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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 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>.
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Issues Involved In For Private Base On I Iu
Application Seaplane Brooklyn Lake May Hold Significance For All!! Lake Property Owners


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Th, fwful UoinanS Club rod that jamiiK-d the auditorium to the wall applauded Lacy Mahon, Jr., Jackson\ille; attorney and newly \. t. Kiesert..jvakins for the krtnn.,
Top ( oun \ViI'.on.. Tht appinam 1\11\ 11. Hmwrnnj .
huil'ilnj at Kf')..ton.- llrljtits wai \ijjorously 1 as, one t II> one, property own"-n aro.e to sprakttieir et''t..t Iu\al County legislator speaks into Chri..lI.ul Foundation I located along onf ke..toni' barber J. a.. \\ F larlr.v ..Ir(1&.Uil .shirt; right, i iI..I '" .dkntl' .1\
'Po | iHls wh
he
inKarl.
Mind to overflowing kIt Saturday pieif in OVIHt'Olt Ion lot II.* pt-rtnit. KrooMvn is popular rwording machine. He n-gisUred the1olent pro- % .ipiis.-s;
> projk'rtoUu'r ) an evatUMr. t.ok
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-st" his excprtmn to Hr"OII1p".r '
of and !
client Ostnun later
henry wu- retained thi
Commission
afternoon all Mate Improvement not to grant t!:? ,.
Jj U on\illr and ( who
pot with < iaineMiile colonists occupy coring p.-rnut \ assumption Hut tho in.wd didn't Wn.\, an\thins
by thet'ntl protecting attending tiflnirct1ni l.eati'w.
group
jwrtnit of
anUdpah'd "noix disrontiision
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Commission held hearing wUends& and months ., from IX W,T: Odis Ilinnant about the operation of planess ,
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( 'fltlal '' on << summer a an evape their .111110' us know a litll. ..vN.utthem.
as bfore th. .
representative: commission. turh.ln
and
risk"
t n Application to Ucrne BrnoUjnI.ak from seaplanesin si-cretarj of Jackson-. ." he said.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOfficial Browning Charges Animosity





I County Publication Established In 1879 Whipped Up 'Mob Spirit'i



VOI.UMK SEVENTY.FOL'K STAKKK, FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 6, 1.1.1: :M .MHKK: TIIIKTY-FOrU i J\:
an uMrnslu-lm.iiK of 1-19!>
majority to 1 1. properlowner( on I.ako BrookUn n.\. ., '
Ki'\ >ti.iif Heights: told the world lat
Saturday afternoon tht-y didn't

Good Citizen Council OK's Ordinance censed for seaplanes PERIOD. Whether or not the Florida Improvement want their'hkt Commit'- :' .

I Prices Authorizing is \
Berry The guided by their wishes remains to be seen.

crowd. though orderly -, ____

Certificates For City ImprovementsI except for an occasional heckler supervisor for the Improvement which might have a .
was determined in its OPPOSI- signu
Corn mission,
Continue was designated as
I DropThe bearing the
tion to the licensing of Brooklyn on final d "I'I"I., -
''as hearing executive by the State of the Commission.
< Council Tuesdav nights -stated th.tt he and the Harold C a private seaplane facility asrequested Florida Airport Licensing Rules
Jordan
stated that if thu .
hoped-for strengthening '.f .t-iits. Starke berru-s l l.r> 1 aaop rl ordinances providing for I Wall Agency had been in businessin I by Roy II. Browning in & Regulations lie explained that is licensed
as
I an application filed requested b> H' >H
'hf ..sMiance of 200.00: ) in revenue Starke for and in January
straw brrr) prices failed to niat -rUlize Report from New Y i"K 'ic.' I many years, 1932.: following Browning's application ing. it will mean that any '
ptpty |
here this week On the day described the mal kt'! d... 'p, t"ates to finance a proposed !!:I that they had always given the last year. the Commission madean owner will have the right! .

weaker with best brnes program of paving and sewer line I City proper service and paymentfor Browning. a former operator of
<-ontrar> pi ices began a sustained grade I inspection of the lake and reported maintain a private seaplane b. ,.

slump over the weekend hitting selling for 2.V a pint ranging extensions. all claims presented He said I Keystone Airpark and Honda -j the area suitable for the there not just Drowning

bottom with a $!'i 02 average Wed- down to 15c for poor quality / In a busy session the Council that when he started in the insurance I ,'iatlof'I."adf'my on Crystal purpose requested in the applica- I Those and .-
(I present protest"
lieitday some unsold. In terms of crates also: \ business he operated eight j i Lake, charged that the lion !
propertyowner5
seemed to fear that
Any one or more of a number :!]i, this would mean that berries were I Eliminated the Pratt Street! years before he was able to secure had been I' Jordan said that after this I II permit granting tin!
fired up to "mobspirit' might open the wax t.
of reasons could have contributedto selling there at from J7.20 to $9 City Park-Playground as a poV I II any of the City or County tactics the favorable report was made the wholesale
by "animosity I operation of planesand .1
i crate. sible site for Bradford County'sproposed business, and felt that the City I Commission I
the discouraging trend: i ii i per ''of one individual" (unnamed). lie received more than out of Brooklyn Iik.' in

1. The general, nationwide dc- j i i The soft situation here may be I hospital. business should not be divided I! said that since the controversy :i 70 written objections from property '; spite of Browning's statement

cline in farm temporary it Is beuved, resulting "Ou.l And Deferred action on a request further.J. owners the lake. well
products prices: I : PlaqUf' I began an attempt had been madeto on as as that he was Interested only n
2. Too few buyers on the local from the fact that volume is 'i of Conner Brothers Insurance Co. O. Gay of the Wall Agency I bomb his home i two petitions i m protest. A re-1: basing his one h.
on BrooklynLake seaplane at *
platform to create a competitive not yet sufficient to attract additional Duncan Osborn Stewart, familiarly -'to be given a part of the city'sinsurance I stated that he was associated with his had : inspection of the area was then i there.
been property
dog poisoned
situation. buyers. With the waningof j known as "Ozzie", is pictured business. Doyle Conner in the insurance business ''made bv Jordan himself who determined I
and that he himself had been
3. Below average quality of fruit the Plant City market in a above with handsome; achievement j Set the time for summer I that their parternership was that a public hearing Several property owners MatiMthat
sniped at from behind trees.
offered here over the weekend. few weeks and the stepping up ( award plaque presented to him Council meetings at 8 p.m. on the dissolved on Jan 30.1953 and that !should be held their! Iive8 and properU had

: recently by the Lions Club of Key- 'first and third Tuesdays in each Spokesmen among the protesting I already been endangered by planesflying
t Heavy volume of fruit still of volume here the picture might j the Conner Bros. Insurance I Most of the property owners
stone March 17. I property owners were quick to to and from the lake It
moving out of Plant City and change. I Heights. I month effective Agency has existed only since
deny they bore to- who spoke Saturday seemed to reply to Browning's ques'u 1"tre i
other South Florida markets During the pait week growers j j In making the award for the Charles Hardy. chairman of the 'I that time. any animosity I "
ward believe that their lines \ they my planes?"' thpt.
:.Y A weak market in New York j here sold 1,321 crates of berries : first time this year the club selected Bradford County Hospital Corporation -I' At this point Doyle Conner suggested Browning personally. They property ,

end other eastern cities i for which they received $138.35.I I Mr. Stewart for the honor I made the suggestion that that the Council take the just didn't want seaplanes operating extended out into the lake. This plied they didn't know.HowLs .

Whatever the cause the fact I Daily shipment was as follows: on a "retroactive" basis in view I the City consider selling a portion j(: matter up in executive session in I I in and out of Brooklyn Lake. 1 however was denied by Coon \Vil- of protest came fimn i

remained that the farmer was Peb. 26, 35 crates av. J7.S4; of his unselfish service to the of the park-playground property t order that it might be freely dis-! !I After closing out his operation ; son Keystone barber and Justice I I1of crowd when Browning said "\\ "

taking an awful beating on J5.02 j Feb. 11, 316 crates av. J5.9T: community r-ice,he came to Key. 'for purppwn for p hospital sit*L'ussed and some decision reached.A 'I at Keystone Airpark, Brown- ;the Peace, who said II! don't you withdraw your boat

.... Jlt'1'ri (' ""It costs u* $:!.5!'IO now : Feb. 2R. 51 crates av. $6 98: 1 stone Heights 29 years ago. I He was. advised however that I motion was made by Council-i|i ing built a home on Brooklyn andis I property I II it's the same thing."

lust to get them picked packed. I: Mar. 2. 187 crates av. 1588; Now retired Mr. Stewart the Junior Woman's Club and man W. T. Jackson that the City's |I currently on the staff at the I lines extended only to "the high The hearing officers stated !ih.it!

*n.l crated." one grower said : Mar 3. .771 crates av. 35 55: \. ed as town clerk for 11 )' sen'-I' other organizations are planningto I insurance business, be divided so I University of Florida, engaged inelectronic5 water mark" No one piesent it would likely be 30 days K

Bv the time >ou figure in !l.tbor.fertilizer Mar j. 125 crates av. $502. ,record: of public service also in- i improve the park and that it I Ii as to give the Conner Brothers research ''had a deed which could actually more before the Commission would

cost <>f plants and! in-1 I Volume next week may be sorreiheavier I'I eludes several terms as town i iI j!i would therefore not be available I their proportionate share until O W Jordan. ai tilig aviation be checked to determine this point announce Its decision

secticldes you can see where Wf'1 but will not reach peak he been ''for I hospital purposes. such time as all the Citv's bUSI- ---
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"' propoitions due to in production Doyle and Lucian Conner of the i ness was equally divided The Negress Shot I
alt' i iI gaps of 11 different civic organi-l i I II Western Union Given PermissionTo
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On two days checked prices I[I resulting from occasional II zations and secretary of the :i! Conner Bros Insurance Agency I motion died for lack of a second. I

several weeks back. ; presented a letter requesting The Council advised the : In Reno
were still running somewhat highera ; frosts Chamber of Commerce. Much of :| aj I representatives Scrape

Plant City On March :2 grow- i Federal inspection began on the |,I this work was without remunera-''portion' of the City's insurance. of"the three companies ;,' I Go On Basis In StarkeThe
Agency
there received a 19 1-1 cent' business. that this matter would be taken
TS market here Monday with the result | tion. Prior to coming to FloridaI Geraldme! Mitchell. Remne- '

,*M (pint average as against a 16 The proposal was opposed by under considerationFire '
that quality fruit offered improved I he was in Chamber of Commerceiwoik gress is in a Gainesville hospital'
eiit here On March :3 Sen. Charley E. Johns of the Chief DV Carpenter |; I Thei mpan\ maintains) 'h4'
lot'al'I'
average at Meadeville. Pa. When he I and Aretha Williams also colored. lt'rn I'ruon fac' .swill
'he margin had narrowed with somewhat the first of thereck Charley E Johns Agency who I Continued on page 10 'l I 'I' i I it I was losing ht'unl011 the Op' "
first came to Keystone he was ,, is in the county jail following a ) beiome an agenroffi. :
tion ht-re due to the fait t that I'I
I'lant Citv berries averaging 16 employed by the Lawrence Development street fight with gun and knife operated by Korh's Drur Store

i Co. and later in Staike's negro settlement Sun- I effective April 1. the Telegraph I must: ptthe union sra!<> in t
was Housing Described As No.1 1 Need: Here I I operator although the volume
( manager of the Beach for four ; 'day night about 10 o'clock. I learned yesterday.Application i ,

Ask Bill For Raise; years. According to reports given byj: of the company to messages sent here did nut w <
rant full-time

I The awardas presented to Zoning Desirable Clerk Tells Club ,. police officers. the two wmen''!I discontinue its Class 1-15 tele- ,I a announcing operatorIn its de"I..n
Mr Stewart dinner met on the corner by Lily Jack printer-operated office here was .
at a neetirigof FCC brought out the follow. it ,
$32OG'O) Hospital Fund Transferred the Lions ClubBond 'son's house and began arguing: granted by the Federal Communications -I points: .

Housing w I'
Starke No 1 need b\ Cst\ Clerk built on an adjoining lot. man fnend Aretha is said to i! The action had been vigorously to
II ,i I provide service through a < 'ia!
Senator Chult'Johns: and Mrs Kite in the arrount of
fail Johns who spoke at the I Clerk Johns agreed that zoningwas I have left the scene going to her opposed by varied local groups. 1||:9 teleprinter-operated
Rep ().)) le K Conner were asked $5.000 eai-h. After this was done ageri'fice Y
Concert
house and with .32
Rotary Club Wednesday giving an badly needed but said that i returning a including the County Commis- to be '
operated K
1) meet with the Hoaid of County Mr Hardy requested the Board by -
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n.ight into several of when the I i pistol. The women fought from sioners
: phases city attempted to start and City Council. Some ,, Drug Store the
i '0 nnussloners at 2 o'do.k1.11-, to transfer the nionev ( $320rtOi I I present al'Hhour
''1 Free To Public the city's administration and work on a zoning ordinance several j one side of the street to the other. ,of the protests were later withdrawn | agent in the
dav afternoon t'l discuss a promised now being; held in a special hospital space presen1Jy
:
the altercation Geraldine -
and ,
growth.: I years ago they could not get ;' during however when it was explained occupied by the Class 1 I.B .,'
bill to submit to the Legislature : fund over to the hospitaltrustees below the heart. !
Th! annual Spring Concert Johns said that at the presenttime anyone to agree to serve on the was shot by company officials that flee and that the Class 9
agenoffice
the salaries of CommiKsioners After discussion.
raising some
I I and Aretha cut '
of the 1UIS Band will bt held some 15 families are seeking j necessary citizen's committee was jGeraldme's j local service would not be Curtailed will be open during th
from their $.V)) the Hoard instructed the clerk to
present
I Frida> night. March 20 at 8 houses here and are having difficulty -j "There i is a lot of work involved condition is current-!I, and might even be improved i!same hours a9 the present off-)
month tO) make
oer to $ per month. the transfer as provided bv isI
oYlotk in the n'() building.Carl in finding places that suit and no one wanted to assume thusresponsibility. i ly described as fair. Aretha due to the fact that the and the after-hour agency e. ,
Senator Johns stated that he law.
Kohert, director, announctnl their requirements. :I. ." Johns said. :| in the county jail pending theij i ioutl."oml" agency would actually provide bined and will provide '11'1.'r} ,
was generally to the Mrs Kite the Boardto
opposed
requested
prac- that there would be : The clerk said that Starfce has I j jI i of the condition of thej':longer hours daily and Sunday .service
ic" of pawing special acts but provide office for the Following Mr. Johns' talk the 'ii '
space officers
other ,
City police
no admission charge for the i I: continued to show substantial woman. than were possible under the 1-B 2 That dunntf/ the U' would along with this bill Hospital Corporation and it discussion turned to ,
go prO was city zoning j i Morgan and Sweat handled the
concert. "The band ,wishe to j growth in the post war years I ,set-up. (Continued <-n prig'fcr i
v ultsl it was not a so-called : decided to allow use of the outt'rofil."e
popuition the lack of which was described arrest I
In 191$. the last "mandm ,
act. but a local) bill that of the Count Commissioners show its appreciation& for the I[ year"j
I
fine hUt the of IS perhaps one of the reasons receipts from 'he municipal
support people
had btt-n adveitised according tow room. provided the corporation I
Marke. and Bradford Conntliae finance companies are reluctant plant totaled S9.000 he said Police Have
> City
e Hep Conner concurred In. would have all their files andpropt'rty
gi\en it." the director to underwrite houses in StarkeA I[ Receipts for last year were
ins under lock and key Mrs I.
J Thomas Jr who as County '| $121 000.
I. .
The Board unanimously passed Kite: and Mr Hardy agreed to see sai.l.A 'I I Extra Busy Week
crowd is Service Officer has had considerable He stressed the importance of i ii
motion instructing the clerk to.tve that this was done capacit> exptotedto ( I
experience in working i i Chamber of Commerce work and' Everything: seemed quiet enough
attend and band
-. the county attorney draw up'"W Mrs Bill lligham. Mrs Howard fans areittUisfd 'I
to ".'..m.. earl) to get a with veterans loans. said that un- asked that business men cooperate on the urfare but 11"\ fr J R New gl
bill
pr"p'stt for presentation Wait and :Miss Dorothy floss !
eat". ier piesent conditions a $1O.O)) wht-n called upon to serve in any ;, Vain' right reports that ntv -
the Legislaturei'hades representing the Count Home .
hou..e might h \e it- valuation arrti< 'i itv police officers made 37 arrests -
H.trd chairman and Demonstration Council. asked

\tt Louise },it.. secretaiMSurer \ permission to place a Coca-Cola 'i during the past week the biggest Auto /

o! the Bradford Count vending machine in the courthouse Two-way Radio BHS Cagers Reach Finals In District seven-day period in recent -

il I met with for the benefit Now years.A .
wpi Corporation (II! the Cotir."il : FunctioningIn

H.',I td vn business prrtaimrg"t. The Boa id I una".m.! :! uuM g rifl'.tL. !-. Tournaments Now Being PlayedP breakdown of law violation Dealers
Sheriff's Office shows arrests made for the following -
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pinpti.M'd hospital X' ::"> s ; tin t hsi.

fl'' f .-li-ik a>Wed the H. .! ,'. ;i'l >>\.U.l\ "'e i\ ,.-:, ui\t' .1: Something row h.i> been added Bia.tf'.1s! g''l :,as {obJ.l: l> air! ,: RI-.TS, BHS ..ia-Utan causes: 5 for 3 running for intoxi red

: he 1>.>!'.1.N si MHi'! :\1" .. light S for speeding. .
.i.-4.\i- l e ; ; tt'1. I o the Sht-nft s office and isrwng \\:1:! rr.ert the Mt> o girls ton.ghtit sr: t*- n. -ur-d vc.rv by bucket- cation. 1 reckless driving. 2 driving :

:> a great boon to the ef- 7 p m at the Mayo gyT as the 'Htr a free shot and sinking one '
intoxicated. 12 gambling.

I Legion To Hear Talk On Radio-Relay !icencv of the office. Sheriff P. two top girls teams in the Group from the floor. Rivers totaled 14 \ 3 disorderly while conduct and 1 for no I' .

11 Reddish says It is a two-way 2 Eastern division district tournament points for high scoring honors >I driver's license. In addition to

1.1.., ,-"stem connecting the which is being played in Last Friday night, both boys j! these. the city police turned over

ul.' ril.ix: th.! H. .1 T." ,',... :'1";. office the county jail. lla o. BHS has an enviable and girls prepped for the tourna- to the county one shooting and

i m s new it: SUIH-I 't"l;>;::1 ,' i-. : :r.e automobile of Sheriff record of 12 wins and 3 losses. m 'nt games by downing Baldwin's ': one cutting case. i j 1 J- .

- .-. Not much is known of the Mayo girls and boys. The girls had
Sweat
r.umcations. will be ex'mbers'of ;- i !1'-: : : .r.d Deputy Cecil Sewell. Officers Morgan and ; ---- --N T .
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strength .but they did splita little competition: after the --
girls very last Sunday atone ;
z ''-, the Surkrgion .\-: : i.Ution to this four-way made 19 arrests i
two-game series with the Lake 1st quarter and. with all second Police W E. Thornton : I rquhart and Simpsoni$5
r- ':; ir.umeauons system tile I Chief of j
'..,- Post at their < S I
,, ui..i: enables the sheriffs Butler girls, just as Bradford's strngers playing considerable said '

z:: -t Tuesday.i lassies did.Wednesday. time scored 52-34 victory. ..
an easy Two .
_SS&- : t tv :bend and receive reports I Mayor's Court ',wa: held Wednesday your.g West. KO'.OIMarvin f." .:.

i --I!i-E. DeBerard. Jr. :".' \ : .io wave to sheriffs in afternoon. Coach Apr.es Lawson with 20 points ;instead of the usual time I A Urquhart! 1>.f' aiJ *r. r 1 t-., ., ,. I' : "

for the s.. .' : .. > Hazelwood's team squeezed past ar.d Mary Frances Hazen with 19 because of I 1 David H. Simpson the .
: ijwrvisor : < ''\ :.e Palatka. Green Cove Monday morning are new ;* *>i.a vJ Ji:c j ID Jl l A t* i-

:. Telephone c'ompaiiy .f: < -s.- Like City. and Mac- Lake Butler 32-30 to enter the were the leading<< scorers. ; Mayor Wainwrignt's illness JI 1 Pontiac dealers in Starke. rocceeding -: aerogra her (weather man t

:. .:.f. will bnng lat'' .. .. '.\ Ti-finals.' They played P. K. The boys downed Baldwin aj I I( G. J. ItcGnf. The agency j jhas Simpson came to Stark' ''. .

demorutrat. Yonge. No 1 seeded team. but Arnold Smith scored 19 points 111i moved to the Green buildings i Blountstown where he had b.-. .
- .,1 i ;':tent to i Tax Deadline Apr. 1 :
'he score was not known at press pla\r.g a great game from the .; Jfffer-I I
at the
ar.i. 'eristics of super-hu: Tag Sales AheadOf corner of Court and engaged in clerical work <
: ;; ;' ':microwaves: used .:. L- time.During flooi ar.d under the basket. I i iI April 1 ;is the deadline for payment !i son! Streets where extensive alterations -j teaching. He graduated from FIn .

i- if transmission. 1952 Figures the regular season play. i of 1952 taxes. Tax Collector I are now under way. A S1 and had four years of .vr.ke .

.\ to be discussed u tne .. \ .' BHS and Lake Butler each bee; Masons To Meet I| I. R. Kelly reminded the public this I formal opening will be held when with the Army during \\" r :
A. > n--- :.1:: sa'.es! throughhV the other on their home court '
'. week. Property upon; wlacn taxes i remodeling 13 completed. I War D.Both .
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i11now FlonJa s .
sennng .tj.tAncf :- Js
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sght gain over and in the game Wednesday. itwas The degree of InterApprenticewill hanot been paid by that date Before coming to Starke Urqu- .
1
Haling .> ::..ef\': .;. sear Tax Collector J.i young men are well pi ** <
apparAa' ; nip and tuck again as to: be conferred on a class at becomes tax delinquent and will be, ]hart was associated with an automobile .
R Ki>:"i: : with their choice of Starke
a"v nced
h iK-rnuts operators w r.utondi -".> yesterday.year's Tu: whom would come out on top. the regular meeting of &aordLodge advertised tor sale, the collector'said. agency in Bonifay. He a>

tota; through February was Toe score was tied at halftime N'o. 35. F. A-XL at the business location and think th. .
cities to dul the teef! >noe, & Kelly reported that eoIlf"C-1 j graduated in 1950 from FSU

the distant city direct. P. K.; IMVranl. Jr. :3 151. while in 1952 the figure was I and Lake Batter was leading 30- Temple on W. Call St. Monday I tlorj so far this year hare ben'i' R-here, he played outstanding football section of Florida baa great ;i>)
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1W for the '
same period I 29 with 30 seconds on the clock. night at 7 30) o'clock. Visiting good. 'I and was a raeir.ber of the

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: ffT.\Rini n.oam.\
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'TYYYYYYYTTTTTTYYTYYYTmLA1VTEY ..aeekerd \......t.-.g: thc'r. pare--- I
IIH VDFOIII) ** mt \ *'*l' **l' m 1 / ifc E *L MATTHEWS Mr and :Mr Pau.: Dr.K.rSt ) .- '_ __ _,J( --__>_ _"_ -__ ___ -'_ =-:::::-_'_' :.-:.

\ and Mr and Mrs C F Cdr

COUNTY EDITOR Mr and Mrs GV Rob.t-S- 34TH

vi cw oi NsTEiEGItAPli PUBL.15..ER b>' 1_ II. Fetch were in St Augustine las Sunday ANNIVERSARY SALE !

They were the dinner gue.-:-,
UAAAAW .... ..
&J of Mr. and Mrs G W Roberta Jr MIGHTIEST
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUB'.ISHtD CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME M5THE The Lawtfv City Council met A number of Lautey Pe-.pie FOOD SALE IN ALL HISTORY!
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r -- brJ..*. Florida, under on last Monday evening with al. 'were seen at the Home ComIng a:
Post Office at
Friday and catered as tnend eta a matter at the Thousands of
!'uWhhed esery members present Also present ati i the Heilbronn Baptist Church :ast Dollars in Food Savings in All Departments. Askat
the Art of March 3, 1879.
: this meeting was City Attorney !Sunday Store for Big Colorful 10-Page List, Jam-Packed With Bar-
PRESS ASSOCIATION .... MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION George Patten of Starke. The!I Warren Boatwnght is spending gains
MEMBER FLORIDA From
Council received the resignationof several days here with his other Front to Back $ 0 Q

i Starke's Market Should Pay It's Way considering Marshal the D. B.resignation Thomas. council After- and other for relatives fi:tr.er dut.e before.-. tie reporting Scores More Items On Sale Not Listed Here!

I unanuously agreed to acceptthe military serv.eeFOR

! We like to think that everything in Brad- while management, in turn points the accusing -|.' resignation. Attorney Patter ------ Your TTTTTYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
ford County is "the bigget and the best" finger at the grower "who won't co-;,told the council that the plat e' : y- T' 1 Local Lovett's For Your Convenience/ Has Added

and that every project undertaken here is operate". As in most instances of this kind,!could be filled temporari! by appointment
brought to a successful conclusion. That is it is probably "six of one and half a dozen of but that a special e.ft-; J-ivERYfJ/is An Extra Checkout Lane

one reason it was more than a little discon- the other", but until something is done to tion would have to be held The .,, ,
Mayor called an election to beheld --
certing to be told lat week that our State bring thee two widely separated viewpointsinto I on April 7. for the puiposeof Palrrtil19.I'12 "" 2iinhIti ;
Farmers Market in Starke has never been closer harmony, the market will con
electing a marshal to fill the ,
has paid its tinue to suffer. e
self-supporting never way unexpired term of Mr Thomas '
from fees collected and requires constant Much of the responsibility for ironing out: There were several! citizen >

subsidy from markets in other sections: of these differences of opinion and conflicts I present in the interest of the -fOltPAINTINGS ::

the rtate. should rest, it !seems to us with the market's I telephone project There had nil t Q
That! not a pretty picture. We like to advisory committee. Each State Market is i been much interest taken in th..

think that Bradford County can carry its supposed to have a committee that helps determine !' project but since most "t the
hare of any load and to be told that outsiders policy and iron out difficulties when !the territory has been cans'arse.i WV

must "chip in" to help pay our way the need arises. In the early days of the i I in the interest of phones the "HHI > ww t

whether it be with our Farmers Market or establishment of the market here there was tcil I decided to procE'edh T.e

any other project hurts our pride. an active committee that met regularly and I''canvassing and make a. rrp' t tu
the Santa Fe Compan t/: M-
Especially is this true when we know that performed r.1any.aluable service In recent -
ly date.11 those intert--.vi: re Quantity Nights lie.rned
the volume vegetable and fruit crops years, however although a committee urged to contact s .n- <>,. Prices (.nod Thru Sat. March 7

grown in the county is: more than enough to exists it has been inactive and has been of of the City council at ..r r.M .t _

make the Starke market self-supporting no service, as far as we can determine. in date and make their n-q'it-- r..i C

IF (and here again it's: a mighty big if) a offering advice and support to the market a phone this request to be a- FUN FOR DECORATIONFOR cH SEtrrrNLb
Can
sufficient quantity of the produce\: broughtto management or in looking after the interest. companied by the proper remun- PROFIT! 79C
the market to be sold. The figures indicate of the grower. erations.

that less than one-sixth of the products Putting the Starke market on a selfMipporting Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shuford of No Results Experience Guaranteed Necessary .
in the county were handled throughthe .-' .-- -_" .-- ..-" --- .
grown Palatka relatives 1Lt
were visiting in .
basis is goal that will not be -- -- -
a Men.( comer of all age: even - --- iii-Tr
market last year. I ILawtey last weekend children, lute akin to this fjv a.II.I.injt -
reached until the
Why is this: true? It would be foolish for grower the buyer, and the I Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green of hol>hPicture Craft'pri>. ARMOUR'S FAB-U-LOUS
anyone to attempt to fix the blame withoutan management all get together, each acknowledge -I jMiddleburg were dinner guests of mhrJ oil olor-- and numbered
exhaustive .study of all contributing his resHnsibility and shortcomings and can\3 guide your hand like ama
| (Mrs Mae Wells last Monday -trr painter'You'll\ be amazed
factors. We do know, from casual determine to in the market TREET
many cooperate making | Miss Arthurine Blanchard and at the prof""ion.ll re-ult pea! eduilh FAB
conversations, that there i is a tendency to here the successful venture that it rightfully i Mrs. Nell Housley of Jacksonville tour net* found abilitv

"pass the buck" when an attempt is made to should be. Apparently, it i is' up to the Advisory -[were Sunday guests of A. M'Hlanchard No Mix-No Mess-No Errors!

fix resjM>nsibility. Growers are prone to Committee to take the initiative! in' and Miss Enza Blanch- F.\er>lliin you need contained ill

find fault with the market management, bringing! this about. lard.I ,the one <'om'l.| ait palkage.Merrl( % //2-oz. Can
the Picture Craft Kit and Large Box '
I The Howard Miner family ofJarksom.i1It .open 39C
: I > were the weekendguests enjoy the pleasure of painting in 27'AcO'SAGE
I Fine For Everybody But The Farmer of Mrs Effie Miner oilthe, moment. your I>rulistrike
the ram a* It's that simple

"Fort days in office and the walls of blooded way to look at the situation at Mrs J. M. Browning and son -- .. ..
David who schoolin
are attending
Jerico still stand That is to say the Koreanwar )least, as far as the farmer is concerned. We Gainesville were spending the ,. .- -

is still going on. The budget is still can't see any particular satisfaction or advantage weekend hen- at their home Dessert
unbalanced. Taxes have not been reduced in having the buying power of the Mr and Mr.- Paul Dinkms Jr.

and the defense spending is still at the rate city worker i increased at the expense of the of Anthony were here for they No 2/2! Can 19C
of four or five billions a month. Now, no farmer. i -. PEACHESTROPICAL E S
reasonable expected! that miracleswere
person And don't think that the slump can be'

to be j performed over night by a new confined to the farmers. They are big buyers -'': :asrr,

administration. It should be pointed out of wearing apparel, home appliances' i -----s... ,,,. .. ..,. Brand
however that some of the campaign! oratory furniture, autos, trucks, radios, television, ;'_..-.. -- ;-;' -''.;.!.t"'I. A.
)led to the expectation that a magical trans- sets and heavy equipment, lumber and paint. .- ........:..: .;.; -_ TOMATOES E S No 303 CanSWIFT'S

order.formation" would take place in very short A cut in in their manufacturing buying would operation quickly be That reflected 1 OC

Lest we be accused of premature criticismof might reduce factory labor needs and slash Choose from +_Gnudb I"'"" "rnt, I I -
an administration we opposed; 1 editorially, the buying power of city workers e\entually. .. 4d..t I'L...Maa 21 BeautifulArlistDesigncJ .4 st-sI
let air' hasten to identify the author of the I
The new administration has been quick to Subjects.
above paragraph as: columnist Marquis I point out that it can't be blamed for de- jJt'J jood *ck CORNED BEEF 12 Oz CanSWIFT'S 39C
('Child We will admit, however that Mr. !
clining farm prices, since the slump had $295 I
Childs'
is
voicing thoughts that must have ONLY
started before the Republicans took o\er. set
been running through the minds of many of to find a four-leaf clovei-
The law of supply and demand will work .
us and will continue to run in the months it's better luck have Accident ShorteningSWIFT'NINB "J"I/ ,
to Includes
everything: out just: fine, they say at /
to come a.-: one by one the roseate promises
least as far as the farmer is concerned. Insurance! S Numbered Artist Can,a' ((16 x 12))' Can
made by the Republican leaders fail .
as Pre.m"M oil colors 3.7Lb 67C
But'I'om Kinder. Georgia's commissionerof ,
they will of realization. Special artist i brush
Aside from this gentle joshing by Mr. agriculture, points out : the operation of Charley: E. Johns S Complete! painting ,instructions I I
the law of supply and demand "is ,e' l :- C3-.J.-1 Id 2.,
irregard! to
Childs' it seems to us that everyone has exercised Agency c.o c.a'me usS1 ') i BARGE Brand Alaska
t r
farm products suits northern '
capitalists! and
remarkable
restraint in withholding: Pb'loe IS 8TARKE. FLA.
criticism in an obvious attempt to "give the industrialists just fine because they control i ..... h. Tal/Cans
new administration a chance to show itsstuff" the supply of industrial products: behind a "t f' S SALMONHeavy L 1 $1-00

That gOtfor us, too but it is getting tariff wall, thereby controlling the law of ..,., ..'.....
t harder and harder supply and demand insofar as it relates to'' ,
: to keep quiet whenwe } <",rmenting THE TRAVELERS, Hirtforfl 1I t t'i.
read such industrial products. In other word.the .
statements as: The Kisenhower r.
administration doesn't regard the industrialists under the Republican: Party Western, "Eat-Rite" Beef C

farm-products price deflation as a threat to want free trade for the farmer but at thr Lb 69
the nation's economy. It Mieves the price same time demand protected trade fur in- SIRLOIN STEAK

drop, though it shrinks farmer income is dustry.

adding to the buying power of city workers Xo we don't blame the new admini:-t ration -i.

and will soften labor's demand" for another for starting the decline of farm prices: NtIWHEN _- '_ .. JJ;_ .' ,< ._ _-_- -_-_" __., -_-._..

ml1atlonlryagt.' increase. we will blame it, however if it pursue*.
If this is true and so far the administration shortsighted course of thinking that ',in- Tender Eat-Rite Chuck SUNNYLAND SmokedHAMS

has shown nothing to indicate that iti.n'f segment of our economy can benefit at the
: it impresses: us as a singularly cold- expense of the other.the .

Four Guardsmen efficiency rating of the unit i talion Commander has ake YOU CAN OWN A SINGER SEWING MACHINE ] ROAST

for the fiscal sear: will be held that all employers continue to
Complete Courses
1 AT SUCH A LOW PRICE! f 1 1OE
by the Inspecting General from cooperate in releasing rie' bt-i! Lb 8 to 12 Ibs.

Four members of the local National Third Army Headquarters on of th- Guard for the ne.ilelse I'X'-: RECONDITIONED 44C 65C
Guard unit have recently i, March ZI) IKOHOITIOHf r ,..+ Half
graduated from Leaders Coursesat since this :s a \ttl; :t. I' .C..I U'EO"Wit" or Whole
Lt. Col T 1 McClane: Jr D.ttthe: training program art hr
The Infantry School. Ft. ll'n- .
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1! -- -
Gil. -
ping --
M Sgt. Rodney P. Mall andSgt
Frank W. Dryden Jr attended '' 0 6\ Heavy Western "Eat-Rite" Beef HOUND or
the light & HeavyVea- i
Jvuis Infantry Leaders Course Lb
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from Got 23 to Feb :$ Both

men completed the course covering A r!
11
: all types of weapons in a. r \ --
InfantrHattahon and the coirtn "., Heavy Western "Eat-Rite" Beefr"
leadership which qualifies th,'!!- l-iI4
to become platoon leaders Lb

Spt Hilly Dansby and > ;=. trrditssss RIB ROAST 49C
Joseph N Warren graduated; !
t FUll CASH PRICE
from the itdantiy Conunuuicati* New Speed Control _
(','ur,."- which they attended from F
::: tle. New Motor SO LAND-O'SUNSHINE
oil I to Feb 19. This course C
,.,wcraU types of communications -: '( S New Carrying Case Lb 69
Tums
used in an Infantry lUttat-! '" IoIODH.ICfol Eosy BUTTER
\- f E st New Sew-Light At or'2ed
.
IOU. such as telephones, radio:

course mt'sS3Jt't'nttr is designed and to signal.cover Th.ail o' '1\: 5 YEAR "" GUARANTEE LlBUAL TRADE.IN

types and phases of commumrition ? V '- Juicy FLORIDA 5 Lbs. MAR-GOLD Col. Lb.

l, .using and the to qualify hltest signal the graduates equipment I \& -< f '.1 r r ...:l--\t' '. GIVEN I Moth Witt Pl/rcllOlld"* Each n, / ORANGES 29C OLEOFresh L E 19C

an Infantry for Communication Battalion Chief 11 / / ,r\ /' \ '---/. Bv1TUNHOLERQ1tIlTER

'GARNER
:-t The local) Guard company has ATTACHMENT f Firm FLORIDA 8 Lbs. Green Top 2 Bchs.
'" one other member Sgt George

, A Wmkler attending the Light - -
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A Heavy Weapons Infantry Leadership I -I II GR'FRUIT 35C CARROTS 15C
sria Course at this time He i START NOW BANK SOMETHING MAIL l Ol I'ON

=its schedule to graduate on March I \lfKY PAY i DAY..REAP Trie i: sewers .i.; I -IOi 15. Fnnyth I II i
1::. ACME STORES 'Inc. fit.: Dunc. Hines Org. 7 Cans Crisp Pascal 2 Stlks.
,
ii tat h"nIUt' Fla.i .

The annual weekend trains': I \\o' !ld like a FKKE: HOME DEMONSTRATION; I |
period for local Guardsmen!'' tKst at no obligation to me of the Reconditioned Singer J JU I ICE E 99C CELERYFrozen 13C

.7l"r be held at Camp Blinding A\; > I I
FLORIDA ;
BANK STARKE S27.50.Xame .
1 and 16-17 Ii
2.r6.. 'Is"3 Miy Ii i
. i Ace-Hi Gr'fruitJUIC 10 Cans Pan-Redi Pkg.
weekends will be used i"r
Two I _
I h h I II
::.. firing the unit weapons: OT 'hBUnding -' .
.
- ranges. The other w n...- .\ ?1alt ides Florla // I ion at Ljroup I Address -- - - ----- -- J I E 99C SHRIMP 79C
end will be used on a Comm.l: \tsrat* I
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City __ Phone
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Post The exercise annual armory inspe< ".">". -I -If H.F.I-). .UJ-Plt'a.- :end :prrtnr rN"thuh, LIT _' ::. -'!'!- :__ -.._ !' __:__ ::_"_____ ___ -..-__ ; ..=.__ c----. .'.. -u'-.__ _'__ -= ..-=-_= _'"'.- :
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MAKCI 6, 1931 BADFORD COUNTT TELEGRAPH. ST \RKE. FLORIDA
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TTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTfTTTTTTl tended church services. r.-ma:n for a t.me I Mrs Rtta .\-.ae-scr. oi Tampa fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHE1LBRONN -

Mr and Mrs Edward, Fagjle olfiaiford Miss MadeLr.e Kennedy is at O\e1T.gh* '..:s::ors a' Mr i-i:

HAMPTONby were Sunday guests (Jf: home again She was in Riverside Mrs W C Corm: wer Mr dud :

Mr and Mrs George Saxon. Hospital for two weeks with a ilrs H P Fouls Jr of Lakeland !I Serve Coke home.
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Rev R C Gray left Monday' fractured thigh! Mr Doris Yeager of Palatka b Marian: :NormanUAUAAAUAUAAAAUAAIAA
) ,*. Urn. W. Hammond I }
for Lakeland where he will con \\oman.. nub letin|; spent last Sunday( with Rev ar.3: %

1.AAAAAAAaLAUAAUUAAAA duct a two weeks Revival i i11r. 'Mrs Hall. I
The Woman's Club held its regular : I
Mr And Mm Lester McCul- and Mrs A. G Poape anc meeting last Tuesday Feb I :Mrs. P H Parker of Palatka i Mr and Mrs M L Holcnb of make hospitality esq

ioch and family were Saturday sons L. G and Beryl of Eav 21, in the club house Instead of;who is visiting Mr and Mrs Bullington Delaware spent; last Thursday withtie )

guests of the Jim McCullor- 'Gallic spent the weekend,: at their the afternoon session usually held, I at Starke were anoth ; A'-kel Xonnans :

Sampson city. home here. it took the form of a covered dsh many visitors at Pine Level Church! Mrs Florence Johnson of Tam- Generations of Americans

Mrs E M. iTevall isn't ai wen] Mrs Fannie Mead left Sun' luncheon and dreg large attendance unday.. pa came last Thursday to spend an

ag her many friends' wi&h I day for an extended visit wit, ]* I The feature of the meet-. Mr and Mrs C. E. Charles ac-t indefinite time with Mr and Mrs have enjoyed this \\holesome: : rtf '& lClent.l'3S .

Mrs. P. Green alTitusvill cospan-ed by Mr Charles, Sr. and Ancel! N'ormaa.M.SS .
Mrs. T. J. Alderman has beer'; her daughter I ing was the exhibit of paintings ,
err ill with the flu. *. I by Mis Caroline Mizell cf Mrs Mullenhall. all of Econmany.Ind .. Dorothy Ross. County Home So )' to serve i

Mrs. W. H. Maxwell was abuftinru Mr ana Mrs Jim Brown u.J! Gainesville Mrs. Mizell made a spent Tuesday a.fternoonlth. Demonstration A e:1t..ss, in this

caller in Jacksonv< I children of Orlando spent the;short talk! on painting as a means. rr. and Mrs Arthur R. McRae !'cosimunity! last Thursday and Friday -; Coca-Cola is a cherished favorite

Monday I weekend with the Dan Johnson's ,self-expression. Miss Anne Gracie:I,I The Charles family were returning ,I I of people '

Marvin Ogden of Pompano an4 Mr and Mrs Wallace Collin of Gainesville played numbers on to In&ana after vacationing in Mr and Mrs Horace Nettles of \

nephew of Ben Y. and George, entertained his mother from Jacksonville -.I:the piano. There were several out St Petersburg and Lakeland. 'La-",tey wore visiting' the Johnnie j

Saxon ia vuiticg in Hampton. I Sunday. of town guests : Mr and Mrs \'. E Thornton;Stewarts last Sunday. :

Verder Wall and wife of Porn: Mrs Mae Brannen and grand- ; The Woman's Club has purchased -:'were dinner guests at V E 's parents i Homecoming at Jlaptist Church I /.Fz; ,by 't
Mr and Mrs. Carl Thorntonof 1 1j
patio was in Hampton Tuesday i danghter of Jacksonville spent ; a new stove for the kucheb The Heilbronn Baptist Church,

morning on his way to Gr*'i I Friday and Saturday with hei I Members hope that now it will not I Water Oak Section Sunday 1 held their annual homecoming last I '

Cove Springs to attend the funeral I ter-in-law Mrs Louise Maniei be necessary to run across lots We are glad to report that Mrs i j Sr

of hu father R A. Wall. : and son Charles ; with pans of biscuits or rolls! bak- .J. E. Murrhee, daughter of Rev.i Sunday with a program of group I

Mn W %V. Willianuon: and I ed member's for din- and Mrs Hall, is back at home singing, quartets, trio!, and duets. I
in some oven
Mr and Mrs Emory Brown,,
Children' Gloria Irvin and Envu t again after spending several days During the corning hours the? history -' 4.:; --i
:
,
Mrs T F Brown and son Frank ners served in the club. That hasbeen I :
I II
with her mother in the hOSpItAl. I, of the church was read recognition -1
pent Saturday the in times
I were Sunday guests of Mrs D. W procedure past lt"w
Mn J D M(Lhtlloch.Mrs !! Moore in Starke. :when the old stove refused to J. W McRae and parents, the. of charter members, family rLC'a
I with the most generations pret'nt. !
H M McRae-j, Mrs Sue Mynck
A. II Kelsey Mrs Dar bake. Plans are under way for a
i Miss Dons Parker attended : i oldest mother, youngest mother, '
leper and lion Kenny' of Theresa, breakfast cooked on the newstan and Danny 1cP.ae'tre visiting
i church in Waldo. Sunday M McRaes, at Lake i and roll call The pastor brought I II 1
the J. N
Crosby /
F Tues I it. Detailsof :
all ' 11 r. and Mrs Emory Brown ;Sunday afternoon. I the homecoming message "Home"At .
day morning! this event will be announced .
were' in Gainesville Saturday. Mr and Mrs Earl Spencer of the noon hour a basket lunch
Mr and Mm Percy Gnffin ol i Mrs Mae Sweeney and Mrs later Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs I was served to all who were present i .

+taikxonvilie :panSed hu fa- 1 C. I. May visited Miss JoarlIsweeney The next regular meeting of.Loran Conner of Svlvama. G3.i Irk of Prater
Tner Walter Griffin home Sunday i the club will be Tuesday Mar 1\
in Gainesville Saturday on i were, visiting R. M Crosby recently -. TheK Heilbronn WMU. is holding -
after spending Ihlpat twttfks + Mr and Mrs Roscoe May have II 10 It is possible that the new and also attended church here. i a w, pk of prayer this week at
with his son. C ,. stove will be installed by then and 'the
: returned' Washington., D. Mrs Sue Mynck of Lake Geneva chuii'i.YoI'1.1.i.
Mr and Mrs. J. C Wynn and! 'after visiting his parent the I t I can be seen by the members. spent Saturday night and Sunday I .a

htldren' of Jacksonville were Saturday ; Horace Mays and brother Claude!'II''I' Young Larry crown, son of Mr i with the H. M" McRaes.Mr LOK the nets r.st.-r-: J )

night and Sunday guests :and family and Mrs Bud Brown had a bad I and Mrs Robert Mynck brook purse-sur firtmtamns| in

cf the O P. Wadawortns Mr and Mrs Robert Cox accompanied i i accident last Saturday. He caughthis made: a business trip to Jacksonville pastel shade. Only\ ji.37: at Bradford 1
1 ,
Mn Inez Alford of Jacksonville Bert Hinson Jr. to.I. foot in an electric lawn mower, Saturday. ( oiintv Telegraph.A1TEN11ON| r
is rpending norm-time will: Jacksonville Sunday and spent tht I i iI I I and was badly cut. Tendons, art Mr and Mrs Thomas Gill of
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net mother Mrs George Saxon I day with Mr Cox's sister, Mrs. eries and a vein were severed.. Starke were visiting the Robert ,. .u. '
Mr and Mm Ralph Tearaall Frank (Hicks and family. i fXcept for the fact that the motor,,Myncks :Saturday; night I / 1

and lion Everett' were buainesieallera !: Mr. and Mrs H Y. Saxon and i jammed, he might have lost afoot Mr and Mrs James V. Crosby I /iK 1 }

In! Gainesville Monday I George Saxon were business 'I and son, Jimmy, were visiting Mrs _

Mr and Mn I> I Knight! and] (alters in Starke Monday : Mr and Mrs. Eddie Bleha and:Crosby's parents, Mr and Mrs L
A. Barry at Brooker Wedneadav If You havePINE Ji
Tuesday Rusher have
ruby of Folkston. Ga were Sun Mrs Inez Alford spent Mr and Mrs Arthur
of last week and while there enjoyed -
in Jacksonville moved into their new homes on
John
of their son
day guents W \ a while fishing on the Lake : OK CYPRESS
and Vernon Slide. Sr and Lawrence Boulevard
Knight: family
and really caught some fine .
Mrs Minnie! I.u Silcox of Hell!' Saxon were in South Camlma u\'er Mr and Mrs Kyle will be intheir I The strawberry perc ; TIMBER TO SELL
season is here
bronn is upending sometime with the w..t"kt"nd.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY. new house on Keystone Lake I r i sh
Ossie Cason gathered 2S crates i Small Tracts 'f
her' mater. Mrs Joe 'onyth and in a-iew days. ; I Large or ,
Friday and 17 Saturday of last
Mr and Mrs Pete Monano of
family weok I {"'e All
Buy
Mrs Nellie Swindell of Starkf 1 1 Pmebush. N. Y, who have beenusiting
Mrs Sut :Mvi u K m ida business f
with Mrs' Os<'ar Heights Mr and Mrs F. Lpon-
pent Saturday Keystone
trip to Ja.L"OI\h.!! Monday and PAY TOP PRICES S
months r/fluIar
the two
MrGf'f' hard for past returned to her hoar aT Lake
and Mrs It Y Saxon and! MilhnaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI to their home :Mr
Mr h) Mrs. Sara have returned (;,'neva Tuesday 6 1
Mr and Mrs. George Saxon were Monano recently' purchased the I, I

in Green Cove Springs Tuesday Bloss house but has had it rt'nh'dIr (Write or Call

to attend the funeral of K. A. I TurKfIUIiMMd llrreOn. and :Mrs H L. Morgan: Sr

I ... 'ViiiiulK-'i and I !II iftwild Del who were I
Wall. Wilmington, \\11\ ]'.\\ MORKvihf n ESTERI
Mrs Irene Furham and sun I turks wenieleai"
I'l\t.t left Monday for a few days I last week bthe. State Game I Morgan Jr. for several days' IIstI
I the i |xn at only $:.97? Mide variety LUMBER CO.
*.>at' in khonville after which Commission. Fixe pairs of week have gone on to DavtonaBeach
tihf will! visit her mother-ir. law mouhalor-halcheti birds were I where the will spend a of colors and points at IHkADroiin PHONE 211 J IOTUED UNDCt AUTHOIITY OF INS COCA.COt* COMPANY If


Mr and Mrs' Edward: Saxon ..I K -y>ton... Sportsmen are asked turning Wilmington they '.v.'l:'!1I' FLA.
STARKE .
e t95). IHI COCA cot* COMPANYYouI
(101t'rt' in town SumKu and! t to ux>perdte by protecting the'come back to Keystone amip.! m! n a registered trade mark
I I'
(uikr>* for a period' of severalstMii (I several weeks.Members' .

7 Rtli* 1 >n to give them a chance tc of the Rot i. \ cuh: -

Misery of ''ftS.; 111 lilt 11'1). enjoyed "a hunting trip to H.i'ii' Relief 1

last Friday That is. they enioved
Work his beep started on the and seeing picturesof When new drugs or old fail to help
about
addition to the Community;I hearing taken by your cough or chest cold don't delay.
666uQYr < %huioh It is hopI that it will: ) the trip recently Tol- I II CreorrClsion contains only safe, help- ,
Raster Suad' I Frank Walrtth Jr. Fremont ful, proven ingredients and no narcotics ay"WOW"!
IAMI PAu MULE rte i'umptelt'd by 'lea (members of the club) and to disturb nature's process. It s
I'he WednedJiv E'veninet''kE' j Judge C. I. Tolles of Melrose goes into the bronchial system to aid
.in' l'ontinull.hrough the next organized Lioness nature soothe and heal raw!, tender, :
recently
The
Guar-
KOK SALEFLORIDA ; tew weeks n-l' I Faster I installation of inflamed bronchial membranes.
Club will have its anteed to please or jour druggist refunds r.
Itobt. Jdikon i? horn from ,
Lt. 23 at )
March has stood
officers on :Monday. money. Creomulsion
90 Korea. He was expected last j Inn. This will be a the test of many millions of users. 1.,

STRA11'IIEiIRYN'IIRSERI' I Sunday bthe but his blizzir-l plan in was the grounded west-'I'the joint Keystone meeting the of District Lions Go\e'and IAn.ioi. CREOMULSIONteliots fir. when you feel that ride !

: PLANTS and he was de'.avt'd! neseea and Coughs Chest Colds, Act Bronchitis
I i'will make the main address
$10 Per ThousandF. Mr. and Mrs \\'. U XKiloe r,iStaunton TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBy

(), H. I Va and their two children ffTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'TPINE t.

\KMON! I( MORGAN(; are in Keystone Height i MFituig I

Kt. 1. Hut X2 her patents Mr and :Mrs LEVEL ftdjYou'll say those 41 "Worth More" featuresare

I'allll.-l, t1a. C K Wiggins. Mr Goodlue will return
I this weekend but sh,> will "Shorty" !
really something
b> Mrs.: II. M.: McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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NOW ON DISPLAY AT of our Pastor Ht'" W E Hall, at f) :

I his home He is still in bed but St4vC h.t-[ '"' i buy it. .worth more when you sell it I!

feeling much better today. Brother A'
Alton Dobbs of Starke filled his '
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place in the stand Sunday morningand ,.. t fct This '&3 Ford will "spoil" you for any ordinary car. For an

evening seivues with 222 in 'I l amazingly low price it gives you the long, low, massive styling

Sunday School classes We were << "Ir' ',-- ( --5, that will stt tomorrow's trend, It gives you a choice of

NEW G-E SPEEDSTER glad to have with us Rev H P. -p /iN# .M"Fete's fl t flashing8 or Six "GO." It brings you a new Wonder Ride without
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This community was made sad the Kinda guy-thatnever I (f( i ;;:: sacrificing easy handling. Then, too, among its
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when we learned that Mr a
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Crestmark Body big curved windshield
and Mrs H. H. Lews had been quality-design a one-piece ,

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Mrs Ray Jackson The funeral to jour compete satis why it brings. you a whole new standard of driving
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Gladys Mooty >d Cross Fund Dnve .
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Phone 35 I t. >i :r.e club members tv' .
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Men Of The Church I t ',is Project.
Woman Club f 1.1 ,,' ,'!'!.', .t Ild
-\/wUdl reports were giveo >r.jt: ve

To Hear Librarian Hear Dr. Gordon ,j -g,' ng/ officers and commie?: .:.,. "'.ir> r.t

,'r.Airv.en: Mrs H B Peyton ..ns'a M.I NYMPHSWIM
and their Importance A delicious turkey supper was ,'r. \ .rl!, .- VJ P. :
-Libraries officers in a 1\\elY .
new .
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Men of the Church of Church r "
will be the served to the :
It. Bradford County" I 1 ; a.naraduUS ceremony and preseed 1 \oJ.\:, t l ,
i the Fuv. 1'n-5bytt'rtan Church at
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subject of the program I their monthly meeting Li the San- I 1 Tt gifts to rt'tlringoftlcers
Newman at the March : 4 SUITS
Audrey \t>- Officers installed were
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lorMn l
I day School building Monday evening : i knirr
f: meeting of the Woman'i Club E' .e Hazen pres.; Jt'wt'l1"gel la 1 ....-... 1 .uri Hratllurd I ..aul..
at 7 o'clock. .,
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afternoon at K. I. ," |1' '
next Wednesday 'I Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor of the ores! : Louise Stern recording :.' )rt.5urdrr jar'
3:30 o'clock. seRuin Siaimocs. treas 01 r.hli. aim* ,m4 \..l...<- Inulnae
First Prtabyteian Church, Games-

ilostea.tI, for the afternoon will II I rJle was guest: speaye:'. and delivered V: 'n" Curne. corresponding $*.: 1_ l.t.t 1 I'i.tir, in TtorMii" ,1-,d, <

chairman, ," ,I .tddn ,
installation
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be Mm Joe an inspiring addresn on a' < lose of the ,. ,.
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F. J.I The' : t \L'" \tai gird rlt. ....
Mn Lester Crews. Mrs I I "What Does It Mean to be a Presbyterian 11 .b pledge was given ini \i'i .i 1" ; ..,H" '" .. '\.
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E. McKinney : 't : .p : : io 1 i* "! <1 :* "I'o'f"! "' in plall"roo" I
Pellum. Mr. A. I *" He commended thePresbyterian ; 'v'. ., .
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Mrs. into then .'. .. ,, ,
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Mrs Earl Church throughoutthe -.. mmbersjtt'd i i I':' )! 1 !
Futch.WCTU I -t ". i': lr-: ''n' : iMna.dtlt..>n ,". '!t"' -' .. ..1'! ,h ,rl" > t 'rder
Young and Mrs C. A. world for its emphasis on su- ,i' this' time were Miss Doris of Mnne Bunk- \ .: \\ t ". .. -

!i r-rtmacy of the Smpturej. the sovereignty S .. A.-T. Mrs Theda Montgomeiy.M Bunk XT. "A 5- > ,' ; 'f'.1
and George M Bunker of San Antonio .
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Honors of God. T -- Jewett Fogg. Mrs. John
Tea i representative -
Texas, was solemnized
I government and the need for the! Miss Jcitn 't'c! s' f 'if .t, ..' F', ,' ,#' \ -. !uon, Mrs. Sara Becker and ..................,....,

Founder's Birthday I indwelling power of the Holy Spirit]:Lynn Hamiltmi, b..'h 1 L : I, ,t ,. \t1 ". :? \!.'" Martha Horne.Women's ,. chapel Saturday of afternoon Travis 1'ark Feb Mfth.-ti-1 14. in th; I I

''in every phase of the Church's. were united In /:..tti.tK.- .i- in-. : 1\' '. ,.)
therlemory Church.
honoring
annual tea : .
Th' i! program. First liaptiat (ChUrl m. :Sr; : 1-1: v M.! Ah--- >;' .' ..t..,
of theW7t' Councillet Dr Kenneth L
of the founder I Copeland i !1'ed i'
Frances Wiilard. wasgiven 1 The group elected Rudolph SaiXa& February 21. The !iefcMv\inl "f[ the briilt-, ,Ante! a .* n' >: %r Miss
last Friday afternoon in the recording secretary to succeed I C. Han'ey of Highland cificiated gabardine with pink cessories \ At Graham The bride wore a ballerina .i- _. Save ;

of the (io pel Tabernacle.j Dr. R. D. Hamilton Presiding over using the double ring ceremony. and a corsage of pink roses. the | gown of white satin and Cb! e:::. .
annex I the was W. T. Jackson. I The Wo: :en's Council of
Arrangements of spring flowers group I I I The bride, who was given in marriage Mrs. H. H. Hamilton motherof at the|lace Her illusion veil tell l r ">
I The delicious meal was served by First Christian church met
were ised in decorating.An I I I by her brother, Kenneth the groom, wore a suit of blue in ;!R pearl tiara, and she C.iIIW : i
the Women of the Church. Dr.. home of Mn John McKinney .
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iirerestinj program: was prernted I i Starling, wore a wedng gown gabardine with white accessories evening for their !bouquet of white gardenias
Gordon commended for Tues-lay
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prior to the business se.smonwhi I their loyalty to the church.group The.I'of white lace and net. Her fingertip and a corsage of pink roses. monthly meeting. I 1 Mrs Robert J't'JShn>\1 \\ ,i- Up To 20 90
matron of honor and Charles Wo.rY'was :
over by Mra. I nil was of net trimmed: with Ireceding the ceremony Miss
'h was presided
j closing! prayer was offered by the, During the business meeting a i'
Jennie Thornquest. vice president I 'lace. She carried a colonial bou- Ahese Lawson sang "I Love Yoa for the bridegroom's hst man
pastor Itrt.V S McAliley. I' community birthday calendar !
i.. th' absence of the president The next mt-eting is scheduled!quet of white carnations centered Truly". Miss Mary Julia Futch 1954 was discussed and plans were!I Following a short wedding tnpthe on your ,

Mm Virgle Avery, .who was 111. for by a white orchid. played the wedding music.A The couple will be at home in San
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Friday April I formulated for a bazaar. 1 Antonio.
Two new members were added to Miss Magdelene Wilkinson reception followed with Mrs.
council sold enough vanilla to INSURANCECONNER
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bride attended high s.'h."land
the [011.Tea..as. WSCS MeetingsHeld I bridesmaid wore a gown of pink Fred Moore cutting the three- buy a 60-cup coffee urn for the college: in Honda She was .t t !
servt-d following the taffeta and net and carried a tiered wedding cake and Mrs. church.
I member of Alpha Delta Pi soronuMr
business: session. TuesdayCircle colonial bouquet of blue: iris. Miss Buster Bennett pouring the punch. The hostess served delicious ,
I Bunker attended school in S in
Barbara Wilkinson maid of honor Assisting them were Misses Gail refreshments during the social

PresbyterianVomen : one of the Methodist wore a gown of blue taffeta and Moore and 011a Mae Phillips. I hour to 19 adults and ten chil-..1 I j Antonio and and Schnener Institute in: BROS.
was hum
jKerrville graduated
WSCS met at the home of Mrs. \
net and carried a colonial bouquetof Miss Amanda Wilkinson kept the idten present
To Meet K. St. Trinity UnversiU He served four
Tuesday 1. Matthews on Church yellow carnations. Lorraine bride's book.Immediately.
with W. E. years with the Navy. Gen. Insurance .
Tuesday morning Mrs.
Priest little daughter of Mr. and
the
Circle members of the Presbyterian MiddMon co-houtefls. Lovely spring following reception Recent Births
Women of the Church will Mrs. Hubert Priest, was flower the couple left for a wed ,u'nn: 10 \riT.\n
flowers were used In decorating.Mrs. In Phone*; 110 Court St
girl. She wore a floor length Circuit Court II mil ford Count; > -
ding trip in the central andsouthern Mrs. Carl Lamar Johnsare I
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hold their monthly meetings Tuesday I. A. Darts, circle leader I Mr and forMai In ('han.r,-.
dress of white organdy and carried part of the state They the proud parents of a son. Kuirnr K HhodrI'l.i( II! \ -
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presided and the meeting was basket slam". ICllodt v Jl.f, |id l ,111,!
a white net-trimmed 'are now making their home at Robert Dale, born Friday. Feb 27 I .. ,
Circle 1 will meet at the home opened with prayer by Mrs. Titus \'a :\" 'M.f.T
flowers. George Irvin son of 324 ; loiter To Apprnr '
: jot Cherry St in the Alachua General Hospital.
at State
Caldwell
Mrs J. G.
( Obon. Mrs. Charles Darby
ga'ethe I Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Harvey was ... --- -- .......---.... --- ----- I '
"Farm with Mrs. E. C. Harden as devotional Mrs. T. H. Slade I', ring bearer and carried the nngs r-- r':1 w\,. \ '.ct,Ii. :Ay-'I.:1: ::',\I.'t.'f.'h': 'ltl :'t '7'I 1(.., 1Y I

rohostess. Tuesday evening at 8 presented an Interesting article! : _- J .J I
on a white satin pillow. ,
0'cknk from the Methodist Woman on I
The groom's best man was If.
Circle : will meet with Mra. "Do's and Don'ts for Circles". \' A return from New Orleans I
Norman B. Hamilton his brother. f. i engagement .: :' .951 I
W S. McAliley on Cherry street The hostesses served refreshments -!, $

with Mrs. F. M. Crawford as co- to the IS members and two Circles 1O

hostess, Tuesday evening at 8 visitors present. I Baptist WeeksThe -a I I i il i LADY BODDEN : ; ,
This
o'clock Met The month, nt.! Mir< h wa.s uiher-, c(r-i l potted John Stevens of : 1
Circle met at the home of
two ed in like a Lamb and hope the'' ]landing[ reminiscing over a bottle 1\( I ) I
Mrs. M. R. Judd Monday eveningwith Doris Knight Circle of the I
Beta Sigma PhiThe prediction that it will go out 1 of C'ke :n Bioadwa the other
12 members and three visitors Baptist church met Tuesday eve- ( 1 PRALINE PECAN (omirlihlo !sheath suit _
like a Lion doesn't hold true I evening I
7:30 at the church. Mrs. 1 i r flirt-skirt detaches for
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Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill present. ning with two heat records being Proving the theory that grass'is !

hold its bimonthly meeting Mrs. J. 11. Ritch. circle leader Dave Paulk leader presided over broken in the past week temperatures greener on the other side etc.,. | ICE CREAM oe i s\\ immingI.Iwistex faille.

Monday evening: at 8 o'clock at opened the meeting with prayer. the meeting. Mrs. Nate Dankel in the high SO's :i spotted Big and Little Dolly, faithful I I Sizes 12: to :38. In all
Rich with buttered
Rev. 1
the home of ?/rs Herbert Greenon An Interesting devotional: was gave the devotional, and .'!would hate to drag out the employees of Koch's drugstore I I( pecans. Riviera colors.

the Half Old f>ad with EvelynrNewscHTe I I given by Miss Florence Wood. L D. Haines spoke on Catholicism. heavies again at the end of the I toting bottles of soft drinks'in .A Festive with the flavor of

as t:oho=tten.Iloolt. I Mrs. E. K. Perryman had charge I St. Patrick refreshments were month rushing the swimming I _a shoe box back to the store pralines, su 8 ar-nut candles I \ttic On Display I

lof the program on Africa. She served to twenty-two members and and to their for the 1
season hoping get employees (<
was assisted in the program by one visitor by the hostesses Mrs. naves: in as the first to brave I drinking out of bottle) from a I I 1 \

Miss Kate St ruth, Mrs. A. F. John Deas Mrs Dave Paulk and the icy waters in Crosby lake j service station across the street I.

Sauls and Mrs. J. II. Fields.Refreshments Mrs. A. B. Baker. were Nancy DuPre. Pauline Gay while from i a f rs, \
employees across BARKSDALE'S
I r (Vt CiModBonier whlrrr ,
served at > i'
were
The Helen Masters circle of the and Faye and Syria Paulk I the street come to Koch's because J yo'I I I

the close of the mt't'ting.Vomen's First Baptist church met Tuesday and not to be outdone, Claire Jean I they prefer fountain drinks! ;r' see the| Bonlen elgnl'r Department Store \

E. .Mundy. LM and Buzzy Green, John hear that one member of this 'I CTM Borden comosnrj J Jf
March 3. at the home of Mrs ,

I \ Auxiliary I C. Priest with nine members and Mack Xewsome and Jim Taylor year's BUS graduating class has I I Ialrf'ady

were !seen swimming in Kingsley I received a most impres- !
visitor !
l Met one present.Mrs.
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Women's Auxiliary of the tional and Mrs. A. Thomas led sonnet join the Polar Bear I a 21" T\ set from her hus ,: 4

j' Club and to prove that Spring band, brother and father Ruth r
church met for the
St. Mark's Episcopal in prayer. Program topic 4
UnbelievableBUT monthly is really here1'illiam Sapp's cow Broadway chm. of the BP\\ PARADE OF
their Missions"in
Monday afternoon for afternoon was "Home J
( birth to twin calves the j 4
gave pastweek Fashion Show has announced that '
meeting with 18 members pres observance Week of Prayer for J ,
talks March 26th is the date set tOT = )
ent. Home Missions Interesting j -4
TRUE Mustav been quite a singing the show and tickets will be 50r t
I Mrs. Mattie Gahagan presidedover were given by Mrs. O. I. Lmsm BARGAINSKOCH'S 4
Home"at convention and homecoming they adult; and 25c children and can j jbe = 4r
i the business meeting where on the "Baptist Emergency
Mrs. F. B. had out at the Heilbronn Baptist bought from any member of = 4
AUTOMATICGas i tentative plans were made for aSilver New Orleans.
interesting church last Sunday by the size the club mothers are reminded r
Tea to be held after Easter. Beard circle leader, gave an : 4
i talk "Jewish Work" of the crowd that attended to try and get their youngster.- j= AT 4v
on
I Mrs U J. Davis and Mrs. Gaha taken for a been some changes': in personnelat up to the theatre by 9:30: on Satt! t ;
A love gift was
hostesses, served refreshments 1 4011I
[ gan. the Florida Theatre the past urday mornings for rehearsals
I I Annie Arm- ,
the social hour. faithful member. 4
Gas Ii I during strong offering for missions was | week Dot Bennett is the new Hear Mrs Ara Moitt won a diamond = I 4

i $16.50. Community mission for concession cashier Josephine ring en the "Name Thi., i SUGAR: { CHOCOLATE; j J'M'SIIRABBITS

WATER HEATER \ Knight-Phillips i iI iI school Johns is back at cashier window Tune" program tother day A : 1
the month is providing
I II child. and Tillman McIntosh is the new We still have some new mereI'' : Easier Rabbits j
I for a needy ;
supplies
I is made of the EASTER EGGS
Announcement
cu I : the social hour the doorman and relief operator bers on our flu list this week Z 4
i During I
,oWasFeaturing marriage of Mrs. Pauline Phillips 1 1i i :
i refreshments.The have you noticed the new upholstering I Sam Anderson family have been 1 4
i, to Hollis V. Knight, both of hostess served and under the weather while Arch : AndPICTURES 4
painting being ;
.L \ meeting will be at i
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j$89.95f Starke. on Monday morning at done inside the theatre too I Thomas. Sr. and the J. M Edwards l l 4
,the home of Mrs. L. N. Prickering. r 4
10 o'clock. The ceremony was also have the flu
be family
I Really going to a swanky place t

performed at the State Farm by circle . Flip Graham has the a {
The Lorena Epperson see Muriel Gilhooly is now now t 1 Up To 4.95

Rev. Leslie A Shepherd. The I met at the home of Mrs. T. B. secretary-bookkeeper at the mumps that about gets?: thewhole I.. \ doc 1 1

v'' WX69.95 wedding was witnessed by a few Harding with eight members pres- Farmers Market and f\nd that \( familysorry to hear ( 29c and 59ct 1 4

f 11 dose friends and relatives. l I ent. Eunice Moncnef has been addedto that Noble Maxwell is in Glendal.. I j[ \ 1'1 1 CART ANDRABBIT 4 4

: After a wedding trip to South \ Mrs R. B Alvarez had charge the Doctor's Clinic staff I Hospital Palatka with a blood-I c 4.

Florida, Mr and Mrs. Knight will ,:, of the program on the topic "An- Julia Lawson Jordan is part-timing clot on his leg and Mrs Adam {[ 98c and 1.2998 '

make their home at Kingsley! me Armstrong Week of Prayerfor as clerk at Ducky's and sister. j Green suffered a broken nght el- j
m mm m mmi mmm 1 4
Lake. Home Missions" arid was assisted Elizabeth Lawson is now X-ray i I bow last week when the stubbed i i>> HAG AND BOX | FRUIT A\D NUT 1, ,

by Mrs. L G. Powell and technician at the Sarasota Municipal her toe on the broken sidewalk K

The community :' in front of the Woman's Club K v 59c
PIES and CAKES 1 Mrs Harding hospital > CHOCOLATEEGGS 4

I mission for the month is lunch Hear that Ralph Rhodes of building shell have to lay off *> EASTER CANDYiWe i i

work for three weeks Irs'
-Lif MADE TO ORDER for a needy school child. Eustis. formerly of Starke has' > j i 4
Refreshments were served by 'T. B. Harding has sworn offchasing > 4
IJ I gone back into service as Captin 4
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Wedding and Birthday social hour. fires last Sunday she Easter Grass 4
1 the Vast ess during the the Air Corps and is now in : Have :
Cakes A fell barbed wire fence and!
Specialty over a
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1 Calif. for jet training word 1 I j
I The Ida Darby circle met with .
wrist tl'
broke right glad
The New has been received from Curti" her / Largest I lOc 1 and 4
Mrs E W Hayes with nine members Nookie 10c 25c
Walnwright 4
i see up again /
Roberts who is taking boot training -
Mrs. Harry Lappe 4
present. Mrs. D. L. Thomas after being confined last week 1
in San Diego, Calif., that hewill 1 4
Jet Recovery Action ,cave the devotional topic "If I with. his allergy : Selection Of 1 t 4
i 101't'st Washington Ave.Phone be home Mar. 21! for ten daylea'e :- lSc 4
Had Known". Mrs. E. W. Hayes
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faster than BUS has eight new Orchids to Mrs Martha Howser 1
(Heatsater and Mrs. D W. Moore had partson 1 t
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it. See i 251-W members for the Junior Varsity who celebrated her Stth birthday / e r
normally>e
ou the EASTER CANDY!
-> littleto program.Refreshments Basketball team: Sandra Strick- last Monday, Feb. :3. and had 11'' Easter Baskets
thee healers that.ro..t; t were served dur- 49c
tI I land. Capt. Kay Rowland. Melissa cake with 16 candles she must : 1 '_ ,
in. and little to Keep ".. N M ir.g the social hour. ,
put '\1 With
because P ;
Stalling Nancy Bates. Jackie Pre- feel like sweet 16 you can ;
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up. :Models in 20 and 30 HEAR BETTEROR The Dora Alderman circle met vail. Gail Duke. Gayle Rowe and go by her house any day and see I 1 i iDesigns I 15c up to 1.29 498c 'I'
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gallon Tuesday afternoon at the home of Clair Douglas her hoeing in her garden J an d \ 4

PAY HOTHINC Mrs H A Law'sanith Mrs. W. Word has been received frorr. Charley Johns celebrated his birth-1 P '> 1 4

' See ThisAmazing B Morse as cohostess. Amarillo. Texas that Robert and day last Friday and Saturday | : : E.\ TEH \SKETS 4 4 fj011I

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Offer prayer by Mrs G.C.. Alderman. are the happy parents of a by Hazel Matthews Lucille: Alv i- Come In And Let Us Make Your !; Made To Order| ,
Dr. A. A Kartsorus.
Pats
; Mrs I{. A Lawson. chairman daughter.! Brenda Gail. born Feb rez. (

presided at the business meeting.Mrs. 25:! hear that Eva Stump has Silcox Mae Powell and Maxine '
'4'6 ..-...:; Today ;. Morse, community missions been showered with plants galorefor Hildebran Bobby Bggs observed E Basket Just The Way You Want It! :; \\ ithout Extra (hargt f!

& HEARING AIDS [ chairman, gave an interesting report her Friendship Garden, along his on Sunday and T i i

of Store after she Monday Franklin Hitch celebrated 4
i on her community missions side Stump's t

:!! "IU CIUI MCCfUlKM 'work. Mrs H. L. Hough: protram gave away more than 1.000 yellow his 12th: birthday with an ov*" r 4

SLADE I [ $75 .... --- 'I chairman used as her topic chrysanthemum plants that were night party and weiner roast H* 4

t. on thinned out from: her his home at State Farm with
Others Friendship
M q i "Prayer" taking part
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. i tunCANOUA the program were Mrs. M. F. garden among the gifts werea guests Randy Johns, George Pat- 1 Koch Drug Store i
COMPANY
ra... GAS Hizen. Mrs. D. Foreman and Mrs. Peace rose plant and some rare ten Jtarny Ritch and Jim Hobbs i i

= Call St. rhone 121 Morse who sang a solo "Old Man lilies business has been so I i 4 4t

PHARMACY River". ,rushing: at Lovett'a over the week- Well Spring fever's got me I STARKE FLA.
Starke. Fla. 4
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so off till next
refreshments ends that stand ,
Phone 160 Starke Fla. Following the program a new checking 4

were served by the hostesses. has been added and hear that weed e 1 I AAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAA

"Ernestine" will be the new check- Carolyn I I IfR.IDFORD





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FRIDAY MAKTII 6. 19U COOTY TELEGRAPH. STARK, FLORTOA
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.." I..-iU's rre-l-at T Sale begirt, Mr and Mrs R C i'a'.-r'. rr' -- -- --- -

t March 6.Mr returned to their home .r: Bret'

and M-s A Edxard Haifh ford. Va on Tuesday: after ,.p:0 'ioir.g --

have jut returned hume from a the winter: with their .' .
cJna hree. weeks'stay with their families .
law and daughter. Mr j.r ; M a
in Philadelphia. Pa. The Morns Carter I
,
C.-1N I THE NEWS j Haighs went on an emergency visit Mr and Mrs Reese So ': i r.<' ,. tHelps x
as all their folks were sick with children spent Sunday in F- --. ,- 1
.. flu and there was one death in ., ...
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da..a1tIr.g Mrs. Scott's n -

Mm M T Bifhon and daughter. M.sJ. .. i'.v: A i- .n Jtckaonvil. the family. They were delayed ini Mrs Cora Jones. Keep Yo r Budgei i1 ine ,
;!i!ashington D. C. and Richmond a
S"ZAnne 'JI I'aducan.; Ky.. wrc ; :*: 'i{>p.n,; 0-' :M' nday ': Va. several PAVTEL PIKSE PENs b> o. rF
by inches of mO' ThejHajghs .
gursta: list week] and will be the Mr ..n.J 1 Mri EV Itiiliips and E'terbrook makes a gift that j. White
:: say they are more thanglad MILK House Skimmed tall
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guests next week of Mrs Bichon'atrutnr son. JOtIe Jacksonville Beach :! different. Only $2.37: at BradfordCounty can
< to get back to Starke and
I I.r A V Covlngton and were weekend guests of Mr. an.1 the Land of Sunshine. Mr Haigh Telegraph.Mr /onaI

I fami'v This week the UJchons Mrs. E A Hartmann. 'ways'! \Ve were greeted by snow and Mrs M F Hazr -Aevisiting -*- D\II.\ i I
visii in Venice. Mr and Mrs. J P H -.z> -
a : .UK Mr. and Mrs George Kaufmannand the first day we landed in Philadel- PLAIN OR
trove I'auJk was in Sylvestrr Gaon family moved into their new,phra and had a good send-off Sunday in Ocala on Wednesda. am* DOG FOOD 3 Lb Can 29C' : SELF-RISING

bus vas several days last week home in Pmehurst Subdivision last msht. brought back Mrs. Minnie H
M' and Mrs Hill! Long and weekend. i I Mrs C F. Ward will have as her to her home in Brooker !I Lb. Bag
.'. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Kt.l.:: ,-t! lona Sweet FLOOR 25
daughter Mary Dent of GainesIJ Hinl C'ags.. Goldfish llottls and. weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. John PEAS 2 303 cans 29C S1.47
.. Georgetown, S. C who are -
\' were weekend guests of Mrs rU."r |IIf.t ..uppluIt| sistriinks.Mi i Simmons of North Branch, Mich.' staying ,
f H Long < .!and Mr and Mrs. R. L. McDoaellor on big Santa Fe Lake havebeen
!*. \\ T M"rri'f: : !reen-
MI, far W.in r.-'ifn'lV 1 -'I I ,...1! > "J J*' ig ht, ..'..-. k with Jacksonville.Mr. visiting Dr. M. B. Henor.g h.P I 10\ 1 1 F i : n\ I I 11\1.
. .. and Mrs J. E. and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green and
Hardy
,
'wile. rom II. .ia// .. M dJ; '! MrH: M I : t- the LUNCHEON MEAT 12 oz can PEACHES No. 2 1-2
35C Can
uo '. 1I family visited Mr. and Mrs. O W children and MrsLiliie C< r. of ; 27C
U Barn m Brooker Sunday. Brooker were Sunday afternoon: I, -

*W-d P<.tat<.*"., Di\i 18 sd guests of !.{r. and Mrs. M F. I \\ \l pom. -- -

('lIrnt sistrunks.r. Haztn. I

v and Mrs. R E. MacBlaia Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Roger, of I Ann Page Pure ..- TOILET TISSUE 2 Rolls IV

I STARKE r.iv.as their house guest this week: Gainesville were dinner g tests' I ;3 3sr

thei. daughter, Mrs. George E. A. Tuesday of Mr and Mrs T F I

C 4 1 ortunas of Whiting" Field, Milton,.. Landrum and family. Mrs Lan- ,I GRAPE JAM m \ II. t.
f
RADIO TV SERVICE 4 4 Kla drum'g mother. Mrs. J. F Rogersis I SALTINES Lb Box CM

4 Mrs N' R. Hardy of Pooipano spending several days with her I : ,{**?*!? I 21

4 4 Arrived today to spend several days daughter and family. :I Lb Jar --- _
Reasonable Guaranteed Service 4 4 with hT mother Mrs A. L. Crosby,:! Mrs. G. H. Bennett hid a- I 1 39Ct GRAPE 'I I : t, \R: HOSK. : --


E On All// Makes/ Radios or TV 3 Sr Mi s E. F. Miles. Mrs J. B Sapp weekend and guests Iris Lynn Marcia Bone Kay; nd: Bennett as- '|I i \. '- .1 TOMATOES 2 303 Cans 23C

t : and Mrs W. B. Mundy spent Tues-I Sunday guests Mr.. and Mr R i 1-
41-| .y in Jacksonville. !: ., --0 .,.' _
IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS 4 II Boree all of Jacksonville: : --Q, .oO.- n>\ \ ui: 1.0\\
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<1'4" <4 Dr and Mrs. A. A. Kartsonis had -
Mrs R. O. Dansby and ''on I
j NOT (1IV IN(; vor 4 4 a.i dinner guests Sunday Mr. and CORN 303 Cans
Micky, spent the weekend in I ----.S--W- ANSONEV'.E"R --F- RE"S'H' 2
J i'". F f SATISFACTIONCaU 4 4 Mrs Chris Kartsonu and Mr. and Ozark. Ala. visiting Mr and Mrs : 25Cn

t L I -4 Mis. Sam Felon of Jacksonville and H H. Andrews, who are illIlia's i i _

: .- 198-W At OnceI Starke.Mr and Mrs. George Kopelousos of, Pre-Kastrr Sale l-gins, Parker ..

t. March 6.Mr .
Mrs X B. Rosier three ChocolateIced
spent and Mrs H. D. Trawick of
<4 ,, days last l week in Lake Butler at- POLE l E
22H K. tall Street Next Door To Ni\\urthy.s; 4 4 '1' tending her uncle and aunt, Mr. Tallahassee were overnight guests Layer
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last Thursday of :Mr. and Irs' ,.
.
ana Mss I R. S. Johns, who were
ill ; Jack Trawick. I CAKE /
Mr and Mrs. Charles Meyers and i
NVSpring: Sewtlei,
; Hov atIxila's. 4Phb01s49c
daughter Sandy are moving into,; :
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their new home in the outhshIeI /
Mrs J A Griffin has returned
Estates, Jacksonville, this weekend
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THEATRE Home after spending three weeks in.Lrlkt'lan 1 r
Mr and Mrs. II. L. Brownleeand .
with her mother Mrs. F.;, '
'STARKE R Mr. and Mrs. Bernard PE'alof Ie en
Coker who underwent an eye|
ope,atlon. '|Chadbum, N. C. spent Sunday at

Dedicated To Community Service Mr and Mrd. Ned Yancey had as1 I St. Augustine Beach. Jane ."'
"Mot. Aw Belter Than E\er Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs C. A.1'aneey .l' Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez and i i Parker ... 1'--

and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yan-i;daughter Lucille, and Miss Irma,.,
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre .\d''1 ( -y of Jacksonville. Gainey visited Mrs. O. P. Deal in

cut ad out and present_ it to Box Office for FREE; TICKETS Mr and Mrs Shi Smith and chi}- Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. 3 3-4 LB CAN '
-- ilren wi-re in Hawthorne Sunday, and Mrs. Charles Shepherdand strpleEY49c (IiJ

Sat. Mar.' 7 ONLY Tue. ., Wed.Iar. 10, 11 visinng Mrs. A. K. Smith. family spent the weekend in

DOUHLE: FEATURE: Mrs Y. A. Harris and Mary Lou Griffin. Ga. visiting Sir and Mrs

I Harris of Gainesville spent the Grogan. .
LANE ,' weekend with Mr. and Mrs. G. J Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Daniel of II] ::

wwtt.r r.tnff.; Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lex Miami spent last wt'ek'isitin -. -. -

BIACK I CK Green and families. j. their soninlawand daughter.Mr. .
xl rtarm r'a ,balsa! and other loner plants and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf $1.83

at :>Mriinks. Jr.
a ;
Mi md Mrs W. B. Boyd of St.' Sue Duncan of Gainesville> :

r ivieisburg: were visiting Mr. and I Ii ted her cousin, Margaret Rose
f't i M \\' H Noilman on Sunday. ( Duncan over the weekend and this I CLOROX I

Mr and Mrs. G. V.; 1'hilhps of coming weekend, Margaret Rose I II

D Lake City were Tuesday guests of, will visit Sue in Gainesville. I
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Mrs Bertha Pearce. 'I Mr. and Mrs. John Dean, Jr I
reflarhaq .
_
And Mr and. Mrs.V.. P. Bourgeoisana and daughters' visited Mr. and I '. ".'_ _" ', -<.- -<<" : _'..= _- _< .E/ \
-- family of Gainesville! were last: Mrs. John Deas. Sr. in Jennings ; -----
BAL TABARIN [tea COTWTeresa WIGHTnrry Friday evening dinner: guests ofMr. i over the weekend. I ARMOURS STAR BONELESS ROLL

I':II" Maid Orchestra" and Mrs. Shi Smith. ,i Mr. and :Mrs. Denver Derrickhad I Lb
With l.a\\ ri'nce and Chino Mr and Mrs JUniUS Smith spent VEAL ROAST 49C'
t1lu.ieull) iilsn Idlest "'urld NeusMUS. as weekend guests Mr and
wiiV' Curtwir'
I lu '. as, Mrs. Oral Derrick and son. Char
and Chap. 9 N-rLU I the guests of Col.! and MM. H C..
les, and Mrs Dan Buskirk of i WESTERN STREAK OF LEAN BLEACII
II. WKIIKH; Wall and attended the Army duvnt ,
JUt II. H. ADAMS -dance at the Ponce do Leon: Tampa and John Eubank of Char- WHITE MEAT Center Cut Lb
Hotel.! t leston. W. Va. I I 29C

Sun., Mon.-Mar. 8, 9 | Thur.. Fri.-Mar. I 12:!, 1.1: lA.ja'o) ; 'rt'-EI1..trr Sale begins 1 Mrs Charles Hardy and chili I

4 -- -- '1 I I March 6. i dren spent Sunday with Mrs Har- ,: SUPER I RK.HT( READY TO EAT SMOKED( I
1AMN + dy's mother, Mrs. G. E. McCauley
'cr'1L'1k kUiGN al Mrs. Alfred Walker
fi1 of Lake
( in Palatka. I PICNICS Ready to Eat Lb
City was the weekend guest of ,

\ Mr and Mrs. Adolph Gay. I j Dr. T. A. Mosley. father of Mrs! I 39CQUART 1/2' GAL

u Mrs. Billie Hall of Orlando is j T. G. Mitchell underwent a !nia-, ..VLLGOOD; SLICEDBREAKFAST
stop J the guest: this week of Mr. and i jor operation in St. Vincent'shospital I

t\\ Mrs J. H. DuPre. I| last Friday and is get- I BACON Lb 49C '
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Vou're"House ''
Mr and Mrs. T. J. Griffin had ting along as well as can be expected. -

1 as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs .
H M Griffin of Waldo and Dr. :| Mr and Mrs E. P. Renner
4J/'r\ wAM'v and Mrs C. C. Mendoza and MISSUloria 1'I Gainesville spent Sunday with SAUSAGE Lb Bag 35C 17CFLORIDA 29CPORK
I
: : ) aNaCOlOaWA l Johns of Jacksonville.Mrs. ,i Mr and Mrs. A. F. Sauls.
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.'Iu"Habot and lUgKURt'"* Cartoon Merrill Edwards spent __
and Lat.-st florid XC-WH Plu, Trailer" CartoonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Wednesday in Jacksonville with Recent BirthsMr
her Mater, Mrs. J. T. Kinchen.Mr .

and Mrs. L. E. Johnson and and Mrs. E. T. Shull, Jr GRADE A

AAAAAIUAAAAAAAAAAGEM daughter. Sharon of Gainesvillewere announce the birth of a son. Gar)> _
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4 Sunday guests of Mr.. and Anthon> on Feb. 27 in St -

JEWELRY Mrs Luke Feeney. Joseph Ir.tirmary Atlanta, GapRj
DRESSED & DRAWN
WHITE
.4 4 4 Leila's.NVw Spring :Seamless Hose at 4 POTATOES


4 SAVES you *5jg. C Co! and Mrs. D. E. Knighthad

4 as Sunday guests Col Pound
rr- Bag
-4 1 0
Knight's sister, Mrs.. F. H Cason i 39C

j [[GINS :and niece Mrs. Joseph Ferguson ii i i!

I nf Lake City.T I
on exciting new Fri., Sat.-.Mar. 6, 7
K. McClane of Winter Parkspent FAST} \\INESAP
.4 t Special Introductory Offer Sunday and Monday with DOUBLE FEATURE

I the Glen Duke family.Mr LOOK WHO'S APPLES Pound 15C
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_- -lt-t "p! and Mrs. Marion E. York LAUGHING

5 44 7. nf; Gainesvillefrited Mrs. York'spart'nts
.OLDEN
RIPEBANANAS
with Charlie Fibber
I Mr and Mrs. L. F. D'ikm. McCarthy.
4 wr/ 1Qr a1 *+ A the weeiend. I't' and Molly and Lurifie Lbs
4 N : 1 over 2 25C'
t/ Mrs Mae Edwards is visitingMr Bail
4 u't
ad ill 'r' t and Mrs. Elbert Edwards in -AndGUNPLAY- C

<4 4 I'Daytona Beach for'eral weeks. PASCAL

4 4 r t i rt' Mrs V W Strickland: of Day- With George O'BrVn' b. 47 CELERY Large Stalk
4 ana Beach is spending the werkrnd SC
4 -_ =- I'lu.. Chap. 6 veriaJ and Cartoon
4 1 ''f 1 with her parents. Dr. and
4 Mrs Calvin J.
I Houpt Sun.. Mon.-.Mar. S, 9
4 Roger* Improved long ten.ler- 300
C ENOR'4[ 75 l4 KtSlDt $44 75 East Call St.
1 4 f &k.9i-fc r..ittanri $49 -J stir, Apr. 3 I ISdJ' r.1 1..311.. at :'i'trunk+. HIAWATHAIn i f +n
4 gtoy April 5 "inecolor Starke, Ha.
Mr and
Mrs
4 I Ulray Clark of
4 r B.ickville.: P C is spending this With \inrent KduardsPlus : -

4 4 .Shore. ,.iier. dust rriiMAflt i *ah un1ornl.&t.le .week with Mr and Mrs I. E Cartoon and :N"vs' bury Medium lUr shortening
Kath
4 .r u.&1r1u. Eljcins! bean itui never breaks, ''I KreakUot 8 OZ.
I 4 4 ihc '**...,UJ DutAfowrr Maiaiptiog. ; Hark Tu '.-Mar. 10 SOAP, 3 for 23c CRISCO, 3 Ibs 85c SAUSAGE 37c (
Mrs L S Hutto spent several!
: : f i i Enjoy
C .lays last week in Orangeburg. S SINGING IN Ivury ('and) Popcorn 3 PKOs.
I shop and save during ELGIN'S SPRING TIME SAVINGS : Kath'sinna ::--6 t OL. .1N
C 'i* visiting relatives THE RAINIn SNOW, 1 Ige> pkg' 27c Cracker Jack 13c SAUSAGE 33c

r4a OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM Mr and Mrs E T Shull. Sr Technicolor Mild
.ind son. Bobby spent the week- pith Toilet Regular Bar I-iunJry Soap Bar E I (
t tene Kelly and I ..na.<1 oap Large \n.1; soft FarialTISSUE l.te: I'kg: G H T

3 $19.95 to $87.50 : t'r..i and relatives.Mrs.in Atlanta.. Ga. with friends Conner CAMAY, 3 for 23c OCTAGON 2 for 15c 25c And :.,.et .. ,.
MMI Cartoon and News
4- COfffE
-.A- i Marian Howe spent the :swan Medium Jar Toilet SoaP Bath Bar 2 FO"SWEETHEART / Angel :soft Dinner Pkg. Me wee ;

SEE urn \\INDO\\ IHPL.4 : [ ..11'p. weekend in Greenville S. C and Wed.. Thur.-Mar. 11.12: SOAP 3 for 23c 23c 35cMellow
I brought home with her. her daugh DOUHLE FEATURE NAPKINS, -

ED SIMPSON : ter-in-law.. Mrs Raymond HoweJr. BEWARE MYLOVELY Detergent Large Pk:;. Rln-Nhitr .shorteningscoco :3 LB. PKG.
and David for
san. a month! :?;
vjsit OXYDOL 28c FLAKES pkg 9c
> 67c
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8 CLOCK:
I GEM 1 JEWELRYThe Jeff Johns has been transferred \\ith Ida Lupino r
(
.N-an of Mid+ f aJo Tall Can 2 FOR Dromedary' \\Tiite IJ1 PKG. e7t
from the V. A. hospital in Lake AndSENORITA
.. : }Lowe of Fine I Diamonds ir. I City to the V A. hospital in -FROM TIDE, Ige pkg 28c DOG FOOD 27cKath's CAKE MIX 33c COFFEE

I "STRIKE LEADIXC: ; JEWELRY" :Nashville Tenn. for further treat I
:
: For IisheJOY .
I ment. THE WESTWith Lunch 1% Oz. ('an IJbb>\ (orneT B'LB C.\X Lb

-4.Starke. Fla. Iritis I'r.a..ttr 'ale bt-giJb Ronita Granville I l Ige botl. 29c MEAT 41c HASH 2geBRDFORD 1 Bag 77C

.rmn.ar.arnm..vnm..m..nn.n..r.i March 6. I Plus LaUt Workr News
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SI.V BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK, FLORID
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working called! nan ti 'Ift 11" t9ls11cn'
YYYTTTTTYTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT on another strain
we get before I
dark
up and
f.n sh and a deacon tor a nuaiber
otra Cf:.. -. _
the Florida 45. e here Lag :learn-d ,-'f
l up work about dark. Makes a \ a. l'ue lu i.: heaiin re nauyioved : ;
t FARMER'St :long hard from Neon, Ky and nerd of wood so they brought u- f "IF1"
day was
Feeding watering II At V ClothingMabli.xhed ,
While disci::g right fieli getting animals.. making his home with us two t:uek l loads of wood, ready "J: AREZ STORE
gathering !
t DIARY | it in shape to plant field corn. :; eggs railing. Funeral services were held Tues- in the right lengths D B. Ling : 1VU! I

Sam had to laugh at the way he gathering: vegetables for our Market day. Feb 24. in the .ong Branch carat over and split most of the ............ .r
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Sam Mefiarvey was encouraging the birds to picking berries., planting. Cemetery with Rev W l> Jonesof wood ., ,.. .. .... '
although J D
and Charles
The author uill eat the insects fce was turning up. hoeing, discing land tending the Green Cove Springs officiating split some cf It. As
be glad to rev Tte long as Mr ALL
Market minding the birds dustIng song service was in charge 01 VARIETIES
while only a short time before he Strickland
n-lte terns of 1Dt4"r..t conrrrnluf Rev. was unable to ge:
the mctlvltle. of farmer In i' had been shooting a gun at them.' spraying watering plants-aa Everett choir. Godwin and the Maxvill -,i around much D B would comejtvery AMERICA'S FINEST

Bradford CouIlt,'. Suggestion maybe and crt'amiDgti5 head off Too these are only some of the things Kt-y-McCajje Funeral afternoon and get the wool l
which Home tad charge cf .
left at the T..lprnpb office or bad we can't train the larks for must be done as every arrangements for us. Our daughter Betty Hukey -
mallrd to Sam McGartey La"U1, i! example to specialize on cutworms farmer knows. At the end of a Pall betters were J. D. W'tlittn-I gave up her! job in Jacksonville FlowerFertilize Seed
son, Buddy Wilkinson. J..cJc WU-1
day we're about
just able and
i instead of pulling up corn. to stagger ,I'''kinson' Fred j I i came out and helped us. treeof
po to bed, for we know thai the Lang Richard Lang.' charge, as long as w> needed
A ..A....... ...A A ..A .. I next will and Carson Gnffis. .
While cutting in right field day be just as hard if her. Others came in and helped o-t -- --

Hard at work treating fencepost I, even though you think you have i Sam made a sudden. turn at the,; not harder. But we're not kicking.not pa Mr recently1Sltt'd and Mrs. BUI Lang Bill cf Tam-'; WIth the work and we do want all: Before It's Too Late
s
*. Got 100 done this week I jbeen keeping a careful watch. end of a row heard a snap and I hard" But..l' re nol kick- :Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lang.parents.]to know we really appreciated eat'hand I,
and learned that we can get 20 Fred I'rescott came to s*e us. and knew he had trouble. One of the ] ing.Vm like tie doggone "fe. if, They' everytlang that was done fo:

in the drum at a time, and that I he saw damage from red spiders link arms had busted and a part j I! only a g"
aa near as we can figure it out right: awayVe got so.T.e dusting living at i*. ter-i 1-law came out and used her PLANTS 1\KKSITK:
j of it flew) off into space. Hunted !i iI for the funeral of Grandpa Belt i i I PETr\I.\S ,
so far the cost 18 about lOc per I sulphur and will put it on right I for it high and low. without sue- J i We had a telegram intorming tae' car to. All help us in everyway possible t M.KNmi.V HAHY HUE 'till :
post Of course. we are treating away.Sam. j! cess then took the part to L. P. Ordered more seeds. There are that our daughter Katherine would spoke such comforting i I
only one end of the post on the Rafuse in Lawtey. He did a fine so many diifvrit things we want': not be able to attend the funeral] words and made such nice otters

assumption that most of the rot has been the slowest berry I job of welding it. and Sam was'( to grow that ue practically stut' because of sickness at home. for of help. We do thank. one and all SISTRUNK FEED & SEED STORE
the I everything May the Lord ,
result of contact with i on first psg. and so right ;
occurs as a picker 'in the County that is un- relieved because too often today A revival will begin at Long i
bless
I one and all for
the soil, and in that way we are ;jtil this week. Up to that time when you try to get something''' through tn > -'at I! ;, a: "1 ordereverything. Branch Church on Sunday.: March I I done or said. all that wJ Call SI. Phone ,:!. Starke. Fla, ,
making the solution go further. told You'll'have We need a vanity fur 22? and will run for ,
fixed you are bluntly: : one week.
down his hands anJ I'I''he'd I -Your friends,
get on our Mark?'. i Jim and B. i I 1111111/////1///11/11//1/////111///111111//11111
Then too we treat the smaller I to get a new part. If "L. P." Mrs. Strickland was in bed with sic Strickland.
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would
knees and it
end of the post, if It has any and crawl I does as good a job for others asj I flu and unable to attend her father's -; I
take him hours to pick one of our Don't know how .ve got started .
size to it again trying to f'ConOImlu I :he did for us. he'll be very busy !j funeral. i ii / -- v
long rows But this week he suddenly 'on this but were both laughing i
i
We are told that when posts ; mending tractors around here. We are glad to kno.that 7
rot and insects :[ realized that he'd have to at our latest habit. Seems that'' Adij: t Piece
are treated against I Godwin is improving from her last ; )
it is feasible to use posts' learn to pick standing up. He Happy the black scoundrel, is we count eventime we do any- ,,operation and' will be home in aj: t v
that he couldn't do it. For instance. Sam starts LIMED OAKs
thought thing. :
about 4" in dlamf'ter.'f.11., any- getting to be a nuisance He is in few: days. Had to have two blood
will !but he tried it, and from now until picking berries and tiivt thins he i
way we hop that soon we he kitchen garden every time we lots( removed from her leg We
have enough fence posts so that the berries get plentiful that is turn around, and the other nightwhen I knows he's "Dunt/: /: the:: bur.i-s are i also glad that Jim Goowm has'recovered .
the he picks He may miss It[ Ann t be lung"' r.i. s DINING ROOM
way
we can start to mend our fences we tried to get him out of ; from the tlu sufficientlyto
posts is .some berries, but at least he gets 1 be able to to the
Trouble with treating there in the dark. Sam had a go hospital to t

before we find out for sure how him when all of a Sudden Hap improving from his recent illness s SUIT

well they will last. But we feel One thing which has made pick- I py got scared kicked up his heel LONG BRANCH !and Jim and I were able! to attend the letters Mart. Then fromM Phone >0 .Starke...Fin.,.
chore'is -----------
quite certain that the procedurehas ing now a that we are and the next thing he knew Sam some of the services Sunday. There1' \ otrr tht free world com such ----- ,

ben tried and proved satis- cleaning the plants of runty knot- was standing on his head. Can't liy :Mrs. J. I_ striiUland ''was plenty of that old tlu cough t comments at these from readers
factorv ty, rotted berries, and it is slow i remember exactly what Sam called I but the epidemic seems to be lt'-t- (.f TilE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE was
315-95 --
MONITOR, international now 28995SimiltarTii
think that it should LA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. an daily
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work but we the calf but' it wasn't Happy i ling up.

Kerries coming Into production be done. Suppose that by the 'j I Our father, ('ha ties IHelt.. Our folks Betty Hickey. Mildred newspaper"The Monitor: is mull reading .

now and we are very busy these time we're done with this job Our little planting of two rows' 1 passc'd away Thursday night. F.-b. Ayers: and Joann Lang have: all lor straight-thinting

davs. picking:, packing and selling that well catch a heavy rain. and of sweet corn is up and growing i! ]19. At the time, his wife. Mrs i returned i to their homes-also Dot- people. ."

them on our Roadside Market. Theplants ,, then we'll have. it.to.do over again. tare delighted and have hopes I loaded with fruit and it j jl of having some early corn this : 1 II jetty Hickey, Jim and I were atjome. '. luring the illness and funeral ofMtr. lapse of 18 if or}. I mil get
are On her way back from Starke Last we did not have I ) Belt. mv degree from the College
looks l now as if we will have more : I year. year I
berries than we can sell on our i Alice stopped off at the Farmer's I any until very late in the season. [ Besides his wife he is survived' We wish to thank all of our dear: from but my the' Monitor.education. come." to e i

Market Folks around here assure -1 Market to se what the berry sIt- I>y one son W. II. Belt of JVeon. iy i friends: for the help they rendered The Monitor gives me ideas

us that we will have more uation was. She nosed around Our 4-bag planting of Irish 11\ ., two daughters Mrs. t;. E. luring the sickness and death ott! jor my uork. ." .

than we can handle and they must i I getting some tips as we may be potatoes is very slow in coming f lewitt lirattleboro, Vt., and my- JUT father. Mr. Belt. During the "/ truly enjoy ill tornpany. vt

know what they are talking ,selling some there this year. up. There is a plant here and pelf;,, Bessie Strickland 14 grand-time 1 of Dad's illness Mr. Strickland;, ."

about After all we have been From there she went over to the there busting through the crust children and 17 great s'randehil- vas, taken down with flu. and was 'You, too Mill find the Monitor .

s now for only four ,I I,. U. Morgan farm to see their but it seems to Uj: that they are iren. tHt t ton: auk to get wood for fuel or to informative'. situ complete xorldreui. .
raising berries .
famous field of Florida 90's Mrs slow Want them to come \\a.s si \ II' '' i silt 'libel' i."ok with Fred Lan; J D Wil- You will di i co\rr ..conlrufti i .
and most folks in the Countv very
years
have raised berries about all Morgan was very hospitable ar.J up so that we can get bus and '(d the Baptist t 'hu n >H :.. n > i,1l.1fi and 'riailes Lang and wtREUPHOLSTERY ( >e viewpoint in every nest i"i

i took her to the field. Alice told cultivate before the weeds and fiory.Vie I
their lives the coupon Lrlow for a spe
U 1 Sam that the plants grow much grass get going. ,A' rial Introductory subscription I I
'taller than the Missionaries and .
3 months for only $J.
how visitor can spot
something Funny wrong a in your crop ] they were loaded with large berries We also have a small plant' .UK CUSTOMIZED . . . ...- .......... .\ho\e PictureTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt
i 1 The CVtulia. $r w nrt M.ntlor
Other visitors while she was
of wax and green beans that .llp .. .. .
Owe NM )> Si Boii Ii. M.n, V t A.
there (Mr. Nix and Mr. Abbot of beginning to come up. But wevegot UPHOLSTERYChoice pie..a. .. u ............., "..b.roptl. .
the SAL, and George Huggins) I .. I. Tk. ChrMlua S....... ,........- I
to get busy and get ril ire }4 M'U". I ....ttr..
measured a berry and it was 2- beans and corn planted as we m.i\' A BUY YOU CAN'T AFFORDTO
Let Us Thoroughly .. I
Of 1953: : Fabrics
1-2" and
long there were over get a cold spell that will kill the (MM)
:'A berries on the plant. She learned j We've ','i
got amore
early planting. .
Wash Your Clothes New Seat Cushions MISS
that Dr. A N Brooks, who planting to do yet. t.aer..i

developed the Florida &0. is now'' Units Retied --
Spring
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After trying all Winter IA',> 1 i L. rs 11

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Alice gave them some soda .. -- ,

: ; COUNT now they are getting a fine color I 'i ,_ __ > __ __.. _. __. _-- __ .. !- _
FREE; Bleach If Desired!
I I I SLIP COVERS CUT TO FIT

Temple Ate tacks If you niMxl a trust surgical I' Enjoyed meeting :'01 r. and :'oil'=-. | CUSTOM :MADE : ,
.upport you cannot afford to I
Lannan of Indiana (friends of Mr
lake a chance with jour health, the Our Representative Will 'all At Your Home With A !
and Mrs: Jam." who live on
by tx'ing fitted. Selection To Choose From. You Are Under
improperly Keystone Heights Road)I. Had a Complete :

We Will I, Here at Canoxu Prescription good time telling them how muchwe :Obligation IT IS UNLAWFULFor
i C'c'DtC'W', we tune trained tech- enjoy living in Florida. i I

Dry Your Clothes niciant both male and female, Special Offer -- Any 2-Piece Suit 49.50 :

to MTTB you.ltctneents'r With a glint in her eye :and a :' I

For 20c jour health and I grub hoe in hand. Alice tackled'the I:

la New Automata. Driers I fitting.comfort drprnd on expert: II I:I I well asparagus!then' and applied some bed.chicken some She cleaned..-j manure-:> fertilizer It-'' N. & S.Phone S. UPHOLSTERY Any Person or Persons to Engage in .


CANOVA I II I; and raked them in. We're cutting 153: Court St. Opposite Court HouseTHERE'S I

a little now. Business Under A
The PRESCRIPTION: CENTEI I ""II I Fictitious Name Unless

Washeteria PHONE( 4202 After trying again and again I II

(Near Hospital) : we finally raised our first car ,

: Gainesville, Fla. we rots.did We differently don't know this exactly time,what but NO BETTER BUY I: The Name Is RegisteredRead

W1////////UAAAAAA we think that thinning them out I

I helped a lot. THAN"'VROFAX"GAS '
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Have a few good pepper plants.j

(j) Mark On Your Calendar We didn't plant too many as wt'i i I

i! do not plan to plant a crop and This Florida Law"It
I we got only about 50 per cent | I II

.BIRTHDAYSANNIVERSARIES I. germination: but those that we Ii I I
I have are good husky plants. Ma>'- j E2i
shall be unlawful for
_'k. I be we'll have a few peppers. ': i any person or persons, as defined herein, to

L &T And I' engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined -

A OFIIER SPECIAL DAYS Mrs. Morgan loaned us Black' without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

You Should Remember I I Planting Guide and we are read- clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis

/ With Flowers I :ng it with a great deal of interest i i! with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid affidavit
I Have heard of it before. an
When OU M'nd flowers. signed by all interested
) a* I persons, stating under oath the names of

_r-:_ a remembrance, jour gitthrtprakH As we are writing the full moonis all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest I
\ jour good judpe-
cJ ft went a" \wU a.. jour gooduKh shining down gently on the of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. I'
County and we don't think there
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any Said
registration may not be made until the
frost. North we person or persons! desiring
!'lIU\E2IS; rangt'ln.'nt.COLONIAL remember a farmer telling us i to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

that the full moon always brought |i iI and here's why. their inte !Lion to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

FLORIST I frost ii 1. ((1)I) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county
i I You get a dry fuel-consianlly tested to I
NONA ST. Starke, Fla. j, Daisy and Joy are both bred maintain its high pure where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be I

artificially to a wonderful Guerense quality. accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof ofsuch

bull and we are hoping that i 2. publication. I
You get a fuel that's dependable-the weather I I
at !loast one of the gals will have I
tq I does not interfere with your supply.
a heifer. We teed'e badly
Starke's Service; 1! pet: a young milk cow growing ss'!iI If in business
TV i I I a epUcement.: 3. You get your money's worth-PYROFAX Gas is you are engaged under any name

Original; ; And Sales I fI i. sold by weight!, the most accurate way to measure ,

I Planted some more English peas "bottled"gas..

.p. :the kitchen garden. Last time 4. other than your own, and have not had this i name I

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I \ e planted some there the cut- You ose the finest equipment-specially i designed -
EXPERIENCE: AND TECHNICAL ABILITY ,
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'' practically ate them all II
A.irm
I tor PYKOFAX Gas installed! by trained service -
PLl'S THE RIGHT EQl'lPMENT AND PARTS .' this time we'll be ready to''
advertised and
I men. properly registered will be i 1
ENARI.ES I'S TO (GIYK; YOU HETTER SER11 Il E c ,'::bat them. we
i
.\l' LOWER COST j
While moving a load of fence i
I Tv-ts in the sedge grass field Sam glad to give all Information to I
11 ZJBT Call 239 If Your TJ'ls Cutting ip I *\w a covey of quail and w a.bye you necessary as II
tie
to get quite close to them I

RCA Admiral Westinghouse I, .! watch them fiddling around. w wrFa what should do.
I It :s so interesting to watch wild- you I
E aA,1Fl(
T.BLIn: CONSOLE MODEI5: ll'e

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S, pericr BOTTLED GAS Service
i PRICES START AT $199.00 ', S:t'!1'eating some of the good(

r i h'is'k berries which Sam's Mon- I
:>, ;ked last Sunur.er and which I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
h \t' been in the freezer all that YOUR "PY ROFAX" GAS DISTRIBUTOR ,

1 CHAS. C. SHEPHERDPhone 1 ."'o Cooked with dumplings and PHONE 29P.GE

served with a hard sauce my oh CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS

5o n.y good eating.
239 -- Starke, Fla. & APPLIANCE CO. i
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Were stirring earlier these
up 149 W. Call St. Phone 301 Starke Fla- I --_ -- -- - '
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'TTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY' Mt!iibers of the Board: :! Ser-
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SOIL CONSERVATION t.'> rs are Leon Conr.eCia.r: ./ -,- -- -- '--"---- .-.- '-'.' -- -- -- "')
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HIGHLAND -"t:: Uo: >d Green Cl>de Cone:
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jdRANcr N-E \V S \ R Fergus--n ar. J. Ik. Var.Arght -- r FACTORY FACTORY '

By Mrs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Farmers and other* ."-
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By Bill Haas t-tsted in so 1 observation are: APPROVED ENGINEERED ,

..1'.1 to attend
Th- Highland Baptist Church: L' S. SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE V PARTS

Sunday school 9:45: a. m. Worship I Tilt RIGHT POINT for the'nay

r r Service 11 a. m Evening SERVICE .t : you urite. Come in and -elect I' I 11______feeenenenn eeeflel

r service Wednesday at 7:30.: Teachers jour faiorite lsTIr.mWOK Wattling{ Painting
; Repairing, Reconditioning
meeting Saturday 7:30 p. m. Fountain Pen. Only $!.3-; atIDI'ORB
GPO. T lIuUIIlIr W. While riding into town the other|besides the' .::.ps ker and fert- .'H'eNV __'" I I __" __
I Rev E. C. Harvey }pistor. and cor.vrv TKI.KOTHK :- I fefeV e
*' Countygtnt day, Cooperator Maurice Ed-aris''ilizer distnbatjr. that are availa- G R.1 PII.
E Hardee Sunday School super- RRAKE TIRES
Jr. was discussing pasture grasses. -Ible to cooperate r. of the District KJMTION;
Agricultural Extension Srnire
.ntendent Revival starts March TESTING
"My Pensacola Bahia is showing -'at a smaU fee ANDTURKS STARTERGENERATOR
nor Div-ase 15 through Marci :22.Mrs : \ rn ppr.in
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norMa RRAKE
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off while a great number arerv: up. he said. "The grass I I'la limit Court, Bradford ('Daly.
Vesicular Maude Sij'th and Clara PI.rlda, I. (' ( }
Exanthema .anr"
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called! VE susceptible. planted eatable crotalaria on last A Basic Soil Conservation Farm I Xollrr T..tppr.r.l.r.u LINING
: Boone were in Giue 'vill! on business SALES:
has been found \ I HATTERIES:
in several Florida Damping-off U a disease that tear looks twice as green as the Plan was delivered to Joan C. -tiegir' oii- Xi: >wn, a< \1.-!1.I FENDERREPAIRS
Thursday. jet I :--gl,1't I'f
\ L.M.an
Counties You perhaps hive kills the rest, and the good part about Fox. a District Th'mas AND ALL ELECTUU M.
: seedling plants before Rev E. C Harvey was a business I II cooperator. John's, StifgUr! l>-n about
t1 /it in other newspaperst '' that crotalaria u that the farm is located Cuse Xv ?..':I BODYVORI' SERVICE
cows the
they emerge from the soil, on Raiford .' SERVICE:
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tr visitor in Jacksonville Fri I (II Lillian Th"r;a- Snegler, uho erev.dfni1
will continue to be your I eat it." i Road in the Heilbronn .. ,
soon afterward. Its importance i community.We and adder i' 7J:: tial.rv.
Source of day. Street Ir ,_ ____
information unless "okln. :New York .lee.e f efls.eeee. ae eef
vanes from .13 t Several from here :: are hrret.y notified that
; nearer to us. 'I Titus Olsen Bradford Conservation cussing his farm full forLnrrce I
and
is influenced by several factors Homecoming at Heilfcionn SpringsSunday. plan when John pr Complete Lubrication ScrriceYefeeee.eepWNeeeeeeneeeeeNNeeeeeeen
(each ease diagnose vet in Soil District Cooperator looked over to his pecan grove I custody and control ;of ;
minor childrenhas
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the entrance has teen !I used the District's fertilizer dIstributor -' and said "fm been filed 'I
When against: In
!! plants are attacked soon. OltU going to plant you the ;
: Lacey Norman went to (eon {above
named
J to feeding raw garbage after they emerge from the soilthey business Thursday and seeder-cultipacker on i( hairy indigo in that grove to I you are required Court to verve and cause a copy and of ,:' DODGE jOB- .\TEn TRUCKS
tu are feeding garbage that ,, and his place out in the Theressa Community build up the organic matter in 'your answer or pleading to the I'
droop die. This : j
type maybe :Mrs. Harry Padgett in on the
bini any meat products' it b' Titus is using the culti-i the soil" John complaint on the Plaintiff'tt"rnl' Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
is going to 'I '.
active use \ :
only a few days or as, sick list this week. Hope she will Evan T Rians. 103
able to cook the garbaj.* bee packer to plant Pensacola Bahia! Pangola for his Law Exchange Building. JackSonville '
main -; We
long as two weeks. pasture Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
Tt
? sam e soon be able tc be out ag&in I'i Florida
feeding fungi that lives and hairy indigo. He used the I grass and sweet lupine, oats and and file the ,:
in the soil may i Mrs L\ -.n Ihm lton, recent original In the orfice of
e disea fa fertilizer distributor to white clover the Clark of the Ci'vu1: Court .
similar to foot- attack put out i for winter on
the seed or the young bride was honored; at a delightful grazing. jr before the .
nouth disea.se that attack: plant. i miscellaneous shower Feb. 251 500 ibs of 4-9-3 fertilizer. "You I' 1' da) ..f Ma--,.h. IT."!; | HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
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|i have to fertilizer otherwise the all.atl..ns of
UCf'pt'f: attack only put on the grassif Leon Conner Chairman said i
: of the
the home of Mrs: Lacey Nor- C'ompUirt will .
Damping-off: can be controlled at be tarn! as confessJ
whereas foot-and-mouth ate, you want to get anything out : Bradford Soil by .
both. This feared dtsta.se is I by treating the seed! or the soil, '' man. Hostess were Mrs. Lacey I of it," says Titus. Board of Conservation District you.This notice shall be published I 600 Temple .\\ e. \ .t;.... ..:;SS? "/ (Phone 60!
or both. In some cases A material Norman and Mrs Mary Ceil I Supervisors announces one each week for four consecutive :. J ".
.d by the formation of bits-, that the Board will hold wewk. in the Bradford County Tell" "
such Bennett. Sev ql games *ere
as Spergon or Arasan la der+pbi
on the skin of the mouth and used in the treatment An amount played and .r .*-* awarded Little I The Bradford Soil Consen'aI I its regular monthly meeting, Monday i'.r..1 !h'R' di"r" F. "ru tn 1'" Coup DODGE PLYMOUTH DE.ILKRHow
extend into the nostrils ''I'.KKh itI.sl:1i.I : I'hiii'I! > t,,
I t111 lie on the flat end of a Geraldine Griffis presented the : Lion District has a rotary mower I March 9 at 7:30 p m in the Clerk of the Circuit Curt. "I -. - .- -
|r-ra thuiue may just also above appear the on hoof th-' tooth pick will treat a 10 or IS:) bride's gifts i I a weed hopper and gram drill ]Bradford Agii ulture Building Bv M.ir[ :Jl L Jll>\, !>ei.y: : '. I'.irU f':{ --'-. _. .-- ----- --.- ------. .- -----. '---- -"--. '- '-" -,

., ., cent nackatre, .. of. Bf-wl._, Pot__ the I.
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nf'aln me pads of the feet.
material Into the package and
ng lameness This disease itgioua < Ray Bolger, Doris Day
shake well to cover the seed with I
and will spread rapidly

[her anrtials: in the herd Con-1 the chemical. Star In Musical I ? C,.. ., ,... .. -- ip

>f Vf includes: quarantine and Treating the seed is to obtain

unltarmt'tuutu.. t[ a good stand of plants It i U good)II Coming To FloridaTwo
rol Uallllllllj"OU I I to treat all seeds you sow. If von I

have had troubles in a flower bed)
ny fwople grow differentof of the screen's top exponents f a
flower plants for orna- or similar location in getting 'he of song and dance-RaRolger > I

ala and have a home garden plants to live it might be necessary and Doris Day have starring -

Ifamllv i-rgptableti Some vas to applv additional treatmentto roles in "April in Paris", the t
protect the young,: plants This I Technicolor musical '
big. new '
are reslstaut to damping- I '
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can be done by drenching the showing at the Florida Theatre ''',,:,,-., ; -
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plants and soil around (hem v/ith ':this Sunday and Monday. "
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a solution of Semesan or wettable -
i, Set against the colorful back-
FOR OFFICEHOME spergon: prepared according to direction ; ground of a trans-Atlantic liner Tale a figure like eleven and I half

OR ? on the package.1'rwenl and gay Paris boulevards, the million dollar That' the amount of financial

: Ittoat in Catllr story has Bolger. a State ttisistance the Red Cross gale last year to

S i',: With clover and grass growing.pretty ,: ment employee. mistakt> Depart-I servicemen and veterans and their dependent

i well now you will want to ing Miss Day, a Broadway MM Jt was money turned into help for people.99

; observe your cattle for Individuals I girl to represent the American + .
> that have a tendency to hloit. .
!, theatre In an international festival .
NTAIN PIN .k i
DISK Sly ; Some animals bloat worse than I Hof arts in Paris. Claude Dauphin $ yb ",

others If the animals can get a ;, star of the French stage and

$3'00 variety of ,grazing: some clover!screen makes his Americanu. -, .11
Your
MftITI and grass, bloat is less likely If|j"ly debut in this as a music Halln .

famil' vou are fortunate and have a idol who goes broke in A!HUT 6s
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POint hundance of clover.mi might and has to work his wa>' b,1'k, t b x a oy a py
t need to feed some hay to furnish .
Is Arailohls France as a waiter on the > ,
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the neededVi h
roughage "
:Nine original: songs pro\ : It M' i. .
toting animals and animals just rich musical setting for the -.i.: a't'
being turned onto :green feeds ers and dancers against a h.t \ cl, : .
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I'a night Mind > "
1.1'01I1Ifof; \ IStn !p
IV Bradford County United' Statei-150.000.000 Onr out oj

Telegraph S \\' fountain JMMI-sVY I ntry' ten of 'em received some kind of
t-.TtmmCHIK:: : \ |1"llnt for eierjpurpose. KIM)> OH'UK: M'IM'LIEs a >. b a Red Cross
W. ( all. :Starkc.; Ha $!,3I'lIlIIpl.t... at IUt.H.1'00m TKI.KOKAril yt l s t assistance or training.
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(One out of everyour is a Red! Cross member.) "
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\ WESTEHX tii" ,,,fltfl. itu i E: ROSI; : mean! life 'If dtath 4.121IKX() pmh' (if f bloodMere
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provided (for &miceinen and ciyihans.e .

,,tc: r ((2tWXX( ) pmt for the military I

ORK CHOPS 49C' RICE Sibs S9C'EUEH I. One out of every two hospitals in the whole United

x .. J..: States got blood through the Red! Cross.??


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TEAKS 49C FLOUR 2S k + ; 4,, tell people 1 ( ,


HUthFIE I II \ FIJ.T.1S1'1' FREIII: FI \. .'.' 't c
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HEESE 49C EGGS 43C I IPl Y', *

e N Remember the newspaper headlines about
I by Arthur r Godfrey floods, tornadoes, fires and other disasters?
ItEsT l.R 111: Itlt.lDli:1)IUITE: HE z The Red Cross carried on six disaster operation

I IL I a week! It look( care of thousands of people
Ib Ib jar is 'when they were hurt and their home gone

ACON 33C LARD 3 39C '" Statistic were always jut i lot of AU this naturally) meant a lot of work

f numbers to me. Then I got to looking But one out of every 84 people in tim

over Red Cross statistic Awl I found country is a (Red Cross volunteer'! 99There's
(.BI IH\B\ that the numbers '
PFH SI'El1.\I.! rPEH 1 SPEl1.\I.t mean people.!9 ; .;T


.t :\ SI'tWil: Meat; Urderuf 3.00; GR ITS 5 Lbs 41CI:I IFfY; '

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:: POTATOES 37C 1 .P ,1--.11 ;Ax i

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BUTTER 69C KIs //ge box 13C I BRADFORD I tt! a final figure I can't putdown
COUNTY'S
I QUOTA IS $$3 000 here Its the amount that will be

(.oon hl\LtSS: : I contributed by people to help people in the

\. Red Cross drive now under way. That figure

Ib ANSWER THE CALL -- GIVE GENEROUSLY depends on you. Won't you give generously?

t r WEINERS 33C P RK RIBS Ib 49Cii la this troubled world, make your

1 THIS i : \B\ :>EMENT :SPON ORED: AS .\ PUBLIC[ SERVICE BY generosity as great as the need.9 5


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BE E STEAK 59C I Mullet\\l,:Large\\FPIHYn' Pink Shrimp WESTERN\ AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE BIG DAD MFG. CO. INC.




i Oysters and Fresh Water CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON KOCH DRUG STORE


.t 'IE: vr\ Ib C I Bream and Catfishr (deneral Insurance E. T. SHULL PLUMBING & HEATING


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- I1IF I PRIUsRF: ,.(lOll THIIt : HARDY BROTHERS
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PACK Pith_ L ADFORD coprrr TELEGRAPH, STARK FLORIDA
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and pot holders. said!Y I.tate.. h (1rr.lt ('.urt. llra frdKUrtdat ('...';,.. fen 7o0 .been Cf"tI:! ajar' f\-:: !
: "''d roil c'f"u are h..rd'\ named Court and oall'- .
-WALDORF 'n .f .i ... U tfc..H'rl .. '.%
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SALAD r. to are required ti- .q.( a >
: nrre is a H1WAYbj present!
any .
J.-j-eph R.nk. ,
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r' .t"d d"I.nd "bnh' *1-- answer or plead: ( t' ::t'lint
:.tle different way to ruakc -alid! ....t' \ ,.u. may have against> the'd' >r l'.lnk, Defendant Case :Ni. >.$, ..Ii" u>n the Pirnev -* :.' "
;+- f B Btta Shaw Tu Josephine: R.tik. whu-e reeliden'e )- 1..1 ti.." d: .y f ..t'k: i.ty. \" T Fr4'j. lA'\
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f'hoose red. firm Tisvn de-
( apples Une- )Irs. O. E. ('r *b>- I J.rd! lat. of aid i'ount I.. the, and add re-t i!.: (4 Wbiet laj; >.-rye, Florid.
f y :saps are good Leave on thepeeling I' ..ry: Jd** of Bradford County J I i.streei.&l'ht.UI'Uatufan ::,. 1k.t: <'1L Ma *-i! iOFFICLA1. >K.\L Charles A. Darby art f...> the or.gira! : '.. u' .f' .

Take out core end dice' Ym..mYYY Yy """" I IF.r .-.d.s.-.. 'f at aid h's County offu in the court i You are hereby notified that a I' Ma: uin Clerk L Crosby of the C Deputy.renlt C'Clerk..r''By n'k' of the ,'" 1
&t. Starkewithin .
">r >r* the
Lura tiurqess MohrPOHCA.NEBR I Add diced celery and some r>:\I'l- Rev Gir.n of Wald J filed the F. .r.tl.s. fight calendar call for'. i : JT u ;J :,-' .
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m"'thi Ir.>m the time of of M nh
I = == i mallows cut up with scissors; Ii i pulpit at Ba*It'ss Hi A a* Sunday. put!., | mix well and add mayonnaise A large crowd attended. He will .Uini ur demand hall be in writing. | at 'rr named Court And purr and' !. Circuit ('.att. Hradf.rtl Ceaal4l!:Complaint will re tak, *' '
and shall state the you are required to serve a of ed by you
place of copy ,IF'i.rridet I.
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herein the busy da)* fly by verse, and that C<*i mad me. dressing thinned with a bit of preach next Sunday at 11 a. m. I and post office address of the residence claimant I your answer or pleading to the complaint -i F-h.. Pegg 1'aml'l..1W"'lrf'l Cha.rYy.\ Plaiif This notice shat be Ponce .

i.' l I find l 'a':'iM*>i in the Miiallthui makes m>' hear. swell I want to milk. Serve cold oa Ilttuce.I I i i and Sunday night at E. Everyoneis and shall be sworn to by t I.v 1 on the Plaintiffs Attorneynay :, F: ed \I,0:,,' ti., 'ej4nt each. ...... ::.'r f'.t ." .
I ciaimnt: agent or his attorney* Selden. Selden Buildias I'N, .''-41 'Jee( reed: I:. the Hradf,.rjTeleglPh
':'. Ttu u ester a ItllU loath climb the hijjhejt hiP :wdtt:: I like to read what be great ,:' invited to attend services. I,and any such claim or demand i.ut Daytona Beach Florida Notice To \fffTV _
quldnh". j I I the sun rise an 1 get All the so filed shall be void ,and file the original in the office: T d\ li i tt. .: : "< -, I : : .. .. i
me II ,: people who are now gon have We went to Jacksonville to see : John II. Powell. : of the Clerk of the Circuit Curt vs: .1 i .1.1.I .. ', ,. ., 1911
I j! wisdom of the earth loot.1: *o be I As or before the + .
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adm.rIl"tral"r
written. of the : ,
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am coiled; >:g\ books Sherman Sunday. He was doing KMatiof : : : \ \ : \
On the day when we stopped i! mine. God is so \'er: goof Yes. of The classics I fine II Aexeiutor <.( the last \\',iN! JO day uf Mar.'h. U:i3, >.. ,'l!leth. .'f the ,".r. .
my own. I love but the doctor has not .
yet and ,
begging at the heels of life J' Testament of Benrtta Shaw otherwise the allegations i>f u',1 :' \' .
we who are still aiive; are lucky. books. Thomas Edison said: given him a release from the hos- Ti-.n. dyer.-ed. Complaint will be taken as c-n-
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t the brO'Ji i-rol til! hit her of ..
fe rd b
This : !; ft : ') > > you.
the wet t !uJla taught me week we hat two funerals Mv message to you U -- Be pi tal. He would appreciate hearing This notice shall be published! YT..YYY.. .. .. .. .. .- .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ... .w. _._._. _._.yyyyyyyyyy.____________._._.__y
A lady 6S was sowing and just courageous! Have Faith! Go from his friends. NOTICE TO iPPKtR I|cue each week for four constvje.
qviitr.esa.; fell over dead from a heart at- forward! !. (Irmli ..ort, Hridfurd ('oaDI,.'weeks in the Bradford County TV'e-! NOTICE
The blue-eyed mother of ,j }Ir. and Mrs Albert Norman Florida ID ( ..arn,. graph. PLANNING TO MOVE?
tack. The other was a famous Henry Vandyke said: '': and mother. silica c'a"t..llul"1! i Clargiulo. Plaintiff I 1 I Dated this !'I dayt.f ..., ..... .
waters tau It mo : sons were visiting his
pac
? I minister, who es Albert t.. iI)53OFFICIAL
came back to the rgtuh'. Defendant .1 ,
[live shall n.i v-j its toll of rae; I home to"1to be buried. He was "Courage: is a virtue the young : Mrs. Maggie: Xorman. ever the ;, Case No 9ti i ( SEAL) Charles A. Pa !I"' i Let us do the job for >'ouplete. -

I hue hone fcr every bee cannot spare: to lose it is to grow weekend. To Albert Hargtulo. whose reideue -: Clerk of the Circuit c. ?r. f We local and .
past 51>. old before the 'I and adders jl<: 15e9 Brach By Marian L. Crosby Deputy <':,'K; IR.4IMRE2CSO* operate :. .
and seeds for time: It b betterto 'A\enue, Bronx New h distance
winging : York. _
every }Ir. and Mrs Mack Jones and j 2/27 <: an\ where in I 0
bird I IJ I hope to finish: my quilt i I make a thousand mistaken and I You are hereby notified that a MOVING s' '
"Dresden Plate", thu week II suffer thousand daughter Shirley spent last weekend suit fur MITU: 1(1 tlM'Rilt
| a reverses than I I .
imn Rorty I Pui-rif
:lhave ; in Miami with relatives. and toritun of IB I Irruii ( ..art. tlradforii ( ounl Phone 311 251F
the three !
pi..t're, painted run away from battle. !| maiden namehas J -I..rlola la ( hanrrry.Fuge'if : or .
The above II Is the last stanza of I want to frame then now for my It is difficult being Mr and Mrs Jesse Ricks of 1 been filed against you in the, J.:01PI.Hn'H.: .. I
| : vcung : Starke visited Mr Ricks' folks I i above named Court and cause and line Kay I'rfend.tnt Ca :\
wonderful those new home. I will start "e
a Only cleaningthe ; t ,
]po-m n'lIt'ntturue: Farihtiej
are ,
you
Especially in this day We need required to serve a copy of. \....1.T.o IppearT t .
who have certain ( attic now in 3alrh.ilea the Mr and Mrs Alex Barnes Sun- your answer or pleadings ._ -
acquired a age I to try to understand and help the I to the ? Ja. iurline Ka* h."- -
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: complaint on the Plaintiffs d.nt and addr-. M>.L
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and tike msel' have found that j linen closet There is something find We' Attftrnrt T Frank ,
J I young to themselves day.Mr. Landrum Slr..d I'am.ra! : llnghto. I. i.
certain peace tan Kiow its mean. about doing the sanre: things year who have braved the days and and Mrs Gordon Jones and :and Marke.file the Florida. ': land New York R. B. ALVAREZ
original In
the
Ing. We have (;-aced begging at I after year in the same plae that I found ourselves They too- shall :I daughter Carolyn were visiting the Clerk of the Circuit Court office on or'!suit YOU for are hereby notified i v y

the heels of lit:!. We take' what makes for contentment; as one hear the bell strike far up in the : }Ir. and Mrs Herbert" Norman or before."0 danf the Mar h. 1"1.;; I I i i Pi\or- Agents for Delchvr Rrt\\ _.r c: .::.

with a laughing heart. I grows older 111nt certain and Mr and Mrs Ed Norman in otherwise has been- filed against you I K' ?
comes I i a I' sky and find wisdom of the wise I j i( Complaint the allegations of said above named Court and call 1..r 1 'errr'man BId;.:. :S. curt
love the singing of the birds the amount of satisfaction and wisdom children of the wisdom of the Wiersdale Sunday. The enjoyed a ed by you will be taken as confess''I' you are required to ere a r,. ,"*

wind about thr houne: The veiy that one gathers; with tht'I earth i fish fry with Eddie Norman and This notice shall be published your plaint answer or pleading to .th< ,.
I once each on the Plaintiffs \ +
fact that I am alive on this Un.- passing: years and it 1.'. fun to ] I Daisy. live weeks week in the for four conaecu T. Frank Iwindrtiiii :i.
Here is a poem !>v Amelia Bradford Count) : Flor.da:
| crow old. I feel that as I Telegraph '
grow Most all the Bavless Hiway
Karhait. the famous woman i Dated this !: 3 day of February l and file, the nrlgi'lal in the ":1 ithe .
on down toward the sunset of I folks joined with Heilbronn ; Clerk I of Ihr Cip ut; t'...... fSL -
pilot who was lost at s>>a a num- I'.5OFFICIALSEAL .. .. .... 4
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( I t I I..f..r. tit. d "f M(
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life. I shall feel that I haw earned Charles A. Darby ?
MONUMENTSLOWEST ber of years ago. j I Church Sunday to celebrate their I'lerk--- ?f. .ha .-,. .... ...'- I1;,. '. uthrru -.. M t. all g.ih.: "1.-
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IIVUIL i
I that place in eternity prepared form I I I Homecoming. A wonderful rres- I I '"y Marian L.. Crosby D P lYHelr uuri -.t .1 1 <-"" |1'1.i''II it \\ .': It. :aK>':. .i- i.r i.

In fart, this is part of that : Courage is the price that Life sage was heard at 11 o'clock and : ',

PRICES! eternity I sing mv song oil j exacts for granting peace. i'a lovely dinner enjoyed at noon. I r MUM i; 'in \i'i\ii: REFINEMENTi1

FINEST QUALITY I praise everyday as I go J; about I The soul teat knows it not Singing i i was enjoyed after lunch II. 4 irruil. : : In <'han..u.lour llradfurd I-uuutr. FRIGIDA1RETHERE'S

mv work. I shall conMru* to Knows no release from little Had a nice letter from Dais' John _K 1.1\ ,
I'ig.t.nr I'linititf I
:. t ttiru'cexsarv l dotail ill s ,' =
No Extra Charge I I KlltheF: a t'n i ,
sir.g about my work as! I live things: I Norman, she says they have plentyof 1.1VIIIK li' l fffl.ila itI ,
For Setting In Or NearSTARKE from day to day Then when Inasq I I II 'I good fishing grounds and would I \ '1'.. tpprari -u-.- x.>. ?t> i.ullir JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE ;1\ ;Illahlt' locally and uult'h knou: .

Knows not the livid ''onlmess of T..' Kd\lti i.; .. i'oi, its modest
on over there it will be ; like to hear from her friends Her 1.'K>I''Io' *.h K1r cost, Its uhoU>&omeKHirteN.v.
I ("-idein .mil ,..I fear I- :::Ml 1'.10
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more !singing with the angels perhaps I 1 address is Mrs Eddie Norman, L'ul..v..nl..11 I'.g.l ., <'jlif, >,iil ,i :- und alto tact ful ....\ nDeVVITT \- -
to help- us. Try ringing; as I Nor mountain heights where Box 453. Weirsdale Fla suit You for are h..rrl.y notified that a Made only by General

; yon work dear leaders, and see: bitter joy can hear \I Mr. and Mrs. Futch and childrenI Pione and other rrln Motors Corp. All other
life You The sound of wings. ,I has been filed against in the
how much better is you Electric
L\ I i I I! of Titusville spent the weekend above named Court and cause and Refrigerators are

.. I'an.sing if you try. Life is How can Life grant us boon of ''with I Mrs S. R. Clark and family. you your are answer required or to pleading sere a to copy th of made by other companies C. JONESPhone
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easier.HELPFUL living, compensateFor I I Mrs William Crosby has boon complaint on the Plaintiff.- and cannot use the word 7 Starke. Fla.Ambulance.
Write For Free Folder I I HINTS Add one I Attorney William P Morgan.
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sick but is better now. Frigidaire. l
i iII ( dull gray ugliness and very 607 Clark Building, Jack.-on\ille.
pound of Crisco or other vegetable Florid. :
,
ATLANTIC! MEIlORRLS,11'G pregnant: hate I r enen.
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shortening to 15 IDS of lard and I II i.v )1r. lOm.nl and file the original in the offn' e of I i
UTABUSHCD IUO Unless we dare the Clerk of the Circuit Curt on ,Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Funeral Director
I the lard will stay sweet Use the or before theo '! Serrict

7is roiisr sr. 1 lovely colorful plastic clothes pins The !souls dominion Each timea In memorY of our precious :: day of March. 1!';5.;::: ? ?
othernithe Our local funeral
home enable
allegation of said 04 to offer convenience
jACKSONVIUf, flORIDA I Ito act as! curtain j-barXs ant choice we pay [i father. Mr David G Kelly who Complaint will be taken as tonf.,,,s-

hang up pot holders Tin s the \\ith! courage: to behold resist,1' -: departed from us one sear ago ed This by you notice shall be published t THEN SEE services not ot&er.1ie available

this March 3. 1953. once each week for fojr conxnutUcweeks i,, I'" .,, ,,,, ,,_
They tell us time heals all sor- in the Bradford County Telr- E. H. SMITHTenth
graph. We furnish! the highest t>-p e service at lowest prices
row and helps Us to forget Bated this 23;; day of Filii'in! I II
153.! accept ANT life insurance policy In force feared by A:
But time so far has only proved -
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby aad Temple Ave. company as payment in part or in full on a funeral,
how much we miss you yet. Clerk of the "Mrcuit <'"urt '
ty Marian Starke Fla. Consultation carries no obligation
4r God gave us strength to face it. L. Crosby Deputy ci.rk ,
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and courage to bear the blow.
if L
g, But what it meant to lose you.

tiw F no one will ever know

y + -se (Signed Daughters, son and
t'.z
mother: Eunice Box. Mamie

C Brown, Claude l elly. Locoa .

.' Blount. Jacksonville. Fla.


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BRADFORD COUNTY TF.LEGRPH.. >TARKE. FLORID V r \GF MNF
nm>.\\', M.\hc1l 6. 1933 _____ _
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-- 1 I Rev. Karnes Plans I II!ring to take a trip when they become visiting friends here Ia-t Friday and Children of Bajless Hws .,YTYTYYYYVYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

w ouR I Seniors They are begiair.p He \was the: lun,hen guest of Mr attended church:: sen.ces: here Sunday -

1I, Gospel Van Tour noto raise money for their and Mrs Ernest Edwards night 'It's Easy -- Safe

I tnp b% editing a binor.thhSchool Mr and Mrs Ronald Barnett Mr and Mrs Bi":: Jones a-
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To
Rev A G Kane has arjiounced paper entitled the 'TORNADO and sons. Douglas and Alan of pounce the birth of a daughterRosa Bank .

I p *rj 'M leave In a specially but CHIT CHAT". From whatI Jacksonville were overnight Dianne We hear that she!
,..-pel l Van in May for a preachingtour nee !i By Mail
> be
hear it's going to very guests of the Earl Greens last weighed in at seven pounds !
from her to the Canadian, Joyce Scholl is the editor and Friday Mr and Mrs Russell Norman

border and beack to Starke by Jackie Hobbs assistant It is going and Mr and Mrs Ernest Edwards: Your nearest mail box
Census Friends of Mrs R. K. Wagner j&
Christian Church Religious Ute fall. features surf; i: our branch officeou: :
to contain regular of Archer, will be glad to know and son Gene were Sunday ; j
('or. Call and Christian -Ms. Set For SundayA Rev Karr.es. a former pastor of(as Gabble Gossip-by Snoopy. that she is rapidly improving luncheon guests of Mrs LottieEdwards. : save \tep and time when ;, i
unald G. \\rldon. MinhtrrSrrvicts Bajless! Highway Baptist Church Senior Spotlight Sports and Overheard you bank bj- mail. It'. '
from the
operation she underwent -
major
regl: IIHS r -nsuof the City said that the Van is being financed You all the safe. ron"tnitnt ='
the Campus
on wavWrite i
held temporaril.at : last Friday at the Ala- Mr. and Mrs Charles Wagner
\ the Amencan being legion lUll until of Starke will be taken during by contributions from persons who want to see a copy. The first issue chua General Hospital in Gaines of Harlejrville. S. C visited relatives today for full de -

the week of Marc 8-13. sponsored,are interested in his plan which fctdcscnbed will come out Monday ville. We be here and in Gainesvilleover
"ur new building can be completed hear she hopes to
.
Stark Ministerial Association as "preaching in open' S
Bible School tall ages i 10:00 a.m. by the schoolhou, discharged on Saturday, and will the weekecd tails.KEYSTONE
with all the churches or i air meetings If the band members put on an
and Corn- / the home of her We had last Sun
Morning: Worship recuperate at as our guest
Starke cooperating Each church:churcht-s prisons and contacting,extra good concert, next month, STATE BANK"The
union 11 :00 a.m. section' people who never go to church or daughter Mrs A. Miller in day. Mrs. \\'. Bighain: of Dune-
a No
group has been assigned they are going to take a tOUr.
Sermon "Light Of Tin- World". 'ot the city and workers are asked hear the Gospel" All funds will one knows the nature of this,Brooker. din Mrs. Reed Mattair and daughter Friendly Hank" !
r-hrlstian Endeavor i Young Pea church at be used only for the spreading of Mrs Charles Roberson returned Reeda of Gainesville, and Miss
their own
to meet m do good
: tour yet but if they a Keystone: Hei hu. H. .
pi Wpm 1.30 Sunday afternoon March !8.Ifor :I. the Gospel by motor van eapwally.job we'll be hearing about it. to her home here last Monday Lou Wagner of Archer Whf.e: .
Evening Message "Vanity" 7:30,1 specific assIgnments. equipped for eating, sleeping, from a month's visit in San Antonio here "Mom" made us the mist delectable 1111000111111UUUlU11U1U111U11111U111STARLING'S

All Singe i are welcome to at-I expect Etudy. and travel. Rev. Kames said Texas. She was out for diuu.u candy Yuur.trues .
Residents of Starke who It won't be very long now until --. '.
rnd rhoir Practice each Monday:to be out of to-n Sunday afternoon Anyone desiring to have a partin : the Glee Club will present it's the wedding of her daughter ha> and uses the >i"oo: d :,.- -. ... '*"---.-.--- --. "". -- .- ..
at the horn of Clyde W. this work send cpntnbu- 'Peggy' to D. n Bunker ot that .. .
emng are requested to cooperate may ,operetta "Meet Arizona". Dates v :.pe but I
'bison at 7 30. :'with the census by coming by the lions to Kev A. G. Karnes, Rt. 2,'for the presentations are March cIty. mire .-:c.\I'r turn i,>.'' i. '; > : iIT

Mid-Week I'rajer Service at. Methodist: educational building Box 99. Starke. or to th- following 27th and 28th Mr .ini Mrs frank Norman ht"'s":
K L Redaish, Rt 2,
parsonage each Wednesday at ,Sunday afternoon so that cards officers See \'(J'.l r.ex'v etk;
Box 83, J R Kellv! Box f31 IA
.50 be filled out there. :
may Bit-id! Brad'vi IGD& MOPE AL
A heart welcome awaits JOt I 11; Final returns from me Census will Winkler H..X !hJ:!:', Crus HudyBox : i -

alt ..1 these jtervi es "When.';be turned into the Starke Minis' SU YTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYBROOKER --

VIIII"11 is Never A Stranger March 15 at the ltth'ldl TYYYYYYTYTYYYYYYTTTYTYTYBRADFORD -
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Church of God educational building.Methodist 1 I'or. Call and I herr' M< Clarke Fla.
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f Sunday School 10 am. MornIng -' ChurchThe Grace G. Bigham1111UUU111116ALAALkA : JW Prices (;ood Fn.. and Sat.. Mar. t> and 7

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Worship 11 am. EveningService : HIGHLIGHTS ,
Fist M 'thodiht Church i 7:30 .m. YPE Service < ,
p The Ladies Fire AUX.dj! s 'i-" Western Loin T.Bone Round
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tarkH inutrsou to attend *-i\ i : ,
I Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Sleet Monday, night Feb 23 ,' '",
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ties of wur.ihip on Sunday
o.g 7 30 p.m. Thursday.I I Church School begin at .45I r. home of Mrs Aubie Haze" '* "!' 17-inchN.nl.-i. s Lb

*ley : I lev Thomas G Mittheil Will Hy Brenda Bradford.ulluu..u.uuu the president, Mrs II S; .\\ll- :"" '. --'e -Le JC STEAK 59C
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j on. presiding.The e' .J', S' .
Sunday School 10 a m. Morning I peach at the 11 ockxk church
Worship 11 a.m. YI'E Srv-!i service on the subject, "The +. party rooms were decottted e"'J '.': e '13'-r' ...------ -

'rig Saturday. 1.30 p.m. ;:, Master and Hit Mission" Special The big/ event of this week is with arrangements of d'g"\\),I.j 269.95

music will te furnished by th.- Studtnt Teacher I)a\". I'll haveto and seasonal flowers. STEW Western Brisket, lb 39C

St. Edward's Church senior choir with Mrs E. K Perry- wait ui next week to tell you Members present discussed helping ON 17.I CJ c cs
man an organist how it turned out. The Student''
to equip the kitchen at the
Sunday Mast at ft'1i a. m. !! The Senior and Intermediate Council, who IS sponsoring the Community Center. It was de- SAUSAGE MEAT Lb 39C

Weekday Mass ?::30 a.m. ': Methodist Youth Fellowships meet eve.nt. those the following senIOrs cided to wait until a further date I

Children s gars Wed. 3:00: p m. each Sunday evening at 6:30. Thei i to have the honors: i iMr .
I to make a definite decision.At I FCA ViCTORTV
He)stone llflghttWomen's \enmg church service begins at Partm-Kenneth: Conway;
the close of the business !
I Club) 7:30 with special music by the Mrs Mooie-S>lvia Alvarez; Mrs. Celery orCARROTS
Sunday Mass 1st. 3rd. 5th Sun. Youth Chon :01 r. Ulct.dl111 McDonald-Bettv Raborn Mr session a social hour was enjoyed.|

1 : a.m 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m preach on the Sixth Heatitude, Hobbs-Aaron Hutcheson; ; Miss i!' The next meeting is scheduled, Now 5 ways finer for '53 Bunches
Confessions before all Masses 'Blessed the heart." for March 9 at the home of )trs.1 j 1 OC
are pure in 'Rosenberg- Jomue Frances Crews; I' 1. "Magic Monitor"circuit system increases picture performance. 3
T: JO pm .\ Children's Hour is conductedtarn Mr Davison-Anne Greasier. Miss L. A. Molt 'I now ot peak-point of efficiency I 4. New automatic UHF-VHF tuner

Wednesday afternoon at 3.15: :,' Bishop-Patsy Kuc ra: Mr Itos Cpl Wayne Hayes son of Mrs ?. "De-p Image" picture tube- (Optional at extra cost.) -
!Edna Hayes, recently received his for finer deep-image pictures. 5. New wider range of cabinets
tor all children between the
agetit berts-Delano Thomas Mr. Hazel-
; discharge from the :Army, and re- I 3. New long-distance reception styles and finishes. Skinless Lb '
6 tnt 12Church
wood-Billy Dodd, Mr Sprow- WEINERS 39C
Cowen- 1 turned: to his home in Gainesville II Other RCA Victor models priced from $199.95
Johnnie Kopelousos; Mr
: I Mrs. Hayes and Wayne were Ask about !thi RCA Victor Factory-Service Contract.
of ChristCorner Edwin Prevatt Mrs. Perkms- I
DUMOkr ( ; formerly residents of Brooker. j I
10th and McMahou Adele Scholl: Mr Ferguson-Bob- Rev Earl Willis, former pastor i BOLOGNA Lb 39C'
by Crews; Mr Pciynt'- Dur-
etty I
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
Bible School-10 A. M. ,lof the Brooker Baptist Church [
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ban, Mr. Dietz-Coy Alvarez Mrs
QUALITY ; Palatka last Wednesday I
Preaching-11 A. M and 7:31 was over from \
Cressler-lns Clough Miss Bol.j -

now starts at P. Prayer M. Meeting and Bible Stud,{'! ton- 'ancy Hearst; ; Mrs. Slva'Aliese Raymond visiting Faulkner fnends of Miami I I PHONE 2M: STAHKE, FI.1 ..\.i TOMATOES Per Can 101, J/2C
Lawson Mr BeckerOli-
95'DuMonl each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. ; j, former resident of Brooker. was |I ,
; Mrs
199 r Everyone welcome. :tver Aspenwall Long-Vel-
marie Dukes; Mrs. PartinKenI|

neth Tyrus; Mr Gibson-Judv : .. t '
St. Mark's. Episcopal Green; and Miss NewmanAlice t..'t, t' :1 ::'.:1 i :t \ NECK: ( BONES (Pork) Lb 12C

fllYION It.-". Ray mond t: Ma ]1" rrcUnitular' DuMont I Ill/". I of Srrvlcer I II ,, ?rk : :
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in.4U'l&ooJ liratVm nbinrl.brorn 01 1'11'11011fini.1a blond Built I !SIYNi.1VS: The Beta Club initiation. last: 35,.#. : i i' }t;:.. rf.'. ,'. < HI : BACON White (Center Cut) Lb 33C

Friday, was simply out of thig ::
ni euteuna.t 9 1T am Church School. 11 > 1 i t tI I
am Morning I'raer & Sermon; world The Beta Birds looked like -.-- I 1_._ .....
they were from another world.
6.30 p.m., Young People's Serv- They represented the tops in fashion ft I Pure BlackPEPPER

,lee League ,, Mars. /
on
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HOLY COMMl'MOV The girls were adorned in loud For
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1st Sunday 11 am 3rd Sunday blouses worn backwards; Crocker

i:30: a.m. sack skirts tied at the waist with I
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nun.:10 .\\" 'rope; and tennis shoes Their' ,,, I

7; : p m Litany & MeditationS hair was neatly tucked under a

p 1'1. Choir Rfhearsal. stocking and topped with a fancy i ALCOHOL (Rubbing) Pint 10C

OTROOFYOITUSELllu.Monl t \ : bonnet. Their perfume was supplied :
(1I'm'l' OF JKM'S: ('Iml.T bv an onion, which they earned I

CM' KVrrKK: IVY &.\1NTSService's with them all day Lb Can
LARD
pcs\ ion more 45 $4-95
each Sunday In old Masonic : The boys were all spruced up in

In tin olorr liar\ the pi.Miflirforr ( Hall on K. Call St Sunday short pants, frilly blouses, dang "" .
von !buy' Xt.<1 the'' list l School 10 a.m. Sacrament Setv- ling earrings, tennis shoes and the
ln-iulv' of ,tin- HII\I..nt |1'". Inrf'llrr The Western Chuck
uv 6:30( p m K\'eryone welcome last word in darling hats.
\IIII.mt'" mlirr "'"11.1'.1.1-
nun the( lalimrl OXJIIIUH! it'' The .U.ssionan! meets each Fn- pentelmen carried baby dolls with fjlf.Se1EEN Lb
1 unparr and l rIi'! ..'. PuMunt! .tt: >. night at S o'clock. This is i them all day and sang "Rock-a- ROAST 44C

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t..ke part. The Birds all drank cold drinks

through nipples and bowed to all pra small ?small price
SjiJCIaf
Dressed and Drawn Lb
WINKLERElectric 1'KMr'tOsILIIOUM.s3: : the Senior Beta members saying FRYERS 53C

(IH'UCIISunday "Y O\lr wish is my command"It .

Service School 10 a.m. was all loads of fun. I heard ,
Morning Service 11 s.nu someone remark, "I don't see how: l j -?; = GRITS (Dixie Lily) (Small) 19C}

221 N. Tt'mplt'H'. Evening Service 7:30: p iii. the most intelligent students! r r I II ,
Prayer MeetingsVednesda;.i could look and act so- stupid." '! 0- \ .-
Phone Hit) Starke. FU. night 7; 45 p m Saturday nigh: Now the worst is over and the II'I \

7'45: pm. new Betas will receive their pins \i, 1 \ : 6 Bottle Carton

at an assembly program in the i \ II \ \
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Jefferson and Court StreeU In The Heart of Town r 'O .. ..' "'')':1>''1 ':>'. TRIPE Large Can 49C(

Phones Office 2l, t Pa torium 130: v 1 I \. l '/1': .. "e b'se.' I"'J.
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Sunday Sermons: 11:00 .\.". 70::? P.M. "; ,;t .

Sunday School 9i I;: .\.". Training: I'ni.m 6:13; P.M. 1'i -- $269.95Ht Armours

Midweek Serb \\ednexday 750; : P.M. '
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2iJ:!( on Sunday 306 on \Neekda\s- YOl'( can I lose your home PORK & BEANS 11 oz, 3 for 25C

automobile '
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this mete from dod'soid unda\\ Nile l'omprehensi\e: Personal Liability BROOMS 98C

. .,-. 7-'H:: ) p.m. bj' Pastor Hob (;rJv.. Insurance will defend 1. Improved "Magic Monitor" crej.t jy- sit; vty; far better F/ viewing; end lutenmj II
'F )i; tot in ouch an action and of
tem no* at peak-point efnoency-gees 4. New automatic UHF-VHF tuner
can 'e-
-..-..,-, First Baptist Church, Hampton pay the damages up to the dearer, steadier; p.ctures-aii1omatrcol'y' ceive all jtationj m any area.Twice us sew.tive;

limit of jour insurance.TYTVYYYYYTYYYTYYYYYYTTV. 2. Improved "D* p lmog"picture tllbe- as many other UHF tjneri. (Optional! entro). ORANGES 2 Dozen 25C

t 1,. 1,. I'. ? the electron beam hci been refined to m.croshorpnetv .
Bible ) 5 New wider range of cabineh-mor.
fhuol"l" r-' 6-U: p.m. And the *jp rfine phosphor screen ne... styles friars ever before! For I IToilet
ii coated with bJl'of tiny c/yitals I for GREEN PEPPERS 3 10C
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L $ H. C. WALL 3. New long-distance reception steps U3; Asir about the RCA Victor Factory-Serv
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CommissionersSeek Western Union HAMPTON BAPTISTS BUY BUSA' Deputy For BrookerTo At The Tabernacle Hazen Signs With Jax Beach II


Hike Given PermissionFor -- Be DiscussedAt
Pay ; :- .-
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Transfer Fund Agency Set-up .... :-' -' Monday Meeting : -. S.h.<... :u..1 :-.<> of the! : \ r \" ,.i: '..-:

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('onl1nu..d from onrl.grmenta FS : ..Uher.m the Si.the.er! l r't _'
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( "r..r..J..1: from pagerr.onth (': : d I : BrIR'f'r .:.,1 .
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the to .' ---ro- 'lf. r.diy Ul' '
; with janitor for which traffu v \ .,- '
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: ..rtrz fniversitv c-f Kl.ir-
jz'j Commun.\ .
machine r x : r
Kt' i are of the are available the average n." '/' .,,:. : :: :*f ..ltcksonlit' Anniversary Sale
I. G IVell met with the (::: -- of djcu&sr.ij p.: i.- .
of handled at thO' t r Z. ;: !' fl'. t''e' cure -
messages J I.7 on a deputy ,.he-.::
H >.ird! m regard to a road that : Yt At Lovett's StoreTht
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.' ,;.J D E. Knight were inter- 1-E office in Starke was i: : --:-f----.. i-: oker and surruntaa .

39 ; .<,;-- >II! ./e : : triv !last year L.d t : .e. \:rsupt'r
-' .1 .;, Thus matter was re- imately per day. ; :
: ";' '.-' ti ;i' .:'.i an earned toiM
.'rn'1 to Corr.mlsaioner Bishop. 3. That applicant prop .- fq- A -. '- to call the meeting

| r-mised to take care of it train its agent*in the prop. Ire't .' at a session of the t :4a: The 1952: more :!. .
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"I ,1;, --Tly date. ling of messages and with i '.. t' r uncil Tuesday night e 3 .' :- :.t SEC champion. rgl.i' \ l

Ii i !r' ,> '. ::' .' i ight-hander is ourrenfxmvers ,
Inc card gave Commissioner supervision by applicant. : ; : P D Reddish will be prey "
%' ; e !r.-- .'- tand :tiTed' in .
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Frnfrrr v permission to act on his posed agent should be > /i i :::3t'uss the matter w.::; t: iof :
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'- .' r. FR'f'm.nt In acquiring twos handle the mall traffic i ;.. :.- r-r"f i .
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., fits the Brown'ee road. : .
tr- on volved satisfactorily. -ii.nouncing the meet-:: ; t
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Mr : .zell. *ho came before : The Western 1.ruon'Ill >,.. Major Hewlett S. Anderson sa. : '.I .
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I I ts. ii residing at! BUX'MM" -- .
'hr! limn at the request of MrRenfroe. to the oprim that Bill Dtgham, president i : b. i;. .::
quired inspect ]
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was asked to make several -''of I: the office not I I'-w tiw J" the Santa Fe Telephone Co. will 1 ; Ut'! ,
agency { -. .. .
r : :> }:,'i :n .:: April.
fhange8 on various roads of once even s.x months to assure + also be present and will l dISCUSS .ted !(','.; 1 : ,

relation to culvertsand Hazen t" 'i.-es>o> & t.re : .' 3'" ..: ,\ .
.he county In that adequate service is rendered p ..' .1 ,' tv t l.c; 1 ."jOr"l-: matters relating to the Brooker II.> n K \ ,.-.., ... i. ;:t--', 1
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idejroads, He stated that telephone exchange which is expected St.;. .t g. : .irve and bettf.: ::. ." A I' t 1'.. rt'", !
Will p: '" r.: tae i.XU.en: ;;e o! the .
belt he could i'K lured abovei he 1953 bus last week average control In addit.> :*. I. < (rent .,
he "would do the Fire Department > : new Dodge purchased by to get under constructionat Middle East Bible Lands' a reportof ? otu 1.

The extra cost of installing the ,' :ie First Baptist Church of Hampton. It has a 45 passenger seating an early date. his recent trip abroad at the is regarded as an effeotixe< p..1; n

tower for the Sheriffs two-way Answers Three Calls capacity and is being u,'ed to transport folks from Sampson City and Fundamental Gospel Tabernacle, hitler He has been ari'.to; ; .'.>s'. : Iisg t .
by scouts. t< '. : ..- '
major league i: '
radio wa. approved.The highway 301 to all services of the church. R. A. Brannen the driver, Fishing Contest March 1.:,. 14. 15. at 7.30; p.m il ('\<".: .i at'.' iindi
i; The Starke fire department an- down their offers for I IN' it:,' < '
plat of Bradford Jlel tsHuMI'Uilon. is pictured with the bus and feels right at home in his new job. since, Mr Knox u ill show Kodachrome
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Now Under !i entry in the Florida Sta' :g t t.'batfa in u"
the Way
presented byV.. A. swered three calls during during the week he is employed as County Maintenance Supervisorfor pictures of his trip through eight
Class D>. Erne ,
a products :
j week of hem of major lV
none
past loivign countries including the
UeAstnt, was approved.The the school busses. Douglas Hardy also serves as "bus conductor."
The first annual con- '
fishing "The
clerk was instructed to importance. II Ii i : island of Cyprus Lebanon Syria major leagues offer more nllt:1"s,%r of the local -t.' trio
I assisting elderly folks and children on and off. test for members of the Trail '
nte Mr Brewer of the State Last Sunday afternoon a small and the Holy Land: ,, money ." Hazen said. 'B..: ." h." -' .tIr join in ext..n I.. ", ..hlf' '
i Called "the child of promise" by the pastor. ReBob Cray the Socitl RecreationalClub
Ridge and .
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the Mr Knox tenor soloist will ; > invitation t"
Road Department to start house in Knight's Quarters occupied a also meant I would hj. tIn
I I bus purchase was made possible by the faith and prayers of the church was started March 1. This '
Lln'e on the Hosier Ilnad (from by Walter [Ruffian burned. ': sing favorite songs as well as 4 8 at t tnn. I.
) member and the Christian kindness and Club of Class A or B ball. 1 .
generosity of the following is composed employees: ot his trombone. ,'
play lie received
Uwte to Flowing Well Bridge) I( Wednesday afternoon the depart- % :.1 11

a* soon as he thought advisable. ment was called to one of Col.! firms: Hardy Brothers Motor Co. : A. L. Luce president. Blue Bird Body i Humphre\s Gold Corporation's musical and ministerial training years I have seen a nl I ,

Tina is the next roAd scheduled Knight's houses on Grand St., oc- Co.; and T. M Rieherd. Farmers & Dealers Bank. Lake Butler. Any-'TraIl Ridge mine located on the at Bob Jones University and hattra..ded promising. plaep- tithat toll I.t'1 th:" \\.k f.1' : I r. ,

:site of Camp Blanding iii": :> hi i .i .
Approximately ) > i
from coast to '
for hardsurfacing in the county. cupied by the Brantley family one desiring to attend the services and in need of transportation isurged coast in "

| An oil stove caught fire and there to get 11'tou..h with the pastor. { 200 persons will take evangelistic and Bible Confer- <'
;part in the contest which directors work.

L. L. WainwrightWins was considerable smoke damage. :of the Club saill become an
Last
The third fire was onlv a grass Red Cross Fund Council PassesOrdinances Thursday night A '
i annual affair if successful. Offi- .
TrophyIn blaze. Philippe showed colored pi. t .. "

vial weighing stations have been of the Lake Louise Camp LitTocooa :.

Palatka ShootL Reaches $682Advance For Certificatescontinued l set up at: Lindsey Walker's Service Falls Ga.
Mrs. Tyler InjuredIn '
em:33Tof : Station. Keystone Heights; j( Sunday morning Don Mo"
L Wainwright an
the State Pruon it TUIford. waswimur : Auto Mishap gifts for the Bradford ( from page one) !iTownsend's Grocery Store. Kings-1' Orlando brought the message !H!

trophy Count n..tCross\ Fund Drive ley Lake; West End Grocery is a member of the Chn' n,

of the marksman's otticers ot(l! Mrs Betty Jo (Crawford* Tyler total $6 :l. according to a report stated that the Central Florida ;' Starke. Business Men's Committee ai.l( .1-

at a meeting of peace District held in was seriously injured Monday from W. B. Sew ell. Advance Gifts Gas & Appliance Co. had requesteda i Prizes for this contest will be well known in Starke, having !1.'. t'j!
the new Eighth rHEA IRE
I'alatka'edn"kb> of last we-kWainwright's '' morning when the automobile she chairman as the first week of. permit to construct a storage ;awarded for the three largest here during his childhood -- Keystone Heights

scorn was 430 'was driving failed to negotiate a the annual campaign gets underway warehouse for gas on a lot lo- fresh water black bass caught The sponsor brought th. ..\ r'
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Other local officers attending the curve on the Brooker-New Hiver The county's quota is cated on Alton Road. Council lUuring: the period .of March 1 to ning message and a musical num-

shoot and making high scores included road and overturned. ,II $3.000 !i Ii denied the granting of this permit I May 31. First prize is $25: cash ber was plated by the violinist and .. fl.. Sat. March (f j. 7

Sheriff P. D. Kedh, and 1:i I Mrs. Tyler who lives near: New j Among the larger contributions for tanks on this property on the second prize $15 cash and third dedicated to Mr and Mrs Quul"b'y.

of ''River. was hospitalized in Games-1 received the week grounds that it might jeopardizethe this being the occasion of their
State Trooper Q A. Fillingim during past i, prize $10 cash.

Bradford County and Sheriff Joan vitle. One of her legs was seriously were: T. H. Slade, $50; DuPont possibility of home construc- | The fishing will probably be wedding anniversary PRISONER OF ZEH'OAStewart

Whitehwd of Union County crushed and the other one was Company $50; Humphreys Gold I tion in that vicinity. I done in the Keystone Heights and Farm Bureau Notice

The next meeting ,will be held in broken. Corp. $75; Lovett's $25: Adolph Councilman Ewell introducedan I Starke areas. However some contestants I Granger; Deborah Kerr James Mason. I Louis

Gainesville. dUe to be announced j She was charged with recklessdriving Gay 10. j ordinance providing for the issuance I will probably try their I! The Bradford County Farm Calhern, Hane Jreer;

later and all local officers are and driving without driv The fund drive officially openedlast of JSO.OOO in utilities luck in more distant locations. 'I| Bureau will meet Friday night,

revenue bonds to pay the cost of I II | March 6, in the courthouse. Pres-
urged to attend. t r's license.SYINKLERELIECTRIC Monday and Mrs. Junius i( Contest prizes will be awarded at
certain street improvements providing J. R. Wainwright Sun. Jon March 8 9
stated .
Smith, county chairman expects'the I the annual meeting of the employees' I jident a
for the rights of the hold- I club.Presbyterian. :i that a representative of Blue Cross
goal of $3.000 to be reachedby
ers thereof and pledging the util- | will be to
discuss insurance
I present -
SERVICE the end of March, with the THE SILVER WHIP
\
ities service tax to the payment and all members are
cooperation of all citizens of ChurchCorner
thereof. urged to attend.

Starke and Bradford County. I Councilman Lawson introduced "th and Cherry Sts.V. i [Dale Robertson, Robert Wagner; HOr)' Calhoun
According to a special report released i ;{
\ S. McAliley. Minister
'p"/ b>' Red Cross president E. I an ordinance providing for the I Wc.r.u.

Harriman the 81 Red construction of improvements and :, School services
Roland
i Regular Sunday
extensions the utilities' SAID \KK.\II\M LINCOLN : Wed.. Thur :March II. I 12:
Cross Chapters in the State of ; to City's begin at 9:45: a. m. Each memberis .
"THK I.Iqnm TK.\ri( fAXOTKKKEGrMTKI
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RADIO Ftonda last vear. working vith system and for the issuance of' urged to attend and bring oth- \

field directors! attached to military I sewer revenue bonds in the i ers. At the morning hour. the ). IT MT.sT THE IRON MISTRESS
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KHADICATKI: OK A I.I.ATTKS.1T .
t AND installations in the United ,, amount of $10,000. j pastor will preach on "The Meaning ; *; TO KKOII.MK: IFMU.

it States and overseas including'I After the required number of of the New Birth". The Pioneer -
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r T TELEVISIONSales Korea gave assistance to more i readings, both ordinances were and Senior High Youth Fellowships Starring): Man I.add and Virginia Ma to
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,. than 20.000 servicemen and their unanimously passed. i meet at 6'30: pm. and _

III .. families back home. : A representative of the Pak- at the evening service the paitor i - ., v-- ---IIiEIEiiFriE

I Tnese requests for aid s in many Mor Garbage Collection Units will preach on the topi.Am I ... ; << !' : --.i_ _. < :,

advised that the company had receIved My Brother's Keeper""
instances involved such emergencies

and Service as deaths serious illnesses a large order and that On Sunday afternoon t the ti'; mv, S-

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I- ...#.....,.... ##### # there would be some delay in .
and accidents, which required helping with the religion 'iisus .
221:! N. Temple ,\\ e. 1'IIONK 166 Starke Flollda3t delivery if the City anticipatedthe
confirmation details asked mee' dt
chapter of the to
city are n ___ _
..i the situation, physicians purchase of a body in the' the church at 1.30; p m Ttn.s

..state i enK: and other necessary near future. The Council ad..isMI I, who are unable to conclude the I

1 t Y SfA .er immmdtiim needed by the service- him the City was not ready at' census on Sunday aft'-riumn .ill:

D DI. n.tn and the commanding officer this time to place an order. The be given the rest of !the ..\.k to

." t !the military unit. Families representative said that in the finish their part of th.> ,.:M\- RASH CLOTHS

funds I event the present garbage collec- March M dt 8 < ir
needing extra in such emergencies I I On Tuesday \i'
i'.1: PV1 li ii.h
"I. I II'' .11 a. i "
I \I. ">K I i .' til h ii".. iii ''.'. ... ii! 1 I. usually were able to ob- tion unit broke down, his com- the circles of the Worm r: II' the

1 :fV .. i i .:. ... ''t j :l' iii >. I'll.Mil- tain a loan or grant from their pany would lend the City its Church will meet ('Ir. !le 1 '..l'll!
;: i "I wiitr I "I I 1."ilK. I"\ T.I"1.
\ \ \ 1'1:1': Short <>rti<.r > took < ;...,.I j .-i'.116r. Kl. :II'| 1 13 1; local chapters. Chapter financial demonstrator until the equipmentcould mt'elth Mrs J G t't <)lwi>ll

'..) .....1 goal h'urAl !'..> ,, assistance for this purpose totaled be repaired. He also said with Mrs E. C Harder ., s ,- FIRST QUALITY
j 1'iivr I in Kt-:>I."u aiil It. II" e
FISH= \KKKT: nl'KN: < ucrk. luth and Thompson MS, x more than $133.000 in Florida that if the City were to purchase hostess. Circle 2 sill > e.: .1': tie:

"'"I 1 K Ll.1..111",10') I.'.... UtiM 6 10 Ki h der-s- the truck locally he would come
4 111 In |' tn > alone last year. manse with MrsV; S MAil! nand
LOTS OF COLORS
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>lli otlax.. aiinir M toolII a.sun.ililr J It. :Mi'Kinnonr 'OC
uiif
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.'"-.. TlAil.i pia, iuull) Ih\\ 3,6SJ ,> In nine Florida counties the Red to Starke and pick up the truck Mrs F. M Crawtoi.l o.ill be .
I II..th 1 can tat' serif b) prllklntrlilh carrying it to Orlando and make I
U IU; <-.-. M.tiki-, i'huiii'J4U Cross was called upon for anotherof co-hostesses.
V\JU 11.W.STll'art' oft installations to the body within 3 LIMIT
HI' heltl Wednesday
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Choir practice is -
KI ?undy and lIulldlnlC" K:! its primary services last year-- .

in it .sKKKKI'U:. : : \\ ,S1.tI''l*...I I> I ttl'tthu t..I..1. Mead) Iv" f". assistance to families hit by na- five days and return it to Starke. night at 7 p mmil pt.t .'!

lliplnv UK.II1 I" IlKlH I"'f"1') I Il rtlCh per ""II h-hg 1 Rev.V.. S. McAliley. pastor of meeting at 7:30: p nThe Blnlestudy ---- -
tural disasters. A total of 86
"i\ .I olu-r HI:I K.tn. ho )\.-1.1 U, liK "
Fi iU I UKNTKu.. niMhrd ap.rtuirnt I families rl'l'eimore than the First Presbyterian Church will include Gf nesi' 16.,1;

.I'i.E--: .1..1 lu....".. I! "'1-\\ 40.: N \\ ..h..1 fi 1. riiuiu- ;6I iii presented the Council a resolution CHILDRENSDUNGAREES
wfll builtirik llr.-- It.t4au 1 171-J Mr" K II Unm Jtp! .: u $17,000 in aid. some of this during -
'. signed by his Board of Deacons. Lily Jane AldridgeMrs
t.- rni fli.tric but plait44 I the emergency period but
>t > .'1 *'|III.IIAII huri'h pat...!> t'ul: CIJT-I.tlgr: brtlioom. private thanking the City for the dona-
.b< 1' I! \\ rld.". ihri"luu M bath aminti.in- .' on lUtfuiit lid mostly for rehabilitation expenses. "
of electric current to their Lily Jane A'.ilinlge: >9Uvile
.1 tion
1st.. i. l> iiiern. phouv ::'<-\Vi.turr : These families were helped financially -
lit hKW.XT. church and the other churches of of Rev W (. A,1rj1Kt':
I. .ViVoUOKK Ilr4i. \ \ r'IUII" to the extent necessary to
,i.' ill anMltri Knit of 1.1 11,,'..In .. ).-\\ >s from n am to 1 enable them to return to a normal Starke. !! pastor of the Orange Park Me'dist :.1.,'
1' n I.ad. I "II.ur) 411. 4 .. I Ii pin Kill) 1'Uir. .':'J: T. mir Church, diN at hei n.?mr
At basis. Rehabilitation aid
It. hxPiR living
'I II
,. .there after an ilnes! ,'1 three1!
I d I: ILJ t t 10 j.ir Road I..ran Recent BirthCapt.
.,.1 ,.n graded r"o1 1..hIDd Jun., UENT: -P"ilrabl* 3 room nicely ranged from grocery orders fora ( months They were former reajidents -
\ MarU. ; \\ t: : furnished New few to of funds
i. I 1. -" lh $ ,1\ riir apartment. Outhrm days granting
"i' 1'.1\ I..r. Kt 3 llox 5'-:, ',.ine.- ; r..- heater Electric kitchen and Mrs F. M "Buckshot" I of Keystone HeightMts.

\ .;,. :\1. :" T.liriJs'ke hit I till.t.graded.. road' at Call St, for rebuilding destroyed homes. Williams of Franklin Park Ill. (: Aldridge: was a for er t.I' her BOXER STYLE
In) sign on left
>u){ S \|I.": T..n: .,1' and T.>I.J>-.... side "f ro.d Mrs. ,'arl'I to formerly of Starke announce the | in the Wesleyan Serv'iGu.i.i l ,fthe
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\\I!Lw' II U I.. 's -. )lt: li.ISKNT .-, .\I..ulm'"I. lt 1 II,." J-i IfIUIJIUS Church C
birth of Robert Sul1i"an.Februar Starke Methodist FIRST
..LUAr. F.;.1 l t a son. I QUALITY
VOl'I.I. I-l'}: the new t.tt'r. ) 24. Funeral service we!.- held Tuesday O3
Felt :: I.. I- ., h u-e .t' KKl'AIUKl: : i I
brook purse-size fmmUin l ens inpastel i Capt. Williams and Canilill in the Orange Park ;.iunh
h..n"I0'\ I1k.: "I't! .:t e-is: tt I : '
'I h. 'I 1{I'i'1'.; : I't: l-.i'y. 4i)) liraauiiablr til Naves rkurcr- ill- MudrU.U..N I sfu,l.>... Only $'!.:I': at Bradford make their hrrre in Biloxi Miss and the body was sent t.. Tor>.nto, SIZES ITO 6
tl I'I I 1.1. I Y
CH\s.. l. sllK.rilKIIII Count v Telegraph. ift.-r March 20.? Canada: for burial
Tat \\ ..II..f
Murky I'k..1}
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MATTRESSES I "ASTErr."hl.: nm >elicenstJ r t
piattical for -
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01' AU. fitI)3REN0I'.ATEl: duty I>.'otor Clinic: It.g.-, RJE Cagers Win i '
) Ml W full S( Slarki'! KU LADIES

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V UN IT 1 VU E (.....,.. Indis l'urm..... The boys basKIi.blt :'
\zvu\s Jr.#. BLMHSES
HtoUllh"t..tt'n,1. and JL. \ar.rry 1UR High School cl1ma... .... :3.
\!.II..i .'. p, "rant h.-.l .i..t ., .Ii l
KrfinishrdI.NJis r..t : ,. : : L ,..tit. .. Lr highly successful sea :irur.g r '
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; 1 In; : : and tt ..ir.anlra
.\ : .. 'I \ nit.s ('l). l1..t..t'n' Lalra .; .. the Class B !).>: .

1U.tM PaUtkA. 113,1 1 I' ii. ne E.r.*. ,'.,.It.'i*. meat held at Florida XT.. Ik I
I: ., I';. ":arlr'n "'I..
LLAAAA.AAALALAAALALAALAA11'I' Augustine last Freda> \r. : REGULAR
I-k. -.n'T'IWR: SECCRITIKS $1.00
J II till'HI. Jli .....-..I.I.f I'r\)teeto Security Boxiaatiful day The Starke t a-r. : 1' If
\MII i: \tliit large, hradUI\ tell!!I Dunnellon 70 to 49 .r : '.r ? 1 ; a
i iri 1 1M: > iio."
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b! % S'.i'Ji! : plus FIRST QUALITY 3C
s \I l.s ta* BraJfvrd I ..ame to tike the Jisr : 1rI e
a 1 roe Uk I... h .......-.aa. 1' same T""lfr.l.ph! U r ', .
The: RJE team can-- : -

.alnr tillr larh: e'ridarFult :'"': Sts'i: :. and ..t' .. hti .I three uul of the Xl,.,. : : .. :, 1i SIZES 32 TO

:=;;; SAl K: 1 h'1.'o'J; tmk. 'I:., 01. ..,,' [ i;: :110. ?;'t." ..>,. 1\\|>.-."\1 j,,Si,'''. awarded .it the tour t:"r" i e 46

> ,v !ltt':.. lut'.e. > >:dne body .. il..t.' matcager :it.ttk',' aadition t.t the ,-... :1-: .
,, Lake H. '! a;' __ z- --
't' PI' 1.l'lo'1"Kmg"lo" r .
>ward .:; \ won the : :: :

s:; Price $250: Terms. lip ":: ... t. Ki i:. -' mrai;t -n Temp: ,," Best Sport niarjDip, i.'..l t.> We
We Refund
x' '., We Exchange Satisfy
i r I t f -\ i: *. ;; *.:
)F"ov Seat' l Pr.-.ed Team

4 N.v -1:1.1 KAI-.M;tit Ultt'.V i-'i: s\!' II't) I.\ >. \ 1 ..! h ..u-e i, ,. ,. D.str.i-; .s comp>-u o': .;:
,. !1.,1\\> Itt |i>>' 1 ..: ... >- Ol'TKKT .. Edwin R.dnn..n duIiul
III VMI'Ii -
i 1 t'''t of ".h ml al .iI' I ? hoots :n St Augustine Kemar \> fjf .t nm t ti r !
-yrt '". .. 14t.-. n.., :.; 1 l.. .t ". s- i-\. Pri, f; V
::..::,.-.-' !tpi .. ,e i *! .''.rt I,.i' r.a. Starke. Hawthorne...:!".:.-, h"n.II.r.) K.KIM..I t T.i'i i r llainp l..h'n1"! d (.nll.n x -<' aid
=-- '
- 04"q "life. .rk "Id- istir.js High Spiings. Dunneiior row ; t:. I:. 'b'II. twill Rudolph ( olrfLtn.lstir Ko:,.-...... Johnathani
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\ lIMPED MVlK ram to on r It "
h 'l'f la .t w rrk. K I ,.,,. ., !f..r.- .';.Ii Douglas.ndt"rso'i -.!..> strainer) ( bar-. j4w..on (train,-r., IVnuni )Iill-r. and
: .,,..1 t..d hrr and v''*' i> x T. nvUlapable.
.i.x- Kddie Tompkins. Absenthen picture was taken
.- for lir. liars I: principal of iJJK.:
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--- ......k'u (tlr.\.r jth' T't \ *l# \.i: ,, \ ., : direction: or' i
vn-- Joe Iui
and (
,'.! ; ; ... 'I' urnHius. McTear. sT\KKE. ILA.R.DFORD .
ns ..: \1.-.,.. J..r.I. t"\" ,. ,: ..\ V ,"manf :J'V ,'. Shell the RJI U1.CLLST..

i v B, sal slt h"ax v <1 nv tn, '. ; '. y one game out c I f there. .Beach ths werxen-i KJK W'.> -
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,1 .tvle. \\ tl! "...1h.. oJ'1 r Ki'U.! IKNT K in'hM \ season. The las s The team is playing ..n.e State Dialed to meet ht P rte .r. .:- :.- -= .__ ,- ._ _-_--=--:, ___-_ __ _'_ : ,.- ._ -. : :- ::';;: : =:::-.}JP,1GP
'- .-ar. II F J..f. Mm n .tb ''':.'1:1 ,'..r"h _. _
tea. FU. :. ..' ',V V. d 1 '. :: was t:?: i-\atka in a game piaye i Tourr.an.t-r.t t-e.r.g r.e-j :r. t iviona first game