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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 16, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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i : :i I Committees For 'Dr. Middleton Day' I', Honored For 50 Years In MasonryT. I City Announces Tentative Schedule I





I Hk. I On January- 29th Are Announced railroad. at J. a agent Griffin ceremony in reured Stark in the Seaboard\e Masonf*s honored Of Streets In Proposed Paving- Project- gt'


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G P Wad-, Temple Monday night when he W4. ___ \ .\ :.t ,.t"ez. t" ,' ,
Chairmen of the- various committees Ma) Mr and Mrs : ':!: S:1'Water : : -: : .::; :" \

I: to carry out the celebration worth Mrs Ola Perkins I ;presented; with a tertmiai. ..no uuv. it: the City s proposed Street

1 of "Dr. W. E. Middleton Day' Lawtey: Cecil Whitehead Dan.: medal commemorating hts So ..ea s 'Ca: :: .If paving was announced Pratt Street Orange :, ',\ .

L .. .- .' -, .* -,_, .- in Starke on Thursday. Jan. 29, Harley. Rembm Carradine. ;I of membership in thr Ma- mi "> /i- '.* eek by the City Council i nut.

1 -- A-ere announced this week as Bayless Highway: J. R. Kelly. '. ;ie-l on the l.1st.hleb added Seventh Street Cherr >

--I'oUrold Mlnut Photo tr the T.IegrapD follows: Pine Level: Rev. W. E. Hall ; der. r A total of approxImately :Short

Member of he Hradforo -,.'n; n.idn-n ommi'te. pireu Ladies Heilbronn Springs: R. L. Red- : Mr. Griffin has beer.! rt Mister rff :r.es.:! were: Jackson Street' Wa'.nion: .'
:Mason since 1595, first a' ElM "
Secre dish. ; : 'tr Street Laura to Call.
Chairman. Leila Mundy -- Temple.
at in* meetin;* held her Monda.. Fif row 'left -.u ngni P T N-.Jin. State Farm L. F. ChaPman ville. later at Olustt'e and nn\ nig .. ..
: Supt.
tary-Treasurer, Mrs. L. F. Uinkins; | 4.:: Street Water to Park. Jackson Street' --- ':' )}'".
athool H. P Morgan county superintendent of his membership here in 190S)
county supervisor Co-Chairman Masdames Chas. J. G. Godwin.Kir.gsley _vir schools. S E. me.-nter V.tlfaie Board District 5. Phil Vitsky. Lake: Clayton Strick-' The awards were" present" .< 'o
Spark Darby, T. F. Landrum, S. E. Sun- i 'Uir Street -- Call to 10th. Jefferson Street -- Bn i i ;
il 1 to r.) Mrs. Ruth Morse land Frow Strickland. him by Clarence E: Millei a Fast
representative of Elk Club. Second row mons. R. C. Buford, Charley E. A t:t'r Street Call to 10th. Tempi".

presenting Baptist WMU: Mrs Maitha! Snellen. public health nurse; Johns. W. H. Smith. H. C. Brown Cook's Store: Earl Cook. Master of Barnett Lodge JarKsonville. ,K Street -- 10th to llth.V Jefferson Street Thomn-. :r. '
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Miss Florence Jennings juvenile court counselor; Mrs Lex Green, Glenn Duke, T. H. Slad L. D. Lawtey district: Oscar Carter. \ limit Street 10th to 11th. Church

"rommilte chairman and representative of Woman's Club; Mrs. Edward Vining. K. G. Duncan. H. C R'itch, January has been proclaimed I' Following the ceremom refreshments ute Street Sth to 11th. Francis Street Myrtle \w
"Dr. Middleton J.I
Hall committee secrelary and representative of Red Cross: : Mrs. Nelson Green Day" by Mayor were served to tne memoers M< Mahon Street Washington: Two Blocks.
R. Wainwright in commemorationof
Pauline Torod reprinting IiI'W Club; Mrs. T. H Slade. PTA; Dr. Men the veteran physician's 76th and out of to-.vn guests oy the ilth \ Call Street Orange t- W, -

Chairman Carl Johns; CoChairmen Eastern Star ixtke Street Washington tci'.th moreland.
A Y Covlngton. director health department Third row II to r) i birthday anniversary and hi; 5Cth)
S. E. Simmons, Hope-]
George
i : \ LaFayette SU'Ht'ah.1.1 t
County Judge T A. Yawn, R O. Hutchison, welfare case worker: Jack Vassie iyear of medical practice in Brad-
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lousos, Charley E. Johns Grand Street Washington tc Westmoreland.
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Trawick, representing Rotary Club; Mt Eustis McKnight. public Howard, L. F. Dinkins W. B. ford County.A llth Center Street
'Not Verdict In First Case Christian t
has
parade been scheduled fo Guilty'
turalth nurse Mrs. Edward Burns, Episcopal church auxiliary. Mundy R. C. Buford, Robert Green, 12:15: : with the high school band Clark Street Jackson to Pratt Temple Ave.

Foster Shi Smith, and Hogan Lake Street Center Sth. It
to was emphasized that! I th,

Need For Detention Home Facilities Smith.Other committees named were: other participating.groups are Civic!requested clubs to and en- Against Dowling; Others To Be TriedAfter Bay Broad Street Call to Center. I|[ schedule is tentative and suhj.) .

ter cars marked by a banner. Street Madison tc. to change before the wviK i .,
Gift Committee: Virginia Darby, !!!
Tables will be in the Pratt. tually begins.In .
''i e arranged

Told To Children's Committee Katie Wainwright Virginia Smith, two blocks of Thompson Street" between more than two hours of an unpaid conditional sales con Christian Street Call tc the discussion of the fmanj
Ruth Simmons, Hogan Smith,
Mrs. H. Slade. the City Hall and the Coca-: deliberation a six-man jury returned tract, previously executived by 0 Pratt. j I ing of the paving and sewage p'.

T. : Cola plant, and basket dinners wilt:[ a verdict of not guilty G. McGee, payable: to Dowling. Adams Street Madison, tc jects, the amount of revenue if
Table Committee: Oirt Johns. ;
Some arrangement for detention 1 a correctional method for be spread at 1 p.m. Each family is late Friday in the case of Stateof which contract had been" assignedby Lafayette.Monroe tificates to be issued was est
Monk Dinkins, T. T. Long, E. J. I'
home placement of juvenile <:iealing with the problem of juvenile Dowling. Jr., Foster Shi Smith. ,, asked to bring enough food for its!I Florida vs W. E. Dowling, in the local dealer to the Florida Street -- Madison to mated at $125,000. The (',sUm'"'

(fenders wai described aa the ] deliquency. She announced Cake Committee: Mrs. Nelson members and a little extra for out,''Which' the one-time Starke auto- Bank at Starke. Title to the car LaFayette.Bay t figured that $SO.OOOml.t ..%'.'.

outstanding present need in that I that her office will be in tht USO Green. I of town guests. Each family group,, mobile dealer was charged with at the time of its sale by Dowling. i!I Street" Madison to La- j'' the paving proposed to be dim..

field by County Judge T. A. Yawn I I building, although she will work Trophy Committee: Mrs. L. D. will also be expected to bring!!obtaining money under false pretenses was retained by the bank as security Fayette. Half of this amount would h>

at a luncheon meeting of the Hrad-' I
lord County Children' Committee :I rice in her capacity of juvenile H. C. Ritch. own use. Cold drinks will be on: Ford Victoria coupe to the Duval information stated.Serving Brownlee Road. I in cash or paving liens. akmg:

held in the Crescent Court dining I i court counselor. sale. : on the jury during the Myrtle Street LaFayette to i i the city'a actual expenditure .II"I
: Coca-Cola Booth: Cecil S well. Motor Company of Jacksonville.

room Monday. i Mr. Nolin reported that the eye-1 Committees for other communities -1 The main address of the day 1 Dowling based his defense on I two-day trial were Sam White- Pratt. | paving about $40.000.

Judge Yawn. who took office!<< :i screening program carried on by in the county were named as, will be made by Dr. T. Z. Cason.| the claim that he had no intentto head. Leon Conner Lucian Con Westmoreland Street Wan : It was stated that all ntO".'

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on January 6, pledged 100 percent the Lions Club is almost completedin follows: prominent, Jacksonville" physician defraud the" Jacksonville comI ner. Leland Bedenbaugh. Ralph ne Branch to Francis. i collected on paving liens would r*

cooperation to the committee Starke, and that 122 referral and civic leader. Alton Road Wannee Branchto placed in a sinking fund to t*
Un 1..rhill.State's
Rodman
: Brooker: G. B. Colson. T. B. I pany when he sold them an automobile Darley and <
and all individuals interested in letters have out to parents. I I
gone Madison Street. certificates.
Pinholster. All schools in the will be j paid on
I county for $1,650 on which there Attorney T. E. Duncan
the welfare of children. In stren Work will begin in the rural closed at II 11th Street Oak to Main. !' The Clerk was instructed t.
; Sampson: Mr. and Mrs. Dugger a.m. and children returned was an outstanding lien. said yesterday that he will ask
the need for detention schools within the next few weeks, '
a
ting to their homes Washington Street -- Lake tr contact the Burton Walker < < nstruction
Jones. on busses In
( The information. filed by State'sAttorney that trial dates be set in the near
home he pointed out that "we he a tl. Orange. Co. and if thr\ woud
Graham order that they attend the see
: Mrs. Equilla Roberts. may several other cases |
T. E. Duncan. future for
law have the In to tonsillectomies, | charged
have the we regard
juvenile I Tyler Jones, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. event with their parents.All : on Washington Street Church provide figures on the appto\'
that the automobile at the time Dowling
pending against
children but we have no facilities"for Mrs. Kustis McKnight reported to St. ,
Frazier. Clair. imate coat of eight i miles of pt\'mjo!
of Dr. Middleton's "babie .
Dow1in sold it. was subject tc similar ehargeSlade
placing children after they that rates of $5 per day for hospitalization I Sth Street Lake to Orange within the
New River: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I -those he has delivered in the past t city
been handled the court. :j jH. have been established, -
have by
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1 Wiggins. Mrs. Jessie Lazenby. 50 years-are asked to come in

P. Morgan, chairman of theFactJo'indinlC plus fee to be determined. by the Theressa: W. S. Sibley, Cleveland and register in a book providedfor Farm Problems 5 ElectedC Cold Weather \ Post

Committee was requested operating physician.S. Sullivan. that in the Bradford I MastershipSought
purpose
to Investigate the possibilities E. Sparks moved th.it a letterbe
Hampton: Mr ard Mrs Claude! County Telegraph office Retards Berries
of a temporary home, perhaps written to the City Council
Discussed HereProblems I C of C PresidentT.
through some arrangementwith thanking them for the contribu- Park-of-the.Palms Will Be Center Strawberry shipments will beheld By 21

4 private family, or sharing tion of 125: toward Children's, at minimum here for several

of a detention home with some Committee expenses. of interest" to Brad- H. Slade owner" of the Sladt- weeks yet due to cold weather during -

neighboring counties until such' The Monday meeting was presided -\\0f Statewide Evangelistic Program .""Cord! Countr vegetable and livestock ([las Co.. was elected" president of:, the past week. Monday morn:I' Keen competition has d.-\ Iope
have over by the committee chair. for the three postal itervu
time a* this county can one : growers were liscussed at t the Starke Chamber of Commerce, ing's low reading was 32.6 degrees, pos
ofStiOWn. i iP nan, Mr. Lex Green, \\1.0. urged while the tions soon to be filled in Bradtoi
Beautiful Park-of-the-Palms at ]Petersburg will lead- the morning well-attended meetings held: lat it a meeting" of the board of direc- Tuesday morning mer-
T. Nolin. lIul*rviBor of county members to attend the Tenth RegIonal to 31. : County. On Saturday J.IJI 2<
Keystone Heights will be the cenI 1 Bible Hour at 10 a.m. each day' ErcoLcr Tuesday night and the 1 I tors Monday afternoon. cury dipped
schools, Introduced Mlsj Florence Forum to be held in the Jack- some 45 applicants will compete
ter" of an impoitant gathering of Monday through Saturday. Dr. ,second at Starke Wednesday Other officers named at this i Three crated of berries were
night.
Jennings who U now serving in sonville YWCA on Friday, Jan. 'i via written examination for the
Christian workers from part :English is the author of numerous, 1 time were: Lucian Conner, vice brought to the State Farmers Mar-
every The discussions led byjForest
the dual capacity of juvenile court 16. at 10 a.m. This is the regular were following positions:
of Florida during the week Feb- Bible study books and is editor of, I'president; Judge T. A. Yawn. ket for sale on Tuesday Jan. 6, and
Myers, vegetable specialist,
counselor and visiting teacher for (pre-legislative forum and letters 1. Post Master at Stark. annual
1-8. The Conference will "Our Hope" magazine, publishedat I treasurer; Mrs. Marian Howe seven crates last Friday. They sold
the public school Miss Jennings were addressed to Sen. Charley E. ruary and Russell Henderson! pasture salary 5070.
launch New York. Dr. E. R. Barnard, i secretary.New for around 25 cents per pint.
who has a doctor's degree in Johns and Rep. Doyle E. Conner a state-wide evangeliseprogram and field crop specialist both with 2. Post Master at_ Hampton, an-
pastor of the Central Presbyterian1Church directors elected to fill expiring -
psychology from Johns Hopkins urging them to attend. affiliated with "Christ the agricultural extension service, nual salary $2. 9t.
1 of St. Petersburg, will terms were: T. H. Slade,
1
University described! the long Eighteen members of the committee for America" which is an inter Gainesville." The meetings were Rotarians SeeConvention 3. Rural Mail Carrier. Lawtev!
speak at Vesper Hours at 4:15: Lucian Conner, an'd Rev. T. G.
range program by .which she hopesto were present at the Monday -denominational organization that Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. E. arranged by County Agent Geo. T. Mitchell. Film annual base pay $3,158.

develop a preventative rather 1 meeting ; has promoted" nearly 250 city-wide, Huggins. i The examinations will not beheld
R. Barnard will address the special'Women's Mr;. Howe announced that plans i
county-wide and other forms of in the courthouse first
Hour on Thursday Feb! Mr. Henderson stressed the importance for the exhibit at the Stae Fair in I A color film depicting the la..t an an

united evangelism during the past 5 at 11 a.m. Sharing the hour:! of ordering Dixie 18 hybrid Tampa, Feb. 3-14, are complete American Legion National Convention nouncf>d. Due to the large num

Bishop Protests Air Rifle Ban ten years.Among. with her will be Mrs. Charles O. corn seed" early, due to the She said tl'at the exhibit will be! in New York was shown at the, ber of applicants and the lark of
the committee members table the courthouse
Morgan prominent Christian lead scarcity that has resulted from more interesting than ever this I Rotary Club Wednesday. A highlight necessary space in

of "Christ for America" are to be er of Miami. 1 last summer's drought and the increasing sear as Humphreys Gold Corpora, of the film was the gigantic the examinations will be

Road Priorities Ordered By CityA found such well-known names as Col. John Fain of Atlanta, Ga..' popularity of this variety.Mr. tion will demonstrate the separation and colorful parade In which 75- held In the home economic.. l..m
at Bradford School
High
Dr
Robert G. Lee
prominentSouthern 000 marched.
will be. one of the speakers on Henderson also gave timely of minerals by their patented I people
There are 21 applicants for >h<
Baptist pastor of Memphis Laymen's Day which has been" set suggestions on the fertilizationand spiral process which is used at th if Three new membersJerry O.
II. A. Bishop. Jr new County popular pastime the : Dr. Billy Graham renowned Trail Ridge Mine east of Starke. position: of Post Master at StarkeThU
among as Friday Feb. 6. He will be maintenance of pastures.;, He Gay. Capt. Hatcher, and V. It.


Commissioner from District Three local small fry the practice of young evangelist of North Caro- heard at 11 a.m. The closing said that due to the declining The Big Dad Manufacturing Co'. Ferguson wi-re presented Ki/tary examination will be held at
8:30
Bradford County, this week prepared ;shooting out street lights came lina: Dr. Eugene R. Bertermann. speaker of the Conference will be market in livestock he would not will also cooperate in the exhibit!t lapel pins by the president, H P :There a.m. on 21 January 24. fill 'n.-

the following statement con in for Us share of discussion at director of the Lutheran Hour: Dr. Bob Jones, Jr., president of gain this year, and County Agenl't Morgan. are applicants
consider further expansion of pastures other two and lb.es
o rning the priority of secondary the Council meeting last week. Dr Percy Crawford. director of the Bob Jones University atGreenville G. T. Huggins is planning a tur positions ,
roads and has advisable at this time. animations for thesi- will hi- ,*-"1
its
requested publication the weekly television pentine and naval stores exhibit.
R. Wasdin program S. C. He will speak
,
superintendent of is .it I 30 the naniida.I .
In the Telegraph.In Taking in new pasture expensive Christian Church p m on
the City Light & Water "Youth on the March: Dr. Bob Saturday evening, Sunday afternoon The directors authorized Mrs i
Plant
and might not off if
pay
hu prepared statement Mr. Howe to leave her duties here 1
Jones, Sr. founder of the Bob and Sunday night. anc

Bishop said: month reported more that than during 50 street the lights past Jones University at Greenville.S The Conference" will open Sun-. beef" prices" continue to drop" He.advised of stay with the exhibit for the dura- Has New Pastor Guard Pay Totals
The secondary roads of the intensive improvement
tion of the Fair.
C. others.
and Horace F. Deanof
county were to N. paved in rota- had been destroyed by per lng. day morning. Feb. 1 at 11 a.m., t'xistingpasturt's rather than over
The annual
budget totalm
Chicago l is the Campaign Director $28,536 For /1952
ion among the five commissioners, presumably children, shooting the with Dr. M. R. DeHaan. preach- expansion.
and $3,500 was approved, and it wa:
will lead the Conference -
one to.each district according to bulbs Out with air rifles and sling ing in the worship service. Tht:.' Mr. Myers stressed the early planned to held another meeting a''

importance. Some districts now s-hots. Ixs.st\s:: were unu.uallr at Keystone Heights. meeting primarily is for the con- Members of the \lt n Hi Nitti I .rp'f
of soil for date
preparation planting an early to map plans for th<
have several roads whereas Distn. ht'aaftt'r Christmas, due tc Prominent Bible teachers and venience of Conference guests. Dr. and also recommended" that 1953 uard unit. Hq & Hq ('I. 2d Bi
growers membership campaign.It
,. Three h.u none. the annual re-arniing of the town's evangelists will be heard daily at DeHaan will lead a great Radio\I here experiment with the band was decided that all member I'o. 124th Infantry. received J2* V:>) t-i

With this in mind. I tried to youthful Daniel Boones with the the Conference which will be heldin Rally at 3 p.m He will speak placement of fertilizer. He said and prospective member will r> their year's work in 1952.

place before the board a motionto traditional holiday gift air rifles the beautiful auditorium on the again Sunday evening. Feb. I. at results have been favorable circularized first. asking them t'<" This total does not in !111,1.- '.'

advance the Sampson City roan Police were instructed by the eToundif'" the ParkofthePalmsThe 7:45.: The music of the Conferencewill with this method very at the mail in their membership dues *II< quarterly payroll foi tti.- peii..i
experiment
10 first place instead of fourth Council to apprehend and arre.-n' speakers wilt include Dr be under the direction of Mr. fore an artual soliciting is d',,;,; covering October, Nov -mbr -tf, '

but received Martin 11. DeHaan. network Radir \\'h' station. ()December explained W arr /t) ofi '
never a :econ.l to the any person found destroying City J. Stratton Shufelt of aton It is hoped that all\ business hou.v
Preacher of Grand Michigan He also discussed the latt".tmethods ;, l' er A L. Crosby. Jr aa the fim,'
motion I consider this an unJust property including street lights. Rapids Ill. Mr. Shufelt is associated with, will\ coopeiate as it is difficult f<>!

proposition for the county's and to bring the offenders before : Dr Jess M. lIendle '. outstanding Dr Hendley in union campaign' in control of corn earL volunteers to take time away fin I. 'i'irt"r pnytoll has not been I 1)11.,-

second district. worm and bud worm. stating that i !'-I! and checks have: 11'" '
largest the Mayor for trial. Baptist evangelist: of Atlanta throughout the United States. their businesses for the purpos Ie> ; .

'Your opinion and support will It was pointed out that the : Dr. John E. Zoller. noted printed" program giving full detailsis ;; it is believed the use of spray 1- canvassing the :c'wn- <*'. :. m-nlc'l outurioum

greatly help convince the remaining City Code makes it unlawful for radio preacher formerly of Detroiton available at the Conference;!! the only l thing that will controlthe 'I ill received in.'iuiir*

commissioners that the Sampson the program. "America Back tc grounds and all sessions will beheld pest when a crop is heavily ,jj- '..r th<- three weeken'I|- (Ii. It!
any person:: to have in his posse.JS10n Bank Officials
e'lty road should be the next G"d"and now associated with in the auditorium 'it the Park, Ir. e.-tpd r. -,',.-nl at Camp Elan or use a sling shot, bow and
', be paved." ",hnst for America" as raving!' ofthePalms.The Are ReelectedThe arrow. or rifle
ar
The following i the order of on any public 1IIIIJ4/1) w' exercise. !th' t... .
> Evs i hgell-t i public is extended a rdla: > p
street of the
city and that
\>ad priority at this time: anyone Dr E Schuvltr Knglu-h of St: welcome.Starke. Postal Savings annual meeting of the st II week* A field training at Ft M- .
convicted of such offensei
an
1 Brownlee Road now under holder, of the Florida Rang a,I ( lI'u,1. Ala and the armory <'I

Construction; subject to fine and imprison Funeral TuesdayFor Rotarians Star ke wa" held on "Bank Tia... a i >r. 'iruls!! held during th VIM-
ment.
2! Rosier Road from Lawtey to the second Tuesday in Januar. Atx.ij' 9.r, per cent of the pa. '

Fiowing'eiI Bridge: It was also called to the atten- John \V. GriffisJohn Show IncreaseGross A report of the activities of 'n,e r, 's tif.S: '<) members living; :n .on I Iar ,

3 Road from Hampton to Ato- t ion of the Council that Section Beat KeystoneIn bank: during the past year '."-a" .iin'i! SMrkr. which plai ed i' .'i I

chua County line; 7 9t) ::. Florida Statutes Annotated W. Griffis.' SI died Sunday made by the president and sh'.we 11 tr.- :\"nr.dj .rade channel

.a, Sampson City Road connecting provides as follows: at his hOT near Highland AttendanceThe ref-ipta at the Starke&post 58 that the bank is in excellent on 1- We believe that the training g
fell S2.
office in 1952 just
Booker Road with Lake But- 11 The for r.itionith:: a slight increase in dt'- Rev Donaio Weldon form
I use any purpose 'J {;,, after an extended illness. He w<,- hort of the $40,000 required tc
Jer Highway. whatsoever of BB puns air rifles deposits over December 31. 1&51.On ,,: v. ii A.'aji'a .a "*as ,ailed benefit received by ar V
lifelong resident of Bradford Starke Roiarv Cl'ib' set an it back ir.to the classification
put Dec
:). Lester Johns Road. and 22 caliber rifles by any child a 31. 1952 125.0)O wa-s "'IJa.'i'-,I itoe Frs' ftinstiai member but the money helps too I
enviable record' of 13 of first class. transferred from undivided
and was farming perfect- profitto *
County engaged in
_ The commissioners will meet under the age of 16 years is prohibited Churl n '<.ttark* 'In January 4 Crosby stated.

____ with the State Road Department unless such use is under until his health and age forced attendance meetings to win a Gros receipts' for the year ending surplus and prea. ned hi:' first sermon here Recent enlistments in the unz'

;4 m Gainesville on January 26 a! the supervision and in the presence his retirement a few years ago. heated contest with the KeystoneClub December 31 were $37,393.42.a la..t Sunday. include Wallace Parrish, Zac-har. &i

which time the road bv.irdi11! I of an adult: conducted. during the final substantial gain of $55.340.1 Funeral SundayFor p.eWeHon was born and Crawford, Robert A. Wiggins Or

- hear delegations from the virlotucounties i i2:!> Any adult responsible for He is"survived by his' wife. Mrs. quarter of 1952. over the preceding' year when receipts Mrs. Mary Mott reared in Atlanta and trained for aid T. Gay, Owen R. Alvarez Jr

3.Iaf"f"ra net'S Gnffis: two stepdaughters totaled 2905326. The increase Clarence W. Thomas. Edward I'
concerning the projectsthey ( the welfare of any child under the the ministry in the Atlanta Chrile -
-. wi .h to have included in the Mrs. Virgie Griffis and The contest was so close that in postal rates and several Melvin and James A. WUliama
of 16
Mrs
who
age years knowinglypermits Marc Mott ;3, longtimresident : tian College. He ia the son of

_ -- .1953 budget such child to use or have Mrs. Ella Prescott. all of Hgb- Keystone lost: with a core of 99 4 other factors. including largeshipments of Brooker. died Satui rDr., Geo. H. Weldon M.D.. of Atr "We have enough applicants .>
by the Big Dad Manufacturing fill the unit if all patheir! examlnations.
o-:4 in his possession such weapon', land: three scna, Elbert B. Gnf per cent indicating that only twc day. Jan. 10, at the home of he; .janta. ,
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B In
Co., accounted for the Capt. Hugh
Woman Club shall be guilty of mideme.inor' sister. :Mrs. Beadie i
members missed meetings during Conerly. n
-% fis. Ft. Lauderdale. and Jeff and ; The new pastor's last charge Junior-unit command
: increase. gram.
-==::; Expresses Thanks :and upon conviction thereof shall' Carson Griffis. of Highland; twc the quarter without making up at I l ala' showed a Gainesville.She before coming here was the Lowell states. "However we are losing
be fine of j! Postal savings )
: punished by not more: brothers Joe and Willie Griffis of some other club Th! Starke Club, ;]I"substantial increase during 1952. is survived by two brother s, Christian Church Carrollton Ga a few men this month .xt-aus* ..t

=: : The Woman's Club of. Starke than $300. or by imprisonment Lawtey; two sisters, Mrs. Cindy however had a perfect 100 Sam Mott. Brooker, and Warn< where he spent 19 months. During employment reasons change '.><
score-
'f for not longer than days. the close of the savir.gr:
:-.:_,: uiihes to thank the following for 30 Griffis Lawtey. and Mrs Alice cent. At year Mott. Hague: and four sister s. his pastorate there the church residence, and enlistment in the

$ :;.,. their donations: to the ChristmasTree Holton. TUusville; 13 grandchildren per 'on deposit at the post office lolaled! Mrs. Rosa Kelly Mrs. Matt i ie advanced from a mission to a regular services. We will have a .,,

_i&1. prize fund: City of Starke. Bank Holiday and six great grandchildren. E. T Martin, president of the ; 265740.00' a $10.194 gain overthe Sowell and Mrs. Olgie Prevail, a d. thriving church in a new bailding.r few vacancies remaining' a' are- ""

Junior Woman's Club. American i Funeral services were held Tuesday Keystone Club visited the Starke December 1951 figure of j of Brooker and Mrs. Conerly < Rev. Weldon and his wife are suit of this Itirnc.verI would suggest ( -

Legion. Rotary Club, BPW Star!.., The Florida Bank at Stark r afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Cub Wednelay and announced Gainesville. residing in the pastor's home on a that interested young men
; $$255,545
M.nor Court, Temple Motel. E! \\lU not be open for business or' Highland Baptist Church. Interment Funeral services were held Su;Christian St. While the new contact peroiuiel at the armory

Rancho Motel, T. H. Slade. Mrs., Monday.: Jan 19. Robert E. Lee'j r was in the Highland Cemetery -' thai his organization is making Cancellations last month totaled day afternoon al 3 o'clock in Eli vj church is tinder construction.lh at an surly Aite for we have good

W B Mundy. Starke CardeiiLhan,I birthday a legal holiday in FIG. under the direction of Wilson plans to entertain the Starke clut i 135.951), as compared with 134.33C;, Chapel near Lake Butler. 'wit services are being held In the ,..u.1to believe that the unit will,

ClUb rid.!. Funeral Home Lake City. at :aa early date cz.wncdbtJons IT. December 1951. Williams Funeral Home of Gaine 3Legion Hill be nUN I. H) authorized Jitren'

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Utev. Established In 1879 Application Mrs. A H. Kelsey and grar.d- 4 BIG I
$2.75 Year 41.50 6 Mo. children DAYS .
Carol n and Tommy of > \ "" '''''' -
Theresa spent Wednesday with
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Mrs. R F. Dyal. ,I JAN. 78, 79, 20, 21
Mrs. Je.ie Chastain '
spent the
AdministrationAll ., wt'ekend,1th relatives at Da OPEN 12 O'CLOCK r
A New >
Next Week
tona. 4 SHOWS DAILY _
I Iant1ty
Miss Jean Parker of Gainesville 12.3-6-9P.M I. C
indications are that the Eisenhower coming Secretary of State Dulles will have spent the weekend at her home a
Administration which will get off to an one of the roughest assignments in the world. here. Miss Parker is a secretaryat 4

auspicious start next Tuesday: will be based "Times will come when the best decision he the University of Florida and
make will the worst decision to has been promoted from the
on two patterns! that of the military, and can seem
that of business. those who don't know all the confidential Speech Department to the officeof Ztrj Ilhhl1T
Dean _
The military phase will be found in the background," Barrett observes "At timeshe Jean from Page.all "Congratulation?
your many Hampton
staff system which the President-elect has could make himself a popular hero by friends Rights Reserved -

begun to establish a* a functioning orKani: m. violently denouncing some recalcitrant foreign Donald Slade spent the weekend JfIJbJ Criee. \i>od Thru s./> 7an _

It i is believed that he will!( be receptive government. But he and his informed with his grandparents M

advice and di tu ,im. Then, once u decision advisersill know this vrouiii)/ only upset and -Urs. W. M. Slade. 152 Gall! Street
reached, he will) exj*-ct it to be carried apple) carts, alienate allies}} and even jeopardize Mrs J D. McCulloch spr.::

out promptly.The peace The Secretary's job is tough at Sunday with her daughter Mi' Slarke
'business (phase is found in the General' Lest. Citizens and Congress can make it Wyhe Williamson and fan.ihMr. 0 Florida
infinitely tougher by going off half-cocked." and Mi>. Vermin Si will insist
promise that he on getting ...
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spent unday in Jaiki!i.\ iilr i iMrs. I ,...
That did make it
full value for each dollar spent whetherit they infinitely tougher .
be in national defense, foreign aid, or else- for Dean Acheson is undeniable. Mr. Barrett nie Meades Slade'-t returned mother home Mi':* Fan wuh MAXWELL HOUSE Vac Pac

where. In the obvious hope of making goodon says, \Ve have seen Dean Acheson so busy them to spend sometime Lb
this promise, General Eisenhower has (put fending off missiles that he often could give Miss Virginia Williamson is ill+ UtL:1 COFFEE F Can 79C

in key jxwitions mostly men who have had to only part time to the problems that are the with the Flu and Sinu- ,

deal with budgets, payrolls, and evermounting real threat to the country." And the ironical Mr. and :Mrs.: Ernie Souther,

taxes men who have had to make part of it was that most of this criticism land of Lake Butler were Sunday b.
in the intensely competitive worldof guests of the Joe t"or--yths and .
their way came from individuals who went off "half
industry. For better or worse, his cabinet cocked" without having even the slightest; the Johnnie Knights. Stokely's Finest CalifPEACHES No Rinse
is almost entirely lacking in men with wide Mrs. Mary C. Piechawski of
knowledge of the complicated factors that III
experience in government. Only one member Acheson's decisions. Mr. Barrett Washington D. C. was a weekend
affected
guest of her sister
Mrs. W.
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McKay of Oregon has held high elective points out that ". as a people we usually Dyal and family, their first meeting SURFLge F
office, and that was on the state and not L'4ci5
forget one elementary point about foreign in 15 years.
the national level. At least, it may be said
policy: by its very nature it deals with those Mr and Mrs. Gerald McLain o'
that the new cabinet members come to their
the direct control Clermont spent the weekend with
which beyond
things are
jobs without the usual political commitments of this his mother Mrs. A. W. McClair. No. 2' Z Can
and exclusive jurisdiction country. Box
and No associations.doubt about it there will be a whole- This means that give and take compromise, and sister. Mrs. H. Warner am'husband. 27C 27 '/ C

Bale turnover in the upper government and prolonged negotiation are necessarily H.Y.. Priester and daughter of

echelons starting January "_O. That won'tbe involved." Palatka spent Sunday with hi? ,,, .
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true on the lower levels, because of Civil Rut even though the Democrats forego/ sister Mrs J. G. Adkins and fami .. .,. \ --- --. -- .J. -, -_'.-.>P--_-..';: -.'."-- "_'_-: ,E
Service there the changes will take place opposition for the sake of opposing, it doesn'tmean ly.
level l Mrs. O'June Ellis and childrer You Can't Bake Wrong With
slowly. Hut on the policy-making the there will) not be criticism: of the newadministration -
decks will be clean amt! start of Georgetown have returned after
swept a new and out. observes 1ft
: in Congress visiting the Adkins families. 69C
made. Washington correspondent Roscoe Drum- KE-RITE 3LbCan
Harry W. Baker, Sr. and S
And what the Democrats in Washington
are "
mond. "There will be. he says, "and it will Yurich
Washington D. C.
doing in the face of all this bloodless were
be all to the good along as it is informedand guests the first of the week of
revolution? For the time being, at least, responsible criticism. At a time whenmost the Wm. Hammonds of Hamptonand OLD SOUTH or BLUE BIRD Fancy Florida
their attitude to he hold fire andgive
to
seem of the press, daily and periodical, and the John Hammonds of Crystal
J General Eisenhower a chance to try his the instruments of government are mannedby Lake. 12 C
olioies out. There will be "no RANGE E J 46Oz 1 181
l opposition the spokesmen of the !same party, it i is: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Saxon of JUICED
jni y
for the sake of the Democratic
opjwsing"\ so important that there should be intelligent Kunnell visited the George and B 95" S
leaders say.Typical respected, and discriminating criticsm.: Good 1 Y. Saxon families over the weekend 'g.-Q-
of this sportsmanlike attitude was criticism will strengthen a good administration. and all were Sunday dinner t II. 0-. TROPICAL Brand
an article published last Sunday by Edward guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene :t;: >o 9, C
W. Uarrett, an Assistant Secretary of State : s.as SSfljl 23
under But in fairness to all before, we P.irt.Mr.. and Mrs. TOMATOES S 2N0.303 1
Dean Acheson. Title of the article: Merle Chapmarand
"Give Dulles A Chance". criticize, let us first be sure we know what children of Tampa are spend :-48illn I'' :I.3.n I.
Mr. Karrett pointed out that as the in- we're talking about. ing sometime with Mr. and !frs, a; .$. s (A
John Blackman. Qij'.o Gr. "A", Dressed & Drawn, Quick-Frozen Young

Stephen Foster Weather Offsets TaxesA Mrs. j. G. Adkins and Mrs E. N .ap3o 49 c
M. Prevail :It! -..
were in Gainesville g. TURKEYS
o(\ I
Stephen Foster's birthday is being observed caller at the Telegraph office Saturdayafternoon Tuesday. .osmrt: 3 i Lb

this week with a series of concerts at the was Gene I Kobinson. new publisher The Hampton Home Demonstration CI>!ltll\if, Z .

beautiful memorial on the banks of the of; the Union County Times. After making a L Club met Tuesday afternoon >m u -. __ ,
Suwannee !th'erlt White Spr ngThc final purchase Mr. Robinson commented that the at the Community Center. Theiproject '0"t< 0r Q' f 7N_. -4 .:. _.:_ : : __ :!". :::_"p'. '__ "

program is scheduled for Sunday afternoonat \ Florida sales tax is somewhat stiffer than was making lamp shades. :0.3'3!!:'3. (11:-4 rii'PO& Wilson's Corn King Fresh Boston Butt

1 :4.> o'clock when an operetta will be Tennessee's, but added that the pleasure of 'YTTTTT.T..TTTTTTTT m .. ." 0

)presented by a Finnish-American group. not having to put up with snow storms more 0 :.; -, 0
More than a million persons have visited than pays for it. After reading about what's "Q"0aoz'a SLICED BACON PORK ROASTLb

this memorial since it was opened a coupleof been happening up that way last week we ."n"o, :It!

years ago. Contributions are still being know what he means. We were glad of the 539.; ...%;
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received for construction of the amphitheatrewhich opportunity to meet the new publisher and $ ".i''[ Lb

is planned to complete the memorial wish him well in neighboring ,Union ('<''Jnty. ; S..;" 0".isPwoc.. :;:: 49C 39C

group and most people who have visited and :: "n.' :,

onjoyetl this lowly spot( will want to have a "Is Florida sinking under the sea?" asks 03 -<- .. ,
part in helping to complete it. the Washington County \ews. Now, editor ,,00[ :'".< -- "- -----'' --."-. --- ''- .- ---":.-
Those of us! in this section of Florida are Sellers, haven't we got enough to worry A..o, "
fortunate to he so near this place where inspiration about, with income tax time at hand, withoutyou p:5-: *!as"! i' .! HORMEL'S 10 to 12 Lb. Whole or Half

both from the beauty of the asking such disconcerting questions n .i n o C
location and the beauty of Fo 1cr's music 2 ,.0 n3ta 3.- SMOKED HAMS u 59
Look Into It.
may be had for the asking. Many from here Kichnrd Simpson new chairman of the ;:rP, ; <"

will doubtless attend the final birthday concert State Koad l Department, says he plans to gc m.it

Sunday afternoon. find out how the big department stores get 11'HFYOU; buy Insurancecon ......-43". 3.n
"' $.' : ". LAND O'SUNSHINE Pure Creamery
their employees to "arrive and leave time"If .
on ider first the quality of 00[ .-. 0..
Bradford County's courthouse now has anew he can just find out the former we'll venture A.o.s(3- ; Pound Carton
look in more ways than one. Not only to predict he'll have very little trouble the company hack of your ; BUT T E R 69C

many new faces in evidence but several with the latter. policy. In insurance: qualitymeans

offices have blossomed out with a new paint :safety and dependability

job --. a pleasing pastel green that is much All battles of the week didn't take placein t insurance through a t3trJ MAR-GOLD Colored QuartersMARGARINE

easier on the eyes than the old! white walls Korea. Two Miami Beach women spotted ('ompanknown for doing the
and Venetian blinds the same parking space at the same instant Lbs
Since the new decor is thins for 39
policy-
square
Result: both hospitalized one scratched e\ery 2
so attrlctiwt' predict that those offices (1
holder.
chest one bitten finger ; two front
that haven't yet received the treatment will teeth knocked out. The cars didn't ollide.hut .

be done over in the near: future.taVVVT.'LaaVvvyv. the women did:ISunday U. S. No. 1 White

... I Those visiting Mr, and Mrs. M I J JJ I with Mrs Cunningham chug H. C. WALLAGENCY H 0 POTATOES S 1 10 Lbs 49C
PINE KUlul
LEVEL McRae Sunday at their home ter. Mrs. T. L. Easterly

on Crumby Lake were the IJ. M. i j jMcltaes I .\ banquet honoring the \oung (1eJO
Mr,, Mr and Mrs. Arthur MeRae. 1
to II. :\1. :MrK.iiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.- ] people of the Community will beheld _
the H. M McRaes.. Mr. and i at the Keystone HeightWomans Phone 116 --'-_ ----_-:"': !- ::';-.I -,'_, __ "
:Mrs ,\. F. Hall of Jacksonvilleand I'
Kevv E. Hall filled his regular Mr. and :Mrs. Jesse Newsomeand I Club Jan 16 at 7 p. m 200 E:. Call Street Florida Pascal Texas Green Top

apiHuntnu at the Pine Level mother of Starke. by the Harnette Kelley Sundax L Clarke tfo

tapth.t church Sunday morning Little hkie, son of Mr. and School class of the Fuss Baptist CELERYStalks CARROTSBunches
with only 163. in Sunday svhool Mrs. Robert Starting. was badly! Church. Kest.e a u a uu J
due to tol much sickness In our hurt Monday when he fell from a :

,'ommumty Rro Alton Dobbs of chair while playing in the honk Ah..".......t 4 FC
Starke" brought the message Sunday room of their home here He war 2 1 4 flC

night One member was added taken to the doctor and seven': From where I sit... iy Joe Marsh ad g J
to the church at the
evening service. stitches had to be taken m h-
throatWe T J" iJ'FLORIDA'S '\

Mrs Clyde Johnson of (;sire-- aie soirto report !!h.e '
',Ilt"35 ,if Mr Wirnu1 ', *, ) "
\ visiting relatives here "t-Sv : ( i \ > i-
Sunday afternoon also visited! her been: v 1 r\ -,> k >r iv-v'<,!.,' :'tx- Pretty "Foxy" TerrierTalking PRESCRIPTION FOR WINTER HEALTH!
'inrle and aunt, M- and Mrs M
.1 McKae We are glad to report ........................ FLORIDA ORANGES 5 Lb Bag :23C

, that Mr McKae i j.. much Improved about dogs the other hi? fishing rod. He went outside
\ after a brief %illness at his home LAKE GENEVA night-and Sandy Johnson topped and there was Boscum- !iiggiog
.'n Crosby Lake. everything:: off with a tall story like for FLORIDA
crazy uo rms.sabout !
We are to the illiess b 1U.lIII'ht' ( hU fox terrier, "Bos um." Lb Bag
sorry report > unmngh.tiuAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA From here I sit. a dog that FLORIDA
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GRAPEFRUIT
]ia6 of little Paul Faulkner. Jr AccorJIr.gr to Sandy, "Comes can outguess humans is as rare
Faulknet bird season and that dog won'tstir as a human that can
-"r. .. :Mrs Ray Fors>the has received if I take down my n He. Same other humans. For instance".outguess, I THEATRE
1*wis. has also been sick. We WUB word i'i the deaths of her mother if it's deer season and I go for like a glass of beer
with
lunch Lbs
them a speedy recovery- Mrs Jane Gordon, and her sister ray thoignu-he won't move,but but I wouldn't think of FLORIDA TANGERINES 3 2SC
Mr and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were Mrs J Butler. in Ohio Both passed he's scratching at the door if I so >ou one without first pouring a"kin?. CHILDREN All Day 25c:
-: visiting Mr Lewis' sister MrsOphelia away Sunday morning Jan. 11 much as look at my r i..ei.4! Everbody: has pref,rences-and All Tax Imludrd
!:: Moor, and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Porsythe and husband spent Onto day, Sandy decided to: fool it's finding out "hat they are and STUDENTS All Day 50c
r.tshop Thomas and fanraly at two weeks with them in December him. He took down both his shotrespecting them that keeps free All Tax Included LIBBY Frozen Orange Juice 7 Cans Your Choice!
Broker Monday of last week. Due to bad weather eondl'ions in l gwa and his rife and swish, dom from "goinir to the dogs. ADULTS To 6 P.M. 50c
e"' Mr and Mrs. A. F. Hall and the North they will be unable tc I BOSCUSJ was on his way!So Sandy All Tax IndudnlAOl"LTS
Unul' of Jacksonville: spent :Saturday attend the funerals put the gins back and took out Q 17 After 6 P.M. .ScACEHl Grapefruit Juice 10 Cans 99

night with the H. M. MeRaes Mrs B Cwu ngtam. Mrs V. O'-.e 'Hf..t.tJ.i. All Tat Included ,
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Band ParentsThank Star In Cirrus RorranccWciii' ( -: ,.1'e-t ;t: Aug'u t Lac tr. :i r.d: ".\.I.%: \< .:
Thomas. returned home la.t seek 1Lt. "..r.J ,', ..rt and ., -
Public }va are ra.i.i.rtd :,> sere a. !
HEILBRONNb from a holiday visit With their: ;
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grandparents. Rev and Mrs C For --- i,;..ni ,.n the Iintiff: ; v: .. ,
A Crusby of Linden, Fla Cooperation VI I MMK OITUi: l'Pl't.IE'" T Knnn U. n l-.i-n. Sta kVT .
Marian NortnanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Grace G. Hip ham TIIK and ':'"* tht' <>r>K* -.1! !*< ", .If .
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sirs'
Eddy Douglas, young son of Mrs Hogan Smith a:- : M" trirt.illl .h rvrk?, .f (ki t-r>-\ ..;.
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOierturM'Arkrr Mr and Mrs Howard Douglas, is. Frank Landrum co-chaiTreTi nI \ t: TO \ITK\U 19bt. s>ti'nt'.f ofat. .s .
Mr and Mrs. M. L. Holcomb of 'Upending a few days with luf |i iI I i the Band Parents Assn mm>' *< ptt +-", '01'I.t *fha.ttrl BM Ilrid. ( rd OuBl}. fes5td".i'd l'a by, p.Yl'U... "! ss :_ .es: .,_ ..

Delaware spent moat of last week Miss Shirley Parker, daughter I grandparent !lr. and Mrs C. J >I l i: tee that raided funds to -..nd the \t-. TU,n'.ff. I. This Ih'U"to.1! b# rulI. ,' -*.
of Mr. and Mr*. L. L. Parker of !, Strickland in La Crosse. :. band to Tallahassee to take par Mi .-f. I-rjj4R'.. 'noe sash .et-k for ,f.'uronv.. ., .
visiting the Ancel Norman a c Ni 9jn1 Krrkv in thr Ira.ff.: -J '\>wn \ .
lirooker. became the bride of Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller, of I, in the inaugural parade WISh "' N I.. \ffrmr graph
Mr and )du, Bill Green and thank all ',1...1.! .*.r'f: Uh'C Pairtl thl' i3 'ii\ i-f P"r
Overturf son of the late Mr Gainesville were weekend \isi- t\;I I citizens and busmen d! '. .
.t".t! 1 : W' u9 IQ! >
family spent Saturday night and and airs V. W. Overturf of St. 'I tors at the home of Mane's moth- i i i iI I II I' men who so generouslY. "mut ibui .., .'l'. :.> fid tta a ''l'FICL'l1.1 A. J Th.'mai .

Sunday in Jacksonville visitingMr Lc u ., Mo. in a ceremony per. er. Mrs. Lottie Edwards. 'j i.I ted to this fund. V I.. .. '!T, rk.'.. (..Kv ih. TVTMI'W i'Tn: t. "vTV .

Green' father who ix ill. formed on Tuesday, Dec. 30. in I Mr and Mrs Reddish Andrew?"I II i Mrs. Smith stated that < ..operation ..F s 2 I.-

Mn.. F. W. Johnson and family Folkston. Ga Judge Cecil Con. I of New River attended church |;, on the part of the pubi.- way _

of Waldo were supper guests of i ncr officiated at the service, which Cervices here Sunday night. We :| splendid and that man others /AT
Mr and Mrs. Ancel Norman Wednesday !I would have been LAST
to oontr-buu .
wax held in his home. also had quite a number of visi1 glad : I -
night. The bride shone for her wed 1 tors from Bayless Hiway Church'!i but "we stopped soliciting whei : r'
Fred Johnson was Saturday ding a lovely white gabardine 1 Sunday morning. '!i we got enough mone>." She ;ta j% ( :f DRY CLEANING THAT

night of i I Ii led. however, that those wh were
guest Mr and Mr* AnuUUU. suit with blue accessories
navy
..A..A..A Her outfit was complimented by j I Mike.!rs.and Joyce Pat, Caatlen of Owensboro and sons Ky. i'! missed will be given an opport, unity IF .1 : r- ._ 1'-. GETS OUT MORE DIRT!
to show their interest )ii the
an orchid corsage were recent visitors at her par- ,: a. ..rte
band by assisting it at SOm. or net i.i
The attendants the '
only were ent's home, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1..1] .
GASOlinE "GOS5IP"By bride's parents.Mrs Atkinson. I time. ,* \IkL.VT743;
Overturf attended school i I Those who contributed t.. toe
Mr. and Mrs Arlie Sumner and: sBery \
Brooker and Starke. : Tallahassee trip fund were Oibr-
in (|I :.
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"Shorty"h <1/ .
Mr Overturf attended school! I son, Danny, of Jacksonville, were Construction Co., F. F. Stump .. : ,

in St Inuit! and served three Sunday visitors at the home of Carl Johns S. E. Simmons. Char '. cs'I ""

years in the Army Air Corps, and I Mr and Mrs L. A. Mott. J, ley E. Johns. P. D. Reddish Phi! V J"'V" ( I"" : \

>; il presently employed by Southern Rev L. M. Laten evangelist I, Vitsky. Noegel Bros., J. M Edwards. '

1 Dairies! of Columbia. Tenn., is conducting j j Dr. Pete Felos, E. J Dow

The couple are at home at 52: the Revival services at the Brook ling Jr. M. F. Hazen, Marie Carter \ \AY \) -

W St. Johns, in Lake City. er Baptist Church. Rev Karnes i Ovid Lewis J. H. duPre. L 0 .
Birthday Dinner is also present with his guitar and j Hazen, Sam Ro nberg, Irvin Rob Hutton AS a d-ire.le\il aenalisi and (harlton llrston. a" / SAN10NEI \

A birthday dinner was given In song The services will continue bins, Robert Green. T. A. Yawn the circus boss, form a romantic team in The drratest 'huun .I GU R"lInlSfin'

honor of W K Jerrell and Dewey until the 21st so won't you try;,) Doyle E. Conner W. D. Owens Karth": coming to the Florida Theatre undaj through llelne.da). I l SlR'lICl

Murrhee at the home of Mr and to come out? :. Hogan Smith. T. C. Crawford, K. U

_1 .. Mm W B. Jtrr..11In Graham. Mrs Everett Gair.ey and Mrs.,I G Duncan, Ed Torode Vasco Ha Rites In MontanaFor Living Costs S :ti t\.OlOU9 Is (1'0"9'

"Are you sure it uon'l leave The guests included Mrs. Elizabeth Howard Wait enjoyed a "day off" zen Harry Houston, Jack Trawick Kathrine ,
Scruggs ;
Drop SlightlyI &t"9
a SCAH Jerrell. Mr and Mrs VirgilR m Starke Thursday. Joe Starling. Barksdale's Vases

I ___._______......_. Jerrell. Virgil Jr. and Cheri, of "The rains were certainly a I| Forsyth L. A. Canova. A. J. Gra\'e.jd.. rites wert'ondUd" I The consumers' price index t a \ No Ciders ,

You can't be too particular to JaiksonviIIe! Mr and Mrs. G P. most welcomed thing by the \01'1 Thomas Jr. Ronme-Donnie E. on Wednesday Jan i. in the For dropped for the second straight ,- .. MlnolCOMl'lff. M.ndi"9 Fr '
nf Gainesville! Mrs DolheBurnsed. H. Smith L. D. Green, Jimmy
Floyd fireman They answerec1 I estvale Cemetery. Helena :Mont month with costs down 01
cult ui, btx-aute we take pride urteer Sarah living t ', t SATISfACTION
and !Moore J. W Andrew t ,; (
la our pl'r'IoOnallud' M-nke and Mrs. Mary Bryan four calls this week The WaitF'I'eally for Kathnne Louise Scruggs! per cent during the month ending ADDED COST
E. Lawson Leila Mundv AT NO
Steve Jerrell, all of Graham. Lawson' ,
had a ware Wednesday ) four-moiiths-old daughter of Mr Oct. 15. according to the National!
prcmlurn products Mrs! C. L Atkinson, and daugh Duck>"'3. Priest's Store E L Matthews
afternOOn when a spark from aj i and Mrs: W M Scruggs, Jr. ol F Industrial Conference Board.
""TTT..Y1'1'1'1'1'.TTTTTT ters. Mrs! Hean LewK[ and Mrs. into their D. R. Devrick. Lon.tt'sGuidon ,
Starke
trash barrell blew over j II and Monticello Dr. GporgES. Decreases in food, clothing andhoust'urnl..hlngs
Bull-
Mike and Grill. Western Auto.
Joyce Castlen and sons, woodpile. Thanks to the coopera Morrell of St Paul's Methodisl r
LIBBY Pat. were recent visitors in Au- j ington Studio. Starke Taxi. Mrs T. pushed the
lion of our fire department, nc Church officiated at the service
burndale. F. Landrum, Dewey William Board index down despite increases -
!serious damage was done The The infant was born on Sept
Gumn and Wayne Thomas I The band made a fine appearance in the housing, fuel and
Sales & Service other three fires were caused by 6th. 1952 in Helena Mont and i i.
in the parade and everyone
burning bm>h. and no damage war sunned bv her parents two sisters sundries components .
eel NOrman. it tc '
who had a part in sending 04
1UUAUUVLLUUUUI Miss Ross met with Ann Marie and Kenney Lee, The purchasing value of the con-
Dorothy done.Mr. Tallahao;see should be proud. Mrs.
Kaiser Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP the MI girls last Friday She and Mrs Robert Hiers and Smith said.Adding and her paternal grandparents sum rs' dollar was 5.>.1 cents in STARKEDRY

taught the younger memberssome daughteii! Nancy and Linda ofj I -- Mr. and Mrs W M Scruggs ol f October, as compared with the I

simple steps in sewing. She Jacksonville were recent visitor i Monticello. January 1939 dollar, which is taken -

Temple Ave. Ph. 32'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTl will meet with the MI girls the at the Junior Bighams. I'm sure typewriters whine sold on* ant time.I'ortahU-Bra.1- :Mr Srrugg i> on a \ear's leave as the basic 100 cents dollar. CLEANERS & LAUNDRY

I 23rd of this month.SPECIAL. their Brooker friends will be gladto !ord County Telegraph. of absence from the faculty ol f' The co.t of food was reportedd'mwn PHONK 28-J
hear that this wonderful familv Bradford High School in Starke 1.6 per tent from the al'\ STAUKE FLA.THE .

is planning to call Gainesvillehome

and hope to be titled by I

the latter part of this month.
I i\\ Little Ken Miller of Gainesville! /weatthta6tk egzaIoit/

of his grandmother .
i hail teen the guest
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-COCKTAIL TABLE 1-TAIILfc i.J\:\11'2tNU and son-m-law and daughter!,: MrI .
TABLES I I I and Mrs. Leon Ellington were dinner -

SMOKER 1_ < AI11 PICTURE guests; of Mrs Rivers' brother

fNIeee/NNI NNNeNPINeePeNee-N Morns Kelley of Jacksonville! .

A Complete Living Room by Day. A Hedroom Sunday Mr and Mrs A..T. Andrew /6l7rWodkezt/ / 1 / T

biight.. i.f Hastings spent the weekenda
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illt Mrs Andrews' p.'ut'ntsr.. BEL AIR SERIES '

1.L. :and l Mrs II. M \Vahn.Sunday .
guests: of Mr and Mrs to be compared only with

P O Stalling:: were Mrs France higher-priced cars! 2 rri
limes of Trenton Xi.-s Deliaosteen

( and baby of High Springs. The new Bel Air Series is so distinctive

I Willanl Hines and Mr and Mrs so rich in appointments uf .. ?t (

a Bm.-e of High Springs::! it is truly a new kind of Chevro -:.-. r ?

tl'rf Mi : Lizzie Hines of Trenton let. Four new Bel Air models-the --=f -
tilled( to the bedside of her
-.. iv> 4-Door Sedan,:2-Door Sedan,Conertible. ,,,,,,, t -?_- -
son Lunme who is ill with heart
\' Sport Coupe-create a ,
',',)ubl.> He seemed to be some
better at this writing. wonderful new class of cars. An tnlutly' n,w kind .l CKtvroItl! In on tnlirvly IItW (Add ell Hi ewr

Leon Wynn is a patient in the

I r Doctors Clinic Hospital with a N.t.nnl

broken Leslie leg Starling:: :: of Miami visited 5-trt go// ;flEW/

Similar to AlnnePicture grandmother: MondayMr :

Flake Wat-on spent last \
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try from her job at the Farm Colony I
sensational advances from
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\ .' dcrlul features never before available in the low- optional at extra cost. :
f" t\tO e rS I $1 0.75 : pri.e field. Choose high ... 111 J i the new 115-h.p. "Blue.flame"engme teamed with in the low-price field. And it's your at towcv E
522 new Powerghde* for the finest automatic driving. cost, for the 1953 Chevrolet is the lowest priced
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I H J Masters Circle I Underbill l Home Miss Sue Maguire Mrs. Perry I

Met Last Week ion
Scene Of ShowerMrs To Wed In
: April Is LDCHo.te.s5

I e The Huen Masters circle of the Pal

1 I, Baptist W M V met at the homeof a delightful Underbill entertainedat Mr aid Mrs Phhp F 11a.gU1T' The W T Reeks ebaatr, : .
i miscellaneousshower of I
iI I a Mrs Ewell Lawson Tuesday Saturday Washington P C announcethe D C met in the home of the -
;i'r.
I evening honoring
afternoon of last week Mrs Jenell Alvarez D1l1.Arra.1gernents engagement of their daugh id nt. Mrs. E. K. Perryman. U- '
ter, Sue
Booty Sylvia They devotional was given by of blue Iris and :. Keel' Clifford Darby Magutre to John 'nesdsy afternon. Jan. 7. for th, .
of
Mrsjuy Lee The son the late '' regular
program topic yellow cJrysanthemums mOD'hI)' meeting
Phone 35Voman's wereplaced Dr. and Mrs
John S. I
Clifford of
of
wa'Bell* Belladeana" I
and
at After
points of interest in the' Charlotte N. C routine business Mr :.
those taking part on the program living room and and Rochester A. Davis made
dining with a
room .V Y. The I"rt)1 t tN
May were Mrs A. J. Thomas and Mrs. an aru tic Bedding will take luncheon
arrangement centering j: ; given by the
Ouptt
place in :
\ Club .Presbyterian Men YtY 1. N Pickering Mrs. E C. Priest the" refreshment table. ', Apnl 1 for the District
v.1 meeting held "
I closed with prayeMrs.. F. B. Games Miss Maguire is the granddaughter Dec > \
To were
Hears ProgramOn Meet Wednesday played during the :i of the late Mr and Mrs. 'i 3. 1852 The annual budget t
Beard circle leader. presided over evening and prize+ were .. was acted .
won by '
upon as follows
A. M : ::110Xorm.tn -
For Darby of
Health Weds Starke
She
Public i Dinner-Program the business session. Community Mrs. Underhill. Mrs. Vemestine attended V \
( ; RanUolf '
ii j the Fund tt
I I missions for the month is lunch Reddish and Mrs Griffis : University ot Genevain Home and 1
Jack Tr,wlck. County Sam- Dr. Stephen T Harvin will be D Switzerland and Smith College Foreign Libraru's-J':
Jhe for school child. White ,
and Southern
a pink cakes were served Literatim
tartan, from the Bradford County guest speaker at the Presbyterian I receiving her BA degree from $:; Judah r
i( The hostess served refreshment: by the hostess and punch was | Benjamin
Health! Department, addressed the Men's! Club, at its dinne'r-program Robert George Washington UmversitvMr Memorial-J2. Stonewall::
assisted by Mrs. Ernest Mr '
poured
Phillip by Mary N'orman Jackson
Woman' Club at Its January,I I meeting Wednesday. Jan. 21, at Y Clifford is a graduate of Yale HtghwayS23 and Hea i
during tile social hour The honoree i ''
meetingVednt day afternoon at: 7 p. m. The meeting will be held i '4 I was the recipientof : University and received his Bachelor quarters Building .n Richmond)
many !lovely and useful I Va
gifts : which
the clubhouse. He was Introducedby in the education building -of the of Laws decree at Georgetown u a Memorial to Sou-* ,

Mr*. Kusseli Norman, Health,,1'Starke Presbyterian Chunrh. The 1, Cox pt Legion Auxiliary from the 25 guests. UniversityHe is an attorney in era Women. JSO Mrs L. ADa,.,<

Assisting Mrs Underhill in serving ,, acted as
chairman. ; secretary in the
program |I program has been arranged by a the Office of Chief Counsel for the absenceof
Mr, Trawlck talked on hook : The American Legion Auxiliary.Post were Mrs Hazel Alvarez Mrs! Bureau Mrs J B. Cottroll Mrs Dais
: committee headed by Dr. R D. I of Internal Revenue ir
Verne I
luch casts are 1[ 56. will meet Tuesday 'Une Reddish! and Mrs incited the
worm and how : Hamilton and Judge Alex! Yawn evening .' Washington Chapter to hold the
In the local)'i Jan 20 8 Mary N'orman.Church February
being eliminated at o'clock in the meeting which will kx-
,i and including Prof Ed Sprow H I
I
*:hoola by the Health department l k j Legion Hall I the annual dues paying
I'jB.: Peyton, Ellery Davis, Richard! 1 ,rtt PTA Meeting meetingat
!
At the conclutlon: of hit talk. Mr. Supper I her home on the afternoon
Kuhn, Charles Shepherd, Loui y balloon rose to I

Trawick members passed present out on "Flirod books Health to the I 1 Dean, Bob Chapman, and Sam MeGarvey. I .I, s : stayed there it the was car then top that and Members of St Mark's Epis Set For TuesdayThe the Uh The program for the at-

I ternoon will be
Notts" put out by the State Hoard, I we read your name and addres copal! church held a covered dish J>art'ntTt'achtrssol.'ia. i on Sidney I.amrr

of Health. i The visiting speaker is pastorof over again and it dawned on us supper in the Parish House tion of Bradford j I The Chapter was delighted t.
( High School
of beautiful -.inipli- the ushers will
most beauti A wedding were Frank Brown and
of the ,
: newer
frl. C H. Nasworthy, president' one that it was from a station in Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock. hold! its regular monthly! have Mrs C F Saytes of Mia
the First Tracey Jones t meeting
ful Jacksonville churches, the city was performed in
fU"lded over the business meeting -: Florida! instead of one near home. After the supper which was in in the school! cafeteria as a guest on this occasion
Southside Presby Christian church of Hampton on Mrs. May, mother ,if the bnde, next Tu-
)Ira. 1... P. Dinkins acted asj' Cram-designed I Since it was filled with gas instead charge of Mrs Ben Rowland. additional 'day evening Jan I
20. the
terian. Under his leadership the Sunday afternoon, Jan.t., att wore a gown of gun-metal gray I at 7'30: p.m During social hour, the ht
secretary-treasurer la the abbenc*] I of air. we figured it mustha'e officers for the church 1 An interesting
when Mildred Sylvia Ma> with orchid ; pn'granhas been teA assisted
Southside congregation has growl o'clock, accessories and a I by her .Ish-r. M..rSayles -
of both. Members were asked to;, been inflated before it left were elected. arranged and all
to its large membership I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude 'shoulder corsage of white gar parents and i ser -ed
tea
the fiscal present I and rrfre :
pay up their dues aj I I your city and thought perhap teachers' are invited to atttnd.rrangemenl'l I > i-
became the bride of denias. :
Lucian May,
Mrs. Marion: and the present Church plant ments.
year is about ended. 'y'ou could offer some' suggestion .\ have
also ar i Charles Robert Cox youngest son Mr Cox. the groom's mother Presbyterian olnen been made:
volunteers built. Dr. Harvin serves ::
for "
Howe U requesting as to how it got here. TheBroadways to care for children r
Chamber of Corninert -' chairman of the esbytery's committee I of :11'. and Mrs. G. C. Cox. Thf was attired in pearl gray, with I I over five years I
to work In the '!i say they can't help out Circle one of the PresbyterianWomen :lot |Addresses Of
office the week of on "The Pastor and Hit I Rev John G. Childress, pastor of black accessories and also! wore a'' :'| age! in the library where the I Interest
e during 'in that but
respect they are of the Church met Tues '
I the church officiated at the impressive of white gardenias. I j will enjoy a story hour. Ii
while she will Work" corsage 1 I i 1
Keb. 3 to 14 preside i J.
Austin .
I sending Mrs. Knight a nice box of day evening at the home of Mrs Ii Bell Flor 'n e, K*
Fair The Men's Club i Is double-ring ceremony Mrs H D. May, grandmother of i I I
over the Bradford County exhibit Presbyterian Florida fruit for her interest in... K. G. Duncan, leader. Mrs Evelyn I I Ii i Mrs O H Thompson (,
at the State Fair Mrs. W. H.'| adopting the men's program developed assisted by Rev. Fred S. Dodd of the bride, wore an all black tailored ,, I!i WSCS Notice JUartt'I"
writing them about the fast Cooper chairman. 27" Main Post. Ft Bract N **
:
N'ollman has volunteered as chairman -< In recent years by the Assembly Keystone Heights. suit and her corsage was ot program :;

for workers during those two' Committee on men's workof Palm fronds and potted greenery pink carnations moving balloon I gave the aevotion and the Stor\ ,;I The Methodist W S r S biiM i j' Ensign R .T Fowler' l'S>

weeks and anyone wishing to putt I the Presbyterian Church, U formed the background of the '' A program: of prenuptial music j:''| Well seems to be all for of Paul". I 1'ness and program meeting will beheld 'I O Tarawa=N" C Y"rk"I" V 10\ .>n> Kl i. .-t I I'
\
in time there, please contact her.1 S. In addition to members and chancel l with a petal pink arrangement and the traditional wedding now Seeou in the next The hostess served delicious re 1: in the Methodist ihui!.h \

Mrs N worthy announced that, guests of the local Church, invitations of candelabra, and a deeper marches were played by Ton I riaxt.-n) Matte.u": >o I.I I I.
Carolyn freshments the -.orial hour '
during Monda\
I ttteinoon
3:i '
i' !lo k 1st.
o ,
< < I llarlurge,1 T""
the club will have in the Dr. also
a car are being sent to other pink motif of floral designs Gonzales of Starke. who accompanied

Middleton parade on Jan. 29th. laymen who are members of ir :Miss Norma Sweenev -
: The bride who was given v
Mrs. Everett Prefk-ott and Mrs J Churches not having local con as she sang "Oh Promise Me tnt*
new1members 1 marriage;: by her father, was attractive -
K;, Hildrbran were vottrd as gregations. Men who have not already "I Love You Truly".
of white
in a fitted gown :
of the club. | their intentionto Following the ceremonv ,t >e

At the February meeting Mrs attend registered the dinner meeting are slipper satin, Chantilly lace and ception was held at the lIallllll'llI
A. A. will be program'' n>'lon. She' carried a white prayer S'
KartsonH Hall where Mi J L Food
Cession
asked to call Guy Andrews, Community
blossom shower
book with
chairman "International Relations. orange .at A&PI!
on 1 I
." Clerk! before Jan. 21. 1,i: spray, centered with an orchid Anderson of Starke and Mrs! G th P
assisted in
club Wadsworth serving
The following men's! members !!
During the social hour delight- | Her finger tip veil held in placewith to extend
to the committee guests who gathered:
were assigned i :
ful! refreshments were served by i j: A Juliette cap was sprinkled
on dmner-and-refreshmenta: : I I their best wishes to the newly Come Save with Jane Porker
the'valley.
lilies of
the hostesses: Mrs. George Flynn with the
Ralph! Yarbray, K. G. Duncan, E. wedded pair Serving: at ,
batman, Mrs Ituby L. Collins, Mrs. Betty Home May sister Charlef Mild and MillowEIGHT
C. Harden, Wm. T. Jackson C. A. punch bowls wen'Irs.
Mrs 1. 1) Haines, Mrs L. S, Hut- in-law of the bride, was matron of Gnann Pi
Knight Ben Holtzendorf, Sr., Hicks, Misses Florence
to. Miss Clara Leaman and
Mrs. honor and wore a pink mist taffeta Parker O'CLOCK I'i j
S. Ruth Siblev.. Helen Jean
T.
She llie Hal! i John Mixon, Rudy Sink
gown with overskirt of net A'ikin- s _
Williams, and Dr. It P Stubbins. Doris Parker Louise .
141.
She cariied. a ring frame with Connie 39c
The committee js planning the Barbara Matchett and IAO3lb.lattl.3i n
5th Grade 4-H Club cerise tinted orchid and matching
of Sweeney.
dinner with the cooperation :
I I carnations sprinkled u-h|; starJusti Keeping the bride's book was
the Women's Circles.
Presbyterian
The Four-H club girls of the c4k4 .
i The bridesmaids wprt'lii\? the ,
: Also! of interest to the Men'sClub i Miss Joan Sweeney, cousin of Y
fifth grade had their first meeting Hinson and Miss Lucille '
Peggy
white Rich
A full
is the announcement that"Laymt'n's j bride. The large pink and y ; -ttodi.d
of the year on January 5. The Hall who attired in
i were gown with a
topped
cake
meeting was called to order by I Emphasis" will be observed lof cafe au lait taffeta and net wedding was and Jjl D O RID CiRCLE
Miss Dorothy Rags, the Home : again on Jan. 25, at the miniature bride and groom: Come See At A & Plona
with gold accessories.
morning worship service. I greanl1 :: was cut and served by Miss Edna
Demonstration Agent. i i
They carried heart shaped frame Silver !.
i of Philadelphia
F.ayre 79c
The girls received their record''I ; of tinted rust and gold mums! May compotes held dainty: mint? Yellow Cling i y c ,f eAC
books and were shown how to use WSCS Circles
3.Ib.
i with an orchid center and matching nuts. log $1.31
them Some of the girls are start. and Sliced Halves
or .
[Met Last Week streamers. After spending some time wit c
to make
ing
aprons for their project I j i I Little Sylvia Ann Dodd! voting- their J:11t'sts.Ir.: and Mrs Cox 1 Vigorous and WintyBOKAR

Phillips Mary Noeg led l the and MargaretAnn of i IThe I I Methodist \\'. S. C. S circles '1 est daughter of Mr and Mrs. Fred left for Pt Augustine and point' PEACHESNo.2'i E E S y a,

group
girls in singing. The meetingwas 1 held their January meeting i Dodd was the dainty flower pill of interest on the East Coast n fit; .

Monday and Tuesday of last week I who wore an ankle length dress of Mrs. Cox chose a1* her travelme

cloned with a tOng Day I is Circle 1 met Tuesday morningat i of net and blue suit wit'
Done". I a delicate shade! green: attire a powder Con nrc SAG 81'
I the home of Mrs. H. H. Adam taffeta with pink net headdressi accessories with a white
I pink
Linda Kay Sale, Secretary I!with Mrs. T. H Slade as cohostess. i i She carried a small white wicker | Stardust studded orchid on hn IJ R 3-lb./ tag $2.37

Mrs. Charles Darby had charge of : basket with pink rose petals The shoulder. *

Altar SocietyThe the 1 and 1 will Irk: -' ----- '---,,,,--- Prices In
I program. matron of honor bridesmaid Mr and! Mrs Cox ----------- This Ad Effective Thru Sat., Jan. 17th.

Circle 2 met Monday afternoorin wore matching bandeaux on their their home in Hampton whilf I Mr Pickle Patch Sweet Mixed _

St t Edwards Altar Societywill the educational building with hair avid! net mittens. Cox i is employed at the <'iav!

give a covered dish dinner I PICKLES Large Jar Allgood Sliced Breakfast
Mrs J. H. Field as hostess. Aftera Mr Cox had as his! host man Flei'ttio Poop.'rative in K vMnn 25 NTTLEY
Saturday evening at 7 o'clock in
I short business meeting held b\ his nephew, Charley HH(. .K.m'l\ lit'fight
the recreation hal!. Admission k'i Mrs. J. H Hitch, chairman, Mrs Lb

';' w fur adults and Me for chil- !>i I T. J Griffin gave the devotional i I It 1 Sunnj'field Long rain; OLE19C BACON 49C

dram plus a covered dish. 1 I I I onew Year Opportunities". Lbs t

with RICE 1 2 29 ,_,.
i, closing prayerTwo .___#" ,,_________,__,_,______ _____.
Starke Musicale interesting articles taker I 1ONAFLOUR:

from the World Outlook \\erf I Quick Frozen Chicken
II
The Starke Musicaleill me*tTueVuy given by Miss Kate Struth am! I Mallard Plain or S. H.

afternoon Jan 20 tht'W01l11n's 'IrQ.1..,. "...v.,,,.g an Blch3rde. Lbs
.: in Delightful refreshments wer.serecl Thea\ Nil=" news. i- gnodnews \ out. then -> FLOUR 5 49C 25 Lbs $1-55 Lb
!
Club at 4 o -lo< k G.ZlARDS 25C
,
: by Mrs. Fields, assisted bv but how (ian we write this tother day:

Miss St nith, to the ten memberspresent. column without it' hiuentbeen Gerry Gibson: telebi.Ue-1! :',- Corned Beef "-
Libby
I able to dig up anything ..t.irt 13th birthday anm\et>.ai\! ;.is* CRESCENT CITY .',--".,,--,,------,---,--.--------.

DAf1C { flIe3 met with Mrs W. 11.1 ling this week however I did! Friday afternoon with a Muai1' HASH Lb Can 29

Nollman Monday afternoon Jan learn an easy wayto take the party for S of his school l ))1,1:1., ; COFFEELb Super Right Fancy Thin Sliced

STARKE FLA 5 The business session was conducted afternoon off when you go out they played games w ith i p.rI.: -

by the leader Mrs. AWtHHl to lunch close the door of the during the afternoon and .-. <-u, Ann I'ajjeKETCHUP14 59C Lb rnc

Fri. S.t. Jan. 16. 17DOUHLE 1 A missionary program wa shop With( snap lock, of course\ served delicious refreshment Oz Bottle 17C- B A CON
'
Hear that Wile\ Coley and. I P. al-
given bv five members on Cuba. leaving the ke> in the cash register :

FEATURE; Hawaii and Africa. Mrs. Wood! that wax you can't get back Andrews will soon be sa\ lll' _". ,d ANN I I'AE( ;
,
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gave the devotional! on "The- Importance I in that's what Dot Sale did bye to Call Street Ti.:. '\'e N H t' Premium Pork & Beans "r"T ;

MARA MARU of Morning Prayer". :Monday and hear she cooled her signed on the dptted 1 lie. \ ith Lb Pkg C Lb Can Copeland s Famous Pork Smoked

Refreshments were served- by I heels in Dahmer's browsing thru the Marine Corps and will v>- "MM SALTINES 21 10C

\\ Itlt Krr.'I: Hum and Ruth the hostess I II I books until husband Guy showedup for Parris land.! como next Urii Lb

Raman the latter part of the afternoon nesday: Take a tip fn.'> T M 1 .'_'4 SAUSAGE Bag A9CM

AM U I Hamburger Fry I with a duplicate key Sladene'er- get sick 01 1. 1 h. AfiAK TASTYLuncheon &

1 find Betty Ann Phillips secretarying day of the annual Char." .r.

BORDER For Linda Kav. Sale I in Alex Yawn' office Commerce election se. :Z'" ru' t Meate------_,eeeeeee__,__,____._.#,_,.

i Sheriff P. D. Reddish. H. K Tyu was home in bed and tou.di' : 12 oz 33C
1 Copeland's Famous P Pork Smkd
Mr and Mrs Guy H. Sale entertained
BADMEN I
Doyle Conner and Everett McKinney defend himself, so theyi;:' ': '! Hard Firm can
at a delightful! hamburgerfry
\\lth Buster ('rAWif'I : attended the Sheriff's con elected him president!

,Mv (\irtoon and Chapter 14 Friday night. Jan. 9. honoring I vention West Palm Beach Tues Ruth and Frank Broad'.,. '.a,', TOMATOES Lb 19C SAUSAGE Lb Pkg f flCIIITE
I their daughter. Linda Kay, \ hri \\ HOISEEvaporated
Serial I \ day and Wednesday a nice surprise when they t>', ,. .-

i i was. celebrating! her eleventh birth. Getting to be a regular community a letter from Mrs Earl K-._ :

Sun., Mon.. Tues. I, tilt). out on the new Blandmg Rt.t.. Findlay Ohio statu f :..,: Fresh PascalCELERY MILK .-,-,--,______,_______,_,____________

Appropriate games were played! hiway with the foundations being one of the orarge-colorr,: .. i-" Stalks

Jan. IS, 19, 20 and Kay Hart and Teressa Colson poured this week for the homes of filled ballons they gave r, .\ 2 15C 3 Tall 40C Ki"gam' canned boneless cooked

The WORLD In His : were awarded! prizes as winners Jerry Gay and Russell Norman the formal opening of Br..a.i,. a\ Can. *

Gay colored pocket combs were i and hear that J M. Vickers service station here las' Fr .ft> .<
ARMS given as favors has bought the lot between the was. found the following dit. ...... PICNICS 3 $1.79
IX TICI LNICOIA\R Mrs. J. B Sapp. Miss Lucille LETTUCE Large Head 15C
., Harts and the Powells hear field of ice and snow way yip 1;> rr v
peter Pan Salted
With t.rfjrory I'ttk and Alvarez! and Miss Hazel Phillip Peggy Caldwell! out in Ven in Ohio How the ball- _- .

Ann Uljthls assisted Mr and Mrs Sale in tura. Calif. has joined a ski club there is still a mystery bt.t ::.,,' Peanuts 31c ----------,--,--.,- !. ,,-,,----,--,.
t. S. No. One WhitePOTATOES
serving the following guests: JearMundv. for p-a'-- .0_ 0 ('I ,,_,
.11 0 l rtodn and I .saw Charles Lawson home really travelling no as ;
New.11'etL
Mary \gnes Matthews the weekend from Fort JacksonS. I, it happened Ruth ,,".1\' c ;' 10 Lbs 49CHEINZ

I Thur. Jan. 21 1. 22! } Anne Rrt'nd.L.il.Matthews. Frances Charlene Landrum DennisK I C wa sorry to hear that ': must have been powerful e i.- Peter Pan Peanut HEINZ Chicken with Rice

filled with if of -
Annie t illutchms) Hooten tripped 'em one ha' Butter 35c
norm.IFE.Tl'HE;
.\v Dennis Kay Hart Teressa
lo\'er a Welcome Mat at the home ,!, loons broke away and r:- 12 Oz "Ias*;
' Harriet Carole :
\\alt ixnrj\ Colon. Powell. 'of her "'on on Tuesday and broke 'Ohio that quickly MF-- Cflim C

M. Rae Marklev Ann Johns. Don her arm in two places daugh I Knight's It.ttt't'"rittt'n oth. Cream Of FJa>;a Baby ansLIMAS 33C
; SNOW
WHITE tic Trawick. Barbara Sue Bsjrgrs oUUr /
ter-in-law Annie Hutchins. says 11th said: "Yesterday afterr.Xlr 23c
Simlra Williams. Flora Slade II
s.'kf that Welcome mat goes in the I while we were driving fro oui r
and the HoitAnn Simmons. Virginia Jean 21 t Oz Pkg
>
trash that's the second time home to McComb. my son r. tueo

= SEVEN DWARFS f'.ut'Ih.tha\r.n p mit'$. XVeldon.Penny Margaret HoIHr.g I somebody has fallen over it I II j i an orange balloon in'a field nea: TOMATO SOUP WESSON

,
j' cure was a big turn-out at the the road. The trees and fr-, t>"
IX TF.CIIXICOLOK worth and Mary Katherine Wain- I OIL t 65c ., ,,
\\ngM. I i Yo-Yo contest at Ducky's Tuesday j i iI !I I were all covered with ice as -.+ f q ------ -- -- -----e.n.e--

AND _- ; afternoon and walking away with i have Wen having rain sleet an I SOAP Small Mar
i I !
_2 Walt Iixne\ i the prizes were Jimmy Weldon. snow the past week, and ail thi Cans A&PFOOD STORE
j BPW Club NoticeThe DIAL 2 for 23cShortening
Natures Half Acre i Louis :Mann and Jimmy Hazen i white formed a perfect background i 3 35C

I Business & Professions I, you kids had better do some stiff for the bright colored balloon 3 Lbs The Great Atlantic and PadiTe Tea Co.
IX TKCHXUXLORAUo 1
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r I Woman's Club will hold its taonthjly -,j I 1I practicing on tho*> Yo-Yos before My son picked it up and di-,over I Snowdrift 85c 300 East Call St.BRADFORD .
'
Cartoon and Newt t meet'ne Monday night at 7:30
$ i! next Tuesday's contest caught I ed that after he had melted the
I o'clock in St. Edward's h.iU.'j .
I Dr. Houpt and Dr. Howard trying ice off the string and broken off -- ---- -



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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\ \NT\RY 16. 19U ell F


r 2cd L' John: Robert Paulk of1llaClJohte. Judge and Mrs E K Perry- >OTU'K: TO IPPKIRI \>>ii..r To \fffr.T : .
( Irrmlt ... .
I..r! Bradford ( IT. Li -.1 I ', .
\\' Ga. is visiting ilr. man and guest Mrs C F Sa les. riorlda: la rbaarerj d'lt and dJ-- N. .;. K :, .: : f')
c J I' ',
.h i
and Mrs Dave Pawl! and far.ilythiS of Miami, were, in Tallahassee on Clarence I> fH-l" rd. r'.stn: f!. ts. OFlvnj. 1'iainv H.ck-ti'.lr: 1.. I T'1'-' ; :- .-I. ..' r:: I -.M <-,.lf, .. i- f.. ',r.til'c '
Virg.i.* il I>-t' rj. IVr-dan'. X. T. n' 'he id pe"v ;i' !f Saff I 1.o, v t' rr.n t'1Cord
wek. Thursday of last week On Friday nlr ;h:, > ( d 1 !.tar..'. off >
Y '
Cast :>\<.>. ->j)1halos .u are herriiy :t K'tificJ hat a > .- .! ., I'nkr."n t
w > -i 'U. .
T. '... f'rDi.rl'f' nan f U at.-t., l> -.
suit tt
the Perr mans, Mrs. Sayle .r: ngt
} I r'r.- -& ,! .
: rrt'.f
.i'rhill b tL M.tiT nu.V:
T Virgin. :M LVbord whoa and fur'.Serr.:.*t If- ] ; Shotitun :-
.
I Lloyd Moseley of Detroit Mich and Mrs.! J H Patch were in Jacksonville rldr.-e and addrrsa l" l'nk'I.-n. has been filed a alt.st you in the d...r'v"- therein?d a i >>rdir.g t. law rhe! pr p- V > S'" hS. ,, :"; I'I! .r"J- i ifd '

and Mr< Carlton Paul of Jackson visiting Mrs. F. H. Long Yuu are feereby notified that a "bore named ,\oust and cause and rot bidder at wall!the tI..Id t.> for high _
NEWSMrs curt hour door I-t'.d 1I..d ,
IN THE I snit fore you are required to serve a copy of -
ville were Saturday guests of Mrs who is much improved from her Divorce, custody and control of your answer ur pieadmic! to the of orthe! first Monday in the month :V",? V, <. .. > '
I Marsh 1'51 W h. !11 i
.
v < the 2 J.of i. i '
complaint th *\
or rlatntfriAttorney !
6 H. H. Adams. i illness Comer Perryrcan of Jacksonville minor children liar
II II h. 1953ttat.d .
I I I I Saul
I r I I I William. : So, M45!" .
tas been filed against you In the D Morgan. ,
accompanied his parentshome lx>ve named Court and : 5u' Clark Building.. Jacksonville. this 13 day of January "*53.i All bid muf 1\Ia !
and
Robert cause .
Carl i ii'FFIi'I\LSE\I. .
J. H.. Nixon sprit Tuf"tt'1ay Mr and Mrs Florida i-harlr %, I>*rbv ;I d.pott of ..r.
Mr and Mrs. David Dalrymple for the weekend.Grapefruit win are required to serve a copy etur i'lerkt .'.
Circuit
.
I I of the lir"
!! of bid!
Gainesville. visited Mr and Mrs Tom Davie 1 t answer or r.i'.dinK to the com- and file the original in :h* office of i'ur.t* ., rajford aid -ito
in of Miami have been visiting Mr. plajnt on the Plaintiff Attorney the Clerkof the Circuit Court OB I > Florida the off,'* '. f '

in Lake Cit> Monday evening. j ji and Mrs Luke Feeney the parttwo I j, trees pecan FigsGrape Ray Nclden. Seldm Building 1 tor b.rnre thK 1IiH! lard Th .. '
: day of February. 1953 right i h. r. S
M. Barefoot was in I Daytona iieach. Floridaand I
Mn. P ,
f1t1 roii
j weeks. i Vine at SI tnm"' +. file the original otherwise the allegitlons of makl wiu aitl all bids.VFFIt'lAL .
I in the office Sealed
Mr. and Mrs. George Lohmeer| hul will br r",-t>ived bv SK\' .
Jacksonville on Tuesday. i i nf the Clerk of the Circuit Court l| 'ompLint will be taken as ':l."fe"- the City
I I oner iVuncil of the City of1Starke Hoard of r '.' ,
: Sunday guests'of : 'I before the' ed by you : '
l, of Gainesville\ were. i Cot and Mrs 11. C. Wall and Addresses It This notice shall be published I Florida! until S 00 p M, on i( of Rradf.-r.l, i ul .
Of day of Tue
MIL V. S St. John was in Archer j[ Mr. and Mrs V. V. Halfn.I children of Jacksonville spent the Interest I otherwise the February.allegations. U5:1:of: said one each weekfor four vonsecutiv > U4! dav'1I..r..l..t F..brll.u3nt hump, MSS.. for on I'v "harlr .A i>_ .let .
I I I I werka to: the Bradford t'.-unty Teie-'four -tru -k. with ; it.2ttla I
John. Complaint will .
Monday vUiting Mr. St. be taken as con- whrela and no
weekend at their cottage on C. W Nicholson. change from i, cased by erfohDated 'Dump iUSaid )
I II you. -!ru k b.-
and Mrs. A. F. Sauls were j th.s 14 day of January. 1J53 can ern for mopeo--
I I Mr
Kingsley Lake. I Akron Ohio to 321 N. E. Third I This notice shall be published IFFtt'IAI.SEAL) Charm \. Darby bon at the North Water Pumplnc Ik* 4'lrr.lt r..rt Of Thf 1:11\.11.
Vfri. Bill Jolley of Waldo waa in Gainesville last Saturday visiting : once e.ch.k for four consecutive Station, located back of the Bradford Judicial tlrwlf.
I ri-rk of the Circuit Court In lad 1-r
: St.. Gainesville Fla. seeks IB .
the Tuesday guest of Mrs. Henry. Mr and Mrs. E. P. Renner.i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews of the Bradford County Tflefraph. i, l*>- }[ Ul.1n'ro"b,.. D."uI"If'rlt, The High said School City Building Bradf.d ( ...tr. Ft>>,I... l I..
j Rev. John W. Pearce : reserves the ck..een
change right
I i 14t ; c
'I I
Stdan JIj. !i Palatka last Thursday and I Dated this 14 day of January. H SJ.: to accept or reject anv' r>r alt! bid. QUIET
TITI
J spent
I I [ from Starke to Box 354, Cooke (OFFICIAL Citv of
SEAL 1.C
II Edwards of Jackson-1] 'I ) Charles \. Darby Starkr. Florida. 4.ford and Sam F.If! .'
I| Mrs Mary Friday with their daughter, Mrs. :, ville. Tenn. Clerk of the Circuit CounIB1 !\ \. < Irrull ( tfurt. Branford 1'.raty. Bt Carl Johns' City! ClerkIt Ili" \\'If... PUtntif*. as I" _
Mr and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd I(Vllle is spending this week with' W. E. Dowling.Mr. :Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clark. : KUrlda: In t..f'r'.11 1'li ItrintliTI. f"f nrfant
pent several days last week in her brother Dr. M. B. Herlong. I j jI I Mrs. L. M. Francis, change from ,:, i'i ..!h CUvin, Plaintiff \.-. In Ike. rlrr.lt In Tkeam.. Ol The. tair or
: State Farm to 1077 Jones St. i Morgan John Olavin. Defendant.Ca r. Court of Bradford>> KUrUa: T. The llrmd*.l.
Adel. Ga. I m>tt riorldai l. rkaarer, I Irxing It"'lnnvtXiul ;
and Mrs. Dan Currie and Xo !>0!>
3IlTli'F
two I Moanalua Ridge, Honolulu IS. I i NOTICE TO .'PP.anII. Order Of .....I1..a' : tit' .r.t m 111\IF.R': to Any unknonn
\tlre 1'
Mrs. J. H. Fields is spending m o, spat';''
I Ala. were riremlt Toart. ... \I.. I yea. ,
Allen of Atmore Bradford C : d l ilia t .
son. IT. H ,. tr %.prar; male .f Florida n.tmeil: )' .rdl l d.tnt "
,
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Mr and Mrs. L. A. DavU leave'!weeks in Newton N. C. visiting ] weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. | John rk* e.ry. ToMorgan: John OUvin.' tvho eremdence and The public i< notlfird that under .V id to %l 11 parties .-Ialm", ..
for few stay in and Mrs. George R. Powell.i Vernon A. Rogers Jr.. AF1435 Rice. J. Rice, Plaintiff. > s. Mary and address i" I'nknown in accordant r wuh' Final 1.,1'.... 'rrr-t" I.v through under "I., ... "
Saturday a days Mr. Defendant. renHerrd January
Clifford Currie. t'a'f'0.. S59I i You t. 1I3S! b\ the the abovr nanifil !
I are required to < "f..nd'n'
Atlanta, Ga 3668. Hq. 2T Sqdn., 307th Bn. ..ITu A.p"r. February I'. 19.3, in appear the above on 1 Judge of the .'Ir.llil <',>urt of Bradford known" to h? dead .+r alter.

I Mrs. J. B. Cottrell and Mrs. L. ':i Wg. APO 2391. care PM San and To address: Mary Kice. w host residence 1 named Court and cause whereinplaintiff 4'a u'o County. Florida in Cfcancerv. in .And toAll panic hav.nk.;
Mem ill:: Unknown. .aUh..rf'l,
( I i Enos Hayes returned to reeks divor. rusfodv and lte"o<> lee claiming( .ny najht. title or int.- ,
Mils Fran Taylor of Jacksonville I iD. Green were visiting friends in Tenn. after spending the holidays > Francisco Calif. I fuit You for are hereby notified that a control of minor child Bradford plaintiff Markham. al' Aj rlni"tratriX;. etc.. M in and to the following des. ;II"pr""t
ofMiu week. phis. I | Divorce has been filed i County Telegraph shall publish flit and John II (Oriffi. rt al. > 'ituntf .n Bradford I'Iv.
wia the weekend guest Mayo Wednesday of last I,, with his parents. Mr. and A3-c Jos. P. Kelly AFI446212S, 1 against you in the above named i order in next four weekly I i"Jluf's.'II" 1 are defendants the undersign PlorMa.' t.nwtt '

June Pate! I I Mrs. R W. Hayes. l: Det. 1, 51st FTWG (Supply), APO I jCoi-rt and cause and you are rejQUirtd \\ .. .. mv hand and official I !ing Special 3o'Allt..r111 sell the The North Pour Hundred K.Af '

i I Mr. and sirs Ralph Begue and I I ((917 care PM, San Francisco. !ewer or to pleading serve a copy to the of complaint your an- ''seal uary at 14. !Starkr.H53.OFF1CIALSEAL! Florida this Jan Bradford deocribed('t'unlFlorida.premi-r to-InU"1,I. Southeast the Vortbra.'t Quarterhying Quarter in..c:s','. ,

J M. Vickers and M. II. Shep- | sons are moving into the H. A. Mrs James M. Graham ofI j Calif. on the Plaintiff's Attorney. ( ) Charles A. barb S\VV of XW 4 of SEl, of Seo lion 34. TOM pub,p T '",. "
T. Frank I-andruin. 31. Twp" C S Rangi- i i I Range J
Stark, !S F. to- EM.
this As lfrk of Court
pard were in Atlanta Ga. the I Lawm garage apartment I \V>theville. Va. was the overnight I!j A-B Dolph E. Reddish. AF24625519. -'Florida.."i,... of and file the original. in th e, tic Marian L. Crwb).. Deputy said Clerk:'i: gather Httti its tenement, hrreditament" You and rash of von are no! I

past week on business. I' "eel<. I guest Wednesday of her niece, Sqdn. 2726 Flight 1284. oust the Clerk of th ('Ir/'ull Martin J Pearl :Oi Consolidatednidg. !I ; to the a'Id appurtenances, that a "tnt to iuirt till to the ,il, .
on or before the 18 day ol! .. Jdi-k-oimllr. Fla hlfrhe bidder for (cash at described property ha. brn f I.4,
I. l
; Mrs. Guy Andrews. Lackland AFB. San Antonio Ferbuary., 1953. otherwise the 011.I"Kotllunl Attys. for Plf 1 16 4t t t>: Ilhf' South front door of the County a.-an..t you and you are hereto .
Mrs A Z. Adkins was the overnight I Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and j I ) of said Complaint will br. I'ourt House in =Starke .Florida due i.Aar quired to errve. a ropy of sons t ,
I Texas. taken ai. conr..I1..d by >ou. ing the legal hour of Kale, 't to the BUI of 1 fniiiplalnt .
guest Monday of Mrs. I* L. '. children were in I'erry on Sun ', Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Soto. 1260S Yancy 1 This notice shall. f-e published '"rit.: or U'I'1.11'l'l1U1'ul t at 12 clock noon ..n Monday to-wlt.Feb plaintiff *, Attorn.."... WilliMf< u in Jacksonville.Mr and Mrs. Mark! I once each week for four "onsecutue ruary a. 1"5J Kutch. P n Pox1: .
Roane Dr. TIC iir.r.ii: : Stark, Kl
visiting i r
II day Iweeka
i Mrs. Cecil\ Sewell and daughter. Houston 15 In the A. J. da.
II Drive. Greens Bayou Bradford County Tele- (Senate IM1\ So 11) THOMAS JR *id file the nrivinal in the .
l Adams. : Pam were in Jacksonville Wednesday [ .Texas. I.gl"'nh VOTICK I IS JlJ.UF.fICtx.. Thai.: Special Master flCV of the Clerk of the Cnn, ,,
and Mrs. Carl Robertr I I. Dated this 14 day of January 1S53:; >'Irl'. Louis H Hill holder of Tair.Certificate Hollix V knight Court on nr h.h r. the l' d..
I on business. < (OFFICIALSEAL) Charles A.: Attorney' for Plaintiff ; Ftbruar '. AP I9SS.! : .
bath Xo S!. otherwi-
and'j : i".d the :31 day ; i II.all..ati..oll
visited )fro and Mrs. Bard Langs. W. M. JIL'klon
Mr. and Mrs. llf.POHT OK rOMHIION OK TIIKKLOHIUl I'lerk of the Circuit Court of May A.D 1947.! has filed same I Irmv I'I 11tJt 1 :30NO of said Pill of ""11'1'1.'| .
dale in Ocala last Friday. j'family, of Jacksonville visited\ Mr.; HINH A f STARKir, Py Marian L. Crosby Dennfv Clerk. office and ha made a ,.Ilt-atl..1I I will he taken a; confeord.. .
I Misses Johnnie Bennett and June : 1/18 4t : OK
the U rFAIlII KTtllKK I\ THE TTB a tax; deed to he i--u>'d th -ron. 'i M t: IIUlol.I.l )
and Mrs. Blake Jackson over : IlF'lll: niter <>a> l II wee k for fm ,
I Conner and Doyle Conner attendedthe ) AT TUP rl.\IIF. OK Sod i' .rtihcl emlnai < the follow (' \1.1. KOK inns OH-I u.;
Mm. T J. Griffin has been visiting I III't\I:+, 01)I:( f.MHKIt .11, :Tin d!to ? ,,1.J l pn.p.| | *" \ i ti.! t'''IIt\, 1'IKFt'Tit; 'E: that '1. wi'ik< In Mit .IIt.H..r.' i i.tint' T. ,
weekend. I Stephen Foster services at >t TH K TOPPKH .,' i't ... .. ,. 11.,1' "f I Ii ttral'h.1.1.: k. Fl. d.I
I > i
ulf ad I .
Ii IBi: :: i it. F: rile. f I' 'I .. ,
Ir and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza i in i White Springs on Sunday. ,..... !l'lurMaIn(Irrull' It.orl.f.himrer lirajfurd C.0....'. \\ ."i. \ F. T L.I ,vv "' ',- I I I'.; :.dt, t'd 1 r'r II.d,1.'t t ti> 1,1.I I I1 t I ,.. .. \
Jacksonville the week. Tal balances with other i I N W I'"1
past Cash,
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called to v\
Roberts i ; i' .
Carl was Dad PI' \ t
I banks. Including reserve r ..k- PI.I ',if : f, 1 '. F M f. i iv y t '. !itI r '-I rtt, ,, t ,
Lou -01. B'! i h. 1 h. f- "
Thursday of last week i Balance, and cash Itemsin orison I r. F.I I
lahaRaet* on Mr and Mrs. M. R. Judd and ,
r I.
i ". i V tl
I i- '
George Pearce of Pompano'" proc-sh of cullrction : : tit. 2' : 'Ii
<, ''by the death of his uncle, Joe house guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest United States GoxernmentObligations .
Reach was the weekend guest of I Calahan of Detroit. Mich visitrdSt. I ......H.......I....ft.._. .AI.A...n... A""ft .
Mr and Mrs. B. T. Thomas. Campbell. guarar.tt't'd 1.50. ',:\1 "_ 4
i Augustine on Saturday. of States and
I politicaluMuiM"is li>x'r'I'! r 'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'YT""TTTrfn :
Powell Dav!... of the Jacksonville i For Garden, IJlwn1. and Flower Loan and dh.rollnts Mr and Mrs. C. H. Dittmar of j I He.'S overdrafts ,
NAS was the weekend gue1 t er*-Vlgoro. 11)-(int, J1ur; -Grow ) 5i'"74 Be Our G
Jacksonville spent the weekend !; owned $* i STARLINGS i
of Mr and Mrs. E M Davis at Sl.truuh'a. ) Lank nremKcs! :-
with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green R1.2.:! funiturf and
i ,.: ,
fixtures 17 96,45: H: t
and Mr and Mrs. N' B. Rosier.Jlis.9 in', '*li' ;., ,
Other assets Customers \

i Tl TAL ASSETS: :,:. I II I
j Enza Cooper of Battle
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Seaboard Railway i Creek. Mich is visiting Mr. and I 1.I.ltl1ftl.----- I
'Demand deposits of Indl- For 1953 i
Mrs E. J. Flynn. Mrs. W. D. ,
I \ \idual! partnerships ;
1. :"' i j"'," & Market i

1 Faxon and Mrs. Dorothy Ford. I|I.Time and duals deposits corporations, partnerships) cf lndivif andcorporations ,AAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA Grocery t !

".''" ',1! '
Watch Inspection Mr and Mrs. R. H Sieg and "A"U""A
Deposits: of t'nited State t
daughters Jane and Pat of Ada. I j Oovernment including '
,
Ohio are spending the weekend! I Depoyltn postal savings of State and po- 1v '.,! t :,.' __ --.r: __ __ :.. ..- '.. .' --_ -.

with Mr and Mrs. A.1.. Sieg. | litual sulidivifions -" t -I CIAH, LOIN.THONETEW
t Other deposits (certifiednrl
Jan. 9 1953 officers' checks

Mrs R B. Trask of Lakeland i? 1 etc.) 1;. iTOTAI ', "

hi-re visiting her mother. Mrs. W .liabilities PRPOSITS : I"Othtr ';"; I
Steak B54c Oleo18c I
]II Perkins, who has been ill during I I --
TOTAL UAD1LIT1CS
ED SIMPSON GEM JEWELERMy the holidays but is improxingnow > not .. including suliordlnnt -
| d n h 11 g a dons
I! shown brlow ) ; l 'It
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Personal Integrity and Profession Mrs A. S. Anderson and son,t Capitals Capital. Account '.j, 1\111 -- : ,- -- '.-: '; .. ._". : 't- : :.: : ,-. : ___ :- .::: -::.

Ted, and Mrs. Eldudge Partin ofi Surplus ,I''n ull.

Backed by Over Forty Years Experiencein i Frrnandina were Friday and Saturday I'ndivided! profitsHererves :.1" Lb : For

i guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. (and retirement NECK BONES 10C CELERY :1 19C
Repairing and Servicing Railway l'Davis.!' capital apof>n"t for preferred !.. ,.' :

Watch is Your Guarantee of Satisfaction. I i TOTT. CAPITAL AC- .

Jean Whitaker of naxJ#y. Ga. OOfXTS 1..e '

was th> weekend guest of JoAnn I TOTAL MAHIUTIES S E Brisket Lb 19C' For
2
Officially Appointed Slado Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade ,, .,''101'11'.01.. \1'CI'XT -- ,.. CAR R OT S 19CHOPS

and JoAnn drove Jean home on +This bank's capital conyeteta

I Sunday. I'I l of: : '

I I Common stocK with total .'_ ._ _. -6 :. _- J1---, "' : : -- _
SEABOARD RAILWAY I, par talus of (50,00000 ., =: = ::
Catm-llias\ and other' t'H'fJr.'n"I -- BEST WESTERN I'OKK
)1f'DlOraada' LB.UFOIlXI..\
1 .sUtruiuVs.Mr .
!I AHl'ta pledged or asfien-
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INSPECTOR k.i.r---r 1 I'; I I ed tn gerure llahilitles! .
and fur other k 4" .
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i parpoc'
and Mrs. Carl LaMar Johnsof

Gainesville are moving mtr :', I, S. L. Peek, Jr. Cal'hlorof: the 44C Lettuce 9 c

SWATCH.\ :, FL.I .\. Kitty Andrews' house corner of i above swear that named the bank above do statement s.lemtuy u-

[ Madison and Cherry street thiseekend true and that It fully and currerttvrepresents !
I the true state of the .
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w feveral matters herein contained -i. : < .: -_ .' _'_ : ' __
_. : :
I land set .forth.and to l.11.fCorrectAttest !the_ best of mytrnnnl.do. .. .. _, : _. = .

Mrs \\'. T. Jackson andvis.tea song :: --S"L. Peek Jr Chuck Lb

:Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Louden. Ern.T iur. ROAST
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A 1 1'1'
THEATRE 1 ONIONS
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I 1 Sr and Mr. and Mrs Fred Harold! W ,
1 DirretnrsState .
STARKEDedicated Leonhard in Keystone Heights on ,, of Florida, 1nd' 19c
t'.-unt.f Bradfordworn .
Saturday. I ": t" "u""C'rih..II.t '
To Community Service 1 this 13th day of January !J"1 PIG Lb Tall/ Any for
l herebyc.ntft' that I a':. u FEET 10c MILK
Io\Ire Ire IV-ltrrThaa Eer"If Mrs R J. Andrews and daughter. 3
of f i if r IT dirrt'or. of th.i ,.- 43CLB.
Barbara, and Mrs. I:. O. Dans1 <\KAI.:: M.I. n i: i.-; : ,. '
Pi.i.ii. -r.t: i f KI! .! ,)I.i I' ,i .
>ou find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre At by and son. Mickey, visited Mrs ll.\ ?,o i' ." I. 'I'| t.

cut ad out and proem it to Ilov Office for FKKK TICKET*; A I. Carr in Jacksonville last '. ..:
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I I I, ,, ., \ '. \ '
Saturday. r :v \' S.MAI.I. LEAN PICNIC I.AItK
Sal-Jan 17-ONLY Sun., Mon., Tues.. \Ved. I

Jan. 1$, 19. 20), 21OPEN 1 1 Mrs J. H. Hooten of Eustis ii i-

DOrill.E FEATniK ) 12 O'CLOCKA i visiting her son and daughter-ir C

THEY'RE AT THEIR BKT\] $ Shows Daily A I l law. :Mr and :Mrs. R. R. Hutchinf METAL Hams 39

I / -v OUtUI UftlT _LX this week Mr Hooten will joir 26
Ti1RRITT. BURNLTTE i 12 :..T 6 J P.M. them for the weekend.Pr .

CECIL RDauuis.' SIGNS
and Mrs W. E. :\fidJlt.tor.haw

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had Mr. and Mrs; ': -- ,.. ,
as guests. '
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I. ; GREti Tommy Wilson of Cedar Keys on .--- -. __ ._ ._ _._____ _.- __ _- -" .----4- ", -


'%Ml"i""M' 'I<'CAW Mt9tltt t .FU M 1 1''I':'MM OIl Monday and Mrs. Mae Jones of FOR RENT Lb

"-It",,cwt *.*_.'..l.|&*.!(.> fcKM 1, &;SH ; d )." 11! ksonrille on Tuesday.Frenda I I I ROOM PIG TAILSCHITTERLINGS I L S 19C OXYDOL Large 26 C


_tNI) EAJ'i1i of Mrs Al Hartmann
"coIur y : FOR RENTAPARTMENT
\\ ill regret to hear that she isiorjined j I

NMTECILNICOWR to her bed at the home of jar'

SHE MARRIED A ., HmY r cotMti I E ouuitOMHlttBBIII lWi h,-r son and daughter-in-law. Mr !: I 3'b 89C F A B Large 26C

MONSTeR' won. :and Mrs Eddie Hartmann. I i FOR RENT
1t\l'hm nu unoiM I II
... fDIUIUrt i > ..iUTn..I.l liKX ..." !&! '- '
-. -.". / raaai """.'11 t.Ao:1U Mr and Mrs. E. A. Raney am* = _. 0:< =. f = ,_ _- ..- : _. '
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['1tHall t I FOR SALE n ._ ._ .. _._ : !
.M.I. nvv !)0 family of FTf' man."a.. will arrive
:... l GOOD; LEAN FORK tH. SNIFTS J'l( Kfc
All Tax three I ,
Indul'' t this weekend to spend I H.

MI m\Tx: u.i. n.)0; c wC"t'ksith Mrs Raney's family I i'Itll'.ITEKEEP

All Tax In.ludoJVIH the Floyd Greens and N. B, I
I iMr. : ROAST 39C LARD

ITS All TO Tax 6 l11)ImluJtM v Hosiers. I OUT I II 14C.

and Mrs L. D. Green ': l'O: I
\11' LTA: .\t"YfJ I:K K P.M. __ ;"" TRESPASSING(
weekend L. T .
have as guests. ,
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All Ta\ Include I !' -- -' .,. ,,...,, ,
Dees of Raleigh, X. C. Mrs C i -- _: -, --- .. (.h -. $
.VU\ ,. -<'ily. Him" Cartoon and 1 I Williams and Mrs. D J. Clarke : POSTED !

Latenttvv.: ot Tampa and ilr<. Irene John? I BOLOGNA 38C L LRRD 3 Lb Jar -


t r C. J. 1'OWKI.L of Green Cove Spnngs 45c ea. 44C ,

"-1 Mr and Mrs Jimmy Harper

; 1hur., Fri. Jan _'_'. :a :M.:,., Annette Harper of Jackot n- L6

ta.:! Mrs. Roy Wilheit of College Last A Lifetime SAUSAGE MEAT 38 FLOUR Dixie Lily 4 A Lb $4.05

2CE3 r.rk. Ga and Mrs. Fred Roone
1 Weather{ Resistant fesa
... t CUTS HAYWARD 'it Atlanta. Ga.. were wt'ekE'ndtt'ts

;;; JOOYUWJANCE 'EiwY2ER9NX( : of Mrs Janie Avery. .. -. -
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:=-;.. l'lu* Oily Hare" OuttotlD and 4r\ ,t i.ated Mr and MrsShaw's Mrs Frazier sister Shaw Mrs BRADFORDCOUNTY BEST WHITE l.B. feIey TOILET 2 Ply Made by ; Ii

: 'g JOHN PAYNE r Clarence Hutchinson in the Alacc h-
.d-.J, Latter 2: SrLU I I
Wka ua General Hospital on Sunda'enirg. y

A;tS Mc9tiei.1 Dourest! Li 1 Mrs Hutchir.son recently Bacon LBnUDA 29c TISSUE iocl

., ., MISS FLOY THOMAS t.t I'lus Awful Tooth" Ortoon derwect a major operation. TELEGRAPH


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PACK SsI.Y BRADFORD cot 11' TELEGRAPH. STAR RE. FLORID V

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MMHKU TVUNTA xKFNThe
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Early ControlOf Governor McCarty Issues ProclamationFor Gregory Peck I Cooley Constable-- ------


I Blue MoldIs March of Dimes Month Plays Sea CaptainIn .1Gx 71tutT't A 5
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F }1.r'v! : cxecacti: ; r n!

ImportantWhen rr\r,_. New Park FilmSwashbuck.rg "
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MandRANC 'rcr ": ;!h' -iv.es: : of Cl.u:
: '. .. St.: .
c leaves of your: t:ibd l.\ ... : C .t .:"t' KngseI ;

plants ar- about the size of a -inti.:! ,, tOne ; drama. plenty ofhighpowered ... \t' : ,' :: ., .t'e.U Jain c.E 666
action and Sret'f
begin or them Jiy *. .
da-ting spraying ther.ost .t : 'P. :his ;oa

onlrol blue mold the Fl:. ,iiAgn .. '# sJ u exciting technicolor; .'.Il ---S: \ t:9: Tuan-tarn un iiuf
scenery
ever filmed are comhir..iIn !
< ultural Experiment st.rudviies il
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r .... _. .,.-__ _W' II the film version of Rex Beach --
growers. lut novel "The World In 11.-
fieo. T llugginwCounty Ferbam or zineb: spray or >,n.' 4 Arms showing
+ liy at the Park -'BIST
III Agent will provide effective controlae Theatre Sunday and Monday. DEAl.III

destructive disease of t'JlJa"o. Grvpory Peck
Ex tt'o.&CI& SnU u seen as a bold
I Agricultural plants if it is applied properi) ana a.r sea captain who poaches seal pelts

fast regularly. Dr. \\'. B. Tisdai. Experiment :II-r., Alaska! "
beginning hope to answer them as apossible. in defiance of czarist uWN/

' This 'oliimj > -junned to I"JV'! I do not like for names Station plant pathologist Russia: Ann Blyth. as a Russian
tI pointed out. For full c ,
psovK.P < or.tf.ss
.' oc'allllltlUal.u to accumulate arriving: In San Francisn << -
'U rl"4' au' and j' of plants, the dual or spray "tnoma t ? : 1!>50. has her
Hog cholera: as you know, is } most exciting t
K lItlon.* that will be of jnte be :
applied twice weekly fruit! ine 1 : i J' :o date t'
est throughout the county.It i still our greatest hog killer. Immunization time the leaves are the sue ,>i a \ Tins
that { is the only way to prevent e) film offers some of the
I
has been
my experience dime until the plants are radyfor D
folks like to know about good :, this dreaded virus disease. setting in the field. greatest sea scenes ever brought

their friends are j You cannot tell when it will strike. to the screen-from the awe-in
things county For 100 square yards of plant
'There too it can spirinf.glimpses of Alaskan seal
are many ways
doing I have never found a neighbor bed 1 1-2 to 2 pounds of ferbam nerds, to the
who to someone tell I spread for you to risk not having breath-taking se-
objected : dust or 1 to 1 1-2 pound of zineb quemes Of a sailing
ship
race.
's official acts was the issuance of a proclamation Ann Blyth is
thnfty and have well, given the
travel grown -
I opportunity
be
might doing. So as will l be
adequate for the
coverage declaring January "March of Dimes" month in Florida.
to wear of
about the county and pick up I they can be vaccinated with last. first few applications. Athe Witnessing his signature to the proclamation are (left to right) lavIsh wardrobes one ever the most
immunization time after deignedThe
items< that might be Interesting ing any plants increase in size, howeverDr. ,, Benson fckelton State
Representative, :North Florida :National Foundation sensational gowns
I will not object: to my six weeks of age. Tisdale recommended depicting:
hope you
gradually -
for Infantile Paralysis! Tallahassee Thomas Russian fashions
t : D. Baile), Chair of 1S50. cost I.-
name.We J My first visit to vaccinate hogs the
using your increasing amount of dust
I man State Education Committee March of Dimes, Tallahassee: Mrs. excess of $15,000.
want this column to be interesting i was with Aubrey R. Moore, whc until three or four pounds of the
Dan McCarty, Mrs. W. II. District The
Massey, Admor, Women's Ac co-stars
)lives on the old Blanding High- material before receivetrong -.up \
want it to be help- are applied just
,
we tivities, XF1P, {)jst. 11, Quincy;; Dr. W. Judd Chapman District port from Anthony Quinn .
Mr. Moore has small herd the plants as .1Portugese
ful we wwit, to enjoy it. way. a are transplanted. Forty 1 \
and you I Advisor Dist.
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Tallahassee lion.
; LeRoy Collins, State Senator, ship captain, John \11" t
We i invite .suggestions at of registered Durocs, as fine as Iever pounds of ferbam or zineb dust
your Tallahassee and Joe C. Hall Intire as a
Miami two-fisted
State
Chairman of the 1953 psalm-qu-:
should be for
how
saw He told me costly adequate treating
i
any tln.e I I March of Dimes. ing chief pilot. Carl Kmund; d., tn, 11,,'km' for a f4vj tire dCJI'
a a it had been for him to learn that 100 square yards of bed for the
arrogant Russian prince and A- :", bv and trade!
: .c old
season. in your
My firth ten d*)_ vaccination was the best hog insurance drea
Kng as the siren of San ,
At the time of this writing. I I you could buy. I It a spray is preferred, the Experiment At Lackland/ AFB .-' Fr. : mhcr on a new set ot AIL\:
'
have been on the payroll in Bradford Mr. Moore was grinding; cane Station worker explained F N Th.s film has hen '!i. 'ale or Cushionaircs-

County for ttn days. My contacts ;t at the time of my visit. I did 76 per cent ferbam or 65 per j'1lersal's10th de.trzrt'1as : : :. that are warranted in win-

and experiences during tlrirUme such a good job of bragging on cent zineb will be satisfactory. He E Year \nll\I'j.I' "
pi ture. Rex Ee.tch ret't'.\ ; mt; .l .lInst ail road hazards for
been real his operation, and I was serious recommended 3 ounces of ferbamin
have a pleasure.In t w $I 00.VOl) for I t
the .
addition to the good: numbert I about It, that he gave me a quartof : 12 1-2 gallons of water or, in r tip'AT' w f r the highest price move ever p.tid ruh: i.\ I i 1 I *>ne 'ul! >car!

'> friend who have been jn theoffice his best syrup. It was good ,, larger quantities are needed 2 to feb f If : tit IIlIu: for an ? i
I unpublish d inai': ,
I have made 34 on-the-farm I enough: that it helped me get ,. 3 pounds of ferbam in 100 gallons fl ij? 1:3 s nptsuruille. Then you'll be all set for en-

ontacts Everybody la busy and I more hot biscuits than usual, and of water. Five to 10 gallons of the :
able
trouble
frce
)jo> -
i i mixture, the I safer
depending
on plant Fla.
the is all :
in a good mood Perhaps the syrup gone.
moat enjoyable experience during II I II i growth, are enough for Creating Mrs F. B. Hall. Rt 2. Bos<5 liberal trade-in !i summer driving

last week was listening to the remarks -I Ileport ACT Practices I 100 square yards of plant bed. The Future Farmers are plan t 4 f fP S\V 13th St., Gainesville Fla. allowance III ,

about the good;: rain that I', If you participated in the 1952 ,'II I Satisfactory control also can be ning a trip to the State Fair in r Sallie C. Pnce. 1501 X. E. Stri IR1S I! ') We're your neighborhood

ended sUch a long dry period. agricultural conservation program I obtained with a spray mixture of Tampa. We have to buy our Ave, Gainesville, Ha. arJ\lS 1 I'' headquarters for the best in
11 :
1-2 2
11 me. even at this early date, I you must let our office know what' to ounces of 65 per cent grandstand tickets to the Rev S. J. Grady. 104 Dillingham ,
race Among the warranted tires and tire service!
young men from
zineb and 10
(
of
gallons water or,i Ave., Kissimmee
did in order to qualify for Fla.
sincere appreciationfor you this
my week and
express I we to the Fairon
for larger quantities, 2 pounds of' go here currently taking basic training Charlie all road J
Parker, Rt. against
the friendly reception I am payment. ; I', Saturday Feb. 7, which i> 3. Box 3S2-
I the zineb in 100 gallons of water. at Lackland Air Force Base, B, Hollyhill, Fla.
experiencing. Your expression of Please bring your receipts for FFA Day. We must have attended hazards

friendship is a challenge to me lime, seeds, or fertilizer, and report I The coverage capacity of"the zineb:. 75 per cent of the ag meetings in j San Antonio, Texas are: j Cecil R. Moore, Box 331, Archer e .
I spray is the same as that of the! I
Fla.
I
to serve you just the very best Iran j all other practices you carried I ferbam. order to be eligible to go. Thomas B. Harding Jr. (Ilefti*I. !
[ out. This must be completed i R. V St. John. 414 Beech St.
I''by January 31. I Cloudy, cool weather, with temperatures We are getting our bull readyto ;I i son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding Ocilla Ga.BetterCough:

ranging from 55 to 70 enter the Fair. Other current of Starke and Joe H. Kelsey, son
I lug Vaccination Schedule I Do not wait until the last few : ', I
Ry the end of this week I believe days to do this little job. Let'tmake degrees, is especially favorable to projects include planting trees on of Mr Ollie Kelsey, Rt. 1, Starke. L B. (RED ) ALVAREZ
the
all the names we had on the, 1! the 1952 reports the best. 'mold.growth. and spread of blue'building farm dayand on shop working days. on the ag I' After completing the indoctrination ReliefWhen

book regarding vaccination ol It has been a good year, so let's I course, these men will con new drugs or old fail to help
been erased. be known. These are I II I Wallace Parrish, Reporter tinue their Air Force technical chest cold don't delay.
their hogs will have let it reports (.I i your cough or SERVICE STATIONTIRES
rVTYYYYYVYYYVYYYYYYYYTYTILAWTEY
I training in specialized work. CreonIsion contains only safe helpful -
AH new requests are made, we proof of progress in the county. I
Circus Life ShownIn proven ingredients and no nar-

ly produces a pound of meat or a cotics to disturb nature's process. It
Chicks I Addresses Of Interest
Cheap dozen eggs with a minimum Spectacular Film goes into the bronchial system to aid
nature soothe and heal raw, tender,
Prove ExpensiveIn amount of feed. Some strains of by U II. I'tdch1U111111111111u Coming To FloridaIn M. Sgt. Rodney P. Hall, NG21 inflamed bronchial membranes. Guaranteed -

The Long Run chickens are bred to make better I 625139, 102 Co., 1st Bn., 2nd STR, :I to please or your druggist refunds TUBES BATTERIES

than average use of feed, and such. "The Greatest Show on Ft. Benning, Ga. I money. Creomulsion has stood ACCESSORIES
in better t i the test of millions of users.
chicks will off gains many
If you buy cheap chicks! this pay The Lawtey City Council met Eal th", showing Sunday through Mrs. M. E.: Miley, 214 10th Ave
to be per pound of feed. last i I CREOMULSIONrelieves Phone 60 Temple & Call Sis.iggctt .
spring they may prove quite Monday evening at 8 o'clock Wednesday at the Florida Theatre, IN. Jacksonville: Beach, Fla. I

costly in the Ions run according Rapid growth usually goes handin I with councilmen Kelly. McSwain Cecil B. DeMille has applied his I R. M. Gainey 326.Ivy St. .lack- Coughs Chest Colds, Acute Bronchitis

to Julian S Moore, poultrymanwith hand .with greater efficiency in i I and Whitehead present. Chairman film-making genius to a- massive :," ,
'he University of Florida feed use. It also saves much valcable
Kelly called
presiding for a read circus spectacle combined with a I
Agricultural Kxtension Service. time Suppose one strain,I of the 1\\
ing minutes of the December drama about the performers and'
The first .li et may W higher for produces a thrfepounbird! in 1C
meeting, then all the business ;
workers of the Big
Top
quality chicks, but the pi of its usu- week. Another strain takes 15 of the old year was closed and the i

ally will be much larger.; weeks. If you raise the faster. Council With Betty Hutton Charlton

i I growing strain, you save enough adjourned. Heston. Cornel Wilde, Dorothy
Mr Moore says chick quality is; :, Following the adjournment Attorney
time to have another lot of chicks Lamour, Gloria Grahame. and
measured in terms of low mortality Patten administered the
ready for market every year. James Stewart starred at the
efficient use of feed, raPid s! oath to the newly elected officer a
Fast-feathering stock is best foi r head of a huge cast, the film depicts -
growth, fast and complete feathering meat production because of fewei as follows: Mayor, Charles U. all\ the whirling t'xrltert'f'nt. We
give.
Shuford; Clerk L. H. Futch Marshal -
and uniform size. If you are pin feathers. Buyers may pay ,a!j L ; the spangled gaiety and the soaring you
D. P Thomas all fOJ'1i
: onei
raising chu-k for n laying flock premium for such birds, and wil:l I thrills that make the circus
I i term, and H. C.
year Kelly. L. P.
vou also want high egg production.\ certainly buy them more readily : :ouch a beloved institution.The .

Chick mortality must be l wt Uniformity in size is also important .: RaCu e. and H. JPrit'st as plot details Miss Hutton'daredevil .-

your poultry business is to be suetessful councilman for a two year's term .
at market time. rivalry with ft llow- F

Buying from hatcheries' Laying ability is determined bj r'I each.The aerialist Cornel Wilde for the S'f

that carry on a good pullorum- '' bleeding, so it pays to buy chick:s! new council organized! by coveted trapeze above the center 4 _
I
testing )program,; helps to insure I from a breeder who has a record( electing. C. Kellas Chairman ring; the strange secret hidden be-' 1
healthy chicks. i for 1953. Mr. Kelly appointed the
of high egg production. hind James Stewart's clown mask; i I I
Losing birds in later life will Mr. Moore gives this check Its t, following committees: Street; C. ),
of circus
efforts
and the tireless '
....t even mote than when they are for buying quality chicks: A. McSwain Chairman, and H. E. ,-
i boss Charlton Heston to keep the:
., idler In hi wlght cloulI'.rd I
('hlrk especially| as market hmt'"I'I'I"'arh.1' I Buy top quality chicks for mor e i Priest and L. P llafuse Sanitation L
show on its feet. va I F-5 offer* 3 Vkherlbawi -nglh.
If you lost a two- pi'of it. ; C. \Vhitehead Chairman, .
pound bud. you .lose not only your Buy only from hatcheries tha tL.I, P. Kafuse. and i H E Priest. Made in cooperation with Ring- st -- r > ht >our load rpace requirement
,, l !ion.e of Six or V-8 pfJ\\t'rl!
'I.tier and the cot of the chick, carry en a good pullorum-testin g. Finance and Taxation: H. F.. ling Bros.-Bamum & Balky11" :; e ? .sa

hut about MX pounds' of feed as program. '1 Priest Chairman. C. A :McSwain. cus at their winter quarters m

ell You can go a long way toward Buy chicks specifically bred fo rand C. \\hitehead. The new Sarasota. and during actual performances -

preventing these losses. Mr. either I on the road, this drama
meat or egg production, according council retained Attorney Patten

\liKins.iys.. by buying quality to your needs.Check i as city attorney for the year. epic features many of the nnu.V laY

i turk and b\ practicing properamiution hatcheries through the Nj-i The new council decided to askn most famous arts. Acrobats, trapeze -

and vaccination against tional Poultry Improvement Pla the Seaboard Railroad to insall artists tightrope walkers ,. .. I

ne iti-iea es that are prevalent in for meat and egg: pru
to at'n1 <-ul.s or ask other *atist.ed; pou:'I- street crossings on their tracks fd animals all play an imp!>1 tal.1 PROOF that ford Trucks

,.. ... .. ..... .
\ : : \ :: : :Mviiiii I :I! for their rrtt' n edauonP :s.
The council to meet at
adjourned nart.Not
I g the next regular' meeting night in only do the circus reg'j.lr"; : run for pennies per mile!

February.Jimmy. perform but the picture's star f .o f fE '

I and Charles Moore returned actually do their own stunts Miss i\ In the UK Ford Truck Economy

\ \ / the aerialist and Run Ford Truck owners kept
t to their horn here after a Hutton as Holly, 5,500
\
'BetterHEARING' V a pleasant week spent at the home Wilde, as Sebastian, the trapeze E ., { r- record.of what they pair! for g asi ,

\ \ (Ii their sister and brotherinlawMr star. perform high above the'' 1 i oil, maintenance repairs. See the

with the of veterans cost figures at Ford
t and Mrs= JV.. Thomas in ground precision revealing your
Gloria Grahan.e as Angel Dealer's now! See It-fore you buyan
Hcndersonvtlle; North Carolina.
Tt\\ I.I Th< v accompanied the Thomasesto ; the Elephant Girl, rides an ele- v + \ truck! Come in today!

e\. -:- Hendersonville after they had phant's trunk and allows the huge I

.'ctt' r/\ animal to lower its foot on her i
spent the Christmas holidays here
r face. A highlight is the brilliantly i,
Aith: Mrs Thomas's parents Mr
colorful circus parade.
mile-long
roll Mrs Fred Moore
the unusual scenes of roustabouts ..,
Mr and Mrs Lesley Phillips of and
*%ss r o rye / YOAt raising and striking the i
;/ tl tinesviHe: were visiting their mammoth tent. !! M PROOF that Ford trucks
:sterns Mr and Mrs O J Phillip

,!luMrg. the weekend.Mr t save up to 14% more on gas!

and Mrs Seebe Andrews ters Jr. entertained with a birth

WJSi Columbia S C. were visiting! day dinner on Friday evening. !! Ford Trucks offer three new high-com

M Andrews's parents Mr. and Several of his children were able pression Low-FjucTioN r overhead-valve I

M's Fred Moore during the last to be present to enjoy the occasion :-
\!. .r .Wend with their father. power-waste! Engineer: tests-and owner e-

K' ends and patrons of the law- | last longer! experience-show that you save up to one
!
Mr and Mrs. T. S. Casey of I from a J ac.
Choose
!l !Vrei') \ Junior High School somewhat Jacksonville spent the weekend Life insurance:: experts, using latest regis- gallon of gas in every seven! vxMtnrm uA Ula ujjunutd
Ii tc FIVE great Ford Truck engines! r- ; IItI ep xl et M I
surprised and interested here with Mrs. Casey's parents, I tration data on 8,069,000 truC1.pm'" _ur'+r.'Ppll.4% .

;... ; 11.w that two members of the Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore Other Ford Trucks last longer! That means

;.'u uils".. r !.::1. -iltv assumed the responsibili- Sunday dinner guest of the Moore'swere I depreciation is slower.. No wonder they t::

I I..- of married life, during the Mrs. C. T. Mayo of Tampa. command big trade-in values! Get a fiI

Bone CwJud.o. t'1NW ntaJ.rN al M ate Eltra Cost h ''i l.jWS Though Mr Hailer had Mrs Julia Smith of Panama City, Ford Truck that's a PROVEN better buy! & ociw' E

:.id other members of the facultyhis ( n r
. a, Yes. you hear Mr :
,_ Zenith Hearing Aid or your aid at any ,." ive' :Made by plans. Bishop weddingrenouncement Rev and Mrs J. \\'. Longo of

= money will be refunded under the makers ot world LlmllUS : came as a complete Jacksonville were Sunday dinner

our unconditional 10-day guar Zenith Radios, KM and Tele- i surprise. The entire commu-
of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ra-
guest
JOa.s antee. Three great modelsv! lion Sets liiul' ;! vour prt>si- i i nits extends congratulations and I,

; extra-small "Howl l," t'ltu.1'1 ll he a-M-.N ir.,a you can best wishes to both couples Mr fuse. Rev. Longo is the pastor of ,Vi FORD TEUCJCS !

po\\t'rCul"ul"r-H"\ ll," extra- iV fo.:'rv-ii ba 'u- '-:ng a J. yo;, !. and Mrs hailer are living in UuRintist ., the Woodlawa Baptist Church "O.H.FORD TRUCKING COSTS LESS U.iq feMlt rpr..M. ta.;:=:= i

" thrifty Regent'' Enjoy acomLirutwn u...' ':td 01 kigh .vain'> tau-cost Pastorium while Mrs west of Lawtey. G. hnu+..c. !ep ts ern

> of famous hear l>t1.', .'i Mi.1 U' titv' ,,
; ? ; '-/ 11 The H C. Kelly family were visiting -
332. P:shiip has not moved to Lawte: y -

.*" she is employed aa teacher iione l relatives and friends ir

y of the Tampa schools the Xw Paver section last Sunday

CANOVA PHARMACY Pr and Mrs W. T. Walter t!. i afternoon. :I ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

went to St Petersburg Thurs The Lawtey Junior High Basket

1'-:: -:" day to visit their son and daugh. Ball team were in Lake Butler

' Starke, Fla. ter-m-law Mr. and Mrs. W. T Wednesday where they playedthe

Walters Jr. Friday being Dr. Wad, Lake Butler Junior High Madison & Adams St*. Phone 118 STARKE, FLORIDAa

.I ters birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wal. i I boys Basket Ball team.

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BRADFORD OOPNTY TELEGRAPn: STAKKE:, FLORIDA
].t. LARY 18. 1953 PAGE sevxx

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walks have almost double, tne frrtr.g everything that we\e t f, .ve-.i A. -' i...1g.a ,d .". -W:. \ -a. M1TIIK TO 'PPE'Rla '
farmer A' -' .. '
TTTTFARMER'S miles
a I
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4 ; values of the head but havent returned )'et. suit\ for J .re here J' r.w...'.. .1 Eat a Florldi("1N'a"!. t'.rt. iradd.r.. C..q. law, Eiobancr: 1;.. : _
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Ckisrerr.Ja iHtnt >l.f: F' 'r.d.e
1- \ c. f ; :':-s W. i. > i'a: r.-.fL ya K.ii ..
Had visit has : and file the .>r:(1:.i': !'n :nrthe
a pleasant by Carl been filed aga.r.st > ou in the .N..h: 1: .'. IVie:.Jalt
Carter who had been on the Market Well we've got our firs: : quailof 1 Took up some of the runners in *l nr named Court and iau<* and I v'.><. \" 7i.Itee "4 jr bet're Clerk the of the l'llr iu : :
4I I the season But before the i our berry patch andset the you are rrtjuirrd ti serve a cop cf >. Twrrrir.. !> Jay of F.!1u.srv.utternts. ; .
ar.d to I > ur answer or pleading to the
E I stopped in get soave T> E.a:: :NthKt'v' .
: "h..se the .
DIARY Game Warden comes to arrest us few skip3.: Now for the first time cumplamt on the Plaintiffs ; .1"-' ul r. *;-. atlegattoutCompla.nt i
broccoli! We '" A iilrr .
: predict with( nc Attorney T Frank Land rum. > uJ i e'tenara 11 .11 be taken a. ;.. v'
E foundation for it whatsoever that well explain that it was given tc ';we have a 100 per cent stand. Mar**. Florida: i 5't'J.. tigaard Fr, \ lbollro ln- *4 by you.
; I 'fir.
By Sam McGarvey 3 us by a couple of men we let hunt *rd file the original in the .'!..f iou This notice shall fie >' :' : ''-" <1oner
some day broccoli will be a popu- of the Clerk i>f the Circuit Court are hereby \1.t.-4 that a *a.-It week f.'r four : ,,', .' -. .
The author uill be glad to rt- lar food around here. on our place. Read that it was a good ideato on or before the suit I.for' \ 1u.k n the l'rdfd t' ,- .1' .,

: w-he Items of Interact concernIng I oil gate tinges to make them day of February 1953.otherwise t>.'_. ( ... : ...1' c' .. :n : eph .. ,. .

r, the acthltit of farmers In 4 \\> bought a food slicer I last longer. When Sam did it he Complaint the will allefati'ns be taken as of
Bradford County. Sufjr.tion may j :\onh' (when we had money to buy up i, Get yourself a cat people said had the notion to try ome on his fessed This by notice you. shall tee pafellshe ; .: '; r. \I. : : \,'.r ,

be left at the Trlrgraph office or 4 thtngs: with t and used it a little and she'll catch all your rats. Wr .. own joints. They're sure creaking once each week fi>r four eonsevut.it. :
mailed to Sam McGaney, Law )', did. and it worked fine for a and squeaking these da vs. weeks m the Bradford i"oany Tr> Tvvvlvvvv_._.______________
wt But when we got our bacon fraphPatrd r T T T'???YYTTYTTT"
. 4.u..uu last week we decided that this while. But lately we noticed rats :',, U.l'u'.:li"" .
. n : ( 'and mice around the place and we ..tTit'1.. r. V.: > .\ J. T'. NOTICE! PLANNING TO MOVE
uu .uu..uu..u A as a ., ?
to
-- I good time use it. But IITK .' the ,';:r. try .
asked the cat and her 1 .
full-grown
I where NOTICI: )1..- aK I' .' IV .. '
\ :%
Cutworms the to do .t our way. on earth wa.= it Lost but ; -x
were raising kitten about it. Got satisfaction Not'tie is hereby g\t. al': ,'r..1 ". -
I II no '-- --- I Ltt
do
I the
/good. Hunted all the ,-, UN jolt for
dllkf'ns: with our berries! so we got over place ITS and claimants uf the 1-:-ta.O' ,'' c- > ou com
When we first came South we!' and finally located it and tried it from them and then we no 1 1 Mathew Hhoden, dect-aiej, ar.. *i..r.1 .-, RS.ALVAREZ6SC' < plt'te. We operate Knal and lon
a bag of :5) per cent chlordane and I ticed that when they went into fLy required to file v 'tr v<:an s ..':1 WILL PAY CASH ,
the faintest idea of what on the bacon. Does ? "IM r. distance here
itI: hadn't a good job account duly sworn tooth the an.\ a in I' S.
>aterl l the plants using a can on
the feedshed it was to eat thedog's County Judge cf ,' MOVING
were. Don't remember and is a handy gadget. FraJ'J ,.t. :f' .
d >ti k and snapping it over each hushpuppies I Florida within Eight .et. J.__ ,
feed. Looks to us as if the I."nth i fr..n:
(plant Rom our experience this where we tasted them the first s the fil,ng Lr the f:r-t T-ii*:, hrrr. f For Saw Logs Phone 311 250-J
time, but since then we've had' cats eat it during the day time. dt.d ths- :6h tar. .,f 1":1,:.. -. or
mftho saves dust, as compared; I'i. As our hogs are in a dry lot we the mice eat it at night! and Lee 196:. AM Pl'l.PWOOnTDIBEH
to them lots of times (from a pre- i i I have to 0\\.n TS Ih ,,1..r,1', : r "
sack.ft to
using a burlap r try keep some kind of
he his
too. Andit
daily helping
gets Fellenl
I ) but Alice is mixing 1. :v 4t tnllf Sloraye FaeilitiesR.
rUM mix
wasting a lot of steps clown the greens before them all the time. costs 9c a pound. -
long t 70 foot> rows to refill the her own and they taste pretty good |I! We give them the left-overs from a > "K TO A IV-t t Card Will Urine Me
I U'I'fUI
ran Sam tumbled to the fat to us. i i I!: our Roadside Market, including Walter Wilkerson stopped in In ('!Irruit your,. llrajford County, To :See You. : f B. ALVAREZ
: FI..rlda In (haarrrT. .
thai if he put the tack of du.it i i I outside cabbage leaves Looked up to ask us whether we had borrowed ( '.if"\1! > : t 1..1'1.: ..: .. x i. .
in the middle of the field I1I I i. the feeding value of .t'.1 I h'. I I.-- -I'- ', hat D. B. 'Dick' Thomas :
he would small ( same in Mor-
crop his
We
Decided to try a II I molttrap a ;ured '' :N .,. ._,._... __ Agents for Dclcher Ilras.Perr .
;Wr a l lot of steps! Simple! Of bags) of Irish potatoes this year, i,i i nson'book on feeding and discovered him that we hadn't, but after ,oti.'r" tpitriirTo u-c 1.3tt', Fla.
"mrw. but then Sam has never I I so.we rut land for about 12 long I tI that the outside leaves Walter left we felt guilty about don\'t'' 1tr1:hard K. L. -. \.\ >i..<., '. >'man HId;:. S. l'ourt St.
I f and addrf-v l' ; ;:j: i- .t.tni:
made
any claims to being very;| 570< foot) beds As soon as we ]
*>nght By the way. we haven't are able we will redithe land ;i -
f'und n/ dead cutworms yet 1 then lay off the beds put a bag I IJ

-o we are afraid that the dusting J iof 4-7-5 to the bed and then bed I -- --- -- -- -----.-- .
failed i are high,
iup on it. Seed potatoes
I this year, but we figure that they'

One of the best dishes we'vehad should bring a pretty good price.

in a long time was good old- I! .
i
fashioned vegetable uoup Alice Discovered all of a sudden that

gathered about all the vegetablesshe we had better get some seed tc I I

couM fm.i. and footed( themin plant in a fold frame So we ordered .

with 'r>me strnk mad from some Southland tomatoes! I s When said
I I "BOOSTED"
ome good .soup meat and the noire Pan-American' tomatoes you

onp was RO that and Fort
good after you Florida Giant pepper, !I.
finuhe.1 a bowl of it you could Myers eggplant Got to get the ,

May only one word' more. cold frame ready so that we can
.
plant the seed this week. I II


1 ar Alive shr had!bumped a mishap a fender with our of I We finally. got. the. good rain .you weren't kidding I

.
iii.tl1pt' car when parking!; in we had been asking for and every'thing ., .

StarkI' HO she hunted up the ''1 looked dandy, but before It : L .

U\\'I11 un.J told him about It, andin 1 stopped we almost got flooded. :
-isteii on paying for the damage I The report was that the first ;

Tin- owner Was :*I surprised at i part of the rain was :2: plus inches, ..- -I

IWIII"v./ .." told about It that he HO giieJ that we got about 4 inches / /

iier-nuh said to forget it. Anyhow of water before it ended.Can't Y- A ,.....-,..,-.;.-. _. '
-- ,,, .....- .
aft.r awhile they got then complain though for we arc (: -- ,- ""' !
after a..tlli'.1 to the satisfaction"f still alive if a bit soggy. + I c : :

both parties when All e paid ; i.T. -' II

damages !Set out a few lettuce plants ... > } I.:
., : !
,
the garden soon
(Great takes) in -

",011\1' worms or Lugs or inset j I after the first rain. Then we got. i -' li.

,"' Jiine kind or other were eatin. |n another rain and the plants were

our cabbage, and as we didn'ti i loft to a good wet start. Even the ... .. ... .- .
i i fi.r tht"nto eat we limited plant discarded are" Mill alive. I i I

I MI r> f r cent chlordane The |I Ii i II

I "in! : we get a lyrk out of now i Anyone missing a hogVe
i I' 1'hat we'ie learning how to do heard the familiar sound of a I

hili":' faster and bitter'hen : grunter; at our fence nearest the i _V'

iv. first started farming that job kitchen and supposed that our I d. ',
1 .
ui' iluiting the cabbage would have !! own stinkers had busted out but ,

taken a lot of time Knowinghow imagine our surprise when we I !

to do a thing easily and! Haw a sow (\'t"ry.'er piggy) I ) -
( \ t
having things where you can get weighing about 200 Ibs She looked @

them quukly sure doe save time. I to have some good stock in i

::( her. mostly Hampshire When I .... .. .. .p \1 = ',.
ope .if the things we Inherited ( last seen she was heading :\v' at!. f t j. ,

when we bought our farm was an a |>rettgood dip. .t
old mule.drawn cultivator. \\'... .;" : y
.
tIl'S Just sitting around here After the heavy rains of thi-! \

i r sin., itself to death whenv< 'week we hail to literally dig out \,
got the bright idea. that it might I tberneThe driving nun all but
I* useful flIt stirring up the ;covered the fruit and we had l t>

middleWe hooked It on the pick over the patch to get the tU'r.I .
( ".. .. r r
-
cultivator frame of our tractor. 'I nes picked (Hf ripe) discarded! -- "... ..
ned it ltd it worked pretty well uncovered So far we've sold about
,
I'' stir! ip the soilerv lightly $to worth of berries and that is

and that is a change from the $tn more than we had at this .
way Sam uMiillv cultivates: lwK time last vear I ",

,w'f so d-.opU' nuts! tunes that he ; ti 11 "
i .... lliU ,, ',
all but srratihe- Chinaman Dut we have a lot of work tc .. ...
1 do now in the berry patch. We ... .>. ..::....;$'''' i.:.o.;... .... 11 u.v. $
Keen e.iting a lof of smoked: fu'1f'1 ltk
: have to loosen up the soil on top F _
_
rnrat lately we have our first of the beds, and on the edges. ?+ .. . '... '6H1
hams: 111"1' bacon which we raised' I' we'll have
drier
i! and) when it gets
oUI'5t'IThe big hams from I each plant sc .
to wish around
rtlomlie an- good but little ham!: that the !leaves can get going I :
fm Knot head (the. runt pig \\'e, again, and also pk off the knot !! '

U.iti-hered are tough as s>ho tv. nu- ood b*'rrie*>. : : t. II
leather One It.l't' had ham and l ?
all ol f I
abbAKe) and! Irish potato Going to attend the meeting ,
which we rat il, and they were at the Court House called by the ._ _____ _

oiiRhty fine eating We da not t: ;, new ('ountyJf'nt George Hug-

have a lot of money but we sun gui>. We think such get-togethers .

are eating m'ghtv! fine food I are a good idea and we want tc
show that we mean to co-operate You ought to hear what Gulf customers are saying ACTION RIGHT FROM THE START -

robbers.\ ,ouple stopped of very at our big place hearted this I.i, with the new.Agents about the new, boosted NO-NOX. And it's true You get Safety-sure pickup in every traffic and highway situation

week ant offered to buy our hen s I C ire's bHon hnipiup around f<>{ i all these benefits I
;!k pound \\"t'll. we KM\\ big from the fuel-saving start. '
right
at I a ,. wine time now with a callous or I snappy,
'that the }Price was a little belowmarket bunion or some such thing on the
so that wa n't too bid! bottom of his left foot. As If It
; !
LONGEST POSSIBLE MILEAGE! KNOCK-FREE SMOOTHNESS !
asked how man
but when they i isn't bad enough to have to navigate I II .
how i
and
eggs much we we were were getting paving for eg'*. on sort a of rather a leg.

aver mash wenhump and thenaid-. we in quietly effect tha'bufirnilv t'!'t t .I then calltt'to Tried get a some corn of or Doctor a whatyou-Some- I And Gulf NO-NOX mileage is really! smooth. ) knocks and pings.> And it takes care of the stalling .

hI.our top We may b<1. xi\-or-other's!. patented foot fixers problem. Get new boosted NO-NOX and let your \i
stui-k with our hens and we ma!I I ,
j, and they helped mewhat..
will
be exeivtlme wrong
J.unc !
start living
then, hut wore "tuhh... \n "n'lud!'. ''Never: knew before th:> how many engine #
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Get a full tank and get the full benefit from -'



REASONABLE New Boosted I

: I- h.lrt' attondiHluth the il.e:: -t 'i: C ,

"; l1\'l'rt'! serving bring to us the iru-nu- .

t1lP IIi the great communities wbc": : :
;
r iIII1iir
llr ore
t,.



-- DeWITT I C. JONES ,i ii i NO-NOX aso ine


tiur.. Phone. 7 Starke. Fla.

I
.. 4_
--1' .
Funeral Director Ambulance Service f1MGulf's -:

.:';-_z"1. '-. Our local funeral home enables as to offer conveniences sad w finest ever for I

'+r semces not otherwise available
::.. .

...... r-_, t tt anti-knock i power and high-compression i performance .

t ;: We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and #

I t accept ANT life insurance policy In force issued by ANY I .....
company, BJ payment In part or !in full on a funeral. j'j'I t

Consultation carries no obUp.Uon.I' .
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PACE EIGHT BRADFORD COC>TY TELEGRAPH. STABKB. FLORIDA

___ = ___ '___ = ___ rKID\Y. JAMARV 16 1951
-- ----- -- -- ;;;;' = -

HINTS TO YYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYT NOTICE TO IPPEin :9;;: f.r \,,'\*:.J- ,-vf Chapter iii. b' '.. ,.S O -
:
tautts 1\EnJed. t.J: t\'tr1C.
In first l.urt, Bradford C.. : 1911 a. amflldtd as
1- Florida: In lI.anfY. Bf" Florida Statutes, 19(1. M amended All persons clalminjc any rights I..partmut of Fl.>rl4a ..' .II.1411&htt.
HOUSEWIVESOKANCEXtT BRADFORDHIGH Mar H-r.i. '. Cr. and that it 15 the intent of John };. on.er.tt t1r t., said vr""r*.> IT 1- N aJ: l'oId1 r &U4 ia
J ?r ih: *: v.-.sby.n Defendant.aby PU.r.-.iff.: : TS fct@d:: r .. 1'.r. :i'Beyerase :- :1'. ..'.* tar th-ref are hereby r-ju r- ..1'r.da, ,. .n end I' ,10101 .' t' .hal'
1I i' partr.r. :, F:, r !t. < I u; l'ar a' '1 ,> rAA' .a ..... ad '.rl' rite
WE .v Case xo.: 931'otire r't n v I ; '" i Jie' .. ". i \1 'I .ft a, .,iiA
.
To
tppearTr St-: 1; .... r tear it
4J J, seph' C. Crosbv. wh-> .,j. F
se rr-:
Lots of and lots of rug ,
oranges ?
I .
d : c ad address IS: l'nknl>wn. i e
are now on markets. How aboutan 1 r .tr LIGHTS : Qr
orange-nut pie for a January .
It.\'orce. .. ..
{ otir custody and : -
_
Here's from t
'fyLuraPOHCA. desert a reap :: .r.jr child
-
E .
L NEBRTierHn ; cookery specialists of the U. S. Department BJ Brenda Bradford ra: '. t'-'\ filed against' y. ;j ii --
named Court ,
a- anj cause ar. te GROCERIES I
of Agriculture: i ." required to n'e a ifi
.
\\ th January da)% slip <""c.'.n'"lt' v-t' it.un. Taking care 2 milk; 1.2 to :! Ingredients: cups .
b>" on wing I quilt. and drraatoter of tne dead dk.r.g ambulance: plaint: "'n the Plaintiffs Attor-.e
2-3 cup sugar; 3 tablespoons cornstarch Well here we are, back at the Ray Selden. Selden BJ.Id : s Ear1COOK'S MEATS
J
r.rwd catalogues. I nwlitate! calls< anytime day or night. Ir. ; 1-i teaspoon salt; 2 eggs,, old 'end of the seml'-tt..r' blues Daytona Beach Florida a
"ant tie the or.gir.al the ...ff.ce '
n
'snow, ram or blizzard husband -
un jn-atncM.: I my :separated; 1 orange-grated rind 1 Sleep eat study, sleep! eat, study :"- ''jerk! of the Clrcu.t '..urt
t goes. Now he does not look or before the Ii of FEED ;
walnut day Jaauar.r. \
and 1-2 chopped study study, and \
He did his best with all hi* ,for fame juice; cup study some : i:; otherwise the allegations !
.. as the poem says nor t
' might, I 'or pecan nut meats; pastryI; more. Chin up kids. Exams don'treally said .'omplamt will be taken as.c :.-
, after (even much money, for some are tablespoons sugar. last forever 'fessed b) >'ou. Phone 339.J } .2 Mile From Starke City Limits North .
labored
He on :
year.
year This notice shall be PU.hbh.j
And yet hu world was seldom (chanty, case, and his heart is K I To make: Scald the milk in a cie each week for four eonecu.e.., Quantity! Rights Homed Prices in this ad tft'clithru Sat Jan. I IT

tender, with seeing so much sorrow double boiler. Mix the sugar cornstarch Today the Speech Club presented J weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph -,
bright, | i :
that never has he told d TTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTrTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTrrrr
The he viewed was 'l and salt together thorough-,( its two one-act comediesfor Dated this 20 day of December ,
sky selloml i funeral that was too high for the I I' HIS!:!.
i jly.l Add the hot milk. Stir until the high school The public HANNEK: P. 'L 1'INE1T1.K:
lean; ones left on earth I have ; OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
'' to pay. thickened. Cover and cook for 15'enjoYed them :
lie gave the beat he had to give, thoroughly when Clerk of the Circuit Court Lb
watched him now for many years minutes. Add some of this mix.I ;'they had the ?)? Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk OzConHI.I
: opportunity to see,1 OLE 11C
the to
And right
merely won ,
with amazement and I 16:! 4t 1/16
live. ; great re- I ture to the well-b-aten egg yolks. them in December. j I JUICE 46 32C

i spect. He has such companion for I Return to the double boiler and MUM E: 10 \ri-r.\u:

He dune to hope with purpose I all of those! he serves I can fee cook a few minutes. Remove from 1 The library staff members whc'I!',I 't IB I.rla(f'irrul: lu('.(ur hanrrrj.Aidrrw (. I'-raUfurd. tnuol<. WITH MK \T OKDEK> OF ;S.I or MOKKFKES1I _ _ _ _ _
grim; it in his eyes. Others feel it. One heat and add the orange and nuts. I.slry. Plaintiff. Ma-
He strove to win the world' attended the Florida High School ,belleV. Bosky! Defendant 1'. HO-E):; : tEll: I Mi PAtK
| whose mother baked
lady we buried, said. Pour this mixture into a
applause; J, Library Council meeting at Crescent Case No ?;jotlre .' I) I)
"It is 50 nice to have an undertaker crust, and let stand for a few
Hut few men ever notice him who cares about you and minutes Make a meringue from 1 City last Saturday had a I,! \ Mabelle T. lpprarTo "'. Posley, whose r,->- Lb
Or rated how dutiful he was. wonderful .Ime and got a lot ac- !i j: i idence and address IS: 121 S. I;. 1N&sFU'Lb 5
the well-beaten whitest table-
what happen to That ; 49cRICE 64C.
you.
With all the of the /! complished. too. The eighth district I I '6oth Street Savannah, Ua.
courage ; touched my heart, and I am sure fpoona sugar; a few grams of salt y .:-r are hereby fled that a
;: of which B. H. S. is a mem- suit for
brave.
I I.all the Morticians in the small I and a little vanilla. Spread overjthe Divorcehas

The best he had to give, hegave. ': |towns and smaller cities who know i top of the filling to the edgeof ber. nominated members to run I been filed against you in th.anuvf .. -XTH.PEn.L:
'f, for state office Fay Paulk won i named Court and ratite ani II 1 1jyou
j the crust. Bake in a very Io'r I MEATY Hill
everyone are like my Don and I are reuirrd; t" ,erv' a copy ".I AM I n) 1IRISKKTLb :
One day he learned to cease te ; well loved.Awhile 1 moderate oven <325 degrees F.) a Crescent City girl:: in the !! ;yi>ur answer lOr pleading to the ,-i"i.- Box
1 race for treasurer noTanee. '! plaint on the Plaintiff Attorn Lgc
rare call j for 15 to 20 minutes or until lightly 'I Ray Selden, Selden Building, VEL 19C
a
ago came for an
For rich rewards for !
or applause ;, browned. I i Daytona Beach Florida STEW 39C
I ambulance. Our dry cleaning man The annual staff reports that and file the original in the office "'
; j'He ;
I lrid I'mil 1U1UEasy I the Clerk of the; circuit Court <,1. ;
was out on his route and was the pictures taken just before !
toiled for love, and then and'! or before the 26 day of January
there I 'stricken. He is on his way now tc : to make with no cooking, Christmas have returned from the I i. 1953: otherwise the allegations ,.< KKI.HKl:

The world found out how great I 'a hospital. I feel all sick inside required licious as yet a confection wholesome for and children de-. photographers and the seperate I'fessed said Complaint by you. will be taken as c'at- WHILE THEY L VST DRY) SVLT

he was for I do not know just how ill hr photos have ken placed on sale, j This nonce shall he publiMi] Lb
; | ; 1 and grown-ups in the family are once each week.tnr four ;onsecum'weeks
For love of what he did he 'is. dried fruit balls. Ingredients: 1 Everyone is proud of the wonder- in the Bradford County Trlr-! 5 49c

strove, I i i ii one-half done.I I ful pictures for thisear't! Tornado graph I
My quilt : over 1-2 cups ground seedles raisins; 1 Dated this 20 day of December MULLrTfISHLbl5CI'IE.tl'I'LE :
You business folks won't want
And straightway all his ventures am planning< a pretty border cup ground prunes; 1 tablespoon I 1952. I
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
;, it to to without
throve. I ;and fancy edge when the quilting j lemon juice.. 1-6 teaspoon salt. Tc go press your ad'i Clerk of the C.rctnt; CourtLy ;

S. K. RISER1'I': 'is finished. It is such a lovely afternoon make: Wash and dry dried fruit. will you' Ii I II Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk SI.KKI) MINDLESS IIIIK.\hr\ST:; '
.
'I 1226:! 4t 1 I'
I here It is cold and a big Put through food chopper an I Flat Can !

The above poem wan sent to me. I snow i ion the ground. The seed :; measure Mix all ingredients thor | We are very sorry to lose! twc I S Lb IftC rID-BITS 15'SMOKKII
1of our Seniors to Uncle Sam's loIIOM ir '\1n'III': :
T. me it is a tribute to most men ,! 'catalogues are in the mail now oughly. Form in balls made fron TAKi: :N"Tlci' : Tilt IqF.: : d! B CON
Air Force. Fredrick Conway and I >II.III. hrc.r.: > \'b' '''II'\ \ l I"1':, !
who toil along life's climbing way. ;' and I am going to order my :seeds: a rounded tablespoon of the mix r : .
I I
Neil Crawford will be u ith i'i 1 >, ; .j! \ '! -- rl..i i.il I
T think of so many men who day soon T hope we i In' have good ture. Roll each ball in confection leaving us- .I "". '" v ... '! 1;I i,1 1i : t ElI.OHOSE
er's until the 27th of this month. \\Y will!! 1.1 I II.! > \ 1- < \ I
after Ilatoil for th -ir families luck this summer, and put away j sugar well coated. TENDER ('IIl,1IOST: ORS f

I think of Ihf t Doctors and my lots for winter I have a hindquarter i really miss you boys i. .. _. '_ .
i Lb I
"AH husband: who fur so many of beef in the deep freezer -- -
!Put on the lid and cook slowly. Another Lb FLOUR 15 $1.89 1
session
of
the Senn

I tears! has toiled daaint night and I have plan fat to spoken get some for pork to renderfor now 1 I'Dfl Serve not immediath lift the lid with for 20 chicken min.1 Court more disobeying was held this pupils week were and tried t\\r! AHENTION STEAK S E 49C


my lard. j and a salad. I hope like them.
I you and
FRIG1DAIRETHERE'S E(.G NOODLES: why not make '. CLAY HILL: Nice letter from i found guilty.. t ti If You Have I.t.\\ "LsTEHPORK \ 11 1 1 DVIIVS ( Hill With Beans i

-KH noodles in that chicken broth Daisy Lang Some other letter? I
The D II S.
fur a fhange" I made some the from readers who n-ad- Library has justreceived PINE: OK CYPRESS

JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE utlvr day and'lhey did taste good.| ing this my column. Thanks enjoy for all' Miss Audrev 50 new Newman books of all librarian.types !| TIMBER TO SELL CHOPS S Lb SSC CON CARNE 33C :

rut up chicken and stew Salt tc. .' your kind words. I, like the poem, is proud to announce. Most of i!

t taste When chicken is tender', i have come to like my work be- these books | Large or Small Tracts
were requested, t tIIll'1OHY
Made only I liy General; lift out of broth Strain broth and 2 i j cause I love doing it. I ask nc the students byj I

Motors) Corp. All other kim off a lot of the fat with a other reward. Spring. These students themselves will have last : H'c Buy All :; rOl'\THr: \\ HITLPOTATOES"Lh: I

Electric Refrigerators are l.nlleor spoon. Make noodle For, : John Ruskin said, "Unless we
the first chance to read
their
made liy other companiesand two pi-ople u1 1 whole egg a, ( perform divine service with every book. I PAY TOP PRICES Lb i

cannot use the word IFrhidaire | tablespoon of cream added will willing act of our life, we neverrperform e B A CON 39CI I 49C

: I i make a few more Two eggs make it at all. The Student Council pins havee ,!1 ,

I a lot of noodles. 1 Service is the way of thi arrived. They are bronze with i Write{ or Call I

Want{ A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE !j! Put a. pinch of salt in the egg I GREAT not pride. black enamel and very pretty eeeeeeeee eeeeeeeee--------------------------------------- -------.--- !,
i and i add] flour to make a firm I I am sure Ute new Presidenta
You'll now be able to rerof'niuthe :
? ? I dough Roll out on a flour!i I has great sense of duty to hi F members of the P. H. S :Lawn | B.T.THOMASLUMBER We Have Plenty Of Large Roe Mullet, Speckled I I i

hoard to paper thinness. Let don country, to at last decide to I Force '
on sight.
THEN: SEEE. : I
.> half hmtr Put flour on rye! for president He so much wanted<:?! tt. CO. Perch and i
Shrimp
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Oysters
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i top and roll up Cut in stripsAny 1 to retire on his farm with his wifE '\''k> The Student Council has al.sc PHONE \
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H. SMITHTenth i size I cut about 1-4 and rest. \Ve must stand back of'[ been refreshment at the '_ ,. .,_ I
wide Unroll and let dry anothe hrI: I him and help with all our prayersa Basketball selling games in order U I P. O Box 735 '"-.. _- -__._ __ ._ ,_._ __ :> .o-.__ __ __' .H.: ,: _'_, ._ : -_ ::- ; : -,_-=. ::5Coke.
and Temple Ave. STAKKE: FLA.
I half hour. Bring the broth to ; and I in evenmanner.' raise money to pay bark the $W0.( ,

boil and in noodles -j I live now God bless yOU all '
i drop carefully -'
Starke Fla. debt to the P. T. A. Alrt'ady.the -
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r Stir t''t'ronrt' in awhileConway's I have raised about one-fifth

:\ : of the sum by this project the perfect drink

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Service StationAMOCO 'I 1'11'1, '''J|: I"Thit i.ni-t.r rtu-ter with U.Clerk Kaglev of Ciri in The feelings of a few underclassmen Let Us Thoroughly

i ", t''. it- i.f Ili.nUord County Plod !
I d t. t i. d. twills I name of "Stark I
(G.\; AND OIL :.u\ :M .t.l I,' under which he intend s I'd like to be a Senior Wash Your Clothes for "work breart'I
t n\ .'ii .is his sole and indiviiiiiii's And with the Seniors stand our
", .1', II the ol't'rationof Ii!
Washing Greasing; Tires, Tubes & galleries ,II' ,, .iirt mrid, County. A fountain pen behind my ear. 9 Founds i
(Signed: ) Chester H. Raffle'|:*I A note book in my hand. I :
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PHONE: I 117 FOR SERVICE I I would not be an emperorI I I: For 40c (! ,
Mint: 10 UMT.\U would not be a king,
|1'" ( Ir.-nlt Cuurl. r.raUfonl r''unl>.
{ Klorliln: In 1 h.'y. I'd rather be a Senior I FREE Bleach If Desired I
Ride Florida Greylwund Musses | ,M I.. I''irU: Plaintiff, vs. Tom And never do a thing. at work
i .J"I f:tai l h, IVfendant Temple A\e. star* your pause
SPEED SAFETY COMFORT ECONOMY 1.1" Case No. 330 b't I
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T.1. 'rosin TH \1'1"' Joe'"'' Iurk. whose resl(_ See you next week I truly refreshing. Have a frosty bottle u,

1.1'n. ,- i. \\'. (....Ika. Oklahoma an LKAKTO FLY the CUSYU'UII. /'aas/ ///OH i n'! I. .. ,,Mr.\ ->- :I' c'o T. O nllrI iI I of pure, delicious Coca-Cola T1 l
Oklah"in.
!I' It i: \ i 1'" W..tt'.tka. i WeWiU
1 \ h I t. \notified, that aa i
Slaughtering Tags
learn1'florie 117 I

"] ; i I'.fir\. .! ,..U.i.l i n-'uily. and contrc.l o,,f Available Here : Dry Your Clothes and be yourself again. 1,, i (

': For 20c I 1 tr
For Farmers I
In New AutomatiDrier*I IL

Condensed Statement of Condition of FlI nWI'9 .If" reminded! that they

can slaughter and sell! livestock / r

nr livestock' products by gettingan l

inspection tag from the county
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK
agent's office in the agricultural
building.The The \Yasheteriav 5 / I ; / fan Ayrt I

01' KEYSTONE( IIEi( 11TS, FLORIDA requirement regulating th

use of this inspection tap a. r

From Report to Comptroller at the ('h'e of Uu..iness. December :'U, 1952; cording to County Agent GeorgeHuggtns /
t\
is that the animal i u I J ii ,
have been rai trd by the farmer
RESOURCES( : must have been healthy a' the \ / -. ; 6 d I !

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time of slaughter and must have
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LOANS AND DISCOUNTS c1/6-'_)'.1 c been slaughtered in a sanitary j
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U. S. GOVERNMENT OBLIGATIONS 6SS.9i>6.41 manner. e \ \z/ d

CASH AND I DUE> FROM I KANKS 142.60S.9S This program is for the benefitof / i

FURNITURE: AND FIXTURES: 6.953.61 I the farmer who rais,';; a few .' ;. .. I ,, e I Ie
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OTHER ASSETS: 4.9S2.05: urplus animals and wants 'tr ci";:
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laughter them for sale to loch!I, I 1 tl _

markets If you are in the busy 1 )

1.020.071.23 ess of buying animals for slaughter L. lWmi : 1 .: ?

ABILITIES you must continue to have 1

your meat inspected by thr state =- .... t
CAPITAL STOCK $ 50,000.00 ', inspector. ... _

SURPLUS 15000.00 This inspection tag for farm t41

UNDIVIDED) PKOFTTS S.736.69 raised and slaughtered meat animals e

DEPOSITS when properly issued will::I.
945,293.6'1ESER'ES &
; pass: inspection by any state re -

1040.92 presentative. Hugging said t t / LI L\\

.Local merchant; are encouragedby 2: PropertyOwnerNeeds \ Ii

31.020.071.23 the count agent to use loca:!2 I

products when they meet the consumer I

itb, Officers demands. t ,


w J. ED. LARSON Chairman of the Board Windstorm Insurance
has iK-m f..rd against j 'j in thai e
G. E. WIGGINS PresidentAL ).>te n..mr-l r-iurt and aje an.i (
' you are required to sere a pv nvaur :f Cost is low-Insure Now
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NELSON I
VicePresidentX. answer .r pleading! I. the <" ::
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2 piart: .n th Plaintiff Attfrm-i
m.a.I WATSON HARDENBERGH, JR Cashier
.. William D. Morgan. SOT Clan, ,
e- BuHdirg! Jacksonville Floridaand !
Charley E. Johns
file the i.r.?nal in the r.if.r cf:
Directors the Clerk of the Circuit r-u.-t 01
n" before the !C day of Jan ua .
-r--:: 151.: otherwise' the allegations 7.n Agency

1 DR. E. H. CLARKSON: J. ED. LARSON" I said Complaint will be taken as .) i IlZllliniufllnf
feared
by ) >u. Phone IS
STABKK .
FLA.rk
.J J N.11'.IIARIENItERGHJR. A. G. LOUDON ThIs notice shall be puMlshr., ..de
i once each week for four n-ecutn
AL NELSON C. I. TOLLES i weeks in the Bradford County Trie' -
IOTriED. UNDfl AuTMOIttf, OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY If

II. L. WALKER G. E. WIGGINS F. M. WALRATH, JR. I graph.' US Dated! this JO dAy of Decembe:. a. STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. .., ..... ,
e I9JJ THE
COCACOIA pMts rr
Clerk of the Circuit! (:' un t .. "Coie" a 'eg te'ed tfode.tt\Ok. (
?y Mir-a" L C'rvsby..oo..ut "" ]"' etreat.LnO THE TRAVELERS Hartford I

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.' ..YYY.n..mn ::: honor the your.peopt' with > would be either killed! '.'
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1 ant A Hpm; 3s g f| H: banquet Friday night at the 1 Mr. Whitesides is up a.t i It,

& Keystone Heights W r.ar.: s Hub Mrs R 0 Marta again Mrs Whiteside.- ar. i .:.. _
rJ e BY CLINT LBONNER teat r.er of the class. !has dl1rg-e ter Glenda are also n-i1" "? :-i:

) :; .. b, Mrx.Members Sara t.I>luIJ ': the program Mrs. Eula Walker has boc"
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.. met on Wednesday thu week
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Jan. 1, at the home of H. 1 MrsLouis Olson has :o': .:' .
of :he ih.rv.ne.! and,
: I: L. Morgan At this meeting pluu, from the hospital where -.c :' ,
Methodist ChurchThe 'Christian Rescue the Perishing- situ organizations the l'onunu-I i
: were made for a Valentine DanceAt been for some time. Mi>" >, ::
nit are working together m planning I j wtU be with her for a sh T': .
Fiat Methodist Church of Cor ('all!! least the plans got as far as!!r
i : a "March of Dimes Dinner" until she is able to be abo.. ,
Starke cordially invites you to attend ( Sen' es A blind woman takes a hack ride deciding that the dance will tx!" : tMr ) I
t the following services of worbhip at Legion Golden fried chicken potatoes, held the > ana }Irs. AC v,
19. The can be (() ToETESS. Frances Jane Crosby She was led to tie speakers platform. After making salad, a vegetable, mils, coffee on evening of February i have a new daughter bo'- .
r on Sunday January a talk she stepped down. to work among New 14. Details as to the place, .
half of her 95 yean teaching the and pie or cake will be served price ,
w k'e have not hear.ltho "
Church School Iwgtna at 9Severy : BIle!: ) York's lowest derelicts. From that experience came
popular ballads that for the Thursday. January 29th from 5:30: and kind of music will be an.
Sunday morning with a Morning the inspiration for OLe of our greatest hymns. new arrival WIn ht n \ "
soon forgotten But after five years Fading home Fanny Crosby was oblivious to at the Woman'* Club The culinaryskill nounced later.A Frank Walrath Jr. wer! .
The I1
munion a
clans for every age group. her fame circled! the globe.
the clattering traffic. Before retinng she put on i of the women in our to1and \, .
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I good of the week with a party to H. :
servicebgin ed" part population I
church
Sunday morning new career "Aunt Fanny" made paper the words she had written in her mind
at 11 o'clock. The Rev T. Evening : iUng revivals and missions to study The nee morning she sent the verses to Composer some men, too. has becomeso of Keystone Height*. including > a hunting trip He will be I.
G. Mitchell will preach Sunday Too Busy" hymns *e.d to gather mate William Howard Doane In Cincinnati. Doane was well known that dinners served your correspondent, are suffering!. ; about two weeks
And. having contracted to do a business man who had taken up music as a hobby.and to the public have attracted from ,'f ,
on the ubj<v '"
morning Midweek week for one publisher alone, she the hobby had evolved into a profession large, trowd and a record atteniiar ,
makes the Church Vital", Special of of music and !3.'kf "flu" orinis X"1 r :ternti" Barb-Mi: I"1 T -'
Bible! Study He earned the degree doctor jet ,! ,. .- t't', ted f'r this .
muiic will be furnished by the tian St. night in the Sum er of 1869 that scores to many of Fanny Crosby's nearly 9.000 :q :t'l.ir.: f\'. I! There is een :I '- \< (."-1"' hi, W IV: i- i '
Senior Choir. woman called a hack and rode hymns. t \t'- I 'eA i" e .\ K: A warm Here the words the blind poetess wrote in , .
In Brooklyn to a mission in the are Tr.: H K : :> : '\ "<* 's.' \" >'' I1 I: II" ,, \ '
Sunday evening at 7:30: :Mr one "where got around that the author of "Pass her mind on that memorable hack ride through the l'. '. .
i '''' i. Jo v ;Kt i > : ',', ,
Mitchell will preach on the subjert stranger." Savioar" was in the audience. streets of New York in 1569 : '

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"The Power of the Donald periihing. Plead with them earnestly, ..-- -- -- -, ,---- --- --- -"_- -- >,'. '-'-_-",'__ -_<_"' =
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The Youth Choir will sing at th c dying, Plead with them gently 7
evening service. : in pity from sin and the grove He will for,l\e if they only bebe\e.
the erring one; 1
The Rev. Charles A. Thompon fallen Rescue the perishing
of the Florida Service* : of Jesus the Mighty tc so/e Duty demands it; of the
Superintendent ARK
Sunday : Strength for: thy labor! tr* : Lord will provide; PALMS
Home alKnterprtse. t :
Methodist Children's
: slighting H.m. Back to the narrow way
and the Editor oi f i Ralph Patiently "" m them,
waiting
"The Florida Methodist" will b e Morning penitent ch"'d tc ., Te.the I poor wonde;-er a So; :JT hai:!>"6 ,

the guest ajn-aker at the Stark Mon topic: Keystone Heights> Florida I

Methodist Men's Fellowship sup- Vesper : i

jr on .fonday evening, JanuarY, garet Hose I
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the Methodist
19. at 7 p. m. in Wednesday
Frllownhip Hall, it was announced 1 Choir ( .itc _- -w1 b<
PROGRAM
i -- SEASON :
the week by president C. II. N'as Men's 1953

worthy The Starke Wesleyan I speaker, 7 nonis OF SKINia: : SUNDAYS ;3 i P.M. \\KKKDAVS I
Service Guild will have tharge olIhi i : A.M.I : :.to( ".'1. !
tr gradual BInI' '"m.IIL A.A. I I
raturer
tlru'rited
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lIuN*r. Reservations for th AIK January 17-21-Ke\'. G. Allen Fleece President Columbia; Bible College !
supper( may b 4' made by ron
Horace F. Dean I Church of ChristCorner January :25-31?;) : Latin American Mission
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tarting: Mr Nasworthy. Sunday : -including Anton :Marco Ht" '. It. Kenneth i
preaching 11 : K.: M.uISIain Will Be SpeakerAt I 10th and .Mr.Mahuu Strachan. HeHorace L. Fenlon Jr.. Ht'Ua) > ton Roberts He\ i

('in'iu'ii or JKSIS. niuisr nmg jee"J.: : : Sen ices Tabernacle i Bible School10 A. M. W. A. Letter '.

OF UTTrKV: SAINTS: 'evening H' : : : vvs Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:30: February 1-S-Christ For \mt'rica-Florida Regional;. Conference, Horace F. Dean.)
Services each Sunday in oil M.v: illev i and : h Sihn.il ]II 1 f-r;:., 'p. M. Director
sonic Hall on K Call St Sundaj r i Broker in & St.ni.un I, Player Meeting and Bible study
School 10 am. Sacrament Setvii .. '! picture "The : People's Svn- I each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Sunday February 1-Dr.) M.I H, Dell inn. Radio Bible Teacher

6 30 pin tvf'n'"ne'ekome Kxer>one IM l i SL I Everyone welcome.l'KNTKCOsI.MIOLIN. Devotional) Hour ( Haily-Dr) ) E, Schinlt-r English.

:\II'NION: Evangelistic Sen ices -
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TV .,- -- : d.m. ;'Jnl; 1 .--uh- !. : ) t11l'I CII S:00 1..M.: ( Daily)-Dr.) Jesse lIend't'' '. Ur.) John /.oiler
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n' Sunday School 10 a.m. Afternoon Speakers-Dr. E. It. Hamard. Col. John Fain, and others
FIRST BAPTIST I t M! 11 I
< rn Service a.nu
: & Mel I/!.t' ,"I' ng Sunday!February1)r.. Hob Jones Jr.. President Boh Jones tTnltersityI'ebruar'
.K\ti t.ng: Sen-ice 7:30: p.m. I
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It I< nigtn : 4r p.m. Saturday nigh February>> lfi0:? -Lawrence T. Chambers, Studies on the Tabernacle I
Starke Church 195: m.
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February 22 (Sunday)-Dr. Raymond Edman. President Wheat College
!RKV.( : LEWIS: D. HAINKS.
9'15: a m. <'.\IW 01' Til.\.NhsV February :2.5-27?; _.\ssociation of Bible (Conferences and ('amp-Special Feature :
Jeffers4n and Court StreetsIn ',- .
::30 a :
Phones Office 2t:, I \\ \\ ...h to extend heartfelt Dr. Edman, Jack WvrtzenFebruary
Wed :S ou< : 'm I
tiatiKtot i the beautiful flowers :2! 'Iarrhrhristian Huxiness Men's (
._ ___ >- lmmittt't.--Suuttll'a (Regional / I
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A J 11:00 I A.M. : ( Club I i
Sunday Sermons: :
ol hin SchiM.I; t. 3rtI'! > Sm March :3.10Dr.. U. A. Forrest, President Toccoa Falls Institute
9:3 I; A.M. Training ,
Sunday >> : n-s and b leavement in the deathof I
Midweek! Service Wednesday : i 4th all Sun M II"8 "a." "m Mr. Mary Driggers. Mr and :March 11-17-Anjjelyn Dantuma. Dean of Women, Moody Hible Institute

________________________ --- ; MM. E c Clark and relatives. March lS-2.: ;>-Rev. Wade C. Smith Contributing: Editor The Sundav' School Ti.m-. i
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FOR FRKK: TR! \\ HIIIHIJ.. r,. ui 'oJ.I., 'i,'r .tin! bernacle service lends interest and '
Excellent Accommodations Reasonable Rates Delicious Meals
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Phone :l'JG-J(; on Sunday 306 I i trt'sld."t, ; Christ i t.a. Annriia", spiritual uplift to the hours of :
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10 a.m. Morn : inieid,*niii.iiamal| c\'angelistlci I worship. '.; ';-= :_: __:...;':: _d-_ .. :-' _-'_' -, =: =_:_ c __ .. H. :: ::: '-
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a.m. Evening! movement, will be heard at the

: YPE Service\ Gospel Tabernacle Friday, Jan. I
: Prayer Meet
16. at 7:30: p. m.

1I An Ark Of Gopher : : t'y 1 Mr. Dean is a native of Texas. 3

10 a.m. Morn a Bible teacher, evangelist, and ; of the many reasons why these
Will he the topic of the YPE Serv I author of several books. I

: p.m. "Christ for America", with
Sunday night: at 7:30 I headquarters in Chicago, is a nonprofit

.\\\ :N I organization, incorporated 11

First Baptist Church/ / B U.TI"'T II Yin 1914 under a Pet&syl\'ania NEW a Ofi GE W@'TRUK5
a..: uhf time Charter. It has a board of 12: directors

Hob (dray.; Pastor !ondd)". Jan. 26 I and an International Advisory

: O. J. Raulerson Council of 130 spiritual
Hible School JO)1.) H.T.f. ( :t() : I
conduct the leaders of the U. S and Canada.
Morning Worship 11 .:' is invited. Come The organization has sponsored should be seen by every truck owner

Hour of Power" Wed., 8 with you. I 135 united city-wide or countywide I

Sunday school .1 evangelistic campaigns resulting
: 11 a. m.; song in "tens of thousands:: of

"K\erjone: Welcome To The Church : preaching 7:30: i I converts"'. Tabernacle, according to J. T. Quigley NEW! More Powerful Engines !

The Theme At Et ery Serb prayer meeting i sponsor. "The Seven brawny en-
7 :30!) p m. Regular pastor, J.t'. I movement also has circulated several gines with high horsepower and high compression ratios -

Lt ngms. ; million printed revival messages I three of them brand-new. Greater cooling capacity,
I through thousands of
---- I I increased I displacement, twin carburetion available on
churches Mr Quigley said.
Combined Statement, Florida National Group of BanksAt "Christ for Arrenca" is also responsible I larger trucks. PLUS proved features like 4-rinj:

for a corelatedation. I pistons with chrome-plated top ring exhaust valve

the Close of Business December 31 1952 al Fellowship of Prayer Groups."At 1 .- seat inserts. Dodge sets the pace in power!

the present time there arel.SOO I

RESOURCESLoans .I of these groups which meet ,
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I weekly throughout: the nation tc ,
and! Discount 103.315.S53.S1; ; a
pray for a national and world- A.iJ
Banking Houses, Furniture and Fixtures \\id'- re\ \'al.! Mi Quigley <-aidA !:
Including Office Building 5,379,383.13:> r
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Bihlf I'IIL! i! .I 'eaturd! at
Other )Ueal Mate. Owned 63.281.95: ... ,-
th.> Y '"i"' M I '" .t!'s;?:: 'h.> Taber -
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Prepaid Expenses 53,167.72:> : :.
Other Resources 15,834.32: : Thf -!\t', :e. -.1 ,'t' i !v. T'

Customers Liability C .
;-- < Extra-Powerful Brakes !
NEW
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Letters of Credit 261.091.47 - Stop C

Accrued Interest and easily on the steepest grade fully loaded! Super-safe

Income Receivable} 1,19j,08.36;:; LONG BRIDGE brakes give smooth stops, reduced driver fatigue, less

U. S. Glwl'rnrUl'nt Securities 199,643,478.034: : CHURCHH. possibility of breakage with fragile loads new in- .

Florida County :Municipal: Bonds 20,352: ,71-.10 creased stopping power on through 21 i _>-ton trucks!

Federal Reserve Hank Stock 723.000.00 PLUS Dodge's oversized braking surface with rivet-

Other Securities SS7.726.02150.C69.000.14: : w free Cyclebond linings on all hydraulic brakes.

Cash on Hand and Dae from Hanks 373,50-1,96.67) .

4S2,593S: 14.09
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Capital Stock 7.300,000.00: r : NEW! Truck-o-matic Transmission New
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Surplus:: 20942500.00! i Truck-o-matic transmission available on ; _,- and ,-ion

Undivided Profits 1,132,541.72: 29.625,041.72::! : '4. t' models of Dodge "Job-Rated" trucks..saves shifting,

Reserve for Contingencies 4.653,029.96::! cuts driver fatigue, lets you rock out of snow, mud, ind.

Reserve for Taxes, IntereSt Ktc.: 2.344.96S.02: Only Dodge offers shift-free Truck-o-matic! I'H'S ?

Interest and Income Collected, Not Earned 1.420.017.6:, 4. 4l 4. ::9 t ( a grot Fluid Drive famous power cushion that prolongs

Rills Payable: 500,000.00\ -- .. truck life, protects your load.
Letters of Credit 2b.>.O:>S$';' Jr : :

Other Liabilities S23.7S

-t Deposits 4t3.7S1S7.3S4J2,595S14.0t ./ :.. "1,1, from ; -fon t'rough NEW'1 Over50 Features'!

., hereY O.
: ( 50 new' Ite'nfJf'ed cab ('
:: ; 4.fOlofrfJerTRfJCK. ways ()!:

........... ., OorE. / struttion, larger exhaust ,tysU'ii,
-= '-'' "'- ,... ..'" ''\\\' ":''I-\ -1 pr-rT !.!7"" '" ?/ / / ( ftf ob
yOU.
s .+ /0 eztra-capacity radiators. Tin-e.i!
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-: : \* I I./ ..:J:* / / See us today for a real good deal on glass heaters with sUrpped-up

:Ii : o FE ORT4': \:\ iT,, *-'?, >* ) F. Dean 'f heat output available. PLI'moistureproof j ;.>
r + j ignition, high-
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.=.... :::: ..MffOEUL '\\ /' *.. \ t torque capacity skirting motor, tfKZ
/ Hear DODGE TRU [1(5
/ This
NPOSIT msuiuxa / /# _y-:::: : Famous 00. and other Dodge dependability
BAN R'
CORPORATION = I 4JuFLORM ;l- ,. "'\r"rJ' features See your dealer t+xla., !
. ;, -'J> / I tDA y Speaker

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NIGHTJan. HARDY
\ 7 BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
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Satisfied Customer and (;oud Management: lime Built These Banks 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE FLA. PHONE 69nun.

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for the victory. County Agent seated on the Council at this meeting \oruT TOIPIH f ,-
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Meet Williston/// eystone CouncilRenames /
BHS Cagers Tonight, ; Th boys looked sharp again They ire Fred no.)(j d. F E 1 "lr"1 iowrt. IlradfarI'UrlJa ("...a"t'"t'
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Will Write ColumnOf ? i- f.:,- ? '
Tuesday night against Green Covea Stitvhbern. and Walter King MaHr.d: !: .r .6r pasrtiff.; TS. %,-u\'' r..iit.J! >'" stir'aga Arf t s
Week team that has resumed bijket- Sipe J. srpl C l.r" Y.P. : nd.ht. \ ,
Scored "tlar. -p.rrJt"
Double Victories During Farm InterestA Holdover Council! members an'C..,..* ,o. 953 \ tar answer or 1'.I.r"! z 'r.t
call this season after a one-year Mr N.dre T. \pp<*r .
and .
Sipe DeweyViIh- U.nt: >n the l'lalntlt! t
layoff has been addedto A S Chairman To: Joseph C. Crosby. who e resi naU..n.. Seld..n '.:. ..
r Tonight < Frida\' I the BHS boys The girls had no trouble in their new feature The following chairmen of corndance and address IS: ('lIkI)." Paytona) Beach K.-r: :,1.
and Kirls basketball teams battle last two outing, easily defeating Paul Rivers, center and forward, the Telegraph this week one mittees for the new year were \: --- are hrrcb coied: : tt>at a and file the original in the '
led the scoring In both games with that should be of much interest C L ?!': forDivorc; tl.- TlerK rtf the i tr.-..'t
with the WllUton lads and !lajsU-s. Ocala 44-33: and Green Cove 60-27 Spe was T'-eiected chairman named: Finance C L. Sipe: *. custody and contr"! o or txT"'re n.. :- f' .
d Tilts between the two schools in Coach: Hazerwood baa shifted his 14 against Callahan and 9 points and helpfulness, specially to our of the Keystone Heights city Roads. Sidewalks and Parks F minor vh.d: ljS.;; ,'11't: .
; been and against Green Cove Springs Rivers farm readers. Th s u a weekly council at the baa t e..n t ;..d xt-i'".*' > "j '.... hc >a.ii I r.f... ,.. .
the have always nip witha annualorg-L-jZ3tion EL
past players around and came up 13 Stitchberry: Building and Sanitation. ..tJ.\" Hoard (.'.-.In ar.d ca: .se and f. sad t.k \
tuck from atari to finish, so plenty clicking combination that put in four games has a point column conducted by County Agent meeting held Tueiay night Fred Dodd: Public Safety. ..,.;0 are re..i : .e' "e i 'Py t f Th .
average. Delano Thomas a great Geo. T. Muggins. The first edition 't" answer, rr 1'...., I 'tIC I" tR.' n. .,
of excitement Ui promised.The the skids under a hot Callahan 'ive The oath of office. was administered Walter King plaint on the I'U.n.ff; .\t'w.'> "r' ',_
>
Bradford teams scored that held a seven-point halftime floor man is third with a 8 25 of Farm and Ranch" will be at this time to the followIt was reported that 100 card* Ray Seld .,. .'IJ"n H.J: : 5, ,;r.."
Jut point average per game. while six of tlus issue.: LUyton, He*, h. Florida. t M..-.J tl. t ,
night found on .
double victoria Friday lead. Not until three minutes before page ing recently elected officials: were recently mailed out requesting and file the ong:w: :-. the 'f f.e fft !
and again Tuesday. game time did Bradford even Eenton Futch is just a notch ahead County Agent Huggins hopes to Mayor, H. L. SSo 1g an. Jr ; Tax property owners to express .'!erw ff the i- r... : ." ;. \1.'. FIOIAL. SK O .<\L,. ,
with a 8 75 average. of or before the !a dos. J'.f J.t'llan "
The boys A Squad defeated core.. and with three seconds togo make this column a means get-, Assessor. Frank Scott; Tax Col their desires in regard to proposed 133. otherwise the .t"I\;: ..- ,ns of Py SU: .an I. i\ .: } :i\ .
Hazen is
Green Cove Spring .25. Tuesday. Paul Kivrs shut a free baketIALVAREZ' Mary Frances leadingthe tir.g useful information out to the lector. Sara McDonald, and Town additional paving in Keystone Of s id Complaint w... t... : if" tI. .i.s OM.-. ;.
', girK tpam on toward an undefeated of the and he will asset by you.
t'klnQut 50 vii-t.tr people county
a >
22 Marshal.Vm.. Dermody The the 59 cards returned 41 were This notuc .h.ll l; < ;> ,>li>h nl I
l season averaging the of all Symptoms of Distress
cooperation ', Arising from
appreciate Clerk M ante each A('d r r. '(?i \
new City L. .
Beasley.had >d the
to
poms a gMme Against Green Telegraph readers in keeping the oprxv* proposed program weeks in the r.r.i<1f< .1 1 "' .n v 1'rlrgraph.
Men's Clothing I fm.Hazen previously been sworn in sc while IS favored it. STOMACH ULCERS
STORE played a magnificent
column full of news that will be ,
Dated this 10) d.n : i j. -en'er. *
Mahlished: ISiM game s. onng 34 points and just of interest to all. | that he could take over his duties It was agreed that the matter t,a:. DUE TO EXCESS ACID I
on January 1. will be for the time OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
about She dropped
playing a perfect game. The Telegraph is very glad to Clerk .it he Tircuit O QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST
g;;<.t lots of help though form Ag- provide the pace for this column' Three new members were alsc being Py Marian L Cr.:>sb\. Deputy Oe-: .. ,

Lawson Naomi Stokes and iI6 4t I h ,
nes
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as another worthwhile service to
ELECTRIC SERVICE Jackie Tanner. \ )
INKIER%
our readers. side in I ALL :\ orlcl'N(\ 'uilE: \IMMHIK Ow four miUion bottltw of th3rmpt N .. .
Anne Crosby Carolyn Kelly, and Kingsley Lake Cemetery. TICK' Ttat Chester! H. Kacler i in t Irruil l'url.'to.Ilradf.rd iuuni. TIIU11U"T hate twn w:..... t.", Mll.lt.
Internwnt was under the direction ., t'. ri.. Jimmie Cole turn t..nd- rrgiter with Clerk of Cir : kanrrrjr.Amlitw
always in a Mrs. Mary DriggersMrs. of DeWjtt UIt.I'.f Bradford "'"iintv Flirt! rIAl'\, riasnt'ff.,' "C M. x- M4 Dw4Ifnll l Uk4tft due to [u... AM_,
C :
great game as guard, evidenced Jones. da : titi'nis: i:ame of Stark 1-elU U'v: ivf.i::Jant.C.ise OlfMtt.... ttwr or U,..t {beNnrK nueh
ZENITHRADIO oy ih l low scores they allow the Active pall bearer* were S1t'rtff1: ( thMe.t.: .t.f.: under w h-h! h>' !intend Xo ? Gaakw.sMeartt.t'.r btiwrn, tU. { et..1
S7. died duo to Gnu Acl4. Ask for .
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Mary Driggers .
P. D. Reddish Fate Brown Alton t tray n ah s sf and :rdn, i is tolirr Topprnr ..
ponnts i to make. \Vednesdiy. Dec 31, at the homeof dial !j'I-.n,,',! tl.1 .,.irn'ra'n: of a T" :M-ibelle! .I.| .-',, v, ableDatnatrestotoaf-hn ct
Next Tuesday night the girlw.ll s Dobbs. Lucian Conner, Ruby Cnxs, .r'1 .j ,- .-,.-t\ tt.-. L. .iml .ulI.--- W./, I I|
Mr and Mrs. E. C. Clark. with by. and Rufus Alvarez '" 6\- ,! i' ,''ja"!1 I".if'it ). t."' '' :<,: .., ",'.'Ir.d.! 1\: KtK'II IlitI,
be idle while the boya' A and whom she had lived for the past ;. :.> i '.-: ... .." I..: '. : .; .! (I. ... TOHI

and B squads air playing Ketterlmus five years. -

Mrs. Driggers was born Aug. 1,I II
Televisionand W. C. T. U. I
Sales
1S65 in Georgia. She was a devoted

and 1MIIS: CAI.I.KI) A IIKA-: member of the Pine Level'

TIIEX COrXTKY AM: YET: IN Baptist Church. I ii I
WNIl flfleeeeeefeeeeneesflssflt$ as Spas flue
Tilt MATTER OK 1'KOIIIHI- She is survived by one son Jese i

221 X. Temple A*.*. Phone 166 TinS THEY>('T Is TO :SHAME: > Morgan of Archer and one I.

IX AMERICA.: THEY HAVE: brother. D W Woodward of

STAUKE;, FLORIDA EXATEI: ) STKINOEXT: I'KO- Gainesville "TIllS SURE BEIITS

IIIIUTIO.N:" 1.A114.:' Funeral .,ert''ere! mdiu-ted)
Np.e/r.Msneers ten NNMMNeeNN NI Meee1.
(NATIONAL VOICE ) by ReW E Hall! at! neKi grave "


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licensed practical for
general1
TESTING AND STARTER RENOVATEDFCItNITLrItF; duty n...-ti>r's I'I-IK| Ilop ital.
IlKAKE 301V.. Tall St I. Iark... Fla. tf
TUBES, (.'ENERATORHATTEKIES.: '
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FENDERREPAIRS rr.'t.' HI... k 1 I1" f.t. h. Plenty of
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DODGE E: JOR.RATFI) TRUCKS I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA llrlrtrtlrrr \anl..a ardnl"" i
I'aulinc Karle ''lli.is
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Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks %'UI.I.01 ui
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\Ye Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs i \U4! 1 TOi'R SECURITIES _
Fireproof '
I'rotecto
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1.1..r tiwk inh: \\rdlirkiliiFl.iur h2urlty : 'I j
.tillr Karh: Friday beautiful large, bravy duty steel I
b..x. {to ::5 plus tan Bradford
HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.f Foil TILE Hl'IHJKT-MlXUED: tirade ,;, C< unty Telegraph tf I II I
-100 KntfravedVrddinK Invitations I I Go modern for }onr long winter's naps'

.nlv un J16S3 fine\ rag-content Bradford County paper :I::1 FOl SALK-W7 CadillacSedan,' (;: Electric sheets blankets quilts are light in
Temple ill e. Phone f 9 Telegraph tfT guild .sliapf, K.">d tires. test cash I &
V-VT
wonderfully fully automatic-
yy 1 offer takes it. i 1 Ingleright* weight, warm,
XKt |J < 'I' SALKSMAN: for Leading In- 4-5 XVe&tini.reland after i R.g. just "dial" favorite and
1 your temperature
ir.iiu'e Company. Good tar .11- :tp I'.m\> \
YOUR 1)01)K PLYMOUTH DEALER ,.'1111.11. Ex'f'II..nt f'arnin'n- I you sleep comfortably warm..and enjoythe
.1. itul future llrad.iuarter' UOMKNTKI> I
Stark.Ezp.'ricnce I not n.-...' <.ar.t. I At]s' and mail I postal Make', fresh night air no matter how chillyit
,. Coin'u )'..rh'r. HoU-1 :Magnolia af- i I vet $.>0 week. Send )1 for instruc-:
I.... 7 pm. Itp 1 U"".-. KK.lK.Vatertown.. Mass. .. it is. With lots of winter still ahead...

-- _3tp 1/23 I ()% l' better outfit )')(/" family, now!
FOB \LF.-II acres plus *tiack.3
iniU-.s uuth of Starke on Keystone
Heights, high"a). Make me an vfI'er. JW
INCOME TAX TIME IS A. J. Thomas, Jr., Agent. I FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
_4tchg 1/30 I:;

THAI'TOR WOHK. Heavy equipment'anywhere '
anytime. End of Lin-'
i "In;, nt( ) load I J Salisbury !

ADDING I MACHINE E TIME E _2tll| l/l6j

Fun ll KKN'T: -J.arge hedmom ,,'uhi]
h.-ai!'' Phone 14, :Mrs.. Titus Olson.!'
_!tr 1/16

:MI'S,nioijeypar A.\n WOMKX.- :time ran booking make orJ good
fat neainazmp Srot''hhte'iamepl4trs
that SHIXK AT RITE for
t'"p> rural mail boxes, door plates:

/jo longer can you "n.1.1-oustuiiihern Xo m\et>tment. Everyone or yelling want exi' GENERAL MOTORS MASTERPIECE !
I rienie required. Its a pleasant
,'r'"ng job. Free Sample Out-
f.LSrite Permanent Sign Co.. '
operate your business "k, 1 "i)4-l. t A\e S. Minneapolis.
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Mi
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Strhg l/>li

.I'I'K: IEXT-ntfl': .i\.-r Hart
successfully without the II''nrr'tot'e." !I'holu11 or I 107.Fur.'I'I] .

/\ _tr i

\ \\ SIX'
.ml) .ttniirt making.i.trpentry aN work '
assistance of a modern ; <> painting
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0 >''.I! r. ,pair work !Prut" to suit
\ iir |purse font.l- P I..
.. Kentoll:
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adding machine
\\ 'TIjl-"m'n.: to ke.p hill M
u. 1"I'd dn lIght h'.u- t irk
1;-ply Itt Alilrige Home unatrf
)It > '''.II.-> I'nderhill ip

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and
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wa-hn.g ma.- ,
n -t I'. M Huntt-r. phmtr I4D-J

See this beautiful little 10-Key Add _ItchK
Remington-Rand
F' ''I: KKXT: -I>eMral le :Z room nicefurii -!
l> >hed apartment. New Ou-1 i j
-thr-rm heater Eleitru klll'hf'n.1 j


ing Machine. you'll be surprised at the low cost. Tk-1\i;.!I.dice. .left.f I r.ad mile.graded lit to 1 Mrs.my road Cox sign<'arl:at-t''all on\\ >l left$nn'l..iptnent. tf t. THE 11F.1 L'TIFL'L




be if desire. 'LEX-T1I'>trained EST cow .J<.K. and 1mic 1 19351 D'lal-Strel/
monthly arranged
easy payments can you "':I.r.: *-C female pupp.es.and Two one black cream puppie colored.1 I 'P Ojg/jc I

A ;h ring around 'ieck. 'In. Urge. ,
grrdog about eight years old'w.fing :'
leather muzzle and col-:
lir with t' C. Smoaks name ont! I

Also Remington Portable Typewriters ,warold l.ar. one blue female and dog white about ran.1

e.k Puppies tatood a'i
IT.- lack puppy ft-male.in one 50.0 e i er and Better In Every Way and NO INCREASE IN PRICE! Beautifully new In styling from bumper to

inward. Notify' J. S. Soiomen, bumper, the great new 1953 Pontiac represents _
l.h..l1. :33. ( ailaha". Florida
OFFICE SUPPLIESIf >:...r.\:11.: LI\.. totk Market or (.._(.lei-iv :New DU.I.tit realr M.>iin* an outstanding value in many ways: It gives

---:IP i Ii't you a longer 122-inch wheelbase-and roomier, i

IreJUIl' Have What You \eed. Well GetI For You ,' New linger w heelbae more luxurious bodies. Pontiac's over-all per-
Ffi: }:ENT-Tx o room ta'.n. Bath.
"' !serator. hot water, git heat L.uer, Lo,Hier, iu.mirr iiedirt formance is even more spectacular for 1953- i

rand Mo\r Pinehurst ..abin..y with remarkable steering and parking ease.
Krt.me Highway. Ph.ne 1 j n, Speetaealareet0er-.ll Frrfarnanr
EASTERBROOK FOUNTAIN PENS AND DESK SETS 11. 4tp I 36. For performance, economy and deep-down

lea O.ebl'Le. WI.d..hl"ld-P..eramlt' Ileac "1Bd.", value, the 1953 Pontiac is indeed an auto- I

Pick Out The Point That Writes The Way You Like To R"riteL F..I is,:' !l.F.SErvlc.for man who Station.likes OoodiH.rlunity this' PUlla.W..df'rf.1 New 1'.el er 1.rl.Jt. mobile masterpiece well worth inspecting.

;\ I'" of busine**. Interested per -OpraonQlalumHOII EVTtR CM'S Slt'.*0 BETTtR IIIOIIH} AWR1 COMIAT
.n should have 11000 fur mefhanJise -' .

I ,. '- -. Contact and A.operational VVilkeron.pure -.; AVir and Ilrautiful Proof That Dollar tor Dollar You Can't Heat a f'onf/ar. II
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f.x ltilO Jackson\ille
1. or We
BRADFORD COUNTY <- K .brrs. Worthington Springs.2tp -;I
TELEGRAPH
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g-t I G. J. McGRIFF MOTORS
I ). \i':j WANTED: -Apply TfJR.1 ..
M tI'ffic: after 3 p.m. 4
1:\\.CA1.I.. ST. PHOXF. 29 N.arke
on 361 tf ch '

ILEOnt'! ? Milk Tow' fresh by, Phone 203 Temple Ave. Starke FloridaDFORD
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