltyed! general'marched Into Sew Orleans and Precious: Promist"S. T. .,pp..arl I II are h.-rd. nft.'d that a PY lIarlan 1. Crosby Deputy t'rr..
School 'clus for every age 11 a.m.Vesper in 1815. Impressed recruits to add to his Tennes'aeana On the grounds of the Hermitage just off the To: lIand"\'III" Howard John.on'' !'Jt: r::>r nu; u :
Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell Chime 6 pm, and with ID army of only 6.000, slashed Into Lebanon Highway 12 miles out of Nashville lie the : whoa, reudrncr and liddn'.s 1.: Cn-'I -
voup British Gen. Pakenham' 1,000 veterans. Burning remains of President Andrew Jackson. On the same I i, ..noWD. I
at You hereby noUflt'd that aI
will preach Sunday morning with vengeance for ill treatment In his yoath while grounds the general once built a little church and I Butt forVi"or are
11 o'clock on the subject "Pre are St. Mark's Episcopal a prisoner during! the Revolution Jackson cut down hired I preacher so hb beloved Rachael could 'A'or- And r..te.ra.tion of maldea'
Ye the Way of the Lord." Holy 2.000 English troops with the amazing loss of only shIp and sing her hymn and he promised her many name tooocoa 1
administered Hey. Ita)mond F. ladUall1Niu.'dule killed and eli wounded. But hard-boiled as times that he would joIn the cburch. But Rachael Us been filed against you In the
Communion win be seven
the Jackson died before wOld Hickory" anove named Court and cause and
Old Hickory" was he held In tender respect got around to
this service. I "U are required to serve a copy of /
at of S.nieew
rtl1g1oul devotion of his wife whose favorite hymn fulfilling his promi.5e. her he !said "Hea'enrill our answer or pleading to the rom-
The Senior and Intermediate I SUSU.U'S was "How Firm I Foundation" cot be heaven for me unless I find my wife there"In taint on the Plaintiffs Attorney

MYF will meet at 6:30: p.m. Sun. Nobody knows who wrote the old) hymn. It was 18-15 a group of friends caned at the Ht'r. I Joseph K. skipper.1 Graham
9:45: a.m.. Church School 11 first published In 1"g7. a year before Jackson settled mitage. The old warrior was dyin He had for" ham Building Jacksonville. Florida f
day for their regular program I be- his enemies"collec'ely" at least And h ,and file the original In the office I Ilof
'a.m., Morning Prayer d Sermon; In Nashville as a young )lawyer lId two years the Clerk of tht' Circuit Court on
roedlng. I fore George Washington was made president. As had joined the church the Presbyterian Church .Qr before the
Sunday evening' at 7:30: 1fr II I' 631); p.m., Young eople's 1'f\- the hymn was printed under the Initial, wK, Its 1n Xash'il1e11 his bitterness was gate and h. : 19 day "f January. 1937: ; I I II II I II

Mitchell will the subject ice League.11OLY. authorship has l been attributed to both George wanted only to join his wife. He asked the group to 'I'' other"'I..e the allegations of aid I I
preach on I Keith and Thomas Kirkham. It Is doubtful that gather around his bed and sing the favorite hymn; Complaint will be taken a. can:
"A Summon from God." I ('()\nnslOS'1st. : either wrote It More likely the author was ate of his wife and hiJ. E'sl'ed by YOIl. 1
This notice shan be publahPdonce :
Special music will be furnishe.i by 11 3rd. Sunday I
Sunday J
a.m. each week for four
c.n"r uttrweeks
The Youth Choir. "How firm Q foundation, ye saints Gf the lord, "E'en down to old ae oil My people! shall! ore in the Bl'alifonJ:101)' Telegraph. -
7:30: a.m. Is bid for your faith in Hs excellent Word! My $Overeign, eternal unchcnecbe! love; .
.11 children between the ages .. hotn acid And when! Mary hairs snail their temple adorn, ,
..UU.I .\\' Whet more con He soy then to: you He Dated this 17 day .r I' a
or 6 and 12 are invited to attend You who unto: Jesus for refuse; hose fled? like lambs they shell stili In MV bosom be borre. 19J! .
the 11l1drtn's Hour held each 7:30: p.m. Litany d Ieditation.i :, OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. T! ., I' t

Wtdnt"'lay afternoon Ilt 3:1S.: i p.m., Choir Rehearsal "In every condition; In sickness, in health, "The saul that en Jesus hetn leoned br repOse, 8y :Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, l'lr l"'I"\,;!:.t '. .i

the Woman's In po-ttrty'a tJe, cr cboundlng In \IIeclth; I will not I will not desert to: ,ts foes !! )1. I. H }
Sponsored by
At bone end obrood on lend, on the sec That soul, though all hell sh3uld: endeavor tJ shake. _
Society ot Christian Service a. ;St. Edward's Church As your days may demand, shc'I! your stren,th III never, no, never, no, never forsake: I ,nTHlluU'I'\1I .
four sl's..lon study "Understand- : In 'lrruiC (C'.ur' IIr.d..rd Count
be ,
ever I-'I..rld. : in 'hanrery.J.n
will he by Sunday Mal at 9ti: : a. m. 4
log the Bible; taught I L. Durk. 1'181nllff. l T. !n.J RR

Mr Mitchell during the W'ednea ,, Weekday Mass -c30: a.m. Ill)' Jr lurk.. 1\'f..nd.I,'.,10' ., ';,:,h the kind of f pcrfom1ancc that makes

day evenings In January at 7:30'm : Children's Class Wed. 3:00: p.m. 'I II see T e i} \utlre Tn Appear
and let
I II of car drop by
I HI')..tonl' Ifelgtit'' II I To: Tnmmy Joe lurk who-,' re.i.'knee I- you your ,

1 (j\\'omen's Club) I II \\ address is tVt'Irt'fia.110. e okl.lh"III.1" T.t: Burl anjhu.e \..,I.I us till your tank with

yYyYyyYyyyyyyyyYyyYYYyyY.EdIwe Sunday Mass ht, 3rd. 5th Sun. I I' O.I Box lx4, %Yrlrrtk.i.\ Vkl.th''ni.i ,

11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m I Y'ur for are herrky no\1rl..1 Ihat 11'Ult ;

,, Confessions before all Masses I Dh'orct', custody and 'nlr..1 .01 CROWN GASOLINEcor ,
minor child
1:30: p.m.Church. I I DlatrtbuUd by Illustrated Features Syndicate, Btrmtngham. ala. h.ty .hr..11 tl.l:: :aga'n, -r } "'I In Ih..
I Ia .,,.,,,,.. .' nun. .I "' 'u ..ml. ..n.__ .i'ur ...,1',I .
; v".i .1' ,,,?:r..1 I .. \.1. .1I r
of God I tvltflvrlyvyvyyTyYyyyyyly. son Man ulm and wife Margie, I \ \ .,',-t. i." I I' .
left last week for a short business Jr. Ii 1..." '" I i. 1 I' \ . \ EXTRA
,. U \ The Owmsbeys have moved intG vl':: ,' I" :\' ,.: ,' I: ,, CROWN
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng tll Ellenton. : .
i I BROOKER it..t: ': : I I'i i f.d.! I
their new home. I .
Worship 11 a.m. Evening I ",1'
Harry Edwards was home .
i iI 'I. '
,1 C Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service I I Washington. D. C., to spend the Two new enterprises have been I Tuesday 1:30 Prayer Meettng I Grate G. itighamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA added to the business life of Keystone ,
p.m holidays with his family. I .
-- motor Iuds the thorough
dependable plus
in the
I 7:30: p.m. Thursday. ; a new gas compa y : \
-- -
taw tcy Recent visitors at the Gent McKay building and a new electrical type of service we render assure

Short Changed? Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Ilolidd) Partin' Stokes home were Mr. and Yrs. company in the 'Ownsbe,

Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv- The annual Christmas Patty of Dave Gainey and children of building ATIENTION you of carefree, low-cost tranportation.W .

the Brooker Home Demonstration Palatka and lr9. Verda Pate and .
IRE" an' ing Saturday, 1:30: p.m. I Ii ,
The of "F brims
try Club was held at the Community i daughter of Macon Ga. i If You have
instant picture to mind Slow Poke Drivers carry a C'omplttt' stock 01 famous
your )
trs. Lawrence Wiggins
Cfnter. : Mr, and Mrs. Freddie Clark, of.
your own home going up in:. Church of Christ I and Irs. T. W, Iarkey served as Lake City were recent visitors at I Are Dangerous Too I PIXE OR CYPRESS ATLAS Tires and Batre'ries, H'arrantt&J
in it Corner 10lh and :\lclaboli II by Standard Oil Company, and sold and
flames and everything hostesses.The I
: the home of Mr. and Irs. LloydClark. :
I Atlas! JC'altTs.
I serviced by over 38,000
destroyed. I I Bible School-tO A. M. Christmas motif was car- I The Florida Highway Patrol

If that happen, Fire Insur- Prt'achlng-11 A. M and 7:3up. : \ rled out with a small tree holding going to dO something to speed up ,I Large or Small Tracts

ante provides the only certain M. I gifts to be exchanged by the mem- 7.Y..Y..TTTY the highway slowpoke I

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study bers. Patrol Director H N. Kirkman : JVe Buy All
indemnity you'll receive to;
I each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. says that while !){It't'd is a i
help rebuild. He sure that' Miss Dorothy Ross county home Keystone Heights
you Everyone welcome. and several major cause of traffIc accidents l I':1Y TOP PRICES
demonstration agent,
your insurance is adequate in' the driver who daydreams and

the light: or today's prices! ,I I ('III'Ueli ()....Jt s..., ('IIIt1 T i lof Ing the discussion members on gave"What an ipterest-Xmas IIIN.: Sara MIh'naldAAA : i drives at a creeping rate i3 a I LB.ed( ) ALVAREZ '

: W 1.\Tft U.U' S.1INrSServices : I menace en the highways.
Adequate Fire Insurance is each Sunday In old M\-: I Means to Us". AAA ALA AAAAAAAAAAALAAA I Write or Cull

your best bet! Call on I I II. sonic hail on E. Call st. Sunday I A covered dish luncheon was I The Keystone Heights Com- highways"The fellow at any who time pokes, never along paying the. SERVICE STATION //

School 10 a.m.. Sacrament Service -I served at noon. I munity Church will begin the new I II
: attention to the
any particular B. T. THOMAS
6:30: p.m. Everyone welcome. Mrs. Howard Douglas was year with a Communion Service
I ; long line of traffic that he is holding -
\ hostess at her home to the Ladies j next Sunday. Jan. 4. After the

H. Ca WALL I\i Vt NTtX OS'f.-\L IIUNF4y(1ICRCII Fire Auxiliary. for their Christ-I'' service, the regular annual congregational i up Is also"a traffic hazard in LUMBER CO.
I his own right, declared the direr I TIRES TUBES BATTERIES
;i I mas party. meeting will be held. : tor. PHONE 211-J -
AGENCY \ Sunday School 10 a.m. The Christmas motif was rar- i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alport
\ I The legal speed limit in the state P. O. Box 735
Morning Service 11 a.m. ned out In the decorations of the wish to thank all their friends for
is 60 miles hour In the daytimeand I STAUKE FLA.
Phone llG( Evening Service 1:30 Wednt'lda p.m.Prayer I home, and refreshments sen'ed. 'i the cards and flowers sent to Mr. 50 miles per per hour at night, I Phone 60 Temple & Call Sts.I .

I Meetings ) Gifts the his illness. Ili is '
were exchanged by Alport during
200 1Call Street 'night 7..t5 Saturday nigh. \ I. with regulated speeds in certain Jr
p.rn I m..m b t'rs. home now and impro\'ing.

.Starke. 7:45 p.m. I The next meeting will be held i ii Mrs. Louis Olson suffered a
i at the home of Irs. Ernest Ed. i ii heart attack on Christmas day

i wards, on Jan 12. I II I and was taken to the Alachua

I II I I Cpl. Julian Green, son of Mr. ,.: General Hospital!' in Gainesville

I I Welcome the New Year in Church and Mrs. Dave Green arrived from I She was staying at the time with I

i Detroit lich. where he Is sta.tioned '"i Mr. and trs. Tullis. It is hopt'dI l

I with the Army. to spend she will be able to leave tht.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke : the hol1daI.i I hospital soon.

i Mr. and Irs. A. Miller had as .
Mr. and Mrs James lIouS'r 01
holiday guests. Mr. and Irs. I
I I Jacksonville spent Christmas II'I I
Charles Uan'e-y. of Boston Mass.
I Keystone Heightlth MrHouser
In\'Hes You Chief Petty Officer H. C. Rouse I
I s aunt Miss\ GertI'udt
I and trs. Rouse and children. Conway -
NiNTI( ASSlT.\L W.\TCII NIGHT SERVICE and 'Jackie-. former local Houser.
"SpikE' Yance who has heel
residents. wt'rf''isitir. relatives
.1 Complt'tc Program I in Japan and Korea for the lao:
and friends rt'i'entlv Chief Rouse
i : 18 months is home on a 30-ch\
and son Conway also a Navy
.:30 TH, 12:01Sllgllg I leaveHe will report to F'lr''t
man returned to duty at San Diego
Jackson for re-asoi11ment.
Pictures Carnes RefrcshmclltsT Calif.. on Jan. 5. Jackie and son. I !
R-kil'! will leave from Tampa Miss Madeline Kennedy wa:

OF within the next few days to joie' ; home for Christmas bringing WittI I I 1
husband. Sgt.. Doyle Crews. in I her a 'guest!' Miss Anna BelkDanis -,

.ord's Supper F nt:!anal. I of Jackson\ille.

Exciting things have: been hap- Dave Baker spent Christ ma'

Start The Year Right In Church toning at the home of Mr. and with his daughter Irs. S. E 4 h ': ..

Mrs E J. Lewis, Son. Allen. Kennedy. > ."""' .

was home visiting for !several days Mr. and Irs. G. E. Wiggin, 1 ,; ---..

from 1ViIdwood: dau hter. IvaMae. anent \hn..tmas In Lake City WIt 1 ; ,

I /,,,,::::,,, ::....." I I 1 was home for the hl.l1lly: !' their rlall ht"r. Mrs Hugh \\'llsOII 1.. FRIDAY AN 9.; ":"

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paper ad\ertbing orders hich tt ill be used in the announcement ofrhenolet'!
.1 st\l.I. 1)011'N P1YMEST WILL EI.lYEU: Tills widely di.ou"-'t"d ed 1953 pas enger cars. Actually. Luyanne will let plenty 01 0

help on the a-signment. but her position among the stacks' or in.ertion order::I _
TO YOl It HOME. COME IS TODAY emph.wzes the promotional lIV"tr lKhind the etent PHONE 111 STARKE FLA.BRADFORD .

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i '1 Cunningham visited the Stephen Jr. '

Brooker MeetingIs New Foster Memorial at White Springs Mast rs John Blackman is :spo-dmg Br ookerBooks VTTTTTTYVTTVYTVVVTVfTYTVBROOKER

l lJ SundayMr
I holidays in Tampa wv.h he:

Discussed Ii I Homes Ja" Ksonulle and Mrs spent F.Chnstmas L Easterly with of daughter Mrs. Merle Ch3pnnPreoston _

i I Nettles of Ear.etor.: Open
I MnEasterly's. mother. Mrs. B. spent Sunday with the 1:. Bran January 6 lJt.ln' ti. H'Jb.un
.nnmgham. and her brothers.
nens LAll1l1l1LIL11l1LL111AAA1iThllLl
i Continued from page one t On Mrs A. J. B -e.zer and son. Louis, I
< Saturday dinner guest, of Mr l:ek'!'s t:.,: 'r. D K> kr :h,- : ., :-.-:Iit't joiesuM:
are expected to
it u properly managed so that my I F'I P amve soon from and Mrs. Eugene But were Mr Town of Brvker will be opened and Mrs Ktn\st Kdwnni-! > < ,
inxsutawr.y. Pa and will
tax burden will not b* increased I spendn and Mrs. Geo. Saxon and Hol for new regstrat.v 01 Mr s Linue KiU.ints.. Artb <
Tuesday.! "
rest of the
winter with Mrs
unnecessarily I was not invitednor i State HH.'L.'r s brother H. Lucas land Payne. Mr and Mrs. Roy Jan. 6. and will:!! be located at J 'wards. Mr and lira. 81:11:

informed that there was to bea I i Bin of Gainesville, sirs and Mrs W Pinholster'store The books .and son. Ken. ">tIlarn .UJlt'a\:::,.

meeting and neither were nunveroui I 1" ; i. e+; CTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1HAMPTON Albert Birt of ;t. Petersburg. and will close on January 31. Edwards l \\.tabm ;!

other citizens of this area : Farm Mr and Mrs Ira Lester I Mayor Hewlett! S I I C.

with whom I have talked.! Mr and Mrs Wallace Collins has called an ejection Anderson :; Mr. an.i M s Ronald Ban ,
When I wked why I Wall not I -:. t : ; spent Chmtmas Day with his day. Feb. 10. for the Tues< ;sons t\f J.II wmile wr ,''.
I Road J .4L t 1s tt mother Mrs. Minnie Collins Inksonville. purpose of mas dinner ,,
invited. I was told that this wasa ) .ri electing the .ueats of the F!
p Jac I IMr. following officials: I
meeting only of those who were! by .Mrs.Vm.. \\ HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mayor one Greens.

ya'3awr and Mr*: James Pickrin of year term: Town Mr. an1 H W. \\ : ..
the Nominating Pictured Clerk
under consideration< by j at right are one year term I'
Town .
Committee for the : two attracthe nt-\\, Gunes"iUt"'iaited; friends in : Marshall tended op !: '. .-.- at the '1'.., \\ .
position one
U. M. T. three Councilmen lace's .
Hampton Christmas DayMr m .i -villr .
of Trustee from this area. I borne! that have just for two year -:
The Mary Moore Circle! of theBaptist and Mrs. Ceo Saxon had terms. night
,, been completed the
was later informed, however that on Inspectors
State Farm Road ; Church: met Monday evening a* their Christmas dinner guests named for the elec. Sgt E.1 i Hodge armed! '
of the seventeen persons presentat tion
1 ,Atwne I Is the three : I ..f last week at the home Mr and Mrs. Eugene Birt. Mr are: GV. Baxter E. T. Ste Friday from Korea for a tel ,.,i
the meeting, only nine had received '' wart. and
bedroom home of Mr. 1- i 4 r Sirs J W. Home with ten mem- and Mrs. Ira Lester and Holland Coy Edwards. furlough.
letters asking them if they a
would serve One! can only ronrlude and Mm. Inmati GNt n, a +: ;'lI 'e. ri 4 h. -s prest-nt. I Payne of Hampton. John Davis of Any person who wishes t.> ofter Ur. and Mrs Bob Martin 0: i iedin

It K of pleating[ arthiI Mrs Betty May had charge of Rome, Ga. and :Mr and :Mrs John as a candidate for any of the were Sunday dinner K .,'- <
that the
meeting was torn- tertural di-Mgn and pR P ''rI / ) L .... pro ram and carols were sung'i C Davis of Jacksonville, above office- shall make a written Mi. and Mrs A. Miller.
of selected I
posed a group. combing cream colored c.I I the group Miss Norma Sweeti | Mr and :Mrs C H Layflt.lrl request to the l' 'wn Clerk on or Mrs. Rosa i'mnoUu-r *i i"< '.'

Since Rrooker alone has a population before TJ: .. li.. k holidays with her '. ,,,
son and
beautiful r
cement block with pave a flannelpraph! and family of Gainesville were recent r.ovn on Satur i
of 277 and approximately talk on the div J.in :31Buyers] the Guy Pin holsters, in J.i kville.
Tenneiwie .Mon-. The Birth of our Lord : guests: of their start aft -
1.000) people live within this immediate j 1s .
(Uixenlently located r JI sup\ The closing prayer wasb Raleigh Brannen and softly
: area, it Is quite apparent 1 \ Mrs. i i .. Sunday viMtorx at the t K:
: carport Is! at right. Mary Birt. j I Mitchell Knight of Ol lan 1 ReadyFor 'It.
that seventeen do
persons not constitute I Lower hou.e Is thenew w rill rmg the social hour gifts Charles Kruse of Starke and Eail I Barnett borne in Jacksonville w.
a representative group, as Mr and Mrs. G. K
home of Mr. andMrs. vv-if exchanged and Mrs Home Crawford of Cocoa were rt'.t'ntI.1It"sts Small '
claimed by Mr. Harrell. and fur Volume
I Herbert G rto4'D. It ii>M.>ted by her daughter: Mrs of Mr and! Mrs John daughters! and Mr and Mrs :I.
therthat he has no basis to State I nest! Edwards and G"III
Mav eon
also ha three bt N bra and MrBirt served fancy Knight. Of
that the recommendations of this ? Fi B'.fl.JI '- Berries Here Ojiie 1 Steele and 'r ,
room*, and the designs ; cookies, cake and coffee J Mrs Emory Brown entered the
group are Indicative of the wishes ,- Mart la Lun.-ford of Vero B- .i. '
I combinett gr f n cement : -_ 1'r Training I'nion Party I Alachua Hospital at GainesvilleMonday
of the people. Mlilani turned home with the <;
blocks! with ml, raked iZ r b 1 T..t: .. | Mrs. Betty May evening, due to a kidney II !M! .n.Ipt: : ,,- ;-f 1"-
Our elected representatives and brick. ...in.. : ; .,- -. C' .r" I her Training Union entertained ailment. Starke State F.u liners Market tn overnight visit.
you, as editor and publisher of the M. M. Sargent war I't. '" '.. -.... :: Christmas Party with a Mr. and Mrs Gordon Weest and announces that .tl I'd berrv burrs Guests of Mr and Tom. M 1.. r
only county newspaper( have an the contractor<< on both U_ .-,"' .- -1 week Ii.ssorma: of last '' hildren. Betty. Louise and Billy will l be on flit platform here each for Christmas dinner w. re Mt..: <
Sweeney, a Mrs R. K Dukes of Dukes v
obligation to the to .. Tuesday
people presentthe I house, uhich are on senior at Bryan i! of Miami spent Christmas with and Friday beginning
-'"'- University
DaytoITerm. n, Mary Green and Mr anti1..
facts in an issue such as this. next week.
I adjoining lot*. i majoring in child their mother Mrs. T. F. Brown
Evangel E Green and daughterMrs -
I regret that this was not done j i i-'i- gave Christmas and Mrs. D. W Moore of Starkespent Mr Judd sacs! there **m- to be
story 1Ian In Hazen ot s1
and that I therefore felt compelled on quite a few bt'rnt'around
with her !
brey G. Hazen R. G. Allen G. W. misunderstanding or misinterpre- !I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTPINE Flannelgraph which was enjoys Friday sister Mrs of the in "pit* Sgt and Mn Wm E !I'luii: :...
to take advantage of this.: Brown. recent freezes
Baxter L. R. Cooper. tation of his previous statement. by the twenty present. and themark..t and daughter of Miami M:
as the only means, of infonning I I Mrs C.V.. Hinson of Stark will take cartlit that
I j I There was no attempt or intenton LEVELby I Afterwards Christmas ..: any MM. Clyde Cone and Mrs ;
the public.I I Note: Of the ten people I contacted I plaques 1 spent Tuesday with her daughter growers bring in .
the part of the Telegraph to were made AIrs.May tune were Chnstmas dinner ,. .
am In favor and will support only one expressed! any reluctance served soft Mrs Douglas Hardy and familv
i drinks Mr and Mn Leslie
do anything other than to reportin and cookies. of GtrMta
the hospital to the extent finan to sign and he agreed in Mrs. 11. M. MtKaeAAAaaAaaaAAaaAAAAAaAAAAa. I I Miss Evelyn Alvarez of Gainesville Funeral Monday
a factual manner a statement II Sunday School Mary Jo Green a.-rt M!
dally and taxwise that may be principal. No effort was made to I PartyI and Royce Alvarez of Dade G E McCauley and da..

necessary. I trust that all citIzens see others as it was believed that that was made at a public meet I I The Ladies Adult Class of the City spent the weekend with For Anthony Thornton Jeannette and of I'A...
family -
will likewise offer their support the above number was sufficient ing. Since Mr. Miller deems a I Rev. and Mrs. Hall spent Christmas Baptist church under the leader their father Charles Alvarez and I were holiday of '..*. -
Anthony N Thornton[ guests < ;
I Day with their son-in-law and shin four-
and cooperation to the to provide verification of the fuller explanation in order, we are of their teacher Mrs. Frank familv. Alton Alvarez returned tc ye ar-old Greens
son of Mr
daughter. and Mrs. and
Trustees" who have a responsibleand I facts as presented. Williams entertained the adult Dade City with his brotheri Mr. and Mrs Da\ ,
glad to allow space for his: letter. I Murrhee, at Hilliard. Mens I i Ollie Thornton of Starke. jed i in George -
difficult task ahead of them, Albertus Miller ( Clas with a lovely Jinn Mr. fInd Mrs. Jo.> FOr "!"th entertained a Gainesville family spent the hoUd*>!s A
and We hope however, that he does H. H. Lewis visiting relatives in the church hospital Sunday lot
a ho.1pll.i1hlch we annex Friday at Christmas dinner
can eve her family l the Raleigh V 4r
be proud of and which will be an (Editor's note: In reply to the not l lose sight of the fact that 'I in Tampa. Lakeland and Plant! ring About thirty enjoyed the Mr and Mrs John Knight and lowing The a brief illnea* Dundee

asset to the County. opening paragraph of Mr. Miller's I had it not been for the effortsof City this week. treat. I son Ronnie and Mr. Forsvth's Feb.child was born in Starkeon S. Sgt Ted H Bifham rough

Very truly yours, letter: The Telegraph reportedin this newspaper Brooker would! I Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner and Afterwards gifts were exchang i brother W. A. Forsvth of Dundee of the 9, 1919 and was a member l from Camp LejeuruN:
Albf'rtu3l1l1t: >r its issue! of Dec. 19 Mr. lIar- not have had a representative on daughter. Peggy of Sylvania Ga.; ed and carols sung by the group Fla Callers at the Fnr*\'th's homein the Airpark School class of spent several! day 4 visit:n{; Ahu

re.H's statement that Mr. Hamil- I t and Mr and Mrs. Oliver! and family Mis[ s Martha Home visited the afternoon were Mr. and Baptist Church. family, t.htSenwf Big".<-.._

We, the undersigned, signify I I ton was picked as first! choice for the hospital board at all.) I spent Christmas Day with R. friends in Tampa last week and Mrs Ernie Southerland. erived Besides his parents he ia sur who are the holiday guests '

that we concur in the facts as hospital trustee at a meeting of M. Crosby. attended a Sigma Chi Christmas Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pre- by five brothers Joe Ollie.{ Junior Bigbams.

presented in the above letter to i I Hrooker citizen There was not CARHOP TIIIMI I Mr. and Mrs. \\'. E. Conner and party at the Tampa Terrace Hotel cart and Mr. and Mrs. Bill ]lute h- John Henry. Rov Edward Russell We sincerely hope flu: e t. ,

Mr K. L. Matthews from M,!"(' reference" as to who attended the We w-ish to extend heartfelt I daughter. Yvonne, spent Christmas Friday evening. I inon of Keystone Heights 0., and Vernon Nr. Thornton: every one of you had a V"TV \l.

Albert I Miller, and that these meeting, or who was or was not thanks for the beautiful flowers, J 1 with the L. L. Conners in Starke. Mr and Mrs Wm. Hammond Mrs.( Ola M. Perkins has returned three sisters. Alma Lee Judith. Chnstmas and wish you .li i !t-: :

are true and correct to the best of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gnffis 1 from spending Christina New Year!
notified of it In the i issue of words of sympathy and other expressions : of and} dang'htpr'i1ow! Ruth spent spending the week with his grand py

our knowledge and belief: Dec :26:! Mr Harrell himself liste.i Staike visited Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Christmas eve and Christmas Day in Albany rn parents. Mr. and Min.V.. N. Jack

Signed) Doyle E Hazen. E A, the names of the seventeen persons ?-vnipathy during th> Thornton Monday night. i with their son John Hammond and l Born to Mr sort Mrs CharlAlvarez -"- son. and Addle Lou Thornton t '

C.ainey: Jv Pinholster HowardW who attended the meeting 'mie of .mi bereavement t The MrsCmnie Cone spent Satur- family on Crystal Lake. Chris Monday December 29. Mr and Mrs. R. K. Price and half sister. Mae Jane Gu'h "'

W \\ R. H Green. Jr, Au which should have cleared up anv Preratr ramiiy .ia> night with Mr. and Mrs. Ala on- mas eve was Mrs. John liarImonds 1952: a nine !Ib daughter. daughter Charlotte of Jacksonville of Starke

> ioodge t ; of Starke. I.s. Frank Price an.1 children Funeral services were r.e. :
.r I birthday. After the churchservices spent Sunday afternoon with ..
the graveside In Evergwtery I' -
of Florahorre visited her nie
_. Mr and Mrs. E. C. Lewis had aj at the Hope Baptist his sister Mrs. R F. Dyal and hus
'. wi afternoon '
Mis< Glavd-i Bundy and the Thorn Monday >
dinner guests Christmas Day their Church in Theresa, the your band. .
o'clock with Rev Ernest < ;.
ton Johns familv Friday f'vl"nine.dnd
sun. Mead, and Mfr and Mrs. A. C. peopl.went carol singing after Miss Ellen Searle spent the
and James McGrathof officiating Interment was r '
Mr. Mrs.
Wilker>on of Starke Mrs. N. C which they gathered at the Hammond weekend with Helen Jean Parker.
Columbia. S C. called at the family plot under the dire. .<.'
Mott and family. Mr. and 11 Irs.I home for refreshments.Among Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dyad entertained

| Jack Simmons and family and those from Hampton were: Johns home Saturday the Bruce Roark's at Christmas DeWitt C Jones

j M rs. Ophelia Mooi.e and son, Bu- Yvonne Brookins Joanne and Mrs Joe Forsyth is ill at her dinner.

IT IS UNLAWFUL i ford all of Brooker, and Mr. and Connie Sweeney and Willow Ruth home. Waldon Wadsworth left Sun dare W. C. T. U.

!l.Mrs. Hrr [ Mr and Mrs Owen Simmonsand evening for North Carolina :
-hell Layfield and chil- Hammond and twelve from The- "\ Itl' .IIII.: I INTO \ I'Fa'h
I dien of Mr and Mrs Vernon Slade he is employed, after
Brooker. and Mrs. H. li, spending
I MKAXUCE? ? ? >(). BIT .V 1.t1i
!1 Louis.Mr. called on Mrs. Emma I..amoreauxon Christmas at his home here.
I |I guests of Mr. andMrs. : OF TKOrKLE: }I.'CHit: 01 T

II| and Mrs[ Robert Myrick are W. N. Jackson were J Ir Smith Lake :Mr. and Mrs. Loice Dew of Fort OF .\ PINT FI.\SK."

: the of and Mrs. \\". M. Maddox of Lumber ; Guests of the Wylie Williamson's Riley. Ran. are spending a few-
proud parents a son born (SIGNAL I'UEss. \NXTON:
For Any Person or Persons to Engage in j December 28 at Riverside Hospital. City Ga. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. during:: the week were Mr days with his mother Mrs r c IILINOIS.)

I j Visitors at the H. M. McR Horton. and airs and Mrs. Len:. and Mrs. W. T. Tucker and sonof Cannon and hu.i burnt

i I through Christmas were Mr. sand ton Jackson and baby of Macon. Live Oak. Mrs. J. D MrCullorh -
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless I Mrs. T. N. Norman and son, M fr. Ga. and son Dick and Mr and

and Mrs. E. E. Sapp and sons all Mr. and Mrs 1.V Home and Mrs. Raiford Cannon and baby nf
of Heilbronn. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. family were guests of the D. D. Fort Meade and the L U Wil INKIER\ ELECTRIC

McRae and son, Mrs. J. W. McRae Gavs p i Dunnellon Sunday James liamsons of TheressaMr. ,

The Name Is RegisteredRead and Qns, Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. My1 Home accompanied Elmer Gay tc and Mrs Albert Birt and!

'! rick and children of Winter Haven Orlando for a few days. children of St Petersburg armi i .prtr > >rar'
Mr. and Mrs B M. Myrick and Mrs.I M. B. Layfield wa a Christmas afternoon to spend' a

daughter of Pensacola, Mr. and I Hiristmas Day guest of friends in few days with his mother MrIrn !' !1ii1Jf

S Mrs. Robert Mtruk and daughter Brooker. ester and husband and broth : RADIO

Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva Mrs. John Parker returned tc er Mr. and Mrs Eugene Birt .. ,.

)Ir. and Mrs. La'onh'arf"z of, her work at the Farm Colony Mr and Mrs Donald Hill an! spa and

Orlando.. Mr. and Mrs. L A. Crosbyand after spending Christmas at her children spent Christmas with the

This Florida Law"It children and Mr. and M 1rs. home here C. C. Hills at Pomona Panes art
: Barney Eggers of Jack>onv idle) Mr J id Mrs J J Rrannen entertained nn Friday the C. C Hills! and! and

and Barney's mother of Illinois at the C C. Hill Jr's called t>n Mr

shall bo unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to and Charles Newman of Rising: Mr and Mrs. Raleigh Christmas Brannen dinner and: and Mrs. Don Hill The Junior: ween eeeeee.. ,. nneep.eneeeeeee.e

encase in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined I section. : children Miss Jessie) Mae Brannen Hills were on furlough from Elgin 221 N. Temple At*. Phone 166

without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the I| Mr and Mrs. V. E. Thorntonspent { of Bartow and Preston Netrnie's ties! Field in and expect to go overseas

clerk of the circuit Chnstmas with Ve i i of Earlton Evening guests were soon. STAKKE{ FLORIDA)
court of the county where the principal place of business Mr and Mrs Milton\ M"-het ,
parents Mr and Mrs. Earl Th ornMfrs. T F Brown and son Frank

i K with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af- ton of Vanderbilt. I Mr and Mrs Percy Griffin of and children and Mi-- Marilyn 'I---, II ._..._,.. ,__, ,ee

I i fida\ it signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of Charles Underhill, Jr. of Jacksonville Jacksonville accompanied their Eiland spent Christmas .it S','.',

all those interested in the business enterprise the extent of the interest visited his father, Charley father Walter Griffin who had wart Miss The MIH.H i \ r- 'r't
MrK: HLntt
i Underbill last week. anent two weeks with them home Mrs. Mosher's mother

of each and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. '! The V. E. Thorntons and the II. Monday. and Miss Elian.! her s.st.rMr -- 0

Said registration i may not be made until the person or persons desiring M. MtRaes attended the 50th wed- Rom Turin Fraustro of Gainesville *. James RichardsonMrs
l Mi-
M1 and .
to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or I dIng anniversary of Mr and Mrs. and Miss Grace Dickinson Inez Coleman -- -
of Ja- *-
I JX. A. Conner at their of Theressa were Christmas Frank Hicks and children RADIOS REPAIRED .
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for fours I: Lake Butler home in L dinner etesontille spent Christmas with til "...... ill M.drin \t
of Miss
on Thursday guests Joan St wee
nIght,, -
((1)I) consecutive weeks in defined law in the I: Dec. 25 [ their parents Mr. and Mrs G C itra..able ekarar.' g.sr..teed r Klltnll IKV
some newspaper a by county i It was a happy occasion I nt) till*. t !>Ht.P11EItU: i. : "

where said registration! is to be made and said registration shall not be and the couple received many Mr and Mrs Preston Durden Cox. 703 w. tall 1.. .t.rl>. ph. rte
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sladevisited 1 II >i: .sAl.K-144U" lr.' rr..' i
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of ), beautiful gifts. t and children Wilmington.. N ctrlC friend .n Jacksonville ASTfr'jradl.lU" nurse or t I...::i Aluminum )b<,d ti ten. Itt !
Well. Christmas is over and the, are visiting friends this vi ll.nsrd pre't 1 ti'dl: fr (f npr..1 'j' k |Jiy tier K: T :hill 1 j' nF'4
such publication I duty pm"t"r II ('ii'". ll.pital
Christmas Day.
:New Year lies ahead h'I -
: May the 101 W Tall St. S-ark. '
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good Lord bl<.-s .ill that read this, Mr. and Mrs Fred Dodd and Miss Jean Parker of Gainesville Juiilrr: ) I'"unlry < 'hi I ,. J i'Sn ..
is spending the holiday vacation at FOR SALE s'x ? ,Is.r'ar. :i'h '>-ilrat Kla 'luc: .< I \1' 1
and th't. t thai don I children of Keystone }Heights call- crt Bio., .. .
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If t"h. Plenty| (.r pllat. f. fh fi'I:' >IK

you are engaged in business under any name TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLAKE .night'rI at the Sweeney' home Friday her home here. I i I i ford.M.-r'4 ''Engirr.nf r Mix 1 and n.Vrnent>tnpany Phone Hrad- 111111YyVVI11111VV11111YMATTRESSES

M nJ. Wylie Williamson and tt 1

other than your own, and have not had this name | bj Blanche GENEVA,| attended at A the number State the Prison of Christmas Hampton Friday Pageant eve people children son mother Luke.Mrs.spent and J. Saturday U Sunday. McCulloon guests with and her of Aa..l..a(..muse plan',*zula.bran India\.r.,.h rf Kuruo.a...d and w'l!I HESOVATEDiiIli OF ALL KINDS

l'unninglteml1AAAAAAAAAAAAIAAI j Mr and Mrs W N Jackson Mr. and rooted. 1: ;prh 1- ..,?:. ..., h Ur
: ... the WlUiamon's'ere ger plant. ISif... 75- .
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advertised and t and Mr and Mrs Wylie Whit am- Mrs Homer Smith and daughter llrlr.rdrrr' ,(.1". ,.'.,01"..
; properly registered we will be I Mr and Mrs John Butler and< I'On1slted Mr Jackson's sister. of Highland.: I'aulmKirl- "'..IIr.1I||:
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: children of Dravensburg: Pa are. Mrs J 0 Kitchens at the Alach- I Mr and Mrs. Onard Parker son H'H1* Karl".m. Fla. LA: .S '

spending the holidays with Mrs. Hospital Monday night.and Alice FOR KENT-I'pt.un furnu'h.,1 FURNITURE
II Bufforvl and Mary
I glad to give all Information Butler's sisters Mrs Elmer I Mr and Mr Wallace. Collins ,i of Hommtead. visited the U D.i rixirn month apar!t>mnt...t.. II*.r talri 107. I/I t..tllffI'ROTF.r per lieupholsteml and

you necessary as to Mrs. Charles Forsythe and faro idles. celebrated their Cfcri.itmas on Sunday Dyals and the Parker families over, YOfR !? Refinished
Mr ECtRITIESFlreprnof
I Ray Forsythe returned had as their guests Mr
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home Thursday from Ban., and Mrs. Gordon Wadaworth and ; Mr and MM. Thomas Wads-' Wautlful. large. gravy dart ltel j

what should do. I nock. Ohio! where they were called: 1 children of Gdtnen'tlle and Mrthe's I worth of Bunnell and Waldon box. 110 JS plii" tax Bradford I ( Box 250 I"aUUa, FU

you j by the illness of Mrs Forsy and Mrs I: .\ Bounty TtUfriph tf j IIAUA AAA AA AAAAALr.T
i i Thomas of Eus- Wadsworth of North Carolina _____ __ __ iI,i
mother. Mrs. Jane Gordon who i, Us I I I' j. II nimw. JH
- I' ; spent Christmas with their parent, UCERAL RKWAItli f-r return >.f
passed her 103 birthday aim irerH.. C James and Chas Thorn ISird D<>u H M. William. ItouI <"I IMMlLt, : 101 H .
Mayor and Mrs. G. P WAdsworth. Doll '10. Jj k..nvlll, Fla.Phn CATTIH 'll IIUCI
airy on Dec. 22. Her condition of Charlotte. N C .. HI.I'.B -
I i, berg spent Mr Jessie! Chastain spent tne office J-03S1 or home phln. I., .O.k lUrk Ned.e.4U -
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH remains about the same. ,' Monday night with Mr Thhome rn.'i werkend with relatives in Lake :.i t3. .11 1/' !..!...,Illr Lark, .o..I4ar

The T. M. FinJeys are berg's boyhood chum M L Wat- l
ij' City, FOR SALE-1>37 Tadillar Sedan. FOR THE IsrtxlBT-MINDED Brld.
again tfter spending the holidays""tersOn; and family I Mr Jeiutt Chastain entertained good "ap., gad tirco lint solitfirr -100 .;n.r.ud.lIn... Invitation
PHONE! 29 with relatives in Georgui. i Mrs. Frf1Jie'aUtraon takes It. j'. V Incrlxht.! on fin* ra.-,.>ntrnt p.p>.'
- and her ion anj family Mr. and Mrs. 4S W..tOlIJr.-J.ndt after S P.m. only 114 IS Hr 4for l Countjr
Mr and Mrs. F. J. Francors and: mother Mrs W C Ward of Rr irk s Carlton Ch&staln. daughter Sue and';' ftp t "!> T.l.ar ph. fWII.I

i-hUdren: are m Baton Rougne, La., are visiting in Tampa !
- Star, Tommy at dinner ChristinasDay. TAKE 'AKK; of rhlldrru!
- fur, the holidays. i Mrs Nita Johnson Pas returned and the William Tillman's of TURKEYS READY-Come tc uhll nx'thrr worko "r shops rift
: Opal's Turkey Farm Florahome ati... bal.y .it Mrs c', M. KnhI'.rT <
M-s Agr.es Lawrence. Mrs. Jes- from Fort Myers where the Starke were supper quests of the PI. 11.1 114 'I'V "II I \0

t si. Ingraham. Mrs Ray Ford: 1he. spent Chn-tmajt with *--r> "laughter Chastair. family Fla for a nice young turkey for ,'
your special dinner Visitor welcome FloP : M 'I.' "fh "urns -
Mrs V A. Carl:on, and Mrs B Mrs Leo Singh .,'I s. end fam;. \Na\if: Jackson "f Gainesville! La: .f t ,," \ .'" p. .,
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