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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 27, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Fabulous Florida 90's --- Are They The Answer To A Strawberry Grower's Prayer?


Florida growers of strawberries might as well coming more and more difficult to show a profiton variety. Its hardy fruit wa: prutt-ctni :";r. n-: ;'. ..t

I face it they've got to have a heavier yield per the light-yielding! Missionaries. and robbins becau._- thn ou-'ny.! hig1-.1!' .w.r-: .: : :

acre if they hope to continue making a living The promising Florida: 90 strain, :;o named because plant offered more shelter : the hrdv : :.af-:: a. r"k! .: -

Krowinjf *rriCf. The new, heavier-yielding "Flor- it was once just a number in the Experi- more re:;i istant to diM:*:, '- ; rach l bt-rry i..i- a -.':ir '

ida 90" might be the answer. ment Station's: b xk of hybrid wa developed in stem, and the fruit grows well up' in tm'u i ; !

This was the opinion expressed here Wednesday : 19-18 from a Missionary' seed parent, open pollinated whereas Missionaries han a tendency t. p. ,v

by Dr. E. \S'. Cake, Economist in Marketing : from other experimental plants. Credit for under the bush where contact with thi g! ',-:

with the Florida Agricultural Extension Servicein developing the new strain goes to Dr. A. N. Brooks causes excess rotting. And. best of aiL t':: :.. *

Gainesville.Dr. of the Plant City experiment station. variety has been reported;: to produce 14 t', :r it-!.;

Cake said that the average yield in other When Dr. Brooks announced !last April that 350 more number one berries per quart than th.. M.:--

berry-growing sections" of the U. S. is 100 crates growers each could obtain 200 No. 90) plants for sionary.

jr acre, while Florida grower have been getting $1, his office was swamped with requests because Xo wonder the

only half of that from the old Missionary strain the newly-developed berries from 15 experimentalacres : experimental' planting:, of F-! .

which for reasons unknown. seems to be "play had already pro-; ed their worth and broughtas da 90's'are being ea-rv! \\atcht-d thi- -rt'I: I- q4dA 4L 2

!:) ing out With the cost of producing harvest ? high as 35 1-2 cent- \IJI >' pint Gf"I.t'W""t"! the n -w -train an a--! :.,. :-.t!''' .,., ,-.. ; ) 4

V4 1 and packing oeme at an all-time high it ,.- be uuick t. not. nt aiwarent advantages if tneorkers. r.t-\ I 'Iny! ,ne \\:1:! 'tI i: j *
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stL\TY.lft'R' 8TAKKH nXKH\ nUll.nJua .\lV 2.. 1953; M MhKK TIIIKTATHKhl.: : *:..' IP i-at !' ::..i't\it Aa> Just::.<:.! Bf II gr..t ink _
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Economist Says Starke Farm Market ".'.e-'er.: part of the countyvete: niiil.ll.of\e'.il.lantl...n.. ,-pn,' zw -

Workers Nix UnionBig i .trs\ii.g! their produce to Alachua .
fi '.ds tlf | |.,rja ,
.id:: L'nion County rather than I

:akf' the fairly long haul t
Should Be Self-Supporting From Fees Staike ton Jr. Th- :M.

Dad Employees Turn Down AFL Represen- Dr Cake renewed the development hati' 70.00.) .

of State pba.ed uith ...-
the markets -
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OeaUr! interest on the part of ih.lt t'.i- !!I'.II :1<:,a ..f J.lrks\ die
tation 83-18; Plant Expansion Now Under Way buainr.-s men and cuic. groups in probably hurt in this respect as the beginning in 1934 when the lltev \\t>re alit. L4': '
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first "shed"
their tate Farirers Market was some growers preferred to carry was opened at San -noiich: h..rd-tn- 'Iii"V

decisive five to ratio of the Dad Co. last Friday here ford. Today the system has: a rtlaUte at '
Hy a one employee Rig Manufacturing suggested Wednesday a* a their produce to the city markets

indicated unwillingness to represented by I'nited Garment \Vorkers of America. means of helping to realize the Dr. Cake said that in the 1951- grown to include 21 markets with L grou their .un
a book value of
A .F.L for purposes of collective bargaining. I full potentialities of this facility. 52 season the State market $2,400.000.
Gross sales that first
year at IiICIi.t II)
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The suggestion was made Df. handled t \ :
The secret election was con- by 80,000 packages with a
dui.ted in the plant' from 3.30: to I --- I.J" IE. W. Cake. Economist in Marketing value of $270,000. Fees collected Sanford were $518.625 while 195: .iJ.I'\\i..,. pl".hl'tl

4 30 o'clock under the fcuptrmsion !: Wr'.-<: I with the Florida Agricultural for the year totaled $3.000 If sales on the 21 present markets'plays i i som I lot iI

of W G Strickland of Tampa. I ; ;r::.' 'r. Extension Service in Gainesville.! the mark'et had handled '160.000 totaled S17.306.790.72. : at the Ntati- .
iT' .." Dr. Cake was introduced by
fleM examiner with the National : lie was guest speaker at the Wednesday packages it would have been self- t't Tu..I.1.Th.. .- IA.
Ralph B. Alvarez. '
former
a manager
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tAbOr Relations H ard. 10th Region luncheon meeting of thfe| supporting from fees collected -rou::llt M I ni..r.. | _
-* of the Starke market and
It followed months of intensive 'f-"i Rotary Club. ,! Only a small percentage of the than "n-Kulars
now Assistant Director of the
work here b) repiesentative -I Dr Cake who was for a number foodstuffs actually produced in State system. Mr. Alvarez said I .mil his fathi-r ii. ___

of the union who held frequtnt of years a marketing specialist 1 the county were handled through j that Florida is fortunate to obtain hat. SO.OttO Nin -
meetings most of them '.Mth the U S. Department of the Starke market. the speaker''
the ser\'i 's of Dr. Cake, who -- -
poorly attended in an effort to Agriculture in Washington, praised ;! said. since it is i estimated that in
1 has an outstanding record as a Lagging Behind Plant
interest Big Dad employees in the Florida' system of State Farmers -': 1951-52 the county produced City
I'marketing specialist.The .
union program. Markets as the best in the 500.000 packages with value of;

The election was ordered' by )uiiM He said that the 21:i $1.200,000.'I''I program was in charge ot
j C. H Nasworthy who pointed out Strawberry Prices
NUll after a hearing held hereIn build May Strengthen
ark. !';-, nllw operating were Dr. Cake said that: obviously a'.(that marketing his produce afterit
December at which time union it unwhevably low cost" befor !greater degree of working .

representatives testified that a the era of inflated prices and tion is needed between the cooperai' i is grown is perhaps the most .
a.rq:, grower With%
important step in the fsrmersoperation. Arrival Of Additional Buyers
D.idworkers
sufficient number
of Big \ self-supporting. from fees collected the market management the I ( .
had signified a desire to the 'market committee and
jl:7 Tht-y do not cost taxpayersanvthing advisory ,
Preceding this part of the
vote on the Issue rInterest ." he said. j the business of the pro-
| people com- I Disappointing: marked .he .
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thetjlection I,gram several members of Boy prices 'gruwet: ot 9o s complaint: i P
Indicated
in -
was Although the system as a whole munity. | Scout opening of the strawberry St'olS-ln told .
us we
would
Troop 70 sponsored by the : pet $1foi "
b the fact that 102 employees '
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100; 't'ntast their pa us way some of the larger', He pointed out that the Brook.er Rotary Club were advanced in here this week with the nvcrnpeI 90s but instead of pit\.r-: :
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per union n.ark'lr.lusl partially subsidize. maiktt which opened last rank in a brief Court of Honor I paid Tuesday running about $1 $1 more than! Missionan.-s m hit I

ballots. 83 18 against for and one representation ballot-I --Polaroid! I Minute Photos oy the Telegraph a few ot the smaller ones Dr. spring. had a very successful firi conducted by E. T. Shull. less per crate than growers received been bringing they dro| |j.l i Misionanes
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was thrown out because the voter W, 0, Mrhkland.. fidd 't'prc'1Itl'nlalh.lIh th.alional Labor < 'ake said He pointed out that year and "paid its way" from Mrs Junius M. Sr ith. chairman !' in Plant City. to $7 so the could 1 -' .

the Staike market is not self- fees collected. He said that of Bradford County's Red Cross, General attributed the get our 90's for $8 "
Relation. Board 1 opinion
checked both for and against. countsutft of the Illg Dad eniplotec'i uhilr Ruby
Voting took place in curtained I, Harris (dark drt-ss) and Ilrtt) Sapp keep !ore. if supporting.more but could sold their easily be so Bradford County should be proud Fund Drive urged support of i. weak prices to a lack of b,,'."r I From 400 to 600 crates at.jpocted .' t. .
growers produceat to have two markets and that it Rotanans the
in raising $3,000 I competition and it was hoped ttut
aid the
polls erected in the first room ; at market toliK-
of th< Big Dad plant. The votes I the loi al platform }frtd.. is the only county in the state quota. II this situation would be remedied day), and if warm weather ...

Strickland I by the arrival of additional cut Of, tmurs the .
were counted by Mr. over weekend "TV'really

In th. pr*.enf of representative I Johns AcceptsPowers' Hyacinth Spraying In Rowell Lake j town bUH1.p.. perhap
of the union and the management \ : From last Friday through Wednesday M. R Judd said!

.>f the plant May Open Up NewThe Fishing Grounds growers! here sold aroun.! Figures for the past week \\ .
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70S crates which
Now that th.- :adverse Ile"I ision ApologyAt of fruit. for they as follows:

nas been scored under NLHR \ .I State Game & Fresh Water this time to let i the hyacinths in I' received $1.65572:!. Fri. Feb. 20 132 ciat." I'
ales their ran be no further elei 4a. 'l I The average,: price paid here <
Fish Commission $7 6 i. receipts $1.01125.Sat
i conducted an coves and along the lake's edgeIn :
lions at the plant for a period of .- Board Meet Monday was $7.07 per crate. Tuesdav's -, ., Feb. 21
I airplane spraying project at addition to helping defraythe --- 21 cratrJS I
rk: .4 average dropped to $7.02
)ne yearfxpanskn Rowell Lake last week in :
an effort -
of
a expense spraying a portion'
plans are currentlyunder V I while Plant City growers received,
%V 'I to kill water hyacinths that of the collected here i Mon, Feb" 23
97 '
money was;; rat.- i.
wav at Big Dad where SO V. Ear p i ,'ui'.- Gainesville. ;| around $3 on the same da.te.'t'dnesd3)"S
i I have all but ccvered the 500-acre used to install a cattlegap on the 707. receipts $88515:
new machines'are being installed! t nif Hber ,ii! th. State Road Boarded : \\ average dropped to'
:- .. surface making it virtually use- new graded road that the countyhas Tues.. Feb. 2400 ,
rill a new unit to manufacture a. pub'a!' apology in Tallahassee I $6 91 on the local platform. na t"
f ::1 less as a fishing lake. constructed from the Baylus;1 $702.
\\ .stern Jean a nt'it..m ">r Wedne.sda\ Senate Pres- Florida 90's the new "arietv.brought receipts $2.79532;

'he Starke plant Manager GV 1... I -i.-iit 'harley E. Johns of Staike The work was done by the Commission Edwards farm down to the lake. about $1 more per crate 1 Wed Feb. 25 58 n'.'. .

r.,' nell statedestenLiy that this H3 fni na'mgmIstakenly identified with a portion of the expense Heretofore there was no adequateroad than Missionaries However, one $691. rect'ipts175..
: being shared local in to Rowell and
by
sportsmen persons
-, .tl necessitate the hiringIlf urstei Ji-hn-! as the senator's
i interested in seeing the lake wishing to ii.sh it had to go partof
additional kt'rs. '
ome "W WOI bring oiii-hf in discussing a controver-
i I returned to the list of good fishing the distance on foot. Thecounty I
ng! the tntal force at the plant to ..j iai Bradford County road. : Maxville Man Held For Grand Jury
It is estimated that the cleared the of
the work- \\ uhu outside spots. right way
;round 15ft When new .IIrt.Jall..1: I h. lullot room uhile totes The
apology was made at a first spraying will kill about 75 and graded the new road to the 1 Virgil 2:;. of Max- during' the hear .,,,
Thompson. : length
e" are added the weekly payroll : \\- of the :
iv'ill inn between $4,500 ands t isiini i"j.Jfl.i aiiiioiuurJ. f Tallahassee meeting Road Board in per cent of the hyacinth and the ( lake and the sportsmen paid for villc. is being held: for grand: jury the fatal shooting of J"' 'I 1'

$: OlO h. said I at which Senator Commission workers will return the cattlogap that had to be installed action on a Tiirder charge aft.ran night (,f FVb! U at a combrresidence "'

I t. Johns. Guy Andrews and A. J. in the near future and continut'the where the road crossed inquest held in Jacksonville and beer parlor atI.I t '

i Thomas Sr.. all of Starke. ap- spraying program. bboat the \\'. M. Edwards pasture. :Monday in regard to the death of nIl,. kmr.Mi as Thelma's I'Uc ,

BUS Cagers NOISY peared additional before the board requesting The lake had to be made available 23- ..lIr-rjl,1, L. C Johns. also of Johns died a few minutes .1" .
primary road funds : to the public before government :Maxville
one blast from a 12giMgrgun "i': '
SHIRT I for improvements to State Road MineEquipmentGets funds could be used for the
Fourteen witnesses! testified struck him in the tonia IiV
200: (fl". S. 301)) including the
Seeded Fourth -piaymg projectLions
B widening of a portion of Call Overhaul; -- ---- ----
("au.l 1'11. %...irtllh "lIOn '" --
Street and South Walnut Stieet.

For Tourney hhi..jlll: '"\ l'lt'( No \\as- w thus-tin'h highway are on the The present Board route listened of Dredge Improved Dei rz Mortgage Burned

I \\mini at plant on <-l h'i t ion -- .
atteiimely t.) the but
I requests.
I il.iy by mil- \\nrkcrlttr. if _ The !milling and '.\ I't 'iHi (Ip"r-\
iamt's toni h; I iKnda\i 1 1Ith niaiie no commitments There ison lions at the Humphrey Gold District Governor
eItcI! \Ionus n\er. the JllhI / f.. a ,
$;s 100 000 in
funds
Baldwin girl .nut boys will clo.seui I __ primary Corporation Trail Ridgn! mt-.
> the trguUi season s Mlusjuledi lantoik.r toss-) stuniur.i f V t"p. :.d 1 on new projects this east of Starke have undergone extensive Praises Club
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tor BUS Only renaming w .t-ar tht' Ptarke delegation was
games capers |>|wd in n<'\\"|11'I''r| into ,'4 repairs and alterat'on.s

games are the District Cli.inilH-r of ( umnu-n't' of 'S'Q $. reminded dunn- tho .nast week_ The- --- dry For ActivitiesIt
-)t4II4Ifltt: tilts. starting Tuea- Th> Board did promise to erect mill has continued to operate.
...1.1Iardl 3 in Mayo ;IfUe I iilirrr St't'rt't.lr)' M.ir t :301 markers at Yulee and Calla-

!i i hm which the Starke The shutdown began Thursday was a ferine o< lasion Wednesday k
Bradford High enters the Cla" ian Hour and tn 4)lel men said
Feb. 19. and operations are scheduled .
: night of lastve.k wnen
\ jroup :i:, Westein Division'ouint I *<"< la* k.r.gat present.Ser.a .
"arRe; ) | > >"si> i tokivp .-
MIS.Ipr. <
I l I | to start today (Friday *I. Improved Starke Lions and their Lionesses
\ with a record of 6 wins : 'r Johns and party arrived
it as a souxt-nir u* and S losses Of the 10 teams meeting
.h.v will enter the meet,. the I l' Mark..'s fust union rIton. I I has been installed while '
Den located Water Street The
.)1 als hive:: played games only Same-Aili:l :rember repeated it, I on
practically all the other equipment final the
.. h P K Yonge and Lake Butler sa\mg "Through some misinfor- payment on mortgagewas -
has been repaired and placed in :
n.a-.on, I made the made in January 'i :
1'1..\ i, top-seeded and the locals statement that q-
i 4th On Wednesday. March Lester Johns wa* a brother to good operation condition. The cost Present to help celebrate! the -

4 at j P m. the hiltS boys meet! Drive For $3,000 Red Cross QuotaTo Sen Johns I since t'.ab'en of the newly installed equipment occasion were District Governor _

reliably informed that Lester will: tun into many thousands of George L. Seaman and Mrs Seaman -
ne inner of the MonticeUo-I: >
Bn'icr caT.erhr : Johns is no relative at all of the dollars of Jacksonville, and Depu

girls with a season's" word Be Launched Countywide March 2 -enator If I have embarassed Mr District Governor Southerland "f

11 win and 3 losses, meet tht, Johns. Sen Johns. and the peopleof Seaplane Base Keystone Heights.

Bradford County, I wish t,) Preceding the supper Lioni T
Fnda\ Man-h .
MHjjrl* night. t ] i"; .">::- :, : r'u': :.(:.":< h.: ;: ,->.' i -r. ., rh..s; a.n irurea.se: of
oltr \c: .' \\):' Hearing Set \n \Y grjtSYs: ga\Yiertfl aroun<)! a '
V> \\\ .tie BraJ/orJ A $.' \VU\W L
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untjmt'rIln over last year, E .
Sen. huge bon fire front of thp Den
w.uner lth, Eastern DmP1. Johns accepted the B.->3! Jmembt'r's in -
Red Cross Dnte on Man-h 1 werecompleted Roland Harnman national IUJ
.' \ .\ng in St. August me. will : regrets and the tw v, men For Saturday where Mayor J. R Vainwj.gh'one : M.V\OU I .J U \\ \I,\ .
this week by Mrs Cross president said "largely \ ItHJ liT WP 'Ivn )Ifllna) ''U'- I. 0;'" '
shook hands. ; of the original trustees aridsigners
oe1: iV'e winner of the Western Junius Smith Fund Drive Chairman to expand the Red Cross defense of the wort ., tin pm \i1.g, if t'Ing l).- mongagi m>, ;U'I J: tun 111 ..- I

1 '. .,.1. P Saturday night. Uarh 7s ,u.u tier co-workets in Starke blood: collections for the production Powers had said last month .3. ?'..bl." :r.c.ir.nc- : U be held at the gage w.given thepaper I'r..sid'-nt J'lm \ T .r'iiir frf IH'irl. ","". "' 'Om i.e ,r/C, I '" Ult" ,

I :so' m Mayo for the right to :in.l IRiJvrd! l''u:::'. of gamma globulin ,,"wehpre.t that a "private road" had been the Womar. s Cub In Keystone: into the honor flames of tossing John A and Depute District (,<,\."fI.., x,ulh< rund I<..>K .0I

,n'-esent Group II 11the State The n>val kji\e:! .> -t"art o: the nts paralysu from polio.T.y- built in Bradford County to the Heights Saturday. Feb. 2S. at
Torode. of th'e club.gave .
"urn.i.-vnt.: starting at the U of farm of Lester Johns under an president
"in s Funds Vsi: were added to 2 pm. on the application of Roy
a brief review of the historvof .,.
F between -
MAivh 11 agreement Sen Johns
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Browning of the -
Ret formerly
prcvide a Cross tecreitLnn1r'.t'am IIII :
.- and the club. the den. and the successful -
ADVANCE former Road Board Chairman
The jjiils: dropped another gan.ftX GIFTS for ah!-' bodied senice- Keystone Airpark. for the state off th. .
f1 a:.t Tuesday' night 5o-4. TOTAL $462 .'U-:. Abroad. McKethan to pay for it out of licensing of Lake Brooklyn as aprivate "struggle" to pay l J I

' :mt managed to squeeze past statewide primary road funds instead seaplane facility. mol'tg-tg -
Mrs. rni".h state tnathe' .-
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Following the supper. an
:: 4"1 ke 'iIY last Friday 35-36 Capt W B Sewel! special: gifts chairman Bradford of Bradford County's Sec- The hearing was called t-v O II
Couiuy l > "
pl ts J.OOO ondary funds. spiring address on Lion.sm: i-
7 M v Fiances Ilazen was hgh for the annual Red Cross W Jordan acting aviation supe- .
of which
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n.B'will Grrr
rem.im in t!"- given by the District
--r in each game. netting 24 fund drue. announced yesterday Senator Johns denied that it wasa visor for the State Improvement :
fi county tor !< ca I u-c Last noath He praised the I looa'' fuh! r..i'
'"> ., against: Lake Citv and 2$ that $462 has alread been contributed "private" road. stating that it Commissionthe > .
the kK-al Red Crass Chapter for its varied civic ar.d f-har:' 10
It' h'IS m Ocala. formed a link between
ja;.'. toward the county's: handled f J eats. < th'.t. '... connecting activities and said it sfcoul! i .
;;;z T'!.tb.'\s were kfie last Friday $\,000 quota in advance of the were ser.-ivnz.ei anJ their iamilies. Road land( the Brownlee Road. relationship between Sen proud of its attract.ve: DeiA -. -
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;. .:' rg the skidj under Ketterlmusviti''s Largest new donation of the Cross First Aid r""s III11 i s underway 'v.- it served some 30 farm for his calling the project a "pri- One of the out-ta'-i:: r" "
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:. coming from behind to week came from M w. Cresslerfor farr.ilies rate road" to one farm. j 1
in the 15r IP" "i High ,. earned on by the Lio'-.s rub: _
.* ItH-als i6-47 Ketter- $125. School "i-a .t:' : : '.> :: ,...* T-e: Senat r's e.vp'wiation'! was Road Board Chairman Richard its sieht cons"rvation pro?!; ( tt

;: i' KV.'hflr '. : Se ,: <-*. :' ti-, : .. i.- '., __ :'.. n.- : .'. r.Fr.df: ,f ; County Simpson said Wednesday that the ,through which glasses are smp'd! l .1.J .
1.lfJ'0 \ 1TOK> Bather around th. 1..11\ 1..1r.. .
M! : : -.tional *Mr <" .. . -- ''' ''. 49.000 bill for the road t.
campaign for t* :: : has been !j, to school cfaildTen who need th r:
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BRADFORD E L MATTHEWS Roscoe May of Washington; P - - - -, ------ -- -.-_- -- -----'-"-' -,' -- ---- -----..,-
HAMPTONb C -\nsitir.5 his parents Mr *
COUNTY l/lrl VIEWPOINT PueLISMER Ermc"", I Mr \Vm. IV. Hammond MM H Lynn Ii May Hall: erte ta-r..-.j :. FROZEN FOOD & PRODUCE! FESTIVAL! !

TEI.ECH.\PJI Lad.e- Council: of the C :r..an!

I Church Thursday afternoon ., ...,. ... .,..-.-... .
OLDEST rLOMIQA WKLY "U.USCO CONrfNUOUSt-V UNDER TH( SAME MASTHEAD I II H C La>field of C anrsviJJecalled Born to Mr a.id airs E If Pr. \' '
+ vatl, Feb 1?, a sor. at the G l.f.e- ./'i
1'uDlJshed rsrry F'r10aaA d ratrrrd at, Y''eDd flaw matter jt this Po-.t Offh at .Starke, Hori;<}.... under Brannen on his and sister family Mrs Saturday P.aJegh ville hospital.: The young man hasbeen :
the Art of March 3. 1879. I II rained James Waiter :M s '
His
evening. mother Mrs M. B ..
I Miss Betty ;;
I'revatt was formerly
Layfield, returned home with him
PRE55 ASSOCIATION -... MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION! Jean Adkir-s. Mother and ,on re-
FLORIDA
MEMBER for the weekend and together tiey:
attended a reunion at the home of turned home Monday
I Honoring FFA's Quarter Century Of ServiceThis i H. C. Lay-field in Levy: County. Mrs Merlie: Oste->n is a-: ,n a
Jotn H. Parker has receive patient in the Naval Hospital at

Week ficance for the Future Farmers of word that his daughter Mrs Lhciplrs Gainesville
is Future Farmers of America today are
Brown of Flint Mich who Mr. and Mrs George Saxon and
observance that has more than usual sig- truly the successful farmers of tomorrow. ;,
an was recently injured in an automobile Holland Payne were Moniay t-v--
nificance due to the fact that this year the In the years that have followed FFA has, accident, is dor.g"ery rung guests of Mr and Mrs J Eugene:
organization i is celebrating its Silver Anniversary continued to grow in membership in acti.ities nicely.

25) years of service to American in prestige. Today more thanj I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brannen entertained Brt.Mr.. and Mrs R V Burkhart and Quantity Hights Keened Prices
agriculture; a quarter-century of work dedicated 35,000 farm boys in all the States, Hawaii. at a family reunion Sunday son of Miami were weekend visitors dood Thru ,,1.. rt b. :;"

to the development of farm boys toward and Puerto Pico proudly wear the colorful|' Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen of the Lynn Halls
rural leadership, good citizenship and successful emblem of FFA, an emblem whose parts signify and family, Dennis Branr.en of I have mLssed a lot of homes this HOTTEST PRODUCE BUY IN TOWN
farming. love of the soil wisdom, national scope I'Lakeland and Jessie Mae of Bar- week, but on account of the deathof
tow, and several .
FF A is the national organization of. byand and the new era that is dawning in agriculture nephew; Albert Sullivan brother-in-law
| Mr. and )Ir.i. Ranee Hill of New
for farm boys who are studying voca- as1 Future Farmers take their places in Port. N. Y. were Saturday 01 Mrs Floy. I substituted for her CELERY
tional agriculture in the nation's rural public their home communities their lives dedicatedto the Don Hills. guestsof and taught the 3rd and 4th gradeson
that the thought that is embodied in the last Monday E\vr\bo-iy way goon i C
high school.t'e are proud of the fact I Mrs. F. B. Hall of Gainesville believe it or not.
Bradford County has a strong FFA Chapter line of the national FFA motto: "Living to;visited her sister Mrs Verso --OR-- .
which owns its own farm where it is carrying Serve." I Slade Tuesday.Mrs. S

on valuable projects in livestock and general As FFA celebrates its 23th anniversary J. D. McCulloch son Luk

farming operations under the capable Direction the improvement of agriculture continues at and Earl xie Nazwortn were Sun "., ,. CARROTSLarge

of the chapter advisor, V. It. Ferguson.The increased pace. We are confident that Bradford Sons.day guests of the Wiley William rrr .
great idea of an organization for these:
farm boys of common interests came in the County, in the years to come will be a Mr* R. F. DyaJ, grandson Buddy +11 Stalk Pascal j
Celery Green
early 1920'a. shortly after the establishment better place in which to live because:; of the I Iloark, Mrs. Merle Chapmanand or Top Carrots

of the first vocational agriculture courses. valuable training in methods and leadership Mrs daughters Diane and Terry OUcan .

The founders called the new organization the being given it, farm youths through the Johnson Linnie moan and Mrs Henry --- -v-- u- _--_ -_' ,_- _: _.-, .-,- _4'---____ _. -.._:, _
Future Farmers of America a name of signi 1 program of FFA. Mrs. spent Wednesday with
Wesley Halek. U.
I S. No. 1 Reg White Taste O'Sea Quick-Frozen
Mrs. Louise Manier wa.s
I Unpublicized Local Bills Are A MenaceMany ness caller in Keystone iIt A'ion busi w I


Legislators as well as the public at fect keeps a bill from being a "local bill" and I)Tuesday.James Horne accon.paiuea t-: POTATOES E S PERCH FILLET

large, are coming to look with increasing dis- thus it can be passed without the folks'mer Gay of Orlando tu }i., K.OHville "
favor on the so-called "local bills" that are back home being given due notice. for the weekendMr.

frequently rushed through the Legislature "It is my feeling," said Rep. Webb "that and Mrs. Bill Wetv ),pptcjby
without due notice to the public who might the for a short visit wnn -h. t1Homes Lbs Lb
Legislature should not pass local hills ofa r 10 1 Pkg
affected l them. enroute from ['urn.: :,,"t i, ',. 39C 29C
be by controversial nature unless such bills are Jacksonville.Mr. .
Rep.; Jeff Webb of Washington County properly advertised. This would give the the

recently questioned) the wisdom of passing representatives a chance to know how the and children and Mrs. L. \\ihiamMjn! first time -- .

these "local bills" without making the pro- people feel about the proposed law." the Wiley: Williamsons of Theresa Satur called< on you try = __-. ? ---.J '-_ -:,-_-__-_ __ '_" __ _. --__ -_. : :- _.-
I>osed law known to the public ahead of time. :Most people will undoubtedly agree with evening.Mr. tay IT'S QUICK-IT'S EASY-
Furthermore, he thinks that such laws, introduced ONE PINT OF SUPERBRAND ICE
the sentiments expressed by the Washington -! and Mrs. Clarence Iii,-k$ IT'S FUN-with FREE CREAM
as )population bills may be unconstitutional and friends of
County Representative. If a law is Jacksonnlle.He
going -' With 4 Pkgs. RUSO Frozen
to affect the general public in any way *Sunday callers at the home 0/ Mi '
A "local bill" i is one passed 1 by the State and Mrs. R. F. Dyal.Mr. #
those who will be
affected have
Legislature affecting only one county. State right to be informed before certainly it is passed.As a and Mrs. Vernon Slade were e '

law thirty requires days( before that local being bills introduced.be advertised But the Legislature meets in April there I I I 1 evening.visitors in Jacksonville Saturday S STRAWBERRIES I E S 4 g99cSEALDSWEET

some Legislators have found a way to get isn't much time left for advertising these Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chapman DECORATE YOUR HOME
I land I
daughters. No lesson,
no training
Terry -not
and even
Diane.
around that requirement. They simply introduce slwcial bills of local application. Anyone!: who have spent several weeks any hard to follow i instructions or ACE-HI[ Quick-Frozen
them as: population bills: describingthe planning to ask the introduction of such | Hampton, returned to their home in Picture Craft's pre-niited oil col.
county concerned in terms of census measures should lose no time in giving the'in Tampa this week. ors and numbered canvas guide;

figures rather than by name. That in ef public due notice of their intentions. Mrs. Donahue Crawford, assisted jet jour: the hand painting like a ii master your \ery painters owned ORANGE JUICE Cans 99C

by Mrs. Robert Cox.. rntertamat ___n____n original work
B' Who's/ Your Favorite Most-Courteous Officer? 'I a surprise home party at .Mrs Craford's .....-.I Results Guaranteed
on February 20. hOi:.- AGEN Quick-Frozen
mil, ,
the 18th MifS no mess no error.tn
"Adopt an Affable Attitude and Show fine attractions of Florida cannot remove. j goring Lucille Hall, birthday of I, omen, of all ages, even children

Our Visitors Real Southern Hospitality." Of course, some of our visitors do require ford. Sixteen sister friends of Mrs were:;; Craw pre hate hobby.taken Everything to this you fascinating need contained ENGLISH PEAS 2 Pkgs 29C

That's the motto of the courtesy campaign firm treatment, particularly in the enforcement ent. in one compact package.
now being conducted by the Florida Divisionsof of speed laws and other traffic regula I Mr. and airs Iornsazworth You'll be amazed at the result!-
the American Automobile Association tions. But there is no excuse for any law lof, Jacksonville are the proud parents pleased "ith your new found abil
The campaign is designed to encourage courtesy enforcement officer to be discourteous in the! of a daughter Deborah AnnE., today ity. Get. jour Picture Craft kit SUPERBRAND Colored Quarters:

and! good will toward the millions of performance of his duties. Most people re-I born Feb. 13. Morris spent Monday I
Florida summer and winter visitorsoth- spend far more quickly to courteous treatIml'tlt and Tuesday with his moth er Choose from 21 Beautiful' MARGARINE Pound 19C

ing could be of greater importance to the than they do to the tough tactics of aj Mrs.Next Eva Monday Nazworth he will and family. Artist-Designed Subjects I II
future of our thriving tourist industry.The would-be bully. i S. Army. enter the U SIIncludes -.

highlight of the campaign i is the contest Xothin"Duld please us more than to see Carl Rhoden has the flu. '
for the lost Courteous<< Law Enforcement one of our officers win one of the AAA- I I Bert Hinson who Is station I THE WESSON OIL SHORTENING

Officer" with prizes to include AAA sponsored courtesy awards. Any citizen may with theIr Force at Amanllo,,
tours to Havana Nassau and other vacation pace! the name of an officer in nomination Texas, has been spending a furlough SNOWDRIFT Lb

spots. by giving the following information: I with his parents. He wilTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT:I 1
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in' attracting tourists to Florida. Nothingcan Of what law enforcement agency? I :
give a community a blackeye with visitorsas Location of WHERE TRAINING AiDEXPEHIEXCE i i' ; .,
courtesyact COUNTIf -_. -- ___ .__ _.. __ .
quickly as a surly, discourteous law enforcement After you have filled in this information. n
officer. Fortunately these "am- mail to AAA Courtesy Campaign 410 Julia you need a ti-itss or surgicalsupport 1 fi lltia fi BEECH-NUT Vac Pac HEINZ Cream of TomatoCOFFEE

bassadors of bad will" are few and far between St.. Jacksonville. you cannot afford to .

but it tikes only ONE to put a sour And may a Bradford (County officer be take a chance with jour health Gal Gwraurd awsele.pn Ir t,
taste in the mouth of a tourist that all the among the winners! by being improperly fitted. $2 95 SOUP

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CANOVA DEL MONTE
Brooksville and Horace McKinney i Calif.

ALL VARIETIES of heir Lutz parents spent, Mr the and weekend Mrs John with I PRESCRIPTION PHONE 4202 CENTER e PEACHES E S No2 '/ Can 25 CMAYONNAISE


AMERICA'S FINEST '! McKinney.Olin Graves of Daytona Beach{ (Near Hospital) 9)I 1

i visited here Sunday.Mr. Gainesville, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, I s I I

Fertilize Before It's Too Late and Mrs. Jack Mines of DONALD- -DUCK- - -
Starke visited Mr. and Mrs Jennings -

Starling Sunday afternoon I I E Quart 43C
SNAP DRAKON(; HAHY{ )BREATH{ [ Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wynn ar.d i

PLANTS 1.ARKS1TR HOLLYHOCK Mrs. Russell Starling visited Mr- Have I
F i'. Abernathy Sunday .utet Should
('ALEMfLA PETUNIAS noon.Mr Patients I OLD GLORY 16-oz. Cans


SISTRUNK FEED & SEED STORE ter turned_ coming and to Long Mrs down: A Island.for Tabi the NY n..irr hate, it.;i-.<-, Ethics, Too PORK & BEANS S 3 Cans 25Vacuum

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Call St. Phone 39 Starke, Fla. Griffis.('f their daughter. Julia, t. J.. '.

44444 4 4. 44444444444 4 PackedASTOR
4444444444 Colen M. Ratliff of Xorf.llk.,1
.-- ..- !spent last weekend here with his --- LbCan
parents Mr. and Mrs. L. E Rat- COFFEE 79C
r From where I sit.. /f Joe Marsh hff. I I

-Mr and Mrs. Perry Starling A physician is a busy man. Day and night ,

were called to Gainesville Fridayon he is ready to gi\e succor to those in need of II
Gra.
i "A", Dressed & Drawn, Fla. or Ga. Ship! Whole C
business.
his Let be fair. him
care. us Do not telephone
'-' Wrong "Train" of Tho'jght! Hilra Watson is home for the,' at mealtimes just because you know he can be / FRYERS Lb; 49
first time in over a year He has
reached. And do not call him at night, unless
.t been visiting his brother. R. L I
.tt Watson in Fairfield Calif absolutely necessary. Confine your calls to his
\ Most of us knew the streamthe pa""ergers have !
always beenpleased. CUT-UP
liner slopped about four mie! > Now-along We are sorry to report that I office hours as much as you can That is what )I PAN-READY FRYERS Ib 53c
..::... comes a fel Mr. and Mrs Edd Parrish! are on
from l.1..t office hours
town Thursday but lo.whl) wanU the tram to at are for. \ <

- we didn't know if kg kit speed. Some people are go like the Mr.sick and list Mrs.this Floyd week.Farber and; Keep your appointments promptly, or notify him ia r "_ __ ._ ___'"'. __ __ ___._-_ ___ .y
Seems the train that Some still would
was hurrying begrudge son of Starke were Sunday guests: advance that it is impossible for you to do so. In short
'w along, then came the screeching another person's right to a ttmI WORRELL'S Yorkshire Sli. Tender Eat-Rite Plate
of
and
'a Mrs. Farber's Mr.
parents. him
:-.e of brakes same ft How had ]'era glass I of beer even though treat as you would wish to be treated were you the

pulled the Emergency Stop NrJ.that person wouldn't dream of Mrs.Mrs.Alex Dryden Shelp and daughter Mrs !! physician. A sympathetic appreciation of his problem
233
- When the conductor flashing a "Stop" sign their I BACON STEW BEEf
asked him on Julia Crews have goeto: Jacksonville greatly enhances the help he can give.Call .
s. a, ..h> he did it. he said The train preference for sac. milk, coSee to weeks with
p=-- s phi just going too f.1t-1 t.antrd or tea. Respecting the} rights of spend tWQ on us for competent prescription senrice.
-.-.., to get ,OU to slow I down" others is the only \\...Yt cart Mrs. Dryden's daughter. Mrs Lb Lb -
Lelia Xewsome and son. Eztaiel
keep "on the right track." 49C 19C
From where I sit, that treara- Dryden. KOCH DRUG STORE
liner has: been going at that Don't forget services at the
peed for the past seven earwith 17 Church Sunday morning _. .. .
a perfect safety record) and 8'C -JIG-/?. ,:Baptist at 11 o'clock and Sunday School) Phone :53; Starke, Fla. it_ .___ -_-___ __ _- __>_. _,--_-___- ,__ ---: .'--_ -

at 10 o'clock! I -- .. -_ -- -.-' _.u-- -' _,_______ ___._-__ --- ------,-- -__._-y-_ ._- _-_ --
(.oJJt'. (. : ';J.l 'I.J+racl Brrsttr, /....-."":::.JA "I'BE.IDFOBD



FRIDAY. FEBRUARY. 1953 ADFORD: COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST.\RKE. FLORIDA
PIGS TURF'
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I
PYttnv.nyy..c..Tnn fluded members from Alachua. uary council meeting The Council i! member of Bradford County Children TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ;:anal Melissa has received a earl m order to help make plans attend the d'.stnct Kind toun.

High Spnngs. New berry, Raiford. by-laws were discussed, and s Committee enjoyed having p> of the high school book of for the camp at Leesburg in..t
I .rent at Jacksonville .
BROOKER Jacksonville, Grten Cove Springs, proposed copies were distributed lunch !last Friday at the Tower BRADFORDHIGH ::he. T'ont.i. "M lestone:' April. |I As you vi \ :
Gainesville; and Starke. to all members present for read- House m Gainesville with Mrs e Of I i remember they made a wonder: ,.
The Library has elected its
Grate G. Bighamuvu.ua..U.U At LV close of the meeting a ing and comments. Snellirg. County Nurse Dr Flo- One week from today will be showing last year and receive J.! i

chicken: dinner was served by the The club voted to buy paint for rence Jennings. Juvenile director. .1 i: .Student Teacher Ia.at B. H S. delegates to the camp early so,superior rating. Instead of PI' r.:'

.aa. U .i wives of the Brooker members. the Center. Mrs. Howard, Wait Omer Saray, and Selanu Sasmaz. 1k I I Everyoce is looking'fon..rd to they can start preparing for their tug for the tournament and 1

Matonic Meeting I Home IMnunMration Club Mrting was appointed to select and obtain two Turkish educators. While in LIGHTS tie event students and teacher duties. One of which will be to understand that it takes aM :

r The Pine Hill Lodge Number 9, i| The Home Demonstration Club the paint. Gainesville they visited the Chd-i 1 .._ alike. campaign for Pay Paul<, who is preparation they are spent!.:'.,

lad a special communication meet ;!; met Thursday afternoon at the The demonstration for the after- dren's Clinic !held at the American Hy Brenda Bradford running for state treasurerThe" their tune working on a aerie. .0'

t ir.g Friday night February 21, at .. Community Center. with the vice- noon was raffia work supervised I Legion I II *** t A A t AAAAAAAA'-------11--. -" ... Yesterday. Fay Paulk. Barbara four chosen to attend are Norma concerts that they plan to pre,.f: :
the Masonic Hall I|r president. Mrs. Tom Markey, presiding -. by the County Home Demonstra-, Mr and Mrs. F. M Vickery. Jr. Had McComb. and Miss e'ma.nTent Gonzales Sonny Tvnly. Carolyn to the public some time th-d
The i and children of Gainesville, and you visited B H S. Thursday Hutcbeson
Lodge met for the purpose I and Pay Paulk spring
y 1 I tion Agent Miss Dorothy Ross. : to Jacksonville to attend
of ccmf erring the Masters Decree, Mrs Bill Bigham. Council dele Mrs Ralph Wethmgton and. you would have seen some i a meeting .
i Notice
I' T. A. I II
GD two candidates. Visitors In- gate, gave a report of the Jan- Due to the teachers meeting daughters of Atlanta. Ga. were : queer THINGS running around ; of the executive board uf iho The Bard members areer% S gr.r.g: : !; -.:::tl next week
( Sunday guests of Mr. and Irs. the Florida High &h.ol: L.brsrC">,.:> tl'Mtt! ;>:> '.', >! be, .i:.....' *.he\ r.inio' 1tr..n.Lt Dra.H'd
being held in Starke this Thurs I campus. They were the new
Ernest Edwards. I!
''
I day night the regular meeting of i 'Beta Birds. The Beta Club
is a
! Frankie small of :Mr. and
: son
AT LAST.... the Brooker P. T. A., has been ''Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson. fell on National organization for students
postponed until Thursday. March who receive a B better Tri delicious
average or CocaColawith
a stick while playing in his yard
'/, DRY CLEANING THAT 5. last Saturday afternoon. We are I throughout their high school ca- 1' |
\\. M. V. Notice treer. This year saw an extraordinarily -
glad to report that no serious
GETS OUT MORE DIRT! The Brooker Baptist Church i i, damage was done. I i I large number of students ;
W. M U. will observe a week of imtiated-2l. The group of students '
Mr. Charles Harvey of Boston |
Monday thru Friday. who made the fol-l meals
prayer grade as
Mass I
I i I is the houseguest of Mrs. ,
(March 2-61.> at the church from I 1 i Harry W. Bennett of China Tung lows: Jeanette Blunt, Gladys Bund sour

2 p.m. til 3 p.m. The theme of]I l Acre : ), Levy Canova, Archie Carmichael |
the week's will be "America .
program
Mr and Mrs Ed Gainey of.. Dorothy Calvin Jimmy;
the Beautiful. Cole Russell Crosby Mike Clark i
of't
Plant City and Mr Lee Gainey
Mrs. Wilson Green, president Jacksonville were in Brooker on Janice Dansby, Frances Dodd I

urges all women to attend. ( Monday visiting relatives j Nancy duPre Mary Julia Futch l
1
The tegular \V M. u. business Pauline
Spt and Mrs. Cecil Davis and Gay: Freida Green An- ;
f' will be held at the church Mari i
.. meeting |small son of Columbia, S C. are nette Green Kathryn Kelly,
-- RIGEpDY- Wed. March 4. at 3 The tha I
p.m.
on (here visiting their parents. I II Ii Landrum. Richard Kuhn '
program will be presented Wednesday -i I Mrs Mattie Sowell spent the !'Jimmie Moncnef. Wayne {

night at 7:20: at the church. (weekend with her sister and family chett. C. W Slade, Mary Ella at-I

GUARp NTEES / Hirthday Ohsene.l the B H Connerly's in Gaines- er. Adele Scholl and Aaron Hutch- i .1
SEi RVICE The Green family observed ville.. enson. I t
"George's" birthday on Sunday.FEb. ,
Davis family were !
i The George
tI 1AbJ t"ooIl9" C\eoning\ 22. with a family dinner andgettogether :among those attending the aU ,. Last week the Junior Girls 1 .
but this George hap Drive- Chorus presented a musical skit i
Gainesville
I 7: FinishingNo night show at a 4
6eHtr pened to be George, better knownto I In Theatre last Saturday night.J 'entitled "30 Minutes with Stephen \

Odors his friends as "Earl" Green. l, The Davis family didn't quite Foster". The cast included Mi-

s?. i Minor Minding F rte The setting for the dinner was'make it an an night affair but renda, Anne Taylor: Jeanie Virginia -

t w ',z SATISfACTION the Earl Green home, and it was we hear that they did manage to Darby: Mrs Foster. Sylvia
s y '; COMPLETE COST romplfmenled with a huge, beautifully Paulk; Susahhah Grace Duncan;
., NO J, OlD I stay until 4 a.m.
Af decorated birthday rake
w Maxin Andrews. Mrs
>
Stephen
4 Mr and Mrs S M Molt u't rereC'E'nt >
'wF Those attending were: Mr. an visitors at the home of girls and tht'I(
Mrs. F.. J. Lewis and family Mr. and Mrs B. T. Crosby in Tampa ; did a real good job j
,
and Mrs Tom Markev, Mr and attended '
1.11 i While there, they also
77 Mrs. Dave Green and daughter. i The second issue o the library ; I
the Fla. State Fair. ( IL
Madeline, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson I \c. I -
Elbert Mott. son of Mr. and paper was distributed at the beginning % I\ '

Green and daughters Mr. and '!'Mrs. S. M. Mott, was recently; of the week The new title : \ !

Mrs Leslie Green and family. Mr ''discharged from the Army, and chosen by Melissa Starling is'' L- ,

Roy Green and sons, Mr. and. 'arrived in Brooker last Friday. ,Ii "Library Kevhole". For her help' /
I I
Mrs R. K. Dukes and family of> and Mrs. Bill Plaster of in chosi'ng a title for the library's -
j Mr / i yt.
Dukes. Mrs Rosa Pinholster Mr announcing the
STARKEDRY Jacksonville, are
Tar! Ward, of Jacksonville Miss! Steven /v/
birth of a 5 lb. 7 oz. son h 1
.\nn Cason of Worthington Feb. 18 at ,
Springs and Miss Ann Harvey of Mark, on Wednesday j \J

CLEANERS AND LAUNDRYStarke .!ksonulle St.Plaster Vmcent's will be remembered Hospital.trs.as the r s.---

IVrsonal of Brooker -
former Louise Parrish 10
Florida Mrs Howard Wait Brook.'is i

Carl Ward of Jacksonville, spent

last week visiting his: J l
; 'eral days t tE ,
DOES IHRYJHING BUT in-.n,i : Mrs Rosa Pinholster.
Sunday visitors at the home of r fl } $L iEA
M- and Mrs E \\'. Hodge were

YOUR HUSBAND'S SHI P Mr and! Mrs C T. Edwards, of v k


of Jacksonville. Sgt
and Mrs W C Davis and Miss Consult Your favorite restaurant
usALout
;j Yvonne Brookins of Hampton. ,
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features Coke.

NOW! Hi om milacle i i ii r..e.P..nyn..mmYVTLAVTEY Automobile I I This unique refreshment ;


% 'i I InsuranceCharley i has its own matchless flavor f


I by L. II. FutchuAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.a J! F. Johns that just naturally goes with good things +It


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j| Dr. R E. Rutland: of Gainesville,]I II Phone IS STABKE, FL.E. \, j
i I District Superintendent of the II | I

wke I Gainesville District of Methodist II j jj .... .. tOTTltD UNDfl AUTHOHTY Of W COCA-COIA COMPANY If
Lawtey last Mon-1 .
j Churches was in .
Quarterly .. .- STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
I evening conducting
day
I ... .....

'Conference of the Lawtey Methodist ""Cole" 0 '@C lt'fd trode.trork. ( I9J5. Tit| ceCA COLA COMPANY
yIi I Church. This was the last I Uprwcntmt THE TRAVELERS, Hartford

Conference of the Church Year and I -

and 'officers for the next year were i ij -

: elected Mrs. Rutland accompanied i
j I
her husband to Lawtey.

| Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Massey and! [
I sons. Wayne and Spurgeon { Ib

completely# in Barwick. Ga. last Monday weI'f'1

ing Rev. Massey's parents. ,V '-'''' "'4
and Mrs. W. L. .lla.se)'. i iMr.
.
r I I 1I and X.rs. J. V. Snowden and.

I I. baby Annette and, Joe Allen and Nolan Jack and, of children White-j!'

I I P '( dIg' IN ONE house were recent guests of the '
-
'H. C. Harleys. :

j Mr. and Mrs Frank Wells and' : !

!..j., CONTINUOUSOPERATION (daughters, Mary Ann and Nina, of "savings

R 't | New Smyrna Beach were the weekend
guests of Mrs. Eftie Miner II |!
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson; Blociter and

-- .... i[children of Atlantic Beach were

I dinner guests of her mother, Mrs

A. H. Harley last Sunday.
Mrs. L. H. Bill who is teachingat
I Ft. Myers, spent the weekend I!I i

$499.95 at ner home here.
The H C. Kellys were visltmg-
relatives in New River last Sunday '

afternoon.

Ernest Wells who is a studen

i of Florida Southern College, Lakeland '

Jp spent the weekend here with

his mother Mrs. Mae Wells

Miss Elizabeth: Tomlmscn o:
New River returned to her home M
I p last Tuesday after a visit with

relatives here.
i
Mr. and Mrs Steve Starling, Jr

I and children were visiting relativesin "::.>'
The greatest advance i in h one laundry Jacksonville last Saturday. '! The Thruling Ntw 1953 ''.'.'.''"'::0-..;.,.." ti

d USE ANTWHIII-Tc only 76Ird>*l Ala 1 I Mr. and: Mrs Bobby Bennett and;I "T..Q-Tell" 2.Coor Sedan '''" ........ -'t.ti ::
equipment since the first automatic washer the .ott. No i h+.at. lint, moUtufi. ; baby of Daytona Beach spent the Z.
I :; ,7.r1:\'
j weekend here visiting relatives .
-and, naturally, by the same people! Like tl UJI ANTTtMI-Ev does your \\gllf'dry imagic School ," ,
Mr. & nop of the Lawtey .--. '
'
'I ; '
the new Bendix Duomatic thor I011d"DetdcAlTrmihdeNautomotKOlyoughly faculty was in Tampa for the weeK-' "'
!I Iou much farther on every gallon of
washes and SAUK WASHINO-b the only outomoU principle end.Mr go ;
: completely drys your ; prov.d tof for r.* Abort.* fetrio.ClIANIK and Mrs. L. H. Futch were ;as in this great new Chevrolet. .. and you w- .
visiting relatives in Brooker last
clothes in continuous unattended
a single
,
ClOTHIS-E dwt.v ,mcgx hater Sunday. They were accompanied save on over-aH operation and upkeep, tool! %'
_ operation. All you need to do is put in IIIchl woih"t "'01., hotter, kttpt hot for don I by Mr and Mrs. A. D. Crosby oli .

ttgh.s.a i Starke. I II Ask new Chevrolet owners bow this great new car squeezes
clothes and the dials
the !
set HAUL DITINO-CtntU fcbnc prohctioe.DON7 i I Mrs A H Harley is visitingrelatives exia miles from every gallon of gasfluregular/ gas ai thai! rMrwJ'rolJh, '11' ontt'. tirwy/i. f
i in Atlantic Beach this The reason for this wonderful increase in economy isChevrolet's
Cfd.-Air dry* fc,tr ct lo-tirprotwrt 115-b.p..
BUY ANY SEPARATE WASHER OK 'week new high-compression po wer. The new New: Fashion-First Bodies by Fbher new, richer roomierinteriors '
S COMPUTIU AUTOMAnC-Only 0IIt Mttirg I "Blue-Flame" engine in Pow erghdee is the most powerful new Po erghde'uith faster getaway, more miles perthere's
=3 i DRYER UNTIL you sit w DUO MA Tie f ofd'aknt.d.dti+.nwwhdarkorerl I IBtNDIX ', WHY PAY MORE when E TER: engine in its field with a compressionmodels ratio of 7.5 to 1. And gallon new Power Steering (optional extra cost) largestmodelsl08h.p. ,
BROOK offers the be t fountain
... > a greatly advanced "Thrift-King" engine in gearshift brakes in the low-price field more weight-more stability-more
....rot. i hen at only $:.37? Wide variety with 7.1 to 1 compression ratio. road steadiness Safety Plate Glass all around in sedans and
HOME APPLIANCES Div. AYCO MonJocturing CorP.. South Bend, Indiana of color and point. at m.\DI ..ondith all its advantages Chevrolet for 1953 is the lowest- coupes E-Z-EC Plate Glass (optional at extra cost).

I FORD COUNTY: TELEGI.SYII.To priced line in its field. See itin'our showroom! 'CMawoAM tlCombina3an .IGaJowd pwp..d e.d ". a1.4 rd.d II 4F'41 M ....w..a.1_r.riolJ I

tiersr- of Poi erg 4e aitionucic tranumsjioii and ll-h p "BI.. -
a ;, Relict l't1lint optional in '7.* -rtn. aid; Bet Au models ct extra 'OJMORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR

> WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Mixryof '-OS TORODE CHEVROLET CO.


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t,, \ Hear Has Supper !MeetingThe Will Meet MondayThe ,, he' 6.1,r. the See staff Ruby at DOCTORS CLINIC HOSPITAL

Talk On CamelliasThe : .
new' officers: o: the Lioness regular monthly! m

1t Club presided: at the monthly the Junior Woman s Club Reese celebrated her Cordially Invites The Publicto
Starke Garden Club held
metusg. Feb. 19 in the Lions Den. held Monday evening at 8 Monday with a class
." Tonthly meeting Monday ever.g -
ti tt They are: Ruth Broadway president in the Woman's Club Sheppard's room .
-.: in the Parish House en *attend
Effie Carter, vtce-preadent; Annual reports and the Ritch celebrated l

Gladys Mooty! : f'hurch street with Mrs H. B.I Dean Sewell, secretary; Edna tons of new officers 22 Lloyd Green *
I Pe>ton, fourth vice-president pre- OPEN
Phone 35 i Wells ueasurer, and Vivian liar- place another milestone on HOUSEon
siding.
_ _______ 4. ley tail twister. Hostesses for the And Mrs Elizabeth
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"MLN.N/NN.N. During meetingthe I Hostesses at the chicken supper be: Mrs. Hugh Ingram. S2: on February 22 their first annh'el'a !
new books were distributed :
year
Dr. I Herlong Observes WML' CirclesTo and :a free well offering I served during the evening Mrs Al Harley. Miss Nina Parker is working J'1 1,


77th Birthday i!, !Meet Tuesday taken. Any member desiring to were U'amwright.Ruth Broadway and Katie Thomas.Mrs Cliff Hazes and Mrs. Insurance Guess she Agency feels Thursday, March 5, ll;>5;', :

; Tht Baptist W M. U. circles will attend the Nature Study Course, after being with,,
/br M B Herloi.g celebrated'1 March 25 to April 1 at Torreya I
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._. nit 77th birthday anniversary (hold: their monthly follows: meetings next' Park near Tallahassee, should WSCS Circles Week Of PrayerThe Sewell so and long daughter here from 3 to 5 p.m.
as I
Tuesday
Thursday Feb 19 at a luncheon 'I contact the president of the club, I
Lorena Epperson> circle Mrs. Baptist W ::'1. I'. around town in a .
part> Karl; spring flowers wen Mrs. R. F. Young. This course i L Methodist WSCS Circles will 301 West Call St.
these .
'Ralfh Alvarez leader, meets witfl: s."-ve Lottie Moon Week of days :
Illed to decorate the Herlong I:sponsored by the Florida District meet next week as follows: Starlet'I I
Mrs T B. Hard:rg at 3 o'clock. for Home Missions, Joe Gumber were de
name for niP exrasicDF.njo :':Garden Club and four members No 1, Mrs. L. A. Davis leader, I
cmle, Mrs. Maxie
DaLlY Fowler meeting as follows: surprised at a party ,
the luncheon with Dr meets Tuesday 10 a.m. at the
>InK : from district will be chosen
Carter leader, meets with Mrs this Monday at the church : their honor Saturday
32 rrembrs of hii I home of Mrs. E. L. :'Matthews
H.rlllngAf'rf' to attend. Six new books on
Uiarle Darby Mrs. Marjorie o'clock. Tuesday in the were,, the Rob-
and few lose friends. I :MrsV.. E. Middleton. cohostess.No. .
family a Garden
Florida Decorations and
'CoUey, cohoatess. at 3 o'clock. circle meetings.
regular the Paul }Ia' the
Ida Darby cm It l .3
:Men of The ChurchTo Maxwell leader, meets with Mrs Garden Club file at the Chamberof meets :Monday 3 p.m. at home ofMrs. Circle will have charge of the Mike Gilhoolevs (j) Mark On Your Calendar/

.
IE %V. Hayes on Madison street at' Commerce office for anyone desiring Millard Judd. I gram at prayer meeting.
I I lear Dr. GordonDr love my dog iten1
2.30 oVlock. to borrow them. No 3. Mrs. A. Wood leader, day morning meeting :

V. S. Gordon, pastor of Dora Alderman circle! Mrs H. A. Mrs. M. F. Hazen. program meets :Monday afternoon at homeof at the church t coffee and I( a tourist Motel recently couple wh and.' -IHKTIIIHYSi: :

'ne First Presbyterian Church ol Lawson leader, meets with Mrs '' chairman introduced Sam Mixonof Mrs.: L. D. Green. nuts will be served I. dogs well hou<' cw +c+ : \\\i\: : IUSAHIKSAnd:

If. A. Lawson with Mrs W. II Gainesville who an interesting I
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4Jnt'II'IIII'111 be the featured gave
; ) so happy to be ab'f:
Morse as hostess, at 3 o'clock. Camellias. H explained Elks To Sponsor
Ir..allf'r when th*> Men of themeet Helen Masters circle Mrs F. B talk on U.D.C. To Meet dogs inside with the 01111:11. : : SPECIAL i> nu

I htJrf'h in the Sunday School the process of growingcamellias DanceThe with $1 attached)
Benefit note '
1 Should
Beard leader, meets in the home of : Itemrmhn
and Week's U.
W. T.
from the rooting chapter
of the Starke I'resby'eriHfi -
building: the four
Mrs E C Priest on S. Church dogs expres \\ it II I'l
i )\\t'fs
Church for supper Monday cutting stage. He also explained local Elks Lodge will sponsor will meet with! Mrs J. R. .
o'clock
light at 7 o'clcKk. President W.r street at 2:30: I the Lest fertilizers to use and the ;,: a benefit dance at the Pelican Wednesday afternoon, at : all for fi; \\ h"11 ton >fin| flmtrrv ..-
to be no\\
Dons Knight circle, Mrs. Dave
lai'kin will preside. The sup- time of year to apply: them. At i, Club on Saturday. Feb. 2S. Funds o'clock. tlv .. rrinrmbrunfuur Kill
See in
Paulk leader meets m the educational : you 'tf. .
(H-f wilrj be nerved by the Women the conclusion of his tal'he' (, from this affair will go to the I ,, : {pi'4ks your 1 K HM! juditt
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building Tuesday evening in-ill .. \\11||
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this Church. showed the group innumerable : Harry-Anna Crippled Children'sHome Lions Hear Currie L. yr tour gout
it at 7.20: o'clock program leader Carolyn + : K MIh.'S. 4 .insUlt ||H IttMHl au'
!:camellia blossoms taken from hid: at Utnatilla. which,, is operated .. ,
Mrs. Paul lUvmond, hostesses. : ': r.isi.m .r aniltNim I .11
bushes giving the names of each, by the Elks. Discuss FHA \ is: or nuiiivir.: IMIO.M I.: IMS I.UIl"II"'lIt
open louse I Set Mrs( Dave Paulk, Mrs. A. li. .
and then gave each member several Tickets are $1.50 per couple and 0 JmlKr'k: t url. llrntl-
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Baker
Mrs. John D ,
-as. Clifford L Curne. ; Malr l .rld.
I For Doctors ClinicThe blo ms to tike honet : are on sale at Koch's AI"arez I: I:< ,,,t'.< :o-L.I\\> 'r,-''ii., P, COLONIAL FLORIST
director of the Farmers
> .rijg 'h'' so ial Iv.ur the Store and the Guidon Grill. I
staff of I()tors f'lir.K Presbyterian omen ministration spoke at the I'loiiila. l" \ll rrroons
delirious home I: ..
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hosterer'ed !
In Hit l.klalr: 1t".1 NON.t() ST. .
siaikf.: 1-t.!
"irdulh. invite.- the : Club Wednesdaynight \'
Hospital Met made che. and cdfc. .
Tuesday ry ale OES To MeetThe
h' rl'n I t''t'i t
publli to a'lend i ipi'n! lli>ii.ie oil I interesting description of I -.
UII"i I'lM I"'K
'her ((first ann''''''' mi Thuidav I I gram carried on by this : ami T.-(.," v, ''.I
The .
regular monthly meeting of of the .
bimonthly meeting .
:: Party tit. .td'\ 1 ,
Birthday > u ..
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March >, Guests at this meeting - -- -- .
:3 tram i -i ..
he Presbyterian Women of the Order of the Eastern Star will beheld ('nun.,, .. ,' - .., .,. "
Draw-Tile rhT\ '
Farber Bob Firth of the oI' '
For
( 'nur h was held Tuesday eening Gary .
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II' '
Monday: evening at S o'clock
and H M Snutterly.
; in the church.Mr tallY! first |l"lld, ,r: /u I.' 1-
Faiber was host to 26 of Hall. '"''I i 1'1> -\.1 I '
Gary the Masonic : WHY
John Muon had charge of In r 1j.net'r.: I PAY MORE?
if all \ < n/ i :
his friends at a party at his home .
,
The devotion assisted by Mrs. I r .mi -I.! .
4 on S. Adams St. Thursday evening.FVb. proli.ith! "..1 l ii 1
.. J.J.I.
\ Hrrbeit Green New Officers
', : 19 on the occasion of hu 11th SKA.I! 'I 1'1.! \ \
**M >.j".tl'd are: Historian, Mrs. Lester birthday anniversary. '. Hi.I'll".' d! I. I Graves Home
NEW ('rew, Church Extension Mrs Brttv .\. I 1'.1 Dairy
"j.ff\' Outdoor games were enjoyed :
ELECTRONIC Evelyn Cooper; Christian Educa followed by a weiner roast on the

lion Mrs L. Fulwood: Annuities r. jo i itlnl: ii Watch Timing irt.L.rlf.CrpW back la..n.I Still Sells Grade .1 t
: u( Ihr Ifiuiit* Judo. Pllsll'uZfl;
ilVw/4 nd Relief, Mrs. Ralph Yarbray
.. ; I Mrs. Lloyd Farber was assisted ('..unt). I'liirlitu In I'ru-
r1. MClt
InstrumentCHECKS AY > .* Well the social whirl seems to our own Mary K.
orr Secy., Mrs. Hazel Green and
; I j m caring for her son's guests by I: ..f "I', ',. -., .- .\
the Congiatulations'; Brad
EVERY tUN.I officers remaining in office are: | Mrs.: Traxler, Gary's teachrr. "!t,:;. hasIO'f'J down a noUh for I

I CHIT WITH Pn-sident. Mrs E. M. Da'Is'ke; -, Carl Hunter, and Mrs. Carrie Lenten season, which is as it now stationed with the :-> .. '.. stud |'rrk..ii. llnt-

should be I think Fond mamas :Norfolk is spending nr lliiinn \cnin MILK-25cQt.
1,7ltlt I lltlldDlt. President Mrs. Robert Paterson; Ward. : .
,
> Secy. Mrs. Guy Andrews; Treas., i are probably staying up nights wife. Sharon and will!! sail ....h nf \ < .' "
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TIME 0-GRAF rfiiiiii.l i
Mrs W. J. Epr rson. Jr.; World 'L. S. Hutto Honored planning those new Easter frocksfor 11 abroad the USS dfin.in.lI I .

unit arum Mission, Mrs. J. G. Caldwell; : the glamour girls in the six months' duty in ma\ li.\ .1 i. <. > .

mini'."HttitiiCHU : ".& f Ac t4I.hY Spiritual Growth. Mrs. C. C.lVv'nn !'At Birthday Dinner family, while doting daddies are I Don Ray Tilley is of' said l hair i'>.nl', >'I 1 't J'' BUTTER MILK -- 20c QT.

L 1 Union Finance Co. in '\' of l Hr.IY"d'' 1 .T' .
I doubtless awake
-0 .c'A' tA/ Assembly Special Causes, lying worrying .
9 M THl Lxr/ltto'uu AICNtKAM /7 7 Mrs David Montgomery; Steward-! Mrs. L. S. Hutto entertained at about paying for them As for Lt. Bill Edwards left for his "<'
KMT ii (>iroMO LCww*/4t rrdoato M/d ship Mrs. J. It. Kite; chairman, I a family dinner party Sunday in me it'll be back to the closetto fornia Monday to be th.i'O'lld"i' r 'I.,> .1.l >.i' We Deliver Every Day

.,, S Circle 1. Mrs. K. G. Duncan; chair celebration of Mr. Hutto's 72nd: see if that '52 number can be the Eastern Theatre of of li.i-: i I,

,.I.t tty I man, circle 2, Mrs. W. T. Jackson. I birthday anniversary. brightened up a bit with a new Wife June is staying ... th,-litll' pl.i.: I, :. t. Sunday Included

S COTS YOU Helping Mr. Hullo celebrate the ribbon here and there and made parents the J. G. .'" add" > --. ,i .
l L.r'
fa ThH Surprise Party occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Charley ,I to do for this year's Easter two weeks before :>nt. ..r i ... 1 \ KT. 2. BOX 202 -- STAKKE. I'L\

SOENTirX i SXE Parker of (Holly Hill. Mr. and Parade How about you? Ventura Calif where 't'F h ,1.la".i,i i .1'i
For Mrs. Foreman of I with her sister Mary Jo l! !., r'.I. PHONE hi: FOR SEKMCE
\Mrs. T. F. Hullo and children The Blanding rumors are still .I I"h' II i V .
W. Anderson until Bill I ..' .,' ",
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Brad ,,running rife with Leeney Linsin '
Mrs. Dolvin Foreman was delightfully ? i f ... 1S OR STOP oi R TRI t h mm IR:
Carl Robert Locke Mrs. Shellie Hall, Mr. and providing unofficial headquartersfor back 1 \
i surprised at a birthday .
1 .1 Mrs. M. C. Wells, and Mrs all the latest dope Every The marriage license i

party in her honor given: by her ,Carolyn! Kinney and son Wayne. time she sees an Army truck pass seemed to perk up

Official Watch Inspecto, family at the J. and J. Restau- I by she runs to the door of Ducky's the important little papers

Seaboard Airline rant Monday evening. Schaeffer Home but worse( luck) it always turns to Frank Thomas

the when it reaches Eunice Griffis Charles
wrong way :
K. Ii. Co. Among those attending the party -'Scene Of Party the corner of Call and Walnut McCullough and Lois Rae On I Your InsuranceOur
were Dolvin Foreman, Jr., Mr. I
I Much speculation however, on the Xorman Eugene Sanders
Mrs. Anna McCullough was
and Mrs W. T. Colsen and Rev. significance of a certain sergeant raine Audrey Lee: and '
honored at a birthday party
ROBERTSJEWELRY and Mrs L. D. Haines. j (lof the Airborne i moving here Duaine Hamilton and J
I Tuesday evening Feb. 17, at the
during the past week He and Julia Starling Hear
: home of Mrs. George Schaeffer.
Executive Board ,his family are occupying one of Sgt. R. W. Reese has sail -

i Several games and bingo were the Lex Green brick cottages Japan after a year ; Agency Can Save

I The executive board of theWoman's played during the e'enlngith 'I'near the Legion home11at's '

lour Jeweler1, i'prizes awarded to the winners. I' ? : That's what all Call
Friendly up
Club will meet Thurs- : .
i TODD You Up To 20bOn
r
I Enjoying the affair were Mrs. Street is wondering about ,
day afternoon. Mar 5, at 3:30: I
Phone :2tiO! Starke Fla. | Robbie Shaller Mrs. Rudolph Baroness Stackelberg reports in' ELECTRICAL \ s
o'clock the club
in house. i Sink Mrs. Joe Cumber Mrs. Fred ,,her Jacksonville Journal column Your Insurance '

I Pellum Mrs. Mary: Lappe. Mrs. ::that exciting news is afoot in RADIO & \-

Joe: Martinez and Mrs. Charlie the Phil :Maguire residence at 2552Brandyw REPAIRS

,Powell. >ne St. in Washington
.
: >
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.v D. C. Seems their petite All work done locally WHY PAY MORE ?

:Training Class brunette daughter. Sue is planning Guaranteed; I for 6
i j E. Conner
I to be married there on April Lucian Conner
4S Hours to 1 Week
Elects Officers .
;115. to John Clifford of Rochester.N
i
: Y. and Washington Mrs EARL DAGEN; ,
KennyMiller was elected Leader. remembered heno! I ID '
k. ROBERTSTRADEIN Maguire: is SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS j
(oi the Methodist Church Membership ,course, as Frances Darby Says -

e''"' fad Training: Class being con- the Baroness: "The wedding '

h diii"ted by Rev Thomas G. Mitchellit which will be a large oneM 1)1

t BULOVA the First Methodist Church of 'take place at the Church of the LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR INSURANCE

Starke each Saturday morningat Blessed Sacrament in Washn.e''n' -MEAT a.L .
Fl-:
o'clock until March 2**. ,
10 Attractive Mrs. Edward Wh: TARKE PROBLEMS

Members of the training class will I the former Mary Hurlev. daugh-

SALE be received into church membership '
patr.uk
: ter of General and Mrs
Fri., Sat. Feb. 2;
March 29.
Palm Sunday,
on
bnd- -
;i Hurley. will be one of the '
/ Miller elected secre- DOriSLK FITI:
Marcia was regal!
j maids. And Sue will wear a

> tary In the election held last Sat- I gown of white lace over satn: THE WILD

NOW Get BIG Savings urday. '. Already pre-nuptial parties are I I ix .vxxtt) COLOR THESE SAVINGS

.' being arranged for her. With Stewart Granger

7"* Trade ir old watch \VinsonleClass "Pt'Jlla'U/: re is a prominent \\end-ll! Corey

f .,,./; your Florida and Washington attorney .AM & Extended Coverage On Dwellings Save Up To 20
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Wmsom Class: of the Baptist -
The
for and for many years was one of
smart new
r a : Church met Monday eveningat the 'Bright Boys' on the White GUN PLAY On Business Property & Merchantile Save UP To 20

the home of Mrs. Jim Bitch at pith Tim Holt -
House staff serving as a spec.alassistint -

BULOVA ..e State Farm \\it.1irs.. Lawrence to President Truman. Chapter 5; serial and (' Automobile Collision Save Up To 15

,, Dugger as cohost +!.
Regordless -" The Maguires lived for some yearsin

t The devotion was given by the Orlando and were in Athens. Sun.. Mon.Mar.. Automobile Liability Save 15
? Mote .
cMSe. -., .' class leader Mrs. W. B. rund). Greece from 1947 to 1949" FLAT TOP h_ _
Condition! > "rc followed .with prayer by Mrs .
.. Regret to learn that Dons IX (' >LOK Farm Equipment Save 15 .
,," Shirley Toilet. After the busmess "
Begue has suffered a relapse and \\ Ith Mt-rlinj; Ha)dn and -
shortcake and
:r.eetir.g, yes .stravbfrrv--erved by :.hc hostesses. is confined to the St. Vincent's ard Carlson Personal Effects Jewelry, Furs & Cameras Save 15' a

Hospital And. of all things i -- -- _
and -- -
I'lus Cartoon \ --
#?L7 Alyce Graham is laid up with" the Tobacco Barns Save 15 ;
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x ti mumps! Pass the pickles Tu{'&.. Mar. ::1- OX -- -- -

J P HEAR BETTEROR please Nice to see Emma Hill Live Stock Save 15 f!

up from Tice for the weekend. and -- -- -- ---- -- .- h __ _
"A' / PAY NOTHING! to learn that she has recovered \\ jilt Keefe: Kra-s+elle. Tourist Courts Save 15

itIr" / 1' ,+ from injuries received when a le-t Lionel Barrj-more ___ I
\II ItTKIlETIlCI IUII1EE'
t v .at $ r driver barged out of a side road L-wi i.. !stone
Garage 15 '
Liability Save
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1Ji in front of the car she was dining I'lu! Cartoon and __ __ __ i1
- weeks And the
several ago .
7fNITJ'8- Tobacco Hail Insurance Save 10'
flu bug has added to its victim.- Wed. Thur. Mar
MISS UNIYLRSE AMERICAN GIRL '
t PRISIDEN
Taponi.ar "
this week: Davey and Annie Lewis. DOUBLE FEA I

Martha Yancey, Thelma Alvarez.
o oc t r HEARING AIDS SEA
$ $5730 I .Pon3ton wand
f3975 R. F. Youi:g. B. T. Thomas family
$4950 T-.Itt! 3h.A': M4Ctt;; : With Marguerite
? Neil Joyner B. C. Holtzendorf. Jr Bros. Insurance Agency

racK $75 6tr'alteeo-rcr. .. Bettie Deas, and Sandra Johns; John Archer
II ras W
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Also sick but not flu ar I ANDSOUND I


Ii ROBERTS JEWELRY CANOVA man Myrtle. .Anderson. Becky and and Jan Herb Phillips:-GH-I IS :SUPER \ Writing All Lines Of Insurance 4


- have chicken pox .

four Friendly Jeweler PHARMACYPhone Have been seeing some very I Plus With Latest Mickey World RooDf' COURTS!. PHONE; : 2H38R.Df'ORD ;

160 Starke Fla.LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAA.,, clever cartoons in "Suntime", the j

]PHONE :!60 STAUKE. FLA. I t new Florida magazine, signed by I I

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*.a t> !a<.r art btrtbjr njtif.d that a si.t forI Save Money I '
re ad : Ibs
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r.Id rte f* n.1 r 15'bs 51.13
t.all been filed igalatt you In th* 100
IN THE NEWS j ; '. .i-iifd Court and rauor and above has been Limed fled Court against! and> ..

.. .. .. .r..4yutred. .. to serve a copy of you are required! to serve :t
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pleading the '
III I II # # .f <-r or to com.a ancMrer pleadingcomJ On Famous Jane
-- .. your or : Parker
; r n the Plaintiffs Attorney : int on the I
Mr and Mrs W D Saxon an'n Mr ana Mi- Edward S Shep-, Ray Selden.. Beach.Selden Florida Cuildisf.Daytooc. Attnrncy. T FrankStark TALCO LAYING MASH'

ni-lren al,vie and Conn. Sue pard o: J<.i Ksonville !spent Saturday and file tbe original In the office and file the* Fl'-nda.original !In th>- ,. -

of A'lanta., Ga. were weekend with Mr and Mrs M. H "f the Hrrk of the Circuit Court on tee Olerk of the Circuit i --'. >nor $115
tr before the before the 25'bs
visitors oi Mr and Mrs. Calvin ,Sheppard.Mrs. 20 day uf U-r.-h. 1!&S2.: 30 day i-f March. !"', I 1oo16s 54.99
otherwise the allegations of i ldCompUInt otherwise the allegations '.
John* Vernon Silcox. Mrs Stanley s u a
will be taken ..
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a. con- ,..
Implant will be taken *! l t.:>
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Among those from the Method N'oegel;: and Mrs T. C. Hazen. Jr. f -.wd l II y >'"u. ei by you
nIl notice shall t* published This! nctc: than te -h-d
t Youth who attended p.
: Fellowship attended: the Junior Woman
Lace each week for four consecutive .
once *ah week f..r fur < --e' utive
the Gainesville District Youth Club'g Presidents Council in Jacksonville weeks In the Bradford County Tele- weeks ::11 the Bradft O -. !\ SUGAR ROSE
lraph.
Telegraph
Ftally tn the First Methodist en Wednesday. hated this J":; dax of ...bru..r:.. I.4'.J, ", _' his : .. '
church In Ocala last Thursday. hicks at 'Sistrunkn. 19aOFFICIMEEAL !'.' Jane Parker :
Kaby ( ,
( ) Charles A.DartClerk \ (OFFICIAL SEAL rt.ar.s< : : A I'arfcy TOMATOES23C
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hell Ann Cressler. Linda Johns B/ ) :day dO L r .t: 1'1' :'t I .rlt ColdenSugaredor
family spent the weekend in I
Botby Ferguson Smith.Barbara DTI II
Tommy
Auburndale where they attendedthe I )303
MrComb. Joyce and Joan
Orange Festival and a familyreunion la (<< Irrull ( uart. llradfurdKlurldat t''U.1. L
Shol!) Jackie Hobbs. Sandra IB ( .......... 1 !
at the home of Mr. and John .\ 1.1,\ Ing'tunr PlamtffEdythe I Cans

i.hns Harry Green F'hwbe :Mrs. Bill Lawson.Mr : -K l.!\\ ,ng-tonr Infenlj'a ">... ATTENTION CinnamonDONUTS I
,Teen Judy Green Ann Johns t ",: N', ..
and Mrs. W. T. Ziegler and '|>llre To IpprartTo I
and Bvron Newcomb. Kdythe t:. .ivinghtnnt-, \\ *., -. I j imins
sons. Joe and Vic of Jacksonville If You HavePINE lOH\EU
\l> and Mrs William W. Seller r-sidru. t- and adilm-k i3ftl: 1'a. "
visited Mr Ziegler's sisters, Mrs L".ul.\.rd. San iHrgu. ( '
(<< ,of Burlington. N. C. are guests R. C Dampier and Mrs. J. D. suit Yuu for are! nrrcljy auinrd that a OR CYPRESS BEEF HASH /Ib*> 29c
Claude Crowson 19c1
f Mr and -frl. .
.
.
Griff. on Monday and also attended I>i\/r. and .thr rrltrfhas
the past weekend and this coming been filed against you in the TIMBER TO SELL
the funeral of a cousin.. "ove named Court and causr arid II VRRis
weekend while enroute to and from ,
Albert L. Sullivan in Theressa.Mrs. you are required to sera copy of Large or Small Tracts
Key West your aii.-Mcr or pleading the TUNA FISH 6
or
con
the Thomas F. Sherwood of complaint on the Plaintiff 23c
J. Davis was
Mm Rawson Attorney William D.
i I Morgan We All
Herkimer. NY., who a spendingthe ttuu
r ivernlght guest last Thursday off SOT Clark Building. Jacksonville.
winter in Melbourne, was the, Florida, NOKTHKKN
and Mr Jack Scott in Jackin1le :and file the original in the office of
': former residents of guest of Judge and Mrs GeorgeA the rierk of the Circuit Court on PAY TOP PRICES Jane Parker Cherry
PAPER roll//
I Gardiner the first part of the or before the TOWELS 150KETCHUP
Starke 30 day of M&TI'h. 1953; O

Mr and Mrs G. P. Dover and week. otherwise the allegation of said

George Dover returned to their I ('aM", !:.. and onion plants at 'omplant by you.will be taken an confessed {Write{ or Call 1C \\ \ I'.1-:

home m IIlbbln Minn on Monday :""Ii"tnmk+_ ;!I one This! each notice week shall for four be cootteiutitrweeks published I M oz bottle

after a week's visit with Mr Mr. and Mrs F. A. Hartmannand in the Bradford County Tele 17e I
graph. B. THOMAS
and Mrs It A. Colson awl Mrs Krnest: Phillips spent the I laird thiJ.:!."> day of Frl.ru.i-\

}O' F Flume weekend at Jacksonville Beach IOFFICIALSEAL I,1 1J-13.: ION x nit M II.'J xvv
) Charles A.DarlvIi. LUMBER CO.
Mr and Mis It. J. Andrews with Mrs' Hartmann's brother !, rK .'r the ''in ut .I: '
and daughter liaibara Jean are I land> sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs l*> Miriaii I.. t'-i', Iitpntx: ;'i 1' r-. PHONE 211 J sP Jane Parker HOT CROSS3dBUNS COCOA Ibbox 37c:

pending the eekend In Ozark. i:. W Phillips.Mr. I 0. Box 735
I ,nTH K 1O .\PPK\lt:
Ala visiting relatives and Mrs. T L Caseyhad la ( I mill ( i.arl llradfnril i.unlf. STARKE, FLA. (,01.11) oi{ In\: II.

Mr and Mrs. Charles Darby at- as guests! during the weekend MrsR. Klurlda In <(< Lanerry. CANE

',-nd.- ;
'ion in the Seminole Hotel in Jack- N'eeld of Jacksonville.Mrs. ." -

ionvllle last Friday Jo;. -A. Hartmann wa .1 -p H \V (m... \NORTH KKN

Mrs Juanita Phillips and children -I business visitor in Jacksonville OIr.I r.

( were in Gainesville shopping BEANS 12 oz. package
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afternoon.Mrs I Monday. THEATRE5TVWK1 : :, -- : 13c
ast Thursday
I
Mr and Mrs H. G. Newcomb of

J M Awards joined Mr I Orlando are spending a few da\s ION V ( 'tt\' \ IIEBPINEAPPLE!)
i
Edwards; in Miami last week, who Flavor Perfect
i this week with Mr. and Mrs. G. S HORMELS --
"-as there on business and both : NewcombI Dedicated To Community ServiceMovie No. 2 ?1-2 con 25c

ffturned home on Sunday.CnhiMRr Are Better Than E\er"
I and Mrs. DrewKeddish 01 i ij
at
and onion plant .
sUtrunkft.Comer j I Gainesville spent the weekend If you find jour name concealed in the Florida Tht'atrl'd CHILI. KIKHKN l'1I \101WAXED

horn.-Perryman for the of weekend Jacksonville '1 dish.with Sheriff and Mrs P. D. Ued1 cut ad out and present: it to Hox Office for FREE TICKETS cl PAPER 23c


was A. Z. Adkins Bert Newcomb and Harold Sat. Feb. 2s ONLY Tue: Wed. Mar. '5. 1 _
Mrs.
and
art Judge attending the Judces conven- Davis were in Orlando over theweekend IU(. 1)01) HLi: FE \'I'I( HERij1 CON CARNE 1-LB (idtltKIC STK \I\KI

ion in O ala from Thursday to visiting Bert's grandmother Rij&lRS& g BABY FOOD for
Mrs. II. P. M"y'-. 3 2ge

SaturdayMrs H r 1I..It t'n.1orf. Jr. spent Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddishand ....- a W.m I p With Beans CAN I II

Tie weekend in Miami with her suns Mike and John, and Mi \\ lUTE OK RKI!

familyMr J. S. Sapp attended the 71M) bull. sptingtim KARO
SYRUP
and Mrs D D. Oliver and day dinner of Elder Ian Tiii k..r i 23c

Mrs Alan Frank of in Adele Ga. on Sundaj. I
daughter t'le1fl'as II>>I IIn _

Fort UudrrUate were weekend i "I r. and Mrs Jack Seep and Yvonne De Carlo)John Ireland DINTY MOORE HORMELS

guests Of Misses: Minnie and 'children and Mr and Mrs Wilbn I! S .. f tlte ".t" ...1\1 LyeBettger'Rlchard.len'! I MAZOLA OIL pint 33c

Uunita prsaent. Sapp of New Symrna Heathit i N I I- DmctK t|Jerry HopM I TENDER

Mr and Mr I Harry Mooty had,Sunday evening guests oi Shenit Sciw ijt N rear oat I (
week iPpp I.U4. ..I ltd)h t C*ta ll| TKtfriMKH I i BEEF
as guests during the past ?;and Mrs P. D. Reddish ROMERO l, IUI ttM ARGOKGLOSS
CNtS
of Orlando:' 7Ji:jTu A
Hvans: STARCH
Mrs. Marjcaift: Milton St Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile hadas 10101 ( ', e VIENNA 7cAIR
and Mr and Mrs.
.. Gal\O'svl11t' I guests last Sunday Mi lIallr- BRENT "J ] I I'lus ".ink and Blur. Blur.." ('ar- :,
j't'I. '1
M-
mi
and Mrs. Don Chapman brother-in-law and sestet < auvilT U tonii Tins 1.\1..1 \\orld 1'I j(!I I WICK I
MI .
Mrs Roy L Dial <-t Alb
.nd baby t.i i > 'ala spent the week- Mslriinks.Mr. I..K '."..jiiinaMaKMthin" ( urttton STEW S E
nah ihUksul : I
roll with their parents. Mr. andMrs > C. I'. ('OWEN:
( and Mrs K: S Matthew and Ctiap. :\n. 8 Serial SAUSAGE CRISCO

Al lUitmann and Mr. and returned to their home henSun, : Ib can 31 c 3fc can QCjc

Mrs lo Champion. day after spending two months m J. H. WHITE Thur., Fri. Mar.: 5: 6
Mrs I. I) Green and Mrs. A'I,

f Saula were in Jacksonville last Orlando with Dr and Mrs H B Sun.. :.Mon. : 7-2' Ib OZ IVORY SNOW
1'hursJi !McLendon.Lt. Mar. i 1. 2 Jfylfes 1 1' 43C 4 19C Igepkg 27e

Mr and Mis' Charles Hardy and and Mrs Charles W. Mooney M-G-M Can Can
-
presents
'tuldren were in Gainesville on I i were recent guests of Lt 11Ilnt'"si S DIAL SOAP large bar for
Moonev Lt PLYMOUTH 2
Afiel
sundav visiting Mrs. Charles, mother. Mrs a '_ '' 33c
', who has been stationedat
Hardy Sr Ioone} '
.
Mrs J F Hardy and dau h- : Ft Knox Kv. left Saturday ADVENTURE -

ers Janet and Jane return/ for Ft U-wis. Washington whero -.. :: 2cxwntM Friend (H R h FROZEN
Monday after ten days' he will report for overseas dutv ", -MGEM
home fr 1.-
snwra cru'
Mr any Mra. KugeiwFrensle in Yokahama. Japan Duringhis ,"
isit with '. EJWEwit FRYER WINGS6 29C
in Nashville Tenn. absence his wife will remainin 'ILVJg ANNE MACDONALD

MrsV T Jackson and !sister Greenville with her parents. OJ/&SOaY'qE

I BAXTERCAREY
of Wiliiston |
Mrs FrankVeaver
Ptu, "(..iwkiH I. (J.: (Cartoon and Fresh Tender
SI PER RIf.HT lOKEDBONELESS
:: f !i- h .!..h\! tcixt-n ". inttn n l.att'.t :News I'ltis "Fit To Iw Ti.-d" Cartoon
Louden and children in Tampa ; n t.> alllll| l I" thr l.-Ki-latun- cor Ib
weekend. itir Stair "f Ki".ndd.1t !t' r"'ll.tr 59C
ver the i BUTTS lli
'Iil.: : fur th- agr
.rti'n Apul l luvxf POLE
Mrs. P. A. BEANS
Mrs JV Andrews .> a local bill thf -ui.>nii! < 1uht r AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1 AAA, 17C
Moore and !>.<' Moorer visited Dr. h oontempUtrtt law 1 i- a- I.'I) l .
'
and Mrs F H Roberts at Jacksonville low*An Act t<' authonn1 miinw.' !
,, 3 JEWELRY Sl'l'Elt KK.I1T !
.
a nd direct the f\i\\ ''.in. ''I f
Tuesday.Dr .7
Reach P
on \St .\L
I'L.rdn! t > .4 i
the Oily of awtex :
M H Herlong and Mrs pay to O J ,\nd..rI th.. UMI ..fUn '1 BACON Ib
DolUr ($100) f..r ...1. h stud! '. SLICED CELERY2 stalks
this te
arrle Adams are spending every -onvtoli in the Mav.r .4 0 SAVES you 5jg. 59CI 9c

week at Lake Pelancey Court of the CitIA."I' \ ... .
1 1" ",.'
duriKK Ihr ral..nd.tr,1' ( I
Mr and Mrs Lapp have
Harry .. '.t
f" hl- 1.
oompm-atii'n 'v''1.- .
moved from the Denmark home,I an Mayor during soul \"-.1' i :. r (lll 1C K

at :tk) Ha\ street to the Bishop n."C.Attorney.I. Pattennty 1..t'. 11'\ ". 3 + on exciting new [ [GIN/ LETTUCE 2 heads ISc I

.
nom at 401, Washington! Are I It : .4 FROZENFILLETS"
RED 29CVZEI.IA
Mi! nnJI.s Carl Fillyaw are .4 .1 11 6'1 Offer .
To WHOM IT )1.t"'n:\ .4 __ : Special Introductory I I
:N.-tli-e herein given "1 "r<'!n"i
uiw' living: :n LaVe Butler where I is .
to apply I trt the t ''n'iat'ir.: f "t I BANANAS
M> Killvsw hits opened a plumbing|..att' of Florida at 1t,. ,i.'culu. -i +. S 2 Ibs

.h'>;> Mr FI1)'Qhu recentlybeen slon In April last. for tli.- pa--.u.. /',. ALL :\IEA TFRANKS 25c
,.f a Wai hill. the -ul-'.ui. ( .
dis''hareed from the Army whirh "'ont.-mpl.il.> <1 1.1. law ,- al t .4 Ih cello

n Fart Sill OklaM l 1.\\*' .' ., I' i ItQ 49C.,
.\n Ail aulh..I'llnl': th. i
t' T H Harding was horn 1',1'"f thr .'1\\ ..f 1.\\I \ POTATOES
Kl\,'rida, t.> fix 'A Or.lnan. 'VT 10 ib 39cSWANSON
Keeslervteii
.1 :shesrtkend from ...I.rll'tl other < ,>mj tn-,i' I
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M1.!> S n' all ,'ttrl. ..f n!,. "''I' e I !
I
( Albert! Kruse of loll wh'I" d I'r\ lot 11I\./.' "I I' .. h e t __ .
apt Camp I Iialari.1I'n. -. I IVORY SOAP med bar 3/o.23c '7 .".
HIIIV La \istted Mr. and Mrs hr 'hanK.t. during bo. ,
off"" of a -u.I h '::1 r ( ,
e.siuR.jro; last week while en- t'eoigt" 1 I., Put- ., /p-i; i 5f 0 Ka-t fall >t.Starke. .
". to iiiN home in Miami :tAt! r"I. x i .
CAMAY SOAP yes bar, 3 for 23c Ha.
.
M al'j 1 Mrs X M. Smith have :'lE DCRA $44 75 LAKESIDE $44 75 : :
\oliri: in MITn
,...t its giieMs: their parents. Mri la rirrull (' url. llradfurJ ('uul< J- >l'o.k '.. ,or-- $49 7S aKr>prl. 5 .
.. 4 J45 '! al'er Apr.1 5
i ,' Rolden of Miami. 1..1.1.: !. tk nr r C.IANTSI/K
IrJ"rr ( (.. ;
'
.
t'.igrnr' KAI'lan.[ M \ i
,'er ''hi vkend, and Mr and !In..K.\\.I..t..n.tHI'| r,.. \ ip. OXYDOL1Wzs :
,...... EJ -- BONELESS
67
T :
M H T Smith of L>ons. Ga. 'P..t. '. 'nok cater dust mistant .uhirxiil unbru.a; >k CHICKEN
T. Ja> >]iirl.ni': K.I"I .
.. Pius Elgin i be.1nh.1/ ne\er break!
M mr.iand Tuesday.I d j\ and .1dr -- '- ]1-: -- <
the I..''''ud DuraPo er Maiospr.ag : I
s'ifrt Oanihrm Hi zh'- I. .4
I and Mrs Lemuel Colson Und 'I''' \.irk\ .4 LARGE I'Kfi. GIANT; SIZE I )11 J OZ. < \

+ .. Mrs Yoj ar. >" -r.i>\ M .1'f '. t1 ..1uit I .
"t> had i as i guests; Mr. and for : shop and save during ELGIN'S SPRING TIME SAVINGS : TIDE 28c 67c
.. Nc
: wl Col-on. Jr of Panama l>i\ 'r.'f
has 1 h.-n f'1: against: x I'ah''t : .4 pp5
'. -n"r Fndav to Monday, andv and . I Fricassee
< u.- d''ourt -1 < 11
OTHERS TO CHOOSE : 49cSWANSON
FROM
S Colson and c "-t'of
mi MrsV / u .t ru r. to rrx. a
.. ir ax.. 1\1..41"0 .* '.. .4 pp. JOY for dishes 6 oz hot 29CM I
,if Gainesville. formerly of I.\aa' i.n tie Plaintiff- .\" rxT : $19.95 : 1
to $87.50
,we Park on Monday Mrs Frank Landrun. .r .
K:,'nd...
\V < Colson and children are and (..1.' tt. r ..: al!..r. !!hc' '' .4 p. M \ !I
the i"i"U .f the I' ','nit i"'I '."" PI.!
:: Mg with her mother. Mrs. .. SEE OUR WINDOW
V: I t- DISPLAYED
n ol i !- n'! .1 M,TA' Knight in Gainesville while:11)51; nlbfiw >.' the a'teKati-r-: .4 DINNER NAPKINS pkgofw I5cM -- BONED
said C.'r-pU.n* w'I:: be taken I
a> n- .4 pp.
\1' studvingr for
Colson is six .. ..
fc >rd t.y x< j.
ks as a representative for Tkl n"t.r ha'.l 1 I. pV-' .,1once SIMPSON : I
.
each \x,i'k f..r f.>::- t'.n-r ;' vrweeks \K( AI.
.' .1.le! laboratories. Inc a New la thr l>ad? M.n'x Tcraph '. ll

'; ,'U GEM E PASTEL NAPKINS >u
c. \ternMr I JEWELRY lOcI
.
Dated t. ii .i!1-x F -I'x i Turkey 53c
: ana Mss Wilbur Scott had ,,153 I
I;tOFFIOIAL SEI'h.."- .. .\ D.rlv i The Houe of iI
Fine
week i Diamonds
.. : guests; Mr and Mrs. .
: Clrkf "if r'r -u'! O irtBy
Walter Glatzau and Mrs Robert Marun L Crosl-y PrU!v C!.>rk .
"STARKE: LEADINCi; JEWELRY"Starke. pp. T TEAALNAPKINS
_
II
" : : f: .4 I
tatzau and son Tfanmy. of De- pp.i profit 10c

'and and Mrs F. V Kert of Ot- NOTICI: 10 trrtutri. Fla. : Prices in this ad effective thru Sat. Feb.
.. j 2Mb.mm. .
Canada I. {'f..I( ( llr wa )5)Yridai I. (........'1 I TTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTT' TTY..TT..TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' .

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PACE SIX''TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK, FLORIDA

KKIIIIAYYYYTTYYTYYYTTVTYYYTYT --... F'nH1...IIH U't.'II' v 's

Wl 'plants are loaded with lots and any before: not enough fertilizer
4 Greecf the Esgksh:: I departmentand \otlce T. 1//ear.
lots of little, berries andit
knotty I : r"-t' .. ,
4 ReB J a''l; i' 1
E / FARMER'SDIARY is a job to pick and discard !I During the week we attended a RURAL Williams of the aurgter.! PUin'iff: \. 1. .
science o: RJE directed the tram Thomas Mi'fit', l"rtrndant
4 them. But; we have the job about wedding at the First
Baptist
COMMON Ca.e
SENSEBy .::g of this contestant X. 5. Let Us
Thoroughly
4 when T'1 L l.aa! Th\ $! .
half done and well be glad Ir"hrl1'
I Church in Lawtey. Jeanette Starl- The also rad.nrr a.tJ adJr<-.- :- 7: lta.. ,
post entertained the
/ .I: it is finished. If we have good Spuds Johnson :'t"I. l??,'i..i i> n \-" \ ,>rk
ing I made a bode 4th '.. Wash Your Clothes
very pretty Division of the 11th Districton \ a err h"lf' ) n'-'t ttoII
!: luck, should more berries ttat
we pick
By Sam McGarvey 3 3The I' and unlike most Sunday, Feb I['suit for
E grooms Lynn 15. Its
report ,
!: than we've ever been able to pick I J\\"mt> custody and Ct>nt-<>I "'
author MiO be clad to re4 before. Hamilton was not nervous but DECLINE IN CATTLE showirg an increase of membership has in.niT bn cluldrrn 9 Fouidj

r.Ue Items of lntr..t coooern- 4 !i: 1 just happy. Lots of luck to them! PRIG STKE".' SliD from 16 to 34 sir.ce last above named filed Court axainst and yon cans la and the

t fog the acti-iUe. of farmers la ...4 I Sam doesn't mind picking berries I FOR HIGH EFFICIENCYRecent Octobtr was warmly received you your are answer required or to pUadlag serve a copy of For 40c!

Bradford County. Suggestions maybe 4 !v Still feedng: our tiny herd of The Post has also purchased 1U complaint on the Plaintiff to the

left at the Telegraph office or 4 4 : but he sure blows a fuse : cows (and we're glad it is Uny: (declines in beef cattle colors, seal, gavel, and other Law AttornrEvan Eiohance T Evan! 103 FREE Bleach I If Desired!

s. D'1JJW to Sam McGaney. L&...tey, ...... I i when he spills them out of theI I The cottonseed meal gave out. so prices have emphasized: the importance equipment. The acting Chaplain.Rev. Florida Building. JacLsoavalle Temple Ave Staik

p.> 4 I cup. This happens regularly when we give them some dairy ration of efficiency in raising Randolph, is making: arrangements and the file i'lerk the of original the Circuit la tne Court orftre of
or
. .NAUVLAUVIUALLI .. ... 1WWA.Cell 1 he moves the cup along the middle -t:( and citrus pulp. Not ss much as livestock. '' with the local ministers )r before 11 da.f the
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as he picks. He should use a they would like, but all we can Efficiency in livestock production to hold a workshop and otherwise' the .&U" &t1oa. of said
*, after a lot of fussing and Ions of burned oil into it, then : afford. always has been important communion Service at the MlMonah Complaint writ be taken as coafed **.

,rooting around getting a lot ofj j added 4 gallons of Penta and i hamper! !i > but it is even more so in periods Methodist Church in Reno This bv >ou.notice hall De publuh.J
We
crank case: oil, we finally started ,'1 mixed it. We put 10 poets In the Newest arrival on our farm.i Hope to get the fence up this'lot declining prices.. When prices on March 15 at S p. m. This service once weeks each in the well Bradford for four County roaxcutlve Tel.. Will

our program of treating our own drum and the solution coveredthe Slugger (Comfort's bull calf) is;I week, and then well be able to lose drop the inefficient. producer may will be in keepingwith the vrapa Uatrd! '!1- 0. .1." ,f K,'I.r.ta" '. : Dry Your Clothes

fence pats, Got J; gallons oti I I poet about 30 inches, and then : growing like a doggone weed. He turn them loose in the field of heavily.'During religious program advocated by l'FFU't11.SEtl.> '".tI.-.t Uaii'+

I'enUchlorophenol at cost of little ; let them soak 24 hours. We then sure shows his Brahma blood. too. I:: rye which we planted for them. the past two decades the State and National American By Marian Clerk L Ci of the.bl Circuit I'rpUIClf'rk Court For 20cIn

put more posts in, and if all [as he is practically all ears and After trying to keep alive on dried- Florida livestock; producers have ,I Legion : : -ii New Automatic Drier:
over $21. it Is a 10 to 1 concentrate I !'I
of goes well well soon have the legs. When he takes out across up wire grass they will thinkthey're made notable progress and are.generally THE RIGHT POINT for theway
that is you mix a gallon i
: in the II |i in cow's heaven. Want speaking, far efficient For If'tot'r\ationnte.
I'enta with 10 gallons of an oil j posts we need to fence i the pasture he looks like a cross: I I more you urite. Come in and >elect .

base A gallon of it, when diluted, back Sedge grass field. We in between a jack rabbit and a kan ,,,, old Joy especially to get some I' than ever before. But they your favorite ESTEKBROOK Famous Hlack Hills
tend to cut more, peel them ano fast good pasture. must strive for even greater efficiency
how
matter Fountain
will treat about 20 posts, upending garoo. But no I' Pen. Only $:!.S7 at P.SSIOPL\r
I i then let them dry before treating! he grows, unless beef prices takean i I'I in view of the prospect of BRADFORD COUNTY TE I.E-
We used M-gallon'
lize. a
on I Every: Sun. The \
TueTlmrv WasheteriaAsk
them. In this way we hope to upward turn we can't count on I Used the corn lanter to fertilize lower market prices than they C.RAPII.
steel J drum and put about 40 gal.Thejre I "Ihm ."
solve the problem of enough fence getting much for him. Guess we'lleat ; our broccoli. It is a good have received in a rather long I.lr'h > 8 ".111

I posts t J keep our fences in good I him. I tool to usfor this purpose as >OTir. : TO IPPFIHI Lake Ualix Phone '! O.M i II I
time.Dr. rircoll Conrl. llradturd ( <>i.11.
condition And we think it will you simply jab the thing in the Henry Hamilton of tit Florida la Ckaarrrf.

doubly be an economical method. "Fool; rush in where angels i I soil near the plant and deposit the University of Florida Agricultural ..-
.fertilizer in this The broccoli
way. -
that Experiment Stations points
fear to tread" is a saying
We thought that our berry I I by the way. keeps producing out that in a time such as ihi-

patch looked pretty good until we just about expresses the way we all the time, and we're busy trying the wise livestock producer w/u l The Man Who Drives One!

guaranteed? visited Troy Bennett's field. His!! farm. We heard a farmer's wife :ito keep it from going to seed. examine his operations more carefully

looked exceptionally fine to us, discussing her husband's planting I.Want to get some in the freezer than ever to determine:

and if nothing goes wrong (and this week increase his eftu
plans and told .how he was afraid where he can !I' :

we hope it doesn't) the Bennetts ,I to plant now with the full moon i cy and hold his production < ust.: .

should sell a .lot.of.berries. I coming up soon. In our ignorance I J Had a pretty good stand of a minimum The Experiment S'
about such things, we just go English peas in left field until the tion economist notes that ;a r. pe' :

After quite a long spell of not ahead and plant. i larks got busy. Now we have too ods of high prices some pn lu. ,

having any berries, we are now i 1 few to work and too many to may dot give careful l attt'nt"I: t:

bark m production again, and it : The corn and green beans we plow under. efficiency or production l."t" l /t
that the : mot: '
is a relief Trouble is planted about ten days ago are I Some livestock feeds nun **

1 not up let, although the seed is If nothing goes wrong we shoulJ produced on the farm or ran.-h 'r- .a- r L v -.-.,..

I sprouting. Seems that we have ,Ii have some pretty good pepper and more cheaply than they i an br r'1

at noe !I MONUMENTSLOWEST i i not gained anything by planting\ eggplant plants this year. Theyare bought, so the economist think '-5rrL

>

I PRICESI I But we still think that 't was soon as it warms up they shoulado endeavor to grow more of such '

COST : FINEST QUALITY I i I worth the gamble. Don't know, better. Last year we boughtour feeds during the next year or so

1----- 1: what we're fussing about the I plants and they never did Efficiency in feed production includes r
No Extra
Charge
1 corn for though, for the larks will amount to anything. selection of the right cropsor

( I For Setting In Or Near I;I have a feast when it does come ]i i I i grasses, proper fertilizationand

: I II II Keeping a close record of our
for life against STARKEWrite up. j careful managementWhen
costs our two hogs and we
1 i I Ij on
I structural failure I a producer loses a i alt
I 1 j One job we certainly don't like should know whether they pay or a pig his chance of profit

I I A for 1 !/1 years against I II 1 to do is clean out the dropping us this year or not. They are ; from his livestock cnterpris- ..-
anl.0 'I I
I I V accidental failure t I : pits in the laying house. It's a both bred and we think that if reduced just that much Dr Ham-

I t i messy job at best, and with a ''we are lucky that we should get.a onh
loss not
.... ilton says. Too, his
'\ whole flock of silly hens getting. good price for feeders. But we from
-------------- includes loss of the animal
tS For Free Folder under your feet when you're t11'ing : won't save any more runt pigs to his stock for market, but it aK., HENRY

L. F. DINKINS ATLANTIC MEMORIALS. :1! to work it's a mighty disagreeable ,' eat. includes the feed and care, of the
back
ESTABLISHED 1930 I| chore. But we up I animal's mother during gestation.
t the tractor with a steel drum on Hear that runner plants are !
In other words, the feed rt'qUlredto
71S rOHST ST. the back of it, and load it up and selling this year for $8 a thousand.
PJlOXI78: STARK: LA. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA carry it away. ; Although we have yet to raise produce the animal. LOWEST IN PRICE OF ANY STANDARD
animals are
Hundreds of meat
.
: our own plants would like to try
lost in Florida every year as a
Last time we cleaned out the again. AMERICAN AUTOMOBILESEE
I ; result of inefficiency, and losse'
laying house we put the manure ; i
of this nature i in times of low
in left field, and made up straw- \ Our laying flock is now producing i

NOTICE berry beds over it. But this time again and it sure is are-I I price livestock may t'nterpriste''hpn result in failure mar-of a THE BEAUTIFUL NEW 1953 CORSAIR ON OUR FLOOR

I we put the 12 loads of it in the ,I lief on the pocketbook. For quite j sales
II gins of profit are low. more
I kitchen garden. Opened a deep.a long time all we did was shell Greater Length -- Completely Restyled Interior
For the cornvnience of the Citizens in the various I units are needed for profitable
furrow where we plan to bed up, :out money for feed, with practi-j
Districts of the County. I will visit you community on and put the manure in the furrow. !i cally nothing coming in. But now over-all returns. in I Maximum Fuel Economy
i For maximum efficiency I
Dates in Schedule below at which time Applications for Later we used disc hillers to cover i|we have plenty of eggs to sell I I
Homestead Exemption and Personal) Tax Returns i' livestock production, producers I
Property up the manure. It should help to'and they really are big. take advantage of all re- ,
will he taken. This should be done before April 1, make things grow. j I I iI i iI ii should ,
I I that will help them
I search results
J 1953.:) i i| Couldn't figure out how Happy I I produce as much of their feed as : LIBBY SALES & SERVICE

Also used some of the manure,, was getting into the orchard and( labor-saving de'iresand I
Mon. March 2 Theres&a 9:00 a.m. to 12:00: noor ,, possible, use I
We covered about
in this fashion: i I i i: from there to the kitchen garden) equipment. take prompt I
Community llldg.Mon. .
one-third of a drum of manure wire the out.
as barbed cows I II I
keeps '
1 for controlling diseasesand Starke Fla.
measures Temple Phone .{t 2
H.
March 2 1:00 to 6:00 with water and we will let it set. believe it :
Hampton p.m. : p.m. But we watched, and or insect pests, keep a sharp eye I

Community Bldg. Then we will use the liquid to ap- I not the little scoundrel gets downon on markets, and produce as high I

ply to plants which need help. his knees and crawls under thewire.
11'ed.-March 4 Graham: .9:00 to 1:00 quality stock as possible.In I
a.m. :
p.m. For example! we used some of it ,
Near Post Office on our plan in the cold frame. general, farmers would benefit I! r -

by producing higher quality I
Wed. )Iarrh.t New River 2:00: p.m. to 5:00: p.m. \ Something mighty good to eat animals than the average.AMERICAN ..o.I .
Near School Bldg. Our tomato plants are growingfine (at least for an ex-Yankee) is a !

now and we will have lots I mess of fresh beets. The root HoWTO8OSS"a1r I
Fri. March 6 Brooker 9:30ajn. to 5:00 LEGION
p.m.- more than we will need for our i are good, and the tops are de- I

Community Bldg. own use. They looked pretty puny l ilicious. NEWS NOTESThe I '
YOUR WIFE
(No. 2 IN A SERlE9)'i'u" ) ,
while back so we mixed some e
Tue. March 10 Lawtey 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. a e I I

City Hall I HyGroith water and sprayed it |' Some city folks who buy at our RobinsonJenkinsDeSueAmerican I

on the plants. It sure helped them'a Roadside Market are trying to Legion Post 314 of Qou

Thu. March 12 Heilbronn 9:00: a.m. to 2:00: p.m. great deal. .I down Starke was represented at thil ,
beat our prices down down I I eI
Spgs. In Heilbronn 1 :i Seems to us that the things a ,j Mid-Winter meeting of the 11th /I ,o f fI

While talking to Ed Durban the J District at Ft Lauderdale last .1
and i I
down,
farmer sells
have JI
Please call this to the attention of neighbor who gone
your learned that he had : I attending i
i I other day, Saturday and Sunday. Those
I but what
still going down
are
may not see it. 1 will sincerely appreciate your cooperation [ good luck with watermelons last' ? j from here were Com ( :
farmer
about what a buys Fer-j
with these \isits.
that he is planting more Humes and Legionnaires -
year and tilizer. seed gasoline: taxes insurance. mander Ann
this year. Came home all steamedup Isaac S Kelly and Julius
feed, clothing all of 'i I
Gene Long -- Tax Assessor about the idea and we agreed' these cost just as much or more 'I I Royal Pauline Marshall and Le-

that we would try some. On ona Royal. Aretha Williams of
( I|' We haven't been farming: long
j checking, into it. we learned why but we're as mad as if we had I! the 9th Grade. RJE High School. I I rr e
we have never been able to raise 'accompanied the group as the y4
ben farming all our lives.
e \1 Post contestant in the statewide 1
7 Piece _
I oratorical contest of the 11th District ttT
I I i Petal is a pest. She nurse

LIMED 'anything and everything on the AH entrants spoke on some 'v ,.
1
OAK
farm She nursed Joy, and now phase of the Constitution of America i.

she sneaks in and nurses Comfort Arethis ,"ubjed was "Our

along with Slugger. Guess we'1haw \ I Constitution .y. Worth Having ,
DINING ROOM Kathleen
to put weaning device on anJrth Defending

her again.

j to the punch.

I SUIT I{lOur atomic scare-crow turnedout "
Phone SO Anticipate her wishes. -
Starke Fix
,
to be good for nothing exceptas

]I : the letters urt. Then from a vantage point from which SEATCOVERS Don't wait till she points \

1 .U over the free world, come such the birds could spot the best out to you that the average

315-95 -- comment It thr.e from readers berries. Guess we made it look housewife washes over (
was now 289-95 CHRISTIAN: SCIENCE
of THE .J
too much like Sam and the ,
MONITOR an international daily birds : 7 TOSS OF DISHES a year.

newspaper: don't mind him.. ehoop lU1T'.... Go ahead and get her a *

The Monitor ii must raiding I You'll I be automatic dishwiihcf. !
This week rounds out our fourth new I
.. /for ttrtifnuhinking cmozed how "little I it cottt tocperote
s.dra s people. ." rear of living in Bradford Cour.tr additional appliances (And jest incidentally they

l TtL ri i "/ returned lo school after t I and farm lite"hen we I.ok We'll Help You Select in 0 Sumhine Service hof e.You prevent butbandi, too, fromgetting

lapse of) It NT' I will let back at our first days here weset dealer coo f.ritith; hands! '
my degree from the rolltft, a good chuckle Ash'tlfO as Fabrics To Fit Your dishpan )
but my eJurotio comes
from tht Monitor. ." ( we knew of farming we were Color Scheme ,

TA, Monitor tires me idea either mighty brave to tackle it 1 '1i

jor mj uorfc.; ." I or miphtv.crazy! We still hat.n't \-LLi'\ r
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*/ truly enjoy ill com decided "hichSymptoms 1 WE WILL GIVE YOU -- 0/ .
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You, too, will find the Monitor[ / / .
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BS1DFOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE
FRIDAY, FEBRl'AKY :n, 19M SEVEN
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SOIL Soil Conservation iv.r: : :
SERVICE MEN Keystone Heights CONSERVATION ,L-j operator, whose farm i>

of four miles out the Kt 'St.:1t' h .
j,iipi E Reddish 2i( sou N-E-W-S
by Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA week A .i\ Charles is using thr .
d n Sher' *"d Mrs P D Redish.urse .. I '. ,
Uy Bin Haas -: rot ),:\.-It'! mower ', '

Of Start> I Mr ,1 i<',v :the indigo stubble a h. ,

,'orr.pie' >nf. hs World Day' of Prayer was observed I*. S. SOIL CONSERVATION e :::t' grass> n'<."v : '

# basil ntdir'rtna. on Friday. Feb 20. b\ the Xorth rlort. e .
non at Community Church. Mrs Chns- SERVICE a
Mr "f
LaxKi: I are - -
For.: B 4 ,.., r exasHis .. of I The Florida Game &; Fresh Wa- northwest or! Starke Mr Ferguson ;
By Geo. T. IIugginC idi ::,usic was provided by a
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? er Fish Commission furnished OR HOME
1 basil rain is keeping his: land productive
: quartet under the direction of
County AgentAgricultural
tenon 1 Seri ke t inga preparinghim Mis Cleva Carson, and Miss Bobby was Bradford Soil Conservation District b>' planting pine seedling on ,
for entrance -on with wildlife planting material cut-oxer woodland. He also is developing -

('hl"' TimeLifore but rale is I! into Air Force Bastedo sang a solo. 'home such as Thumbergu Les. old fields into permanentpasture
Ikby .Hiation A fairly gaud
(
On Feb. 22, prize'I
Sunday. plans were ck'
I technual training and for assignment I'this; pedeza, partridge peas and multi- Included in his farm plan &htk>
buying bab .hu ks ou one pound per application per year approved for the enlargexent of
I I specialized work flora rose The Bradford District is a soil
and after in to survey map outlining FOUNTAIN MN
must first decide whether you of age up to ten years the church building. The end wall I
i furnished cooperators M Latter each of soil his SIT
as type on farm dJa.nd DISK
I one-half '
want chicks for broilers or chicks : that an addtional poundfor ''
If''. I CpL Lucian A. Johns. Jr. is returning will be moved out about 15 feet, a man and George Cox with multi- use map. showing the best

for potential egg producers each additional year I to t;.e States under the ten new pews will be installed and | flora rose The roses, if properly i;i use of each acre of land and a 1300coMntri
fht
should be given The
trees t
interested in broilers, the chicks Citrus
Army's rotation program after a new altar and large window :!
will into
managed a living
grow complete description of the different -
can be purchased at any seasonof their' first application :\OThe 30 months in the Far East Hej I will b! put in. It is hoped that I the fence and also giCO'l'r and protection types of soil conservatorpractices : fnonh
the ear. However If the chicks second application in Hay or June the Cavalry ''.1
) served as a cook in 1st most of the construction work will ,: for wildlife. A. J. Thomas best '
suited for his Jan:
are for potential egg producers and sometimes a third application : Division which spent 17 monthsin I be finished by Easter Sunday.Mrs. I an's Sr. a District cooperator receivedThumbergii Lex Green has l i hl/labl.< .
been tht
Fertilizer -
February and March are good : in October Oro'embt'r. the front lines of Korea before I using
entire> : Allen Headley \isited her I and Lespedeza plants and District's cultipacker to
times to start. It usually takes should be applied to being assigned; to security duty' plantPensacola
seeds, which he
from five to six de- root area which is usually slightly\ ..In Japan late in 1951. Cpl Johns 'I parents. Mr and Mrs Ed Wiggins, partridge pea Bahia grass seed Lt'\
planted in old fields on his place
velop a ready-to-lap pullet Trice ;, larger than the spread of the top : entered the Army in January I I19t1. last week. says, "By using this cultipackerI
out the Lake Butler Road. "
'' ] better stand of
can get a
f is during fall and The Aphid grass
eggs higher His wife. Emma resides in.Xorth Maj. E. A. Timmons has returned meals '
I i sometimes called plant An advanced soil and waterconservation "My Pensacola Bahia Bradford County-
winter months than at any otheraeason I Aphid, Dakota. J grass i
Mrs. Tim- '
Ohio.
r to Columbus I
farm was -
so It pay to start chicks lice are a pest of many Florida I plan prepared greening up under the hairy indigo Telegraph
at the right time. plants. They will\ be found on the Wm. T. Murrhee Jr. Seaman mons and chIldren will .remain The f ,: for V R Ferguson a Dis- stubble that wts left ifterlomb'iu'i
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IS W.
We have a good poultry bulletin greens in your garden on your tJSson of W. T. Murrhee of tot d few *'eek- w" 'n h. .Mrvnt- dour ; !I j trio Supervisor on his place ,, lu' .':.I j ti l g; :...->: tail : fall Starko Eta,

that is yours for asking. We ornamentals or new growth on Rt. 2, Starke is serving with

are glad for you to pick it up at citrus trees! Aphids do not live on Fighter Squadron 51 oper
our office or it can be mailed to mature leaves Aphids increase! from the attack aircraft carn..rURS r-_

vou. rapidly so care should be taken to Valley Forge with Task C
inff'statfonIs Force 77 off the cast ( ..at "i
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Cull four rimlirj Ilixk control them when the s<'

At this season of the year egg small)) and before much damagehas Korea. A' '' .

prices will HOOD begin to decline, :'' been caused So many times Three Bradford seivKhave :' ," .r><', .

no It Is necessary that your flock;'' we spray after leaves have been recently completed th"basic .. '
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do agood Job for you. You can't damaged and the insects Are pone training at the Quarts: **

afford to keep i*,or laver WAtch: Our popular' chlordane or DDT ter Replacement Training t'< >-< a q q ',, .Ar \S., ,

your flick closely and sell low I i t will not Kill aphids. Use rotenone ter Fort Ixe Va. Th'y iu P-' s y, \Y

producers I i or hr.dane dust or spray with nicotine Billy It. Hardenbrook sum ,,' \1' '"

A mature bird will eat from 81t ; I and Mrs. Jesse Hardenht.-,! '' ;. (

<> 10 pounds of feed each month. ;, l.ii't I'?rgetRradfnrtl! 2. Starke: Pvt Clarence I i:<,,.. '

If the bird Ix In good production '' County must be kept I I son of Mr and Mrs A F. I II" '

I it takes about 5 pounds of feed on the accredited list as being of Lawtev; and Pvtiiv! Avarez. :; :

tit produce a dozen eggs If she free of TB in catUe.ArranJf'mt'nu son of Mr and Mi u *> Tr-' y s'k %

i I- not. In good production ofune are being made G Alvarez of Starke Thet: ,

it takes more feed pt'r for a county-wide TB and Hang's now being given specialized! truing '>

dozen eggs. 'i testing program It is all free which will qualify thou! f '

We have a good bulletin that : service of the State Livestock one of several Quarter!: '"' I

illustrates how to cull your birds" Sanitary Board positions.
Make tour requests now for N
for better egg production. tour cattle to. btr tested You may "Franklin'K R Sigl.; i -r < ,' ; R r44- !

Fertilize ('It rllt6 have''your entire herd or part 111'i Mrs KelU Ti!"!1 ,","n i I If: JStttk

Many yards have one or more herd tested It is espmalU impnitant < !I'"' ,'n"\ (r oinpletcd! !b'> w <
0
urns tiees. The trees may be foi to have family milk i"i-- An For 'r"'fiinj; i'! La I i, k '
.A wa'n .
fruit or as ornamentals or combination t'stf'II. Iff ': \ fP v ," I .5 a ask r/s, >..aa"tip .

of the two t'1 Vi:,,' Tti ,-" t r" .' v
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The usual tendencyfur home owner Recent BirthMi "'l.i( 3 s 2 /' e ;

11 to over-rtlllzl' hard <..itru.strcf I I..' i d.' ..,I.'t! i1 ,
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For average sml "n.h.1loI1S Mi! < Mri KM"! !> .I.| i .. : ,-1 1 \1"t i-.

H 4.S-ik forniuU xvill\ b,. satin n,MID? the bit t', ,.,' -" [ t. .'IId t 'in .,' ho.j, .

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f.ti.tor. It I, ttittn! lit t., give ,,well born o'.f b '1... .: I KHospital ,t :\ h' I P.: lib'!!,,' I
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t'xact* figures on the iizc! .JI 4p : :\1" H.- ;til
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APPROVED ENGINEERED II

pre (Povle E Manning -.... II I

SERVICE V PARTSVleNeeeeN Mrsnnie: B Manning 4CI *
recently arrived in Japan and t K- I
-, ,eeeeeee elllleeleleeNll eeeN serving with the :24th! Infante 3v A4 If'i

Division which is pan >"f t
Jruslill1ai"l "y, Repairing, Reconditioning! 1P VY v
security forces Manning NNeNeeeeeeNNeeeee eeel eeeeeel NleeeleNe-- Army in December 19>"t tSgt. :

11RAKE: TIRES: )KJMTIOXTESTING ; .,
1-c Hay: E Can' r *- '-
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:Mrs Lossie Carter ot" St.ike!

l"m\r: : TUBES (;IENERATORri'NIIFK centlv completed seven!! n"f;:t'I i: ,

I with the 7th Infantry 1'1I i\i>,
SALES:; )BATTERIESllEP.tIRS I :; I
; ) which has seen :Vtion in t\--
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sector of the Korean fight! t

BODY WOHlSEHlCl: SERVICE I Carter IS A qiiid leader atl! !, "" KYl

17th Inf Regt t :and we"Purpl. .- '
/ee ee ells ee ee eeSe ee ee ease ee NeeleNeeeeeeeeel
11.:1:irt for u ,>rrn-i-i- 0 0' 3 y"P
3 Complete Lubrication Service What her
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HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. V\\ BERRY \\ could// the be saving the e\e" of 'c,

NURSERI'LAVI'S jp'4throueli
thi frightened, bewildered little girl '
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liOO) Temple .\U'. ... Phone ;9roll' s '
\, o .'t o. n. Thc>'re a>ling fur help that only >ou,
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11.1010IOH(. VNUt. jour Red Cro>s, can give. '

: IoIGI; PIJ rJIOl"TIl '..tlJ ': 1. UO"alml'Un v S2 The>"'re asking you to help the hand that

Ha. in of need. - helps so man moments ;
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this little girl. when jour Red Cross worker ,; : #I
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calls. Remember, too, he's asking f for those ''' :; ;

I ,. \\ho can't ask\:. for them ehes gi\e and t d,.I aiI t
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PACE cq OTT TELEGRAPH: : STARU, FLOMDA FRIDVY. ....BRr.\R't_ 19.U

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HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES teasioa: Service to get high quality [ A torne,.. T Fra.ik x.dr.o- the I'ierk .'' the C r,u.: Co->..r: onor ,, ,, .. ToaP'.t. p aJ sRange
tat ; ae. : .
I I ;''rk" Florida, tr ; ti ;:iXe' i AI, : + oi !
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chicks, use a balanced feed, before ;h- d.> f )! rohli ,. wtthmeats h- '
s-.d file the original l !In the poia.t : befi innc. off <-* of ;, otherwise, the allegations: ct s' ,1 .
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and parallel with the North I I : h Clerk
the
and to the chicks of the Circuit Court '
agauist'cold.
protect
oa said CompUint will be :*KII as confessed .. W1< nsHichwajr "IC 'a
line of said ]
L or before the Section l a diatanceof !I thereto' .
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MHKT SLAVING :3 U) cf lUrch. lji.otherwise : natte shali! l-e publ..he4 : $151 feet the heal edg- of 10' being: one.R**,' : ran.
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I the right *f Nay of Slats Highway and identical SW
Julian Moore Extension poul- the Ilegnion'of said! once each week for four con ecuti\! '
Xv low. thence ran South-1 1> numbered :< .
Complaint will t-e taken is confessed weeks in tie Bradfoid l\-unt Telegraph
The shirts for the menfolks are try specialist, emphasized: the t importance by you. easterly Along he said! West edge This order shall: t>e pubtlsli'Pradford ,1 .

the big ironing task of the week of high qurlily chicks Thu notice shall be published I Dated this I day of February. 19SJ if ITS.N' said feet Highwax; d a distance where the CuntT..l.UPt.!Bradt''"t+ ,' a
? point ;; published
once each week for four con! 'cu. I (OFFICIAL SEAL" Charlea A. Darby paper mty. .
I for ho..T. -makers. Thus 'chicks from flocks .' east and west line on the Southside Florid. wets I '
puUonun-clean .
guy :AfoltrPOHCA. many t.re reed In the Bradford County: lerh. of the Circuit C >UU.Dy once a -
ty )Pro ess ': Clerk of the X>, of said XE. of I (oa ecuti\e' weeks. bittlrll'" ,
Marian
Telegraph. L. Crosby Deputy .
that
studies of time this have been for I'I
Job
saving on bred rapid XWVt introev:. said highway a1: I
NEBRFUTMrein :::=:=aI Dated this 1'' d\ of February.' J i 4t !. :: day elated III this order ...
== thence run pest ,7 O.: feet ,' ,,'
t a WITXESS mh.iDd p \
have shown that fast and I t
to "good 1153.
it pays hang gains feathering i -
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point where the East and \\ .- .
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MLn th> court this 31: day <
instead of foiling hvability", to IUKKICIAI. SEAL) Charles A. Darby 'I. (Irruil (.net ef Kl.rlda 1:1....... on the South side of of vIPI
lilting" and Kea too I also am happy to see the i shirts on hangers "It's best buy high XS ,*: : in SlarkJ ,n the a
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go Clerk or the Circuit Court Judirlal Irrult I. and fer said NEt, .! X\\" i, interMV' ,
I gloriou" dill and rett. Another news because that is what I have I I I and pressing them. ( quality chicks from a hatchery By Marian i.. Crush). Deputy Olrrk lard Count; u i.:; th.. N'-'h, and S..nth :.i-' >..' ) .tforeasd .
.urs.1 made the Poultry : :o 4t ; 13 MAE tK'LEJS II \)Uhl'liI': t'n: thr \\ e.t .i.1.,1 :XF ", iSU 'F'I''IA1. :iAt I
A recent study by cooperating: in the National
these -
now fall here and March cornetdriltlnr been working for all \ i E K. 11AMM ND. hrr hu<.l>4> d. 't. 'h( .- :\ .: .t'|', ui .' KWt ,' t'!:.r!.., t 1t.Hb'
Just to let the world know whata Texas Experiment Station indicates Improvement Plan. The pur \OTI".: OF 1NTKNTION TO I flainuff. -t-- J.\)!I.::, I.. PHltJ.IP. \ l.fad 1 \K:', :'IitI \\ i"erk! ,' t C"cunt;
In. : I I Itt.r.I: ..lKK: FIITITIOI.tMC l?a-l'1\U PH1M.IIno" HKl l_XHJi .. ,'.i: > .>t .* :.., ;.. .!,. I' lIt.iJ;.,.1 ) ,
nice place Clay Hill and its people that shirts as well as tune ; chase price of other chicks may ; Not:re is hereby given that theeunderegned !I I >HNS(>N .H: d <:K:KIK: ;/: JoHN.Mi\ .t t t'.K' t <. I 'X '.1C .p',1 h c I:, V: ,' I'" l'f'!".

Oh I have lived iu the really are. I found it so. God I and effort are saved by this prac- be cheaper_. but, their quality probably ', under the pr( "ult'The .'. ,. N t 1 \ V \ \\ : .

mountains. bless them. tice. In comparing the wear of will- -be lower"He of Chapter :2O,53() Laot FllJrhb. I' Mate ()( FlorldarTn.
!: ACts of 1J41. will r..gllt..rII ah theClerk
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And I have lived by the sea i HELPFUL HINTSTear: : head commercially laundered and home reconnmeded chicks of the of the Circuit Court in and dress I. and JamrL re iden.. Philh i>! ;uik'.i-- W' ,.t'i.ijKeulah \ 'TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTTYNOTICE

And I have lived in the desert lettuce and it will not turn brown. laundered cotton shirts the Station New Hampshire. Rhode Island : for. Pradford County of proof State of of publication Florida -- I Philhp- in.\\ I"u.d.: J 'in
upon rrcvipt ,
son and lieorge Jo i.-i ui t "
land Cutting it with a knife leaves it i reports that those commer- Red. Plymouth Rock or other of this notice, the fictitiousname 'residence' and addreI";"- \ > rmint PLANNING TO MOVE?

they all can be! j of The Parry Hcstaurant under Str...:. Los' Angelr-'.+:,'< .
How good to turn rusty. Bake apples in cially laundered wore out first dual-purpose breed for broilers. which we are engaged in business >
Jt appearing from: p1.n'f i'
For everywhere the sunrise .hor.ey put in a muffin tin. Do Wear showed up first in the collars -I A brooder of adequate size and :!Vi miles South of SiarKe Michael Fla and jfidavit in the above rnttird: i_,-- I Let UN do the- job for \ ou com.
r. S. 301. .
Sings welcome to the da> you need a mild laxative Get a of these shirts and at the equipped to provide plenty of Ruby highwayn Uarry. T O L\JX 381. Starke I that lips the BeuUh defendantJan Phillips, r.>".\\ 1 1.>P.I Ii..I .: 'R.8.Al.URU t'SOfl.t plete. \\ e operate local and long
I I II'J.l"d |
And everywhere in tt: evening box of senna leaves at the drugstore collar button but the fabric generally warmth the KU Johnson a'id lieorge J -hi--"' n..1U durance atmvhere in U. S.
should be ready for of FebruarvA '
this 4th day .," MO
:husband, reside out-.de: .f 'h. >:
Curtains the world away. Cook prunes, and add sen weakened sooner in commercially i chicks as soon as they arrive from ., ltjo! ;; at Mark Bradford lof Florida that each. ,f -i'd I 't, uirst NG1
And high and low the clouds in the l\'U'llr. Fiurida fondants the ,.f -l 1 x. -
na tea to them and you can not laundered than I is over age 250-J
I
I the hatchery. Battery brooders :6= 4t : :: 7O1I and is not in the miliiarv -. M L j'.1Phone3ll or
and rain taste the senna. Very mild and home laundered shirts. 'I "
for raising 25 to .10 chicks maybe the t'nited States and 0.nt. tl! -
Play pageant with the sun. very good.I The Station notes in comparing : \ <'K: 1(1 \IMT.\ll no person within the $t..o "' F -
I ; purchased: built. but whether '
i or In Irruil ('uurl. Ilrntlfurd Counlf rida upon whorl servi- f ;, i F\i-ellent Storage Facilities _
And even in the desert land made doughnuts awhile ago results that commercially laundered the brooder is "store-bought" 01 l-'liiridat la t.hanrrry.Kvel I would, bind said absent ii.cite, i -
The clean cool shadows run. Don Is at Sioux City. He will bt shirts were starched, the lyn It Bambino. Plaintiff, vs-. ":I" It is. therefore OiU'KUl: :l > -t 1 r -
j home-made. it should be adequate' I. 1'11.1
Joseph I mblno, Defendant the defendantJanie- iCeulah I"I
Oh. everywhere the night and home for dinner I am on the ironed in the collar. I Phillips now Ieil: .I 1 I.
crease was 1 in size and equipped!' to provideI Case :'71. >61Nallre : I ,, .. .. R. B. ALVAREZ
John- ii!
and '
,son George "
day blocks I will buttoned and the To 'pp..ar.I .
of
I last five my quilt. i the- collar was I!the proper amount of heat. Enough ; Joseph Uambinn, whose r.-Kldfiitf 'upon .\. Z Adkin- .1' .I" I"
Delight the heart and eye. soon start to clean the attic and I shirts folded. But the collars of 1 I feeders and waterers are also'I I \/. and addrr.-s i<- 3:4 East HOthStr : '' for plaintiffs! whu-e .r.1.!..I-l: Agents l for Delcher llros.Tern
tiE First A\enue, tea; ': -i V .
For high and low all lands then the apartments upstairs. I laundered shirts were not I > -t. New York. New York. {' .'" ..
I the home necessary. !I II I Your are hereby notified that a rids. their written defer-r- >
I know I want to be all done so as to workon starched- and then folded and suit forDivorce ,to the bill of complaint in -1 ,i man Hidn. S. Court St.
i j At least one inch of feeding" i iI rare and custody of[on or before Marsh :'. 1 I"< '
Are spread beneath the eky. lawn and in the garden come pressed. Instead the shirts were I minor ihiM. maintenance and' nature of said suit 1..1\1, : t 'I n.! '
Roland English HartleyI spring. on hangers. The Station i space is needed for each chick for I I supporthas i foreclosure of a morn .+l::>- > \-t 1',1', -
placed the first two weeks two inches been filed against you in the the following dev, abed i>i. 1"' riv I.
Here Is a thought: believes that this accounts for I above named Court and cause and seated!' !in Bradford C"UIIIFl"rda.1t
Wayne from third to' sixth week."
went visiting My i the the ,
lOt
t t Commencing at the NXV Corn r
the difference in the life I you are required to serve a copyof .
friends! came and got me. I so I For only through kindness and much of | and three inches from the sixth your answer or pleading to tk* complaint XK. of X\V, .,f S..n 1.
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shirts. .l nshp: -"ulh.; ll. nir I.I: -'.
of the on the Plaintiffs Att rt.t-\ --
much enjoyed the ride and my{I givingOf I week until the birds are ready for F.\dn T. Evans. 103 Law K\- .l' ll lilt "': "'.'I 1 .1. t \\1
and To obtain longest wear from I ..iiu.! ,.f -.. .' \r \x\ .. --
vUit They were so good :! service and friendship cheer. i the table or fr,'ezer. As for wa- change PlllldlllK. Jaeks.nt.ik.
I the Station suggests: Florida.
kind to me and life took on one Can we learn the true glory of shirts, the terers." 10 inches of space or one I and file the original in 'he nff..'e of
I the collar of
long holiday Digger dog went : living Turning up i two-quart fountain is needed for I the Clerk of the Circuit C.ui : m
before laundering and or before the S day of Mauh, 1. REFINEMENT
with me and seemed to enjoy the I And find heaven's happiness soiled shirt '' 50 chicks during the- first two I otherwi1--.- allegation- -1 .t..tI RIGID AIRElTIIF.Hr..S .
and
vlalt much I. One afternoon ( leaving It up during ironing ('omplaml111 be taken as c-.n--- .!
as as i' here.One until the shirt is weeks 15 inches or one three-gal- I\ b>' you. :: t ". \ i r>' necessary detail in a t'n i u .!
they took me out to a farm ranch. I on the hanger Ion fountain from the third week ,
I Thinotice shall: be PJ"J': !: ,1!
;, .t.: ,11)\>\l- locally and KIMU
widely
There they raiseij*horses and train(; cannot find happiness living I i put on. I i I until the birds are ready for tableor I' once each week for four Cult' I'.e JUST 0EFRIGIDAIRE :.

them to perform. I have never for ones self; alone. Marriage is If starching is necessary, the !I i freezer. !. graph.weeks in the Bradford Cotit.'v; V. .-- : ,1: mocit'st cost: \\hulehume

teen the -qual Mrs. Wingett I not always!': easy. One has to amount used should be kept to a j,t I *tt-d this 3i> day of Jam.arx 1 ..'. t .,.I't"Y.! tiiul aluays tactful! -"ll.-
I A balanced broiler feed shouldbe I. (OFFH-I.\Li-K\L\ : ) (Chailrs. n-i, .
had reared) all the horses and ,work and sacrifice to make it a j I minimum. I kept before the birds at all Clerk lOr the Cir<.u.:: I' .." Made only by General

trained them We saw the cattle'I success but it pays off in keeping Leave the shirt unbuttoned {i By Italian L Cro"hy. l>ej>utv i'i 1"-k Motors Corp. All other
!I un-I' times and there also should be :2! 6 4t0'Il'i J J-
the hogs and! at last! the airplant'lIn away those lonely hours and that ti'! put on. plenty of fresh clean water. Generally I Electric Refrigerators are

the hanger Folks out here do feeling that no one on earth cares I II Place shirt on a hanger instead I : In \IMM\H made by other companiesand DeWITT I C. JONES
t feed
about nine t '
I pounds > I In Circuit! Cuurl. llrndfnrd ( ouul>.
things In a big way. Every animal I! for you and life is futile. I of folding it for storage.One are required to raise a three-pound riiirirfn: Iii hunrrr). cannot use the word Pt.on 7 Starke, Fla.
Doris Ellen Kraeiner I'Uintif'! x '.
on the farm was a pet. Then I! Today I had a letter from the I added suggestion: Avoid {I 'j:'John William Kraemrr. Di-ft-inl.ui'I Frigidaire.

Inch a delicious evening meal anJ I,little town of Zenna. Indiana. It |i metal hangers because they may I bird.Mr.. Moore pointed out that sanitation I I \ Caseutire Xo :.if.! "

then they showed us colored picture I is a town tucked in the lovely cause rust stains on shirts. I II also is necessary to raise i{I Johnilliam 1'0 Appear.T" Krat>mrr uhr I, ''ralll A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Funeral Director

they had l taken on a trip I hills of southern Indiana. It was :;: broilers successfully. .1.1I I residence Uroadway "and'OOd5Id.address.. Long i I-:: MaialNew 61-17. Ambulance Service I

to Mexico. They were thrown on from Mrs. Alma Baker. Her ; nKOII.KRS I II ? ?
I II |I i UVKINT. York Our local funeral home enables oj to offer convenience aU

A curtain as movies. Such wonderful i husband used to hire me to teach.I I Your are hereby notified that a services not otherwise available.We .
I {1 1 who to raise ; NOIII: 'titri'ixn suit for THEN SEE !
people. I I i school. Now he is dead and also Folks are planning 'In Circuit oiirt.. Bradford Omnly, Divorce

broilers for home use ate advisedby I'loritln In I hnnrrrr.KlxaP has been -" " I' '
meet the lives with a filed against you in the 4
to
Tomorrow we have her only son. She .. ..11Veiir<.l I. T'laii- :
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Agricultural Ex- pEI'.iihpli.: : above named Court and cause and! E. H. SMITHTenth
train and get the body of an aged sisterShe says. no one can ever the Florida i tiff. is Flt.i II. ll'tigt-I lufeiidintrae you art required to serve a copy of furnish! the highest type service at lowest price., and f
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retired minister He passed awayIn know how lonely it is with ones II \i,.ii.e Tn 1',nen-. your plaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs to the Attor'if\torn- i accept ANT: life insurance policy In force. Is,ied by ANY 1

Omaha yesterday. 1, family gone, until you live through woiked with God." ,, To: Fred H "..ig..l.. whose reidenie Evan T. };cans. 10T: Law E\- and Temple Ave. I company as payment in part or in full on a funeral I

CLAY HILL: Letter from Shirley It." My heart goes out to all lonely Last week I painted a picture \ are anti hereby;idilui notified I i- I'nknoxxn.You that a change Florida Building Jackson\ nl.,I Starke, Fla. Consultation carries no obligation. r

Mcwley, and hn I want to say I people. 'in oils. Very good. I shall keepon j suit Divorce'or and restoration of and file the original in the office of j ,,---- " " I .

I so tn1() the Highland\ news and George McDonald once wrote. trying until I can paint the maiden name ,

Rranch. The pictures of the hal! been filed against! yon In the ... .
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Long "If I can put one touch of a rosy hills and valleys I ih.xmm..>rt Court and cause. and ;' .

a new churrh going up at Clay Hill sunset into. life of am man or i Cod bit--: \ ,''II all. \ II .:.... r.-quir.d 1 t.- serve a copy of : .
-" t'f heist l-.ng been a dream of mine \\iiiiiin: 1 hall f.th't\ I hays; LOVE Ll"R\ the ruintifrs"worth \

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.\'-. FEBRUARY :7, 1951MOGR PAGE Xt' rAt
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i Baptist Church Methodist Church TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT rYYYYYYTTTytTYVTTTYYYYYr I of her recent accident in which I spet1.- the weekend at her I I-. .;:t'

1 I S received a broken leg. She is .here.
Thj Sunday morning at thf The First Method-st Church o: PINE LEVEL HIGHLAND -.. I -
i i ;: :-se at Riverside Hospital.
First Baptist Church of Starke i ii Starke cordially invites you to attend YOU'LL LO\K the new F.st.rbrook
I !V>!stress: : Ida M Gentn has
the pastor Rev L. D flames will the following services cf b> :Mrv II. M. MtRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAA By )If'!". Lacy Norman r ur -"lr' fountain pn n

I I bring the third in a series of Pre- worship on Sunday March 1 rt'turned' :, Jacksonville for f.1- pltel.hadto.' Onl> SS-S at Brad

I EasteR messages on the recorded Church School begins at 9:45: witha lAAAA A A-A..I-- -I her me i...al: :.red trr.tr.: is alter ford <'ounnStarke's Trlrgraph.,

statement from the Cross. The class for every age group Rev We had a large attendance; at The Highland Baptist Church! ...

The TabernacleSeveral Church of God message this Sunday at 11 o'clock I Thomas G. Mitchell will preach church Sunday A Missionan welcomes everyone Sundae schoo' I

Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng will be "Provision for ria Loved" I Sunday :nxnir.g at the 11 o'clock from Mexico brought the 11 o'clock 9'45 a m Worship service 11 a Service

out of town speakers The Carol Choir will sing the of- church service on the subject, message which was much enjoyed rr Pastor ReE.. C. Hirvei T V

were heard at the Gospel Tabercacle Worship 11 a.m. Evening feratory hyrr.n and the Church! "How Jesus Met His Task". Holy We are glad to report that Mrs i Sunday School supt W C Har- !i Original And Sales

during the past week. This Service 7:30 p.m. TPE Service Choir will bnr.g special pre.! Communion will be aiminUtered: J. E Murrhee. daughter of Rev. (dee Come out and worship with I I'us.

Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet+ faster music. Sunday School will i i at the Sunday morning service. and Mrs W. E Hall is recovering' i iI I
Sunday night. Dr. R. A. Forrest, ; i igeneral '
ing 1:30 p.m. Thursday. meet at 9:45: with P. T. Nolm' The Methodist Youth Fellowship nicely after a major operation at 1 The Freeman Starlings of Wa- KXI'KIUENCE .AM TKCHNU. .\BlUTPl.l'S \
an outstanding Christian Educa i !i the Folkston. .
Ga.
LaMur superintendent. meets at 6:30 every Sunday evening hospital teroak attended ,:burch here Sun-
TilE RIGHT EtHIPtETU: I'.1RTSENABLES
tor and president of Toccoa Fall I Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -' Sunday evening during the Happy Sunday night at 7.30 }Ir. Mr and Mrs Robert Mynck and .

InatitJte. will be heard. He has I Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving Hour at 7:30: the pianoorganduo Mitchell will preach on the 5th children spent the weekend at day.G.. L. Sapp ol' Heilbronn Springswas US TO JIVE YOU KETTEK SEU\ IrE:

Saturday, 7:30 will lead the in Merci Winter Haven wth Mr. and Mrs.Z. AT LOWER COST
recently been seriously<< Ill, but p.m. i I II congregation Beatitude, "Blessed are the In our community Sunday

Is booked at I'ark-of-the-F'alms.I singing requested hymns and ful". Special music will be furnished T Mynck and family. p. m.

for a week's conference, March PEN'T 'COSTAL HOLINESS gospel choruses. The Chapel by the Youth Choir. Mrs. Margie Underbill and Several from here attended the 'IJJF'" Call 239 If Your TV Is Cutting ( 'p

3-10. CHURCH Choir of youth will bring the i Wednesday evening at 7:30: you grandson Wayne Edwards of, wedding Saturday p. m. at the
Sunday School 10 a.m. special music of the hour and thePastors attend the Starke visited the H. M. McRaes
are invited to prayer i Lawtey Baptist church of Miss
Tourists from several northern
Service 11 RCA Admiral Westinghouse
Morning a.m. -
will be 'The
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message "The Saturday afternoon.We
states and Canada have visited the Service 7.30: meeting and Bible Study on i ijanette Starling and Lynn HamI -
Evening
Tabernacle recently to view the Prayer Meetings Wednesday p.m. Htrtrt Fund". Life of Chnst"St. enjoyed the recent weekendwe I ilton. TABLE AND CONSOLE: MODELS

painting, "The Feast of Eelshaz- night 7:45 p.m Saturday ngU: Training Unions gather at 6:45: spent with Mr and Mrs. T. N.:, Johnie Mae Strickland. Amanda

zar" 7:45: : p.m. with Lavern Outlaw director. Mark's EpiscopalRev. I Norman and family. On Saturday Wilkinson. Wilbur and Sara PRICES START AT $199.00
Mid-week service will be in chargeof
Dot and Barney Eggers arrived -
E. MacBLiin Thompson of Jacksonville attended -
Raymond
the Business Women's Circle
from Jacksonville and we all church here Sunday.
Mrs Shirley Pellet leader, ana Schedule of SenicesSUNDAYS
enjoyed the evening meal with
Brenda and Pauline Martin.
will be part 6f the church observance Eldon and Helen Sapp. We were, CHAS. C SHEPHERDPhone
Geraldine Griffis. Eugene Austin
FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCHStarke
of the Week of Prayerfor 9:45: a.m., Church School. 11 glad to have Mrs. Leroy Normanand and family. Vica Mae Norman ,
Home Missions and the: receiving -
a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; daughter with us.
i and Leonard Norman all have flu
of the Annie Armstrong 239: Starke Fla 1 ,
r..M.1 LLN..I NNIN.N..NVMNVV--.---.-.. offering, this Week is being promoted 6:30: pm., Young People's Service Those from Pine Level Baptist We hope they will soon be able to

REV. LEWIS I). HALVES, Pastor by the local w. M U with League. .i church who attended the revivalat (be out again. "::, _' ,'=, .,H. : :> : '____ .. '-.' '_ :, '_'" ','_ ', _
Berea Baptist church in Jack-
Jeffcrhon and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I Mrs Lex Green president.A I HOLY (COMMUNION sonville Wednesday night of last i 1 Rev E. C. Harvey and Lacey _

Phones Office 231 Pastorium 130 extended 1st. Sunday 11 a m 3rd. Sunday ; i Norman were in Green Cove
cordial invitation is
r'..... ." ,.,--.ene --.#.. .#._,..,._._. servicesat 7.30 a.m. week were Mr and Mrs. V. E. Springs Tuesday visiting Mr. Nor
to all to worship at these
:Thornton Mr and Mrs. Tory "y..
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:301'.11.: the First Baptist Church of FRII VY man's daughter Mrs R. E Sapp rr
Gonzalez and sister Miss Norma
Sunday School 9:15 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Starke. 7:30: pm. Litany & Meditation Gonzalez j We hear that the Le.> Green

Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:301'.11.V.11..L..I : I. 8 p.m., Choir Rte.earsal. have sold their home here Don
Mr and Jesse Ricks of
Mrs
L.----L..1N..LIIIL.L.I.Morning know where they Hill go but we

Sen ice "Pro\' :..ion For His loed"Kening Christian Church St. Edward's Church Kingsley Lake visited Mr. and will miss them. fpdYali 1'v
'or. Call and Christian Ms. Mrs. V. E. Thornton Tuesday : t
: Ser ice "The Heart Fund"FOR I

.. Donald d.eld.m.. MinisterSeivues Sunday: Mass at 9 15 a. m. night; of last week. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLAKE
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Weekday Mass '; 30 a m. Mrs H. H. Lewis and Mrs W. 'Usrn
FKEK: : TRANSPORTATIONPhone being held temporarily &1 1in
C. Conner visited the bedside of
Children;; Clays Wed. 3:00 p m.Kestone GENEVA f
:2G6-J! on Sunday 306 on Wl'ekda's"SHOULD it the American Legion Hall until
lleight-i Mrs Ophelia Moore. who is ill! e
i r new building} can be completedBible
< (Women's Club) with flu at her home in Brooker
School all ages. 10 a m l>\ Itlandie ( unninghautAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAALA half
Sunday Mass t-t. 3rd 5th Sun. Saturday afternoonMrs.

Morning Worship and Con-: 11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m. Laura McRae of Waldo 1

!n union. 11 a m. Sermon: "LivingWater" all Masses. the .
Confessions before spent weekend with the H. M
Mr anti Mo Charles Fois\the hour
BAPTISTS AND OTHER 7:30 pm. McRaes -'-
(and family icceiith spent a week's
Christian Endeavor (Young Peo- Mrs. B. M McRae and son.Lynn an
vacation with relatives in Con-
pl.-i i 6-20: pm. of ChristCorner and Joseph Thornton.sited :N7/
Church |
nellsville. Pa. Mr Forsyth is<
"The Breadf Mr and Mrs. Carl Dobbs at Lake
CHRISTIANS Evening Message,
ACCEPT THE
NEW 10th and McMahusBible 'I employed by the Hudson Pulp &
Life", 7.30: p.m. : City Sunday afternoon. 1 Paper Corp. in Palatka
School-10 A. M. 1 Dinner guests of Mrs B M.
Choir practice each Monday Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:3l ;, E. O'Nell, retired B & 0 Rail-
McRae last Mrs
REVISED STANDARD VERSIONOF night 7:30 o'clock at home of C P.M. I Sunday were road employee of Connell>ville andPittsburgh.
Eston Brown of Sampson City and
welcome 1
W Colson All I{
singers and Bible Stud 1'a. is spending the
Prayer Meeting laughter, Mrs. J. C. Sapp of Heilj I need i is my checkbook, pen and
to attend. each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. winter here. He is a good; friend.

THE BIBLE? Parsonage Mid-Week each Prayer Wednesday Service 7:30p :at Everyone welcome. bronn.Mr and Mrs Carl Thornton and ,'of conductor.R. R. Forsvthe, retired B & 0 ink, a few envelopes, and some 3 .

little daughter of Vanderbilt
Is I this translation scholarly and more accurate m ClirUCII OF JESUS CHRIST visited the H M McRaes and V Glenda Whitesides celebrate stamps. The mailman does the rest.. "
Pastor's note: "May I thank OF LATTER DAY SAINTS last Friday after-
than the .
King James Version? E. Thornton Monday afternoon her birthday
everyone for being so nice to us Services each Sunday in old Masonic : I noon entertaining; friends from,

What about the many Bible Burnings? Right or during the past two weeks of my Hall on E. Call St. Sunday ....v..v.v.y.v..T.yy.IIEILBRONN. Keystone Heights and here Al- ENJOY THIS CONVENIENCE WITH AN ACCOUNT HERE

Wrong? %: illness I feel T will be able to' School 10 a.m. Sacrament Service though she celebrated on Fndav.

S i, preach again this Lord's Day 6:30: p.m. Everyone welcome. her real birthday was the 22nd<<
Should this new version he used in
our Churches?
'
I May I see all of you in church Washington's birthday.

Hear the Atmcers These Questions So Vital then" Donald G. Weldon. CEnnlWOHKISG:: : Quite few sick folks on the s ,
a
j :I Thtre will be a working at the by Marian NormanAJLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA j i % f FLORIDA BANK at STARKE
to I : list here, including H. Lucas, Mrs %
Christian .
Evtry in This Hour! Presbyterian ChurchCorner Sapp Cemetery on Tuesday March --
R. Forsythe. Mrs. V A. Carlson
3. All interested persons are asked -
sp nA 7th and Cherry SU. I Granny Nuttles. and the Cunning;
Mrs.
NIQHT 8:30: to come prepared to work. Roy Clemons entertained
by W. *. MrAlile)', Pastor i I about 100 young people last Saturday hams. Glad to see Mrs White- J-to-iJa l/altoial Cjroup

-T PASTOR non (5RAY Sunday School 9:45 a m. Ralph IIT..TvvTT.vvvyvvyvvvvBAYLESS I night with a joint birthday sides out again after a bad
: ,!t First Baptist Church Yarbray Morning superintendent Worship Service 11 HIWAYbj \ I 1 ty party Jean for her and two Connie.daughters.Outdoor Bet- The flu and many sinus friends trouble if Miss Madeline

r' a.m : "The Eternal Guide". games were played after which Kennedy were sorry to hear

AMI-TON Youth Fellowships 6:JO p.m Mrs. O. t:. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJl the birthday cake was cut anti --- .., -, ,
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served with ice cream and Cokes
10 .\. M. Bible School Evening Worship Service 7:30

': t 6:30; : () P.M. R.T.U. p m : "A Command from the Mrs. Eldon Sapp entertained a GROCERIESar
,
LOrd". Church senores will r.ut be held group of little folks last Saturday
_
Nursery Open
j i- 'at Bay leas Hiwa Sunday morn- night with a birthday party
Monday, March 2. 7 p.m., Men
KVKRYONK WELCOMEMi ing. Immediately after Sunday for her son, Joe Allen MEATS
of the Church supper with address t
folks will Heil- Joyce Morgan spent the weekend -
School the
Old Fashioned Bible join
IMivving liaptistChurch" by Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor
First bronn Baptist church in their with relatives in Jasper FEED
Presbyterian Church Gainesville
\ Homecoming program. Rev Gwinn F. W Johnson of Havana Fla

Wednesday. March 4, 7 p.m., of Waldo will fill the pulpit Sun- spent the weekend with th.- Ann! Phone 339-J 1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North
r Norman.s
Choir practice: 7:30: Prayer day night. Reserved Prices in this ad fertile thru Sat.. I-efo. :2*
Meeting and Bible Study.A p.m.. Sure glad to se.* orsey Norman YTTYTYTYYTYYTYTYYTYTYTYTTTTTTfTTTTTiSt Quantity Itiehts -------------yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.............................................................


A SUPER VALUE t t. all cordial who imitation will to worship is extended and around from the again Armed after Forces his discharge in Ger- Now TRY THISr"CHILD'S X SPl'With: S3.00: Meat Order il RICE S'bs' 59C

ser"o'eith us.IIIII.BRONN. many.
i Miss Betty Joyce Harris of / COUGHFor Ib
OLEO 11C 1 1SI
(
SAVE MANY DOLLARS : ('lll'li'IIHOME'OMLNG Starke spent Saturday night with
Miss Shirley Ann King. coughs and acute bronchitis due to

Dinner of Mr. and ''{rs. colds lOU can now get Creoraulsion I
guests II
specially prepared for Children in a
MAILCOUPOP4 new I
The annual of Heil-
Homecoming Fred Sunday were Mrs I'l UK
rr Haislop pink and blue package and be sure: COUNTRY SMOKED :
(AR{ ( I RED
bronn Baptist Church will be held Haislop's parents Mr and Mrs (1)) Your child Kill like it. ,

-U the church on Sunday March Arch Dobbs of Raiford, and Mr (2)) It contains only safe pn/en Ib jar

1 The Bradford-Union Singing and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and daughter ingredients. Ib 37C ; lARD 3 39C
Convention will conduct an alldayMiig. Eloise of Starke. (3)( nature's It contains processes.no nucotics to disturb BACON I,,

and a basket dinner will be Mr and Mrs. Eddie Norman (4) It will aid nature to soothe and

seivvd at noon and Mr and Mrs. Herbert Norman heal raw. tender, inflamed throat and
bronchial membranes, thus relieving
and son Lamar of Wiers- the cough and and FRESH LEAN PORK
..Srd TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFrom promoting rest I '10lbs
f dale spent the wet'kendith the sleep. Ask for Creomulsion for Chili 31C

1 r; ( Gordon and Thurman Joneses dren in the pink and blue package.CREOMULSION. POTATOES

They enjoyed a birthday dinner >s PORK

Sunday,honoring Eugene and Edna CHOPS59CI!i i
FOR
CHILDREN
r, : Jones' birthday. They had
,
,
Ar. rtl;nts C tighs. Chest Cobs Axitt .roll<' ';sm I
chicken and all the trimmingsMrs I II
FRESH FI..1.EGGS .
-.r' Maggie Norman and ;)11 nnmTTT.mBy n.T.T. TENDER CIIUK STEAK OH

Robert and }Ir. and Mrs Ma. k I

i!! Jones and daughter also enjoyedthe GOSSIP Ib i dozenLLLOW 43CY

l 1'J.: rI i.I i. 'JjJ \\l-r L Normans.day with the Joneses and ROAST 49Ci


\ Mrs Rosa Mae Thomas and "Shorty"

childien returned to Valparaisoafter
ONLYPtETE Your Pocket VVVINLIN ...
spending several days with -.LI-- .001) SKI LESSWEINERS
Y ROSE:;
her mother Mrs MaggiNorman. Ib
.\FTEK: A FIRE you may 11C
Sure glad; to hear .:at A. C
find that the amount of fire 'Ibs $4.89
tIhauoa Ellis is much improved after being!,: r 2S
EH 1 FLOUR
COM WITH O >nun i iis insurance on jour household confined to Doctors Clinic with

+c SMAT GUN :goods ii is not enough to pay flu He :s now at home. .rrl

Mrs Maggie Norman spent last Fresh Sliced Pis Liver or Sliced Breakfast
for replacing of the
WITMUCH FUII CASH PRICE many week visiting; relatives in SouthF1orid.1. Ib
JUCHINI rvtC things that were destroyed.Do .
1ft1l BACON 29C f.f..LBEKGRITS
Randolph Crosby of Lake City
: 2 YEAR you want to pay for
spent Pi"idav night with his Ibs c
them from jour own pocket
ffUISEIVtCEGUAKAHItt parents, the C. C Crosbvs His "Look out. Pete here 5 56
DRY VOUft. AIIlIN MINUTES. because you neglected: to carrysufficient
"
in..urann'7Befon' wife spent the night with her she come attain'' Sugar ( ured Smoked Fine for Koilin?

mother. Mrs Carter of MaxvilleMrs -" -- .

iJ t .f_ you have a lo.s. J R. Kelly and children. \\f don't srare easilv. Challenge KNUCKLES Ib' 1 sc -

Mr and Mrs Crosby and
l0\ t'r jour policies with Jimmy us to gut- your car thefinet
- - - Large Hot; Chipvi Flal.eor
Crosby.
and Joe I .
I I Il Bobby Beverly x-rM e in to\\mn.e I
MAII! (COt POi \ YYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYH. the
I
were among those attending
mak.it a habit':
basketball gable m Lakke Butler Powder
l ACME STORES Inc. 10$ U. Fors\th M. I IIiiMIII& last week. TTYTYYYYYYTYYTVYYYVTTfLBBY MEATY I VEL 19C I
/
: J.ub.'n\. I Ia. Mr and Mrs Thurman Jones
Ib
4QC I

+---- I'I I would like a FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION: I C. WALLAGENCY and children and Mr and Mrs PIG TAILS :

at no obligation to me of the BRAND NEW Cleaner Eddie Norman visited relatives in Sales/ & Servicen..uu..au..uu..u I
'. I at S12.3 I Brooker Sunday: afternoon. II WE HAVE I1EXTY' OF

a M J All the tractors are real busy I

:. I NameAddress ,- -. I Phone 116 now getting the land ready for ('or TRY PAS'SAUSAGE'6 I I Oysters Shrimp Mullet
planting Some folks have already Kaiser Frazer Henry.JDEALERSHIP ,
200 E.: Call Street
= I bet they
- ---- beans
'n
-- planted
-- 49C
I --------1 StarkeUWLLWIUVAAAAAWl wish they hadn't been so smart and Fresh Water BreamrmD.
Ph. 32
a City Phone -, --- Temple Ave. -
Who knows they might hit the i
If K.r.I \JJn--I.It'l. xnJ k"'iIilIift'ton.* j
I [
I Jack Pot. Surelj- hope se 'u.A..AAAAA A A A ,
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PAGE nS'Country COUXTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA

rr.m.\. FEBRrARV_ -- 2-?. 1933


Store1Sponsored Red Cross Drive Observes Scout I'1...TI1. ITI..t: 1'b: ) SAC beer f .,.,1 Jott\r.: .! t :
Troop
OES Boy Week I st. rhr..tk make a sift that to: a' ?te .t".4 "' ',.r: .And. A
By \ ,1 ..rt' rPIB'ed iP ....r"
.
.1.11.! r. nt tint SJ.S7 a, Bradford .,';.r at' tt ,
For Lodge BenefitA ,- 11'..t ... t un'T, lesraph.N" .'tat. ,- rd 1t.1
Seeks $3,000 BILLY MATTHEWS' A' I : ,
'nc. ,_
I'oun-ry *' >f "j>"rh"r..rj by | n .. TOi F ,,: JI
tPPER .
lt AeHI'G70NEWS \ t .1 ;. ,
the S'ark < h+p' -: ': the Eiaterr.: d > i < .art Itm tf.r4 (__1' '
i ('< : :.rud fr.p-. .r.> >u ('''_ry.
page
.. t Stark a 1t'1 /
gar: '.'I th b-'! -f. f> :'*-.*-.'' .. IM
will to LETTER : ., >. '
Temple open : 1
':ew'Ini' lasts &,
: mrI-r s\vi.i mifig: 'er'-:

di. Friday i in the T F. Landruia icates were: issued to those taking { i I" \pl, .

building on Call Street part la the first aid and water .. .
of the sale! win bea .
On.feature .
.. I
bag for young and old. safety program. ? .-, ..-,.;. -atlOn of our ps>cho-neuroc \-A: : ''i, ..
grab ;
Many useful articles will I* on I Advance Gilts letters have been ; r -,r H .-r t.-t week in Gainesville. Thus I wai :.: z 9ui.

gate mailed locally to the businesspeople ': 3"". ::ik.r.g supple- iar with the need of theV.r.. ,

In .mnouncmg the tale a m :n- of Bradford County and / ;",:.1)11.! for the fis- Administration in providing : ,.

t- o.' the Eastein Star Mid: active work In the business dis- : ending Jur.e 30. 1953. 1 beds 8 I voted and spoke f< >x Will s s

Titat look In your attic and sec trict will begin on March 2 Mr*. to report that this bill the extra ten million dollars t, ,cr"e \ Y .

watt >'IU ran fund: t(, gi\v 'o our Srrith is requesting the cooperation by many hundreds ot ,I given to them.

salt. ., tn a worthy. reuse in nur.d." of the entire 'u..ty in this: of dollars the request j As a member of the Coin: 1t1 CTSTOMIZF.DUPHOLSTERY

"i V7t.Irr : :-: : ('hd t..r .
If. been contemplated sev Ion Veterans' Affairs.
.;('rU.:; (' I am _
:-e.o; :.h.rif.; A-C can s..'!H! ago I'oted for some to try to be fully informed .
'1-, .,' < -. <-." .4 I'r'ar I''} ten': lJ F.er.ette
supplemental appropna- vast work of this commiUn
,, .' ,, _
: er.-
so u-i do well. ''' :
n.-u! t particularly for the! will give detailed report -. :. .
( ( hour. (III : '. ; | i iV
(
million dollars to be what we do Someone t 31.- fnn ,

: .. Veterans Administra- that Legislation in Con r.--. !\\ :Si.it; i ushiimprinu -.

\WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE : .. rperation of hospital passed by Committees. 1 h. r. -

>!('rans from now until much truth in this sti tem :.' RE UPHOLSTER > I nit.. etij|{

1 Far example there will b n-> :,.:: c
91t Now Filling AddedITT
ZENITH I '. as I stated in my pertaining to veterans passed b

: : .h in the House. that the Congress which is not first vi.i i- 1 dt
.
f had authorized certain ed through our Committee f+' r ; SLIP COVERS TO FIT

t RADIO .) \' with service- Recently the Commander. ,
Lt t I STOM MA: UK
r : disabilities, because of \'arioWl'I'terans' organiz-t'
.AM
i they had passed. The reported to our Committee Tall 341 Our Ih'l'n''I'nl''Ii\ \\ III tall Atour Home \\ith \

( / then dM not provide 'stressed the need of :' 1 hs 1 s 1 iimiplotr :Srlirliun; To l house From. You Are I'ndi-r

TELEVISIONSales : ;:
K. ., : ; '. To me it was a K. Gough. Commander c.: ,. ---
----"
+ ation with the Con- American Legion stressed Special Offer
\.'' 'f Any 2-Piece Suit 49.50
of't ,
: / keep faith with'the vet many citizens believe we ha'\ .- rev -- -.--
-
-- -
I knew of the desperate many hospital beds for vett-.i

and Service j \' in our 8th Congres- and that too many veteran .> '

ve"e l es a Ll a ll eeeeeN----..-. .- ..-. -... for hospital bed nonsen'ice'connected disab.'': e it a 4 N. & S. UPHOLSTERY

22Y:!: Templee.. I'HONh( 16;(> Starke, Florida < veterans. are cared for by the Vetti.r- t !

Congressman Ben- Administration. In reply t,. I I n'ii i ', l Ullt' ,. tppti.., t I ,,111'1 11'1\1' /

: the cooperation of Sen- charge he pointed out that '1i 1' .. "
twe .
.
._-_*.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe Senator Smathers. immediate goal for hospital h.. \<- :.. __:_ :.._A: ."-... .. -' il __ :.- -_' : ;; c .:'- '_ "' ': ..:;1'1IIc'4'

A.t Biggest Bargain Of '5 3 In Our 5 : Florida in obtaining delegation the of nearly veterans 20.000.000 i is 131.000 veterans foi/as 1..a.: ll I ,0>, "1 .. :N "', I ._ ._ ,,__ .. ,

: I!" :- it. : : ,_ .' ,
and to today. The number of operating! :
approval money
,,: :1. ,. ..e: r'If\j i : :!" ., ;,, : : .. : ,. :.. :,
NEW\ MAGIC P CHEF RANGES 3 with the improvements beds at the present time is Ho24.1 -

City Hospital. Until in the V. A. hospitals and .sti.t'! ".r.c; .i-t: ...1.I i.ui.p l hari.ui.ut: and! nxikm.In WE'RE PRESCRIPTION PROUD

CE E Administration 6.8S6 beds in non-V. A hospitals. top photo the Scouts are seen as they gathered before starting _
You're .\n Expert e:: = .
office there was no or a total of 117,129. A survey ot their activities. Included in the group are: Tommy Dyal, Robert Wil

From the Start .rs yi*. : !! about the modernization the veterans hospitalized showed hams. Robert Kelly. Lonzo Kirkland Mike Reddish, Johnny Stevens. \\ i'npruiul til imr depend

with this ) : City facility and that 35.5 per cent were service I>. Patch Green Douglas Nolm. Charles Noegel. Johnny Wall Archie
d(1{ ? \
Q> << > f I aide reputation. 'Tor uarsdiutors
E 1.\H''IIE'( ; '" '
: to have begun in the connected 37.1 per cent had tuber- Green Bobbie Shull. Jerry William. Charles Mature, Freddie Stevens

'I his yard.uld.Magi.! i. : of this year. How i cular or psycho-neurotic types of Charles Kirkland. Jan, Mundorf and. Assistant Scoutmaster Hairy Ir and patients alike

('lirf ,ji\f you all tinilisiin 4 present administration illness which we all recognize as Green. I hale relied! nn us for heft

< tits 11J1i lhrfadlantage ,. :. all agencies of the community problems: 127 percent Le'.ver photo shows the cooking operations in progress At left .ler more accurate prescriptioncunlpounding.
,
lillllliT -unit onroplrc.top IllMTInsiilaliuii tt' 'nt to revise their bud- were chronic cases with disabling :- ry Williams la>ileout pancake batter onto a griddle held hy H., .,... :. They knothe

"Ia.. acidhrrlriintrollM we are hoping that this afflictions: 6.4 per cent Willi.iiii.s: At right.; Freddie: Stevens tends the huge off.pot
ingredients fresh
: are
:
,
rated pureand
who
rr'Ltaut rmulI"l, Rid cause a holdup in our were veterans were

>\\ u\rn : construction. The Vet- temporarily as having service-con I \\ HY r.\Y MOKF.: when KSTF.K-: : r potent. They know the

*anti l...*- ..uli :S\vlni( I has assured nected diseases or those who were McCarty Firm HKOOK offer, the Iw...t foimluin lei immediate attention. The

Out nrull..r.n,1 if ;I : they do not believe the ordered into the hospitals by the pen at onl) $':.37 ? Wlileariety know
.
r%)our -Itt'.n! tie.-d% liMit I curtail our program at V. A. for (examinations or veterans On 5300 Limit ;of colors an.l points at I5U\1 i--- us. and depend on u.v
mid las, ,, ,.'n.
on ) uu ran
C ) : and others. a small percentage I'ORD COr.VTY TKI.KfiUAl'H.: : .. prescription proud.
.KH'lt inoili-l \\Hh a : I
bullt-In p"( ht-uttr. Th' II are all familiar admitted on a compassionate For Teacher Raise '

unique heat euluingtrr. neuro-psychiatric cases basis: and 8 per cent were IMJ.NT s \\ fitimtain pen-SAYKSTKKKKOOK. : i

J:1I.lnuI..J fur JIJurii'T of veterans admittedfor : : .\ point for every
+ Government has already composed
Goy Dan :McCartv stood firm
)rar". tutl Price 189,95.Iruilcd : million dollars to obtain short care who had to swearon this purjMise. $!.37 complete at HKAI HOWARD'SDRUGS
week two previously-
on
by It lit ulUa I I.' to make architectural Form P-10 that they could not roam corxTY TFLIUJKAI-II: : ; .
announced policies to recom-
thl'flllu..lalth\ KM
t IVr ( rut satrtulur.; Trade-In I 29,95 : a hospital to take care afford the treatment n'end only a S300 per year raise
W. C. T. U.
: for school teachers, and to make
t IAIU\UIIIKI: : : :. Cash Bal.INSTALLED. 160.00 A. L Sullivan
Cross Fund. his decisions on gubernatorial
the Red own "TKMI'KKAXCI.: : ITISCOVLOX
'
loHttt'U: ::> OM ..KON 4 On-Tlu'-Minulc Srrrirc
: MAdU' (uirMIIAN : 1 '\'11'11'L' i American Red Cross appointments. Tilt: ilIa:. ,It\: !, IN Tilt 11 \K-
.
t :ANY 4
I: \\c.t: ( :: for human welfare assistant. Warren Black- 'MOXKV: ix Tilt: rrusK.UKX.IA.MIX :.-

CI. : fact that the American L. Sullivan 71. retired I mon the governor re-empha.sized I'KAXKI.IX L'I: :> Templee..

I.J CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS I life places human values farmer and native of Theressa I[ his position in the face of protest* (IIFtNInl: ; : 1.\\ZI ISI:1: I

." I died Saturday. Feb. 21. in Miami[ from teachers that a $300 increaseis #- _.-
1'p. :
I Far East alone a staff of following a long illness. I j not enough and complaint fej'., "' ' '< ... :::-ii
'
t & APPLIANCE CO. I Red Cross work-' Mr. Sullivan had lived at Theres from state legislators that! the. .d :. : : :.: : ; : _. : .. :

our fighting men sa all of his life until he went to have not been consulted on ap
Phone :!0f Starke Fla
E Ill XV. (all St. II
I and Japan aided in Miami several months ago. pointments in their areas SAT. MON. .. ONLYCOTTON

Tyvtr1VVTVTVVTVVVVVVYVYVVVV11 VVVVVVVVYYVYVVYVYYYVD P hundreds of volunteers. Surviving are his wife Mrs.: El- On the teacher pay ISMHM'.' ,

I : pe 200 workers are pro- vie Sullivan of Theressa; two Carty said the proposed S30U( ( ra .e

D 0 : thousands of personal I daughters Mrs. Thelma Miliken, combined with the average S'J.0

..a required by ill and able Ocala, and Mrs. Hilda Griffin boost most teachers received fret
I
and their de- Theressa; two sons Guy Sullivanof county funds "very nearh'me.) .-- -

', ._ .I. .''O' (U s t n.dot.> 10 i .iv, ti Sullivan need
.1 \ i' I And at other outposts Vero Beach and Othma the increased cost-of-hvinsj;
t '.' I 1 Iv t mi.it'd >ii<.: ii.' ;0.\ i '
'. ;--' 1'1' i-- thi i"i 10.. .i-. i Kl- .. ,, |' '' (l, | globe where American Miami; and two brothers reported by the Florida EdiHtttion!
T.ikf. i.-n K .tii'-ii 1 i I,1 .t: 1.:1: stationed an additional''' Cleveland Sullivan Theressa and Association. lie also said the S30C(
., 1.: ...1g.1 i. 'i.- t r.iMRii, : : un: .
,1. .> \l I I r I l.!. "I .i' !II I"'\1.f." M.I.. ,.f i ? I Mr: f.irlV> Cross workers are on Marion Sullivan Miami. figure fulfills his campaign p e'I!: '
'. ,AIM! I in.t-iu. !:' 1 I i\ t1. .TRAINING PANTS
.t..1 1 01.1 t' + ,1 I' t: fI.t dr.hcerrd At military stations and Funeral services were held at "in every respect.
11. I: t1"1". "I"' -' ,'nl
'" \ .:t, loa: > 1LI:>tl.l\; \\ \ \11'1'.t, .! :,, last year Red Cross Hope Baptist Church in Theressa Blackmor. said the n. >\fm"!
> .11.i |1'1.- I i \ t;"'
K.tuirtli: : I I'--, ,I ,. had handled monthly Months afternoon at 3 o'clockth "welcomes" rfcommendations, tf n
i- "I I : NUT: ulin-li trailer ln-.ll Oifii'is' .11 'lit tlltx 1.i .. iluiitc cases and requests of Rev. Merle Packham officiating 'executive I appointments ironta'e*+
4
w 111h'k budy. T. U. Casey. \\ ,u ii.., i t.. I.IM: ifiKh'4 l'.-
.. ma tun in di ,.i'l 1'1'1 .'.\.\.::;" :::01 :\1.,,, I'ht.. T1I11 In VA hospitals Red assisted by Rev. O. Brookins In- legislators and "will give then

.. I h'n : served 115.000 terment was m the church ceme- careful consideration," but reser-. .-.>- DOUBLE CROTCH
.
'I',: < \I.K-Tt'iualn :nit T.lm.i.is
II 1I.rll.\ .t., |{t. ;. is.,, UAD1OS KKPA1UKI: : a month. Chapter Home tery under the Unei'tion of DeVutl the right to make final de m' I lion -

a.t. 10.. I FI.I 11 til M Ur. ill MmlrUllra workers handled for serv l' Junks then:. SIZES 2 TO 12 / o C

... .
K'-H ltST.b..dr..m:: hi .
CM VS. t' "11I:1'lIt:1I1I: :
alll.cli !t.'
ltiI.Lake Ktth.
W.-h..n. Apply Mi's. r.e..slr>'. to' tag \\'. .'.11 v t. -"tarLe I'h : oases and requests for aid 'Plymouth Adventure'Has recommendations from whatever!
WHITE & COLORS
\I .tlnilt. ..t |I'hmv > "7 .t, 110; 11',1\TF.R-(7ladtidtr:; nti'-e : source must measure up t., tV S

\ \ \ i 1'1:1': : f'l m.a. ii-ch .."oJ oJl llocnseJ pi4otu-.il. f.ir ...- .- Stellar Cast standards of qualifications he ha.-, '
,I. duty I>.n-t.r 1 Oil-: :.' 11u'
i i >. 1\ Ith t u.'hut! l hu :ding- for public officials and eir- -- -----
101V.. full. St Sl.>rk.FU At Florida set
v 1 l 1 f>11'i \ i t. \ n. .1,1 I It SundayThe
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M.ii'.tr Mix, .i"'tl l < --n, .: |:- Our Men's
Visit
he blame if appointment
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Alden
f"t d Engl: t.'.-ring .\ml....< v 1't Induction and Priscilla Mullms on the Dept.
M tTTIIESS ES U eX'ltt'mentf1l1ed'oyage of the does not pan out r.gh-

OF ALL KINDS (.mulnr 1.,11" l'..rni..s.t Mayflower to the New World lathe Blackmon saidBradford

K E X 0 V A TED \/ vi r. i* r.\: :\ \\ III be inducted theme of "Plymouth Adventure"

\i..l li pl.tntI..tn! A |Nurser.--hrd and Aimed Services through vivid Technicolor production *
r.i.ii.-J. I.: in II : .' :- .;s r., h No IS March 2. Cagers KHAKI PANTS S. 1.88

f& err llrlrtr.lrrrtnlra I.ltn- J': ', 7'. And l.nnlrusP. $1 .a of these volunteered for Theatre showing Sunday and at Monday the Florida

ulinf, I Ktrl: .. '-dtnl' induction. They are:
.,.. Van Johnson and Dawn Addams '
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F U K X I T U II E Lonny Erosky. Starke: have the romantic leads in a stellar Seeded Fourth -
t\TEi'T T >l'R SECURITIESFlrprrt Eugene Jones Hampton: KHAKI SHMEN'S TS -
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Itt'Ul'hll..tt'ft.tI and \ .if I'r"I.'t.Iturlt, cast that include Spencer
Edward Anderson Rt. 1.
KrfinlshixlUASTlMix (..- utlfut. large hraty duty Tracy. Gene Tierney and Leo
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M \1 la:>S ('0. t","lnt,. Telegraph Genn. 711 07..M .
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This is tht' 'story of the most + ference. winner DUNGAREES E E 2.19I
BoSO TaUtUa. Fla.U..U..UULAAAAAAA S \ )
; K 'i'1: S.\l.v:-Tr.iilrr and ,tt.i. .li.'i'i procedure: : mined by the Dickson rat.rt1: -

h A l:..iui.i..1! K.ntUU furnur I ke I'ri.|b u| J I |! Rudolph Sapp. Rt. 2. thrilling sea adventure ever livedof S O/.
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men and women crowded
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H..I aboard a 90-foot three zr.aster. jumped
II IN III : ruin
< 1111: ICU uo." Ancil Thornton. Rt. 2. themselves ; early! 1st quarter lead b.' -'it- *
pitting against the 25.
+ vi illtrllak :> F 'f i: :i.\l.t-I.t.tUr.I.\t: n .-: : SOCKS S S
la..\ N eJ.rdar As.1t rrtr f O P..* ,':a. .'! i winter Atlantic: each with a com Bradford boys played an r.ut-i'ri j- .
I.aiar..tlle Iath: I'rl"a ; s Reamer Renfroe. Rt. 2, pelling for : ing game and fought back v-; ir- -
K.l: SVl.i: (>K TK\I>K- >lr H.. reason seeking a new
K -it THE m.ItETI"n.: : isr-.j W..H! l>...1 ,-.nprlr ri, A-l > | ; land. One man dominates their ly to go ahead late :r. the ,' a
l lie Kngmvrd: ; W. ,1,1 n !iiul 'A 1 11.,1) ., K.tl t y ".-.l nr >. w ns:: Theodore Brannen Ketterhnus .- .
for survival period. w-r.: : -.1:
>'!L'' 'n f.ne i4< -.n: IMII. .hintK 's; hii-* !>n right arai'.r. fight -Christopher .
'1\1'! llOi HriJf.-J {'')''/ll) ....*.! >n 1"h\\IA': tor! S. Fla.; Jones master of the ship through ,42-41 just as the thri :q; .a----
Merchandise
i All Winter
Tfifgraph Ifi ; }hl. r -h i Leonard Nazworth. ended and .
98 storm-filled days His hate. i was never h-ii Ir ;
i t'i I: s.\i.}:--\\ Art h. us<. : .\ tt II I 1 "tlR S\I.K-i r.m h.'iisr U, .., phia. Pa.; .*ie 4th period. Paul R\cr: -. ,!
aluminum ,. ., finally turned to compassion, leadsto
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K--.iKf > t' f I. Hi 101 i ;: II. s.uh Daughton Armstrong
I\ ,lul..,, s. Kil ><<"'''1 r.t' :Ij.ii- I'r' t"'''' ..I'. rustTt .t l''Atlt! 11.1.1 i- i. 51 JOrt. "al..n r $:... 1e-; but Bud Market poi..n"i i .- 'S Slashed To Below Cost !
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I. 1.1' 1 i .yutptlrit.I': ''1Li K"> H 1'ilf: :Mitihfl! Ui 1. It.y Allen Carter. Lawtey; as angry sea threatens
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g. .\\ ',In.. KfV'i-: .- A..nk". ,J< .M.irk. FU 1 it. this vovage to an uncharted shore points for top scorer of -- 7 .tf\\
hoh"lt, ) top. ",.rth..t hi .t. Padgett. Lawtey; KetterlnUi B squad edge : B' .
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L tl. mhis U, hg "1':1' 1'1\\\ ittltGllii'IR't'SISTAXt'IS The historical scene of the land- I
I'XI''I'\I. George Edwards Brook- ford B's 302C W :5aU'high : > +.-
53yfffcSj I: ing on Plymouth rock is told far
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' : dt-trhute lyatktnr S.H"'Uoi ii!. -': ,if Ih,. s....1'.11. i'h Ervin colored I. Lawtey: : more vividly on the screen thar YOU
\\\t.rti..d I.r..u'ts 111 Starke jo .ruin rf.ttif'! ;! l.'ttlr Spit rt MUST
in the
books.
. : i 'I..bla..b.U.t"IU..I\ > Full ..r ai!. full 10.\\1" urll kn. Hankerson. colored )I. history It is a SEE IT BELIEVE IT !
LI'A.i| .rt lUUr. 1.III\.n". unlll.t..J: \.. r ..V<-. full I;u. " 1i .' "! othrr nsiinriit n.-. r>sli\ I'.y *"-.,all nw>rt fir, ; MiTir: or l\ If:\ 110' TO
..-aa \\ < will hr!|p' ."i! st ..Ut..1 \\ ear -. '...-"I mnrth: patnrnt. \\ Arthur ilcTear Jr our country. i RI: ,I"iiu: I'Iciltluttai..
Mr! i' I: Kill !i. lH.l. r'-4 1'h.J 1I 'Icr Tunvet. tnt U ';t 1"1'' L -
S K I: w'AtLitiSt, iiiH,.- Tt-ut .: >th \\t.. 1,1 11.\. :!:.. F: I Jacksonville. X"t.rr .- heret.t' g." .
itr 1 :I''t: :: ..sx men are scheduled R\hprt Named ando1'uIgr"d. under: t1" I- We Exchange We Refund We Satisfy
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--.1 I 1' '1t: ; KAllM F 'R SA!.":. ?11 High-. K,>lt 11.Ehx: ..r r.lrm wth: .. :I Ih.iur '.\ Forces pre-induction S.A.L. Inspector lets of mi. will! iff'lerk !*-. .
msas vv i> ;Sol.:: I-lttr...,. > .. Ft! H, ..-!' fiat--he.d t \t I: !I : :, :. ..n March 5. rf the f"Irrult < .
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23 c-a?; i' PlI'Eft MARE came -tn to ray t 6 Stri.r ST I.. nn-ird- irift.s. W )Pratt:'I' : ': Birth : tieserdav that he had der i-i;amr". which of r.f this Thr y nnr r P.---th- ::1 1 I/ I

- .'r Us Nrrk, I t..k bra i been appoint Official Watih Injector gurA "
i .. Mrs Frank ?t. Croce M JH c.r -
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