Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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U.! 7, Library Pit History

I Third Army Commander I'BRADFORD


I: Visits Camp Blanding Official County Established In 1P79 I

VOLUME SEVENTY-FOUR STARKE n..oRlDRlD..U'. -_-.- --- ----- ----- --
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I On SignificanceOf i .4 L: Turkish Educators Study Cooperation IOOth'a Q} -TVOVill---- -\-- -- -Face---- -

His Visit I. Of School And Health Programs Member ,.. Crandiury

I .. \t ':"iues's of Brad! li Cou'v: th!>: M.n.1athe SMrke RouCiJD Signed ", "' N

amp BUnding : '" ""* week Ihsan Keir.alVon. On
are Aytac and and the Woman Club On Monday Death
; ubj-- tIlt .h .. '.' ." Charge
inu t" .4 "
of of
two a T.
'. group they attended a pre-!" ls.I' by R. ) !
'i trea prov.de.j 't< '
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ertu. ators from Turkey who arecpezdxig tire forum in Jacksonville whub
: thought this we-* i-" I" U .
a year in the United was held for the of Credit : M-! i
purpose a. _
!I... A II Boiling ('.'UI.' anduijfeneral Slates and Canada They were quaintinp Legislators ... 'C :-:.il 1.....'. J: I:.IU ','.
and the
of the Third A1! :,. "*'Ii! : ,, .
Edu- : : :: v\i- ,
selected .
by the Ministry of public with the work and financial] UnionJ. ( uib. : \ .
headquarters in Allan's JM rt S ation of Turkey to come to this needs of the official and voluntan .1 -:\- :: 1 1't "

unannounced visit to the formeWorld 4 % .' ,'untry for intensive study in a health agencies in this area. One ''unt V" ")r<)n r's Jur \ \l'.

War II mfantr 'nun ne, '. 7 '..iiK-i .!._:. _.... .b
'- workshop on rural education of the educators remarked in regard C. Fogg.l lelt. U 'Jiown ahtl\, regMering. K. L Leo of Marki as > t :' : : it'o

has- last Friday morningA'rompanird sponsored by the Ford and Rocke- to this forum "Now we see the KMith ineiiilH-r of the Trail Kidce t redit I nion :.ce:: Starling. 41. n.f.;

b)' two aide
Although they began studying On Februar 2. R L L<-e o: i. si i; ,' ', ,
: <> \ tU r. wah > Mrs Starling
Engineer Corps colonel .the threefctar been at the University of Florida "waa feloni.".>. >
general flew into Green Cov.. .Piar1 i M>nuie I'tutc by the Telegraph since last September This week' English only two months ago Starke was signed up by J Cfrogg .'aded b\ 1'1 n.ll1t'ul fcl\eielt: Fox present at the time Starling A '-
they get along well with the of the
very secretary-treasurer Other members of the Board were killed
Springs Friday morning and ba<'kti I.t. (it-n. .\. K. Hulling, commander Third .\ml is grafted b)' Adjutant visit here is for the purpose of language and hUe little difficulty, Trail Ridge Credit Union as the T. II Ca.n'Y.'j'e President J. C on Feb 1 the all -. .:

Atlanta the same day (iener.il .Mark U *. Horidi National Guard, his observing the methods by which coroner's jury found. Both ,\<\
Lane upon atria ; in carrying on conservations. 100th member Mr Fog!;, who is Fogg. Secretary and Treasurer. B and Mrs

General Dolling was greeted at for a brief \isit at ( amp Blanding last Friday morning. schools and health departments Since part of their assignment office manager for the Humphreys F:. McLeod, and W J. Siprelle. leased from Starling have beer: n

the Blandlnjr main gate by Maj worfe together toward a common ( Gold Corporation, county jail unde:
expressed great The neBoard
: is to live in homes where they ,. of Directors 1,500
Gen Mark W Farms He of from 60 to 100 this They bonds They will face thr
Lance State Adjutant camp near Penney ing ground objective in community. can ob"eTAmeri'an family life satisfaction over the rapid growth elected at the annual meeting of

General; Col Ralph W gave the impression that his visit thousand infantry troops duringthe are studying the general organization -: of the group. the members held in asfu'lows grand jury when the spring t.-i'
January is
while here
this week Mr A tac i is of
Coopr. Jr State Quartenraster. last Friday was merely for purposes ; -i I last war. has been undergoing of the health department > I 1 The Credit Union is a State circuit court convenes he-
''I staying in the home of Mr and 27During.
and U Col.! James A. Griffin. of familiarizing mm.self with extensive rehabilitation during the' and how it cooperates with offi- chartered organization which promotes T H Carey, President: C. W
Mrs. Felix Sapp. and Mr Ustun,
Tamp Blanding commander, all of Blanding which he had not had past year. Its railroad spur has I cial voluntaryassociations. : systematic saving and give Thomas. Vice President; J C last week's four-h> I'

the Florida National Guard. an opportunity to visit since he been rebuilt, a telephone and tele-' The two visitors have had a I is staying with Mr. and Mrs '' loans to members at an exceptionally f ogg Secretary and Treasurer; J.'i long inquest into the slaui. ;

Jacksonville Military District became commander of the Third graph building constructed, and the busy time here this week In addition Eldon Sapp. both of the Heilbronn.I i,i low rate of interest. The B Bunch and C E. Dexlin TlOmmlttet'3 \\*& Mrs Starlings husband. I u >I

representatives were also present. Army about a year ago. habilitatIOn of utilities electnc \o observing immunizations; Springs: community i I Credit Union at the Camp Bland- which are very important "*sses were questioned bSt.i't! ,

Including J. B Rowland project Immediately after his arrival. lines, sewage disposal water system and other work earned on by the Next week two mewbers of the I!img f mine, has grown from an ideain to the operation of theCiedit Attorne T. E. Duncan Count ;

engineer on the present rehabilitation Gtn.. Boiling the .National Guard etc is nov in the final health department in the schools group will be sent here to replace September 1952, to a strong or- Union are the Credit Committee Judge T A Yawn presided 1-

work now nearing completion I' stages of completion Purpose ot they have been guests at the Mr Aytac and Mr. Ustun whc gamzatlOn of 100 mt>mbt'rs'Uh composed of C. J Fend, coroner The jury considered t'i.I '
officers, and civilian engineers went this work. the Army says is to put will return to Gainesville 1 I total savings to about testtmon .
at RIandint J. J Kopreski.rhfrf Children s Committee meeting amounting rick. Chairman. W M Beam an.1 I an hour and a half h<
into an hour and a halt longcon-
the stand-by basis caseIt : fore
camp on in 13000 II Q Hall The Supervisory Corn returning its"t"rdlct tint h.

engineer division; M. A ference in the Blanding officersclub should be needed for the truinuv Starke RotariansWill Tae organization or this Credit mittes is composed of J C. Gray,1E i sawmill worker met hl11",1' ;'
Spooner.I'hlef real estate division
: on Kingsley Lake Emergingfrom
9f'sPolaroid )
of: troops. Florida Union was carried out under thel S Ueebe and J II cnltt)'. through a criminal act
and A II Brown chief construction the conference, which was II
The f1md.1ational Guard itn I
Eat Starlinp'I.AII ..I.", "-. .
diuslon! all of Jacksonville closed to the press the General has control of the reservation ana Shrimp near --P. --- U"UL A.VKT 1111.

T1 was Ceo Boiling's first visit said, "It has been a very fruitful has its maintenance IOl.1 tel) midnight on Feb 1 4* it'

to Camp Blandihg. but if it held j visit I'\e learned lot." He was there. shops With KeystoneMembers Final Rites Tuesday For P. L. Bridges Corner broke in a the tavern rear door of PegRV '

any spe<'nl significance he wasn't hen taken on a whirlwind lOipec- Project Engineer Rowland jays operated by M i -
of the Stark Rotary
Starling, his
saying: In pie-Woild War II days I lion of the rehabilitation work be- that presently authorized rehabilitation I- wife six miles ;s.1:
I Club will eat shrimp Fnday nightas 1' un rat eri'es wee: neld Tur.s Hridpes has tak.'n a", acme fiiUr of Starke at Hampton
he was stationed in this area ascommander (Ole making his departure around Junt'i-;
projects are now al>our 80 '
guests of the Kestone HeightsRotarians day afternoon at 3 i> ,'I!lock n thf st in chun and iisic atlaira: lie died in Alachua Genera! II. ,
then a Major* of aCCC i oon per cent compMe. with Api !u 29tentatively '
I The supper is a pay. First Methodist rnurcli for Paul Besides serving on the Council for pital at 4 '02 a.m., Feb. 2
Civilian Conservation! Corp Camp Blanding once th tram- set as completion d.11 t'
1 I off affair resulting from a three- Lang Bridges Sr 67. member ot .:e\eral terms he was a member of Mrs Starling owned the :

months attendance contest which the Starke City Council anJ a retired tht' Bradford County Democratic calibre death
weapon. whnliand "I.>
BHS Office
I I was won by the Starke Club. t,i railroad employee.Mr Executive Committee and had. Cox claimed in their te.sti: on 1.

New Soil ConservationistTakes Entered Again The supper will be held in the' Bridges who had been in de- served as its chairman, he was a at the inquestVas used in sen

I i I Keystone'oman's Club tonight I dining health for the past several member of the Board of Steward defense.As .

Bradford High School was i )ears, died late Saturday, Feb. 7, of tIre Methodist Church, and a'(
i Friday i at 7 It is told
p.m. a stag at the
Over Here Feb. 1 16th \ ransacked for the second time in affair Guest speaker will be I I in a Jacksonville hospital after an member of Selective bervice Local' the shooting goes inquest like the this"t.>!i.'of i.

two months last j, illness of two weeks. Board No. 18. lie
Thursday night was a member
Ken of Mrs ,
Guernsey Jacksonville a | Starling and her dauj ht,-
i Born in Live Oak lt of the Masonic
Sheriff P. D. Reddish reporteda on April > loa ;e, the Order of Mrs
",' past president of Rotary International Dorothy
Leon Conner.. chairman of the 18S5. he was the son of The taLe the Eastern Star the Kesler an employ
Bill : break-in similar to a Dec :5 incident Lions: of the
Bradford Soil Conservation District : Rex and University of Florida. wei.
!. was reported to him Fri. Mrs( John Miller Bridges Club and the Brohert.OOu o" Locomothe -
Board of Supervisors has Haasyears I! His father was OfOf the firstMethodist Engineers t i riding with Earl Cox. Alvin Hi>'k ,
day by BHS Principal C. S. Par- I and
announced to the Board that William >, New SubdivisionCounty ministers in Florida. Surviving Ray Cox during part of I ih
tin : besides his
Minute: Ph-.ius th wife, are Sunday
-- oy afternoon the ,
S. Haas, a conservationist shootingcurred. "
in Ocala he was transferred i Vandals broke into the secre T-Lcg! ( spit i Mr. Bridges retired about ten L two sons Paul L. Bridges, Jr., of .
for the will the] Surveyor H. A. Anthony They gave Ray rtdc
8CS a
to the Jacksonville area as soil! j tary's office by removing: the I years ago after 36 years as an engineer Charleston, S. C. and Harold L.'''to'
: ,dutitf at conservationist for Brad-1!. Young Jeanne Carol Pollet isji j reported Feb. 7 that he has completed I Peggy's Corner arriving thereabout
scientist doing soil survey work molding adjacent to the locksideof with the Seaboard Air Line i Bridges of Jacksonville; two broth.;
I' [ i pictured above with: of .
ford Soil Conservation District on1 six pints a survey of Bradford | 9pmCox
in the counties of Northeast Flo- the door. Prying the lock witha Railroad. lIe moved to Starke1 er!!. Virgil O. Bridges of Sdtne'f',I
the new Florida 90 strawberries Heights a brand new subdivision I .' ... went there .
February 16. Mr Haas will sue-1 I I about 15 ---- -- to catch a hu
'I ago from Ocala aft-,
J. rida For the he has crowbar completed the break. years 1l1l1U.6t'orge linages of Jacksonville
past year -
trans1fening I grown on the farm of her grand- located east of Starke. Owner ofi I to Jacksonville
ceed Geoige Brown who is been conservationist in the Union in. t ir living m Jacksomflle, '.amp".! where he was en,
to the job of soil scientist I|'I County Soil Conservation District. | The vandals entered the principals parents. Mr. and Mrs L. U. Mor the 20lot property is W A. Bes- and Waldo. } Funeral services were conducted I played in the shipyards. He s:.'

for Northeast Florida. i i I Mr and Mrs. Haas and their office via Mrs. Lois Moore's gan.The sent.The I His first wife. Mrs. Ida Lavender;! by Rev. T. G. Mitchell of the First I in a car to wait for the bus K
i I Morgans are growing Flo. subdivision is located was said.
After graduating from the Universlty daughter Sandra, will move from !! office. one; Bridges of Flovilla, Ga.. died in, Method ,t Church. assisted by Rev
i :i rida 90's exclusively this year and quarter of a mile, east of the) I Mrs. Starling and her
of Florida in 1919 with a | Lake Butler to Starke next Tuesday I, Assistant Principal LaM Gibson -, I 1937. and two years later he married / L D. Hames of the First Baptist daughterwent
are pleased with the yield and Starke city hints the south : to bed
B. S. in Soils Haas was assignedthe !: rfhd will make their home on { reported to the sheriff that ( Lillie McRae of taJ ke, who, Church.. Interment ws in Crosby J I and were awakened
quality of the ne.'ariet). They side of Road 261: known as the survives him. I hake i!about 11 o'clock by Claren..
duty of assistant 'soil scientistin the John Pearce place on the his office was entered and rifled ; Cemt'taunder the direction
: I have 70.000 plants (five acres) and Blanding highway i Starling i who
the Ocala area After two 1 Lake Butler road. in the same manner. I I I Since coming to Staike Mi cff the DeWitt C. Jones jo'unerall wanted to get in
-- the bushes are beautiful large i! Home i I After giving him his coat.
Masonic Mrs
i The school vault was and I ntej were administered
County Agent And Conservationist vandals took three senior class and full of fruit. Michigan Trailer Hitch Firm at the grave Starling became frightened, she
Locates j
I :i rings, valued around $45. Entry in- The new berries are easily distinguished -: Active pall) bearers were J. K.{!said, when he still wanted en
from the Missionary : trance. Mrs
Kesler then
fto the vault was easily made, as Wainwright, Jas JT Lewis H summoned
Discuss Programs At Club variety by their longer length and I P. Cox from the
Rotary Morgan, car where he
: the door was in Jacksonville for:'smaller girth. First Outside Warehouse In Starkehitch and c Guy Andrews. Gene Con?,'was sleeping and he came into

repair from damage inflicted on s. Par n. the
G T Huggms. new county agricultural hou.'Ie.
it in the Dec 5 robbery.

agent for Bradford COlin.t Negro Scout I j I Other than the rings. nothing BHS Cagers Plav : Jut why would a trailer manufacturing company j Death Claims'h..n; Mrs Starling gave Cox her gun

." William Michigan locate its firs I Starling came Into the
) -i Haas, new conservationist else was taken although somt :; warehouse outside that state
I in Starke? house Cox fired and Starling
for the Bradford Soil Troop Organized : things were disturbed.Sheriff's Williston Tonight According to Bob Firth. one- j Brazilian Consul fell mortally wounded Mr

Conservation Distr.ct. were guestspeakers I officials were linkIng Kesler and Cox ,
iran labor force summoned .i
at the Rotary Club Wed The membership of the Boy i j the Dec. 5 and Feb. 5 events. Lasf The boys and girls basketball of the Draw Tite [ambulance and
Co. of t notified the
( Belhille, Mich, Ut'ul-I'lue Oswaldo '
Scout No one reasons de Miranda.
nesdayEach Troop iI. sponsored by December, seven doors were removed -.. teams go into action tonight \:1: | sheriffs officewitnees
i i 6 -
Starke Brazilian
American Legion Post No 314'' is centrally located consul in Jackaon-
from their hinges the the W lliston court after handing
speaker gave a brief description 15 I' m the third postal zone encompassing 'i'ie ror the past year, died Wed- appearing at the inquest
rose to at its second meetingtthieh !i vault door tampered with and Green"Cove Springs boys and were E. L.
of the program carriedon : Florida, i "?dav! Jan. 28, go-eat a fillinx
was held at the home of the combination ruined. girls setbacks ; Georgia Ala in a Jacksonvillei
by his office here. and some of I Tuesday night. The i station employee to whom thetragedy
I II bama. and South Carolina after illness
Scoutmaster Aaron Holley I .. an of three
I j girls won, 3924ith tI'
handily the
the he I was reported, OiarVMooty.
things hoped to accomplish Another ia rtton'h.s! He
This reason Draw -Tite H resided at
for Lawtey
troop '
boys war subs
Mr Huggins stated that declining :!f V/ieland TransfersE playingmost of the game boss usually drove through Starke : "* rji-.- he had purchased 17. who gave Starling h'
just two country
age Agnes Lawson. with 13 last
farm would points. to Peggy's. Comer I ,,"
prices and Bradford i..fi-p and
with the able assistance of Troor County on his an intended to contin
was high for BHS.
farmers and cattlemen wouMlIkt'11 C. Weu-hel nual "intera.caUons.. there day of the shooting; Alvin H:rk-
Organizer E. T. Shull of ), plant superintendent He liked ng after his retirement
Troor The
boys ended with a 17. who
arcorpanied Cox. Mr
curtail future expansion 70. Starke. Officers of this announced that effective the place and that was it ';"-Kir de Miranda
new was the Bra-
score in favor. Ken- :, Starling, and Mrs Kesler
and in for inten in <
plans more
go Draw-
Februar 16. Carson E. Wieland. THe's /
troop are as follows: expansion plamnclude 'UKor.!(ul for Savannah Brunsj
neth Conway. with 17 and ride FE-b.
points. 1 Earl
27 whit
( ; Cox
and of the
Scoutmaster Aaron Holley As- ': engineer for the E. I. Du Pont DeNerrours i spotting warehouses j, -tn.i! Fernar.d.na, and
: Arnold Smith, with 9 points, were opf'ratf'also went on the ride: Mrs Keslei
acreage now devoted to crops or Company will be transferred i throughout the and "
sistant Scoutmaster country possibly MI I 'he vice
harry consulate
Young; the leading Bradford scorers.. ,; office in who told the story of the shooting
pastures. Institutional Representative George from the Humpherys Gold enlarging the local) office i/i p K* nville A graduate
Williston of the
boys defeated BHS i she had been living with Mr
Corporation. Trail Ridge Plant to l located on Washington St and ..-
Mr Haas described the conferauon Lee: Troop Committeemen here several weeks ago. but BHS i Mof Pennsylvania School Starling and now resides in
tIt Shell. the Du Pont plant at GrasselliNew the railroad tracks. ", !
chairman Ernest fief.Matry in
\ program as determiningthe girls won over Williston girls bya 1912 he taught Gainesville,i.: Sheriff P. D P.* Fayson. Eli Jersey Having its first warehouse in best use for each acre of land Graham. Robert DelL convincing score Everythingpoints Bob Firth local stry nine years in Rio de dish who told of the scene when
Louis 1 Kelly. Mr. Weiland has Florida. local manager Firth explained manager for frtneiro
i 1 been at the lie then entered theservice
to two close battles and he reached it. Leo
and seeing that the !land is deeloped BraTitf', Savage
: is
pUtured atx with
Troop officials feel that Camp Blanding mine for the enables him to accommodate \p diplomatic
thifj j I past pl..ntof excitement. in which heerved stand operator located across th-
\ l ( b\ .good practices so that organization 3 car, boat, and tracer dealer ..>m.' of their large ..toe:k of trailer s 21 :
is worthwhileto jears.Mr
very : Last Friday night Callahan put years. highway! from t'eggy's.; William !

'ne maximum benefit can be denved the community and have! $\'eilind! is bt ingrt'pl:1ced the skids under Bradford and in the south much quicker and hitdiev His pretty little daughter He is survived by his wife. Mrs Tndenvood, a helper at Savag- .

cheaper with trailer hitches than Diane, is his office "assistant". K ittie
from each by Amos M Crow Woodson Miranda, and
acre who three
pledped themselves to its success } was swamped the locals 55-27. Callahan place. Mrs Starling and Cox

The speakers were introduced Thebelieve that recently transferred to Trail Ridge showed fans a tall. smooth- dealing through Bellville. Mich. sisters I in Brazil.

b) E L Matthews who haJnarge the ,',umtshould even ntrzen in'L from tht' Engineering Depart' working five that could shoot The local warehouse a relatively stock at the local warehouse. Funeral services were held in Recent BirthsMr
rally to itr neBradford County and Firth saidDrawTite
of the ment's main office In Wilmington. well and pass with accuracy. For Jacksonville with the Rev. Albert

program support DelawareCounty's BHS. Arnold Smith played an aggressive -Starke enterprise, ha'inglocated does manufacture 1 Kisshug of the Riverside Presbyterian and 1f-,. Jack R Snit"
here since October of 1952. sportsISO !,
game and scored 9 points house trailer hitches. but for the : Churrh officiating Thebodv announre the birth of a son Fen

Exhibit At Fair Draws Crowd for high honors. different piles of traderhttcht'S Nash and Buick only. was crried at I..a Flo- 12 .n AUf-hua! General H'upi':
that can be purchased from I
Tuesday night BHS fans move Firth who's a transplanted Missions 1nes; il1) ,.
most major automobile dealers.
over to Lake Butler to witness Yankee, formerly living near -
iTie Draw-TUe firm specializesin
return fame between the boys Flint lich., said of Starke: "I
custom built hitches that fit
and pirls Fans remember the the standard auto of today be-: like it real well. The people here They Model Marine Hair-dos

'w'' close games played here weektvore are awful friendly more so than
ginning with the 1916 models on
last. The next home game up north"Hes
The hitch haa weight -
w.l: be on. Feb :24! when the Ket- "
'. ..f 2: 5<>i Ihs It is used to lug here with -<'S wife Marilyr.e. _ _ _ _-
'r1r'us: A and B squads will be El-
boat trailer! an ''"'YeRkvcles
I 'r ;: I' J4. =STr? 1 >M'1 h.'. hfare kept[ in' i son Barr 6 -

?i I -

.._ ; ) Stolen Nine New Interns I -b
: Brooker Election
From School HouseF

r f.,. 1 In City Schools I I'cH

ur bicycles stolen from Brad- Held I : ,ae.JI ,:
,; High; School during the last"::: Tuesday N'ne University of Florida education -

'>'rp<> weeks recovered thi
I were : majors have been assigned -

.'pt( when sheriffs officials ari Hewlett S Anderson : ed Bradford County'sI schools
I was reelected -
ici :
.-..".r.ded a iuvenile in conrectior: __
P7W Mayor and David W.I I interning during tie next set -
''h the thefts.
i Green was re-eleoted Town Clerk mester.

Three of the bikes stolen last : of Brooker in the annual election i _

.**"'< belonged to Jimmv Ritch ,held there Tuesday Both were :i The coeds are: Betty May of __

'.4 ,- Harold Tyus. 12. and Tommy unopposed i, Hampton: Audrey Kirkpatriek
S ,. !t s ,
, '"las. 6. Joan Selbereisen. Summers iiI- .
T Jones. also unopposed Kathryn -.-- -- -
Buster Hughes' stolen bike was eected Town Marshal. The Gerry Seltzer, Lorraine
._ : ._: -_ _ 1"\t. U Wiley Coley left, and Pit. Ronald ,\odl't'huw off thrir
-- missing for three weeks was recovered -]'incumbent A L. Green was not
d' rd ount>',. exhibit at the State Fair In Tamp4 I iatK.xe, u reportedlypackin' 'em In." UrreIj :'a candidate for re-election. i Coles. Quincy Lee McCoy Elizabeth -: new Marine-stle hairdo at the I'arris Uland S. C Ke-ruiting Depot

I due the 'xhlbition; spiral unit (mi.hile picture) set. u,, and o,* ': tel b,' Humphrey Gold at the same time. Three incuxbent: councilmenwere Maynard. and Harriet Fein where they are currently In tJw early stage of boot trainia?. Tb

U >n. The spiral shows the process b> wUch heax>. minerals. are -parated from the quartz sand Corpora at the The individual has been turned re-elected from a field of The girls intern as part of their I t,I short-clipped haircut U part of the Marine tradition and K giteo tall )

Trail Kids Mine east of StarWe. In the foreground I Is agricultural 1 exhibit showing a modrl of nine" forr.ts over to juvenile authorities said eight candidates They are H C work towards getting Bachelorof men when they Join the corps. Coley U the son of Mr. and Mrs.

and turpentine still. Sheriff P D Reddish: I Douglas Aubrev G Hazen and Arts degrees In education John Mathis and Andrews U the ton of Mr. and }lr... \\fsley R. An-

.J. W Pinhoister I | dre"II. The bojs say the training U tough but they think the)1IliYongo \".


rAG TWO -.'Rln...-..n'. .l-mot'..a6"no un' I.'oJ .1", t

TYTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'I very low at L'm"nt1.'l6 Mother-

p BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L. MATTHEWS about as she has been for '- .
u some- .. .' . .- --. .: ...' .-. -.- -- -
Keystone Heights tune. Mrs. Gertie Faircloth! is r.o -
improving in health anMrs. >


TELEGRAPH I IOLDE.T j services at the tent Sunday; Mora-
ing. We are glad she has improved
rLO IDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD : Miss Gladys Tlllis and Mrs to this extent We were -

Fat Frasbr.r .yen J )as1 Hil."T'r.g Ph'))e To J/Q} .r7ri .F ctv r'
f" "( sad ealeceK [t' er eaQ elir Railer a(l at' f'04Ce at S'lartc 7/dd3, crrrdPrthe ,
t ts>Ylf+tie .crry day '
')7J Y1)li J. ) lY. $ Aft ol }Man 3, 13T.
1mpuued them as far as Vero : was cot feeing: able to attend \

.. Beach where she visited her;' Mr. Strickland told ne to go on.
MEMBER_. brother, D. U. Donaldson. i iMr he f would take care of the sick

and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr. but I felt too much like I would
They Asked spent last week in Tampa at the i fall over with one of nSp 'l3!
Fair. blackouts that would have caused

Divine AidThe C. J. Bastedo is recovering froma 'too much ercrtemer.tso I stared

seige of flu. at home. Can't report on the
Mr. and.Mrs. E. Altman plan to services as no ore h..s ::1U!TIkd
United l Statl'a:- leave for a brief visit Virginia me concerning same ,.. ..osas
founded on the belief that a : this weekend. :;

Divine Providence shapes our Mr. and Mrs. John Brandt who fTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHEILBRONN &//I" __

destiny. Our greatest lead. have been guests of the H. L. Sucmtirr Rights B s.rredloir -
era always\ have appealed for 1 Morgans have returned to Bloom. Prices t.otxl Thru S.H Feb : t

Divine help in national emer- i in dale. :'. J. *

genC ef. The Declaration of /1/ I A. G. Loudon left Sunday for a b> Marian NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Prices; 152 Call Street tpcil

Independence recognizes the I business trip to Washington, D. Everyday-

Creator.This month has the distinc- ,: C.There will be door prizes at the Mr and Mrs R L. Morgan Ji Specials Too! Slarke, Florida

r7Almighty I Valentine Dance sponsored by the of Jacksonville visited his parent Li :
tion of containing the birth- I.
date of two of our greatest I Catholic Club Saturday February, the R. L. (orgar.3. Sunda>. l :.
14. The dance will be at the pavil- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green recentlyI

leaders George Washington w lion, starting at 8:30 p. m. I visited his father who is in the .. -- -. .--.---

and Abraham Lincoln Cod IM male ...... ihii nation, under I The 4-H Club girls will participate -hospital in Jacksonville.
both of whom sought Divine Cod thU hate a net birth ol in skit, "Youth Takes a'I Rev. and Mrs. Wilson
,.r ..,,,... that a Harry
prmjtr c
Aid in time of trouble. Every freedom-end that governmentol Hand", directed by Mrs. \V. J. called because
7JU. roar hp tk. United th* people, by the people, for ;. were to't"ro Beach CH SEt rrrNLb Can 79
school child remembers the
Sutii i* Thy holy proUe- the people, ihali not perish from | Siprelle as part of the entertainment I of the death of Mrs Wu-
story of Washington praying tin_-Ce.rg. Wulafn&toa the earth -Abraham Lincoln planned for the PTA meeting ,, son's father last Saturday
he knelt in the at -- night February 17,
as snow i Tuesday Mrs. Ancel Norman attendedthe
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valley Forge, and l.lncoln'ggreat at the school. Frank M. Walrath. Health Committee meeting
speeches have a biBical rhythm as! at his inauguration in Washington last.I Jr. will be guest speaker and the and luncheon in Starke Mondayand DONALD DUCKMAYONNAISE

when he prayed at Gettysburg that "this month prefaced his inaugural address with; Founders' Day Chairman Mrs.R. I from there went to the George PtHUNT'S

nation, under God shall have a new birth of "a little prayer" of his own. |I O. Mann, announces that the i, Washington Hotel in Jacksonville -

freedom and that government of the While we as a people follow the exampleof ]i program will include special mu- I,J to attend a Health Forum 2SC

people by the people, for the people shall these great leaders, our nation will be sic.. Mrs. M. M Sargent. Mrs. 1 Following Prayer Meeting lastWednessday
I E. V. Stuckey, and Mrs. H. Q.j;i night Mr. and Mrs
not perish from the earth safe. The godlessness of World Communismand I
It i is significant that our new President, other evils shall not prevail against it. I Hall are hostesses for this event. Roscoe Beard and daughter entertained TOMATO

;, About fifty persons attended the group with gospelsinging
| the covered dish supper given by 14-oz Bottles 29
I Emphasis On "The Scout Family"Wo ',I the Community Church in the and two religious film CATSUP S 2

The Home Demonstration
i Woman's
Club on Friday Feb. 6. I
salute the Ploy Scout of America, currently gether. }boys and parents learn to know each These fellowship suppers are an met with Mrs. T. N Norman Tuesday -
observing! the .I:.'d of its other better. This i .
anniversary emphasis upon :strong| old custom of the Community of last week. The women '
organization during Boy Scout Week, Feb. family ties help, to build a stronger America.I Church, but for various reasons I made lamp shades but they didn't --:- -=-. _- .--- : : ;=- -' '''-

"The Scout Family" of Scouting programs I they have been discontinued for'i!I
713.Our nation is all the richer for Scouting. meet the varying needs of boys. Cub Scout- some time and this was the first I>I get to finish and have planned to ALL FLAVORS BALLARDS PL. or S. R.

Since 1910 more than twenty million Americans ing is for boys 8, 9 and 10 years old. Boy.In: several months. A special table meet at a later date.

have benefitted from the training, fel- Scouting is for those 11, 12 and 13. Explor-!' had been prepared for the new !

lowship, handicraft skills and high adventure ing i is for young men 14 and older. We are' members, of whom there were- Recent Birth JELL-O FLOUR

of Scouting, and have been strengthenedby proud that Starke has an active organization!!I i about 24, but several of these j'
Mr. and Mrs Elmer
the high ideals of the Scout Oath and in every phase of Scouting. ;, were unable to attend because of i,
Starke. Janet ,
I' a daughter.
I iws. Florida's new Governor Dan Mc- More than 50,000 churches, schools, and illness. Dr. Holl, in a brief and ,,
on 31 in Doctor's Clinic
Carty. recently demonstrated the indelible civic and fraternal groups sponsor the na witty talk, introduced those who Hospital.IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Pkgs/ 5Lb

impression that Scouting made on him in his tion's 84,300 Scouting units in their aims to:;were there and they were greeted 2 15C 49C 10Lb93C

youth when he recited from memory the strengthen family life and build a better I with applause. After the excellent I)1

Scout oath at a gathering of Scouts in the future citizenship in the community. The i i dinner the guests enjoyed a

capital city. need today i is for more boys to have the advantages -| social hour. I Come Help Pick ,. '- _.,- ._. .
The afternoon circles N'o. 1 andNo. ", -. .-..... .-_.. .-.. _.. '_0 .. .j J;
Scout Week this
Boy year places a major of Scout training, and for more .
2 will meet next Monday. Feb. The
emphasis: on "The Scout Family". This is mothers and fathers to lend a helping hand DONALD DUCKPNUT
16. Circle 2 will meet at the home
a two-way recognition. It honors the by providing There
many leadership. is always a:of Mrs. Stevens on Lake Geneva
lathers of Scouts among the 850,000 adult need for responsible, well-trained leaders. If;: with Mrs. Lloyd as co-hostess. -1 I I II Irr. SWEETHEARTVALENTINE 12-oz

volunteer leaders in the organization. It you feel you would like to contribute sometime I, :\ BarrIngton of :Melrose who BUTTER 25C

salutes the 127,209 mothers who give generously to this program, make the fact known.: has for many years taken care of I] Ofs53

of their tim *as Den Mothers in the Your cooperation will certainly be most wel- the spraying of citrus trees in and

Cub Scout ranks Through doing: things to- come. around Keystone Heights, announces HERSHEY or FLA. CRYSTALSUGAR
that he will not be able i C

I Maybe The Farmer Needs A Rest, Too i to do it this year. Those who have I Lbs 4 5

: trees and have depended on him

Every once in a while we come across any answer that will be helpful. Right now.to spray them will have to make t s w ..

some article which gives the Florida farmer we know that the farmer can scarcely give!'other arrangements. "

a solution to the problem of what to do in cabbage away at the market, and there are[ Mr. and Mrs. H. L. St. Georgeof .. .
Montreal' Canada are visiting ( :. : ... ." .. .-'_ .. -- -- -
the Summer months to bolster his income. fields of cabbage here in the County ready, .- '-

There are various suggestions such as rais- to be sold, that will scarcely pay for the cost I in Keystone Heights. Mrs. St. I Genuine Spring LAMB Genuine
I George is the twin sister of D. O1 Spring LAMBCHOPS
ing more cattle, hogs, chickens and some of harvesting. Right now we know the priceis ;
crops which can be sold to Southern markets, i way off on cattle and hogs. Who is to I Stewart. ?
We hear K
but each and every one of them entail more blame? We couldn't even hazard a guess1.I Dr. Slaughter SHOULDERSPound
:, noted author, who has a summer
work during the hot weather for the farmer.. The stock raiser and farmer has traditionally
:home on Lake Geneva, is in Hollywood -
We ask in all seriousness if the Southern had to work against an uncertain future, and I
working a movie script. Loin!
farmer isn't entitled to vacation just as all the condition still obtains. Ws wish: to correct an error in Rib!

other workers are that is, if you call the The point we're making. then is this.: last week's column. The pianist r 45C Lb 79C

regular upkeep of a farm a vacation.We The farmer has enough troubles on his hands;( in the new orchestra is Mrs. Dew- I 89C

scarcely think that if the farmer isn't now working the September t tp June schedule. -,;I'y'ilIis The last name was omitted ,

making a I living raising and marketing crops Our suggestion to those who are try- in last week'item I!

from September to June that the answer h: ing to help him make more money is to help I

to come up with some more crops that he can all they can to make the present work months TT.yyym.mmnmyyyIIIGIIAND

work during the hot months and not make pay off. If we were a farmer we think that GENUINE SPRING w

money on them either. In fact, that is saying by the time June rolls around and the Spring| i FROLIC C

that if you're not making a living workingsix crops: and the berries are out of the way fora LEG 0' LAMB Lb 69

days a week, \\ hy then work seven. while, we'd be wanting a little time off to! By :Mr.. Lacy Norman USO -- Sat., Feb 14th

Of course we can't begin to come up with rest and go fishing. How about it? AAAAAAAAAAAAJLAAAA.AAAAAAAHighland I

The Queen Will Be CrownedI
.af VYVY VVTTVVVTVTVTVVVI War II was stationed at Camp the weekend with the J. W Baptist Church. Sunday
I At 10 I'.M.Sponsored },
lllanding: ; and with Mrs. Jenkins Home's. School 95: a m. Worship HICKORY SWEETSLICED

HAMPTON had an apartment at the Beden- Mr and Mrs Forest Lott and I'service 11 a.m. Evening service : Bj;

baugh home children were Sunday guests of, 7 p.m. each Wednesday Teacher I IMS SllDh.M u'UM'ILTTTTT7TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Lb 4
It) :\1.... \\iii. \\'. IIsnuuondAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr.( and Mrs[ John Hammondare Mr and Mrs R F. Dyal. meeting each Saturday 7pm BACON
able to be out after a week's Mrs Bruce Roark is ill. Pastor E. C Harvey. Sunday c

illness with the Hu. Mr and Mrs. Joe Day and Mrs School superintendent. C. lIar-
Mr and Mrs I* 1... Wine of Mr. and Mrs( Bruce Roark were Inzie Morrow of Plant City are,'dee. Come out and worship with ,

Fort Mters spent Thursday night in Gainesville Saturday morning. spending sometime with the Marshal us. "'e have teachers for each -
and J.'rhlynth their grand wi1iHinaKI I Mrs. A. D. Dyal is working: at Matchelt's and the G. P.' class, SUNNYLAND "Ready-to-Eat": 4 to 7 lb. SmokedPICNICS

1 M lah\nt and fan-.ily.: the B. T. Thomas Restaurant Wadsw-orth's.: I The Russell Reddmgs of Evei-
Mrs K\el>'n "' ns\'r.! daughter Miss Ruth V Searle of the U SNavy Mr and Mrs Norman Jones of' green attended church here Sun- Lb

n.trbll"lt.Or.. and Mr( >. David Me- was a Saturday dinner Holly Michigan spent the weekend I day S 37C

M h"IIl'' and son. D.1of Fort guest of her grandparents Mr with Mr and Mrs. Donald Hi'|(r'. Hazel Griff was shopping in
M'era .svnl Sunday and Man- and Mrs. W. W. Hammond Miss and will visit in St. Petersburgbefore :Jacksonville Thursday.

.t.Hwith the Donald McMahone'f Searle left Sunday for Bainbridge. ( returninghomt'. Rev E. C. Hlr'ey'u a busi-
and welcomed littl! Donald Jr Md. where she is stationedMr : Mrs. P. E Green and daughter, ness visitor in Jacksonville Thurs
Donald Mi'Mahone left Tuesday and Mrs. Merle Chapman'and Mrs Irene Fuhrman of Jacksonville day. Juicy Florida Extra Large Fla. SeedlessGRAPEFRUIT

afternoon to board, hu ship daughters. Diane and Terryspent have moved to the Piercehouse 'I 1 Mr and Mrs. R E. Sapp and I the l letters Hart. Then from
after spending 1few weeks with the weekend in Lake City sons Dickey and Paul of Green all over the free world come such GRAPEFRUIT

hs wife and little sum Donme. C. C Cannon engineer for the Mrs D W. Moore of Starke i J I Cove Springs were weekend guests of comments THE CIIRI5TI5CIECE it these from: readers:

Mr and Mrs( J. Mines of Gainesville Florida East Coast R. R retired Mrs T F. Brown, Mr and Mrs t'of Mrs Sapps parents Mr and MONITOR: in international l daily
spent" Sunday with her parents January the 30th and will make Emory Brown and Raleigh i-Mrs Lacey Norman newspaper Lb Bag
I For
Mr and Mrs. John mack.ft his home in Hampton with his nen attended the funeral of theii rj l Mrs Earl Padgett and children I "Tht Monitor it mull rmdint 8 3SC 4 29C

..,..a..". wife. brother-in-law and uncle J. C i I have returned home from Mims. hrptople. Ilraal04hiAl..lllr
Mr and Mrs H. F Tucker of Mrs. Troy Norman is recovering DuBose in Vero Beach Sunday. !j: The sick this week are Maudie ." .
Wellborn were weekend guests the flu.Mr. Mrs Jessie R. Chastain and 'I "1 returned to school alter tlapu .. .,
from I:Smith Ger.etta Green and Brenda -:' ... : . ::;;:
of Mrs. J. D. McCulloch and son, and Mrs C. R Ric.hUof son. Carlton were in Jacksonville Maren. of 18 years. I trill get -
I degree from ike college,
Luke. Daytona Beach and Gainesville. Saturdav. \i i i We are proud of the new church i but my education comet U. S. No. 1 Regular WhitePOTATOES
Mr and Mrs. Wiley Williamson! spent the wt'tkenJith their Mr and Mrs Elmer Lewis and at Clay Hill lid we know the i I from the Monitor. .7
were Saturday evening callers of parents. Mr. and Mrs J. G Ad- daughter, Wanda of Starke were I Lord is blessing them with all this i iI "The Monitor gives me ideas
Mr and Mrs. L. V. Williamson kins Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Prevail Sunday guests of the TJ. D. Dyals :I good help and material.'TTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTT. lor my work ."* 10Lbs 39C'BAU
1 a. and Mrs. It M. Hersey at Theres- and son Emory of Starke and Miss Barbara Matchetl is il1 .;I 7 truly enjoy ill cornpony. -
sa. Miss Sibyl: Priester of Palatkawere at her home. ? ."

Mrs. May Sweeney spent Sunday dinner guests of, Mr and }Ir. \\' C Rivers o*I'! You too will find the Monitor
Thursday and Friday wIth her the Adkins.Mr. Live Oak were Sunday guests of!: informative, with complete world.
Joanne in Gainesville.Mr LONG BRANCH PCX.. You will discover a constructive SEALED-SWEET
:::! daughter and Mrs. Emory Brown MrsJessie Chastain and the Car! \itpoint in every news C
==.:3 and Mrs. W. F. Tucker and were in Earleton Beach and ton Chastains. j i itory.UM Cans sinus
b Mrs. J. L,
=:I son Oscar of Wellborn Mrs. J. Gainesville Saturday. ', The little daughter of Mr anti > StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi the coupon Wow for I ipe- ORANGE JUICE 8 m

D. McCulloch and son Luke and Mr and Mrs C. L. Hodges Mr Mrs W A. Saxon has been name. vial Introductory subscription
Mrs. John Otis and children 3 months for only !).
Mr. and and Mrs William Knabb of Mae Janet Ellen. We have quite a bit of sickness .. . .. .. ... ..............
.;:"d of Starke were Sunday guests Benny Mr and Mrs. One Wiggins -
Mr. and Mrs. McToch of Coco In our community this week. Mr Tk. Ckr;.t...Sure MM.M
:.. ; of the Wile)' Williamson's. of Starke and Mr. and Mrs were weekend guests of the W Faircloth 0... N.r..r S< .-... IS. KIM, t:.I. A.
. has double pneumonia ... .. .
,.. mlntmrtfrliM .l.n' '
mod Wayne Jackson of Gainesville Leo Wiggins and daughter of A. Saxons and the Clyde Reams. and pluerisy in the right side. He ; I. n. a...t.*-. Se..... Jot...._ Pure Creamery C
spent Sunday with his grandparents. Jacksonville were Sunday guest: ill U ....... I ..rtti..
.s"ery the Writing. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson.Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. II B. \\"i gins. fSfN HifE Lb 69
:"' Recent Birth Hardy Padgett and two of her ,
and Mrs. L. B. Jenkins of Mrs Eva Runge of Jacksonville rons are reported as having a e.-)

Greenville S. C. called on Mr. is spending so-retirae with Mr and Mrs. Leroy Tomlicson 1 severe case of the flu. Our laugh (.Ur.u)

and Mrs. Leland Bedenbaugh recently Mr. and Mrs. H. BAViggins Starke. a daughter. Linda Sue ter Betty Hickey has a light case .
Mr. Jenkins during World Dick W.llums of Tampa spent on F.t :in Doctor s Cl.nic Hospital. of flu. Our father (nlJ) t-) e.1ra1 : 6_ ; "' >- .
Mr Belt is .. .__ : :.. ._... .. : ._. .. :

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one time there were 52 enrolled 'TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVTTYYYYYYBRADFORD "" 'r: *: .or.test jost nventS: U- Ld-Atey Her.r C\\ .t'. Starke M I -

TilE STORY OF Church members attending at tl> 1 : ::<. .1 '..:k fer tho.r little: journal: t Nellie: Presoolt. Brooker: a.::':

Strickland hoe Ihe! ',\ :r"ler & a girl she wiiljvt..e l ; Sammy Padgett and Mrs Vei\:,"

EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH The services continued in their J-4i; ; a copy of "Milestone"t : Hires both of Maxxnlle

dwelling until the ill health of theprf'arher's HIGHLIGHTS he: bar i of the month for girl's

wife made it necessary 1 .1, .t':: sward for her title If the RKiLE:

'o discontinue them for about two \Q .v.r.rer is a boy he will rewirei
r { The Women of the First PMbytenan '-
:ears xSgrr i iu o: Rocket Jocke>' the
Church will hold! a t\\1\
book of the month for boys The
After the death of Mr Stir'kland'e :
Uy Brenda Bradford sale! Sat urtlel FH at 9 3i'
first wife he remained oral second issue the first with the .
m ;r. f- -: : K.:. F:"
services were resumed in Mat i .. .. ... ... ....... ne.title* will be di>tnbuted tithe :' ,
1946 and were continued untt teachers Monday
". 10' S.ilci Council is working 'rt'T
May 25, 1952. The Strickland
fitr: r: pUns for the 'ValentineF'it Next TTn TTTTTT TTTTTTT
home always served as a Mission year's football team Nop-
!: Those of you who wish
for the Long Branch Church all! spring practice last Mtonde.They're \
tJ. :e :,'r the "Sweetheart of 53"n
having a big work-out i
who attended being members >t r '.
"" < a 1' -tI only by attending the
Long Branch.In now So everything won't have t-
% 4. biro and ,:4t daft! ? ti.-. Saturday night. Bali -,. be crammed into the little time
Jim "MrtrUUnd, 'roersWe minister ppf"aI-hJn( the early part of 1952 the
i _- \\ h:, h111 the
accompany have before By
farming at City Hill 1n"t" 1001. He srirrled name for n"wTbtn Black Creek Association btcam they their first gamein
+ tu K<-:> must be placed in the the fall I
% church. interested in the work the Strick- I
( bt.t!: box by 9:30: p. m and the I
lands were doing and decided the I i
I .
their motto, and : Q'. 'tnai be crowned at 10 The Student Council has
Hamurl I took a ,,tone, and First Samuel as should have a church building +sr. unan-
u-t It betwFen Mizph and !Shrn. have named their new church, 11 1 :Ir* it Music will be provided by imously elected Edwin Prtvatt tc
I the neighborhood for the convenience COFFKE: : TIME Mrs. Lottie !Starling: .lay Hill housewife. give<
atd railed the name of it F.Unrwr. now under construction, the Ebe- of those who could not get tv plenty of moral .upport to the menfolks working on the new Kbene/er: Teen Town's juke new records fill the office of vicepresidentFred "Shorty"I
Church. taI: a variety of games, cakewalks Conway recently vacated th r'
haying llithrto hath thl'I I r.t ur Baptist Long Branch. A delegation 01''!"Baptist (hunh, bj sening/ them good hot coffer at frequent interaU
Samu..112.. And certainly their faith seems I and special dances have office when he left to serve in the
lAird helped u--I ministers was sent to Clay Hill the : Mrs.
during/ del tnjo)in//: from left tll ,
Justifled for the new church bUild'ing. rights I been planned so every one will United States Atr Force.
I to ascertain the need and determine 'I are: J. l). Boone of Highland. Hf'n.. Joni, Green; ('ateI spring-: have a wonderful time. rf
Faithful members of the little started several months ago what could be done to meet you
Hani 1'a.lgett: and I). II. Lang ('U Hill. The childnn iloiia;
Ebrnrztr Baptist Church at Clay I on practically nothing but "a it. I ) are all (students and adults alike,) Here's hoping you all can attend I
tarlinj and Jimmiei Lin. can make it. the "Valentine Frolic"or least I
H11)} confidently believe that the I song and a prayer" U now about This is the way Rev. Strick- I at ..,. i
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Lord will hf-lp them, too just as 75: per cent complete, and the I land, describes their report: "They:i shirgle siding are on the church the younger men, as the ones I i I I support the Student Council by "Check this car willa :
have of hold I I I I Something nt'for B. H S. .; buying one of the tickets that
i members hopes
ne helped the children of Israel found we are all poor people in :.building now and they have all who have been working the hard- I can't stand the smoke: :" I
The Glee Club began rehearsal will be sold in advance
mite down the Philistine back I ing the first services there on this neighborhood-some too olu the materials they need on handexcept est are well up in years and some I i Monday on a t'omedoperetta.. DrendaLATTM I .w.s..ess..--..."..,.- i

in the days of Samuel That's the alter Sunday. ,to work, some widows some schoolchildren II for windows and doors. of the heavy work is most too i: "Meet Arizona", to be presented Our L p?!irtif fri.*n II> S,TI.and .'- <
they adopted the twelfth I If do. it will certainly bea all need church I
reason they -- but we a I But they still! need several hun much for them. tuivful attention to ,
the evenings of March 27 and : n\v \I\TN: your
:erne of the seventh chapter of welcome relief, for they have. and are willing to help get one." dred dollars in cash and lots of ,' ;
"As for cash contributions-we ; 23 The scene is on a dude ear ulll nuke yi>u glad th.ii( ;|
been meeting all this winter- So the new church was author- "man hours" to coirj-lete the i iI I I The Latter Day Saints will hold i I
'YYYYYTTYYYYTYTTYYYYTYYT1Vacation : ranch in Arizona. Ahese Lawson. >ou art our cu.tunter.TTTTTTTyTTTyvTTTTTTTTT
:frrK .,nll" rain, come cold in a born ized and work started. Not a I buil 1 a visiting dude from Vermont and i
K tent pitched on a lot ad- dime has been spent for labor.as "The men who have been doing small," Mrs. Strickland sa\s Any- Jacksonville Sunda Feb. 15 at I
I Kenneth Tyus. a cowboy, have the
i-.jng the site of their new church all that is volunteer effort. I most of the work are getting one wishing to help in this worthy I the Jewish Center 3rd and Silver LIBBY
leading roles. The whole club will
1 ,11! Highway 21S. the new hard- with the men of the neighborhood I| pretty well worn out," Mrs. cause may mail a contnbution ToMars. I participate and if it's any where Sts. Guest speakers will be from
imul road (torn Clay Hill to the womenpitching >
w Mi (and sometimes Utah. All services in Starke will
Strickland says. "They are not i Strickland at the ilaxville near as good as their Winter Con- Sales &
\Hddleburg.l : in on Saturdays and at I be omitted Sunday. Feb. 15. ,
;complaining or asking to be re- post officeor better still-deliver cent you won't want to miss it
The new Clay Hill church is the any odd hours they can spare i I i
miKroAth of a Mission that has during the week. Most of the materials I leased, but they would appreciate i i, the sum to her home" and stick De sure. to keep one of the datesopen. 1I0"I'IT.I.lnll'S"IO tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlAAj\\:,

been conducted at the home of have been bought at liberal 1 j I a little help-both in labor and in around long enough to drive a The Kaiser Krazer Henr.--iIE.ILERSIIl1' I I
following patients wereadmitted
fi.v Strickland and his helpmate, discounts from generous building finances. They would especially few nails in the new church build- The is I I
i Library editing a paper to Doctor's Clinic JlIII !'-
Bessie, for several: years. Thelissun supply houses who are glad to appreciate the help of some of ing! in order to let everyone know the. pital during the pat week: Carl Tt'mpleto.. Ph. ::121|
i % services were primarilvtor have a part in bringing this new I
wary news. They have epon- i Jones, Graham: L. P. Rat use,
the convenience of folks in Church into being. I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAYoui'
I the neighboihofxl who for one One of the wheelhorses of the

reason or another, found it dif- project has been Rev. Jim Conwayof

Bound? fuult or impossible *o get: over Jacksonville, Moderator of the

the several miles of rough, sand Black Creek Association and a 72t7

SO are the clothing luggageand road to attend services at the old fonrer pastor at Long Branch. He )

other dollars you'll carry I[Long Branch Baptist Church. has long been" familiar with the

with you. They add up to! Rev Strickland began his ministry need at Clay Hill and is anxiousto
hundreds of important dollars in this section bark in 1901/ do what he can to speed the

an investment you don't I Iwhenas a I licensed Baptist preacher ', new curch on its way. He's there

want to lose. he held services in the old almost every" Saturday, wielding

Clay Hill school house lie was those carpenter tools with which

And you needn't lose! born and reared at Kingsley lake he's mighty handy Another hard -

lived worker is Rev. W I). Jones of
where as a bung man. he
Let us at very small cost -. with and took care of his invalid Green Cove Springs. who was recently -
provide you with Personal called to be pastor of the
;i father. After he began preaching,
Effects Insurance before you he made the trip to Clay Hill once little Clay Hill flock. partq guests

takeoff! (or twice a month, sometimes During recent weeks Rev and

i traveling on foot, and would hold Mrs Strickland have not been

i services on Saturday and Sunday. able to meet with the Saturday

Iln| 1907 he was ordained and th#' work groups as often as they

H. C. WALLAGENCY '| same year married Hettie Taylorof would like due to the fact that will wdcor 1e Coke! II

the Clay Hill community.In Mrs Strickland's aged, invalid''I
I 1908 Rev Strickland and his i: parents have come to make l I

wife started Sunday School and I with them and require constant -

Phone 11G church services in their dwelling attention. Mrs. Stricklandserves .1.1'I
at Clay Hill The services were always as treasurer of the buildin .1I
200 E. Call Street primarily for people who program however and thev man- I

StarkeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. had no other place, or rather no age to do their bit toward the'I Your guests-young or not-are sure to enjoy

means of transportation to get project in other ways II I I

to any other place to worship. At The roof and white asbestosEarl :;i ice-cold Coke. Its matchless flavor sparks

I I the party. keeps the fun going. R remhi v. too, r2-." ..ii /

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it's easy to serve Coke-ice cold, in the bottle. I J I J I w 4

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s-ssss rsrSflSSSSSSSS5JSrssssrssrss I SSJSS rss Carol White Becomes Bride 01 Charles Fields, Sunday- Rehearsal- Dinner 1' Presbyterian Pastor- And.--Family-

I For Fie1ds-\\nite
MUa Carol Sopnia White daughter

of Mr and Mrs 0 W111 e Wedding Party I ii I .

Sr of Starke, became the bnd I

of Charles H Fields son of Mr .- M-s J H FurkL. and Mr and '

J H Fields of Starke and relate 1."I M Ht.rbert Green en!...: :
J H Fields in a love: r .f /. '1 .;-er party Satu'djn e\t'n'tg

Gladys Mooty mony performed Sunday a1 '... *:1 ">,. Aver) Inn hwng: 'h*

Phone 35 noon at 4:30: o'clock in the Firs' reheat: of the weding >.f Missa

-' Methodist Church: Rev. Thort-a '. Wh.ie and Char: > Fiei.ts
peflflflSfl (.. Mitchell officiated! at the < The .
< r.U'g table \\ a..* .>\'t'r..tl1 ;)

, Jo Ann Dinkins Weds Marion E. York ble nng ceremony % .' / d lovely lace r'.o'h ar.ii: ,en
The chancel of the church +> tereu with white and ,t'ihl\i sea

beautifully decorated with pam.' sona. oiossoms m a :low .. 'niauieiAttending

In Lovely Baptist Church Ceremony and seven-branched candelabra tr> the dehgh".1: a('aii
front of which was placed .* '
were members of the *'ediimt! ; PS-
J lonial arrangement of whn- e':t.t # ,- tMrs W M Haighnn..- M)
N" "' "_ iou calla lilies and cushion n m .. and Mrs R E Tar.ne'! Jr n
: \ ,..
tucked with loops of white !sa'ir i.i .L Jacksonville, Mrs R E Tanner
,..i,'9'.;,. .. ribbons Marking the reserved .: -t' 4- .'.."-.... .'' -:\"' <'" Sr of Baldwin Mrs IA'sllt' SheD ; :

'. ..:.co pews wt'rehlte satin bows Centered .,. .: ...: o!"'. herd and Mrs. Olin \\S\V; J-!
.. ..._ with clusters of white pompoms :/ -,1 '/ _.-- .
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,'i, Mr. an,1't r... Charles Fields are pktured above cutting the wedding Kitchen Shower '\
: t' .
:I.'I! ,
., '. i'-: 'f'j' The traditional wedding marches! cake follow ing their marriage here Sunday afternoon. .
'. For Carol White I'.b :I :: .
._ ,,!r., were used during the ceremony : ; : : -: -.e. '.t .

". C.L .'y.Jo', .. -, prior to which Mrs E. K. Perry- decorated with miniature nose- R. Russell and Mr and Mrs Bill Sunday
... Mr- Wilbur! Scott. Mrs Floyd
'. mqn church organist. and Rev gays at one side. The punch table Underwood and Gaye, of Brooks- Rev McAhlv is i native of .
Boone and Mrs 0 V.'hite. Jr. .ed "
L A Shepherd of Raiford. soloist. was centered with a punch bowl ville. Miss Mar Madden and Miss : Erskine College at Due West \ .
entertained at kitchen .
a delightful
,. '::4 rendered a program of nuptial which rested in a silver tray Mary Simmons of Eagle Lake years he attended Duke Univ. : : .. 'r :
shower last Friday evening in the Ii, n.' ..
!usir Rev Shepherd sang "Beiuse" around which was placed whitegladioli Mrs Frank Kent of Ottawa, Can- Seminary, Decatur. Ga. lie Cot- : t.L .
latter's new home on Lake street tH' : \ l"H
t "0. Perfect Love" and blossoms, intersperced : ada. )tr. and Mrs Charles James honoring the former Miss Cajo1 where was pastor of Robinson 3 Me1i.l 1'1' ,.t\ [. ". \
1'iring the ceremony "The Lord'sFaer" with white pompoms. Other lovely : and son of Keystone Heights White )' 'ars I t ':

: I arrangements of white cushio Mrs %V. H. Davenport of Chicago. Mrs Mi'A I
Sweet and lily is a native of Graceviing
: Robert E. Tanner. Jr. of Jack- mums and gladioli were placed at : HI, Mr and Mrs. George Had- peas pink pompom? at u '\irA : ". .

v nville was best man for the points of interest in the hall. dock of Jacksonville. Mr and were used in attractive arrangements Moody General Hospital, Dothaj \ : .., I.
: the home for the riage sh.U' one ot the .
bridegroom and the ushers were Mrs H H. Adams and Mrs. T. : Mrs. James Stewart of Keystone supervisors ar' .d! u I L. \ i,

"1m W White, Jr. and Herbert G Mitchell greeted the guests at Heights. Mrs Esther Rowe and party Refreshments were served City

( ;ieen (.1 Starke. the door during the reception and children of Gainesville Rev and buffet style. _n _

The bride chose for her maid in the receiving line were Mrs. Mrs. L. A. Shepherd and Mrs II Many lovely and useful gift-Baptist Circles- TIl' I ., '.
Itt _
p t ,f honor, Miss \'Iola Lewis of Olin White. Sr. Mrs. J. H. Fields. 3!. Richarde of the State Farn were presented to the honored itt Ir

: Miami Miss Lewis wore a gown Mr and Mrs Charles Fields and Mrs. Nelson B. Mitchell of Ontario. guest during the evening Theiostesses Met This WeekThe .L. Ii .,_:L\\ t -t. .t'I-

)t1 ; \ 4 of emerald green featuring a fitted Miss Viola Lewis. Also greeting Canada, Mrs Agnes Swanbom and also presented Miss one or j'r. : l;,'

4W t'I. '\ velvet bodice and full. floor the guests were Mrs. J. R. Wain- :' Miss Dorothy Swanbom (If Lawtev, White with an electric kitchen Helt-n Masters circle! of the Flyn -, tt1rfl tflvt!

: length taffeta skirt. She carrieda wright. Mrs E K Perryman and Mrs Ola M Perkins of Hampton clock Baptist church. Mrs. F B Beard, meet!. "ith pI. ':I:< Ii

." garland of yellow carnations Mrs George Sapp. The punch bowl and Mr and Mrs W S. Sibley Fifteen guests! wese! !O\1t..J to leader, met at the home of Mrs. Hougi pr.1i., :

} with matching flowers in her was in charge of Mrs. Herbert and Miss Ruth Siblev of Theressi the: lively affair Wilbur Scott, Tuesday afternoon all Ian
Of lad.... ....... .i- .... _> --- ifltr"'stirig I'! .."'-.-.
., ; .i i """ wiui eleven memDerj
; Madden of j. .
I Green and Miss Mary
I hairThe by Mrc.; \\ .
and \
one visitor an vN !
: > ,.' bride who entered the Eagle! Lake Mrs B. F. Boone t present.

\, church on the arm of her father kept the bride's book. and Mrs Mr L N Pickering gave the George FUn-.. ,. i I :> ,

!a chose for her wedding a gownf \\'. A. Scott and Mrs G C. White lr\i o>tn>nal and talks'on Missions Warren.

--r ;,. \0" : t.. I'gshrll satin. The fitted satin cut the wedding cake. Others assisting I ,-t>M> given by Mrs A A. Durden Mrs. Flynn 1'1' .. ov"et '

..... '-. J>."'. :' : bdiie, was designed with a yoke in serving were Mrs O L. Julia .ind! Mrs\ Wilbur Scott The busi- business meeting.The .

,r"4." ,. L ,.f O'Callaghan lace featuring a Beasley. Mrs C. E. Hernwall, Mrs :,,'sS n.eetmg was presided over bv
hoste- ,
! I. Peter Pan collar. Self-covered but- Bertha Pearce. Mrs Nelson Green. I Taibi the! Ieadt'iand regular reports

: Nuist extended down the back and Mrs.: M.: W. Cress'er, Mrs. W L glVfl. The meeting closed with refreshm'ntsj'I1'f: \'al,'! '

/ .r', "" 'long sleeves tapered into point Blair, Mrs. Olive! Kent Mrs W piavei by Mrs: A. J. Thomas. motif.
over the bride's wrists. The full B Sewell, Mrs J L. Anderson and Weds ])11 ringthe social hour the

satin skirt swept gracefully into Mrs \\'. G. Haile Miss Anne )h ....to-.s: served refreshments as.sh'd Members of the Ida Daih, <

A <<< athedral train. Her fingertip Cressler rendered delightful piano ..., by Afrs F \'. Kent of Ot- d,' met at the home ot MLeastun .

Mrs- Marion E.: York veil of sheerest illusion was heldin I selections during the ieu .ption. James 11 41* r t.tu.i t Canada. The March meeting Wynn Tuesdav afternn,

place by a pearlized orange. During the evening: Mr and '.1. .i tit't the home ot Mrs. B C. wit.h.bs VyG n as

One of the ovlie&t( v*ddmgs:; ot mony, a reception was held in the 1 1blossom cap. The bride carrel Mrs Fields ?left on a wedding Griffis 4.. Pt. .t hostess ttv the absence oi l ,

he season was the marriage of church it-creation hatt.VhlXe I:a white prayer book topped with trip in South Florida. Mrs Fed I leader, Mrs N. O Maxwell Mi-

Mis Jo Ann Dinkins to Marin E 1 seasonal blossoms and nati'eI I I. a purple throated orchid around traveled] in a blue] coat suit with &: Thc> Business Women's Circle( W. L Andrews presided over I tt 1 t..

York. which took place at 8 greenery were used throughoutthe which were sprays of stephanotis while nylon jersey blouse complimented N 'I"<" Haptist church met Mon- meeting. Mrs R A. Thomas '

o clock Tuesday evening.. Feb 3. hall in decorating Mrs C. H. ;: and valley lilies\ from .vhich fell with Navy blue accessories I .i. "' 7 30 o'clock in the Educa- fered the opening: prayer r -

the showers of white saun libbon.i purple throated "im: )bwldingwit.h 23 present nrce pave Mrs tee aw, '
m First Baptist Church, t Nasworthy and Mrs. 11. 11 Peyton She wore a !
Starke The Her. Lewis D I lames greeted the guests at the door and i Mrs. White chose for her daughter's orchid corsage. I Mi Shirley Pollett, leader, pre- fering and each member. broil, :
Brad t< '\ .'
officiated at the ceremony and a in the receiving line were theparents wedding a salmon pink crepegown The bride is a graduate of I .
attended the ''/It i :' 'imunitv Missions is to pay nathv who has been sick f .
oC bride and wedding with School
program nuptial musk and the of the the : complimented Navy ford High I II
.' .'"u h for two school children. eral After the tV ',
traditional wedding mai'hes were party. Mrs Don Neel! kept : blue and white ass.'ssorif! She Florida Southern years meeting
I. College.'ork,1 Tn i 11 le a Y. "'. A. visited Mrs. with
offered by the Organist! Mis L. A. i the bride's book on a table featuring -i wore a lavender orchid corsage ed at Camp i sponsored Abernathy |1'1 <

Canova George A. Waimvnghtcf a Urge lace fan with cas Mrs Fields wore a Navy blue .World War II and for the past banquet! Thursday evening. Feb er. refreshments and giHMr -
I at I j M: at 7 30 o'clock at the home of L. A. Wynn gave the devotion.-
Jaiksonville! cousin of the cading roses and silver\ candelabra I'dress, trimmed in rose with a rose few years has been employed t
I Mis C'dlvm Houpt Mrs. Massey an in!.'r -'. Ifl
bride ButoUt hang Through the The bride's table was overlaid hat and she wore a shoulder corsage the Florida Bank at Starke.The ,; gave

Years". "Hirause" tmd "Tt.aLord's with a Brussels lace cloth and I, of sweetheart roses I bridegroom attended Bradford i j Mrs Kate Sheppard had chargeof talk on missions.

rr&m"iThe around} sides" of- the table there High School after which heserved the program, "Winning The ; The next meetingwill be at 'ic
the wedding a .
I Follgwing re-j j .
bride is the daughter of;was net festooning htW by cascading -:|."..pUon 1 was held in the Methodist in the U. S. Navy for ten 1 Mr. and Mrs A. Taibi of Sew A small reception was held in -Mormons- to The Right Way". andthose ,nome of Airs K W. Hayes

Mr and Mrs L. F. Dinkins. and bouquets of white step- education building. years, lie is now employed as York are announcing the marriageof Graha.n following the ceremony taking part were Mrs

the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. hanotia and larkspur tied with :, The bride's table was overlaid Machinist at the IT S. Naval Air their daughter, Julia, to JamesA. I for a few close friends and rela Houpt Mrs. Russell Norman. Mrs BP\V Club Noticei

II E Wesley of Fernandma satin ribbon.. The double wedding cutwork cloth f Base in JacksonvilleAfter Griffis of Starke, which was an tives. E. D. Tenly. Mrs. Fred J. Pellum. i
with an imported t P.V Club will hoi
Mrs.Villa B. )
Mrs. Earl ,
Jleach and W F' York of Panama. ring cake was placed on a largereflector and centered with a three-tiered ,! Feb. 16 the young couple event of Saturday afternoon, Jan. Mr Griffis is an employee of '
I Mae Denton Mrs. M L. Lawson their regular monthly meeting
I in the Adolph '
City around which was a cake with a miniature will be at home 31 in St. Edwards Catholic church. Humphreys Gold Corp.
I wedding topped Madison and Mrs Bertha Fuller Monday evening at 7-30: o'clock In
The church was dfCoratedith''I double white net ruffling centered -. bride and groom. The cake Gay garage apartment on Father Turnier performed the ceremony. -! Mr. and Mrs. Gnffis are making The Hostesses for the eveningwere St. Edward's II all. Ruth Simmons

taU floor baskets holding casc ,lInrranEtmt'nts with gladioli blossoms. Tall I surrounded with ruffles ofbride's : street. their home m Graham. I
was Mrs. Guy Sale Miss Lucille and Edna Stone will be hnsteBs*
of white I with white tapers and Among the out-of-town guestsattending
gladioli Candelabra illusion with minature nose-1
New- .
Alvarez and Miss Evelyn for the evening.Children's
dlminutlv! *' the wedding were: Mrs NW River \V 1U
chrysanthemums and stl'phanotl.1 epergnettes( filled"with I gays placed at Intervals around : Charles i Visitors some.

against a background of palms.\: !mums and white sweetheart roses the base. The centerpiece was \i W. M Haight and Mrs Yvonne Has Quarterly] RallyThe CommitteeThe

Lighted white tapers in cathf'drall also decorated the table. Silver t flanked by three low silver! candleholders W Savage and daughters The Doris Knight circle met

candelabra cast a soft glow over,t trays held decorated cakes petit- holding tall white burning \ and Anne, )Ir. and Mrs Robert i New River Baptist Missionary .. \ Tuesday in the educational build: Bradford County Children

the lovely s.ttintarkm..: the ; fours, sandwiches, mints and nuts I( tapers around which were garlands F:. Tanner. Jr. of Jacksonville, Union met with the Rai ,<:; ing with 22 present. Mrs. Dave Committee held a brief meeting

family pews were lace fans trimmed I At another table centered with an of pompoms and puffs of Mr and Mrs George C White ford Church for the Quarterly PauJk leader, presided here Monday at f'r"sc'l'n' ('ouilThe

with nv Ion net with cascading !.artistic arrangement of white white illusion which terminated I II and Miss Frances White of Tall- Rally At the business meeting The theme of the devotional was luncheon was held earlier

clusters of white sweetheart roses.The !i carnations stephanotis and larkspur 1 at the base of the candles and ahassee. Mrs Emma P. Tannerof plans were made for the Union'spart ''I Am The Way". led by Mildred than usual in order that memNcould .,-

bride who \"as.t'n in marriage :: [lankt'd1V five-branched were caught with loops of white Baldwin and Mrs. B F. Boone in the 16th anniversary cele Danke The program chairman attend the pre-L gislatK' >
chose for her Mrs. W. R. Mundy. Jr ;( holding and children Ben and Joyce of Pars Silcox. had as guest speak-
bher father, i candelabra. satin rIbbon. Silver trays bration. A goal of $100 was taken forum on health in JacksomiiifMonday :
wedding! a Chantilly lace gown i I and Mrs. Lewis mines poured decorated cakes and mints. werePTA Jackson Tenn Mr and Mrs E. by the Association Each local e> R ,,' L D Haines.. who talked afternoon.
featuring an Elizabethan collar and coffee. W. M. U. will be asked to help in ;MHrnlanlSifl.A"t.t -
tiny buttons down the boned !I Assisting in serving were Mrs llen1bersVill Go\ Miss CarolVhite raise this money iT the program and business Mrs James A. Griffin is spending

bat-W basque waist A full court C. Buford Mrs E A. Yancey.Mrs. the hostt'sses.Iaxie Hilde- several days in Lakeland w'iher <
U Is Honoree At The guest speaker Mrs Lois o. id'
train was the highlight: of the full Vernon Silcox. Mrs. OrieWiggins. 'Back To School'Tuesday Wells, field worker from Ja<'ksonville. .i HH < 'hi istme Lawson. and Wilma I mother Mrs F. R. Coker wV

.klrl! that fell gracefully: to the Mrs W M King. Mrs Night Lovely Shower gave an inspiring talk on An'x .nflcr. served delicious re- recently underwent a minor opera II

floor With the gown was worna iE Matthews.. Mrs E F. Miles the theme of "WitnessesAt the social hour tion. ('01. Griffin ia I attending
I II. C Feb 17. Miss Carol White, whose marriage 'Veshni-nts during weekend conference lit Camp
of net enhanced D..nmarktrs. evening
crinoline slip Mrs S. O Next Tutsday the noon hour a dein'ious
th,- beauty of the gown. Brown. Mrs. Maxie Carter Mrs ': will be "Back to School' night ai to Charles Fields was an dinner was served by the Ra The Dora Alderman circle met Stewart. Ga

The bride! wore a coronet of Seed,jj I H ha. tt'f'n. Jr.. Mrs. II A.I|: Bradford Hlh and Elementary!. event of Sunday afternoon, was ford W. M. u. -

rearnn4! 1 Jact 1: to which! was atW :Lawson, Miss Monti Hutching? ,I Schools Parents are invited to I II honored at a lovely miscellaneousshower The highlight of the dar was tp I
t arh"11 finjgertiD veil ofsht't'rt'st and Miss Jean Parker. :come to school, follow their Thursday afternoon, Feb given in the afternoon by Mrs :Mrs. Jessie Ghianuly (center t
thy.tIk Methodist
I typIcal 5, in the recreation
at and i throughout tg
illusion. She carried During the evening. Mr I t N. O. Maxwell of Starke She { ht-
three-month.vbd! tOn'Ikhat'l,
his teachers and become acquainted building Hostesses for the affair and !
ht'r. lit
tripto to
and left for a wedding of 60
of bridal roses Mrs York was dressed in costume we !
l-ouquet 1 with his way of school were Mrs II II. Adams. Mrs. W. arrived bj F..w.tl'rnIr Lines last
r nly ornament was a single strand the southern part of the state. : H Blair: Mrs C. E. Hernwall. years ago and read from a dian ueek from their home In ridKt"j j
from the groom. bride chose for traveling alight We. of the of W M
a gift The telling (
of pearls
) assemble Mrs Titus Olson, Mrs. E. K. Per- port, Conn and are guests of Mrs.
Frances Morgan oj $tarke blue wool suit complimentedwith i Parents are U. work in Florida. '
l GhlanuJ and Mrs
I school cafeteria at 7:30: ryman Mrs George Sapp. Mrs ) parents \ BULOVA
honor for the accessories and a in the i
of blue I
the dark
was and "school" will begin shortly Bertha Pearce and Mrs J R J, W Griffin of Whispering I-ines.
bride She wore a becoming :white camellia. pm Wainwright Tommy Yarbray The visitors will b- here th. remainder ....
of ice blue nylon net with I 9. the couple theieatter I, {I 1 I fkEV
gown After February of white of the \\Inter. \ c/a4/ciiic
boned top and full .kirt. caughtup will be at hone in Gainesville 1 Last year overtOO parents Artistic arrangements Has Birthday Party "ji
from and
school" gladioli,
to pompoms
where came
ac- :
side ,
the right
>m set in Shewore The bride is a graduate of Brad first to twelfth grades making intersperced with pink azaleas in Mrs Ralph Yarbray entertained U.D.C. Members Meet

> rdIlJlrlt'lts were ford High School and attended event the most successful tall standards were used to form at a birthday party Saturday -
a net stole and carried a this At L. A. Davis HomeOn
the University of Florida. Parent-Teacher Meeting of the the decorations for the party The afternoon, at her home in

*an tuped arrangement of carnations bridegroom is a graduate of the serving table was overlaid with a honor of her son. Tommy whe .'
't'ar. afternoon. F-
the same color as the dress school and ) Wednesday
Fernindma Beach high pink cloth over which was a beau- his eleventh birth-
celebrating I.
MissFned.i was 4. Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs
The bndesT&ids were is at present! attending the University World Day of PrayerTo tiful imported cutwork and lace day anniversary A. Davig were cohostessesmembers '
of Jacksonville!:
: Crosby Florida.Among' .
of cloth and the floral centerpiecewas of white uarciss
Arrangements of the W T WeekChapter a
Miss Ji\oe New some of Games the out-of-town guests Be Observed pink pompoms and plumosisfern were used in the living room and of the United Dau ht---
\Uli Their gowns were wt'rt'1r3.. Ella }tamik..nIu I. worldwide flanked by threebranchedsilver daing room. The Valentine motif of the Confederacy at the lv,"i.- H
that of the maid of of Prayer a
'dntsi to World Day
McGee of Stuart
rose Jesse Haas. Ann with 114 countries candelbra holding burning was used in decorating the tabl.I of Mrs Davis on West Madiso-- ;-*,
wrhlrliss Crosby wore
H. 1 }Ir. and Mrs E R Hatcher Friday.Feb pink tapers. which was overlaid with a white Jonquils. narcissi and az<\iea.-
.tnd Miss Newsome woretIflL. C will be held I
h PU.K I''and' i.rily cf Tampa. Mrs observing First Mrs Wainwright and Mrs Ad- lace cloth and centered with the used in decoration
,.11 vi'llow and they carriedus 20. at 10:30: a.m. in the j were .
,. *... .\unc flowersl .. Dinkins. grandmother cf the nde. Presbyterian chUrch.. The theme ams greeted the guests at the I t birthday cake. Mrs E K. Perryman.f.hap." ,
; :;; : and Mrs. II. L. Cotton aunt of will be 'Walk as Children ofLight" door and in the receiving line I The guests enjoyed games anc1 president, presided with Mrs J B
Susan Wiggins was
ntle ;
Miss Mis.Perryman which Tommy
the bride. from Jacksonville i and was Mrs BlaIr. White. contests. after Cottrell as secretary. The rr.f1ing
various pastors
frock with
. rhever girl. She wore a of the City : and Mrs Hernwal! Mrs oper.ed the lovely and useful gifts was opened with the Lord
,.f jnnk net and carried a pretty leaders in churches
Pearce. Mrs Olson and Mrs Sappin1ted hecei"ed.. Prayer in unison. It was anno-n
of petals which: Altar Society taking part.
wh.iebasket rose I the guests to see the many The hostess was assisted by ed that papers are being prep art'-
. .he dropped along the aisle Sponsoring Dance \ The World Day of Prayer is lovely gifts on display and to the Mrs W. T. Jackson in entertaining; for Mrs Steve Sunmons as \/

LittU- Al Yancey.. In a long white! < sponsored by the Department of refreshment table. Pouring cof- the young guests new member.

:u; suit bore the wedding ring en a' St. Edward's Altar Society is United Church Women of the fee ?rom silver services at each Mrs L. G Powell presented II t

.-.:.t". :: lovely satin pillow.Serving sponsoring a Valentine Dance Saturday -. National! Council of the Church of end of the table were Mrs Olin \ Starke MusicaleThe { as hei HEARTIQCKH
historical program using i
as best man for the 1 evening atS.30: o'clock in Christ in the U. S A White. Sr. mother of the bride j subject the life and writings o. ': $5.00 Terms $125.00

..... bridegroom was William Lee of I I the reception hall. organization is arade: up of protestants and Mrs. J II. Fields mother of Starke Musicale will meet Sidney Lanier. the famous poe

Fernandina Beach. The ushers Lovely door prizes will be given'I I who recognize the basic the bridegroom. and pouring the Tuesday afternoon, Feb 17;, at 4o'clock who was born in Macon. Ga. and

were Henry Courtney of Jacksonville : away and the public is invited to 1 principals of Christianity. last hour were Mrs Ben Boone in the Woman's Clut whose birthday anniversary wae
: Beach and Carl LaMar: attend. Tickets will be $1.50 per I i' A special offering will be taken and Mrs Herbert Green Also assisting building. Feb 3 She also read a few verse I ROBERTS

;2r U.- Johns of Starke. I couple. to carry on the work of the in serving were Mrs W from two of his most lo\'ei' I

Mrs Dinkins selected for her I, .,United Church Women throughout ,H. Haile. Miss Ann Cressler and hours The, four brid to-elect five-thirty.was presented poems. Mrs Daisy Perryman. a I II I Friendly Jeweler"

daughter edding a lovely gown Legion AuxiliaryThe the world Mrs. O. W. White Jr. 1 forrer member of a Georgia I FLA.
with a platter from her I STARKE,
of rose pink chiffon and lace andwort' !I The public is cordially brrited: Miss Ann Cressler and Mrs C China pattern from her hostess chapter was a guest. I PHONE 260
:: shoulder corsage cf blue American Legion Auxiliary wa?
a '! interdenominational Hernwall rendered .1 A delicious salad course ..
Feb to attend. This will be an \jE. delightflPilflO : as a remembrance of the

carnations will meet Tuesday evening. Hall I!F service. l! selections during: the tea !i to call at the appointed. served by the hostess.
in the Legion
Immediately following the cere 17. at S o'dock
hours were 150 guests



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I I D E. Knight and Holts n 'I i: a nt't' pas \vttn 1., \r \\. H o:: Augusta ,;3 h. : ."..i'.1 : :b : .' ; .!t
Give Valentine
Knight were business visitors in Girl Scouts Tea rCh.et: Clerk
at Blinding tc
.a baby girl. Mary ELZat'eth. wets :t sure !his, been a "It'p
Jacksonville on Tuesday. Av : to Director of Prison Dry born Feb 2 .
Saily Ann Epperson Don't forget the Valentine Dan .
Mrs J B Sapp, Mrs. Guy Sate S R D with territory from Pensai -
I was hostess to nine of her a: St E.+wards Rec Hal: thi-
and Mrs W B. Mundy. Jr wee, :,' Key West little
.. friends at a theatre party Saturday night and the tee'.ie': ; :
visiting Mrs T. A. Steel and far- .f .,i- : ParUn last
tl Charles prmj Saturday afternoon on her Sweetheart Dance at the U s I'
NEWS ly In Gainesville on Tuesday BUS for 8th
THE birthday
C.-IN spending so she took her same tune too bad we .\:c-
Mrs J L. Bird and daugh-.. .
fnends home
spare tracking for refreshment twhu so we could take in both

Sandra are making their nome i i-.l I stolen bikes and afterwards Ttl'fYawn celebrated So long See ;you :n .

Mrs J L Anderson. Jr and :.tr.Ber..l L Casey and da'.g" with Mrs Bird's mother. Mrs N'ei :' .ike note fee finds his 3rd birthday on Monday '

'hJldren ar< ompanted KD-2 Lyle, ter Shajou. flew to Washington ma Keen, until fall while Mr Bl'' o .. He found three bikes Norms Cumes birthdax next \-.ub "

'flderson back to Norfolk. Va r''lJ C Friday to spend 30 days with : Is in the Eastern Theatre of I IP i r. : afternoon Seef was the 9th and Marian Long and

after four da>'. visit at homer Radar Thcician Casey at the erations aboard the USS Pr,n' r *. Lawson is home and her twin sister H 'l ln Lee If

Mrs Anderson and children then home of her pother Mrs Ruby, ton Mrs. Keen and faxil> r.a'- J Y 1 ,: : .T,>e Jordon are now Greenwich Conn celebrated tht'.- Now TRY THISF0TCHILD'S

went to Columbia, S C. to visit 'j I; Wine RT Casey's ship arrived in moved from the Adkins apartment '" a ",": home in the II A. birthdays on Sunday! there -

Mrs. Anderson's grandmother.!!: Boston last week after six months on Call street to Kings ey V.Uap;: 9F : e"rae apt Joe is two birthdays on tap for Vilenline's : COUGH :

the Mediterranean and after':, Mrs Edwin Maishall and daughter. -k.., .'."r the State
Mrs J. W. Smith for a week jm Impro'em."wn Day Harold Smith and

Mr and Mrs. Bill Br>nson and ; 30 days in Boston will go to the Dolores of Ocala were sv "fr3l ,p" ," at BJandingi Harry Mooty Charles Ch..mb. For coughs and a ute bronchitis due i t.. -
urday guests of Mr and M colds you tan: now get l'recniuiHspccialU "
Carnbbean for maneuvers. -1'he: Junior high basketn ers celebrated his 6th birthday on
Reddlah of Valdosta. Ga. I (1M
Greg Frazier Shaw and prcjvicd Children in j new
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs Eddie Hartman and daugh- fa.r.ilylaa' n -.r \ : be guests of the the 12th with a small neighborhood pink and blue pcuVajc and be sir .
spent '
I .\ .
Jacksonville! ; Belgian, Kurume S, ,n .. /t. Jr High basketball which I u Your child will tike it.
son. ter. Debbie, were in ) party was carried out
Mrs. Robert Turner baby
and Indira's, Cassias, famHiasBouaniillas 4 ..... ." 12) It contains only safe
and Roy Turner. Monday for their regular medical i 4 ZT- ::!'Sht Friday in Day- In the Valentine motif frownicjrcdicnts.
Bt h \hile
; down there for
Mrs E. J. Flynn and sister. Mrs I checkups. starf SUI"M'I')'. Ruby Johns. I. Mi .!t I., If Regret to say were still addingto (3) It 't'nt.linno' narcotics!: to Jtorb '
noted "coat
I Snobby Kelly of Immokalee .. < you a our sick list: Joalvce Graham nature > pnve "-
Kitty Fruen of Battle Creek : (jain. .. .
several with his mother : : the paper last week. has the and S-year-old (4) It will aid nature to soothe .;iu'1
days mumps
Mn-h are in Mobile. Ala. this spent j I'i Mrs A F. Sauls, who unn M! ?i ire: Chasteen's coat Leal raw lender, inflamed thnvt ;ant\
Linda Wasdin the chickenpox
has flu
wek visiting relatives Mrs. Enoch Kelly. .. bronchial membranes, thus rehevm.ihe .
; went a minor operation :" ,
threw the
I ; Ji.\my.; just
W and children and mumps she intends tc (oubr.J promoting rc. t ,1O.j
Mrs R Reese
Mr and Mrs T L Casey spent Hospital Is e-' \
exrw' '
and Don Page : wrong car in front of get them all over at once Mr sleep Ask (for Crei>muNion for i t tdrco
Mrs Adam Green
f Jacksonville! with Mrsasey' home this weekend. .
aday m ti.:;.' .- church last Tuesday in the rink, and Hue fuldgcCREOMUL'SION
visited S.lver Springs on Sunday V S John. Dot Sale Shell! Hah
'uatr MrH f E T1'8ta1 Mrs P. M Barefoot is .r < .,. c throwing coats away.

Mr and Mr L A Ijavi WPrf' MM A O L'lWit.r Jr awl Mr Petersburg a few days! \--i,.* r \, _h cost of living etc -- ChaiK-ne Hardy Anne Matthews

i' Fernandma MoinU; '. .-lust! \\ T .I
friends and r.-IIi t.ven ,,' 1"11111\. Irs B F Boone and chl'T':! t- 0 .' j \ Queet :and Bill!I herd and the Ira H.iri.s hl"1; rl.n, ....."> ..,,.. .. 0' Awl, f.'i' .

Ben! and Joyce, of Jackson Tfi-! ttt
.. : : .. .: -::;....... :. :. .J.-.. fc i are visiting Mrs Boone's pf'--r- 1/////////1/1111111/1///1111/1/l//1/11///.//illlllllllll/llllll/1

I Mr and Mrs C. W White. Pr I .

WHY PAY MORE? several D. II.weeks.Dampier of Jack i THE BiGGEST BARGAIN OF '53 IN OUR i

I was dinner guest Monday f'. It-- 4 .

nf his brother and sister-.r.

\ Mr and Mrs R C. Dmp'! .
Graves Home DairyStill \ New Magic Chef Ranges >
Mrs Selma Brunson and l d\ i .L' ......, p>
I ter, Jane of Orangeburg. S f* LWA\ 3 *>

spending this week with M pyi
Sell trade A t hutleurisfd[
| Brunson's parents Mr and MiV P d : \1 ..'" rh'.itos! by the Telegraph 4J >
\ E Thornton. The Thorntonalso J You're An Expert r a >>

had them T I H, .', "u i. lj'h( street wa the scene of a 10't'ly'alt.'r >
visiting over the 5
weekend, their daughter Mrs tone :.a Tit "1<.:; ..:' ::'i. ,n ti 111m' 4 to 5:30: given by the Girl Scout Troo 1Ip < .*.
MILK25cQt. The/ Start
\Villa Mae McIntyre and children lu.nor: .n); the.i othes: 5 i>>

| of Aburndale. Lovely arrangements of calendulas, azaleas and camellias were use d i t'om' >>

Mrs Kitty Andrews is expected to highlight points of interest in the reception room. The tea table ca]r- p

BUTTER MILK -- 20c QT. I home this week after two weeks ned out the Valentine motif with pink azaleas as the centerpiece a rid I Wit/i/ This/ >*-

: visit with her son-in-law and Valentine napkins. The table was over laid with a linen and la cr .
I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold i vt'-t.E >

We Deliver Every Day I Shellhamer in Chicago. cloth.Girls in the top photo, around the tea table, are: Maxine Striplin:j MAGIC CHEF + >>

Mrs O I* Bfasley and Mrs. J. Mary Agnes Matthews Betty Ann Simmons, Linda Kay Sale Shi An >p

Sunday Included \days\'. Kmcaid in Tampa.are spending: several ,Smith. Sandra Jean Rowe Dorothy Masters, Cecilia McCombs Cha IThi... \.ird-\\ide Magic Chef um-> ) otl ,b I >
lene Dennis, Judy Dankel, the Scoutmaster, ]lrs. Becker, and Eli:sin: all the ilistinctixe Manic Chef ad\ant- >
Mrs Ruby Johns and nephew >
HT. 2. BOX :202/ :! .- STMIKE, FL 1. Wayne Mundorf.vere in Tavares StefanelJi.: ayes one-picfc: top I burner unit.! >
over the weekend visiting Mr In lower photo are shown some of the girls assisting with itiu-si 1 1I Fiberglas:: insulation acid-resistant

PHONE I: s:5: FOR SKIN: ICE and Mrs Arthur BennettMr I meats in the kitchen. They are: Kiy Dennis, Vida Jean Gentr y. enamel. R"'d Wheel-controlled o\en. i!>>.

Sandra Lamb Pat Hobbs, Shirley Davis, Frances Landrum. Marti ia: >
and toe'touch Swing Out Broiler. And ll
OR STOP 01 R TRICK DRIVER) and Mrs II G. Davis, Jr ll.
and son. Greg of Tallahassee spent Van Lanamgham Jean Moore, Marilyn Cox, and Ann Bunch if >our kitchen needs heat on cold >>

the wE't'kt'nd'islting their parents, .4 day: you can get this model \\ith a l
Mis. Jerry Dyal, Loretta Kelly i Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy has id I p.
Mrs R J. Davis and Mr and Mrs I I : built-in tins heater. The heat Price
I N-- I and Betty Norman were visiting in : dinner guests on Sunday. fr rs; unique 18995 t
\\ X North at the State Farm. :
Union SundayMrs ; Charles : exchanger is guaranteed fr j )'ear .
County |; Hardy, Sr. and Mr a idnd
I Mrs R. F. Tanner Sr. of Bald- Billie Roberts of Perry j: Mrs. \V. H. Bryan of Gainesville Burner controlled by automatic T
Seaboard Railway w in and Mrs \\'. M Haight: ofJIl'ksom'ile I thermostat with 100 Per Cent safet ra d e-rn -. 29-95
spent the weekend with Mr. and I i Miss Lucy Paulk of Orange, >
spent the weekend
Mrs Ralph Begue and family. :'burg, S. C. is the guest this wee k vaIn.
with Mrs J. H Fields. I I
rrs. \\'. H. Xollman is in II of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk a ..
Mr and Mrs R. F.. Tanner. Jr I I ;
Sebring for a few days busi- and is also 1 3 Cash DO//
Watch of Jacksonville Wf'ro'eekE'nd on II]I I family nursing Mr Everywhere, More Women Cook t
InspectionJan. I ness. I j jMr : Roswell Paulk who is sick wit : 160.00
guests of Mr and Mrs Herbert I
Green and Mrs. Frank Schlecht :i[ flu. : OH Magic Chef Than Any p.
and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Kaminy I I Mr and airs Ben F Hall win etc : ,
MrsV. P. Styers, Mrs A p.
9 1953 G.j!! of Erie Pa. were Jacksonville business 4 '
overnight on Tuday. !
Lovelace and Amanda Wallace [;!tgu'ests last Thursday of Mr. and :: ea-4. 1 Other Range Installed With One Cylinder (Va.s Free >
returned to their home in Shelby, :'t I '
Mrs Robbie Shaller. j Azalea's Belgian, Kurunand ja,1
r ED SIMPSON GEM JEWELERMy N. C. after a week's visit with Mr.'I j
Mr and Mrs. R. S. Johns! of Indira's, Cassias, Camel
and Mrs. J E. Hildebran. t (i
Lake Butler were Sunday guests i I Rouganillas also Palms. ; :

Personal Integrity and Profession gional Frazier meeting Shaw of attended the State the Hotel re- of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green and I i Starke Nursery, Ruby Johns, I. :Ate'M I CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS & APPLIANCE CO.
I Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier. I|! Gaines :
Commission at the
George Washington '
Backed by Over Forty Years Experiencein George Flynn Jr. of Tampa was Mr and Mrs J. H Gill of r
Hotel in Jacksonville on 1 1 t911'. Call St.
; 301
hoT.e. for the weekend Starke
Augusta Ga are spending tweek hison'rnrnnrrrnrrr..rrnnrrr.rrnnr 2
Repairing and Servicing Railway Monday Mrs Shaw and Mrs. : '
Mr and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand
at home
summei ..
Carl LaMar Johns accompaniedMr / TTTTTTTT.YTTTTT.TTTTYTYTYY
Watch is Your Guarantee of Satisfaction. Shaw to Jacksonville and family were in Tampa from I II Kingsley Lake.Mr. .

went shopping. 'I Sunday to Tuesday attending the : and Mrs Kirby Swindell <
Officially Appointed
i Misses Sarah Greer and Emi- State Fair. ,, Palatka were visiting Mr. an IfTHERE IS AN APPROPRIATEVALENTINE

lene Kelly of Gainesville! were Mr. and Mrs Paul Raymond Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson on Sunda;

SEABOARD RAILWAY Sunday guests of Mrs Enoch Kelly spent the weekend in Bainbridge. ,, Mrs M C Mott of Brooker isher i

and Loretta Kelly. Ga. as guests of Mr and Mrs J. J. 1 J spending this week with

WATCH INSPECTOR 'I j Mr and Mrs J. T. Quigley. Dr. Moore. 'i: daughter Mrs. Wilkinson. GIFT
John McNeill. Mrs. Elmer Johns Mr and Mrs Garl Mathews and Mr and Mrs. S E Reyes Jr

and Leonard NoegeJ spent Tues- son. Bruce spent the weekend at and son, Steve of Jackson vi
ember Radio .\d,'. Guild/ f 'i lieS
[ were visiting Mr and Mrs J
dain Jacksonville Neptune Beach visiting Mr. and j ,
Sponsoring: Your Safety In Our Ti: 'wn I Azalea' llflgian, Kurume Mrs. Virgil Mathews and Mr. andMrs. i Saop and family Sunday FOR EVERY GIRL

WGGG and lndl<*a's. Cassias CameVias. Lowell Mathews. i] Mr and Mrs. J. O. Gay a nd

12:30:: On Your Dial Thursday ::1:10ftt"Tnutln: Ilougam'illas also Palm At Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish :,: daughter: were in Gainesville Sui -

STAKKE, FLA. :Starke :\lIr..r)'. Ruby John L. M. and son, Vernon, drove to Fort ,, day visiting Mr Gay's parentMr at Koch's
Caine>. Lauderdale on Wednesday where and Mrs O. C Gay Drug Store

Mr and Mrs W, L. Joiner of they visited Mr and Mrs D M
Atlanta Ga are making ai in- Heath and then went on to Miami daughters attended the State Fai irs TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT''TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTlHer

lil'f'l1Itt''isit with their daughter on Thursday on business. (' in Tampa from Sunday to Tue!;

Mrs L D. Vmmg.! and Mr Vine Friends of Mrs L. F. Smith. Sr. :.day. ) t"' ': 1 r Favorite Scent in

r THEATRE mg will be happy to hear she has returned -I Miss Sue Biggs of St Augu:... 7) -. .. ';,

STARKE Sheriff and Mrs P. D. Reddish ''I home after being confinedin I tine was here for the weekend & EXQUISITEPERFUME
and Mr and Mrs Joe. Tomlinson St Luke's hospital the past' Mr and Mrs. Nelson Baker an df ,; t

and son visited! Mr. and Mrs month. Her daughters, who have I I Mr and Mrs Reg Drummond c
IedicaledTo Community t Service
00)10\1.. Are llritrr Than E\fOr" Drew Reddish in Gainesville on been with her. have also returnedto I Mitchell, Ontario. Canada wei reF CANDIESA .

Sunday.i their homes Mrs F S Field ,:,I guests last weekend of Mrs r 1 1I
i I
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad j i i Mrs Junius Smith and sons. to New York City and Mrs Harry Ward They are continuing the ir ,+ "

cut ad out and present it to Ho\ Office for FREE TICKETS Butch and Bob were in Tampathe Sellers to Brevard N C 1 vacation In South Florida a MARVELOUS Wide Selection Just

first of the week attendingthe I
Sat.. Feb 14 ONLY Tues.. 11 ed. Feb. 17. 18 State Fair. .ti I

nir. Dorm.E FEATURE Mr and Mrs J. H. Hooten of :,, ASSORTMENT OF Come in You're' = -

; 9U NEnE I WRITTEN! IN S1140KE...AND BLOOD* Eustis were visiting Mr and MrsR .V r .r s

R Hutchins last Thursday r
e lint 1 esiay I C / BOXED CANDIES Sure to Find Her '
;Mr and Mrs George Roberts

APACHE Sr and Mr and Mrs Vernon Si-! .,

r ox and son. David, were in St Starke is certainly well rtpre'st'nted for breakfast: Incidentally Heart's

$ Augustine Sunday visiting !rand at the State Fair this week hear Kaspar's just pledged Beta I From 55c to $$.00 Desire

Mrs George Roberts Jr. who among those attending from I Theta Pi at Emory Watching
I I r
ia+ w Rya \ nave been recently discharged from here were Virginia Smith and the old Baptist pastonum being TTTTTTTlTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTTTVTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTyTTTT yTTTTTyyr

,\ND the hospital following an automobile sons. Batch and Bob, Bernice ;i. torn down the past week and the

SMOKE accident.Mr Thomas, Mr and Mrs A. W ,new home emerging in the background S TOILET SETSDRESSER SETS

and Mrs. Maxte Carter had Masters and family Susie Beaver ;, has been like watching a

ti r.ed IliI to.iA.writw as Sunday guests. Mr and Mrs Jimmy Reddish Tom Slade Ber : beautiful butterfly core: out of I

lean +c -'I D.nt Wallace Faulk and children. Mr North Al Stefanelli, Arthur(,| its cocoon in the sprong'a? COMPLETE LINE OF COSMETICS

I', G. .-au '' and Mrs W C Bedtnb\U: h. Mr Wlnkler Mrs Hogan Smith. Alice ;I i really a sight and the new Pas
t 1+F 1
rr and Mrs Edwin Starling and Capt. Anderson JoAnn. Dick and Tom II I torium is lovely to behold yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyTyyryTyyyyyy yyyTTTTTv

Gilbert ROIAND toda FARRELL and Mrs C B Starling, all of Smith Judy Green, Ann Johns I Hear eWe Deas had quite a Hundreds

; Ro rtHORTONBartjaraRUlCKGcneLOWiART Jacksonville and the A. G. Loudons, Jr. ''; time cenionstrating and selling ..r. BeautiBILL FOLDS

( .-,. e Mr and Mrs Tony Gonzalez was nice to see the Boy Scouty ; sausage in Lovett's last Friday f., ful Ways to Express ,

1 __ _.__ _.sou UUiI and Norma Gonzalez attended the troop, enrnasse, m church Sunday ; and Saturday her friends :
Y Your ( Sentiments
.... Deepest
-.u ji j\; nw : wouldn't a..
Gaspan'la: and Fair and also visited the Methodist commemorating take her senously when 4 i.

i Boy Scout week among she "preached them thought ; i on Valentine's
Mrs Lisa
l'lu! Nexvs 550 aiid J-'I..r :\ar' their mother Gonzalez
I'lu-i tional 1 the weekend in those spotted were Jan Mundorf: :.she was playing some kind of
. Kgg-Cltnl IUH>trr" Cartoon fart over Tampa. Day. Wide AssortmentElaborate
Archie and Dede Green Tommy I to
i, game guess glad see
.u.d Chap. No 6 "Ul.uk 1U\\U Mrs E. J. Dowli.ig. Sr. Mrs EM. .
:Sf eri4J. MRS. 0. O. NEB BC. Long and daughter, Mary Ann Dyal Kenny Miller and Assistant ,Chief Thornton back-- on the lob and Plain
Scoutmaster Harry Green I j after his Illness can't say I'rr
ard Mrs C. L. CUrrie visited the' ; w Cards Exquisitely ,
J. CLARK Thur.. Fri Feb. li. 20 'I dad to see McKnight back tho' a+ s
Show Hear that Duncan gave
Antique at the George Kaspar
K::; t Designed
I'm always overparked'! hear Appropriate
| Washington Hotel In Jacksonvilleon Saturday
his family quite a start
Sun. Mon. i A b. H. 16rA that Dr. R. D. Hamilton moved Vertex
SundayMr nor. -.g when he came wandering'his office to Tampa on Monday 98c Up

and Mrs Roger Mathew*I downstairs for breakfast Kas I II |I have you seen the new 'SB YYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
==' o! Palatka spent Sunday with I TTTTTTTTTTY.YTTTTTTY.Koch .
-.. par. who is attending Emory University OlAsmobile that Jack Hall *
;-> ,,.., Mrs W E Dowlmg and family in Atlanta unexpectedly'got pportm' these days A M

S; 1 Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughters a ride home list Friday night ', Sieg is now working as auditor I Drug Store
: PQt! Soldier 1 f l Janet and Jane, left Thursday for I and let himself in the house and
for U. S. Dept. of Agriculture in
- Nashville Tenn. to visit Mr. and I.1'went on up to bed without wakingthe I II
lliu -'Iilot! Cnu-k." Cartoon andeuit 6 Mrs Gene Frensley. former residents family and they didn't know Atlanta, Ga. started Monday PHONE 53 FREE DELIERY
\ !t9. Pis U S. Band I I STARKE. FLz \.
Vnuy cf Starke. 'the was home until he showed U;: and Ovid Lewis also started ..--

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\ rn.n. a.. ._____
I IUU'tuun \BY I;; I\)
ready to market You might tell -

him sometimes when you think u Dry Hay AdvisedAs ::\e Battle! petting !:aw.th th '.' : .,z. ....\>- .: ::-.,' .i.. ..__

a product will be ready as you observe ter Mixture For oats gained a total of 200, pounds gia.ed ,T. ::t' gra.a .is ',dr:' .L. .
growth in your section. while the five animals .
getting no oats
Beef iunng the! feed' :r.j:: ;>t r. ':
dr n Millard was out last week tryingto t Cattle Winter hay gained a total of only 20

get strawberry information pounds.
tt' Vm Playing
; -d'.s pasture; .- fine foroe The cattle'
hean: make the market ar\e receiving hay did not
,':.e .r: winter, BLACK HILLS
you better Volume qualit products animals scour nearly as much as those:
r will always attract more ::1\' :r-.h better if the also that got no hay the Experiment PASSION PLAY

>.< ; '. :Hd) to go along with the Station workers
buyersVe want to make mfrt also reportedSimilar Like

markets serve us better Le" p-e. : 'age. accontng to Drs tests are being made by all'smphilheatei
at' .: '.:-.ha and Gordon Every Sun.. Tuo.. Thur.
help Mr Judd to help us liitinger the Station here to determine
the "
( By Geo. TCounty 1luLetn+ r .. rn.versty; of Florida Agnur Thru March .> s I'.M
Agent \noth* Welcome MrangerA i : Experiment Stations. relationship of hay to oats pasturein I:.v. ....-,at.. $->.M). $? V>. S.I; 00I
change of duty for GergBrown : .
SmlcOaU t /! 4- T' cattle feeding. nrfduits' si:>0
J Agricultural our Bradford Soil < onI i C'-r' :a animal husbandmaa..
I I Dr. Cunha expressed the opinion (hiM I'utl..r i:. 6 .
I servation Technician, brings new \-:o E" K-llmger.: agronomist fedd"
Top-Dr !i ter season consequently the }worker to our county. Par.guia; and that Jivi"st IV 200 cf js'itrat growth bas been grazed dowa Pe&sacola Bahia
Apply to pounds \\IJJTK; or HIO\ t
\Ve welcome Bill Haas am find po >i! dri p.t, ur- ,'f Pangola
of Soda 100 pounds of pretty close. grass 11.L" a rack free-choice
or I new Technician. Bill comes lo or Penst, ,.:a n., ...\ ., :.r\t' tldsaire VSSION PI .VYALVAREZ1
Nitrate acre (,ntc.p Apply this top dressing after;, at'ie in
Ammonlam per from Union County where nr ha> 6 grazing a three-acr t-O..II IAI'',' Wale'... P1aHen's
iff. dew has dried to burning ;i"' : :l'" "' ," .\ ': ,
of oats and it will pay prevent established an enviable record fn - oo> ure, but dd not prt'ldt'h.
grazing Is more of the foliage. Keep livestock off -
Any green crop himself as a man who is ak ads r"r cattle grazing .n dr.,' ht"r
valuable to the animal when it ism pasture for a few days so that i: ,
ready to assist the farmers wntnhe { r'"E-t'- rt f oats pasture h: .i' I STORE fl..thiu I

a Under growing stage. Most age.the material Destroy the is off sacks the so plant animals foil ;;( can. f 'S''t'' A-etks oth: ........ III I !r..hh.hrd i 4 I

grazing vt crops like oats has been You who are in the SOS r>> r ;
will not have a chance to che..jthm ] n _
severe on account of the dry *in1 I gram and you who are not \\ !i' -- __ -
and cause poisoning. "' -- "" <.L- __ ......."
want to know Bill. He can h--lp r--
Hv applying a top dressing to GET
oats can them you if you will\ let him. BOVINE VALE\TINE.EWe! the cow, vacationing in Florida,
now graze
your you
.. much longer or let them grow and ;, We are not saying good-bye t.t didn't forget Elmer snow-bound in New York, Valentine's Day. YOLK VALENTINE FLOWERS

Valentine Gift SlielEnjoy I.\ mature for grain. I{ George because he is not leaving "Elmer and I are getting along in jean," moo-ed Elsie "but we still

4 ConsiderVormh jj Cattle i!i us. George will maintain head- get a kick out of exchanging valentines" The bulletin sized heart

For Years With spring grass on the way quarters here but will work in trimmed with dabes, expresses Elsie's bovine sentiments on this

.. and clover just now reaching itsI several adjorning Counties along "(east day" that dates back to the )ear 270. Picture was taken in

To Come good growth you want your cat- I I with Bradford.We Elsie's Barn Colonial Boujior at the Florida State Fair. Front

lIe to give you the best gains I are happy that our Agri- Florida
4 Power &
possible Greater gains per acre cultural workers in the County Light Announces

r. A I ICe ., means that returns for pasture I can combine their efforts to make Vastly Increased Expansion Program

cots are greater. You cannot afford j greater progress for our people COLONIALFLORIST

4 worms living in your cattle. \\ here N Sam! New construction expenditures t j illation! and its expanding t.---:

BULOVAj 1 One of the Jobs: in a profitable My wife asked me that questionI for the coming year of $33 OuO.OOO> and industrial econonu" Smiths

livestock program is regular : had missed reading about all the more than $5,000.000 greater I! ai'lTo )1H -. r

4. .worming and early spring 's one.I activities on the McGarvey plan- than had been anticipated --- w,-re help finance the pn's un I

C e SWISS 4 4 I| of the test times to do it. tation in last week's Telegraphbut approved Monday in Miami by the FP&L directors authorized J.'O; 1 '

i 4 i If you think your cattle are bad- I hadn't said any thing aboutit. board of directors of Florida 000,000 of new financing J -, Ood Mi

4 ly infested it will take two doses i iI < Power & Light Company. 000 of 4 1-2 prefemd stk whu n ,, -

or 'each 21 days apart. If you have' :Much: of the new program will is being purchased by ::"l":ht'rn >r\\. :
has increased ;
4 I Sam. if your work load '
4 a few that show severe symptoms i be devoted to expanding and .stitutional investors and the -Ue O CORSAGES
so that time for writinghas .
4 of worms it might be well toRive I: strengthening the "pool of power" of $15.000.000 addi'on:' i! : .;tmortgagt' i
been taken we'll have to get o .
4 only halt dose at first and anil network of trana-nission liner bonds1'EXTECOxIAL v
4 i you some help, or could it be that I CUT FLOWERS
t- 4 then full dose in 10 days then re-I j I that serve fast growing Florida s
Alice has not been as helpful as
> 4 4 peat full dose in 21 days. j usual'hate'er? 'according:: to FP&L President Jfc'Gregor HOLINESSC1IUKC1I

A form of Phenothiazine, drench Smith. : DISH GARDENS AND
4 School
want Sunday 10
I \\ the reason we i Included is a.m. 1 _
4 or tablets, i ig the thing to use. Yf>u a cross-state trans-
Morning Service 11
solved that diary will a.m.
so your mission line to
44 connect the East
Phenothiazine from | NOVELTIES
can get your that Evening Service 7.30:
4 continue. We are hoping your Coast drecUyilh: p.m.
the 10wTWest
local feed dealers. A gallon of!
4 Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj
report will! be in this.week's paper.
IN Coast. This
drench will worm from 15 to about i i iI will permit interchange night 7:45: p.m. Saturday night
I know that livestock BLOOMING
your pro- of power between the POTTED
I 123 animals depending on size of i I Ii 7:45: p.m.
All Price RangesIT blems are solved since you had a'[ areas and further bolster the
i, animal. Give some thought to get- I .
visit from our office staff of Mrs. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
power supply. PLANTS
j ting rid of those parasites that II i
'! Sapp and Mrs Watterson. They Also approved was the J' tiIIEt
I are costing you money.Votalowx purchase WHERE; TRAINING; AND
IVH.1.PAY YOU were reminded however that the of a new 135,000 kilowatt
Look flood gen- EXPERIENCE COUNTIf
results! of their suggestion dependon ,1'! prating
TO SEE US BEFORE Irish potatoes are showing plant to be installed in
the behaviour of the moon! time for the 1955-56 season. It you need a truss or surgical:;
YOU BUY HER green all about the county now. 1
will be by far the largest generator support, yon cannot afford to
didn't about the Monday
They worry

VALENTINE PRESENT morning frost at all. N. J. I Late Planting in Florida will dwarf the take a chance with your health L'T1FL'L LUSH BLOSSOMS{ THAT WILL TELL HER JrOUBBLBG..LYTI4
THIS YEAIt three big 60.000 kilowatt units by being improperly fitted.
Davis who lives at Graham learned May Account For .
I how to combat the frost wOrry. now in service and under construc- Here at ('ancua Prescription r THAX WORDS

!1 Some of his folks were visiting j Poor Lupine Yield tion. Centerr have trained technicians -
Large Selection Of 3 i, "We see no reason to doubt
him over the week-end. They told !; both male and female,
Unsatisfactory production of that Florida will continue
him that the watermelon serve jou.RemernlxT
Valentine Day Present( : growers blue lupine cover crops in some i i i, even faster than we had anticipated
3 down around Lrashurg ne.-er worried jour health and
fields this season probably is due; ," Smith declared. "There- PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW.. PHONE 218
; about frost if it was during comfort depend on export
At Prices You Can to late planting according to Dr.:1 fore we are raising our sights to '
Alvin T. Wallace, assistant agronomist make certain vital electric power
kill growth. If we '
Afford To Pay } young with the University of Flo- :I will be available for the new tingeCANOVA
:jean |et our frosts on full moon. I
rida Agricultural Experiment homes, industries and expanding
3 : we run change our planting dates.
.1 I II Stations. business
our population
Mr. Davis and I are going to growth PRESCRIPTION CENTER Colonial FloristCYXTIIIA
Iwatch I While lack of soil moisture at ,,,requires." !Ji
that thing from now on PHONE 4202
i the proper planting time was the !i ii In'addition to the I
WILLIAMSJEWELRY and see how it works.! Maybe we I j.i upping year's (Near Hospital)
I j of delay in plantings in some :
I' are the only two persons whoodidn't .i cause construction expenditures by SCHMITT NONA STREET STARKE FLA.

know that. Instances, other late- plantings may ',,, $5,000,000 over long-range estimates ':, Gainesville, Fla.AA1AAAAAA1A.AAAA1AA1AAXA.A.

; I! have been due to a misunderstanding made a year ago the installation -
Patronize Your :Market: (
of planting dates: "\\ ere the of the 135.000 kilowatt -- -
Millard Judd is making special
] i! soil was too dry for prompt germi- generating unit was pushed up (
551 W. Call Starke Fla. effort to secure buyers for Ja this
your ''nating' of seed," Dr. Wallace explained -j sooner than had been anticipated. Oldsmobile POWER ON r.AIUDE one brilliant car in

products. It helps him if he knows "farmers could hardly do tangible evidence of the company'? this Super '"88'' OJ] about when a product will bet I feature on the market! You'll takeoff
otherwise than wait until moisture confidence 'n continued rapidgrowth fiery major "power"

1 I supplies were favorable, but planting I 1 of the arM. rockets ahead againin more suiftly cruise more smooilJy-stop more turelyf -

""- lupine late when it could bei I! This FP&L'S ('(r more msily vhen OU-'moLile'a new power features

-...- the time is : places expansionwell i po to work fur you! There's Power Steering*-new Tower
... ... ,'- planted opportune \ ahead of schedule on its 8332,- POWER *
results I Brakes and Hjdra-Matic Super Drive f' r
tilt perfect
practice and usually 0
... poor 000000. 10-year .
j' tilt... e the in unsatisfactory production." j the program.Of ( power delivery! Plus brand new Power Styling inspired

I I tilt tilt tilt I j If adequately fertilized (with 0-\ $33.000,000 approved 'by. by the "Kotket" Engine/! Make a date with the Super
:( i! 10.10 or similar fertilizer unless I j for this year, some $2 ',- 0'88" there's nothing more thrilling on the highu'OJ!
aa, 1f 000,000 will go for the improvement \
J Rl-I Point I fer- 1
the previous crop was heavily and expansion of distribution .0yri.nd w our I ew> ,
Itilized seed properly inoculated. !II !
I I and transmission lines the installation -

\.. :Y I ..It IJ ) I and if planted on a well prepared of substation and other

"'\ 1 ( tfre WlU j seedbed between October 1 and 15, i' facilities to further strengthen the

J or blue lupine should produce from
: : .r. i I! system and serve new
1 110 to 15 tons of green manure byI customers; $8.000,000 will be spenton .
'k/1Uie (
.; : ) : /fou I late February the Experiment Station -, new generating equipment, including -

I v 1 ;1 worker pointed out. If planting :,, a new 80,000 kilowatt unit

y' [ is delayed until mid-November under construction at the Riviera

,I 'hA ".--.\:{, I No matter chat you write, lor later however green manurej :: Beach plant near West Palm :
f ... yI I no matte how you write it, j production may not amount to ,,: Beach and $2.000.000 plus will be

I ,.. '"\ I there an Eaterbrook point more than a fourth of the crop i|; spent on improvements and additions -, .

I ;J ; 1 :I made expressly for your kind i fwriting. : planted earlier.I ,,,I to gas plants and other fJ.I .-
''I I "Most farmers who grow lupine :|, cilities.
kes For the writ
.41 greatest
} d4f s.7. I for cover turn under the crop about This huge power
biggest -I
: ;"f I ing CAM you've ever kno..lI \, the middle of February- time in the company's history,

,. I choose your point at the pen for it.to become assimilated by however is not designed to supply

1 c: I counter and fit it into an the sol!before corn and other crop o electricity for house heating during -

I \.. I EaUrbrook Fountain Pen. 'are pUnted --and the simply cold snaps There ..
crop are
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1 .. : 1
"I : enough cold days ,
/ does nt have enough time to produce to justify it.
1 Ill I maximum of Smith pointed out II I
quanities I
1 .. ._ .. .
-- \ \ manure, if It is not planted by "We are determl!:' J to provide, .. -- _

1 .. 1c o.-tbet t 1\! Dr. Wallace said plenty of ,tKct u p"' '.- er to meet I ,

1, '\ \\f t .' \ Dr VJallace invited farmers whr the needs (cf Fi. ; ..i,, >' .;rovrmg pop- .
< \ -
1 .t 1 are interested; in the difference in -

1 1 i'teen manure production of crop "'

1 1 nsnted.by! mid-October and later FOR SALEFLORIDA ,

1 tl' \ .sit the Experiment Stat "r 90 u 5 fi x' 'A

1 r"r. here Plantings of lupine

\ made on November 17 and 29 are STH.\ BEnny

>\ ;ind three Inches in ht'ight NURSERY
1 i re Mvtivdy while plantings mad ar '
1 $10 I'er ThousandF. #
r I o.-totxr 13 33 inches c
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REPLACE \ \ s Chairmen Of Drive

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) /)." bi; !'.:tal: plans for th! ,' Br".H",' ,.. ..
ALltOUFountain DO / c..pi. Court Utun i*
\ ... lob b "" ..r.'yfled: Cross Fund Drr.e MONUMENTSLOWEST ...
+ ., "JI J.j '.\ t'"t' made Tuesday night Feb I ;

. TensComplete f \# ) ,", ''U1.r3.: in a special meeting hel.ii PRICES I 4'I
N Jtt .
the Red Cross Office Mrs FINEST '
4/J QUALITY! .. ,
T ..r.iH:; Smith. Bradford County 1 'A / .
. -tw ,
No Extra
N Fnr.d: Drive Chairman! announced ChargeFor

2.37 '" \ \ t the following committee chairmen Setting In Or NearSTARKE / I

t!.i..iiiiiiiiiii...1 Tax Included iIIi:,,"_It 4.e'I'.. /,,, I W Publicity Matthews B. Sewell.Business:: and Mrs Guy Rev Advance Glen Andrews.District T Duke G Gifts:Mitchell,Indus-E.T. cochairman HP'ade L- .;, "ROCKET" ENGINE 0 l 0 S M 0 0 It 1 L EINTER f I

Come In And Try This Pen You'll Never I's* Another toy!: Mrs Ruth Morse Rural Dis-


L. Are: HUe5.egT'O !'e<-- Write For Free Folder

Mrs Smith stated that the goal
> 128 W. Call St. Starke. Fla. for Bradford County is $3,000 STABUSHE3; 1933;)


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Presbyterian Church Week Of DedicationTo Methodist Officers At The TabernacleOut Long Bridge Church St. Mark's Episcopal was held' at KugsltLake, near 'a:: t.n-.ated! dtier.dn-e: .:
Corn.r 7th and Cherry Stll. Be ObservedBy Are Elected At of town< speakers at the Plans ConferenceOn hey, Kijmond .:. MacBUmchedul .! Kingsie Like: CVneter' with .">

\V. 100, 1\k\l11f'f, I".torSaturday weekend > of Services&CMD.tis .' ,
Tabernacle during the past Mission .- - -: : < -->
ConferenceThe ork -
MethodistsThe Quarterly -. :.
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Feb. H .- Bake sale included ReCoulson Shepherd
of Kite's Electrical Service Re\ Thomas G Mite l.<-ll First Methodist Church of > of the "Message to Israel" The Long Bridge Church an- 945 am. Church School n Don't Miss This Sermon:
in front
and the congregation( of tHe First Starke elected its officials for the broadcast Saturday night with nounces heir Mis-ionary Conference a.m., Morning: : Prayer &; Sermon

3 Store.30 p m The Junior and Beginners Methodist Church of Starke will 1953-1954 year at the session of colored slides of the work in Jeru :I to be held Feb. 15-22.: 6:30: p.m Young People's Senice "REMEMBER LOT'S WIFE!"

classes of the Sunday JilL more than u.r.* million Methodists the Fourth Quarterly Conference salem and Tel Aviv Mr. Shep- Meetings begin at 7:30: pm. Rev. League.
Valentine partyat in observing the Week of held last week by Rev R. E. herd was accompanied by Mrs 'T. T. Titcorr.be. veteran mission- Remember What What did Jesus mean h\ thf warning '
will have
1st. 11 3rd. Sun-
the home of Mrs. W. J. Epper1 1 Dedication. Feb. 1522. Rutland Superintendent of the Shepherd who explained each ary of the Sudan Interior Mission day 7:3v:: a m. ? Does it apply to our da> ': Hear the answer t'II

son JrSunday Bishops Lloyd C. W.cke: Pittsburgh Gainesville District of the Methodist picture in ar. interesting way. ; will be the speaker. a.m.l'Rm VY these questions Sunday night at 7tO:; at the ,

9:15: a.m. Sunday and Matthew W. Clair fit.Louis Church. On Sunday morning a very fine : Rev "Tomirie" Titcombe servedas 7:30 p m. Litany Meditation I IFirst .
national chairman and vice'' L. A. Davis was re-elected as a message on the :22nd: Psalm wa a missionary in Nigeria, West .
e School. S p.m. Choir Refcearss.!
11 a.m. Morning Worship chairman of the Week of Dedication trustee of the church for a three brought by Norman Greenway or i Afnca. and entered that land in Baptist Church, Hampton

committee, state that this term and the following Greenville N C. who attending 1&05 and labored
Service -- "The Way of Peace" year is among! the can- Rev. T. G. Mitchell I Hob Gray; Pastor" ,
6 30 p m Youth Fellowship j period at the gil.n'l1g of Lent stewards were elected: Leslie the Conference at Park-of-tne- ,jnibals of the Yagba-Yoruba tribe II I
Margaret Rose Duncan Pro offers an opportunity for the entire Biggs P L. Bridges H. C Brown Palms. The evening message wa,That was the first attempt of the Re-elected Head Bible School I 10 A.M. 15. T. t\ 6:30 PM I : I

I church membership to renew ,. Mrs M. W. Cressler L. A Davis on the Family Of God, and Scripture mission to work among these
gram Chm. Of Ministers "Hour of Power" Wed. S P.M.
7 30 pm. Evening Worship its dedication to spiritual living.: C. E. Hemwall. A. N. Holliday. was used substantiating the !pagans, and today there are -

Service "Friendship by (....)d'* '(! "The Week of Dedication has G T. Muggins, C E. Jarres. Carl remarks of the Speaker. I thousands of Christians besides Thorn: G MLtchell.: pastor t
become a bond of prayer and Johns. Albert Lee, -Ovid Lewis Monday night Dr. John "McN'eill I training schools for evangelists
lt the Fm Methodist Churchof
Standards" Christian fellowship among Methodist A. D Martin E L. Matthews.C was present and brought one of '| and nurses and 200 churches > "A Church Whox Field N The I I.do.l \\ e rld"

Wed Feb. 18 -- 7:30! p.m. --I| : around the world," according N'asworthy.. W. H Nollman. his unique services. Prior to the I. Rev. Titcombe's messages will be Starke.vas le-eKvted president -. -- _- -,. _.-_ .-. .
of the Starke Mmisten.ilAssociation .. . . -,;:
and Bible Stud i ,
meeting }
Prayer to the Rev. E Harold Mrs Titus Olson C S. Partin E message he presented his ministry based upon his expt'rienct"sth at the annual election - -- --- --- --' -- --

g.1) p.m. Choir practice.We Chicago, executive director of the K. Perryman. H. C. Ritch W. B He' these people.
of music
and Testimony. of officers held Monday. Feb 2
welcome all who church's central promotional of Sewell E T. Shull W. S. Sibley.T. \\OIJ) tOl LIKr: TO lit: MN 1\TtIlF'iTI\I.
want to Colored motion pictures will be
I will conduct meetings each nightat I ReL. D Haines. pastor of .
fice. "Reports have come from II Slade Foster Shi Smith, tM'L.1a.1T1l1OF: l1ml..n1t't: : : '
would like to worship with us. shown nightly depicting the need First Baptist Church, was elected '
hundreds tf churches which observed i John A Torode, L. D. Vining and 7:30: o'clock through Sunday I Then fonu> To Tht" tree I.ee'turn Kntitl:
Especially we would like to give of the 26 million unreached people vice-president and Rev L G. Hem I
the week last year with O. W White, Sr. Feb. 15.'First i: "THK: ('('.'IFOItnlSH ITS r U.I.'
"ordial! welcome to tourints an' special prayer services, dedication C E. Hernwall was re-elefted I jin the area in which the Sudan ingway pastor of the Airpark B
Church, reelectedsecretarytreasurer. >
those who do not have a Church meetings and sacrificial Offer\ an rhurrh treasurer.n __ __ __. W. H. Xoll- Christian Church j Interior Mission is working and Baptist .was I,

home here in our rommunuy trigs.Funds" I man was elected recordingsteward /: ('or. Call and Christian Mtv j I picturing the tens of thousandsof The Association voted to takea JEAN M. SXYDEK. r. S. B. I
used Of Ituffah'e.! \\ York
received are to C. N'asworthy as district -
t Donald \Veldon, .Ministeri Christians, the result of 60 religious census of the City of i I
for emergency missionary projects I steward, Mrs. Bertha Pearceas i i' I years of missionary effort in Starke and outlying areas the Member Of The Board Of lA't'tuf'robil' Of The Mother ("hur, h '
abroad and the workof steward, and T. H ; Services held temporarilyat
home and being
at Communion
I Africa. week of March S-15. All churcheswill The Fir*t lurch of ('hri..t, soiontM, In Boston, Mat
Overseas Relief Gifts this year'I Slade as lay member of the An- the Legion hall until our new
I I is'I be requested to cooperate in In
lONG BRIDGE are expected to total one million j I nual Conference which meets June building can be completed. The Sudan Interior Mission
i this project.The
dollars. In the last four years 15. Bible School (all ages) 10:00: composed of Christians from manydifferent FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Sl'HSTISTI:
half I Association wilt sponsor: 40 s. \V. lath MiwtSUNDAY.
more than three and a The following members of the A.M. I denominations to meet
10 Miles W. of Starke ( another Easter Sunrise Service i
Route 100 ion dollars has been raised. local, four Comnriasions of the church Morning Worship and Corn, I, the spiritual needs of the Sudan. this year on Easter Sunday April FEBRUARY 13.;) AT 3:151.: !.
40,000 and
leaders in elected '
Lay were : Membership
I 'munion 11:00 A.M. I The mission began pioneering in 5. Special music will be furnishedby Ixvtun I. rnl..rU"ltkt'* Of
churches are being urged to help Evangelism E. K. Perryman,
MISSIONARYCONFERENCE with the week-long period, ending I; W. H. Nollman. John A. Torode. Sermon: "Lhing'ater" i Nigeria in 1S93 and now has a the Bradford High School Glee riU* T CMl'IU. OK niUlVT. >{ HT1STGAIM.xMLLF. :
Christian Endeavor Young Peo- Club directed! bv Mrs Geraldyn : :, n.li \.
22. body of
| in a day of dedication. Feb. Mrs. I* A. Davis Mrs. L. D. I over a thousand mission
I (O Sll'an tht Biadfi>rd High
6:30 P.M.
More than 25.000. lav' leaders took Vining, Miss Anne Cressler, Jimmy i. pie : aries laboring In West Africa \ Vre \\rlconiiTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT -
I Srhool! Ban! dlrt"'ed in'ar
|: part in 1952.The \\Vldon; Education C. S. Partin Evening Message "Bread oLife" i The pubiir) eordialh
ib mvitnj ,
HobfiTht! :c.' e a> ear
Rev T. G Mitchell will begin Charles Fields. Mrs J. R. Wain- : 7:30 P.M.

Feb. 15 to 22 the Week of Dedication locally wright :Mrs. T. G. Mitchell Mrs. Choir Practice each Monda>''I .. : .. ,, w- ." '-d' _- '.._ -: ___ -_-_.'.._ :' ___,_ _, : '.:r--. ;-.':: :---. .
by preaching on the subject :, Titus Olson, Mrs M. W. Cressler: evening at the home of Mr. anc '

"The Dedication of Self" at the Missions T. H. Slade. Mrs II ,, Mrs. C. W. Colson at 7:30. Al ] TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT"S

11 i.'ilotk Church service Sunday !I r. Ritch. :Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs singers Welcome.

t morning Feb 15. Sunday evening ;;: Eva Blair: Finance Albert Le' Mid-week Prayer Service al Your Friendly \ STARLINGS A L E"Groceries
Mr. Mitchell will preach on L D. Vining T. H. SIaM C. E, Parsonage-Wednesday 7:30 p. m

Sri the "Fourth Beatitude"! in the Ilt>rnwaU.i A hearty welcome awaits you-. i ii i! !

ttf series of Sunday evening sermonson i "Where a visitor is never s Independent
'i i &
I "The Beatitudes". St. Edward's ChurchSunday stranger"

e for A children membership will begin training: on Satur-class Weekday Mass Mass at 7:30 9'IS: a.a.m.I m.. Church of Christ STORE Grocery & Market I Meat CheapAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAA

da\ morning Feb. H, at 10 o'clock Children's Class Wed. 3:00: pm.! Corner 10th and McMahon
r e.# taught,:: by Mr Mitchell The class! I I Amu A
will be conducted each Saturday Keystone HeightsWomen's Bible School-10 A. M. A
( Club) Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:31
morning until the reception of I Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th Sun. P.M. Starke, Fia., Corner (all & Cherry, Friday and Sat., Feb. 13: 1 11
the members into churth membership -
111 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud
on Palm Sunday March 29. ; Confessions before all Masses. each 7:30 p M. ..'
Children and parents interested in I 7:30: p.m. Everyone Wednesday welcome. _- _.. :t .h -.. ._ _-_ -:' -_ _. __ _. _' _-. _- __ = ._':: :- .-' .

d this' class! are requested to con-
I. S. No. 1 1 ,
33 art :Mr. :Mitchell this week -- n _n' _- __ ..

Church of God FIRST TAMS 47c1NECK
BAPTIST CHURCHStarke 3911 Potatoes

I i Sunday Worship School 11 10 a m a.m.Evening Morning -/

Service 7 30 p.m. YPE Service
\ 11" '" II" 4 II .
7:30 Prayer MeetIng -
Tuesday pm. -- '
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,:: 7 30 4.m. Thursday. I Pastor --- -- -- -- -- -

T. T. Titcombe 1..11tt') I Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town !
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Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -!i i Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 BONES 1 GC CARROTS S Bunch 7C

Pioneer Missionary, i Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv- .,,r...... '1, IIIIIIIII I I "
7.30 .
I ing! Saturday p m.ToRdurt
A muni; Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.

Tribes' Of Africa Sunday School 9:43 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. White Lb Large Stalk

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= nUDA l., FEBRUARY 13. 19.13

C. B. Hayes Death ] Enjoying The Races At Hialeah i iiIIIr Maintenance Leads I '
Lions To BurnMortgage Needed 1"i'igta. D UwarDtvor
: Bowling LeagueThe TOil are Ia.reby notlf., .t : .,' a
Loss To suit for
... .:;.... r The Veterans Hospital m Lake ,-. and ,':ho'f r. :.. :
service were held Sun Maintenance team w.th :a ;'::y is in ,great need of volunteers .hs N.ve been filed aMtnnt \ ,
On Dent named Court and .
day afternoon. Feb. 1. at 3 o'clock record of 17 won ar.d 10 lost led t.> !''irin the library central supply you are rqntr io tent ."

In the First Baptist Church Lake Humphreys Gold Corporator rooms and occupational then,complaint Your antvcr on the or Plaintiff pt.*4i :g

Butler for C. B. Hayes 57. who 1 / i rt bowling league last week with an :\"t Wrd..J,1' '.\ .:: :'t' .i i'iS' apt department Experienced m A,:t.>rat'Y William 1'1: g

died Friday. Jan ZOo in a Lake average, of 0 630 oocasf: : 'r Starke Lions bookkeeping stenography, making Florida'; t'lark. iaiidina J. f\'

City hospital following a brief Wet }Maintenance and Zit when they burn the mortgage. on surgical dressing and bandages and.. file the : n !h-
their Den or skill! in any arts and crafts f the Clerk : for at i
ninths. g con Mill each with an average of in ceremonies preceding before the
their regular would t* helpful but not neces- :3 day K .
The senlces were conducted b\ t T\ o 593 dire tied for second posi- supper meeting.A .
othrrwU the ,,,,
Rev. Leslie; A. Shepherd and Masonic huh guest of the club on this occasion Complaint tt rn. .
t \n'one'Illang to serve Friday ,
one teased
rites were Mid a' the graveside \ r IndivIdual l ratings were as follows will be District Governor by t. ,

in Elzy Chai-el <'emetery !i George L. Seaman of Jacksonville. or more per month us asked to .'no This. cacti no;* -e'. 'U p I'

:29 I who will make the contact the" local American Red the weeks in t. f..' I
Don Sep' main addressof
Mr Hayes was Best individual game to -late. Cross Office in the Public. Health .I..raplt '
w 4 the evening. hated thi. U .Uv ,
.f j.
." e i M R Baggett 197; The Clinic Building on Church Street .\.... .. .ll.U.l.1.-' t'h..r:, t
I event will
also be
a Ladies o- phone Mrs Hall at either 74-w Clerk of the Or. .
Best three-game total to date, M.cit. with all Lionesses invitedto or 23-\V Hy Mirun K ,'r.b> ivj-.. ,

iptMiSTARKE j y H A Green. 159; witness the mortgage burning. -

ATe. } r fw a- Amos Crowley led in three divi- ,and stay for supper. n1ln: Tn \I'I'Po",
FL In .rirratf ('...r.. llrtdftrJ r...t,. c. r. u.
: Three ...dd.: !. Cheerer..
new members LesterC
with the
suns highest avenge .
E I' 1-! ru.nj.tf. t)1M: H1TTKK OOM
Fri., Sat. Feb 13 11 .UHID.T .t strikes. :-S3: highest Humphreys Jerome Johns and i-'Il ln ": .' i'.f, ..d.uit
*. .. lilt: Mour v 't\\ iuiNh
Joe Ardr-.c X *
Hilt DOCII .E FEATl'UKKANGAROO{ H frrix.n.: .. 1 ber of Sparf'5417 were inducted into \...1.T T.. \pprxr TO Fcmttnit MI
Mil nn
'he! : .b .-. '
o : > ir.o-.t:1'; :h."
4110 Or.' .nul\.dua.! d\edgr: : R'ewlrada\ 1 fI\ Ills MrMt Klr >

TIA'IIIOLOR11altrren Pictured at the ra e.i in HUleuh last week li Bra!ford Representative Doyle K: Conner (center with
O'Hara and Peter H group of friends in (hO' tiubhouMLeft to right: full Miller of Miami formeil) of Marke Max I'aul, _.- ---- .

lanffordAN ('Innrl. II. IJ. J'r,ton of :Marke; and Conner flans 0('. Mi.s Johnnie Kennett. also of Starke.1fs6 .

II -- at Brooker. lie was a son yule, and C B Hayes Lake But- Starke Post Office

Fighting Bill Carson of the late Nathan G. and Hannah ler; three daughters. Mrs Eloise (t fond ek atMi

Ulth .\1! (Fuzzy) !St. John Barry Hayea. He moved, to Lake Dobbs. Memphis Tenn Mrs Gets 98.5 RatingThe

.\1..0 Cartoon and Serial: Butler from Starke 20 years ago Joyce Ward and Mrs Allegra

'and had served as Clerk of the Saunders Lake Butler; one sister Starke post ofn< e r..t'I\.ed .- "-' .

Sun., Mon. Feb 15, 16 Circuit Court in Union for the Mrs. Ellen Keene. Gainesville, and a highly satisfacton rating of Come the

'! past 16 years. three brothers Maston Hayes. 98.5 in the annual inspection held Fla. Gr. A D and D see scores of Dollar stretchmg -

HIGH SIERRA .I Gainesville E.V.. Hayes, Starke. here last month. values that show how
He was a member of the Lake faithfully
\\IIh Humphre) Itojcart and and N. G. Hayes Brooker ; Efficient and courteous ser. ue we
'Butler Baptist Church and chairman follow our Founders
Ida Luplno to the public and careful adherence FRYERS F Advice Give
1 of the Board of Deacons He 45C '
,\l .o Cartoon and New Feeds to the postal laws and the people the
Kopelousos regulations most for
was also a Shriner. a member of ,. you can their

I Lake Butler Chapter No. 19: a Tornado and departmental mstrurI _. money "
Tues., Feb. 17 ON JrTHE t SquadsGeorge tions are factors taken into consideration _
j Royal Arch Mason Past High '

SELLOUT Priest; fast Master of Lake Butter Kopelousos. proprietor in grading post officies Hermans All Meat

Ulth Walter IMdgeon. John I Lodge No. 52 F A- A.M. He of the Guidon Grill, was host to The annual inspection consists oran Bright Sail

HodJaklsi j was secretary of the Union County the A and B Tornado football audit of books accounts re- 1-21b

i ,11 Cartoon and N 1"\\" Democratic Executive Com squad and coaches at a shrimp ports, checking of procedures !I I BOLOGNA 19C
practices etc B
1 I mittee. supper Thursday night of last LEACH E

,. 11'ed.'fhur. Feb. 11'\, 19 1 In commenting his death, week. An additional inspection i i.als

UK(; DOUIU.K FRATl'KK i'the Union County Times said: > George an ardent booster of made but usually at a different! All ood Sliced i

"He ..as never too busy to say a the team had promised the boy time of the condition in tit m ''h Quart -
kind word and offer help to any- "all, the shrimp you can eat". and the building; is kept. At the .ts \ Breitfast49C 1 OC
Street one who might ask for it. His they took him at his word.'There | inspection in December 1951 the BACON

Ann Sheridan: John Lund sunny disposition and kind words was no speaking just rating of the Starke post! oit.cewas t _

\NI n made it a pleasure for anyone eating" George said but everybody 100 per cent. ,: t ANN PAGE
t25 : I ,
% entering his office. had a good time Lean

HAREM GIRL survived his NOTH'E To "'I'.: Ut Meaty ;] GRITS (21
Mr Hayes is by KETCHUP
In Circuit Court llradlurd County.
\\ilia Joan Davis widow Mrs Annie Mi'Leod Hayes Florida In (.ha.....,'. Ib
Berries -nlT. d.b"! i kn ., t' S SPARE ._
AppearAt Levis <> :t- RIBS 37C -
I'lu* latest World Sew two sons George Ha\es. Game--; '' .
Plaintiff.k I.1
'-. Stu-Klii. lfrr l.t-t .nThomas !t F'c\ irf i 11! giHidncs',.1!! "- Fabulous Suds
: i inati" *
('aNu ''' J: i .IK> d v.ncgdr and I ,d. FAD I k
I >''llt'f'T.lllu.ltr. ge P 9 28c
Market HereBradford .
n A lu..v.li' d
Tn: l.illi.in Th anarrsidrnrr \\ v ujs < iV
and adds '- i' II .ermans All Meat $SUtxa iniicli!
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Street. ITiioklyn. :Xi-v. } ,,' ?J-3 Manelous
YI">II air hfirhy n t".l : is! i I
County strawberriesare Ih

beginning to appear on the ,'suit ll\\.r.minor for\ .-children, custody and! < < :. 1 F FRANKS 47 C Mot.l.t.. 17 c VEL ge pkg 28c

market in small lots and the
ZENITH 'has teen filed against: )''''n 1 In the
a. rrovement :s expected to pick up 'above named Court and cau--e and
:you are required la ." 1'a -npy ..tI
r considerably next week if good 'your answer or pleading to the Super Right Fresh Pork ANN PAGE Pure
RADIO weather continues.M ;complaint on the Plaritiff CLEANSER
I! Attorney Evan T E\.ins. lu3 can 12c
L Judd. manager of the Law Exchange Duildutg. Jai'k-
AM n State Farmers Maiket. states that j Sunville. Florida BOSTON RAPE
:<9 i Pitt'S'l'l'e sold at the platform and file the orie'iia: In tie ,,:fire .,f
the Clerk of the Circuit. i'"uri on Toilet
here Tuesday for an averageof >r before the Made from the luscious! ; Uel Bar
; 16 day of March. l' ". : .
$3.19 bringing growers a gross I otherwh.e'the allegations of said ; j.ce of sun ripened PALMOLIVE? 7c

rNNeeII of $319. From 75 to 100) crater Complaint{, will be taken as cunt""" Iona Plain S-R. n grapes You never tatted
i"d by you. or _
are tej at the market
I This notice shall t>e publishedI GAAM finer!
i Friday I i. I each week fur four consecutive
werkain the Bradford County Tel. $4.49 .
and Service Sales are being held on Tuesdays ernphPatfd FLOUR 25'bs
and Fridays only until this 6 day of Kebru.r\-: I' 19c BOUQUETl.g.7
I II :i f'FFKMAL SE.1L) (Charles r.t! \ Clan
II I I volume increases sufficiently to Clerk of the Circuit Court
221 :\. Temple ..hlPIIO E 166 Starke, FloridaAMKUA have daily sales By Marian L. Ciosby. Denntv: Clerk
:2! i ; 4t

.._ Ann Page Smooth Krunchy

r I-'E"'ID'\'ID. 1[ (hT-'II@.X. 21C

-, I I II
Plants for FOR S.U.K: 4>ne I"h> bed KCondUion n1 THE FORMAL OPENINGof
luo&l"aaHal Sr. n- >in. > Sdlt'affl' Page OR
Sale /Mr )
Laura St.. "'ralt 19, J. 1lp : 14
\rltl. &iK to '0a'h to 3 r Sausage
ft M..utn .. -. iir.i.p \\ I\TII: pug
Korriuan a J tnuN'ntatl"n '
$ ->'t MAN < ilt \\ ":.o.L1I1"'l'IhUI'!, \\'otl... SPAGHETTI 2 33C

TTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTM kanJi; iiuii.iU" .'...1.1011,11..11) Adveiiiieit i iili'im-i I: r., InStarke iu"s 'I

Full in I put tim. Earnings
I A TT It E SSE S unluimril. :No, car "r nthfi

'kF ALL KINDS i .\i'tiiu-nt II. f,,,.11'> I will! hi-.p STARKE NURSERYOPEN I Ann Page 4 OZ
)<>u get ktaitrd Write Mi I' H C
Kulile. IH-I.I F'Th., J U XV.il t
RENOVATEDFURNITURE Kins Co.. Meiiiphi. Teiin_Up pint 19
"ftm "Olt SAt.K-tJirge Iturii-Thi-rin DAILY
heater HO call :;P-J_Iui_ I I

{.J I Foi; lJXT-Tbr. roi.ra (uini-h, 1 .dapaMmrnt.
enTraiuiU -. rlr.-!
if Klove and refrigerator utiltli' Including Sundays Ann Page ORANGE --
',, furnished :I. nnlf nut "II
Reupht'I+terrd gadIteflntlh.d K.nf.iMl 1M I'h.inr 09111'net -::: lip
-'eeeeeeeeeeNeeeeeeee jar FANCY
eMMeeeeefeee --" -a
} nl-\T--r""lrah\: room nl '*
'I 1) furnished apartment. New Du-
HASTINGS MATTUESS CO. ro-ilierm heater Electric kitchen/ Visitors/ Welcome/ At All Times

I'd' *:30 faUtka." FiL.UA44A11Al4AAWAALALLAA". i Take left Kra.led road at Call St.brtdgr. CORNED
l 1 mile to my sign on leftide BEEF
> if road. Mn. t'arl 11) an: -nneeee sees eeeeeNNNeee eN eeeNeeeeeee
Our Own Ib
I i Apariuieni. HI I now i-t': ._U pkg
l..rr j. n OIIOM. ju TEA 6SC.
\n'u: "It (Iota .
> plans ( 'I ii ; A K 'dltu
-'Iti..:tl \\ U'lgh l it'ninr.a i- h.\I,1 tbrat. '
I.Ur OakVrUur. .a.> "|''*niiK in nrarb) 1.., i'.t: ;

...1..111. Iach I'r6IaTFOIL Write KAA-ITO-IJI.at 'iiiir I.Mmphi K.i' Ifiti'i, :Tinrin.' I'. ]1"' Johns and L. M. Gaines Iona Yellow Cling I Jj 4 S H
TIIK lII "aT; MINPKP ltnd _"
I'lU Enaratrd U .l-lif.u n\ita-. : .sssassaasss.......>i.A..u.VA.AAUAAAA.VA V No. 2 7-2 con
fine .ntml
tioim un rag c. paper.arly TKX: .iritKS OF l.AXP an.lvill .-.
< M. Si Ur"JfoiJ County 1I"I'I"'I\"l'Ih".t ..f SI.trk... I!. U- 'PEACHES 25C
Tekgraphh_ $L.la \ .fi.n-h r. 111;:: 1 r .
.. $; :U? Lplit.l.t'i; ; i. K. -. v I it i-: : ,
U HE"\T-t\tf >v.-r Bart Furniture
I t :. Slat I'-. "'l.t.! .'1 a rt. ,T :M \j.
Sloie. I'hour 11 or 10; .I..r'n.. St.i.' .:> .\. I'.n' ';. i : SPECIAL

tfK Fla_t'y' : I I !local Ib C 1LB

< 'H 1t\T-t'"ul: Ur.'iu fnlnlsh \ CABBAGE ]
<' l-iwn wuh larijr >had.trd Mrv I 1 III Makesill Model : 9. Piece CAN

K .J It'"ltng. $r.. ;J37Y.. 'all It. hF o' lleavonaHle ekararc gnaraa f-" i.y lll-J._ < f. MU.IMir.lt:
T0.1V.. 'all ..t. Urkf .'... 531: 1
'U IUST-Furnh-h..1: .'r unfurr. Fresh Pole Ib

.-h-.l 1., ',>rrtt4..iiuirlnifiil.all conrn1 pntatr..."-*>... hath cL...* STlrlo1U111'llcen: >ed practical for nurse general or i BED ROOM BEANS I 19C _

... .
t' .I""abl. \1 duplex and t- : duty Doctors Oliaio I. iital.
'... w U Noltntan :I't 11. Madtf SOl W. Call Si. Starke Fla tf
1 Phone SO Starke, Fla.! Group CLEANS BLEACHES
... FOR SALE s.V x 16 i 1'r.l. .- Seedless
I.1.. VI K-;\'| |>' r>lvin Sw .-t I'- .. tu,.. k Iv ea- h 1':>l1t vMortar of NNeee '" I 1 Juicy
i; -. ,1 and ttup.i vnt, sift icit-fii .'.
... .01 F. '. M .tt*.. if J. Kniiiiiei-r Mix Ad"UK .','IIIIM-ntrn''1Ph liiadl"rd ,.ne- for DISINFECTS DEODORIZES
n, \ to'. Stark rn> : i '
_tf Was 159.95 -- Sale Price 139.95 GRAPEFRUIT 6 2 SC

'Ili ta\l': :S" :) fill n'.lw.1. h. .1". (....,,,... India r rm..,a
"n !.;11.<)'""" St' hllld.l. Tl l' l.i- 17.111:1*
lat.lt.( J'I' A \nr.erjv 1 BED 1_VANITY STOOL
,1L: i ;ji intv l.i'.r..h'.l a- n ..'.
. ill -AixK.*** uriMtitiiir\ ."'t. .1 : :n.n 1. 4 *".. r.1' h Lit VAXITY SI'KIXGS luumfn SKij) Lse liar Dromedary) Mix For 1 lopkjj
"':rft MOMIII.rttr.: ( IMF: ;..r .,..in'fr -ji", -T'. .ii.d -THEST I
II eiv-h
', n. ...n'l'.tll)' .rrk' n' lleletrdrrrialr*> dnrden. MATTUESS Octagon, 2 for 15c Ginger Bread 25c CLOROX
{I'.' 'v l.i oa'I and ( {it-rat.- .'. ., 1-HED
... I' Ii! ii" :Irir r llin! PHE.DPII.1.0WS::
' 'ud\l11: m. talftf This I. fl'tl ..
1! t. Kariet. Fia
'\ B.
"' S., .UlIIC r.'qur.d: "tti Toilet Soup Bath Bar !Peter Pa-=' 12 oz glass
1"1 i MIijh l>--lM< part line, tail: I'UOTEi-T Yt'l'Il SECURITIES -
I. 1.:1"! more far and $">a cash Firepronf Protecto S rurlty Box.beautiful. Sweetheart, 2 for 21c Peanut Butter 35c I
ii <;l-.unil which I' si-cuif-l Itin- large. heavy duty n.1b..Jt I. r
v >- .1"0. This will stand strict In-
$l0 Ja plus tax. BradfordfVunty Rival
sl .. t. -: Kulli>u Fur 11I101\\10 .11 \ urn : Quart -
Tel- raph tf
, -> : \\ It" Lit iv npirxni.it.M.It -. { 1 17C
'... lih- n.- -ii.-t "oI.h.,> in ape Snowdrift, 3 Ibs 83c Dos: Food, can lOc
:Mi-ir.:I \I. FOR SALE 5 a I.-. 1 17 h.-.Ir'n.! _
II .MI ;
; j <
:::::0::: .
.' .. tan tier. 1.1 g.t h.-
\ .S.'q. ilit.: t' 'lon! Si laG.
===_ s_ I 1.- 1 :.M... 111' facing 11.,1\\1..) "i'I. i 'OJ.- n Lots More Suds Le! Pkg White house Skimmed Gallon/
JoSs hi hua fr. Staikr -
) -m I' -
In:1 i* \1t\IEIi \ MI: t-! :J'.il A 'I. Suiiinr.. l"i i Super Suds 28c Milk tall can 9c 2 9c ;;
SUrke. Fla.
.. Vi
sa I- ; {nusihlr daroa vit rig a' t. :)
a..K., ti ,
at h1111'. vas) -I.n. ;\' .i.work m
- U r furnish e\n\ ihinc ... FOR SALE-T-A.I turnmit pl.woultivator. ia K*>ehler v. R. r.

' h tt V'rki.n< tal! > aI iilr I 1.1_KmriT Mj (lip'.\Jrt> .! -heller Beam. lt.ill:. I:.double!..I'LV.xi.l'$JO st.v>k'v SFU. '1.- Saltines, Ib pkg 25c Ritz Ige pkg 27c Gallon Jug 41C I.

::!:'..: \\\IE': : -\tI"" lI.nq .I.I\.I IB : _
::2---,1 deltor Prrv-rv, 1.1'.ot. ,if M.MeryKi'riitiife .
; F'tRLRI' fi-.n .
A-- : f.h..u All 1M
-_ : not nrrrssat ) Villrt.T .. y -
> lightrun i\ '
ilia; !
-.J-: firr sample ":4I.t. S:. niv1K4.hion '... GREEN GIANT
outsldl'Uiulns- < h You 1t'ed
>. S.S CUrk IUUK Jack 1lsnLE' ,. For
'' I" Ilt I. Box i- ";;
y.inilliKla_Up Your Bedroom
r.i--r;'. 1\1"1.1' \LTtit'Ul'h: girl andA FOR "T-Furnl..h.! 'H r.tsparimnit :- ., 303 Cm 1'rlcr, in tlii- ad rt-
aitrrtF''a Dri\r Inn Rr .
aura! I'chg t- ,, Th-'ne 7' L F.1* it.* :heWANTED'arpenter '- Similar to above picture I PEAS I 9 / 11.PAOE If'.thf'. thru :at. Feb.

A SMALL \\':\
K"1: S.U.K-Jd.ussi irrlr. pump work. r" ,.fac, PAYMENT WILL DELIVER THIS I
.1 M| ; ..in]> I ::-.- S.-* :MiF K dinff: did genera! rep.i'rP. :
I'I., ; : ..,! I' ... ,
ti I' -h- I' TO YOUR HOME. .
Slain, :.. ,.-. .... : ... COME IN TODAY
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Second Section Bradford County Telegraph 1


Florida's Prize-Winning Float Vets Movie Star Here Indiana Couple Locate

Bradford Soil Conservation District .- Urged To Get Photostatic CopiesOf For Night's Stay Here Permanently

Of After 52 J t .z;" ', .;' :....:./T Or Phi! Regan. Hollywood no\ie After lie\ ,'rt; ru'nth"I
Reports Balance $436 .. .'f"0. -- Discharge Separation Papers ,
--; ., zone su- and bandleader: : spenta and Mrs T R Sparkmar. -> >; *'

J. night recently in one of Indiana have decidevt t.> set Y -
The Bradford Soil Conservation Fish Commission are also aiding r .R A.i: "eterar.s are reminded of the Starke's tourist motels
I Injtrict. composed. of all Bradford I the Uistru' In their various capaci 4 importer.- ut having photostaticopies. meat and not just the front i? in
> ade submitted According to Chet Bagler. own- Mrs. Sparkman is the .i.! ...< /
County land reports a balance of : of their original dis-
$13552 in tti annual report covering .I lieu.A $1.693 grant trade availableto m' 'harg, :,ir separation papers for Veterans who have been re er and operator of the Starke 301 of Mrs. Pearl Sadnwat St.i: : -v

1952, according to Leon Conner the District by the state in 1951 us 1.1 app!\ir.g for veterans benefit leased to the Reserves since June 1 Motel one mile north of the city. formerly of Guy.

Chairman of the Hoard of purchased a rotary mover, a pasture x 27. 1950. should submit their Re- Repan enjoyed his visit very much. The Sparkman have ,' 1
+ I : Regan, who in Cadillac
up a -
chopper, a fertilizer distnnu si port of Separation or Certificate '
Supervisors A' .
i. i-i here in
Bradford Counv \ with a friena. gave 5S7 S. Hill into the chicken raising M.-.. '
Durtng the past year 31 landowner tor a cultipacker-seeder. and a "v .. :.- for of Service, since they do not get.
no excuse veterans ,
i Ave. Pasadena Calif and located '
as his address are on' e K \
requested assistance from, grain drill. discharge papers.
negie' this
.y ng important item, .
; bt,'ai.st doesn't cost them one Road.a

of conservation" practices in the past under the net red ,,,,' --
one photoataticipv
on their farmi. and 16) of theme applicant -
minincun '
charges They are:
: ieteran's discharge U
have developed workable charge of S3 for use of each pie. k1'7! a set "that the Clerk of the

' plans of equipment: charge of 2. ....'",. '"r' rtiee in the courthousener. t 4
499 hue been seeded 1
acres per acre on fertilizer distnbn It ,., i :performed free of 1s
'., improved pasture grasses andlegumes. and chopper: charge of 50 cent pet 'ht.: ..
;;; new Clerk. CharlesA
312 cropland acres have acre on the rotary mower; mpackerseeder ,
Teen improved with one or moreover and grain grill wilt FMrhv states that the practice
crop: and l.GOH acres of btntmueA: Additional copies -
Cash crops on the same file(
woodland has ben protected from are made at a modest chargeof
fire ;j farms in the County consist uf tl> First prize for floats in the inaugural parade Washington ta t Si 20 each. t,

bacco sweet corn, strawberries month went ID the beautiful ri-pura of Ponce de Leon S ship: which was
They were assisted by the U S.i, \'etpransth service since
Irish potatoes, beans: peppers sponsored by the Florida Citrus, Commission l'rmt'lpal attraction of
Department/ of Agriculture and' June 27. 1950-the start of the
; watermelons, and other
onservationist George A. Brown: squash truck the colorful float was Miss Amen.-a < Miss Neva Jane Langiey of Lake Korean conflict should have 1d

along with other ipecialists crops. land) who rode on a huge throne cut from an imitation orange. Riding these copies made immediatelyafter f

The Soil Conservation ServiceNursery ,. Conservation problems of importance in the bow of the ship which ro.-e and fell as the float rolled down discharge.
1952 furnished the in the county are soil depletion ,.
during Pennsylvania Avenue was Ponce de Leon portrayed by Vincent PostKorean'eteraru can avoid
Jnstrict 100 Ibs. of Crotalaria Lan- pasture improvement .I :. I
e<>lata geed and 100 bushels of water control, and woodland and Maldarelli, Deland. Standing proudly in front of their first-prize. much delay in receiving veterans' 1 _

Coastal Bermuda grads stolons, wildlife management. winnner are members of the Citrus Commission who brought the floatto I benefits if they have report of

which were planted on cooperator' The Bradford District, organizedin Washington Left to right: C V. Griffin Howey-m-the-Hills, mem-;Reparation (Form DD-2H papers.

farms. Cooperator Z. W. Hamilton. May of 1950, is directed by a ber; O C Minton, Ft. Pierce, chairman of the advertising committee; which are acceptable to VA. cop-

teturned 300 Its of early hairy indigo 1 Board of Supervisors! consisting ofConnt'r Frank Roper Winter Garden, Chairman of the Commission i ied or registered with the clerk
seed to the District in ex ag chairman and jof the court before the orginial Proved bat in over: 100,000

change for 125 Iba furnished in treasurer; L. J Green, vice-chair- I is submitted. For example, the Florida homes models to -

1&51 by the nursery The SOO Ibs., man; and Cl>'de Cone \'. K Fergu- orginal separation papers must { sol\c problem t4Bea'

of need has been used! to introduce'' son. and J. H Wainwught mem- Gold Star Buttons Pins Available be submitted to the Armed Force every low mrnl
ether farms to the plan be,rs. County Agriculture Agent for rrustering-out payments, and t t ,
(fit budget
terms to
The Florida Forest Service and 'J T HugKins senses as secretaryto sometimes weeks and months' any

Florida flame and Fresh Water the District. Free To GI Widows ParentsOne i elapse before they are returned don't take chances with

I to the veteran. health and comfort see your

Yankee Pitcher Here with some of the ardent sports- I For most VA administered Oil House Heating dealer now!

men.The ;, Gold Star Lapel Button or I benefits, photostatic or certified FREE: &ooI.1e1.g r
For Some FishingEddie I I two national sports figures ]i pin will be furnished, without cost Young Democrats I copies of discharge or separation Ct fufl d.toil{- ol you
I i "Heating Homes dolfo RoridaPor
were here visiting Sen. Charley !J! to the widow and to each of the' I papers are acceptable. One exception Electrically ony
Lopat. the New Yoik i iYankH's' !I Name CommitteemenA. f V' 'an herload Your Electric & Ughl Com-
Johns and Hollis Knight. parents of veterans who died overseas is the VA-guaranteed GI .
I otfiulUsing
star pitcher, and S1' pony l
major i i iJ >t"m _
J league umpire Art Passarella. I J They caught the 'limit' accord- !: in line of duty. The term i"widow" I II J. Thomas.! Jr., president of loans. i
'ing to Herb Thomas, who went includes widower; the the Young Democratic Club of Veterans applying for Certificate electric and heaters
ranges spot to
topped by Bradford County and fishing with them along with Red term "parents" includes mother, Bradford County, this week announced of Eligibility for GI loans heat homes can overload electric lines

Starke last week for some fishing I Alvarez and Jerome Johns. I father, stepmother, stepfather the appointment of the I i! must present their original dis- C dim your television, black ovt whole,

: mother and father through adop I following Club Membership Com I charge or separation papers which neighborhoods by blowing out transformer

I tion. mitteemen: II, will be endorsed and returned tc Fuses.Wehove
.u"'u-' j, Lapel buttons for relatives of Mack S. Futch Starke; Chair !' the veterans. i. tremendously-upped expandedourelectricsyjten production facilities

aer + ;; servicemen killed in world War I' man. I It is also to make to three
From where I sit ...fy Joe Marsh i 1 neccebsary v nearly times our VJ-DaycopobilityI I
and II or any subsequent war'j Precinct 1 D. L. Shuford, sure that in submitting photo- 0 There's plenty of electricity for all uses

may now be obtained. This Mrs Mable Parrish awtey. I static or certified: copies of discharge R.K. except house heating There aren't enough

eludes the relatives of veterans! Precinct 2 L. L. Renf roe, or separation papers that cold days to justify designing it for that. U
who died in Korean period of service -I Mrs. Essie L. Crosby, and Cecil t I'': copies of both sides of the docu ,
j and also the emergency period Starke. ,
Just Little "Outdated"Back i Sewell
declared by President Roosevelt I Precinct 3 Ben Suslow and 1 I II }I
on September 8, 1339. Louise Kite. Starke. I & LIGHT COMPANY 9
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I The law: further provides that Precinct 4 Mrs. Cleo An AT THE TELEGRAPH I -

/ in December we tent out weekend until I get my driver's : Gold Star Lapel Buttons or pins ,drews New River. I .

oar yearly calendar It lifted the license renewed on Monday! I will be furnished, upon the pay-i Precinct :5 -- F. B. Davis, -

J last dale for renewing driver From where I sit, I guess good \i merit of $1.50 to the next of kin ;I Graham. I

1ic'Iand thing like the date advice, like charity, should begin :! of any such deceased person, not 1 1i Precinct 6 L. T. Johns and {

for registering to vote, when the at home. I'm always advising all i herein designated. The term "next- Mrs. Pearl M. Horne Hampton. I '

hunting and fishing eaons open of you to worry less about jour I I of-kin" includes only children, Precinct 7 Mr. and Mrs. j ii'teeftetP> If

even suggested you note down neighbors (what they do, or say, brothers, sisters, halt brothers Ernest Triest Theressa. 'j r '!. .
the wife'a birthday too. and whether or not they should and half sisters; and the term Precinct 8 R. A. Colson _. tr l }

I figured dates like these were enjoy a temperate glass of beer) "children" includes step childrenand Brooker. I

important to 1 keep in mind-and and pay more attention to children through adoption. j ji Thomas also stated that the
this was a good way to do it. Unfortunately whether you yourself are doing i I Not more than one Gold Star next regular meeting of the Young -

it now turns out I the right thing. Guest I'll "make I: Button shall be furnished to anyone Democratic Club would be held : = L- LJT

never really paid close attentionto a note"to follow my own formula! individual except whenever on Monday night Feb. 2, and _

my ou-n calendar! one is lost, destroyed, or rendered would feature a State Democratic _

Not 'til today that is-so her Jr'l tJtlAu! i unfit for use without fault or i iI Leader as speaker. Further de t -
neglect on the part of the personto tails on this meeting will be an
I am not able to drive the car this t C ae
I I 1
whom it was furnished, such nounced next week. a ;

COP''I''t, 1953, Unite State frrittf Foundation i I Button may be replaced, upon ap- i .t ,

t j II plication, by payment of amount 745 Subscribers l{ lu
sufficient to cover cost of man I
ufacture and distribution. Listed In 1953 I

Application blanks, N'ME Form ,
NEVER. A FINER VALUE T, may be obtained by writing to Phone Directory

NEVER A LOWER PRICEELECTROLUX/ the State Service Office P. 0. Some 745 business and re ldl'lt-'i 1 -4cr

!| Box H37, St. Petersburg, or tc tai phone subscribers compose _
AeMf ncoxnIT1O [D the Branch Office P. O. Box 1791, listing in the recently-published t, Ford P-6 offtrt' choke uf two great cabs,
for extra convenience and romfort' ;
Miami. 153 edition of the Starke Tele- whetlbases,
( many equipment options
phone Directory.
TTTTT IT/TITTTTTTTITTT Compared with five years ago;

PINE LEVEL when the new Starke book had contains 403 subscribers 534 names,,

'r It .irl lIK1 bj :Mrs II. :M. :McRaeuaaaauuuuAAAAA..aaa in in the the residential business directory.listing, with In November 211-(" New power Only choice of v-a or

of 1947. Starke had only I

249 residential phones and 154 ,

l Mr. rr-, lt Rev appointment W E Hall at filled Pine his Level regular business The 1953 outlets.phone users are listed i i: I !
SIX in the 2.TON
Baptist good Church attendance Sunday in morningwith Sunday in edition a 24-page called book for ,only while 20 the pages-I 1947 ,,' BIG

mostly filled with \
school and church services. Bro-
in this year's book, the Green >
therlton Dobb of Starke filled
and Johns clans each have fired!

t"1 t { taus M iliac MI the pulpit for us at the eveningsen'ice residential phones; to lead in that j; And ask us to show you, BEFORE YOU
Rt'and Mrs. Hall
1 GUARANTEE as department Back in '47, the i
PIli U. PIIQ, were called to the bedside of RevE American'cities BUY, how little It can cost to run a
.t Smiths, like in most LOW-PRICED
R. Bowers at lave Oak hospital Itd1th five also. j I FORD F-6 in YOUR kind of work FORD F-6
They returned home Monday The Starke Directory' CHALLENGES ALL
Telephone TRUCKS
\, j I IN ITS
I ie I
This coirmunity was made sid
was published by The Telegraph. Power 'in
1 s si 1i Come in and the most talked-about guide two great '"gi"",
Sunday at church to hear of th i see Take O"ly th F ORD
I your choice of the famous 2., "net has
death of Paul Bridges of Starke Johns Conner Both to truck-buying ever published-the Ford Truck 239 CU. in. TRUCK V-O Mw u Double Channel' one, Reinforce.
s The family! have our deepest sym I to 100 h.p.-Clr the' pfd meet where it', needed
Economy Run Book! The actual running-cost PConrmy rn08
i pathy. Against Proposed P rot'ed ile SIX, Strength and endurance '
now 112 h. .! t I) take
reports of 5,500 Ford Truck owners! Look up puni.hrnt
Arley McRae returned to schooiat 10 the toughest jrjL .'
Cane Pole TaxA
the University in Gainesville I line of work-see in dollars and cents how PowerPilofECONJour OM1'Iti'itheither '
engine Only the FORD d
Monday after spending most of tax that would rt"QuI't."ery- t j little it can cost YOU to run a Ford Truck! Proved you Ford g t't Pourr the E r.my.nun_ you Gyro.G 2- onB.f giv..
with rip
Each last week in bed with the flu. I 1 pilot arb Unlike
... .. GIV E N Mochne: one fishing either with a best: See how many Ford F-6 owners run these great"heavies" tion-urution Gives ureclutches on other makes,
and Mrs Felix of most gripe
Mr Sapp tl 4lPr
PIfho.dSPRA pn or bamboo pole, proposed by j 1_' podrr from /E'a.t D'l.t' et higher e predg, to
,GUN Hl'llbron.section were recent lobbyists of the State Fish and ) for only pennies per ml slippage l reduce wear! pre'l'ntLESS

/ tor 6"',,th.P.O\)., y dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W Game Commission. has received d.3.:,p r n> ecMuorxt: and! Inn. ei est o'/a dep/ndtnt dead wet g htA.olabLn -MORE *5
.. load I pay. -'nluranc
Po,In .o P Conner negative response from Bradford !! 011 Ka' I.pw" r co.dnw/ Thert" a u r UN er Peett prove ford -

asp on M.tIl.o.h. y Dinner guests of Mr and MrsH County's two legislators. Leta dead weight in theUFWfd -5 Truck LAST' IONCERI lJ.'Ilnll
.. f than in the latest
tioe" user H. Lewis Sunday were Mr. and i iMrs Sen. Charley E. Johns and Rep. e other leading 2.tonne'. MO relation,. data on 8.069,-
j can load This
I B M. Thomas and children Doyle E Conner both denounced more payload, WJthJn.up to that much Predation the means trade-in dowerYou de.
of Brooker Mr. and Mrs W. C :the proposed b ll. They were on | i weight value

/ ........ !
Conner and daughter Yvonne. record as voting against the same : I. g'I

--- - - - James McRae and the H M Mc- bill at the 1951 session. .'

a I MAIL COUPON I II Raes. I In effect the bill proposed by ;' f d 1 (
I| Rev. and Mrs. Horace Row of !!: the Commission would require all

1 408 \\'. Fors>th M. Tampa were visiting Rev. and adults and children to get a UI \J

same ACME STORES Inc u'I.\n\IUt' na. I Mr*. W. E. HaU Sunday. cense to fish in their own backyard ; i FORD TRUCKING COSTS LESS

Mrs. R C Thomas and children with a cane pole. i I r.o.A.r. ____ _
I \
l! Kesneth and Sue. of Pen- Senator Johns said "I'm still i
I would like Free Home Demonstration
a at no obliga- t I
sacola were visiting the W. C 'against it. I think it's a shame. I LAST LONGER!*
: :; I tion to of the Reconditioned Come this toot FORD TRUCKS
I me Electrolux (@ 9.95 1 1.I Conners on Thursday of last week I'm against the principle of payingfor : in see NOW! .

.- -:!. Rev and Mrs. W. E. Hall attended ,, something that's really youRepresentative I Ij

I :\ame .- - ---- ----------------1 the funeral of ReX H Conner added ;>

Layton at the Waterloo Baptist i I I This proposed tax Is different :i Co.i
-- Address .. Andrews Motor
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\ church at Waterloo. Ga. Rev. from big sportsman fishing. Tin

I Cit'---- __ Phone ________ !, Layton was 94 years old and hi. willing to be taxed on rod and reel i .
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i If K.K.D. Addrrt. .'>t' Send >per.iflc Ihrections I wife died six months to the day ] but nci on a pole. This is one reci -
before died. They had been i teation; we don't have to pay! for,

married 72 years and I want to keep it that way "

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Bj Man L. Cro by. Deputy CJrk I Building. Jacksonville, Florida 1 Beulah I"- .
Aids Slated 1 :j 4t 2 13 and file "I:- \1\- r A"J adI' "
Audio-Visual tAe .
Workshop ongiaal In tike office of i son .' ;. : .
the ('l.rk of the Circuit n. To-; are tert 11' t
Court .
NOTICE OF : on'lor open V / \ -,... .: .
I\fE>TIO\ TO before the : day of March. !ft>- ; '.1 : i. .. u .. .'! '-. uit for,
HKUI TKIt KltTiriOlS MMHNol.ce I IS-aJ. otherwise the allegations of i SF F'' V', :. : ., I':\ r."
is! hereby given !! ..a:d Complaint will be taken i',1 been hl..t..- ,
tlut t
School Leaders Here the &s.c'Ofl-I & t' r l\ :T. .t! :. ,
For Church andrrsigr! ur.drr: the provision* fred by you. i t' oth..1:i ton 1" : '. na- >.' -,;
it Chapter JO.SiJ! Laws of Florida" This notice shall be ptbUshe4 or 'h.t .r,' :\ttn>: 'f' re.1.ansa '\ ,
iet ct mi, will register with tbJ i' once each week for f.uronecutiv.e nature f ".a.t > I !h .ic : J n.
;I Clerk of the Circuit Court In and weeks in the Bradford vjnt> Telegraph t&'r-lost.r .{ ai "".a,;. 5nt ', Is
\n A'Jdl'>-\'lSUa. Wineshop e'pfla3lzir.g -.' for iTadford County Stale of FloriJa the follow ,n" d. -. .I'td .,I! ,. \ -
II upon rrceipt uf pruf of I Dated this. I dad January m! : p.r-" h' :.\: ,.
pubUia3 lated in Bradford r .
MohrPQMCA. Lions Have .. .
fy Lura gifrqess Use of AuJiuVisuaJAids Sold ":.0111\ K.Comnenc \ < .
ao of this notilb.. fictittuurair.e : & (OFFICIAL SE.\Li Charle A. DArby :rtf'w ,','r... I."! and f.t' r: .. ,
---. NEBRPU = and operation of Equipment'in of The Bairyt Restaurant under Clerk of the Circuit Court :NE'" of N\\ \. ,.f .O.'f1\, 1'- the Clerk: ? .
More Than 200 uhKh we are engaged in bUjI By Marian: L. Croeby. Deputy Clerk To.u"h'|> T jS,..:-h H.t'1" !: t.- ,>r t--fre .
Church and Comn.unit program I I lied : miles South of Stark Fla 1 30 4t I :!4) and rtt Sixnh ,,,. .'., 't ; 1.\ "
herein U e busy da>. fly by.I too sef-suffi! lent to feel the r.cessily "' was held in the Recreation Brooms For Blind II I It:. t;. Highway NO 301. Munael and edge fa',i XK, f \\\ '. .. .!.," ,'U...' \\ .- .. ,
the word of redeeming and preserving" Ruby B rry. P O 'ui 3 lit. Starke. 'ono: 1uI'rt11 tarn.. .>f 4':, f. ; i o > i' ;' .t-
meditate 1K.point :
to .
ikUiM on Hall of the First Methodist I FU. In Circuit ('''ur(. HradUrJKlorlriat C.QRt, ,.f l>e(.-- .," 1... .. e.! \ > .

Abraham Uncora. I find Faith grace too proud to pray to the ,, Church of Starke on Tuesday Feb Some 200 brooms have been sold Dated this 4th day of February. I. ( kanrerr.Eveljn Est .an.l I'11.... .. !. :'.. : Tr : 1
A.D., U53 at tarke. : R D4mbn. Plaintiff v. In..f ;".f each wrrtir to :r
God who made us It behooves: us Bradford said Se> :: .t.' -' .. ..
1 I.. Ci4Uti4I to ru&1.plnt't 3. The workshop was co-opera- by the Lions Club grossing $300: Cuu-Jty.: Florida! i Joseph Banib-nn. D.ftntiantj ,.f *I:> 3 fert tn th. \\ >- .Je, : K- .r. the: Urailt, Tvl

then to humble curatives to lively conducted by the General to be used by the Laoiu in their!i 4t 27OTICK : i To Ca-e !TO. 3si'ettce | th. richt jOt \\ .i\ t >..,-f t\\f\\ \ Itr.'I'h .
"I don't'Jrry.l ; I[ I Appear. way :S.. i-i.i. Th"I. -.,-, .
llenr. Ford once kaid > 'h
r.ational and
confess our sins tc' I i \ i ii T.. Joseph Bambino, who*, -, ,
Extension Division of Florida and sight conservation program.I 10 %PPIR rejdence *A"terl Ai: "-'a thf *.a ,\ \\v, < \
don't tat too much of any 1: pray for clemency and forgiveness the i !. Irrull ('.11M. Bradford Couot and addre-. i i. IH East UOth ofaid tlqCI" ." .. .) ..t., ,. fc. ,- : ., r.'
!' Starke Ministerial Association H. C. Broadway who heads the, I'loridai In Ikaiieerr. l! Street. New York. New York. ITS.< feet t. .. i- t wh I .
:. thing. And I have faith faith I I Kose Gordon Hadley.: : Your are hereby notified that a .. .
on an interdenominational sale of the brooms. which! are made Plaintiff H I' east >t i L. "II. -
nat what happens, and wh-t haJJ't ti I i iLawrt-Re Hadlex, s-r.. I'efendanti suit for side ..f the X', f ,., ,j \K ,
The words of Lincoln W.
;i spoken basis : by blind persona says there are 40 Divorce care and custody of .
I I Case Xo *'** XWV int.i" h -.\.1 },'Btl! v >
nappened u for the best: That ], years ago applies<< to us now the I Dr. Troy Wakefield.. Superintendent more of the brooms to be sold. |i 1 N.llre To Appear. i j minor child. maintenance and 11u.nrlU, \\e- ?o ; f..t. ,
i a good yard stick to In e by. I To Lwrrn..e" Hadley, Sr., whose I support | point where the K.-' ..n.t \\ -'
( same as then We may even be :, of Church and Rural They can be purchased at his Resider.re and addree.is. Hi W.' has been filed against you in the Line (>n the .<, ut'j >. ;,01.. ,.f\ ,,!
Abraham Lincoln said in 163in I more sinful in the sight of God Service filling station on Temple Ave. nea i 151..t Street. New 1'ork.ew York I above named Court and cause and; said XJ.:'. of :\\\ >, inter-; Let Ts Thoroughly
( Community for the General I I I y-'ur art hereby notified that a, you are required to1 serve a copy o* with the N.r'h and South :In.,
his Presidential Proclamation I It behooves each of ug now on Extension Division. directed the courthouse. i I> suit for i'" your answer or pleading to the complaint on the We-t !.4.' ..f %...d td

.. We hue been th. recipient ;j, His birthday to consecrate our- : the Aiding the blind is the Lions Divor-e. and restoration ofmald..n on the 1'1&inUff'sttorn Yr X\\ t.,. tt-m-e Xt-rth along thi Wash Your Clothes
I workshop. Pastors. Sunday r Evan T. Evan 103 Law Ei-
I name \\.1 line of aid NE1 "f,1
of lhlf Choicest bounties of Heaven; ,I selves anew to the great task be-I School Superintendents and workers Club chief year-round project,!I has. been filed against you in* the :II change rullduig, JackM" >n\ille. a dl tance of Ui!feet t the point,

We have been preserved these | fore Us and to bend our knees in and funds derived from the sale i al"'ive named Court and cause and I Florida. of beginning and lying and h'I'\1i: 9 onid.s
I Young People Youth Leaders !! you are required to serve a copy cf I and file the onriaal in the office of in the NH of said :\E'; of Xtt i,
many )vears in peace and prospent :;: a prayer of thanks and ask Him Young Adults Leaders of will go towards their program ofi i-your pleading to the complaint on :,>:I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on of said Sect ion. T." lI"hll'l1d
( ''the Plaintiffs ;: before the 9 of 195:.
or day March. .
helping fight blindness Attorney Range tOCf'th..r.th the ,
have in num-1 for Faith it essential to among t..n For 40c !
we grown help. a
: I Women's and Men's organizationswere Neal T. Evan 103 Law Tx- i otherwise the allegations of said nient. hereditaments And appurtenances
tri wealth' and power as no other happy. prosperous life. those school children. change Building Jacksonville, I'' complaint will be taken aa confessed thereto 1 li. !.mK.nic t-.id
among attending !JI Florida by you 100/ FREE Rleach If Desired
j : Highway he-njt .me the same !
nation has ever grown. Hut we I I Today is sunny and springlike: Similar workshops have been conducted -I.md file the original In the crricTTf; i I This noticehall. be publishedonce ,' and idfittu'al Si. te U.ad f..rii., r
have forgotten God We have forgotten Wejiave had a lot of nice weather': by Wakefield in other the I'l..rk. ut the Circuit Court each week f..r four consecutiveluee 1 h' numbered ?s I Temple Aie. SUiko
1 t on i ii '
am making all the pates and will j ('r before the 2 day of M 4 in the Bradford County: Tele- ; This order s-hdll he 1"I.tth..1!
the gracious hand which the melted i rch. I' | in t.
and most of snow is Florida Towns. 1953 graph.
; otherwise the ]]Pradford
allepation Count .
I them cf T".tral.h. < new-
applique on muslin back- Dated this 30 of 1'53.ol'I'll'IAL .
hall preserved us in peace and Big drifts remain in sheltered 'it Icf umplaint will be taken as con- :! day January.: paper published In Kr.ulfot! r ,:nty
The program for Tuesday. Feb. fe>sed j \ SEAL) Charles Darbx :, :
ground. I stitch by you. ,
I on quilt Florida. .
multiplied and enriched and my i I i one a w.rk f >r f tiionsecutive
places. Last night we had a light This notice shall Clerk of the Circuit: Court ,
3, in Starke was as follows: le published' c week lufure tin return
.trf'nrthened us and we have vainly covering of snow that trade thing Ilo'k I blocks every night and am just j >nce each week for four contecotiT By Marian L t'r.o-t'y'. Deputy i"lerk day stated in this ,'rat.'r ant\ -)..t 10'.. We Will
9:30: am.- 12:01 p. m. Function w.ek. in the Bradford 2! 6 It :2 IT
so happy, and feel secure. County Tel TTlTXEs m htn.l andeal
imagined in the deceitfulneSS snug i > <>f
and nice when I lookedout
clean -
graph.t'ated I this court this: "I I div
of aids in of
Audio-Visual Januar1S5" .
> Dry Your
My heart often out to the i N01K: 10 \PPi\lt Clothe
of our hearts, that all these bles- the window this morning. The goes II I thi!' IT! day ('f January ISi' 1 III Starke in !h.'a'e ..iiidr :
In ( lr 'ult Court,
llradford (
Church and
Community Programs: 0" "
Korean people. and the Arabs anc j I (OFFICIAL !SEAL rharle-: otilitaf..r.s.i.ii.; .
sings were produced by some We get Darby l-luri days are getting longer For
Exhibitions Demonstrations and Clerk of the Cjr.-ust Court t11lo'1-1'I.\I. ::1-\1.: 20cIn
other people who are cold and : DotiElkn Kiamer: Plaintiff. \ -.
wisdom and virtue of out By Marian L (Charles !
iiupenor at 7 and I always peep Cn-rj. Deputy Clerk ; i..t.v"lerk.
up Joh l William Kra Ivfemlant \e
Sources m..r. '' AutiHiiaitDrier :
i homeless. God help them all. 1 30 4t : .'" Cir. \. tirdforci 's.rt *
our Mt Intoxicated with unbroken the window t. se what the world Case Xo cil: .
5:30: m Use of This sentiments N PI ire 1.. .\ iirnrTo I'.nii.'v 10"1.1.i .
1:30p.m.: |
have become p poem expresses my j nUll: 10 l'\ :Mai. L. Ci :., .
m ess we is doing It.- II grand feeling t< \I'I'\lt John \illiari Kr.iemer whoeieval !:\11 .it\ I' I
I Audio-Visual aids in Church and : In Hi-n.la CJrruit ('..nt.. llrndfurd (','uol1' : 'iie and address" isStl7: b 4t ." e
In (
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Community Recordings Rr..aday."UI.d.ld. Long I-land.
programs; llax
I When fortune smiles i: Reichbach. Plaintiff. vs. Es. New York > n..rr. TO .%PI'E.\
and Motion Pictures. upon your I In Circuit '. .
ther Reichbach llradlord ( uni .
Defendant. Your are hr.hy n >tif.ed that a'I

FACTORY FACTORY 7:30: p. m. 9'00 p. m. Actual face. | Case Xo. 5615ilre ': Uit f..r .I I li riorlila",in I l'.1.; }In\ tIiaae.ry.1": r xII.JIK \\ The \aslieteria
And far I
care seems away: \orce .
ilemonstration and operation of j ><> To I: 'l 1 t. I '
1'I'I'IIr. has been filed aBan: -; \ u ri 'litaboe
APPROVED ENGINEERED Audio-Visual Equipment. Reflect my Brother stop andj I To: Esther Reichbach whose named Court and ..a.,.e all.1 1 1I \ntlre Tpprar.. .i. N .
think. I you are required to se i\e .< .. "t .
residence p> ,.
and address is: Un- : T 1 i ; \\ v 1 -
I your answer or pleading to the i n.-
V There will come a lonely day. known. plaint on the Plaintiffs: Ainno .. ..

SERVICE PARTS know that one is still alive. and j When lady luck won't be so I Yon are hereby notified i % Evan T E.tnK'3( 11" K\.
that ,
a change Bulithog.hi 1.1.,1.' :<
that the sun is coming up on anew kind. I ;;uit for Florida. Service
Conway's Station
S eeeeeeeeea re e See eeeeee eeeee ee ee efl S SI .
I And trouble fills the soul. I, Divorce ; and file the ongr.rfi ;n itt.- ..ffd'" "f
day. Each day is a new ,
has been filed against the Clerk of the dr, \in' r. ,ut .."i
I Wanhlnn, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning if you make it so. I tr}: .Reflect my brother, think ol above named Court and you cause!n and the or before the > dav f t.\.1.! .AMOQ: (CAS; .AM OIL
I 1953 otherwise the l1l..lt..I.. t.1
,, before God. you are required to serve a of ; :
_._ all of the day copy
e -- -------------------- -" ----- to drop cares
I' your answer and to about Then strive to reach your goal. ,. by
sing a song my complaint 0 the I'lalntlU'slAttorney you.
BHAKR TIRES IGNITIONSTARTER tC'i Zach H. This notice shall! l.e 1.\lIoI'h.,1\ Washing Greasing Tires, Tubes & Halteries;
work. I have:: such few things Douglas ,
each week for four '
i.-" i'\e
once <
TESTINGRKAKE I So it goes each day, and spring I
AND bother me compared to many 1 < 505 Lynch Building: Jacksonville weeks in the Brad to id >',,uu' > '1. Keraph. -
will soon be on our doorstep. Wt Florida PIIONK; Iii run SERVICE
TIMES GENERATOR know. I thank God. |! I Dated- this 2 day of Ft I i \aarx .' '.
LINING I have such a nice family living a: and file the original In the office or: (OFFICIAL SEAL) CJiail. .\. l '.n.>.
SALES BATTERIES I! HELPFUL HINTS: Ironing ( renters in the bungalow in theo Clerk of the Circuit Court on: flerk IIf the I' r.1' < 't i ,
FENDERREPAIRS; board covers are easy made. I I r before the Py Marian L Crosby. D..!I'"II 1\' i 'f..rk! Kide Florida Greyhound llusses
: AND ALL ELECTRICALSERVICE I'j city 80 miles from here where Don :2 day of March, 1953: h it .' ;
lay the unbleached muslin on the I SPEED: : SAFETY .
bought property. The people otherwise the allegations of said i ECO.\OM\:
HODY WORK SERVICE board. Cut at least four inches anxious for .fi.mplai-it! will be taken as confess- Iii ( irruil (''.nrl of Flurldii 1:1lllb:
that town are so UF d .1 nil U'in I ( irvuil lu and lor llrud-
c< ty )'ou. i
.eeeeeeeeeeeefle------,.,,.,,aeSSS larger all the way around. I make1 to come over to got started building Ths: notice shall 1/e puMlshed !, foril ('..unt> LK.iKTO: FLY the
-"eeflee S a hem then the size of my elastic. once each week for four consecu. MAE DOLEJS M(.\ DI"\: I' \\l': : easy iron. Pan as you
... They writ and call us every live weeks in the E l. HAMMoNP. b ; h' '..iI'laitiffs. '
Complete Lubrication ServiceDODGE I get a little bolt like they set day or so. It i U good to know j' Telegraph Bradford Count I, -H- JAMK.s: I. l'lill..II-! learn Phone 117

-,--.,-----_.." .#.,., --" ,, ..--" ,,--- in stores. I run the elastic in the I that we have been such good Dated this 29 day of January TEriaH JiilIXSON PHILLIP and CKoliCi; : *. n..w; : .1'111-\mi'||: i.\n

hem and put cloth over ironi.ng1 I citizens that people are anxiou I 1&33. h-r hll'-I.cnd. Defe-ulmt-.
board and draw up to fit. Xcmon A. Darby
for us to move to their town anc'l Clerk of the Circuit'Couri I 'I heInle Of 1'li.riHa
and bulky covers.BANANA Marian TO: .l.iines I.. Phillip.h.I .-" ..nldr
God \ve "y L. Crosby, Deputy l'1prli
tius. I start willing
Trucks ,
Reconditioned Used Cars : .
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AMBROSIA: We like shall go on being useful and helpful 1,30 P.eulah Plullii"now' ItMil.ih: : ..t.hiis
We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs this with cakes or loaf j ''n and (;..org.. Jiihn-o I. win'retiden -.
warm cup to humanity '
i: 1 It .\ppn\u .'.. and addits-j b 4 ('ake. I use two oranges peeled I Dye now. God bloss you all. In I Irruit ('ourl. Itrudlord Comilj.' Street. Los Angt'Califniiiia NEW DISCOVERY FREE TRIAL
I'luriilni In ( lIoIIC'.rJ.1I..I..n .
HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. and cut up. save all juice in bowlCut LOVELURAI.L P Fin' h. I'la.ntiff. v>- Richard fida\it Jt appearing in the at.from..\.. entitleiT plaintiff" .Tti-al-. THIS AMAZING NEW DISCOVERY gives quick relief from ilnui heed-

up two bananas. and add l..I: I'in. h, 1....(, piUint. Crf.-e Xo S614 that the defendant James L Phillipti. aches. pressure In forehead soreness II. e>'es aching cheek bnn '. bridge
I Nolle '. .. Ipprnr 1 1T" lieulah Phillips now D,-ulah of nose. top of hi'ad. back of head and down neck cant think straight
..- cup shredded coconut. Add a dash : 111. hard Firnh who resime I, Johnson and George Juhn.soii. In-i or see well at tim..st'li tho' glasses have been recently fitted nervous
ness dizz>ness. TIllS new treatment relieves most sinus headaches m few
Phone 69 well. Chill before d. aid aItr l -v ,v l"n.n..wn.! | husband reside ouf-ide of St.tt.
and stir the
600 Temple A\e. sugar .\ KINDS: OFFICE SITI'LIES: .. minutes and as general rule soreness In head face and neck Is entirely
{iW serving.I I uit Your for art hiel> notified mat a of Florida; that each of said d I. relieved in short time No matter how long you have suffered or how
I I fendant-> over the ag. of 21 ".'ar'and chronic your case may be or how rrmny different treatments you have
have 21 blocks on my Dresden .\T TIlE TELF.f.RAril Divoreeaa is not in the military .-..T\"I.... of tried or how much money you have spent without results. w. believe
YOUR DODGE PLr.JJOUTllJEAI ER h been filed against you in the I the United States: and that thre i- )ou will be amazed at the fast relief this amazing new treatment rivet
plate quilt I beliexv it will take al>o\e nam.d Court and ('aii-f and no person within the State of Florida vou It has given amazing fast relief to thousands Write for FIVE DAY

i 30 blocks for a nice big quilt I y on are re<|iiired to -erve a ropy cfl) upon whom servii of i>ro.,.- FREE TRIAL. post paid to you. no cost or obligation except this ", hen
>OTICR TO APPEtll v our ansuer or pleading to the o<, n-I| would bind said al>-.-i.t d> f>'nda >tIt vou write for it it is agreed that you will mail It back at the end cl
In (irt-ult Court. llradford CountyKlorldn plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney l> it-. theref.r.-. oitDEIiKD\ tint five days if not satisfied.. since it is not a sample.
: In ('hnneer Zac h II Dougld', :J05 Ln..'h the defendantJam.'- I.. Phillip. NATIONAL LABORATORIES.: LOb CALIFORNIA
i 1H..ff'r." Plaintiff.N \'!= Cf'riIt.r
I t ; ,". L'.t' I1i.tLIt l'a't'n.. 1/iil:
...a ..lIce To Ippear.
T"| ,iv, i il Ilnffrr. whose residence DOLL .It"R DOI.I .:'lIl YOU ( .I.\r7' BElT .11
.1 ml ,.Id' 'j--. ilift :ct.. i rt--n Street.
INCOME TAX TIME IS -. K,i-'<<.' !' 'ini'v'Ivunia.Y f.... .
notified that
Hi are ht-reby a :
suit for ,

has DI.rl'bern f.led against you in the
above named Court and cause and
ADDING MACHINE TIME | you ar. required to serve a copy of 3PoiWiaeit

i your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaintiff'sAttorney : to the

K\an T. K\tns. 103

Law Io.whanlBUilding.: Jackson .
*ille, Florida
l and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of tUe Circuit Court on

2't:\ day IIf }.'"lJrua ry. 19i3; :
.'otherwise the allegations of said
no longer can you Complaint" ill t e taken as conftssd -
by you.
This notice shall be published
(414 .1 once earn week for four consecutive
operate your business weeks in the n rid ford County Tele-
hated this :!1 day of January. 1S53
i OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
successfully without the Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Man:in L- Crosby Deputy Clerk
H ai 1 :!3 4t :2'13OIKK

assistance of a modern > TO APPF.UI
!. (Irruit Court. Bradford County,
Florida: In ('h.arn,..
William J. W.iter' Plaintiff. vs
Thclmaat: "rs>. Defendant.
adding machine
i Case No 662
Sotkc To \pprar.
T Tli li ia S Waters whose
i- ..il-11, .. .nid .iddrehb iv' 1113 lletIK -
S'r""I. Charlehton. South Caroluia. -
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1 y.u are hereby notified that a
$1t: for
D,' .'r.... '
i has been filed against you In the I
alnlllm..d Court and cause andy -
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.OJ .i-.> r"1ulr..i to serve a ropy of
, i."'.: .f.aint, on the Plaintiffs .- :: w
P -. .I- _
Vt.irnev! T Frank LandruroS' s.-a:.;_ -- -. __
See this beautiful little Add- rke. Florida 'I.-. -------5-
Remington-Rand 10-Key ,. .
ar.1 the f\\f Clerk\\ the of original the Circuit In the Court office en of r '- .'. -

or h-fore the
23 day of February. 153;

ing Machine. you'll be surprised at the low cost .c.d nlherw,This nii u\>Ui.v.-notice'.it>." th.will shall allncitlnnof h' taken be as published confers said So much more of Ei'i>"' 'l 1"1"/- <>x<' 1 pi'he !

mce. each week for four consecu
t ve r-eel in the Bradford County

monthly be arranged if desire. TIc r.;.' ra d I'.Pt!' l din .f J..n..vv le..3:;
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Clerk of the Clrrult Court performance against the finest and costliest cars. .
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yyyyyyyyyVYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYVYVYVYVVYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy I' we did a lot of unnecessary work I bull we think that well i
get away Correction lands as a ttt simple title and tocancel ,St.. c.0 Mrs. Bessie Rutherford. Wilmington before
or tie
for now we think that she had from pretty names (such as Joy. the right title interest Delaware .
I II claim and lien of you and each of Ton are !5 daj of .. rotherms >
been bred all the while. What Comfort hereby notified that a
a Pride
Happy, etc.1 I andgive and of .
you. said
I Marine Pvt 1-c Charles: K title >f Starke. Atfendints. :suit f rD.vorce the allegationComplaint 'f ", '
: great thing it would be if there him in and to said lands and
a nasty sour son of Mr and Mrs
I- 13 every part thereof a> clouds fes.
I was a simple inexpensive test I icker. Chances are hell be a1 plaintiff, title, and on has been filed against you In the.above ed by you
Calvin A. Parhara of Starke. perpetually .
I A named Court ,
R Yj and cause and This notice! shall hf' pub
enjoin such defend
Ij that you could use to determine if mean little scoundrel. MS from assert you are required to ..- .
anyway. The USMC informed the Telegraph serve a copy .f once each week f r f ot "
I claim.
ing ir..t..r..t.
any title or lien
j E: an animal was bred. How much 'I in or to said lands AND YOf ARK vouanswer or pl* di-g to the ti.. weeks in the Bra.lf >. I ..
By Sam McGarvey previously he was the sen KEQriKKI co::plaint: on the Plaintiff! Telegraph

i trouble and work it could save. Trying to do something to help of ){r. and Mrs Sun Fuqua of copy of your to appear answer and or pleading to srnra \ttiri. \V... .t;'. l>. \( rgi-, t'.'and :h- :* .\.1\. .f I.
The author Hirj be jUd to re .. our laying I i"1 ? flock along on plaintiffs attornev. Ilolli \ .."; *'i.KV.i'f.. Jak-. i\ "f c Fi''l \1. -r.: : II. CrClerk a. \
Starke. That was .,
story printed Knight F rider .*fhe C"
crlve Items of lateral Down near the hog run there is and as we that the whose addreis Starke .
ConcernIng saw .
automatic in the Jan ::3 issue Florida and to file the original of aid fio:: the d.g.loi.! in t"e ,>ffr T\ )oI.lT.a' l.'r "* I' ;
the acthltie of farmers In a little of fence wire which i your ff .cC.. .. .
piece waterer was clogged up and dirty answer 'r pleading in the of t : the t..t t' ::. < I. t .

Bradford Count,. Suggestion may Sam just about trips over everyday we washed it clean and let the II. The. firm Oar Of Bradford fin' of the Court und..rslgnl'd'I..rk on March K 19'othrrwisr .. iCircuit YYYYYVYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYYIIYYYYYYYYTYYYvyYYYYYYYYr

be left at the Telegraph office or when he feeds the hogs.uG;01. the allegations nf ..-.t.-

mailed to Sam McGaney, LaMte1. to pick that up" he says to himself back to work. finS {'IL (CORPORATION. .. i I.ed Complaint b>' you.mill lit taken as co-if.-- NOTICE! PLANNING TO MOVE?
;Plaintiff. vs JAMES PICKLES tlial.
E iI as he walks around it again Defendant IT IS FfRTHER fWDEREl. tt!.--
I and In left field there is a Our freezer : ORDER OF riTMCATIQX this Order of Publication and X..t .
,NOTICE TO APPEAR :. fortnwith published mnoe .a I Let us do the job for > ou com-
I I large bone which has been tin- and week for four
stopped freezing "'-UCcr.ave weeks
we really '
Funny the way mischief multiplies : indefinitely and have it spoiled' THE STATE OF FLORIDA.):''Bradford County Telegraph A .i.' R.8.AlURZt'SOll pll'tt'e operate local and Ions
I covered and covered about a dozen were in a panic for we were I James Pukles. Marguerite E Pact.
on a farm'f' had put a1 as we do *> many times) we! qualified newspaper pubhst.t i _,FLA distance am where in r. S.
Anna Lee Pace. Mary J. Mitchell. said .
times since we've been here Some afraid that we would lose all the County.WITNESS MOVINGLcM.L.r. \ "
lot of old field teed In a steel! sowed it in the chicken run and !Franklin Jordan.lh..rr il. Jtitjcheil. '
day we'll go on a spree and pick fine meat we have stored in it. Franklin Jordan. Jr. Louis I my band and c fseal '
drum, and then later, when We! in the hog pen. We may not get 1,Fleming1 if alive. and the unknown at Starke.: Bradford c, .: l Phone 311 250-J
these familiar Some. '
up objects. As it seemed to be leaking air Florida this January !I. 155' or
needed to use the drui.i for feed,. much value from it but we'll get i around ((spouj-e ot each of them If alive, and OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. !iClerk .
day! the seal we used a lot of, K any of them be dead, to the unknown .
we put a sack of hog meal and some and then, too. it won't be in': spouse heir, devisers..grantees. of Circuit CiBradfoid .i
the dog'a feed In the drum. too. '' the way.The gummed tape and sealed the lid<. legatees, assigner*. creditors County. Kli F'ft'llt'nttorat'' : ; Facilities -
Minding! the. birds" is a lot of i tightly and then put about 50 old : a'id other claimants by. 1'3 t .
Well we soon noticed that rodents;( I I through under or against rash and
at the mat : bother and trouble and we know : feed sacks on top of It. That every of the above named persona! ,olin: 10 U'I'I\I&
were getting feed no
'' last thing in the world we that if there was a good method ,! helped until we got it repaired. '''uh'i is det-ea.ed. to the unknown IB Circuit your.. llrndfurii tuual?. R. B. ALVAREZ

ter how tightly we fitted the lid. I need right now on our farm is of keeping the pests from eating i j jberries h-trs. devisee1-. Krantetcreditors .t'l.irlilxi_ la t Imnrrry.K. .
claimant- I' I .
and by through under tmino! Plaintiff is \
So one day we started to emptythe more rain but we got it earlier: j or against each Margaret Pace ion I-amiiuit IVfrndant (
or pulling up young com Thinking about making a homemade Agents etcher" Ilros.
drum and found that mice i| in the week. And the worst part I deceased George L. Patr. detea rd Cae X' '
that the farmers around here j j harrow of sorts by using a K ,
and George Pace deceased
were living in it We had thought of it Is that the soil I :Notice To Ippeiir.T Porn man Bid!:. S. four St.tSPECIAISAIE1I .
i is just about .
and to all having claim- ..
I would have discovered it long ago. lot of railroad spikes driven into p..r""ns or M. 1u I ," '. \I h
that impossible for we didn't see saturated and does not dry off ( ling any interest in the t"U"11IIn. del.. < .td! .i<|,t. v 1 : 1 '
I I BeI'! However we decided to put a' some heavy boards.: Got to try to described lands situate. in Bradford
how they could get water. But I that it can be worked. And not --
): scarecrow in our berry patch tc I do something like that for wecan't County Florida to-Wit:
investigation showed that they long ago we were worrying about Ileginnlns at the point <>f the intersection .
: see if it would help a little, at i afford to buy any more of the southerly lint
were getting in and out througha irrigation! 'I least for the doggone birds ruin ][:equipment. i i of ('e'lt..rtrt..t (as extended
pipe fitting at the bottom. with the .,.terly line of State:
only the biggest finest toppers j ji I Road ::00! (la" now widened by l
Fed the mice to the cats, cleanedout
About the peskiest thing you in the field. Well we made a ': additional right of way and bring -
the drum and feed in i Planting time is galloping toward I' S Highway 301 and
put our i can get on a farm (at least, according -
i scarecrow and then u someshiny j,
i us and we are hoping that Temple Avenue) in the City of
il and then had a big mess of I to Sam) is a toothache. ': metal discs to string from !I' I Starke. Florida Full A POINT
assorted seed These we sowedin i Not the kind that hurts and hurts we won't get: any more rain scji I II OF nEGI\ I\H; thence run
his arms. The result was starting that I II North 8S degrees ; minutes Wt -'
i we can get busy and really
the paten where we had our:, until you go to the dentist and!| when the sunshine struck the ]I I along the southerly line of Center
{ prepare our soil in good shape Street for a distance of 1!" 1 1feet
sweet potatoes. And thus over ,
get relief but a gum boil which dies for it looked as; if the srare- j (better i I to a concrete P R.M the. .
than ever before, for we
looking the small opening In the swells the whole side of your jaw,, with I Ii run South 1 degree: 31 nunut-- Limited
crow were supercharged .
Uittorrv of the feed drum resulted know how irrportant it is now). west for a distant. of 1:0 ferta For a
and just aches steadily. Sam had : power We call him "Sparkythe i concrete I'.ItM thence r'.n.
m extra work. ;jone for about two days and it Atomic Scarecrow" and if he I South ** degrers 7 minute Ki."
All of which reminds fur a distance of H5.01 frrithe
us of a
e e e '
just about wore hm! out until he keeps some birds out it will help. I westerly line of said $1.''
1 put some Polaris it i talk we had with Pop Moore about I Ij Hoad !OO. which ib marked I>\
Had about five of
pounds rye i when to plant. He advised us tc I II concrete P.R M thence ,
geed left and rather than keep it and repeatedly washed out hi? Worked the berries again am4 j northerly along the said we-i '
mouth with salty water. I wait until the weather settledi ly line of State Road :'>" f-'
i this time did the sides of the beds down and not try to be the first di"tanof 12'.6:J fret t" Ii
That' what he gets for neglectingto i i Point c-f Beginning Al-St>, .,
too. and when we got done we ,; to plant! Well the more we are ginning: at the '.. ,...,.tinii
take of his teeth. i
were tired. And once again, wej i | the westrrly line. of Statt- I: H''
at farming the that
more sense 200 (as now widened by add..
ATTENTION :,: had scarcely finished when we got'still ;advice makes to us. But we al-1 I al right of WH.uth t the ivi i' ',
Used the wheel hoe in the erly line of Centt-r ..
more rain. However the ; Mreri I.1- stendrdi
feel that we'll"be late
ways ifj I
in the City uf Stark
If You Have berry patch to loosen up the soil plants I are loaded with bloom and I j the other farmers get their crops I Florida thence run North si d.

on top ot the beds and dry them ; tiny fruit and if the weather stay I i green T minutes WeM. alo'ig n inortherlv ..
and before
up ours. .
line of tVntfr
PINE OR CYPRESS out. Finished the Job late one I| warm we may get a good crop I II for a distance of 3.61: :! ft-ei A A-I

evening and then just about as''I soon. In the meantime, we are I I II The clover which I t I the masterly line of lake Sti.-1,
we planted .
I which is marked by a.n. "1.1 I
it was done we got more rain i 1! picking practically no berries andit I last year in our house pasture is PRM., thence run North I d'gree .
which to us meant do the job :34 minute Fast along 'heasterly .
Large or Small Tracts I drives us crazy to have more growing fine This land was bedded line of fake Street f>,

right over again. But the plants : and more folks stop for berries. up and then let go to pasture i a distance of 64.4i fet-t to a mCrrtm
look fine. They have a good color I' It )1., thence run South
But should have the biggest
H'e Buy All we and as a result water stands in 72: degrees 57 minutes East fm
I and are growing fast as feeder i j yield we've ever had pretty soor the old furrows. And right downin a distance of 49.1 feet to the ICE CREAMALL
said westerly line of Mate Read
l to be getting
pigs. They seem
PAY TOP PRICES j I now. the water you can see the clover !00. thence run southerly along
!; the benefit of the last fertilizer i. e the westerly line of State Road
life. Looks like
growing big as
Zoo for a distance of 53: :3 f.--'
: we gave them a long time age What with it too wet
I being clover likes a lot of water and more or less to the Point. of l>
i when it was dry. around here for even a self respecting ginning;
like it or not. it is getting it nowan"wa
Write Call I
or You and each of you are herinotified .> FLAVORS
duck to walk around
j '. .
) I that a Hill of Complaint l1a.I
One 'good thing about it beingso Sam finally broke down and invested e been filed in the Circuit Couit >'
farm is that I Bradford County "Florida in Ch.n
wet on our you
B.T.THOMASLUMBER in a pair of rubber boots. The lowly smelly onion has always eery, by gulf Oil Corporation a
'can transplant and the plantdon't ?; The first day he had them he I II : been one of our best sellers corporation organize! and eristmgunder
I I the laws of the State of 1'In!
CO. even know they have been I still found himself avoiding mud last year it was third behind ayl.anta. as plaintiff, and agar ,' Dealers

moved We transplanted some I puddles as a force of habit. It berries and eggs) on our Roadside you and each of you and ..1against M: Most Borden
the of
City Starke. a Fl"
PHONE 211.J look
beets and lettuce and they
should help a lot to be able tc ; Market. Seems that every. da municipal corporation a>- d. -
I P. 0. Box 735 fine I keep our feet dry. I II fendants; that the nature of >..1.1
one likes to eat them and the suit Is to quit and confirm titlt ..o
I only question is: I like the onions, plaintiff to the abov. descnlfdTODD
Got Henrietta bark again from The tomato seeds we just' I
but do they like me I
breeding and it is our guess that( planted have already sprouted I I
-- I While we do not have a complete One vegetable which is gettingmore 1C

stand :yet there are enough up tc popular all the time is broc I Tl 89t.

make us think that we will ELECTRICAL 1
i get coli. It !'el'rr.s'that way to us for SERVICE

iI iI I I a lot of young plants. If anything we sell much more of it this year

iI I' the seedbed is too wet. and than we did last. RADIO & TELEVISIONREPAIRS .e ,

I we lift the covers occasionally I 1:. '

to dry it out. Hope that we can do better this vlti&
REASONABLEcharges I shad AH work done locally and LLON7ti
I year with corn and tomatoes. W ALA GA

an old kitchen cabinet (the Thee two much in demand'I
Guaranteed for 6 Months
attended with the finest of
kind with a metal top) out in one
and sell lot if raise :
we a we can i Guaronteed by ,
sincere serving bring to u* the friendship 'I' of the sheds and it was really them. Lots of farmers tit( seems I 48 Hours to 1 Week Service Good Housekeeping;

&t of the great communities which i, beaten up but Sam got busy with to us) have just the opposite'1 EARL DAC.EX I r. ''I'u.

j a saw hammer and nails and iri trouble. I
\\e serve.DeVVITT.
i a short time had it useable out I

\I in our Roadside Market. Trouble

': is that everything you do like that 1

takes time, and time is the one ,
j thing that we have the least of. i\
Phone 7 Starke Ha. There's so much to do! ,

.. _, I' t, iI' Despite it being so wet we got Why you get mAre< YOU THESE AND MANY .. ied t

Funeral Director Ambulance Service tOur ,, busy with the tractor and fix 1

up a bed in which to plant a MORE ADVANTAGES

local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences anti 1 double! row of onionsets.. Haveto ..' I

services not otherwise available Is I get them in as soon ast'f fAfli, what withthe POWERFUL ENGINES, more than is offered by the

_, can. for if we remember correctly you pay f eiih: leading truck manufacturers, to assure you of ;
II" II I '" they go to seed early. power. 3 engines brand-new. !

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices andaccept TRUCK-0-MATIC TRANSMISSION, with rfrpl Fluid '

ANY life insurance policy In force issaed by ANT Gosh but we're excited now Dodge trucks Drive for the best in shift-free driving. Available in

company, as pa)meet in part or in full on a funeral Comfort is about to have her firs!t i new 11 and 4-ton models. .

1 Consultation carries no obligation. calf and as this will be the firs!M SUPER-SAFE BRAKES of the advanced dual-primary :

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t Dodge offers these up-to-date brakes.
are more excited than usual. I f makes ot t truck,, onK Dodge gives you
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"' Dodge giifs you more for your money! Greatest vision area of the "big 3" lets you sec rvrs

? I IIl il For example, listed at right are 17 values that make new Dodge "Job'Rated" increases safety handling eaie.

.. 7 features that you need and want for trucks your best buy. Dodge Widest seal of the 3 leading makes.

/ r\... r I; .. .- POL''ICY low-cost hauung. Yet of the 3 leading puts more value in :its trucks you More power in the 1'' and 2-ton ranges, than the other

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; More pick-up bodies than the other 2 leaders, including
M .a feature, value for value. Get the facts new 116 wheelbase Iton pick-up.

2 If i before you buy! See us today!
= t Greatest2ton. panel payload and capacity of the 3

14 leaders.
2 fuel filters on all models to assure cleaner fuel and a

'x cleaner engine.
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Un n} I Floating oil intake selects clean oi! at top, avoids sediment -
1 at bottom of crankcase.

y Water distributing tube on all models: directly cools

(h, O valve heata means longer valve life.

y.1'ss r s 4-ring pistons on all engines save oil, upkeep. ;

__ 1 Independent parking brake on all models is simple,

; v t t efficient powerful.

3) Rivet)ess Cyclebond brake linings last longer, can't

b.ore brake drums linings are tapered and molded "
... on many models for quiet stops. 1=
of -._, .: =:>- Oriflow shock absorbers on 1z-, ?*- and 1-ton model
case e'_ __ -=::::- smoother
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EVERY PAY DAY..REAP THE BENEFITS. .l 4.lon SEE ()tv I just adopted by other leading makes-have been stand.

Accident Y2-/on fflfOugn COME IN TODAY ard on Dodge: trucks for years! For example: chrome. 9

Policy plated top piston rings in complete line, spark-plug tt:

covers, 45-ampere generators, short wheelba

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