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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 9, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SANS l.tnt'IHJ.: : Thomas, Iran Clerk of the) fir- :NKW: cot .\11' JUDGE Theron A. Yawn Jr. paused GK.VK:: L()"G, KradforJ Count}'! new Ta\ .t'-'or. :NECO I STY .U.F.M. (itnre T II Ul.;!:1:1" '"..... 11.01a M I' JKNMV.S!' 1,1IUl\) 11.'" (hI -''n>

cult Court, hand official seal of Bnulfon County to Incoming during hit bu.y first day, Tuesday to glance o\er some spent( hi., first day in the courthouse bru..hlns: up on the .. dined ifutie'. "I |U\,'nib .iurt iun--eliir ami \ .suin;
Ma taught h the
camera Tuesday as -
) htI'f't.
Merit, (Hark-* A. Darkhe Utter took o\er the duties ofthis of the old dockets stored in the courthouvault.. Yan, duties of the office. It'll soon be time for folks to apply t>-a< tier Man N t>) a.. >thm>l Miprrmtrndrnt" II. 1* M,MKan

key rourthous** position here' Tuesday.Polaroid 26. N one of the joung.t>t county judge to hold office for homestead exemption" and he wants to bet pared to "take off for a !get-acquainted round (points out the (orations.. of the rummuniUi-s ...t"HII

1-MInate! fhotos Ijr the Telegraph here. rtady for them. tif the county. \isit.






I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH New Take County Over Duties-Officials Here




Official County Publication Established In 1879


I VOLUME srn"T\.Ol'U" CTAUKK. FI/miDA FKIDVV. JAXUAKV, 1953 :MMIJKK T\\EXTY-: Un Tuesday. Jan. G, the same day that Dan Mccarty vas inaugurated Governor pt l F. .'
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= = = = I IJaD. I----- ida, changes \wre10 the order of the day in the Bradford County courthouse. Then' w. I

'Dr. Middleton Hardy Named ; ilarreliRe-electedRoard Chainnan no silk hats or frock tail coats in e\ hkuctht'r'! und im' formal l'l'rt'm.lfHt'Hut i(,II llf
29 Proclaimed Day
I ; who looked close! enough the evidence- t'hamjt were nen--

Chairman Of Former Clerk of the Court A


Countywide Event Will! Honor Medico Hospital Board As Commissioners Reorganize For YearM J.ot Thomas.courthouse a service veteran in of this 20 yea-POSition : :-- -Th

: burned the midnight oil Mon

O Harrell. County Commissioner structed the Clerk to ask the day. winding up the affa.is i>* I Ii
Thursday. Jan 20 has been ountwould be closed at 11 am i
from District 5 I Brooker- County Attorney to draw up a' his last busy day in office and II I
proclaimed by Mayor J Itun.- on thai da) in order that childrenmight
wright al DrV f: Middletor attend the event with New RIver i was unanimously elected -,p resolution to present to the budget leaving everything in shipshii'i. ; !j
chairman of the board at its hearing of the State Road Department -,, order for his succes.'w. Chat it'.' I II
Dav in Starke and will be the' their parents I I
reorganization meeting for the new to be held in Gainesville on;: A. Darby. ,I
and ,
celebration Table will be arranged
occasion of a mammoth I ''
year, held here Tuesday morning. 'Jan. 26 at 10 am. to include the;,| When Mr Thomas closed the ,
staged by his (friend throughout basket dinners will be spread at \ '
i, This will be Harrell's eleventh :year next four roads the Commissioners door of the huge safe. giving th ; I
Itradford( and surrounding 1pm. Each family is a?ked to 'I I I Ii
to preside as chairman of' the anticipate constructing. combination dial an extra twirl n- C i
counties. bring enough food for its members j ,
I Board. L. L Renfroe was elected I! 1 The Clerk was instructed to en- two for good measure, and locked
Inspiration for the event in supplied and a little extra for out of 1ICharles Ii II I
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by the fact that Dr. Middle- town guests Each family group vice chairman. I ter in the minutes that Commissioner -, the. door of his office\ it was th t 1 4' idI I Ij
I H. \'. Knight was named county'attorney Prevail would be allowed to 12.. wth time he had performed \ j
ion will observe his 76th birthday will also be expected to bring II
I I ; Mack Futch. county' tontinue his road from Road 200 this brief ritual in the past tw j
on January 30. and has a record of silverware and paper plates for .-
be prosecuting attorney and Joe Lee: north of Lawtey easterly to the decades. He estimates that H, I
Ml year of medical practice in its own use. Cold drinks will fiJi
was reappointed caretaker for the' Clay County line about 1 1.2 miles had affixed the official conn1. _
Itradford County. on sale.A ''
courthouse and grounds. It was He was also instructed to give the:'seal. which he turned over I t'
Plans for the celebration honoring parade will be scheduled for I I
decided not to fill the position of following names and numbers to Darby late Monday some lOOOtii1 w
Dr Middleton were launchedat 12:15: with the high school band
(county physician for this year, but Ito j proposed secondary roads: litres to various legal dorumrn' __
enthusiastic held participating Local civic clubs I
an meeting ,
; follow the of allowing!
policy Sixth--Scout Hole Road during his tenu.-e of office.
in the hall and anti other are invited to ;
city Monday night groups For Services RenderedA
each prisoner in the county jail -j II SeventhGriffis Another record set by popular
Loop
I ;
attended 31 who cars marked .by a banner '
by of his friend enter ; '','ok have the
to
\ when the need arises IishthCarl Jonm Grade. ex-Clerk Thomas was that not
are taking the lead in planning although there will be no decorated -' '.. physician of his choice provided! once during his five terms in office .J I Thnma.v I tiring Clerk ot"the l'tf't.UIl111'1( nn . '. I It was agreed by the board that
this event Mm \\ It Mundy floats.
i I the physician is a properly licensed did he draw opposition, even that he ti always wanted a wrist watch Mon l.ihe got onea
in :
is nerving as chairman of the The committee announced that the future no road should be
one and within reasonable reach i in the of the handsome 21 jewel Bulova "President." It from
job-hungry days was u gift
constructed in the unless
ladies division of the event with Dr Mi Mleton will he presentedwith the county a
Mrs S. E Simmons as cochairmen ( I t suitable trophy and a gift. Hardy local automobile board The first enlivened meeting when of the new ne-v right of way deed of not less than, mid-thirties. He wns not a candi-j those who had worked with him most closely and were in It

Carl Johns i la chairman of and anyone washing to have a part dealer and former longtime finance member was from District Three 66 feet has been obtained. Any:' date for re-electicn. in the primaries -(; position to know and appreciate him best. \

the men's division with L. FDinkins In this may contact a member of otficei' with th- Board 1)1 Public (South Starke) stated that he deviation from this rule must be last spring.Thomas' 1 Pictured above at the presentation of the watch are thusr

and W B MunJy ax ('0- the committee. ;i Instruction, was elected chairman thought his district had been "left passed by a majority of the Com-, successor is a native of i who joined in this farewell gesture of appreciation ( I..ft'i I II

chairmen. Committees to asskt! in arrangements { of the Board of Trustees of the out" of the secondary road program jr.issioners, it waj;; said. | Starke. having been born here in006. I right Commissioner J. C. Prevatt Tax Collector! J. H. Kelly

Or T. Z. Canon prominent Jacksonville .I' have been named in every I Bradford County Hospital Corpo- Joinee"try other district had %>Due to a number of complaints j \ He graduated from attended Bradford I I I new Clerk ('hall. A. Darby Commissioner L. L. Aenfroe, M
School and
phVSlcUn _nH HvV 'f"I"f'r.I I,. -rmuIty of the county.A I r Jon at an organization reeling cbtained at least one hardsurfacedroad abont livestock roaming at large i High Thomas ( watch
the University -I receiving ), Commissioner Ira Wilson, Deputy
and

w>!il be the principal speaker of book has been placed in the I held here Wednesday morning. > while District Three had in many places in the county, destroying -; Tulane University Clerk Marian
Crosby Commissioner
the celebration which will be heldin Bradford County Telegraph of flee; | H. S Anderson of Brooker was none. | property the Board in-' of Florida. Clerk Darby ,I I Jessie Chastain, Donald

two roped-off blocks on Thompson and all of Dr. Middleton's "b.bies"t elected vice chairman of the Commissioner Bishop then moved -' strutted the Sheriff to begin im-I i H no stranger to public office. Richie, member of the clerk's staff, and CommLisloner M. 0

Street extending from the he has delivered in the board, and Mrs.! Louise Kite, secre! that the road leading from pounding such livestock not later havinger.t>d four years as Mayor I I Harrell, presenting watch Absent wher. picture wa made

Coca-Cola ast f 0 asked tarytreasurer.No than Jan. 15. I of Starke and prior to that on was one of those joining in the gift. Mrs. Irene Faulkner
City Hall to the pant t' > years are tojcome I State Road 100 about 5 1-2 miles another

The School Hoard announced in and register so he may other official business was wi-st of Starke, and running in a I Mr. Bishop and the Clerk were,: the City Council. Following the ;:; clerk's office staff member.

record of them ] transacted due the fact that appointed to deal with of. death of his father, well-known !! In
Monday that all schools in the have a imanent to southerly direction to Sampson indigents : I a resolution adopted at the final meeting of the "old"
II Mr ill and the county, and they were assured merchant. A. M. Darby he was .
Hardy was could not
I City then in a southeasterly and Board Monday the Commissioners stated that in behalfof
I I|I attend the meeting. tasteily direction. intersecting that each commissioner would senda I associated in the operation of this 'I the people of Bradford
County
Schedules Two we hereby
New County Agent It was decided that the Florida State Road 227 near the Lester note confirming the need of the business until selling out after express out-
I gratitude to A. J. Thomas
his election Sr. for his faithful, conscientious,
I ,: Improvement Commission would be Kite farm, be made the next sec- applicant. I I I as clerk.
J: contacted and asked to send a ondary road constructed after the!1. The Board called Mack Futch in Not only in the Clerk's office, able and devoted services. and wish him many years of health,

Important Meetings For Next \WeekTwo I representative here to discuss with completion of the Brownlee Road. I i j I regard to the $5 allowed the county -,j but also in that of the County happiness and continued service to our people."

the Board of Trustees the procedure The motion died for want of a prosecuting attorney for each,',, Judge did a two-decade tenure New Clerk Darby presented Mr. Thomas with an additionalgift

I that should be followed second and Bishop stated that he .bond estreated and Mr. Futch stated I come to a close. Judge E. K I of a glass rod and Shakespeare reel with instruction. to

special meeting& to bring 'During the meeting you will in working! toward a hospital for would continue to wage a Vigorousfight that he did not expect to receive, Perryman closed out his fifth I USe it "early and often."
the farmers of Bradford Countythe have an opportumt\ ask
any Bradford County. This meeting for this and other roads in any compensation for this, but on-! term Monday, and was succeeded ; However on Tu day out of officewher
latest information on plantxarietles speilfitqueItIons you might be was tentatively set for next his district. I ily' for the work that he had to doii' by T A Yawn. Jr. young allornev 1
fertilization practices interested in." the county agent ( was ex-Clerk Thomas? Over In Lake Butler assisting the nw
| Later connection with who was successful in his
Thursday if the necessary arrangements in the meeting Commissioner examinations,
(diseases and insects were an- i said Any question you ask will ran be madeMerchants Carl Prevail moved to continue and prosecutions. i first bid for public office in Bradford j I i I clerk of Union County in setting up his office!

nnunced yesterday by County be helpful to everybody present I
the construction County. Judge Perryman
of
secondary| F. C. Hodge before
appeared the
I I for Congress in the spring primaries. This
does
"Toll that
Agent George T. Hugglns. your neighbor you I not
roads in the order announced that he will require tf'r
previously Board to find out his duties asi resume j lull!
The first meeting will be held will pick him up and come to this Set the practice of law time however, and she ,
adopted by the board in January. Justice of the Peace. I in his building |I Gal I will '."
Long was born in Moultrie
The'Commis-j Unue
m! the community center in pfdal( get-together. You will enJoy aa deputy
1952. The motion was seconded by sioners. having no jurisdiction over, on South Com St clerk m the .n
Brooker. Tuesday. Jan. 13 at dil'us..in your problems and I] I' Yawn in 1921 A year later the family Ice of Mr. Darby
Commissioner Jessie Chastam and this office, he was advised to! Judge was born in Green
a m The second meeting will practices with our friends.:' Mr I IHuggins moved to Mananna and then A new addition
carried with wood. Jackson to .
Holiday Schedule Bishop voting na : write to the Secretary of State for County in 1926. th- ".un
the courthouse at added. came to Brooker in 1923. The house
lw held in coterie,
Th C'OJ inussumi !1- then in this information nnd graduated from high school i non-elective dlvi
Starke, Wednesday, Jan. II, at This is the first activity plan. II i there After serving three new Assessor graduated from ,' sion, was Mills Florence

ine same hour. I ned by the new county agent who ,, Stoke retail merchants net in r the Air Force. part of yearsm that : Bradford High School In 1939. '''| of Gainesville, who began Jennmg hei

Two Agricultural extension began his duties here on January |I the courthouse' Wednesday night Council Calls For Rigid EnforcementOf time with the army of occupation He served in the Air Force from duties Tuesday, working jomUv
from the Uni- 1. : 1943 to J946 a< an aircraft mechanic under: the
Service specialists Board
I' ind adopted a schedule of holiday >'n Germany he u-as! discharged jn of County 'om
vei-Mty of Florida -Hussell Henderson "111 be looking for von next 1 Q-li and aerial engineer. After missioners a<
i closing for 1953 The approved > and entered the University counselor for the
and Forest t.t'rswll1 Tuesday or \\'f'dn..danight.. and! dates for all-day closing are: Law Against 'NonCooperators'Thursday. of Honda where" he graduated i his discharge, he was engaged In ''Juvenile Court, and under the

attend the meeting and give in lets make it a good !session at ]:. i the sawmill business and farming'wilh School Board
f< law aa
'
I Saturday. July 4: w i school in-- IftSi-- _. n...- .im.... visiting teacher
formation that will be very help. both Starke and Brooker Attend 1 1 mediately his father E. C. Long for I Prior to coming here
Manday. Sept 7, Labor Day: began the practice of Mow
ful to tho e engaged in growing the meeting nearestou.." Ir..' Thursday.: \. 26 Thanksgiving Jan 15 was fixed by man or at any drug store the ten ,. law in Starke I several years later accepting a :I Jennings was employed in Green

veretables pasture or field crops. Hucgins saidMasons I' Day j the City Counci Tuesday night as i cents penalty. After the expira. : In position in the accounting department II I with, Conn. by the National

j ; i thp---- ftatA---. nnxViirh-.. ........ "ri"b'rirlment" -".nfrn'i'p..-.--. ,, tion of that lime the ticket holder i:i I addition t(1 his duties! as I at the State Pritr.n. During I Council of Protestant

Rotarians Hear I Install Friday. Dec 25. Christmas Day; of traffic violations in must SI and upon failure to do !1 j county judge Yawn will serve &s ': this time h* attended night school Churches aa aswx-iate editor Episcopal
Friday. Jan. 1. :New Year's Day- j judge of the Juvenile Court, and in thi
Jacksonville
I in division
:tarke will
begin so is 'I studying nccount- of
j i; subject to arrest and trial in' curriculum
Rev. L. D. Haines 'I It was agreed that all stores j Judge of the Small Claims Court. : and office develop
New Officer This action wa taken when it {I City Court. ; I ing management. I ment. She ha a doctor's

In New Year MessageRev would stay open all day Thursday j was brought to the attention ofi I I In announcing the Jan. 15!' : In the Tax Assessor's office A fourth new official taking in phychology and has had degree wide

I until 7 p.m. on Dec. 17 and 24. the Council that during the past deadline, the Council expressed Gene Long succeeded Gu An'drews. i over Tuesday U-as Mrs Marian experience in child guidance
work
of At the regular meeting: of Bradford : the two Thursdays prior to Christ who stepped aMde after ,
L D Haines. pastor !; four months around 200 parking :i appreciation for the cooperation Crosby who began her first term She will have an office in the
Lodge :No. 35. F. & A. M.. !; mas. Stores will remain one term to become candidate !
the First Baptist Church. Starke, open I meter traffic violation tickets have | given by the majority of citizens a as Supervisor of Registration USO building.Funeral.

was guest speaker at the Rotary held Saturday. Dec 27. the busi. : for "business a;; usual" on the 'been ignored.It '''of Starke and 13 hopeful that I j

introduced nesj of the year was closed and Saturday after Christmas. They I Final Rites Held !!
Club Wednesday being j was the unanimous opinion those who have heretofore been

bv Lei Green who had charge of officers for 1953 were installed ] will remain open until 7 p.m. on 1 ,of the Council that positive enforcement uncooperative will now observe I' DowlingTrial I TuesdayFor
as follows Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday
the program. I I of traffic violations the regulations. It was a so stated ForJ.S.ShufordJohn Miss Tison
the first in Ben B. Rowland. W M. Robt. 1 of Christmas week. j particularly with reference
This being program of fail that all hotel and loading zone
the Rev Haines broughtan C. Barksdale. S \\'.: Chas. 11.1| It was announced that the annual : ure to observe 'Is
new year. parking regulations spaces. where parking i is prohibit Sidney Shuford. Sr. G4 Underway Miss
})elds. J. W C E HernwaU Santa Claus Parade will be I Benetta Shaw Tlnon. 82.a .
! appropriate message on the re- : j must be rigorously enforced.It ed. will be strictly enforcedThe ; died Tuesday afternoon at hi"I resident of
Starke
spon billty of the individual .c'' Treasurer: C. A. Futch. Secretary: I held Friday. Dec 4 j jJ was pointed out that in the Clerk wa* instructed tcj I home near Lawtey after an illness'<' 51 died for the put

his Country his Community and Chas. P. Cow n. S. D.: Cecil L j: R. Kite was elected chair- main residents of Starke have cooperated -.i order 10 new parking meters and of several months.Mr After many delays, the first of (II years In a Jacksonville
i ii t
hLS Creator. He said that no1\.- Sew ell. J D.: R C Buford S. S.i: t nan of the Merchant's Division'or ; with the Police Department t J25 more "25 Mile Speed Limit" I Sbuford was born July ]FII i!I several cafes charging W. E. [ a hospital lengthy Sunday illness.morning following A

of these should be neglected at1 I'i i Austin J Fender. J. S.: P. M. the new year ( and have observed regulations signs. The new meters will be I ass in North Carolina and kid !I! (Billy) Dowling. former Starke She

the expense: of the cine/, and Barefoot. Tler; O. O Webb. \ concerning parking of cars. | used for replacement purposes lived at Lawtey since 1&32. H*. I I[ automobile dealer, with obtaIning' wu born in Tarboro. S. C
Feb. !j. 1MB
!1' the
urged the members of the club to ',Chaplain: Jack McComb. MarshAl. However in some instances, it was and some will also be. placed in j was a retired farmer and a memj -| money under false pretenses, II the late William daughter of

assume their full responsibilities The: next regular meeting will Annual REA Meet reported that certain persons not the block of South Thompson St. j' ber of the Baptist Church. i reached trial here Thursday. McKenzie and I"I"on

in the new year. j be held Monday Jan 12 A short identified, t'.Amade a practiceof between Call and Madison. I' Surviving are his wife. Mrs The two hour morning session Martha Thompson Tison. She was

1 i business session will t* at 7 :30 destroying was consumed with picking a' a member of the First
Three new mem -CapL parking tickets when At its meeting Tuesday the Mary Ramseur Shuford Lnv/tey' Baptist
Harry Hatcher. V R Ferguson and at S o'clock the meeting will I Set For Jan. 15 placed on their automobiles Council also designated the streets hsons.. Joseph E. Shuford. St. | six-man jury that would be satis- Church. e

and Jerry O. Gay were welcomed be open to the public at which When a parking ticket is placedon to be included in its proposed Augustine. Phillip CT ShuforJ, ;, factory to the prosecution and f Mrs. Tison is survived by twr

into the club at this meeting. An ; time a :50->'ear membership certificate I a car. the offender has until paving program This Ut will b< 'I Palatka: John Sidney Shuford, Jr the defense. The selection of !I nephews. Luther G. and S

; indoctrination course was held will be presented to T J'' The annual meeting of Clay 10 a m the following day to pay published in the next issue of the i Starke. and David I... and Geoig the jury was finally completed at : Powell John If

for them at the Camp Blinding Griffm. It is expected that >otr f Electric Cooperative will! be heldat at the City Hall or to any police- Telegraph L. Shuford, both of Lawtey; four; noon and the first witness was :'I ; two nieces Mri L {;

officers club Thursday night of the Grand Lde offlc..rsll Keystone Heights on Thursday brothers Charles R. and Geor '1 scheduled to take the stand at Powell and Mrs. Mattie Gahaganjail

be! here for this presentation. Jan. 15.The Cub Scouts Meet Legion Will See I P. Shuford both of Lawtey Janr.es 1:30: pm j ji I i of Starke; 17 other nieces and

Alvarez StoreObserves Light refreshments will oo served program of music and entertainment Convention W Shuford, Randolph, Va., and i!!I nephews and one sister, Mrs A.
Film
=-. after the cerrnony.Congregational. will begin at 10 a.m. Set For Jan. 15 Jake R- Shuford. AppozrAttox.Va C of C DirectorsTo [! H. Fripp of Columbia, S C

:. Anniversary featuring Toby Dowdy and his Commander W H Graham of .: one half sister. Mrs Edith 1 Funeral services were held

Meet orchestra." Luncheon will be served A reorganization meeting of the i: the local American Legion Pct Ferguson Lawtey, and two grand Meet Jan. 13 i i
Tuesday morning at 11
Alvarez Store which was established at noon. followed by a business o'clock In
... local Cub Scout Pack will be held announced that the 1652: National children.
; in Starke on Jan 15. 1804 I the DeWjtt C. Jones '
_ meeting at 1 p.m.L Chapel with
The Se."su>n of the First Presbyterian Thursday. Jan. 15. at 7 p. In. in 1 American Legion Convention film Funeral services were held in An
: ::: is celebrating its 59th anniversary important meeting of directors -' L. .
: D.
flames
Church has called a congregational F Chapman. superintendentof the Methodist recreation hall. i would be shown at the Legion the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Thu1- of the Chamber of Commerce officiating Interment
week with its traditional annual
"hu
.. storewide sale. meeting: to be held! the State Prison will b* the Cubmaster Jack Trawick urges meeting to be held next Tuesday day afternoon at 2 o'clock with it called for Tuesday, Jan 13, at I was in the family plot in

at the cKve! of worship Sunday featured speaker.Another that all Cubs and their parents night, 7:30: p.m at the Legion Rev. Ballard Wilson officiating. 1 ::30 p m Officers will be electedat Crosby Lake Cemetery.

J The store has been a landmark Jan 11 for the purpose of considering I highlight of the program attend" this meeting as an Instruction Hall.i ( Interment was in Kingsley Lake this time and plans completed I Active pall bearers were W C

o. i 'til!) Street since it was esta- the calling of a minister I will be electrical demonstrations !' period for parents and i At this meeting delegates to the Cemetery. ''
2. for the county exhibit. at the State Powell Barney McRae. One A
biish.-d by the late J. M. Alvarez :.I AU members are requested to at'.1'( by 4-H boys and girls. Den Mothers will be conducted by Department Mid-Winter Conference Active pallbearers were Charles II
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grandfather of the present owner, tend. All members of the cooperative t Scout representatives from Gainesville '! to b* held at West Palm Dinkins. Winton Parrish. Ralph Fair in Tampa. All directors are Wiggins L. Powell Gahagan SIt

W H raham. Guy Andrews. Clerk 1 are urged to attend this meeting: !. I! Beach January l7-ls will also be: 'I Darlt', H. C. Brown. Luther Hil- urged to attend. Johns, Jr and L A Canova

i I I selected. hard, and Douglas Jones.





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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAJUOl FLORIDA
fACE TWO nun."'. JVM: ,l R9.. 1m

E. I_ MATTHEWS V TV V TTWT YYT Y YTTYYYYYYYl 1 I ported to be greatly Improved. u .. .
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BRADFORDCOUNTY Paul Daugherty of Jacksonville - u n n ::' :: :::
EDITOR HAMPTONby Beach called on friends here


VIEWPOINT PUBLISH Mr \\m. \V. IlammondLLAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAjJ Tuesday The young people of the Christian WEEK-END SUPER SPECIALS !

TELEGRAPH Advertising Rates i Church held a party at the
t Community Center Thursda> eve I -

SoUrrlpUon Later: Established In 1879 OB Application I: Mr and Mrs. Onard Parker ning. Twenty-six attended \ "" '..,...,- .. !lilt>- !l1. iWi'.

ft.U Year HM IS Ma and children." Buford and Mary. Mrs. W. W. Williamson spent '\i S 'II/l/..1.,./.1r /' .
Alice, have returned to their home : Sunday with her nother Mrs.J. I g
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATIONMcCarty's in Homestead after spending the D. McCulloch.Mrs. .

holidays with the U D. Mamie Meade returned f
Dyals and I j jw
Address True !I r the Parker families. home Friday after spending the t J
Rings
Mrs
I Mrs. Louise Manier attended holidays with her daughter &
I!IVoodrow Hicks! and family and -
Church for the Deaf in Gainesville f
Governor Dan McCarty's inaugural address in Tallahassee was brief and to the point.If Sunday. :! was accompanied by Mr and Mrs'I

the serious-minded young cattleman-citrus grower from Ft. Pierce meant what he said- I Miss Carol Bleha and friend of Hicks and children of BrunswukCa : d

and we have every reason to believe that he did there'll be some changes made up Tallahassee Keystone Heights called on Mrs. ,I .. Miss Gladys Hicks of Baltimore -
Md and Eugene Meade of ..was
Vernon Slade On
elapse. Saturday. Sun
moons
way ere many I ::;
Here are tome highlights from our new Governor address: i day Miss Bleha left for Eglin Fort Bt'l'oir'a. h ,
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Mrs. Milton Mosh*>r, who has / /lI /'" -
.
Field near Pensacola where :he if
"All pentonnrl on the public clog rate track in Florida which tourist com to unot as I stationed. ,:been ill. is somewhat improved Quantity Rights Reserved -

payroll: mu t m-wRnlte an obligation 1 feel are not now (outr1butlngIhHr .pnder but as an iatr+tor. He I II I Mrs J McCulloch and eon 1 i Garfield Johns who was painfully 1'rices tanxJ Thru stol .,> 'pan II

of MTVkr in the prfuriiuino fair .hare to the cott of must welcomed as a neighbor I Luke entertained at New Year injured in a car wre,.k was

of thflr lutle>. Then- got.rDJnf'ot" and not rvganled as a target! for dinner, her daughter Mrs. W. W. : able to be in town Saturday the Iftices 152
Ih.1 artist.. Williamson and familyVirginia first time in over five week- Call Street
gyp 1 Iveryday--
tl'btht i+ will IM n<> sue I Mr and Mrs J Yawn of Witld!
and Gloria Williamson
"I will any effort to -
one for A gravy-train ride extend legalized oppose gambling "It i is my sincere hope that i!I spent Sunday with Mites. Joanne \\'ert'ew the \\'.Years N. Jacks"n'an Eve dinner guestsof Mr Specials Too Slarke Florida
Hess and Linoa White.Kdgar I
". of Florida. Ia1U through reorganization and consolidation I.I II
\* governor:: .I Terry, son of D. A. Perry I Jacksonville -
"It it intention to appointa more may' lie 1 accomplished -
not tulrrate U* Uvv enfomnifnt my I of Bladenburg. N. C. has returned i
at any Iv(l. I Mill committee of outstanding titizrn In thi* field of conservation i home ifter pending sometime i guests: of the Jackson's The Wesson Oil ShorteningSNOWDRIFT
institutional and better services rendered Miss Shirley Jackson visited her
to study our .
office I with his uncleI -
rrmovr from public any
oUldaJ who l.r."*k.. faith with |>r Mriut aDd make recommendations our citizenat !..+> rost." I The little daughUr born to Mr. It aunt Mrs. Kitchens at the Ala S Lb Can
chua in Gainesville Sunday 3 79CBallard's
I In land Hospital!
Ih* people and I is unworthy of for improvements Mrs Charlie Alvarez on Dec. Mrs Kitchens Is'
order that specific plan.* may be "Our opportunities in the firlil i 29. 1952 has been named WillowEarlene. I' evening
public lru+I" .
the sister of W. :; Jackson of
possible." of agriculture are unlimited hut I
made all !soon at
this place and recently had both J
require Increaved researh and j Mr. and Mrs U D Dyal were Plain or SelfRisingFLOUR
"I want us to bana good I legs amputated aoothe knees
Saturday dinner guests of their
;
facilities"
govrrnmmt housleanlng.." "Our visitors no longer pay experimental I The P. T. A. of the Hampton
*1m, R. F Dyal and wife.
one-third of our :stpte tart, I Ii i School met Tuesday afternoon at 5"s"c 10Lbs93CFlorida
Mr and Mrs. John Hammond,
"I am eonvl'trd I that we ran without demanding to know "I am determined that ourt i Chester 3:15: p m. with only 9 metrbers
son and
daughter Ellen I present. We sure; would like ti
meet the net-d of the next fourrats where the money goes Wemust of I
administration
of
will not lie an Crystal Lake \\'t'ret'w Years ,-xt
have better attendance n
.
) without additional taxation he able to show that it .sounding, bntvt or tinkling (')m- I i I dinner guests: of Mr. Hammond'sparents. I,.I month.a Crystals Factory Packed

on our people. I will notre .soundly spent" Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammond I i and
Mrs Wm. Hammond daughter.
hat nor one tainted with any 1 I Lbs
runt the egUUlure for any I and Willow Ruth. Willow Ruth were business SUGAR S 5
." I 39C
additional t4v.fi except on th* "We must realize that our kind of dishonest) Miss Earlene N'azworth who callers in Gainesville Monday, and

I spent a week with her sister, Mrs. also called on Mrs. Alice Jones. a
One of the most impressive qualities about Go'ernorJcCart: ) is i that whatever he says, Charles Gaskins of Palatka. was former Theresa resident. -

carries the convincing ring of sincerity. There is plenty of good commonsense in the paragraphs -I accompanied home on New Years Misses Evelyn and Vonnie Alvarez Velvo Whole BeanCOFFEE

above and \\e believe he meant every word of it and will carry out his constructive Day by Mr. and Mrs. Gaskins and of Gainesville visited their

program for Florida insofar as is humanly possible. I children. falter Charlie Alvarez and family F Lb Bag 69C

I I Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill 4nd children recently.

Job and Howard Hill! f'pentew Mr. and Mrs O. D. Gay and
It's Going To Be A Selling I Years Day with Mrs. Irene Plannvski son Elmer of Dunnellon who hav-

I at Plant City. Shelia Plan- j been spending sometime in Savannah.
that than was formerly the case. And lastly: it is
Most Starke business houses report ., avski accompanied them home for Ga. were Sunday dinner
1952: was a good year with sales showing a pointed out that most people who can afford the weekend. euests of the J. W. Homes. James ARMOUR'S

nice increase over 1951. such things already have postwar auto ,1'! Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen Horn who had been vacationing ASTOR Vac. Pac

It is only natural that, with a new Administration television sets, and other such items and are: had as their supper guests New with the Gays returned home

soon to take over in Washington, no longer eagerly awaiting a chance to buy,I' Years eve. Mr and Mrs. J. J. with them.

these same businessmen should be wondering costly articles as they were when the war Hrannen, and Preston Nettles of I Misses Doris and Jean Parker TREET COFFEELb

what the outlook is for 11)33.); .tided. I Karleton.Mis. 1 1I !'It'ntew Years Eve with Miss j

Opinions differ widely on that subject. So, as Mr. Livingston phrases it: "American -I Emory Brown, a patient i I I'ill Ellen Seail at h-r home. Ranchc
the Alachua Hospital, ire de la Rev on Crystal Like.
unloose
and
Ralph J, fordiner, president of General Electric industry has got to go out
That is i raise the .. .. .. .
dollars.
predicts that his company's business in those inert propensity ;: 'v .r. r. Con Lb Can
1953 will be as good or better than 1952; but to spend: Sell. ) 39C 79C
Anot'.er: business forecast comes from the NOW !
that sometime
add*, signifie:,ntly; 1 expect} ), .
second we'll have to start National Retail Dry Goods Association which
the
quarter
in *
selling harder than at any time since the end \predicts that for the next eight or nine' Spoon 1o yourhgarls! content f : !:F:1't fl 1J' :r
]
should reach and hold
-4 f the war." month the economy

It may seem a little strange that top business new high: The test will arrive this prediction "SUNNYLAND"

:; loaders expect to have to do an all-out says, early in 1054: when defense and Ready-to-Eat Smoked

selling job in the near future even thoughthe alher government spending is expected to:; 10RRAJNEB t Lb
i
average: personal income of Americans :decline.! PICNICS I S 39C

Y is at the highest level in history. However, For better or worse only time will tell' )
General Eisenhower's cabinet is staffed I : J
J A. Livingston: a syndicated writer on CHERRfVat
largely with men drawn from the ranks of ?
economic affairs, cites several reasons why Corn-Fed, Rib-End, Loin
this is true. One is that the prospect of more what commonly known as "big business".: 1
As Time magazine observes, since these are .' Lb
inflation is no longer an incentive to buy. PORK
Prices have \'arie'ery little in recent the men who have done most of the complaining -, a rich/creamy ice cream! ROAST 4SC

months and most observers predict that the about the way things have been run for ,

peak has been reached. A second reason the past twenty years, they are now in a
advanced j by Mr. Livingston is that personal position to eitner "put up or shut up". .1ADYBORDEN Tender "Eat-Rite" Beef, 7" Cut

income, after taxes are deducted, is not risingas On the whole, the educated guessers seem : Lb
'50 '51. A third reasonis to be taking a reasonably sanguine view of I. RiB ROAST S
fast as it did in or 69C
!
that "real income" per} person which the immediate economic future. Rut practically Get LAPBORDEfJ where you see the Borden Ice Cream Sign

takes into account the effect of inflation all agree that it's going to require a CTla..DorOvo. Cem&AOjr

has hardly changed in the past three years.A lot more "Veiling" if 1933: is to compare Tender "Eat-Rite" Beef
favorably with the records set in the year
fourth reason is that a larger proportionof

our income now goes for basic necessities just closed. CHUCK ROAST S Lb 49c


I The Right Not To Be Organized a/J -


In a recent ,'dtorialtll'} 1.0:0: Angs! Tinu-- union or resigns he loses his job. And so. a* anhou ncatlant A ._ _H = -.. .- .-' '_ ,-" _.L .--' .-.:" :'_
said that any future changes. in the Tal'tIhirtloy the Times added "he is at the mercy of union
law should certainly mdutU an asertion -. officials against whom he has no recourse.:' HICKORY SWEET Sliced CLOVERBLOOMBACON

of the worker's "right to work." Several !states have written into law "rightto

work" statutes of one kind or another, and
"\\Y should protect. the right to organize,
and in have made the closed shop illegal. This \\a. HARDofHEARING BUTTERLb
corollary,
and: do. But as a necessary
not done as part of "antilabor"agitation)
t.urm,,s, the right not to be organized must .
hut to protect the worker and the publir\
iilso V protected. the Time stated.
from the domination of certain labor leader- Lb
to the so-called\ 59C Y2-Lb
The paper was referring It is just as wrong to say that a man muM: 1 Ra d'o Cor th a H'a'"g 39C
luMti ) and its variants, such as the Aoro6,,,, Ad 0vis;
: shop join a union to hold a job as it is to !blacklist t ta as 0 loco, "0'ter

union hop, In either case, the worker must man because: he belongs to a union Ti.! 1. deo for '" -. I.
-
belting) to the union, and pay dues whether last practice was outlawed long ago I "i'',- -- -. _., /-

hi- wants to oi not. It" he refuses. to join the first should be outlawed now.

!-- Fresh Crisp Green Top Texas

,.....'vv.v.T............. her aunt. Mrs! L H Futch. and Mrs Wells and Nim r. I
Mr. and Mrs Othella Duke of to their home on Sund.o Bchs

LAWTEY\ Lake LUitler were dinner guest Billy Anders visited r..i..I .- fJ CARROTS S 3 15c

Futches Thursdijevening. ,. .
<>f the L H on in Jacksonville during the n. ::

by 1.. II. lldih1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA New Year's Day ., days If you b3\u.y problems or questions concerning hearing
Mr and Mrs H. C. Kelley were H. C. Kelley and son. Davidspent aids or hearing aid service, you are cordially, invited to take. Large Golden South American .
.AAALAaslawtry husine-H* visitors to Jacksonville from Thursday of last weekto advantage of our complete facilities for serving those in

Mi 4>ns Install Offuers on Tuesday of last: week Sunday with relatives in Chat I need of better hearing.hear Lbs '
for Year. Mr and Mrs Jack Harvey of anooga Tennessee Mrs. Margaret i A BANANAS S 3 1'9C

Ut Orlando were visiting relatives Kelley who had been: spending
At a regular meeting on better
or ,, -
last weekendMr I t ,
Monday evening the Lawtt'Y her some" time there returned home :
IXHK Inst lll'C.! Harlev: as and Mrs Gould M Brown with her son H C Kelley ; pay nothing Duncan Hines Quick-Frozen
and Mr
New York
Worshipful Master Other officersinstalled of Or.'nta Our community was saddened : Cone in for a Tree demonstrationprove t'isc. '
for the tear were. C. and Mrs J Howard Brown of I by the death of J. S. Shuford on.. to your o m satisfaction: t Cans
A McSwam. Senior Warden: O. Norwich New York who have been Tuesday' Mr Shuford a respected the superb quality and perform- ORANGE JUICE 7 99CQuickFrozen

J Anders. Junior Warden: BUry visiting their parents Mr and and !lone time resident of oar: aact famous Zenith instruments.Here's ____
Mrs Alfred F Brown during tN '.' our ironclad guarantee."If ___
Wilkerson. Treasurer: H. C.Harlt' town: : be rt'atly nJ: >st'dNow "
Wednelalast \ >f id your opinion any S200 hearing -
left .
holidays on
Secretary': J. H. MonJi,
) atd outperform! in any way a $75 A.L
home
week to return 'ROY
Senior Deacon: W. 1Kemp, Ernest Well returned to Lakeland TRY THISForHLDIS Zenith, you get jor mater back ZENITh .
Junior Deacon James Crawford under our uncondiiKxui; 10-day

I. Senior lun'or Stewart.Stewart. D A. K.C. Pearce Harley,, studies last at Sunday Florida to South ro-ur-.e. r J...'.- COUGHFor return privilege". 04' $15 ENGLISH PEAS Pkg 19C

1. 11. Kuteh. Chap in. ONITZINITH
TvU-r. and legeMrs Louse Hill returned to Ft coughs and aute bronchitis due to GIVIS YOU All
Mr and Mrs. I B. Cody and colds you can now get Creomulswn THESE QUALIIT ....
hildren of Jacksonville were over Mvers to resume her duties A? specially prepared for Children in a new Eadueiva. l.t" .__..U."r. .
" v teacher :In the public school after rink and blue package and be sure: prevents failures'j' to h nipfct guests:: of Mr and Mrs. G. pending the holidays with relatives U t) Your child will Lie it. nudity.l ho'S.ee also the tit .?_aadRegent"

\\' Robert Friday night of b t"t't'k in St Augustine and at her (:) It conuuu ecly safe, proven .,.rw 6 Swttth-affords! in- Zon, b.rir""SopetR0Yasent modeli 1.. SUPERBRAND MAR-GOLD 0
ingredients. --lrCXJ1 c ttra- aroi
Deeicrraa
a
I 4Send'to
::::-: 7 Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Hazen o! home hereJoe Brown a former resident t3)nature's) It contains no narcotics to disturb : fresh"A" butery"e a -Lk co..dMcrUlr""..,.. extra: cosr.

.Uiksonville \\,"'ft.'lSltin relat of our town but now of Westonn (4)) It will processes.aid nature to Booths and Tw*,F'u one g.nv for' ; 101'0 Conir(..l,-one for volume J- MARGARINE MARGARINE

yes in Lawtey Sunday afternoon. tt was a visitor to Lawteyon heal raw. tcndjr. inflamed throat and
bronchial membranes, thus relievingthe
Mr. and Fitzpatrick of
Tuesday. couch and promoting tat and EATTtllM FOI All HEARING AIDS
Jacksonville: were guests of Mrs. After" pending the holidays in sleep. Ask for Creooiuhion for Children Colored! Lb 4ftC 7/2 Lb Patties
-rat Ktfie Miner and Miss t3I't..."\ OkH'hobHIiss MaryAnn Wellsetumd in the pink and blue p.uge.CREOMUCSION. 10C I

'y Wet:; on Tuesday I to her home here last CANOVA PHARMACYStarke Quarters!
Miss Omega Dukes of Washington Saturday accompanied by her
I
D. C. spent New Year's Eve "'nts Mr. and Mrs. Frank FOR CHILDREN .J'

..nd also'the day follo..ingith I Well and her I -. -.--- ... -- --"- .-.- -' .- --. ... '.-r. --- .. c



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MADFORD COUNTY TELEGRXPH. STXRKT. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. JANTAKY 9, 1913 TF TIIRF'-
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fYYTTYTTYTYTTYTTTTYYYYTl Dowrm are visiting fnends in out to promote a way for the band
'ia"anooga this week. Thanks to the advertisements anc
Mr Leona Brown and children donations of the business mf'If
BAYLESS H1WAYby \
and Carl the kids had ar
r.f! Stark' and Mr acd Mrs E. Starke
visited Mrs S P. Clark opportunity to attend jmeth!ns
rUrk!
Mr,*. (). II frothyiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. WINTER
'luring: the weekend.Mr many of their dads and r:1d: ROBBIN'S
and Mrs. P C. PhUUps ol have not seen. Know the nad .
Starke and Mrs Sallie Tyson of'
We regret to announce the reconation lovely day and probablym\
California were visiting Mr and
: of our pastor at bayletiHighway sore feet to remember it by but
Mrs W P. Haislop Sunday.
(teA O Karris due the
We had a nice visit with Rev I'm sure they will never forget
i' hLi li iysiial and permanent .
and Mrs J E Ladd of Jacksonville occasion.
disability Kv Karr.es has done
last Sunday afternoon. a
iti n for our f.urch and we re- %OTU C: TO %IPPKtKl
Hear wedding bells were ringing 1 '.. .,
KIT'' t" !see' him leave but all join ( IrrnlC ( .rt Cr.dftor"o.at".
.....-..,. .
(
for Jeanell Alvarez and Jerry Florid:
.
.
iihing him od.5lj as here A ,drew r."My, Plaintiff. VII. W-i-
> .It to rf'cuptrattA.'ill a-] I>>al (,n New Years.! Haven'theard tlleV Iorlr), Defendant.
where the newly-weds are Cat No *:''!
u have a warm spot in our .. ..
Nvltrr To \pp r .
r'sidinBut all of the Bale*
hea-t for Bro Karris and \velme To: l1att.-lIe W. L 1I1ey.. whose rid *
,' folks wish them oodles] of lwk.: .-tu' and address is: 221 > t. l 1 1sr
nim bark at any time.
We attended the cemetery |0th Street Havaniuih. Ga. .
Mrs S R Clark an/1 brttherTohy T.:,0 r are hereby notified thJ'iuit
working at Dyal Cemetery last I
for
Brown and son-in-law Dorf I
Friday Quite a few attended but Divorce ;
) Byrd njoyed a fishing trip ha. o."n t.l..d aranet! you In tn'i I
lots more could have been used atone named (Court and cauit&mi'
v-w Years Day. to dean the cemetery The >..u are -iuird( to nerve a C"I'r[ ..' .
Sorry to hear about the Eddytiormana leaves w"-re raked and burned and I,y plaint?ur answer on the or pleadini Plaintiffs: to Attorr-the << ., _:::::::::::: = v =:- = ':: _
moving away last week. trash cleared It really seems nice Hay -lden.. Selden Building
They are living \\Vralale with Daytona lieach. Florida
..
to think someone cares enough and file the original in the c.ffu "'
their IOn and daughter-ln-law. th- of their
Herbert and I about the resting place or before the 24 day of Januar Jan. 9 1953
>u. temporarily. Starts Fri. :
loved ones and others to make it 131.! other jrtie the allegation ".f S ALE
Eddie La working In a packing I attractive. said Complaint wilt te taken as coo r DRESSS1FES1.11)
hfluJle Sure hope they enjoy their fes"* d by you.
Kathryn and Robert Kelly and i Thu notke l halt be pui! ':i..t i
.
new home one each week for four :oneeeut.w.rks \- |
Jo .
: Beverly Crosby were among, In the Bradford County T.
The Floyd Crmbyn attended the 'the kids to b. able to attend the graph.lasted. ALL LADIESHANDBAGS
wed 'ng of Sylvia May and Robert thl! 10 day of D..t..r
inauguration of Gov Han MrCartv .
,
I: ; ALL MEN'SPleated ] 99
Cox in Hampton Sunday afternoon in T.Il:1haJ-SH The band! was Invited !uFFirIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas YALrES.
,
.
i .rk..f fY i' mutt I"J"( '
the
to partirtpate in parade
Dy Marian I* Crosby Deputy clerk
ALL
Shermanobv and P' TO 7.95
URLOO 1HI I .99

Plus Tax

Terrific G-E __. --
Bargain 9 9 ------ I 4. -

LADIES FLANNEL: LADIES FLANNEL
II' a' i- -- ---. p $ 00
,: ic GOWNS PAJAMAS i

i '
J 1.98 now 1.49
MoneysavingCombination O.99 it

,. -1 Offer --r' 2452.98 now 1.99. -i< y .

,
l.
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a G-E"Sit-down" Rotary Ironer CHILDREN'S Shortslet\e
Indies
;t (, ?
,, -
't ,:
a ChromeplatedCarriag.Table

t Duran covered Posture Chair DRESSES SWEAT RS

Plastic Cover I ic
Dust-proof
1.98 now 1.49 1 99

\ 2.98 now 1.99
> 111Otl'
: And Without Pleats .

L : i L )I .. /dJt'OJf $S9.95 I :MEN'S LONG SLEEVE VALUES

'\ f o $79.95 Children's CorduroyOVERALLS ALL CHILDREN'SCOATS
e UP TO i
!. I \ L \ emE'S SPORT SHIRTS l l !
Terms '
Easy
unm nuinc te COMIIKIIIOX CIAO! t CORDUORY 14.95 i

.. --..... .. rbw 99 99
N ,..Iw.n-M---.. GABARDINE ? 1.98 now 1.49 REGARDLESS 1 ; I w ALL
.. '
-rw- 2
y;;'- I. H'f,',a real laundry luxury at a CHECKERED 2.98 now 1.99 OF I TRICEHOY'S
._---, .-. .-- bargain price! Big Genera I Electric I tLd LADIES FALL
.
,J ,.,
=.=- :-=..= \ I I Rotary Ironer with 110 iq.in. NYLON LtlA"" OUW- -
rr.M4.- .of ironing shoe surface. 22
$ 95 i in.roll. Open end for easy iron MEN'S SLEEVELESSSWEATERS < C 0 A T S
6 9 f I \ ing.Next,left a specially or right hand designed control.car. 't
I BOXER
Was $89.95 riaga table of chrome plated ll ..
iteel folds compactly wheels

GENERAL ELECTRIC I away fitting Comfortable la cover storage.to Duran keep Plastic out covered, snwg-dust. $1.00 DU111lgail'ees @lSC: f Jr. I._

chair for sit-down
posture
easy SIZE 1 G.
MEN'SFLANNEL sr.
NOTARY IBONIKS I ironing.FF I

SHIRTS HOVSSISI'ENDERED) SIZE 1-6 2

G. J. MCGRII DUNGAREES t l
1.09
2.98 Now 1.99

I 3.95 Now 2.99 P R I C E
Call SI. PHONE 229!) 4D:
MEN'SJACKETS I '
I
Children's Corduroy CHILDREN'S[ ) {
LADIES SKIRTS

99510.95 Now 7.99 PAN T S SWEATERS
2.98 Now 1.99
OPENING IN
STARKf 14.95 Now 9.99
1.98 now 1.49 1.98 now 1.49 3.98 Now 2.99

1 GROITMEN'S 2.98 now 1.99 I 2.98 now 1.99 4.98 Now 3.99

AnotherFoy's SHOES
-
LADIES

I INFANTS COTTON INFANTS: WOOLSWEATERS WOOL SWEATERS
Drive-Inn & Restaurant

F55 SWEATERS79C 2.9S 3.9sN0 .'
NOW \\

JACKSONVILLE GAINESVILLE; : STARKE
1.49 1.99 2.99

FRIDAY JANUARY 9TKSPECIALIZING
Ladies CorduoryJACKETS LADIKSHATS)

S.........r.f.e.,##1.," 6' _-" ,_- __ ,__._#,#..._____,...._ I \\ Furmerlv

Children's Flannel 1 Group Children's

IN 7.95 S HOE S

SLEEPERS 4.99 1..99I.ADIKS

2.93 and 3,15 Value

r I Leather Sole Steel Arch 1.49 Now 1.88 CATAI.INASWEATERS

Western F 0 y s SandwichesSteaks ,. .. Sill'I-:1:
"
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'!!JJIII'JIUI <:::E.
F A M 0 US. 6.95 Now 3.99

FRIED 1 (ROIP; BOYS IKUS FLANNEL 8.95 Now 5.99SWEATERS ..

Fresh BOYS SHOES SHIRTS I $14-$15 Now 8.99

SHRIMP -. LADIESBLOUSES)
-- 2.29 Now 1.49
I ----- 1.98 2.45 Now 1.49

Chicken S 2.98 Now 1.99
Vegetables 2. 98 Now 1.99

All You HOYSHOI'LONG 1.98 Now 1.49
$ ; ( ASSIDYJUMPERS
a 2.98 Now 1.99

t Can { HOYSJACKETS 3.89 I Now 2.99DRESS

Breakfast Eat' Open Formerly SIZLS 5.95tf.d 4.49! 2.29 ii

8.95 Now 5.99 AD1ES SIIOES
Served 7:00 A. M. 3-6 B
BOYS DEMINJUMPERS) 9.95: 10.95 Now 6.99:
$1 135 BOYS. AND CASUAL
ToMidnight IIOl'ALONl; I'ASSIDYSHIRTS HOYS CORDt'ORYSHIRTS
Any I
,,. 1.98 Now 1.49 .< .
\
Served only in Iining I I '
0
Hour 2.98 Now 1.99 ;
I I Uoom I-69
I 1.99 ii
y" --- 2-" 3.98.4.98

BOYS LONG SLEEVE Now 4/ mALL

fzztf Fast Courteous BOYS COTTON SHIRTS BOYS LONG SLEEVEPANTS 2.99 e

"' ''' POLO SHIRTS
1.98 2.45 Now 1.49 ; I
CURB AND DINING ROOM SERVICE
2-99 2.98 Now 1.99 1.00 5.95

COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE Now 6.995
NOW E
3.99 4.99 Pi

25Esaaffi3 FOY 0ner 1) COX GEORGE Manager MeCRANIE No LayAways Exchanges
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
I'AGCFoUh Kian\Y. \\ \R9.. 1936r
-
,, Woman's Club Jr. Woman's Club Baptist Circles for a school ohud The :l.<
I To Meet Jan 14thThe Hears Health OfficerThe Met TuesdayThe was The smissvi hostess w.-Ji Mozpah praver Mrs Ned: Yancey assisted Mrs. and family have moved into :' ,
served delicious refreshments Denmork in caring for the 25oung I I house at the correr: of Brown' .
\
I Woman's Club will hold its''' regular meeting of the Baptist circles held their'i' assisted by Mrs Law- \ guests. and Raiford roads

January meeting Wednesday Junior Wom :fs Club was held I. January meetings on Tuesday at son. .

afternoon Jan. 14, at the club Monday evening In the club house the following homes: }' Members of the Ida Darby Or- I
i! house. .,:. with Mrs. Vernon Silcox vice- The Lorena Epperson circle met cle met at the home of" Mrs.
The program subject will be president presiding. with )Irs. Dave Silcox with nine I'I j Freeman Register Jr.A.ith Mrs
Gladys Mooty Health with Mrs Russell Norman, Doris Vickers reported on the 1 members presejit. Mrs. Harding 1r 1 I J. H. DuPre as co-hostess Tues- CAPITAL

Phone 35 program chairman, in charge. Christmas basket, consisting ofj I.r gave the devotional and Mrs. Ep- '': day afternoon at :::30. The meet- $ 50,000.00

.. ___ I_ I .1 III II I I Hostesses for the afternoon will toys and a radio that was given! person opened the meeting with ing opt'nedth the program
n - - - b* Mrs. George Flynn chairman, ;.i,; to the Florida Farm Colony at i prayer. The program topic was :, chairman Mrs S. E. Sparks giving -

Sorority Gives '' Miss Horne HonoredAt airs Ruby L. Collins, Mrs. L. D. Gainesville. :Members of the club I I I "Baptist Women Around the ''I'':: the devotionala. Those taking SURPLUS 200,000.00
i I Haines Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Miss decided to have permanent signs i i World." Mrs. Ada Alexander!.I! part on the program were Mrs. D
Stork Shower Lovely Shower Clara Leaman and Mrs. Shellie painted to be used for parades i ii '{I closed the m tir.gith pra>er. :.'jL I Thomas. Mrs N O Maxwell

: Hall. ,i with Miss Della Rosenberg in I II ,,.I The offering was $10. I and Mrs. W L. Andrews. Mrs. R. RESOURCES 2,500,000.00We
Phi j i The Hall l I I over
Members of the Beta Sigma Hampton Community
' charge of the project Jean'Thomas i I I I Refreshments were served by |; A. Thomas closed the program
; sorority t&tertained at a stork I I wax the scene of a delightful misjcellaneoua Women Ernestine Denmark and';!i the hostess assisted by Mrs. Vernon with prayer.
shower last Friday honoring Mr i bridal shower Tuesday Presbyterian i(i Dot Sale are on the nominating.I Silcox. !! Mrs N O Maxwell circle leader -
Vic Freei and Mn Robert Turnerat evening, Dec. 30, honoring Miss i' ,
I.I Circle 1 of the Presb'terianWomen committee to select the new officers I II presided over the business ses- .4
the home of Mrr C. L. Currie, Sylvia 1 May whose marriage tc I The Dora Alderman circle met .i. sion. The I
of the Church will meet circle was honored by
with Mr, Gene Long u wasting Robert Cox was an event of Sun I i for the club. The club with Mrs. H. A. Lawson, leader I
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at I having Mr James Thomas. Associational -
hoate<<.. I day afternoon. I members decided to pay lOc per I I at the home of Mrs. G W. Alderman I
President
the home of Mrs. K. G Duncan. of Brooker invite of
HoateMta for the occasion the deficit of I I accounts
of I were : member to help pay
arrangements give and
Attractive Circle 2 will meet Wednesday inspiring talk. Everyoneis
Mm Lynn Hall, Miss Lucile Hall i i I' j i The meeting was opened with II
I iI
gladioli were placed at points of I evening at 8 o'clock at the home Club Woman's magazine. A motion i I I. asked to attend the conventionin
Mrs. D. H. Crawford Mrs. Marklee I II by Mrs. H. L. Hough, followed -I
i I prayer Raiford
the occasion. of Mrs Claude Crowson was made to donate $5 to- Baptist church Feb :2:! INDI\'IDUALS FIRMS
interest for I Norman Mrs. G P. Wadsworth.I I i by the business meeting at 10 o'clock. At the close of the ,
Mrs. May Sweeney, Miss Norma !I: Mrs.! Hough program chairman meeting refreshments
servedby
Beta Sigma PhiThe Swfeney and Mica Joan Sweeney I !1 gave the devotional. Topic for the hostesses. were ,, AND CORPORATIONSand
The hall auditorium was decorated the program was "The Purpose of I i j i I
Beta Sigma Mil sorority with seasonal red berries, :j.44Wfr T Missions". Mrs Alderman prayer
will meet :Monday evening Jan. with a large white bow over the Ti chairman, led the circle in prayer. : Birthday Party I, offer State wide Banking ServiceFLORIDA

12, at 8 o'clock at the home of main entrance and a cluster of Those taking part on the program ': For Steve Denmark ji I j jf

Miss June Patel with Mra. G. J. : wedding bells on the forest green I I were Mrs. H. A. Lawson and Mrs | i
stage curtains. ,I i M F. Hazen. I f Mrs S G Denmark entertained' .
McOriff, Jr as cohoatesa. Miss May. attractively attired Ushering:' out the old year was''less light blue net and lace gown There were ten members present at a delightful birthday party I i iDec -I III

1 In scarlet and gray, was presented I|I I one of the most delightful and with bouffant skirt and stole, Patsy ';, Community Missions is lunch j 31st at the Denmark home
:c with a shoulder corsage of white I', successful dance. of the year held I,I Silcox's gown was strapless on the new Blandmg highway for

DJ\ carnations, while her mother. Mrs. I|i I New Year's Eve at the USO spon- I!I Amencan Beauty red net featur- I' ward sending the BHS band to her son, Steve. Jr. who was celebrating -,
Al.. Claude May and Mrs. G C. Cox |I I sored by the Junior Woman's Club ing a full skirt Sue Biggs: Tallahassee.Jane his fifth anniversary.
TARKE FL':, received beautiful corsages or'' Manljn Roberts and her dec-1 i wore a strapless white marqui-- ] Trawick. health chairman, Seasonal red blossoms were BANK
I ," at STARKE
white gladioli.Appropriate. I|! orating committee: Nancy Whit-I i ;-ette. apron effect in front, trimmed introduced Dr. W A. Walters, assistant used on the dining room table
games were playedand I II II'! tie Connie Noegel, Joanne hatch, :'1 with gold sequins Joanne Director of the Bureau of surrounding the punch bowl and
Fri., Sat. Jan. 9. 10 Mrs. Ralph Pearsall and Miss I I I Sarah Torode, Patsy Silcox, Lucille Futch's gown was ballerina i Preventable Disease from the: the birthday cake was decoratedin I )
UK; DOUBLE FEATURE I Glady* Bundy were awarded prizesas ', Godwin and FAith Biggs, !Ir S length, black velvet strapless j State Board of Health. Jacksonville I a circus motif. lllemttr .Isio-vila VaIonaf (
jrouti
The BODY winners. Lace covered tables [ went all out with their elaborate bodice, full net skirt and she wore \ who gave an interesting talk Games were played during thafternoon + rCMlIBARI&iALWS
beautiful and useful decorations of multicolored, long black gloves Elsie Hazen ,,; The hostesses
the
held served delirious ,
many I I' and prizes wet i\\ trd
I ..
SNATCHERWith the auditorium ]I was gowned in pink satin
gifts presented to the honoree streamers in I deep refreshments during the ,onal ed l<> the winnerThe: voting
!!I at the center with a cluster with pleats that fell into folds tc
hour.
BorU Karloff which were opened and placed on caught j sters re 'eiv'.-d tar- 'it g.u hat
ANDSADDLE i, display Mrs. Norma kept the ,. of balloons which were re- ;'' the floor featuring a very full\ : -
: guest book at the door. leased at midnight aroundthe skirt Edith Biggs wore a pink I ..,.-.--.- --_
LEGION White iced cake squares;. Florida dance floor were tables that net and lace strapless gown with q.
i orange: punch with assorted : were centered with candles and in !i I a panel r f accordion pleats one
With Tim Holt I nuts and mints were .served by the the entrance lounge the guestswere j I i side of the skirt Mamie Henry

\1'o Cartoon and Chap. 13Serial I hostesses. greeted with a glittering '\ wore a red net strapless gown'
I A host of Hampton friends and Happy New Year sign placed over with a very full skirt Elise
guests: from surrounding towns the fireplace which held a roaring Pass! was gowned in red taffeta, '

Sun., Mon Jan. 11, 12 were present at the delightful fire the guests: were given; I|i halter effect wish I could goon : '
occasion. hats and noise-makers and danced : and on-but, after all. there is
Rancho NotoriousIn I, until the wee hours to Carl Roberts a limit to space .

Technicolor Rehearsal I five-piece band noted Another delightful New Year's WINTER CLEARANCE
Ulth Marlrtw Ii.-tri<'h and Party i II quite a few out-of-towners at the Eve party was given that evening '

Arthur Kennedy At Horne Home |: dance Frances and Roy Ward of I for teen-agers by Joan Ten ':
Alto Cartoon and NVw I Like City. Mildred an.i Ivan Ha- I ly. which is an annual affair given
ONLY I Miss Martha Home and Mrs I zen of Jacksonville. Irene and after the Watch Nightervice at Starling Friday, January 9) Jan. 13 .
Tue.
-
Betty May entertained ut: a delightful \
Tillman Hutto of Jax. Marjorieand the Baptist church- the party
'
BELLES ON THEIR buffet supper party Sat I Bill Thomson of Monticello. ,, lasted from midnight to 8 a, mat J
'I' urday evening. Jan. 3. honoring I Kvelvn and John Griffin of Ochlocknee. the Tenly home-the 31 teenagers ,
TOESIn Mils Sylvia May and Robert Cox, Ga. and Bobbie and Ray enjoyed music and game Come Early For The Best

Technicolor and their wedding attendants fol. Mapel of G. C. S..a* hard ,: during: the wee hours and ended

Mih Jeanne Craln Myrna Iy lowing the church lehearsal. The to jot down all the descriptions of up with breakfast according aMEN'S ---
and IMtru I'agrtANo J. W. Horn home at Hampton the gorgeous gowns spotted that I to early reports Thursday Jan \
Cartoon and New was the scene of this delightful :i evening; but with the help of one 29 is going to be a red letter day JACKETS MEN'S SHIRTS MEN'S GLOVES

affair. : of my favorite "private eyes" we for Starke: a committee is fir
Wed., Thur. Jan. 11 1, 15 Those enjoying the party were got a few: Robbie Cameron wore ganizing a Dr. W. E. Middleton
i Miss Sylvia May Robert COK, Mr t 8.95 Heavy Quilted 5.98 6.95 Wool 4.98 4.95 Fur Lined
lUG DOUHLE: FEATURE: : ,III strapless pale pink lace with Day on that date with a basket 3.98

I| and Mrs. Mrs JV.Claude. Horne May Miss, Mr.Lucile and iridescent sequins Eloise picnic, parade and the works celebrating 6.95 Rayon Lined 4.98 6.95 Corduroy 4.98 3.50 Wool Lined 2.49
KING KONG I chose a strapless gown Dr. Middleton's 76th biith-
hall Miss Peggy Hinson, Charles! Thomas with purple velvet bodice and orchid day and a memorial for his 50 7.95 All Weather 5.98 5.95 Gingham Plaids 3.98 2.8 Plain Leather 1.98

\\lth FttVruy, Kolxrt Ames Hicks Tracy Jones, Frank Brown net, skirt Marion Loner's years of service to Bradford Coun I II 18.95 Dress 12.98 5.95 Washable Gabs. 3.98 --,___ ,
Norma all of UI6 .UUIIII
Miss Sweeney # strong and Bruce<< Cabot had a red velvet halter and 'ty. r ri
j Hampton, W C. Kammerer :Miss gown I i 19.95 Suede Leather 13.98 4.95 Washable Gabs. 3.98
Find Sue
I i Albritton
AND white net skirt with red dots secretarying MEN'S PANTS
Edna Bay re of Philadelphia Pa..
I gowned in in Charley Johns office 13.50 Corduroy Dress 8.98 4.95 Gingham Plaids 3.98
The I Mr. and Mrs. John G. Childressand Margaret: McGriff was

LEOPARD MAN sons, Wayne and Melvin of I a strapless white marqult'tleth! his I Judge law E.office K. Perryman in the is Perryman opening i 12.95 Gab. Dress 7.98 3.95 Gabardine 2.98 6.50 Corduroy 4.98

With Ifen&U O'Kiffe and I Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred I ruffles Sarah Torode's gown was' bldg. on Court street Matin 4.98 Tackle Twill 3.98 3.95 Flannel Plaids 2.98 5.95 Gabardine 4.45
Dodd and daughter, S)lvia Ann a ballerina length light green 1 Henry is now cashiering at Set -
Marge I 5.98 2.98 Flannel Plaids 1.98
Also" Latest World News of Keystone Heights and Tony I tulle with rows of sequins and a Inzer's, and the shock of the week 8.95 Corduroy 6.95 Gabardine 5.45

I Gonzales of Starke stole Norma Curne wore a strap- was when Scootle Duke reported .U I 1-1- 11---1-- n 2.98 Rayon 1.98 7.95 Gabardine 5.98
I for work in her new at the -
job
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i Sheriff's office Monday with a BOY S JACKETS 2.98 Solid Color 9.95 Gabardine 7.98

ROBERTS JEWELRY I huge silver star pinned on her Flannel 1.98
13.95 All Wool 9.98
'' -
I coat with the letters "SpP<'lal' 4.98
6.50 Heavy Quilted
Deputy" on itit was presentedand ----------1----- 15.95 All Wool 9.98

Tour Friendly Jeiceler" I made by Dot Epperson 6.95 Heavy Quilted 4.9ft ---- -- -...
I Tom Slade treated his Starktemployees 5.85: Heavy Quilted::: 3.98: BOY'S SHIRTS :
I to the Gator Bowl game BOY'S PANTS
ANNOUNCES A PRICE RISE. last Thursdaythose attendingwere 7.50 Heavy Quilted 5.48 I

Oscar; Davis Russell Norman 3.98 Flannel Lined 2.98 3.95 Gingham Plaid 2.98 1.98 Gabardine 1.49
M D. Elder. John and Henry -

Godwin see the Rev Haines 2.98 Flannel Lined 1.99 2.98 Gingham Plaid 1.98 3.95 Wool 2.69

t t family have moved into their .______,_",_11" ____
2.98 Washable Gabs. 1.98
& ON 2.98
lo"elr,4W pastorium this w'kGayle Gabardine 1.98

: INTERNATIONAL f Edward! celebrated her MEN'S SWEATERS 2.50 Gingham Plaid 1.69 ****-----*-----*---.,.*-

7th birthday last Saturday bv entertaining 1.98 Printed Plaid 1.49 ONE: LOT OF
STERLING a few friends at a 5.95 Wool and Part
0a'o theatre partv her mom, Lucille\ 1.98 Flannel Plaid 1.49 LADIES SHOES
Edwards celebrated her birthday Wool 3.98
In the 4th little Peggy Sut --- ,,------------- Values to 6.95
8.95 All Wool Interlock
Y inter celebrated her 2nd birthday

.N Effecti on Thursday with a small Stitch 5.98 BOY'S SWEATERS .98
1 natty by the way I hpar that 9
2.98
3.95 All Wool Vest -
.j S H i is! that way about Buzz
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r *- -
Osier of Tampa they sure were ____ __._
r 0' 5.95 Award 3.98 ---*---------- --
W :itt'.ng the rug at the New Year'- ONE LOT .

!' Eve dance sorry to hear that LADIES SKIRTS 3.95 Award 2.98 ONE LOT OF L\l DIE'S; :;
m Wools and Sarah Caines and '
2.98100 Wool
1 \nunjtsiers; are moving to Atlanta DRESS SHOES
iii on the 19th where Wools will ; Pullover1.98
) LJ >
be working for the Carrier Corp 1-2 1 OFF
,l hear that Nookie Fowler g.'t 2.50 Cardigan All Values to 8.95

We will accept i telephone call from husband Wool 1.79
-
Ensign Dick Tuesday ev+-nine ONE LOT OF $198
all
orders
1.25 Sweat Shirt .98
frc.n. Quonset Point. R. I -are LADIES SKIRTS -

f ;., received before y ti:" was sailing the following:
"orning( for Afnca-gettin? ha K
store closing :.. the states in July !so-r\

January 17, .--- ''-.13.. hear been that undergoing Mike Andersor tnatm-n wh .' 1-3 I OFF 1.3 Off ON ALL CHILDREN'S APPAREL

1953 it Hope Haven three fn: :.>*
-
',. 'k. will have --
>-f' to have v.is: :rY
AT OLD PRICES! ;'it back in a cast next week LADIES; FLNNEL dOS & PAJAMAS
i Lot Ladies Dresses 1
Hear that the Beta Sigma P.tl -2 PRICE

1 ,: :l was Max won i on by Cherry Vivian StnphiMn street .;; I Reduced as low as $1 39

they have three little girls "".

A loll ardrobe had a with lovely accessories and I'xtt'n\dA! ,*- 1 Hot Ladies Dresses j-3 1 Off Men's 65c Socks 49c

.. r _.. ia t.> rubber rain boots and a p., now
of shade glasses the soron ,
netted $45 on the Christmas pr

== j?\.t Add folks I env\ t, LADIES SWEATERS
; All Ladies COAT SUITS 1-] OFF
; and Lib Newcomb Hear in- : 1-3 I OFF
leave today for a wonderful wee
.
3SSE3 end in Cuba The trip u *'
aataas :' e. tfScV award that Coca-Cola >13 giv" Ladies Winter% Blouses
t

p !lt PI.r managers cent increase who in showed business a All Ladies COATS 1.3 OFF 1 13 OFF

.. a exss+ 1&52::! CongratulationsMrs.
: ten Pi Q
!:E a H. P. Moye of Orlando w ALL LADIES \I'LO.1D RAYON GIRDLESBR.DFORD

stay with the Newcomb boy} .

I while mom and pop are Cl'Ul31r.1'' All LADIES TOPPERS (1.] OFF 1.3 OFF
--- ternational Sterlingt&Zrtrji Well, seems to be: all for now

1 So lor.g See you in the nextCarolyn
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

""RIO-_____n\_''. JANUARY 9.. 1853_ I'GF. nvr
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.1 i.1I CoL T T Long was in Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. J C Fogg attended Mrs R A McRae .if ['Iad.C"It;- Mr and Mr Gi\ Andrewand oricr TO APPKIB

r. ,1 I Tuesday to viat his mother, i the Gator Bowl game last and Mr and Mrs. James Hunt and Sun Tommy, spent the weekend KUrlJai I. CtN'."I.(.fa..rery..,.. iI,alf.rd (....t,. ;TOIIOM'.\.Ktt'Tci; IT: THAT M\t 'U'* lHi I JK'K.-.I.

I III Mrs F. H. Long who is seriouslyill Thursday. son of Bomfay. were guests of Mrs. in Birmingham. Ala visiting rela 1"'r' :: M IA"? K.n. i 1;., Srdan Kng-ne Nii-l-r; Su.th 'H., l/1lil I
Linda and Greenof Henrietta Hunt last week .. K !..- .. i-rf. n.1.1-,1, 'I I ITi. an aj'pr-' !'J taiar 'f ie-s 111. t
Marjorie
f II at the home of her daughter Patsy tives. .'as... ; 9i'0'"t w a' flsett ,i-. lta-...!' "
aa. s: ;: .
Mrs Bryant S. Carroll. Jacksonville were holiday guestr. Ladies Coats on Close Out \.tire T. \'Pf'ar < ''u\t> Kl-TuU. on N'.ncnibij
R ....,. l')J. for "I'I.U.>a r.f i'na| j
: hard ,
Mr. and : I. wh..se .
of their r.- !
i Mrs. Maple Carter and Mrs. Ef- grandparents ; Sale at Stump's.Mr CARD OF THANKSWe den t and address is iMS! Putnam Florida tat.'o. 1911> as amend
II fie Johns spent Friday in Jackson Mrs L. D. Green. and Mrs C. U Currie, Mr. ANrnar.. Kidgewood :?. :0-.11'; York. I and that It .IK the intent \>t John EMontgomery :
THE NEWS l>ir<>ctor of the
w wish to thank our You J>n
many are '
Mrs. Edward Mr. and Mrs.' Tom Slade at-1 1 and Mrs. \ bnebaoufle4; that a Dtt\.rr.ae
| tulle visiting Mr. and ,, Gene Long and Mr. and suit for Department of PlorMa. t
., ._ ___ --- .1- I I Gross. tended the Gator Bowl game in ,I Mrs. S. G Denmark attended the: friends for the flowers, deeds of ; Uivorc 'I retain'. said |>roi,.>rt) for UN by th i
I kindness I Alas Slat I.t'r.ltr IVpartment of Klf
Jacksonville last Thursday. : and other expressions of been filed raint you in the I
1 Gator Bowl gant4on New Year's :a1 ida on February 9, !!'i t. ax i. ,-- '
Breaud of I Mrs. Effie Johns had as dinner I I >>oum..J Court and saws ad i I
Mr and otu Olin W White. Sr. Mr and Mrs. George Mrs. W. F. Godwin and Mrs. W. Day. sympathy during our recent bereavement. you are required to serve a copy ofyour 1 tided for in Section i,; y9. Ki.-rui, {
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carter ,, Statutes, 1941. .
visited Mr. and guests a* amendrd.A
Pensacola
visited Mr. and )of fa. G. C. White J. Chandler accompanied their i: answer or pVadlns: : to the
J. on Monday. of Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Edward I i Mrs J R. Kite and honseguest.I ;. complaint; on the I'latntlfr )) .persons. claiming: "ns r.st-.
Tallahae E. Flynn > tDt..r '
in -
Jofra. J. W. White
and house guests Mr. and Mrs H. B. Attorney, T Frank L&fidrnm.
Mrs. L. A. Canova attended the Grow of Jacksonville. Mr. I I W E Curtis of Ehzabethton.Tern. Mr* W M. Hickey and familyAT Stark. Florida. 'pr-.perany u"
Sunday. Tuesday. and Mrs.. Maxie Carter and her ; Montgomery, to Griffin. Ga., for ;J i i left Thursday for W. Palm and tile the original !n the officeof I to appear and to make < l.u;
Paul Williams, Don Price and inauguration on an'extended visit. TilE TELEGRAPH the Clerk of the Circuit Court withmc thirty till day I.o- it t
and Mrs. F. V. Kent of Ottawa, son Freeman Johns of Lake But ; Beach for a wt't'k'sisit with Mr > i'n <". before eke date <'f the first pubttoation or i--1-'
Jimmy Williams Don Price and ALL KINDS OFFICE SUPI'UESNOTICE
Mr. and Willard Pass ,
Mrs. 1 of this nonce .
9 day of February. n SJ. tag a Is prutdrd I
tUtute were weekend gv.esli of Canada is vi Ung her sister, Mrs. l ler. son. Gene, of Tallahassee spent I and Mrs. L. J. Kite. other.h'e the allek-atloos of said! Section iS 1$. Florida Statute, t:+11
Leonard Noegel. Wilbur Scott and :Mr. Scott I Mrs. H. C. Yarbray of Atlanta, Mr and Mrs T W Oliver. Jr. : Complaint will be taken a> conTested a* amended, to the State ReveretVpartmeat :
the weekend with Mr and Mrs.
To APPKIH by you. of Flo..icIa. Tallah,""
Miss Marjorie Lloyd of Chattanooga Mr and Mrs. John W. Griffin I Ga. was the holiday guest of Mr 11. D. Green. and children. Mary Ann and Tommy I. Clf-ralt f..rt. tiradl.rd l'.uty. 'tt.', notice thai De pubUahea FI'nd.'r all uoh rtsrhtaiul ,
weekend of Ochlocknee. Ga. and :Mr. and I and Mrs. Ralph Yarbray. Mrs.E. I I of Fernandina Beach wereSunday "'...,1..1 !. C""f". once each week' fur four concecutue trrest In and to said property >'1\.1''I Icease
Tenn. was the I and ,
Mr.' and Mrs. Joe Arnold Jamu W. Ri.y I'Umtiff. \ > Iirnovhr weeks" in the Bradford County Tl.- and terunnate.John .
guest Of Mini Carol White.Miu Mrs W If Thomson, Jr. and children i T. Shull Jr. accompanied her i daughter. Jackie, spent last week I[ ; guests of Mr and Mrs. \ !U-> rfrnd4nT: grsnh E. U..ntlr'm.ry.! tUrt.t
New tc I',*-t x. !95.1 Dated thi T: ila> ot January. n 1 :.3 State l>" IVpartmrntFlorida ,r
of Monticello were mother Mrs. H. C. Yarbray. '' W. H Nollman. rrage
Eleanor Jeanette of Too- I visiting Mr and Mrs. Jack Sidney, '.(IHO To Ipprar.T" HKKICIAI. SEAL A J. Thomas,
coa Institute was the weekend Year's weekend guests of Mr. and I Atlanta. Ga. to await the arrivalof in Baltimore Md. I' }:\t. 1891 and still going 'strong! Kllcn Norhr. tiny h.'..t> >"cdrnr .- 'lerk of the Circuit t < un Teo! I IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL
I a-i addrr s I' lkarnangstet Ivy Marian L. Orosby. P"rat Clerk
guest of Mr, Elmer Johns. j, Mrs. F. F. Stump and daughter her baby. ;Mrs. J B. Cottrell and Mrs. L.I'i I See our ad. ALVAREZ :STOKE." t, Vrjgaard I'r.. .\alt".tg tin- .

Mr and Mra. Ned Yancey and Lillian. Mrs. Don Patray and childrenof D. Green were in Tallahassee !:i Lt. Col. J S. Mundorf of Washington mark

Mr and Mr. Ernest Phillips attended Mr and Mrs C. W. Sinclair and Clearwater are visiting Mrs.Patray's Monday to Wednesday visiting]i iI f D. C. flew in last Friday suit You for are hereby notified: that *

the Gator Bowl fame on daughter. C ara and Mrs. W. S. I parents Mr.. and Mrs. (j Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and attending for a few hours visit with Mr. and 'II Piwrce NOTICE .
bas
weekend I I I been filed against you In the
New Year" Day. Slade of Douglas, Ga. were L. O. Itazen. for a few days while i the inaugural on Tuesday.Evrryihing I i I Mrs R E. Mundorf. above named Court and cause and 3 *
ladies guests of Mr. and Mm. T. H. I AL-1! you are required to serge a copy of
Coats Close Out ,
on Grapefruit tree, Pecans! Figs KEIHTED at I I
'I The V S. St. John family enjoyed your answer or pleading to the TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
Sale at Stump's.Mr ,, Slade. Grape Vine at Sitrunk's.. PARESTORE. 59th Anniersary outdoor seafood dinner complaint on the PUtntiff'tAttorney.
an
and Mm. N. C. Mott! of Miss JoAnn Smith is attending | is in Sarasota on busi- j i Sale.Roddy I,I Evan T Evan'. 103 5.11'E
Mr. Patray
in Archer Wednesday. Present Law
i Exchange Building Ja.WScnMllr. !
-
Clinic in Tampa from j I I HAVE MOVED: THE LOCATION OFFAKMALL
Brooker are spending this week the Baton I Struth returned to Georgia Florida.
I j were Mr. and Mrs. James Thom
with Mr and Mrs Wilklnmm. Thursday to Saturday. ness.Mr. I and file the original In the office of
Edgar THACTOK )
SALES .\ nSEn'ICE
and and Mrs. G. L. Colgin of| Military Academy in Milidge- I and children I Mr Thomas is home the Clerk of the Ci'cuit Court onor
The Wilkinsons also had s Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wilson I and "yule Ga. after spending the holidays before the
:Norfolk, Va. are visiting Mr. ion five days leave from the Veterans TO t
guest on Wednesday Mrs. C. H.Layfield Mr and Mrs. Luther Wilson of 9 day lOt February 195; .
Mrs. J. O. Gay.Apprentice I with his family. 1 Hospital in Augusta. Ga.), ''otherwise the allegations of said

Cal navllle.and on. Benny, <>f I| Green guests Cove of Mr.Springs and were Mrs. sundaY'I'I j! Seaman Steffanelli Mrs. T. W. Oliver Sr. returnedto Mr and Mrs. Edwin St. John and Complaint"d i.'ou.. will be talon as cunfess- \ 10TH AND CHERRY STREETSIn t

I has returned to Electronic school; her home at St. Simons Island, children of Hawthorne, who are ,:I This notice tball de published
.
Mr and Mm. L. Dlnkins attended j Sparks. i Ga. last Friday after spending a moving to Lakeland the end of the once each week for four coii"nutur I'nitfd Plastic Huildin Near Depot *
Call after spending j .
,
the Gator Howl OHNew Mrs. H. C. Hitch was in Gainesville j I in San Diego .,. we ks In the Bradford County Telerraph. -
game week with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 44
week Miss Alice St: John and Mr.
the holidays with his parents. I| >
business Tuesday. "
I
Year's Day. on tat.-I T d.iy .f Jaiv.i.UN I''"
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd. Jr II |i Sam Mitchell of Jacksonville is'', Nollman.: and Mr* V S St JlhnLlaZ OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J rh.'ma>- farm Home and Auto Supply E
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Kifhirdson I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymer of Clerk ,
of the
Robert, with Mrs. I I .\ : 59thnnhf'r H) Clr'ultUr!
Nell and few
I land days
and daughter Bertha of Phila. children II spending a Lexington, Ky. were overnight By Marian L Cioby. I>"i>n'\ ,'\\'rk .
last week in Jackson, Miss I J. M. Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. ;I !Sale. Se our ad. 1 ', 4- I '. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLLd'OOD
spent
delphia, Pa visited Mrs. Richardson i I guests Monday of Mr and Mr*. ..
:
I I -
a Mister Mrs. A. W. Anderson, | visiting relatives. Lester Crews. !' G. S. :N'ewcomb.I .

Sr on Tuesday! while enroute tc Mrs. R J. Davis attended the I'i I II. Hazen of Jacksonville i I'I Aftt'r'isiting in St. Petersburg ,

Lakeland where they will sojourn inauguration on Tuesday and al'% i: spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. ,j I Lakeland, and Orlando for Us.. f ,

until "pring.Maj. visited her son-m-law and daughter. -j! A. E. McKinney. !' weeks, Mr. C. F. Ward returned
Mrs II. G. Davis Jr., .
Mr and
John Ault of the U S Public I I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Arrendell and [ home Thursday accompanied b\
Tallahassee. C
Health Service, Atlanta Ga while in Charles Arrendell of Orlando were Mr. and Mrs E. U Charbonneau

was the weekend guest t of Mr and j Heal bargains in Indies I Sunday visitors of Mrs. O. L. j' of St. Petersburg, who will spend a Y''et. a

Mrs Jack Trawirk at Kingsley ,, Dresses) at Stump's Sale. !, Haynes. this weekend with her.

Lake. ,I Mr and Mrs. Gerald Ford of ; Mr. and airs 13en Rowland, j Ladies Coat Suits on CloseOut : .

'I Atcheson, Kas., who were stationed Mrs. Pearl Burnham and Miss Sale at Stump's.Mr. y 1 0

t at Camp handing during WW i Barbara Prevatt attended the in. and Mrs. James Peter-on.

2 are spending a month in Florida i auguration on Tuesday. and baby enjoyed a holiday vi-it 1

RUSTY I and are at present spending a Mrs. Wilbur Scott has returned i ii with Mr. Peterson's brother-in-law
and Mrs W. II. I
week with Mr. home after ten days visit in De- :, and sister Mr. and Mrs r B

Iflciwnet | nollman. i!, land with Mr. and Mrs. Walter I II Strohscein of Hamburg. La on ,

WATER I Mrs I C. F. Sales of Miami Glatzau and Mr. and Mrs. Robert )II their return they stopped at Bon I {

1t UJI flew to Jacksonville, on Sunday 'I I; Glatzau. fay and brought another brother t

II.t to spend several weeks with her Everything EDITED: at .\1..1 in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs .-:

\t eM r. sister Mrs. E. K. Perryman and VAKESTOKE.. W. Miller home with them for a '

iff toui PIUMUI Judge Perryman. vary Sale 59thlnht'r'j visit.Mrs. I I'&IIl I
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perrymanand Pearle Colson and children
01 FUMP Df Alt* Mrs. J. R. Ritter Sr., Mrs.
FOI fill lOOKlfTWIITI son Comer, attended the Ga Selma Chapman. Roland Osier and I i and Mr. and Mrs. John Christiansen

10 CALGON INC. tor Bowl game on New Year'sDay. I II i spent the Christmas holidaysin
I Ronald Gibson of Tampa were
i IAN uoo, rimiutGH jo, A. Shellie New Orleans with Mr. and MrsJ. emuS afA&?
New Years guests of Mrs.
I Hall. | L. Kt'atingand Mr and Mrs

John Jenks and in Houston. Texas .,
Mr and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and v/-
I with Mr. and Mrs. F. C Stevenson
i family of Jacksonville and Mr and I II It \ ( SLICED
Wilbur :
Seaboard Railway and Mr. and Mrs
wise will economize i
Mrs. Charles Parker of Daytona % Shoppers

| weekend guests of Mr. ,, Smith. a Ib
Beach
''and Ir.L were S. Hutto and family. '! Misses Joyce and Ethel Ntw- on the many money-savin); I BEAKAST BACON 49C
some of Gainesville and Miss Eve-
i Sandra Thorpe spent last; values offered day |
Miss lynn Newsome spent the weekend every 1
''
Watch InspectionJan. week in Miami and Fort Lauderdale in Valdosta Ga. visiting relatives i
;i and attended the Orange'I! and fronds. Come See at A & I* HERMANS ALLMEAT

Bowl game on Thursday.Dr. i I Real bargains in Ladies '

9 1953 John Gumanis of Chatta- ,'Dresses at Stump's Sale WIXESAI1 FANCY WESTERN: FRANKS Ib cello 41C

hoochee was the weekend guest of ; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns Sr Ib
!II IMrg.
Felos. Claude Jr.. tc
l Dr. Pet v drove their son APPLES 15C

Shellie Hall Roland Osier ;: FSU at Tallahassee on Sunday !

ED SIMPSON GEM JEWELERMy I and Mr and Mrs. Brad Locke attended I and returned their other son. Ken. HERMANS: AJ.J.mATSJ.JCEn

I the Gator Bowl game on j neth, to U. of F. enrout. home. I

:New Years Day. I!: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlong, YELLOW COOKINK; 8 oz pkg

and Profession I Mr and Mrs. Ovid Lewis were i iI I I i Dr. M. B. Herlong and Mrs r-ar lbs BOLOGNA 19C

Personal Integrity I I in Tallahassee Monday to Wednesday -i j i rip Adams attended the Herlong 2 1 17C

Backed by Over Forty Years Experiencein and attended the inauguration reunion in Micanopv on Sunday
j I'
t Mrs.V.. T Jackson and
on TuesdayLadies Mr. and DRESSED) AND DRAWNGrade .
Railway I
and Servicing
Repairing sons visited Mr. and MrChe
Coat Suits on CloseOut FRESH
Watch is Your Guarantee of Satisfaction. i I Sale at Stump's.Mr Moody in Lake Butler on Sundavi A Ib
,i R. Wainwnshi Ib
and Mrs. J. pkg HENS 49C
and Mrs Bill Plaster of attended the inauguration at Tallahassee CARROTS 1 SC
Jacksonville were weekend guests
Officially Appointed I on Tuesday.
i
1'of Mr and Mrs. J. K. Douglas.; i Mrs.! Charles Hardy and children

I Miss Judith Ann Ray of Monti- 'wl'rp In Palatka on Sunday: vISiting ] (,'OLDEN) SHORE HHEAnEUPOTATOES
r. S. NO. ONE WHITE

SEABOARD RAILWAY i| rello Mr and warthe Mrs guest Merrill last Edwards week of ,, Camellias Mrs. G. E and McGauley.other e\ercreens Ibs 1) 8 oz pkg

1 Th '% also had as guest on Sun- at Sis trunk's. 10 49C : SHRIMP 39C

INSPECTOR i day. Rny Howard, :Mrs. Ed'.vards'I At Hartmann was called t.
WATCH
1
I brother, who was enroute from Rockford. Ill. on Tuesday bv th 1

I Boston. Mass to his home in serious illness; of his mother Mrs (OLDEN RIPE i (H'11\ FROZEN BONELESS RED

STAUKK, FLA. i Gainesville. J R. Hartmann.Mrs. .

.\1\'.uttZ 59t hnnh l'N1r) \\'. B. Mundv :and Ilalllh Ib Ib
,, BANANAS 9C !
Sale. S v our ad. ter Clair Jean were III Jacksonville 1 PERCH FILLETS 29C

Dianne Colson spent last week I Tuesday on businessMr.

with her grandparents. Mr and I and Mrs J R. Rolom..f. I
,
THEATRE Mrs. G. B Colson in Brooker. ,i Ocala were New Year rue-sis AD'2 and Mrs. R. T. Hicks .inrf
Sgt: : Billy Dansby has returnedt oz jar !
STARKE Fort Bonning. Ga. after twc. :Mrs. Havana Johns. 29C
IVarh. Pear. Persimmon pint
Orange
wt'ks'Isit with his parents Mr OYSTERS 89C
trefs at !Slstrunk's.Sen. .
Dedicated To Community Service :and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. j jMr : and Mrs. Charley E JoM. !

")10\Ire Are Better Than E\er" |I and Mrs. G. W. Darnell and ; and son. Jerome, attended thfin nestS IIINESE
'
i
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad family visiting were in Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs G.Sunday H.- n 19 oz pkg

cut ad out and present it to Itox Office for FREE TICKETS Darnell. Tuesday.Mrs.. T.. F. Landrum and Mr CAKE E MIXES 33C != Cleans Bleaches DisinfectsCLQROX


Sat Jan 10 ONLY Tues., Wed. Jan. 13, 14 k. Don't miss the bargains inLadies ; Ho"r>'n smith attended the mautru

Dresf.es at Stump's ration and brought home sev,>ra'
DOC HLK FEATURE !
,-"I\.I HEADLINENj Dress Sale. j: members of the BITS band -A h,

: iMnIDls t SUSPENSE; J JtuJU Mrs M F Brown drove her ; r3T'ti/'it'latP In the parade GRITS 24 oz pkg

iki oW 1tAt1tQtt tlaughter. Florence back to college. j I i Snnnv T nlv spent the w..k..rin 19C
Jacksonville visiting hi" exam'! i
I : F sr., on Sunday. Theywere I II
S tO z'' I[narents, Mr. and Mrs r HVal 1-2
uEPl19UC [ accompanied bv Margaret i Quart ftC Gal/ IflC
'!
s P l 1 1UmiI 1.u 9Itl Rose drum. Duncan Margaret and Rose Martha and Martha Lan- I i I ters.i Mr.. and Mrs. T. F. P.-iv. ,,; DUZ Ige pkg 27c'JOY, bottle 29c ,

", rs-rna w rp nndivq ',.. I were guests: of Florence until ; Ige pkg Ige pkg ,
,1Nt) PO"\, ; father A F S.i :a!1- .,,,, ,
l' Tuesday when the two girls, with -" eeee----" --------- ---------" '---------- -----.eI ---------
Jf..V. .
I ..
in the amtf a Sanlc
band
'heBH participated
inaugural.; I f''t m!<.c. the hlr: in.. j'1iT SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL t

.,l:_ T> at Stump's ,
resses
; 1 4k! Mrs. E. C Priest" spent last 1.-I
e 1)rec;* Sale.1 Oz. Bottle I
VU i "llcnitf tat Pappa' iartuon A"t"eknth relatives in Fort White An' or.d Mrs E T !!:. k- ; E Ann Page ,' k

And Latent \\orld New Mrs. Kate Shepperd spent last I. -o ITavoni Johns and Mi- KETCHUP C
1 P.EPUdtIC
week in Winter Garden with .h Damson l r fr ,
PICIUdEi i r-t..p ro1con were wake: : I L i /
'
friends. _,_ 1r IK '
VAN PATEL tq ofir arH Mr {- (gJi
Mr and Mrs. Joe Starling entertained \ ., I
;a Moron. GiThf'\ -e I .
Carttxm and at a dinner 1\arty Sunday ...... I ; ; PLUMPRESERVES Jane Parker
.11.0 ( Nj Vot.s> Th ur., Fri. Jan. 15, 16 .... -- tAt the temixTitur '* 1- HEINZ t [ TOMATO I visit J
Chap. 1, lUavk Hawk serial honoring tht"I'n.thl. .ca ..hnvp t>,"re Pnndav n"ir-'"*: I Golden Loaf
birthday anniversary of Tonv Gonzalez for I
u. IOn" Mrs Thoma C Oer-v 3SC
"tom D. 1-;. CHAMPIONSun. TECHNICOLOR/ Among the ten gu pch were SOUP3
-,44"" n'j rtauehter [aura JI-K> pAvr
!!-..>n hers ,.f the two {uni1tt's.tr ... S E E S
'-'* ''"o the Bitch apartment
., Mon. Jan. 11,12 ''tI < J L Anderson Jr. ana -..> r...,nfvv street: which wr s va. Heinz Fresh Cucumber 16 oz. jar I
.... t children visited Mr and Mrs. T. rR.tlnt's II
I h" KT XT- and Mrs. Brad I.o. kf
; I f I IP I in Gainesville on S ndv I-i "" -"''"w1 to 211! E 10th, sir ?* 23C Ib jar
Pr and Mrs H. H. >dT\"> ; C'nA"t ... .. PICKLES 2 i 25C
"- t"" weekendi 39CI I
LORETTA YOUNG
+ t TitwE New Years day in Miawi v--*>''- 1-
..
RICHARD GREENE they :attended the Orange Bow'' i TR Bennett rf Manainr i I
\ __ -" '-- home Tuesdaaft'T _

\ -- .__. WAITER DOUGLAS BRENNAN OUMKIUf game For Garden, IJ "T... a...* _-..X.._ A week with her aueh+ LAVA SOAP, (Ige bar, 3 for_ 29c } IVORY SOAP, large Bar, 2 for 2-;; j A P I

( IiAlfN tt10 tIT >,...- e-.. "... (-i1 welL who way : P FOOD STOR E
SiE19ARi6R GER Mowers Viroro. Hy-flrn.
sue.5 1 '1""t I MOCOMOUBiA7O Grow -Si. .trunkX '-..-.... with the flu. i OX\ DOL, large 28c PERSONAL IVORY, .Ifor..Ic | **
:at
.
.'Ra# It { I." Great Atlantic and
\ DEBORAH KERR tt nnrot 4 i1. "'-'h l"'mtnf and GuAndrew" Padflc Tea r
Mrs B A. Pope. Jr. And o.
= __ t.cat nawst ...-'ran SPIC and SPAN, pkg. --- -- 24c | IVORY FLAKES, Ige. pkg. 27c 300 East Call]
I'lus "Stx-k-a-DtHMll* Do" Cartoon dren returned to their hr\" f. the inauguration on Tue!' j 5t.
-
':I( .. And Latest) 1A'urldetts Hus "Vie Sick SAilorV Cartoot 1 Gainesville. on Sunday IIn" cr.on ASP : CRISCO, 1 Ib. can ___ ___ 31c j CAMAY SOAP, bath bar, 2 for 21c { Prices in this ad effective< thru
.t"ekith th.5' n._nh -.. t.qt J cat.
.ne two ; and still coin( strong 1 t ( Jan. 10th.
..
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns.! ..-, -.t. ALVAREZ STORE.
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT inauguration parade Late that 1... .?...?.. ?..? ?..?. cues aril 1 find t nmn J t\ \B| 9. .+.'"'
: advantageous tG I anie One: injected the -----
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1ndan.IS : -
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arc
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:a: ,
night our band arrived home atired do so now "While "t' :: : :: l' .1.\ :", : -\ b .:. .1. ho .,- -
strong
I growth amed through! .;ie bUnxl-trea: ito r ittJt"m. af'oni: it sh'uialways : ..ir,1t'U!
BRADFORDHIGH but PINE LEVELby -uitab.e! high nt.inagcment. r" v
pleaded
group. hould not be quality be
expected Ut'"old
during all of the renumbered: : the
parts animal bode purebred bull I- one that animas { adequate feed fv>r animiii; : ;am t
period of the year Dr. Ki-! so t'.at a fly !is big husbandman- s&1d.hthlt .
or tit .
mosquito that for age. of a e s?n 'iiti.'"i HM i .vt "
I wonder if you folks noticed linger: explained "the gcv-v.j Information and good ball! ; t
Mrs. II. M 31elaeu..AAAAAALAAALAAAAAAAL additional sire goi4
pierces the aramal's skin calves and and m.ik
in attempt ..
an wi-r
tvpe. and
!
stands > :! ;:
in front of the on y ynecessa
the lovely display fertilizer will good strong
bring out rapidgrowth rnakrmone for his
to
feed is dosed owner while
with the feet
:
and y
legs. i iTe
Ill Y
The -
High School building' if a warm spell develops insecticide.Lmdar.e In a pixu or 'barga-n': bull will "lSt. ii i
k LIGHTS club did a wonderful Job of in selecting the herd bull it is the --
P.eW. E Hall filled his regular during the winter Permanent cattleman in the I long run." ---
terpreting the Christmas Story appointment at Pine LeelBaptist grasses top-seeded' to clover are injections provided good well to look for one that will correct To improve the quality of cattle Floc e.

lly Brenda BradfordAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. with the nativity scene This their church last Sunday morning greatly benefited by ai application 'cattle control within of deerflies eight hours feeding on are obvious one or more in the of the faults that Dr Cunha aUt recommended that ,1/"y t>I \\ A ;a
after
injection cow herd.
first project was quite successful and evening with a large at- 'tot about 500 pounds of 0-12-13:! ,i For cattlemen i'iroe th '-rav .,? W
,
and continued to kill i example Dr. Cunha
i.i .! tendance at each service fertilize per acre in late fall or a I pointed out. finding of t"-r: herd en' ,', \
;ascompete
School again quite a letdown t i I Mr and Mrs. T. N Norman and ;i early winter" 1 high percentage of the pests for I if the cows are weak In rear quarters : "t a' i relt.it.-: !UK r .1- f

after two whole weeks of Ii i I A few members of the high son Gerald of Heilbrorm Springswere Cattlemen who have oats or : as long as two weeks. Mosquitoes and loin. a bull that is :-erv p.'st-: .. -.1 t' 1'" !''h. .: ; : .: GM$66;

vacation You never saw so many the district meeting of the Florida visiting the B.1.: McRae'sand i j pastures will get very good ryeI re- were controlled with the same degree -I strong obtained.in these points should bf feed pr'.'.'.. \h., ..: :,.'.'1: ::1
of success on two animals :More than iwsiD)
I bull M
school library staff will attendhigh I I one mnvbe uon-u Ha Blurt
new ihirts and sweaters in your Robert :Myricks and Mr and suits if they allow their herds tc ... l .
| School Library Council, at between 60-70 percent of the mos- needed to v 'rn.t *.:.e :,...It:' 11 -_- ._ ,__.__- -
life, as were displayed at B H. S. Mrs. Jimmy Crosby Friday nightof : graze them and permanent E
pas- the .
quitoes feeding from their blood: oow her hi; \ eVhiV \ I'
this week We must now put the Creaent City, tomorrow They planto last week. tures at the time. I II
holiday in the back of our minds draw up a slate of nominees Mr and Mrs B. M Myrick stopped t. same ( Streams being killed Band 1'I' \ ":- !. .s' ., ; ; q' ; tcI\ SPECIAL
Dr. Killinger also advised cattle- days after injection.Ltndareinjected !mt: : t i tit '. ..
and start thinking about the mid to run for the state officers next by with us early Saturday I : p. v : h-... \
to allow their
term exams, coming up the end spring and to work out ideas for morning on their way home tc : oats men pastures that herds have to become graze cattle al.-o the tLt'.01': -.ri u.'' t .i v"'*"'

of this month. i this year's camp at Ue burg. Pensacola. | infested with I were kept free from horn flies l 9 Piece
aphids as soon as
Representing BUS. will be Quite a number of people here although no precise data w-re "h
possible after such infestations
Here's a little back news to Joyce :Morgan Barbara McComb. attended the funeral of Mrs L. W disco\ered. are tamed by the entomolog! : M'[
Elizabeth Jackson. Lindquist said that for J<,> i\- BED ROOM
Sonny Tenly. Grandmother Driggers who
get you all caught up. You knewwe ( passed Ir ss
hal our rhrtama.1 parties the Gloria Griffis Fay Paulk. Mrs. away at her home early Thnrs. following injection only ..n

last day before vacation IM. W. Cre.*;ter, and Miss Audrey day morning after a long illness. Chemical Injection ;tonal horn fly was obser. ii! 'n Group

The Senior celebrated the coming Newman. I We are sorry to report the illnessof Tried In Control the five-acre field where :Ilt a': I l'h.nt- >'O( ,c tarht'{ Fla.

vacation by playing games and j I I. M. J. McRae of Crosby Laktan.j > wert.pastured ---------- -----------
In of Maybe I will have more to re Of Cattle Parasites
participating a .
program w i>h him a speedy recovery.

Christmas. clans music advisor, led by Mr. DavlBon. port busy next again week See when you then B. H, S., is j. Mr. and Mrs.,,'isitingtheir L. W. Barry son-ofBrooker j The treatment of livestock withi Quality Of Herds %Was $159.95--Sale Price $139.95

were More
Bradford i injections of insecticides to control ImportantAs
The Juniors had a good} time Brenda daughter Mr. and Mrs.
m-law and I
common external parasites su.-h
playing basketball and other : I of last l Prices DeclineFor qec/denfol/y io/necf 1-HEI)
James V Crosby Friday < &i flies, mosquitoes and lice il! / *:' 1-\ .\:NITSTOOI
games at the U. S. O Dietrich StarsIn week. I being tested a U. S Departn-ent VANITY 1 I 8IMUM.S{ ;
The Sophomores held their thIn i s.itsfaitorv! returns :: 'n (,,1I
'Rancho Notorious Agricultural entomologist said 1-CHEST; 1 M \TTKESSiiga
Iof
I their animals. Florida catllenien
dig at Joanne Smith's home .e
: !I HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES i recently. (t. 1-HEI) SI'lIE.1Dl'1LLO11's
The Freshmen enjoyed a basketball At Park SundayA i I are advised b\ the University i-t ijlf'l

game presented by some of I I In cooperation with the Oregon Florida Agricultural Experiment ,ol! .

the boys in the class at the Armory tense stun of Western brutality Agricultural Experiment Station. Stations to make every effort tc': .,.. ..- -.. --"J. I : r"-"") 1., ._.
; _
:NTTKIT1OX: 1'the t' DA Bureau of Entomologyand .
and bitter levenge is told INTA.NT: improve their herds during the '" V

All the parties were climaxed! in "Ram ho Notorious", the lavish'new : hasa : Plant Quarantine is exploringthis 1 next few years."Quality i ffeoion Bccauit Cooper tires ,; a toe ,r !
The infant in today's family possibility of insect control in are actu.ii! !guaranteed: 112
by refreshments! and our vacation technicolor production star-; will become of increas-1: accidental
fail-
"favored position", as far as 1 years against
wu off to a wonderful start. rin? Marlene Dietrich coming tr',: concerned Dr. a search for _ways to save the .. ing importance especially if pricey | ure, for life against structural
good nutrition is i millions of dollars worth of milk
1 the Park Theatre this Sunday and of I decline as they are expected te. failure. A damaged Cooper tire
the Christmas vacation '' Genevie\e Steams Professor and meat lost to insect pests' each is promptly replaced. Youdon't '
During j Monday. Arthur Kennwly and Mel of do. said Dr. T. J. Cunha. Experiment : it I
a few members of the annual Ferrer are co-starred. Pediatncof the University year. Entomologist A '\". Ltnd- Station animal husSanuman pay for undelivered serv-
the And i i11'i
Iowa, told an audience at quist emphasized that these investigations ice thus extra Cooperguar.entee '
Malt the section of individual !
completed "When of cattle relatively
Revolving around a young ran- of Agriculture prices are against accidental e t1P
riots which composes cher's determined quest for the I U S. Department rated the are exploratory and high as they have been iri failure is your at no exUdcoit a \
Stearns
the first 57 pages of the 53 i man who murdered his sweetheart recently Dr. member of that the research has not advancedfar i recent years, not as much attention Come in today 'd'.
best-fed
TORNADO. You can be expecting the film is laid in the savage baby as the the father. I enough to consider practicaluse j is *lid to quality as! m time :
I the family, except of the chemicals I
annual this te<;ted If the
a very superior section from Wyoming to the have of dt'dinlngprict's.. Competitionkeener i- t
I She said mothers generally I studies continue to show promise .MlPt
*
year i when prices are declining<
Mexican border. Kennedy portraysthe
educated to the necessity ofI 'I .4 *
S. been I a search will be made for effectiveand \ouNmlKor
i and the
with
cow puncher and Miss the baby and man high quality
for
I'm afire one from Brad DiP'1 a good diet safe materials. I I '" Your
every cattle will pet the best Bedroom
trich a noted frontier singer if need be. tc prices
families are willing 't l .a c t.
ford Is of the dis .
County proud Describing the results of
ranch is an outlaw retreat. Ferrer the baby's welfare. preliminary A primary) step in improving the
play of our own B. II S. Band at is cast as a famous gunfighterwho sacrifice in for infants is i; becoming investigations Mr. Land- I I quality of cattle, the Experiment : Similar lo alxne picture

Tallahassee last Tuesday. They teaches Kennedy the art of rare Rickets since milk, especially thecheaper I quist insecticides said! lindane. alone of five:'' Station worker emphasized, is ti L. F.j DINKINS .\ SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WILL DELIVER THIS

left at five a. m. on two chartered the fast draw: to his own ulti- forms like evaporated I tested v"is efft'rtiwaeain.lt use only high quality purebred I

Greyhounds, and marched in the mate downfall. milk is fortified with vitamin D rteei-flies nnd mosquitoes bulls. Try to obtain a bull UMwill TO( l'01'It HOME. COME IN TODAY
I when injected under the skin of add at least one grade to PHONE 78
YTTTTYYTYYTYYYTYYYYYYYYiTeors The film comes to a routing so the baby gets this essential : tour STAKKE, FLA i -

climax when Kennedy eventually 1--vitamin automatically and cheaply. -

I t identifies his man among the bandits I,I Likewise, scurvy is disappearing i -

at the Dietrich ranch. mothers have learned tigive
as
I
II other

I 'Prisoner of Zenda' forms babies of vitamin orange C.juice Now or that ON DISPLAY FRIDAY, JAN. 9.-SEE IT -

and less carboh\ .
,;.t more protein
With All Star Cast drate are fed the alert win

Coming to FloridaA baby has taken the place of ih<

overfat infant of earlier daI \-

-jj. spectacular technicolor production I However Dr. Stearns noted '

.. Y : of Anthony Hope's famous I new and hazardous type of 0\,"
adventure story. "The Prisoner 'overdosage with vii,

Won't Help! of Zenda", comes to the ,'I mins feeding particularly A and I). whi( .*

l'ori.lTheatre this Sunday and cannot excrete Tb.
the botly
Stewart Granger: Deborah I .
U 0 N 'f wait until fire destroys Monday I highly concentrated vitamin "
Kerr James Mason LouisCathern with the Ameru'.ti, t..
home to find I lures along
your head the' .
and Jane Greer r
m"
is
good
!lief that "if a little .
that you're insufficiently in- aU-stur cast in this newest "t'r'I I resulting in "wh<>t tjsale // -
t surtd." That! Mill hurt plenty ite. I is better" are .
sion of the popular favo overdosage" of infants w I I /

and there will be nothing you Also In the cast is Lewis Stone I vitamins, she warned. Acute \ .' /

ran do about it then. !I I I a veteran of 37 years in the movies :I min D poisoning has been repor- ,

HUT you can do something who starred in the first film !!: occasionally, and acute vitamin A .

about it now. Let us help you version of the famous story in'I 1 poisoning is becoming more com

to up-to-date protection today silent picture days. At that time I I mon. To protect infants she suggested

/ Stone played the dual role of the I i better education in the use

English adventurer and the King of these products, or control <"
I
I whose place he- took to save a their promiscuous; sale. r.-

I country. In the current version I "The baby after birth is wen r-
H. C. WALL fed. but the baby is or should be
this dual role I is enacted by Stewart "
nine months old at birth said Pi' r:

AGENCYPhone Granger while Stone is seen I Stearns If his nutrition before

as the Cardinal who presides at birth is poor, he is i apt to be bore ;,\ \y

r llf Granger's cornation. I i ahead of time which increases the

James Mason has the role of likelihood of bitth injury and congenital
200 .
E. Call I
Street I abnormality. Medic a'''
the villainous Rupert of Hentzau I .
StarkeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i science has learned how to wiv
who plots against': the throne I
many of these: tiny poorly neon
-' ished infants but their too-ear: i: 6

I birth should be prevented Good* \ J ,_... .
II I 11. -- rtrr
a
I nutrition of expectant mother WI"i! -k< .t.tf

cut the mortality among newboi *. .

infants far more than even th< M'

best care of the prematurely bo"t

she explained The incidence "

premature birth is much higher }1 ai! tit 1M1
among poorly nourished mothers

The need for food during the w
Helped fill Prescription
your natal period is most critical


I Winter Pastures
I $
Should Not Be +
S

Grazed Too Closely t


\\I_:3I I 4f1 \ Cattlemen who have temp, *

pastures of oats or rye a,1std :-.' +,
t- ,
t I by the Florida Agricu1'Experiment i'
.i Stations not tr. t'" r

stock to graze the crops too .

I Iv

"If oats or rye pasture-

'AW/ ( grazed down to the ground: -.. vi =

Agronomist Gordon KiM:! _

''Theyill not come back I'

as rapidly as the would if > i'

were taken off them when .

I had two or three inches '" "
Ii
V i growth For maximum grow": !'

i results from such pact.'re i

e iI cattleman should take his a- .: .

iI I off of them before they are ?! :

i to the ground and the root : .. New' 'A : .: : : '
Etm ; ;
I : iifI Err-A. 'Ai r :! ; ;' .1/---
I I toms of the plants are damage -:= ,"-. T/'l ; ,'#' ,, nU'L. < f

r -T I Two or more cross-fen.e< .$lYLU .G: : POWER. :iPOWEROUDri ECONOMY I. SAFETY IDURABIUTYI POWER STEERINGChevrolet's Ii
--- temporary pastures. Dr. Kill-L--:! .
.
I -- --- .. ,
---
.explained will enable the cattleman !

: I to rotate his herd from 0".. lower in New 11S-h.p. "31ue. New automatic Co farther on every Greater ease and Heavier, stronger, You park and steer with ;

.;-;. "e,ton to another and to nave n...Apasture height, with long, Flam" engine with starting and pasting gallon of gas! And, safety Greater vis.. more rigid construction fingertip ease, yet retaia
' flowing, smoothly Powerglide.* Adrang.. gives Bathing again in 1953, bility with a new, means even the feel of the road Optional -
[KIN you bring a prescription' to us to t bt filled, our MnDGddt growth coming on in on rounded,modern lines vanced
section 108-h.p. getaway, greater Chevrolet is the low one-piece curved longer life for a car at extra cost.
or more while herbage, :ir. llag
I togiveyouthea.w.st, "Thrift-King"engine passing ability in esl-priced line in the windshield. Finer, always famous
for
\ draw vpoa tea b*< of the world11 rtsourm for the hoa1t another section is being grazed: look ec.o. *,,-
smortett in cant! in gearshift model. city driving. low-price field smoother brakes. durability. ..... iso-I..*-'N'aw.!,.. .
;;; giving l kgre N .U 0 axt fCcMMMiekcM f
men to apply 50 pounds cf citrateof .......- MIl w .......fK If ttnr..wa.0 !3::
15! pledldea. Perhaps tea thovtand' people ban btlped to gather, pne ammonia or 100 pounds of r.i- ........., .,........." >ua

S! trate of soda per acre to oats orrye t
ell end purify the drugs that com from eR over .HM glob totoatbtotd h' fl
=-- pastures immediately after Entirely NEW through and through !/ MORE PEOPLE y. CHEVROLET*
animals are moved to another se>
== by our pharmacists ft ixocHy fit your 116fds. THAN OTHER CARL'!
tw tion as such fertilization w.:


-sue; KOCH DRUG STOREPHONE stimulate Late time! summer new for growth.applying or early! faIl fertilizer is thtbest TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY


.i 53 STAKKE, Ft.t. to permanent improved- pras-
clover pastures but cattlemen vktc
have PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETSIUt.DrOItD
not yet fertilized such pa- iI I i



plnroaD OOLWTY TYIZOBAPB ST.\IUtE, FLORIDA r.\QE

f'JUDAY, 1A.1I JABY I. 1W m'DJ
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..... ............. coat us over $1.25 a dozen now Bradford Countians Eat High On Hog' : I. Ctrralt OTIl'E('..rt.TO aradr.r4 API E.lx('....,. and Flor4z file the, rlculal In the office or once Weeks..:b week tD the for ltraoSf.'rs four COaMCU'UYI Co.7Tel.crapla.
don't eat Fiorldat I. ('Iaae.rr. .
; : As may be guessed. we Ibt' Ckrk If the Circuit Court oa
But Alfredo P1Ul l'talnuff. T\>. Mari.pPtrta ,'Of before the l.t.4 this U day of Decunber.
very many at that price. [ftndant use .o, UH.II It by l't JAnUary, US: UH.IOFFtC'UL.
.
FARMER'SBy
I. d3'-4 .I what drives w batty is that soon. (. ,. T. -.r. otherwise the all''At/GI1. ot 1&1.1 I II SEAL A. J. Tboaas.
)
T Maria l'IUI, whose residesc i
Food Than U. S. CmplabtItU bt' taken
; lots of More Average ... 101 coafe.sr' I clerk cif the 'tr'ult Court
our old girls will lay eggs Spend on and address 116 l'rr Str heck of I, ,'n. A. J. I "y .1aran: L Crosby. Deputy Clerk
have a
and then well a I I Ths: n Mice 5ha: b. poi :shot 1'31t Ii'
I v 'a arc hereby notified that
time trying S to- sell. them.e Bradford Countar..s ate higher, suit f.'rForce. a w. _. _. _. _.m_._._._._._._._._.__y YYYYYTTYYTTYYTYTYTTYTTYTYTYYY.NOTICE --.
Sam .
McGaroeyTLe rare and Cluhof
milk on the hog In 1951 than did the : county stores in 1951 was manor child .

author "m be clad to fee I, Read that S. the average 5,326 Ibs.cow of average person in the South Atlantic Si,1S9OI.N, well ahead or the Itl50 has ben filed against you In Iht' PLANNING TO MOVEr ?
the U. produces
above
In named Court and
cause ant
h'IY8 IUmi 01 forest are-I I
concerning states, accordIng to of $7,031,000.
Well we couldn'tWalt 1 figure you are required to serve a copy ,;t .
the adh1t1N of farmers IJI 3 j milk per year. out whether cent Sales Management survey. :i your answer or plt'adlijls h' tht.omptaint .-; ; '1, Let us do the job for you come
until we figured .
Bn.dlord Couatl. SunaUolIS IDAI While the average family ir.i i' WEETl'OTTORE.GE I II'. on the I'lamHs: ; R.8. ium plett'. 11e operate local and long
.
I was above or below average. I Attl>rnf'Y."illJam P Mor .l' t'Oft
be left at the Tclegnph office or Joy I' this of the spent i 507 sp a-rte distance there in t'
: are correct part country GO.\L Hm 1935 IUGIIER Clark Builduig. J..ksH1\.Ccw : anv+ S.
calculations
If our I r .
rn&lJec1 ao Sam fcGan-er, Lasky I $700 for food in 1951, Bradyfordites MOVING'f
3 3I the above quantity means about I. 1uchd out $j55 0 I II Florida growers should plant t -''' '
day for ten months a. !- per ;; Phone 311 2OJft
8 a
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLALLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALALI qu. and if that is so, then our I I family unit during the same .9,400 acres of sweetpotatoes during or
}year 'o 1953 If they: are to attain the
Breakfast cooked over the fire we would like to do we certainly] Joy L" a good bit above the average period. o i goal set for them by the l" S ; 1. E\'l'1It'nt. Storage Facilities --
cold mean to take advantage of the On rich. !, The sUrvey reports that food !
yh. place on a morning took wid That 1.5 on quantity. Department of Agriculture, _
say
+ bark 1n memory to the days when sunshine for heating pUrPOses durtng ness of milk we know that she it I I stores in Bradford County did a I Forrest E. Myers. assistant vegetable .

used to 1n the Thou, I I"e the \\inter. It a called "solarheating" I: whopping 52,335,000 business in
camp up i very high. crop specialist with the Florida R. B. ALVAREZ
1931- substantial the i
and Islands and cook over a'I' and we believe. that It .I gair over Agncultul'31 Extension Serve

campfire, \\'th this exception,: I would be practical here I-10rida.. I, One of OUr favorite crops, broc- $2,148,000 food sales reported in ,I ice. Jgcrlls for IJr/rhcr/ Uros.Pt'rr .
1950. This incl"f'a-t<. I
tben xe did it for fun I and because 1 I! cull, 1v in production now aDd weenjoy only partially o Sweetpotato acreage throughout
this'' due to inflation is attributable to }'man Bldg. S, Court Sf.
it tasted so good) but Well, were picking a few berries It very much. Somehow or the country has been rather low in
and them on our RoadMda I the "cut better earnings, the report aid.
let selling
Sam
time it was necessity for I othe: We always enjoy the last two }years, and the Department r
the gal tank run empty and we 0 Market at roc a pint. The I and come again" crops more than In fact, Bradford Counl1ans are ,

arose to find the gas range, hot'' bernt'li are the biggest and best !.I the? ones which are harvested only so fond of eating wl}11} that 32 percent of Agriculture is asking '. -
I
raL'ttd and have' delicious of alL money spent in the o for increases yin most producing
we
water heater, and gas heater use- i we'\'e ever : once. The broccoli it!

kill nut we loon had a good fire no compunctions about charging i when fresh and those who don't ., county's retail stores in 1951: went I, states.

in the fireplace and a breakfast 50c a box for them, for they area I raise it are missing something for food. The national average I Florida'oJ acreage averaged .10-

of orangas, cereal, bacon and eggs, luxury at this lime of the year. 'I good. It IS easy to grow and fairly I was only 24 per cent and the : 900 from 19t6 to 1950 and dropped

and coffee tasted good nut it is i: The plants are growing quite wen, :, resistant to in.'tects. i Ii state of Florida generally, Z3 per Ito 1,500 in both 1951 and 195::!. L FULLY EQUIPPED

always well on a farm to have although we are troubled with'I cent. I

some equipment handy, : cutworm damage to the berries. with Brisk: trade wa also reported This ,\.ear's goal 15 25 percent
emergency troubles
I }laving a lot of Sound the most modern and efficient
for something is always going I We got a 50 lb bag or 5 per cent used tank spray here in other classes 'Jf retail higher than last years aCreagt' sto k. equip-
we a ,
aphids, 50 ment available to the is
wrong, DDT and 5 per cent chlordane and 0 had sent us tc business covered by th" survey. At the same time, the Department profession

as BOOn as we can well apply the 0I I'! gun which a friend containing rotenone The local sales of cars and parts, i has announced a 1953 rich Fire Insurance used by this funeral home in main-

dust and kill a few million of the apply a mixture had used farm machinery, boats and the taining its well known standard of
At last we are eating OUr own I I and pyrt.thlUm.re potato goal for Florida of 31.3OJ I
like came to 21,594,000(). ac.lnt.- Service.DeWITT .
pests. ef.fectual -
home raised hams and bacCJn. Had I chlordane dust and it was not I acres, the same as It was last : iS sure toi
for 26
it under lag _r cent of each retail WAY
them cured and smoked and got a1 we did not gel
Saw something new to us In dollar. year.
them back this week (along with I'the leaves The tank spray gun,
our berry patch. A berry had aI Places selling general merchandise I i protect yourproperty
a lot of other folks for the s'moke br the way, did not work when we I C. JONES

house contained -4,000 .lbs. of I: plant growing right out of the end I I. first tried it, but wt' reasoned that i including variety and depirt- I Phone 7 Starkt', Fla.
of it, and the tiny plant even had out. !
meat) and couldn't wait until we : the piston leather had dried :! ment stores, had sales of 121:: !tOOfl), WILL PAY CASH .
doubt there is nothing :
No I
roots.
the top
sliced and fried some of the ham. water Into
so we poured amounting to another fOlJ: I r I I I 4
this to experienced per i II I 64
We tried the ham from Knot. o unusual about i. and presto, chan o. it worked fine i, cent. I For Saw Logs 1 Charley E. Johns
see
but to I1S we something I Funeral Director Ambulance
growers SenIttOur
head (the runt) and while It had I 0 .5.
AN D PULPVOODTIMBER
interesting very often Alice Sales of furniture, househclt
a good flavor It was not as lender .. the and plant comebinatlon ': During cold naps, rainy weath-! ,: Agency local funeral home enables u.s to otter convenience, W
would want It. The bacon, planted berry supplies and radio equipment
as odd
you
), and services not otherwise available
of that now ,
would
what (little
though, was good (tit came from happt'n. just to see I: er times we are busy flow trying to I:I amounted to $t65.0or\ ( six' per I II 'I A Post ('ardVill Bring Ile P ODe 15 STARK FLA.' ,

Blondie an4 It is a real treat 4 4 11161141
) -I 4
in our work shed. : cent. I
get some" order To See You
when cooked with fresh egg Anyway I I ft't'dsht'd, f'tc We'rt' fixing places: i Drug I\tOl'e salt'... came tr$128.Oik I .'.,.... .'... We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and
we han about 80 more During the last little rain we little usedobjects ... accept ANY life insurance policy In force, IIUN ANT
toolstoring D. B. 'Dick' Thomas by
to hang ). two tent of I
of smoked meat to add to thinned out a row of rutabagas equal to pet I Io :. ..
Jooundll had we sorting ., .... in In
: out of the way, .o company, as payment part or full on a funeral.
our lIupply. I and set out the extra plants]I I all lit'al retaIl t.ness.: 1.:1te)', Fla
things, and tidying up 'o that : .',H'. entlng THE TRAVELERS Hartford Consultation carries no obligation.aa ,
I,, in two other rows. We were ,glad: ,i: when we want somf'thangwt"1\ Total Idall volUllle attdllwll by I .'" J I

Had a lllUe rain, but not that it rained, though, for Wt' ,: know where to look for it. Hopt -- .

enough to do any good. It was were dreading have to take out !,i we'\I\ save time in the future

followed u usual by roloJ and high the plants! and watt by hanJ. .

....In".. We took the usual prey The plants seem to have with. One thing Wf' hart' to get h,.

cautions of draining the water I1toool transplanting all right, but
''un I b. our planter which is I\'ln
from the tractor and car, anti at the coM winds wt art> having out in the weather right nllw. :ni'! w g ?F

lowing a kitchen faucet to drip so now are h'lng thom a fit", bark 10 useable t
will be a job to get
the pump wouMn't freeze up. The I S Slnioyed condition again. Ht'rt'tofllil'.

tt"mpt'rature dipped to about :2E! } a'f'r pleasant XeYt \\' thf
\ we'\'e waited: to do this until
degrees on our front porch so we > F.ve1th friend" At midnight .
then die
day we go to plant, and
were glad- that we had actrd. we watched via television
I cover that we have a tough lot
the mobs milling about Times
to d. in a hurfY. Have to rt'-build
In New York City andmarveled L
We have often noticed how Stlllare the fertilizer hopper as it is corroded ; ) ,
that we had ever thought:
much warmer 1\ ht'droom IIn the to plert's.
home It fun to join a crowd of perhaps .
.outh ode of our II during <
hundred thousand people jamt i iI1IPII
"rld weather due tu the warm 'a Alice has a lot of fun these days _
into Ii few acres of roomhowever !
HUrl."hlnt' poul1ng 10 the WlIldow studying the weather maps and i iI '
it takes all kinds of peoptP
and heating the room If we are I I trying) with the aid of the bam- .

ever able to build a ne\\ hone, as III make ur the worM, and notoubt 0, mete'r, to forrast the wt>ather, She :
of the people up in
many 'i i+ watching coM fronts, and low
; ;NYC would l die of loneliness on our I '
...
A. pressure areas ob'ervingin"! 1 1o

farm e o dIrections and clouds and taking a I L! Ikcircil 1 'G

AITENTIONIt Bob real interest in It. She has a real ...... -S
and Young
\\\11 have Jessie I I I .<< ? t
probkm on her hands, though I Mt _
to thank this year if we have
I to forecast Florida weather -
You have i gOOd luck, for the e'onJ time In I II trying !. ,. jLS
for aye understand it il tricky t
I 1rllw they brought us a dish of ,
PINE on CYPRESS hog jll\\'l and bla'keYt' peas (and
Seems as though wt"re alway
o It even had rice in it, too. and rice. I J ,
TIMBER TO SELL making> (' and wee have tr I n
; il! supposed to bring happiness).
do it once more for We did! not i d
Large or Small Tracts "lil't'( enjoyed the dish $10 much send Chrhmu cards this year I ;

I she had three helpings of it. By i
to lVe thank those! whe
anyont M
IVe JuLy 'iiiI'AY the way, we learned that If a tF.
sent us card, and hope we dc I Ibeltt.'r
man or woman visit you first on It .

TOP I'IHCES Xew Year':1 Day that you will next year.S .. I : .: yytei .

I have: good or bad luck, depending ..
Just like all good businessmen.we .
0 on \\'h'h! it I 14. Sorry WE' can't.make ro M.1 'x
: took a rough trial balance at -
it more explidt. as wecouldn't
Write or Call the end or the year to 'It'e' how we /
learn hlch b whj4'hI ......
I made out financially As usual the .
I ..,
Anyhow, the Youn's) came to.'ether I ,.'
figures are encouraging but still
B. T. THOMAS so WE' should have balanced Gl
: show that we have to make more
11I.k with our ht'n
I progress If'e hope to keep at I c
,
LUMBER CO. I farming. We came within a few !
Sort' can use some of it now, I
hundred dollars of balancing. and
; PIIO\f 211-J fill Wt' hate to Pat one of our own

1'. O. nOI 735 h.""'s eg s During! December wesoli I that is dS we say no\1ralrin
1 but \\'f' cannot run at a deficit any
STAHliE, FI4A. about $Z:! wOrth of eggs. and
longer. Trouble is that
Wt' can!
,cur feed cost more than)0.: sc
find about a dozen reasons why
\\1' figure that the eggs we tat
Wt' did not succeed I ill as much !

or more than Wt' spent) but the I

tact remains that you must keep I

money ahead to operate efficiently I

I If wt' had made money on corn.

: I wouldn't trust beans or tomatOt' the result I

f,,/ my might! haw been a lot better but I --................... -_...

fine dresses to anything we can't spend or pay bills with ,.

If mont Again if we had made

but money on hogs, instead of losing I'
magic
,, it. Wt would be better off But after NO.1.

i! the short time we'w been TRAVEL TIP

SANITONE SERVICE I farrjng. Wt"\'E' come to the cone

elusion that you must expect to 0(__.
':' ..... ..-
t :
lase moneyy on some operations, -----J
"
but make it up on otht'rs. And '.
L--J

,: Qe Sure. Always Insist that living it here 1" po..slble at farming to make, but a good that Everywhere in this State, get the favorite of Florida's 7. !!, '.

we11 have to improve a lot to de > }

i .. on Our Better SANI TONE it. most performance-minded motorists .-:. ;i x.tit. '

>

1' ct\ Dry Cleaning I i Just when we e are most interested .

I in methods of treating fence
hilt Costs No More! -
posts we got a list of publtca- NEWBOOSTEDI

lions available from the government .
Your liner dresses demand the .
spe and the tin-t one we saw

E ,' cia! rare our expert Sanitone Sere i ice \was "Prt'St'r\'ath'e treatment offence LIO

I ij gins them They'U come backs are posts and farm timbers", It

kling fresh and spotless because ill can be obtained by addressing: i.t-

t' S. Dfopt. of Agriculture, Office NO-NOX Gasoline I
I the din's gone! No cleaning odors! : of Inforn1ation Washington 25, t

e Perspiration nnishes!And ou'U
} apprt'1.lte D C., and asking: for bulletin

the beautiful press hand.tt 2049.::! We believe that it is free. -

.
finished down to the last detail! Try ,o

; "t us today, and see what a difference With more cold weather our -Gulf's finest ever for anti-knock power I Iand

..=st 'r Sanitone makes. rows will lot hungrier than ever.We Sanitar
I give Daisy, the mIlk cow that
high-compression performance! eRESf
i we are making: into a nurse cow, ooMSTodayJs

IIIiIG5i i', t.Q y .ont 1 a few cans of feed daily and Comfort .. I

9 t about the sa.r.e. I' is not longest possible mileage a

fl7L I much but it will have to do until
eriIK- uat Gulf dealers are proud to di.Acttonnght .-
'-:': o the rye gets big enough to graze, 0 f from the start! play this "Sanitary Red i

t and then we won't have to worry
about feeding them. hnock-free, stall-free smoothness, al II! the t way.f Room of iin.spotlessly It's your dean assuranct -
STARKE
111 ,
..... I' ACCOmmodatwna
.;r.;; About the biggest joke we'\'e .

DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY ,I ever heard is the remark made scI

often b\ city folks that the farm.

PIIO\E 2S.J STAItKE FL.%. t'r is: "hlS On boss". The only one

: who ran appreciate how false that]

lS 1$ another farmer.
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BRADFORD COt TT TELEGRAPH, STARK*. FLORIDA

I = IR1D\Y JAMRY 9. 1 3a
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NI 1' Ten Million;//; Persons Will Be Hurt ,weeks graph .n he Br..Jf"rd. ._,jnu Teie-- anti : .' .'n.'J.. 'a.--.-.n'- h -- tl. ,, o'. I .i. t. ..if d:I -.unty CleI -

F II' .rt .. '.
Dad '
:n j :: d. .* e'P' D*:e.-.be.- "
: < : <101\ J IWlrtI : I\..ttd ::. 9c dol\ i-r erat"
Or Killed t:: r" thO" ; '
In Accidents In OFFICIAL ELA al"al.i ns .f Its2.
7953 J. Thomas I'said "u.plain will be taken
.. ttI Clerk of the Circuit Court f.' .. t.\ 'i as con,1 OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas.
., Cy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk T:; i .. ,.''rrl. ..f the Cirouit I..oart
More than 10.OuO.OOQ) ) persona cros on the cross-walk orJy and 1:. U *t : 9OTI(1 : ( : t ':.' i I' Mi: .* L Crosby. Deputy ('!fork
I II will be killed or injured accidently U.:* it 1/11
when
only the
I ; green l light is for : TUrrr.'R
fy Lura tttfiyess Motor + ei m 1953 the Institute for SaferLiving you I. rirr..U ('...r(. IIradfrd l'..nt}.
fl : saId I j I|i Florid: I. < \.."'r'.
---POHCA. NEBRJ1ifirln Vy Qv r 5. When lOU drink: don't drive Joan L. Curk Plaintiff. T'r'
R I | The institute organized by the', my Joe Bur; > f!ndintCs. We offer
your car until our
tomorrow. customers
;
\\ I celebrate ('l1ridmuf Clay Hill. American Mutual : 9Ja.tlre -
I I II j Liability Inaur-j 1:i 6, When at work, do in :\.<< To .\fprur
M hate a traged), and welcome I CLAY HILL. So many nice I I ance Co., estimated the accident: your job To: Tommy Joe Park who rest
'I The Future Farmers started the toll i the. prescribed manner and use the dence is Wel etka. Oklahoma and
In the newear, 1953. Christmas cards. Aunt Lillian i would exceed the combined j I guards whose address is: C, a T. O Burk
I i Wilkinson of her Forest Home new year off right by transplanting i populations of Chicago Los Angeles provided for your safety. P. 7, When you smoke remember' are hereby notified th..: w
These a
O memory' thou midway world near the school sent me a lovely 5.000! pine seedlings. i| Philadelphia and Detroit : suit for ,

Twlxt earth and paradise. greeting. A very dear person whc I were given to the chapter by the i i i The casualty list however, could I, you are smoking and put out the Divorce, custody and contr '

Where things decayed and loved 1 is so good to know. She is an old Florida Forest Service. j I I be reduced by one half the institute '! butt and burned match. has minor been filed child against you !IP. H a1Rr

ones lost schoolteacher. Lives alone I The Florida Bank at Starke ,II ]: said if the public would follow -I S. At hOT.e: get rid of. or fasten above named Court and cause m.
'had Future Farmer calendars j you are required to serve a c. pty"ur
some down, things that
In dreamy shadowa rise. HELPFUL HINTS: I have '' these suggestions i, cause people teI( an>"'r' >.r pleading! to the >
r And freed from all that'c earth. found that men's shirts are sc I made and each boy in the chapterwill 1. When you drive an automobile > trip, slip or stumble and clean up plaint William on the Plaintiffs .Vtt..T ", .. +
D. Morgan 50? l'.A a
ly. vile. {I much nicer if starched with a thin I receive one ,II drive at that speed which, ,'i or dispose of papers oily rags. i, Building. Jacksonville, Fl! .r .t, ; ,," ... ,
Another ag meeting in scheduled j f loose and file the original in the off: '
deposits
Seem hallowed, pure and bright. ,I plastic starch that is now on the I f i will permit you to stop in the J grease matches [ the Clerk of the Circuit Cot-'t

Like arenw' in some enchanted market. They iron and look like I for this week. clear distance ahead. rubbMi. old paints varnishes :' or before the Jt day of Jam...
t We have a new male calf on the | I kerosene and gasoline. 1953: otherwise the an gath."-
We | new. Fabric gloves are nice farm. It is two weeks old and 2. Expect another car to do i I ;, said Complaint will be taken as ,.
starched and stay clean longer. 'something you hadn't planned on- 9. Protect your children by fastening fessed by you. "
bathed In lIKht. .
All liquid .. belongs to the cow that Doyle' I I This i>\ _
To keep grease from standing on i'stop quickly, dart out of a side: screen so they can't fall notice shall! be puV.'s-. !.
Lincoln. once each week "
Abraham Conner us. I I for four eonse : "
top of gravy made with a roast I.I.I gave street swerve, turn or skid: or out of windows be careful of : weeks in the Bradford Count 1.1 .

I>id you know Lincoln was a I I add a teaspoon of baking powder This year is the 25th anniversary expect a child to dart from behinda !scalding liquids and make sure graph .
: of the Future Farmers 192S53. Dated this "6 day of Decen.! :
poet' !How true and sweet the I after the thickening. parked car. your baby sitter has been properly | 19.2i "

line he penned so long ago. He I have bought a hind 3. Take time to know what hap-I I instructed i! (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.. c
quarter
I '
I -Wallace Parn.-.h Clerk of the Circuit CL'v "
was a man who loved people and i of beef. They will cut it up and 1 I Ii i! Reporter pens next-whether you are walking i i 10. When playing, engage only : Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk t XT Kf'

had great companion for those In I. wrap. I have room now !in my deep ', ......n.nrrmrm..nrBROOKER driving, working or at home 'i in those kinds of recreation for : 1:6; It l :olTl'E .

sorrow and dutrew Lincoln wasa freezer I paid 55c a pound. I ., 4. When you are a pedestrian which you are physically fit.re'Iden.r j, TO .4PPKIU
I I !. Irruit (ourt. Hradford County.Flnrldai .
man. /ill of ua who acquire I .
great still have frozen strawberries corn In I hcBeerr.Marie ,
Waits. and address iI'- I.nknown I
any age at all have memo peas, beans and other things. I 1 Your ilerndon Crosby, Plaintiff, r-
are herrl.y notified
that
I a _
Mr
and Mrs Gene Ellis and Joseph C Crosby, Defendant
orirft. Some we like to recall and still have of Irish uit f'-r
plenty potatoes I Ir Case No Sjj;;;;
I :Marion, of
always the loved ones lost rise My onions are about Grace G. ItighamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA son. Worthington i\'"Tre Not Ire To .%ppear. I It
and gone. |I I Springs, were Saturday night ha1l l been fll.'d. against you in the To: Joseph c. Crosbyvhos* res''! Ii
in all
before us goodness I allunam..d "lIrt and I i
and
This new I like to cause dence and .
year pause ,. guests of Mr and Mrs Ernest address is: Unknown.iour
I
you are required to of
I serve a
copy
purity There is a "baying "Today I II are hereby notified ti at a
and the I > ,
count things in life vour feadine
answer the .
up to
Edwards or complaint : .
Rev. S. F Beard has announcedthat suit for .,
as
other
toward people
I will act fn thEPlaintiff'" Attorney' \ .
that are to make one Divorce, custody and controlminor ,
necessary
though this might be my last dayon all are urged to attend the Mrs. Mary Green returned tc T Frnk "lIdrum, Starke, Fla child : :rSouth's
successful. I recall hearing an address j and tie the oriciial in the office of
her home Saturday from Dukes 'I bas] been
Brooker Church to hear filed against y-u in the I
wait for to Baptist t
earth. I will not the cierk "f the Circuit Court on' ,
by a woman Dean of a i some named Court and cause and
comes" C01.// Rev L. M. Laten. 7:30: daily Jan. 1 here she spent several days as /ir before the *6 day of January I., ..
Tomorrow never ;; are reurrd: to *>-\e 4 eopv cfi"
morrow i lege say that she thought freedom ,guest of her sister-in-law. Mrs. 1"! 51.: ; otherwise the allegations of, :,.
have always tried to live by that 11 through Jan. 21. aid Complaint will be taken an'.r or IJ..dlhg to the: complaint -
I as ('Ion'i Favorite
( from Fear was the first necessary I I, Hale. |l on th. 1'laintiff a \tforn\
,
'Virgie fessed ..
byou. .
saying I know I have failed at | The W. M. U. met Wednesday Hoi)' -..It1.! S, Men nUll.t.llg.
thing In life. Yes. if Don and I ; Mr. Bill Miller and son, Ken, This notice I'hal! be published l>atona! li.; "i.h. .9'a ,da.
time because!<< I am human. but | build afternoon Dec. 31, at the homeof once each week for four crn'eiitie _
a new Mortuary we must
i of Gainesville Thurs.
have tried. We were opening our Mrs! G. B. Colson. Mrs. M O were visiting u-eek in the Bradford Count' Trlrgraph |
have full confidence in our ability i
day through Saturday with her" PREMIUM
Eve bout chairman, was GASOLINE
presents Christmas and no fears. Then one must be Harrell, program mother Mrs Lottie Edwards. Paled this 23 day of D"'nI..r.i
ten, when a call came for an Am humble! in charge of an inspiring program 1952 FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
kind and loving, have apropt'r
'I few Year's guest at the H. OFFICIAL !SEAL) A. J. Thomas
bulance. Don dropped evert .ng which began with by Mrs
prayer
j I sense of values and gratitude Anderson home were Mr S'I Clerk "f the Cirm' duct'
and went for the man out in h.* S. F Beard. Mrs. Wilson Green, Py Marian L rro"hDfpuly Clerk011(1 We don't have to make Jamb
to other and Got! for all blessings I :Mrs Byrd Frter and children JUST ONE exaggerated for our
country He died in the ambub <."eon ( president" gave the devotional :
I ext to recognize and appreciate Jacksonville, and Rod Townsend I : 10 .\ri'i\it premium gasoline It is such: a sUl'rvior motor fuelit
the way to the honpital It.s\ the truth. Have con'rid- Praising God of His Goodness : In irruil I curt. llrmlfonl County, FRIGIDAIREMade
j of Atlanta. Ga.Mr .
3 o'clock before we had him embalmed and prayers were rendered by each : r'lorlilai In 1'haneerr.Minnie speaks for itself so outstanding in quality
oration for others and respect for I and :Mrs Frank L. Tomlm- :Man. J..hn<--i.n Plaintiff. yr only by General

and in the slumber room. their beliefs Then to have good member. : son entertained a group of their .'' Il'ld"lle. Howard Johnson Defendant Motors Corp. All other that year after year it's the biggest selling premium
I at seven and the turkey laset. 9C4S
was up put refreshments consist-
Delicious
manners and gracious manner I friend* with a turkey dinner at \..lirr 'In 'JI".r Electric Refrigerators are gasoline in the area served h> Standard Oil dealers'
in the oven I had It stuffed chicken salad, fruit cake and : ''T,, MandeMlle
Above al! have deep" understanding of : Howaid Johnson>
their home Xt'River last made other
in by
In 1few minutfg another call the I I whose residence and addrt>-!> ,v. t'n- companiesand
coffee served to
came a young War II Veteran !i erance for to others Cod In With our hearts deep rev-then by the hostess.were group I I! Saturday night I I known You are heieby notified that a i cannot use!' t the word L B. Red ALVAREZ

:3A. was killed in a tavern 1 new year should be the greatest Trios attending were: Mrs : \U'I'I: ( t: I cult rorDh..r..... and restoration of maidi Frigidaire. 9 ( )
JMoux City. Don went again iI ALL CONTKIIXEI: TAKE NOTICE -
Away one of all in life. I Jim Williams Mrs Beulah Harrell. 1 name
I : That 'heater II
K.tglr intends -
We had both In the caskets befnre J I' F. Mrs \Vil- ]:, has been filed against you in thpaoo1' Want{ A t GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
I Mrs R. Gano. to r 'gi! I found these lines and do not i named Court and cause and SERVICE STATIONTIRES
8 that night I was really) 'I' Court "f Uirfdfitrd County Florl I
O. Harrell. ,
know the author They seem tc son Green. Mrs. M. : da the in'titlous name of "!'tarket ou are required to serve a cup < four ?
tired Such terrible! things$ to hap. Miss\ Iva Mae Lewis Mrs. S. F'I 301 Motel" under which h.' intends 1 answer or pleading to the "m- ? _
.I speak my thought and things in taint on the Plaintiffs Allllrn..v
:
to his and
sole individual
I carry on as
\n on Christmas Eve I have my I my heart for the new year. I Beard and the hostess. Mrs Col-I business the operation of a- Joseph K. Skipper 21:! C.i..heir THEN SEE rrJ
Christmas decorations down! and son. I IMr I tourist court in said County. ham Hiiilding, Ja'k"ull\'illt.. FI"IIII.Iend i
in the frames wellstarted. 1 : To those who live in never ending i (Signed) Chester II. file the original in the <,(f,ie
quilt and' nagleYI
my l fear and Mrs Howard Wait entertained 'i I -.2:!,,26 4t 1, Iii l' of the Clerk of the Cinmt t'oilt t en E. H. SMITHTenth TUBES BATTERIES
There I 11 a big deep! white I j i e.oru. cr before the
a group of their friends ",-,
) .f January. r< .
now on th- ground and the sun Of what may come with every I otherwise ACCESSORIESPhone
\ a: the ,'
I at a card party and buffet sup-I j allegations II.f s. .1 aad Temple Are.
III shining$ I got so many nice passing year. Votice i" h..r.hgh'.n all creditors Complaint will be taken a<- ...n.,
; ; per onew' Year's'e.. Those: enjoying and claimants of the Estate of I, eased! bv vou ((50
thing for Christmas and In blUful Ignorance, this j Temple & 'all Rts.I .
My son pause .
the evening were Mr. and Mathew Rhoden deceased, are hereby -i This no'Mehall! 1.. PM Ibl|:sti d Slarke Fla.
family sent me such a wonderful! to say; (I required to file your claims and cntc each wk) r lor four' o'i "" ,' ,'. .. .
Mrs. W IBI: ham, Sr. of Dured- account duly sworn with
N x of J.'iCL'I.o'rom: silk nightgown "If I live the life thl'l
ran that comes in. Mr and Mrs M D. Harrell.Mr County Judge of Hradford
to wood salad) bowls with OUrnmf'ft each day I Florida within Eight months from'
and :Mis Bill Bigham anthe d i I the filing .'f the first notice hereof'I
on each Don so apureri.lt :Acid| bravely fare its share" of host and' hostf..:. the Howardi tinted tillJ:!tilh day of December,I r vI -- _
M his! all ilk lun-ktie Don p.l \ and sorrow 1951: :!. I t t4 ,
Owen W. Pobo.ndm'r..I
got me a iwklao, and' oar ring Thru Iul! l,.- Content to wait 1. :26! 4t 1/16 Ii
i
In those shine "t.II\t It l Is lov.>,U ud l never" fiat tomorrow II
t> at Christmas: time In ( ircult <(< ourt. iTraafuril Cuunl),
Sinter\" sent hose fuloene stick I A Haunt NV\\ Year to each It fVHI I O...J! bless von all 'Florida; la ( hnnrrr). I
< ? i.ii.i \V. i.it.-. '
rtrri'ttmy nollrllll' Daisv .,* Plaintiff vs. Ann
: mid thanks t" all who wrote .
LOVE LI'RA < T.tl.I I 10 mUnl. Caseo, :954;*
Order Of I'ul.li.-ml.. u_ __ and nn_ 'nnuI.I..n ...i... 1_'"_
.
-- -' -- :>liilr of Klurliln I
: '! ._ .
-- To.1nu I' Tate wlwe re"l mil ..ntdr -v I iv COO \\'. 1.1:!:: Street,I
Nework.. X. Y. I .
GROCERIESMEATS You are required to appear on ,.
.l.inu.iiy li: 19i3. in the above
Earl named! Court and cause, wherein r .
COOK'S plaintiff seeks divorce. Pradfon I II
I
County Telegraph shall publish this II

t'nlt-r Witness in n.-xt my four hand weklivsues.and official. II I

seal at Starke, Florida, this December I
FEED
17, 1952.tt'FFi"IlL I
SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Phone 339-J 1.2 Mile From As Clerk fif said Court I
Starke
,
Limits :
City North U 1:)' Marian 1.. Crot'loy, Deputy ClerkI'harh's t, ,r ttI i I
Quantity! lights Reserved Prices in thi ad effecthe thru Sat. Jan.10mnrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrnrrrrrrrm.'m..mnmrnnnnrnrrrrr.r H. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life'! 3 'tRgigi t
r.uildlng Jacksonville: Klavtt I rs
>... for ru 1.19 Y .
,201' ,
3n'
XVIIClf7PI'K : f fswrv'
\llIn
Our Meats Are Guaranteed To Satisfy Your I I Irruit tuiirt. llrailfurd Countji :
or Money ll..rl !
Marian Tallmt. Plahtiff(1
Cheerfully Refunded !K\tritl: Tuibot I'ifrnd.tntCa.e.
\o, 9551Notice
I, To .tpprnr.To I
----------------eeeeelel
eeellNel el -------- Krett Talliof whose
------ resideiu I-
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'e 'Itanic: C .I\ .t t'ut. and
iOOl) ) SMOKK1)BACON STAXSAI. RAZORSWEETHEART \\ h,"'.. addr >'- js: : IVx S6, (;ranby.

Lb Conn You are hereby notified tt*lt a

C 39C'' BLADES 3Pkgs 25C suit forDivorce

ha above named Court and cause and I
you are required to serve a copy of I

UUI.T MULLET While They Last t : complaint your answer on or pleading the PUintllf's to the Fadonar.t' 3rr... )rve. .. ., I. ...h..o e N.. 1 I and

Attorney T. Frank LanJrum '...0 IaNr,} plat.apll0.g, i' m, ..,...,,...c.d....Eaup.M...... ..
Lb For I Starke Florida. ou._.. end I >oe, <' <' + I -
F FISH 2 W.MEATY bath size and file the original In the office! of
SOAP
4
39C or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on


otherwise 19 day the of January.allegations 1953;of said Yothre feel believe !

: FLORIDA Complaint'd by you. will >e taken as confe s- > dote to it to it

c"l
Lb Pkg This notice shall bot> published
RICr 5 61 once each week for four coneecutlyweeks ,

BACK BONE 49 CELLO, "I'K. I ISLNSHLVE graph In the Bndford County Tele- r .

Dated this 17 day of December .
I'ii I .'.

SLICED' KINDLESS' KKISI'Y 1 LB. BOX (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of the A.Circuit J Thomas Court. NEW r MIRACLE RJDE IN THE '53 FORDErcry

By Marian 1... Crosby, Deputy Clerk
ntb i::19 4t :/'
3

BACON 29C CRACKERS 26YELLOW OTI( K-TO .\''''I'R -
!. Circuit (Court llradford Countf, aR I"fi\.' I
Florida: In ('hanrery.Kluabet. .
You've got to Value Check this nevrFord's
: )MrU'er Plaintiff VSValdemai

KI .\. SHOl''LDER l ROSEFLOUR \ Meu-er, Defeadant Caseo.: 956ntlee l t 41J| "Worth More" feature to

? .89 \ T,. T.\. lapeartaldrrtr: M.u.er. whose _; J know why Ford's worth more when you

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PORK ROASP37CIT. i ,..,- .- "t.., -'. buy it. worth more when you sell itl!

Every read in America has )wen "rrpued"! /ter shock absorber action Ford'i wider

Let Us Thoroughly At lent that' the way it will fed to you when front tread and low center of rarity In this new 53 Ford j ou'U find not only i new

S. CHOICE CHUCK .MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE lOU Test Drive Ford'i new Miracle Ride. A are blended together to give you amazingcombination concept of driving comfort .lou'1l6nd more of
Wash Your Clothes of'53 Ford ride features mcludimoothaesf on all road lurfacei. ICi a ukolt

Lb Tin $4.69 lag new, more respdnsne jpnngs new new concept (/d rum d comfort andquuL | the things! you van! and nerd than in any other

BEEF ROAST 59 2 9 Pounds : .,. car ear built. You'll find the "Co" >ou need in

I
For 40c I
!
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LEAN: FRESHPORK: I

PINE-SOL Pint 49C FREE Bleach If Desired! j lr ay i ,,, sttle( -settin beauty. No wonder it's the New;

CHOPS 55' Temple Ave. SUikt '' IeI
I : Standard of the American Road. "'
' :
CI.E.XSIJIS'XFECTS'' DEODORIZES I II r.-i

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WHOLE EELBECK We Rill I Ford new Miracle Ride u Ford's new Miracle Ride And thotc foam rubber "

22 to smooth you caa even has a built in "sixth cushioned seats are so com-

PORRHAMu'Lbor 49 Lb Dry Your Clothes L.ritf while riding Mont sense" that! let Ford uteruble that longest trips Ii

ta7aast GRITS 5 49' For 20c over rough roadj! r the curves en Ike Intl.l are a pleaiure.f 53 B or d


5 la Sew Automatic Drlen! .o.A r. See it Value Check it Test Drive it

. We have plenty of large ARMOURS PORK AND I



s. Mullet Oysters, Speckled and Red Perch Roe BEANS 1 lib Can 1 OC The Washeteria. I! ANDREWS MOTOR CO.



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE. FLORIDA I." '
PAGE NINE
JANUARY 9. 1953

Methodist 't' back to her home in the Canal YYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY tor. says if &nTnei.sht's, to air r Mr. Boone, Richard and P B

Mau.At Zone. tnnj church and has no \\"atc Lang. These five are alwa% .>tIthe
Dr T Mr and Mrs. "Bad" Brown' have: LONG BRANCH attend, JUt let him know and he job and if they can not get
sonvillwill be returned from a tr.p to Miami and uil! make a special tnp to bring I,help from men the Lord still heU*
the Keys. by Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :then to Shuns no matter if it is,, them and they will get Uu build
in the First Mr. and Mrs. R W. Riversspent man woman or child. So we can:' trig done some time.
Starke on last week in Stuart. not have for excuse any more that''I Mrs. Hardy Padgett is on the
absence of the Mr and Mrs. Roy Browning en- We were glad to see Earnest w e have no way to get there w 11will i sick list.
I I St. Mark's Episcopal Mitchell who tertained the Lion's Club on New, Shaeffer at chunk at the tent'' just have to say we do not!I I will finish by saying that all
The TabernacleIn Dean of the Year's Eve at their home on the Sunday night This is the first want to attend, we would rather!I who missed church and Training
Rev Raymond E. MarBUinSchedule lAke. ; tune we, had go sor.n'hert else-or stay ati Union Sunday evening mia-vd
seen him for
I
of the ( some
the absence sponsors
Conference on Mr and Mrs. Ed 'Blena home and watch TV. The teat
of tienicesSL'U.1YS went tc time, but he !' i!some good messages. w*>
night, never fails to attend' ii
illness the Fnday
due to i I
at the Pensacola on Sunday to take their;j church when he The work on the new building ;warm and very comfortable: and
is in
W. B. our
conducted by neigh-j
service wa I I Church School. 11 daughter. Carol who has been I We all enjoyed the servuV..
9:45
: am. Leeaburg. "
McKinney, who had charge of the borhood when there are services is coming along nicely. Five,
i I a.m.. Morning Prayer & Sermon: ; transferred to Eglin Field at Val\\of have new leaders for Training
music, and W. S. Parker brought Dr Mosley is any kind He w-:s visiting his worked there Saturday the faith-
Fla.Walter t'mon Come !h "
paraiso. and tht'mJUl't
I 6:30 Young People's Service t't' s\ \
an Interesting study on KeveUtoni. : p.m. Mitchell and aunts. Elgin Lang# and Lottif f'll i! !e* Rf. ("'!:w.\y ReJo'ies! '
I the '
is servuesHear
Allport but
< Mr. McKinney again conducted I League.HOLY COMMUNION" I previously, : Mrs Allport has been improving sick for a Starling but had to be bark tithe __ _,_ ,
-- -- -
the Saturday night Youth lit. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- Church and week. Marine base in JacksomiHeSunday !! h._ __ ._ .- 'h" w_ .' "_, ._ '_ _'_ "_,.
Meeting, aislsted by the ynyngpeople Ii ; Club. Mr and Mrs Olson night. -
and their
including several ttudents I day 7:30: am.FRIDAY Dr. Motley i son and daughter of Pittsburgh.! Mrs. Betty Hickey and Fe.\: Pastor Hob dray I II.
from Toccoa Falls Institute.Communion Cole are staying with us for a V\
7:30: Litany & MeditationS Pa. were guests over the weekend;, : I
t
pm. to ,
and came .
was observed Sunday days helping me with the w.'rk '::' SI MU7U: ) lM.SPKVK
of Dr and Mrs. HollMr :
Choir R* earsal.I 1 :
morning and the sponsor pm. Assistant 1i I and Mrs T E McKee of until I can" regain .'*>me Strengthafter ; ON THIS SIHJKCT:

brought the messages of the day. I Methodist New Castle. Pa stopped over and my seige of flu. ,
liev Horace F. Dean of the Church of Christ Ontario. ,spent New Years Day with Mr I attended prayer meeting "Adam, \Vfiere Art
seas in 1915 !
Thrtst'for America" program i! Corner Oth and McMahun and Mrs C. Sip They wenon I Thursday night and Training
I "
expected Friday. Jan. 16. I Bible School-10 A. M. 'Canadian their way to Winter Park and expect Union and preaching Sunday .,. '1 Thou?
Preaching- A. M. and 7:3< turn from to locate somewhere in Florida. -!I evening, the first time since I f :. "-'IJ
St. Edward's ChurchSunday Ip.M. ,, ed a.a Director brought my parents here the first
Meeting and Bible Study for the : First
of
November Church
They were well Baptist Hampton
011.1"t William Whitesides has been ,
I 7:30 P. M. quarters in
each Wednesday
fall at 915 a. m. enough for one of us to leave themso
Weekday Mass ?:30 a.m. :i Everyone welcome. of the War. Dr (I quite ill for several" days. Other Jim insisted that I go as he Bible School 10 A.M. IJ.T.I'. 6.30: P.M.
victims of the flu'this week include
weeks ''
I
Children's Class Wed. 3:00 p m. in a : had been attending pretty regularly Morning Worship 11 A.M.
(lll'KCII' OF JKMVS; CHRIST honored by a I W Siprelle. and Com Ray
I Hour
Ke)tone Helpt.Women' while! I stayed home I realle of Power"11'ed" S P.M.XI .
;, OF LATTF.R DAY SAINTS :' King of En Hearst
( Club) i __ t-njmed the Sf'-\I" -s ai.,1 hi.ixt '
Sunday Mass lit 3rd, 5th Sun., Services each Sunday In old M.v: elected as -- l EnOPES -
be able U
to Adding :.Machinean Portable > attend mere Wall I
11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m. 1 some Hall on E. Call St Sunday a h.tIII "The Church )II{ iht ompassion For The Lost'' i
thepast
sold Brad
Confessions before all Masses. School 10 a.m, Sacrament Service Geographic typewriters on tlmf>- ., . ,
.
7:30: p.m 630; p,m. Everyone welcome Dr Mosley !ord County Telegraph. Hr W D Jonrur '11'pa> ." -' .- -,'. -
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States in ,
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t > churches in
appointed in
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke t '
(Tiurchein :
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land After i: Be Our :, STARLINGS i, Go To

term he was ,
ident of East ,
III NN NNNNINN Customers
NNI'Nr' -N/N N --NII Methodist i i ChurchSunday

REV.: LEWIS I). IIAI E Pastor Rhode Hand t
and Court Streets! In The Heart of Town Dr. Mosley -
Jefferson F "5'
1
Office 231 Pastorium 130: i Florida
Phones &
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Sunday Sermons: 11OQ( A.M. 7:30: P.M. Beach before 1 t LA. ..
Sunday School 9:13 A.M. Training Union 0:13: P.M. relationship .
Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:301'.11: I. ferencp ; i I t, '. -.-. .. ._ -. !' :_ :_,_'" :. ,L_,: "-" .' .. '_
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1 The '
YN/I/NI--NNNI--IIIN-IN-N--IIIII N-III sermon for I, PREMIUM PICNIC- LB. SPHY OU ::1 1.11. (' .\

FOR FREE: TRANSPORTATIONPhone ';service will
306 Weekdays ions- t., he
2G6-J on Sunday on
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Not Listed Below Will Be Reduced W% -- ONLY 8 DAYS FHESII 1.1-\: LB.


SUITSCiniLEE Assorted Lot ARROW and WING BOYSDRESS ? Oleo LB. 19c

1 ALL DRESS SHIRTS PANTS Hambgerc

; SEWELLMEN'S : :

; WEAR r You; didn't even know we had .. .
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4.45 Now 3.45 Chuck Ib
ROAST 39C BANANAS 316s
25C
Regardless) of Original (Price 3.75 Now 2.85
.
(You Can t i tins)
4 ,' ; SPECIAL LOTWINTER
ALL TOP GRADE: : ( AIl Meat Ib Green Bell

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Some LoerSum Higher STREAK: '0 LEAN LAUflE
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10.95 plus tax Now Q.76 (Slightly Soiled Need A Hath) See The :Sale TicketOTIIEll


ALL NO LESS FROM TAX 20 I. };) IT 3,95 VALUES EACH: 1.99 SPORT REDUCED- COATS 25 Bacon Le2Cut. 9 I Fab Box 27C


ALL OUR BEST LONG(
300 PAIRS ._ .
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SLEEVEBOY'S 'L" ,,
WORK PANTS SPORT OVERALLS .. .. '"" ..< -- ,-"'- -- 'H"-," ." "-- '- .'. "- '-.- '


ARROW 12 TO IS (NOTICE SIZES) Red Link Ib' large

Were 295 lTI.E WINGS i 20% OFF Were 2.95 Now 1 .00 SAUSAGE 38C SUPER SUDS 21C


See if make 'em wear 'em)
( can
NOW f 173; BOT.\;," III NTING(. you Ib '
large

Fur ONI.Y S Day's : .; TIE ARROW I SeA P S DungareesWere s OZ. CUBE STEAK 63C SURF S F 27C'I


( E\en Your (Xtw That The
Dixie

245Per MotherinlawWon't t Have) Sea>on't Were* Is 1.95 0%er) 1.95Reduced SAUSAGE ContrySmkd/653C MEAL Lily Sibs 49C1I


1.50 Value I .. ". . .. .
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69C I
\\e Have Around 200 '

Cotton Flannel Long Slee\e


SPORT SHIRTS ALL SWEATERS I__ Pt i I 1.79 '; Bones IOc Soap 4FOR 25d1 .

That Sold for 3.93: and ..9:; :, I 1Neck ..

ALL (COIN. FOR 50% OFF ; t How can Sot go
Ic
: .95 Cash
1 OnlyUNDERSHIRTS without)

HURRY / P'''" '
AM) BEAT THE MOTHS FLORSHEIM. SHOES BOLOGNA6 39 GRITS 5'b' 44

S71 Now that the administration has ALL \ .\-I.l'ED TO 19.95 i
65c now 49c changed: we might tart to TranI.SDIE l.\Ll'ED TO 21.95

UNDERSHORTS75c He prepared SUITCASE with a SL95 Ol'R ,ENTIRE, STOCK GOING AT WEINERS cello Ib 39C FLOUR Good 1 0 Ibs 69C


59c 13.95
- now
For 2. 89 I
(S DAYS) Only Round Ib Ib cloth $<
bag f.69
WHITE BUTTON-UP WOLN ERINE \ CHEESE 53C (Fl LOUR 15 i1

WORK SHOES .._ -. .
1 SWEAT SHIRTS .. '-.-- ," .. '." -.- -
_ Was 2.93: CROSUY CARTER AND ., S-\\'lFTS' Pl'H. '
::: OTHER DRESS SHOES (NO ROUND, LOIN, T-BONE OR CLUB ; E

: ((Now ii\e one to Mother 1.89 ) 1 00,10 OFF HOLDHACKS) F I
I LB.
- Steak 54'YlUDAY. Lard 14 c

Remember Alvarez' 59th Anniversary Sale 8 Days Only Cash Sale

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PAGE: TY.'tI BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA

FKIDVV... jivi'inv a,. 1955!


I BHS Cagers Resume Games Tonight;: Annual Pageant At Prison More Colorful/ Than Ever School BoardReelects Band Looks Good \ite.l -- -

Mr and MrRoy Clemor gird

Boys Play Callahan Girls Meet Ocala! At InauguralThe family and JWt' Conner were ida

\ guests o!1 relatives! in MK"
.rA JohnsT I
Svhooltarted this week ,
The boys and girls basketball Bradford\ High School Band 7
new childie:: Mondav
teams awing back into action tonight Keystone OfficialsTo "titd itself proud cording titJuwf '

.Friday, after a lay-off r ; J'ths *'.is re-elected who wltrt'J] the inaugural

during the holidays.The Be Installed s 1 ,; f tincounty School parade in Tallahassee TUeaday. W..r"rtorl.I

D t' t': .: U.
< > reorganization meet-
playing at home The 57 members of the band
girls are Next Tuesday .
against the visiting Ocala girls, \r: t + >.t n..:-e M,'rdamorning: H. A. left Starke at 6 am in chartered : T \i.K 1Rtt1' TILE

while the boys go on the road to II L Morgan Jr will be sworn __ I iau- '.' .ar elected vice chair- Greyhound busses, and returneda HUillT; To UKINK IKJfoiIIT ; ..

Callahan for with the Cal of Height \ : r + .;. tired but happy \\ 'HtH T Tin: UU.IIT IUK -
games in as! Mayor Keystone group-about .
.
i I s ; V! :' the time dung the 8 30 : :-\l r. ON Tilt: sTKFKrsUHVT :
:
'' of the i t orV p.m.Between
lahan A and I! squads. 'at the regular! meeting (
V Y .: s,''<>a'n was spent going Intel r T1IF Kli.HT III
Mi" Ruhop's girL have playedtwo Town Council next Tuesday night i i those hours they h* : '<-:.".:-.ary plans of three ridden l'IIII.IICTu: |II| \\K: I HUM >
am winning both, while He succeed Frank Sto' an several! hundred n ilt- ...
; "i :e, t" which the board \ ) ( KlTIIINi.J" ,
the bovi. have a 1-1 record. beatIng candidate for 1.....;". marched a few more played! thevery
was not a H" ;" t or.>trui't during this \ I liiwr M.-rt;.in Ftlito.Joiintd .
r Palatla and losing to P. I i. best they knew how and h* !
+ .,r T ,., of I N ill \ ,.
tlon. : i ire (tin order priNt Dan t.\d.II\I'I'\ yAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA- o
Tongs \ seen McCartv become f aster
has resided iK'! .t
Mr Morgan nor of Florida.
Home to'4'1tanl are promised ., .
: : A school for Starke,
nfgru
the h"'.r
here Fri stone Hejgnts for past Funds to send the band t. T.! ,
good: exciting games ."- :i.r.: >,1 i t o-ta$210.000: ,

lay night and again Tuesday years, and is connected with 'h. .e -.-- r.,1..iy.jL --- ..' :Ne.auditorium for Brad- lahaasee were ci>ntnb>
and a large crowd I is expet Ridge raining operation ea-t friends here with Phil) vt I hv
night Trail Staged .ri SIX la. :.r. ->fri.j Pictured alxtve !.. one of th. impressive of ', t.1! High School!, estimated cost
man scene in 'Light serving as chairman .
,
ted to lend support. i serving asa of '"il'lt"
of Starke He has been and jd'ied r Pr-v. I'I S1no thin. --- --- -
< > i 'hapam 1 -
pi y
the \\orld, the Christinapageant! presented annually at the Florida I tions. C. s. Partm, principal of
The girls and boys have worked member of the Keystone TOUT. Leslie A Shepherd the annual state Prison. 3 New gymnasium Bradford BHS. and Carl Roberta Ky "Shorty'r
dirwtor!
hard, getting ready for a strenuous Council. :f Christmas pageant enacted by inmates .uJ'j lDIUI High ;Sihoul estimated cost $1:0:
schedule that carries right !! of the band wish to thank ever- -'-. ,
I councilinen-Fred ; of the State Prison at Rai- OCK
; :
to tournament time In Ft"bI Three new ford December 26 outshone''' Rev. T. one who had a part in ('ont rtbut. -
up I on G. Mitchell
6th Grade 4-H GirlsThe
Walter King, and 1E.. : The preliminary plans on these ;
nary | Dodd I even the impreue productions three ing to or helping) :: t.) raise t the .f-i L
structures
Hazelwood'H boys have Etlchbery will also take office j of Will Serve As Dean were presentedby & = r&v -..
'
Coach prior years. Starke 6th Grade 4-H Club the board's architect Sanford fund that made It r-.t.4t.'. .r I '
I
their! work already cut out for at this meeting. The pageant openedvith a On Church Vocations gnlmet Monday' at school for Goin of Gainesville the band to take .i *. \r:;> -.; o\V 1i(1 ;a

them Friday night, meeting a Other new officials beginning j choral prayer sung by three'' their first meeting of the school /- r
I Construction cannot begin on
Callahan five that is coasting terms! next Tuesday are: ti I. L. 1 i, choirs of male and female ,'okes.j Rev Thomas G MiUNll!. pastor ',I year. The president Charlene1! any of then until the State Department TVTVTYTTTTTTTTTTTT9TT... .,

along on an 8-game winning T : and it moved from there through of the First Methodist Church of Hardy. called on two girls to lead I'
city clerk; Frank of Education has yet up _
streak I I lieasley. j :a beautiful portrayal of Old andNew Starke, will serve as the dean of the 4-H pledge. I ,
Sara I the for the sale of HEILBRONNh :. .
and Mrs j 'I procedure revenue .. "
assessor; \.
.
Scott, tax i '
Next Tuesday night excitementwill I Testament Bibical episodes the fourth annual Florida) Methodist ettynn' Simmons and Shi Ann certificates under the recently If

when the boys andgirls McDonald, tax collector. I The production was climaxed Conference on Church Voca- ---.1---------
be high j I ; with i t. j; Smith led the girls in singing approved constitutional amendment .

meet their old rivals Green ;, \V. J. Dermody will begin a new :, a Nativity scene that culminated tions to be held at the Methodist ': "Dreaming" and other 4-H songs. .M.uian ;\ anranLLAULALA&AaaaaaaaaLALA1 *OtKp>v well the boxs '
I II
Cove Springs here at the armory t I term as town marsJial. .! in the splendor of a thousand Youth Camp in Le.. burg. January I: Miss Ros gave the girls their'I i I i slid to clean them all'' .

I candles held aloft in symbolic 9-11. I' I I I I
Game time Is 7:30.: II I Mr Mitchell is the Chairman : clothing record books and discussed Woods Fire Threat K \\' Johnson .u:.! sun> spent aneeeeeee ne.rneee. -
,
reverencehile the 700 ''
guests of the Florida Methodist them She asked the girlsto last Sunday with the Ancel Nor 1&'" u nili mill us to "t't'II'
the in:rate case, and officials i
prison t
Men's Clothing ', I Commission on Church Vocations finish their sewing this monthin 1 A woods fire Sunday afternoon mans. lour car clean, Inside and out
filled the auditorium
i
with
I ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1891 the unsurpassed melody of "Silent_ j which is sponsoring the conference ': order to have their exhibit next 1 I threatened the. summer home ofI I Mr: and Mrs James Gaskmof to please \ou WIt! >..

month. I Mr and Mi>. Lesley on Crystal! Tampa the
Ight". | for Methodist young people in the I spent Xt'Yt' r's holiday I
The next meeting will be Jan. Lake. with relatives TTTTTyvyvyvyyyyyyyvyLIBBY '
The project produced under the :, Florida Conference who are plan- I! I | in this i-ommu 1
19.i II! The fire apparently started near. nity. :
ombined
auspices of the
prison'sdepartments i fling to dedicate their lives to a I 1 /
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j
of Religion, Education i j I Route 100 and the wind carried lj Ir. and Mrs T N Norman and

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE and Music, ran nearly twc i I I.church-related vocation. Approximately -, NOTKKj : I it toward the lake. Neighborsfought i; son. :Mr and Mrs B J. Eggers j

hours Organ music came from aconcert I 75 young people are expected j I Due to a large number of com- the blaze before the Keystone I i and family of Jacksonville and Sales & ServicekAAAA.UaeaaLAU000 :

model provided especiallyfor I to attend.Bishop j I I I plaints about livestock roamingat Heights Fire Departmentwai t t Mr Eggers sister and brother-m i

ZENITHRADIO the occasion by the Miller I John Branscomb, of large in many places in the called. I law were visiting points of interestt ( ; _

I Piano Co of Jacksonville county, destroying property, the 1! The"Olul1t'r fire fighters pullout t t in South Florida rt'Centh. '
I Jacksonville. will address the con.ff'lence Board of County Commissionershas ; Kaiser Frazer HenryiIEALIRSp11' :
While reverence and devotion : the blaze in the general are i The regular monthly meeting: of
on Friday and Saturday instructed the Sheriff to begin '1 : i
-ere the keynote of the evening of the Crystal Lake homes an J i the Heilbronn P T. A. will meet
evenings, and other leaders will 1 impounding this livestock not the Service th Temple A"e. I'h 32 !t
beauty was the theme. The beau- I Forestry' put out : Jan. 15 in the school auditorium M

r A andTelevision tifulh designed full stage setting 1 -take part. later than Jan. 15, 1953 fire on the Airpark side at 7 30 p. m. All parents are in- TTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTGRAND
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(drew gasps of admiration from I

Sales the spedators.

and Servicew..e..e..eeew In welcoming the capacity audio ,i

enre Supt L. F. Chapman said I II
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tonight our there is devolion -

Phone 166 It is the wish of these men
221 N. Temple Aw.STAKKE. .
nd women inmates to prolong

FLORIDA the spirit of Christmas lust a

''If tit> and. if in so doing they can

".eeee+e+" " feel) that they have brought them- I t

wives. and'Ou friends, lust a :

'tHe i-loser to that which is the OPENING ,

true soul 1 of Chritsmaa, then I

I D D 0 can assure you that they will feel

mstified for the effort that has

snna mt.-i the nrodiiction of this

ICAillOS REPAIRED K ill IIKS'T Jr i 'i"'h.'<1 tour" 'I..m lovely pageant "
huu.. Willlaii SQIx .' nail
All Habr .'11 M.drrhargn -- .
...._....1. ...1'...".' H. t >f Stal'k. .n' Hit lUandiUKUoud. -
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Up -
l'Il "'. .. SIIKIMIKItll: Welfare Board -
7t3 W. Tall M. KUrke r... **') -

fYYYYYYYYYMATTRESSES To Seek AssistanceFor '
A'ANTED Graduate nun or

duty licensed Doctor'practical Clinic for Hospital.general OF ALL KINDS Totally DisabledS. FRIDAY and SATURDAY

101 'Jo. Call St. Slarke. Fla tf I .

I RENOVATEDiIM E. Sparks and T R. Connell
volt HAI.K jj" x f x Concrete -
Illoi-k HP raih. Plenty of !i attended a meeting of District
Mortar Mix and iVmrnt ! Five Welfare Board in
: Green
'rd KnglneirltiK 1"'nll'aIlY. Phone I JANUARY
.4. Ifdl : fafe Cove Springs as representatives of 9TH AND 10TH< 1953
tfitf/
Bradford County
t..I.f' .. Korm.mnzir.s I
.\ FURNITURE It was decided at that time that .

A '\.r..rr I the next legislature will be askedto .
Auiea plant branchrd andriKiUd. well Krupholstrrrd! and .
Iinch l!" rent ".<'h. Larger I set up a plan for participationin
r Refinished
.
l Islam l !5.'-S0< -t,- and $1 ach :
U"I""f'r..1.l... IarJra.Pauline I I the Aid to the Permanently I
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. .
Karlc Collins t and Totally Disabled program. It I

HoHI.. Kailrti.n. Kla II I I lox 230 Palatka, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. is estimated that about S.OOC I TEMPLE AVE. & CENTER ST.

VOU 11RNT-fl'liiwn. furnl h..1 4. | persons in Florida. between the I
nxiiii apartment, 1I11 tlllrll. S'.'0 I i p. ,
|
'' ages of IS and 65, would be eligible I irtkI
month, rimne tl or 107 tfi'huIT.OTKCT 1 I'.T J. II 1)OM. Jit
It1II.Ilofty for such
assistance
YOfU SECt'lllTIES ('.\1VI'I..: .%'MI HOGS i I I
Fireproof I'rnl.'lo eurltx I'.,*. SILKS For the biennium beginning July I LFL
t.rautlful. large. heavy duty steelhot 1.Ue. Oak Iack Wednesdayl.nliie.illle 1. 1953 it is estimated $1,974.5S5 I _
Kuril: Friday i
$10 !S plus tat KradfordBounty
in state funds would be needed !
Trl'craph tf Foil THE lU'lH'.KT-MINDED:' Bride
-100 to provide assistance on a basis I
Invitations
Engraved Wedding -
I.il'KUXI. HKWAUD: for return i>f on fine ran-*..intent paper similar to that for the aged for
hint U>K II al. William\ *. Route only 1169: Bradford County I _
Ho whom the maximum grant is $551
'0 MO. Jacksonville Kla. Telegraph tf I FREEI-
I'hone offl 'e 3-OSS1 or home phinris93 per month.
: :Ip I 9! \\'It.1. T.\K": t'\Ht: of .hl"'r" |
while mother \\ .rk.'r ..h"I'" twill '

Poll S.\LE--1917 TadilUc Sedan, also fishy sit Mrs C. 11. Kuhn. Felton Smith
good shape. good (lieslfv. \ cash 1'.0. B"1 116 t'Ity tip t 9 Family I'
offer tkm it. .' \ InKlrrtfcht.,
42b: U plmorUiiJ M after ."> |i in. >OTI('KSTOLEN Loses Belongings BANGGUNSLOLLIPOPS
zip 1 11 :: -Two trained > .w dogs amithree BALLOONS
pupple" T"i> black puppies
one female and one cream colored Mr and Mr Felton Smith and

Addrrit \\and uuvnu mall pontaln. Mdkurr ... with rang around ne k. One large S-months-old child lost all ''

|So neck Smd II fur mutructloii Kre dog about eight y..are old belongings in a fire that thf'ir'l
Nearing leather muzzle and rollar -
For
*. LE.MKi.Vattrtoun.: Ma youngstersWhile
SIP 1.s with \' C. Smoaka name on 1 the interior of one of the Dow1mg your
lollar. One female dog about MX i
years old blue and white ring cabins Christian St. last Fri
FOIL SALE-II a 'riM plus .haik..Suiilm ,
? neck Puppies tatooed in one ear I
d.lmorning.
south of Mark on Kc>'>t,'nrllriithti
one black puppy female. JSrtOO
.\. highway J. Thoniay.Mukv Jr.,i\\r Agent an .ftrr I Uevvard Notify J. S. Slomrnphnnr The fire started from an oil | they fast
.195. Callahan Florida urtaines'ille r
4tohK I 3o I.t'.. toeI"rkf'1, heater, and Mrs. Smith received'second
I
TUCTOUOKK., !tp 1 U 5 degree burns on her face "
Bray
rqulpmrotanNhrrr I
an tlme. End of l.lli- as she to it.
) attempted extinguish
I of Six
.. Lt'T-m"< k and tan female : H Handsome set
.In Cit) load J. ;.l1 llur)'. '
old hound i'hri>tma eve lleward The fire department managed tc '
!tl\ I It $10. Knoih Strung, La"It). Kla. I!
lip save the cabin but all furniture
Foil ItE t"urnhh..11 & _
roomhouse etc. of the Smith's'a ,
clothing

ator ,and lili1 gas tatjj. f Inquire If i trio refrnrrr Martin's K refrigerator'U HtSTTr,1IIm hot water cabin gas Hath.heater damaged beyond use. : tumblers with every purchase -
Krult shop N Temi'U Ate! ttpwAxTEttwattrrrs
and Move Tinehum Cabins of and
Keystone ltighua) Thane 17 U Contributions clothing i
curb girls 1-1. other articles for the I
4tp ISO family may ,
dish Mashers, porter and breakfat I

J:1 .N t"1'1'1. Temple ,)Air' Koy'$ Orive-lnn!ItchsKOR Ft H: KENT:' -Kive room unfurnished be left at the Red Cross office. i! y of seven gallons of gas

home SII' S Water St_Up I I

SU.E='SI NaMi lUmt.ter Mrnutty AVPRECIAT1OX !i
FuR \1.-1 I young Jersey and
of |DUO Mill sell for JJOO.
!
iu..rn..v heifer with first calf
Jack Smith. Central Florid Oa Heifer calf: Lest miss who hazministered I:
half Itrahraer. R. E.liorn we someone tf
..,
Appliance. Co. ItchgKOR
..t>)'. Kt t. lion Si on Griff :
to us during the
toad Southeast Starke UpKt'U .TjJ
KENT-Kurnlnhed house Ke> _
.
lengthy illness and death of our:
at Kitty's ('afe, :!3 T..mvlt't'.1 I ,
SALFt'ushman :Scooter
in eirellent '
UPKOR condition See pert New: loved one Mrs. Opal Johns, we

RENT-ne 3 room apartmentJownataira. I Bomb Phone SH-J. _UpKOR take this method of expressing I I!I

One : room apartment S,VLB Three! bedroom housein our sincere thanks and heartfelt II 4

bath upstairs lights cren and por.'b hot wat..rfvrnl i>iivt Kln.I.11I"c.. .., Already flnaocrd. gratitude to everyone who helped I]
11200 cash and
hed. SOIV Madison, Itp,: ,< assume in any way. i
j i mortgage of |: io rayaientu on
1
I mortgage 125.5 i per month. ''....n- We appreciate so very much
chitdreg tact .\ueul'llls'orln.r :1< E. oantbia -

:. ; or at my home Reliable. >: ...,t St. Lake Butler or T. A. the many lovely floral offeringsand
rrferencm Mh. Kawsar. J lUviv Yawn Starke ;tp 1. U all other tokens of sympathy

Phone J4t-\V. it FOR i.I.kSE-Service Station Good during the hours of deepest gloom EVERYBODY'S WELCOME!

r t FOR JUST-ur. bedroom with' pportunity for man who" hikes this and we are also very grateful for ,
' ru hear J'b.nl!' H. Mr. Titus Ol.on type of busir.* n. Interested person the friends who showed her so
:tp I UiMKN should have )1000 for merchandise -
\\ WANTED to -.." for >pnnirbuvtnrita. and operational purpo many kindnesses during her long :
+CSi Easy: to sew product ..e.. Contact A. :''Ii. 11-IU..non.! H-
:i;; goal pay. Sewing machne! not a*. tot 1SC Jacksonville 1. ores- months of suffering. Thank you I
Icy Uobert. Worthington .
- ntial Writ Krnroc Mfg. C.'..i Springs
Yorktown Indiana Up, :tp i: u again and again for every visit .
_
:iI:: of cheer the beautiful II
every message
... IrP S.ILE-Cole Tlantrrs and Fntlllirr VID W.\ E\-\l'ph' T .r.n1
Distributor Also parts Motel off In' after } p.m. H mile bouquets the tasty foods. 9
........ for them. l *rdn and fieldd,..' N Siarke on 101. If Chg
obit.-- the nights you sat up and waited

.... FOR \LE-n. Milk Cow fresh by IiBROADWAY'S
: on her, and for the numerous
; | lh, 10th. C. H. Cooper HI. %. Box
KOU SALE--I foot trailertugene h..u--" 1;.
-.' Fvgrns. Hampton. Fla.ts. :tp 1. Ii other ways you expressed your

+ .,, Up I-\IR SALE-USD Chevrolet Delux love to her. SERVICE STATIONStarke

Sedan or trade on K rmall Cub.
asat 'f!i FOR S.\LF.-Du this! for your love James A. Peterson Starke. lip God's richest blessings on each
- one Neu 4 room ridn.-r at Starke.
' fully equipped! for house keeping. of
' +9t See Mr. Davis IS mile North o( Fort SALE Small dwelling houseon you.The
.=...-- Starke on Ut. SOI 3rd house put i; lot on lth :t., Starke. See J. family of Mrs. Opal Fla' Temple Ave. and Center St. Phone 9116
restaurant Up I. Silcox. 4t Joh."lS -

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