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 20, 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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System ID: UF00027795:03208
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PUBLISHED COXTINUOIjpLYUNDER Official County Publication Established In 1S79OLOIR FARM & RANCH ;



Youth Confesses 1 Rotary President Congratulated County Wins Fight For Johns Road Conner Named ChairmanOf Ritch Named 1xtend

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To Bottom Dollar .4 -. .r. I To Be Financed By Primary Funds House Ag Committee To Fill Vacancy

ReIVvle: E C\'r.ne. ,,: !*-., :. '
Bradford Coun': apparently *'onuf Ra.f,>! d
Theft Of $482 tuid County Jus b(>enn. it.\i :a,i.- On
> this week in its contention: Ser.,,_: T Johr told the Te'.t-: : ii.an 01 the important HJLV:-,. City Council

.:hal J49O"*) to be spent on the graph vesterdav that Powers had
mitte; on A;ncultu' c : 'T ::1l
ioailed Lester should to him for
Johns Road apologized personally
\ 14-year-old juvenile naa iiftAed forthcoming session ot the S':, tt v ; i" K.t:1 sITKC
ome out of State primary road his misstatemer.t. but had so far ..
to the theft of $4 229 I Legislature The appointmentwas : -' t.i was app.I.'t..t l I"2 ,
L\ i runrts rather than from the coun- failed to make a public retraction t '
from The Bottom Dollar clothing I fill th '
announced TuescLub. > un :\plrt'lJ '.I': '
\ ,, Powers said that he made the .
s secondary road money. j jRJ
tore on Sunday. Feb 15. arid *'*' --- Speaker-elect Fams Br- .\.:: : ::.an P L Urid ,'- -
4 'hard H. chair- ; statement result of misinformation -: .
as a
Sixpson. new ,
ommitted by CO-inty Judge; 1 5% 1' Ocala and is expected to r-v% The appointmentir.iir.ously "" .
Yawn to the State Indust "a* I "t; itn of the State Road Departannounced given him that it was : .appn .! '' ,
highly acceptable cholt !
\ : ctlt'nt Tallahassee I an "honest mistake" and not born .
school following a hear:UKluvenile r in state's agricultural ir.tee.-; > if.er going m:,> exu
Court here Weilr,wiaTh Wednesday that he will ask the of malice. ,'i .: .
1 of'I Conner has an oi.t; -: j.
*, ,
I Board ) follO'this course I t'
n"rnJn. Chairman Simpson said that background in agnnl.* ..: 'Is \ .
youth who has vcrr1 ... 1 I 9 ---.. i-Uon : the Lester Johns road was included was born and reared r, It-. I::t I r.u '
The road has been Of rI S :Li -
(jievioua termg in the Indus' *> a subject in the Road Department'1f5 ? ford County farm a,1 i : % 2 umiv
Int rO'l''Sbetw the Bradford \ I "
School stated that he fOlI't' "* c : :! budget as a primary project t !
; I from the School of .\.: ,,' .1' '
k. }Ii..
Board of Commissioners
The Bottom Dollar by breaking County but that the auditing department the University of Flon,,. i "' up ,

a glass and unscrewing a bar on : and fa.- State Road Departmentfor II r charged it to Bradford County's his high ov-hool davh, ie\) 1 ,
i h. "
', several weeks the State Board I
... 11.30 lock
a rf'arindo. about : o secondary fund through a mis- of '
practically every :: t ir < : a water i.n '
\"mar id Minntr Thi.toy ty the Telegraph- contending that its cost shouldbe :
Sunday morning after he had i understanding .
Future Farmer "
orJ'a/.I': n -- the old count nxid l .\ "
tended Sunday School. Ha mot< Morgan: tef "m-ground president of the Starke Ro deducted from money coming .
: "I see no reason why the acCount eluding that of chapt. r s-- .: ne The Council agreet!
He then left Starke. going from tai iur> 'ongiatulated 1 Lnstnt'oovernor Price Hickman upon to the county for secondary ( farmto v:
H i* oy cannot be charged to primary national president H< .? >w t.ay; would pa' for in: ,

here to 8t Augustine then to1. his dubs retent winning oi an att..ndanl"C'onte.t with the Keystone market t roads The Commissioners -, funds since last year's budget engaged in the msuiani.ness '.- :> .-., '. Itt'r line would! le exte

Miami Okeechobee, Arcadia, S-- I Rotary Club. Interested onlookers are (left to right J, R Kelly., however maintained that | clearly indicates the intent in Starke. but diuieh.- T .."...' "n &. ''It> !Jto ih 'ommitte.I. I' I t',!Uf'sted

bnng. and back up to Ocala. arnvlng i i secretary of the Starke Club; S. Kendnck Guernsey, a past presidentof they had been promised by the |lof the old Road Board was tl: time with his farm op..rat."n A. 'n" t*< ,. -agesHi .\ the request of J I M :--1; ,,'

there Saturday Feb. 11 !' Rotaly International; S 10:. McKay: vice president, M. L. Beasley,' "old" Road Board that the project handle it that way." Simpron said I Ii i''which include the raising of ;'uu .' I.- -mbet s! th' .ir. :U-: CIy Clerk presented a mu!

He checked into a hotel and spent i! secretary and K T1,at 10, ;president of the Keystone Club would be paid for from the state'sprimary i i Although he will recommend bred cattle ill iU'I I I.<- .-.nt.ve Ret. rmeCoun. -iniths property east of Si oSt ,A

th. night, but when he attempted I Ito I I road money. In addition .. which has tvcemU bee .
I ( payment of the Lester Johns Road to his chairmanshipof :: A hi. h h"" been highl)

%: make arrangements to stay.!:I Members cf the KeystoneHeights i stor.e Heights Woman's Club last I The controversy reached a? bill from primary funds. Simpsonsaid Agriculture Conner has also praukd for its groundwork in divide.1 stating that Mr Sm,1: ;: ,t.

four more daya. the manager: be- Rotary Club proved themselves : Friday night. j I climax when Board member Eai he did not favor using the '' been named as a member of sexeral '- planning constructive legislation |sired that a street be giadet! .,,,.o i 1.
him'' Powers of Gainesville mistakenly i I the banks of Alligator Cr--x !r
>-ame suspicious questioned "good losers laat Friday | S. Kendrick Guernsey of Jack- :, departments four-cent gas tax other important lommitteesim to be presented at the session
labeled it a road" that i Council advised that it ',.. '.
: w. 1nee.s.
a< to why he was not in school :might when they paid off a debt sunville. a past president of "private money on secondary projects lading the powerful Finan,' A hi.s spring :
( Senator Charley E Johns had Induced I _:. ary for Mr Smith to ii-.,,1! ,
and finally notified the police. 'i'to the Starke Rotary Club as a Rotary International made the "The four-cent
Wru-n officers searched the end address the evening, ; the former Board to pave (I: money logalhcan M-foot nght-of-way for Hii'5'.
result of being on the losing main of ; be Wanted For Assault And Theft
i spent at the depatment'discietion. t.- the
"brother" City. and that the 1'
to the home of his :, j g1
$232 76:
boy luggage they found I of a three-months attendance praising both clubs on the fine ;
but .
I feel it shou'.i! hreserved would be doi.at th.I'ropt'l I ,iu
in cash He confessed to the ..contest ending January 1 :. work being done in their communities Lester Johns.:1:; i I I
for primary road pro- Chairman James A Lewi- ,
theft hen- and Ocala officers J To win the contest the Starke and upon their exceptional This erroneous from statement the Bradford quickly jects." the chairman said "Any Fugitive From FBI Snared Snoozing pointedVm T Jackson aha.
Sheriff I' I) Reddish I I drew fire
notified i I club established an enviableI attendance records MM I Ii four-cent money that is used! to man of th- Street Malnt.'i..i('
who passed a resO-
who pliked him up <'oftl of 13 one hundred percent i Guernsey was introduced by District Commissioners \ build secondary roads takes that Committee and Ewell Law so i-: ..

The youth has also confessed meetings The Keystoneclub Governor Price Hickman. lution censuring Powers for his much awafrom the E\eu fugitives from justice must th' wallet and identification papeis : the n,'\\' member of same Th.

and entering II i "false" statement. The Board3resolution primarY ..sleep. but when they do the including an oil romiunyitiedit
to another breaking had only two misses during 1 President E. T. Martin of the I system" i was the chairmanship f I'! '1:,.; ,
job that has had local! officers the period and tame in a close pointed out that Lester I, shouldn't snooze In a parked con-:, card belonging to Robert J. j held by Mr BndgesThe
I Keystone Club served as masterof Johns not brother of Sen- I| For example he added. Bradford -ruble Cave of Los I
puzzled since last fall Someone second with 99 I per (ent attend'aiice was a I > vt near a public highway Angeles. Calif. Sheriff I new Councilman. Mr Kif ',

broke into the barn onV M I fur the three monthS ceremonies s and vowed that if ator Johns. and not even a close i i Count' is interested particularly -I that might arouse sUspicion. In: Reddish said However, he had no was appointed aa chairman ot thi

Kdward's farm and made off with The loser were host! to) the th, two dubs ever have another relative Far from being a "pri I, in improvements to U. S. '. fact it did in one instance here this driver's !license and upon being' Sanitary Committee to >>ucreo
100 pounds of pecans The 11- winners at a bountiful boiled nmtest 'Keystone will be eating i I. vate" project the road in ques. :301. a main north-south artery :: week thereby leading to the arrest' questioned by the Sheriff readily Jackson

vear-old said that he and another shrimp dinner held In th., Kev off Starke non had been in use many )'ears. that is vital to the county's economy ot Gerald Leonard Kronmueller. 25. admitted that he had stolon the Thu Council unanimous!) aiiopt. ,1
I who is wanted in California on car lie said that he and
and Cavi met
30 families and four-cent
\outh. 17. stole the nuts. The serving some any moneyspent a resolution deplonng the death forming an important connectinglink on secondarv road., in the : charges of robbery, assault and at a tavern were drinking; ant,, ,
older boy. whose age makes him ; Bridges describing him a- .11
eligible to be tried in county court. Girls Win Boys Lose To Union High; between State Road 100 and countdela> the time when the car theft driving together and that he1' outstanding,: man possessed of hign
Kronmuellei he's not :
says only fought Cave knocking him,
haj been released under $200 bond the "Brownlee Road" which is L" S 501 xiipr.'t' 'nient. ,I.m h. I I morals and Christian ch 'rat't- .

of the case by now being paved from Starke to :natle Simp.x" saidValentine wanted on the California charges, down a steep embankment to get]'land one who "devoted his i-n'fr

pending diiposition, District Tournament Starts March 3 but maintains that he is a fugitive I possession of the car. j'I I itim to promoting the best ni>-,

Judjt YawnIn ; Deadline from the FBI in connection with The theft occurred on Feb !I. t'sts of the City of Stai ke' A ,.'

accordance with the Juvenile I Tag Queen the theft of an automobile last after which Kronmueller drove to ,
t jtlfted copy of the resolution '
.. ..
Court law the hearing Involving Tutsday night over in neighboring beginning tne 4th- period, uraaxora.1 I August: in Wallace. Idaho lie says Wisconsin and then headed for i ordered sent to the Uei-ease i c ,,,

the -year-old was closed to the i! Lake liutler. ilisa HashOp'SKirls girls put the pressure on and rang Expected To See he took both cars forcibly from Daytona Beach where he told oilman s wulow

public and the name of the jouthj I turned the trick and whipped) up 18 points to Unions: for the then! owners .SherIff Reddish he had a brother I

was not disclosed for publication. I..Union County High 4H-3& joe theirj! n. 4 V I 2gIKSI TotfayTax -4'4 -: I: Shei iff p D. RedJish, acting on''ife had no money at the time of Rev. VV. S.

first win over Union in two tears. Paul lUveis. with 13: points was H. ", tip that there was a "drunk man" 'hu arrest. lie had used Cavoa McAliley'Addresses

The boys found the going lougn. high for Bradford in the boys game Collector! J R Kelly said out on the Lake Butler road ( Highway credit card to make purchases of 1' Rotary

Cigarette Tax \| however and lost 43-.54: Union jumped into a quick lead an
I Last Friday night in \\'illiston.1'oth held it throughout the game BHS, job Friday "till the crovd lets up i3'I d, (leeo ,n i 19:')0 convertible Pon- the country. Re\ Wm S McAIUepast--

Money Received tffliiijj lost. the boys 5-& and closed the gap at halttime: to :2Wt: He was referring of course, to 'the \
the guls -1:'>--1-1 for their second: de- in favor of Union Bradford crowd of late auto tag purchasers 'I 4 1 K -"led road a few miles west ounty jail hen- while Sheriff Reddish I guest jollt'
Stark,'. share ot the state :{ teat of the season Koth of the couUlnt! hit with any degree; of accuracy expected to throng his office on the S'II. ke Monday night ; inveatiRates his claim that he,. Wedna.da>

,igarette tax collected in November -, girls defeats have been by only and lost the chance to go deadline day. Feb 20 K m!11. u<-il> i had on his person is wanted by the FBI for the car Rev. McAliley cam.to StHik

was J2.o91 *3. according! to one point I ahead in the 3rd period Kelly stated that only 1,94S\ tag I theft in Idaho The Sheriff has from eastern Alabama and K4\
the latest report of the State : By vutua of their win over Laite; Agnes Lawson, a game and had been sold through Monday and contacted officers in Los Angeleswho an interesting discussion of II.

IWerage: Department collecting! Butler, the girls won the flip ot scrappy forward scored 29 points he figured that there were sun Berries ,HM anxious to have Kron- history of that section which a*..

tent '! the to>s to play in the tmals of the tor the girls against Williston. BHS about i.100 to go before the deadline Expected iell.-r r.-turned there to facet dominated by tne Creek Imiian .

Amounts! received b> )ther1 i I I Western division of the District led until 20 seconds before game this afternoon. He based this barges if he will waive extradition -','until 1811 when they weni.nai"

.tiunlPipitlltie in this area forN'rembcr ,,Tournament to be held in Mao' time when ,Williston scored a bas- : on the fact that last year 3.190 tags The Sheriff is awaiting i outed in a pitched battle

were Rrooker S170.S2.: I I stalling,: March 3 The girl op ket to put them one point ahead ; were sold during January and February I- Heavy Next Week I us'her: developments before d--. 1 The speaker was mtrodut ".1| b.

ponentiil txi either Mayo or and victory Ken Con way. with 14 4 ('I.ianwhat/: cours to pursue In Rev T G Mitihell who had Ii t r '
Hampton $67 :It Kevs-tone Heights
Monticello. and tlvi: : yame 04'.11! o.- pOints. lej the boys' scoring BHS Complying with state law, the bringing the fugitive to trial of the I'r" .tlll
shiM 1ikeIiwtey lUitl.-r $12211:
; : : ; \'belllt'i .. will be
played Fildiy night. March b. led the Willutton boys also until
Florida Patrol it
S3."l21'! .'II nh' F. rms Highway say Miss Faye Pau.k daughter oi!
Mary Frances Hazon and Agn&s before time when we--k unless ,t freeze comes alongto
just they
$i>17S: Waldo $2S3! t I game will begin taking action against Mr and Mr Dave Paulk of
Lawson for each scored 22 points to, blew their lead with erratic passing tlirvrs who continue to operate. Starke. was crowned "The Sweetheart knock them out. M. L. Judd, BUS Patrons Go 'Back To School'tiMi

I lie scoring honors against 'their vehicles without 1953 license. manager of the Starke State Fannei -

Mr. BIG (Fish) into t'nion a 10-y The first Union quarter girls load jumped but Tonght ( Fnday) the bo's11' pUtes after midnight Fnday Frolic ot531'sponsored at bv the the Valentine BUS Market, said yesterday _

be idlo while the travel
lu-vei l1al.t ahead of BBS after- girls Student Council in the USO last Tuesday sa<\' 190 cfites: of fruit

__ Itlll In the second quarter the Lake City Next Tuesday night. Spring SportsAt ?aturda night. She was crownedat en the market here, deUing froma ;.. 9.

:"'"\\UIlS began to hit the basket Ketterhnus A and H squad boys 10 o'clock by Kenneth Conway. low of $7 10 to a high of $9.10. ,

fdiiiuacv ant held a 2i-'A) will be here for gamea and the BHS BHS Feature president of Student Council. Average price paid per crate was \

halftime lead With a 30-all siort cu'lsnll be playing In Ocala Candidates for "Sw -theart" i v
-i $&.17 or 23c per pint. Receipts for
r41i Track Baseball were sponsored bthe various r(1

World Day Of Prayer student groups at BUS, and Miss the day totaled $1.512,12 I

IF (Says She) Paulk represented the High School Eighty-eight crates were sold on !
Be Observed :, Sports activities all' picking up the market here last Friday with -
Library Club. At she is
1 around the BHS with the" -
campus 1Iu.
With Program Here I also a range of from $760 'o J990
running for state treasurerof
for track
boys getting into shape
It \ou have 'iio\ed to Bradford I Total receipts for the day '.\l':-
I meets and the annual spring workout the Library Association of
Count and haven registered I !767 40
U'or'd: I l'H\ oil Pra'\t'r. a worUl- Schools
: for next fall's football team.
'i>ie.en'i I' e with 119 countnesmi yet
Coach James Hobbs outfitted Ii Proceed, from this affair will
tn'ipatuig. will be observed Itou have moved from one i FFA Chapter Wins
I boys last \v-ek for three weeks ofpractice go into a Student Council fund
Prl'& and to another inside theCounty
\tr. s morning t Fndav with : I I but due to colds and sickness for the purchase of lockers and 4th Place With Bull

r\.es beginning: at 10:30: am his daily attendance at prac- a water fountain fOr the 5d1(1!
n !'he First Pre.sb terian Church.V If you have married and not .
> tice has not been that high Thebo's The Bradioid! fhij'.i; r "
'mous ministers of the com- yet changed your name on the started out in lull ,
regalia Farrers of Amerifa '.' i L' _' :

1 "iiuu will: take part. with Rev voting register: bumping heads and going at full Trail Ridge Club plate :n the two-te.ir-,i "
If you wish to change you -u |>airuuH and ta<'h r> rw -Jhints on th" fins |*,lnt II>
A S MiAUley pastor of the "reed. .,
I with their Hereford bull a; :fh
..t Pre.sbv tt nan Church. serv- party affiliation: 1 Coach Hobbs loses 10 boys by Fishing Contest cfJfJl."r in the 'iKxlfrn home e< sinuous room at Jill> during! rln >*-,
State Fair In Tampa last week
.iK as leader If you need proof of age for I graduation this spnng and must oml annual "H.uIt, *s4hool" night spri-d TiwJa) hj the Stark'
The bull which was presented to
The Wor'd! Daof Prayer isooi any reason, and were registeredin : find replacements for them. Spirit Starts March 1 stPrt"Idet the chapter by Sears Roebuck & I'art'nt-T..at'h"r"i8I1un.. Mo
-"itd bthe Department of this Count prior to 1950-: is high among the boys who are Mis) is home "'unonucx% instniMor llld"d.app.! >, ( arl>-i-n Land
Co 1,100
(I now weighs pounds
nite.i Chllnh'r.mt'n of the Na- NOW is the time to see youi out. and they are all eager and : E\eret R Fox of the Twenty-sIx members of the rum, Mart ( ant..n and Hub> Mr IVrkins an' among thi int"r--s.

'umal c'ouncil of the Church of Supervisor of Registration hopeful to play regularly next fall. f"d
j I Trail Ridge Social and Recreational chapter attended the Fair on FFA toIJf'C.talllr,1
'hri.st In the 1'gAaeh year a Marian I* Crosby She is in the This Saturday Hobbs is entering' : K
Club announced that a fishing Day. accompanied by their chapter
Ray Green retired farmer anolIntf'r hftt'rt'nt country has the- respon- Court House every day except I seven boy in a cross country
contest will be held from advisor V R. FergusonThe
'. t1tOt fN' \\'dhnt.IUhlo Mbihtof preparing ma- Saturday from S'30: until 5:00 and I track meet to be held at the Urnversity -
program :March 1 to 31. for "it
May employeesof chapter recently St..t
--4 ) though) nO' nao met MiHig' tf'r1"and\ this year Christian on Saturday until noon and will I of FlondaAround
Humphreys Gold Corporation'sTrail 10 acres of slash pine on the JoT\
the middle of March the
of the tish world sure ..nulhwhen leaders in Afnca provided this be glad to aid the voters of I
-all for baseball will lke- Ridge Mine, who are members farm near Starke and! 10 Tinr-
iaU'hed .,It' this :.'. Bradford C.'untIn even way practice
he set vice using songs and other material t
'y be answered by a :are group. of the Club Therein be acres will! be set out .r 'ne near
_ j mnd bass in hugsiev l.a.ke- originating in that country possible
I for the three freshwater
Last years baseball team was prizes largest future
Tue.sdax night of last week The public is cordially muted J4
-unner-up to Bolles School in thIstnl ? black bass caught during
_ !tf r. Green who 13 spending some i to attend this interdenominational! Rites this be
WednesdayFor I : t tournament Five nem- period. First prize will Advance Gifts

_ ime at Keystone Heights. ss service I ers will l be :issing: from last $25 second prize J15. and third

_ t s the biggest i fish he ever Mrs. EwingMrs i: year squad prize $10
In fact he "didn't even For Red Cross
_ aught Three Teams TiedIn Don Page! a director of the

- know they grew that big' be Bowling League Beitha Ewir.g 73 a res- Post Office To Open Club. is S ttllgup weighing stations 4. ;; -

.-&use in his part of the coun'ia Advance donations, (.f l.'i'e: '
the Lake.Starke
idtT.t of Keystone Heights! for the w Kingsley
a four or five pounder is considered Monday Only Between announced yesterday bSewell. W B g
1 Threv team> \\ ere tied for top past 20 years. died at her home and Keystone Heights ,. '

__ i lops pot in Hurr.piire\ Gold bowling there Tuesday momirg following Hours Of 8 To 10 A.M.As areas Details of the rules governing chairman of the sperialgift _
The lucky fuherman sa> s part of the anr.uaj Red
: :;: league at the end of last week a lengthy illness this contest will be announced .
.if the credit for the big catch drive nfc h begins
Wet Mill Maintenance. Zircon Mrs Ewing was born in Hardir Washington's birthday falls in the near future.Secretarytreasurer, Cross fund w

_ should go to E T. Grills who Mill, and Maintenance each hid' Count v. Ohio on Feb 27. 1S.-.0 in Sunday. Feb. 22. the Starke Vic Frees March 1.Mr. .

? was paddling the boat and whoihowed oost office will observe Monday. pointed out that of the Sewell stated that *he following I1i
of the
an average of 0 &O with IS win! She was a member Keystone many 1.
I::; him how to catch it using donations have beer re-
-- : and 12 losses Community Church. Feb :3. as a holiday members have displyed interest -

s shiner. as bait. Mr Grills whose I. M. R Baggett held honors for Surviving are one daughter Mails will be received and dis- ir. the contest and he expects thata (ived Li respoTe to !ieters mailed Ii

home is in N'orwalk. Ohio U alsoisiting best Individual game to date with :Mrs Don Par.gborn of Keyston'Ileights batched as usual on this day. large! percentage of the membership out by him tins week: _

-" 1 '. at Keystone with his son- ''a but windxrj- service will be curtailed will I Dr H H Adams J50)' Bradford -
of 197 Grtenclalmt'J participate
Mr andMrs score H A : and one stepson. EJ'\"Jif'1 0.-11 ('fJU.." dt'mon..tratMi the m.t'rit"O t of a modern rlothe mangier : -
'n-law ahd daughter The parcel and County Telegraph S35.: FlorIda -
the best three-game total of Indianapolis. Ind. post general -
gI- .
for the benefit of two biting Turkish educator Omer Sara) I emterj
H A Sprow with an average 01 49. Amos Funeral services were held at deliverery windows will be Bank Bank at Starke $125 C
\\'e11h' ot t"leb'* black bass is ( HolidayThe 1 $10: J. T. Quigley $'>' and S lami Saxmai (tright. \\atcbJng the prix-edure are Mr
Height opened Monday morning from S
Crowley continued to lead la three the graveside in Keystone
\\'Ud1ieOffi j Co McDonald, and Dr. V 1. Cottogton.
.niched 'or w r Coca-Cola Bottling
departments with the highest Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock 1am. to Id a m to meet the postal Florida Bank at Starke Starke
l: '-S Miller L John,, who weighed the 1 J. Thomas Jr. 15.i After the patron \i->ite t Uwariou> rU.s-room going through the
average number of strikes. 2.54: with ReA.. J. Holl. pastor of tilt requirements of the public Any- "ill not be open for business Mon- : $10: A.

'i>h m at an official 12 pounds. 1! highest average number: of spares. Community Church. officiatir"j j ione wishing to transact postal d1y in observance of George 1 i The 1953 quota for Bradford I routine of a "cU} in school". they were .ned refreshment in the

- Now Mr Green really has i 3.S9.; and best individual &"frsge.US I j t DeWitt C Jones was in charge-vtarrar.gerr.er.ts : bu.fSs nay do so lunrg these Washington's birthday i! County has been' set at $3,000. ,I s<'hool cafeterU.Yonge. .
wi.iething to write home bout" hours. I i



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IHIADFORD E L MATTHEWS have not settled or. a name yet I il:. : .. -= : '. -._ _. _
Keystone Heightsb but it will probably be the Key BKnnH aBBBaBBanHHBBBBmKiBSiSP: ?
COUNTY stone Heights Lionesses Officer

TELEGRAPH vi cw oi MT PUBL.ISI-IEA alw.uuAAAAAAAAAA.aBeginning) Mix Sara McDonald. elected Evelyn were Scales.Joy Baker vice president president, \ BEEF PRICES HIT NEW LOW !

Mary Dona secretary and treasurer. I
OLDEST: M.O..IDA. Wednesday, Feb : McMurtry:' :
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--- IS i Ash Wednesday! Brow-rung, directors: : Louise DtrI
i. the Com-
and catered srwxl rU.. matter at the Post offer at Markf.
PuLli+ dhrd rtry t'ridU munity Church will hold a series mody. chaplain and Ruth Ham
MW Act of 31ar of evening meetings Part of the mood publicity chairman These 9c

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION .... MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION service will be devoted to answering officers" will be installed at a later
questions left in the questionbox meeting
at the church door. Friday Mrs. Eula Walker has as. her

Is Economy For Others Only? I evenir.g at 8 o'clock church: women guests this wvek. Mrs R>>bt i

will observe World Day of Prayer Bethe and Mrs M C Barvack of

"For want of a nail economy was lost.:.' I likely tore come before the next legislature! Everyone is welcome. Louisville Ga Mrs Walker has

t That paraphra5e ii "a challenge to the taxpayers ,a these: The new orchestra reports considerable just returned: from a visit to
of Florida who must supply the 'nails 1. ('anoolkfetr all Mat: U* colMtinjj functloru progress in their work Lowsnlle.TT..YYT.T.TT.TTTTTYYTTY.

of j public pinion to fasten down many fine In a ,.In,11"! agenrt under the .Mat- Somebody got: all fouled up in the -
opportunities for more economical and efficient comptroller at an rstiii*ted VO".lbI.- navinx 1 first report of their organization

government at the forthcoming legbdature" of M.OW.OOO a )-ar. The names were badly garbled
:2. AhulUh tlw fee *)..t.Mii of (oiiijnsa ni; [Could be our fault. The pianist is HIGHLANDBy (Quantity Kijjhts:.: lte.en t'd I'rtct''i"( ,
\I Thru Sh't. :: 1
In theM: words a spokesman for the Florida l UM .-nf..rr.-innt uttU-L andIlh..Ututt' Mrs Dewey Willis and the
Taxpayers Association ha. placed the uniform ..alar) +t'alr'. and strict budgftary
responsibility for economy where it largely rontrol. Miss Madeline Kennedy' had an u.A..A..A..A..A..A..A.. .A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A.A.A.. AIhghla.nJ C
3. tahlUhiiM-m of A non-LMditkal'talc l : Tax I unfortunate accident' on Sunday b
the shoulder of the peoplewho 69
odonK -- on Baptist Church Sunday STEAK : a
We shall have Commission to rqiuilifialuuti and rt'i i afternoon. She was visiting her
are governed. economy School 915 a, m Worstfjp __
demand duce millagrs in the ".am ratio to increased 1 parents and was thrown from a T __
Koxt-rnment when and if the people seruce 11 a m. Evening senses7pm .
horse She is the
valuation* in Riverside 'I
it each Wednesday
George 'line Smith, in a recent issue of I. Ke-orjcanliation of th- toad, Motor V rhiIr Hospital with a fractured leg ,meeting each Saturday 7 p m I Lb

"Nation's IJusine.ns"! has expressed the same (! and leverage Departments to rurli She been is employed among friends there for she has \Pastor, E. C. Han'e)", Sunday I ROUND TONE E 79C

idea rather bluntly Tri an article captioned"Economy the waste and Inefficiency of political for several rronths as a nurse i' School superintendent W CHar-I
Is for Others." Patronage. (dee. Come out and worship withus. ,
Mrs. Feigert has returned from
.1. Allowing the Attorne) CriM-raKs olfiot' We have teachers fur each I
"Everybody wants government spending the hospital after an illness of ,
when it cuts into his do all of the legal work, for which xorrs 'class. Lb
reduced except own sev'eral weeks CHUCK ROAST S
of s|>ccial attorneys haven\ !paid hundmU Rev E. C Harvey spent Mon- 44c
is the Mr. Smith
pet project, way expressesit Mr and Mrs St John of Mon
of thousands of dollars a ear day afternoon in Jacksonville
; and there is plenty of evidence to substantiate : ) trea( ). Canada. who have been
work\ whhh Mr. Irvin: ..a), his tl"parfnunt Mr and Mrs Freeman Starling
his charge. He cites case after case staying: at the Inn. have gone toDavtona
can do at omMhird the Lot of and little son of Wateroak attended
where this has been true. Business men ] Beach.
farmers, labor groups, veterans, state and sp.-< .il attorney Mr and Mrs Key Sargent and Church here Sunday 7" RIB ROAST Lb 49C
T. E.
Pease of St Maiys Gawas
local government officials and organizations These are just a few that are under con- Mr. and Mrs C. E. Mitchell wenton
a business visitor here Fn-
all are for strict economy a* a general Mderation. There are many other common- a fishing trip last week to day.

principal but when the economy axe Kense; recommendations, rein-atedly( made by Lake Herson and came back witha
Mr and Mrs Carson
what consider rightful every finance and taxation study ever conducted nice catch. Lb
threatens we our were shopping in Ja< k-H,n\ Ho PLATE L STEW S E
share of the pie. moil; of us egin l to howl to in Florida, which would save Florida'! Mr and Mrs Elbert Altmanleft Thursday. 19C

high heaven.In taxpayers millions of dollars a year if informed last Wednesday Noifolk., Lonnie Prescott and .wr. V.-iughr

our present State government, as wellas citizens will insist that they "be( Va to visit with their son Charles. and ReE.. C"' Han'exvete n:
our :National government the indications nailed down in law". Mrs Mathews accompanied them.'Jacksonville on business Friday Lb

are that we have: administrators who are Hut what happens? When government Erie Macklen of IMtsburgh. Pa. | Jonnie Mae Strickland. Amanda HAMBURGER E 39C
is in town visiting his sister Mrs ,, and Barbara Gene WilkinsonConverse
anxious to embark UJMJII a courageous test of j personnel is reduced, either state or national. .
the country' fidelity to the old-fashioned the first places to feel the pressure are the Margaret Tracy. :|I Gt'n" and Wilbur Mob- .. -- _
;1 I"
lea all of Jacksonville
principles of economy and thrift halls of Congress and the offices of our state Pat Louden went to Washington -!' att'ndedI Maxwell HouseCOFFEE
On the State front, the Taxpayers Association legislators.} Just so long as this pressure outweighs -: D. C. last week on a business,church services here SundaySarah

reports that "the opportunities for the demand for economy, so long trip. Mrs. Loudtn went as far as Norman is petting along LbCan
nicely after having been bitten
Waycross. Ga and
economy have been provided by Governor will we continue to have extravagance and' to see her son stopped off. by a spider last Friday F 79C
)frCart)', Comptroller Gay Attorney General waste in government. |i'

Kmn and members of the Legislative Reference If it is to be effective, the drive for economy Miss .Joyce Haskins of Jacksom"me. m.ym..y..y..ayW'III

Council participating in the State in government must begin at the grass her sister.spent Mrs.the Robt weekend Jackson with HE TRAINING; ANDKXI'EHIENCK I HOMOGENIZED

Budget Commission conferences in recent roots. It must begin with overwhelming, COUNT
Lt. Robt. Jackson is on his
weeks. I Hut," the Association adds, "many demand for way Lb Can
regardless of
economy ,home from Korea. He sailed on If )IIU nt'l'd a truss or surgical SPRY S 3 19C
fine recommendations of sincere and able
whose ox is gored and regardless of dfihI Feb. 3 and should be home the supM[ >rt. )ou cannot afford to
}public officials are never enacted into law interests and special privilege. Then, and last of the month. take a chanceith your health.
because citizens and taxpayers fail to follow- only then, willH' get in !
economy oyt.'rn-I| Thirty guests gathered at the l by being improperly fitted.Here .
through with their legislator" ment -- for \\'a'hington, as well as Tallahassee home of Mr. and Mrs J C. Det- at ('ano\a -vrrition| v

Among the economy measures that are mirrors- the mood and temper of the' seller on Sunday evening for a ('*:nbc, we have trained teoh-
under consideration at the present time and people. I J farewell party for Mr .
and lids
____ I nician.s. both l male and female. NO RIN3Z: HORMEL'S
-- -- I I Lunch Meat
Carson Weiland Mr Weiland has
serve you.
. These i been transferred and they ar' .. .. II
So-Called "Safe" SuperHighwaysSince leaving for New Jersey. !: : # hi i-r = )nor health and I I'' ,
I comfort depend on expert
the proposed JacksonvilleMiamitoll : of cars and drivers has been the chief teuton! At a meeting held last Tuesday, fitting. SURF SPAMLarge

road is still a moot question in Florida, Tnt wry absence of things-to-look-out-for has Feb. 10. at the home of Kyle McMurtry. ,I

it is always interesting to read comments of proved hypnotic and drivers sometimes go a women's auxiliary of! CAHOVA

others from parts of the country where these to sleep or into stupor. The speed limit on Glad to see him back at school 1 : PRESCRIPTION CENTER Box 12-oz Can"CHERRYHO"
"dream highways" have been built and already the newest section u now 50 miles an hour. ': again Monday. I PHONE 4202 I 271/jC 39C

found to l he. not quite the panacea for Came then the New Jersey Turnpike with. If anyone knows any news I
(Near Hospital
all traffic problems that their proponents practically speaking, no curves or grades at would! appreciate you letting me )
all. ':have it pleas. We want to Gaines; >'ille, Fla. .- -. .
But keep
there i '
would have believe. '
is fog And .
us c ers -
Up In : .: .. > __ d" --
Such an observation i is the recent Christian broad daylight and clear nights in rear-end i, our t'rommumU up with the times, AAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACHAIR .__ _. .: (

Cll'nceIunitor: l'llitoriall'ntitlt..l (somewhat collisions simply because sustained t high speed ----

doubtfully) 'SAFE SUPER-HIGHWAYS.( distorts driver intuition as to the time It Red PieCHERRIES

Because it is of such currently widespread takes to stop. The road's authority is nod
No. 2 Con 19C
interest in Florida, we reproduce it here in installing a complicated system of speed till'i /1
full: fog warnings.

When the first section of the Pennsylvania Perhaps the new "Garden State Paik\\a.<. 1 BIG\ / .

Turnpike, 160 miles Ions, was opened to traffic down the ocean shore of New Jersey wii''! TROPICAL BrandTOMATOES

in 1940. it wan hailed as the "highway that solve some of these hazard problems It.

had at last caught up with the automobile." construction is said to avoid the "driver hypnosis' 1 No. 303 Can
The sptnxl limit was soon set at 70 miles per of long straight stretches. The plans GENERAL ; ELECTRIC lic

hour, but those observing it were passed time provide widn center' strips to break headliulr

and again by those going bO and beyond Jhre" 4 4

There ,were no craw roads no traffic! lights Moreover, it will start with a speed limit t 1 4 4 "BARGE" Brand Alaska

no steep grades, no blind curves or crests of 50 miles an hour. And the 4
no hazard at all. it was thought ejiceptfailures authority promises what the Penns parkw.u' Ivan IRONER 4 4 SALMON 3 No.1 7 Cons $1

of car or dmei Turnpike has vet to arht'Iomt'thln: i Lk 41
It was not long before the 'Tumpike"v.n 5cAN 4
adequate police -
patrollIng. :

the termed country one of Sired the la-v hed.t dangerous the/. sat-'t\roads merlin in A cost Thus w,. li'arn little hx little but .,' I"ih" f I) 4 4 4 4 4 DEL MONTE TomatoCATSUP C

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I WashingtonAdvice Still Rings True i 4 4 4)) .

Sunday: rebruary ::'. is t h' anniversary Show not yourself glad at the misf:,.;., 4 4 ,-,-

ot the birth of George Washuijiton.) often of another though he were your enemy HIT!! TilE PURCHASE 4 4 U. S. No. 1 Regular White
01' K1TI1KK (;. E.
referred to as the 1 :ither of Our Country"Although Speak not evil of the' absent. for it i> u.:. 4)

).: in recent years it ha+ become some- just. WASHER: OR DRYER} : Lbs 39C'i

what fashionable among certain historiansand Mock not. nor jest at anything of importance I POTATOES 10

biographers to try and! deflate rather : break no jests that are sharp-bttme:

than elevate our country's great, we much and if you ctahver anything witty and pleasant -
prefer to remember them for the fine and abstain from laughing thereat yourselt IE This New
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nobl --
things they did than for the mistakes Be not angry at table whatever happens \ -
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the have mad and if you have reason to be so. show not It. G. f. = -- / -
FIT, instance, '\'., hinJ.rt'n'. rules of con- pu: on a cheerful countenance especialh if p. r -- ?u T Large Size Florida Extra Large Fla. Seedless

"uu-t. thOU h written for the youth of another there be strangers for good humor makes ,.r..- :-' :: :::-;

ages are just as :sound a )guide.: today ts they dish of meat a feast. ACTIVATORAUTOMATIC .

werehen he v r<>te them many years ago. Detract not from others. neither t* e\; isive -, i CELERY E GRAPEFRUIT
\\ hencan our young folks, and oldsters too. in commending E -

'md U-tur coun>cl than this: Wten another speaks, be attentive yourse.: : |
udertake not v\hatou -annot perform. and disturb not the j

'ut W careful to keep your proms*. u his word help him audience not. nor If any prompt hesitate hm WASHER : ; 2 For 15C 4 For 2SC

n. not hasty to believe flying report to without being desired' interrupt him not n,.: .
the disparagement of any ,
anrA-er htra. till his
speech be
Letour dx-our with men of business endedLabor .. ... .
Only ,
to keep alive' in your breas tnat .. .. ., '- ,
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> I.
b*' shoit linj rapn.LrnatcI little spark of celestial l fim called 'onS'lt-n p. $349.95 + v" 0 .- -- .- -, ---. -" ... _'$ I

t1 1 t1' trry1t11'r1 :ij" brut? confined to Doctor's -
know ,
just when he will be e,1
Clinic: with flu He was feeling Soon I SEALED SWEET Frozen
BAYLESS HMAYb setter the last report I had fromhl.T. MrsV t C
C. Ward and daughters. I
CalinVrd! has also been Mrs FreddieVatterson d ; G. f. Automatic 0 .1 G ) RANGE JUICE E 8 an99
? ) Mrs n, K: ( r.h) home a couple of weeks recviperatir.jr Mrs Tiny Lovell and daughter.
from the fluPetty
t .A..A..A..A..A..A.U.U._ Margaret Ann attended the Farr:
U4. Kirby received a telegram in Tampa Saturday TUMBLER CLOTHES 95

RfA G Karne filled hu from huM>y Earl in Camp Kilmer Mrs S R Clark. Mrs. 0 E OJAYER AGEN Quick-Frozen
regular app nuiinrni at B.i)It'.-.- N J He sailed Feb IS for Crosby, and Mrs. Gladys Nears:! ( (\
II::: Hiwaj Sundaymcrn:ns and evening eermarr. were hostesses at a rmsceilaneou.
He will Area>-tf next. Sunday Glad: to know that Mrs G. L. shower at the home cf Mrs C lark vG.J.HCGRIFF STRAWBERRIES% 4 ans J! c

night which \nU b. hip !last Sapp is doing;; fine after undergoing Saturday night honoring Mrs N I jg I
z ;_;, ennon. His subject wi;l be "Once a major operation la a. D. Thomas. Games include,
94:2,;a Redeemed AK'a)s Sa\t-u and Cannot Thursday Her address. is room C'hJ.rsdes were enjoyed durinj g p. IIII

-....-. .:. be UI.: l". This is a wor.dei ul 215 St. Luke's Hospital the evening' Refreshments of coffee 7 SUPERBRAND Colored Quarters
subject and Bro Kar es h...-- \Ve
went up to JacksonvilleSur.iiay : and cake were served Abou! J
prt'adt'Iwo aer-n-'Uib: o>:. .' he. ("xp .ng: ;.' b.:rc Sher- ::,? :ladies :attended' this lovely) af Lb
=-A- fore Everyone is in-.i'<\j > t' :" U h :',,;> but the vi.,< ...i h! fair :Mrs Th rna, received m any; .
tend Sunday sthoo': f'J v i ,'.\i n.! v i r ,x n. : .\ is \.Y :.iveiy gif'aVtncen' '--- Sunder 1',111) ." t PHONE 229 5T ARliE, FLA.
( very -' > 2 S'1: K,--iv nas been ID th t
., Sorv t. rratri \ Tot ,
< k .ut for the last fe(1j, i


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: irer-- Mir.d Mr< Wn Han-- *:)n."lle; .*as .-e\.e"t f,lest of ::ere : 'r a !t'J,,=\< ., :- ;" ... :
,...... .... ..... Mr and Mrs GPo Saxon ::Ing u'.fc' rey p Symptoms of Distress Arising from
Mr and Mrs Herman K.:>..hetan :; sor.d >Irs L H Futcfc Mr Knight 1I.lJ: Mr Bb:- IM ..-: \r:,ittle Mr G L- Sap; .- .or\ivi
Mr and Mrs Mull 1s and IrlJCJhr.50n STOMACH
rf S C Monday'alters i l Mr and Mrs Lamar Kitctesf Among: tnose ttat iu\e tKt-n .:1 a ad Mrs Futch attended summer 1 h : daughter v>f Saxann1'! Ga S: Luke Kosp.Ul ::1 Jack .-. ULCERS

of Mr and Mrs were Geo Saxon ;and Children of S C calied or. the past we jc wb the T.u, are school. together n Lakeland: last a.!'t'"I:>:tmg her parv'" Mr ar.l vine where she .IJE'T'\\t'':t -;:-. DUETO EXCESS ACID

their cousin! W. N Jackson and RasCll, Dyad William Hammond.'s 1 ttnvrer. !J frs Jirrnue S.nvrs guy this week QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST

by I". Wm. \\. Ilammfimlwu.uuuAAAUAAALAAA family Sunday night Barbara Mitciett, Mrs. Bruce, G, W Roberts was a business Ed Wilson of Miami was theuest lIomc'<'t\I1 tni::: (
Mr and Mrs W L Haf'k} >ntertaj.ed -
Mr and Mrs Muilins of Michigan Roark. Edith Anne, Harry Jr and vQva isitor to Jacksonville on Monj j&; of his brother Re\ Harry The annual }Homt'c:' r.t: : :"..'
at dinner Sunday. Mr
Jean Baker cJuldren of Mr.. Ileilbronn !N
Church :
C BapUM \:
visiting Eugene ason day.
are Out focr totUaf of U WnutaT&iiruurr
: t VUson. and Mrs Wilson last *
and Mrs. Fl I Brown Sr Mr
CIrrII' MPeting ; and Mrs HafT W. Baker
Mrs Jessie Mae Cooper and ; held Sunday. Man Eve-' lure No oU tor relief of
The Mary Moor r.rtle of the and Mr W D Carter and children -, Annie Brown of Starke spent I Glenn Crews was in Jacksonville ,eekend He br'ught the Sunday trtapw .af d tr a wtxtcg from Item***
laughter: Mary Lou have returned last where he enlist- one is invitedlk1N'1 rend DUk.n dos to [roan Add..
r.e day
Baptist Church: met a*, the home William and Joan of Starke.= j : the weekend with her father Lorctn !; morning} message at the church t .. D p.tt.ir t.tv or Uow! f UowtJt,
.4 Mrs Haiti Thmr.u1th 13 S-Sgt and Mrs Holland Brown 'from a visit with Mrs Bill l Schup- Brown, and was a Fridiy supper -. e d in the U S. Naval Reserve Stun to *r.tM that JudMor- \\ fountain 'JH-K-",\\ HMTtfcOTM, Il

member present : and son Roan of Tampa. S-Sgt ; pert of Hollywood. Fla guest of WillaRuth Ham! We are glad to see Mayor ChasI gan.; daughter Mr d-1: Mr: K to.TtRIUOHint:: for es. n M.aap".Ckd zil'ft*tIbk

Mn Betty May the Programrhairiran. | and Mr P. L Brown and daugh- Weekend guests of :Mr and moral i j Shuford out again after severaldays 1. Morgan; has .1 bad ..a,e of purpo. $*.3: c\HHplet, at BK VI>- lseass 1s: Hb.ti

'have an interesting i tr Louise. of Jacksonville Mrs P L. Brown Sr. were Mr Mrs Iniogen Adaiiis and 1. confinement w,th a severe c huken pox H.")w ,';ov .::1! ...v,". IX11U COfXTY nU.titt\I'U; HtX'H WU t. MOUFYuu
and Mrs \\'. D. Carter and c1 tl- case of flu.Friends -
:aJk on Mormamsm I J H Parker received word daughter Glenda of Starke were,

tin Charles Gray and Mr*. JoAnne Saturday that hi* daughter. Mrs dren. William and Jeanneof Sunday guests of the Vernon and patrons of the Law

}dirks also took part on the I Dimple Brown was seriously hurt Starke. S-Sgt and Mrs H. R Slad s. ,J'e> School were delighted last
Brown and son Roan of Tampa week to receive a copy of the new foiles Coke icr
program in an acedent in Flint Michigan; Miss' Carol Kfha of Keystone'
,.a I and S-Sgt and Mrs P. L Brown !school bulletin which is now being agree.
Mrs. K. H Watterson closed ;: both legs and one arm were broken Heights, and stationed at Eglin .
Jr. of Jacksonville who has just school under
published by the
with prayer Mrs. Thorwu as- I and other minor injuries Mr : Field, called on the Vernon Slades 1
: returned from Korea. Mr and 'he auspices of the faculty.
stated by Mn Mary Williams Parker will ltafor Flint ThuMlI Sunday

served Boston cream pie, ".ffe. I day unless he gets word that his'. Mrs Marvin Williams, Mr and Mrs Merle Chapman. Mrs. Fuhrman -I Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss Enza delicious
andMrs i with
I I Mrs G. C Rigdon and Mr I ]Blanchard dinner guests of lunch
and CoraCola.Mr daughter is much better and and Paul Cr *n. Jr were in were
I David Brown daughter l
rtrs McLeod in Melrose on
Yvonne Brookins and Louise
*. Eustace Kelly and daughter Dean and Sharon. Tampa Thursday and Friday. p
Helen of NVw River pent II Adkins attended the Fair in Tam- Miss Barbara Matchett: returned (Uy
The of the Chris
Young People
Monday with Mrs J. G. Ad kins pa Saturday Valentine to school Monday after a' wt'!'it'Si( Ihsan Aytac and Kemal Ustun.
tian Church a
Mr and Mrs Calvin Richard I Mrs H Wiggins and daughter gave last illness at her home. furkish-educators, who are spending -
the church grounds
Party on
for Arcadia \here'rlf'y Mary were in Gainesville Monday Mr Mrs Brannen
left Sunday \ I Saturday evening A number o. and Raleigh j i: a year in the United States 1
afternoon and Arclel and Mrs M B Lay-
will make their home Mrs son the
attended md Canada visitors to
I folks from Theressa were
Ki<'hard was formerly Mica Helen Mr and Mrs W N Jackson young field were In Trenton Sunday and
].Autey[ School one day last week
\ thins and has been transferred and children and Mr and Mrs called on Otis Mcllroy, Mrs Louise .
Miss Grace Dickenson of The- hey were accompanied by Mrs r
*. ressa' and Boni Fro tro of Mel- :McKnight of Starke: the school: see, Cokt h.> it-t
havtna Beach to the one in Aritdw 'on Mr Jackson's sister Mrs. J'I, Dave Swindell called on William

and, promote from book, i A Kitchens at Gainesville Sun- bourne were SaturdAy supper Hammond Sunday, who is ill. ']nurse own matchkst tLi>i
Miss' Joan SweeneyUev .
Mrs Kitchens was recently guests of Leo Savage has bought the Ar- .
to Congratula.OH I day. ,
tee .
per manager. ..
and Mrs. R C. Gray left rvvvvvvvvvv..YV..v. I" i that blends perfti 11\
the Alarhua IIospu !- chie Eiland and will move'hlS
I'elen. your many friend!I released from prcpertv -b-
.,. very proud of >'ou. !, l where both hH legs' were Sunday night for Chattanooga Premil- family from Green Cow HEILBRONNl with food. No otlu i

Mr and Mrs Edward Fe.U'U"fUif I aTpntatwl Her many' friends will Tenn to attend a Baptist Springs; t J
lineal Conference. They were ac Mrs. Bruce Roark returned toner drink tastes so pvd I
,rij were Sunday KIK-.N r>l f 1 tot' n't-i: tu kiv-w that sh is get-
Rev. and Mcs. ... ...
companied oy ,
duties ai the u i Thomas \ M into Nuriu.in1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

.... -IJI'IIII ... Harold Bowe of Lakeland and Restaurant after a 10-day illness with so many thiiIOITUD .,,-.
', IF' will be guests of Rev. and Mrs Mrs Ida Parrish and daughter o

Don Martin. Vita of Earleon spent the weekendat Mr an.1 Mrs Jainrs Ga.skm ,'t ..

{ Little Valerie and Cheryl Gray the home of Mr and Mrs Em- Tampa visited in this community

accompanied their grandparentsMr .' ory Brown last wet-kenj.

and Mrs R. C. Gray Sr. t o 1 Truby Slade was in Douglas Ga. Mrs; Walter King and little -.on
r Tampa Sunday afternoon Thursday to accompany his wife of Mian,: aie visiting relativesTYYYYTYYYTYYYTTYYTYYYYY \\E

./ Mr and Mrs. Wiley Williamson and son home after spending sometime -

'" had as their Sundadinne. !. with her parents. *

't.--( --1 & t!! 0rlorwawltttll. 1 guests Mr. and Mrs J. E. Lamn) Mrs Louise Manier was a busi- 1 -

and children of Jacksonville and I ness caller in Starke Monday afti j

: .
; Mrs J. D McCulloch and i rnoon. iOJ

'Luke.. Mrs Mamie Mead has return. 4

11 Brannen enter. to her home after an extended-.! Ja
/ Mrs Raleigh r
... s /1 I named her class of beginners oj f f with relatives in Cocoa.i .
7E \V A. Saxon and G. E. Matrht":
.- aft r the Baptist Sunday School to i iValentine II i d
< Party at her home Saturday :, were visitors to Interlachen on

) afternoon. Nine member!:; Monday. ifft

., I ;-- oat were present also Mrs Charle!s: Mis, J. C. Sapp, Mrs Gilbert tip
,. Drown and son of Starke
;.. .t, 1"1'8Mrs.; Carpenter and Mrs DUly wet
Sunday visitors of the M L. Wat-,
Jess! Brannen
terson family.
Frank Nazworth left londa1mominl Mr and Mrs T J. Alderman A Better Method
,9h17t'lJl; hjjJlfjJ. for Philadelphia. Pa.
were recent AlI
VENETIAN BLINDS Mr. and Mrs Merle Caapmaiand j guests of George l as : :
aerman and mother at Lake City
Duchess AII-Flealum Venetian Blinds arc built to take children spent the weekend Mr and Mrs A. M Burns and YOl' CANNOT deport jour

it! Bending won't harm them. The finish won't chip, in Lake City children of Jacksonville visited building, household }goods. tz, li } I ds
of the IT of F automobile merchandise in
Frank Brown or
or peel. The slats Mrs Burns' mother and husband
are spring tempered /'T irwnt the weekend at his horn J Mr. and Mrs W. H Maxwell : the bank But you can protect

kcep their shape snap' e 4 __ c.a. iiw>t""IA'. and was accompanied to Gaines- Clarence A. Meade and family of jour investment in all
right back in place even .v ,, vilV Sunday afternoon by hi!' Daytona visited his mother, Mrs I. thesealuables by insuring

after mother Mrs F. T. Brown an,.d Mamie Meade, I I There is safeguardmore
rough recently. them.
use. 1 ook for the Duche. W'' ,II. '11. Mr,. no
brother and sister-in-law!! Mrs Wiley Williamson spent; effective than polic
guarantee of quality: a rJ i d i < 11. a
and Mrs EmOr\ Brown Wednesday afternoon of last week I
issued i by a strong dependableitnurance
Martha Horn e s
Mrs Betty May,
with her mother, Mrs J. D. Mee !
and Mr Jessie! Cha th,- Stat I : : Y-
Friday Re.v and Mrs. Fred Dodd of Ii i :
t Fair at Tampa Keystone Heights and Miss Hazel
Irk fl John F Himrcnn d
Phone 207 W Slarke, Fla. Mr Phillips of Starke, and Mr. and.I
; and l Chester wen Sunday dinner I-
son ;:3 Mrs. Robert Cox' were Tuesday II' WALL
H. C.
quests! "r M> Hammond'Earl I'
--- -
night supper guests: of Mr. and

.' .-' .... Mrs C L May.'hool i AGENCY
!'\( News

GROCERIES The seventh grade organizeda I
Phone 116
club last week The officers
COOK'S elected l were: PresidentWillowRuth 200 E. Call Street
MEATS Hammond.1ceprefdent..- Starke COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

Audrey Haley, Sect.-Huth Perry I "'01.8" is a .e9,4te.ed bode mock Q I liB Th| CO<:COLA COMfANY'

FEED TreasurerNancy Dryden.
The seventh grade had Valentine -
a I
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Phone 339-J 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North Party Friday afternoon and I -- -

Quantity Hights Kesmed Prices in this ad effective thru Sat., Feb. 21 had as their guest Mrs Ola

_.._.._.._.._.. _.. _.. _.._.._._.._._. _._. _. _. _. .. .._._...n..r.m..nn..T..nnr..wn..n.LARD Perkins, their teacher and school 1 1
p ..nclral..y..yy..YTYyyyyyyy..
IHHK: Shred I Kindlexs Breakfast Cello 1'k- I'I
.m' t i t t
Ib jar lib 'I

6 14C1 BACON 29CTender LAWTEY t

by L H. Patch I Advance-Design


AAAAUAAUUUUUUABuffet W -, ... Advanced 1 >.idm,i\ter enginestanuaiii -
RICE Sibs 62CYKl.I.OW Ib Supper ,-- on SOOO WXK Scrici ands
forw.irdxonlrol modus optional
The G. W. Roberts hone w a; engine power on 4000 Scncs heavy-duty trucks.

the scene of a lovely party 01 n Trucks
Tuesday evening of last week are more mof <;a Heavier,, stronger, more durable
\1.1or WHOLE SMALL frame tnc(ease rigjJity i; add to
ROSEFLOUR when members of the local school ruggedness and stamina of 1953
I faculty entertained with a buffet. staying power Chevrolet trucks.

/ 1.89.POTATOES' PORK HAMS ib tnc supper honoring Mr and Mrs, Trucks up to 4000 Series heavy.

25lhi littler and Mr and Mrs Bishop,' for the m V e duty models have ue-Action"
and Mr and Mrs Godwin, Mrs,.1 truck braking brakes. Scries 4000 and above use
I : power
II I Godwin Mr Bishop and Mr. Hal 1 "Torque-Action" brakes in front,

TE JEH CHrCK ROAST OR kr being the newly married members I Twin-Action" in rear.

I S. NO. 1 of the faculty. Mrs Godwiiis m f) rre New stamina plus extra gasoline
!' Ib the new member of the faculty;. economy in heavy-duty models

'Wlbs STEAK 49CSmall having entered upon her duty as;I 1 1 economy with Io.idnu.Mcr engine, reduces
hauling ,, &t.per ton-mile.
49Cj such on Monday of last week I money

On Fnday evening of last wee k: e r

\\hole Pork Shoulders or Miss Ena Blanchard was hostesat ::
a surprise! birthday party hon:1'I

orng Mrs Mae Wells. Mrs Well: I .
with ribs Ib d'
I S SIDES! 39C wad: the supper guest: of Mis.Blanihard : I i. ,, 1

II lib that night and Whit e

I 1LC she was visiting with Mr Blanchard .. 01 ,f nd..d -p.;
CRACKERS .1 r .. ...,, .
: '" J. 'M d.
Z who is an invalid the part;) .
0 VK R\ K: .. > oKO >< 'mol..g' It
guests who had according t( '
... ..- ;
with $5 orderOF 11LH. previous arrangement assemble it b 1\<-11'. o4 LVoLLTt.
ji the home of Mrs L. H Futcl 1 1 f"; %

Ib QC OLEO arrived in a body and enters I i t,aslz, ;, y 1 -
to You
I s.r.ging "Happy Birthday
A jlXtlme was had by all pre!

I W I IKlOl NTin P.1NSAUSAGE ero.t .tad we are still wondeivA
f'I I
.. -..1.njo.ed the surprise :T'-' reJf :
JIM I) \N1)\' I Ib *> WtilsorMr Blanchard

49C Mrs A. H Harley Sr. ha.. -.,-
r_ .: ;$ t -4r .....
Sibs 49C tiie4 home after spending : *
', ', -"
\'t't'k:> with relatives in T : e I
: wiiere she also attended th. F'

IKFMI; l! >1UH) r.ia State Fair She was "..

I Jllestf her gnr.d- &ughtt'!'. M"c v

tJI dozen lb :niy Gakina .. v" ."/;: I

: EGGS 45C i PIG liVER 29C Mrs \\' T Walters spent T: : .,. ,,{/' r

f d.ty som"1l1t"night. and Wednesday in J". \k> .JM ,.-', Tfe-t r--../1

; Miss Linda Carradme of T ," Y u dr..do. HW :ii
J :.... ?
llUilOHFIFLD DAISY \\i.; nm: i'iETOF p.i spent some time visiting r' :v; c MORE CHEVROLET TRUCKS 'IN USE !;

tires here this wee:. L.... ..... <:; ., ...... THAN ANY OTHER MAKE!
Mullet J. P. Boca Rateand !
Walters of
Ib Bream Oystersand
I- 'CHEESE E 49CI Miss Helen 'Walters of JacksorviUe

Shrimp were v1s::tine their nar: TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
I ents. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Walters

4I I during: the weekend.Mrs .
o. -- ,--- Miriam Knfgtt of Jack I .

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1 J '-------t tt f fi i i Miss Ed"ardsVeds Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper 1 1J 1t BP\\ Members L egion Auxiliary Y.W.:1. BanquetAt

t Donald E. CornellIn Hear Parlimentary *
>ees Movie on Work Houpt t Home

t 1 Jacksonville P1? 't. rdure Talk' (Of Volunteers Has Valentine Th I1f':

t Miss Frednka Struth E: : i

1 daughter of Mr and Mi '.' .::: on ParliaTer.tar ,,' The American l.egtt'r. AuxUmiret \ The! Cat In Houpt h>>n.t' : '

1 Edwards of Jacksonv::: r ,v -a; g:en bv Pauline( r Tuestia\ even"-..:: ::1' iv.Lgson :. Walnut street wi; seen.

1, granddaughter of Mrs \\ :".* Kebrv:"( ".- :5 meet- 1 Ioarke Hall:: Mr tr.t'.r : oitrr.eting :\ a lorey: 0.ingt,..: \\ ,,111\ e-

Gladys Mooty Stnith of Starke. became. .> '. ..i re > Bus ". A. Proi n.ng. Feb 11. 0.;: 0. .,, the l H (
Phone 3.; i I Ifa ,' Donald Eugene Cornel!' j 4L r' ;'.en s Club : > Kd: M C Greenje: <'ial! "t'r1ft" ot. tilt Business \\ :' c!,,

,,___"1" .----------------- Mr and Mrs Ralph C.,r' ricer I: or the Lake Cty V A Ho. h'n\rlng the \ \\ .\
Mildred Sapp *':::c\un'-
M/ti.s.llon. Ohio Saturday 'j: State Convention will J Jv"an t)ital. was the guest speaker anel'tut'h j T"t \'alent:.:. ,. .: .a" ,

11, he Riverside Park M.Hiur ."' t : ...
h at tn. ri 'A rk.the \'olunttvrAU.! .-> t.'tt .
Officiating ,-.d asked that memt o L"t: table ;--t.n..:
"t' 1op..tkt'I' patf"lmert"" ., .-... ,. .
() If"k candlelight cerem'rr Ai : i The District X :. ns .Terst: .1 i *uh .. .

A Fred Turner, who '. t "\ t' n-imtee wll meet '- X',"<' \\nght .\mer.i.an l.e'r r plU.h 1'.tlentne. to' : .Ing '

4: SlSlf'O by Rev Claude M H- 1; ...eon March 22 with I" \'.\i:represer.it..e from tht '.nt': ;i't't' f',",

Miss ; pastor of the church..1'rangements '. resenting> the local o ., C .\ Hospital and! Mr 'II'.Hie" H br.i" v: ndelab' i '1' > ,-: !"

of white L :, .; >jway reported that "> '1''r:,'!' .i v : ', .' 1 \ ',.corkerC : w."eii:: \\th: red! :-j t h..'

dun native greenery foroa '.- .,re being held at !I' .ii Lik,' Cr'.4-j .; 1\11'1\, bun.:-., hue try t : .. .,,; .

Ada F aground; for the weddu.tr a .' :'aiiUy::: morning in the F : ''' ,:'s xi.Iur' .. is! : \A as en.:. :u" ,,:,. .'! l't'O ,: :I.,. ,'I ,. ,\ .

'1'*' aisles! were marked! --r: ,. tor the Annui': Spa ,"_ 1:'ha.ized! t1: i1 "," t' i '>, naiv i gift.: o' t"\>tv .t .? \ri r-

K'hedral candelabra : :. >.:.> June P- >',\ ::1ke .. '. e'I! .' KI': 'i, tilt n'H I'M ,l,:ner" tt.i- i i 1.\ '

Edward 'I'd white tapers e'::.,t't' ag'. :::s v',..t' l" A host !" t'.- \ ti t; tI:1.'m tor" : : \\. X
,. II J U h.-.n :. : Hlrtmar:" :,.> : ;'n IIIllimns Mr,. I: I 1\.1 .
4 : roam of nuptial niu- I""n iMii and 1\: anJ Mr Uavuiomi h: Ma< ISlain poj I. : -I -<-:. r, '

rWds e ',. tend by M.rs Claire D G.I' .sf ,pe' 1'. 'I .sn, ''Ill hie "I,cute Tlurut' '1' ,II' II.. :"0111" f' : .a :Shtlry! ) !' : e:: \\'hth.: 1 l' t : ,'r.-h, the Y U. A ?:: : !.. \ ,

r 'n.'It. and George Wain : "il'/ i* f.* i' : ; t"'a i i OHit I'rn, 'tl'. from : School' ] '.'i1 :%.: the .t';:: > .ver, -> : .' :M-s T C M- > 1. II 11-:

1 The traditional w t'.j 1 : fl.! u., 'i in t (. \ < -'.. the .r, \er A s: i. .< j If.:.-t'', Jr \- \ :'., n,.,. 1 Ii... : he : ;, .;. Ai! s \i
: 'ter! : tI' "ILI"t' .
1,ea were used. P' It 1..1,1' h :: 1\,' ." ::p .' '1.1 :
nLeU. .11''j v o .ti nii ti tn \
: >int : : ,I itrl[ ,n 'n.. .
bride who was pa'W i I. ., ,?1. U Y \\' a 'U ;:, M,.
: -t 1! .
n o
Drew r her father -. r. >,' ,
: \ by \ Han 11i \ ,mv I ,h :
I :E. v ,- t;','".nte : < stOn t
: : ei .:...:u-e t. .i | "
1 1 .: From her coror- t Ilf :M Birthday \V \' u :thI 1t tv '

t 1 1k' blossom 1 11! : : w ,.lai .' .
Reddish "range n : i iPC .
di i it I 1..' 'e' 4 G .' ,t t,
veil o'i i J Il'! ,'. "I, ., '
tip i ( "I .' '.,, \t : r- \ 1
.: : of r t : : ',hur-
'tried P wh! I ,nn
M .. 1 1 i\ .(:'em : I .' i .i ;yarn
Pd flf .' te: .i I r: di.t, > I
r I :, "I ,: :!1 : l' :hd,1\
}Is '
: t "Iu !I': jv! :';
.,i,'::'it\ .'riI'1.: : I I : g.\', .
1. .
\ "''f ng the \ itt. : : I' ::. ,," 'I hI'"' i i i h
1:' l I' *rt\: 0\ i :r ,",>.e < !i' .
her cousin, k Sti '.' : l > <':M i:':.t ", are t' :.q. ."i- .I,! !1';k, \ ,',

P. \ .4" who wore as jw. ior 1": Yl J i 4r 1 i..iH,.: ., 1 'lntrh.tr!!! '.: t Af. "' met! ,\ ,," i 1" .

I a gown of flesh netrimmed v. .. t ::"t t :-;..:,;,'.'I! IIf| I lU-tl an'! '. '.,, : .., :nwer- .*:," \ I. the :;.,i". t It.) !,

'. bertha and b ,'.' : Vot \ :; ; o"i:! mil lii!u'ul! affart. \i t ',. l ,

She carried a yn"n ( .,' ir' I.'. .::1. 't'" o: .. .. f '10 reception n**.... ..1 .h'd out! .Ilreen4 lira L F l I' is M I.

"t. .h'h .. t 11t' V.i'u' motif The
houQuet. ni i such; a sta .:; mine refresh
l ) i '- ("ihi. 11!: Htiupt :o.tl'1 1 :
'' I XIcAllister of M.I' rt "'<.* oil: U"*eimg hu.-bands ,1.1!: i 'lent table was decorated wits ti 1 ', '
Of '. anl t Mrs Shu It'\ 1 I" :
( '>:ju,!' brother-in-law th.. hr.K.m : ..tl'eisvho have skipped: from mif i til\ and whi'e: i rejv pijx'i} with .1 1 i

.' ... . was best man. 1 / iJIII :at. to another; No 2. askme; fia f"''t.ut .shipiti hiithdiv i''ike set r r'
F .d 1 tlr : i'Birthday Parties
; .
i x .. : the correct use be made of the \ "i:tine the center
No .' *i v i ,, ""-re L. L Roace Jr. of \ : 4 tuililin i laijji tit f i

.r '. r *{ 6I' a its} T'
.... "tee III of Lake City and :\ 7 A'. . ... ..... .II.II I ?... lliut LU.U. U I III, I...... .. .. .. ... .. forest Hill Correction Institutetor The \onngsters \\i-ie given I
n delinquent and dependent negro 'Io'r.son of Mr ai.d M II:
\.''kin'! Jr of Gainesville I..H..( .. I. i .tln' thronj:, ui' MMior, ar. pictured al>ov (left to right ) : .)l Ir..' girls; and No 3, favors of horn, hat. suckers and I .
i asking that some I C. Moore and Wayne Sapp son.
Mrs Edwards chose for 1''t, laUI .ih.ixaii: Mr.. K.: J. IMvix Mrs. dwaiil: Hums, and Mr.. T. C. i ii action be taken about improving' hewing gum.Assisting : Mr and Mrs. J C. Sapp ceJebr-Hi! i

i iiiKhter's wedding a gown of :" i' ,
Malimj-; conditions at the their 11th
existing Florida Mrs Harris in caring;, birthdiy anniveiMi-n:
">se beige lace and tulle over Mate Prison for Women at Ra afternoon. Keb 13
'or her son's | Friday WIt: >
guests were Mrsr
11.it< hmg taffeta. She wore a Unusual Program Miss IIanaughVeds lord Valentine partvThirtyfive .

hair; arrangement of vanda orchids Ilesttss J r K HaulMi:: Ned 1'antty1r. )
; Kuth Simmons and FI I '
children ,
!. At Woman's Club Mr. Vandiviere ".:: St nf k'I: red! t'.ik.' :rid i .oil)tte. !\ I li: A i I'". ..p-! ..i,1:: :MiHails tour games, after which enjoyed ice en tl'i ,

Miss Ada Moore lAwar.11 oodite buuuned down the front to A gown of pink chiffon overmatching Has Greek ThemeThe In St. Petersburg dtt'! the :-:.'eilg: i .t !]ruined 1 lalt'hr' end! take were served.

Jacksonville, daughter of Mrs the waist line with selt-! <-overe d i taffeta was worn by Mrs Moore and Mrs. Sapp M ,

William 11. Edwards and the late buttons and the cathedrallengthtrain Mrs Cornell) mother of the bridegroom Greek theme: was delightfully Miss Mary Patricia Manaugh Pictured At Restaurant Opening ,--sisteti" 1 by Mrs. Wallace SHUBeta \ .

Mr Edwards of Lawtey, and Drew fell from the bouffant bustle whose shoulder corsagewas carried out in the Interna- daughter of Dr and Mrs H C

Francis Reddish of Starke. son of back Her finger-tip veil of imPorted a purple orchid. tional Relations program of the .Manaugh of St Petersburg be Sigma Phi

Sheriff and Mrs. P D Reddish, illusion was' attached to a Immediately after the ceremony Woman's Club at the regular came the bride of Stuart l'itnr

a reception was held in the Jacksonville monthly meeting Wednesday after Vandmere, Jr. .
were united in marriage at 3:30 coronet-shaped tiara of orange on \Vedaesniai Beta Sigma Ph Sun III t.i"'

February earned cascade Garden Center which way noon of last week. afternoon, Feb. 4, at the ,,. .
M-Uxk Sunday afternoon blossoms. She a noire .1' I.t'et Ai' ,,.: !tit at '
decorated with arrangements of Mrs A. A. Kartsoms, her
1. at the Ortega Methodist bouquet of lilies of the valley and program parents. a. Mis s < ;
seasonal white blossoms and native chairman introduced the speaker. 1 The
groom the
with is
Churrh orange WosM.ms centered aiingle son of Mis .
gieenery Miss Anna Ramos of Jacksonville. James Otto of fd 1 .. .k Aiili MeI>on \\'n;'
bride also ; Seminole
Reverend Donald M. Mac- white orchid. The and Dr i
The handmade heirloom j I The bride's table overlaid with who spoke on how the orthodox S. P. Vandiviere of EIslI. -,
officiated at the double carried a ()re. ( dif
ka.ntor| :' a lare cloth, was centered with a Greek Christians celebrated Easter He is a grandson
'. Mra G. N. wedding handkerchief used by of Mrs G W
rUl.t'remon, ) and GeorgeVumwright other embers of her family tiered wedding cake topped witha and elaborated on the Greek customs Alderman of Starke. -:1FT-.tl

Stipp.organist ( replica of the bride's bouquet Following Miss Ramos Rev. W. L. rSe''r 1
\ soloist presented the:, iTmedbtely following the cere- Joyner, pastor of I II
Among those assisting at the talk a presentation of Greek the Seminole Methodist New II
nuptial music "At ltau'ning"Iadman mony a reception was held at the Church. I
rf''t'ption'rE' Mrs C C. Men- costumes was given by Miss performed the
and 'Because" <10.1'. home of Mr andIrs L. L single ring cere- I
( i : duza, Mrs U L. Roane, and Mrs Sylvia Kartsonis, and Miss Man ir.ony. I '
HarJrloti before the Roatie. uncle and aunt of the SEAGULL
were sung ,J. L Briggs Jr. of Jacksonville,,, Ramos of Jacksonville and Mrs The bride, who
while '111l.on.1's bride The bride's l book was kept was given in r's '
ceremony Presidingat ( Mr*. W. \\ Page of Lake City, George Kopelousos and son. John- marriage by her*f tht'r, wore an''afternoon I
during Moore.
Prayer") (Malottei I was sung by Peggy Gayle I Mrs K M. Struth and Mrs A nv Ko lousos. The four also dress of .' /
lif'n'ice.' I the cake table were Mrs Ru- dusty rose .
the Z. Adkins of Starke. sang the Greek anthem, accompanied silk shantung, complemented with t, 'a i tmNYMTH
!, anjIrs.. David
The k
Jack E. Sapp of New Smyrna. dolph R. Others< assisting and During the evening Mr and. by Mrs Kartsonis at the matching accessories and a corsage -

nerved as best man and usherswere W Moore Mrs Cornell left for a wedding piano and danced a Greek folk : of white orchids. i itiurril aome is a congenial group dating at Ute OIH-UUIK vi *.urr .

Pat McCriff of Htal kf', and sm'infc were :Mrs. I. F. Roney, I South Florida. will >.\ Restaurant here last \\t't'k' left to L ,
trip to They dance "Her only attendant from right (t ('rf'''' anti!
was her sis-
Robert Burns of St Augustine.The I Mrs S E np '('s. Jr. Mrs V I be at home after March 1 at Preceding the program a short ter. Miss Virginia Manaugh Mrs. Crews of :Miami; !Sheriff p. I). Kcddish, .Mrs. Kedilish, I'ha": ,
\IiRacho.l Boyer
bride given in marriage by' Richard Ray L Casey Jr. Mrs.Pul 219 Fifth St. N E., Massillon business meeting was presidedover Mr. and Mrs. Vandmere will ':State Hotel Inspector.: .. Shaw. )Ir.. Paul Miller and Mr. Miller ol SWIM SUITS I

her brother, William II Edwards,' Mrs Thomas M. Moore and Mrs James Ohio. j by the president. Mrs. C. HN'asworthy reside in Tallahassee where both :Miami, and Rep Dojh- Conner ,Starke.: ,

chose her sister, Miss Lou Edwards i, The bHife is a graduate the ;| A collection was are students at Florida State "

as maid of honor and C. Clark. Cincinnati Conservatory of Music taken for the Penny Arts Fund. University. Mrs. Vandiviere graduated '' -St. Mark's Auxiliary I Executive Board

Irene Moore of Lawtt')', as flower I After spending some time with and has taught music in Jack- ) Members ate urged to pay up from St Petersburg High I
Reddishleft j Plans Lenten Events (Df WMU Meets ll
and Mrs. I'
girl. The maid of honor wore a their guests Mr onville elementary schools. '! their dues School in 1952. She is a pledge of ,

halter type apple green nylon tulle!j for a wedding trip down the I Mr. Cornell attended the Cincinnati i, During the social) hour theJUl'stJl Phi Mu sorority. The Women's Auxiliary\ of St With Mrs. Green ,

taffeta,I state, after which they will reside and served coffee and i'
was recently I
post'o'er apple green : Conservatory were Vandiviere I
graduated from ]Mark's Episcopal church met Monday
and : at 1313 N W. 7th Ave. : service j, refreshments from The executive board of the Bap- F'r
with matching taffeta jacket ;, discharged from unusual Greek i St Petersburg
( I high in 1M9 and <: afternoon, Feb. 9, and laid *
Gainesville.The !, : t ist W. M I met at the home of
carried an arm bouquet of Ameri-1 I with the 37th Infantry Di\ision'i'the tea table which was overlaid is a premedical student at PSU iHe i out[ an extensive program for the

can Beauty roses. The flower girl j bride and the bridegroom 1 I He is associated in business with]i with a hand made cutwork cloth is a member of Theta Chi 1 ;Lenten season which began Ash'' Irs. Lex Green Monday evening

wore an iridescent lavender-pink both graduates af Bradford High;,his father in Massillon made in Greece Red camellias fraternity. | Plans were made for furnishing I tI
I II Wednesday, Feb. 18, with a communion I
taffeta, caught up at the hem-line School in StarkE' Mr Reddish is I were placed at points of intereston I t he church kitchen, Mrs Maxie
service by the rector Rev.
to show the' lace underskirt, and now a senior at the University of Circle the table and two silver candleholders Suzanne barter chaIrman. Plans were also -
i. Ford MacBlame. at 8 a. m. |
carried a pink net and nbbon Florida and is a member of the jWodman I held burning red tapers. 1 made for a kitchen shower tore .

trimmed basket of rose petals Delta Chapter of Kappa Sigma The monthly meeting' of the''Mrs. A. A. Kartsonis and Mrs i: Is Party Honoree \ Each Monday afternoon at 3.1, held at the March business 1

The bride selected a Relanda fraternity I I Ptarke Grove of the Woodman I i George Kopelousos who were o'clock, the Auxiliary will meet' ,neeting. Prayers were" given for
I "Mrs M C. Ford. Jr. enter- for a study period of one hour. : .he sick members of the
satin witha dressed in Greek costumes. pouredcoffee Baptist
bridal gown of white Include in the out-of-town Circle will be held Tuesday evening I
I services tamed at a delightful birthday conducted by Mrs. P. J. Quattle-i,\'. M U.
tiny cottar embroidered" with seed guests were Mr and Mrs James! at 7-30; : o'clock in the Catholic j from two silver
j recreation hall All member placed at each end of the table. .party Saturday afternoon for her baum. On Fridays at 6 o'clock, After the meeting the hostel

pearls m a floral design. The Moore Edwards of Atlanta; Miss 1 daughter, Suzanne, who was. celebrating supper will be served preceding ; served coffee and cake assisted j
to the
are urged The mantel in lounge waycentered ,
.##" 1.1_____' I '"JI''' I with a piece of Grecian her fourth anniversary. the Litany service at 7.30; : o'clock |b> her daughter. Miss Lu Green ,

1 ;i The party was held on the After the Sunday morning con : I '

Buy Her t tDIAMOND pottery dolls, flanked and tiny by costumed burning Greek red I lawn at the Ford home on W firmation service on Feb. b, the '\VSCS Nominating :J_ 1I tf

T Sgt Robt L. Brown Jr son ,, tapers in silver holders. Thspeaker's e, Madison street where games were' Auxiliary members were hostessesat j I I : '

SAVE 'I enjoyed and prizes were awarded a dnner: in the Parish }House Committee NamedThe ; 1
I: of Mr. and Mrs Robert L. Brown : table in the auditorium!

II 1: of Hampton, and Miss Mary Vi- I was centered with an arrangement to the winners The refreshment ,, fur SO guests honoring Bishop Woman's Society of Christian '' !f: t
table ,
carried out the Valentine HamiltonVest and the four memo
up 1 I can. daughter of Philip Vicari of of white azaleas in a Valentine (I Iday Service jnet in the Methodist : -
motif, being overlaid with red bers that were confirmed that II ,
t Graham and the late Mrs. Vicari. container with streamers o1 f E I church Monday afternoon for their

I were married on Monday Feb. 9. red satin ribbOn. Also on display, crepe and decorated with large I monthly business and I
to program
: red hearts. ,
N-O-W. I in Folkston. Ga. in the auditorium was a table ol f t The birthday cake II meeting I Mrs E. L. Matthews, :
I II .. with four red candles and small Members I
beautiful Greek Starke BPW
Sgt and Mrs Brown will make embroidery : 'vice-president, presided over the

.I I their home in ti3.m.iht'rE' he and hand made linens cakes further earned out the ; Aid New Club ]business session with Mrs. James I
I $125.00. motif. I
I will\ be stationed with the Third Among those present at this delightful The 20 youngsters ,I Hobbes and Mrs G L. Farber.I

1 Marine Air Wing. program and tea wen t attending I To Districts 3-4. of which the transacting their duties as secretary .
were given favors of kiddie books.
Sgt. Brown returned to the Kemal U stu.9 and Ishan .A\tar Starke Business & ProelSional'omt'n's and treasurer respectively.
t paper doll cutouts and little heart- I
RIVIERA 1 States on January 30 from Korea two of a group of 25 educator! \\ Club is a member, goes A nominating: committee was
; shaped plastic baskets
holding ) .
t where he had st'n't'dith the from Turkey. several members o f candy hearts. the honor of having the first new elected consisting of Mrs. E. K i iPerryman. c.: ,

t First Manne Air Wing for the the Junior Woman's Club. Mrs' club in the DIStrict and in the Mrs. L D. Vming Mrs !i t -.

REGISTERED GEM' DIAMOND j past 17 months Chris Kartsonis and Mrs Virgin l't Suzanne's Mrs Ford grandparents.was assisted Mr and by Florida Federation this year. Lo- I. P. Shepherd Mrs.V G. Haile h i

1 Ramos of Jacksonville and Mrs; 'cal club officers President, Mildred and Mrs J. C Hobbs i|
1 Mrs. M c. Ford. Sr. and her aunt,
1j W S McAliley. wife of the n ea Sapp; Treasurer, Mar>n The devotional was given by
t lli'den.1."lter' Haven Mrs William Hinely of Jackson
Carolyn ;
1j minister of the Presbyteriachurch !:t. Arnold Auditor. Margaret Miller, Mrs C. E. Henwall, Mrs E K
j; \ Mr and Mrs Wesley Thomas, 1 ville. ; $
1 'SPECIAL OFFMATCHING ER' and Recording Secretary. Desta Pernman, chairman of Status of $8.95SofHdo
Hendersonville i N C. Mr and
t l ':'Dyal went to Callahan Thurs- Women fcvi. charge of the program -
: Mrs Seeber Di.t' : Andrews d. >- Camellia AdviceTo
RIVIERA DIAMOND I'.n-.bia'; S CHEAR. Kindergarten Has day evening Feb. 12 for the and presented Mrs T G

1 Valentine Party Be Club Topic organizational meeting of that Mitchell who gave an interesting

t :\!: 'M''l ::::: club which is sponsored by the article on American Womanhoodand
WEDDING/ BAND inJ indecent: latex
i \\ {
.. : BETTER Mrs C G Priest entertain,cI The Garden Club! will rreeta FernandJia ClabRehearsals Alcohol. She gave 'he alarm- neckline. In

.. 1A her kindergarten children at Monday night at 7-30: o'clock in ing figures of the American women plunge
i with Cannes
v the Parish house Church users of alcoholic beverages. She Antibes blue
i t Given OR PAY NOTHING! iovelValentine party Friday il:r Start fu.-hia
.t I NO their The governing board win meet at said the Christian women need tc red trim, Eden
OAt EXTRA COST Ij kindergarten room in tr
1 You j IIIITIIHTIICI UUIim Scout House 6:30: o'clock preceding the general For Fashion Showi do something about this graveproblem. "ithice mauve, Monaco

-= teal with Monte Carlo black{
.- 1 NITH The red and white Valentin t meeting. i A rehearsal will tIP held at 9:3C : trim or Ducap yellow with

With the Purchase of Uiueraiern color the:ne was earned out i:** Sam MLxon of Gainesville the Florida
t a Ht'1.-h' de :guest a m. Saturday in trim. Sties 32 ss?
decorations. The WCTU Members chartreu>e
= t (; Diamond Hint : youngsters played speaker, will talk; on Camellias i Theatre for children taking part
1 appropriate: to 'te.'
game dr\
!!Iin the annual Spring FashionShow To Honor FounderThe
All members who have Camellia
=c j cards from the Valentine box aftr
1t I
: HEARING AIDS sponsored! by the Starke
which delightful refreshments bushes that are infected with XouOn Display
will have 5
wetserved. .t Women's local WCTU a
I : tn 1ft C1f.Ar MOCtt5'UN Business &
I blight are asked to bring a leaf ChibI o'clock tea on Friday afternoon at
JEWELRY"Your : .... .... During the
.rt morning they wet I Frances Wil-
$75 from the bush for advice on how n! Feb. honoring
C n Mrs Ruth BrOadwayis
. 1 visited by Ihsaa Aytac and Rema1stun. L I' lard, founder of the organizationThe
to get rid of it. of rehearsals ,
I charge and urges BARKSDALE'SDepartment
"Your Jetcclcr"PHONE 1v llCANOVA Turkish educa.tors'isitin;L'I t I! tea will be held following the
1v are
this Hostesses for the evening that all children be on ttfee The
country to study the schocand "' regular meeting at 3 o'clock inhe
1 health program This d ;Mrs. P. A. Green, Mrs Pearl Col.I sho-A- wiU be presented the last : the Store
260 STAHKE. FI.I ..\. : I t
PHARMACY1'hone lightful visit was thoroughly e.- son Mrs. R. F. Demorest and Mrs: week in March at the Florida! Tabernacle. AD numbers and
. ,. '," ______________.1 1 I .. --
160 Starke Fla.a.aa..AAAAAAVAVW joyed by the children a.. wen t 1I(I J. D. Seymour. I Theatre. i,I friends of the Temperance: Cause; --,- '- .- .--
the guests.
are invited I


FRIDAY ITBRrART, 19551 I' ',.f mrb
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"nit.,,-c:: Hazei' od -pending L D Morgan :and P.a:. M--\>rgar Mr!= I> \\:1.4:1:: :"-, jr'. :*.:-'-" Vi .. ". \\ ..,: : \ .. V-N F'!'... U ...... \'

from 'nu.dato: Salunii (J: Jasper were fishing gr-ests of lath Snaxt-r ,.t Tarrpo her ..1"t r! ." .: ,t a-,i C\::'w:".< ,,f L.'.f I t:. '.e :hats .u t--" V fr- \iij..i>'..i >.; L Liove.l. Va: ..uA.:.: Lt.. .
:n Ga.r. 's'.lle vistti.:g Mrs T. E R L. Morgan on Tuesday Friday guests of Mr and: ML 1D Oak ;ere SjtJnL :\ \ -.tor- o-: }i-'l-aa: Mrs Janice tVUd :and S,.Irs. W C W.rd1.1 Mrs !'"
Mr and Mr<. Job Koa.h. whosere Green Mrs D L SiLox! (! .
r.It'Id"! laght.s: : Pitr".1i; and Jin a-J K telly :pest 14.:: '-nt'n.t In Ta .
Mr aril Mrs T F Hutto ar.d marred in Kaakakee, Ill. Mr and Mrs T J Griffin returned Col John S Xiit: '% ,.': Washing 1 hiss" Hi.ma: BliUh of Ocala. over the .,SlUng relatives nll.1 l atte:: :i.:
'an.uof. ; Jacksonville v.'ere'lSl- Feb 5 were in Florida for their hoir.e last Friday after ton. 'D C. torme':v > oiv.mandingofficer i t weekend and on Tuestav Mr t he State Fair
ia THE NEWS ting the L. S. Hutto family on honeymoon and lunched with Mrs several weeks visit with Dr and of the 7th Division in J lIlt! Mrs R H Bank'; of Jack-
Sunda Came Ingram at the Sweet Shopon Mrs C. C Mendoza in Jacksonville German, will arrive. a\ to be 'onvilie were guests of the Xorst (',\1lO or TIt \ \ h,-
=S rS Sr sn srsr srrrrrpssspsr Mrs Cecil Sewell and daughter. Friday !the guest of D' :and Mrs J A !': <; ,
Mr ana Mr A J 1ti/ge's ar.'l Hoiiu \' Kii IKht' ..tae a business Pam, returned home Wednesday: Mr and Mrs C G. Pnest Mr Mr and Mrs II C. Ritch and LeCterc of Kin!= !eLake OSaturdav Mr a",i Mis. \V.-k": Baker ..-:' 1 \-u-.t.. .-. to i > :.t" 1.II' i iov 1-::: .',

daughters: Lavonu ;,r.1 D -bort'1i ', -ii'or .'i !',,!.ttka on Monday.Mrs after a few days visit with Mrs and Mrs Van Priest and Mr and Mrs Evelyn Cooper attended the night fe I.<.CV'-: < > '.\::; .v Ir t-d Mrs K ['\: ..:r.1.'r..l: o:: '.". ert: g: '., .
'eyt P a.n. Ifcaih !if>.r.t tr.t \\' M \\'n.o..ri> of Mulberry Sewell's mother. Mrs B E. Bennett Mrs G T. Jones and son attendedthe Camellia Show at the U. of F give a dinner pi t\ : 'hu vt.: hOntario:! rt: aU .\':, '. ,::.: .;t ::.:. n.""
H"kend with Mr and Mrs Claude is vis.tmg Mr and Mrs A. in Marianna. s3rd birthday dinner of Mr Student Service building in Gainesville -:guest of honor and are ::\!: c: :. i\t- rationed in :v''/:*: F. '. L.i '. t.t: s, . Ot ;. :
jotna S' at the State Farr- F Saul this week : Albert Gonzales of Tampa andMrs. Pnest's mother Mrs G. P. Priest on Sundav be present at the :MT'V r'f : : :':.. past ten da .,.r R.: ,.-x. :- >- "-.'_t:'.1 i Pi .: : -, M "
Mrs Daisy I'erryman and Mri !,I Al Hartman received word II) Elna Samuelson of St in Williston on Sunday Mrs J P Stevens and Mrs officers of Carp Bland::s and t)f M' Carrie Card They wil: {"!.xl\ biexou. is ".'> earnest \vS I
J B, ot'reh spent tte weekend Tuesday of the death of hu mother Petersburg were weekend guests Mr. and Mrs W G. Haile had Joe Turap; <'f Sanford were overnight officers of Cecil Field ..-vM.,-U\ :" .!.INHXI"\:'i.,' .. :"iM :" .erlt:
It'' Sylvarua and Sardis Ga. visi lira J. B. Hartman. SL. of of Mr and Mrs Tony Gaczales as their guests Sunday and Mon- pue-t:, "f Mr :i-i Mrs Ned! Mu: i M'Fi..i >' i r i"." : ,:: \!. H : V h.\ : I L'.t:: tM }t, .:,;, vAJVAREZ'
fru-nds and relativii 'ItcxUord. HI Mr Hartman had :Mr and Mrs Martin Land and day. Mr and Mrs Frank Italic of Yar tMrs.\ :.".* ,id:, ,-VP"Z.> ," : I r' .-
U.g Mr and Mr L A. Davis are in I'Just returned home from Rock- sons attended the Tampa Fair I Rutledge. Ga and Mr and Mrs : Ko-t Ftsik- ..:' Mi! : ,.' B.t t" :: r-et, M ,. "' "
A lanta ..
Mr. S '; Hutchmaon pent hu mother for three weeks He E L Matthews plans to go tc Ga MrL! !. '. :-t": F \ .
'niwk -:,d i WaycroM., Ca., wax advised bv relatives thei* not Orlando this weekend t., brisk :Mrs T.tuO'.son i<; spe1;'1-g
.,' ng; nt-r rn-in-law and daugh- to attempt to return for the horny i.i ,, ;.tr. 't-t M' -.r.J 1 M1- -.-\..' n ...t'k"'h *i' -. (. !I"r .
.. Mr '"I l JoIn J W. Furlong funeral because of the deep snow E S \!.I"W' : t. :..1 ." -.. M: (,.. ,-p.. L.-:: :- Olr: -'. : 1 ;
\f. .II'i v!n Don Page were in' and subzero weather th re now ',,' '.: j.1 *: ,"r V! -- L..tr. :" '. .> :- ',.

Jai reiativI team'1:1r.. Sunday visiting j 1 Gainesville Mr. and were'Mrs SundJlJu"s'Clyde Dobb.1< .,1 \. !L.. ," '". V.! : : : -.. \I. '-' ; c L,.'. -,&.. scores of ecptioi l vu s'Jane

I; and Mrs Eric; L. Moore ofI Mr. and Mrs Alton I>...bbIn .. ,., ,.... .. ... .
fir .x I 011 ,.1 were weekend caate Inez Kelly spent th.. U.-.K' ... '_-I.__'-", -'-_' '" "' -,- .... -.,.-' _'" _: _"::1'r-.cp." '___ _. .- "_ .w..q.'_,_ ..
o, Mr and Mrs I C. Harris I,i end hi Tampa viMiint her -. .r.i ,. Parker Fresh i "? t Ih., .' I : t : \1

M K' Sheppard. wu in Fort and daufrhter-m-law MrH. 1 r s r,
I III --,, .. h. :::1
Whop -he wt'ekend'Isitin Mrs Donald Kelly. i g ;. i)1 HOT CROSS -
rat ''v. :, Mrs Annie Hall r.f Mi..m: .m I 'rat ,: t 1 i iCI 1.- t

M' I- II I Hnew, Jr. Wt \\Vd- : Mrs Flone Hamilton! of Rn.t"II'! e '.- m t' .. t.' !-- ,,":.....,.. I
: n, ""r" ,n Myers to visit herm : ton returned home Wednesday Ih.(in,'ated To nmmunilv derv H.t it t1-! ; (N 'it. ,. ?.. ;7.t
U' ::i .v who in seriously ill after week's visit with Mr and JU\i.t Artltettt'Than t\I'r": I ',4.. 'r. .."V--;
ti, )L ', Alvarez Mrs Paul Mrs J. K. Douglas and family il! '" ," vo; .fA' \ "i-per' Umhl Smoked Tendered\ :Uin i r tt II I
Jesse N ASI IW If >uu find Sour nume tuniealed in the rlcid.i Iheatrtd : : ,.
f ".I i Mm W. T Shiver Mr and Mrs HAMS l0to12lbavetIb
; Mr. and cut ad out and present it to Ism Office for I'REi: TICKETSSat. / : Pkg. t'- 4' 57C
\'t' ::.-I$ ', : sir water, Mrs M HI Mrs Carl McCall and family, and ., rt-l 2!] OM.\ 'Jia-.. \\ ed. lib! I. 2Tnit :-I Ill "- "'T.:e$. __ ;: //.Y. _..y'I
,'h-, infned) in a hosfn Mrs Horace McCall of Ja.sjn( and l ; DOl HI E: TKVIl: i llI ,\': I ;;.- \iLoilBREAKFAST'
'.., ip MI.1.1: i Mrs Sarah MtCall of P.tUtk.i by
and Mrs Denver I"-\ri'k ux; ALLEN Color rI BACON 49C25C
Mr. +
M :s l I. >:ftahtvtr ofV. y< ross Iona Plain Self-Rising
(j.. diK-n' 'h/ Awken'l with MIS- and l'hlldrt'n'l1iti'.1: ira'iK! III\ \ I r o.,.,' ECNNr or
Silvia A \n-rz Johnson on Sunday. r3ti w, Lbs Kid IVrihFILLETS

Mrs.Air.- Young's and <*.f na_mother. o ik i-f. Young Mri S bw It-,\.. 1 KOKO..0151r0Ylf1 r' 1 ta. F lO U R 15 $1.55 ib

MONUMENTS Love home to Ocala on S.tturd.ty:

after a }vewe 'ks' visit hi- 1'<' Iona Yellow Cream Style (luld, FroenCHICKEN
LOWEST PRICES! Youngs also attended a tai I hI'>
union and birthday party tur tI- No. 303 Cans C Gizzards lb 25
LIIon Sunday. Idife CORN 2 2
No Extra ChargeFor Mr and Mrs K M l>a\-> w< i- C
MrI' utrte nerl+rE Copeland Pure !N rkSAUSAGE {
Setting In Or NearSTARKE in Ari-her on Sundav \isiting -
K Stone and :Miss Maniii And l --- 'NI) Ann Page lb 47C(

erson. I'tus "Ine for Two" ( artoon anilIit
Mr. and Mrs John Mixon and CHAIN OFCIRCUMSTANCES ....\\orld. News Oz Jar -..- -
daughter Dorothy visited Mrs MUSTARD 6 7C75C
4 rra.s M H: Mixon in Gainesville on L( h ODO.M 1
,, t .
SundayMr 'hur, e I). "f, --'
: and Mrs Charles K Knight Ulth Kit hard dravson, andMargarrt .
N" A & P 's Own Shortening
Write For Free Folder spent the weekend visiting Hollis l"i I.U
V Knight: : and Col and :Mrs D I'lii- "\\alt'r, \\ut.'r. Ivnv: Han Lb Can .. f
ATLANTIC MEMORI\LS.I\C. K Knight, also relatives in Cartoon and (haji. lti.uk IlivvlMnal DEXO 3
fSUItlSHED 1930
Cameavillf: and Mclntosh Mi

71$ OUST JT. Knight; n: stationed at Fort J.uk- t
and i J.l T. \N\SON:' :
with the Infantr
JACKSONVILLE F10 IOArncAt.f s<>n. S l'
Fri"D Page
has been in the service> since N tI-
Sun., Mon. Feb. :22.!:! J,{ So
vtmber He is now attendingH.h.M.I rup. Pint '
<< theie Mr and Mt- l.. ughr ---- ."ROBERT""" ... MAYONNAISE 17C White

P iif M siding in nt'lllh\ 'i.lunihii\ ; M-CM ./, i > POTATOES
f! I. J lists of Palm Ika, '!L p'Ih | I"" 'IAYLORELEANOR lOl'e!
STARKE FLA ,- i\i' 'kend with Mi tnt i v
J i Il Kite AND Ann Lb. Bag

Fri., Sat.-Feb. :20! :21IMHJHhE All .' mid MM K.I: Mi'k-& >, \ BEYOND PARKER / ccM bf Koif; Pro VidortntH4ai *. f HUP Oz Bottle 10 39C
PEATUKK; tedi:. and Mrs J.true: II 14 1 11C

HERE COMES Rolomey in Ocala) Sunday and also nut' "the r.mbeiVf; Cartoon- and
brought home Mrs Havana John r.utttt'orhl Xt'Wt \lso -KaHslln' Rouge!; ," Fn'-h dreenCABBAGE
THE NAVY : has been Visiting her niece. .
who .
I \\"ilhsii. -_ ... : .).t' -If.- ,-. -I', ; laundry Soap' Large: liars I\or\' Soap ib (C
Mrs Hr\ann Lvnn in 3
Ith IA-U
inner and tin1llmtrry
UOJH the past week OCTAGON, 2 for 15c FLAKES, IRe pkg> 27c
Marv and Miss Ri ssieFdAards
Mr1 1 Hay
AND of Petersburg Va arevisiting For Dishes Toilet Snap Hath Bars \le tl'rn'ineS
MAN FROM THE Mrs AV }bdgrr.t. f"i,! Sh Specials DREFT 1 Igepkg> 28c PALMOLIVE 2 for 21r APPLES ib 15C

BLACK HILLS \several weeks
Iliad Ixx-ke flew home f r.lm Toilet SoapCAMAY Cashmere (Hath IJars
Ulth Johnny Hack 1truHnAla
Norfolk Va to i'M'nd th-' ptslweekend ; Pascal
for 21c
and I bar 7c BOUQUET 2 -
Cartoon > 'rlalSun' reg ,
CELERY 2 'se stalks 13 C
MOIL-Feb. :22! 23 the Hutto fanulv. ONLY II For Touch Job Washing Toilet Soap Hoof S Bars
I Mr and Mrs M I r w..ns'lSI' :10 DAYS
ted. Mr and Mrs CTiarlie I'arket CHEER, Ige pkg 28c Sweet Juicy

IRON MASKIn at holly Hill over the weekend STARTS FRIDAY FEB. 20 ENDS '
:\ Color I Mrs Sam Anderson anompa, i For Fabulous Suds Cleanser __ GRAPEFRUIT6for 25C

\\lib l-oui. Hdjward and med by her sister attended. Mrs Carl th' SATURDAY, FEB. 28 F AB, Ige pkg 28c A-JAX can TZc
ratrtcu Medina i Hauer of Tampa
Plus Cartoon And 1rtt" funeral of their nephew JacFTurner YVYYYYTYYYYYYYTTYYYYYYYYTTYTYTYYYYYYYYYYYVSPRING :Marvelous Suds Tetley Ocean Spray Cranberry
at St. George S C onWednesday. TEA 1-4 lb. 33c
VEL Ige pkg 28c -

VIRGINIA CITY Mr and Mrs Hugar Smith I, Richer Suds Soap Powder
Hawthorne xisitinj M
1 have' been in
WIth Krrol FJjnn. Miriam Mr Smith's mother who is seriously TIDE, Ige pkg 28c DUZ, Igepkg 28c
lIopkln.- Randolph colt and ill
Humphr lloKartMm Mr anj! Mrs Jame Kmrhrr
Cartoon andcNr : and family of Jacksonville \ver< LIBBYS CORNED BEEFHASH
Sunday guests of Mr :and Mrs
Wed., Thur. Feb. 25. :2!(( Merrill Edward

DOUBLE MACAO KEATTKE{ : visitor Monk m Dinkins Atlanta was Ga a over businesi thi. $ 49 1LB 16 OZ

\\lth Kobert MJtohunu Jan." weekend 29c 19c
RLL.-ll and Um.Alcatraz Itrndi,1Nl Mrs H U Morgan and laugh! CAN CANSwonson

) t.-r Jovoe. were business tisitoru
Island : Valatka\ Tue .laN : a r" 1
Mrs r p Masteix o
Mr and
lthnn Sheridan __ ___
making f'I '
Plus latent \\orlJ News St Petersburg are
home at Nollman I'our''*
Heinz Famous Heinz Process Boned


Seaboard Railway I Cream of Tomato DILL
2.98 to 5.95



Jan 9, J953 and Multi-Colors Pint

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r CAN ,
Personal Integrity and Profession i
SUMMER SHOES o e o 9 9Heinz. O G Q '
Backed by Over Forty Years Experience G

in Repairing and Servicing Railway AND SAVE I w
Large Bar ,
Watch is Your Guarantee of Satisfaction. YTTTYYYTYTTTTVYTYTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTVrYVVTTVVV Heinz Prepared Strained IVORY SOAP, 2 for 25c

Officially Appointed 10 DAYS ONLY 10 PERSONAL IVORY, 4 bars 21c

Illit:. SEABOARD MACARONI LAVA SOAY reg. bar, 4 for 21c

ratr WATCH INSPECTORMember SPICK N' SPAN, pk*. 25cWith

BOBBINS1"TNE / Cheese 4 Or. Pkg C
Radio .\d\. (duild QC 8 16

r Sponsoringour WGGG Safety In Our 'Le" n (

! 12:30: On Your Dial TK,,,- q\'s :1:311: : \fiernoon
FLA. STORE OF rALl'ES"j 300 East Call St.
I ... I Starke, Fla.e .
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YYTYTTTTTTYTTTTTTYTTYTT through 12, the Standard Course. Sweeping Administrative Reforms sand roorr.s aother luxunes. -

This year the ith and the 10th As desirable as these facilities Robert Taylor Stars Livestock Testing T1n Rh.1I POI.T fir ttu

BRADFORDHIGH grades who will, t.e in a new Seen First Months 01 are when funds are abk In A-Bomb Story Will Begin Soon way you "ritl' tome<< in and wkt
group range, will receive the McCarty Reign
instruction in theIr English cJas.s.H may CltUns hue questioned the Coming To Florida If Enough Apply your fey'the .:'''TtI: RROOh.l'ountol .

Mr. Glb&on has planned that "A bloated state payroll has as little u half tht' Pir.tL"lg pr. e! Wisdom of construcfng expensive n I't"n fitly S'; 31IiK1lftbRl Ii

every student (grades 1 through been punctured and rampant patronage It has In the past quarters for basketball: games "A1x>ve and Beyond' paying: at StradorJ: c.,urs: must ...", ) 01 '"1'Tn .

LIGHTS 12)) will' see two f.1mB, borrowed policIes are being rooted In the beverage agency. the when classrooms are sorely nee<:- the Florida Theatre thiS Sunday 6k1; annu-lls; listed for tests '11 tau 1"1t."

from the Army, U refreshers c.n out of F1onda's executive depart.'menta I new" administrator Sam t' Davis ed It does not sit well with tAX. and Ionda}., tell the dramatic order h obtaIn the senior !

11) Urtnda Bradford what they learned last year. under .the adr.mistnitlon of. 'of Tampa warned bs agent payers to see money used forsecondary story of the dropping of the fU'Staton".1C the State Livestock Sar.t.ir\:
I Dan McCart)" This is the wa) i: against shaking down the liq requirements. only to Board County Agent G T Hue
............... yon bomb on Htroshr.na
WWAAThu during -
E\'ery year the d strict, including JIm Powell, Tallahassee con es- industry for anyt.ing-lI1c1uding have school officials moan a little gins stated yesterday. !.et r's Thoroughly
I the latter
days ot
Student Council 15"try Lake Butler, Bradford pondent fOr the Tampa Tribune, fret whis(ey-and get sd for a later of primary nHd3. II. World War If the necesaar listings are

proud trJ announce that their and Alachua stages a. Career Day describes what hu been taking war on moor.shinir.g L'lJ any open By setting up priorities in oN..rI Told obtained, the SISF3 will rordut Wash Your Cloth
for the High: School Seniors +i i place in the two months SInce the I gambling that might reappear. I from the viewpoint of C'01 tests here for Bang's Disease and
'V.lentUlf' "rCl c" wu Ii hug lot importance 5'pt. Bailey isi Paul W.
and JunIOr Beta Club Members U.'ear-ol< Ft. Pierce cattleman I In pardons and reprieves, a new i 'frets( pilot of the: T n. lone or both I at no charge
"JCC U. flu Fay Paulk wu In the grc.up. 'Itia year AlachuaHigh and citrus grower" took over the j day has also dawned according tcPowell' I;wisely safeguarding the: entire "Eno1a Ga.}" on tl'.at histOric day. to the owner. 9 Pouah

crowned the "S'IIt'ett.eart of 53" I : School 15 serving a.s hOit. reins of Florida's go\'emment. I'f'POrt. Mc(arty ..: following i:educational s'stem. Facilities fOr this is the firs time facts be- This county test IS

by Kenneth Conway. president I. There will' be a number of discussion "Since :.IcCarty! and his lieutenants a strict policy of cl-! ,ring I, mstruc'tlon and training of all hind what has been called thebest in order to keep Bradford necesxr Counts) For 40c !

of the CounrU She wu chosen. groups roncerted with differert took office last January pardons and reprieves through ;I students. are vastly more essential .' kept secret of the war havebeen on the accredited list :u free ofT. FREE Bleach If Desired'rlwiple '

from the nine Club Valeatineeo vocatirJU r.nd led by qual- 6, a sweeping program of admin, the parole COTtasron: a non. i than a gymnasium used pt-r. : revealed on the scrffn. Robt.Taylor B Owners of only one row oriseveral .1'l'..
thORP who attended the dance If.d; pentOnJ istrative reform has been started political group. Heretofore, anum.I : has the starring role as., hundttod. Swh
I' : haps a of times may have the
coupe week
and .otM by way of their tlckets. Each student will attend two in the state road and beverage ; her of pardons has been granted a by Col Tibbets E:eawor Parker plays entire herd or part l'f the herd

The clear profit on the dance wu Af"ulon one In the mOrning and departments, the industrial commission I against the wishes of the: parole a handful of athIetfS. his \\ife. tested .

ITt Now the Student Council will c.ne In, the afternoon and in affairs of public j loffictals. who had the facilities Most school officials will r'og-" i The marriage of these two 13 Requests fr
tests bto
I !
te able to pay back the P. T. A. information, pardons and rev .I for investigating pleas. ; rite the soundness or this advice almost wrecked" by the secrecy made

the $1'JO borrowed, earlier in the i The Student Council has taken priP\'es Powell ports. r In matters of spending policy. I and will, act aecordin.ly. For those that surrounded thus historic 'gins. y through n Ferguson C'\Unh'.Agent agriculture Hug. We "lll I

.ear ti. send bOrne of the members; up a new project now that the Almost overnight, &5 employes ,I Governor lcCarty has already i hoping to put over a pet proj\"Ct. mission Eleanor Parker is driven instructor at
I., the f'onvenUon in .fiam1. Since "Vall'nUnt' Fr61lC" i3 out of the : were released from the road de- i gained the reputation of being a i nice but unnecessary. Supt. Bailey to desperation by Taylor's silence Jim BHS Bill Haas \r Dry Your Clothes
Sargent of the SOil Conservation
the affair wu such a wonderful I way. It will Sf.onsor a "Studt-nt- partment payroll alone, and more !.I "ni'kel nurser" lie wants to go s'iould sternly enforce his about his secret mo\.mt'nls. Ina Service. C I. -
.Ut"-1I the Student Buly holies ; Teachers Day" set for March S) are foUo..ing. The road agency's I slow In promoting the big revenue priority system dramatic showdown she dt"- Farmers home Currie of For 20cIn

I II, w.U I tAT.e an annual event. For one v.'t.CJle day a senior will automotive administration section I 1 bond issues to build roads F10nda TimesL'nion'Recent mantis to know how much a Administration or :New \uh'lfnlil:! Un.n!
at the County Health!
take 0tht' classes of each was also wiped out and the "Flori- and bridges. Ill' is particularly woman is suPposed to takt'-how
l..s t t.tr. U you will rememoer : high school t.ar.her. The Seniors I I Final arrangement! and s'hf'\1ul'
da HI hways" magazine shut cautious in matters concerning Birth long she is supposed' to go on 0
I."W n, 5t I.I"II tat R: H. S. rPeived bare been asked to turn in the I i will b. handle! h\ Mr Hng.! ::'
do..n. Sixty-eight road department the proposed $:50.000.000) toll living m fear and uncertaintr

'he H..I 'r'.' First Aid name of the teacher whose place passenger cars and pickup turnpike from Jacksonville tcMiami. .M!r ;<:'I MrH F Gaoway.1.:1 ;: t.f. The d "''rpr.: !: 'f tw! firs'r :at.,,: \\ II\' I' \\' '1ullFn F..rF3tItllO(11
'('JUfSf ''inu!. 7 'tr""Kh 9, the they would like to take and then for w{>. \\ :' ':1 P r :-,.' ., ..
truck were put up trmur.o tl' h : :" t! : '" IX :!.. ," .rfferr., the hr.l f"lrtl.IIII The \\Vasheteria
Junun I ..Un.ntJ grads 11)FOIt the Student Council will arpoint''hfm .. ,. .
Commission.an : '! 1 h. ,,
In the Industrial : : : : ; ..
From where 111'. pc,aril! .. c: is : t !' : ; :: t' 'n 'It ".." S' '{ \\ hi. \ ,Hit"
to the pCl5itlons with the overlapping of top brass wa .. F'I: tj :'I.t!,' I I .: ," .. ::', : . -' .
I it looks like the .. '! : "f .I..r. .1/1'I H..llt. it HI \1'luHI
teat b.r'4 n. k. several macinconservative ;: l! .' .
eliminate :- .. .. '
consolidated to .n \t It ; '
titLI.FLORIDA ; I ., : ) 4 t II \ 1 1 0.1 I (.1: U'II
adminiatraFlorida's '.
nnext Week revampedk
job Purchatiing wa" I: ,-- -. -- ...- _- _____L ------
90 nr ndaILT'S that the department ii paytng affairs.

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STRAIV'BEItRY1t'ItSERY --- Atlanta Firm YYYYYVYYYY'Vyyyvyyyy (4 ....

PI.\\"SS I'll,OIt1TI: Here The "put flr-t thing: t ,
HH'H To Have Buyers
!10 "t'r Thousand vice given to Florid: {'OI'Ht %S have It In a wonderful i A L E"
1-'. O. B. .:ST. mmO)1i "ountaln I'f'n. For Spring Produce by State School Supt Th': i I'

II "f"1..c-t the faint thatwrib Bailey IS timely and to t'.,. : .
\H IO'IOH: ) ( ..tNlit. Come In and 1 Co of :
Produce :
The Ct'rmgha .
With funds Independent
expected t. I r"
I1kr to "rlt.
I I. nUM:! the way yin
well known dealers ., : : G roe cries 8
l'almrU u. .,... mt.\lH'OIm ('ot'STnu:- Atlanta Ga ing shortly from bond sal.! :
; In wholesale fruits and produce i under provisions of th,. -' .'. .
will be represented by a buyer I new constitutional am..r..!::,,':.' STORE &
on the Starke State Farmers : there may be a tendeacv ". !r)g /Grocery Market Mmt Cheap

Market this spring. some officials to splurge ,. : !: .

lheyre doubly The announcement was made byF essential construction ....... .v. \ ................
4 Jr., representative That not the intent .
A. Willingham was
Starke. Call herr" 1
Fla, c. urnt"c: : C1da and sat.. "l'h' :!O. :! I
of the company v.ho was amendment either was .t! "

here this week conferring with t wishes of citizens who :-' ." : ., .

guaranteed S00 t F = M L Judd manager of the nar- I the measure. :---::.--- -,';I""c- __ .__. ='-- H'L= ; '_:: 1! 1fLtHOr

kit, and local growers. The only reaSOn for "'.tt: ... n, TBO E. Sml.I. PI HE HI'h

Atlanta firm is interested .,
The ing minimum foundation [<: .. .1'

m buying E'pper, Lima bfoans I monies for 30 ,
years u.t. :'
\ ,lI\betTy beans egg plant ru- i mit school ,,
systems to) ; 'j. I'
% I 'i Ei4lljAapo Utl hers. squash. okra (corn field i 10 effect burrowing t':1: Steak LB.57C Pepper 29C' .
01 and butter beans. Tbep
; flras ("'Ipt.;, In II!del t" Lt.t t nI
1 .u r. td! buyers regularly at the t ear' I t.. ,: '1.:11.: ", T',. .

r P; ,bye center markets in Pomp.tmrItelle ,' . ... .. .._ .. .
: .. -. :.:. ..... ...' $ .,. ... """"' ....... ...... ..
'P. .1r' 1' """'t '- .
Glade, homestead' '\n'\\ .,. ..-- --' >>" '-"- .- -- .. --- ..... n.._' __ .. .--" .___. .;;::<;.\-c" };

You Can't Plant City but this will h,' ."'" (Neck Bones) Lb 14 bottle
first season that they haw oz

11 extra al: noW STRETCH a Mr.buyer Willingham to} Starkt states th..t ti". t e r

Li especially intet'.t.1in PIE Now '
cost A $5000 Fire Policy to pepper and plans to grow ,1111 pP ( To (Loose) Lb Any Brand for
t\l 43C
l' Loss on shan with growers here th. ; hi' Cirf WElt ERS 29C MILK 3
(-- -- --- \ cover a $10/000 spring. ) Half
,' I The Cerniglia buyer will c"ml' ,, .
For life against I ,: here after the season (close in ,: : : .' : _" ._' : -. '-_: '. __ -, :.- .: ,.: : ,h -.n._ : :::: _
0 structural failure I Get Or Inventory Booklet about June 11:
Plant LB.
I I I'i

For 111z years against I j Charley E. Johns .
\ 0 accidental failure First Aid Courses t ( iocl
I I Agency Offered At BHS HAMS 39c

,_____ _________" nODe IS STARK! FL.L. .'- ;, First Aid Courses were added Bleach

Bradford + . L. .. _
L. F. DINKINS ; to the curriculum at \ ( t .. .. .. .. .' .. -' -- -
high School at the beginning of

'" ,.' ; I the second semester, according I C'try Smk. Ib Doz
'HOSE is STARVE, "'LA, 't"-.ntlng THE TRAVELERti Hartford I 1 to Lawrence H. Gibson assist-

11 I ant principal and First Aid

Ch.urman American of the Bradford fled Cross County r..:. Lb Lbs

Chaptt'r. Heti s o way to Save money today. Get the CUBE STEAK 63c POTATOES 5 24C
SLADE'S BIG FEBRUARY The courses are bt"lngofft"rE"d ,i every Roycine member 3.p.ce of Hat the Cutting fom ly o Set smooth and gve hoirtut

to the seventh and tenth grades r: I The temghr Roycine Hoar Cuning Set indutes the .. -- '. .. -- ,
each year as a continuation Roycine Electric Clipper so gavel and p -- ...-- -. ..' -- .- -- .- '. < __ ...-> 1i->-
the original plan inaugurated last Pessly thot ,t tun hair tmoathly, .ffort.

yt>al'. At that time, Mr. Gibson Nskd Ploted ahour neck Sheen appmg d.s.gned or ties to Ct puILng your; LEA TENDER PORK LB. F\'TOHY PACKED

slated, the seventh, eighth, anti! hand far easy and con.enent use; Topersd,
Fle.ible, Nord Rubber Comb ,hot ie easy to
ninth grade students took the hold and hold, hair firmly while cutneg;

JUnior first aid course and the ''; simply Eosyte-Fofow and dearly Instruction, v.p by Bock-tells step haw to you beon ROAST 39c Sugar 45e
tenth. eleventh and tWf.lfth' pert hat, wrier.
Start aving odor w.th shit wonderful eery
grade students took the standard tauthoir cu0rng sU Aik for RAYCih.E

t ..urse More than 600 students I Hair Cunng, Se. only $1095 at < . -- .

were awarded Red Cros! cl'rttfl.'ates KOCHDRUG -

Act Quick For One Of These 1:1: 1952 Lb Each

6th Grade 4-H Club
BIG BARGAINS Phone 3i:>>: Starke, Fla

The Starke 6th Grade -l,1I .

( 'Iub girls met at school Monday Lb Bunch

11511) M ll.lt. (''iIEF allt'rnoon with Helen Kelly vice HAMBURGER S3C CARROTS 7CI

H president calling thee mt> ttng t. t
order The meeting was opentdW1th .. .- .
3995 the ,HI songs and plNge. e .. -.
BROILER MiSS Ross gave us our food e
record books and recipt's. W. rev RIB OR BRISKET

Extra Special at parted on the milk dish WE" had
made and will finish our assignment -

-..--.< on milk cookery for next STEW 34d1 OLEO 19c1

..- :-.. tr.h' Plans were made fr a I Ii the letters 'nl. Then from
i skit for the Rally Day program i .n OHr the free world (omt 'u II

nE.\HHOH REZ(1Rti5.00t these from rt'idM" .. .-- "- -- ,__ .. ..
March U. cOl1'lmtnl.of 'TilE CllRI5T1.\ai Sl n.t.. __ -_ .. -- .. _- -- __ .__. __ ,_. _h _- -.. -_ __ ___ .'_-'0-<00_'_ _.__
) Bit 60,000 BTt'I The next meeting will be heldMonday.
MONITOR: international djii

I:I VENTED FLOOR .Agnes March Matthews 2.Mdry R'p"r-. r new"rlat tpaptr.for'Jonitor In straiglu4hnlingpeople. i. must re:..dinp BACON Smoked Lb 39C TOMATOES 1 Cans 27C'

HEATER fors( I: To trl't:1R '
I. t 'nul' ''U''. itr.dt.rd ce a11. "I returned to adhool alter e
F'Ioridat. Inc .truerrr, "pSf .118 dears. I "Ill pet Chuck Roast Lb Dixie Lily' small .
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Fl'lJ.\ .\l'TO'I.TItRegular .t. : q .
.. .. .,. I': !.' ," \ .:. my tepee from the college/ STEAK 39C GRITS 9WASHDAY
Price ... .. bet education comet
Regular PriceS : :. : ,- .:; : : rids. .. my .
... from the 3fonuor. :

164.95 \ntire.. T. ',,..ar. "The Monitor girls mt ideas -' .
234.95 !' !I I., ..' .,,' ..TI.1".,1lr., "..t' ,::'Ie IS K 7 r':! II a,.!:.,..-) for my U'Ok. ." .. .: : :- -- -'.':-- -- ---- : = -'- :" :- < = : ": : --- :..: .:...::::.:*''

SAI.H .. 1' .. !,'' ;.:,.:"sr.. 1 Xrw n...York..!led t!L.t a ..f truly "enjoy 111 tern- 6 B.- --f-.i'C, --t C29C
SA 59".95 $49.95 > ..: r NAYfeu' -S. --1- O n.

..i PR'CE I I.PlUfF 1, ,\:r.t..n-."c.t',I". :.ford rd t.r.1.. '.art.nt d'&ln.t and and you Cause cntv In: :and the! too\',011,"m will with bid discover complete the '1.oirrinformative t 10 0'r..: ,nstructive ..IJt1o" SPECIAL ,

....t. : :\-.. r"lr..J tJ serve a copy of vievpdrnt in every nt''.e
." .,:,.\\rr tr ph'adlax to the

;\<::,:. t: ,.y.,'11 E'an the T. Evans.Pai'ttifft to! story.Use the coupon below for a lie.cial \ ; (with )
1..... i:1.hang. Building Ja.k- Introductory lubscnr'lIon' lEi : coupon liar 5C1T11
All Other Heaters fro. n\ ..., Florida 3 months for only $3. AJAX
25 .' ; I 'e tc! vrs'!l.r In the nrfice of ...... ... ... .... . . .
REDUCED :.rk of the Circuit Court on 'It. 0....... Jr.Yf ._..
-- : r+ no'. 0-. '..Of 51. 8.... G.. Mist t I 1.
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} nt. b. tau-a as Cunfete- :. ....... I...... 11. R '
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'g.. SLADE GAS COMPANY 7!. r. t,,'eh.lll De publish e
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"!' e.e r..n, :.:w.h...k Bradford f .r four County l"lnsecut1\'t Tel.'I.h ... : \, (NMI

i "'- \\ COUPON: i
ST.\HKE. Fl.1 : t', ,1 thto ,by of Ftbruary 195'. (edLra)
PIIO E 121 d'Fh'U.L SE-\.L\ Charles ,. Darb y
3 \'I..r), of the C1n:1Ut Court ,
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By f.1r&D L Crosby. Deputy ..c1er1l ) 'II 1 __ __ s: : :
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i and f' e 'he origcnaJ. .!In Ue: .!TV# of ". h..rw,.. the inuon4 >f aid| one each week for four D.et'mj > se .
\ the I..IL "r : r : 'I nipUint, .:t. t>e t.ken .J coatcwekt .n the Bradford County Tee ro -a' ,, s .'ofarit"
the 'u "U"
ort >- re
SOIL CONSERVATION : 1. ;, y .. -d h> you. crapbTn K \) A' J i-Tk
: s not sha'l:t b e published'42nd :x :. ".. .. .
It ( 1.>>

df I 4ary
B)' BiU Haas '

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1a a+,, ,
Soil Conservation Supervisors are !porsonr.g the
'' > G -o. T 1uggiai The Bradford ;i'
District Board of Supervisors held bill. He went on to say that the
C'Qunt"ot a special meeting In the Bradford Agriculture of the State has beer b a 5rr 1s a..
1af Agricultural K\tension.t Srvte Soil Conservation -
Agriculture Building Monday Feb. improved through

16 to acquaint the 1 legislators of Districts and for cunt.n ;".;

!>.' You Own \ (ost' vrt.-r.j: .; the Florida State Fair. this county with the proposed bill improvements in Agriculture r ir- t
About the rr.ddie \I \\".. Are pleased to have my good to form a State Board of Soil mers will need a State g.):1! C.<'

State Lxi'K 8411.'ir.' }Hoard: !inn+l Milton Plumb make a picture ;Conservation District Supervisors servation District Board of Supervisors ;

Alii launch H t t.-stiiiK, -.Tiwxr.: in of our Bradford Booth for composed of five farmers to help them with th-! .:

Bradford County the Tampa Tribune. We enjoyedour I whc are or have been district problems on the farm e

This periodic teat U n oeuar> if Fair visit\ and did all we!supervisors. Those attending were, James Luke. S. C. S area ,'r-:

sir kcrp our county accredited ax could to boost our County. I Senator Charley Johns. J. R veer from Lake City has been insisting 0 f SoaM.a. ,

Ling free of tubrelo. Test i;t rMra: Calf Crop Wainwright, V. R. Ferguson; S Foster Shi Smith a Bradford : : ...
for brucellosis will be mad at the There is something about the j A. Bryan. G. T. Huggins Jim Soil Conservation District .r r0 :

same time. livestock management program ; Sargent George Brown and Bill Cooperator in making a detail a "

The state requires that a good of C Ltlsch that pays double. For I Haas. survey of the muck area on the ,( .y \

number of animali be: listed for the second time in the past two' Mr. Bryan who is Chairman of west side of Hampton Lake. Mr l' ,1.
vest if they are to schedule a years Mr. Letsch has had twin Union Soil Conservation District Smith is developing this area f.r .L

iiatr Veterinarian for us. Our|i calves born on his farm a flw., Board of Supervisors explained ( permanent pasture A completesoil

number 1 is 600. We have some list- I miles north of Starke. The latest i I the bill to the group, stating that survey has been made of the ,

"d. but nerd many more. It is i, addition. two weeks old now. is this bill was a farmer supervisorbill area and an advanced sOil:! Observation : i

'o your advantage to have your | a pair of purebred Angus Calves and that the State Associa- farm plan has bees prepared : : __ _
Battle tested by the State when ; a bull and a heifer Mr Letsch hai tion of Soil Conservation DistrictsrCCFSS : for Mr. Smith.

you have the opportunity. Thereto i no answer for this profitable production I

no cost for this service. except that he likes good NOT ENOUGH ing-the job that keeps us busy ANM AL FINANCIAL STATEMENT. :( '

I'lease give: this some thoughtand j stock and he believes in a good we have achieved personal happiness .. .
D." 'mho'I I ; :
"write us, Pox 267 or call feeding program. As much a genius as anyone we whether the world rates us

233 and list your request. You I Bradford Hospitality Still Good I know and far more than rr.os- I a success or not. And a happy "! ASM-: rs8c'

may also make your request to Running a little behind schedules I and we" have met several In our person doesn't have to think what'' U S Government . . . . .S 5757.952
Hill Haas and Jim Sargent with I last i: time is a young lady who told II I the world thinks because he already -. Stole County ond Municipal, .. . 14,643.732
treating hogs Saturday morning ; us not so long that she had I I Ra.lroods . . . . . 2,030,19652 A 1 Picture
the the
SCS. Mr. Ferguson Agriculture ago attained of Moving
I resulted in an enjoyable dm- : II I. has one ; Ut.l.tiei. . . . . . 8.531,58428
Instructor Cliff Currie. ]I ncr and visit! It was about 11:15: learned an important lesson. i I,I, greatest of all possessions-sat-1: Miwelloneowj . . . . . 1,468,776 22
Farmers Home Administration or when I finished at the farm of And the lesson frankly is that !,faction, and peace of mind." I j Stocti.

with your County Health Officers. I Reddish Andrews in the New River commercial or financial success To all of which we have nothing Books . . . . . . 433.94300 20 Old
The schedule for testing will be Community Seemed like something in and of {Itself alone is simply : to add. We think as pood'; Utilities. and Indujtriol . . : . 2,943,622

nboul the middle or latter part of i just told me to stand and j not enough. philosophy it speaks for itself. :, Fast Mortgage loom on
March. I Improved Reol EWe" . .. .. ... 43,744,251
aboutit. Colorado ( )
talk awhile I did. and prettysoon I II :Now make no mistake I i SpringsCol. News.iOTICF I
i Reoi htole. . . . . . . 1.127.580 18Polity The family of t this lady and her granddaughters would
Bradford .
ltM-oK"l1c-d/ | I'ulr I there came the call dinner'U She neither discounts the
loans.-. . . . .. 5,329,908
I find this the
of most in the world.
Chastain It all
County Commissioners ready! j jI worth nor indeed the necessity moving picture
I Co h . . . . . . 3,199,649.66Premiums
and Htnfroe. along with Home I Mrs Andrews expressed regret I II t ti achievement in the realm of com I : TO APPlUll started twenty years ago when the girls' father took out
and .. . .
Due Accrued. 3,235,946.67
Demonstration Agent Dorothy I that she did not have hot biscuits \j merce. There is, she emphasizes a : I.Florida Circuit In Court lkaarery., IlrBdford County I II Interest Due ond Accrued.- -.-. 555.036 his life insurance policy with Gulf Life.

lions and your humble writer ', but we sure didn't need I very great thnll in meeting the I.I Rose Gordon Hadlvy, Plaintiff vsLawrenre Miscellaneous Assets. . . . . 9.51600 As the went he able to change the
on was
made a fast tour of the State them with all that good baCk- challenge of goals to say nothingof lladley, Sr.. Defendant. . years provisions
Case No. S;0S Total . .. . ., ,93,016,745.90LIABILITIES of
the policy. as the children were born. when
Fair in Tampa last Friday. bone and dumplings. I was hun- lining one's purse with the I i ;.Nolle To Appear
I Had 1.. ., Sr.. hoe his father died. So when tragedy took him and hU wife
The main attraction was a gry and I sure helped create the medium of exchange: in abundant : To: Lawrmce ) %
Kfnidrncv and address is: 44V.. legol Reserve on all Policies . . .$73,592,487.02
the able take
grandmother was to the girls in and
luncheon given by the Fair Asfcociatlon I need for more cooking before quantities."But ,,: ISls-t Strrtft. New York. Nw York. help
Your are hereby notified that a Claims Reported: Proofs Incomplete. . .. 270,453.33 to them.
honoring County Commissioners another meal could be served.Requetsl i you know she said rear
I 'I I bun for Premiums and Interest Paid in Advanc 899,869
and agricultural work- For Farm lands was reading not so long ago : Divorce and restoration of
.I maiden damn Reserve for Tones. . . . . 310.974.33 Your Gulf Life agent can show }how your policy maybe
era for their efforts in makingthe I Bradford County is attractive to : where someone had said that the .
halt bem filed against you la theabove Agents Cash Bond and Accrued changed to meet the changing conditions of your life.
farm exhibits in life named Court and cause andyou
a success. folks passing through or reading only real satisfaction comes : are required to serve a copy of Commissions . . . . . 470,273.25 He can show you, too, how its value increases yearly.
While at the Fair had the I.i not from the rewards but in doing
we about our Agricultural program.We your pleading to the complaint on Employees' Retirement and Benefit Plan. 2.96/.099..a
color i the itself if don't. the Plaintiff's Attorney Your Gulf Life agent can help with problems
of job
pleasure taking part in a have received six requests I ; you you many
Neal T. Evan 103 Law Ks-: Miscellaneous i Refer v es, . . . 831980.91
movie picture that will be shown since" January list for information -! get satisfaction out of doing the change Building, Jacksonville.Florida I in forecasting the future for yourself and your
.I Total . . . . $79.340,137.44
throughout the United States ad. i about our County. These requests job itself, for its own sake you family. Better call him in for a talk-today!
[ come from out of state ; miss the thing that" is really and tlie Clerk flUthe of original the Circuit In the Court ortlce on of Contingency Reserve .$2,000,000 00

residents who that they had worthwhile. And I have corr.e to or before the 2:! day of March Surplus . . . 9,676,608.46
I say 1953; otherwise I: the allegation of What is back of the million plus Life policies and
TODD been through here" or had heard I that conclusion too. aId Capital Stock: . . 2,000,000 Gulf
/ Complaint will be taken as confem -
I the agents who look after them? This yearend balancesheet
about our section of the State. I I "Oh, not that I shun success in -d by you. Surplus for Protection of All Policyowners 13.676,608 46
This notice shall be publishedonce tells the and
story of Gulf Life's strength security
ELKCTKICAI.: SERVICE They are interested" In locating j I a commercial way. Far from it. I each week for four consecutive Total . . . . . $93,016,74590
| near here to carry on their farm- I desire is very much: more than waeksIn the Bradford County Tele

RADIO & TELEVISION: ing activities> welcome these I that, I absolutely need" it. Everyone graph.Dated this 2.1 day of January 195S
REPAIRS requests and shall try to give I does (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby Insurance in Force (Dec. 31, 1952) $U,655,023.00
I Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
and. i them a true picture of our county I "But the great happiness if we By Marian L. Crusoy, Deputy Clerk .
All work done locally
I i/jo it :/:0I
I i that will encourage" ,:: requests for i are to attain it. and hold it, must ii\
'uarantml: for 6 MonthsIS further Information. from the sheer of doing I INSURANCECOMPANY
j .i come joy NOTICE TO APPKARIn ?
Hours to Week Service the job itself. In the long run I Circuit Court, Ilradfurd ('oaDtT.I. @lilllLJF J1ITTh
I.KE'OIn: RKWEST FORT. Florida fhaneerr. !
i anything else is failure, because Joan I'.ipley. I'ldlntlff..s.. George W. k
EAHL DAGEN, Mgr. K. AM) RANKS TC>;TS ON : everything else is so uncertain. ).. Jr., Defendant.
VOUC L1VF.STOCK' NOW Case No 9812 .
But if we enjoy what we are doPLAY Bodes To Appear.To 4 r L

I residence: G org.and. address\V.: 1 lplt is y.:: Jr.l.'nknown., Whose "A Southern Institution Since 1911" Home Office, Jacksonville, Florida!

You are hereby notified that a
suit Divorcehas for Local RepresentativesMARTIN

been filed against you In the

.r .1 above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of }E.; LAM J 1.. J. FEENEY L. ('. SMITH:

your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaintiff'sAttornf'Y : to the Home Phone 182-W -- Box SOS P. 0. Box 737 P. 0. Box :30S

A. J. Thomas, Jr.. 215 Lafayette St. .- Starke Fla. Starke Kla. Starke, Fla.
Starke Florida _

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: 7 powerful engines, 3 of them brand- 4-ring pistons on all engines save odd upkeep.
44 new, with 100 to 171 h.p. advanced .
1 f' :, dual-primary type brakes in I Independent parking brake on all mod U a

1 ';a' through 4-ton models) for sure simple efficient powerful.
KitE e aA+: stops and easy !servicing. .Truck-o- Rivetless Cyclebond brake linings la.it

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lEt # 1, plus all! of the other on i2s: -i-
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P Safety Ed"cRe ; t iv I f 1JI piston rings in complete line spark-plug
"be<' Me de I r loda covers, 45-ampere generators !short wlj{ ,-!I-
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I IJ it* 'Clerkif: :.r- C.r.a.: 'Oar .
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set what a jua can (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles ?.- h-f iv: t 1t, :M.. ",. :<4..s :00-' : n.T.waut.O ass
.l.Darby i :1: : b. :'::: :b..n 11th
i J nlC : hyng., t Aetheruent the 't".,
Never can tell what i, CUrn oi the Circuit 11. i therw.-e fete aga.on:: ; 01 Fast the'
you'll find S a wan II I and pAfallrl with N"rth lwr-4I1Ameat. sad
-y Marian L ad .. : apputeatnce >
Crosby Deputy cirk I II .i: be takeas confessed i.le cf Aid
Section 10 a d.-1a't.Yof bJtldl1.rIDC
when you dig into the earth with I I II 1 by .. thereto )?
y u.Thu
Decided .
j that we 130 It 22 E' your hands. After the spray tank gamble I notice shall!. be pu IIti!I""' the right of Kay of State tlich- and identical Slat K' If..aa,
on a few once each week
D I A R Y I I f'ur cons cutlT*> may, NV liV, theiw-r ru. South iy numbered I* )
j was empty. Sam was digging! corn We prepared a NOTICE TO 'PPF.\Rla weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ta>trrl) at.r.j: the said West .4f...' '

i some moist soil to throw on some l left field and then I rtrrall Court Rrador Cot.tt graph Dated th. : .,( .ad I(\gtiK A) a distance ,'t.' .,hIS order,',.ban be Telegrai publlradfard -.. d a .
By Sam McGarvey Florida !. ( kanrrr;. day .tf February tt:l. 1T1> fir <,> a point here the unty ,
i }Mn i' tH '. ICLU. :;&::,\l.1'b<&r" \: lIar' aper puhit.hed l in UraJ .4
burning posts, when he suddenly the old fashioned Finch Pl :nlf. is Riciird' f&at and .r.t line on the :-"Ulb'f' ; .. .k .
Fin.-b. DdendAn I ClerK of the t\rcut: Curl .. >I. Florid, 011" aneenuttvC ** f
Cast No MillNofire !.d'f the NS Of SK-, ,>fXWr. Vifctmr
t The author will be glad. to re- jumped back. lie had Mid 'h.'
dug up a What a lot of work T. Ap rarTo Py Marian U Crosby. tp.uty'I.'r. .. IIII..rH-'I, Null highway ; ;' Krek" berm"

criie Item of inkrMt concerning 4 | snake. He suddenly rememberedI sweet corn, trying to Richard Finch whew r-s. i 61.1| run Wt'llt 6:..? fet to a day WITNESS stated In this hand ordrn at' ,t hl.......
| drnce aid address IK Unknown Ih i p iat where the East aad weft my ,
activities of farmer In JSi
the >
4 I important things to do..SS worm out But we're Your are hereby notified ina; ai) Cfrrvit Court .f rUrUii lUcklkJydirlal Laie on the South side t>f XS of, t Ills court thl.SI day %
Bradford County. .Sujgentlons j suit for J Ji ClreBii U > ,, l'"aid ; in Stark.- In the i
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maybe i i. o a I Ur Bradford XE'-4. f XW s !n cr 'r>

Ml at the Telegraph office or i We have used large disc hillersto Now that we have i 1 hall Divorce brrn filed against you in the,I MAE('sump IKU.EJS II UllIOXn: .Kith.1 th.thr\\ .Vh- t,. :nd.' ....South.l VKf Imr '?T"l1.net: atnresadi'harirs. ::- ':,,1.)

mallrd Ui SamlicGaney, Lav.ley, I bed with and have had above named Court and E R. U. MirXD h.r hu-K,nt N\\ \. ;ill. f N> 'p. A. c of 1 barb
varying figured on our 1:!M you are required to serve cauan4"'"PUinuffs.v- JAMES L. PHIU.H-S. \\'. -! r., i \ : \\\ .. ,':,'r i.. '. '
success. Then we borrowed a couple PEt'L.\H PHILLII-S. BECUVilJt ., '... ,
know that they have your answer or pleading to the e->:n- n. H u : r ; ,> }jr.hH t t'" un r
of disc killers which paint on the Plaintiffs Attorney1 I; >HXM>N and iIKoi'.iiK JOHNSON : f < ; ,; tt l. 1:1 1. t' "
.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAfl came 67 per M so far. We I her husband. Drfe ". '
Zach II Doug 505 Lynch!;' tdani9llrr \ \1. \u \
elbow But its slow work. i from an old horse drawn cultiva- if that is high or low; Building Jacksonville Florida \ _Of "nilTl
almost driving us crazy grease. I'I Ie ..
I land file the original in the office 'tat r Uf FI it ar
tor. and they work rUle uf; .. ,'???? .n.v..at..nnm.yaVnn.T....'
They .. ?
that >
with wafting, Comfort finally had our own labor is the Clerk of the Circuit Cout on'i visit i'i .tddress !
I I make a bed which is high enough i i or before the day of Mlir'b,4! and residence i" unk-! '\\ T. a'I I
her calf a fine burl:\ which we Trfd a little with I '1)53: otherwise the alligation.of'1 I II' EleuUh Ph.Hit.ni'W i.vil.i'jMn ..irridrncr hI,
the experiment ,, for our use, but do not dig asdeep I Spoke to the !>:ilo1 Complaint will be taken as c )n-j' an.l i- >if? Ji.n.> .\1)-. .., NOTICE! PLANNING TO MOVE?
Slugger During pro'cm radishes Have had trouble get- I' fe!*ed by you. mid address .* .M.I> \ ,
:i: the .
both that Com- as largeCIneS. Post in Starke durin This 'rant: $trrrt. 1 ... VtiKei. r.il: f. .
we thought notice shall be hrd : r.
puMl ;
the fool >
ting things grow so, I I It ai .rnt pla.r.nfs
I I week. It is a once each Week for four consecutive r-- '- I t-t u:> job you
fort was In for trouble ao Sam, one evening after chores we just weeks" in the Bradford County Telei 'j rlda\It m the a'. ,\e e'-ntlr.T .,11" a .1
Our of collards is -! and Ions
i I row showing with such a fine hat: the d'f'-id.ti :-. June' 1. 1 i'! ,. plt'tt't' operate }local} .
to Charlie Shuford to graph. j : R.8Al.U Ut'SCll r
get plain scratched a few short rOWS II III I signs of going to seed, so we I I.better acquainted. i i Dated this Jii day of January. ISSXi II i lip:! *, liruuii. riui.p:.: ''. .n.\\. r., '' ,, tu.. tlloot.1n!: anywhere. in t'. S.
come take a look. But Charlie in a little pen in the barnyard OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles, A. Darby;:lohn u>n a i <:>-< KV J hii" I t.lUfeiutnd. t. MOVING
I planted some more seed in the ... .
I II ter
I country to live in Clerk i.f the Circuit Court.Hy r "u'sd.- 'f it t :.1.1of : '
in bed with the flu. and Da'eShuford I -- -
wax and planted. With little or no care I II I i kitchen garden. It is not so long groups like the :Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk;! Hondas ..that .a.-1i ., I f -n d! .: 250-J
i frndant. ..' Phone 311
advised to home: I gel I" err the :ttc : t.
ui go we have about the best radishesi I/JO 4t : j : or
ago that we did not know how to ______ and Is not In tlif military: r\ ,
"ltle nil will be born by the time 've had in some time. j ji w:: United Sutr,. and th.v :' .
i 'crop collards and did not enjoy I At long last we've Noun: 'IU \iM'K\u: S
you get there". And he was right I a a i In Circuit 1'uutl. llraUfurd l'euntyI'ioridal p..rh'nI'hm the Si i-r.. }I-. .' F\il It'nl Storaco Facilities -
I Ida :
i them but think opal whfinrv .fw.uld z
;,|eating now we to throw a little soil ; -
la t _
i hnncerj. .
he few minutes I hind -
for when came a sai.l .ibn .1.! !I. S -- -
| At last we have a decent stand i|i: that they are mighty :good eating.I I crop. We decided that .: Evelyn P. Bambino.. rUur.iff \ -. It :*, ihrreffi.oni'Kur." : .: .
later to see !if he could help, lit I I Joseph Bambino Defendant J
'lot 't([the defendants Jam.-I. i'h ,
We tried about three double-stock S
tle Slugger was staggering aroundthe turnips. I I sweeps Case ;J. 961&i1otlce I Beulah Phillips now n.--l.i'! ,' J. ..I.. .:! m R.B. ALVAREZ
times previously, but each time Rust sure eats up farm imple- trick, so we connected :,; \ Toppear.. j.j j.ion and George ihi.-.ii. d! -. .
barnyard already.: lie's a fine j To: Joseph Uarnbmo, whose r si-ii I upon A Z. Adkins., Jr. .
the Uny seedlings died. Treated ments.Ve let the Cole planter-tractor and they i drone and.adb i>. :11 East 120th: I Ij For plaintiffs, whose :ubir.-.tit v t..1 : y for Delcher Hro
I Agents
calf. HU daddy: was a I
'the seed this time and that may stand out in the weather and as j I Str..t..w York. New York. j!SK Firs Avenue, 'iotll1"F'\\ : : :
Brahma, and he shows it in I Ii Your are hereby notified that a'I i ride their writte-i df f' n-. .1 \ "'- rerr S. Court St.
So I have helped, but until fairly recently a result when we went to use it ii j j i Heard that Jule : suit fur ,' (to the bill of complaint TI --.I'.j, | ; man Illdg. -
hia! ears, and his long legs I i lnvorce, care and! custody of; ,iminor jn or before :March ,
how to make hens i I' t t.
it was a lack of moisture. it was rusted!' tight. But we used
now Comfort has a calf all of i i I I I ,child maintenance -id'" ratllr.If .,tlll sun !h. i K t r in.fiireolt .
Have to thin them out as theyare some "burnt' oil to clean it with up a sign in his : I support ': | .ure of i r>,i"i tg..g. t. T t -- -
her own and she !U a very good I has been filed against in the -
very thick. I I and now we have it back in opera- j|I EggsISc a dozen j| above named Court and you cause and ca'i thfolloU.-d in Itra.U.'i.i IIIR\ drxMtirJ r.mtKI.|1'1"1"| "!rV at.( 1

mammy. tion. j j iust about bust you are required to st'fa copy of '..nuumcing at the :X\V r.''>rn. i ..(
I I 1 your answer or pleading to the cam- XKiof N\\ li "1 :*.', fi.,1 !1.
lots of ,
Sure '
Little by little we are getting |,, eggs.: j plaint on the l'tLintlfrsttorn... T..wn'hip 7 :S..uih. Kan-- I1:: Ka>!.
Time was when planting a bag when the price goes:: Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Ex-: .I.'rd run s.itith .di.IIK !ihi \\". Med
I this farm of ours into production. Planted some more mustard in 1 I change ,. .. .
for I' i. PuiMing vlI\ 1110I II( .fu:.I| \i: '. \\\ '. .1 ,1 -
of onion sets was a big job us. !I begin to lay. Ours
Latest land which we have started the kitchen garden. Last two I ,
But we have learned short-cuts. I I to produce now and and file the original in the office of,j r
to use is the back sedge grass plantings were not too success I I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
and In this case we opened two I glad of it, instead the 9 day of March 1SJJ.! REFINEMENT
i field which was head-high in sedgegras,9 ful, due to the aphidi. We still otherwise I
furrows on top of a 570 foot bed j I' about the price. the allegations of.a M FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
I and a fire hazard. We enlisted have to learn how to keep good ![ : complaint will be taken us confessed '
dropped the onions Into place and, '! by you. !: i \ t r\ I1t'Ct..Ujdet.li1 in a S T\ UL-
',i the services of Winton Part mustard growing: in succession '
covered them with a hoe In a as'I'I Planted a row of Thi. notice shall be pul.li>h''J .n achit'!: Kvally' and widely known
t I rish'a fire-fighting crew to burn we have a steady demand for once each week for four con.ecm.veweeks JUST ONE
short time. With so much to do [and wax beans on St. in the Bradford County Tt-If-: fin, !u> modest cost its wholesome
(lit off for us and it really made a j I graph. ,
we have to learn better and quicker I Day and we'll see if Hated this 30 day nf January. !,,".1. FRIGIDAIREMade
and tactful
'I courtesy, always -
had symDeVVITT
fierce fire. Duke
way to do things i j Enjoyed Doctor Middleton Dayin Ii will bring: Us good II I (OFFKIAL SEAL> f'harir-.1. l>..utClerk !,\ only by General
'- a fine time while this was going Starke much. We don't of the Clrl'utu..t:
e e I( very frost gets them we'll Ry Marian I. l'ro 'Deputy 1'l..rk... Motors Corp. All other
on, for he stood on the..edge of the I II know when we've ever seen amore ::64t! L1 i 71I1'I.t -
One trick we have down pat 1'1 field with a shotgun and he bagged Electric Refrigerators are
I sincere tribute paid to a
raking the tops of beds before a pole-cat and a rabbit. -I' I Cut under the \ : 10 ,'''I'.anla : made by other companiesand I C. JONESPhone
I man or one so richly field for the first Circuit Court llmdfurtl Count.
planting. We found a Jorge rake can now use this five acres for i Florida: la ('haneery.Doris cannot use the word 7 Starke Fla.n.n.rn .
around here (about three I I plan to cut it again Ellen Kraemer, Plaintiff.i
I grazing and also to grow some John William Kraemer. Defendant Frigidaire.
times the size of a garden rake) When these tank spray guns before planting. It Ca..e0.. K621Ioilre : I .
pulpwood. work right they are fine. We used that we simply have \ Topp".r.. j' + .u.
and have of attaching I
we a way ,1 I To: John William Kraemer. uhohe\ I
{Want f A Genuine
It to the cultivator frame of the i i ours to spray our two rows of soil In better shape residence and address is: 64-17 Funeral Director Ambulance Service

I After the field was burned Sam broccoli and the job was done in' plant. I Broadway, W'uudside. Long Island.l
tractor. Before planting we rake New York. FRIGIDAIRE ? ? Our locaj funeral home enable u to offer convenience aai
made the rounds with a
spray a jiffy. But when they clog up :
over a bf'd'era! times and the I I Your are hereby notified that services not otherwise availableWe
result Is a much better seed bt>d. tank, putting out the fence posts you sure feel like blowing your The robins and suit for al I THEN SEE

which were burning. He thoughthe ,top. I j jing us crazy. The has Divorce been filed '
I against you in the
heard a yell and when he looked I( berries, while the above named Court and cause and E. H. SMITHTenth I
furnish the highest type service at lowest price, ind
are required to of
you serve K
But can't do all things with back to the house tht'rewas copy
you Planted a double row of English ire the English peas. I
your answer or pleading to the complaint crept AN ? life insurance policy In force tuned by ANY
the tractor. The cabbage needed Alice fighting a fire which had peas in left field and as we switch to change of on the Plaintiff's Attorney j
Evan T. Evans 103 Law 1--1| and Temple Ave. company a.i payment In pan or in full on a funeral
hoeing, and in that case there is, crept into the orchard and was I had used last year's seed we did now the ouail are at change Building. Ja'k""RnU"1""
Consultation carries no obligation.
no alternative but file a hoe sharp.i racing for the cowshed We put it I not expect good germination. We What next' Florida I Starke, Fla.
and file the original in the office ofi I r
and get busy and use plenty of out. but It was an exciting! scary I got that but the larks have about .
ruined the stand. Those hateful' Guess we'll chance!

things! The burned off field

earthworms and

FACTORY FACTORY Dan Starling tells us that he I Rays he'll come and '

bred one of his sows to AllenStarlings to Brunt worms".

APPROVED ENGINEERED:; :, male and that the sow is bad: enough and \ ,

SERVICE V PARTS ;' brought That is 13 a mighty pigs and big all litter.are living. Calling worms. FLA.'U yOCengifiTcmild talk, ?

MNNeNeNINNI" " ,, rs
I As far as our berries are con- FOR LADIES O it would shout
UPaslri"g. Painting Repairing Reconditioning ,
i cerned we can give a sigh of re- size Esiterbrook
_, ,, lief. We and color ij
NwVeM- MeNeNNNNeNBRAKE I" I got a crew busy gatethe \In pastel .

TIRES IGNITION plants a final hoeing, then BRADFORD rou\

I had the beds raked, and then Sam I GRAPH.
AND STARTER I followed up with the old corn ,, "Fill with
TUBES GENERATOR planter and gave each plant j up
another dose of fertilizer. The very'j .- '
FENDER next day we had the mulch put I II Notice is hereby

REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL on and the plants pulled through undersigned under

KODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE I so now except for picking and of lets Chapter of 1941 J0.953 will new boostedNONOX 4t.JL

perhaps dusting occasionally Clerk of the Circuit 4 tiq
j for Pradford County ,
V " I' eeNeeN
|are done with them. We have loads da, upon receipt of

__ Complete Lubrication ServiceeeffeeeeeeNesNpens i lof fruit coming on now. but have I jtio-i I name of of this Thor notice Harrys if\'S

'had a week during which we did dt-r which we are -
'" eleeeNn I ness, :2U miles South
: not pick a single berry. Plants i 11' S. Highway No 301 "

DODGE: JOB-RATED TRUCKS look good and have a fine color. ,j jj 'Via llluby' Larry P 0 '' _

I Ii Mated this 4th Jay
Reconditioned" Used Cars and Trucks i j Planted a little: crop of Irish .I AD., UiJ Florida.: at '
We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs potatoes 4 bags of Pontiac seedin ,l '

8 rows in left field. Used a lit- 'Ii
I ,
tle over 600 Iba. of fertilizer 'OTH'ITO
In Circuit 1'ours. .
HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. which we put in a band two inchesto Florida: In Chancery. I

** the side and two inches below Max Reichbach 4 A
I Reichbach I
the seed Worked the soil thoroughly ther ,.
GOO Temple .\* l'. \V- J Phone 69 !
1 't I
., before planting, and were
Notice To Ippear. I II II
YOL'R DOlHiK PLYMOL'TU DEALER very pleased when a neighbor I To: Esther |

complimented us on the shape it residence and : ; '

was in Planted four rows on known.

Frutav the thirteenth and the suit You Divorce for are hereby a i

!has been filed aga '
above named Court
'you are required to
I' 1
i your answer or i \
complaint on s

&tea71twwj I Attorney Zach _.L

a-In 505 Lynch

vine, Florida

and file the original : .r 1
the Clerk of the
>r before the
2 day of March, ; ;.

therwlse the .:.. .

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than new I'O-NOX. And Gulf NO-NOX mileage )our car's "engmeered-m" performance! from the instant, fuel-saving start!

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llwowiL \ Js Born yTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTT I, r.yy..YTTY..YTYYy.. 1, putted b> Mrs FlorneotHi.'

_____ anger and Mrs Gene p.-vh, : .
t BROOKERGrace PINE LEVELby of Jacksonv. wr vist.rt: '

rl CHURCHES'1'RXTBCOSf .G ,.. BY CLINT t\BONNER H M Mv-Raes on Tuosda; : ,

&w d G. Itighamu4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Mr*. H. M. McILre.u..AA..u.a week.

h Mr ana Mrs H. M McR-ie ,I ,
I dinner guests of Mr. an- M-
Injuivd In Accident i Rev W E Hall filled his
AL HOUSE* St. Mark's Episcopal Blest Be The Tie That Binds The regular Brooker News'Notes I appointment at Pine Level regular O R Alvarez Sunda aril ..

nltn.clI failed to make the Sunday visited' Mr and Mrs .;,.!r...- k
IU-v. lUjmond F., }uBlainS paper morning and"tm:1.g with
S d ay School 10 a.m.. last week because your reporter I! 1&m Sunday school tv&rez in the afternoonWe
Morning Service: 11 a.m. -h..dul. of Sn low An Humble Clergyman is Richer Than His King i
was in Tampa with Mrs Wait The Halls will leave today to were glad to haw V.!.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. SUNDAYSj who was i> Vary Lou k .
looktr.g alter h-.sbaadi i visit their son-in-law and Alvarez of J.i >-'
Prayer Meeting Wednesaaj j 9.45 am Church School. 11 Tte dray< man stopped bee cart at the ll'.tle Baptist found a school for young preac&ers. HIS "Essay Howard in the hospital as thei: Rand daughter. vile with us Sunday, ai.v- M.Haven ,
right 7:45 p.m. Saturday nlglr parsonage \Vaiasgate., England. Pus lnr: on Anger" was to so impress George HI tea: Mrs J E Murrtw
a.m.. orning Prayer & Sl'nnon.1; ) ta ctter result of an automobile accident. at HiUiard. Mrs Crosbx of GainesM'-::
7'45 tbrougb a crowd be started loading the few the Monarch was ; aim any benefit a Murr&e will\
p.m. I 6:30: p.m., Young People's Strv- household goods of the He erend John Fawcett. ting could confer. I'm glad to report that Howard re-:i undergo an operation in the hospital Had a letter from o1.- ...

After seven leaN Ue! 32-year-old minister was turned- home with us Wednesday at Folk non, Ga. Wednesday j Owen MvrJLtf \\ h' ha.< _"..-' .,
For IUrrvaU6nVritr ice League. The last article was loaded on tbe cart Tbs .
I noting to London. afternoon and is now up and' We all wish her a rived in Japav I?' h.-; ."< : < t,.
HOLY 'OUIl'SIOSI minister started tin round of goodbyes. There speed rvcoverr -
Famous Black Hills around We are sorry to report'' back in the St"tIJ. ,-- v* ;
Left an orpnan st twelve John Fawcett bad sere the young be bad married: tbe children be
PASSION PLAYK I'day 7.30 Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- worked fourteen hours a day la a sweat shop. He bad held upon cU knee the old whose sorrowshe that Everett Gamt' .. althoughnot Mr. and Mrs T N. Norman ,>C I .\ KIMVs OFlll: M ITU1AT ..

a.m. bad learned to read by candle light and bad bad shared. Few of them could read or write, confined to the hospital after Heilbronn T1IK TKl.tttRHI
y.U' Suit, Tuf", Tliun. FRIDAY were visiting Mr and
I studied bard. Ordained at twenty.fUe be bad but their devotion was too much for him He the accident was badly shaken'
Thru March 5- 8 p.m. 7 30 p m Litany 1 Meditation taken the little cburcb wltb its hundred simple told tbe drayman to unload tie would stay a Everett Mrs. L. A. Crosby Sunday ToRftur*
lake \\'& Phone 2-0311 8 p.m Choir Rehearsal. memtwri for a salary of a hundred dollars a little !looker. His stay ended 54 years later. He ; up. was confined to the] Mr. and Mrs. A. P Hall acc.>mGainey 'V 5
hospital in Starke last "
night Sun-
year partly in potatoes and wool. :Now be died there in 1S17. ( .
day I but at this Mrs. \\'. .
and Green
bad In bis pocket a call to London's great Car writing your reporter Mary! 7Q\
the otter from the throne. Dr. .'aw. '
ten Lane cburcb is not sure as to the na- are very happy to report th
said be "needed nothing a king could

supply' ture of hu illness. j that the Anderson family has i" .
John Kawcett was to become one of the Em "* SO Ion| as te could lire among the people c;
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke plre's greatest tcbo.'ara! and preacbers. He was he loved the simple people of Watnssate Jlonol't'tJt Shower j proved greatly, as well as Mr I f.
,, devotion inspired turn to O>ram.: our school principal
to publish a volume of hymns; write books and lose write. Mrs. Shirley Parker Overturfj! UOVI M UM MIT MUU"It's

; recent bride, was the inspiration\ -

.,.,, Bleat be the tie that binds We share our mutual woes. for a delightful miscellaneous
eeeeeeeeeeeaeansSSeS. eefl..eeeeeeItEI'
Our hearts in Christian love; Our mutual burdens bear; I shower given February 5 at the 1

; LEWIS I). HAINES Pastor I The fellowship of kindred minds And often fur each other flows. .', Commnnity Center. I!

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart Is like to that above. The sympathising. tear.
of Town Hostesses for the affair were

Phones Office 231: Pastorium 130 Before our Father's throne, When we asunder part. Mrs. M. O. Harr ll, Mrs Guy

..eenfsNefeee NeeeffeeNee+.eewf eeeeM We pour our ardent prayers: It gives us Inward pain: ; Harrell. Mrs Howard Douglas. f t
Our fears, our hopes our aims are one, But we shall Still be joined in heart, Mrs. Newsome: Bevil. Miss Carolyn
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Our comforts and our caret.Bethune And hope to meet again. I Kelley Mrs. Lloyd Tarry

Sunday School 9:13:>> A.1i. Training Union 6:15 P.M. and Mrs Beulah I
: Harrell. Did
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Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:30 P.M. Several unusual games were

..eeneeeeeeleeteeeeeeeeeNlleeeefeeneneNeeFOlt played after which prizes were

FREE: : TRANSPORTATIONPhone presented to the winners
1u\Iliary Mating get
26G-J on Sunday 306 on Wetkda'sliThe The Ladies Fire Auxiliary iv.et

s I l1 MnmUv" night Feb 9, at the !

h-'111\ i>f Mrs Ralph Hazen, where BARGAIN

Cookman Ensemble Sings Here Sunda the party rooms were decorated .
College :Y with beautiful arrangements of v' A

Sinners Prayer Meeting ___ _. _. ..__ __ _.,'.._.,._ .H y,".,... _.. ..,..A'.-.-' ................. red bud blossoms .
.. > ",- After the business session pre .
sided by Mrs. R. Hazen.
4 y vice-president, a social hour was ,
enjoyed by the members present.Delicious '
S WHAT WILL THEY I'ILFOU"? Q. ,: refreshments of Valentine -' the most ador-

S HOW 1.0WII.I.; IT LAST? ; cookies and coffee were t! able dress in town! I

Hear the answers to these important Bible questionsSunday served b> the hostess. didn't
Nile at 7M: by Pastor Hob (,'ray aR 1 The next meeting will be held I enough

ni '"l t Yv y 9+ February 23 at the' home of Mrs. cash with me, so I wrote a check. A checkbookis

First Baptist Church, Hampton Aubrey Hazen. handy for bargains and emergencies."

\V M S Meeting I

Hible School 10 A.M. H. T. I'. 6:301':1:{ I : The Baptist W M S met at I WE'LL WELCOME YOUR ACCOUNT

"Hour of PO\\ t'f" Wed. S P.)1. the church Wednesday, Feb. 1. i

{ with nine men'bers present. Following '

Nursery Open a the Royal Service program

1 .; 'I,.: plans were made for the March tUSi
Home Mi-
"Join The Crowds Attending Our Services"PARK Week of Prayer for
smnTh W. M. S. voted that Q = 9l
tr. Communitission a lunch ......., a
4Gnw .is !a _

','<'lIltl l be provided for a needM rfo'iJti llultoniit (f rou rtieweE
'hIH/I l child

RThe % a y. .F ., B. Crosby, son of Rev .
and Mrs. C A. Crosby, of Linden'
nationally famous Bethune ',m.i Beach There the met such one .i if toe best trained groups i I in Fla former resident of Hrooker.. j I

Cookman College Choral Ensemblewill :-tmoiis I neopl< a* J N Gamble of then USH world. The choir has a returned to his home last Wed-j; :
of the
appear at The First Methodist the Pro<.t"r & Gamble Companyand standing engagement to sing it ne.sday from over a year's sen'- i!

Church of Starke on Sunday Thomas White of the White the annual meetings of the Natioi iice with the Armed Forces in..

evening. Feb. 22. at 7:30: p. m Sewing Machine Company. These al Association has .
r! s Korea and Japan. Stanley re-
PALMSKKYSTONE Th group will be heard in a iren became interested in the at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel i iNew in ceived his discharge from the s i

program of spirituals Negro folk:; school through this singing group : York. They are heard on tt iej Army and expects to be in Brook- or Biggest

i songs, religious and classical num- '' and made possible engagements :, United Negro College Fund's '; fr to'isit friends and relativesr

IIKKHITS.; FLA. bt rs. j throughout the eastern
seaboard. Sunday morning:: program ov The history of this famous en- I I Some of the contacts. included the American Broadcasting Con iHarry I, Edwards son of Mrsk.

PRf'SRSTS serr.bltdlttS back to the early singing before John D. Rockefeller. 1, pany's coast-to-coast networ: i Lottie Edwards and Arthur Edn -

days of the college. Mary IVthune:,,! R. E. Olds, and many others The harmony and musical i il:[ wards, who has been employees 0 IN A FULL: SIZE

realized that it was not possible,:,i From this group has grown the terpretation or this ensemble hi' by the F. B. I. in Washington yen

DR. V. RAYMOND EDMAN to build a school. on tuition alone I!I present day Bethune-Cookman been recognized by many of tl ie D. C. returned to his home last KITCHEN RANGE !

and she would have to have out- outstanding music critics Saturday night. Harry plans tom
'College:: Ensemble, acclaimed as
President ofWHEATON
side financial! aid through sub-
1 This group consists of 29 : spend several weeks here visiting'relatives
scriptions. In order to make the one of the finest collegiate singing '' and friends before entering -
COLLEGESUNDAY in bers. 16 women and 13 men und er' '' n't a completely, new fangsof
contacts to meet this need she groups:: America They have appeared the Armed Forces.
organized a small singing group. throughout the different the able direction of Standley 1 D. ;: Mrs V V. Hazen and children a special low price.

This group sang at the hotels sections of the country and leading Kirten with Sylvia Reynolds, a c'
FEBRUARY Mania Kay and Jimmy, ot
22 at 3 P.M. churches and meetings" in Day- music ontics regard them as companist. Stark were visiting relativ. s

Presbyterian Church Methodist Men At The TabernacleThe here .Sunday.Mr. and Mrs.. James W. Thoiv- riLiipj1

Corner 7th and Cherry SU.W. Hear Dr. AldridgeI as and sons spent last week visiting
week's meetings:: with Dr.
1 S. MrAliley. Pastor I relatives in Linden. Lees
John McNeill\ at the 1N
Dr W G Aldnrl, t'. pastor of Tabernaclecame burg and Dade City.

[Never Before at t this.&aJ) Price) School The First will have Presbyterian its opt'nmg5t'S Church- the Orange Park Methodist I< to a successful close Sun Mr and Mrs Jimmy Crofib\,

day night with the message on and small son of Starke w -r>
Church was guest speaker at the
sion at 9:45: a. m. Sunday. A cordial "The Feast of Belshazzar"th visiting Helen's parents the IJoBJTrvs. -. 'T

Not a rebuilt : welcorro and invitation is Methodist Men's Fellowship sup- on undaIrs \ .
mammoth Oil
I per m the Methodist recreation Painting unveiled v
extended" to all to study and worship Marvin Stokes and Mii -
Not a second with this interested buildmglond.lY: night. Dr. Al- i to illustrate it. Mr. Gordonof ,i Edd Polk were visiting friends atEdgar
dridge is a retired member of the Grand Rapids was song leader last Tuesday.

I. The morning worship service Florida :Methodist Conference and while Mrs. Gordon brought a vocal Recent weekend guests at the
will be at 11 a. m.. and the pas-
home of Mr. and Mrs. R F. Gar.r
t.-r. Rev.V S !('Ahli'Yill was residing at his home on Silver solo.Dr..
McN'eill left Monday morn- were son Myrle and family of St : -
preach on "Christian Stewardship" Lake with Mrs. Aldridge un- ing for Clearwater to fill -
I SEWING MACHINE I an engagement Augustine.Mrs. ey
.\ congregational meetingwill til Bishop Short asked him last at Trinity College. Thomas Kearns and son

be held after the morning year to serve as pastor at Orange' Wednesday evening added guests Tommy of Ft. lAuderdale are
service to elect two deacons to Park. of the Tabernacle n
Cr-0v tokrd Finitkki were Rt'Syd visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs Worlds tastes' oror
Set,. n>. Tftnt M !! Ai Cooled serve until 1P55. Dr. Aldndge spoke on "Canada Rees of Jacksonville, and Fred R. N. Eevil Little Tommy came and tau don

s.w. ol Dahr..r f. AC-DC Mel, The two Youth Fellowships will Our :Next Door :'Neighbor Cowell of Culpepper., who as- ,, home with the grandparents a 'I hove 'o pit heel ni'

Sp*.di by + Softylothc meet at 6:30: p. m., and the evening sisted Dr :MeNeill in the service week ago but his mother just arrived I

fool Centiol Hond Wk..l lS worship er"ice11 b
Li1t.l.; 1 7 SO p. m. At that hour the pastor Calvin Johnson spent the I II -

wing ligKl will preach on the subject of 'The Cor. 'all & Christian st,. Church ftf Christ weekend at Anopka visiting hei II I

r4Nu, F... S... Ivlly Port.ble1 Eternal Guide". Donald (i. Weldon. Minister Corner 10th and McMahou brother who suffered from a hear.
,. r1.1 .sd t/.i.. ==--- On
.l Tuesday evening. Feb 21. Services being; held temporarily attack recentlyMr

iwptW the regular monthly jneetir.g of in the American Legion hall un- Bible School10 A. M. and Mrs Edo Polk were

the Women of the Church will beheld til new building: is completed P Preaching M 11 A M and 7:3l: among those attending the funeral New Su p er-oven

at the church with the presiitnt 1 of Mrs. Margie Bass in Newberr:
.; Mrs E1: Davis, presidingOn Bible Morning School Worship tall ages and jo Communion a. m.- Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud Sunday afternoon. With Automatic Heat Control !
each Wednesday 7:30: P. M.
S.kha.lvbta Wednesday evening at 7 Rerentilitors at the home 01Mr.
11 a.m Everyone welcome
clock the weekly choir practice Christian Endeavor lyoraF I : people and Mrs. Buddie Russ were S Now-everything new in this r--------1
Ntter \\i1held.; \ and following this Mr and Mrs. Gerald Waters, of I I
Silt sISM iilwdNev i 6:30: p. m. CHUtCII OF JEM'S CIIKI.sT I beautiful fully automatic range-at NpII
practice will be and Mrs. All1eT.tt AlL
prayer meeting
KIpGt1N Evening message. 7:30: p.m. OF 1.\TTtr. DAY SAINTS Kingsport. a special low price! All the advantages :
-onducted by the pastor The >r of Jacksonville I 1
EARS Choir practice each Monday at : Services each Sunday in old M.v control HOTPrN I
: of automatic plus
Bible study will be on Genesis Ihsan Aytac and KeT.al L'stun. CQfAll 'I
the home of C W. Colson. 7:30: sonic Hall on E Call St. Sunday
S6 two educators from Turkey were clean, fast electric cooking. OUAl/II.
v ,rUt K tluottsusesartt 6The p. m AH singers welcome. School 10 a m., Sacrament Service 10 p :I
regular monthly meeting visiting our school and the home I Onlt
Worth Mony Tim*! THi Uw Price If the Men of the Church hasbevr. Mid-Week Prayer Service at I 6:30: p.m. Everyone welcome. of Mrs Howard Wait last Thursday New Roto-iiKh design Fluorescent I AI i I
Wednesday! 7:30: mPastor's jflf/W
postponed until Monday parsonage. p. YOU'LL LOVE the new F ter- top light Colrod* instant hoot flee-! / i I
noteI: wish to thank
March :. when the group will brook ptirse-oize fountain pens In I am very happy to report that Inc clock control Appfionct owtltt I I
each and who has beenso II ? 95.
. hear an address by Dr V S every week in pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Bradford little Gene Edwards who underwent Dttp-wtfl thrift cooker Automatic I 2 9 I :
nice to us during my I 1
Cordon. pastor of the First Pres- County Telejrraph.BetterCough, a tonsilectomy last Wednesday I I
-"'-' _ _ bvterian Church of Gainesville.A bd with the :iu Sorry. was notable at the Alachua Hospital is oven Colro* bake unit lei a nylenroller I I
- i I to deliver the sermons as announced i to itorogt drowir. 10': Down lp lol .
3! MAIL COUPONsh cordial welcome awaits any rapidly improving:: and hopes
visitor or friends Mho would like for last Lord's Day j{:i Relief be out and back in school tomorrow I 21 Months to Pay --I j I

; ACME STORES Inc. 408 11. ForsjUt 4ew I to worship at this church. These will be preached later. When new drugs or old fail to help No finance charges

:: : J.t4'kwnr lDC' Ha your cough or chest cold don't delay. j Mr and Mrs. Alonzo Swart ofJMayville. on 90 Days Account. j

S; Without i i"f.i Church of God St. Edward's Church Creotnckion contains only safe, helpfuL I N. Y. and Sarasotawere - -
obligation on my part. I would like a proven ingredients and no narcotic recent visitors at the Howard

FREE: Home Demonstration of the NEW ELECTRIC i Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Cnn/i,,\ 'Ms* at B 1" a. m. to disturb nature's process. It Wait home. They were en-

:. I 1HUTAHLE SEWING MACHINE at $19.50- | Worship 11 am. Evening Weekday Mass f 30 a.m.Children's goes into the bronchial system to aid Califor
- mute to visit their son in
nature soothe and heal tender
Y., Sen-ice 7:30; p.m. YPE Service Class Wed. 3:00: p m.Ketone raw
z- inflamed bronchial membranes. Guar- nia. WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
sIla' 7:30; Meeting JI.IC'hhW
Tuesday Prayer
I anteed to please or your druggist re* Seems as if the ole flu bug is,
R 7:30 Thursday. .mt'n'i Club)
p.m funds money. Creomulskm has stood
Address _ _ still raging in our little commu-
I I Lawtejrj Sunday Mass in. 3rd. 5th Sun the test of many millions of users. I, nitv We have to add to our list: 222 221 Temple Ave L. S. 301 Phone 166

-21 City __ __ _ _ Phone. __ __ j I Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning ,1 11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun. Sam CREOMUUSIONrtUm | this week G B. CoUon. Mis I
Worshio 11 YPE Serving Confessions before all Masses. Stark Fla
I If It- ..D..Wdr.1'Irase and llt"'Hk I ir ftion. I a.m. Costs, Cktfl Colds Ac tt BrolKta.t.1 Katherine Harrell, Mrs H P
Saturday, 7"30 7.30\
- - - p.m. p.m. .

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f I KRIDVV. IKRRI-VK\.. 1933
i 'I I in Japan she also got a letter J -- -

I from him saying he is waiting'for Rites In Maine Me. where funeral services Mere I or berpre the .

(j) Mark On Your Calendar II I : traasportatrtn home and tl For Eva Grant held Funeral Thursday DeWitt C. Jone? ol.r\lrl'' : :1 day r t"n.It pt )larrh,,' t .. a 01

expect him around the middle of Home was in ;.harg of ( ''I'Ipla'-t by you all !v uk. 'vs

C March word from young Steve !1.\&J! arrangements ltd'.I Thl notlcoe thin br. puni> h.d
-Bun liD A YS Weldon that he has been transferred Miss E\i'-\ Gran 76winter :ongtr.'.. ':ace wkch week for t ..uIm 'IUf'oC'lIt"e
..... '41111 t: 10 R' ;a tbe Brni' -'II unit
again and friends can wrltChizzn resident of LslA.'tey. died in T.I.cnaD"
-ANNIVERSARIESAnd rirvull Cvart. llr.dt>rd (>..(,. T.. ,." : .
fi Wit!! st. manparties giig 'm VSO. for teenagers -- this! affair : PFC S. A Weldon Jr RA14127655. a Gainesville nursing home Saturda 1l.rlaa.:.'.i I..:S I.!:4 't.aa.rrrr. !'; :- t U**

.r the past week we need a stall was given by the Student Council Co. A 8617 AAU. > afternoon following: a l long : 'r v- h. .d .n.pbrtlllrlgrl H \\ iKoi i IH'. '*'laat 1a-: tt'KKII....-1: \1.i a''a>
rP.e DAYS illness '' .- < i rKf! In. t ir sit our
OTHER SPECIAL Arlington Hall Station. Artnpteu &ot' Nil !>U. .
0' reporters to keep up with them with profits going toward buying NMlrr T* 'plN'.r. Py :\larIat' l. Orv.+h) t'I Irrkt
'(' + You Should Remember 1::!. Va. Miss Grant was born Deo 25. T., F: d II "\'..!'It.: via'r..
at. and as I couldn't get el'er- lockers and water fountains for iltn. .
With Flowers u hrn we'll jtat have to settle for the school this was a brilliant Special bulletinsirple:: gals 1S6 in North Haven ale. was a y ".: r err a-J't > -'tifird is t"nNn.that'a *
: retired school teacher and suit for w. c. r. u."I1H
take a member -
H"hn you M-nd flowers, a :nt' hghhghts "Thursday evening affair and the council hopes to note have you seen that l'l\.r. .. and ft.' ra':'amacdtn : .

a rcmembrancf jour gi'tbropfak ;; "f last week the BUS foot- make it an annual event Tuesday gorgeous hunk of man now clerking of the Baptist Church Ste has n.me >K KH1t \KU" ,KKNJFli.V.NMJN \-IS

S.,) 7r jour Rood judge b.squad. was honored at an evening the Episcopal YoungPeople's at the A I; P" --- he's rr.an.1| was a sister of the late George n.im..d.Ifil..d('.again-t'urt and} "oa.i'u.-r. sad theabt.r :' \ 111'111'lD
innt a* w.H a, jour K': "" Darrel Keys bachelor broth- \',,1.1r.. rtHjinrrd t.' kra "
ar.r.ual barbecue mullet supper at Service League spor sorager F. Young "'libbom she was y"-u ..i \04"r IT Copt of l lUNK t OE(1T t>JM>\\7
ihs.. Consult aU ut anO4f4 > pl.d.ng to the
us >
: ion -sirnl l arrangmirnt. L M I Games' Santa Fe Lake cot.tg. a pancake supper celebrating er. name Wayne Key line associated In the mercantile business ,'"m"ul't' the I".t:n1t'I'rn..y. { C tRI, BIT \\ nxs FT .\=XHKF )

t I'HO.NE 21S'" > or. and .. .. A th 30 members of the team Shrove Tuesday preceding: Ash forms on the right! hear that in Lawtey for many years. :.t\ .r"... F'1. -T'nda.Fr..k Uandr.nu : > IT GROW V tT):}:

;) I t".-i;..r .-', (UNION slltAL1I. :"
n. I'lI 1,1'1.'t\ ...urfn
Coaches Hobbs Hazel they served Denmark's is now in the An
COLONIAL FLORIST A !re and pancakes sausage and .--
I A od L XI Gaines Bill Patsy cnffee to at least SO guests Corps at San Antonio Texas and I.

NONA ST. Starke, Fla. Budd>i\ Bishop. Stanley and Billy the money cleared will go toward Kenneth Cnder. who has recent, i "' ".. .. ....a ......
j N'oejjel Maxie Carter. Jr. Larry building a church vestibule at returned from service is tak.re;;

Gibson and C S Partm Tom the supper the girls of the league Dewey place at Denmark's

-- --. Harding donated the bread and served the guests while the boys ''if you miss Bess Burns at Sladr I t t .PIcoovou SHE

Gi' Nw,'omb donated the Cokeson pulled K P. duty with the help of this week she is taking a w, f K c\, :

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Friday evening Penny Hot some of the mothers on Wednesday off. orchids to Dr. M B }1'' !

itn ;.s'uorth entertained at a deijjhtfu' ,. Ann Mills celebrated hei long who is celebrating his 77:r r of extra valuesat

Valentine party at her 9th birthday with a classroomt birthday Thursday with a fan..\

nn-f and had as guests Pam ,, party in Mrs Pellum's class I reunion also want to p every price in

ZENITH S. irb',rough of Lake City. Betty and ending up the paitv list forth j! honors to Tyler and Myrtle JI're-
: .
,4 ?t '- \n' Simmons. Shi Ann Smith .- week I'd like to give Helen and Hazel Paulk for giving >. "

r 1 \ RADIO ('h!,!lem- Hardy, Mary Agnes Math Kartsonis and Stella Kopelouso | much of their time and efi('r' TILEE11: \

A '; i ...is Barbara Sue Bi g-s. Sonia a lot of credit for the grand program I at Teen Town L. S. Hutto i':: .

It ;a %, \rr I c cS ,AM J UmtiT. and Frances Landrum and delicious Greek refreshments ,I celebrate. his 72nd milestone Pur- 't y ux .

games and word quizzes were that featured the Woman's I day. .

(. t TELEVISION piad and Valentine refresh-('Club meeting last Wednesdaythey .'II j Was hoping we could dispense I '

Lb"t .. mints served Saturday after- sure did a grand job. with i I with this following paragraph : .3 r ON'I'I 1 1i

A ee'.eeee. nuon Lila Cald-A-ell and Dot Fppersur the able assistance of Boots Fey'this week but seems like we still i

Sales Acre hostesses at a Valen- ton. i have that flu bug among us

t antparts for the PresbyterianPriman See Jo Fillingim. R N. ha? I, added to the list this week art 1

1 w and Service Valentine contest Ralph Alvarez.
y group donned her cap again and is nursing I Dl'o'J.IFord.. -'

were played with prizesbem at the VA hospital in Lake Minnie Beard Thelma and Bilh ,
.. .. II II' II I ... I i \1'' I'M tin r [I'i. if .
PHONE; 166 Starke Florida awarded to Jimmy Dowling. Cit Michael Devnck 3 1-2 I Martin, Leslie Griffis. S. G. Den 1 ?i '''n. ', .\i-1 un.l. ii\ (fl-I
22 IN. Temple Avr. "
Tomm Andrews. Margie Ann years old. sure had a close call.last mark. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Bill i Ii -...; Jivl! xtu >li.'I'

Dowling and Dorothy Jt'anIixon Sunday when he grabbed Green Florence Flynn.rrs.. H L > Iii\li\ ijlund' .
!I I II i iBrownlee. n"! Nr l It-|

--_&&& a1 alai 11 1 and that night the sorority ,i! hold of a charged: pipe connected .I Louise McRae. Jan; l '! i 4!:' _A ,,'. .::1 l I't ,al!l .n lr..iutr II( nDuMoul I"illlra
'numbers of Beta Sigma Phi gave to electric i i Mundorf. I4ney Brown .. ..
( an pump and couldn't and Grace I! 1 ':":::'''' ., \ ,.lo. !
E The Biggest Bargain Of '53 In Our a shrimp dinner for their husband? let go he was pulled! loose b> I II i Ritch and last but not least I i iI .> \ -

4 and dates in the Legion Hall with a friend Frankie Adkins, but re'l[' little Joalyce Graham's cat l as I:

/ 4 4 '{) guests present dancing';'!: mained unconscious for about 30 I sympathetic mumps at least it i! : ilr I u\r -1tI

t 1 NEW MAGIC CHEF RANGES was enjoyed following the dinner :' minutes which Chessie Devnck i I pears to be that he has a : .: with built-in" drawer for

also that evening there was said seemed like 30 hours Dot I swollen jaw just like Joalyce i ( optional record player

You're An I-: pert HU :::::. the crowning of "The Sweetheart r.t ese was the excited recipient had last week! I .ifl. ij..'.i.,1! plrjMirr from the jtTfJ'! 1 It".M.....

1 1 From the Start t .J:; i : .'of. ';"'3" who was MLSS Fate Paulkat last weekend of a 93-piece set of I' Well seems to be all for I I'I I :. -"mil .\-ii'ii: Jl null iMijiviiijr: UuMuiii '1110
1\ Frolic the 'I 5 \I|.. '. !1'1! I Jl .11" t tl I lirfU! > ,.tI" ", '!'l ; I .: '4tk
with this - the Valentine in china from her husband who i if now so long .see you in'!' .....,,
t () I the next \II III 11-
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jarduldMagic j Carolyn 4 DuMont: CMMON17inrh
('tl'" ghr you all th'- i I! tanguiar; r'1 DU MONT

dhllncthr MId'ic ('hit Cancelled CheckIs ,I AMERICAN LEGION! DuMonl I tnU-. I .>m> in.' .
>i It'C'.. purary all'unod > aimi' t
stop burner unit HhrrliuuUtlwn. | I ;.a1 Your Receipt NEWS NOTES with mo.iiTn )1'lfxii.nt L2-i QUALITYTeleset' '

IIjtla... arid I' in brat k< n In,'" a : : ,199OS'fini..h
I rt.l+.aut 1UU1I..1. Red 3, ; Twenty-nine sets of boxingi i! blond Built in ana. .. prices now begin at
Cancelled '
/ checks returned : .
II- \\hf"f"l-rontrlll1..r O\f"n. : gloves and six baseball gloves j IF
rand' turli !Suing' I l to you by your I were recently distributed by ,',. rA.7j, I I' 1't./ ,. A 1. YOU CANT, THEN SEE 17 ON DUMQM HUvlSiON'
I t bank I ..... ... .
L Out Urullt"r.lId If \r- provide legal proof I I American Legion Post 56 to boys I. I ,
Pour !kitchen nt"4't1.. heat a.. of payment. Handle jour I organizations in Starke and vicini .I i tub' C.0 t.I

ton cold la)_, you run affairs in a businesslike i i I.ity The Post has also :
get thli motel with a presented j 10 Down Up To 18 Months To Pay No Finance
% h Charges
built-in gas:: hitter. Th I ,r manner. Open a rhe'kinI'ount g I two rifles! to the newly organized |I on

Ninlqut* heat firluiiiRiTnt .1 .- =. ,- : today.KEYSTONE j colored Legion Post \0. 314 for Ii i}
I" JrU <*r
Iyear'I. Burner ionPrice 189.95 I I

CtroJrd l by antonullcMhrrmontat STATE BANK"The (i Sam McGarvey. widely read 'I

with slur.Tradein I 29.95 4 I 1 humorous farm columnist of the t
Friendly lank"Keystone ; Bradford County Telegraph wa'

ll'IIt1't1lII:1tI: : : ; Cash Bal.CYLINDER 1. 160.00 I guest speaker at the regular meeting .
IOJt.: UOMILVo.v : ( (H'.1i | Heights, Fla. of the Post last week Sam 222-221 Temple Ave. f. S. :301Starke. Fla. Phone 1M
111.\\: OTI1KJC1LV.SUK I I

: : : (; FREE; Yankee", related many of his ex- . -- -. -
: 1tL 1. penences funny and otherwisf'. II.I I . --- -- -"'7;,.-.'-" - .. --' ..- -..- -. .- .. .--- -'

/ | converting from life in New York

1 CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS I to life on a Bradford County farm
In spit of all hw troubles, how-

1 & APPLIANCE CO. e ver. he said there is nothing

1: Ill) W. ('all St. Phone MI Slarke Fla'nr.ynrm.y..nyn..nn.n.Y.n..arT..r.nn more wholesome and satlsfymg;
Graves Home than life on a farm and hI'i
Dairy i I wouldn't go back to cooped-up FOR HAVING SOLD OUT OF THIS ITEM

,office work for anything in the I

t Still Sells Grade A Pasteurized world ea. I 0..N LAST WEEK'S\ SALE SO

= I
Past ;56 care awawith all!

kind of honors at the .mint I IltdWmtt'r

., :\ Conference in West Here it is Again !
a \.VTKP J u I. h k \ artyaih .1 wm 'h t.: i 1.\l i 1 h.. iurni-hil ap.irtnuMit. ::1..u in Palm Beach. Among these were
1 > rTrh. i.d\: I'" X.I' !till r ihmi h-'at. i Kl,-> tin kM h. n
,i.a.' I ivv..' II.:1.. : .ilk. Kit, Take |..ft nr.ul. r..a4 at I'.t -;' An Honor Ribbon for obtaining: \
:'U' -' l.ri.l.;.-. 1 mile t"> my MKM m !i>ftsnlf 1 100( I per cent of the prt'Mous.ai, '-
lit road Mrs. Carl \\ nVlurtiiiHin.
........ ..... Ut 1 It..K i-' > tt1.I MILK -- 20c memberships December 31
MATTRESSES A special Certificate for :M< ,-' LADIES
\ :>:.M\N WTKIU L.I: ,!t. I
OF ALL KINDS t"ut |pLu1.: f -i fi.1"; .v .; ..< Distinguished Service for obtaining
}'..INI-gh? lillM'K !,. h..1 I '
RENOVATEDFURNITURE I.. u < >)1" ii.Hf ;.n iif.irlo I 1", '' We Deliver Every Day 100 per c- "t m-'Tibe* hp before
\\ in" .it ",i, .. n. ii.iu: Ifijfh !1', ',' Armistice Day. Nov. II ,
I'll :;" : 'i :
A :Meritorious Service Citi':, "

rite Sunday IncludedHT. f..1, exceeding the Post's allhih -'. .': "

IIFP.\UREA ,/ in membership before N.>.. PANTIE

I .....oiiahlr ill "..I.rharitr... _* \ll- MmlrU Kuamnlrrd :!. BOX 202 -- STAKKK. VIA. 11

Ifruphol.ten'll and "1 t1.( II t'all t+. +L t. snrMliill starUr: .'... 219NTKO PHONE N':{ FOR SERVICE .\ 3 Thoras. Jr a m<'mbof : :

post ;55 and Department Men:- .
ltt"nlll..b.J V 1I..II..t.\ Cradiittc. ll t f. mir.' r OK STOP OUR TRUCK DRIVER bor.ship Chairman, was commended
l'I..t I -r 1
K' "
dul) IV'ilors rii'ilo' II "II.' I''. for/ his 'standing service in thlrah fi
n..\ 23t> Palatka. Its SolV.. "all11. Slarkc. Kit Jf .

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAI.KT ., SAl.K: \ v. \ !>. -", a l it LOTS OF COLORS 'C
,'rt if 1C: .. k 1<. .-a..h. 1'. .
j. n OIIOM. JK l1orl..r11: .uxl i ini -nil.rBlllnr The "--xt meeting of Post ;* ,

ruin IIIMII.K: "II loot nousMI !94.t..rd .:n"1II..r:1I1I: ; ,','mIM'" i ., v wi.S; be neld Tuesday night F.-r> : 3 LIMIT
.is:! : SPECIAL .
/ I :2.\ -eshments will be :
I." u....
... ....., KjMhrdnnMlaT India r.rn<..vi
l lllr Each Friday \t\i ivsA. : ful!'>wirL' the program and :.1.! SAT.-MON. ONLY

: N''r..rItl. Legion! :!rep and veterans .
r U THE ItriMiKT-MIMiKP at
.t it'intln.inohril! I .11.1< .: t 9 -- -
100 KnKrmrde.ljing \ .. Piece orl.ali' .led
..t..I. : .' .:: :: :" .. ., l. m'
hunt' on flnr ra 'l''uh'lt .. ..r hl..nt. J >. ".'t :-T". end i' ,.
i IleIi.4etr I.aIea 1:ardrn.
T.I.rrraph I E'AUIInr t: irlf I'.>lli'iHox 1 Only One '52 Death
I';\. }:1..I"n.l Fl.i.
F> .:.own.! Unii'w.. with 3 Urge hl" ks.-h.iit.ir from .d.. 1 .T vornFlrpr ECt'ntTIE$ : 2 1 On Bradford Roads i WHILE THEY LAST !

H 3 IV.whnt:. $r.. iaV. ,'all : M f Proleolo Security 1'..'(.
l'h..n.- Ii:.J_. :! teautiful Urir h avjr duty fte\\ Phone SO Starke, E la. Group Bradford was one of the f-.e
box Sit n plus tax; Bradfordf 1
..f; TI: : ..1\!> furn.-hr, h.-t'v *"umr T<.Uerai>h tf .ee.e.eeeeeee.e. -*-* Florida counties reporting oni> Each
""(").- trst ln>|Uirr 71S i I one traffic fatality during 19o2, 360 HANDKERCHIEFS 3C
f N.'tlr .It SAL T '
1" \\ .i nirnir.K! I'l'iu-:
>'uIH\.u..r. t d'le! M>>...k. 1hellfr .. -,. Was 150.95 -- Sale Price according to a report just released -
11-:1.1' ..W.ST.I''urb. lurl" I INatt' > all fi"30: ('jrus K 130.95 by the State lighait:i '
\ e. } 'y a I'ri'. Inn I:. I.UII. 1st J, J>..x *i-1'. :-it..t: 1Fla. Patrol. Other
ouranl It one-death counties

01'.:'\"(:+ .\ riouniMlsiTIOl \ ,ll SAX.B'-15: ".-r.' farm tftr rn.'Rt VANITY-- VANITY SPRINGS STOOL were baker CUchnst. Lafayette 1 120
and SumterThree
h'>u <> light* '
\ S M\\ 1'1: \\OM\N: run nnc "Iu..r1' b"r..01"1. .+1 u. tii I"r.. ( .,..,,\.- nut.t.tr .huriding-I'a..h..r Irr111' 1-CHEST MATTRESS, counties -DeSoto. Ham.-: WNSrei"PAJAMAS
>K< '" :. I'-'f.- j.. i -.'n Elam I.. '>. Ut 1.11..x 3:::;. Stark: ,' I HEI) Each
SPHE.DPII.I.OWS: ton and Suwannee
;linen t .u t..1 h i u. lug 3'I' 7 ha.i a Hear SOC
hur.. I a \ .s Thr l\ ('. u UuMitilt .. d< slate with no traffic deaths n -
; ii\- t-r i.l\r'M-,- M: r.KNT: Kurnihr, 1 t
> .i! 'I' :
,'I".-' L.t tt.Ir"u." .'! I ii ml.., l..h..t-5 ""Ml I-"'!*. ..n.i I. ,.'. m- ::i (7to parted during the past year ,
"I : ( n.lh.nal l lnl'Pi 11 !it th SI l'k. j 'N Fr ..t ".r.i The :largest number of death'

.i tx.iuiu. :M.ii .h.ti i K.fia' au Iatrd irainiric ent! w : > i- Xik Irr .t a 1 'r n- motorehlcle mishaps w rfj- Ladies Full Length Rayon
i !Na b : MMM nf ". "
UK-kl\ I.' .' Tr.tgrriAi j. 'I'I"T I'lM H VH. INfSt r fadA 109 persons lust 71
| '
p'It. \: ,
Al. iIR 'fMSTAM'ES: .
*,* -. md rirntnu al.MW ..nnu.ti!>' a *. .-. their !i..sHomecoming
,4)u runlunlifv.'. "rii.- at ..n.e u. t" .fh'r. t' .nl"r., prrltrl'I -" I Sz. 34 Only Each @
3.u ,. liimt .f this > -iii'n. with. errvlilt j
ph"'it Int*.r'ratarnc numlwor'I..I.-\t.); -Kn'tip-.1.. atl>. anlull. Hrautiful ke\l>".Hd.0.Little .>:I': .. ,. ,. kr: : Date SetTh. S SUPS S 39C

In.' i;i ini H l Urrik..n. 1In'< N ,+.10.... fully: lI"U.r"nt..t .'
... .W HhdIn. >\illf. Fix It I>.iMI:jll dolts palm. .
j aiW ... M.\tral no-'thlx 1'\)'trert N ;.nua) Homecoming!! be
.= '+ '\ ": -II. it. j'I l> \0 .1| Mur Tiijr I'a' mrnt I'r..: Top and Bottom Lace White Only
I'd iralUr L.4
\r v little pg K nth A\v. tlmnrsville, K hPid at the Heilbror.n Baptist .
UoO rft it : .11J.'r.t..I\. !
..... tt, } rhun-h on Sunday. March 1 TheBradfurdl'mon o o
U \VT \ J 111-Tra.T.e lr t .
.' .In\ 1nC' l!'l''II'i nerd .\n4 : ''1: s'\t.1--III-< 'ai-. a a Singing Convention :'
'' QU.
f1r.i: K1-\ I'.un.h.l .r r,,.. h..u, >.-.. lurni""".!. :r. rSt. ,' All vi\l\! conduct an all-da singing We Exchange We Refund We Satisfy
n.l M".tl....n St- rk i >r will tradr f c ,
trjvk ,Vl,., bra:.- t It 't .-, You Ned a hasket dinner will be served at
: \\ \XTKI --WtIlt.. girt ..r a' t *t. Lrnnard'itlffl.; i \\ 1 For noon
JCTal to kp h.'u.e hllr -11,' Sturke _:. i, Y Your Ikdroom ,
- ..rt." TWit ,hldr..n, I'r"> l ,
2SS2S '.>nm. board t.'od ..C"S '\ KENT Uarm attract n r M_\:0\i TO MEET : r r
Mr.: den* n..1>'n....". Lk. ):,&( Uh4 and unfurnished apapruair ...'. r" Similar to abo\e picture The
.. >r Tb.'n* S Ltkr nutl..r .>, I >ards All il regular meeting of Bra.i-
S5!? "-' irkf 'e'iral"!e L-.'at.. H :l. Uman. :201V Ma.i DELIVER THIS}
be held Monday. Feb. 7:
23. at
,I \T' I' ", .r t. \\.1' ; pjn
n..t.i h. Ix-axinr Sundav. will :;: ST-'UNU.h..d S t .::. TO rot R HOME COME IN TODAY District Deputy Grand MasterT 147 W. CALL ST. STAUKE FLA.WUDFORD .
.1'rtrr. far! bark hire Conittlf Lath All .
: .>n! County T..I"'craph. i'i. *.. .- ,.! \\. !>I.IIt"contrt.tt.. B. Cla.rkill make his official '- .- .. '-4. .- -.
v'-.. at this time All Master I --- .. -- -. .. -- s------ .."- .. -- -- .
Masons are welcome *