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tlIiK Jol Free Sample l ut-* ill \t.L.... Ml Model.llra ind family church services and have services -- I Knight Tax: As! ...ej v>r on or before the First Day of April.)
r l. \\ illiIVrmanrnt SIKH ( <> ....aahlr rkarcr Knaraotrrd! I with them. We are trying to get last of Scrijl and
I'liis. Chapter
..IO)6.htO!. S. :MinnrAi>.oli>. ('11 *". "'. OIIFIMIKHI) the folks in this interested SCHOOL ROOM: SPIRIT 19:>>::1.
V.ohg I ;in i! community I
)11' Cartoon
iMV. Oil .t. Murkr Pk. m I
Did you ever think. i
)... til UKXT: 4lffu-e .,\.r Halt Fit %.'STFt--ra.lu..I.. I in cottage prayer meet As the minutes fly. Following/ are the classes of property for
nur-r 01
10:. > ing's Would like to hear from oth- I
".turttrr.. I'h"ne 11 01 lte.nseii pia.-tu.tl fir "n"r"1 Sun., Mon.-Feb. 1. :2
If duty rWtur <"i 11'11> 1I..pn..1SU .. t-rs on this subject.j That the least you could do which the Taxpayer should file hU return :

W. Tall St Stark* } 11t. t Would be to try CAPTAIN
v. ,K lINT FourU h..lr.\1. l.rl1l..lI. j j We missed Barbara Stokes and I

.. h.-iff. 3 bl. l'. fruiv. .1... n Foil SAI.K: < i; i \ I and Mrs W D. Jones from Traia1 To help out the teachers. REAL ESTATE
,
h.i i\ .h' MiS"T -
with laiiii- > .
".fl. \\ <\V.l:t .. orftf ltiih I' r* h r'i 1 in? Union and preaching service Just once in a while.
I" .1 1"11 hIni. &t '. .
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>|\'rt.H :Mi" and < n' n. I i 1 jf BLOOD
I'h .n.113 .J. 1I.'he Td Kl-ifpi.-ig i"'fllp.t..N I 1": ; 1 Sunday evening Mrs Jones was By not heaving sighs I YOl'K LAND Pf.l'S IMPROVEMENTS: :

*.*, .!: \ti: Hi-gist. rtl .\Ct-: lil!. M_\ with us Sunday morning even if Trying out that new smile I With Krrol: Fljnn and Olii.r
.. > :Nrw< Il4i >.shirrK.
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t :
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f: *1 milk 'b --
t.euiuisie l ila l'urn.t.a I her face was slightly swollen.
.t hfns. .' I! \\ht. Kt 1. |VSt.tik \ \/ \i izalra : \" -c:!> t,.. dellavillandAIM
: ( >tIt.Iarm 11'\\.1" ) .\. \Itr'iT' There weren't many present at It might really helpIf PERSONAL PROPERTYSTOCKS
i'.l: I :3UK ) Cartoon anti Nt-u'
.\ p1n' Irand"\t I .\ either service too cold I you wouldn't just gaze i
.... suppose
r..I..oI. I. iiKIT ,- I "= : ,
< ''t: >> \I.K: SMm1o1"l1d.- lt.1r''ni plants :".. -:"'. -7 i S : ",->r some At the hands of the clock. I
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) ,.. 4.'u.! l> Tuev Feb. 3-ONLY
s 'r 1'nul.lr .d. rrssi iIeieiedcr.. Xialra <..rd. ... OF MERCHANDISE.EQl'IPMENT
The minutes the da
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hrst :111.1 J" \ r uiiir... : $uY. .' l'aul'n- K.irie We are thankful to say we >s.

u- "dtd Fuinilurf ..rp UhK: Hot lt. I:8r1rtnPltOTE'T : F:.. have almost half of the roof on Remember each teacher THE BAREFOOT & RMSHINGS.; .

V II i: S1.KSt\ r .."" hiMs f.ii YOFR SECVK1T1ES the new church house We are Has a heart too

- Mis. Hailrv KuiKslrt l a}.. MvK Fireproof Protect Scur.ty: nt anxiously awaiting the day when And time may pa3S.I MAILMAN MACHINERY, LIVESTOCK

:z- 'K Itl' T--1-'urlll"hltd r unfurr- brAutiful large beaxv d.y ste Our we can have services in the buildmg -I But maybe not you : IX hfPER CIXECOLOUUith I
ishfJ I I.tlh. box; UO :S plus tix Bradf<1
- r..I.'I.I..l i'.irnirr.i. all i.' n'pnv.it..,1.. !lu.rs. ,-1.! .".. I'ounty Telegraph t\ Burglary Again we thank all. but we See you in the next Robert ('tunmin andTerry TRACTORS, FARM EQUIPMENT,

- .4 L in drsii iliV Als i ilupl. x ,,;.1 ,. ,' thank the Lord more for the helpwe I -Brenda BradfordBarry's :Moore -
___._ !..sr u u \\i;. ..n. :. : \\ "t.i- FoK S \1.1---: :. a. rr>. : f- .. Et Cetera
t-...1. t! .an tree* tt'ii't.si s .J h ." Policy for have receded in building this i \1.... artoon and l..ato..t UurlJXew i
I.\nll: I4igh. .) :H.. pays little church. It really
.. .. means Restaurant;
I'
K S.\I.I-: F."t1'1'1" ht 1".tR.I .la hlth"fr..m t.tI %
XVrIJTMKNT IS.iiO: A tl. u".n. 1* \ > much to us If any of hare .
s:iiiV t'd oi.fJuu.p M- t. r. you I
r-- ... .- .... what is stolen To Open On 301 Intangible Personal Property
. 1'ik. Kn"I.\... :". :111 Star} Ft* _R' :: ori ever had to sit out in an apple I Wed., Thar.-Feb. 4. ;5)

\ .','1: KHXT-Tt io\ ti: .\ : ru. t: orchard-under any kind of tr"e- Mr and Mrs Michaei Bau
..divH> aftarttren'. mid'. l MIX; KOOM M ITK.IlTK : i
> m garage tent : DOUBLE FEATURE TIllS INCLUDES STOCKS. BONDS
rn on, >''''..n..... K W. Ita).... : T> fNFOKTfXATK 'ir.t-fSI. destroyed. use a or gather anywhere who recently moved beT from
IM STAVF.S. rathr' than: re, "-at4 i :ou could find room to gather tc I .
i; Miami are planmng to a
.hip. we will frll t-> ".'fl.r )"rn1.." pen i MORTGAGES; ETC.
I .ST--JSi n',1J f. II .%I.. Hlr I> if.Thone I:,'..,- ent re,.id.*nt in :h',> >n : : .n Charley E. Johns worship-you can realize what '! new restaurant within ttnext GOLD FEVERWith "
.1 hllr |I". nt.-r ..3tt4r.''"% Ifl.'rn "n.SI:W 1\w::.XV TYPE this buildmg means to ua, so we !
*::; 111" b..I".n i.tt:...., It\ t tttrr :.. :i .1 l pili>0 per -rnt %" .\\1 I Freiir 1..\ I- few thy on U s. 301 near'Hamp-- -
$ t\,11... t1(1.'; Ja. kIti.. H".1ft Su It... ('bank't', owni : .... Agency thank all. I ton Junction. John CaJiert Ralph Morgan -
; .11\111.! "i ouitv for lirtcr of ihrap ..n... F.r'
; z do,,,' ,. Phone IS STAKKE. FLA. To be known aa and Ann Cornell
pay Mnall amount '' and -\ j i Barry's Restaurant -

1'i'K: HKNT FurnnhrJ arax<> rral monthly paymt'Dhd.1r.....: W. C. T. U. the .... eating place will _And- GENE LONGTAX
i .ne.
. "artmmt. Kinr lv Lake, Mrs WllOI.KSAl.E 'KIT 111 ( ikIawha ( i
_; I'.tulin' Torodv or 'all 111. A\r., iK-ala. FU a-d we 11 : II I .i... s THE CHURCh IV MAKLNG S( specialize in seafood and pit bar-
t'h : adxike where to >rc jte San Antonio Rose
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!t. he. : j .. WAR OX THE: LIQUOR Bl'SINESS ; bernt' Hollis Hall formerly of ASSESSORPAGE

: \, \ \1Fib "'0 Rt'Y.-H''u-.. in .'11\ :' ..... ......,. IS IGNORING ITS CHIEF.: the Cambbean Club on the Florida -I With Lon Ctuney Jr.
\I'M 'ts of Starke. bedrooms I -rIoI-Hou"p.I'r for oornaninn : Keys will be Plus Latent World News
'heap for rash. Sr<" Jame* Rt.rJ. for elderly lady Write 1.'. oraMAting THE TRAVELERS Hartfor* ENEMY.FLORIDA I' employed as _
!J..4try. Fa Itp J >! O Box 75 Sta'We. Pta !:: P;,___ r GOOD NEWS). chef. j -_









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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 30, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Town And County Honor Dr. Middleton





Visitors And Homefolks GatherIn





I BRADFORD COUNTY* TELEGRAPH Huge Veteran Testimonial County CelebrationFor Physician .




Official County Publication Established In 1S79 rffM -
-__ Ii all t :It' hai'tt-delnereti! b> I IT U K: M.ddleton durirv : .

Li :VOLUME: == SEVENTY.OUR= "hTAIlKFl"' }FLORID FRIDU JAMKV 30. 1933 NUMBER. TUENTY-MNE._ _- --- his 50 year of medical practice in Rradford County we:

I .- -:..::;;:. ..::0... .. = -_ :c. --- -- ---- --- -- i gathered together they'd populate a town almost as large a a'y



) I 1 State Atty. Gen. Ervin Speaker Starke.Half a century is a long timt for a man to remain act 1\ ,

Citizens Put 'Best Foot' Forward : in business
any or profession especially one a< arduous a::

Monday At Young Demo Dinner t demanding as that of country doctor. -\ -

i j That one reason why fn@ndstt'UUF'lout
\With Polio Benefit Dance SaturdayMarch I
Bradford County and i OONCJKTn..\TIO.V>

S' .te At: *rnev Generji! R. 'Ui-
'Iuki Ervin, 'A ho has beth *-:: ,u lcW pa:.. :e\i ThJrsday to pay homaget .\ ; Ih.- nuny roncratulator -

Of Dimes Fund .- legal profession for nn.>re ".r I k I

Gets Proceeds :!:. years will speak in St.tr-- t. ; !...<> ::.-.-ktie. stiff collar and .Middlrton jrMerJ.ia* thf i _

Monday night Feb. 2. at 7; ;t' -c..d "I 'Wcr .r: lapel are familiar foll.mlngfrunt Ir... I.I'n.. I rtc -

: in the BUS cafeteria at n u-: .. t'ft: .->- -.vie to young and old hon. executor vcret.irj of
of Ii! night crippled Th.- .... the Florida TuNrrtiIt U and c- Li! -- -
Otizens Stark- \\ ii.uk-- Saturday -o sponsored by the Young I.. : reiMins for the celebra.i I 4F _: -

Iloilo. victims miirht walk! outt- a 'ain.n Tats. .,- 1' 'r- t' Fnday.: Jan. 30. is Or Health .\..-.Ki.ition: I r t
}hlIIf" "V.. frirn.N I
ur mans
.r- 76tn are hap
<> behalf of the 1953 March 01 Tickets can be purchased rKoch'a birthday anniversarv I $
,I' i ".it he plans to clo.1,' p> that formal tribute i. N-int; I I .
Dunes drive to counteract the pa'myzing Drug Store or frmi Th. ___
dik<:ae. th. annual d-im-e Mother's March Telegraph for $1 hi- ..::f. !:-re at the end of this JiH'n to one who has nia.li

will be held at the ('So) Club Sat All local Denvxrrats. both iartit" week siuli truly great etint rihiit ions

unlay from 9 pm to 12 midnight Seeks $1,500 and men. whether club members' I Fromt.: standpoint of services to the h.'ahh anti "eIfar.of r- 'i1 _

rendered trie:! tribute the hundred of fainiliein _
well de-
Oarl Roberts and his orchestra or not. are urged to attend is _
will provide music for the formal Bradford Counts mother Ervin was graduated f rn tne ser ed ; r.p.te of the long hours ) >uri unt>. I am.glad tll".c I I -_ _

affair Ten valuable prizes will te, former a small anru to invade University of Florida's Coli.'ge if I and am' -: -ven-day-a-week sche- that the ('C1l11mtl it recogniesits '

to attending each county household in a house- dule denuntied by his practice. Dr. leaders and tht' part the\\ I J -
given
away persons 1 Law in 1923 when he rei -!ivedhisLLE
the danre. annouced Guy Andrew.. to-hous. Mothers March on pohc He became a member I M'Cdle1.m has somehow found ha\t |iilatMI l in its progress and _

fund chairman. Thursday night (last night) time t" Tve the community in development. :
of the Palatka Bar from 193U-35 k
According tu Mrs. t:. I). Tnly, other w ts; during the past 50yCans t'oiiKratulations both on
Admission is $I ;per person a State Road Department attorney
Tickets for the function will be the goal was Mime 1500. 1936-4S: assistant Attorney I I He was Representativefrom jour birthday and on the Doctor Dr. W. K.: Middleton

Twenty motheis were ready to Bradford County in the 1913 .Middleton Day which is bring -- -- -
sale! the door and can be
on at
General of Florida 19I344. sec j uared h. .i :.t.: I uiotm-r. lust ir.Hortense. .. :.t t.. : ,. '
by session of the : : I.
The office open the all-out war on polio I State Legislature.was rHfbratftl simultaneously. ic "" h I
bougU in Telegraph
Flonda Rialroad and Pub .
different retary. Kkiiard EniD Mayor of Ga and later in Atkinson Yes. there have been lot. .
in
directing more parents Starke for six one-i .s i i -
and store.
Canova's drug lic Utilities: Commission 1945; and ( where he lived until
to parts of the county year term.., and served one four- entering .eed intervals in )O ears of nifi.! tpractice
Civic organizations plan : has been in his elected post of home. medical school. lie attended the
under ,
the three-hour March of The local effort was part of a year term as County Superintendent conditions t tint ue:
patronize Attorney General of the state campaign manager for Ervin whenhe There were other hazards in- University of Georgia for two often far from .
of Public ideal
but
the Mother's Instruction. the
i natton wide drue by
Dance said Andrews -
Dimes
Birthday ran for the attorney general \olved in those narrow and received
since 1949. crossing years his medical degree also
March on polio to help' combat !! But it is upon his lengthy medical are rn4I1pleasant memone-
i A. J Thomas Jr president of post urged Bradford County wooden bridges especially at from The University of the Dr. Middleton
practice that Dr. Middleton enjoys hunting :
m
AU person interested in helpingout Infatile paralysisi the Young Democrats and forn..er,.,, Democrats to attend the dinner. I looks back night The doctor recalls one instance South at Sewanee, Tonn lie was fishing and
has
I { with fondest always
In the i in spite of the hardship involved. garden each spring in which h
to aUf'nthe dance The 7:30-9:30 i,
urged have ('lleeld tM-twrfii lights on one of his first automo- from Sewanee.
It was on October 21, 1903 that graduating After take- great pride ||e spends St'.
usa is located drrt'tae'ross !7
building from the high s<-hool (Continued on page eight i BHS Boy's Girl's Play Lake Butler I jhe delivered his first baby Guy I biles narrow went New out River as he approached the. living for several years in Geor eral days every week at his nioii
bridge on
j Turner -- in Bradford County. He a par-' gia, they became interested in this est camp at Cedar Key: \\ heih.
: ticularly dat k night There was nc section of Florida
through; Mrs tries
I had just moved to Brooker from to relax and get in a bi! -

'Looks Good'Says Fives In Top Basketball Tilts TonightAfter ''Hortense, Ga., where he practiced. protective railing on the bridge in Middleton's family the Dowlings fishing. It worked pretty well! i.r"

County Road Building l eveial years after graduating' thor>e Jays and to waver a ftwtnl.hes who were in the sawmill business: tU the resident of that i*>Ut...'
j! one way or the other might little
I from ,
I Sewanee in 1900., here.Dr. community without a res-
dropping two of their Needless i have toppled the automobile into Middleton thinks that the dent phjvician of their own diMmered
Sen. Johns After SRD MeetThe to say. there wt're'no the middle of the river. Fortunately roughest spot in his entire medical U
?at "the
last three East Florida Conferencegames. Philip Morris''Johnny' hard roads in Bradford County at. the dewtor's.tfe was alongon practice was the deadly flu .., doctor newcomer" was *
the BHS boy's basketball ; that time, and Dr. Middleton made now he's almost a.s bu ,
Gainesville! that con that trip and was wearing a demic that swept the entire
Powers in
Bradford County Commissioners. country on his -eekendj
there
takes its old as litis
i quint on nemesis, < his rounds on horseback .with V
Sen. Chailey Johns! and tinuing Temple St down Call St. Calls or white dress. He asked MM. Mid in the winter of 1918 killing
Lake Butler tonight (Friday\ horse and '
ont buKgy. Later he movedto diet home.But
it six t on to walk slowly across the thousands of people ana taking its
Hep. Doyle E. Conner meeting to Walnut St by widening Dr Middleton thinks
that
i its home court in the Starke II i ii Worthington Springs (then stilla '
with the State Road Departmentin feet and widening Walnut all the I ,' For Starke part of Bradford bridge in dead center and toll in Bradford County, a* well aa,I after 50 years it's just about time
Armory. County) and his he followed
Gainesville Monday morning way out to the city limits plus I i II III wide safely across sightingon elsewhere.< There were only four to "call it a da) He is rl.wwu.
| The Undefeated BUS girl's five practice required frequent the white of her dress whichhe doctors here
: at that
time and two his
: to office
received encouraging news about the road from Lawtey Kings- here at the end ot! thi-
crossings !
future county road construction j Iley I' Lake were two of Gov. Dan j fresh from two convincing wins "Johnny" the Pnilip Morris cigarette that'ans of New River. Today, could see dimly in front of the of them Dr Tomlinson and DrVilLj .I week and plans to take it ea ..

Discussed at the session were 'McCarty's campaign pledges tc{ over Palatka and Lake City running company bellboy, who Is nationally ; merely speeding across,I car. They both laugh now at the \ -- were victims of the flu from here on out Of course :
1 famous for his Call For a smooth, concrete bridge. But in hardships of medical practice in and
had
Bradford tht'irn streak to eight, to go to bed. leaving Dr. someone feels "a little
roads so- punty.Mr. ailing'II<>
>
the wcondary
county those days, getting from side
their record the line tonight Morris" one those early days but it was no Middleton and one other
lav on Philip slogan parsedthrough physician
to .
manages catch the
: do
railed farm to' market roads and good: t <
.; Powers then said. "If Gov. NeHh'er to the other was often -
lof ; laughing matter at the time. Per-
with the once-defeated Lake to minister to the needs of the at home .
I the Starke business well it is
district
the roads. those nectsMir -, this the' I just possible
said ,
primary
a
I i ernor McCarty people major operation. During
Butler) femmes I pro-'I forming major operations on area. lie recalls that for several
a.\| that
/ to the rest of the state. I In the county can expect tc! Tuesday afternoon on his way Iopged tamy periods, the lowslungnarrow kitchen table by the light of a kerosene -', weeks he worked 22 hours ,i. he might be Induced t.
PL >QUf.r.. SRD member,] '. i Tipo.ff la' at 7:30 p.m. Admission I a day come out of retirement lont.
'- Carl JUi have it don. to the Florida State Fair in Tampa :. wooden bridges of that I! lamp is a far cry from the taking time out to
to the Bradford | Is 50 centif for adults and I : sleep only from enough to write "just one
indication I more
I
gave Other primary roads Sen Johns The red and black clad midget era would be completely submerged wonderful facilities offered by the 5\ a m to 7 a m In spite of this
that the Brownlee ltd the rents for students and children 'I LI prescnption On the other hand
group I and Dr. Middleton would have
asked the SliD for included: Scout I25 to I modern hospital of today.Dr. .
gruelling grind he didn't
passed out to merchants he
samples "get
Hosier ltd. : With) BHS anxious to defeat a -- might be off fishing or oui
Blackburn near
or Hole Hd.. the Brooker Rd. and j l I II I'I cross by boat. being met on the j Middleton was born January down" until the following
Lawtey and a road from Hampton i Union County team. Friday ni ht'E J and memberot The Telegraph opposite side spring tending the -watermelon, in hi*
I by someone who 1877
sidewalks for Brooker: and theC'onnt'r 30. in Je station mining I should two of the i staff everybody el-e flourishing: garden He's gill an
to Shanks Filling pames prove would take him to the ,
I
patient'A. -
Bridge on the road to Rai--' at the age of six and was was getting well and h<" could take
Lake Butler hay -- -- awful l lot t ot that to catch
would best all tf
NYaldu get top priority. ford. a continuation of the Brownlee season -- --- up

Another secondary road, the ltd which woodi I i not lost to a Bradford County''
saw a pulp
Sampson; City ltd. off the Brocket I truck fall month cage team in over a year C. Long Former Starke Resident
i through a ago. I 'I FHA Farm Families Legislative Council Backs
Ild. did not seem as feasiblea !I Bradford Count representatives! .' The bov's have not won from' Teacher

: the others 1! met with other counties them in their last two rreetings. :

The secondary by the county roads are while designated the. ,i:I posing the seven SRD :2nd District. comi !:j,, while rame the from girls the ha'p.pt Lake Butler tn win coed'during 9 New Chief Of Texas Oil Company Gross $7,760 In Pay Raise [Unified Tax CollectionThe

primary roads are left up to the The meeting called to help thei the past two seasons' ,

of the SRD with littleor Sit!) its budget which I II isi -
discreation prepare ; A C Long. son of Judge and
| _
: Durine cage games this week.Bedford's 1952 Currie majority of Florida classroom -
influence being presented in Tallahassee Says
ao county i Mrs A V. Long of GainesvIlle,- &,
eiils defeated Palatka Mate
would decide ,
However. Sen Johns told Mr today has been elected president of The teachers I Rank 3i i will geta man lo HI
-' 5i-U and Lake City by a 51--12 $3.jO raise. the major tax collectmg policy matters

Judge Yawn Plans Starke C of C marin Mary Frances Hazen Texas' Company in an important Tie Annual Farm Ownership l agencies will be unified Rep Conner aLto voted agamMthe :
shift of
top management position.1'announced vc '
continued her scoring to lotin '
: spree proposal that
Bur! "wer- Business and Educa- into one agency, the state universities would 'all for
Term In February of 47 for the this week b> the Houston j the
; R total points Superintendent
of Publi
: .naJ meet held in the American will be coordinated Instruction
Needs
WorkersVolunteer Texas headquarters of Texaco 1 '
Docket two games!' Lawson and Tanner through a single director to be appointed b> tin
33 Cases On : and
Mr Long is a native of Starkr Legion Hall here last Friday was|
Palatka tilt
in Board
tied for second the I of Public
"back Instruction
workers are needei!1 I door" spending by the state instead
having been born here on August a sut. es.-! according to Clifford J
A Yawn, aftera to with 15 markers apiece. L'I schools! will be of elected
Bounty Judge keep the Starke Chamber ol f f ; thrwarted if the
:23! 1901% He attend .i j pubin !
(
little more than thiee weeks in Commerce office open while 3M.irian After edging by Palatka 55-49. 'uii.e I County Supervisor, Brad-, Florida Legislature adopts the However in the state Un\! ,'r-lt-:
school here until the family moved
office has 33 criminal rases reordtsl Howe. C of C director at'. the BHS boy's were smacked down to Palatka and later to Gainesville ford I'mt. of the Farmers Home' recommendations of the Legislative setup. Rep Conner explained fi'

on his' docket and plans to tendx the Florida State Fair i ir i to a 61-30 loss bv Gainesville's I where his father beami ,-f I A din mist rat ion. > Council voted for the recommendation t r.

".tometlme" In FibruSVF' hiphlv-powered P. K Yonee: five, I The put them under a better coord i ij
hold\ term Tampa next week working in th Federal Judge. now retired A'trn'lmt: ;; the meeting were aI Legislative Council, a between

nrv Bradford County exhibition booth! and then humbled bv Ketterlinu Mr Long's promotion t- "he : -, '..[-i. ..' eight Farm Ownership' session Vict-flnding body j ruling system in order to n\w\\

more ca'e> will ap--' Two lames Mrs T J Aldermar i 63-30 in St Augustine top position in The Texaf om tfliiiI'T I ; Huggins Bradford composed of legislators and researchers -;I, duplication of major courseni

eW.lr on his docket after they're of Hampton and Mrs \\'. II Nol I- Paul Rivers continues to be the climaxes 23 of steady ,, made the recommendations study.
years i"
pany II a rm agent: Miss Dorothy'
.arned over from Kx Judge E. I.Ierrymafl3 man have already signed up leading point-maker adding :22 advancement in the huge .i enterprise I f--sv 'ILi! demonstration agent. last; weekend. I Concerning the joining of th*

books! However. many more persons!' against Palatka. 17 in P, K Y. which he joined in tsw: ( a? je.i ;:t' Urown. Soil Conserva- The rrortality rate of the Coun j state revenue agencies. Rep C" i\\

are needed in order to insurE? game and 11 in the Ketterlinus ', cil's recommendations to be passed i ner said "We can save the i''s'..
the
Judge Yawn i ij, one of a !service station supervisor fut u )hni'"ian. and his aid. Jamess
.oungest Bulges ever elected U keeping the office open for th! game. 'the Florida sales d-'partrren' f -rr T T Blackburn and JohnM by the legislature is "better than 1400000 per year and elin..nrt,

thai office in Florida passing tourists BHS is not eligible to participate Prior to that he praduat l fr tithe .\. C Lung I iHxlvm; local county comnut- average" according to Rep DoyleE | about 100 clerical employe.'. ov

Interested persons may contact in the EFC race as it was U. S Naval Academy at Annapolis :' ,u.en for the Farmers Home Ad- Conner of Starke. who served I creating a revenue department '

3 From Union Mrs Alderman and MrsNollman not able to play five teams on ae- and served approximately tranxeired to th,> rompam) export initiation i on the planning group "This will eliminate duplu silo

Draft at the C of C office I it 1 count of travel hardships four years in the Navy drp.irtn.cp.t: ei\ ng as per.- A short message from Wra T. Many classroom teachers put up of audits and different typ.'s i.'

Call 32 For Physicals"Hurttwo Starke Thi coring: Tut'sdath.. boy's In May 1931 Mr Lore wa! < ''''!.t.",:i 'd t r, page 81 shaddic k. State FHA Director, was a howl about th* proposed 535 inspection by having one depaf
travel to Baldwinfor raise They had asked for ment to supervise the fiincfion.
teams a
::In.' girls rea i to the group pointing out

men from Bradford Mrs. Smith Chairman !e t'"e" with their cmriterparts that a good way of judging: the cost-of-living raise of $,'60. Rep previously j erformed.' bv '1.

:s>i.l I'num ('ount tes were on the 1953 Red Cross Drive I SMALL CLAIMS COURT LISTS kind of job a person does at Conner laid he urged at least a seperate dpartriientsParking :

UVH Hoard No ts's list for thearnwU farming is by his net income at J150 raise to give the majority of

fhysti : Available teacher who an- in Hank 3 (those
forces pr-mduction Propert the end of the .
Mrs Vttgini.i,. Smith has : ) year.It Meters
31 Give
i examination Feb ft appointed Fund "hainvan of beet CASES SINCE JAN. 6 was revealed that the average with bachelor degrees a yearly
; salary of 3000. '
Three I'mon County men aieJH Farm had City $6,220 In 52
1953; AIl t'l'ran Red Cross t an: I Ownership family
Rep Conner said the Council,
neduled for induction into service paign announied Jerry Gav For Hospital Site The httle-heard-of Small i I Halms Court been on th -ir place three and a half '-
a !supplementary r voted for a J250 raise after determining Automobile dnvent
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Fob .. according to the Stark years and that three of these fam- mr
chapter chairman of the Bradford
court in the County Judge's oj![fice. has
uraft he.idquarter.1 had 31 cases docketed 1 ilie- were ahead of schedule with that the source of Starke's mtfr-<-ontroHd lfirk

County American Red CroTht .-:nee Judge T. A. Yawn took ()ffice Jan. 6 their land It... the revenue for the teachers would ing place dunng 1952 put ir
1'tIt'art' Itoyrd Lee Lake Butiei Fund! Committee of the R HOoss Asked payments
Marklee John Hint- l'lIh.', .Ml! :v.ei t Tuesdax evemr.j! By Trusteesr Disposition of six of the minor When a man is arcosted with a t ultimate goal of the FHA that provide only this amount. $293.78 more pennies and r.;- k.-|

civil.uits has been made through I creditor, his these families increase the'r farm Rep Conner said he voted than they did In 1951
v,nd ..ldhnVts1e\ \\ ebxtiortnl ,-: .t! 7 ,>0 .-, the Red CrOSS office .1 I economic status is the
Jan 26.Sm.all. most Income. and this will in turn lead against: abolishing the School Records in City flail! cimrllel i
UtXe Hilt\\t.r :heCouHe! ,lit! h Department The Bi-iti'or1: iurtBoard oJ important thing at the mo-)
Tiustees for the: proposed public. Claims is identified with i ment Not how much money he's' 5 to complete farm ownership According Board of Trustees He said the by The Telegraph show r.t.

hospital would like suggestions for. any civil suit where the demand 01. making but what it's going to, to the reeords analyzed state has quite a bit of control meter collections during 19f.2

City Construction Totals $146,975 hospital sIte? property involved does not exceed I such as hospital bills. clothing, at this meeting the average Farm over local schools now The totaled $5.219.48 compared wi"-

$200 bills. and other necessities.However Ownership family had a gross income trustees give the local areas some the 19 51 total of $5.62570

The call for available property, Created by the state legislature of $1.159.55 during the year !la '-so over the immediate situation

for constructir. the hospital was I''during the 1949* session.. County when a person fails to 1952. This is an increase of 51 percent Without the tnste-s th-
In 1952 Down 60 Per Cent From 51 for
; made at the Board's weekly Thurs pay a back bill or adjudged:
Courts
were allowed< to set up these over their gross income In
day evening meeting accorda-.g to', damages and refuses to pay some
subsidiary juduial bod.es to affordan I I 1951. Also each family had real-

: ','nstru.tl"n of: 1"* ::,.:... .. t., n> >;:'.:> : :-, !-he I'.Ol Secretary- Mrs Louise KiteA opportunity to settle minor; whom to met it's the been financial decided he is able! ized $4s5 income during the )ear 1952 City Fire Damage Is $32,012 Ii
leadth : the same time. C'h&1nn3.nCharlt's I responsibility.the
... damageuits used
. building anti a cmiuh in Stat e -.MV. :21 pojri : uas next without going to the auir is then switched from the from foods produced and or. ,
HO.: ., Hardy announced a University expense time, and trouble : their farm
totaled $146.97.uriru: : M\ homes at $43 100 mis experienced Small
t' Claims
\ $183.460 le,s than the 1S M totalI.a1et'L'" v-or. will attend next I
Thursday'smeeting i
expert In
according to D XV Carpenter ,-:ty i-it> limu> totaled $'::.(Xi): and ;3. to discuss the possibilitiesof I actuality the Small Claims!I|, dtxision as a ben against tte dfendaru *- increasing the efficiency of the

; building inspector ihurch $10.000Miscellanev Court heara complaints by persons:, s Hop Enterprise and Mr Ero4'1lga.e
property.
.-t.u:4 The more than 50 per cent drcp >us remodeling' and i repairs ,- a hospital sarvey for this area L concerning unpaid bills and minor If a brief history of the work Starke Fire Department &two-thirds ()f the lota! 19"j2 daj
determine needs! for t.-ie individual
to the concerned does
. =; u new construction is caused by accounted for $3.775. Carpe I- cour.tyin damage suits such as a personchargt."i' 1 that is being earned on by his swered 53 calls during 1&52 that age
|: not
try
, '-i homebuilding respect to size of the hospital ': some one else with to abide by the law, the Bradford
church. the
mdu trial. and poking County
less :> ter a.vt agency In The $32.012 darr.age st I!
figure
sheriff can hold a Sheriffs Sale,, caused $32 012:! darrage, according
which skyrocketed tie Dr J. M Maclachlan. who is affiliated him in the eye Soil Conservation District looks "good' when shown the vaJue ).
The drop in church and horn e and sell! of
of It avoids the I any the defendant's I to Chw-f D W Carpenter's annual
1951 total to an all-time high heavytechnical ,
q i-onst motion out down tie 195totui ; with the: University's Col- procedure aad red property until the bill ia paid. According to Mr. Curne. uie report. of property involved ir: Ui<
$330.435 tape o highercourts. FHA still making Farm Ownership fires was }
is 104,550.
it indicated 1953 a lepe of Medicine study. will confer Individuals
;
=;;;q may oe In fact concerned can have a This the 1951
the involved total
During 1952. Carpenter points persona tops yearly
1= loans to eligible applicantswho Grass fires led the cause o'
booming house trial by
afte .
bulldog I r with the trustess jury demand.The .
year in the County don upon
d'4 >at the Urgent single l oiuldjig such a large slack have to have a lawyerto have full-time farming as' of $9.400 by $22.612. Chief Carpenter fires with 24. followed by hoa-.

. : -i: project was the addition to the Th'Mr; Court House Feb 5 at 3 p.m.d enable to either defend or prose Small Claims Court, in set: their lifetime objective These saId. He added however,! 10; electrical trouble, eIght. cars,
Carpenter wishes to remm :'cute their thr.? minor suits, u not to be taken the 1932? _
- ie Motor Court. Its cost was $30- Although few persons have attended case 1 loans are made to purchase and; that: net total damage i''four; sign one; trailer one *nlfive
anyone planning new constractio:n[ Judge Yawn thatreeds I for granted emphasized Judge would have been less than 1951 had
: half-dozen telps
---J-, 000 In 1952 some proj- the trustee anyone farms that an average miscellaneous blazesit
- -. : meetings Chairman -. develop so I
-b.-'.- .. to'or.U nisi With proposed plan 5 it in order defense Yawn not been for
.to; more than J 30.000: were conuted Hardy emphasized to prepare a -I family may make a reasonable liv- plastics company i Calls for treed cats and babi-
st'- and specifications for approvel I b fore applying for .. the p-jbhc! is invited and urged totted i, informal Decisions is a "Court .
/In.,n. : > ial construction led the i building per seriously con- of law. and not a collection and become a land owner within i damage jam jar were missing during 1932This
tl.v with $6 S.1000 New mil these sessions sdereI. : : age:1c "
.si reasonable length of time fire accounts for more thrt Chief Carpenter saidYonge






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EDITOR aauguer!0 E Barbara and J->iM M.. ,- Fence e'. !. MIDWINTER, I' 1- C.

TELKURAI'H; VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER: .......Mrs... O.A t:.A trophy A AAAA& sir Crosby Castilea at Crosby St. visited Luke Sher H- Sp.-'M.Io': F F'FOOD CARNIVAL !


Established In 1879 Rev A G Karnes filled his regular Sunday. Sherman wa feei:.$ .- -.., .

PLBL.SHEO COHT.SUOUSur l.'DER THE SAME MASTHEAD appointment at Rivless Hi- fairly good- or.ly tired <_>:: :ly.ng '". .,.,. / .
r OLDEST FLORIDA"._WEEKLY- way Sunday morning and eveningA one position. i
I'utujhrd rdery Friday md rntrml acor* <'!la? matter at the Pmt Offer at Mark, north und.rUw large crowd attended st-mces

Art of Manh: 3, 1H79. Everyone is always welcome tc Singing ConventionThe
attend.
ASSOCIATION ...- MEMBER NATIONAL. EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION monthly gatheang '"*:' th
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS Sorry to hear about tie serious .
1
illness of Mrs W. Ft Haisiop at Bradford-Union Singing i ar"- -

A We//-Deserved// Tribute her home. She was feeling somewhat at tion will Sarlis b* held Baptist Sundaat Church: p n.:.r.Worthjr.gton C
better the last I
time heard
I" ,. C. .- s.waf
Springs : i.n :
she has from her, but is still 'tot feelingup
who lued. I know that
oftena ladies ever
l':very now and then (not nearly so ty.
we would like to see) a community joins been a faithful and tireless worker in her to par. Everyone is cordial!; .n\.tt'J

together in a unified effort a singleness (Church and chic affairs of the community Mr. and Mrs Floyd Crosby were announced Mrs Marian: L Cr.)sbCompletely :>
hosts at dinner demonstration
in which all the differencestnat It is my sincere wish that your retiring a pot (JuantiU RightsSureMix Ile.rn rd
of petty .
purpose last Thursday night. A d -lj- 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYTTYY I'rift' l und Thru ..t( itn ;I
and
will l-e most pleasant ones .
lives your
too often I permeate our daily are years cious dinner was prepared and --
forgotten and put a-;de. that you will be permitted to spend them in served. The best! part of it wa- ShorteningCR1SCO

Such an occasion is the celebration this the manner you most desire. My heartiest even the dishes were done by Mr Lb

week in honor of one of the county's most congratulations. Crosby. 3 Can 79C

relict-led and beloved citizens,, Dr. W. K.Muldleton Sincerely, We took Sherman back to St 1

who is completing half a century Woodfin Hail, Jr. Luke's Hospital last Sunday for

of untiring. unstinting service to the peopleif Miami, Florida more treatments on hi- foot. lie -. .. ,. .
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Bradford County in his chosen profession. i underwent another operation r4/r'i-.-- -.-- --- .-r- -. -;_-_>..<:_"-_"'lP.--__._ ._._

In a ways Dr. Middleton signifies the Other typical comments are these Thursday. He had two more to go. J-. Beech-Nut Vac PackedCOFFEE No Rinse
Sherman said tell everyone he enjoys :t-
passing! of an era in medicine. He is typicalof There have been doctors there will be cards and letters. His ad-

the "family physician" or general practitioner doctors but there is only one Dr Middle- dress is Sherman Crosby, Room

uho.se words of comfort and calm re- ton. God bless him. The Cunningham, 184, St. Luke's Hospital. Jacksonville TIDELarge I
E
assurance often did a-? much good to the Lake Geneva Fla FlaOscar 1 c

patient and members of the distressed\ family Crosby and Lonzie Norman Covered? /2

as did the medicine he carried in his little are cutting cabbage for mar
I live too far away to be there, but please C
black bag. Today, the family physician is ket. Lester Crosby also pulled a Lb Can
: know I will never forget how good and kind IIIVIN I (; today i is full of 79 Box
for market last L (
load of
the decline I givirg to the "specialist"who turnips
on way
you have always been to me and my family.As week. hazards. Even the most careful -
whisks the patient in and out of his!
I back down through the to driver be innocently
go years my Mrs. Raymond Crosby has beenon can J
businesslike and impersonalmanner
office most !
in a childhood I can remember all my aches and the sick list for over a week imohed in a crash which .
during specified hour of the'day.This of the pains, and how you always made them well. Heard she has something wrung wreck his car, the propertyof -. r-. _. _......- _.-. ,_ __-
is not said in disparagement
May I add for a Doctor to have carried on with her leg. I am ashamed tosly others injures or kiU-
'qx-cialists.Jor goodnes.s know we are eager such a successful practice for 50 years, he i I have had so much trouble his pa!'senyers or tho;e in another FREY BENTOS CAP or PAMPA Brand, 12-oz Cans
advice when needed,
their
seek
to
enough I haven't had time to see her.
must have had wonderful helper at
a : car.
and their hurried methods\ are due to the The farmers are all busy turn- Can
home. May God bless you and yours ..I. :s jour Automobile Insurance CORNED BEEF 39c
fact that they must ration their time in ing land and putting in seed beds.
ways. Mrs l Robert F Prather, Jennings,' vadv for such an emerjjencj?
order to get around to all in an age when The Annual Demonstration
La.
there just aren't enough doctors for the Council met with Mrs H. M Mc-
*
ever-increasing population. nut! we cannot Rae Tuesdav They had a lovely DONALD DUCK
\Ve think its the grandest idea Bradford I I
day with chicken and everything
help but mourn the passing: of the old family
County ever had, to honor its oldest physician good to eat. QuartL1ak'c
doctor, just as we bemoan the passing of H. C. WALLAGENCY MAYONNAISE I S E
for services rendered to the people of Our daughter Belt and HubbyF.vl
of the other wholesome attributes of
many .
of
Bradford County. Mr. and Mrs Woodrow Kiiby and Eddy Faye
an era now fast J'yielding to the atomic age Ah'xanderia'a.. arrived for a "
hicks Brunswick: Ga.
of speed. stay with us Earl leaves for overseas PILLSBURYl'v-lb.Pkg.
That many other people fee], this way duty soon. Betty and Eddy Phone 110 l
I take this opportunity of thanking the;I C
about the heartwarming the "'amil docor"letters( and i is evidenced other messages by- people of Bradford County for honoring Dr for Faye awhile.are going to remain with us 200 E.StarkeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Call Street PANCAKE M I X Pkg 15

Middleton on the 50th anniversary of hi..service. .-'i Mr and Mr- Tiny Shaw of
received by Dr.) Middleton followingthe
He in attendance at laugh Gainesville
and
was my Mere visiting Sgt.
announcement of plans for this community .
ter's birth Worthinirton Springs 44 .nan; Mr Earl T. Kirby last Wednes.. AUNT JEMIMA Family
to honor him on "His Day".
Typical of these expressions are the following ago and has rendered ('ontinuol1en.j(" > to .u_,......,r
: us ever ince Mrs. U. A. Thomas, Starke. FLOUR F L 5"= 45 I 10 Lbs 83C

Fla.We From where I sit... by Joe Marsha
Dear Dr. Middleton: join wholeheartedly with our motherin
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It was with a great deal of interest that I appreciation. II. L. C. Thomas Herbert TROPICAL Blue Rose

read of the day which has been set aside by Thomas, Kenneth Thomas, Mrs ('I.nit' Nell

Starke and Bradford County citizens to honor Fountain Mrs. Lucille Fowl**, LbPkgRath's
r -; RICE I
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you and your 50 years of service to that I Surprise Ending !

community. These are just a few of th., many expressions : : /

While I can't lay claim to having been one all of them simple and, straight from .-, . .
That raffle for our Volunteer Mrs. Thayer do with the coal! '. ; -- '" ; ,
of your "babies", I can assure you that you the heart by means of which those who - -- -- '' '' '.' '>-- .' ,
hold a very warm spot in the hearts of all know and love him best have tried to say Fire Department went over fine. She gave it to a church she's notWe're "Black -
going to hue money to get even a member of. (Her ('hurrhant' Hawk"LAMB SUNNYLAND SmokedHAMS
my family for you have been "Our Doctor"for ) what was in their hearts about "the family po
'' enginl'-and then some uses her husband's fuel oil)
the past :28 jears, You have always doctor".
Our local merchants really From where I sit. that's real
been right there on the spot at the very; It is altogether fitting and proper that donated some wonderful prizes. generosity. then,:Mrs.Thayer CHOPS S SLoin

time we needed you most t, and it was a com- the county is this week paying tribute to one Like Buzz Ellis, the radio-TV never did believe in dividing

forting thought to know that "1>1'. Middle- who has served it well with little thought dealer, giving that big television people) into groups. She's "for"

ton is here, and everything is going to ball (perhaps too little for his own good) toward set and the Superior Motors everybody whatever church QflC Rib 8tol2lb Lb

right." financial gain. All too often a community putting up a brand-new car. they go to, whether they like TV 0 73C 59C

In addition to the feeling of satisfaction waits until too late to show its appreciationof There was a humorous note, or radio, people who enjoy temperate Lb Lb Whole Half
too. The of beer, people who don't. .\ or
prize year's
a supply
which
must from
you experience your yearsof those who serve it well. In this instance .

service to the community as a physician, we are glad that the testimonial has come of Yard-was'oal-donated won by by Mrs.Baker Thayer Coal, really irnrm-hearted person. -- "--L.' -. -- _.__. j '-.______-_ n-.. __ _a. .,' '_ .:,

you must also experience a sense of pride for while Dr.) Middleton can take an active part whose husband is the biggest fuel-

the love and affl'rtionhich is felt by all and see with his own eyes the fruits that his oil dealer in the county!What didt9lrlghi 8cn t It WI?.. "BLACK HAWK" Genuine Spring

who know her for Mrs1. liddlet n. To'me.. labors of love have borne in the hearts: of his

she is one of the most 'hristian and Godlike fellow citizens. Jt'J : I :.1: '1.1hib u,9, /',n.nJOI'u"' LAird LEGS Lb 65







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To: Eden whr Roy whose resident r.ITt- .no T"ThN: .\.. I
HAMPTONby '.tI'-e! w.-re served 'iot% and to make Bradford County tteir .. *nd addrew 15: Oe" *-' .

frllI' lahoDe received many home and will live on Crystal Tej 3. Vejcaard Pr.. Aalbolis. :.' .: .. H!>.\. to.
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mark. -
beaut ful gift Lake. You are hereby notified that : : : . ': \. 'du'll.
Mn \\m. \V. 1inmondLAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA t. F'ra -.'it.hell. .
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Mr. and Mrs Wiley William- : Mrand Mrs. Bruce Roark were suit D.vorce for d F .e ? .' '.:. Coke is the !

I Sunday night of la the I' f''leming fa. ,. on menu
*,n and family and MM. J. D. MeCullcrh supper guests has been filed against you : ,1 .
lad of t ., '
above named Court anti cause 1 louse ea r --r(I.any -
Ou Hampton School l Football and SOD Luke visited relatives the R F. Dyali you are required to serve a cot! I oi 1 t: of then i i... .1..1.I Inown : I

WiUborn and Live Oak and Alton Alvarez of your answer or pleadin to the k spouse b.r', .1.! .. -. -
team won a'ICt.tJnou5 Royce
game: ; I complaint on the PU itifr. |jAttorney. "raritees.: u'(aie.-*. a-g9.- r. <
hen they played against Brook- Sunday. Dade City are spending a few Evan T. Evans. 103.! II lors aid othr ilain.arl- ,i\
Law Exchange Building. Jack-it i !hrough. und"rr aga.i: _st .... h."ry U'so with meals
-r Monday afternoon of last week : Mr.. K. B V.'atterson I!! ill with I days WIth their father r Charlie :wn\ lilt, Florida !It.\ of the above rar:nl iw.' r : 900d

by the Alvarez and family. of ho is deceased to the un -n.... t. :
score of 38 to 18. Our ; the flu along with Mrs Raleigh I ;, and file the origraa: m tae ofice :eirs. devisres. ..-i.t..r' ,
Court on : grant.n.nd v ;
whool. ( hildren do very well on Brannen. It was the 1st birthday of tht the jr beftre Clerk the of the Circuit i if other claimants by. thr.-uci u :., ;

I ."hat. little they have to do with. of February 1953; 'jrt er or against each Jlargar1'u .
I Mrs Wiley Williamson daughter County Council and some 26 were day of d, eceastd George L. Pace. deas.. .' i :

Our P T A. started a playground Virginia and Shirley Jackson After a covered dist otherwise Complain the will be allegations tan as conful.d aldj- I a-id 'Jeorge 10: Pace de. easrd ; -7--
present a nd to all la.n
persons hau-ig or
) : equipment fund last year I ty you I
visited Shirley aunt Mrs Kitchens cake shall M jjullihdi! ng any interest in the foil.", in.escribed 1'-'
I luncheon at noon. a large This notee .
but &o far this term of school lands situate Brarlf -.i.iunt
and Mrs Maud Smith Fri. : : once each week for four consecutive ". m IeThere \>

nothing hai been added to it, and I day night of last week both being I with 1 candle was cut and passedby I wtki eraph. la the Bradford County Tele- I'd Beginning>' Florida.at to-wit.the point of the m- it is-right next to soups, f fks.,

there i.I no ground to use the patients at the Alachua General' Irj. Floyd Crosby the oldest I>at.-d th.s 2 day of January. 1953.OFFICIAL ; tersection of the southerly l.ne t

it ( SEAL) A. J. Thorn**, i if Centt-r Street las extended I I".
equipment when
we get and
on in Gainesville Demonstration membtr. meats dert&
Hospital Home Clerk of ta. Circuit CourtBy I with the westerly lm of State 4
Principal Mm Ala Perkins laid I Marian L. Cioby. Deputy Clerk Koad :100 I all now wdene h> "
Mr and Mrs C. H La field Miss Hallaway State Honr
fthe would like to see Hampton i > ______ 1,9 4t 1:0 I additional right ufa>, and bring Yes, Coke with meals is growing fast \ .
and children of Gainesville were of Tallahassee also U S. Highway 101 and {
have a playground when concrete I:i Demonstration agent TO WHOM ITI U' CONCERN I TtDlpl..nu...) in the Citv of \ I'

ould be poured for the childrento : Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. was the honored guest and TAKE NOTICE TJUT a un 1o'ordl) Marke, Florida. FOR A POINT -it really makes good food taste .
and Mrs Raleigh Brannen and Sedan. Engine :Number' 98HA 106191. | OF BE<;iNMN roller tkate. etc. which would gave a talk on Lsadersh-p.: with an appraised value of less than | :North' S'S degree 7 nw'uI..II,1', ,
and Mrs M B La 'field. .
I family > Bradford lit'tter."I
be.zed
be 110000. was in 1 along the southerly I'ne of Center -
a safer place then the Main I i
The W T. was entertained the County. Florida on November 1. Street for a distance of 1291feet
Ktreet I'I F\KM BI'IlrLXr: 195:!. for violation of Chapter 56:2. to a .onorete P R.M the'ice
week Mrs. Don Hill at her
past by Florida Statutes. 1941. as amended run South 1 degree T4 minutes
The Ladies Council! of The i home Mrs. Frank Thomas had !' 1 and that it is the intent of John E. \\.t for a d.stame of lt: feet to
J It. Wainw right. Starke Mayor Montgomery, Director cf the State a om-rete P.R M thence run t
Oirlstian Church was entertainedia 'I charge of the meeting after whicha : was elected pre.iident of the Bradford -, Beverage Department of FI 'rlda, to outh iS degrees ? .minutes East tI

Thursday afternoon by Mrs. lurpriw! Stork shower was held retain said property for use by the for a distant of ";;.01 feet to I
County Farm Bureau at thE'lrJan. of FlorIda -|
Mate Beverage Department the westerly! line of said State tI
Evelyn May at her home here. for Mr.t Lucile Saxon. Sunshine ,i 23 meeting on February 9. 1953. as is provided Road :ou. wlmh is marked by a I
for in Section SSI.S9.: Florida concrete I' K U. thence run
Dr Win. H. Manning, hia son friends names were exchanged.Mrs N G. Hayes, Jr., was named Statutes, 1941. as amended. northerly along the said westerly -

m.law and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. K. Watterson was elected vice-president and Frank L. Tom- All persons claiming any rights line "f State Road :200! for a

A Hackman. all of Philadelphia. president to replace Mr*. Fred cr interest in or to said property or distance of l4.6: feet to said i
lmson elected
sf'cretarytreasurt'l'I any part thereof are hereby requ red i Point of Beginning: ALSO beginning -

i.sited briefly here Thursday of Whidden who resigned.I Kobbins, director of organizations to appear and to make claim at the intersection <.f
within thirty 30) days from the the westerly line of State P. .."] ;
Ja-t week They were enroute to I I Helen Jean Parker spent of the State Farm date df the first publication or posting I| ;fib:')0 ' addr ..1 i I K

H'ala for a winter vacation. :' Tuesday evening at her hone ; Li urea >-taff in Winter Park was, of this notice as is provided by al right of wa> ) with the n..i, :1- '
I !Section 512 39, Florida Statutes.; 1941 ,i .erlv line of Center Street .i- \ .
B C Morn and II V Saxou here and attended the Shower in special guest at the gr iup s of I
'as amended to the State Beverage tended in the City (.r ;O;" ik' .

,I I'ompano IJeach were visitors I the Community Hall honoring Mrs. tw'r.-; election meeting Department of Florida. Tallahassee I Florida thence run N.it'i i' .1--.1grey. ri \j jJtt
.
!
Florida or all such rights and interest ,. 7 minutes \West .t : 1' \
here this week.A Donald lc lahjne. in and to bald property shall northerlv line of I'. n'I ."i s. .

and terminate. j for a distance of :2.1,4 i I. : -n'.
Cox and cease
Mr. and Mrs llobert .
number ; \OIM i: 10 U'I'IIII. .
of .
large Hampton : ,
Director. .
John D. Montgomery the easterl line 'of l.tk *
) folks attended ncmceg at Park- ': Mr and Mrs Charles Hick Mrs t.'l..rli4In( Irrull I<.'ur'hall."rt.. llmdCurd ountf, tate leverage Department of i i St hI h I is marked lP l\ .; ,

lur.da. KM theme run, :\..!M t 1 o'! \ \ \ j
ofthePalms, Keystone Heights, I Wasdme and *)n of Gainesvillewere of I LOIJI.lirm>a\ul P.1"r.kf'O.: .k.".. Iirfendant. Plaintiff vs 1/9 4t 1/30 Kie.14: minutes J Ki-- ...I., .'._. '. :: \

.
dinner
m sunday afternoon. Sunday guests Case No 90Sollrf !'. >' .isterl line of IiU s r
.
In The < IrruH unrt Of Tbe FJlihthJudicial .( dlstante 64.4 > i. -
Mr and Mrs G. C. Cox. \ luppmrs
Mis 'S Joan Sweeney, Connie To-: Louisa MriMikr. who1re-.1 ('Irtnll. In AntI Fur rete PUU.: lh. ri i 'I, 'LI;
Miss! Doris Parker Sun P.i'Flyni. llradfurd County Florida. lahanrerr. I 7degrees 57 IIIIIMIN-I. I-' : r
Sweeney, Harbor Matchelt and : spent dt-nre and addrelS Is: co John .
'
< A dlta".f 4'.1: r
Joyc.. Heal were dinner guests on day evening in Gainesville with N.( Y. 1'lainview. Illcksxille L. I.'j I QUIET TITLE I said \\ <-sj..rl> 1m- f s. i I I. il

L.V.. Alford and Sara E. Alford. 200. th,' trun -" .. I f
her inter: Helen Jean. i I You are -rt-l.y :'lutififti that a .
Sunday of Miss Ruth Sibley in suit f"r I Ills Wife. Plaintiffs-. vs Irving1, tile Ursterl lint .s .. .1|!

ThereMHa i Misses Fostline Williams and : Divorce and further relief Hemherz. Defendant. i iIn JOO f..r a disi.ui i I.
thf'. 'I he Name Of The 'late Of mure or less. t.., tl L. i
Ilean iukens coed's at has been filed against you in
The Indies of the Christian: !
llcleudanl
hove named Court and cau.. and!, Florida 'lo I he ginning:

I "hurch niiontiired a Stork Show\ the University of Florida, were you are rvquirnl to s.-r\.-. a cop ol Irving lUmherz j Y..u and .a'h of \ \
your an-wrr or i>l-adinn to ihconii'lainl ,." And to Any unknown spouse. of n.ttified that a IUII, ..rlieen \ V
of last week guests of the J. W. Home deft ndant.
er Tuesday evening supper I on the PlTuMff I '-, I said above named natural i iAnd filed in the I' i I. It!

honoring Mrs. Donald McMahoneat 'family Wednesday night. Attorney William P M'.rgan. I to; All parties claiming interests : hi.idford County Fi.I i '.1 I : i 1-

SOT Clark EniUinp, Jackooll\., by, through undtr or against I'' iery, l 10) ;ulf Oil '.', |I' .- a.oiporation
the Community Hail Potted and Harry W Baker named defendant not )
Mr. Mrs Florida, the above t .organueu .i .1 i \ e 1ii\\V! \
Plantg weie used as decorations! and three children of Havre de t and file tbv Original in the Hi' .. hj l" 'known to be dead or ali\.having.. or I I* under the laws j.f the $t.i. I l'
.. the fierk of the Circuit Court ur; I And to All parties 'In.nla.! a- plaintiff at. I .i-1
gamf'sI.. t'fl' |1.la)eil! and prizes ; (:ra(..-. Md and Washington D or l".-for. the 'claiming any right, tale or interest ) you and ..ao'h..f >'ou, a i iK _
1$ day of February. 1933:: 1! in and to the following describedI i iI i a unst the City of Starke. > i I. :
; I
\\ereI.'on by Mrs. It F Dyal, C are xi.sitiriK Mi and :Mrs Bradford Coui- j _
otlfi tt Ike the allegation" ..t ai(I propcrtyitUate in ila niunii ipal ti irpol at ion. u -
,1'.inl.lant will be taktrn a.-- >....nfr->.' i t>'. Florida, to-wit: ndailts t that the nature ..t lot
.-d l.v y..u. I The North Four Hundred Feet II J JI :suit is t., quiet and confirm tit. i.f) _
Ihm not ue shall he piiiihvhec I i tit the Northeast Quarter of the" l.laintiff t.. th.aI.oe iestrib-d
It'n's ('lothingEstahuisheti "t.. ,. ra h Mrek for four rorfriUUVi'u..k Southeast' Quarter ling in Section -] lands as a Itsimpit.' title and t..
IALV AREZ STORE I .. .. 1 34 Township 7 South.1Itange
I in th Hr.nlford "unty Trl- ia.niel the right title i'iteres
: tS91 I 22 Katt. I
Br,u>h ,i laim and lien of >'.>u and ea.'h ..l:!
1! Hated this II day of January. 195TH.KFICIALSEAL i You and each of you are notified you. and of s.ud: City of Stark4<'
I ) Charles A. Darb r that a suit to quiet title to the above )It f.ndantiii and to raid lands and

ci..rk ,of the Circuit d.uri't i described property has been filed "\'..ry pan thereof as dlluds.."
I rMinan: I.. Cros'b)'. I enu''' ci..'U !I against you and you are hereby required Il1tititif"[ ;ulr and to perpetua'h
%, 41 TAMPA 1'16 It '(; to serve a copy of your An- enjoin !ouch defendants from ass ting J JI
WIN on swer to the Hill of Complaint on the ani laim. illt..tt..I. tltl..r .-I,I

"uI uI.I.III: \ITIU I I plaintiff attorneys Williams & \I II in or to said lands: AND YOI'I"i :
STATE FAIR DAYS In I Iri-ull (.....r.. llrntlford ('i.unlTKtorlilni ,I I I-'ulch. r. O Iox: 41:! Starke Flori-I KKgl'IKKD! to appeal and to H _

CAltNDA OF IVlNTlTUIUAT. In ( hnn.r,. da. a'id file the original in the office ;I I a I'nl' ofour answer or pi,. min
',u "I'n.. :M 1 1.-. Cl.untiff, \ 111 II of the Clerk of the Circuit ( plaintiffs attorn..).. ll.>i>i> I.
MIIUAIT I .ml I F. I.- 1.s. 1 1,'f, nia',iT. Court on or before the 16 day of Knight whose addrti' Staikt

Colorful Cp.mng C..monn. Srw r i Case No. 5iS February. A.D. 1953, otherwise. the .Klonda and t.. file tht! "11I"'I.d] .1
ttt Honor.no.Imp' *.I l PottnK'tHwvtv \..ll...e loi"nr. allegations of said Bill of Complaint your .in-\v.i r ,.r |"ilt.ni'iiK! II, th. ..r
(gyp, T.A fnpl Belli. nd. wxl Srw,Pa'a.i n. C*ut-t by of To: Hichard F. T.es. w ho resl'!. will be taken as confessed. !I II fit >. ot tht Mini rsijriit i! ;.Ik I : I : 'I'D NDH UTH(3lllr Of tNt COC*.COlA COMPANY I* .
ftavil Andruw Viool. Boc.lIt, denre am) address !Is: 5912 1'utnanVveiiue. This notice hall be published 'iri nit i'i.11"I t "n \la',10: I Ittthel '' ,
... once each week for four consecutive I .. STARKE (COCA COLA ISOTTI.ING COMI'ANYCoke'
O* <'*r it Plttttburg l k< UiilgewuoJ 27. New York.I \\' is.' t1 .*lI. u i' l I II i ifiiipl.uii'
l lend, tointtr" ....to. Fort Mutt, weeks in the Bradford County Tele-I I .
\ t u notifud that .
_. .. I ate >rr<: > t will I I I. iK i: .i I Ird
0.1 Vvjrotn* Lake Countv >J
Ou.ol< County Mm.t.. County VuIt for graph. Marke. Florida. I I lt\ \ ,'UiT 1 ;u o Jeg.iiered t.cJe Tiatli e 1753 IM| COCA COLA COMPANY
Dly, P*..11.!l County Day and fa k I 11l'.r.... Dated thin 12 day of January A.D. I I l.s Fl t' l:'I'ill 1:1:K: i 1'1:1":1:1! : | | : i :i 'i' i
County D.Y h.g'" Tru." "0" I has been filed against you In the 1tt .. .<= 4 'rd'r f I'" I I. T..1] N
I ,tl>o\e named Court and tau and ( OFFICIAL: SEAL) Charles A. Darby
WIONISOAf. HlllUtT 4 of said Circuit Court
Clerk
I You are required to serve a copy of I
-
H.fnando County 0.... M,uOnW".t.On l.i,. yur answer or pteadln to the Ev Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I IlU "
Ajto lUtet complaint on the l'Iatntltfsttorriey. 4t %/1 ;-Ti

THUISOAY.PMCO .UUAIY I I T. Frank 1-andrum i
County DaV Bradford County Starke. Florida. I II 'n"'lnI'I'U I
Day /II,...*., rort*. D.v. Tout 0'y.Crujmt I and file the original in the office In llriuil Court llradturd County I 2
onih.p D..'y A.nJi- '!'of .
the Clerk of the Circuit Court I'lorliln In < hnnrrry.K ,
**4ttujn M.yo Juilg13 ?J, ,VI. .. or before the I' l.in-iiot riamtiff \ -. Mat .
.
6 30 PM AMtinoon Ir. M :*?
9 day of February 19iJ.:; : it ii l.,iiunu't, I". f'nd..nt I '
\\.n
IIIOAT, MIIUAIT ttnl ..( I-* the allegations of said Case No 9J97Noliir I I C'
P4e IO ...'''....,, Day VCXlp will be taken as con.I To .%pprar. '. < "'"'. ,
Mqii-! g.nthtnj 'og'*m 10 00 A M I ifesx.d l>\' > ou T-. Man- ammot. wh"1r<.sirl I ,
by '... fviNew" Horn ._ ., .
| This nutliM hall .> published ll' I' .11 cl i l lr ---- IC 10.:' i'l.t> toT'I I
truk." .1 Ami .* and 4 H CM'VUTUIDAV .....Jr...
once t'lldl week for four consecutive M.: co MrHrsvi* Uuth.rford \\ ilnn :

IIIIUAUIutJI weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph itti.n." Delaware !

II'I" a.idmaheft .u,.... hme- Y"u are lier.-ty notified bat .1 I
J' Amri .1 ."Iv w.ciIganatln Dated this 7 day of January 1955.i suit for '
'! V',, *" "oon AutjiUNOAV. ;i \ulo'Io'J'I.\1.1 :*!-:.M.) A. J. Thomas Divorce and other relief _

.. I I Clerk of the Cinuit Court. has been filed dgamt you in the I ._. __*s e._' _

nilUAlYto j i Lr Marian L ,'roslt>'. Deputy Clerk.I' above named Court and cause and I 1 .

l.....d th.MONQAY public you are required to serve a copy ofyt.ur I 1A .. h, ... ;: _
MI u< r.: in \rrr\u answer or pleading to the .,
MIIUAIT t ''in 4Ir-iit. ('..ur.. Bradford County. Co::'plaint on the Plaintiff's a .

1>JU>JI "K DJV nd: PjiKM M.gS.Ur i Florida: In Cbanrery. Attorney William P. Morgan. .
;
,1. l.unty Djy Ind.i.. a.."tLv John J. RIce, riai-itiff. \"*. MarKue. \' ,07 Mark Building. Jacksonville.Florida I ,

_lty Cj> nO Vo>I.* Count) OjTUISOAT. l,...ft'ndant. ( a'c :No.' 54Nollir [ ,- :'-
lo liienr and file the original In the officeof
CELEBRATION MIIUAtr 10Cottfnor To: Mary Hte.hooe residence I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on '. ,. .L
t DIY Alt HooOJ! Div.U.'d.n .
t Dy an4 hUboio.4i and address Is. Unknown. or before the
A I!'Cty $Krut piriJc tiirtt K county C(> \ on are hrreiy notifud that a'' 21 day if Februarv. 1953; L
suit for Por: has been filed otherwise the allegations of said *
eli on Ofxruitg Jjj! Thrill tho I. WIONISOAY. iiiiUAir II ;j against you In the above named Complaint will be taken as contented : L2
Ch.ktn i Qatro"I'I' tvm BoyTHUISOAY. I Ci"' rt and autO fleet Gitpirillj? pjfaJcX S .' C..
I of
to s..ra copy your an- I This notice shall tr published .
/. three pleading to the complaint h week for f.)ur consecutive RUM r&R PENNIES I IIn S
oihrrt. A btjjcr. nt"-r ruauAiv 12nt..natinil 1 I swer or One e ea
Bradford _______ .__ __ __ __ __ __ _
>;T the 1'1lnllff'ttllrnf') I week.s in the County ,
Day ith ii
< -
rruj jy more cxhibiit, /if.j.TCituUd tP..n Am.f.ctn sre ComflUUion.I : pragxmt T. Frank I.andrum StarKe. I Telegraph the b>g Economy Run 3 out '

h.'t Gaai..a I ""i*",n '. tKf
l/m niiion'shrjf (," .nt'a (0.1 C.,. Gihden !. ieiie' '
I .ffne of the 'lerk of the Circuit IU. F\L fharlet A Darby a mile1! (Coif of got, oil not '
fo Day
t tlcctiKil cNsltioITarnpa's : ('ourt on or before the 16 day of. Clerk of the Circuit Court rncWjng fixed eipemet such ot Atprcoalion. '
nitUAIT IIIttwnty jFerbuary 19J3.; otherwise the aiIt"KAt"n".f By ;Marian L. (Crosb, Deputy Clerk ,
Ittb SUIt Fur a 'aid.mplalllt will b. 1.23 4t 213 laiti ) #
Comm twgrvri ry MjCcit '*\ .
kulory mikmj doer Jjy kbriiOrt Co. St Jormi County t'.,. takin as imif-ssrij t>j jou. I : ./ r .. /
CPanp.anihp Beef /II..do This notlre shall *>e published' '(iTi'I: TO PIMIII .f ., .J } 'I

.v "lit cm lforj to m ... t Njthjn 10 f M Mayo A"OOIThr.1I Judging,vilon 9CE. once each week for four onsecume la ( Irrull uurt. llradfuril County .- ''I, t it 'r It I
tI
weeks In the Bradford County TeluBrmph i Florida In I haarrry.William .

"'Till DAY, MIIUAIY U I I J. \\ aterPlaintiff. vs.

4 M v jf.:> :::1.> f "j fj. 'yr Dated thl. 14 day of January. 153 Th..lnl.41I'r". P'tndant.
fEBRUARY 3-14 0. (....1>"".. s c.II.'J Ri.t. (OFFICIAI.SEAL: ) Charles A. Darby Case No 9 OJNotice high
TftMPA\ | .'lerk of the Circuit Courtly ; Tpprar.. I We're trading ,
Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk I To Thelma S. Waters whose ,
1/16 H Z/ti'' rt-id.n. e and address is' 1113 Meeting -
Street. Charleston South Caro
I '
'I \Mi< i: TO \rrK\H
I. I irruit ......u. HraUfurd ,'..unH. lina.You are hereby notified that a handsome

Florida! In < kaiireryC'aren. suit for and
wide
: .-e D IVbord Plaintiff vs. Divorceha :
I \ :rg.n,a M I'ebord. IVf"idant.Case. .. been filed against you in the i ,
:No.' 9591Noilre above named Court and cause and

I T. \ppesiZ you are required to serve a copy of want.
T,': Virginia 5!. Debord. whosert.dinoe icur answer or pleading to the Ford .kyou
: : and address is: Unknown. complaint In the Plalntifr.Alornt'Y. size r
Y.0 are hereby notified that a T Fra.nk Landrum on any

e's \ I f'Lt forInvorce. t.rke. Florida. Tvuk now. Full ron1 from 14S
custody and control of ar.d file the original In the office of right Get a new F0rJ PIG JOBS! And *
Her .unor children the Clerk of the Circuit Court OH with your Ford Dealer 11,000.Ib G.V.W.
do bl"'ln'' Pickup 10 of youV t*
before the If old truck START
or you .
has been filed against you in the that YOUr is just the
ut L.tw named C..urt and cause and I:! day of F.bruary. 1953.; ; ocy-yOu maY dllover t h e.ey you buy Truck!
than
yOIl Ford
.. ot.erwi-e! the. allegations of said to 5100 MORE with a thrifty
1..1 $2S
t. s .r" of from
Clb \ i 11 e I- | i a "op> worth 'o'ilnQ'
.. .-.r ..r pI.adinK to the .orn- mplant will le taken as confe" t. j is II Later" may be too late! ii

riP I P .i ," ..n ih. Plaintiffsttorne\ ed by you think! Don't delay. ___ J
\ Hay Selden Selden Building, This notice shall be publishedonce i ;;- --- ... a

l>a\tona B..a'h, Floridaand each' week for four consecutive -. _ -
mana91ngmoney tIe:1 the ng.nal: in the office Y'H.9 in the Bradford Count f;; ''f 1 ,
.: : P. i .."- of 'he Circuit Curt CT Ta4egraph ,n )srI A....".1" ,:, ", f'l.'Jr'r"rol. .,'U.,,,.. : M" ..
i r bt fore the l.'d t" :i by "f January. 1953. ; W__ M_,' '.''' .." "..,.
H d. if 1S5Sru ti 'FFIt'ILEL> Charles A. Darby
11 February, ; :
.'..,- .-f the allegations of said Clerk of the (',r.'uttlun : .:
By Marian L Crosbv. Deputy Clerk tl -
'' w.'i be taken
1'1.t1:11 as con- _
ii.:1 .
i --.0.1 by >ou. I'U 41 2/13 ........
i 1-- tteshall. : be published \ ,
NOTICI: TO \ri-K\u "
4'
i- f ta h week for four consecutive -
> 11t.
I. Irrull (ourt, llradfurd <..ant/
the Bradford Tele '
's m County rl riila .
: In lb".r.F.
s' ;Ph ,,' H f. r. Plalntt. \.. Cecil ... ,
Titd this: 14 day of Januarv 1JJ3. : Hi. to.
tfer. lVftnda"t ca-c 5g.-'. 9571
\,-'l-'l\'t.\L E\L Chanes A. Darby :1 N tlce T. \ppear.Tu .
i':.e'k: ..t The Circuit (',>unl li
l'I\ H iftrr. Nres'denc: ,
: M.ir..n I. \. ty. D.puv Clerk
.
And add'e
i is 116 \o ';r..8n
1.164t :26! KaM 1. !Vnn-\lvania! Street'l I t1E-

_I Yoa are hereby notified Q
bcn here In tlr. uil (uurl. l-mcfvrd C'.u.th suit for
1 got it from my er. Knowing Klnriria., In ('hanrrrt..ilf f'rce I I

\. : rUflKi ''::-i\n! I'a.ltlff.! : 'I'. has been filed 1 IIrt;
; against in tbe
money goes helps you make it go farther. My ''Morgi: J !J.:, ,"..,\ .n. PtfmdantI above named Court and you cause and ,

I I Case :No' 5553 you are required to serve a copy of -
Sw correct wcstefdd'hb' Order fit I'ubliraiUn and N*.lrf TaIpprar I your answer. or pleading to the '
checking account helps me
; ; *ttr .f KUrid* complaint 11 T ''
on the PlaHtitTsAtti
i M it i IT,> ;M 'jran Ji.hn Gla"in.'hos -.rney Evan T. Evtns. 103
.
S4 Its. rr-tuV-K and address t fs: Unknown Law
Spen Exchange Building. Jackonville. :: I IHU
.4L- \'U irr r.qulr..d to appear on Florida. A a,4''M-J
: *
'Frbru.v\ 1<1 !. in the abovenan.d
WELCOME YOUR ACCOUNT and file the original In the office of r.o A r.
WE'LL i,. Curt and cuse wherein the Clerk of t-e Circuit Court OB ----
plaint;'f sseks dixoroe custody and or before the

contr,,1 of n-.nor: child. Bradford :2i: day i.f February 195J.::; I
!' <\ ,i--% T. 1. craphhalt publish this -
:3i otherwise the allegations of said Tt.dS UST LMCli: 1Jw.; 'lattsr rtgsfra I
t"! r..t fur "' t klv uuff. C''OClp1ant111: THE "STEAL"t
te taken onfeiid -
.! W. .- mh.nd and official > by you. as tioa dote O" 8,049,000 trvdi. Cf* irurontt IIF'rti Lie//lie? 7oQayMAKE ,

*#.i: ..:: SM-V*. Fltridi.: this Jaa- This notice shall tu published Ford Trwcki loit lo get )
FLORIDA BANK at STARKE _..l:4.. :-453. once each week for four consecutive _A llrniMlAndrews
.
'
KKli IVLSEAH Charles A. Dirty weeks. in the Bndford County Tele-
.-- ,.; As t'l.rV. of said ,'urt grapa.r .
-o-> .,). It! 1 l > M.ra: ;. I.. ,'r,.!'ty. DputClerk. 'a--d th.s Jl day of January. 195:. I
: .. WI Min: J Frar': "07 Consolidated (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby
(;AtNf1 I 'ill 7/ 1) I II Co.
ee 1 i P.ds.: Ltksor.zle.: Fla. Clerk of the Circuit Court Motor
.-..' / I11embr _foda /lalionaljroup! .\tt> ?. f r Pit 1 li 4t tTO I I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.

: : I 1:23 4t 2.'13
# onn: .\.Fi'F.tRI .
I Iia rirealt ("..,t. Bradfard C....ty.I I, Ia The Circuit Court Of Bradford I
I FIAI4a In rka..*r*. ('0..',. Florida I. Chaaeery.Case MADISON AND ADAMS ST. PHONE 118 STARKE FLORIDAnuu.

jJam",. \v. r.vj. Piamtiff.. Ellen: I No. 9001..I .



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I 6 I II II I IIII 6 Dyal-Alvarez Marriage, l1rs.V. E. ----
Dowling Honored Stork BHS Girl's Chorus .-rn-e N

Shower At Mrs. Claude Crowson's PIaJ'.AI,t'!e made tor ;; ; .
Visit Foster Shrine '
Event Of Jan. 1 1Mi
bers who" could to attend
i >
tt t-
Cc'tattCladys MrV E Dolling! was honored 0o of narcissi A tear : mjt in Jasper Monday C:
quet drop On ThurdJan: 2J: the Girls : < u ; J,
i' ; t 'i' a lenprtrul: stork shower l last pumh bow! was placed at one enC Chorus of BETS n.tl'tht> Stephen 2 at which time :a new > ia, .

Kr.iavenir.g at the home of of the table and crystal plattersheld Foster Memorial at White be organized. With MMrs .. ,"
Mr Claude: Crowson on \V Madi- dainty cakesAppropriate Andrews being the ,
t Springs They enjo\ed a pl.nacI there rI" \
M n <'reet Hostesses for the af- I l .
!
games were played .
Mooty : : rrA: -..re Mrs Crowson. Mrs durttig the evemeg ar.d prizes were I| lunch While after touring the memorial K.'fr, snr-ertsere <.' i -i
they were there
man
a
Phone 35 t P-iIph: Yarbray. Mrs. W T. Jack- awarded to Mrs. Eteer Johns. a siKial hour enuei j j
from
:Miami
1eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee took rrotion picturesof
.1. -i-r. and Mrs Robert Paterson. Mrs. Al Harley Jr. ar.d Mrs meeting.
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flee ---- the girls He said the pictures
\rraage.rents of potted: plant Robert Chapman.Irs: Dowhng

Miss Edna Jeanette Baptist WMU Circles and narcissi were placed at points was pre nted with many lovely would station appear Wednesday.on a Miami Jan.television 28- St. Mark's: ..\ : V -\

e't of interest in the home for the and useful baby gifts in a bassisettrimmed -- Sandra Taylor i'h St.'.- I:, ,-. N

Tells) Of Engagement Plan Meetings (.< rasion. The refreshment table in blue and; puik The regular north t : \' Jt: l

was overlaid with a handmade Twrenty-one close friends of the St Marks Auxiliary '): : '
('if les of the Baptist W M !Ian> cloth and centered with a honoree were present at the party i| Woodman Circle for next: Mond.ix has .

will : old their monthly meeting !To Meet Tuesday posed! :'.::tli! M >ndaKeb: I M n, ...
at the hon i C!.u..,!
following .es:
Presbyterian Women Combine Circle ,'iv:'.s.. ,
Lnn-r.a Epperson -ircle! Mi" I The Woodman Circle met Tuesday C of C Needs .
Pain Alvarez leader, will meet Groups For Joint Meeting Tuesday H :
: night at 7:30: o'clock in theI
Fair- an v
Tuela afternoon at 3 o'clock oil P Ads TodayAll t
the home of Mrs. E. Lennon A combined meeting of the man. Plans were made to wash I I Catholic Center for the monthly : of< : >;; ,

circles of the business restaurants and .1- .< ', .
Presbyterian Womenof meeting Mrs Mac g
Ida Darby circle, :Mrs. N 0 the 'vat covers of the church. i

Maxwell, leader, will meet Tuesday dud Mrs Gei>rg- P. Alvarez the Church school was held in the Mrs. Paterson was m charge of Jaudon president, presided over firms ers interested in the Flor.da in dlspla :I't.;

; afternoon at 2:30: o'clock at : of Starke dnnoume themarnage Sunday room Tuesday eve- : the business meeting.
3F
with :25 the program and presented Rev Tampa are asked t.> get
the home of Mrs. Floyd Green; of their daughter Jt-nnel. ning present. 1 Mrs.V11te! Mae JudJh ,".. l i K ".-
c Mrs. Robert Paterson gave the Leslie Shepherd who talkt'on 'I( ert .1 ,r1 tl e r1 ;i .
Mrs L Wynn cohostess. to Pu. A. ,
Jerry Dial of Hampton \ "
.. I
tinted and! -:,-: ;..', ,. .
devotional .
During the .t .
,
business "Dariel Baker, of the Great
lain: Fowler circle Mrs Maxie son of :Mrs Alma Dyal and one I I .
after leader, will meet Tuesday the late B. G. Dyal, Sr. The wedding ,. :meeting'it was decided to give a Protestant Leaders".

aiternoon at 3 o'clock at the homeof took place on January 1 at food sale Feb. U in front of Kite's: During the social hour the grour ..

Mrs. H I... Brownlee. Folkston. Ga. electric shop on Call street. MrsC presented Mrs. E. M Davis with; a

I I Dora Aldl man circle, Mrs. H. For her marriage the bride F. Ward b chairman. lovely cut glass vase;; for her A&P Invites You .a"

\ A. Larson leader, will meet Tuesday chose a light blue dress with It was also decided to give the faithful services as churl !h ,tr f .*". toSaveMoney

i I afternoon at 3 o'clock with which she wore black accessories. new preacher a "pounding" tc ist. The" hostesses. Mrs W J

j Mrs. 11 L HtjUgh. Mr. and Mrs. Dyal were attended stock the pantry before he gets Epperson and Mrs K G P- "i

i Helen Masters circle :Mrs. ,! by the brother and sisterinlaw hei.". Mrs J. R. Kite is chair- h'n't'd delicious refr sK-,.. .r.Miss :- on Food
M I> snit Mrs. A. C. Tetatone of '
Frank Beard leader. will meet of the groom, Mr. and Mrs Y
: 'o-ke announce the enagement I our \J j
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30: o'clock Bert Dyal Jr. Carol ;
and rti| r'iahtng marriage of their. Wilbur Scott. Sophie White Announces ., .
of Mrs.
at the home ------- -- -
Bradford
laughter; Edna: Jeanette. to N. The bride is attending
Tnonux+ son of Mr and Mrs. t Doris Knight circle, Mrs. Dave High School Mr. Dyal is in the Engagement To Mr. Charles Fields

Paulk leader, will med in the Air Force stationed at Biloxi. '
tnn, Thomas( also of Starke. ,
Mr. and Mrs O W White. Si- Building. FRGffRfesseftDra49C :
j; KuucationaLbuildiug Tuesday eve- Miss. _
Tin will be event
marriage
an at 7:30: o'clock. Hos.teasesMrs. announce the approaching mar- Miss Viola Lewis of M.-; :.. .. 1 1t
oi! Saturday Jan. 31V1A I mng
chairman. riage of their daughter. Carol serve the bride as maId f.' h.-: .,:
( J. E. I Hildebran ,
Wilma Baptist Winsome Sophia to Charles II. Fields. son and Robert Tanner of Ju k* n\ ::.
Mrs J. T. Lawson and Miss .
\ Plan !Monday i Alexander. Class Meets MondayThe of Mrs. J. II. Fields and the lateJ will be the best man. I'shtrA :' h. it t al! \ u-ii-in( .1 j \\ ", rtn..", r

i H. Fields. be Olin W. White Jr and H.'rh. ,IT Super Right Cooked R
Rally At RaifordThe Class of the The wedding will be an event Green of Starke. Mr F K :
Winsome
Baptist -
Women's Missionary Assotation I Exec. Board To Meet church. Mrs. W. B. Mundy. of Sunday afternoon. Feb. 8 at Perryman will be at the ..:to: u PICNICS L bdyotjE9C CANDIES I E S S1.1111I

uf the Baptist Churches I The executive board meeting of II j jj leader met at the home of Mrs 4:30: o'clock in the First Methodist and Rev. L. A. Shepherd <" R u

will) hold! their quarterly rally with j the Woman's Club will be held in | 'J, E. Hardy Monday night with church with Rev. Thomas G ford will be soloist. \\.11 IT..
the Raiford Baptist Church on 14 members 'and one visitor pres No invitations are bung i---j I"'i: \ .. ..,
r
the dub house! Thursday afterntxn. Mitchell officiating. A receptionwill < aini .11111.!
Monday. Keb 2. at 10 a. m. The I ent. Mrs I G. Harris was co- but all friends of the tnupie ,-.r. tII8. {.
Feb 5. at 3:30 o'clock. thin MinisMalt.
meeting will rlo*" at 2:30: p. m. hostess. immediately follow the ceremony invited to attend the wedding .iini! Azalea All Meal Skinless 'Q ,-:
in the Methodist Educational! reception. Jlola (, t h I t,
The guest: speaker will be Miss Geo. Powell HonoreeOn Mrs. P. T. Noun opened the Lb Cello .:,I Milk : ;II'your
Elizabeth: Provence who will speak business meeting with the devo- FRANKS 45C w

en "Much Is Required". Every 28th Birthday tion. "Life of Samuel". Prayer Bride-Elect Miss Jo Ann Dinkins Busy choiceWesson
:Mrs N. S. Dankel) The
one is cordially invited! to attend. was by
i Mrs. Charles A. Powell enter. "j group worked on the year book With Pre-Nuptial Parties, Showers 29C
Frozen.
WSCS tamed 'at a birthday party last | 'during the meeting.- Swanson 2 Ib. Pk g. ,
Methodist ,Saturday from three to five o'clock Miss Jo Ann Dinkins. whose One Wiggins.Thf .
Delicious refreshments wereserved
marriage to Marion E. York will large fireplace \\i\!\ .i
Circles To MeetThe i brating for her son.his G'orgt110 2&th anniversary-was! eel- social hour.by the hostesses during the be an event of Tuesday ('venang"I" glowing fire wabanked v\ :th fRYER F BAI'KS 39C Oil, qt Glc

MethodistVSC.S circles b. 3. at S o'clock has been the magnolia bough and ai "ouu: I
The Powell home Laura St
on be withMrs Sugar: hoarTomatoes:
The next meeting will
the mantela
entire -
will hold their February rr.eting occasion' inspiration for several lovely par length on :
at the following time: was decorated for the Jim Ritch at the State Farm ties in the past week. a plaque holding burning y.: !!<>.<. 2 303 cans 25c
with of !
arrangements spring
Circle 1. Mrs. L. A. Davis, leader :( with Mrs. Cora Dugger; as co- Thursday. Jan. 22: the Keystone tapers.
j flowers] in pastel and dark hues | Allgood Sliced Breakfast '
hostt'ss.Von1an's :MK
will meet with Mrs. Davis; :' Inn was the scene of a de- The bride's table was ovvilan!
Tuesday! morning at 10 o'clock. The birthday cake was iced in j j'white lightful luncheon for the popular with a lovely cutwork cloth and Lb Saltines Ib pkg 21c
and embossed in pink Ini -
Circle 2. Mrs J II. Ritch. lead I i I dividual cakes matching the birthday : \ Club Meets bride-elect with Mrs Charley centered with an artistic arrangement B A CON 49C

er will meet la the educational I cake were also served with I Monday EveningThe Johns. Mrs. Lex Green Mrs. L. A. of daffodils flanked by thr.-e- I i lona S\\ (TIPeas .
building Monday afternoon at :3 I. Canova. Mrs Guy Sale and Mrs[ branched candelabra holding tal!
punch. 2 303 cans 25c
i if lock with Miss Florence Wood of the \\'. I;. :Mundy as hostesses burning tapers. Pouring Ru>siai

and Miss Kate truth as hostesses. | Games were played during the Junior Woman's February Club meeting will be held I The U-shaped luncheon table tea from silver services at eith. Swanson Frozen Fryer lona Crushed
Wood, leader, i afternoon and prizes were awardedto end of the table were Mrs L F
circle 3. Mrs. A was graced with a plaque centerpiece -
will meet in the educational build' Mrs. Joe Martinez, Mrs. Fred I Monday evening Feb. 2, at !e I holding a large white heart Dinkins, mother of the bride-elect Lb Pineapple, No. 2'/2 can 25c
Pellum and Mrs. George Schaeffer o'clock in the club house" W I N t G S 2 9c
inK Mondav afternoon at 3 o'clock with pink and blue ruffling at and Miss Hannah Swindell. aunt
Ernestine Denmark is in chargeof Sultana :No. I Can
with Mrs. Titus Olson as hostess. Mr Powell received many lovely the bottom of which was a long IOf the bride-elect.
-.' --:1; :ti1 and useful gifts from, the &0 the Citizenship program. j arrangement of iris, pink mums;I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee greeted Pork & Beans, 2 for 19c

UDC Group To MeetThe guests who called during the af Hostesses for the evening will and plumosis fern. At the guests'i guests at the door and Mrs Jim

I ternoon. Friends of Mr. Powell I II be Jean Thomas, chairman. Lillian i places were favors of pink satin ', Chasteen, Miss Frances Morgan Aunt Jemima Plain. or S. R. lona YellowCorn '

W. T. Week's chapter U.I will be happy to hear that he Ig 1 Stump, Marion Long. Beverly | hearts ruffled with white net holding Miss Jo Ann Dinkins, and Mrs 2 303 cans 25c
I
). C will meet Wednesday afternoon slowly improving from his recent Blackshear and Elizabeth Fowler. sprays of lily-of-the-valley Orie \\"ig ins stood in the receiving Lbs
FLOUR F l 5 4SC i
Feb. 4, at 3:30: o'clock at accident, although he is still confined Recent BirthsMr i Following the luncheon the line. Mrs. H. A. Lawson l.ibby Corned Reef ;

the home of Mrs L. A. Davis. I to his wheelchair. I II :guests wrote in the bride's book invited guests to sign the guest Hash lb can 29c

This is the annual dues paying I Assisting Mrs. Powell at the j ji and Mrs Victor Frees announce j "recipes for happiness" and "best :book which was kept by Mrs- Max- ,

meeting. The program for the j party were Mrs. Herbert Green, the birth of a son. Donald 1 wishes. 1 ie Carter. Mrs. S. L. Peek invited
I Gold Fresh luna !Plain or S. K.
be Lanier of Wayne, on Jan 21n St Vincent' 1 the many lovehgifts \ Tip Blackeyed
afternoon will on Sidney i Miss Jo Ann Vohis Roseburg. The w"presented a guests to see
Ore. and Mrs. Harry Lappe Hospital pastry server from her hostessesas which were on display! In 303 Cans Flour, 25 Ibs $1.55Pascal

----------------------------------------------- ....... .VTTYYYVttVTVYV a memento of the occasion. the ante-room. PEAS S 2 25C .
Thirty-five guests enjoyed the Assisting the hostesses in serving rX

affair with the hostesses and honor and entertaining their guest

For Your VALENTINE gue>t. were Mrs. H. C. Brown MrE r
-- F. Miles Miss Lu Green. Miss
A & P Fancy Sliced ,
A color scheme of yellow was Nancy DuPre. Miss Agnes Law.son
effectively carried out in the floral and Miss Clair Jean Mtmdv:' 303 Cans

rI arrangements and tall burning!1 Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs Len BEETS 2 25C

tapers. Thursday evening. Jan. 22, Canova. pianists and Mrs H B

when Miss Dinkins was honoredat 1 Peyton, soloist, rendered impi mip t' .t

a miscellaneous shower at the tu music during the evening _

Parish House on Church street. I The bride-elect received frp-i Ann Page Smooth or Krunchy

Hostesses for this delightful affair -I I her hostesses a silver steak set a- !

e a y' v H., were Mrs II L. Brownlee. a memEnto of this delightful II" PEANUT B"lto'2' oz 27C CELERY Lge Stalk SCIass

ih Mrs. Maxie Carter. Mrs. Jim Chas- I casion. __
teen, Mrs. II. A. Lawson Miss Invited to call during the appointed

a Frances Morgan, Mrs S. L. Peek I hours, seven-thirty to nine Seedless 6 for
i
I Jr. Mrs Vernon Silcox and Mrs. were 250 guests.the '
k\ DIAMOND Ann Page BLACK GRAPEFRUIT 25C


last of the Club year The Oz Can
District MeetingOf I winner in the attendance cuntest PEPPER 2 2SC Fresh PackedCARROTS
'
t 15T BPW Clubs ,: will receive a gong as pnze Lb Bag 10''

The State Convention will be
Held In Like City )
held May 14, 15 and 16. in Or
Ann PLUMPRESERVES
I Page
FOREVERWg Sixteen members of the Starke lando. The nominating committeewill
T? fA ; Business and Professional Women' i meet in Jacksonville Marh 2 lb jar Large HeadLETTUCE

Club attended a district 3-4 meet. 22 and Desta Dyal will represvntthe 35C

ing in Lake City Sunday. District Starke Club.
Starke members attf'ndmf'Tf I E E
: : 20' ; DISCOUNT; Director, Mrs Dorothy Patterson
of St. Augustine presided :Marion Howe. Desta Dyal. MadgeMiddleton.
PANCAKE
y IN OBI Sunnyfield
lo'n
ON A'nlA Mildred Sapp Pat
1 and vice-Director. Mrs. Pauline
STORE FROM NOW THROUGH Torode of Starke. assisted. Thismeeting Lambe Thelma Dinkins PearU Heads 4 EC

VALENTINE'S DAY, was held in the American Colson. Dolly Sullivan Margaret FLOUR 2'/! 13C 2

FEB. 14TH .- Legion Home with a luncheon at Miller Ruth Broadway, Della
Rosenberg Melba Partin. Pauline
12:30.: -
Torode, Mildred D()>le Edna
ti'i The morning program. a 'Prob Stone and Helen Hare: : Ann PageKETCHUP Fresh I
'i lem Clinic" and discussion of .
i \ "Federation Policies", was givt'nby 14 Oz Bot
if h JPIIt State BPW President. Mrs Jackie Prevatt Is 17C

r: -\AI"ff&( Wilhemina Harvey of Key West. I Honored On Birthday POLE BEANS

Club Presidents made their reports -:i I

: f I on activities since the lasf:[ In observance of her fourteenth'

| xeeting and Melba Partin of the ,. birthday anniversary. Ja, kie Pre Prices 'in this ad Lb

local club gave the morning de- vast was host to 20 guests ,a,,i! effective thru ;;.t.._ 19C

votional. I Saturday evening for dancing an I Jan. 31.Ilath ,

Following luncheon. Mrs. Vera !games.
'" t Prizes were won by Gussy Kop,
.. Hall Lake of Gainesville introduced
It
a the distinguished guests I elowos, Glen Redchsii and M>.r. Bar Bab-0 Cleanser can 12c

present and Mrs Harvey spoke'''teen Matzat. Dial I Deodorant Soap, 2 for 33c S;,
= I Others in attendance were Lir>
"Challenging Ramparts"The Cashmere Bouquet bar 7c
:b.1r Jacksonville Club presented a skit; da Johns. Bobby Ferguson Gal j Lux Soap Flakes, I Ige Pkg 27c reg if
!' Duke. Billy Harrington. GaylJRowe. :! \<"
: :: and Mrs Betty Bigger of the
IiiQ Jacksonville club presented Mrs I Nancy Bates, Jerry Wil: Lifebuoy Soap, 1ge pkg. 7c Palmolive Soap, reg bar. 7c i

Harvey with a gift from the District -.liams. Jimmy Hazen San>ln'Strickland

Door prizes were given by '!I Buck Gil MCIAi : = RINSO, Giant 53c Swan Soap, ]Ige bar 2 for. 25c l-

I the hostess club and local mem- i!i startling. Claire Douglas! Lot.' -. .
- ROBERTS JEWELRY I hers Helen Harley. Margaret Milj With Face ClothBREEZE
55c
Green. Kay Rolland Roger wn SURF Giant -
j Ier, and Della Rosenberg were. Ige pkg 29c
:'4 ,
. liars: Barbara Prevatt. and Biih
the winners. The
: among Starke
Silverdust ]Ige 28c
"}'oi/r Friendly Jciceler" Club is leading the District in attendance Henderson. pkg Lux Toilet Soap, re g bar 7c
I at the Refreshments served
meetings and the j were b)
PHONE _60 STARKE, FL..ll11111 \.. i j r.ext.r.e to be held with the Jack- I t tI Mrs. Prevatt ari Jackie's sistei Spry Shortening, 3 lb can 85c Keebler Saltines Lb 25cIUDFORD

...... .... ... ..... ... .. j L sonviUe Cub on April 26 will be'j,I'Barbara. -
I!



(vt 'rl' TELir.nArn. SIT\RKZ.
lnV JANTARY 80. IMS FLORm.,1"
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t a"ek week Garden .., :A' : :.: .. : .. --
Club : ". ., ,
Hears a : ; K- : ; v Lti'o" .. : -t i .t.- > ,. .
I It Mrs I J L. Anderson, Jr '.nil! Buddy Faxon u hoTe for twc L'F .'1 .iM:' -el:! ref:U .;.. H\r. : < 'i i '' : :-djitc; .r. Sax ,or ntht' grapevine! that .-it tv- .

I :leave Saturda for Norfolk. Va weeks for midterm vacation fronr Flower Expert bola: Bicv>kv A- $ Junior X.1r 'Cuesda keeper Adf'laIf'wS: <\11 ,t,-,.

t fo join her husband who is coming of F. During Monthly Meet r,ir 'f the Ntw vl Joe Mar::- nundetiv
I Haveou; seen Hazel Paulk's deposited he- ,
'
I .' "> pert aboard ship the Leyte Mr and Mrs Roy Mathews of I of th.rrnv are returning tc i h'ac't'"alentme a new Claude. payrruxks last 'Wc k t tin .

Mr and Mrs Charley Parker of Palatka were visiting their daughter Pro! J- vJi V \Vatktrs. hort. Kites Electric Semi ice & Supply (?: hew husbands take note I the campanv hanx a,:., ..

IN THE NEWS f fr Daytona Beach were home for the Mrs W E. Dowling at Kincs i;I cutunst! at the U of F. gave a forceValter Alvarez would j ir.d several husbands had better stead of m th". a,. .\r'

w eekendMr ley lake from Wednesday: to Sunday : I: delightful lecture and showed like to hear from hIS old friends ,heck up on where their BPW guess I.l! .ie't. -,- ," .M'
____ 61 and Mrs Stan Roeenberger .
colored slides of his Caribbean can address him Pr'tWalter that she '
I you ; ,member: wives wer last Sunday lUx-s-:; : \ 'lep-h: \ *

.. M Turn-1 s sisters and daughter, Carol were Sunday tour at the of A \lvarwr. US 531422&3. check in HER .
and Mrs! (**,rkl'. J''i. i!! ,: i-stj .f : Mrs Fay Gill and Mrs J D monthly meeting they were supposed to haveone L sourdav' 11. ,- ,
Miss guest of Mr and MM Sam Anderson I the Garden Club Co K. 1st QURTT Fort Lee. Va !
Minnie De-sen' and Monday
Mn J H FiJUs) spent t. M.-s Doyle visited Mrs E. B. Whitehead evening (j to the District meet' in Lake ,

| -da' >. Thursday of last Awic. Juanita l{ ri-nt I' and family. in Jacksonville last Friday I i at the Pamsh House The speaker Som' to see Lila Rae Yawn t Citbut they came home witL Pont evest\ 'hs !"

W. Mr Mrs I J. D Dansby and Mrs Sarah Love of Ocala is j was introduced by the club leaving the Call street clerical i 1 bottles
[Cocoa .. r.g Mr and Mrs! and Louis Dempsey of Waldo was presi- of turpentine as favors' 'C.mlmef1"!' : "r. : a:'
Sunday visiting her daughter, Mrs R F dint Mrs R. F. ranks she' retiring this week
: YotL'lg.Prereding '
family of Perry were looks to like" \
me .
Seems
1 Ford the Sunday guest of Mr and Mrs they went to a thatr_ ora \eld"m "t
Mr and Mr*. R. 0 !I Young and Mr Yoarg the program Mrs. bear that Patsy Benton is "
Ait r Raines of Gair.evilleMr guests of J. C. Fogg. painters convention tsk pastor of the r- -' AH ( *'.' \
'. Cadet P.oddy Stnith was home Young presided a short busi- working in a bank m Tallahassee 'hear that .
.d 'at': Morrow of Colum- ;, Dansby. over Maggie Miller and Della was talking tol.A.an Ii\ !
I for the weekend from the Georgia }{r. and Mrs John Deas. Jr and:'ne if find '
to
Darnell the week-J meeting' where reports wailgiven you happened a Rosenberg walked
off with
Ja, S r Wl': dinner gue..U last Sandra spent I door C of C secretary tother dn\ \
friday oJ MrJ L. Anderson, Jr. end with Maxtor Andrew* in Lake Mihtan College" Millidgeville. Ca.. daughters, attended the birthday i' by Mrs. J. A. Coffin on small photograph of Rawson Davis prizes from whatever they attended happened to mention that h;,; 'e
Mrs A F. Sauls entered St.. dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs between the bank and the "
post.
the Mrs
Peace Rose Garden and : I' .
Butler. < )
nd Mr and lrl. J L Anderjn.Mr I were cold! Soon he rciteV! <
Vincent's Hospital on Thursdayfor John fleas, Sr. at the home of office last Monday Lucille Davis
r nand Mri Jesse L. William T. B Harding reported on the progress : Hear that Ins Williams and mysterious package bean'! k .
!I observation.. VP and Mrs W H. Parady LJacksonville. would like to have it back
R E Tanner, Sr of Bald of Jacksonville were Saturday ] being: made on the Carder, sure daughters. Sandra and Sherry, are card. "CompamenU of the Stain'
of Mr and Mrs L A. Davis Mr and Mrs Arthur Richard' or ;i Club year book. happened to spot our namesakes -
yin wu the 'AeeVend guest of guests! planning join husband and dad. Chamber of Commeu tfew
and daughter. Bertha, of Lakelandwere Mrs Carl M Hunter and Mrs in town last week Mr
On the table an .
wa I
|\fr J H *'Vld and family.Mr : speakers > Calvin m+ FaIrbanks Alaska hours later Bro tVeltiaat: >\ .i'
weekend guests of Mr and D. R. Devnck and in :' Granville E. Starke of ,
were and Mrs
and sons artistic Pink Perfection .
of
and Mrs GrantvjJle E. Mr and Mrs T F. Hutto I, arrangement leaving Feb. 16 at present proudly exhibiting hill unripe t<\
Mrs A. \': Anderson Sr. Jacksonville Rrr-ithfield. Va. who were in en
IjarVe and Mr and Mrs. Ramsey family of Jacksonville wtrevisit.- i Monday. camellias grown by Mrs they are staving with Iris' folks, gift to friends along Call stet !

Smithfield Va. were weekend ing the L. S. Hutto family on Mrs E J Flynn and Mrs Dorothy Police Capt. and Mrs R. G i I M F Hazen. At another table was; route to Cuba for vacation : the G Crews at State Farm a nice pair of wool so\ks'

[.en of Mr Janie Avery 'xhile Sunday. I, Ford were business visitorsin Zeigler and daughter. Judy of a bouquet of sweet peas. they come back to their namesake little Gail Shepherd celebrated her That's really service Mar..ui

( route to Cuba. Mrs Roy \VUhelt, Mrs Fred Jacksonville on WednesdayPat Gainesville were Sunday visitors of The hoste'''es served Rusaiar t town ever year and alsq take 2nd brth.ia'n Sundav VgT t. Don t forget the Ma'h o- P1'1dt :

of ito of Atlanta. Ca. and EdCarsAell McGnff is in Miami thi Capt. Zeigler's srsters .>. .'. tea andwiehes and cakes dunn : the Starke paper to keep up with John,* and! \tr.. H'.t.h.r.gs: : e'.e: c.' at tV I'SO Sit.i-.ii.1 ". ;' '

'Mr* I A Davis TarponKprings iney guest' week with; two fraternity brothersfrom families the R C Dampier* and the social hourThe things hIa''d! 1'c 'r \\r\bn; : 11 : :.c' :"c', o '.i ; j M ..-..' 't ", N s t'1. \ .

was the overnight guest of Tampa were the IT. of F. the J D Gnffis of Theressa. subje of the Ft'bnar Congrats to Martha Smith) anti! { '..: 1-. ..: '" : '" :, : I.i tv >.,,-' .

Uondav II MrMattle Gaha anOn cf Mrs. Janie Avery during J Friends of Mr. and Mrs. E S J M Edwards .- .n Miami the:: 1N-tn: :;:: will!! be Camellias in.Tn .! Ralph Dixon "-- it's a boy born !. .. \ .... ..; ;. .
[ Tuesday Mr*. Davis and MrsCahlgan past week I i Matthews will be happy to hear
'.\'n-k ,:1 b' i r.E'sS Azaleas! Jan 1.* in St Vincent's tht-\ : t 1 : : i. \
went to Savannah. Oa Smith of .latksonville from
Miss Ruth tMare much improved then
I are both doing fine out at
where Mr .aha an will viait Mr 'A*' the Sunday l i."etmt,1M K'It'91 Itf I their virus infection The" Matthews !
'; 1 Kingslev lake home spotted 'Yi; rrt t.1Ii wf
and Mrs l: P(,.wll! rjahagan 0<.r !nweek :tnll l Mis \fall.' <("irtt"- are still in Orlando with "'- -- - Julia and Joe Jordon home Iran

"Ink, 'nidir, A Z llkir I hC'1;i son-in-law and daughterI N J for the time being u',,::

Mr ot.tO Mr* I ''n';. '' irni- nf hiiMiiu' 'n' 'i 1\ : I I'. and! Mrs II B ilclrf-ndon Charles Lawson was home o\-

Fort LaudrrdrtH- .A.r '" ..tKl'nd MI '1'l n>i, *)I... rand! F' iNTITIKS : I t (',,1' and Mr William Mallr.v! "fI the weekend fr.,!M K.tt r. nn ".. e-- tl

.' 0 h _' I II. 'hv. Conn., formerly of Car!'; also hom i >v'' .., > k.." ,

-- -"" -- -- --' 1 II: I '''iirg, were overnight g1-1- n- t was A3O Tom H Ht I'd,':.- t. vv',
Dedicated( To Cumnuinilv) .stiv"Movies ; it't' -
Mr .
i-1 Thursday of Mr and ','. C' :Nas.vnrthv; bulldinar fie \ in from Kesii' F.'\ Mi'-:
t-
"' sat t I c.t i >nverit.n t 'r. Ire IW-ttirTlian lv ,r'

'C Kollman : weekteins.: to be those ark: w :tl-: 'J :"' ;; s Hie and shiny wit]rt for 24 hours kn.' ;\ 'Ii i'' .-i; ''en1

t'.' tml Mrs T Arthur Moslpli \ cold or flu so well list those first its sew: ptint job and the Florid i heard tha: !In I.. II \ ,,ldDonme If \ou find > our ntnu: concealed in the n.irul.t 111'alr.11 l
overnight
FREr t ksonville were who have been on the sick list the Theatre is' being brightened]r Page caught; a :> .b: lass rut _ad_ out and present it to Ho\ Office for FHKK Tll'I\ !ET: <
Monday of Rev. and :Mrs.
----
i i past week with colds, virus or with the Florida pastel shades !around here the past weekend i
T ; Mitchell f I. al..lin.U-t1\I.1':: :Sun. 'It111.-Ftoh. t. 2
ofH' i something or other Anne incidentally if you were wonder i 12nd Lt Bob T'nder'i'U: ft tw.i
I'.-i. Welch and Henry Young a who the clowns fron I weeks .ip::"t fa"r lutv in Oerr ai.\
| ing were in
Patrolman
Hutchings. Fillingim,
nra.N Y are making an ex.H"I. IHll !BI.r?l : FE: \Tl KK: VtARNFR BROS .. __
Cecil Sewell, Scootie Duke Virginia of the Florida last week dunn; a'ul 1 bii.le I pins' M p( r;(': i i\ '
j ALAN !
(ill( ,\ I.DJlTEUT) I I- VST) t i.'d! visit with Mr Wt Jrh'htl'r. ? Smith. N'lta Dobbs. Nell the cirrus picture the wen p'd to Jill!: 1 '. Ih'r,' s, '011t' ::ROCERS 'TRIGGER w + JL MAYOIroiiMistress

1! <'.\: Mrs Wilma DockstaderV Jr. I Andrews. Peggy Shaller. Ned Faye Paulk and little Gary Barn; :: p'c'.nl an.:! ,t ,.' tn I ;; lt.th'pdtentz r.rri.++I* ,..P...t..,",. i J ADD

: :and Mrs T. C. Hazen. Sara Gray tells nn- tint): l''f .It 'r.' ::0:' FII': I l
Yancev Guy Dot and Linda Sale.

WE Will WIRE YOUR HOMEFREE ,.\i.-re:..m Mr hp Hazen weekend' attended in Orlandr a Sin- ': Bill Broadwav! Graham and, Jane Roy Adams.Turner Frank she mutes had earher'ednt left the house just !sht 1'': 1- II I t JMfttf'w i J.

the
at ,
Refining Co. meeting qAr t
!lair : .
fount'! "- '-.TLCHNICOLORtat" -
1 while Mr Turner is confined W might have come home and --i
;
:1n 'bilt Hotel I g.W.kll-ir.! ... tat"... .ff MM tf* ,,.."..tM ." ... ::: .
Lt and Mrs.V H Edwards R Strickland is helping out or.I a new tiled kitchen Millar. : A 1111|liMttIl1 _.....'... HlNw1 BLANKt .. .."tv""..tVlsn .,
Mr.ind his laundry route Was happyto Judd was unloading his l'quipml'i1in i We doubly
lit are visiting their parent I .1N1) _-
thetat. hear that Nancy Roberts war front of her" house as !sho wa-: "liastv liar.arta..>n .tll.1
Mrs J G Caldwell at ,
and Mr and Mrs released from Flagler hospital on If'a'ingpreparin to put 11tho 1.11'1 ttorldrw.! .
< t.Farm
Tuesday and that husband. GeorgeJr. new kitchen which should Hav
\\" li Edwards. II at Orange ? :
.. was able to be up in a wheel been put in the Marcos house guaranteed
:SO day
Pa' k I.t Edwards i is' on

FOR ELECTRIC COOKING ettr before being sent oversea t chair--in case you came in late next door he had instruction:. Tucs., Wl'tI.-Ft'I:{I. I Ia

the Eastern Theatre of opt'ra.t they were badly hurt in an autt. to just walk in the house woul.tt t
I '
1: accident two weeks ago be open and nobody home r't e to .t

Mitch, Montie" Hutchings returned face-lifting just doesn't pay to be at the office ;f
AND WATER HEATING Noted some new 'r-l ll3'
..i runesville I Monday where she .J; ;I:

'."' "P'. nln\"i...... -- -at- the University jobs on buildings up town this on time! aDaM ;'1 -L- U
i 1 u.. CUIRDCIE80AIMTl ]
She has been ill with flu at theN f r i .
Mrs MUM K: or (' Tt'lll1'I : Johnson aid eorRe Johnson. hehusband r .IICIlOYPOWERBRENT
ofa Mr. and t T1I0HI
with the purchase of her" parents. ,
>me 0 111..111.\1| : CUItI'UIt\1" ,," resid.outside of the Stat' :
II R Hutrhingi I ;Nit,; :" e t i- h,-rf t\' II\.n under the of Florida: that eath of said d.fendants .' F4sal.
of 'h >tvr 1." tI. Law i* over the age of :21!I v..u
last 1' 'viMi.ii-' beautiful NEW Mrs Effie Johns spent ..f Kl., i.l.i .t. t* f '''V S >. to rash pf and is lint in the military serv .n ., -" "' ''''' '''-
Tuesday in Hawthorne visiting th- i 'iMirrtt'iin-I -. listtil b.dow. the the I'nlle.d States, and that Ih"f" ,
Mrs F. W. Webb Mrs -ain>. li- UK !'in orp.| i'ra'.-utk' >" ( lutunn
her neice if a -
hew <>r Florida and a'ordlg to rida upon whom surge pr.
HOT-POINT Electric Range Johns also had her sister and the re. i.rd"f the :wcretary andrr uch : therefore. OUKK.lMMi: : !h.1
South of Statta< h > : n.rpatAU It Is.
brother. Mrs Carne I.. I'hill'p'
.>'i arar delinquent liar threel the defendants. James
D. Carter of the tiling of Ut-ul.th .1,1\1 1 ,i i ii ,
Uuphnell and Mr M ( > xf.irr more in Heulah Phillips now
i.-l>oif und payment of taxes: undrrthe and George Johnson dn \ S. I U. JOHNS
with : son
1. silt 'II the i
P' ; pay f'nlJI'f'P.I .\y AS 1.1TTI.K I Ah Lake Worth visiting along pniMsionof! Chapter 1467;. upon .\. 7. Adkms. Jr.. att .! n- \, ,--
r o.t of installation when you : her newphew and his wife Mr.I Lawof "Florida Arts of 1SJ1. and for plaintiffs, whose .iddrfv, + F1.rida '' ., ( 1t

buy thl new HOTrOLVTfVxtrlo I and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Bush- Chapter that under IbSSO the Arts provisions of 1935. Laws of raid of 1 SK .First their Avenue.written Oamesvill.defen-e-. if a.,' ,' t tIt I II Thur.. Fri. Feb. ."", I.I tiehijij

Therr'n" nell last Saturday night.E ; FtortJaaid Corporations have to the bill of complaint in said -11 I For life against I II
rsuiRe.; no 1 0 dih olulum :2!. 1'.t II-I'
$ been classed as i-ubjett to > before irrh .
Beach on or I II .
C Morris of Pompano months for th" I Iat structural failure
longer; any nN'I1 to |put up and that three (3) nature of said wit twang .,
overnight guest Monday after date pt this publuation eachaitd foreclosure of a mnrH aj;.' and tli I I II
with old fashioned" rooVlngUutruxN. was the of smh torporations published in t It!:,
tery this order to be For I1/
I'I against I II
Per of his daughter Mrs. S. G. Denmark listed 1.I..w that ha\'. not in the lradford County Telenranh new I years
Month and Mr Denmark. ntrantinw rued their report due and paper published in Bradt"lll l r<.utty' : I accidental failure I II r
paid tax due under the provisions Florida, once a week f"r fm; r I r ,t
Mr and Mrs. E. W. Hayes were of Chapter 14S87. arty of 1931. Laws consecutive weeks efore t tlurrtur I e
last Friday and of Florida, as amended will he day stated in this order and 'Mti.i I'"<
in Jacksonville ertifieil to the Governor who will hand and seal I < ..
i WITNESS: my ,..VWJLAH1 BDOt .
Saturday. is-u,. Pr..lamation at that time I this court tais 26 day of IJanu.'r.' : : -. r twwar.
I wasa dissolving said corporations. 1S&3 in Starke m th-' '
Muldleburg
G E. Mason of :Name" Principal place of business j af"r.oaid.ItuJo'FWIAI. JII
county
business visitor here Tuesday \!..1IIW'T"SI" ; OIL MILTS, i SEAL 1. DINKINS I'lus 'Tresli \ rllal.,' Cartoon and I .-...._ .1.- .
and John l.VC ItKOOKEItIt Charles A Ruin _.Itl"fJ ftiU'lt\L' \ I."u.I
i Mrs Henrv Godwin : .\LFitKUWPOIlVriOS I'lerk I'r'ult I'ojn (tup. ,0. 4 Serial
I to Griffin Ga. Sunday KK M KRK Bradford "'ountv Fl.: .I..
OMa ( Godwin drove lUt.M>FOUD PL\ Tln:. INC. Marian I.. t'rosM.. I II I' 1'luH Iou...' \\uniting" ( arlrxnTi
'! to get Mr \\'. F Godwin and STIItKEIt I I I 11) io II : ..:.. rilONK 7S STAKKE, FLA. 11. P. MOIH.AN)

.... been .. .. _
..... Chandler who had is further directed that a I -
W. J.
Mrs .. __ :: __ c;
I 'P> .f this nuts e be published on*-; '\ NorifK 10 irrr.iii -- -- - - .
visiting Mr and Mrs H B Montgomery time. ;n the BRAPFoitD rot:v-r- : In ( irrult tourt. Uradurtl Countll..rldm h, 1
i I returned home Monday Tt:1.F. In t banrrrr.rve .
They
-
;i i lis-hed in Florida. 11 which county Oord"ii Hadle. Plaint tf tLawrr -
he home offerof the above listedcorporations << I -tr Hadlev. Sr.. efendan ,
The annual Diocesan Council of are show n to br looted j Case S'oatlrr '<>>"
\ To 'pp4'ar
the Episcopal church held at St. '' IV WITNESS WHEREOF I hav To I. wrene Hadlry Sr.. hose (
Jacksonville 'hereunto set my hand and caused i Re!iiden<.e and audress is 44S XV
Juhn's Cathedral in the (treat Seal I of the State of I 1.I"t Street Sew York. New Vorfc: I Il You liavent lived] if haven tried
on Tuesday. Wednesday and Florida. to tx affixed at Tatlahassee l Vi>ur are hereby notified that a you
Rev. the Capital, this the ::::::nd suit for
attended by '
Thursday was 'day of January \. I> l! f.3. I I' Divori and restoration ofj
and Mrs Raymond E MacBlame,,, (SK\L+ Seiretarj: of State I maiden name '
It has been filed against you In til*
I Mrs R. J. Davis Mrs Cora Quat- i' and aDd
ah.namf'd Court cause | Zte4t1FiIe and Ice"11onSlnear
Mrs, In ( Irrult ("u'l( of Florida ofyour
tlebaum Mrs Fred Orr and TUbthJudicial ,, you are required to nerve a copy II
Irrolt la mad for llrud- pUitdine to the complaint on ,I,
r Edward Burns ford (ounl) the J'idintiffh Attorney
I II Mr and Mrs J. H. DuPre and: M.\R IXIKKJS HAMMOVn ANTE > l! Seal T. F\an, 103 law ExI ,
II I It, HAMMOND, her husband I rhanire Tiu.ldine.. Jacksonville
I daughter. Nancy, and Faye PaulV Plaintiff -- JAMES! L. PHIl.IJPS. I I, Florida
I itin relatives at Flagei! rKfUXH, rilll.Lll'S. now BF.fUAHJOH.NMi.N and fll t. tbe orlx'a' In the or.'Jce cf
wt'rf''i
.
and GEORGE JOHN'S-; ;. the ri.rk of the Circuit r-Ourt (' ti
I Beach on Sunday her husband. TVfi-idant. i or hfore the :2! day of Man
I, r" Mr and Mr:::. W S Colson and l Notlrr Of "oltThe 2!S3 otherwise the allccatlon <,f
Mate Of Florida a'd''omplatnt will be taken a* confetRed -
I -
family of Orange Park visited Dr. To Jan.es L. Phillipw.Ji.e addre.c bj lOU. d (ri 'Indelible-Creme' lipstick}!'
and Col and residence it< unknown and This, notice shall be JuMlllbfd
Colson
and Mrs Lemuel 'H..ulah. Phillip' now Reulah J..hnn .n.... i<-h week for four 1.0"1'11"
and Mrs D E Kn'.ght on Monday -' and. 'i-i"rgJ, h4l"<<-,'1. who.rrrSidrn w..ks In he Rradford County T..U-
.
r :Ind ;..d.lr. /6t. \' rmrnt e..ne
Mail : .'r... t. 1.-. \n..j i. -. t'a.f r'1" tI ;'.':, .1 l 01, + d.t} ..f Ja"u.I'' t :",-,
1 Donald Bennett and Mis;: I: U'ar! ngI- i,,.i:n' -_.f- I'' 'IFt 1, \ l.F.VI ; '-ha'1a-.. \ > .-
Mrs .f"!., n 'h- ,.r>, \ entr' :...T .. i .. -R f 'he .'.r, ii' (. 'J"i r
1 Patel were visitors( in Jaeksonvtlle :: ", dI..' ,,'T'-. t
Coupon11eloK June t Jar -I I i p. M 'iO 1. i rM p"\i )I'f"
r Monday. ..I' H. ...:.in I I'h... P- -, .i J .. I I" ,' : _

i', Sgt 1-c on and Mrs Bob Long oi!r t''t

Ga. spent the weekend
,Vll you pay now i. sUOOO. have jour new range! inxtall.nl at : Columbus. Mrs Gene Long
visiting Mr and
once th
luivntt'nts tit low &. !>1000. 6 iHMiutlful mmliU to .-.!,-<.t !runt. 1 Raiford Sgt. Long is on a 30-da\ Of'

I'rued I from $2ii .9X to $4W ly3. These ptietinrhide all costs. lean before reporting to Seattle ; 'S

Wash on Feb 15 to embark for "'4/%'.
OFFER (;JOOl FOR 1.1MITKI 1 : TIMK Watch
Korea InspectionJan.
Ed"'ards.a.i! a- Eat ,
This utter i" luulted to within 30 milrs of Mark-: Iiist.UIjtioii Miss Carolyn 'Y.r. ',

can tH "'ad.hluut1alt.J]) but tic nui.t hate jour order within her guest this week Miss Peggy :: j .. 1: I
of Miami a roomrrateof 'bz
th- next fire da) <* or the offer will be Hidc\ now-:Aenv Sugansky Both 9 t Drink !f
Carolyn's at U of F 1953 'a
'nr" anJ 1iji\ the nun) wonderful ahant.'f d.* Inc girls left Thursday for New York r} I

cooking: week:

City to visit O L relatives Haynes for and a M- ,y' \ JIll le) merry !
Mr a
;-- :;:;:; ;- .1 X Holhday were in Ja,'ks. :' ED SIMPSON GEM JEWELERMy ., I
I Ill\hut: KsrxiihK. :,,' .I,Ltic} -I // iatitks
ville last Friday. !, your /
., (
t;1 TE'It'LF.11 t:, 7. iron't !
Van Patel has returned !v. '"..et tmruroff JI

I n.\. I after a wt'ek's'i..it in Wes* F: r.. Personal Integrity and Profession ,.


I i./: :,omen l'letu' end your reprrsenum to my h.'me! t.. da with relatives Backed by Over Forty Years Experiencein e ';1a on lonJerd aI
I I Mr Adolph Gay and U..en:: ; js I
.:-t.c : e>,pi8t.ied this amatmg offer'I l
-:1-: : ters. Geraldine and Paul.r.e; \t ertin Repairing and Servicing Railway ,, than any lipstick t

I \1K; AND 3U S.ani 1 Jacksonville Saturday \ .-. :r.g Watch is Your Guarantee of Satisfaction. a .Ft.'y+'..5' you. errt rwonz.+ ry ;-i t.t

( Mrs Gladys Cook. 18 trniu, cnl ,r .

.9 I A : '1'HF.SS I ', Mr and Mrs O L. lunar and 10*. Matduiig60 I

.-...... the family Nollman are moving apartments this week to from the Officially Appointed Pi&1 rftamel $ i Ij i Ii

ri T I
rA l. = I 'p.i.ruf: home m Pinehurst sub- + ., ,. lt .
_- _ _ i
.1\: i>ion f..rmt'ry! occupied bDr SEABOARD RAILWAY t

.;.. and Mr- R. P Stubbins who haw I

ELECTRIC SERVICE moved to Tallahassee. ( ; r
KOCH

i WINKlER22 Mr and Mrs James Stewart ofI WATCH INSPECTOR

.-:21 i Temple A\e. Starke Fla. I Keystone Heigtts and Mrs DoroI -

- I I, thy Ford and Maurice Wir.gate : DRUG STOREBlUDFORD
"-
STARKE FLA.
: ,
- r "South PaciHc"
saw in Daytona

i'Beach Wednesday Jg of !last








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trn\v. X\MARY: 14. 1943 COUNTY TEU. .
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E 111 fva
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seek week. Garden Club Hears :s". !T. s .. ; R : ;.'. --- ----
*
I : : :: \ .,', -.s J ," :" ti
Mrs J L. Anderson, Jr. w'tleave Buddy Faxon u hole for twc .IS! u M.;:, ::ells I : ; :." iur. 'rr. \
-.7lii s n.v. i :- !Sn.'V: :; :",. Jar or. t.". ,,
It .LJF Flower i t' r.jpt.\tnl. :t'.1\: ::: t'?
r- Saturday for ::orfor.t'a.; weeks for midterm vacation from Expert bars: Bra\<;'> dni i Jun,.r X,Ir' Tuesd.u .

t to join her husband who is coming t;. of F. | During Monthly Meet nar ,-: the Xa\\ and .!,,,,, Mfr: k'-eper A.1t'Ise! l"nmt..tly :-\'" s.r.: \ :--
: Hate >>K: Seer Hazel Paulk'sa.'Vance deptvt'd !h."
:.10 port aboard ship the Leytc I
C/v61 Mr and Mrs Roy Mathews of II of th.' Army are returning; ti' ,
(Claud
I : : Valentine'a pan ht itd last *\ff\ :
Mr and Mrs Charley Parker of Palatka their daughter Prof. John V Watkir.s.. horticulturist Kite's Electric Sen' new
were visiting ; : ice &: Supph: : Ch.i ithe: "
tunv
'husbands 'mp11y a : >
IN THE NEWSr j Da>tona Beach were home for the Mrs. W. E. Dowling at Icings i at the U of F. gave a forl'eValtl'r: Alvarez would and several! husbands take had notei I better. stead of '- iv ,"-.-.

weekend lake from to Sunday delightful lecture and showed like to hear from his .
... ley Wednesday old friend? check up o.nhere their BPW gte.lit 1 : .?:t I < ,'
} Mrs
Ir. and Stan
P..ount..rgetand colored slides of his Caribbeantour address ,
you can him: Pvt rvembervies that she iioe>:: t'1

r and Mrs (> org P. PMr ":...
l MI.VI Minnie, Re- ;f-nt and ills guests of Mr. and Mrs Sam And the Garden Club Co. K. 1st Fort supposed to have:
J II. Fields sper.t :
ek Judnitd Bes.W-nt. i eron: and family I iat the Parnsh House The Sorry to see Lila Rae Yawn
Mia\' I" Thursday of lat ( in Jacksonville last Friday speaker City. but they came home will Don't e\e' v\ h. ;
''Ctcoafelting Mr and Mrs! W Mr and MrJ B Daiuby and I Mrs Sarah Love of Ocala isi \J was introduced by the club president leaving the Call street clerical bottles of "
Louis Dempsey of Waldo was I turpentine as favors Commerce isr I '. 'r d !\i
family of Perry were Sunday i voting her daughter Mrs. R F :Mrs R. F Young ranks she's retiring this week
Ford. the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs looks to me like they went to a S-s that_ D..r.t'': i \\ .>Upat. .... :"
Mrs '. Rainea of Gainesville i guests of Mr and Mrs. R. 0 { Young and Mr Young. I 1 Preceding the program; Mrs hear that Patsy Demon is painters convention ... .
J. C. Fogg. tsk. : of the r1-- s- ,r I. .
Cadet
.d Mm < ark Morrow of C<..lama [ Daasby. Roddy Struth was home Young presided over a short busi- working in a bank in Tallahassee hear that Maggie Miller
Della I.
Mr and Mrs John Deas. Jr and and was talking :,1 V.I an Ii ,
weekend
> f were dinner gufc.ta last Sandra Darnell spent the week I for the from the Georgia new meeting where. reports were if you happened to find i a Rosenberg walked off
with door '
C
I of C set-rvt.Hrv 't' r d i t' Ihapp.ned
attended
daughters, the birthday
nday of Mrs J L. Anderson Jr. end with Maxine Andrew in Lake Military College Millidgeville.! Ga |i, given by Mrs. J. A. Griffin on small photograph of Rawson Davi? prizes from whatever .
they attended to menti, at h ., '
1'
dinner for Mr. and Mrs
'' Mrs. A. F. Sauls entered SVincent's Sunday th> Peace Rose Mrs. between the bank and the post *
liutler.Hr Garden and
Anderson .
ndIr and Mrs. J. L : | < ). .. ,
,
,
were cold :So '
I of :: rtt
John Deas, Sr. at the home
r and Mrs Jesse L. U'llliamr Hospital on Thursday i T. B Harding reported on the pro- office last Monday Lucille Davis :
i Hear that Iris Williams and mysterious package brat \:
observation VP. and Mrs W. H. Parady L- I "
Mrs R E Tanner Sr of Bald of Jacksonville! were Saturday for gre !s being made on the Garden would sure like to have it back
Sandra ,. .
daughters. and
card.
Jacksonville. Sherry. a r* > Compliments of the t.t:
r vin wai the weekend guest of guests of Mr and Mrs L A. Davis Mr and Mrs Arthur Richardson i I dub yearbook. happened to spot our namesakes
planning to join husband and dad Chamber of Commerce"few 1
and daughter. Bertha, of Lakelandi Mrs Carl M. Hunter and Mrs 'I On the table an in town last week -- Mr ,
[Mri J II, Fields and family. j speakers wa Calvin. ,
:In Fairbanks. Alaska hours later Bro lV1Idn! i : t.
Mr and Mm Grantville E'i i! Mr. and Mrs T. K Hutto and i I weekend guests: of Mr and D. R. Devnck and tons were in ,, artistic arrangement of Pink Perfection and Mrs Granville E Starke of 'leaving Feb 16 at present proudly exhibiting his ur.cxgift \ ", :I':

Mrs RamseySmithfitld. ; family of Jacksonville were visiting Mrs A. \V Anderson. Sr Jacksonville Monday. camellias by Mrs Sivithfield. Va. who were in en- .
arke and Mr and ,I ( grown they are staxing with Iris' folks. to friends along!i C.\ll I t. ,
Va were weekend the L. S. Hutto family on Mrs E. J. Flynn and Mrs Dorothy Police Capt. and :Mrs. R. G i j M F. Hazen. At another table was route to Cuba for a vacation the G Crews at State Farm a nice pair of wool tit" kThais .

le-iti while Sunday. Ford were business visitors Zeigler and daughter. Judy of a bouquet of sweet they come back to their namesake
of Mrs Janle Avery peas little Gail Shepherd celebrated her really arvu t". Mar 'I'
I in Jacksonville on Wednesday Gainesville were Sunday visitors of The hostesses served Russian town every year and also tak' .
route to Cuba Fred 2nd birthda\ tV .
\Vilheit Mrs Sunda-
Mrs Roy I I on >n t forget the listed: Itthin. : :
in MiaT4 this .
is
McGnff
Mrs J A. Davis of Tarpon i,: Rooney of Atlanta. Ga. and Ed Pat Capt. Zeigler's sisters a" I I' tea sandwiches and cakes duringthe the Starke paper to keep up with Johns aivii.r.< Ht.nesMated :! ie'.e: .-., at the t'SO !S.ttrid: '

,..prlngs wa the overnight guest i 1 I Carswell of Tampa were guest I week with two fraternity brother families the R. C Dampierand social hour things t!:, h.rt'dtts! :: n "..' .'-: '/ : .: \L\; 1">, 1'1 "

''Mondav .if Mr.. Mattle Gahagan of Mrs Jani Avery during the from U. of F. E S the J D. Gnffis of TheressaJ The subleet of the Febr'iar\ Congrats to Martha Smith) an.i\ (I'L: : .. ." -'.: }. hIKdiialod .. : -' I
Mrs
On Tuday Mrs Davie rind Mr ,, past week. I Friends of Mr and to hear M Edwards .- ,n Miarr. this; me>tirtr will!! be C'amplliaan..! Ralph Dixon -- it's a boy. borr t. .. '. h" : .
I Matthews will) be happy
Canaan went to Savannah, Ga wrk un businessMMK Azaleas! Jan. IS in St Vincent's th >\ 1 ;" .. i : t. ,
Miss Ruth Smith of Jacksonville are much improved from
where Mr Caha; 'an sill visit trIInl ofMt they are both doing fine out at thelake .:
A t- the Sun'l.iv: "Vf'nlOgJ"le3': their virus infection<< The Matthews
Kin, sley home spotted: JI
) Mva> L I'oW'-ll ahagan fur i mil, Mrs M:txi. Carter are still in Orlando withthtii : j
Tuna and Joe Jordon home fi":'
"t'k In.IKtiirt a Mrs A 7. .\ tkln son-in-law and daughter

M.tio/ Mr i >a';' '"urne' ofF *. .', bii3inHi} -..' ,. "K''I t It- and Mrs. II B. McLrndnn X J for the time being ..- :

,rv Lauderdale 'wr a "+...K..nd in Trim !tit. ami K 'i.Ql i.. L ('"I l and Mrs William Mallov ...fP. urles: weekend Lawson from was Fort home Bern iftV :"'.. (I ] f]

.. -- ,. ". rb '. Conn., formerly of lamli.Inding also hum.' fir the week ,'

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overnight g'i.i
-<-- i : were -
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=>J was A3C Tom B Haidine lr tit'fle
To ('onmiunil\ tice i ,
Mr'V
Thursday of Mr and "
lit 1
( Trif .OUII't i Iff ( "nvrsat :n l tl' > '.1' "r. : ;p"' \isworthv building v in from Keesler Field Mi-- "'I.I.t \re lllt<'r Than r\ .-r'

H Nollman ; weekferns to be those .s'i: A \tilt:! -,ir- 'J ',. ." .nn'i'e and shiny with for 24 hours leave with his. parent! --
":.- and Mrs T. Arthur MoslevTacksonville .
were o\.t>rni'ht'' cold or flu so we'll list those first its ':,.A p-tir.t job and the Florida I heard that little 11 year old If jou find our name t-onit-alcd I in Ihe 1'Innda' Tlu'llrl'Ii: (

,.*Monday; of Rev and MrsT I who have been on the sick list the Theatre is being brightened up Donme Page caught a 5 lb. bas cut ad out and pre t-nt it ti> Ilo\ Office) for 1'IJKK; 'II t'1\ 1.:1': l '''

past week with colds, vims or with the Florida pastel shades around here the past weekend<

I U; Mitchell. of I something or other Anne incidentally if you were wondering :2nd Lt Boh t'ndep'nl! I 1. ft .t IA.weeks Sat.. Jan. ::51: -ON1.Y Sun.. Mon.-I ,.!>. I I. 1'
Hi>n Welch and Henry Young
rf I Hutchin s. Patrolman Filhngim,, : who were the clowns in front apo. t tor "111\ in (;l'IJ1.I\:
Fl-Mira.:! N Y are making an ex- I)0t HI I! FE TrUE WARNER BROS.. ,s. i
with Mr Welch': j Cecil Sewell. Scootie Duke Virginia of the Florida last week during and b'1'1-' I li ''I i.s 1..n< 31-' I IX .

( ( ,\NTITIKS I.UJlTEH-\'T F VST) ,HldHI 1!mtfhter.visit Mrs Wilma DockstaderMr Smith. N'lta Dobbs. Nell i; the circus picture theor.. ]lit"(1t.t I tu, 1 ion, 'L, : !hi ',' :0"01, : ""us.n'ccu' II" Y \ LADDMAYOIrohMistress

Andrews Peggy Shaller Ned Faye Paulk and little Gary Il.irn- .t' ;,rcs* Ii', s!'i' s -' i\ .:'i:; ',\ fl: ,

and Mrs T. C. Hazen. Jr Yancey. Guy Dot and Linda Sale Sara Gray tells m. that! u. ji.ir<"r.t-! .It! !',,' ::' i'f K i", '( Ib
..(lI'nt the weekend in Orlando i f ui i1
WE WILL WIRE YOUR HOMEFREE '.\.h..rp Mr Hazen attended a Sin- Bill Graham Jane Adams Frank she had left the house jus: r

Broadway and Roy Turner minutes earlier Wednesd.i\ !she .
lair Refining Co. meeting at theAngebilt .. t\A.\ EMh ,... .....
.
W have home and founda .a1Y'YLL .-. TECHNICOLDRHllIRY -\
while Mr Turner is confined. might come a 1" ; .
Hotel 6 ,
U and Mrs W H. Edwards.1! It Strickland is helping out or.his new tiled kitchen Millard! isr ....:. .: fair.""l"uric I mum.. .MUKCJIll..... *.MMIIWww. SlA'IlIl'.. :" :, ,;.'.'...:....'.- ,"

laundry route Was happyto Judd was unloading his equipment doubly
their parent! lr.1
visitinp |
Ill are< .\ N J) _
and Mrs. J. G Caldwell at thE'1, hear that Nancy Roberts was in front of her house as She wa-- \I.MI MII.ut U Hare"' (.urtootiIat .",,1

released from Flaglei hospital: on leaving preparing to put in the I
State; Farm and Mr and Mr. i .M IlorIIrtt.' .
Tuesday and that husband. George new kitchen which should haw
\\' H Edward II at Orange II
able to be in wheelchair been put in the Marcos house
FOR ELECTRIC COOKING Paik Lt Edwards is on 30 day I Jr., was up a gu&anteedThey're I

being sent oversea< -in case you came in late next door he had instruction
leave before I t 1 I Ii ill Tu '... Wt'd.-t t'b.l.:{ I IJ

hI the Eastern Theatre of opera-1 I they were badly hurt in an auk to just walk in the house wouldbe
,
1
t ions., I accident two weeks ago open and nobody home it A x

HEATING "!!Montie Hatchings returned | doesn't to be< at the office r .i.iI
AND WATER Noted some new faceliftingjobs just pay
t" Gainesville Monday where she i iH !} (ffJffL.t
at the University | on buildings up town this! on time! rr rj
en-ploved opsa.c 1 II L\..
I She has: been ill with flu at the aaM r i i 9 tl.AJIL1 iu BOW"

with the ofa Mr. and Mrs 1-: 4>t* I'TI-"nU'lo Ji>hn-"n aid <;.eorn J. hn.on. he / ....
purchase borne of her parents M.a ttIOal !
I 10 lll....oI.\ I: I tMllMIK1IONS I hu.sba-d. ,. "Id. outside of the Stateof i _
I R R Hutchings :X.IIK.: I i- h'r..t.\ Bin under the Florida: that rash ..f aid defendants IOYPOWERBRENTI
Johns spent last tn.Iti-mii- <.I l "halllt.r| l I61\". Lawi.f is over the age of 21 1 pt- ,
beautiful NEW Mrs Effie .
i! Kh'tul.i't t if : ''3.. to <.,n h I''f and is not in tile military seni I. .'' 'If, .!Ln l> IMIOCf III'ltis ,-
1! Tuesday in Hawthorne visiting the tnnir.tt'iin| II'-1,'d ln-lnw. the the I'mted States and that there ,-
W Webb Mrs. vaitu II''::MIK 'i'II. uriiHia'ril under the no p..r.IIn within the !St.it1 of 1-1.'!... Ft 3t tle "
her neioe Mrs. F. of. a "Fver: >thin;? I>u<'K> I urt/I1ui
law' of Kl'Tiila.! and a..llnI11g tn rids upon whom s -rvi'r I.r.-
HOT-POINT Electric/ / Range .lohns also had! her sifter and the rf< ".rd.of the .-'-"rf'tar of would bind said absent d-.f. n-la .. >< a 7 5 d ty anti! Ijittstorid :'0,'"''
Carrie South of =Siaii.at'h and r\t-ry such "rpoi.ith'1 : It la. thereforoitl'F.r.ri': 'j'I'
brother Mrs. appear delinquent for threet the defendants. James I.. I'hl'\-! i
Bufhnell! and Mr M. D. Carter of .U \'e.uor more in the filing of HeUlah I'hillips. now Beui.ili! .1 I t 'f.
,' repuits and payment of taxv- under and (Jeorpre Johnson. Jo -. \ MKS. S, II. JOHNS
Y N Jr; ", 11 the along with won
pay
.nUN'J-.\Y AS LITTLE: .t:- i I Lake Worth visiting ( ihe piK.vi-.ions of Chapter lU';.;. upon A. Z. Adkins, Jr.. .att"invfor :! "-
ru ; that under the provisions of said avenue r.ainesul! Flu
;
buy this new IIOTPOLVTrfcvtrir I i and Mrs. I. C. Smith of Bush. laws of First if am I ( '
Chapter USSO. Acts of 1935. i rlda their written defenses Thur.. Fri. Feb. .1, (iart
night. Florida "aid corporations have bill of complaint in s.ud 'u.t. For life I II II
There's nell! last Saturday to the I against
nuige. no I. 0 :.', U-,
dlhsolution. I1'
$ h..n rla'-vril as mbjci to or before larch 2. I O
longer any netxl to put up E C Morris of Pompano Beach and that three U: ) months on nature of aid suit .bring fur th. I structural failure I II
the overnight< guest Mondayof after date of th. publiiatlon ea>'hand foreclosure of a mortKaB- and t''I..r I I
with old fashioned rookingUMthotts. was of "u c h > orporations be publlvhi-d i'i '.'
\.ry' to
order
Per his daughter, Mrs. S. G. Denmark III.t..<1 tn-low that have lot in the lradford this County TeleRraph. a npaper >" \ For IV years against I II era oM

:Month and Mr Denmark. nteanume filed their report due and publish in Kradfoidin! I I accidental failure
,
.
paid tax due under the protshtrtof Florida, once a week t..1 f'"\neonsecutie 1 t., b tl
Mr and Mrs R. W. Hayes were Chapter M6 7. Acts of 1V31, I.tWA ty. weeks before tip- .fun, e
and of Florida, at amended will beertifiej stated in this order and, mti.I I'
last Friday day
Jacksonville .
in to the Coxvrnor who, will hand andcal. ,1
I I WITNESS:: my ....Waaaaa aaoa ,.w lr
Saturday. i"--ue M-lamation at that time' thIs court this 26 day of J.inu.irv r rata
1 of Middleburg wasa dissolving said corporation. 1 I 1S5S in Starko in theJLI..- .ml\
I G E Mason Name 1'riruipal place of bu 'me"s 'county aforesaid.lOFFIOAI VDE'Wl aa111.su. .
business visitor here Tuesday. A.MKIUCA.N TKNU OIL MlLl..S, I SEAI.iCbarles L. F. DINKINS I'liis 'resliirdale (:artoon and .wn. w.rU.ra. '
1 Godwin and John IX::"- HUOOKEKKALFOKLi A n.nl.j + .r4'gr e1aM.t ..... aw r
1 Mrs Henr t'OKI'OKATION rierk. ('lr1I1t I'"r'radford ( 11.11'| NII 4 !Serial
1 Godwin drove to Griffin Ga. Sunday HltooKEKitltADPOKD r..unt> Fl.1 I id.i .
OU and I PLASTICS. !N'. Hy :Marian! I.. >'I "-.1v. I I. i- I'/u./ 'Muuw liarnung" l : to get Mrs. W. F. Godwin ST.\It K F: I I I i TO\ It -' :u THONE 78 STAKKE, F 1.\. II. I' MOItdAN

W J. Chandler who had been It i- further dire!' a i! -- .
Mrs. of this notice be uhhahhatropy soricK 10 \rrr.in --.. .. -_. ..- .- _.--
visiting Mr and Mrs. H. B. Mont.gomery I time in the BRAt1Fl tf1i'OUNTY : In ( Irrult (' urt. liradford Count;,

They returned home Mon- : TKl.RJRAPH. a new -paper published '! rl"rldnt In t banrrrjr.Rr.se -
i in Florida. 11 which county (;nrd"n Hadle. I'Uint, If \ -
the home .ffkf' of the above li'ted Lawren.e Hadlev. Sr.. I..-f+ nd.ir'.
,
dayThe annual Diocesan Council of i orporationx are shown to toto- | rass: ,, ? "

the Episcopal church held at St.John's I rated I.V:: WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have \olife To I.awrrnre Tpprar Ifadl..y.r.: .. whose.
Jacksonville hereunto .et my hand and iaused Residen' and address is 44*> W
in
,- Cathedral the dreat Seal of .the State ..f ,I lil"t Street Nw Vork. S..w'c.rlt.. haven lived] if haven't tried
on Tuesday Wednesday andThursday Florida, to be affixed at Taahastee. V.air are hereby notified that a you
attended by Rev. (hiCapital, this the :':::nd suit for
was day ..f January _\. I> 153. ( Pivon',' and restoration of
NI and Mrs Raymond E. MacBlame, :, (:;.:.-\1,1'r-tar> of Mate I I i maiden name
It hftH been filed against you in the
/ Mrs! R J Davis Mrs. Cora Quat and ;
ab.\ve named Court and cause Z.4'"FiI-e and Ice
r tlebaum. Mrs Fred Orr and Mrs In 4 Irrull C nurl of Florida KUbthJndlrial : you are required to serve a copy of ;
\ C IrroU In and fur your pleading to the complaint on
ri Edward Burns. ford ('ount, th.- f'Umtiff Attorney
i Mr and Mrs. J. H. DuPre and MAE IKH.KJS II.UnIOlTI: :: I Neal T. E\ans.: 103 Law KKj .
I E II. IIA\l'ot'"n.: :' : her hn-Uiini. fh.tnRe Building Ja.kitonvitle.
daughter. Nancy, and Faye Paulk PlaintiffJAMES L. PHH.Mrs: j Florida
I relatives at Flager i-EfiJMi rnn.i.irs.:; now BEI-LAH and file tbe orlRlial In the office of
'
\\1"11''isltinl: ::
JUIISliand
liKOKOE JOHNSON:
the n.! rk of the Circuit 'ourt on non-smear
II I Beach: on SundayMr her husband Defendant .hfnre the 2:! day of Mar.-h
I and Mr. W. S Colson and Nullrr Of VoltIhr 1!53. otherwise the allegation of 'r '.

family! of Orange Park visited Dr. .. state Jan.Of... FlorldatTi I.. Phillip. wh.e ad- i f.-oj-a'OU. will be taken as con- 'bidcliblc'Creme'] lipstick}!

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dr.and
Lemuel Colson: and Col re-iden.-e i. unknown and This! notice shall be puMlched
Mrs Hrulah
and i'hillips. now P-ulah j"hn- nee 'ach w.-.k for four consecutive.
L and Mrs D E Knight on Monday son and. 'i..r; ( .. J,,h*>''ni. whoresiin -* .....-..ks: in the Bradford County TeU-
,
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and addre.Ails: \ rnent (f ntTV
Mail : >T". r. LIe! \nlt-: I'.f: ._' '. ,) ." -- .1- '. .f Jt' I" '. ".'
/ Donald Bennett and Miss it'"i! ar HK f* i.. i !L i Tv '' -, ,' "FF1.! : -. .
Mrs '. ;,- -h. ,,h' .r- '. ..tJ -.I'j', .
weresitor5 in Jacksonville : .. ..,, > ; .
Coupon June Patel .t 'J. ', : : '' .' M '..40'1. -: i ]I.-- -x r.: K 1
Monday .; '. fl. .. ...h j : (I'- ., ..
on .
Iklo Sgt l-c and Mr>. Bob Long -'f .


ill you pan
once th,.. make jour first pujiiH-nt, March l.;>, I9.V4: MonthljlutuiienU and visiting Mr Mr and and Mrs.Mrs E. C.Gene Log Long Jr. Seaboard Railway | x

an 10a..-. >UXK 6) beautiful i
in <"l. l U to x-lc( t f n nl. Raiford Sgt Long is on a Ma\< f ;;r

t'n.,1 from $25;>.i>:5 to $IW.':'. These pno -. include all roMv leave before reporting to Seattle ;% ., .'y;


OFFER OOn; FOR LIMITED TIME! Wash on Feb 15 to embark forKorea. Watch Inspection vt.. av I


This offer i i.. luuitM t.) uithin SO nules of ..trrke. In.ttilztlon Ills Carolyn Edwards had a* 4 i._ -. Eat r !

ran I... made hIUIIC\l1 tt") t hut \\o HUM have > our olderithin her guest this week Miss Peggy
of Miami a roommate y
of Carohn's at U of F Both Jan. 9 1953 ,-

'\' and enjoy the many wonderful 4d\antacr of rltttrioIKLKK 1:: girls: left Thurs-day for New YorkCitx _

\\"IJ.lnl:
to visit relatives for a week

11r.O.. L Haynes and Mrs And be merry! i

j \\- : -a-; ;; ;:KKICK: - -, :JA\ille. N last Holliday Friday.were in Ja.X*, :' ED SIMPSON GEM JEWELERMy !. Jour lijntifkuon't


121 TF.IiPLF..11 t* Van Patel has returned Vre tmfuroff! m

I M'XUKK. 11.'i .\. I i after a wf'ek's'i"a in West F: -.' Personal Integrity and Profession z. h


jw. IItat1emen' ; : : riease send your wpresenuuve to my home to da with relatives Backed by Over Forty Years Experiencein n
-fiaa + I' I Mrs Adolph Gay and dagnters. % Slay on looker jjJ
a.oo;;;
/.heal explained this offer'
amiiiitg Geraldine and Pauline were Repairing and Servicing Railway than any lipstick || t:


I MK AND MRS .. .. .... ........ I II : in Jacksonville Saturday \.-u.r.g Watch is Your Guarantee of Satisfaction. you',ee+erwurn!

I Mrs. Gladys Cook. q 1tri; J8 #?t"niU5 color % 4 I

I ...lIPRESS .. _. -...- I I: Mr and Mrs O L. Linn:n and 1 1'J*. Matching

:, family are moving this week from Officially Appointed *
t nail enamel .(fJ. iI
r6

;! I.I.'I"Y I I the Monorief Nollman apartments to subdivision the. l ., .

. _ _ home in Paehurst f I' US

.... .... formerly! occupied bv Dr SEABOARD RAILWAY 0.

and Mr R. P Stubbina wh> have

a ELECTRIC SERVICE rr.t ved to Tallahassee.Mr (
.
KOCH
WINKlER22 : and Mrs James Stewart of WATCH INSPECTOR A

'-'''_' J Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. 1 Keystone: Heights and Mrs Dorothy .I .

E:! Ford and Maurice Wing-ate DRUG STOREBR.DFORD
STARKE FLA.
:saw. "South Pacific" in Daytona ,

I[I Beach Wednesday evening of last; I .









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SIS BRADFORD COt STY TELCdR.\PH, >T \RRE FLORID V

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Pst -
.pry'n' :1.":' : :t.k"tt+ : 4. :: --- -

t:,. formula anj you '.'ill fin .... .. .. .. ,
1.. 1 iHienothiazine: mc ioed. Follow di- cabbage Rem-.rked toVa i HIGHLANDB '. ... : .... !!tn!:! : \r .'1'h: ,,' .t 1'.1.; i :....!!....! .' v: : ; t.:. : '
-f. tjong on the package. For only Gaskins about the only tiling that M-':. .>.. .!.. ..s' H, H._! .! !- ,,1r ,.i T... :! i: :0 s11't, ,'i XSt. \\ ., .,! .
:,. -, want to in- had been .1' \ :--:.d tie SI 43" T\\ 6 i ':
d : you might give regular on m> table wa; } Mr filar .\ n i4. has fl.d !. TVe rirmit t'.urt I' ashRetber
Ij :NormanAAAAAAAA.AA.AAAAAAAAA.AAAAA same tor f Dradfctd with; It- 1"1dItAm..nI
>i '.i'iual treatment. cabbage. He assured me that Ineedn't f S f: t' .phi ha.> '.';ade\ aptlicaron! C....y rUiM: In (" .arn,. aid Ai'< :
.
rataxdrrdt t' .' u.d Ih..rt''n. .NOTICE OF M'KOM \"IF4t *:1 the highe.th
I.J.I..r
I'Luit Dixie 18 be without it a singlemeal :'a d .nl''Ui':
emlraces the fnllow.t \ SHE t South front -* !
This hybrid field corn La number as long as there was a head i;j Mrs hazel l Gnff.r.s (r :i thc.to..d Pr-.prty n the County The pubic: t is n, 'lid: that under J"ourt rnir r I
: was shopping Tadfird. Mate vt Florida; .' .
to- ,
me on the list for three reasansugher on his farm. He encouraged mi: ,.t: and in accordance "'Ih Kmal Decreerendered ."
r .n Jack-ur.Mlle: last; Thursday .. January ': : ,
yields, less falling or blow.eg (I 1,so that I did bring home another I I Mr and IrLacy Norman andI .(hscrtbd.rt': LIn XW rr. Of Lot :i;< Judge of the C :,11.:I.r lit i-t .'.t-v PraJ-the r ;ary e. 1sr.A .
over and more weevil resist !, five heads Thr\ are till gol aV as'f.-U. us Com at NK'liT ford f i unty FI: r 1.1. .-, l'h.1"t'1 J. Th! ) I\::. J::
ay i r *jn. Larry. w..re'I5.ltr.g Mr and ff Lot of Bik IS run B Case :X.' 66; whtr !1'- .- g. ..t
< \I.-t.
ant. .ve then1TYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYY, OOfIS:44ftWle4ft .. r
By Geo. T. Huggin appreciate Mrs G L Sapp. and son at Heil- ft to pt of bR. Town of X Lawtey :oo,) j.U Markha'i! .r.\ 'f" .!:a"! A: '' "- -.t':..\ -< :..': t4:.' t'I.; ..1" .
r Florida test and Georgia teat" ; bronn Spnngs Friday p. nx E of Ry In S.cs 23. a. :S are d!.i. :..d.t'a'! .. '. : :
:i. T. 5 S. n
County Agent :::! E.
at the experiment station and
Homer Smith, and daug.ter.Shirley : The '
r Agricultural> Extension Sen Ice I farm trials have al! given !similar Ann. visited Mrs. Maude under assessment tbe said of the crttftcat said property -... --

results Seed is scarce this a! i Keystone Heights lou..d Was. in the name of fnknown
I year Smith at the .
: Alachua
Care ForLatest PIgS past three weeks I have seen *evI I ; General I n'! "s sad.: "ertV.'at# haI! be redremrd .
I results of dry weather last Bum Hospital Sunday a \rd..t to '.a.. thrr .
m. Mrs. Smith
p. p.
I
figures on the hog sitjation ejal hundred hogs in the county. -rty thrr.w.i: t. ?.j '? the hrg,..
I Start looking for Dixie IS j by Mrs. Sara McDonald
mer. : under went
I an operation and if "-I .dd..r ,
teU us that the fall pig I have had a good number of re-1 I .a' thr I : h. :.l-" d. -
seed corn now and get your sup-1 I ,! getting along nicely. We t :' thr t ri' .aIdu, 'hr n', ntR
lop was off 11 per cent and that quests for a good worming remedy. I J & & && hopeI ,.t !!afar h. ; a '1 : :hr II.,'
I ply. I will be home Thursday. l f 3.la. h. !,"
spring farrowing ia expected to be 11 have seen several places where Bhw Mold In Tobacco Red I The afternoon circle of the Community Mrs Alice Austin of Daytona D..:-dh 1. f .... ,t., :.." REASONABLEcharges
:
about 13 per cent leu. That means the pigs 3 to 4 months old needed Weather'conditions j' Church Women met Mon i I
,,
: Beach is few
Neglect cost spending a weeks
may
you.
that hogs have a good chance tc a worm treatment There are two I i
I day. Jan 19. at the home of Mrs. here with her children. attended with the fintIf
have been perfect for I j
bring a good price. good materials to UAe. i
; Wm. Reynolds. Mrs. Horsfall i I
blue mold to attach and conducted :sincere serving bring to the
spread Mrs. Sarah Norman and sister us friendship -
Give your hogs good attentionand j Sodium Flouride is the one I I the devotional Because of Let Us Thoroughly
them growing. You lose fast. Usually we wait until) leave j i Irene Austin were visiting their of the great communities which
keep i most Thurpowder the number of members, I
highly
j suggested now. bei i it was
about the size of dime '
and
bring are a ister mother Mrs. Edwin
badly when have to Wash we serve.DeVVITT,
you used'I : decided to divide the circle and J Your Clothes
is one that has been
stunted fore beginning a spray program > Knight and Mrs. Zettie Padgett in
them out of that growth.
members drew lots to determine I
for external !.
mineral for parasites on poultry. Last year with similar weather | Baldwin Wednesday.
Keeping a good your It is used at the rate of one pound I conditions the disease struck and I which circle each would belong to. I 9 Pound
hogs is money well spent. Minerals I i Rev E. C. Harvey and Cecil I
I theyhad :Mrs. Eula Walker will continue
mixed with 100 of I
will help the other feeds give better pounds dry I killed young plants before I Hardee were business visitors tcJacksonville I C.
I II to lead one and Mrs. S. F.. Ken JONESPhone
i feed, regular hog mash or ground I II attained the size of a dime. I Inedy's For 40c!
result. i snap corn. Figure on about the !, If you wait to begin spraying or'dusting group the other. Mr*. Ken 1 Thursday. I 7 Starke, Fla.
Don't Frd Worm amount of feed number of I nedv's group will meet next Monday 'I Charlie Mosley of Orlando "fra<: i i FREE Bleach If Desired!
your be sure to watch :your
Seems that we are saying lots I I : visiting his mother and dad Saturday 'i _
i! hogs will consume over about an at her home to organize and Trmple Are. StaJkt r _
i bed closely. I '14
about hogs but I don't think we ; I and .
to down to work Sunday.T.
eight-hour period. b* ready get by j
much. During the Twentyfivepounds The Telegraph carried these recommendations Funeral Director Ambulance
too SetriceOur
can say I the next regular meeting.Mr E. Pease of St.
of feed would require only i I a few weeks age i j Marys. Ga.1| eW'e

one quarter pound of sodium flou- \ but it is well to repeat them now. i and Mrs. Carson Wejlandi I was here on business Tuesday. local funeral home enables us to offer convenience anti

ride Mix thoroughly and feed daily Dr. W. B Tisdale of the Florida I j] will leave Keystone next month. The sick ones of our cominunit Will services not otherwise available.

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S Keep hogs away from water Experiment Station suggests spray 'i Mr Wetland has been transferred ; are Paul Norman, little Tury Ray Dry Your Clothes I I -,- 1- I I I I' __
while, eating this ration. Feed this ,, or dust twice weekly with Feibam';' to New Jersey. Mosley and Linda Padgett.: Hope I I IIIJ
I :' We furnish the highest! type service at lowest i iaccept
mixture one day and your hogs or Zin b. For 100 square yard j Mrs. Eula Walker has gone tc they will soon be well. For 20cIn prices and t

JUST ONE will be free of round worrr-a which use 1 1-2 to 2 pounds of Farbamor LouNburg, Ga. to visit Mrs. Bar- : Those from Lawte who attended New AuUmiatl? Driers! ANT life insurance policy In force Issued by A.NY t

FRIGIDAIREMade are the most common type found : 1 to 1 1-2 pounds of Zineb dust. wick She will be gone a week or Church here Sunday were: Mrs company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral ,

only by General m hogs As plants grow gradually! increasethe more. Hattie Darby. Sinie Piescott Consultation_ carries no obligation. t
e I 1114 111I I ___,_" ,_. _
The other I 66
Motors, Corp. All other material widely usd d9se so that you will be using Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reamer are Mary Bennett. Mr. ani Mrs Dill 4

Electric: Refrigerators are I is phenothiazme This comes in', 1 pounds of dust just before plantsaiv back for the winter. ndarvis and children. Mr and ..-. --

made by other companiesand transplanted.If Mrs. J. A. Williams entertained Mrs T. T. Blackburn.
I Washeteria\
cannot use the word Symptoms of Distress Arising from you spray use 3 oz. of i6per Tuesday night with a small bridge' Sunday School begins at !9 4f:: i

STOMACH ULCERSDUETO cent Farbam in 12 1-2 gallons Mr E. a. m, WorshipervMe! 11 a m
"Frigidaire. party for her daughter, ,
,"' water or 2 to 3 pounds in 100 Evening sl"n'icf'"elnf.1'da\' 7 eAr
her'
who here with
EXCESS ACID A. Timmonf is
.lions of water. Begin with 5 from p. m. Pastor Rev E ('. H Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST illons of spray for a 100 ward husband Columbus, Maj.Ohio. Timmons Supt. of Sunday --chool l W C Har VYYYV7.TyyyyyynyyyyyyyvI I

? ? Ak About Trial Offtri bed and increase to 10 gallons dee. Adult Teachers F M Heir::. is
15-Doy .: Ilirris C. Long. Suj>t. of Public Aa.ilOOIO
With
bt'"re! plants are removed. don and Nellie Bud WilkinsonYoung + '
THEN: SEE Over tour million bottle of the WiuTIIITUCMT *!> Ziin-b use 1 1-2 to 2 oz. of 65 Instruction for Clay County was Peoples Mrs. Pauline Mor I 1 0
hT been old for relief of speaker at the regular meetlug : 00
irmptom of dlUeu irking from ttomath per| cent Zineb in 10 gallons of i guest ton. Intermediate. Bro E. C. Har-
and Duodenal nun due to Cicm of the Keystone Heights PTA.on .
E. H. SMITHTenth F*.r Dliwtion, lour or U...' Stomach Acid-l, eater or 2 pounds in 100 gallons i: Tuesday Jan. 20. He expressed very, Mary Ceil Bennett: priman By "Shorty"
GM6I--. H.artaurn l1..pl.Wwu ate.,' Takes about 3 level tablespoons: Vica Mae Norman and Amanda
due to CIMM Add. Ask for ""WWMd'' of the way the
and Temple Ave M.ttaV shish fully explains tUj rtffiwK" I I.We oi! Fatbam to make ona ounce his appreciation with Wilkinson, Beginners Nellie Wilkinson r )
1 *"horn twaunenfr-fw-: ,)****" while 2 level tablespoons of Zineb local unit has co-operated : Cradle Roll Iris PendaN \ \
Starke Fla. and school admini- :) J
KOCH DRUG' STOKK: 'A ill make an ounce. the teachers vis. So come to the FrIendly ..

('alIa/I') / For Health st rat ion. He suggested that the Church. You will always receivea .:.I,:: I ; } I.)
make a survey of cur- il11
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school needs. He stated that : / \ WIDENERSAT.
nut in the Gaskin's Communityvaccinating rent Mr. and Mrs. William Young B
PLANNING TO MOVE? of education includes j'l
his philosophy
hogs. As I remember.I not only formal classes and and son Billy of Jacksonville wet f / / I ( FEB. 21 '
found four Gaskin who are visiting The Rev E. C. Harvej- l ,
ri Let us do the job for you com brothers. I knew and enjoyed the "three fl s'', but also contact' Friday p. m. Mrs. Young is MrsHarvey's I'/ 00,000 ADDEDFLAMINGO 9t

( ;'I. plete.Ve operate )local) and long working with a Willard Gaskinsover with all available educational facilities sister. : :
e.uv A lU+ t'SO
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citizenship -
II '. distance in U. S. when:, through field trips, :
and of
St..LA anywhere. in Baker County Mr. and Mrs. Holland Brown ---- ---- ------ --

_MOVING.N..w,.. I I ailed the nacre he wa< added tc'i' and "learning by doing". Tampa are the proud parents of "Yes.....ir, best little oil salesman = .

Phone 311 250-J the family list. There may bt'l I Mrs Emma Ka Mansfield, vice a son born Jan 25. Mrs. Brown will in town!" i

or more I didn't ask These Bradford president announced that the Keystone be remembered as Sarah Lee I I II ____
boys have taken advantageof Heights 1'1'A. was the only Wilkinson of Maxville! s't
Excellent Storage,: Facilities in Clay Countyto Ande'll Rive you the Il'stvcrxice
Willard for he is much the !-non organization Mrs Bessie Strickland of Clay

: smallest and is !living way off receive the blue ribbon award Hill was in our community Mon in tou n. Make u. SAL FEB. 28

:_ 4V R. B. ALVAREZ over thenalone ': from the State Conference.This earned l. last day.Mr. Prow it. 100,000 ADDED
Well. I enjcned talking: with award was and Mrs. Leonard Prevattand TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

,i< h different ono t fur .1 few mmutev year during the administration of family of Lawtey were visiting '
Agents for Delcher Bros. t
The\ .'\"-i.- all \ 1-1 1'hllsy Mrs. W. J. Siprelle as president. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Starlingand LIBBY

*ferryman Bid jr. S. Court St. about then hi m*'-.s:. nut their A letter of resignation was reIceived family.

farm progranhous, that they from Mrs F. D. Gant, president RoC.. S. Smith of Doctor Inlet SEE YOU AT s
The Sales & Service
who has moved away. gave us a good talk on "The

resignation was accepted but nc Second Coming of Christ."

one was fleeted to fill the vacancy Several Churches will join u!' in IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAA/

the nominating committee Course "The Book I Kaiser Fraer HenryJDEALERSHIP
niv a Study ofj II
GROCERIES was unable to find a candidate. Philippians", Jan. 26th through'' ,

Miss Mansfield has consented to 30th. The teachers will be Rev. E. I! Temple Ave. I'h. 32

Earl COOK'S MEATS Preside at the meeting but it willb C. Haney. -

,' the duty of the board to divide I .bLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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the other duties of the president, ,II I

FEED since Miss Mansfield is one of the ..

teachers and cannot attend tc

Phone 339-J 1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North them. I
I II I Mrs Uobt.: Jackson Study Group I

Chairman reported a very successful 1
Quantity Itishts/: Reserved Prices in this ad effective thru Sat.. Jan. :tlTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTffTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT study group in November. She
i
I announce that the County Study

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TENDER SIKI.UIN I Legislation will be held in GreenCove
Lge Box Springs next month. She requested t.
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STEAK OILbl"XUSSC all who could to attend. i

Mrs C. E. Weiland reported ai I -
s
profit of $97 on the bake sale =
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,,1.PEl'KI.En. 12:! Oz. Cello Pack i held at the annual meeting of the
REA on Jan. 15. I j U

Hostesses for the evening were j I

BUTTER BEANS 21C SPARr LbHICKORY Mrs. W. J. Siprelle and Mrs. A'j .. ..

RIBS 34C E Reeves. ,; IiifIConlinual.

Dr. Jon! O McGuire executive!;

secretary of the Florida Baptist
EXTRA SPECIAL Convention will conduct an Ordination I. ; .o.. of tlondatj ..up..nf aid turnitlvitroltd
ii d. .ndtnl on atoilobililf of .01..01.
p
SMOKED:
Lb I service Sunday morning at i I
RICE 5 59C TbTUY33C : the First Baptist Church. To be I 4 .

BACON I ordained as Deacons are M M. I

Sargent \Vuli
r.tmp .1.,1 T '11I110. Dashtr Chevrole) :
,U( JEMIMA 1953 i 1

.
LKAN CHICK ALL MET To Rdiff't =
FLOUR F U 516 29C 5
,lli"'Y of "

STEW BEEF"FRESH 59C

(With Coupon)

666 AdvaeeDesign
( '1IA11Y' LEAN .E .
i TAMTTi UMI FAST stud
LgeCan Ea Lb i l,8hp( oadmaster I engine
TRIPE 39C PIG TAILS 18C 0 re standard on 5000 and 6
I heavy-duty and forward
models,
ATTENTION ] k I- engine power!I tunirol on 4000 Scries f"-avy-optional

F.Kl.llKl'KGRITS TENDER C1IITKSTEAK rue S de Iver duty trucks.Heavier .

Lb Lb If You Have

5 49C S 49C ..... stronger, more durable
PINE OR CYPRESS .. 0 re frames increase rigidity .
add to ruggedness and .1'
TIMBER TO SELL more va I. staYing& power!I stamina of 1933 Chevrolet

FKESH ME ITT Lean Tender Pig Pork Side :+ trucks.
Large Small

'r Lb flC MEAT Lb 39Cs or Tracts ..,. Trucks up to 4000 Series
NECK BONE RIB {We Buy All :I! IISS 0 re heavy-duty models have"TorqueAction"
"" "',
[( brakes. Scbraking -
!
5 I PAY TOP PRICES power roes 4000 and above rue
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infroEt
33K3S5S: (;.001) SKINLESS HICKORY SMOKED PURE PORK I 0 I e / TorqueAtUODbnk", Twin-Action"in rear. I


iaraol WIENERS I E Lb 33C SAUSAGE Lb 49C Write or Call .,I, .'-.::: ,o J 1d: ,. '7 f'-;:: ../I* Kew" ttamica plus I extra'.gasoline It+w

,I In 0 re economy in heavy-duty tee

t; / models with Loadmauer engine
asks
;:!C't''!" B. THOMAS s MORE CHEVROLET TRUCKS *i9 cSE! a \, I reduces hauling costs
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.. economy
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He Have Plenty Oysters Shrimp/ Speckled Perch, PHONE 211-J ,

P. 0. Box: 735 TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
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Mullet and Catfish STARKE, FLA.

PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETSP.GE

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Park of the Palms'Laymen's I Rev. Shepherd Guest ;5tet.'lon University and Southern p-ot>m's parents.Mr ( last 4\e.-.J.1) WUt' Mr Cd Mrs sixth birthday With party at .:
!N oVR r Baptist Theological Stmm3.n'. and liri J E Hard and J.V Thomas. aril sons Mrs
home
Monday afternoon JI'::: :ice
Day'i, Preacher at SundayPresbyterian id .1.11: be happy to return tc amity 'f Stark were Sltr.g- Ilouard Douglas and children

0 Slated Feb. 6 i I Service :Hampton where he preached tht.d her pare:'oS he 0 W Barn s or. Rt'and Mrs M Beard, RevLatt'r. In the Lm ser,' tl'urtN'n ,': \
,
St'nr.\n. of his n lnlstrySfrr" Sunday Mr ot Lubedta P r.hols er. little :rends
.
Lltr A Shepherd Chaplain ot'f1e four ears ago; Brookt'r frIends of Laurence JSpare" Mrs Rosa Pmholster Yr and

Bg House at P.atordill be Rt'B.b" Gray Spanglt'r will be sorry Mrs L. L. Parker, and daughter WILL PAY CASH

d r test preacher: at the Presbyterian to hear that on his business tnF 11r and -Irs. Vernon OverturfMrs.

Methodist Church At The Tabernacle hltr h r.ut Sunda). The Chap- Church ef Christ north he was confined to a hospital -. 11. O. lI.unll and 111' E T For Saw Logs

tat' will preach at the 11 am.w for an operation and pneumonia. Stuart. Everyone say theyhad a
The First Methodist church vf Mrs Daisy M. ,,:... : 'of" f":',:4 b IfS: lp ..er.-ice 0:1 t.'le subject, Corner 10th and Mc11aho. lIe IS recuperatutr at a wonderful time. .INI) prLPwoon

Starke cordlally anvltu you tf/ at. RIcan Millol1 In ('entra: Amen'alpokr The Grace ot Ghing." Bible: School-l0 A M. hospital in Jamestown N. Y.Mr 'Irs. Rita Dl'\lWn "If Dunnel'n! TIMBER

to the Tatl'rna( 1 le ( rmgre'gatlfJ:1 of Preadlir.g-ll: A. M. and .:3l and lIrs. Z\t. f AC.'e "IrsDoylt' spent several da visiting with
tend the following a"rvir of The recently called pastor I I'hi P. M. A Post yard Will Bring Me
relating 'rt'ws. lticke !
Sunday morning and son of her daughter and famil the L
\\'ol'Jlhlp c.n Sunday Ftb. 1. Church (1-IIr"h. the Re" W. S MeA .
some of her experiences among Prayer Meeting and Bible Studs Tampa. were .....I"ekend1S1tors of A. "Shine" MottsMrs To See You,
School begins; at 9:15: every Sunday a .I!! assume his pastoral I each Wednesday 7:30: P. M.Everyone .
v the Latin American .
people 'Ir. and Ir3. W E. Bigham. Jr."Jackie"
L. A. Bn'f
morning. P.ev. Thomas G.Mlt'hf'U dIll If"' Sunday. Feb. The envr. welcome.VVV Gainesville D. B. 'Dick' Thomas
The message Sunday night '.ta has completed her series was visiting the L L Park
will preach at 11 o'clock tiembtorship of the Church
delivered by the .poo..owr and drat': ., of shot;;. and she and Mickey will en and the 11. 0 Harrt'll s !l.t.tThunvlay I iat\ tev, Fla,
''In Ute subject, The Glory c.f Th >. u n rends and guests. are urged Vtrtytyyytyyaryyyyyyy
with "Two Dreams and a WI"lng leave Tampa this week for the
('roIlS," The lJrd'JI Supper wU1 lie ,. be !uresent to welcome the new
The Handwriting rnWalls" ';" first lap "If their to Eng
journey Mrs. D. E Benton. If Sant. Fe
.rvM at the clone of Ue Btn'i<"e pastor BROOKER land {

Sunday evening Mr. Mitchell The :nrrt'3sed Suy School! was visiting her daughter Mrs
Dr John E. 1.011er of Mu': .
Mr and Mrs. Will Rogers attended Bin Jones Jut week.Mrs. .
\\.11) preach on "The Ser ind B 'atitude stirring revivalist and tore i scnwjHie of the Presb}1eriar. Grace G, nigh.ull the funeral of WUl's broth'ranlaw Beware Coughs
a ,'nnUnuatlon of the Sun. "tur"h" .ndudes Ue new program Philip Jont s. and 11r
of the radio n I K
.
rector progralJ. aaa Shorty Wheaten, in
"J evening sermon IItr\el\ onr'r to (,'od" will b(. heard it' )1 'h. adult Friendship Class, for AAAAAAAAAAAAAA AIl"S Apopka. Sunda '. Victor Jones enjoyed a shopping From Common Colds

Beatitude of Our Lord Tabernacle Sunday mOrr, ,: a ad It,, with T A. Yawn Jr. Alva Wlll.im: daughter: tour In Gainf''iI1t last week
-rJl't Tel mu.'IIr will be furnished bye night, Feb. 1. eider anti teach r. Other tt'ach."r" of Mr anti Mrs Jim Williams Marvin E. Stokes- of Edgar. Mrs Reed E. Lewis spent It felt That HANG ON
Dr K S. EDgU..hFF.d" has been called into the armed days visiting Mr and Mrs E C
\ Youth Choir. The Sunday I:If the various departments
I. ,
from theTabrri: A and Fowlt'r. !
group nn of Mr. !
r rung a"n'ice Lt-gins at 7:30. :: p. attended the Sunday aftrn..n F, b 6 is! destgnatec: d' Ire Mrs Herbert Grf'en. Mrs. J. services; At the present his wife Lewis in Starkt last week II SI" the hron.h.t: s}ten I"

service at Park. f-the.Palms l.aytnrt.: I Ila ,tt the "('hr..t t..r I; Caldwell, Mrs Louise Harden. and Irs. I S Fowler both of IS visiting here indefinitely with A.3 and Mrs Arthur W Mond\ help loosen mJ nrc1 gem \\&J'o

The f'c.ndudlng AtSAlon c.f the Flftrdd'rmft'rClwe: tu be tundul' Mr.. William Eppersun and Mrs Brooker were united In marriage her moth, Irs Rosa Drawd Jr of Gl"ffn'e Springs Mrs phlegm and aid nature h' vruhc .mJ
on Saturday. January 24th-: at the Mrs' Edd Polk and Irs Marvin Arthur Mood, Sr and hildrt'n. heal uw, tcndci m8amcd I-hn..hu
,
ted William T. Jackson
\\'oman'" 80d'ty of Christian ClII.ItClI 01.Jt.t. ('IIItI.-r at I'ark-ol.tht'-Palm" Ke) F: G. Duncan. membranes l.u.if.mteN to
please
Court House an Starke. Among Stokes were visiting Mrs Frank of Penney Farms. and Mrs G I' \0
S. "Vlf'e study on the Bible will beheld 01' LITTER: U.\\' s.\'n's stone Heights during the week is Associate Superintendent of or m\nl\ tun\kJ l''mul'I\D buSl'lt.J
thove present at the service wasAlva' P"lk lr. Ti etun iast Thurs1.itAi. l'tr-h of .\hurn: l.tkIt'It'! t
Jot'b. while all departments be test of millions of
Wednesday evening, Ft.b. 4, Rtr\'II'f'S fal'h Sunday In oM Tiny: 1.8.Listed the Church School. ... users.
) parents" anal Mrs Ct'l I: ': :: :L 't' ': g : .' : \1'1': I ( I i'r
It' 1 JI P m. "Grt'at Idpat of the sonic hail on E. ('all Sl. Sunday a3 the chief speaker at are headed by SUpi'r'intendent I-\r.: .,'.., "! nee i:" '" \' .... :" .' ,: : ,.. ,". CREOMUCSION
Children : "
Bible" will t.e tlillcusJWd at this Serv'l t the 11 a. m. La'mt'n's Hour next Ralph Yarbray. .
School 10 Sacrament .
am. '.' & ,M
Chat
pr"sl '\0. :" '1\ 'K t .::11 : I' ,' M. : :' '. ers tv sddl Anti Ir..cAdu"NOTICE"
I uNilng Beluilon c.f the course.uartrrl tee 6:30: p.m Everyone welcome. Friday IS Cot. John 11. Fain of youth and adults not prt"s. it g

( ') ('un''r..lu' I Atlanta, Ga Col.! Fain was a itemher : entry enrolled in a Sunday Schou! .. .- .- -- --- .. - .. --" -
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The church will elect Its offirrala I'STU'O 'I.\I. IIOI.INFtiyt of General MacArthuYs Air are invited to visit or bec"n1' - ,

<11RCII Force Staff in the Pacific during members of the appropriate I l.t! +- : '
and church commiltw-8 a
Sunday School 10 a.m World War II. As result ot a in the expanded program : OUR STEAK
the Fourth Quarterly Conference
Morning Service 11 a.m. near crash while aboard a C-5-1 :Members and candidates for the
b bf" I'onltuded by Ur. It F. Hul- STARLINGS :
Evening' Service 7:30: p.m.I'raytr plane off New Caledonia, he ......ascom.t'rted Presbyterian ChIJdrt'n's Choir Our Beef !
land. of Galnt8\'i1e! Monday MeetingsVednesda) and now spends' much Youth Choir or Adult Choir are
:. 'f'b 2. at !U'i: : p. m Dr
Bight 7.15 p.m. Saturday nghg flf his time speaking in churches.A ,urged to be present WeJnesda :
I i.Itland 1 will lead the Real I
npentn.it.hlp II
and rl'llIlrb fir the \.ar' r 7:45: p m.a highlight of the opening day at j p.m. for rehearsal and platW! : ;: 5 0 Tender
flf the Conference, this Sunday for the new program 01 Chllll'h
"K will be KIen brf'pre!' t r, of all the organrzatlons c iihurch f, men prt'HJIJI All members and will be a Radio Bible Class: Rally music. Good This This Week
at 3 m., 1M by Dr. M. R. De- Special attention is railed to t h G & Market
'fI' ,' 1'1111' r,. the Quarterly v friends of th It'th..rtlst 'hllrf'hI p. j;
Mann internationally known Sunday Vesper Chimes. with p'l) rocery
( (nfercnr .' the .lfll' lal Board wdh..i1 I I Itt..rtJlallv IOvltt'.I' tt. nit the Week
teacher heard regularly over the grass for the JUnior ages built
: its rt'gular OI"nlhlnot'dlOJ:: Quartt'rh Conferen' .
Mutual Xf'twork. on the Presbyterian magazinePIONEER
Q' The regular sessions of the Conference TRAILS and for the tarill' Fla. ( oml'r ( all & ('herr Friday and Sat.. Jan :o.n:

will be carried on daily tt'en-agt'rs and young adults on
.
.
wllh Dr. E. Schuler of SL Petersburg material in PRESBYTERIAN. /II -_ ,d. ._' __ __ _. _. _'_- __ -__ -_ __ _'_ "' J :!:_
.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke
leading the Bible Hour YOUTF Vesper Chimes i- you

at 10 a. m. Each evening 7:3C: t ducted each Sunday evening IrI LOIN

Dr. John 1Zollt rof Michiga n I the Church and Education Building .

VII-.-.......--............." ..-------- will speak followed at 8:15: by at 6:30.: All are welcome aiall T-BONE

1m\'o I.EWIS n, IL11NES, Pastor Dr. Jesse M. lIt'ndlt'y of Atlanta, the meetings of the Church ISTEAK ROUND v vC

Ga.
J..rrrr04! In anti ('ourt Streets In The Heart of Town Extra Good '
Tuesday Feb. 5, .has! been designated Hampton Baptist
Phom-s Office 2I:t 1 Pastorium 130 "Womt'n's Day" wit I LB.l"ountr .

........... ,
------------ -- several sessions to be address(I The R+'v J. David Elmorl' will

Sunday Sermons: 11 :00 A.M. 7:30 "" J. by prominent Christian leader!s speak at all cervices Sunday 10
3 Lb. (
Sunday' School 9:13 I; rt.M. Training Union 6:15 1'.M I. among women in Florida.Dr. the absence of the pastor who itconducting )' PorkSMOKED an
Rob Jones, Jr. of Bob JoneJ! revival meetings In
Midweek Serf ice 7:30 1'M.VL J. b
11'edne.day College will conduct services dur,
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I IN eeeeee -- --- -- -- ----- the Conference
I ing the last two days of A Cordial invitation to attt'n('

FOU FUEl-{ ; TltSPOHTATIO Ft'b. j and 8. the Bible School at 10 a. m e'
The sessions will be held in th4 79
: the sue -
extended to everyone by
-Phone 266J on Sunday 306 on Wl'ekdaJsOU' :
Park-of-the-Palm
auditorium at '
,
pt'rintendtnl. 31r. Don E. Hill Crisco
anti are open to the public. where classes for every age group Lb

I ml'E't to study the Bible. You will ROUND CHEESEROAST 53C

First Christian Church find a wonderful opportunity for

i training in the Word of God by -
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II find lots 0us\ Hlblt' School 10 a.m. I meeting with the B. T U. at 6:30: t _ :.- q- n _- -: _- -. -. =- P:- ,, =

('harge (ITo the Deacons and under the direction of Mr
m.
I Eld'l1 11 am. I p.Frank WIUiam" "ood Tond.r !'(JIIK LB.

Prepare 7:30: p.m, I: 'Good Gospel preaching can bE IDE E

'hrashan Endeavor I Young heard in both services 11 a. In

r --' Peoples I 6 30 : and 7:30: p. m and you will nol F p 21CWEINERS

('hull practice each Monday w1nt to miss the messages ,,\ 39C

evening at 7:30: at the home of ul's' pl..nJIJ young pry'arhei F B

I' \\' r'ul50n.'Iitors: and allsigns Brother Eon'ore :- a gradua.m..y.yyrr..ymt." ""I

wl.lcomf'It'dal
i/' i t Slit .1TO
c lceAt

t 11 a m this Lord's Day wet

Church Officers for thl, I; Botti. ( .rton
II: elect 1 THE WOMANWHO'S
Cello Lb
war May[ every member be
pl....rnt! Visitors are always Welm I E S

== G -Cr ', "Wht'rl' a Visitor Is Never
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St. Mark's Episcopal with Her Present BOLOGNA .- -- -

HI'\ Ra)m01111 F. MacBlainrtnrluh ._&_ -' <- _ <__'-_'- T _- _- ._ .'tt:.:. !

Ycs, you II hnd ;I t :: > tlf Sfn 1ff'tsnm. Dry Cleaning Service: ( \ I \\

cherries galore to : .\\'s JOe Bar For
i 4 -t-, Ii ::11. Church kl1\lI1. 11a SOr
this exiiling Borden In. forl1111g Prayer & Sermon Yo" dun'r.now\ how wonderrul C A P 4 25C

Haror! 13righf red, juicy 6:30: pm. Young peo1'll."s Service _rt cleaning can be until

cherries that add refreshing flavor League.IIUL. you try our miracle Sanitone
\' fO\OU'SIOX I Sen ice'! Cllo s47
to every spoonful. Enjoy this smooth, .
1st. Sunday 11 a m 3rd. Sunday "
rich, delicious ice cream at your t 7:30: I MORE DIRT REMOVED GRITS MEAL Small 19C
a.m.nun. I
favorite fountain. Take some I1 .\Y San tone IS the one dry clean

home for dessert tonight. 1 a 7:30; : pll Litany & Meditation I ing that ale av's gets out .ill the

S p.n: Choir; P'1'learS3l. dirt, e\en the rounJ-in
4 aun..11 tI grit -" J- I
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tre/allllnpq !
iwma and -
Mt'r grime that near out -t
11irrr St. Edward's Church I clothing fibers.ODORLESS I'ta. Ttn or M.s\eflhlou'.eflag I


4, Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. :I r NECK BONES Lb 10CPORK

Weekday Mass 7:30: a.m. With Sanitone Service there's

Children: = Class We.1. 3:00: p.m never trace of cleaning odor
I lie ..tone I Coffee 79
a ) lleigtrt even perspiration is gone.

r FACTORY FACTORY I \\'omin's C1ubiau I 50 clothes are fresher .11. Western Lb
:-:,la, Mass 1-t. 3rd, 5th Sun I \\.1ys! RIBS 39C
11 a11! ::nJ and Hh Sun. 8 am.

APPROVED ENGINEERED Conft'SShJnS before all Masses.3o I SPOTS ARE GONE
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';' in.Church. I, .. .
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: SERVICE V PARTS Our spotters are expert cufts. _'. _. .'_ 0. -- --- -

I I, ,. I of God do men to who make\know een JUSt the\\hat most III ( I I It ( Ill ( h or FHO.\T. HOI. '\1). TISSUE Scotts 2 For 23c
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stubborn
I Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Spots disappear
Washing, Painting, Jcpairing RccolldUitJni1lg
uhout harming the fabric: .43
.. .... ... .. Worship 11 a.m. Evens S I
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1 Service ; ::30 p.m. ypE Slnict LB.
HOLDS
BETTER PRESS Steak
nH.\IU; TmE: 1NiTIONTESTIN (; Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Mee:. -19c

t:; ANT) ST.111TE:111tR.IhE : ng 7:30; : p.m Iss Thursday.tt"y Were can pretty press proud a garment of the so s avse 11 0 N ION 2s S

: : Tl'BE: (;a: EH.\Ton) Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn. sill look\ like new and keep
1.1NlNl.(. its .
S.tLES }\l'TI'11'} tag Worship 11 a.m. YPE Sen", shape another Sanironeextra'


HODY HEP.\IH FE\UEH: WOHK SERI.1ND"ICE \1.1.SERVICE EI.ECTmC\1.: jag\\Saturday OOlH'II..IOHY, :';'.30 pm. : COSTS' NO MORE 1 o19i' .


r H U'TI"T Byres Sanitone 11 really the new'.
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ter,, amazingly better service, vet d 14
!)IF" Complete Lubrication Scrrice i Wt' art all having an old tim e it costs you no more than orJl- PORKTAILS

- = -., ,,------ ----- ,------ rt'\'I\-al meeting being conduct:! nary drv \leaning.: Try us c
.rs I by Rev J. O. Paulerson of Jacksonville todAY and Set'! 1

nOniE JOBlt\TED TRUCKS
I I Everyone is invited to atteni d I _,.0 _-- '
Reconditioned Used Can and Trucks MJr/1 __ __ ._.._ n ----- -
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i and bring someone with you. )

t Wt Can _lrrange Financing: On Major Repairs I We are baying Services aU th y Large Bunch

; and dinner on the around Sunday CARROTS 1

r;n HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. ,: Feb Regular 1 services: STARKE 9C

Sunday School: 10 a.. m. 53c1

.Preach!,:!;:: 11 a. m. DRY Fryers Pascal Each
600 Temple F \ ,"'"' / Phone 69 CLEANERS
PrIscht1.g'Song Service 7:30: 7 p.p. m.m AND LAUNDRYI CELERY

rOl'ROl)( E PI. LHOl'T Il 1)E.LLERr ';:3! .
'Jwt'ek Prayer Meeting .. _- .- __
":" ....,. -I,i Starke. Florida.u..A.A.uu.u. _, __ ._ __-_ .. __ _ .__ -__ =- c .

Pastor J W Loner:: ..



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ncirr BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA .
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Postmaster Exam Band Parents Discuss 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTlLAWTEY Mother's March : A. C. Long -
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Two Tag Sales Lag \ ;;.....
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16 Demos For BHS InjuredIn ; .-.uJ "ptaaat III.:. t't' :...., .
Taken By Projects \ Co:'!tr.t.ed from page oz I i Continued from page one "0 .i t. JOBTh. .

Music OrganizationA Deadline Feb. 20 n.. .>l.no-!L k f!-.n! to. ;
T four
rsous aU of themI p. m. .. Cia
Sixteen ; J tral in ,
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l>)' L. II. I'ulehAAAAAAAAAA.AL4A.&AAAAAA4.a.J rr.ar.afrer: Ireland u .::; AccidentA :h.' Br.ti'J r .
Bradford County Dm- Mrs : grA!'"
Tenly wasted to
refist'-r-d thArJ 1934 when
Band l'rentsAsso&Latir he was transferred f .
of the .
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meeting \VA.'V: ;, .' : : i'.t-d i'i- : _
l- annul'''1' ,1-0. "
,r rat took thr U S Civil Service was held! Monday nightin ever>'one for their fir.e cooperation ,\, The Hague Netherlands, as ir.ar. rush! St't".. t > rx. :t"e.va\ Mr an.: :I KKII.! "..SE.uJ) O...' .... \
pxamir.ation laat Saturday ILornlngfrU rn the project 'r!.. of jh- .
otmat.r3.l1p: erf the U. S. the Hih: S hool library build- On Monday: "f this wttk ar.oL'llt' Section leaders 1 ager of the Dutch subsidiary A .- : :;. !. ':" :: .te..ng do."t' !.Ir-: Brid1'r.1: : Ciiry ,'S!. ivnerare ',- : y Mar : ., I. Ci--ib-. vr.11....,..

.. StarVe I ing. Mrs L. A Canova presiaent. long time and well kd citizen appointed by During World War II. Mr Long behind a car g. n.-' North on U S looking a; the dutcrnotuie taj t I
In Mrs -
Jot Office Tenly were: Mrs James -
returned the
will continue -i asked for an informal discussion observed a quiet birthday at home to Navy and served 301. jackknifeur.: .:> drivertned *.: 'j it:. '>OTir TO .arprin
Tha mans a demo rat Leva: N. E Starke. Mrs Ruby ia South Amenca and I. (" ,..li C_rt. Dr... .. .
Our little Washington to II.
the requirements of tee English Lady thoughfor I appN- the brakes and CouI.i\ Oot.t'v..or .'l_ "
to hold the poet i of present Jolms. S E Starke :Mrs Jo j !U K ..rreported :s, rUai !a l-kaB r.
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: Ella
naturalized before going to London as a swung across the middle line and Mr 1\1: :, v I I'.t'
and 15 men took the band and by what means the aio- many years a : f Tue>tlitr.ar :ti.' li W taj, .
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One man *
Hardy. S. W Starke. Mrs Era ': > J- ivJ
elation could be; of most help American citizen Mr Cathmnr petroleum attache to aast in knocked a car going south causing sales ate ome 1L':! pet ent DetunJlt -,

exam Included wereW. T Jackson.! liana were discussed for the upkeep Teare checked S4th year that Donald Wasdin. McRae.N H Starke: }1rs. coordinating supplies for the allied two person of the Southboundcar > rate of >al.- ,1tit.n" U VAt :': '.Ift T. :T.. r..', .!...r

p Make Ja<.kaon. T. F. Hcwell.Hubert and maintenance of the instruments day Everyone marvels! at the way Blandirg High. nationsIn to be injured last Friday ana this time last tear. 611 ; .. ,!

Turner. Jerome Johns. J. belonging to the school Mrs Teare gets around waiting way.: Mrs J. H. Dupree. CofleyRd 1913 he was appointed assistant freak accident UP, e .....,; j.;: :,-.(> ;;..iji': sent-c i. -.. j 1 : .

T KuMaivV George MOltr, bisi < and for music to be purchased for tin her :U a1hu h not very : Mrs F Shaw D, asant P4. manager ot Texaco cfntral Walter S. Derr. driver of the p.iretJ II.'?h: .tth-. .'):>'. ,so// ( th.
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!.- Margaret Miller. A. L Crosby the District Music Festival to beheld well visiting others who may be Mrs Jt'SSIt'e'o'some.. Gnffis territory at Chicago and semi. was arramged' in' Stat nionrnSl"5.l r. .

Jr Merrill C4wanl3 John : in the near future sick within walking distance of Loop Keystone Hgta Rd. Mrs later transferred to New York as Highway Patrolman. H, Bland 4 I'M I .l.'s t.lpSfte SO. 1\\" 1 ; ,

)ca1I. S 1 It Johns. JI. George One of the new projects of the her home. J. A Griffin, Kmgslex Lake manager of the foreign sales division j for reckless driving !11"' \ .*r .\ '. U.: o: 9s:> taps >-.. t'H : t,:

ioneG J. McCnff. Jr. Keaiie -tociation is the construction ofa Mr and Mrs Bryant Reddish Mrs H A Lawson. Jacksonville In January 1917 he became ; The accident occured on 301 just Det-n soul ;i.i> >-eai to date _

'otson! and I. K. Clark concession stand at the football .pent the weekend in Tallahassee Highway: Mrs. Arthur McRae. vice-president of the California i' north of the city limits at :5l: :; With tV deadline "et thi I ,,.. I .

One Starke IW Office official field and Mrs Canova appointed with their daughter. Mrs Pona Pine Level, Mrs Reddish Andrews. Texas Oil Corr.pan> Limited in ., pnJan 23. | weeks away i>r: Feb :20! BradioiCount 'u L ?. !

aid there wa no set time limit the following committee to serve and family. New River Mrs Millie Simmons charge of marketing west of SuezIn Those injured in the Southbounicar lans ale going tt have t o or before- >I.t' t.. \

notification would te madeof II K Tyus. Chairman -, : State Farm Rd ; Mrs. J. W. Home 1948 Mr Long returned tc 1 hustle.Colitvtor/ othern-i t'
\ ;hen on this project: Mrs. Edward Massev left for were: Sidney Terr and Leon. ".
S Partin. Hampton: Mrs James W Thomas the> Texas Company as assistant 'npUtntrJ ; ,. _
the new postmaster.S S Ft Johns Chas last ard Sasso. two New Jersey residents M j.i.i
Naples Saturday to join her Kelly
appealed to
It Johns. Jr. is acting posl-, Carl Johns. H T. Thomas. E T Brooker: Mrs. Joyce Futch. Law. '9 the chairman of the board of ca r TII'1' .
ou.fle! tn I
husband who is employed there. s "plear. -onie .
in
ar.the VI OIK'* 'ih u
muter, succeeding 1F.. Stump, bbull. L. II Gibson and E C Mr and MrD. D Thonia- tey.: L.nne flume Reno. Lincoln directors. He was electl'd'ic!? Both received face tact-rrttu-n it\:11: last mi::ute iusn weeks. ;.j t ., .

who resigned Lat fall Johns Harden. City Water Oak. Mrs T:>!erJoms president in charge of Foreign and minor injuresHallMoncrief: graph

the examination.The were business visitors to Jacksonville Graham Mi '" Kai'i A..dei-: Operations Eastern Hemispherem IU-. ,: .:- .\ .
iowk After a short report on the rast'of iiI.1. '.I.. .
on Friday uf last week .'
son ann M Ir' V\it.: '. Haruv June 1919 and electedexecutive : h. I'lt-rk of "
job pay ( .OjO per year the uniforms purchased by the on t'.rk! ..f r "- 'Li-.I"
Suit l.
Mrs. Mae Wells and Mr- Abbit r -f 'rr the I; ,
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',urt, vice president of the : 1' : -
Six application sought the association and plans for future visitors to the Park :2 day of March, 19JV3.iiU.riM.ie "
which Ilarleyjere ompany in 1951 He is also a Heard In Top Court
adJourned
Hampton pciatmastt-r's job. fund-raising the meeting wan of.the-P..lms Sunday afternoon VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLAKE : the aliecatt"I'.s if la..1
director of the Texas DevelopmentCorporation ( : ):". :t will be t..kti.
92.491. Fourteen were meet on TuesdayFeb as v.-nfs>.s-
persona to
pays again Mrs G W. Roberts has ..! !I"y 'u
examined for the Lavrtey mail carrier 23. at 7.30: pm in the school returned the Arabian American Th.' :juuh-iiiMii-Hsed Ben F Hall '!"hs.:: notice ha'.l ft* puMish.1

poaitlpn that rarries a J3.IW: library to her home after spendinga GENEVAh Oil Company and the Trans- \. J H Moncrief suit went before once each; week fur four oonsrou MONUMENTSLOWEST
week St. tie weeks in the Bradford
in Augustine to be near Count.*
Court Thinsda
baat pay per year. Arabian Pipe Line Co th State Supreme Telegraph

.. ...... her -on. George, who is confined h I., BIlI14 <* ('unninghinil'otmaster Mr Long resides at Irvmgton-' \ yesterday in Tallahassee Dated this 29 daot January PRICES !

Zb ampa-bound hhA to a hospital there as the result on-Hudson. N. Y. with hw wiff I for oral argument. i 1053 ,

'Silver Chalice' Top of an automobile accident Fnend.cof AAAAAAAAAAAA Ida M.AAAAAAAAAA Gentl is ml I:. and three daughters. He is a > The suit is more than four years OFFICIALSEAL) Char!. !..s .\. Party FINEST QUALITY !
To Witness Y j .
t'lertt .
Boys it 1/ < .
the m u ; <
Choice Local family are glad to know Jacksonville for medical treatment 1 grandson of Mrs! S E Brownlee 'old Attorneys for both partitE ly Marian L. Croty. lvput n< .ur..rKi No Extia Charge

Among Florida State Fair that he is much improved and i i- Her man> lends wish fort'i of StarkeTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT do not know when the ca..oe'jll i 1 30 41 2 -_'c' For Setting In Or Near

Readers Says Library continuing to improve at this I 'orPlete'reco't'r be finally: decided.
her a ( : ji j MHHI: .11 trrr\n
Some 26 members of the 15HSihapter writing. i Donnie Fors\the. a student ir. i ii I H Ul is asking for the balance of j Iin Circuit I'our Hra.U,nl (...unl. STARKEWrite

'The Silver Chalice" by Thomas of Future Farmer of Various churches of the New |:! till-in job he claims was made ,I 1'l.irtiln: In 4 kanrrry.
Melrose School. had 1 1l-i.-rt
the Kin.
i! High misfortune h. I'l.iin' \< \ |;i, ,;i.I, ,
B Coatain, is th. most popular America will attend the Florida River Association united in a to fall and stnke hi- 1 BRADFORDHIGH I'u.th.t Monrnef back in 1918 1! Firh !I'. t. nil.i'i-. i-. .. :N. "i ii(
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book being circulated in the I'ub- State Fair in Tampa Saturday. Sunday School Rally at the First ; mouth against a chair while wrtstling ; The job was let under an oral ,, Nollrr Toliii!I"h.iril\ipmr Fill :' II lIi l- ,

,lit Library of Starke. announced Feb 7. and participate in the Future Baptist Church here last week with a friend in his home He tgreennt and the two men disagreed -' < in V .1 4| atltlrt ss ,- I nkiii'un
j V"iir .
librarian. Farmer festivities This meeting was quite a success 4J then a- hfiib> 1..Ifll.t ti..i: a
M ra. Jeannette Young Day broke two front teeth off and injured ] :as to its terms Since suit for

The Public Library I ls open each. \'. R Ferguson. advisor to the and much enjoyed ball his mouth dental! It has bounded from one Brad. I In\i-r
requiring h.i. lit-. For Free
ii filtd! .. Folder
LIGHTS .1 1< inst \ 'il ,
day from 1 pm. to 5:30: p m. except ... group. said the boys will entei :, who attended.On treatments. !Ion County court to another until aht.fliiii.d t'.un an-l <."iis ill(. in.l th '
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Thurs1a>'s and Sundays. their bull that was given to then TueJay afternoon of last Shopping in I'alatka last Friday -1 'L it \\'8sent; to the Supreme >''''U ..'-,' eniiir..l t.. ....n.. a "[' ofto ATLANTIC MEMORIALS
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I anu tI-: ir I.I.IIIIK
Other popular books read by ,, by Sears Roebuck & Co. we' -k, Mrs. H f:. Priest entertained were Mrs R Forsythe. Mrs I Hy Brenda BradfordAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I. Court last August. I 1 ltlaint "ii tlu- I'lamtiffs! t M'.I'\hi"i" ISTA IISKO i 30

2.181 Public Library with bridal shower II I for the Hall Za. h II I 11. nti\\ -. '.n'. 1.\11' t,
StarkeitH1 a for Mrs. Attorneys plaintiff
The will form of the,
boys part V Carlson! and Mrs B. Cunning IIud.I.1-I i : I ;. -. T x II- h-s I'd its fOMST ST.
card holders are: 7 000 other FFA members: throughout Edward L..Massev. Seventeen' I ham. are A J. Thomas. Jr. Countyi 1 1..1\., til I' ., i 'V fr., i. jACHSONVIUf

"Steamboat Gothic" by Frances : guests were present to the Everyone one at B H S (II Service Officer and Williams Ih. 'I.- "I. I I't t Ir ,.,-i FIOIIOA
the state who will attend the enjoy Mr and Mrs Leonard Hamm i I I. j, ., \1(l' _
I'arklnson Keyes; "The Giant" by 'Tampa I Fair.Members ,' part MrMa '
and family are now living in Pa !_ ____ __
Kdna Ferber; and "Kast of EJen" Mjs3 Eloise Dixon. received quitea s glad that exams are over. Report -: is composed of Hal Y A-
I will judge beet: and latka. Their many friend regiet j
by John Steinbeck. 1 dairy cattle and jiMgf exhibits {, number of useful and attractive having them leave here Mr cards will be issued this i j Mames of Lake Butler and T A ;I ,

urged citizens tc gifts which for Monday, so you parents can notea Yawn. newly-installed count
Mrs. Young Other activities slated during the weie opened Hamm is a longtin employee SPECIAL
of the many guests to Delicious refieshments half year of progress. No doubt. i
take advantage include the see i judge
day watching autirj of the Hudson Pulp & Paper Co ,
books available to of ice-cream the rest of the school term will
hundreds of races appearing on television and, and cake were Mrs. J Norwjck and childrenand ,

readers. | radio program! and free reIgn of, served Miss Evelyn Wan en was Clyde Austin and family otJacksonville ;just fly by and before you knowt I New Upholstery Shop : 9 Piece
we'll be
co-hoste. talking about the ,
the midway ** with Mrs Priest and prom.

ELECTRICAL assisted her in caring for the their patents spent the J. Sunday Austins with :he banquet and the graduation ; Opening Up Here : ,,


Hospital Admissions guests. Mrs J. Beezer' and son Loui exercises New'
: George Skipper and Oscai i BED ROOM
Appliance Repairs The home of Mrs Elite Miner --
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of I'llnxutawne Pa. and daugh
upholster
114 COURT ST. Lewis Mann. Starke; Mrs. Leon was also the scene of a bridal! ter. Mrs H Bairett of Pittsburgh. !. This week B H. S. made a lot some are opening an '

I party on of last week of plans for the "Dr. :\liddlt>ton shop in the Lex Gren building .' ,
Saturday
Group
Norman. Rt 2. Starke Mrs. J. '
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lU\e Your lUdio and TV Kepaiml when a of ladies Pa. arrived here Monday Aftei Day" celebration The band wasi I at the corner of Court and Jefferson Phone SO Starke, Fla. |
E. Strickland Raiford Carolyn group enteita'med -
| ; short Mrs Barrett will _
t"f'f" a stay return Streets.I I as apses eee.e.e.eee.e-.r- ,
A ItraiionatIe '
At
I with a shower for Mi-s Ada highlight of the parade as usual.
iRriffis. Rt. 2. Starke: Mrs. De\Vitt
to her home while Mi> feee- I'f'sj.
been
( I Mr. N'ewsome nas a
Quick. Efficient Smlr* 'I Fiwaidjj a former' lesideiit of Also representing the high !school
Crws, Starke, Mrs. Winn
Lynn
zer and Louis will the rest t! Mr
spend dent of Starke for 40 y-ais
I I.atf'Y who is in were the Science Club the library Was 159.95 -- Sale Price 130.95
THY I'S 'Staike; Mrs J A. Andrews Rt. now living JackltVille of the umtei ht're"ith Mrs. Bee I Skipper has been heie for the ,
2. Starke: Mrs Merle O'Steen. Rt. <( Miss Edwards received club and the faculty I
ALL WORK (il'AKAMKKI: : ) zi-r's; hi-'ithet' H. Lucas I past 13 months, during which
nice -- I BED) 1 VAMTV STOOl.
I. Starke. Lobby Vlacos Ilrook- man gifts including a quitea the upholstery
he
operated
OUR NEW HOURS er. Patricia Sapp. Rt 1. Lawtey. few pieces of china and silverware ''TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlLONG The Student Council is. slowly! '!j' time department for Charles C Shep-- 1 VANITY srilINKS;

HAilA.I.:\ TO 6 I'.M. Mrs. Ida Jones, Graham; and Mr. in her chosen pattern. Co. but !surely advancing on their I I-CHEST MATTHESS

A L. Rehberg Earlton Beach. hostesses with Mrs Miner and assisting BRANCH $100 debt. They have already i I herd. _ 1-HKI) SI'HE.nPII.I.OWS!

her in entertaining were raised $3169 by selling refreshments '\oTirr. 10 tiM'F.ut ,

MrJ >ve Futch. Mrs II C. Kelley -I' l>>' :\1 r... .J. I. StricklandAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA at the basketball games. .! Kliirliln In Irrnll: In Court('hnnrrrt.Max llrnilford- County.

I dt iM'p .Am. 1E..( rl 'IDX): ami Mrs Fred Mooie. He-1: The group is planning a big party |I| I Reichbach Plaintiff. vs Esther ;

freshments of cake and ice-cream j for Saturday. February 11. tc : Reichbach. Defendant

\\'."'eserwd at the close of thupait .* Mrs C (' Field our daughter- celebrate St Valentine's Day in a I Case No 06 Ifllce ,

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIMATTRESSES TTTTTT FOli UKNT) Oeiiiablt mm m, tOut' nf town guests' attend- in-law and\ her mother Mrs Scott big way and also to raise a little ',, To \|>|'.*'-
whose
I) (inhheil) apar meni :N..; u Liu- To: Esther Reichbach.
f thin hi ate Kiecti 1.11'hl'1I Jig included Mi-s Edward's moth- from Jacksonville spent Sunday money. : and address is: Unknown
rnk [ti'.'' K ailitl i tail at < all SI. t-r and sisters.!' MrsV. H. Edwards -- i residence
KINDS
OF ALL .. aftt'l noon with us. ,
ii \>\ff I milf i" my MKH >.1Io.ft .
RENOVATEDFURNITURE suitnt r..ud Mr. '.trl Vun Miss Lou Etlwanis. and \'. T. M Knight and daughter The night of the party the : .. th.it a

Apurtinent. Kt I Ilux 2-C. tf Mrs. Rex Mixon all of Jacksonville Jeanette. called on us Saturday "Sweetheart of B. H. S" will be i You fur are hereby notifi l I

1 J. Foil IIST-T\\o room rahin. lUth I and Mrs P. D. Reddish' of afternoon! for a short time. crowned. She will be chosen by I I I s'nt Divorceha

fi refriKfriilor. hot water. KX heat: Staike. those who attend the party from fil<*d again von In thiabove -
been
Hlul I it. .. I'lnelltllht <'al -. We had prayer meeting at our an"
i \ >inKe Court and cause ,
lJ 111 HiKhw I'hnne IT II A. M P.lanchard. one of Iiw1 the "Club'alt'ntines". Nine club named of
) -.ti n< house Wedneoday night and ha? I are required to serve a copY ,
11. Up 1/30: 1: let's senior citizens both as tc a larger crowd than usual presentRev ; will choose a girl they wish tc you your answer or pleadi'ifrs. Plaln'lffAttorney to th' ,

.\ \\ SI I N't. :if. 1 tleiiiM.il: carpentry work 1! age and years of residence in the W D. Jones from Green Cove i sponsor in the contest and she ;complaint on Zach the H Douglas All

KruphoUteml and .1 191 < .linnet making. also painting, 1! community observed his 90th will represent' them as their "Club \ ou Need For
i'rus with as well a? Building. Jacksonville. .
.tll.l r. panvi rk to sun Springs was us 505 Lynch .
IteflnUhed ) ,ui PUrr l',.iitait I' 1.. Ut-ntuu bit tM3Y last Sunday at his home.A quite a few from our own community Valentine" In addition to the I Florida I .4. _.:5- Your Bedroom
.' "' i.tL l><'!l.\ii\i :'t.irktFla. .
the entertainment I '
HASTINGS MATTKKSS CO.llox few close colorful -
neighbors and friendsi '; crowning .. II. fr' "r '
::U' I 111 We really had a'ery .,n.I'I.: 1. K "
%30 Talatka. us.AAAAALLLAALAAAAAAALA4A.Lt. :i were dinner guests at the Blanchard will include cake walks .
good service. We invite all whc I --f--- .. Similar to ub.ve: picture:
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It'i; :SI.IT.: .. 'Ihd i I ItialUi. Iuggigi- -
I 4 \ ? .birfllth 4 f,,ol home on Saturday evening will attend every Wednesday nightas broom dances and many many I

I..'T J. It IMIOH. ill tiKlit -.,10"'q'| tliir.,H,> 1'ru-f and a number of others called that is our tegular time for other activities to make it a delightful \ S\1 I\I.L nO\\ \ PAY.MK.NT: WILL IKLIEH: THIS
iirj I Setl > i. \\Vflil- 'hii-t-
III% II".. 101 IIc.1.IE at the day. to evening.The rpiiII
during Sunday. extend
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.* M IIOUS I.n t'.ill I' .n"" -. "hristnn St n iTt'ar prayer meeting here at our residence -- TO VOl K HOME. COME I IN TOD.U
-'I\U'I-!' :!' congratulations and good
We have the.!*' services here
.
I.h.. o.t...illr Kurilrd.:..... KrldKOU ...d.aUr. ..,. > \1.KSM\N I : WANTKlt What ar.iui .. ;' wishes Mii Arthurine Blanchard so mv parents can attend. the) Council also plans to 'p"n I Lw-- ____t- _______I- L_ _.____
> plans for 1953 A R.ioil was home for the weekend with I sor a "Student Day" now that
.... unable to attend anywhere
ii\\l>IKh r.ii-ii'f l I. hard t. are
: II: TUB WlHiKT- :HO.
her father and sister and Mrs. For one whole Fri. Sat.-Jan.
.. are over
lOt Knurm.dWJJing Invitations lie.it 4 >i>enniK in nrarl> li *hT\ el'e. exams I ,
..n fine raic-r.mtrnt i>apr.nly \\ rat.- :it nt-> t.< KauleiKho' lpt Nell Housley who is a niece of day members of the !senior classwill
,, 1 $U U llr .lf.rj County FVA-JTU: ::.I. M.-int'lttTenn If any of you will come any DOUBLE FEATURE -
If t:", i Mr Blanchard was a dinner gue.it take over the positions of the -
T..I".rr.ph_ other night in the week except I

FOIl SALK II aer-I phi shark. 3.mil. .I, l-'on IUSTflr.... tvelx furnihe.| ,.on Sunday. Wednesday or Thursday nights high school faculty members plu-' BIG JIM McLAIN NOTICEEt'Q'

.... .outh <>f Starkf ,>n K-> st..n-t :3 lM*.k. fi.nt ..11...;. we will be glad to have Mr Partin. :Mr Gibson. and :Mrs .
Heights hiKliw.t, ) Maki* ni- an .t- tVntral h. .u I'h'ine) ""T. Mri. K: i- TIIVNK \ 01' pra'ermt'eting Moore. During that time the \\ ilk Nancy OK"n and ..lame
trr A J. Thomas. Jr.. Agent j Paid_U.-hg: here then Thursday nightis
t.'hit 1 '30MKN teachers will turn over all responsibilities Arne>sAND
TIS'IUS oF l.ANlt: and h..u-.r. We wish to thank each and our prayer meeting at the Mission

AM) \\OMKX ran make .,..tt1 I i nnrth-northw ,,f l' lar.... About evenone who gave so generouslyto tent and we do not wish tc to the seniors chosen tc
ttnif bunking ." .I'rot $::,iio Will finish It. Will ....11) fol take their places and again become -
l1'Ifl.-,\-nutating I'Mrr oi.-h-lilf. name", $7.100:: I '..u'-tl.i 1.. K'r""\ 1:1. us in the loss of our horn We interfere with it I say again that who in BradI
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plairhat SIIINK AT XITK f..r .'. Stark' FU i'ip ural mall box?*, door pUte.. .1 .' ...'l .\ 1'.1\ ". i !t.. hFU I co-operates and takes his part I I ford ('ount .. Tlorida should) file a Tax Return and
H-'Usr Number Icr..n.- want-. _4'j ? IJ; man for the: lovely shower on Jan I j home of the old or to those whc
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,n,' No *ln\r tmmt or t-elling fl -- :23! Mr aui Mrs JV Alvarez i are sick and unable to attend seriously this will be a' day for I \\ Ith \\ hip UlNon and Fiu/\ I apply) for Homestead: Exemptions with the County
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>. ...<*inr required It s a |>l4%ant \D10S 1t.l .\IREn all of us to remember
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