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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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y n Coroner's Jury Inquires Into Pistol Co. Commission Censure SRD Member




Slaying Sunday Of Clarence Starling For 'False' Statement About Johns' Rd.


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A six man coroner's Jury was scheduled to meet yesterday Bradford's Board of County Commi:-\lnl'r.: unammot.xpasMii : \

afternoon (Thursday) at the County Courhous-t to determine a resolution denying statement made in State Roa.
C1z
i hmv Clarence Starling, 41, a sawmill worker. way i Department Member Earl P. Powers, claiming the commi-

rx killed at his former wife's juke joint at Hampton Rd. and sion told him that the Le-ner Johns Hoad was never \\ :mt t','

: t'. S. 301. six miles outh of Starke last; Sunday night. and that it was a "private road" built for Sen Charley !F

za i County Judge T A. Yawn will ; Johns' brother

i preside over :the which wIll
inquest me resolution was offered .
determine whether or not the Bottom Dollar
I)[i Commission member Carl" Tiovatt
hooting was a criminal act I County Taxes
.
seconded bMrs Je..
Sheriff P D Reddish took the Reaches BottomThe I I Chastam
jur)" to view the body and scene of II II Total $124,000Tax and passed unamm.M'!\
l I 1 The action on the resolution w ,
the i
shooting earlier this week
,. fi R Bottom Dollar clothing : 'a highlight of the
monthly 11.day I. "
The juris composed of L. L.
4 t S Conne foreman Earl Edward.. store really hit the bottom over Collations on real! meeting of the Commit,'

Earl Miiea Nat Williams Bob the past weekend estate and personal property in i j I In the resolution the memb.i rI
The fire-sale store was robbed pointed
out that
'
Lester
Demoresl and Ed.vard Phillips I the county-the ad \alorem ( Johns "-
.rii4 of $484.29 in cash some I not Charley E Johns brothel
",, t Ray Cox 25: of Hampton, a II taxes--have totaled $124.20213 **
i time Sunday night, accordingto I the late
Jacksonville shiPYard worker, and Marklev E Johns w w-
,
to date :
according to J. R. Kelly
Sheriff P D. Reddish. Senator
Mrs. Thelma *Peggy) Starling, I Johns' only bnth"rRoad
I County Tax Collector.
Kowitz Brothers of Jacksonville
t'tH'd St> \i-ars
17, have been held in county jail in
connection with the shooting are the owners. Mrs Mar- This does not Include discounts I They also showed that the 1i U>

Cox fired Mrs Starling's .22 ca.!. garet Thomas of Starke is lo- totaling about $4500 i ter Johns road had served' that!

r Sf .I pistol fiw times at Starling as he cal manager. The 2,000 Bradford County Illrl'f r the past 30 )years an.i 1

t broke in Mrs Starlings back door Mrs Thomas discovered the ad valorem taxpayers will rat !therefore it vast't a 'pnvat,

lrht. ,. it the filling station-beer joint loss Monday morning when she about $185.5M in taxes Kelly road

} came to work. The stolen mo- added. The
hear midnight Sunday. resolution said that the
... .. .... '. ... ... .... .... .... Starling was rushed Alachua ney represents the weekends He reminded the taxpayer Lester Johns Rd was placed nits "

General Hospital and died at 4 :02 I receipts said the sheriff's office that payments made in February secondary budget of January

m. of four stomach wounds and, will get a 1 per cent discount 1952 fifth on the list However

t ,: .[ne wrut wound inflicted by the: The thief broke in througha while those paved in i the State Road Department :rove.'

rvr w1 $ gunshots. window in the alley entrance March will not get any dIs- I i the Lester Johns Rd. on to .

:1 Mrs. Starling, her daughter. Mrs side by removing a crossbar count, and April payments will I j primary budget with the Coninus

+ Dorothy Kesler, and Cox had re Nothing else was disturbed be penalized I( sion understanding that the 1A'1t

i burned ,to Mrs Starling's: place ter Johns Rd would definitely

icnown as Peggy's Corner, about 9 '!'come
out of
primary funds
and
I p.m, according to Mrs Starling'sSigned Ervin Tells Young !I City Council Gives not county secondary funds
sheriff's'Officials 'II
T i statement. with the II \ Powers, of Gainesville. 11\1\<1.


s ; riIs I ?Mrs Starling said she knew i) Demos They Must Okay To W.U For hiS 30 in statements reference in to Tallahassee the $49.000 road Jan

I then her husband had been in the I now under constructionThe
place because she discovered two i

whiskey bottles. GOP On Toes Commission BasisThe ':Tallahassee Associated was printed Press story throughout from
1t' Cox then went outside and satin Keep
;! the state. as lend stones in
a car waiting for a bus to takehim
y k to his job in Jacksonville when Speaking before the initial gathering -, City Council gave Western i the Miami Herald. Orlando Morn

Clarence Starling came to the of the Bradford County., Union the go-ahead to put their i mg Sentinel. Tampa Morning
on commission basis rather -! Tribune, and the Florida Tlmes-
front door for his coat Young Democratic Club State's agency a Union

r. (Continued on page eight) Attorney General Richard Ervin than iu present agency setup!
I R III Monday night Said the Democratic: during the bi-monthly meeting The County Commissioners were

yt cifr" Party failed in November "because I Tuesday night. i I Continued on page eight

>. Mother's March the oldsters have fallen down in Held up 15 minutes for lack ot

k their efforts." i j quorum the Council began a three-

Ervin, addressing more than 100 hour session with its chairman, BBS Girl's Boy'sIFives

;, persona: in the Bradford County I James Lewis and veteran member ,
Nets DanceJ02.InJrive
I $568 high school cafeteria at a $1 a plate I*. L. Bridges, missing Both .were l

dinner, said the Young Democrats!1 reported ill I Vs. Callahan

w .r ; Clubs such as the one in Bradford'I The three-man Council then Installed -

r i i $ ) County provides "the stimulus that William T. Jackson as.

i- Democracy and the Democratic, chairman and then heard C. W i': Tonight In Armory

: 4 Party. ,won't die. !r Wheeler of the Western Union!
:: ? The Mfother' Aiarcn -
s of the I "
I He challenged the young people from Tallahassee speak about I
Bradford County March of Dimes I I '
; of the state to keep alive the efforts changing the local agency to After stealing the thunder from
w-t- I effort netted some $563.45, a gainof i I would
of the Democratic Party to commission b .ojis. This the girl's basketball team, BHS'
$239.45 over last year, accord I| mean Koch's Drug Store where the I. boy's
be one of the greatest political parties :i meet the acid test tonight)
i '" !" ing to Mrs. E. B. Tenly Mother's in the nation. !'i agency is now located, would takeit I (Friday) when they take on thehighflying

F March chairman. Ervin, distinguished looking and.' over as part of their business. Callahan High School

I Mrs. Tenly wanted to thank I speaking in a smooth, \'el't't'oice I'i i \\'rutern I'nion Hill Stay I' team

every woman that took part m!: urged individual citizens to take an Wheeler explained under a commission Tipoff it at 7:30 p.m.

last Thursday night's campaign,')i interest in government through organizations -e setup, the populace would I Both the A and B squads tanglein
t .atEi{ it1 to help fight infantile paralysis. I such as the Young i I j get better service because of long- tonight's doubleheader Callahan .

1. Collections by sections were: I Democrats through the community i er hours of operation. The agency has only one loss for the sea

-4 NE Starke. $82.HV; Starke i level and build those organizations! under a commission basis would be I Ii i son a 50-51 setback from BUS

$71.69: SW Starke $61.25; SF He warned the Young Democrats 1 open as long aj the drug store, Next
I
Tuesday
both
night the
Starke $22.45; Kingsley Lake, i that "there is a chance we could Wheeler >aid I'I girls and boy'a teams travel to
Gainesville : drift into totalitarian lie added under a Federal Corn-
$73.25 Jax Hiway $3.50; a state Green Cove
Springs for return'
(I
nunications
Hiway. $675; Blandmg Hi- (Continued on page eight) Commission ruling, games With
Clay County
they would not be able to IIIKhSrhool'
way $11 39. Bessant Rd., $425.; legally
; close the boys and girls in the
Calley Rd $1345: Griffis Loop. agency. I jbeiutiful
Judge Yawn Gets Some persons feared Western Clay High Gymnasium
Keystone Rd. $12.31: Motor
I Still exi'j from last
r. Union was making one more step Frdy
Court $19.26; Brooker 54906: Little Sleep In ;towards closing the outlet here I I night's two breath-taking game
p. Lawte$21.27; and Hampton
| are ardent BUS I
At its last session, the Council supporters
r !: $30. protested closing the office and filed | BUS Coach Harold Ha/HworxJ
Others were: Reno and Lincoln Busy JanuarySome I '
i .
a protect with the FCC ( squeaked past lake
City $3735, Pine Level and Bav- : 36 criminal cases were disposed i Councilman Ewell Lawson moved: Butler 4240. while Coach Bishop*

i \less Hiway, $18.33; New River of on Count Judge T. A. : that the Council retract its protest: girl's squad lost a heartbreaking

t; $1 and Raiford Rd.. $597 I Yawn's January docket, bringing ; with FCC Councilman L. O Hazn one-pointer to fake Butler, :3/141:

---- The 1953 Mother's March goal in $935 35 in fines and forfeitures I seconded the motion A roll call I The girls tried valiantly 1 !" hol.lon

As is usually the .'as e pll' ure: ell the story of an event fa more was found to ,-ontain 1.000 one duuar billS. M Middleton is holding was J500.), and the count mother's according to records in the County ote saw the motion pass ,-vith I to their lead but could only

euqufntly than words can do The ones above have accurately: rl' the tiautifullengraved loving cup: which was also presented to collected $68 45 over the mark Judge's office and the Clerk o' fackson voting no score two points in the final period

.orded the magnitude and enthusiasm of the "IVctor Midaieton Da) him at this time At right: The long line of the parade u seen here'jstretchmg I Dance The March netted of$10219.Dimes: accordingto Birthday Circuit Court. In other Council business, the and saw Lake Butler tie the fore
Forty resident state fishinf (Continued on page eight) with one minute to go.
observance held hen last week : along several blocks of Call Street. County State, and Guy Andrews, general county
licenses were granted by Judge I With 40 seconds left. SUI'RI.rflhr.t
s.1ow Dr. T. 'L- Cason, emimnent Jacksonville City officials In the cars, and organizations displayed banners pro, chairman.
Top photo physician Yawn along with three hunting i!, / a free throw to put Lake

anJ longtime friend of Dr. Middleton, 03 he made the main address: claiming "Happy Birthday, Dr. Middletcn I Canova's table last Saturday licenses 22 out-of-state 14dayfishing Mayor's January i I Butler ahead That was the ball

Third row left: The highly pleased doctor is seen here about toI collected $1958. while 17 check }licenses and two out-of'l II 1 srame It cut the BUS girl.it win
of the day praising the WOI k carried on here by Dr Middleton and | with $18 while merchant
cut the huge birthday cake which was a highlight of the basket lunch-;] came in state persons getting perrranentstate Docket Was Full I I streak at 9 games

by other "country doctors" throughout the land. Seated on platform. eon spread. With him in the picture are (left to right) Mrs. Nelson!', have collected $17. licenses during the first I Mary Fn>ves Hazen, per usual

(rum left to right, are lien Rowland. Worshipful Master of the local Green who baked and decorated the cake; Mrs Leila Mundy. who However the county tabulated school collections bv- month of 1953. Mayor J R Wamw right's I was top !ICrer1th 1* point
not
Masonic Lod:t". who presented Dr MiJJMon with a life membership were Five persons got hunting and I docket for January shows 25 I while Sue Rivers shot in l' markers ,
chairman of the woman's division of the celebration -
!served as general time. but the grand total
certificate at this time Carl Johns City Clerk: Rev T G Mitchell, press fishing license exemption rerti.\\ prisons paved $514 in fines and to lead for the winners
who has the distinctionof : .500
; Mrs Middleton. holding Sally Lawson j was expected to reach the $1
pastor of the First Methodist Church: H P. Morgan. of Public ficates, which exclude personsover costs for breaking the law in After jumping into a 4.0 first
Supt. !
"last' Midaieton 2,000 babies S E. Simmous
the of ir
being ; goal
65 and under 15 from buying Starke rriod lead, the BUS boys kept
Instructions, Dr. MldJleton.; L. F Chapman Supt. of the State Pn on.
arfd Mrs Simmons, who gave able assistance in planning and carrying state licenses. I things under control until the
who ser 'e-l as mater of ceremonies; Mrs Middleton. Mayor J R Eight persons were arrestedfor
;
for the event and Carl Johns, who served Lake Butler GI
out
arrangements ; ail|I I Seven marriage licenses weretaken disorderly conduct seven 01 3anp taut uaqw pound in-ino
Wainwright directly behind Mrs. Mulaieton. and Dr H H
; Adams.
general chairman of the men's division At right: The scene on I I Given High AwardLake out. with six of them acted II for running a red light four a slim margin.
:Watt'at extreme right u veneiable:
exCountyJudge Geo
A. Gardiner Tuesday night Baldwin an.JRUS
South Thompson St. where long tables were set up and soon filled upon for speeding in school zone

who insisted on attending the celebration in spite of the fact with delicious food trom "well filled' baskets. Butler's Capt John W The Florida Highway Patrol two for fighting two for mis- were to have played in Baldwin

that 111 health keeps him confined at home most of the time. Hampton was given a commendation awarded 35 operator's licenses cellaneous traffic violations I' but misunderstanding of the
Fourth row : Two views of Dr. Middleton as he was congratulatedby I
Second row. lett Dr MiJdleton is shown opening "the little blade for meritorious service while while 10 deliquent licenses-overdue and one each for wreckless I contract had both teams going to
eager throngs who surged around the speaker platform following -
serving as an artillery officer in licenseewere received by driving and intoXication. the other's hometown The result
bag which was presented to him by friends and well-\vishen> and the ceremonies. I Bradford County
Korea for nine months. persons in i was cancellation of the game.


. DR. MIDDLETON DAY DECLARED A GREAT SUCCESS I A the citation combat and officer medal by was Col givento R. Bradford County Korea WW II Vets ,j Mrs. Julia Crews. 58, I

I C Roth of Jacksonville's 124th ,
The inscription on the silver cup ing in their happv-go-luckv I Long-Time Resident II
Card Of Thank presented to Dr Middleton from with his wry humor as I Infantry Regiment in the Bradford "

A wise man once said that no Bradford County citizens reads: master of ceremonies on i iI I, County Armory Borrowed $200,000 For VA Homes I Mrs Julia Crews, 'A. long UT i i

Presented to W E Middleton form for officials, while
one ever feels the shortcomings of resident of Starke, died suddenlyJan : ft
yt the language so much as the Citizens MD., for Unselfish of Service to the ment armed forces, and {' Help In Filing Tax In the last two yearS, Bradford ficient to make mortgage pay-i j jments. 29 in Jacksonville following a !
Bradford Countv.. officials sat in the
grateful. I never realized the Count veterans of World War nand .
Florida 1903-1953.:' i Returns Here TodayAny I brief illness i
section.
full meaning of this until last served Korea have taken advantageof The borrower has up to 20 year I j
The streets were lined two and Under a clear sky, with i Interment was held at the B
the Thomas added.
Thursda Even if I were the who would like: some $200,000 worth in veteran to pay for loan
three deep waiting for the parade. brisk wind blowing : I person I Kingsley Lake Sit EIU'
Administration In the most recent of veterans cemetery last
most gifted of w raters, I could j advice in filling out their ins loans from the Veterans group
Then the
I roll-off by high-step crowd lowered their heads
r ti. never make you know the depth I j I come tax return may find it free according to A. J. Thomas. building homes are: JohnS urday. 2
ping red and white clad BUS Band of
ReL. D Haines
of gratitude that is in my heart i of charge in the Bradford County Jr. County Service Officer :( Shuford, Jr. and Clifford L. Mrs Crews, was born in Baker
signaled the approach of the Church of Starke ; I i ''' F
Baptist Rd
that of wife for the With this 20 different'homes Currie on the Lake Butler :
and my '! Court House Friday (today) money. County in 1894. She was a member !
parade first the Dr Middleton
on with the \
the
wonderful tribute paid to us on program 8)I, ||I Feb. 6. have been built or are now Victor Frees in the Pinehurst Sub-t
Day" festivities of the Gospel Tabernacle of
Clerk Carl Johns
-Dr Middleton Day". January 29 City A representative of the Inter- under construction for veterans division; Olin W White Jr., near i

I am sure that few men are priviledged I Preceding the smartly marching a short speech praising j nal Revenue Service will be onI and their families. the schoolhouse; Herbert Green Starke and the WCTU. I

as I, to be shown during band was Dr. Middleton and Mrs dleton. : I hand from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, Friday Five veterans have applications and Inman Green on the Raiford I Surviving are one *on, Marion

Middleton in the lead car then After a snappy number j to aid interested persons for the veteran residence Rd, Jarre!! O Gay on the Camp i, Crawford and two daughte.*.
endente relatives, members of city (county BHS Band. Dr Thomas G and Charles J.1''.:
Rd .
I March 15. 1953 is the deadline loans pending Thon.as said. Blandmg 'Mrs. Melvin Gatlin, and Mrs
T3 rz and state bodies, the Boy and of the First Methodist West MoreUnd St.
G--a? Realizing how much work and Cub ; for persons who have earned A loan upwards to $10.000 may Schaefer on |I I Geneva Wahlon all of Stake
Scouts, the !
American how Dr.
told
: -1 must into an Legion Stsrke. I more than $600 during 1952 to Mr Thomas \\'amed'ettrans to i
a preparation go veteran of either
'unit, and other of such fine be acquired by a : : One sister Mrs. Polly Lam-rare
undertaking of this kind makes many scores had been a I file the income tax return. he has been take notice that after April 1.
if
! me all the more humble and appreciative. cars and floats in the parade.Dr. as well as a doctor. Dr. No refunds will be alotted unless of the two wars and quailfies | there would be fewer bass avsit-i!:I and brother. John Wright, both ofJickonville
Middleton Day was off to a the continous honorably discharged E
praised a person files return announced .
Thank you again and a loan. able because of a .'t'fAtff: money -
I colorful start.SuperintenJent. notion of Dr Middleton the Director of the Internal I for the I
again, i' I in the loan fund on I r\stt.an.I J T Quigley officiated' 1 at theservices
: of. the State Methodist church. Revenue I Such qualifications are a good I I,
W. E. [ dJleton, 11 D.
Prison Chapman kept things go- (Continued on page credit record, and income suf- wide basis for MM Crews



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E i TELEGRAPH( VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER EDITOR bL II. Futrh i UUVIW Mrs. Bonnie.W..UVJ.MrKinner BEST FOOD BUYS OF THE WEEK !


MASTHEAD IW .juU: Bud Williams. J. S. C.a1lfcGt'orge Lee
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!1 OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER and E P Irjdee of -
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The Lawtey City Council met -- -
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_ FrW.y: -and rot.ml a. ...-*and da-matter ,t the IW Office at htarke. Flori-fc. under m regular session last Monday I Spring Hope. N. C were visiting '\ """""- 'a41._ -
1'ubll+hed every 1 I
UM Art of March 3. 1879. everang All members of the I I E. L. Lester of Brooker and G.I 'Til.'nuETTY
Council were present Several W. Rivers of Graham last week

MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION .... MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION:items of business were discussedbut I end. tl tt
Mr and Mrs Earl Starling and
no permanent action of any :
I The Transmission Of Power"It importance was taken. L S. Km.i I son of Gainesville were supper ::
Orderly
nebrew and Mr. Nealey were prt's-I guests of his :mother Mrs Kate

ent and discussed the rail road;Starling Thursday night
to
couldn't have happened anyplace else mission of power in Washington must go
hazards with the council I Marvin Garner who 13 In UvNavy
President Truman. Joseph C. Har>xh, in hi : crossing I
in the world. but the council asked fr-r mere; and stationed in Norfolk
Mr
That is the way Life Magazine describedthe "Affairs of :\ation;; column says that time to consider any change. I Va. is now visiting his parents. ,. wM fMl

simple yet awe-inspiring incidents of last Truman "made the most extensive arrangements Misses Gene and Judy Holcomb I Mr. and Mrs E. Garner and is in
in American history for the orderly at Green Cove / ,,._.
week in Washington by means of which "the and Don Holcomb of Jacksonvillewere training SpringsMr. /"/;

transmission of the greatest responsible power transition of power from the hands of his attending Sunday School in I and Mrs. Frank Mattes of Quantity Rights Reserved .. -
those of his I Prices (.nut! Thru sar I'oh
in history was accomplished peacefullyand own administration to successor. Lawtey last Sunday. I Jacksonville spent the weekend

in a way unique in the annals of the re- "In doing this," says Mr. Harsch, "Mr. Mrs. J. M. Browning, and David I with Mrs. Marttes parents, Mr
Truman, either consciously or :,subconsciou: y, Browning who ar-> attending and Mrs P. Vicare Mr Vie re 152 Call
public. underlining the greatest single elementof school in Gainesville. Mrs Browning : also had as his guest Miss Marv I Street
was
The remarkable thing about all this wasthe inner strength in the western system of at the Universe; and son : Vicare his daughterMrs.

orderly, harmonious way in which this government and the one element which distinguishes -,David at the P. K. Yongo School' Clyde Odom: of Brandford Slarke, Florida
shift of control took place "All through the from government spent the weekend .it their home spent her birthday, Sunday with
ages mankind's greatest problem has been : it most sharply here. I her daughter Mrs Jt-nnrng Star ...
and practiced in authoritarianpart :;:::-1 W
the transmission of power whether it he 'conceived; Jack Wainwright wiio I Is sta- ling. Mr. Earl Od m, and Mr .

from savage chieftain to chief, faction to of the world. tioned at Fort Jackson. S. C. spent I Ottis Odom and their families all -- -
"The of the orderly succession several here wita his of Branford.
of anointed kings very process days parents
faction, or in the succession SWIFT'S Famous Shortening
is the highest single achievement of during this week. I Mrs. Ida James returned home
Too often, as history's bloodiest -
and emperors.( political man," says Mr. Harsch. "It i is the: Mr and Mrs. CSradv Kelly o7' Saturday from the Doctor's Clime Lb Can c
pages attest! it has been accomplished by I but 6 7
liberated mankind from Tallahassee were the overnight :and seems to be improving
which has
assassination, revolution, bribery, terror, practice guests of Mr. and Mrs II Mr. Carl James is still fiere JEWEL aP
civil the of acheiving a trans- C'J
war as means
and torture." re.11-1 Kelly Thursday of last week I Mr. and Mrs \'. L. McKmnev of
.
of rules to another. To
Literally half of the nation, thanks to the fer from one set Mr and Mrs. Roy Tonilmsnn; and I Brooksrille spent the week with
this peaceful and ize how recently civil war was the only means' family of New River vi-re visiting his parents. Mr and Mrs J hnlcKinnt'y.
wonders of television, saw j I
harmonious transfer of power take place. Al- of effecting a transfer even in the most friends in Lawtey last Sunday: I .
modern countries and to note how many afternoon. Mrs. Leon Wynn and daughters
doubtless heard the new President : FAB-U-LOUS
most as many countries: in the world still find it to be the Members of the Fred Moore I Pat and Gene, are better of flu GOLD MEDAL
of
his first State
address: Congress in : the EJwanlv Also Leon Wynn returned ho-r.c:
only method is to be able to see the real family attended i
the I'nion address Tuesday. in I Reddish wedding m Jacksonvillelast I last Monday afternoon niter two'
the inauguration ceremonies
The President's inaugural address, with meaning lof Sunday afternoon. Little JlissRena !.l weeks in the hospital wIth Ii FLOUR FAB

its strong internationalist tone, was warmly, Washington. Moore served as flower girl. broken leg ,icn
This writer thinks that ability for an York
throughoutmost our Ernest Wells who IS a student Miss Julie Tobie of New
approved
almost unanimously
all orderly, peaceful transmission of power is at Florida Southern College, Lakeland and Mr J R Griffis ..f Stark
Tin's by
of the world. : approval. except -
the inner strength of democracy, and visited his mother here for were married in Starke Saturday
the Iron Curtain countries, i is proof of great 5Lb Large Box
something that the Russians have not yet: several days during the Mid-Term afternoon 49C 10Lb93C L I IO'SACE
the free world's satisfaction and relief to be
achieved. There never has been a transfer of vacation at the College
assured! that Washington will not abdicate Mrs Effie Miner M-s II C RelieveBronchitis
power in Moscow: that did not invoke enormous How To
the leadership that history has thrust on Wainwright. Mrs. Paul Duik'rrand
internal tension and difficulties _
America, nor basically change the direction Mrs A. H. Hirlox were in '..-_ ,- __.. _'_ __ ... _d/
Harsch pointed out.
of American foreign j olicy as practiced by Bayless Section last week attending
l oth Roosevelt and Truman. As Britain's So. although the inauguration ceremonies the Annual H rue Demonstration -
:
Liberal "Manchester Guardian" put it "the might have eemed somewhat unexcitihg to Council I Creomulsion into relieves the bronchial promptly system becauseit to DessertPEACHES

speech showed no sign i that the United States the vast television audience, it was in this Mr and Mrs. H C K. 1Uluti help goes loosen and expel germ laden No. 2 ICan
under :Mr. Eisenhower would fall back into vat tranquility that the great significanceof son Wendell attended the annual phlegm and aid nature to soothe and S 21
Red11'hdeStores bronchial
convention of the heal raw, tender inflamed
the inert defen-vs of a circumscribed citadel I. the ceremonies: lay. It should be remembered held in Mayf'owor ihto l in membranes. Guaranteed to please you

which was .so attractive a war or two aim however that the television screen Jacksonville last S'liulav or money refunded. Creomulsion has
stood the test of millions of users.
to some of the leading( members of his (the was depicting a scene that as Life proclaimed Mr and! Mrs Joe Shuf .ri 'mdon TROPICAL

Republican narty" "couldn't. 1:ave happened' anywhere else '> of St Augustine were visiting CREOMULSIONlehevts Brand C

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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1955 BRADFORD: OOUXTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKE.' FLORIDA
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I Sunday. the Revival :Mettirg at Wood- l,. u..a Bre':.k'<. Dtfendaat. ; 1-!.F : L '';.P''!t.tTP! .N F' sal :'
Alan's sixth birthday Nc. ,i,! ,:f, ; ; 'sr. : ic: \' S'A! i'rtr:. 1t'lrra
Case : .n 's J.\Yt:: I'i.!-> t .. :
,
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they motored to Jupt'r1S1t lawn Baptist Church.Mr Satire T. A._rs .1. l..t..ndanl. I.rail'< '1' -.- >- T-- .-:. .1.4 .!, UiTXKSS: : :. ..1..' ,\: d ..ff ..I ..f C.rt.. t f.r.IJ'rJ .. I
; ,. '
To: Louisa Brookes, whose residence ., . -.it'j \'rI'.1 ''If.:, .'
their aunt Mrs Grace Harrell. and Mrs Z. T. Myrick and ORDER op rrrucATioN! AND r. \ }' :;1.' .F :
BROOKER and address is: c'o John D NOTICE TU APPEAR II. J. ''' i ; : : : I
Mr and Mrs. Walter Sibey.! of sons Z T. Jr. and Bobby cf f'Flyna. PU.nvlew. Hlcksvllle.\ L. I. i THE STATE
-'F t.l.I 'I hiPA. to
Winter Haven spent Friday and N. T. James Pi kie.. Marguerite E Parr
Keystone Heights were visitingher
Grace G. RiehamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. ., Saturday night with )1and suit YV-U for are hereby notred, that a Anna Franklin Lee J..rdan.Ibert Pace. lUry j. H.Mitoheii.Mitchell. Add

I. Edwards on Sunday. .; Mrs Robert Myrick ar.d the H. i Dlrorce and farther relief the Franklin Jordan Jr. Louis I zest to food.
hal been filed against you in
I
Fleming if alive, and the unknown
Mother March j! Mrs. Ralph Hazen was a Sun- I;i M. McRaea. They left Sunday uxjve named Court and cause and spouse of each of them if alive, and .
of
morning to visit their mother, you are required to serve a copy if any of them be dead to the un-
home Mr
Brooker Mothers' day visitor at the of the
March on pleading to I
answer or
your known
I
.
Polio last I: and Mrs L. 0 Hazen in Starke. Mrs. Sue J'yrick at Lake Geneva. complaint on the Plaintiff c spouse heirs devise
Thuraday In a house-to- Jfrantees legatees, assignees. creditors r
i Mrs. Rosa Pinholster and Mr 1 The State Council meeting c? Attorney William D. Morgan aid other claimants b}. have Coke with meals
rouse Jeksonville.
; canvass resulted in collections iI I SAT. Clark Building i through under or against each and a
of 119.06. I I and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins of N'-ew i the Home Demonstration Club }Florida office of e\It'ry of the above named person> ti
In the
and file the original
;
who is
met at the home of Mrs. H. M. deceased to the' unknown
Mrs. James W Thomas, chairman River spent the weekend in Jacksonville I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I heirs, devisee, grantees, creditor r

e was assisted by Mrs. Howard visiting Mr and Mrs. Guy !.! McRaes on Tuesday of last week. .'ur before the and other claimants by. through. un- --..
ISSJ
Douglas Mrs. U'ilaon Green Mrs. I! Pinholster: I I Those present for this meeting i'otherwise II day the cf February allegations of; said II der deceased.!or against George each L. Margaret Pace deceased Pace. Coca-Cola is; :a distinctive ml' -tin1t.' Ivverage. 'ki &"

:I were Miss Ethyl Hollou-ay. Tallahassee -ompUlnt will be taken as confessed aid George E ,
Aubrey Hazen. Mn. Ruanell Pin- Sunday visitors at the home of I by j Pace deceased. i

nolster. Mrs. M. O. Harrell. lire.Lloyd Mr and Mrs. Evan Hodge were.; Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr.. This you.notice shall te publishedonce :ling and to any all interest persons in having the following or claim- I More ai.d more: restaurants :are serving Coke \
[ H C Wainwright. Mrs. O. each week for four consecutive described
Mrs lands ,
daughter and husband, the Carl situate in Bradford
Barry and Mrs. Earl Cr Tele
I
< I'. T. A. M<..tlajr Edwards of Gainesville. i; L' Dinkins Sr., of Lawtey; Mrs. j rraph. County Florida to-wit: with food. Next time you're eating out
| Dated this 14 day of January. 151 Beginning at the point of the intersection \ \
Mrs. A. W. Mc
Warner .
Seems as if the Influenza "bug"has I H. F. : of
The the line
Darby southerly
regular meeting! of the (OFFlI.ULSEAL) Charles A. \.

Broker I*. T. A. was held last really hit our community. I I Lean. Mrs. Ruth Hammond. Miss Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Deputy Circuit Clerk.CourtLy I of with Center the westerly Street (line as extended of State) say, "I'll have a Coke." .

Thursday night in the school cafe- This week we add to our already Eva Naz-AOrth, Mrs. Mary Dyal. i/ie 4t :/6 Road 200 las now widened by fI

lena with the long list. Mr. and Mrs Tom Mar- i[ all of Hampton; Mrs. Rose Pin I additional *right of way and be- I I II
president, Mrs. I TO \\ 110\1 IT M\Y CONCF-IIV ing also I S. Highway Sol and
Howard Wait presiding.Mr I key. Big and little Polly Wait. I holster and Mrs. Grace Bigham of TAKE NOTICE THAT a I9U Ford I Temple\.t'nut' ) in the City of
Brooker and Mrs. Effie Miner of Sedan. Jngineumbtr: 9SHA 10S154. Starke Florida FOR A POINT
Hazel Harrell and little Dickie I : I
Harmon ..
Morgan County with an appraised value of less than OF BEGINNING: thence run
school Superintendent, was the Davis. : Lawtey and Heilbronn ; Mrs. T 11,0000. was seized in Bradford I I North 88 degrees 7 minutes West I :; iI
Miss Rosa Lee Moore. I'ounty, Florida, on November 7, I I
Kueat of the evening, and held a Among those from Brooker attending N'orrr.an.. 152. for violation of Chapter 5&:, i Center I

panel discussion on the school) I the W. M. U Ai5OCia-1; Mrs. Lois M. Cox Mrs. Helen Florida Statutes 1S41. as amended feet to a concrete P R.M.. thencerun
i Mrs Howard Weest Broo and that it is the intent of John E." South 1 degree; 34 minutes L-- %.
nerds. tional meeting at Raiford Baptist I Sap; Montgomery Director* of the stateBeverage West for a distance of 120 feet to ,j

At the close of tae business Church on Monday were: Rev and for and Mrs. T. J. Alderman of ; Department of Florida, to a concrete P.RM. thence run I
sea- the I South is degrees 7 minutes East
retain aid property for use by i
ion refreshments were served to Mrs S. F. Beard. Mrs. Wilson : Sunn)brook were Mrs Floyd I State Beverage Department of Florida -I(I for a distance of 5.01: feet to I i -

In- Mrs I Green and daughters Mr. Howard Crosby Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Mrs. I on February 9. 1953. as is pro-I!' the' westerly line of raid State I MEN -
J W.
group by Thomas.
I for in Section 562.39. Florida Road :200.! which is marked by a
Mrs M O. Harrell. Mrs Dons I Douglas; and children. Mrs M. 0 Isis Newman, Mrs. Russell Isided f I', :Statutes: IJ41. as amended. I concrete PHM. thence runnortherly I

K-llv and Harn-ll. Miss Louberiia I'inholster.l i Thomas. Mrs. L. A. .Crosby Mrs. All persons claiming any rights along the said Wester-
W. !
Mrs. B MizH
I I ly line
I or interest In or to said property or I of State Road 200 for a
Mrs l.lod Mrs O J Molt i!i B. M. McRae. Mrs. J. W. McRae. distance i
Mrs Olga Prevail was the Dyal. .any part thereof are hereby required of 124.':2 feet, to said 1
guest of honor and M>n. Mrs Eugene Crosby ;and ;i and Mrs. Howard Weest. Brook- to appear and to make claim Poi-it of Beginning: ALSO, beginning .+.
the
and
recipient I I at the intersection or
within thirty (%0) days from the I
,f many useful gifts at a house- : Mis J Mrs. Sue provided by II :Z:"0 (a" n..w' widened by additional -
Hon Jacksonville, and of this notice as 18
arming held at her honre lastunlav : Seilion 562 39.! Florida Statutes. 19U.I right of way) with the norh- /
afternoon Hostesses for vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv Myrick of Lake Geneva. as amended to the State Beverage I 1 uly line of Center Street (as es-

Some of the people have at- I Department of Florida. Tallahassee I I tended in the City of Starke. \ I. !
ne affair I 1 J ;
were Mrs. I'.eddie Florida, or all such rights and Inttrelit Florida thence run North !88 degrees -
ti-nded the Revival Meeting at I 7 minutes! West th.
',",.rIV. Mrs Est.-lle Tilleman LEVEL in and to said property shall along '
Church last and terminate. I| northerly line of Center Sire!
ana l Mm Uoy| Dyal Woodlawn Baptist I ctase John E. Montgomery. Director,I 1 for a distance of 32.64: feet t /
More folks would attend I the easterly hue of lake Street
The Howard week. State &\ Department of
Wait home wasalK byIr.*. H. .M. MrU.wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I. "rage which is marked .
> by a coniiet.PRM.
.. .i lively place this past hut couldn't, owing to so much Florida. 1/9
weekend had I! illness. Nearly every family is _______ i I Kiee 34 minutes foat along th.
They as theirKuest& ,
.
i and flu. In '1 ht' irruil I'.>url Of I be il: \hfhJudielal | easterly line of Lake Strrt f.'
Mrs. Norma DeWoIfe and! Rev W f:. !Hal! filled hu reg- affected by colds I tlreull. In And Torllradfurd .r I I a distance of *4.li feet to aCrete ,'..U.
I \Ve were glad to have Arley I Florida. In PUlL thence run S .::r |t.
"on.' Mirhael. Miss Rosalie ular appointment at the Pin Level 1 j County 72 degrees 57 nniiut.-* r\.-r f..

TVilfroua and Mr George Sprague. I Baptist Church Sunday morningand McRae at home last week from ( baucrry. QCLET TITLEL. a distance of 4S.1 fi-et t t. 'I!,.
I I University. His mother was and Sara E. Alford. I i aid westerly line of . the \V. Alford
nil of Fredonia. N' Y. Rosalie is evening with good attendanceat I Irving :: thence run .uih-iiv: ", .Ii. _

quite a talented young lady andIs I Sunday School and Church : ill also the baby Danny, and are fitsVife.Keinhrz. .Defendant.lu Plaintiffs.s., ,. the Westerly line of >' 'I00 -.- I C:, .., '

starting on a dancing lour of Sen-ices. Friday night the : not much improved now Arleywas I thenuie Tu The Of Defendant.The Slate Of !! :more for or a less distance, to the I'-.n-. : :,': t 1.I'.' iV y1

t the east coast George is enrouteto I young people of the different a great help to us all. He Florida Irving Keinherz: ,, ginning:

make anything from soup tr And to: Any unknown spouse of You and each of \u .u.; I
Puerto Rico and Mrs. churches will meet at Pine Level can '
De\\'oltt'l the kitchen.We said! above named natural defendant. notified that a Hill of Compl.t J, I' ; t 1rw
mother.ln.1 enjoyed the celebration so by. through under or againstthe Bradford County Florida III I'b.+ncrry
hort visit with her and Mrs. V. E Thornton ; nut /
of above named defendant. by gulf Oil Corpor.uot.! : : Ii
law and Miss Shirley McRae. spent I! much that was given in honor known to be dead or all\o. ,. corporation organized and t-x.Mi.-t .: t dI
1: streets of And All having or under the laws of the Stat. f I'.
i Middleton on the to: parties ? r.t.
Miss'Yvonne Dr.
Mr E W. lodge and from Friday night until Sunday ;
week claiming any right, title or interestin syKunia, as plaintiff. and) ,lg.u >'
Ilrooklns. of Hampton. I I night: in Jacksonville visiting Mrs. !. Starke on Thursday of last and to the following described you and each of you. and .il-
to him and Mrs. Mid pr were visiting friends In Orlando i Owen McRae and children and! Best wishes ty. .Florida to-wit: ''da municipal corporation. is ,I I.

on Sunday. Mr. and MrA.. F. Hall and ;: dleton for many more happy dayr The North Four Hundred Feet fenilants; that the nntui.- .-f ,.! 'i 1
I dt the Northeast Quarter of the ., suit is to quiet and confirm till .
Mr and Mrs. Earl Green had as family. j i and years to come.Sorry I Southeast Quarter lying in Section : plaintiff to the above il.-., I 1,1..j, ,

their Saturday night guests. Mr. Rev. and Mrs. B. J. Raulerson of to hear that Sherman 34. Township 7 South. lands. as a fee Simply till.cancel .ud t t
I back to thp Range 22 East. : the right title .' -
and Mrs. Ronald Barnette and I IAOnA. Jacksonville were visiting his Crosby had to go You and each of you are notified claim and lien of you ami' .,. !.nyou. I "

Douglas and Alan of Jacksonville I uncle and! aunt the II I M McRaes hospital and hope it won't belong that a suit to quiet title to the above and of said City of $1.., K .j.|
return home described property has been flied fendant.s. in and to said !I..',,1- .t
They ('t'llbrattyoung' last week while conductingIALVAREZ' until he can and hereby required thereof /
!I against you you are every part as .Ltd! t
I again Please write him if onlya I to serve a copy of your Answer plaintiffs title, and t" |I" i II" !r... i
Ao.- I to the Bill of Complaint on the enjoin such defenda-its, fl"UI .1-*, .
: card.! plaintiffs attorneys Williams & ing any claim interest, title, i i !
Men's Futch. V. O. fox 421: Starke Flori in or to said lands AMI: Y"l,\ \lt:
STORE : ClothingEstablished i i \It IIC'I"o. AIMTIH I I : KKQl'IRRI; to appear end 1 t i -,. > .
: 1891 ''In MiriiH < ..iirl. Ur"df..d t'.unt".1 of-fice I a copy of your answer or i.1. "d.| -'
I ri..rtilnt In hniirery.I. Court on or before the 16 day on plaintiffs attorney H..UI-/ \
I..1 KII.I.V.:\ H.MMMff.,,! :.-nreI \ti. ''' February. A.D. 1953! ; otherwise the Knight whose address: is si.ni: j" ,
I 11"1'1., ? ?. ,. ,?Iant I! allegations of said Bill of Complaint }Florida and to file the "iinn.il, :
: rose XnS(1 will be taken as confessed. your answer or pleading, '; III the I
1 Nntlrr Tit .\PP' r-. This notice shall te publishedonce flee of the Uildersltrneil C Cl. .-1. "f IOTTUD UNDER AUTHQIITY OF THE CCCA-COU COMlAMV IV
i T. ;. "lit', 11. niplet'td. Jr.. wh.-r each week for four consecutive Circuit Court on March It;. I I'.."..;
now see the ..., nc.. .u\lI.II"It.i I" ""nkn\\n weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph otherwise I the allegations of s.,1I'oniplamt STAKKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY"CoVe"
: You are hereby notified that a Starke. Florida. will be taken a" cone>-
suit fr Dated this 12 day of January. A.D. ed !,>' you h S a registered trade mark O 1951. THf COCA COlA rO..fAN'.

I 1952. I IT IS Fl-HTIIEIl CRUEIIEI that
VVn" -J against you tn the OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,
II ejTBLINDS has and ( IIi ( r.ler of I'ul.licatioii and Xotict- '
,rove named Court and cause Clerk of said Circuit Court \
\..u are required to serve a copythe : By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
vour answer or pleading 1/16 U 2/6


I- -I Ia complaint Attorney' FlurWa on A. J.the Thomas Jr.8. !. Circuit NOTICK('0 In'TO. Bradford APPEAR CoBBlTi Ford steals the show
cf
and 'Vue'the original! In'ttie offloe 1 1Ih riorldai IB hanrery.. I

new kind or.before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on : K.: I'Lammot I-tmmot, Lit frnddiit Plaintiff vs. Marion

:2! day >.f March, 1955; i iI Care No. S5S7 :
of blind I otherwise the alleRatlons of said! : NolleTo Appear.To .
"''.11\1'13Int will be taken as confess-! Marion I-ammi, whose residence -

wipes clean r '7 r It 1 ..VhU each>,:notice,,".week shall,for four be consecutive'wrUs publishedonre ..lIIl"1gHn.St. i-o and Mrs Ddol address Bessie are.I .Ilutherford.is10L': Clayton Wil- with} the New Standard of the American( Road

In the Bradford County Telel I I You are hereby notified that a

witha -= l graph.Datedlhi? ::; till of January I'-r.S I l!. suit Divorte for and other relief w

!i ; l'l: has been filed against you In the .
1!, Clerk of the Circuit Court above named Court and cause and /
stroke! L.J.. 1 lly Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I.I you are required to serve a copy of I I .. '< ...... ,
I :- 1304t2O011Ct your answer or plea-Iing to the # ...-.. -- '
I 4.. I .,. !Icoc I plaint on the Plaintiffs WfT'J./ 4' WORT MORE"tEA7lIRESr /l//
I '\ : TO Arrr.Aii Attorney William D. Morgan
In Circuit Cuarl. Bradford fount. :SOT Clark Building. Jacksonville t.. .
ITS f
WQKTU MORE WHEN X04/ BW if. tl : '+
Merhaalim. Till M.J.,. head bare.rd.4 Florid In Chancery.John FI.rlda.and \ Burtw C ,vt BvY /'
new new J. Klo. Plaintiff vs. Mary'Illce. file the original In the officeof 1. e 1'FR .n
dip. end item malrhlac bat. 9594i tVOR"fW> MORE MEN yOU SELL IT i
Case No.
tour b.r Defendant. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on /T5 eUILr
new \Lyl .I a.tl. ".r." .. dr.lfard la blend "llhkUl i i \ntlre. To Appeari or before the .
and ,...1.1 ford ...'. I To: Mary tier, whose residence 23 day of February: 1953; 0R rFFPSi
(r.r. .Ir.lrh .. .hrl.k T...el. .re new Th.> lentth or ih. and address is: Unknown. otherwise! the allegations of said
..r.ele..br.rkrblti hill| ,, mBd F.tl'rnew i You are hereby notified that a t'omplaint will be taken as confessed /TS 6 JUTFGR COy
.ritialim alamliHm I. the fr.ulva of an loth. i suit for Divorce! has been filed by you.

data! Ms.p.bark. sprint new !10)! pU.tlc t.pr.. I against you In the above named This notice shall be published
Ivroperedl \V.t't chip If peel track We.', .hrlok.. ..trrtcUr Coast and cause and you are re- once each week for four consecutive -
o. ...,. Ch.lc. .( U color. fide Choke of 11 color. I quired to serve' a copy of your answer weeks in the Bradford County
or pleading to the complaint Telegraph.
Look for the DurhesirWt J l.tn the Plaintiffs Attorney, Bated this 16 day of January, .53 ''lmr
ll'. Your Gun I T. Frank I.. ndrum, Starke, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby.i '.J I mEr,o aR 53
t.tee of Quality and i Florida and file the original in the Clerk of the Circuit Court ( tk
IM.tlnctlon .' office' of the flrrk of the Circuit 'By Marian L. Crosby. Den--v ci.C rk I ;a ) # 'L )' !ct
Court on or before the 16 day of ; 123 4t %,13I I iw
,
FOR ,FREE 'Ferbuary. 1J5S; otherwise the al- i I
ESTIMATES CALL will betaken I --'r"l;;
i It-nations. of said Complaint \Ticr. : \It
,. as confessed by you. In Circuit Court, Jlrnilford Count,
This notice shall he published Florida I In ('''08'J. i! ft.i
GASSETT EXCHANGE STOREPhone cone I each week for four consecutive William J. Wall n. Plaintiff v:? _
weeks In the Bradford County Telo- Thvlma S. Waters Dffeml.tir
: graph. Case No ?602Notice ni
Dated this 14 day of January t53.I Tn \ppear. I
:! Starke. Fla. ,I Clerk of the Circuit Court To. Thelma S. Waters, whose : .i o a twa.rsirr 7
Ky Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk sidnre and address is lilt I..I"-I !
i JJII U6 ing Street. Charleston. South ('aro- I I

i I \OIU'I': '1 tI AIMMMIl lina.You are hereby notified that e;
aI I.
Irriill fvurt. IlrnilforJ (','IID'1. suit for

I'lurldai In Chancery Divorcehas .
Clarence D. Debord. Plaintiff vs. been filed against you In the I j
i I Virginia M. I\.. Nd. Defendant hove named Court and cause and t J M
1 .
Case No. 9591 you are required to serve a copy of .;
tl. If
:antler Tn \ppeart your answer or pleading t" the ._ ._
VACATlOJ To: Virginia M. Debord. whose complaint: on the Plaintiffs -
; T Frank Landrum :. :
residence and address is: Unknown.You Attorney. .-, .
--- .. ,
are hereby notified that a St rke, Florida. wa ffi suit forDivorce and file the original In the office of 1
I l Your FavoriteRESORT
custody and control of the Clerk of the Circuit. Court \ru !
] / before the. b
/ ;/j minor children or ?
1ll 23 day of February 195S; .
y f has been filed against you In the t ------------
I i ,>ve named Court and cause and otherwise the allegations of saidComplaint = _. -
ri will le taken as confessed -
\ 'n art required ti> st-r\c a .o. y utyour

\ -- !:: answer on the or pleading Plaintiff's to Attorney the complaint This by you.notice shall be publishedonce I w In this '53 Ford you will find a cor that wit

\\ \ ; l jr:0 e1den, SeMen Building, each week t'or four consecutive
\ I i Kay Dayton Beach, Florida T-eeVf!!' In the Bradf..rd'OUDt, gIVe you more of the things you wont in a tar' .
\v cf the that b!.
more things
Telegraph you never thought pots
and file the original in the office
\ of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Dated this 21 day of January. 1953. in a cor priced $o low.
'kS :: If : cr before the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyClerk
of the ,'Ir. i T i'.uri "
1533
r 16 day of February: : :
I fmtt h Met 11 ,J otherwise the allegations of said P.y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy clerk '. ,

/ Complaint will be taken as con- 123 It 21J.NOTICK i

? I'I'I'I i I essed by you.
This notice shall be published! TO APPF.\U I
In Circuit (Court Itradforit (Vnnll.KUriHa .
: ion,-e each week for four consecutive .
\ =::. i weeks in the Bradford County Tele- : la Cbnne.rEric ,.,
3x I Ov
(( graph. Hoffer. I'l.1.lntitt.'I.. C ('IIIh.r. o f
Defendant. Case No. 9571 r
I Dated this 14 day of: January 135J. Notice To "....*...
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ToCeriJ loiter whose residences
Clerk of the Circuit Court I
i and address is' 116 No Green Str
By Marian! 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Easton Pennsylvania.You .
I/U 4t :/1 t'l
\
i are hereby 'notified tit:
!suit for
i In Circuit ("..lIr.. ftrnaCurd Count, Divorcehas
Klnridai In i'hanrrry.Nell .
Eiiar.t-h! : flavin.! Plaintiff. '"SoI above been filed against yon In the V-l 01 SIX IhGINtS MOST luunrui INTIIIOIS NIW WONDU not TiiNo-smiNO STYLING st
named
fes START NOW..BANK I Morgan John G14\.n. Defendant. you are required Court to serve and cause a copy!!' and of Only fod.ItI itt fltlj.offtn you a fln. car You rid. In wrrowndingi for which you RadtK.. rough rood to corpct tnwxith- lrn>"d. and owt ford .more beol/fiflllltlo'

?, Cae0.. SSJJ your answer or pleading the V-B *Agin .. er M modem a Six. And to hwndrcdi Sears That'i of before YouH
- to .pea pay mor* art III\& because ride fcturi l k* ever find a !hug curved
Order Of nnliralioB and Notice To Pot
SOMETHING EVERYPAY \pprir Mntro FloridaTo complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney fi AJomalx Poww Hot gfvM boll foori-rvtb f cvihtonuUphoJittry fobrkj more riponti spring and shod obon -piece windihMld and a n..
Evan T. Evtns. 101 Ugi, >". ,. "
: DAY. T. REAP Morgan John Glavln. whoM Law Exchange Building. Jack- eo Pry! Ga oa regular geL er* custom' blended with outside cofexu torUr action wide front rr.od. longs, lower, IftOfI KHJIVV* lack.L .
.residence and address is: Unknown.You .
soothe Florida.
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THE BENEFITS. are required to appear onFebruary and file the original In the office of
1 C. USJn the above
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the Clerk of te Circuit Court on _
--.: named Court and cause, wherein or before the
-.a. plaintiff seeks:: divorce custody and !3 day of February. 153: :
control of minor child. Bradford therwlse the said.
allegations of
9 County Telegraph shall 53Ford
publish this
Complaint will" > e taken as .onteud -
Order :n r.rxt fur weekly issues. by foRD
=...:...a }NStaY' Witness my hand and official This you.notice I

4 FLORIDA BANK at STARKEiftmbtr ''uary, seal at 14. Bur 1SJJ.OFFICIAL ke.. Florida this Jan- weeks each In the week Bndford shall for four: be County consecutive publishedonce Tele- ;;? f == .

if rN. / ( SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs graph.;
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.,.,,.k'' .....K.. Clerk cf said Court! Dated this 21 day of January IJ5J.
J r i dr..w..c... TU- Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
JloiJaallonat/ G.oup :Martin J. Pearl. 307 Consolidated I IDldg. ) Clerk of the Cmuii tour
Jacksonville, Fa. ;
- By Marian L. Crosby, D-pii'y Clerk. Andrews Motor Co.
j- tMei 1' Attys. for Pl!. i/n 4t 2'i' 1/2J 4t 2/1J I

NOTICE TOPPER la Tie CUrvll Court Of
J In Circuit ('0..'. Bra4f r4 r.anty, Ce..t Florida: In ( 8ra.f..1

DavId Florida! P.! In Prockes.Ckanrerv.Plaintiff .... Case MADISON AND ADAMS ST. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLORIDA


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r" I I I w Hamilton-Starling Women's Council Miss Johnnie BennettTo First
Baptists
Plan Presbyterian Circles J.ttH.r': r o Pox 351. Surk I

Wedding Plans Told Hold Meeting Wed Rep Conner Covered F'ia .
Dish Lunch I'at'd 'h:- /t'. dab ,.f F.'brl.. ,
t Circle 1 of the Presbyteriantl'omen .\.1> : ';'3.'f': ,,,!. .
The \.u-.t Flrr.dd
Wor.er.s Council of tte: Members of the First Baptist of the Church will meet ,; 4'

First Christian Church met at the Church are entertaining at a Tue lay evening. Feb P, at f -

i home of Mrs Clyde Colsor. Tuesday ..-.red dish luncheon today evening for their monthl Ward. Mrs. Edna IrUai UR l'l..nrlr.
Prr
': *: 1 o'clock in tte recrea- : will be

meeting ." x-i.l! honoring Dr. Jess H.He. program chairman and Mrs Evelyn .w C.-rd-r. HadUv... .
)footyIhone 1 Lawrrv' .i., ,
t The will lUdirt. In td.t-
n.embers decided Cooper h.the
to seh fl -y from Park of the Palms. Dble \'..- '\,'
35 birthday calendars to raise money study. '..Ieo. T. ."eNar.
Members and friends are invited To 1-Awrrn. .., ..
f tlad{ c
__" 4 Nrcr for the building fund also to sell a'' rend and to bring a covered Circle 2 will met with Mrs nO'.ld.aDd ..d4r.I.: rt.to \. ,
B vanilla extract for a new coffeeurn Robert Paterson 1S1rt StrrrlV y....... \: ,, ,
a;
C1 "r> Camp: BUndicj ,
Your Art fc ,
Mr. And Mrs. Marion York Honored At tlf.\ tp I _
'. ; Wednesday evening at S o'clock suit f,>r
-, 1'1\-.. ..'... ,
Post-Wedding Buffet Party By Mrs. DinkinsMr Tasty refreshments were served with Mrs L Fuhvxxl as hostess IJUIiJt ':aha \ q.r ': I

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V" bv: the hostess during the social Baptist Circles been !l-a "It I ." r.u 1'alwL'r \ .
n..n..d 1 .' ...._ ..
.J t1 >I'd i '
and Mrs Marion E. York gladioli and pompoms were used hour A 'n\l arr rr'lu..t! t -, -O' .. r
were honored Monday evening at throughout the reception room for tit Thi Lorena Epperson circle of M.I. MM*. OrTlCF. S'I'I'UtT :' 1.'Ur ni.,a.l! MB '" q.. f" tLyni: .";1"
i .
I nr Baptist church at the the "I."f:1 ,
met .
a lovely buffet party given by !In. the occasion.. I tethodistVSCS ':- i \ Tin: nI.m.\1'1I: So'.1 T P',,,,- Iii' '.,,, "
I home of Mrs. E. Lennon Tuesdayafternoon .,., .. .
York parents Mr. and Mrs. 1... Mrs. Levy Canova poured tea .:< a with nine members vhangh Fh ,it tun.. J., ? ,

F Dlnklns at the Parish !!oue on Circle 1 of the Methodist present -
and others assisting the host and i' .- OTHK UK lir.TinTO HId file the orlsliai In the r- ,
Church street The party wa WSCS met with Mrs. L. A. KI: .I"TJU: iinoiiHt: III. ""-rlt 01 the Circuit r. -t
hostess in caring and serving the Following the business mating "I' hatore the 2 day Itf M ,
given following the wedding rehearnal Davis on Tuesday morning with Nrtlirc !I' hiMl an'rn that th.and..rlOltt 1l5J.! otherwise the allrk.r ,
of the honored couple who guests *ere Mrs. Lex Green. Mrs Mrs. Davis presiding the il the program was In preparationfor nl in ji r \l\f l>r.t 1 i.n'" aid -mplaint will. be take n.f..t .t5 -
over the March week of for nf Chaptt-r J".1. laws of Fi'>lda.'th 1>V )'uU.
Prayer
were wed Tuesday evening in the Vernon Silcox Mrs. Jim Chas ,. business meeting. of 1>I1 will reglfter with the ,, This notice rt&ll t. rultllhrJ!
I \ Home Missions. The Community rlrk of the firrnlt Court In and' race .ch week for tour .. .
oon'* utH
first church.
Miss
Baptist teen Mrs. H. H. Adams The meeting was opened with l for Radf"t4 1..ln\" State 'f FloOrl-! w'rk. In the nradfor.1 (', .
uniT
j Missions was a lunch: for a school l Ti'
Clair Jean Mundy, Miss Lu Green Mr and Mrs Albert Starling of Mrs. B. E. ,la 1. '. I" 1" 1 ,- rrap"
The bridal motif was attractively i prayer by Mrs. T. G. Mitchell. Bennett of M.uianna child. .. '. ., '
the table decoration Mrs. Charley Johns Mrs. \\'. B.-I Lawtey announces the engagement The ,: is announcing the I "
carried out In program was given by Mrs e.ngagomen; of Delicious ...., \
Mundy and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. and approaching mamage of L I her daughter,'Miss r'eSnnlt'I' "
with a handsome arrangement I G Farber and used as her sub- Johnnie Bennett \ ,
of white carnations and Among the 65 guests were members their daughter Jeanette Julia tc ject "Crusaders of Christ". Mrs [ to Doyle Connor, son of Mr served during 'he so ai, n.u .1 Iii

snapdragons forming the centerpiece of the wedding party, their I I Mr Lynn D Hamilton son of Mr. \\'. G Haile gave the devotion'' and Mrs. Leon Connor of Starke

Other arrangements of white J i close friends and relatives. i I and :Mrs. H. H. Hamilton of Law. from the Beatitudes. The meeting -

I te), was closed with prayer by Prayer" Feb. 20th. Mrs A Wood ,

Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Flynn Are HostessesFor The marriage will l take place Mrs. Titus Olson. read a part of the 17th chapter of '
I Ii February at 7:30 o'clock in the
Lovely Coke Party For Mrs. Marion York First Baptist Church in Lawtey.All Circle 2 met Monday afternoonin John. Mrs A. Z. Adkms read A.P's Fresh

I the educational building with from the World Outlook "All Uo.1 . ,
friends and relatives are
Mrs James! Phillips and Mrs. ing table The table was overlaid I :Miss Florence Wood as hostess. Children at Prayer"
cordially invited to attend.
George Flyn'j were hostesses at a with a hand wade lace cloth and I Mrs. M R. Judd presided in the Circles 2 and 3 joined 'or v, fruits
The bride elect is a graduate of
lovely Coke party Saturday afteinocn flanking the centerpiece were fil- Bradford High School. The groom- absence of Mrs J. H Ritch. chairman freshments served bthr !hostesses : & vegetablesjiiaix

honoring Miss Jo Ann Dink- ver holders with lighted >ellow I who was ill. dUring the SOCM! hour
to-be graduated from Rolling .. ..... .-. ... .- LLARf.E
ins whose marriage to Marion tapers. ,' After a short business !--I'on Y.y' -
Fork High School at Rolling[ Fork \ '/

evening l II I I' with white camellia corsage and Camp Islanding. Crusade Scholars" was RUOI, h\ DA U \

White narcissi and yellow daffodils < I(a pair< of hand cuVA'otk pillow Mrs. Judd assisted by Mrs r,.' '
usedjn decorating the'I lessee from her hostesses ts n --STARKE '
were
trell. Mrs. Fields and Mrs Lee FLA.
I I BSPhi Meets I Ik ) l \
Monday
home for the occalion1th n momento of the occasion. p
Circle 3 met in the educatumal
graceful bouqwt attractively arranged ',, Twenty-five guests railed duringthe
The bimonthly meeting of Beta building Monday afternoon After Fri., Sat. Feb. 6, 7 % .
In a silver bowl used as party hour, four to five s t
I I Sigma Phi will be held Monday the business session Mrs J. F ; r' ;n r
the centerpiece' of the buffet sere o'clock.
evening at 8 o'clock at the home McComb read "Among Mission DOCILE FEATUREDON'T Jl U YRANGES

of Jean Thomas, corner of Lafayette -., Neighbors" from Christian Ad "
l 12.80 Profit
Jr. Woman's Club Reports $1
I and Monroe streets with Dot vocate. The devotional was a BOTHER i LbBag

From New Year's Day Dance at MeetingThe Reese as cohostess. i prelude to the "World Day of TO KNOCKRichard I 5 15C I


Junior Woman's Club held :, gretfully accepted. Possibility of Woman's Club To Have Greek Theme During! WiJmark and Marilyn I 1n I .

their monthly meeting Monday .( having a Thrift Shop was discussed lonrOf'I FIRM CK1S1' -
evening at the club house with 1 Ernestine Denmark is to Monthly Gathering Wednesday Afternoon : I

I'aUy Silcox vice-president, preMJlng. I:'investigate a building site. AND -- i iI I Large Head
I The Greek atmosphere will prevail will also be a display of Greek i LETTUCE 9C I
II;. Jean Thomas, chairman of the I i r
Sarah Torode reported that proceeds I 1, nominating committee presented at the Woman's Club Wednesday handiwork. The meeting promises PISTOLHARVEST :-'

I I afternoon, Feb. 11 at 3:30: I i to be quite an unusual affair and -- -
of the New Years Dance the following officers: President. a : "
1 o'clock at the regular monthly I'' all members are urged to be pies- I ,. i I" ..1
was $112 RO. Nookie Fowler i| Elsie Hazen vice-president. Jewel1'Noegel. Firm FrtshTOMATOES ___. '
1 meeting. The International Relations ent. !I t--. :. ._" {.
social chairman announced that rec secy. Louise Stern, t
I
I program will be in chargeof Hostesses for the afternoon will" With TIM HOLT Lb 19C
she was planning an Easter egg corres. secy., Norma Curry, treas., I
I! Mrs A. A. KartsoniK; b<..t[Irs George Kopelouaos, chairman ,AIM Cartoon and !Serial .
hunt for the children of club Ruth Simmons. }.Iotlon..as made I !
ml\m.1 1 All those taking part on the Mrs E. K Perryman. Mrs. iW. i
bers to be held the week before j:and carried that the secretary
I program will be dressed in the native B.Sew ell. Miss Audrey Newman I Sun., Mon. Feb. 8, 9 Sunki.xt
Easter Norma Jean Adams urged cast unanimous ballots for officers I STuWiRR11'
I Greek costumes and the musicand Mrs M. W Cressler, Mrs
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nominated .. -'
club members to attend the Florida LEMONS 6For 17CFresh :::
I refreshments will further Cora Quattlebaum. Mrs C H ,
Public Health Assn meetingin Elsie Hazen. program chairman, ZERO
carry out the Greek theme The! Naswnrtlu and Mrs Hairy Most:/ '
Jacksonville on Monday. Feb i I II presented Miss! Florence Jennlng I
I i Robert Mitchuin and Ann
9. Delia Rosenberg reported on ,I Youth Counselor for the Countyand I ,. CrispCARROTS

permanent Junior Club signs that i i School Board. She gave an j ,, Cartoon ni>thAlso and News I Lb Bag 10CWhite .

she had printed for parades j interesting talk on What Makes a

Motion was made and carried to: Good Citizen. .j Tues., Feb. 10 ONLY 1

send' $1.00 more to the State I Delicious l refreshments were
I Ann
C Wait Till The Sun I
Travel Fund. Margie Dowllng'i served by the hostesses during the 1
I I
resignation as president was re- social hour. _- Shines NellieIn POTATOES 1 0 Lb Bag 49C Page t
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Surely was good to see that sun sure is a pity that anybody would TECHNICOLORDavid
with the
Meet opened group singing a Strawberry
WCTU I Temperance song: "Wind the Ribbon on Wednesday after all the rain''' stoop so low, and hope that they Wayne and Jean Peter Pascal
and miserable weather we've bf'E"n' will be apprehended soon. \I'oO!' News and Cartoon .
The members of the Laura Scctt 'round the Nation", followed Lge Stalk
having in the past week CELERY sC
Union. W. C T. U., met in regular -I by a devotional period conductedby I Wasn't bad enough that thJ Wed., Thur. Feb. 11. 12 PRESERVES
maybe it will put new life in those
session Friday afternoon at the hostess and a beautiful main cogs of the staff were sick DOUBLE FEATURE
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that have been down with flu, I
the home of Mrs. Elmer Johnson poem was read by the leader followed with flu this week when the straw Winesap
colds and so forth for the pastseveral
Water street. The meeting by Prayer. The session was that broke the camel's back war j Lb Jar
weeks among those; ,: when the society editors phonH JET JOB APPLES Lb 15'' 2 59C
presided over by the president, added to the sick list are practically 'i
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.VALENTINE went dead on noon Wednesdaydead
Mrs. Mary Virgie A very, of the the whole Bradford Telegraph Starring Stanley Clement
line .
day -- and she hadn'tnearh' 0
Quadrangle. Penney Farms.! Response staff including Gene Matthews got around to calling AND .
everybody -- -- -
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Claude Crowson. George
D-A-N-C-E to Roll con brought out for news so if she missed The Return Of The 4
interesting Temperance news Kaufmann. Bertha Fuller and you this week. she's sorry'twern't Quick frozen grd A dressed & drawn Lux SoapFlakes'
KEYSTONE; ; REACH James Lewis James family were VampireWith
her fault. 1
Ige
1'AYILLIONSATURDAY items. :Minutes and treasurer's all sick too the past week. I Beta Lug l I Lb pkg 27c

reports read and adopted. Tentative others added are Jerry andii. i So long see you in the next. Also Latest >eu'yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy HENS E S 49C Lux Toilet

{ FEB. 14, 1953 plans were discuss i for a Terry Dea and Gail Duke. Mildred : CarolynTTTnVTTTTTTTTnvvn SOAP 2 for

Sponsored ByKe'stone Patroitic and Temperance meetingin I Doyle Judy Green Jimmy Law- i . , ,, large bar 21c
son, Pearson Woods Mr and Mrs : I t
Heights February honoring the Found. With Face Cloth
J. H Bitch Janet Hardy. Jimmy
Azalea Pure PORKSAUSAGE
Catholic ClubADMl&MO.V
er of the Cause Miss Francis Hazen. Lois Perry man. Eustis M< Silverdust, Jge pkg 28e

Williard. Mrs. E L. Johns was Knight Gayle Rowe. Archie Green LbBag

I appointed Chairman of the Speech Gilbert Brown family, and Ann $ S S E 3SC Soap HichRINSO
5c Per I't'n.onSI.M Randy and'Unda Johns lets
Contest Department. Coffee and r1ge pkg 28c
Per CoupleTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYT I hope this is the last week} of it WIN
Cake served
were by the hostess
Friends of Sarah and Wools : It Floats 2 for

during the social hourSPECIAL Caines will be happy to hear- that. Super Right SMOKED SWAN, Ige bar 25c

I they bought a home in uecatur >I : I BONELESS BUTTS Ib 59c

Ga. the X. M. Smiths of West- 1 DIAL
2 lor
moved into the
moreland street

O house formerly occupied by the : 31 SOAP, reg bar 23c

SALE'Tuss Caines last week and Olin and j j i
Lucy White moved into their new : In Natural Color PicturePRIZES 3 : IONA SLICED or HALVES Bath Soap 2 for

: home pn> Lake Street on Monday !I No. 2'/2 Can Lifebuoy, 1 Ige bar 21c

hear that James Davis 2SC
y recently discharged and served I I PEACHES With Face 'loth


Cleznsing Creams and LotionsFOR duty the Slade in Korea Gas, has Co. staff been added. ?to'ee''': I Breeze, Ige pkg 29c

Don Ray Tilley is home after j i Ann Page Smooth or Krunchy PEANUT No Rine

DRY SKIN FOR NORMAL SKIN being discharged from the Navy at \ i 72 Oz Glass SURF I
\ 3i Ige 28c
the
a Treasure Island Calif on i BUTTER 24C pk.g

2Sth-he:: served six }'earsith !j COME ON I II Vegetable Shortening

'duty in Alaska Jax. NAS and ; I

Korea-he brought home some to 1, I Special Prizes for Babies 6 Months & Under I II I It Ann Pane GRAPE SPRY 3 lb can 85c

gorgeous souvenirs from Japan

his Mom. friends and relative Oz Glass

JELLY 1 17C VC14Ib:
here A Coincidence that while Tom I JOIN MOVIE SCREEN CONTEST l pkg 33c

'land JoAnn Slade were driving thru Toilet SoapPalmolive
Emulsified Cleansing Crew Piak Cleansing Cream Saturday they t \ro Entry Fee'o '
Baxley. Ga. last Charge so Obligation
Ann
PageSYRUP
Iti rich emollient to ttutel! for I ,. I reg bar 7c
help Fluffy cream thorough should notice a "45" license in the ,

cleanse and soften your coo drtpJo"u clausing of filling station and out of curiosity 31 12 Oz Bottle

pJciionl normal or oily a tin f i stopped to see who it was and See your children on Our Movie Screen 19C Gator Brand

Rrg.$2.00menow1.25 51.25 Paulk who was en- I
found
Faye
12.00
Reg. me now

13.50 size i now s s $3.50 size now S::5j II route to S C. there were t..oI t IN GLORIOUS NATURAL COLOR
birthdays celebrated in the Nursry t

I!,I school the past week with t Open to all Hoys and Girls to 1* old 31 Dor ROACH

) J I! parties for each Mary Louise .* up years : EGGS S S3C
Friday
j Haines was 6 years old last -
x i--1 "' ......asI '
*;? ;i and Joey Reese years

,cA #,I, I_" 1.' '. i old on Monday hear by the I The Photographer Will Be In TheE HIVESEight

I grapevine that if ou ever want aproject

.=.J J" I. ....'-( i i put over just call on S\eve I E LOBBY I
sure' OF OUR THEATRE
'i"I I' ..L."_ ,_ j and Ruth Simmons they O'clock
w ,_ ':, know the ropes. I Lge Pkg
: In my estimttion I think the i 10:30.1. )1. TO 5:30 P. )1. 33C
ll kr Dry Skin Freshener Skin lotion |, '
- on
";;.the f resh-u that '* rcial' To bnce-tnd make your 'i meanest person or persons it I
p 1 that have taken
t earth are those THURSDAY l
-== uoa glow! FRIDAY SATURDAY
NmI"C
?: for you! [I upon theTrsrlves to burn off the COFFEE F
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i s : FEBRUARY 5 6 7 } !
$1. ,
Re". $1.75 tite now !s Reg. 11.75.iu now lots at Crosby cemetery' destroying p.. s.. .
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,.-'a.r CANOVA PHARMACY All price* plus taxi x j j,I 1--bushes camellia somebody have and had gardenia has ruining so been many: the and stealing reports evergreens azalea that the I PARK THEATRE I l lt 11If O'CLOCK...f, 1.lbBag77C }: & -- ;fffrJJrIiTPf: -- ;



flowers and plants from the
In this ad effective thru
j Prices !
Starke Fla. Taws of loved ones not even j Starke, Florida
Sat., Feb. 7th.
leaving the containers that the' AAA..A AA.AA ...A..AA. ........ ...........
blossoms were placed in It
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II 6 II I Mrs Dave Paulk and laughters Dr and Mrs A A Kansona had Mr and Mrs F J Pellam and Fnends of Mrs F. 1;.. Lang. .. .
aria Mrs Pt-r. M.di'-.eto; MrAgr.es
Fare and Sylvia were in Orange- as weekend guests. :Mary and Barbara children Patricia Fritz and: Carolyn will be happy to har the was Santa::: Riuh .
of Brunswuk
burg. S. C from Saturday to Monday Tsavans and Mary Hagnnan-' attended the presidents tea,,able to return home last week Sr 811eLanie: : v a
Jr and son Mr and Mrs B T Muidlevr
to attend the graduation of ohs of Tarpon Spring gwen in honor of the U of F after a months illness in which Ton.
II i:* ao':: Cedar Keys Col Mr :Nora Addi and .
daught :
Miss Lucy Paulk. Mrs J. R. Kite accompanied: hers graduates and their families Saturday : she stayed at the home at her
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and M'H[
C Wtl.:: and Cal] 0 ot }I'rt"nse.a Mr ardl 1I"..
Mrs Ada Alexander and daughter t -r-Jn-law. Mrs Christine Curtis at the Student Center in son-in-law and daughtrDr and "
VOr
f.n: ,4 St Augustine Mr Haynes Middleton .
and
Wilma, were overnight guests tt Greenwood S C. List Friday Gainesville The Pellums also attended Mrs Bryant S. Carroll In Jacksonville Ea.-.Ur; :
*
a rHE aEws and !'Irs:3:
I 'err.btrg of Day. M hi die Jon of Pamor.iHantsSfIpdragon.
Monday of Mrs L. B Alexander in when Mrs. Curtis returned to her the graduation: .
exercises or.i Beach Mr H Howard of .
----- Waldo and attended the funeral home in Elizabethto Tenn. after Mrs. Ond | ; LarL.'I'urCaIe'D.tuU.
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"" Bennett and Mrs Among those attending the Dr Pall: Bea: v M I' .,-,J Mrs B GMLi1k 'I : Cim.Ulon... Petunias..
ot L. B Alexander in Melroe on three weeks visit with the Kites. Carl LaMar
and Mn. Allen Repelo <,t Lt W r .Smith has < ompletedAm.v afternoon. ,. Johns entertained at :Middleton Day celebration I last :, ", \-h: CA M I' and others at l'trunl.'...
Tuesday Friends of little su olJ
year a
School at shrimp supper Wednesday evening -
Ali-ame Finance Thursday from outoftownetv
Altoona Pa were wkt-nd guestsif .
Graduating from U of F .
Mrs Janle Avery Fort Benjamin Harm In'l l and is exercises Saturday evening were at Mike Sheppard will egret to hear :'. for Miss Johnnie Bennett Mr and Mrs Earl Muld'etoi.Mrs : -. -- -. ---To-> ..__. -.'--" '. ""' -- -1'q', ._ 'i. I
he is confined to bed fur weeks who --- w -
stationed at Fort Deven-S six is returning to her home in .
Sue Duncan of Gainesville spent now Misses Idell Landrum Willie Mae J A BudJ, Jr. and daughter
with rheumatic fever. '1'
Margaret Rose Duncan. Mr. and Mrs G. R. Hibbard of,and Chris Ange.o; Carratt and Miss Mrs J. T. Albr.tton ar.d son. Mr and Mrs Cecil S ""'en, Doyle W Q. Dowhng Mr Mae: J, *-.. ,. CAVALIER SERVICE ((2
John were in Green\il'c.! Ala. over Conner and Carl LaMar Johns TlevisionO
, Mr and Mrs. H. L Bro-nl Inman. S C. were overnight guests Ruth Frazier of Graham. Among ,Miss I Drucills'Ilhan.- Ms-:
have aa guests their daughters last Thursday of Mr and Mm N: those attending the graduationfrom the weekend visiting relativesSen. Rev and \\'. S. McAliley and Huldah Morgan Rev and Ir,. 'I --

MiM! Mary Brownlee of Baltimore. S. DanktJ Starke were Mrs R. J. Davis, and Mrs Charley Johns baby son of Alexander City Ala J D Dixon. Mrs Fannie \\'.\(),.! ( u m SIN 1 ESS is
Md. who will be here unlit Sunday Mrs. J. H. Fields was the overnight -, Mr and Mrs T F. Landrum and will be in Tampa from Sunday tc 'Arrived, here Tuesday to make Mrs Jennie Mae Pettree Mr and
and Dr and Mrs. M C Stith and !'daughters I Martha and Frances. Tuesday attending Gasparilla I their home in the Presbyterian ,Mrs William Dowhng Mr Ral
daughter Sandra, of Washington... guest last Friday of ter i(j I Marcia Kay Haien, Mrs Al Harley. and Governor's Day at the Fair. manse Rev McAliley is the new.eigh Dow ling. Mrs ettlt'.1.l. STRICTLY SERVICE
Mrs. R E Tanner Sr ml Mrs. L. D. Green last weekin
D. C who will be here until next alter III. and Randall Chitty. spent resident Presbyterian pastor for ing ueDr.. Edward Jelks Dr T
Thursday Bald*"to Miss Joyce Newsome of Gainesville Green Cove Springs with! her the local church. .Z. Cason Dr. E White all of HA\'YOUR:

was the weekend guest of sister Mrs. Irene Johns who has I Friend of W II N'ollman will'JaC'k\On\iUe.' State's Attorney and
been ill v.ith1ms.. Mrs Johns TELEVISIONRADIOS
Miss Evelyn Newsoir.e. regret to hear he is confined to Mrs T. F. Duncan. Mrs DeWnt
Mr and :Mrs. T. !of. Barefoot andA returned home with Mrs Green bed. :C. Jones Mrs Fred Guy. DMaxey
ANNOUNCINGTHE and Is convalescing at the Green I HOME OR CAR
J Thomas Sr. attended C. BHaes .
I! Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson has had Dell. Sr. Mrs B E Scarborough -
funeral in Lake Butler home. 'as Mrs. Ina \iM1f'on.rs
guests Miss Lubfslia Pinhol-\ REPAIRED
ON
Sunday afternoon. Dave Paulk was in Syl\ester THE SPOT
,,ster of Brooker last Thursday. and Muriel MidiEeton. and Mrs Harmon -
OPENING OF H w-IfehlLis Caladium, !adtolut Ga on business last Friday I
Mrs C. H. Layfield and son. Benny -, MidJleton. all of Gaines\ile)
at M- trunA'i.Mi Mr and Mrs Millard Jones and Mr W FOR SEHMCErno.NK: ( : "
of Gainesville and Mrs N C.\Mrs George Livingston T\
and Mrs James O daughters, Sybil and Mitzy of
Toppins '
The Mott of Brooker on Monday P. Randall. Mrs Lloyd Abbott SKIN KT. CALLS
Jr and daughter. Mavne Ellen, of Ridpeland S. C. and Miss Carrie .
BARRYS RESTAURANT '!Miss Lois Xbbott uf Tampa Pet.Brir.snn t.
Mr and Mrs 153
H
Jai'ksonv Ule spent Friday with her Woods of Savannah Ga. were C Nasworth\ ; ..r Htg!: M' .I. t\ r.r $2.50
'mother Mrs Mayne Toomey and weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs had as weekend giie-t Mr andMrs J ., '
., F> i\ : i\: : i :' :M l: Mi '
also visited her school with her Ewell Lawson. JV IH >\e> <>f M'I
3 1.2 Milw. South of Starke un :301 daughter Mr and Mrs. Robert Bark"!lle M- ,: j 'd!-, I n, I-.. .... i \' .- .

Mrs Kffie Johns, Mrs Maue':! a' and family spent the weekird! ,>' Pr>A., r > ;?01 1 V H. -- -- --. -- .- : -'l. ::i-- .=:

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH Carter and Mrs Rudolph Crosby their at Salt Spring -.-
i.r>ent Friday with Jeff Johns who Seaman camp Powell Davis .a fVi ._ ..__ ____ _' : _': '_ - --- --.- ._- ---. -. -- .--. -- :_ ':- :':_:.;

In i! is seriously Hi at the Veterans the .veek
Specializing JacksonvirMAS: was
Hospital in Lake City. I IMr TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTPlenty : TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTGO
end guest of his uncle ar.l 1 iur::
and Mrs Jos. H Cumber, '
Mr and Mrs E. M Davi Of :
Sr who for over two year looked \ STARLINGS TO
Mr and Mrs W E. SUr-i >t
BARBECUEAlso
PIT
I all over Florida to settle finally .. S I
Wilmington. N C. were the vexnight '
decided Starke was the place and ,
guests of Mr and M'J I I'
bought the Klmer Milhgan homeon Doyle last Thursday. Good Food i i : CHURCHSUNDAY
323 South Cherry St. MrGumbert .
or Joe as he is called by Col! and Mrs J. W. MiNVer- t :

SEAFOODS STEAKS his friend handles the welding turned to their home in Alex CHEAP!' I & Market '
department at Ed Prevatt's Garage andria Va Wednesday after 14 Grocery j
High lights for the Cumber wt'Ek'ssit with Mrs M F
CHOPS
family will be the week of Feb 2nd, Brown Mrs J J. Fitzgerald w hi AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .. ..

the reason Jos H. Cumber, Jr. who had been visiting the McN't-eis IP
ASSOCIATES: lIt( AM MRS HOi.l.IS II\LI. flies for the American Air Lines remaining with her daughter Mrs Starke. Fla., Corner Call, & C'herry' FrIday and Sat.. Feb. 6. 7

his wife, Margie and grandchIldren Brown for several months

Formerly of The (ariMu-an Club Marsha and Wavne will spend the Mrs C. L. Ryan and! children ,. . -- d __ ._ __ ____....
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week witn them. Mr and Mrs. Betty Peggy and Earl of Talla -- -- --- -- -

On The Florida Keys Gumber will be happy to have has-ve and nephew. Claude Johns Tender SMOKED LIJ.

friends stop and meet them all and Jr. of FSU. spent the weekend

say hello with Mr and Mrs. Claude Johns

:New shipment uf doldfish; atShtrunk's. Sr. at State Farm. 54I
BACON 3ge
MISS Florence Brown was home / tF3cS

Mr and Mrs Edward Gross of from FSU from Sunda to Thurs :
Seaboard
Railway Jacksonville Mrs Mrs Effie Johns and day. .
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visited Henry Carter of Maxville Mrs J. R. Kite entertained the. .- .. -__ __ __!
Jeff Johns in Lake City State Farm Bridge Club on Tuesday


Watch Inspection Sunday Andrews Steve afternoon.E.were Simmons hosts at the and Starke Guy 'I, attend Mr. and the Mrs State Joe Fair Martinez in Tampaover will NECK BONES Pork Lb 1 DC 'I COCA COLA Carton 21 C


I Motor Court Monday evening at the weekend

Jan. 9, 1953 a Democrat get-together Club following meeting which the Young was were Carl business Johns and visitors George in Jacksonville Fatten Red Hot Lb Soft Weave for

held at the school cafeteria. Enjoying on Monday. SAUSAGE 29C TISSUE 2 23Cn.

the affair were Attorney Mr and Mrs. Don Patray and

General Dick Erwin of Tallahassee ._
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Clearwater -
ED SIMPSON GEM JEWELERMy I I Rep Richard Bedenbugh. Rep Ihijdreo Weekend'with of Mr. and Mrs!pen.the'L. O ::. : --. '- __ ___.- .. :: .-__ _ _--- ,;

Do>le Conner, Sen. Charley Johns Hazen. LOIN, T-BONE. ROUND t. s. Xo. 1
Jerome Johns C. W Wheeler of,, Fruit Trees at SMrunk's.
PersonalL Integrity and Profession Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Paul I: Mr: and Mrs. Mark Herlong of
Miller of Miami, Miss Johnnie Jacksonville were weekend guests' 494w
Backed by Over Forty Years Experience I
Steak LB.55e Potatoes ,
Bennett. Mr and M -s. Ray Stone. of Mr. and Mrs Frank Herlong.
in Repairing and Servicing Railway I Mr. and Mrs. Quintin Fillingim. : :Miss Johnnie Bennett and Doyle

Watch is Your Guarantee of Satisfaction. i I Mrs Guy Andrews and Mr. and Conner were in Miami over the .
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Mrs Michael Gilhool)'. weekend visiting :Mr. and Mrs. .. .. --
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,- I. Mr. and Mrs J. Luoma of Ohio Paul Miller. '- -

Officially Appointed and Tampa are residing at Noll- Mr and Mrs. O W Barry of In Bulk Lb Large Stalk
'man Courts for several months. Brooker spent Tuesday with their 29C I CELERY 4C
I Mr and Mrs Cecil Old were in daughter :Mrs. J. E. Hardy and
I i Jacksonville! on business. on Wednesday : family
SEABOARD RAILWAY I I
1 Mr. and :Mrs. Don Champion and
i Dr and Mrs! W E. Middleton son of Ocala. spent the weekend All Meat Lb Doz
INSPECTOR i! had as guests on Wednesday. Mrs. with their parents. Mr and. Mrs STEW S3C ORANGES 2 15C

Mae Jones Mrs Ellen Dowhng ;| Al Hartmann and Mr and Mrs.

I and Mrs Gene Patten of Jacksonville Leo Champion. _. ,
SWATCH FLA. and Mrs Lloyd Abbott and i Dr. Jack Hunter of Atlanta, Ga .- -- -.. .. -- ..- --- --'" -- ..-

I: daughter. Miss Lois Abbott of : was the weekend guest of Dr Kill or BRISKET LB. Makea good Stew Cheap, {;reen Top Ige Bunch
Tampa I 10. L. Hajnes
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I Mr. and :Mrs. Brad Locke returned -

KOCH !' weeks visit home with Sunday relatives after in two the STEW 28 CARROTS 6e

HER HEART AWAY. New England states. Mr Locke

returned to Norfolk, Va on Thursday

to report for duty.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mrs

Carolyn Redgrave and son Wane Picnic; Lb Gallon Jar

Mr Mrs and Shellie Mrs.Hall:M.visited C. Wells Mr and and HAMS S 39C LA L R 0 88C

Mrs. T. F. Hutto in Jacksonville

'on Mr.Sunday and Mrs. Willard Pass and Clean Lb 3pkg
son. Gene of Tallahassee will PIG FEET 1 10C RAZOR BLADES 15C

spend the weekend with Mr and
.. .
Mrs. L. D. Green. -
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I With A Gift She'll g 4t #. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt had as --- -- -- --- -- -- --

guest Monday night, her sister Tender PORK LH.
ENJOYLarge Mrs C. D. Williams of Tampa.
; a Friends of Mr. and Mrs. T J

.' ,. X**" .are Griffin improved will be happy from -their to hear attack they ROAST 39'I 1SUDS 24j
'
Selection of 'of \irus The Griffins have beenin
& f
f? $ fa
JacksonilleIoith Dr and :Mrs -- .
BOXED CANDIES i C. C. Mendoza for several weeks ; -- p .- -,

IB? dren Mrs.and Merrill Mrs Charlie Edwards C'owt'n and c and hii- Brisket Lb

PORK RIBS 29C AJAX CLEANSER
SC
Complete Line of ; son.ward's Danny mother, will Mrs.visit H E Mrs Merowin Ed

m
**{ Tampa over the weekend and

7 y COSMETICSPERFUMES + .I attend Camelias the State Azalea Fair and other SAUSAGE In Bulk Lb 39C MILK Tall//, Any Brand 3 for 43C >

{ shrubbery at MitnmkV

. The family of Lt. Barney S Me-
...
: Rae. Jr received a cafi''gramlast -.- ,-- ----- -.- ---- -. -. .-. .. ,
"- -- --
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o i 4 a week stating that he as u
; rT Tokyo on leave and hay. !r.g a BEEF CHICK STEAK AND LARf.t M
wonderful time.
TOILET SETS DRESSER Mr and Mrs. Raymond Land

' SETS and Land children of Mayo and were Mrs dinner Frances guestsof I ROAST 36C OXYDOL 24C I

- Mr and Mrs Martin Land oniesday ,

"\ evening _ ___ Bg M M MI Mi OM MMaB %
KOCH DRUG STORE ?4 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Normanwere -. -- .. -- ---- -. -- -. ---.. -:. -- -- -- : '- '.


i Starke, Fla. ting.relatives in Jacksonville Sunday 1 FRYERS E S Lb 53C FLOUR Dixie Lily 4 ft Lb $4.OS i

r Mr and Mrs. J. W Jor.sof

Florence S. C. were overnight m
.- t J guests' Tuesday cf Mr and MrsT

B. Hardin .
?
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g {, & $ Qf TT 59CjP" nIle Hollis on V.business Knight on was Monday.in Gauies- u % Gal Jar

". | N Mrs.J. .....visiting Donald Neel her parents.of Newark Mr PIG TAILS S 19 L LARD 48C'

t and Mrs. Orie Wiggins the past

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HEILBRONNb Keystone : ', :' ,!'t ,i i'.e "'.\! .:- do .! 1 -'tz; !
Heights :\ :\I. 'I'-t ,
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\ n ir. the grd.'- and :'awnK :

and RATV1 ) Marian Norman bj' 31 rv :Sara 3lcDoruiIJAAAAA.AAAAAAA4AA4A4A44&4A :he; -: spring; ,',mes AIwa%s I .
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:u" ;' Don in the Mortuar I \ i: To 'r. \H
sang ,!. irrait ( ._*i. R.f.rd t ..
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or .nerals this Tues- FtorMai !. t..n.

guests of the Leroy Th'- Mann u: D.mes C'lnIOltet! dav Max Reichb\d1. Plamt.t: ____

N'ormans were Mr and Mrs. Le- would like to express appreciation MobrNE3R. i-LAY HILL Sy-h a.e: letters ther Reichbach rvfendarr -

roy Norman Jr Jerry Ritche of to all those who contributed ici r c N
:r"nl Clay HU:
2O"CA My dear .
.= girl.: >. T. .\.....
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Marklee the success of this campaign Tht To Eslheresidence ,
Shirley : ,
\\budn th work "ear tl..1) Mosley l 'k some of her : I
Norman of gratifying > i t:-- ib\c Irtu-r She! sadI
Hampton. way our citizens co- .' _
Gf'O. T. UunwCounty of winter bring: Fcbruarto mydoor'dep hens to a 411 contest in lad,-1111-
Those attending the funeral of operated brought results of whichour I will meet UM just insadf the Known.
Agent plan to make a b.it Iith i ville and won 5 ribbons and sonic
Lamar Emanual of Enterprise community can be Justly Eastern Gate \11
\\ Ill} dog Digger. ovtr there That a-t .1:
Agricultural Extension Service proud. Keystone Heights money. How wonderful. t f,.rDivon
from this presentedto ,
Mr.
community were j brought tears to
It I 1 my eyes, for I de .' _
'1
and Mra Leroy Norman and this important fund $351 from Dear child. God does not ; My pie is done. I must hurry
Danjrrrou Strawberry InsertA thousand of people who see it. j say hate to think ofoahig\ her here. has I'm.iplainl .' ,
i daughter Linda. Mr and Mrs ElI the dinner. $65.20 collected in the : today, | back to work """ ab.-t' 1'n ".
tiny 1 inset t belonging to theIr The body of County Commissioners j I I 1 but I do know she will t* waiting y"3 arc r. ,.. ., _
\ has been found cooperate in making this booth ,: don Sapp and Mrs. T. :-:. Norman. i miniature iron lungs and $46.IT1 "Be stronger and watching with God bless: \.>u .ill \,'ur ar."" .j, _
'lunch bug family I : my parents on ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green and which Catherine! Parker received at :i He knows: your strength is spent, the other Lo\e Lura : ,--. I IAttornt'
1'1 n thi area. Pameras look like possible' j side Yes. just inside: L 1 '.
the REA Annual He know how >
family were visiting his father meeting making'a long
r' mull >ellow anu and are very | Mrs. Marion Howe. Secretary i, i( total of- $49237 ; The road has ten the Eastern Gate She too a an 50?) L\n, *: I h ; j.' \ ,, ;0 _
Sunday, who Is a in the how
patient weary
rapid In their movements. They for the Chamber of Commerce led j '1 old school teacher So this mOrn- Florida Theatre HasRunyon's v U*. Floi;,{ I

may btcCJme.try abundant before the group consisting of Millard, hospital at Jacksonville The Community Church will'1 I weary you have gro"For ing. &i I look out the window :I .n4fII. the Ol .. ,.

they are noticed. Tb.y cause small Judd. Freddie Watterson. Denver \; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Gaskins ( hold a covered dish supper in theWoman's alone he ,walked the earthly roads ,: can see snow a sun shines bright. 'Broadway'Mitzi or Sue.before lIrk the of th, t > .

berriti to become very hard and Devertck and your humble writer ; of Tampa were visaing relatives | Club on Friday. Feb. 6. I Life is good I smell my apple, 2 day of March. &;% .

taM to grrfw. Pamer&s also at. !It in setting up the Big Dad and and friends in this community '! Dinner will be served at 6 o'clock. Each boppy lowland. each rug-I\' pie baking and I have my houseclean Ga>nor and Scott Brady otherwise the allc(>tloni> ... _

tack the crown of the plant which t| Agricultural, exhibit. P.epresenta- !;1 during the weekend. i( Last Monday night Jan. 26.: the i'1 ged hill. |I' fresh linen on the bed. I i i are technicolor featured production.in Damon Run01\ !'ComplaInt*J t.) you.will be taken us ,
Can "Blood
understand
withers rapidly and dies if the live of the Humphrey's Gold-Du- Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosby and bronze plaque for outstanding : and so he says. am to go to a neighbors for a This notice shall tone > I '
1
'i I Be still, j hounds of Broadway. at the' each ...k for four _
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bugs are numerou The outer pent Co. were on hand to place family and Beverly Jo Croiby cf I citizenship was presented to D. 0.Stewart. And know that I' welcoire party this afternoon Florida Theatre Sunday and Monday live wk In the Brmdf. ri ,
I
leaves of the) plant die first! and ; their exhibit in the Bradford :, Bayless Highway were visiting Mr Stewart has len < am Gods'hour The I Then on Feb. 12. my good friends T..lf'lrrapb
I U Dated this 29
late .
darj ,1.1'
dry up. turning brownish color. 1 Booth. the Eldon Sapps Sunday. : active in civic affairs for many'' I from Wayne are coming to get
And must The musical features the life of 1953. _
you rest awhile and
hard i years and served as city clerk Digger and I to stay until Sunday
Pamfran are very to see A! The State Fair at Tampa is in ,
Mrs B M. McRae and son Lynn i (OFFICIAL SEAT.) Char!. _
must
you wait : < \ t>
ou walk down th* row. they will session and continues through I for fourteen years He is' one of I then Don will come over and Broadway as.. een through Damon Clerk uf ihr fir,
of the Pine
Level section re5tn'oirsI
waiter rapidly so that when you Feb 14th. It would be one of the :, were the best loved citizens of Keystone Until lifes empty get us and stay to eat dinner. I Run>'on's writings depicting )"y Marian L Crvsby. rvi' "%

I !i 1 visiting the T. N. Normans Sun- ] :;; fill up. songs dances and usual 1 ,!ill 1 I' _
thankful. : Hollywood
examine the plant you may not most educational and enjoyable .. Heights and his many'' am so very thankful. -
j jHeilbronn
day. I As slow rains fill an empty up-.; "Be still and know I God hullabaloo that goes with a
friends am .
pee a single Insect. trips you could make. Hope you are as proud as he is of I I ::\onrE
OK 'l'l'l.Ir'Tlu'
church was host to turned cup. ] Yes. is is to be alive. musical. I ""f
Parnera ran be controlled and can see the Fair. the honor tendered him. I I goo-i Tl\ DEED
the Pastors Deacons and La ymens] : Hold up your cup dear child. '!1 HELPFUL HINTS: Vegetablesto t d'i-t IMJ Nt'XlT1' :>
killed with 5 rr cent Chlordane NVn Jj\-st<<'k Interest 'I A small orchestra is being form
: for God to fill I Is IIKUKBY r.l.lit \ _
Conference :
of the New Paver As-
Ju' t We have a strawberry bul- Had a nice visit with the G R I ed in Keysto'e. At present it con. i' be boiled should be started ir Mr. Lou-s: IIiVrtlfinu. I '". '
sociation Monday night. Jan. 26. He only asks today that you be boiling water. When a N I .
driving '
'elm showing the enlarged picturef Starnes who.at. present lives in sista of four members; Mrs. Dew- ,. still. 1 1i ,unn: TO irrnniIn of May A I' :l' j I 11..1 _
Pamera and other incects that Keystone Heights. but has extensive The meeting was well attended ey at the piano; Mr Massey. 1i nail in plaster wall stick a piece ("irmll ("..rl. RDMlord <.....(?. mx ..(tk. .'''i'I. '
i riorlita I. Chanrfry. for .1\\0. ,'.
a tax
and was enjoyed by all. I of adhesive the and t I' :
dtal'k strawberries It Is a good interest in Bradford County. clarinetist; .-\. A. Malmgren cellist !i I do not know the author of the ': tape on spot I H. .<'n I't ii.h. riaintiff. % Uichartl Said certit ,,I' 11i .
i I I drive the nail through. Wall will Kin,'h. I'-I.-n.lant ru ,.. Xo '6 desi ,i I. '
bullet! and is yours free for Mr Starnes is operating for hipi j Mrs J W Thomas an assooia- ; and Mr. Penzlin. director ii ing d 1 : I II
ai above but still '! 'oITo _
poem. it came to \|>|'rar S.C Pr'iI' .1 I ':
asking self, the Dotson Ranch place on ( tional \V. M U. leader met with violinist. One or two may be added ', I not chip. To remove rust from T..' Itii, 'hard "'irll'h.'h,. .- 1'1-i ia wit: _

the State Prison Farm RoaJ. some of the ladies Wednesday me and I have said over and over i{I needle. press in a cake of soapDon's ..ii' f a id ..iililrt1s' nUnoxvn T.I ., _
Mra"t..rr DO Lo<>k" Got\\ They will play chamber musicno \.nr !
) art' h..r..h n.iliflrd uia: a _ _
Pasture of Carpet grass and night to help reorganize aV. MU "Be still and knew !!lat I am God." fresh apple Pie: I just suit for ,cril.. 'd ,
If you hear of someone that has jazz or boogiewoogie.Young .f I. t "1' .t,
White Dutch: Clover already coveri The next meeting will be held In the rush and hurry of these peel enough apples for a pie by I'iv..r.-/' 100 fl s I''., :
nu new variety of strawberries! Milton Starnes received has t.--n filfd ,
l1t'n' >u m lhr
i < } ft to ,
i good portion of the farm. Mr at the church Friday night at 7:30: days. we MUST pause be still slicing them in the pie pan I want'ahunalllt'd "',.1111 an.I.lu-,- and |tl. '. ,II,
cut his I':
growing: you sure will want toj,I I a bad on arm. Monday.H .3- '
Statues is getting ready to give Mr-< Louise fioihy i.< :-till: absfiit and do a bit of serious thinking.: I to use. Empty into a larger ves-1, ,.iiu arti f<|uir> il tt> 'n. a ,-..'1')' .'...1. r ;. i s !. _
keep a clone watch on them. We was taken to Starke to a doctor .ur an""er o- -.tdinK! t" t-\. (', The ,1'-, v .
nave reports that this strawberryhag 'it an application of fertilizer se. irum si h..J 1 iliii- ''> illness i "Know that J am God." Sometimes sel, add sugar enough flour tc | plaint on th' rUmtiffsti..rn...\ TtV( Ulldi I. 'i' .'

will him its best ",. '. .* I get'f'Ty weary when Wf'have soil of thicken the juice sprinkle Xach H I'.MIJ-! :>"'< I.i n. liBuildinif. >uid w.il"nl. n f !
produced sexeral times as that it give re- \\ \ ish }her a spe .drc.'l'f\ Mrs Feigert of the Park-of-the kvn\illi.. .. KI.ii.ii. ). -, t..I! _
standard varieties turns. He has a nice herd of hereford two penple die at the same with cinnamon and a dash ofj land file tin- "I.wi'..\l in 'hi -f!'.. .. tf d. 11".1 a, I I'I ,->1 ,,
much : 'I
last
our Palms. who
as .t! was operated on minute nutmeg. I cut a small of the clerk. of the 11'1111 iu"t ..u th ,
grazing there no'I .\' .vyvyyvvvyvyyyvvvvyyyBRADFORD specially We"t're up piece .i trty nin will In s"ltll" 'i i
They handle well and ship well yearlings week in a Jacksonville hospital, or hefor.the :2! .1.,,' ..f :M..r. h. -Nt bld.>r at the
Watch them! waa pleased with his answer across the street getting a dear butter in the apples and stir real ,': 1'1'li:: .h.\! < ,'-,' (lit.-I ;ll-H.ltl..n-! ,.( 11'.. fir' "t :Mi>'u1.i\i-'iitt In I IIt Ii' t tl?I"

when asked about feeding min is reported improving .woman's body when the telephone well. I make the pie dough from <-ald t'.."'|il.ill.t will! I be t.tkrn a. ,':'lift of :M.inh. I l","it. "hdl| i I" .1.1t t ,
Uradf"rd1 Tampa State Fair F Walrath Jr. has been ill' """itl l>y Jim. .1 M.ir.. I .;,1.
and erals. Mr Starnes does realize rang and it was a call to come and pure hog lard and mix with milk i Tins n.-i:. .' v|...|| i,,, ,"iIi'i -> ,.I) l' 1f..1 th:- I ; il.i\' .'f I.i' ,
Bradford County Industry HIGHLiGHTS uith the flu sine*- his return from Line wet '': i.n't\ ,.. l K f..i i f",ui ''riN' ,,111\i II ,
that minerals are needed for all get a man in another part of town i piepan put in apples, i tweeks 1-1-11'1\1.-1\1.\! : i in'I \
Agriculture are represented at the ( }) his hunting trip in Hati.Mr i in t ii. 1 1\1., I .1, .i ( .I.n'I I r. n '!t .Io. if 1'1111'1 .','tl1t f IC' i
We hurried home with her and | the edge place in apples and cut graph '
; livestock. i uut Florida.
fair again: this year. Bradford has ; & Grayson who has been quiteill holes in the to let out l '.tt il ';" i ,I IX .i I II!, I <,. \ !Ir. )
booth which serves'1 \\'earP interested in operations [ then went to get the man. Thereta.q : big top e. 1 .f \ _
a permanent I at his home on Lake Brooklyn -
: steam. Bake about 425
County. like this In making full use of ] i# no eating or sleeping until degrerfor
well In advertising! our
7 for the week is reported improving -1
past
30 mm. Before putting in
taken of and
The Chamber of Commerce takes our lands and we welcome tmV j they were care in
1 By Brenda Bradford
'activity In our County. the slumber room. Next morning oven, I wet the top of crust with
the booth 1
the lead in arranging
Mrs William Terry had guests to take of sweet milk and sprinkle with
LAAAAAAA4AAAAA up early care telephone
and giving it the final' touches Some OrnamentalAre poison AAAAj4j ,
in to celebrate her husband's1birthday : relatives more ambulance calls. !I sugar. That gives a brown deli
that make it so attractive the Nearly everyone has sow ornamental r-n'Q'one at B. H S i i.s talking ;
31.
on Saturday. Jan crust. Don likes it
plants In his garden Wo i ii So the day was spent I am gladI cious warm.
i
i never think of them being eaten about the foith ('timingllt'ntlDl' Miss! Gladys Tillis and Mr9 Pat do not live on a main highway Part of my garden seeds haw REASONABLE[

;''or even put in anyone's mouth. I Frolics' to be sponsored by the Fraher will go: to Miami for the with the roar of big trucks in my', arrived I look them over an!

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S but it sometimes does occur and Student Council A high light of weekend on Saturday Feb. 7. ears. At least the Mortuary IF'' ('hal' t's attended with the fmt of

many times children are the of the evening. February nth. will Mrs. K T. Martin and Mrs quirt I can think and pray much inceri'' serving bring to us the fru-ntl-

JUST ONE fenders. A few of the most commonly be the crowning of "The Sweetheart Kyle MeMui try entertained withseven .The woman was 64 and a former MONUMENTSLOWEST ship of the great communities which:
and canastaat
tables of bridge school teacher Her forner
pupil
s-en are: '
of 53". She will be chosen.
FRIGIDAIREMade Oleander Is found in many by those who attend the dance. the Inn last Wednesday. came and brought a booklet given PRICESI I \\o serve.

Mrs Lily. the nurse at the ley- her on the last day of school. 190S
General yards. It Irritates the skin something -
only by from the various Club Valentines. FINEST QUALITY I
stone Clinic is leaving next week It had the teachers picture: A
like and
Motors Corp. All other poisoning. Chewing The girls; who have been chosento
swallowing a single leaf in: likelyto for Ft Pierce where her husband. lovely young girl. So all of u? No Extra Charge
Electric Refrigerators are represent a club, in the race
have very- serious results. for the recently graduated from U. of F must some day pass on. I have a : For Setting In Or Near DeWITT I C. JONESPhone
made by other companiesand crown ale as follows-:
Yellow! jossanime vine is toxic. Aleise will be located. letter from a very dear friend in i i I 7 Starke, Fla.
cannot the wordFrigidaire. Lawson Spanish Club STARKEWrite
use ;
All parts of the vine flowers Yvonne Keystone Heights carried oft Indiana. I have not seen her for : ,
Brookins. F. H A. Fay
;
stems leaves and roots are dangerous Paulk School some of the honors from the Ca- about 20 'ears.'e have been'' I rresss.te.e
High Library Club
;
milia Show in Jacksonville last writing and keeping in touch with
Parts of this plant should Betty June Norman. Elementary I Funeral Director' Ambulance

Want A GCl1lliliCFRIGIDAIRE never be put In the mouth. Children Library Club; Patty Lawson. week. J. A. Williams who lives on each other. She is past 70 and :2\ Service

Fe Lake sent in five blooms very near death She wrote me Our local funeral home enables
? ? should not play with the Speech Club; Adele Scholl. Science Santa : i us to offer convenience isAI

flowers I Club and brought home four ribbons; services not otherwise available.
; Marjorie Strickland. Pen I .
THEN SEE i I Hydrangea is a source of fatal Pushers; Betty Durban' Beta one blue two reds and one yellow- For Free Folder I
flflp SnapS fl=sseserflsss rssrsssspsnss.ppn
prisoning The plant contains a Club; and Peggy Hinson, F. F. A. Carl:: Fendrick and Carson Wei-

E. H. SMITH : substance that produces Prussic The affair will begin at 8-00.: : land will go on to Tampa to handle" Fb.OSC v ATLANTIC MEMORIALS, IXC. We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices. and

acid when they are digested Keep all ballots must be cast by 9:30: ; the Dupont exhibit at the Stat ISTABUSHED 1930 accept ANY life Insurance policy In force issued by ANY

I Tenth qad\ Temple Are. any part of this attractive ornamental and the crowning will take place !I' Fair Mr and Mrs John Powers 715 F01EST ST. company as payment In part or In full on a funeral.

] of the mouth. the weekend at Consultation carries no obligation.
out at 10:00: Special dances. cakewalks will also spend (aiie JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I
Stark: Fla. I U I'I flppspppppe-flfla-sfl D'S....nsssflSSSSSSSSflSSfl
Other plants that can cause etc. have been planned to he Fair. IMVID M TA UT-UMI MIT MUU
L 1i1.1 I Mrs. L. H. Powers. mother '>. --- ---
(I trouble are tung nut. climbing make it a most enoyable evening. ;

I i the rosary pea which children I I So you won't want to miss it John Powers i is in Keystom

sometime! string into a necklace. Heights for the winter She ha.I I l"tm'tI

Let Us Thoroughly Castor Ivan and nightshades Did you folks- -who- saw the Dr. ,,] with her daughter. Mrs Thos .

A good precaution to follow I la Bowling and granddaughter. Pat'
: MKIdleton Day Parade notice any |

Wash Your Clothes never eat any plant or !seed' un- I bright displays from B H. S. ? ? Dowling and_a friend Mrs Walter -i CII FEUt41t12IJLE ti'

le.-H you know for sure that it is Just in case you didn't here's a Chellar. They nave rented the x4vugfcnd/Aiougi/ .

9 Pound not toxic.Sells I summary Heading off the Dyes house on Lake Geneva. I ,
!r:
mile l long procession was the The next regular meeting ot

For 40c! i Pure Bred Bull B. H. s. Band The Library Club I j I the Woman's Club will be held on I 1i

I Tuesday Feb 10. This is a business
was represented by some walking
FREE Bleach If Desired! ; J. B White recently sold his books depicting the life and work j meeting and the matter of I
Pure
llred Angus Bull to Mrs.
Tempi AVA. BUik Pan to ''of Dr. ;Middleton Representing ([ the purchase of a new stove i.! !
Starltng use m pure bred I
i f'expected I to come up Members are
the Science Club was an open-air .
tows and gradeSymptomi: 'o\\'s I I
ambulance containing a doctor (no urged to attend. ..
I{I
resemblance to the honored doe), Joseph Kerri an, formerly with .., ,,.. Iq
of Distress Arising from
"'eWill a nurse and their patient (who .,t the Bradford Barber Shop c.

STOMACH ULCERSDUETO died before the joumev}' was overt I : Starke has joined Keen Wilson ik

Dry Your Clothes EXCESS ACID: Some members of the Junior the Keystone Heights Barbt, I
I
r.'ils;: Chorus gave a close up of Shop.
RELIEF
For 20c QUICK OR NO COST
sume of Dr. M's ...atier.ts before :, Harry Brannen of Toledo Ohic I

In Automatic, Orient! AOr About J I5-Doy Trial Off,1 anil after his care. Two cars con- I 1 left Saturday for hoire after a'visit

1 unmp I members of the BUS at the home of Miss Doris

e ()ftIt four million bottle of the \\'IU.4U I q7 _________________________________________
TtiiTMiNT hue been cold for-reilof of F.ti ulty and the new drivers tram Sipft'lIt'Ir; Brannen has just

Ijmptomi of dutreM krUing from tUmacliinj also rode in the been rol.'ased from the anvv lit _
ir.g: car parade
Ouo4nal Uk r* duo to EHMM AcW-.. I
Por DII..t...... Sour or Up*.t ttMuch, C S '.vas for twi> % us '\Uska! with _
CftttlrM**. Heartburn, tUcpUwnM. *. ....,' I _
Washeteria\ Cud to tic... Acid.$ Atic for ''WUlardV Each year the Florida St.tto 'he 1 rn V

MMiait".hlch fully MiUlnj thIs; re3.' Future Homemakers are muted! !I'"
kUhumtr .taiai,_In* 1\if ii TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBy
attend the State Fair and pathiipate i _
-- KOCH mn. STOHK: _
in the exhibits in tn.' e'ts' .,. '- ___, .. .."
__s ._- ,_ 1I.. T o T | 4 Docs
rkal exposition building For :ine ___, .r' ... 1.0fI Of HWi**

,day the F. H A. members serve 'on:! to,m /J/lvrtrolw' u
--- -- .. ..'
d..r..d<' o /ab.liiy/ el / '
SINUS SUFFERERSAMAZING as hostesses in all the booths in !
I "
that building. Tomorrow the guls 5Jor88T // I

.ire making the trip they are
!
NEW DISCOVERY FREE TRIALTHIS leaving early in the morning and

AMAZING NCW DISCOVERY f:i\rs quick relief from lIma hMaohr .
> evsurr .4.1 check bones, will return late in the ev.'r.ini: :
soreness *)f* aching bridge .
,
cf" ittx f iv'i ,-! : ..,1 iMik o( head and Jon neck, rant think straight All of them expect a big diy
CI ttt lL'il.i tIII.i', i't, th,' {Uss.s h.ab*.n rtcrntl\ fitted ntrvoujivnrvx -
ness dl: ix nu trfatl1.t'nt rrhexrs most *j\i.$ hradjchrs in f wand C S S

minutes ax trncul rui itxrrnrss in head face and neck .s entirely As you know Fred Conwa:,
'tht'\1"d in >1 L 't lte: No matter ho lonf >ou haxe suffered or how
Chronic xour iaxe! ma\ be or how rrenv different treatments you have has left us to serve with Uncle I
tried or how inuh n.oney >ou ha\e spent MithoLt results 1Iot' behexe I
)"u Xkill be anued at th* bat rrhef this amai-rg n,<,* tiratmrnt rives Sam for a while He left hi? I -nyjBP1
Jou It ha* fixen ai zing fist re ,ef to thousands; Vte tar FIVE DAY I .
office of Vice the
President
TREE TRIAL i> 'i, ;caul, to x, i: ,: ..t or ob'.gat. t\,,copt this when" in .". ; than other low-priced car !
jou x nte toj it it i> agreed; that x 'u '" ill mail it tack: at the end cf Student council vacant. All Senior -with more great improvements any
11daS if no; umtievi ni-.i- it is not a sample
I _NATIONAL ABORATOR1ES iOn CALIFORNIA students who would like to run for ,. ." '4_', ., I
that office have been askel to
"Does my credit card cover Entirely/ New In Convenience with new Center-Fold
Entirely New In Appearance with new Fisher Bodies.
submit their names to the coen.land :!
..YYYYY.TTT ,YTTY.Y.TTTT'TTTYTTTTTTTTTTTT this > f\ ice. too?" Front Scat Backs (in 2-door models) ; new ignitwo-iey
the group (who represent the I Enlltely New Dyrabi/ify/ with construction. all model
: stronger Automatic Choke on
I .. .. .. starting; new
I ., I
_:: NOTICE! PLANNING TO MOVE? entire them and student decide body on will a new consider Vice It's! thoM little "added"e ""n h-n I Entirely/ New in Performance with new 115hp. "Blue- Entirely New in Salelyl.ith new Finger-Fit Steering Plate

g \f' that makes real friend* t Flame" high-compression engineand a greatly improved Wheel Improved Jumbo-Drum Brakes. E-Z Eye

S : __ | let us do the job for you com President i,_ 10S-h.p. "Thrift-King" high-compression engine.. Glass (optional at extra cost). And Safety Plate Glass in
of each
--:1: ruotonier.
See you next week That's a sedans and
of
windshield and all windows coupes.
Al\\Jtfl t*#N : plete. We operate local and long Brenda Bradford mutual cmfit! New Power-new acceleration-new passing ability!

' : l' distance ann'. here in U. S. I i New, even finer Powergf/c/e automatic transmission.* Entirely/ / New in Economy. More miles per gallon of gas
MOVu.IGta fTfffTVYYYYYYTTTTYTYYY over-all of operation-and lowest-priced
-more economy
-.....- Recent BirthsMr New Power Steering. (Optional at extra cost) ]line in its field1 Come in-see and drive this great new car

: Phone 311 or 250-J I LIBBY ,, Entirely New in Comfort with new Curved One-Piece *Combination of Po.erguJt and 11 <.hp 'Blut;ame' engtneeptiorut

; : and Mrs. Donald Wine If.L'1or.e ('- Windshield. New Crank-Tpe Regulators for Venupanes un ,0-1tll and Del Air mutt i ai ti:ru to.;.

Excellent: Storage Facilities of Hampton announce the New Foot-Form Clutch and Brake Pedals. And the softer
Sales
&
Service OTHER CARl
; THAN ANY
CHEYROLETS
== birth of a 7 lb. 13 oz. son. Donald tmoother Knee-Action Ride. MORl PEOPLE BUY

: Wine McMahone, Jr on January
,
'; R. B. ALVAREZ 2S in St. Vincent's Hospital in L AAA&AA&&AA& A JU

__ $ Jacksonville, Fla. Kaiser Frazer HelUTeJDEALERSHIP TORODE CHEVROLET e.o.

..-: Agents for Dclcher Bros. Mrs McMahone is the former

g i--- -1: Miss Harvene Watterson of Hampton. CALL AND COURT STREETS
- Perrjman BId;:. S. Court St. ; -I Temple Ave. Ph. 32IAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAA :! PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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n__".'_-V_ ., rrnnrARv 6.. 1933- : PAC7K- ;'-Ftie "

I: .. ... ,I! rTVYYYYYYYYYYYTTYTTYTTTTlLONG TTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTT Joe Padjett. Jaaette- -- -- ----
Presbyterian i ii 1 Green. Maude Carl Padgett and children v.;*.re :

i Smith Tim Harvey and George their sister-in-law at nah\: i
RevV L :!{ HAMPTONby BRANCH HIGHLANDBy Thursday
i Ervm We wish them a speedy recover -
for the First !
pastor Mr and Mrs Leonard NOT:
Church of Starke. ',\ 31fDL W. Hammond by )Ir" J. L StricklandAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA MrLay NormanSunday I 3.111lr Normans sister Call!! "'
I Mr and
Mrs Cecil
Haniee and
first sermon &a
Griffia were in Jacksonville SA':
mmn.*
| children were visiting Mr Hud -
the
i morning worship uplay.
day at 11 a m., on Betty Hichey spent Sunday School begums at 9:45 's sister in Gainesville Saturday -
Mr
and Mrs. McMahon
Donald Mrs. Hazel! Griff was shopp:',
Methodist Church At The Tabernacle The Purpose of the the proud parents of a son. afternoon with Mr and Mrs Fair- a m Worship service 11 a.m. in Jacksonville Thursday.E. .
school at Evening services Wednesday 7p.m. :' Mrs :Maude Scuta: hat returned
Sunday Jr., born at the St. Vin cloth.
.
The First Mejhodut Church of II was the privelege of the con i each member urged Jacksonville! Jan Pastor ReE.. C. nun)". home after being in the General C Harvey and Daniel r o."
Hospital ia ;: I
t Starke cordially Invltea you to attend gregation at the Tabernacle to ,i Youth Fellowship : ;: weight 7 Ibs. 13 or. Mr. Mc understand that Mr. Matthews -,,, Supt. of Sunday school W. C. Har- Hospital at Gainesville. She is were busiDe.in. Jacksonville Friday

the following rewires of worship hear Kenneth Strachan President I j i Evening worship and Mrs. Archie! Eiland' the Editor of The BradI I,dee. Adult Teachers, F }{. Herndon getting along rice. I

on Sunday February 8. The of the Latin American Mission | at 7:30.: I in Jacksonville Monday: ford Telegraph called to see me and Mrs. \\'. C. Hardee. Mrs. E C Harvey was in

Church School begins at 9:45: witha I i 1 also to have as a visitor, (a former | Topic is "A to bring mother and to get my picture to print with. i,!; Mrs. Pauline Martin, Young Peo1 Jacksonville Thursday attendingto

Sunday School Class for every Teacher in services) Harold 1 business \U. MM)<. on u F M I'I'IU'
I
Evil" home. Congratulation" my life history a* a printers pies. Intermediate, En- EC Har'very. -
age j group. The morning church ;i Brooks on Tuei day night at Bible t't and HarveaeMr. Mrs Har!:> Fide- ,:101 M-' XT Till Tt I .K\ril
Study. The on Latin Wednesday Feb. : helper. I wish ttttll Mr. Matthews : Mary Ceil Bennett. Jinii'\rs.
hervice Is held at eleven o'clock. message
)I I service : and Mrs. W. A. Saxon are Ann and Ellen Norman.primary. -.
m. Harvey
prayer that I
The Rev. Thomas C. Mitchell will (i America was of especial interestsince think he can make Ii
.. 11is.'lOnary-"IiSJI! at 8 p. m. the proud parents ji a F lb 1 oz Vica Mae Norman and
the our more selling his
preach Sunday morning on : Vincents' progress paperif
Adult Choir will born at Dr. Amanda Wilkinson, Beginners
Martin in Ecuador -
Wall. Phyllis -Is Quito.
subject "A Cap In the : he leaves
of .If practice. j in {{'iih..tcn SaturatSy'. my picture out of it. .Nellie Wilkinson Cradle Roll Iris
Special music will be provided by and first hand information I i ,
and Jan. 31. still it the Youth Choir. ,, thf-se countries was eagerly ab- ; Rev. McAliley i iyoung ,
.,. orbed. : son are now Mr. and Mrs. Lester I;[.uUO\! .*h be a good rat chaser roach, with us.
Sunday evening at 7:30 Mr. I'
Mitchell will continue series of Also on Sunday the messages manse. i four children have moved I exterminator or some such valuable I I Weill complete our study of
The Palatka to '>e Claude Ma) the Book of Philippians Thursday -
congregation v. gadget .
"The so maybe he k.o'uwhat
Sunday evening sermons on : both morning and evening were
the recently vacated by Oscar ; 1 at 7 We certainly have
come new
p.m.
.
tteatitudea" using u hU sermon I and why he wants pic-
my
visiting! Speaker:
brought by
i: 1! midst. I and family. All the chin j received a Blessing from this
)pl "Blessed are the Meek. Dr. John E. Zoller of Michigan, i, ,, attend the Hampton Clemen- i ture. I was away all afternoon, Book.
Every Wednesday afterncon at ( '
315 a Children's Hour is conducted I an outstanding Evangelist and a ;, St. Mark's ')' School. i, had to go to Starke on businessso I Zettie Padgett has returned i WHEN! YOU CAM{OWN SINGER SEWING MACHINE '

for all children between the i former Director of Mutual Radio Airman 3rd Class! Charles C"i i he failed to see me. I am sorry home from Baldwin after spending

ages,:: or 6 and 12. Wednesday | Program "BACK TO COD". Mr Kev. Raymond E. j i I ISl'SU. II I, \ has completed his basic {I s Mr. Matthews had to wait so sometime with her daughter Mrs AT SUCH A lOW PRICE! *

evening at 7:30: Is the regular midweek ':Zoller who accompanied her husj Schedule of I[' at San Ant- nlo, Texas I i long on me and then did not get Edwin Knight. i
band here two solo numbers .\} !i' ,
brought !
j is statiouei at Memphis ACME RICONDITJOHED
now
Prayer Service and Bible to see me. Mr. Those': on the sick list this week IKA0/IQMfD
9:15 Church Strickland said he i
: a.m..
which were much enjoyed !i
II .cu tlPI"1WIT.
Study I Mr and Mrs C E. Cremmells. a.m Morning ) ; I 1 I! Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Baker and ,i had just left when I came }home are Rachel Norman J hi: Noru
well-known friends of the Tabernacle The Rt Rev Hammond Ii I I enjoy 'YYYYTYYTYTTTTTTTTYYTYOnly .mby
: and Mrs. \Vm I reading Mrs. Lacy Nor-
First Christian Church
with the Zol- Jacksonville! Bishop .'' Mrs. ,
and
were present recent callers of Mr I i man's column of Highland newsI
('or. Call and Christian !oit,. the diocese of
Those who heard these messages -,
lers.
.
H. Tullis of Keystone Heights. often
lmaM! Ci. ",'..Mon, :Minister will not forget them. the 11 o'clock wonder about some of the 4
soon Gainesville.
1 I I Miss Ellen Searl of folks at
Highland, what
tht.y are
Dr. John McNelll arrives next oration service. >nt the weekend at net home 111 1
Services being held) temporarilyat doing, who is sick. Well we like M
I Sunday--8th-for a week's meet- 6:30: p.m., Young 1 I and daughter, .
Mrs. Betty May tl
the Legion Hall until our new to hear from our many friends vM
i I ings. The unique messages of Dr. ice League. 'i are visiting relatives in where
building can be completed.Itihlc HOLY ('O ever they are.We .
Me Bill and his inspiring musicI
\' \ S. C.
School 1all ages) I3amMorning 1st. Sunday 11 a. are glad Barbara Stoke >.'
I needy only to be mentioned, as Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade and
Worship and Comrmiioon his day 7:30: a.m. i able to be with us again in chuu
Ihis friends are numbered by Mrs. Fannie Meads visited
11.00Sermon (
: I'RUH i sen-ices She was at prayer me 'ting -
"YOIM MINISTER"hrishan acquaintances. Ir"" Slade's sister and husband"

i A cordial invitation extended to 7:30: pm. Litany :; and Mrs. S. R Wallace at... Thursday e.t'ningand also ,
Endeavor (Young Peopie 8 Choir i 1:1. with '4' .b.
us at both
p.m. services Sunday
all especially those of no Churdi'tfflhallon. recently
i Sunday they
6.30
i .
But we missed Mrs. Jones. We FUll CASH PRICE
.
I -
-
Evening Measage "Consequences \' from Augusta Ga. Sgt ., the balanceis New Speed Control, -
St. Edward's i learned Sunday evening she has 1 _
to soon leave: for i
u< Uvlng": 7:30: expects !I
i! a verybad case of the "flu". We f New Motor
Church of God .
< 'holr Practice each Monday evening
; Mass at hope she will
:
Sunday soon be well and!
at the home of Mr and Mr i Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Weekday Mass : Cpl. William M. Davis son ol be back with us yours New Carrying Case z75o
(' W C l.ion at 7:30 All and Mrs. O. L. Davis, has gone again. 1
: singers Worship 11 a m. Evening Children's Class : We
also learned
AFTKK YOnt home burns
Fort Lawton. Seattle, Wash Sunday evening New Sew-light
welcome Service 7:30: YPE Service i I
pm. Keystone
that
1 I fur- one of Sidney Harris'"daughters the will he the
Mid-We Prayer Service! at 7:30 Prayer Meet- spending a few days (! mortgage
Tuesday : p.m. (Women's ) rat
at his home. : had just undergone first to collect on fire 5 YEAR GUARANTEE lIBERAL TRADE.IN
Parsonage Wednesday 7:31) ing 7:30: p.m. Thursday. Sunday Mass 1st, 'i her second but jour yq
A hearty welcome awaits you law tey 11 a.m. 2nd and 4th P.F.C O J. Osteen of Chicago. not learn the operation we did insurance. The balance is all

Where a visitor! is never a stranger i Sunday School 10 a.m. MOrn- Confessions before I 1 was called home by the illness;, :,. that Jeanette cause also learned you will recehe. With Each
Green is sick. We GIVEN I MacKln
ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving 7:30: his wife. Mrs. Osteen has bees : t *
p.m. in.I.1: hope these< two girls will soon bewt'lI WILL this he sufficient -ri Purehoud
Saturday 7:30: p.m. patient at the Naval Hospital amount '

and is now recuperat again. : to reimburse for t...1.BU1TOH HOLER
Church of Christ (iirurii OF ; you any -
I:4 of her parents. ; Mr. Faircloth and Gertie seem LwtLTER.DARNE0. I. /
pNTF.COS'raI.lOLIN OF LATTER: U.\ at the home tons of your equity If not. / ,
Corner 10th and :McMahon ATTACH MENT
CHURCH and Mrs 0 L. Davis. She is to be some better than they were .
Sen-ices each : take out additional insuranceNOW
Bible School- 10 A. M. Sunday School 10 a.m. \ to her many friends as : at our last writing.
sonic Hall on E ) - -- -- -- -
through
1
Preaching--11 A. M. and 7:3tr : Morning Service 11 a.m. School 10 am. : Davis and all wish her a We just learned Sunday ( Sunday I I II
MAIL (.'OITOXACME
M. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. '" seems to be our news day) that
ice 6:30: p Ill. Ever y recovery.Cpl
Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud I Prayer MI't'tlnKs'ednt'811&) Jan.es A Davis son of Mr the W. M. S of the Long Branch j I I 40X \I. 'onth St. I
eh Wednesday 7:30: P. M. night 7:45: Saturday nigh church has been STORES I nc
p.m. ,, Mrs 0 I. Davis who has discontinued for I Jacksonville( lla.
Everyone welcome. i ::45 p.m. in is about three months. We are sorr
Japan
nearly a year
H. C. WALL I I would like a FREE HOME! DEMONSTRATION: I
BAYLESS his way back to the States. to hear this for we do think these :

Ruth \'. Searl. S. A., has com folks could have done great workif at no obligation to me of the Reconditioned Singer

<,ted her boat training at Cain- they had continued in the work. AGENCY I fa $27.30. I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke by Jlr+. O. E.: Maryland and is enjoying I We learned last week that Lillian "

AAAAWAAAAVAA few days furlough, with ner par- Padgett can do pretty well I Phone 116 I Name I

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ham- : nailing on a roof. She helped
The members of FIa.'V !! 200 E. Call Street Address

--1"1"1' _" _" ,_____.,,_,,,,____. way and friends after which she will re- I Brother Conway nail the shingleson i Starke I I II
to Bainbridge to complete the one side of the roof of the City i t Phone
and birthday Friday
HELEWIS I n. IRISES Pastor ;i new church also painted the raf- .,
ing Rev A. G. training. I If K.K.Iddnv --ri -ase Send 'IkM-Itil! lire'tlon.GROCERIES I
Jefferson and Court Streets In ters and of side .1 1U1 1 111 1W lL L
The Heart of Town brated his: birthday Mrs. J. B. McCulloch spent Sun- part one of the - - -

Phones Office 231: Pastorium 130 It was also a with Mrs. Wiley Williamson building where they have th -' .- --
i I family. I shingles on the side. In fact she -_: __ : : __ '_ ...._n.-: : _. :. _. :_- :- _
r f ff f Bro. Kaines -
Jf who's
Jjjj J y.J '" jf*f"f j-j j f ff-* ** *r***-*ff ;
Misses Virginia and Gloria Wil and her mother, Lottie Starling I
Sunday Sermons 1 11:00 J A.M.: effective Feb. 22.
: 7:301'.11. were Sunday guests of seem to do about as much workas :

Sunday School 9:13 I: A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. I ling received a( beautiful many lovely Hess and Linda White. the men do. We have said all

:Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:30 P.M. useful gifts Fried Mrs. T. F. Brown and son. of the time it looked like some of

_, I _____-e flaps__"..__#...NI...___., all the trimmings are spending a few days the women around here wou'd'! Earl COOK'S MEATS
\ her son. :Mr. and :Mrs. Gordon't'est have to go to work on the bnililiitg !-
FOR FREE: TRANSPORTATION the ladies of the
\ and children at Miami and help to finish it. it seen- FEED

-Phone 26G-J on Sunday 30G on Weekdays- Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Jesse Brannen 'the men have too much other

and Edna Testone. at a Fish Fry Saturday work to do to get the church I II

-- malted: : Saturday Mr: and Mrs. Raleigh Workings. We can't see that it matters Phone 339-J 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North :
\ couple are
img and children. :Mrs. M B who does the work just so it i

home with N D's Mr: and :Mrs. Emory is done so if the women can do I
can build a the Quantity Rights Reserved Prices in This: Ad effective thru Sat., Feb. 7TTTTTTVTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTYTTTVTTTTVTTTTTTTTVTT I
and work--well it will be donranyway
Mrs Ida Parrish
Hear Paslm-llob
Grad Sunday: wishes them the I II
Veta. and Preston Net I
.
Evening Service 7:30:: P.M. I attended the ,: of Earleton We have almost enough ma- YTVTTTYTTTYyT ;

Julia Toibi of N'ew :Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Hola. Mr. terial bought and paid for on the TENDER SIRLOINSTEAK Hickory Smoked Pure Pork 'ountr) i

G. Griffis of Starke Mrs Arthur Lee Thompson. groundsto finish the church, ex- Ib
Ih
You Know Jesus? Church Saturday at Ed Long of Macclenny were cept doors, windows and flooring S sse SAUSAGE Ssc I
and few other articles
e'n It was a ,\ guests of Mrand Mrs. a little w' :

Everyone< remembers< B Wiggins.Mr. can never think about until Wl'
Don't Mi,. This Stirring Hihle I
} tended High School and Mrs Wallace Collins get ready to use them. Even

Message sears< ago.: She the weekend in Jacksonville. i tiling we have on the yard is paid MEATY I
Vfe have
friends who join in :Miss Janie Rhoden. daughter of for in full but we do need more plenty Shrimp -

First Baptist Church/ / Hampton much happiness John Blackman and James money to buy; the flooring and Ib I
1 oc
., ;'ng their home at of Gainesville were united other incidentals, therefore are NECK BONES Oysters, Speckled Perch

Bible School 10 A.M. Don Hill, Superintendent Went to see marriage Saturday night at still asking for donations so w"i II i II I

I1.T.U. 6:30 P.M. Frank Williams. ]Director be to YOU for !
Howard Sunday They were accompameu I twill looking a I1t"l and Mullet Fish

Hour of Power" Wed. S P.M. : hate both been Mrs Blackman. Mrs. Thelma tie help. i I J
i and Mrs Sunday evening we had 31 at'' HICKORY SMOKED
Harold Rhoden
V Church Dedicated) To The Winning Of The Lost Kome with i
reside Training Union-all told6 vis.- Ib
1..111bc! : Donn Chapman. Tht'y'lll
E) where! .
ery \'t'Tick but is ( Gainesville where both are em- tors and 11.100 per cent ml'rr hersfive CON 33c 7 Mm. Old Fashion CAKE: I

,1 't'd. of these'were in the Junior
Mrs juanita
F.\-hn Clark of Mrs. James Cooper and daugh- Union there were just six pr'.. FROS liNG Jar 24c

quests of their : Jay. are able to be out aftei ent in the< Junior Union We all !

('!Iuk*Sund.ly the flu. feel proud of our Juniors The TENDER; CIIIT" STEAK 01!

FACTORY FACTORY Sgt and Mrs. Bonnie Nazworth youngest only thing we are not proud of! Ib \PPETEEXER 1.

laughter: Eddy Faye !htt'r of :Mrs. Ena Nazworth. 'them for is there are some why ROAST 49c

APPROVED ENGINEERED friends and confined to her home with the fail to attend who could and can I

ville SaturdayMr infected ear and tonsils. should be in Sunday School and SAUSAGE 15C

SERVICE PARTS and Mrs H Mrs. Ollie Kelsey of Theressa Training Union. Wonder if wecan't ;

Tuesday forenoon with Mrs get them to attend There LEAN FRESH I
... ,.. .., visiting their
----- --- also few intermediatewho
----n.-- -- F. Dyal.Hampton. are quite a FRESH '
Mack Woods and
Washing, Painting Repairing, Reconditioning who are both has some much needed we need in Training Union PORK CHOPS'b 49c FLORIDAdozen I IF Ii It
sidewalks which are a great as well as Sunday School We are :
Y I N.."N.',---,.L..-..._M________ I ___ was Luke's feeling hospital fine. : to our little city. in better condition to take care I I Ii 49C

BRAKE TIRES l KiNITION. direct report on .' you Mr Mayor and Council- of them now than we have everbeen i i

TESTINGHRAKE(: :, why don't some of you come t
AND STARTER understand she men.Merle A\( Y ItEDHENS I "
Rhoden. son of Mrs. John and see what we can do for yr-u REST iIi EROS; FI

LINING: Tl'HES ((GENERATOR15ATTERIES :serious op eraUon. has been called into th$ May we look for you? Ib I

SALESAND } Most people of S Services and is stationed at 49Ci RICE Sibs
FENDERREPAIRS:: :
joyed the Dr. CARD OF TIUNKS 59CI
: ALL ELECTRICAL 1 gram l last Thursday Mrs.Leonard Inez Davis, Wood.of Mo.Jacksonville ,I I!

We wish to acknowledge our
BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE m.
; Floyd Crosby is Mr and Mrs Eugene flirt I

; week with "Flu" S Sunday dinner guests of Mr deep appreciation for everybody'shelp fiOOI SKINLESS ARMOIRS I TIN i i1C
i- ------11'- II --- ( the recent -

i.JIF" Complete Lubrication Serl' rc it really is a sick bad thong Sure to :Mrs guests George were Saxon.Mr. and After-MrS. 1: and illness kindness and death during of our Ib 33C Pork& BEANSI r I I

mother.
-a v.SS+.f.Swf..f.fSSDODGE .. _,, '1 I feel 1 better soon Geiger of Waldo. I| Mrs. Lester Gatlm I

Mr and Mrs. J. C. Adklns m
:
JOB-It\TED TRUCKS | Mr- Donald Wahlin

i WILL PAY New River Sunday.Mrs. .
Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks

_- We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs For Saw in.Lake Jessie Butler.Chastain spent Sun |! Due to so many having the flu BUTTER E Ib 69C FLOUR 25'bs' 9 .89 I

AND }{r. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson of I[ we couldn't have: our P. T A

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. TDI !lrke and Mr and Mrs. Bert 'I meeting this month. Mrs Thorn- 1 i I

- of Gainesville were Sunday ton Johns, our secretary and SLICED RINDLESS 1 LB CELLO WELCHE'S PEACHJ"R.m. i!

..* A Post Card Will '.'ts of their parents the W N treasurer is ill Mrs. Hoy SuUVi

:!! 600 Temple .\\ e. \ '-::(& & ? Phone 69 To See t'('kscns. i Ivan our 3rd and 4th grade teacher Ib iI t
BACON 33c PRESERVES'Ooz21C 1
*
".. k Mr Finch graduated from the i Li ill One parent and two teach- I

:;: YOl'R DODGE PLYMOl'Tll DEALER D. B. 'Dick1 \" of Florida SAturday. I ers were all that came. We hope
I II
with Mrs. Finch have movedto '
II! 'all and come next
.. . .--. '. ., Laptev, St. Petersburg, where Mr will be well '
- '. j month. I ._ ,," .-- < -< o' .; u--:' ::7'lit
-- --"--- Finch has a position

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rAGE EIGHT UBADFOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE. FLORIDA

MlltlaV! J.TJ\IU.- ---.. .un'..... c.. .tat_*

1 I war in Korea." Dr. Middleton Day I Starling Shooting : dente a'ld address 'e. 3:1 Eont lfth'I son ; !
Ervin Speaks However Entn added "you Can ; Scouts To Observe Sl'*.t. X"II'ork.. New York upon tht!' II day of Jncr
Y ur .. the ,.
are hereby notified that fc>r : in AU ai.j
I expect a resurgence of the Democratic i (Continued from page one) (Continued from page one) _ut for SE ."...!.

,: Party but the only way to I1.> rie t'ar.. aid: .ust..4l\ ot i in rid*, | t SKU.Hra.lf .>

(Continued from page one> II j get it U to keep the Republicans H P. Morgan, Superintendentof Mrs. Starting gave it to him but leek'With% ':,4'pot.i>ir t child.! mA.ntenAnit *nd'i to ,. ."'terk'".1'1..,' .s,,'t.Par. ..,
Open on r :
I 1 on their toes and organize strOngcommurJty.v.ide Public Instruction then apoke would not let him in He went has been fled! against you in the r.&lu ..1 '.' t't n' din :
,
through big buaineju. propaganda :I organizations." and told how Dr. :Middleton took around to the back door where hetried *t>, *e named Court *nJ ,cau* and :(......,' Ma, : -. i Lx'*,
I >ou ate required to serve a copy ofyour i the 44
and monopolistic control" unlew i!:i "It had been proven through the over the reigns of the County .1 to force his way inMrs. House Feb. answer ur plr diniE to the complaint iated i
people more In govern 1 12In on the PUiatiffa Attorney| -
participate -
and ""
) was'| Starling her daughterwere
|New Deal that the dynamic principles School Board when it I Evan T Evans 10J Law Elhance .'
ment. i scared, she said so they called !: Puildtng. Ja.ksunrille! I i
of the Democratic Party! Sl tJjtIn( / debt and brought it. '

About the low in Ervin the said November I were the solution to the country'problems !!i j I to a paying basis. Cox to come in and help them observance of National Boy and Florida file the original in the office of: .. I!

general election. "you Cox came in the front door jut the clerk of the
i said Ervin. Several scores of persons raised : Scout Week Feb Circuit Court on
7-15. the local
ran minimize defeat because of a ,, ( as Starling broke his .r b..f..ntilt': > day of March 195J.i .
4 "It is necessary we have that their hands when asked by Chap. j way in Troop 70 will stage an .th..rllll e tLe aiirciti of Midi I
:! open
popular general and the stalemate '' If You
: Have[
the back
door
have'the through Mrs
Star.
n.plaini will tve
and it is we taken as coafetsrdj I
system necessary | man how many were :Middleton house Feb. 12 at the Scout Hut _
I ling handed her .22 cal. pistol to by sunThis j ..f '
I(: Democratic Party added the babies. The BHS Band then play- j demonstrating scout crafts. ifbtice shall be published, th 4
(Cox and told him to stop him. E OR CYPRESS
once rack week fur confecuilv
high stale official. j ed Happy Birthday to Dr. }lrddJet The public is invited to attend four "' : .
Five shots weeks ia the Bradford County Tele ,
rang out in the ,
i He added that the Democratic pitch
:l signifying his 76th birthday I (the open home which will be held ., 1 Party "probably needed this Ucking'to I\ black kitchen room as SUrllr.; l'.trd this :" ilat January 153IOKK1CIAL I .
Dr. T. Z. Cason of Jacksonville r from 7:30 p. m. to S'30: p. m. St.u.i T'w
Charles Darby'Clerk
make it more awake and more : fell to the floor crying. "I will get A. ea or Small Tracts
the The Starke of
Riverside hospital delivered troop, sponsored by the Cm-uit C.mrtHy ",
moral. (even with you you'll be sorry 1.H..ul L 1'r.uhy. Deputy Clerke
\
| main address of the day. titled. the Rotary Club, will exhibit cooking 2 4t : IT !
Erin said Bradford County bad1 Tt'nitne s including Sheriff, H'r /lilY All/
', "A Full LIfe Its Rewards" handicraft and first aid during P"
paved the way in the state for ]Reddish and Deputy Sheriff Cecil 'orut: 10 tfl'tMKIB : 1.1. 11
I Dr. Cason pointed out that Dr Sewell, the Thursday night open house. rirrull ""lIrt. llrmdfvrd Cvunt ..
I{ mailer communities to become -n-i j were slated to be called before ; r TOP PRICESO
The 27 iKIorUai !. I ka.rrrp.Doi. .
Middleton set a man's char- active members of the:; "
II up the !
I[ terested in the resurgence of the! inquestHealth .:II'n Krarn.er. Plaintiff is. on ,
hej lactec as the goal in life not just troop will attend the Methodist J.ib i U ill'am Kraenirr. Defendant \ : '!. | :
Democratic Party. From this .
,' ''a full life as the final end Dr Church Sunday' Feb. S, the first C*>eNo. riolire \\ ''

.1 I said the larger communities Cason showed how Dr Middletnn Forum Sunday of Boy Scout Week. j jComposed j I \ T" J.T.pp..ar.hn \\ Ilhan. Kraemer whnaetrbidri.r 'I I a f I or Call
<> ,
would take their cue and '
preparefor
old' and address 64-17
had more than he was expected of boys 11 years is: in :
given
the next general ectlon. | Hn'ad\\ aWnudslde.. Long bloiu.t. ..f
i and above the local welcom-J! I
to, and had contributedto troop ;New York }
In conclusion Erin told the es any additional members. They i Your I T. THOMAS
life more than his share This. In Jax I are hereby notified thatsuit a
Young Democrats "What you're Monday may inquire at the Scout Hut for I
Dr. Cason said, was Dr Middle- D roroe I II | "' _
Too doing U keeping alive one of the ton's full lift and its reward. every Thursday night at 7 i j I baa I iieen filed against yon in the I I : : \ co.PIIOE .

late to Buy greatest parties that has the peopie's Six state-wide public healthagencies Cecil Sewell is St'outma.ter.1 I iUe named Court and cause and 1 h'
.
Then Dr Adams gate Dr. Mi %- :;'you are required to serve R copy of 'his. : :211! Jp
interest at heart. i will give citizens and Harry N Green assistant scoutmaster -'your' *
answer or pleading to the corn
; 0. Box 735
dleton old black
his beat-up bag i '
Residence Attorney Ceneral Ervin was introduced state officials a preview of their and Charles Kirkland,plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney !I paper ( !
BtusJaryInsurance. saying.. "Here's your bag in it Kxan: T Kxaninj Law Exchange tv : I .\ { FLA.SPECIAL. +
to the gathering by A. J. legislative proposals in a series junior assistant scoutmaster. Building Ja..kM>n\ille r.-] .. I
with all those bitter pills. Inside 't .
i F L.r ida. d.,' ,
Thomas, Jr. Young Democrats : of regional meetings the first to i I Iii
was 1000. and file the original in the office <.f ,
president County Service Officer be held in Jacksonville! Monday.Feb Turkish Student the Clerk I of the Circuit Court n

and local campaign manager fort Dr. Middleton then rose In- 9.Agencies. ..r !".-f..rtthe $ day of M.II, : -

stead of of himself he 153. otherwise the allegations
thinking
Inquire now :rvln when he ran for the post he invited to send representatives -jul Ci>n holds in 1948Guy thought of someone else as he fe..,...d by you.
now to the regional meetings Educators Here
always had done When he spoke, This notice shall he 1'11101.1'!;; ,
Charley E. Johns Andrews, program chairman include the Florida State'' one each week fur four nin ''i'\\ < I ) t
he lavished praise on his wife who wi--k in the Dradf'ird Cunty" i
introduced visiting guests Board of Health and County'
gral.hI..d
Agency and state county and city officials. stood by him during 53 years of Health Departments, the State Beginning Monday Feb 9, two this 2 daj of K..l>ru.trt !l' 1 1'w

Phone IS STARK YL'.a. Jerry Gay and Jerome Johns married life. Tuberculosis Board representingthe Turkish educators will live in pri- (:i IU'F'll'iti.SE.iLl.'hail.-.i( Clerk ..t the Ci'.irt, t'u'1'i't t \ 9 Piece

gave reports on membership and Dr. Middleton ..aid. "The major State Tuberculosis Hospitals rate homes In Bradford County i!i l'y Marian: L Crosby, Deputy t'J It rk
-
share accomplishments goesto Ii 4In .
... .. finances my and County Tuberculosis and and work with the Bradford County i

... More than 160,tickets were sold the" woman who" has stood by Health Associations the Florida Health Department for a period I| linulc <...urt of riorlila IaaklhJudlrlal : BED ROOM a
.
me all these years. irrulf In and fur llrailford 1
... .... to the dinner while mor. than 200 Crippled Children Commission the of one week i!II if Ctuinlj 1
Rev W E. Hall led the crowd in I f .
MAK \IMU.KIS IIXMMUNDM: -
\ :
persona have signed membershipaids Florida Branch of the American This will continue for three
to Group
THE
irwntlne TRAVELERS. Hartfor K 1 JJ. II.\ UIII\\I.: \ her hii-l.c.i! Phone :
in the Younj) Democrats singing Cancer Society, the Florida Mental weeks with two different students I'IaintiLIt..- JXMK.SL. I'llII.I.ll. -Starke:: Fla.
-- Rev L G Hemingway closed the 'iTKri.ui riiii.i.ir.N. n.." in: : 'i.\u -------*-------------- ,
Health Society and the Florida each period They will observe''
with the benediction JnHVSOX: and ,:I-I'HE l : J. 'ii:;-":\
program Anti-Mosquito Control Associa how a health program is an essential her husband D.-fe'nl.mtNullrr -.

1 prayer tion.All part of rural education 1 he bate Of florid Of *uil Was 159-95 -- Sale/ Price 139-95
WINKLER% ELECTRIC Many then congratulated '
SERVICE
persons i To James .. .
these agencies have a primary These students are of a group 1. I'h.llqxh.. -"- ail
Dr and Mrs Middleton The 'dreand r'-''id.-ni is unknn and
interest in the health and of 25 Turkish educators 21 men i It..ulah Phillips, now lU-uUh Johnson 1 HKI!) 1\AMTV STo01.11'.1NIT1' .
afternoon-long basket took ,,
spread welfare of the citizens of Florida and four women elected by the and lii-.irg.-: John"i. uho.rreMdrrce 1 SPRINGS(;
place on two blocks of table? i, and address is cub Vt'i'menl -
ZENITH and it is believed that legislators Ministry of Education of Turkeyfor ',| $tirrt. I.... Ang..".-. CalifoiniH CIIKST 1- I.TIlnssIBEU
PL--- I'o't'rf'd'Ilh home cooked! food
: It :appearing from ',
city and ccjinty officials, eight months of intensive plaint' af-
It was truly quite a day fldaxit in the al-.\e ent it.I...T ...ulse 1 SPHE.UI'IJ.J.WS)
xtt '11k RADIO and dtizt'r.sill be interested in study in a workshop on rural that the defendant Jain.s I. I'hil

t : what there agencies expect to re- education under the supervision lips. Itrulith Phillips. n"w >;,uahJohnson -- ." .
Q t aid tieoige Johnsi.n. h"l i
County Commission quest 4Jf> the 1953 State legislature of Dr. Kate Wofford of University husband, residi outside i>f the :Stan : i.
AND
;,' of Florida, that ea. h ,.t sail d- r'U
in order to meet needs and expand of Florida and sponsored by' fendant- over the age ..f II \.ai .

[ TELEVISIONSales 'jibe fnlted Stales, and that then' I'i
Seventeen counties including tion. z
not censuring the newspapers. no person within the State of Florida b

4 ti The resolution was aimed at SRD Bradford will be represented inI upon whom "..r\"I|,-r of print s'
s I 1.6 I i( would bind said abxent defenda-its

I' N member Powers for making such the forum to be held in Jacksonville Building Permits 1; It is. therefore' KDKHKI 'h..!

'false' statementsVesiern in the ballroom of the the defendants, James I.. Phillipj -,
e,4 { j IteuUh Phillips, now Iteulah John
In
and Service \ 1'nion DiscussedThe George Washington Hotel at 2-5 Lag January i > r


Western Union agencv- p.m.These There were no building permits TODD r 1 e
I' ," ,. commission discussion took over are your organizations I
issued during January, accordingto
J2I \. Temple A> e. PHONE[ : 166 Starke, Florida another part of the Commission I and a welcome invitation is extended D. W. Carpenter city building ELECTRICAL SERVICE:

I to all interested citizens i
meeting with C. W Wheeler of.. :
'i to attend. Many have already indicated inspector. .. All
Tallahassee :
representing Western RADIO & TELEVISION wa
'' However two permits totaling i _
Union appearing before the five- their intention of being' $13.000 were issued this week Under REPAIRS ,;.sa You Need For
do not Y r
Individuals who
man bodyMr 'piesent 1 construction. One Your Itedroom
0 0 0 : February ? *
have transportation are requestedto t er''
( Wheeler stated Western was for a $10,000 permit for a All woik done lK-ally and
call Mrs. J. R. Wainwright or '
Union in Starke was operatingat Kite. residence, while the $3,000 permitwas Guaranteed; l for 6 Months .. Similar to above picture
Mrs J R.
AMKI.lV and Aialea Plant tot .'"U 14.\1.ECard 'luildnig ma'"" ,i"- a loss. The agency is operated issued for construction of a
sale Nice bushy aaalea aeirrati t riling floyruig. framing and' in Koch's Drug Store. filling station. IS Hours to Week Ser>'ictr \ SMALL DOWN PAYMENT( : :: WILL DELIVER THIS
varlrtler 4n. <*( e.rh s to Midintf, wind. tno ft our" Ai->
ft blooming 4inelU |!.aO and Brit Hall l lip 1 The School Board Okays EARL!
Foreman and > il.en Sunoco commission delayed a con- \OTH: TO U" "": Ut DAGEX. MRI-I TO rOt It 1I0 1E. COMK; IN TODAY

Station up 2(p r i' 1 t'III'XI' In nu .ii 'roc-des eight; Crete decision on the issue until Dividing Its Insurance I !. flrrult ('..nrt. Ilradford County
"Int-Miii In Chaneerr.Evelvn .
a1:011'11..1 ( butch, Udlen top teat
TTTTTTVMMTTTTVTYTTTVVTMATTRESSES 3ira, t' It iieanl phone t>r!. Q: (,, they make a further investigation H F.amhm.i. PlaIntf., \ .
School Joseph Uainl'ino Hefind.intVotler .
Besides --
paying and The Bradford County -
_
approving ,, .. .,
\ .
Felt HtT.lIr: fur- -- --
loan n.tlage -- ----- -- -
nUhrd at Klngsle Court on King.; routine bills, the Commission: 1- Board :Monday decided to split up To ippear -

OF ALL KINDSRENOVATED try I-ikr Uoad ln>|Uiie K: Nuer'itUlKvr. ordered placing a Bulletin board its $9.000 annual insurance business T" jiis rph| Ramlnno, w II.. r-

f KniKsi' ) "..un. Itox 1JI HP on the main floor of the courthouse three ways at its monthly SAT. MON. ONLY


I \\XTEI-H..lulol. Negro maid : 2-Deiaved decision on a meetingFormerly. W. C. T. U.

with health .ml forhoutrwu general proposal by the Home Demonstration H C Wall and Charley '

k in M'houlhome t'iu'b"r Club to put a Coke machinein E. Johns insurance agencies' Ullini IW.O11.1.. VOl -- -
,, (loud waeH. .hurt bouts.Sri TAKE* .
5eorKe Si-hrafft Laura St the court house until representatives had divided the County school
FURNITUREItruphoUtrml "r rail Itt-J itp of CIIHIST BRIVGs .\rSn.\\
the Club come before policies
I RKLNGSTlUfilC C
LIFE LKjrOR
Ladies
and Felt \I.I--lIn. Io.\hy bed Koodlondtlhm the: Commissityi in person: The School Board admitted the Panties

Sri lifolKt* he.tffer, DEATH.CIIKIsT .
Refinished' 3-voted to set bonds of chairmanand Conner Insurance Agency as a
I Laura M 1.. or tall l"-i! :Lti> :1' i3.Si.E1'.A :! BLESSINCt1
BRIXO>
secretary of Bradford County divide the
I1ASTIXOS MATTRESS CO. third company to policies -
,... Itrfl. tg.nitor H.UK.II l !!. | Hospital Board of Trustees at uqnm BRINGS WllET-
n4l1 230: I'abtka 1-1.. I I KriKldalie 7 ft 1I'tIIlhh..d. IonksIlkr three ways.
I new I !rilllio. h ft Irjllll-hfll $5.000 and for that group to use 111f.nStSs.
.V VAJVUAAAA AA II I |.>oks like. Ii.-\\ I .I'lo-hx. Shelxadore. the CHRIST BRINGSXENM CmtI-TI... 3 LIMIT
County Commission room for
I.1:T J. II OIIOM. Jll I .K.i*> na-lnni machine.lovk New Time AnnouncedThe IJQtOK BRINGS:
II"III..: Ill It I liktII' vs Mllltllt iialagrIt I their meetings: 4-Advised Clerk

nrn.K IMI uoiis .UK ,Charles A. Darby to buy a chair Florida Highway Patid! KECKLEM.sNE.sM.: : OUR REGULAR 29c
l 1.1.-
DEPENDU)11.iTY
CHRIST BRINGS -
I FteOal. iarkrdarodir: F'Itt'iT--'I\: \.' 1"11h"u,.,' and i desk two filing cabinets and two 1 announced its examine! will
t.al.r.tllle tarh: FrtdatFOlt bath 0'1! Tenth $t 10\ :\I..k's Fruit LIQUOR BIUXGSIRREsIMNsIBILITV
Stand See :Nick S ',,1> a month lip| ;pads for County Judge T. A he in Stark. Monday: fr u u. 2 n sito LOTS OF COLORS

Tilt lU'lHiKT-MlNOKI; : Bride Yawn: 5-purchased 21 brooms 5 and Wediiesdon
100 Engraved WedJliiK Invitation FI\It laXT-I''lrabl. 3 room nicely pin (FI..ORlO.GOOn XEWs).
from the Lions Club for
the
use in
1 furnished
on fine rag-iut nt paper apartment. New Du- 9 a.m ti' 12: noon
only au 11:1: Bradford Count ro-therm heater Electno kitchen county propertyprofits from the
Telegraph tf Take left traded road at Call St.
bridge. 1 mild to my alien on left brooms go towards paying fur

Felt ItF.XT--Offl.. over lUrt t.'ur- aide of road. Iu. Carl Wynn county children's eye glasses, and
ntture Storr. 1'houe 11 or 107. Apartment, lit 1 Itox :-C. tt
If 6-postponed action on paving ,)f

SALESMAN W.XTtI-\\'hat are Scout Hole Rd. and Brooker s THEATRE SCARVES
FOIL KKNTK.'iit' 1..dr..11furnl h. !i your plans for I I''i3"; .V oodItawlelKh I flC
rd h..U.... 3 Mocks f i ?m d.iXii' Itusinesis hard to curbs and sidewalks STARKE
timn with large shied) yard. Mrs | 1 beat opening in nearby 1....HH>.
H J l'.." II nit. $r.. 5JTV.. "'11.101'\ I| \\ rite at ..II.'" to Uauln hs 11"I'! I
I'hone IH.J. 11..111 .'.FAArj: Memphis. Tenn
lill ? .; Council Dedicated To Community Service I .
City
i I I
-
X
volt 1tINTFuntfahr.t i ,>r unfurnI "Moviea" Are Better Than l\er" 36" 36"BRIGHT
>hed aI'Arun..nt. prn al" bath. TEX: Ai'KEs, OF LAM and hour.
1'.-.",.. ..r leil. all -.n\enlenoe*. clonelu. i n. rth-nor'hwest ,.f Starkbout
de"lr hlr Alto duptet and ,',.1. I ):jOO will finish n WIll sell f..r continued from page one I If YOU find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
lag \\'. H :Nollmsn. :01 W. Mad- ':.:1)1) I'l.nti. t <: 1 I. K.-r--\ Ki PRINTS
Icon If :. Marke, Fla .n 1 unV K: M .Vn Council rescinded their action ot cut- ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat.

I derson. Station A, l'.t ,."
> l i lirerh
Jan 20 the contractto
in awardmg
$.".}:- Copperskin Sweet Polato Kla voIi
seed and impro\ed noft grr.ncane the Burton Walker Construction ., Feb. 7 ONLY Tues., Wed. Feb. 10 11 LIMIT

eed .'. I'. Hodges, lit :. RADIOS REPAIRED Co. of $4,115.27 in widening Jeffer- III G. DOUBLE FEATURE .
111 i3, Stul" :tp :: I i'
All Makr .%ll Xudrl son St between Walnut St and I.. r /t TOBACCO 29' VALUE
-.. Itraxtaakle ekanra cmaraatredcm w(E
."nLIHrl s liiole. goal vdliton n- CKY
e. ('. OIHTIIKHIITM Temple Ate.Reason RD
,
$:S. See after i p.rn1'1 iota
W. 'all 0|. large \\JJ.1. "AUJOIII lit
Pl.'s !
No S. :NollniJii; Al"- lipONE for their action was be '

: SMAU4. YEI.IeHi t''v'W. part .\\XTF..Gradualf' nurse or cause the increase over the original I APT'VE' QF1. ROADS'LLY

Jersey. l>..ik (rt'ltllt... anJ pan licensed practical for general bid and the Council wanted to call kID' _
.d tail l.. white, butt headed, duty DiK-tor'f Clinic Hospital. THE YI' SEE OUR NEVMen's
weighs' between SO* and eO0 Ib- J01V.. Call St. siarke.. Fla tt for competitive. bIds. \ '
With Dana Andrews and Gene
II' :N" 16:!? tall sh..IU'' office .. Fire IVpartment heardFire AND
FOR SALE i !< x UCon '
.a"
Slat Triton I: .
IMrVed up on .
lIu.t oulsldr .,( 'lty l.tmlt ll.-htc crete HI., k Ho ea. h. Plenty of Department Chief D U' r Tierney
Mortar Mix and Vraent It."d-I 1 I !l

,.,.XTKI*-Oo..d farm hand. KOIH! ford Engineering ,'..mp.n,. Khone, Carpenter appeared before the 1-ff'W} : n,1\\ t\, Also '"B.- or Not To B v" Cartoon

pa y ulth house. liithix wood. milk U "',,;: Council and asked for the Council VJ a1Jl Plan Latestorld NewsOLIX
Aid garden spot furnished New |f !: Department
( C..ue 1.411. Furrow to pay for the firemen a membership -
work
tractor and equipment to
with ran work 5 .>r < days a wool zu .: I* into the Florida State Bre tbat
4 N
the bear around On HlKhwj) tiState er.eryAaalea men's Assn send all ,
Farm IM J n \\hite Ktt plants l>ran>'h-d and well,, regularly paid
rooted II inch U4: cents ra.h Lar ,i'firemen to the Florida State Fire W. WHITE
: Bus :3. Marke. Fla. PpPill t)
tar 1.1.1:11" :!5. -itK -"5.- and II each :
Heletejereialra tiarde.aPaultne College in Ocala for one week, in- ) Mens
KENTModern: bunualow furnse I
1 Dungarees 2.19
.J."t icy boy Itra.op..h.' It.a U<. ark KarlfV.n.( .llins Fla. 1 stall a larger | ater tank in their I I
to adult r..U.le V Oi rJ l'luII larrot tsU1\O "
Trot mile. north f S SOI Inquire at old ensine. and install the street ) Cartoon Thur.. Fri. Feb. 12, 13
";i PROTECT TOl'U SECfniTIES siren on of the StarKe Armory and Chapter' 15 "Black Hawk"
J A J Ue.taurant. UjvtMl > top

m-i laT- Ni ...!) fnrntihJ haft-r Fireproof. Urge Protects, heavy Setnrlty duty steel Boz.beautiful. Total cost of the proposals was Serial SKCTMUU* A YD(11( >Rf I III Mens Khaki Pants 2.88 g

on Lafayette St Imjulre 71" Lttatrlte box J10 IS plus tai; Bradford estimated at $?92: It was: ur.anjmousl -
. SIp :-d I Court Telegraph J. T. QUIGLEY
... tf approved. _.. ilia..

x""' HOfSRKKKrKK T.t\- SteaJv FOIL SALE-5 acres 17 bearing pe t! Conner Denied Insurance -.{ <. IUNI
:ss .inpl">'n> "it I' ril\t |>er...>n .\ '- ,'*n tr-.-. Curtis. good house Sun. Mon. Feb. 8, 9 e'.J __ Mens Sox 25c Mens Briefs
39cWe
ph .t ..n.-e Kl U It'". h,. M.'t.-l It.-hg: facing Highwa) "01, S rrilek on, Lucian Conner of the Conner ana '\ '

Jat highway from Mirkr.. Pnoe Conner Insurance Co appeared before ( J. DDOIAH
asaS: I.ClST.id itath anJ wrt,t band I |J :50 .\ O. Sumner. ls :53-tJ. .
' unta\ Jan :?3 Reward if rr-. Starke. .'1.. Jtp :J 13 the Council asking for ....
T Quiy ".'hlt ;I 1 I ;! 1 .
turned to Mr- J un .:1..n'.7 j I one- urd of the City mouranrcbusiness Exchange We Refund We Satisfy

I.OgT'alr of ljJie s tU s>e s with iiHOOM ..t ITt: : along with H. CV'au ana I4 .- COIII
=;;; dark brown plaster frames in Muera LH'1T\\ f.NFOKTrVATE: iMUCl'M' i'Charley E. Johns the
::::- agencies MYBt ttlWEfA
: adford t\xin'\ STAX,'ES. rather than adship.
taunt t. recrate
;:|:55i r:$ Telegraph> or MrS r. IVnriArV We will srl to s .",v prm4ent -,- The County School Board asI d: Tllff $V Ali

lip resident in thisecti. J5.j I YN VIII DIa.
nILXIXIW 1\W )X TYPEp DOTlOfln
run BEST FurnUhrd gar irnrtnteit. .. IM per cent wool Frets T. \Ing agreed to the policy .. 1rd

.-- KIng.lev Uike.raulm Mma room Suite. Chance to own fiiei Councilman Jackson suggest MITn 6AYNOR B r IN THE Ems's.n
&: Torod i>r CaU III.a i guile for price ..cheap .n.. Firn(
i !I'FC'awrrD pay small amount down and ser ; the algm. this practice butt : aer n t .. A MJUMOWIT RCTUKMuMquii"
; rral monthly 'A.m..nd.tr.... .I LC'E L Et'FJi1t Jt) .t'rI'tu
\ t both Lawson and Hazen: wanted t. -A
'rn "I'"_)(nu..r In cur I WHOLESAI.K. DEPT 111 ()\.law 147 S%'. CALL ST. STARKE FLA.
limit .>f j'ulc. bed.nnatse'hean I aha Av... Ocala. FU and vr. willwhere wait until all five members wen Cartoon and Lat. Plus -Littlest Expert on Preie ,

for .sh. James Rnsi.r a.1\'iae to see suite" I present. >t World Xe\\*. dents" ( ). 1 h ..._ .. .. _

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