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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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BERRIES LOOKING FINE BUT! STUDY CONTINUESand

4, *Af \ b o .. ..Et4r

There are few sights prettier than a field of wherefores.

waxy-green strawberry plants, uniformly spaced. During the planting season last fall, experiment Lv

full of bloom and fruit, and resting on a smooth al plots were designated on three farms. Since it

bed of dean straw mulching. was thought that over-acidity might be one of the

Unfortunately, the berries look just as good to tI'mbles'arying amounts of lime were applied to

birds, bugs, and bacteria as they do to human beings strips in the experimental plots. The same thing

Even housecats, believe it or not, have learned wjip was done with commercial fertilizers, since it was

to like the ripening fruit (see this week's Farmers also suspected that the time of applying and the

Diary). tr j ,'ontnt of the fertilizer used might be factors in ,
.
Athese familiar pests were not enough to the so-called decline. *-

worry the harassed berry growers in recent years I ast week the specialists from the UniveJ'>oIt\

'he plants just seemed to quit producing fruit like ,'f Florida were over for one of their periodic checkups -

k they did in the "good old days." Plants looked at the three experimental plots. It is still too '-: -

ood enough early in the season, but seemed to go frq ,. ,'!iv to draw many conclusions, but it was evident .
t
mlo A decline and quit making berries just about hat the test-plot plants show better growth with

tht time the farmer should be getting peak yield well developed crown from having received early

Last year at the instigation of County AgentG Application of fertilizer and a starter solution usedat

T Huggins, staff workers from the Experimentstation setting time.
L. r. MORGAN JR. is
EXPERIMENT STATION awl Extension Sen ice specialists look for and the Agricultural Extension Service be- ju.Ufjabl) County Agent Huggins said that a tour of one LE.UTIFTL FIELD of Florida 90's i* toured by grower Leaton Morgan -
proud as he Mineys this vigorousFlorida
insects and diseases in test plot at Luther Milliard's strawberry farm came interested in the threatened decline of the 90 plant, Already grownp'ernt ir more of the test plots h being planned and will Jr. (center foreground) and University spt>CiaIM... Nineties

near Lantey. Milliard says plants are in much better shape than at strawberry industry here and launched an all-out incies high from crown to be announced later in order to give growers on- make a beautifully uniform field and are well loaded with bloom and

this time last season.He continuing study in an effort to determine the whys ground. the-spot information about the tests fruit.



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VOLUME SEVENTY-FIVE AItKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1954 -
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I Commissioners May Run At LargeWill Guard-Gets-The-- 'Once---Over'- I PostmasterThe Change Due Feb. 16 I II



SU_rke post office will havei
the
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County Commissioners haveto districts 191 law and maintained that appointment i had not of F F. Stump in the fall of 1952.
or on a ('ountrwide basis. n*>w postmaster or a new acting i teen announced simply because Mr Johns
run "at large" in Bradford The Flonda Constitution nomination by districts does not ( resigned the positIOn.
requires -
)ostmastcr by Tuesday, Feb. 16. i Congress snowed
was under the
I by
effective Feb.
County this year for the first county commissioners to be disenfranchise voters in a general 4-r1' p- Ii IiAzTrv As of row. the betting odds are |I alvalanche of new postmaster- 16 to accept empoyment -
time? selected countywide votes in election. They have the full choiceof with the State Road Department -
I I by hat the new appointee (either ships that must be cmfirmed :
This is just one of the many i the November general elections.But writing in names of favored icting or permanent) will be I throughout the U. S. field at $350 ;per: month as a
that have politicoes i candidates, he said. ; ? representative in charge of
questions a 1915 law allows commis- ireen J. McGriff Jr., 29-year-old "I am writing a letter today
guessing and which hinge on forthcoming -i sioners to run for party nomina- Attorneys for the Escambia Democrat and disabled veteran of recommending that, if the implementing a new policy of adding -
permanent wildlife
Supreme Court decisions. i. tions in the May primaries by district citizens, however, said that writein ; World War II. I appointment cannel come exhibits to Florida'stourist
Two Commissioners are for vote instead of ballots were a theoretical -I- P welcoming stations on
up county-at- power sis for this speculation was i through by Feb. 16, that ..McGriffbe highways
re-election in Bradford County large. held by voters. As a practical given in a telephone interview named acting postmaster until I near the Georgia line.
The
this year. They are L. L. Renfroe The test case originated in Es- matter, nomination in 'the Demo- Wednesday afternoon with C. C. the regular confirmation I wildlife exhibits are part of a
is made
plan to
streamline
of District Two (North Starke) cambia County where private'cratic primary is tantamount* to 41I : Spades of St. Augustine, Republican Spades said. and them the five stations
and Mrs. Jessie Chastain of Dis- citizens contested the practice of "lection in November because Naticnal Committeeman, from The long time hanging-fre: put on a 24-hour basis.

trict Four (Hampton, Theressa, nominating commissioners by dis Florida is still a one-party tate, 'I -$ whose desk go the recommendations -:.I appointment for Starkewas postmaster At present, Mr. Johns is on two

Graham). tricts. A Circuit Judge ruled in they said. It was further argued for new Florida postmaster- brought to a head this week weeks annual leave from the post
A contest is'already assured in their favor and held the law that nomination by districts
1915
restricts ships. by the resignation of S. K. JohnsJr. office and his resignation will be
District Two where E. L. Crawfordhas unconstitutional. His decision was the freedom of choice by I Mr Spades said that McGriff ., who has been serving ES acting effective at the expiration of this
announced that he will seek appealed to the Supreme Court by general election voters. 'had the recommendation" and he postmaster since the
resignation; period next
the Renfroe seat. Mrs. Chastain. Attorney General Richard W. Candidates for School Board i I gtPolaroid Tuesday.

ao far. is unopposed. Ervin in the interest of getting a will not be affected by the decisior I Judge Patten
Until the Jourt decision uniform decision I \ Contractor Tells
Supreme covering the en- since they are already nominated I Plans For Group
comes through these candidates tire state. county-at-large and have been Asked To SitVfithHighCourt
will not know whether they At the Monday hearing a member since passage of the minimum: MInute Photo by th* Telegraph I :,
must solid votes only in their I of Ervin's staff upheld the foundation law. I I Of Moderate Priced
Houses
I COL. ROY W. AXUP. inspecting officer, congratulates \\ !! Here

Lt. R. F. Chitty on a good inspection at the

Girls Play Ketterlinus Here Tonight I Mothers March i armory here Monday night. Lt. Chitty has just as- I Circuit Judge George L. Patten I Joseph D. Warren off I: High' He recently decided to return

Nets : biuned command of the company, sue.ceedlnCapt/ was notified by Chief Justice B. I Springs and Washington. D. C ,., to Florida and soon after returning
$832.33 I -
H. B. Ingram :"Jr. (left) who becomes Battalion K. Roberts of the Supreme Court (i I has purchased some 5.S acres to High Springs he heard about
While Take On PKYIn: G'viIle |
Boys I Training Officer. Looking on are Co!. T. K. )Ie- of Florida that the court had requested -I fronting on Orange anil Pratt the housing shortage in Starke.

The Mothers March on Polio Clane (crater) Battalion-Commander, and Maj. II.CI.uzisfordr'1gbt him to participate as an Ftreets and plans to bepin construction He came here to study the situa-
netted S32.33 for the annual infantile : Associate Justice in several I of houses in thee $6,000 tion and
important
Tonight (Friday) the girls from boys have come a long way since I ( ) Battalion Executive Officer. was convinced that the
paralysis fund. .Mrs Ed cases being presented to the to $6,500 class within abo'ut 30 need for
K.:Urti&u> cfSU: Augustine.wili then, and will be out trying hard I I" moderate priced houses
Tenly. chairman, announced yes I "ourt in Tallahassee on Wednes f da vs. was here. He
be here for a return game with to avenge that early season loss. recently met with
Coach Bishop's girls while the The boys would also like to atone I terday. This total U well above The 85 members of the local Ingram Jr., who served in that day.Judge Mr. Warren told the Tdegraph I the City Council and was promised
i I last year's figure which was : unit '& Hq capacity since June 30, 1948. Capt. ratten cancelled all of his yesterday that he purchased] the that water and lines
boys are playing P. K. Yonge over for the loss to P. K. Yonge over National Guard Hq I sewage would
in Gainesville at the Florida gym. here when they led PKY for a half I, $566 82. and Mrs. Tenly expressed I Co., 2d Bn.. 124th Inf.. underwent Ingram has been reassigned as scheduled appointments for Wed- property from Mrs. Berti* Terrellof |i be extended to the property he
appreciation to all who helped nesday in order to with Lake City and Mrs. Rite Brown '
I Monday Battalion Training Officer.Lt. comply the propose to develop after the
Saturday night, at the armory but fell by the wayside when the annual armory inspection 'I
here Coach Hazelwood's five will visitors turned on the steam in the I make the drive a success. night by Col.! Roy W. Axup of Chitty graduated from the .Supreme Court assignment and heirs of Dunnellon and at foundations of some of the houses
"A few homes were missed. 1 present is having a plat drawn .have been
have another crack at new Smyrna third quarter to go on to victory.The Third Army Headquarters, Ft. Associate Infantry Company Officers 'I up. laid.
know. Mrs. Tenly said, "and if dividing it into 29 lots.
I Course at Fort Ga. Parents WarnedTo I I Mr. Warren that his lots
Beach, newly crowned winnerof final count of their previous McPherson, Ga. Benning I says
the southern: half of the East meeting was 62-55. Up through there are any mothers who were The exact rating earned by the last August 24. He is employed Go Mr. Warren has been engaged in will all be 100 feet deep and will
Florida Conference. Tuesday night's games the boys not solicited and who would still company was not disclosed at the in the accounting department at With Kids I the construction business ir Washington ;.,: vary in width from 60 to 85 feet.
I I like to have a part in the drive by Gold On D. C. for 23 years but he I He proposes to build moderate
Bradford winner over Palatka now are sporting a 10-5 record. time of inspection but will befON'arded Humphreys Corporation. Shooting Sprees I
I i making a contribution, they may still considers
Tuesday night by a 57-32 score, j Bradford's boys have lost only one from Third Army later.I Annual Imentor High Sprhgs his i.priced houses that can be purchased -
contactme or Benny Finzer chairman home.
half winner game on their home court, and that However Col. T. K. McClane. Battalion Reports from various parts of At present he is residing with a down payment of
the northern The un't also I
capped I recently (completedits
of the March of Dimes.hBreoker I I
in Starke, and will
I stated that this town about juveniles firing continue livingi $450. He already has had several
and the two teams will meet Feb. was to P. K. Yonge. I |I Commander 0' air
annual inventory and audit. here, at least during the construction I applications
rifles birds. i from interested
20 in New Smyrna Beach for the i One of the best and truly excit- | "as one of the best inspections at windows streetlights I purchasers -
i : The valued at period of the houses, he said. he said.
ElectionIs company's Iroperty.
and ard other objects have
i the has ever had.
conference, championship. The ing games seen here was last Friday comnany
I that the local unit rates high in close $400.000., was found to be caused Chief of Police W. E
when Coach Hazelwood'sboys
game Saturday night was originalI night Quiet Affair
I scheduled for Feb. 19, but was I avenged an earlier 50-47 loss t the battalion. in good condition and on hand. Thornton to issue a warning \ Church Census Will Be.Taken. I Ithe

Bet up to the 13th so the two ,to Gainesville by turning back Tn q quiet election! at Brooker, Maj. Henry C. Lunsford. Battalion "We had to make adjustment Barents who permit their childrento

teams could meet on the 20th for Gainesville: High 48-44. LavonI Tuesday all unopposed candidateswere Executive: Officer, commented !documents on only $30 worth of, have guns. !' At a meeting of the Starke Airpark Baptist First Bap-

the championship.The i I Lewis was the shining star In this e'ected' as! follows: that: "We have had threeof property, and I think that is an II The law says that no child may I Ministerial Association Monday, 1 i[ tist, First Christian. St. Mark's

game should draw a lot of close game, with 18 points, 11 of Mavor. Hewlett S. Anderson: our units inspected this year I excellent showing." said CWO 'ire such rifle unless accompanied 'plans were made for the annual Episcopal First Methodist, First

interest as New Smyrna whippedthe them coming in the last quarter Aldrn-an., Doyle E. Hazen. and j and I believe the Starke unit was I Albert L. Crosby Jr.. unit administrator bv his parent the Chief said. I religious survey to be taken by.,, Presbyterian, Gospel Tabernacle,

locals 33-35 before Christmas i when they were really needed. Ar- L. A Mott-: Clerk Dav.ctV Green- [better than the other two. I am | "It is evident that Therefore, the parent is directly i I teams from each cooperatingchurch anti the Church of God.

down there. Coach Hazelwood' (Continued on page ten) o and Marshall J. W. Thomas.'When'. I confident it will receive an ex- ,, $$400000 worth of property requires -I -"Donsible] in such cases. The I[ on Sunday afternoon, Feb. ., The survey committee consists
-ellent rating." much attention and close,I rfhief said that if this practice is 21. Assignments were made, and of Rev. T. G. Mitchell and Rev.

Chitty New C. O. |supervision, and we feel that when "nntmued. hIs department be each church is asked to complete|L. D. Hain 9. Members of the

I Lt. Randall F. Chitty assumed we have only $30 worth of adjustments 'orced to make arrests. its survey before turning in cards. .several churches are asked to cooperate -

Remembers command of the company on Jan- I to make, we are in i I' This survey is an annual pro- in taking this survey. and

uarv 21. relieving Capt. Hugh B good shape." Recent BirthIr. ject of the ministerial group, and citizens of the city are asked to

By Alice :McGaney I mi! i i t the big day it was for St especial attention will be paid to: receive these visitors graciously.
> ..atine when President Cleve- and Mrs. Joe Gumber an- I reaching those who are within the, Information received will be
One of the few people who remembers i i" me for a visit. "They ereo Red Cross QuotaSetAt$2M5 :Berries Unhurt lounce the birth of a son on I. newly-added sections of the city. turned over to the church which

Bradford oountin 'the old da 's" is Alanson M Blan- '>, ". to drive : 'fnt's Hospital Jacksonville agreed to help in the census are ence.
carriage I
ehard. Now Mr. Elam-haid is confined $ ]By Cold SnapBradford I
'nugh.'!!i '> My pay for that day was

memory to is a vivid wheettchaubut and 91 vears has his p.-4_t S3; .n-tead of the standard $2." They Laughed When He Sat Down To The Easel I

( Later Mr. Blanchard moved !
not dulled his keen wit.. He says his Jerry O. Gay. chairman of Brad- i> County's promising-

that his health is excellent and Jt9 unulback to Bradford County ford County Chapter. American, ]looking strawberry crop came I You'd probably expect to find '..* -

credits that to the good care given _WtL inn tnis time settled in Lawteyif i io Red Cross, said yesterday that he 0 through the threat of cold weather im-ups on the walls of a Gl -
him bv his son. Robert A and his !'t' they have remained He was J J'I. has been advised from Washington lunnsr the past week with little\ '>ill t'1.Eut. i-r : i

daughter: Miss Enza. with whomhe %\f -4 ..w a builder and contractor I j that the national campaign goal, loss of bloom and ripening fruit. I not so Quonset Hut No. F -

lives They have occupied their \\,1''n Lawtey decided to build a :! in 1954 will be $85,000.000 !I Some exposed bloom fell victimto 12 at Hq. & Hq. Co., 489th T. Port
b> ,.1 k school Mr. Elanchard'
house
present home since 1900. Gay said the announcement :, heavy frosts last Friday morning -\ *3n., Yokohama Japan. It Is
In November of 1330 Alanson 'i" -. rd .the old school to its pres- |I came from E. Roland Harriman when the mercury dropped toa adorned with original paintings

a lad of 17, arrived in Starke with nr 'I i t. where it is now the City!i National ARC Chairman. and was \ low of 32.3 degrees. Little frost created by a 46-year-old master

his parents and brother. They 4He; said they used rollers directed to the 3,700 chapter chair- was seen early this week and sergeant who never lifted a paint

had travelled from Woodstock I oin and tackle and a team of j i jnorv men throu htout the United States, II damage is regarded as negligible brush until six months ago.

Vermont to New York then by I ..s The Methodist Church i its possessions, and territories. up to date.Market The budding artist is Jim Mos-
I !'- mother building that he help-1!1 The Red Cross annual fund
ship to Jacksonville and finally I ('r, a veteran of 16 years in the
M. R. Judd said
to Starke on theFernandma and i eo mk on and not only did he! campaign is held each March to manager Army. whose wife Gallic Strick-
I that around 200 crates of berriesare
Cedar Keys Railroad They had p.Hiit!! the bell but was the first to meet its extensive responsibilities | land Moser, resides at Kingsley
expected at the market today
planned to settle in Hampton but "mj; ,t i:for humanitarian service at home | Lake.
Friday) and at least one out of
friends who had preceded them v ,me time later Mr. Blanchard ;, 'nd abroad. I
town buyer is expected to be on Jim mas completed eight paint-
here persuaded them to make their "Tbi* will be a campaign for
A Hir mto the fruit brokeragejusiiu's.
"I've always -
hand for the first big day. ngs in his brief career.
home at Kingsley Lake. .. Strawberries were a big ,both members and funds". Mr. i had an idea I wanted to
;
During the past week the
"At that time," Mi Blanchard mxirtess in Lawtey then; as many Harriman's message said "and i ,aint." he says "but never got
market has handled a total of 290
states. "Kingsley Lake was surrounded :- 13 carloads of berries were i we hope to make every American !( in around to it. One day I was fool-
crates
by orange groves In .t. M. RLANCIIARD, who was 91. -.lapped from the Lawtey platform i* ranging price from a around with brush I
realize that through his member- 'low of $840 to a high of $11.05 ng a paint
'95 the trees on the north side ot '.'""lrS old on January 25. lu many -">me days. at the office here and decided to
he in Red Receipts for the week's movement t
ship participates every : I
the lake froze out and the next | fond memories of the early day 1 There are four other Blanchard 1.totaled $2,723.85.Hea'iest "o out and buy some paints and J
year the trees on the south shore In Lantt'I -\. children besides the two at home i, Cross activity just as surely as if' materials and see what I could I

went If you walked into town I I Miss Arthurine Blanchard lives','he had extended a helping) hand day to date was Tues- io." M. SGT. JIM MOSER, who never lifted a paintbrush

soil had to take your shoes off and McCloud of :Melrose they moved I ''n Jacksonville Mrs. John B. Dye'|himself. I j lay when 127 crates were offered. His first attempt was a water before sis months ago, proudly displays his !

wade a couple of streams". he to St. Augustine and theie found !I in Ft. Lauderdale and Kingsley "This year our goal, in adiition: :olor, but he soon decided that own oil painting of his son. Jim, Jr. In background ,

added. "And 'f there was sicknessor I; plenty of carpenter work. H* Lake. Mrs. C. S. Bohannan and,| to securing the funds needed is to Starke Market this medium was too difficult is Sgt. Moor's oJ interpretation of Mt. Fujiyama, !

a shooting at night you wouldride j I I helned refinish the interior of the Mrs. M. W. White live in Miami |'enroll 30.000,000 active Red Cross Group To MeetThe without formal training, so he took'o Japan.. U. S. \rrny photograph. !
in on horseback to find a cathedral when that historic building There are seven grandchildren and oils.

doctor. It was hard to get a doctor I I was gutted by fire put a roof eight great-grandchildren. members who will exercise their Advisory Committee of the He has created two imaginary ,

in those days." on the old slave market at Ft. "The truth has always kept me ;'orivelege, of .helping direct Red State Farmers Market win meet landscapes of Mt. Fujiyama and, easel opens his paints and begins :! technique. Some day his work will

Mr. Blanchard and his father, Marion and worked on both of the out of trouble" declared Mr. Blan- : Cross work and assist volunteer toni?ht (Friday) at 8:30 o'clock two autumn scenes taken from | to work slowly.'Sometirnes j I I Ii '; grace his home near Starke, he
he sits for half an'
James C.. did carpenter work elegant Flagler hotels the Ponce i chard. "One time a man borrowed !workers". I at the market. color photographs. His masterpiece i; says.Asked
getting their lumber from Temple'sMill de Leon 'and the Alcazar. Severalof 1. Winchester rifle and used it I Bradford this Market Manager M. R. Judd to date, however is a large :|i hour, just looking at the picture ;i',i if he had considered try-

one and one-half miles northof us, he recalled, immediately to shoot someone. I told the truth County's quota for I has requested a full attendanceat oil of his s.>n. Jim. Jr., who is in I he is doing," one of his bunkmatessaid. ing to's 'i1 his paintings, Jim com

Starke. It was a proud day for!("rushed to the Ponce de Leon one !i about it and had no trouble. I I Ii year is 2545. slightly lower than this meeting since important 'he Navy. I mented. "I don't know if they're

young Mansoq uJ>en he was paid : night, thinking she was on fire. It i believe," he added. "that education: last year's $2,7S3. "Let's all pitch matters concerning the forthcoming Quonset Hut No. 32 is Moser's Jim plans to continue with his any good. But after all look at

$1.00 per day-a mans wage. I I,was the new electric lights the : is responsible for people being''in., and go over the top in record I i shipping season will te considered studio. In the evening, after his''I hobby and hopes to obtain some|Grandma Moses. She did all right

When Alanson married Anna first we had evei seen". He also more law abiding." i, time", said Chairman Gay. i I at this time. day's work is done, he sets up an formal instruction to improve his i after. a late start."









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TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY L. Wainwright family included Mr. I for adults and 50c! far children. r have not been assigned yet The

BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS and Mrs. Doc Wainwright and Grades 7 to 12 must have adult I students are really thrilled over

SERVICE MEN LAWTEY children of Jacksonville and Rev. tickets The date :s Thursday, them as they will help a great

COUNTY EDITOR and Mrs. J. Lingerfelt of Middle- Feb. 25. Time 6 to 9 p. m. I deal in the book situation

burg. Rev. Lingerfelt is pastor of All you could hear around BUS The Home EC
VIEWPOINT Ly L. U. Futdi I I girls enjoyed
TELEGRAPH PUBLISHER the Heiltronn Baptist Church. last week was "we're going to I having Mr. Trawick as then

ALA AAAAAA ALA AL A AAAAA AL II I The H. C. Kelleys were in the Fair!" The FHA and FFA at-
I 'speaker this year. He spoke on the
THE SAME MASTHEAD Gainesville having taken tended Saturday. Programs and
Sunday
CONTINUOUSLY UNDER
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED Pvt. Kenneth Green son of Mrs. After an extended furlough \\ exhibits were enjoyed by all the I city's health and sanitation department -
II their son David, back to resume
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under I Pearley Green, Rt. 2, Starke recently his parents,, Jack Mr. and left Mrs. T. L.I his work at the University on students, their advisers and I and pointed out that
Wainwright on Tuesday
the Act of March 3, 1879. : arrived in Korea for duty Monday.Mr. mothers of FHA girls. Sandra.these services are for the benefitof
with the First morning for an army base in New
Corps. A memberf Chambers did an excellent job as
and Mrs. George W. RobertsJr. everyone in Bradford County.
Jersey from whence he expects to
Co. B of the 51st I
MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Signal Bn., our hostess.
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION embark for foreign service in the of Savannah Ga., formerly of Members of the Science Club
Green: entered the
last i
Army May Hats !
off this week to the Band.
the birth of
\ al I
announce
Lawtey
near future.
and was formerly stationed at held a meeting this week to fin
WHERE IS FLORIDA ON THE LIST? amp Gordon, Ga. Jack Brassell left lasttweek for son in a Savannah 9. ho pital Tuesday ,They, drills surely, and do more deserve practice it. Practice has- ish up their fingerprintIng. Every

the Navy Base at Dalgren, Va. February I been for member of the class has been
going on in preparation
Last week the lower house of Congress voted 329 to 36 to set up an Air Force acade-\\ after an extended furlough herewith Mrs. Lorie K. Tomlinson of Lake! Gasparilla. As some of :you may fingerprinted and the prints all
his Mrs. Brassell, and Butler entertained in the home of sent to D. C.
wife. for
much to on it, or Washington
how spend
(West Point of the Air) but did not decide know. it is the Governor's "officialband"
my i their small daughter, Peggy Lee. Mrs H. C. Kelley Tuesday night beautiful filing. Plans were also discussed
has
and now a
location would be.
Flo-i :Mrs. Louis H. Hill spent from I with a "Tupperware" party. A for an educational club tnp.I .
disconcerting to all thoughtfulridians banner designating it as such. The
have been
It must Friday to Sunday at her home pleasant evening was enjoyed by I I -SUSIEEstPrbrook
learn that Florida is not being mentioned among I I I entire school is very proud of our
to
II here returning to Ft. Myers Sun- those in attendance. At the closeof band. I
The new policyReading the list of seven possible sites that the Washington "grape-I I day where she is teaching. I the demonstration delicious refreshments i _
dd't: the
Surely hope you miss
vine" alleges are the favored few being given serious conj j I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells and wrere served. '!, Future Business Lead j,...s"S.. Fac- fountain pen Desk

account of the sideration. These are (unofficially) Randolph AFB Texas ; I j I daughters Mary Ann and Nina I On Monday afternoon of this !i ulty basketball game last week. Set. Only $3 at Bradford County

opening bestiion,; of the Big Grayson County Texas ; Grapevine, Texas; Charlotte, N. C. ; ; and Mrs. Effie Miner were in week Mrs. H. E. Priest entertained! The men teachers won over the Telegraph.How.

Four conference in Berlin most Madison. Ind ; Mary ville, Calif. ; and Colorado Springs, Colo. | I I Tampa Saturday attending the with a birthday party honoringher I boys, while the girls beat the

of us had that old feeling of Florida apparently, isn't even (as of now) an also-ran. I .. I I! Florida State Fair. daughter, Lorraine. Outdoor I lady teachers. All teachers playing .

"this U where I came in." A brief editorial published in the Telegraph recently Robert A. IBo( oyi Wiggins, son I Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Markhamand I Ii games were played, after which ; in the game were treated af- I To RelieveBronehtis

Soviet Foreign Premier MolJtov suggesting that the Defense Department might do worse I of Mr. and Mrs One Wiggins of.i children, Danny; Rowe and I II refreshments were served. A number *jrwards b-the club I
violent denunciation Starke, will c his boot of the mothers assisted Mrs. i f out calendar for
made hi:> usual reservation for the new .plete : Donna Rae of Gainesville spent I Get your a
Blanding
of the West, and parti- than consider the vast Camp members of the training at the U. S. Naval Tng. i I the weekend with Mrs. Markham'sjparents : Priest in caring for the children. date now. The annual Valentine i

cularly the Unitwl States. He Air Academy brought quick response: from ,Station, San D.ego, Calif. on Feb.I(I Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Star The honoree received many nice Dance will be held in the USO this I

then demanded that Communist Florida delegation in Congress. 24. He will arrive home on the I and entertaining gifts and the Saturday night. Anyone can come: Creomulslon relieves promptly because

and invitedto 28th for a 15-day leave, after I ling.Mrs. children were given favors in-'25c drag, 35c stag. Festivities be- it goes into the bronchial system to
China be recognized Mrs.
wrote and
Representative Billy Matthews : George Lastinger I : help loosen and expel germ laden
valentine candies balloons,
which he will receive his as- cluding at 9 o'clock right after the
the conference, thus makingit "I read with a great deal of interest jour editorial new Alice Austin and family of Day- : gin i i phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
:signment for duty. and other toys. Lorraine was basketball game. Miss, Sweetheartwill heal tender, inflamed bronchial
a Big Five matter despitethe about the possibility of an Air Academy on the tona Beach were weekend guests I I : raw
eight old that day and herguests the Guaranteed
rears be crowned dunng evening i membranes. to please you
fact that the Berlin meetIng i is underg tand- of their sisters Mrs. Hattie Dar-
It
reservation. my to 1 Creomulsioa has
Camp Blanding are all looking forward Purpose is to raise money or money refunded.
had been called primarilyto ley and Miss Sinia Prescott. stood the of millions of users.
that the site will be left up to the DefenseDepartment. Earl F. Gottberg, son of Harry I next year when the time comes for the Student Council test
deal with German unification. Misses Delynne Crews, Helen I
"
I will surely be in there pitching. Gottberg of Kingsley Lake was arounS for another party. The new lockers have arrived i CREOMUIfSIONft6nt
This, of course, is an established Hicks, and Connie Harley were
recently promoted to corporal and been set up in the halls, but $ Cwfta. Oed C.Us, Acute tr.r.WtiI
Soviet technique in all .Charlie Bennett said: in members of the Future Home i ..._._. ___._--___ I
Representative while serving Korea with the
diplomatic dealing to divert, "Billy Matthews and I have talked about thepossibility 7th Infantry Division. He arrivedin Makers group that attended the \ .14..,__
in the irrelevant, to Florida State Fair in Tampa last 'j't'
to bring of securing the Air Academy for the Korea last May and is a reconnaissance -

stall, and to denounce.endless tliscussions That is Blanding an-a. As you know, a survey team sometime I car commander with Hq.:'' Saturday.:Misses Judy. Betty, and Frankie j{ I \ From where I sit ...ly Joe Marsh
almost
why ago made a complete study of many sites & Service Co. of the 73rd Tank Wainwright of Jacksonville at- I i -i?
hate producedpractically
and meetings nothing in the way throughout the U. S., including Blanding. This Bn. Before entering the Army in tended Sunday School at the Methodist -1"-----------.:. ,: -..j
Oct. 1952 he was employed as anelectrician's 1 I I ;
the hands of the Secretaryof I \
information is in last
to U. S. now Church Sunday. Rend in the Telegraph last
of retoults.crording i .
News i World Report, the in- the Air Force, and he told me that if the legislation and Lake helper Erie with Railroad the Pittsburgh in- I Mrs. Nellie Osteen and daughter ,..:eek where a local organization Wish I'd Said That

credible total of 120,000,000 now before Congress passes he expects too Campbell, Ohio. Mrs. Louise Smith, of Tampa \had requested that a certain book

words enough to fill 680 big put all of this information into the hands of the were guests of Mrs. Osteen's sister be bam m Bradford County ; ,
I Mrs. V. R. Reddish from Sun- schools. Your became'I -
reporter
books. have been spoken in committee which he will appoint to select the You !..nows Perkins.! Well swered, "I do. But I don't have I
day to Tuesday. :Mrs. Reddish who curious and tried to find a copyof
formal negotiations with the site. Therefore, Camp Blanding will be before she's been driving her time teach "
at this own car to you now.
has been sick is improved the book in question. The library -
Communists in the last eight the board in this manner. You can count on it writing. and the high school book around our town for a little more From where I sit it's not always -

years. The magazine add wryly that Billy and I will do everything that we can than 30 ).t:3I". have
Miss Jo Nell Norman of High- room failed me. Sir. Deitz, the easy to a good answer
"The one tangible result: a to see that the .\Academy is placed in onr land has accepted employment at high school book chairman, said: The other day she had a bit of ready when you need it But when

truce in Korea that the Communists vicinity and that the whole Florida delegation is the Darley restaurant where she "We have none," nor, according to trouble parking down on Main somebody insists that I vote for

considered to be a doing everything it can to see that it is at least t" assists in serving during the lunch his records ever had had. The Street Didn't quite make it the his candidate for instance or

victory." placed in Florida." hour.Mr. librarian Miss Newman, gave the first try, so she puJed out to choose tea instead of a temperate

Why do we go on talking 'Pr, Vis and Mrs. George W. Roberts same answer no copies. Thenwe start over when a fellow waitingto glass of beer with dinner, I know

One reason is that words are Senator Spessard L. Holland wrote: spent Sunday afternoon in St. called Mrs. Epperson in the pass started tootirg his horn the answer. It's all a matter of ,

better than bullets; conferences, "The proposed legislation would set up a civilian 8 George, Ga. with his brother, Lon- I County Superintendent's office impatiently. personal preference. and none

no matter how unproduclh.e.are board to select a location for the Academy. In nie Roberts and family. I and found that the county had no On the second try she was still of us like "backseat driving"from
better than wars; and thereIs Mrs. H. C. Wainwright came Guess the school anybody.
I maybe little
discussing your communication with AF officials Pvt. Roy Griffis is now serving copies. having a difficulty and so
always the hope far-fetched home from Jacksonville on Tues- I officials must do things
I was told that suggested sites for the academyare in Pusan. He entered the Army in many this smart aleck hollered, "Lady
an it may be, that this time or being compiled in a special file. This will be June 1953 and took basic trainingat day after having undergone sur- they don't get credit for. do you know how to drivt?""Yes )
next time there will be something gery in St. Vincent Hospital. She I Coming up in the near young man," Miss Perkins G'i
turned over to the site board as soon a> it is set Ft. Jackson S C. He is in the future I an-
resembling a meeting of 48th Transportation TruckCo. is recuperating nicely. is the Senior Fish Fry. I i
up. I have forwarded your editorial suggesting Heavy | dinner of the T. the at
minds. Sunday guests are being sold by class $1
; Copyright,194, United Slate Brewers Foundation
Another and more immediately Camp Blanding to the Air Force with the request I

cogent reason! may be that that it be placed in this file and the advice thatI J

talking both in Berlin and stand ready to give or secure information on any I 1 I I Pfc. Anthony R. Johnson Jr.,

elsewhere is giving our top Florida location." son of Mr. and Mrs A. R. John- .

diplomats a chance to make I I son of Starke was recently homeon ,
clearer a new American foreign It is known that the Air Force has been planning for leave and then went to Rich

policy. ten years to set up its own service academy, but until re- I mond. Va. He is now stationed inVassincourt. I n

The best exposition of that cently it thought that Congress would have to pick the site. France. His address _.
policy can be found in Secretary The conflicting claims of some 300 ''hopeful communities is: Pfc. Anthony R. Johnson Jr., I

Dulles' recent speech be- stalemated Congress so long that this year a new approachis US53142312, Co. A, 97th Engr. . . . . .s. '. t

fore the Council of Foreign Relations. being tried. Bn. Const., APO 216-3, care PM,

In it, he announced The bill already passed by the House authorizes the Air New York, N. Y. I '
the former
drastic in
a change Force secretary to select the site for a permanent academy.It I Iprc. .
which was based upon .
local policy defensive power as a defense would let him buy the land (the Government already owns Levy E. Norman, whose i weeks i

against Communist aggression much of Blanding), and would permit him to select a site wife. Margaret, and parents Mr. wy i.

and which, therefore, to set up a temporary academy. Air Force planners say and Mrs. H. L. Norman, live on

often gave Communism the inItiative it will take several years to build the kind of school they Rt. 2, Starke, recently arrived in .

"Local defense must be want, but if all goes well they hope to organize the first Germany for duty with the 43rd

reinforced by the further deterrent class in 1955. Inf. Div. Norman entered the
Army in January 1953 and com-
of massive retaliatory Air Secretary Talbott recently told the House armed pleted basic training at Ft. Eus-

power," he said know"A pott'otialaggrf'Mr that he services committee that he hopes to pick the permanent Air tis, Va. He is now serving as a with Double Pay !

must prescribe the Academy site by July of this year, if the bill passes the field wireman in the 102nd! Regiment -

cannot battle conditions always that suit him Senate. If given the authority, he will name a new committeeto .

review the previous committee's recommendations, and
The way to deter aggres- -- L Li
listen to new suggestions.
sion is for the free community .

to be willing and able to respond As stated above, Florida isn't on the previous committee's I

vigorously at places and favored list according to grapevine reports. It is hard to [

with means of its own choosing. understand why locations such as North Carolina. Indiana and the use of an Elegant New 54 Dodge !

added a sharp
Mr. Dulles and Colorado should be favored over our own "Sunshine :

and specific warning that if State" where the number of possible hours of flying time I !?
Korean I
Communism starts the per year would outrank even Texas and California. One can .... .0't"f Iv4,\
,
". the l.'nitl"d8- \ _
war anew. ..
nly-conclude that the previous committee's recommendationsmust I ,
would not nt't't''isarUy tiLPfc. .
tions response have been colored considerations ; I!
by political rather :
'
be confined to Korea". l 40 Grand Prizes:
The Secretary spokr, naturally than being made strictly. upon the merits of the various "'W 4.0p y
-
in the carefull-phrased1 suggested sites. .1 f\ TO CELEBRATE 40 YEARS OF DODGE
.
Morris L. Nazworth, son of
language of diplomacy. But Although no definite costs have been announced. it is Mrs. Ena Nazworth of Hampton ---r.------: DEPENDABILITY!

there should be no confusion considered that the new academy will run close to $175,000000 ,- recently arrived in Germany wherehe ; (A GRAND PRIZE A DAY FOR 40 DAYS)

1M to What this policy in.ohl"l.Da.ld to build and will spend from fifteen to twenty million is serving as a supply specialist A Y. a

Lawrence descrilsl it dollars annually.In with Co. B of the 701st Ord- R { ,,,r' 2 weeks' vacation for two anywhere in the

well, in these words: "Here view of the magnitude of this project it is surprisingthat nance En. He entered the Army U.S.A.!
All e paid-meals, hotels, resorts,
after when there is a war, the penses
last :May and was stationed at Ft
it with Florida interests (excluding Congressmen) are doingso air or train transportation! I''
United States will fight/ Jackson. S. C. before -
no holds little to capture this prize of prizes. We do believe hat going overseas New 54 Dodge at your disposal for the
maximum power His wife, Georgia Ann \livs
be ban one community in South Florida has made some gesture of two weeks!
There will no
barred. at 219 Edgewood Ave., Jacktnville. -
on the use of the atom bomb interest. but outside of that the State's various Chambers of : Dodge doubles your pay for the two weeks

and no ban on the hydrogen Commerce seem to have been strangely silent. Apparentlythey you're away!

bomb Soviet Russia I is put must feel that the "plum" is going to Texas or California rTYYYTYYYYYYTYYYYTTTYTYTlHEILBRONN if Ai additional $500 "fun money" to spend

on direct notice that, so far as anyway, *o what's the use of trying? Even the Jacksonville 1 aw, c.. ) r ave you please!

the United States is concerned Chamber of (Commerce. as far as we know. hasn't cheeped : ( PIUS. .

military attack will be resisted although that city would benefit far than
any more any other. ,s JOOO cash 25
prizes a day
and without from
Instantly locating the Academy at Blanding. Bj Mrs Ancel Xorman i i
There to be FI
reservation. are
< This seems a strangely defeatist attitude for a state thatis

no 'privileged sanctuaries' anywhere usually on the ball when it comes to going after things. 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi i I .

on the territory of tht"I I One writer has referred to the Air Force Miss Dorothy Ross Home Demonstration ,I
Academy "one
as 40th All-America
ieiuy." An epochal change: has of the biggest political plums the Eisenhower administrationcan Agent met with the)I i' Dodge Anniversary Contest!

been made in our historic bestow". 4-H girls Friday evening. A demonstration -

strategy In war." Whether Florida is in line for Eisenhower on preparing a dish I We have a lot to celebrate-and you're going to The celebration is starting right now at every
that
"plums"we
This Is the new position any with the use of dried milk was
the United States is now tryingto do not know. We do know however that no state would given. Recipes were distributed celebrate it with us! Dodge dealership throughout the country-a con "

explain! to the entire world. have a better chance if the site were selected strictly on its to the girls. We're: celebrating the 40 great years of Dodge in test a day for 40 days with 40 grand prizes!
merits.
Guests last week of the G. L. America 40 of growth and development F
years You can be the winner of 2 weeks away with 1
Sapps were Ben Harvey of High-
*YYY YYTTT Y Y YYYYYTTYYYYYY week again seemed she had almost Mr. and Mrs. W D. Jones spent land and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny and success. double pay-a wonderful expenses-paid vacation ;

forgotten us, but she said she has Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett and family of Lawtey. We're celebrating the greatest Dodge car in 40 for two anywhere in the .A-with a brand new :
been working quite a bit when Lang The Jones' and Grace
LONG BRANCH she found time she came over to called on Pearl Mosley also Lang on Mr .and Mr Mrs. O. Culver andgut'sts. great Dodge years-the record-breaking, history40th Anniversary 7 i Dodge at your disposal ;
and :Mrs. Vincent of '
I see us. she has also helped us with Ada Godwin Sunday afternoon. making new 54 Dodge.We're .
kj Mrs. J. L Strickland | Detroit Mich., visited the Ancel
i the items this week. We
news for Mr and Mrs. Ernest Shafer are
and Jimmy Lang I ay "Thanks, Lottie1"! the proud parents of a daughter Normans Friday. This is the Vin- celebrating the Dodge victory over ail NEWS FLASI from Indianapolis! ;.
cents first trip to Florida.It '
eights In the Mobilgas Economy Run the
Elgin Lang. Lee and Minnie born Jan. 10. Ernest
is in
Japan
W AAAAL A LAAA V J
UAAUTA should N. !
not be hard for T.
I Moore went fishing last week, and will be for another year so 196 official American records for performance More honors for America's most exciting new carl
i Norman to raise the prized ton
We are glad much to report that from PearlMosley her seems the fish were not biting;his daughter will be a big girl litter of pigs.. Seems that Sunday I I stamina and endurance that this new '54 Dodge The dashing '54 Dodge V-8 has been selected as the
is improved j
'II I very good. before he sees her. shattered the Bonneville Salt Flats. Official Pace Car for the
burn hope she will soon be morning his White Chester sow on Indianapolis 500-Mile Race I IIt's
we : Mr. and Mrs Baily Lang and I We are having some cold weather I .
t farrowed a litter of 18. Fourteen
cellWe i i j two daughters, Mildred and Helen, again that has put us all by the survived. Fun It's Easy to Enter! See Your Dodge Dealer Right Away!
also learned that Ada Godwin I caned on relatives at Clay Hill
is much better than at our last week Mrs. Lang and the fire.The church yard Ebenezer Mr. and Mrs. Murray Carrollof .1 Y ur friendly! Dodge-Plymouth Dealer Brings You-Danny Thomas, ABC-TV. Bert Parks in "Break lie Bank," ABC-TV. Roy Rogers, NBC RedoMOTOR
Jacksonville visited Mr. and
last mention of her.J I(girls called on Mrs. Faye England is fenced at last and is mostly Mrs. Bobby White Sunday. They

L. Strickland has been on the for a few minutes. cleaned. Has taken a long time
also spent a short time with the
sck list for a few days, has avery I I Dub England was in Jacksonville to get this done, not many to work Ancel Normans. HARDY BROTHERS CO.

deep chest cold, was so hoarsehe I last Friday on business. He and too they were uncertain just

could scarcely talk, but is much 1 I and J. L. Strickland were at Max-I where the line is, therefore did sing will be at Ebenezer church

improved &t this writing. ,YUle! Saturday. also Dub and Mrs. not know where to put the fence. next Sunday at 2:30. Everyone is 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE. FLA. PHONE 69 .

Lottie Starling called on us last Strickland were in Starke. The Black Creek Association'invited to attend. I I _







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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAEKE, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Tobacco Growers : I *YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYY. : Geo. L. Rosier Sr. I I i _L _"" "'III_ t'OIn..oWE'LL

Given Hints To i HIGHLAND : Dies In VirginiaGeorge HELP YOU

Step Up YieldA L. Rosier. Sr. of Winchester -

By Mrs. Lacy Norman Va. died Feb. 3 at New-

recent meeting at Brooker AAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAj I i ton Baker Veterans Hospital, Mar- : WITH YOUR HOMEWORKYou'll
.
resulted fas considerable interest tinburg, Va. He had been in ill !
in producing more and better to- Sunday School 9:45 a. m. each I health since November and became i

I bacco. A few items of interest I ,, Sunday. Worship service 11 a. m. i seriously ill on Wednesday. He was i

coming out of this meeting are d and 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each I admitted to Memorial Hospital in I
given below by County Agent G. y : f '
FiYH' tivrdJ.it- Wednesday at 7 p. m. Teachers Winchester and transferred Mon-
T. Huggins. j each 7 day to Newton Baker. I
I meeting Saturday p. m.
all this be already
". -Perhaps may Everyone welcome to worship with Mr. Rosier was born Dec. 3, i
in your plan, but it is good I
us. 1900 at Raiford and enlisted in the
thing to review and keep as a reminder h
said. I Mrs. J. D. Boone's daughter, Army in 1919. He served until
'J 1 the county agent
1925 with tours of duty in the
Tallahassee
Virginia, of spent
tJ 1. Prevent blue mold in plant I
Monday here. .Philippines and Siberia. On July J
bed. This la Important to produce
11, 1925 he married the former
i
plants and to prevent possibility of I Jean Converse of Jacksonville I
Miss Cora Brewer and since that
spreading blue mold to the field at spent the weekend with her father
I time they have resided in Win-
transplanting time. 'who is ill. W. wish him a speedy .
I chester, Va.
Dust or spray with Ferbam or Ii i recovery.
Mr. Rosier was employed by the
Zineb. These are the chemical Sandra Jean Padgett of Lawtey
'I Virginia Woolen Co. for many INFORMATION
names. You may purchase the ( spent Tuesday night with Virginia
I years, and more recently by the
product under some trade name. ., : Norman.
Winchester police department as be surprised at how
be many jobs
can
Directions for mixing will on I Several from around here at- a meter and street maintenance you

the container. tended the Toby Dowdy T. V. employee. He was a member of do yourself with ourEASYTOFOLLOW
Blue Mold prevention should xM | Show at Lawtey Junior High
St. John's Lutheran Church at Mt. I
rs
have already started on all plant { School last week. Williams. DIRECTIONS

beds. Treat at least twice a week II Amanda, Barbara Jean Wilkinson Surviving, besides his widow,

If it rains, repeat the application.should j MINIATURE FOREST WILL BE DISPLAYED I of Jacksonville, Alice Austin, are one son George L. Rosier, Jr., We'll Show You How To Lay A Floor Hang A Door
For example, most folks I Mrs. George Lastinger and Alonzo Va. Mrs. Stan-
,
Boyce ; a daughter Modernize A Kitchen
Panel
have treated their plant bed last :Tree growers In this vicinity will have an opportunity loon to tee the first miniature portable forestry ex- A Wall.
JUblt' ever constructed. Mounted on a trailer, the realistic display will feature midget pine trees Inch-long Austin, all of Daytona Beach, at- ley Watkins; Winchester, Va.; a
Monday following the morning power saws and even a pocket-siz mechanical tree planter. The exhibit will show local landowner how to tended church here Sunday. grandson; two aunts, Mrs. Jean Our "How-To-Do-It" service is the house.
in
Increase their woodland Income. .. on Stop
--- Honey Wilkinson of Maxville Gaskins of Starke, who reared
rain.There is a treatment for curing and ask or, if you can't come in call 45. We'll senda
him from childhood and Mrs. Lau-
,
The The first portable miniature for- 'being handled by L. D. Vining, State Museum. I conducted our church services man to look home
and
blue mold if it is necessary. I I Chessier, also of Starke and jour over give you on-the-spot
Sunday night. Our pastor is hold- ry ;
display ever constructed will field representative for Container. "It '
The estry that
is
advice
bed must be air tight. product hoped this display an uncle, James Rosier of
the area'I "Purpose of the display is to ing a revival at Bayless Hiway Lawtey.
parking
to use is Paradichlorobenzene be on display in will succeed in awakening or re-
Funeral held Feb.
services were
at Torode Chevrolet Co. all dayon show timberland owners how to the Baptist Church. terms
commonly known as PDB crystals. emphasizing stake that all 5 at 2 in the Omp Funeral Monthly On Materials
I p.m.
2 Later on, if plants become Monday, Feb. 15. increase their growth of wood citizens have in the forests of the Edwin Griffis of Fort Bragg, N. Home in Winchester with Rev. E. ,

yellow and grow slowly but havea In order to make it convenientfor I' three to four times through fire South," Malsberger said. "If wesucceed C. spent the weekend with rela- B. Smith officiating. Burial was ,

good root system and are not the public to view a realistic (protection, reforestation and pro- then all people will be tives and friends. in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery,

diseased, you can apply 3 to 5 miniature forest, the Southern :per harvesting practices," accord- careful with fire in the woods Happy birthday to Marsie' Har- Mt. Williams, Va.

pounds of nitrate of soda in 100 Pulpwood Conservation Associa- : ing to H. J. Malsberger of At- and forest owners will think dee, Feb. 5, Avie Austin, Feb. 2,

gallons of water .to each 100-yard tion constructed a series of scale- 'jlanta I general manager of the enough of their trees to have them and E. C. Harvey, Feb. 9. To Relieve STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone

bed. One or two applications at model displays, complete with sponsoring association. cut property and assure future Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson Misery of

weekly intervals should be sufficient midget pines, inch-long power I A sound system has been built I crops." of Jacksonville were visiting the I 45 Washington St. at S.A.L Depot

to restore green color and saws, and even a pocket-size mechanical into the trailer and recorded voices Jim Stone, area forester with Lacey Normans Sunday.Hal .

proper growth of plants. tree planter. Then all explain the conservation practices the association, will be on handto Edwards of Orange Park ,qL666 Starke Fla
3. The crop in the field is important the exhibits were assembled on a I shown by the exhibt. answer questions concerninglocal visited the Lacey Normans Thurs- l

Some air-borne diseasesare specially constructed trailer. _
7 -.t
The life-like diorama was designed forest problems. day. .
I LIQUID oa TA6UTJ SAKE FAST REUEf
encouraged when weeds and The local showing is sponsored .
dry crop residues are not decayed jointly by Rayoner and Container I and constructed by H. B. !

sufficiently. Depending on growth Corporation with arrangements"YYY"YYTTY"YYYYYTTYTY Wright curator of the Louisiana :i

land should be turned anywhere I
I children accompanied by Mr. Sid- !
from 6 to 12 weeks ahead of set- I
Griffis of Raiford spent the
i ney
ting plants in the field.
FARM weekend in West Palm Beach visiting j
STATE
Do not plant tobacco following !
; a brother, R. S. Griffis and i ian
lupine or ther leguminous winter I Ii.
:aunt, Mrs. Bessie Steele.
cover crops. Nematode-susceptible A4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJMr.
Weekend gurot of the L. Dur- j
crops, such as cowpeas water- \ip/a/iyourpartpv/1i4
and Mrs. MIlo Seigler and dens were a daughter-in-law, Mrs.
melons, sweet potatoes, okra and 'I
Mike and Susan
children. spent R. R. Rossiter and children Eva
tomatoes should not be followed
Sunday aftrnoon in St. Augustine and June of Jacksonville, and Mrs.
with tobacco. It is all-right to follow I
viewing the sights. Durden's sister, Mr. and Mrs. A.
oats and rye with tobacco. I
Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera spent C. Carlton of Gainesville.Mr. .
Field fumigation for preventionof
nematodes will be done by few Monday in Tampa attending the and Mrs. Harold Friemuthand

tobacco growers. We can supply Gasparilla Parade. four children of Ocala spent

information if you desire such. Tuesday luncheon guests of Mrs. Sunday with Mrs. Friemuth's par-

N. J. Davis at Graham believes it H. M. Richarde were Mrs. Carrie ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Murphy.

is mighty good insurance for his'rop. Suddath of Jacksonville, Mr. and Community Club Sleets I

< Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman State Farm Community Club

A 3-8-8 fertilizer is perhaps the Mrs F. II. Long and Mrs.
met Tuesday afternoon at the Club i
one most commonly used. Experiment S. R. Johns all of Starke. house with eleven memberspres- .tW : >' ar' a
c
station results have proved Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers and '

that a 3-8-9 or 3-8-10 might give daughters of Auburndale spent ent. After a brief business meet '
Saturday afternoon visiting Mr. ing in charge of president, Mrs. )

and Mrs. L. W. Murphy.Mr. ,L. F. Chapman, members enjoyeda
FILL.DIRTGOOD and Mrs. L. L. Griffis and good time visiting and planning I I II II Ii
future projects for the club work fa i

better results. Finance committee is tentatively
RICH
Check your fertilizer tag to see planning a St. Patricks Day dance

that there is not more than two I and tacky party to be held Satur-

TOP SOILSee per cent chlorine in the formula. day night, March 20th. Beautiful Loke1Ph

The fertilizer should contain two arrangements of dianthaus, azal-
I
per cent soluble magnesium oxide.If eas, and jonquils made the club

I you use more than 1V000 house warm and friendly. The

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Transfer Compan; the application and use part of it, Mrs. E. F. Redding served deli-

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Ellouise ThomasIs 1 David Dyal Given 'Slade Home Scene 'Presbyterian WomenTo

Honor Guest J Birthday PartyMrs. 'I Of Lovely At Home Help With Census I

I At Lovely ShowerThe
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Nate Dyal entertained Honoring NewcombsMr.
/ Circle 2 of the Presbyterian ,
I w Saturday afternoon with a birthday -'
Iy Baptist Recreation Hall
was
I Women of the Church met Tues-
and Mrs.
Foster Shi
party for her Smith
I sevenyearoldI
the scene of a lovely miscellaneous I
day evening at the home
of Mrs.
David. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre and Mr.
i shower Tuesday evening honoring I Guy Andrews.
Mooty I Miss Ellouise Thomas whose marriage I Games were played and prizes}land Mrs. T. H. Slade entertained Mrs. John Mixon, leader
at conducted -
a lovely open house from four
'I to R. Andrews were won by Lawrence Mosley
Wesley will
Phone 35Goye the business
to six meeting. Three
o'clock Sunday afternoon at
j I Jody Strickland, and Marvin Mos
be an event of early March. Hostesses women volunteered to
ley. the home of the latter on Kingsley cooperate
I for the affair were Mrs. A. with the Ministerial
lake honoring Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Assn. in con-
Sewell Weds Mr. Y I J. Thomas Sr., Mrs. S. E. Sparks, I Mrs. Dyal was assisted by Mrs. Newcomb Jr. ducting the religious census to betaken
GuissingerIn i Mrs. F. J. Shaw Mrs. Carl Rob- L. Casey and Misses Judy Casey on Feb. 21. Mrs. Jack "
I erts, Mrs. E. L. McKnight Mrs. J. IT. Annie Frances Mosley. I Artistic arrangements of seasonal Dempsey gave an interesting program -

Methodist Church CeremonyA I JH. Moncrief Mrs. O. Lt Linsin, Others present were Johnnyand flowers were used to form on "Birth of the Christian
(Mrs. J. F. Jaudon Mrs. V. V. Melanie Bradley Georgia Mae' the effective decoration.4 for the Church." \

i I Hazen and Mrs. Maxie Carter. and Judy Ann Mosley, Fran Casey, party. The refreshment table was Mrs. Andrews
served I
lovely seven o'clock candlelight -; gular arm arrangement of white I A pink and white color motif' Linda Strickland Lamarr Mosley overlaid with a handsome em- refreshments delicious
freesias and lily of the val ; I broidered and lace cloth during the social \
ceremony Saturday eveningin roses achieved and cen-
was attractively in the' Tommy Dyal, Mrs. J. D. Casey I hours.
the First Methodist Church ley with showers of white satin floral arrangements of sweet i and Mrs. A. J. Strickland. tered with a silver epergne holding

united in marriage Miss Gayle ribbon. Her only ornament was a i|peas, azaleas and camellias interspersed old-fashioned nosegays cf button I
Mr. string of pearls a gift of the chrysanthemums Business CircleThe
Sewell daughter of and Mrs. A with greenery placed at and rce es sur-

William Bryon Sewell, and Roger groom. Ii vantage points throughout the AssociationVMU rounded by ruffles of tulle. Mrs. i

Pearce Guissinger son of Mrs. Mrs. Sewell selected for herdaughter's hall. The refreshment table was Has Quarterly RallyThe i E. W. Newcomb and M-s. H. P. regular monthly meetingof
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John Adams lY rH iI Moye of Orlando of the Business Women's Circle
Guissinger and the wedding a rose lace overlaid with a lovely lace cloth I grandmother
late Mr. Guissinger of Baton full length gown with matching and centered with an artistic ar- New River Baptist WMU Mr. Newcomb. poured Coffee at was held Monday night with Mrs.

Rouge, La. Officiating at the slippers, and wore a corsage of rangement of pink camellias held its quarterly rally at Bayless the silver service. A. Russell Norman, leader pre-

double ring service was the Rev. white yellow throated iris. around a miniature bride. Three- I Highway Church on February 1. Assisting the hosts and co-hos siding. An interesting programon

Thomas G. Mitchell, church pastor. Mrs. Guissinger wore a light branched candelebra holding burning !I After the business session the tesses in caring for the IpO; ) guests "Migrates" was presented by

Arrangements of white gladioliand blue floor length dinner gown em- | pink tapers balanced the guest speaker Armand Ball state were Mrs. J. A. Griffinj, Mrs. T. Miss Delores McKnight with Miss 4
calla lilies in pedestal baskets, broidered at the neckline with terpiece. At either end of cen-I I representative, was introduced by I T. Long Mrs. J. R. WAinwright Joan Tenly Mrs. E. D. Patray and

and palms and magnolia leaves in rhinestones and pearls. She worea ; table were silver tea services.Mrs. the! president, Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Mrs. H. M. Richard Mrs. E. L. McKnight taking part. \
I After the
the chancel were highlighted by corsage of iris.Immediately E. L. McKnight greeted;;; gave a talk on "Come Clasping i meeting refreshments

lighted white tapers in cathedral following the ceremony ': ". ', 'f" ": guests at the door and presented I Children's Hands". Ensey Play Lot were served by the hostess. J
candelabra. White satin bows them to the receiving line composed -
a reception was held in the "J : i During the afternoon session Scene Of f
caught with clusters of white I I: Woman's Club. White gladioli ,{''-. .''. ,' ''s.' I of Mrs. B. T. Thomas :Mrs. I j M rs. Lex Green led in a general PartyA Methodist MenThe
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pompoms marked the family pews.A calla lilies and pompoms in pedestal .i,, .'. '. Wesley Andrews, Miss Ellouise discussion of reports. Valentine
', Thomas, Mrs. V. V. I I I party was held men of the Methodist
program of nuptial music was 1" Hazen MrsJ.
.
baskets :Jf. ,
against a backgroundof A delicious luncheon served
.
was afternoon
i Tuesday at the
.: -r ",. F. Jaudon and Mrs. Ensey Church will
rendered by Mrs. E. K. Perryman, <' .. Carl Rob- hold their Fellowship
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palms formed the effective it. the
by host church to the Play Lot. The 34 children
organist and Edward Altman *_.{'; A. << erts. Mrs. J. H. Moncrief Mrs. Ira representatives present
decorations. '" i I Supper Monday night at '; :30
::
-. of 11 societies and the enjoyed singing }
,' .. choruses and
soloist, who "Oh Perfect ;; Wilson and Mrs. Frazier Shaw
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sang : ;
The bride's table was over- '. -4 ."'" f, : several pastors who were present. watching o'clock in the recreation hall Ar-
Flannelgraph Bible
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Love" and the "Lord's Prayer". '," .r: .., were in charge of the gift tables.
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J I laid with an imported : : I stories. rangements for the
exquisite "
and
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supper
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The bride was given in marriageby t--: '"':".:JI'- '" ..::!:....,...' Pouring Russian tea were Mrs. M.
cutwork and handmade
I lace cloth F. Hazen, Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr., Valentine Party I Colorful paper hats were distributed program are in charge of Kelly
her father and chose her sister
Miss Virginia Sewell asher maid,I.centered with a four-tiered heart Mr. and Mrs. Roger P. GuissingerGreen Mrs. T. C. Chastain and Mrs. Levy i and ('andy'alentine Tyrus and Bob Turner.
shaped wedding cake. The cake Members, of the .hearts
Canova. Also assisting in servingwere Presbyterian in fancy cups were given teach 0
of honor. Matron of honor was
was embossed with bride's roses Miss Sylvia Alvarez, Miss Sunday school will be entertainedat i child at the close of the meet- OES To Meet
Mrs. Jack Rogers of Baton Rouge lily of the valley and wedding Mrs. E. L. Matthews Mrs. Baton Rouge. Mr. Guissinger Dolores McKnight Miss Lenell a Valentine party at the church .
while Mrs. D. D. Klein sister of bells and surrounded with L. D. Vining Mrs. O. L. Beasley ing.Mrs.
was graduated from X5U and at present Dodd Mrs. Jack Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. I .
the of Jacksonville and Hazen and Mrs. )j Hipple and her assistants The Order of Eastern Star will
groom nylon with Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Mrs. T. 'r. The
tulling interspersed lily is is
employed with Budman, Lavern Outlaw. party being given by the much
spend time in
Mrs. J. D. Cottrell Jr. of Eustis I of the valley. Flanking the cake Long Mrs. T. H. Slade Mrs. S. A. Murral and Smith Architects in Miss Aliese Lawson rendered Sunday school teachers. these weekly meetings preparing with the for meet Monday night at 8 o'clock in

served as bridesmaids.All were spray arrangements of Pin- Weldon. Mrs. L. A Davis, Mrs. A. Baton Rouge. piano selections during the partyhours children. the Masonic Temple ,

the bridal attendants wore occhio chrysanthemums tied with Z. Adkins, Mrs. Paul Bridges, :Miss Among the out-of-town WSCS
guests 7:30: to 9 o'clock. NoticeThe
identical of azalea pink satin ribbons. Threebranched Audrey Newman Miss Della Ros- I
gowns tiny were: Mrs. John Adams Guissing The hostesses presented Miss Dance Baptist CirclesAll
tulle over nylon net. The off-the- silver candelabra holding burn- enberg, Miss Margaret Rose Duncan er. Jasnar Franklin. Mrs. Jock I Thomas with the large platter to business: and program meeting Postponed.

shoulder necklines of the fitted ing white tapers balanced the Miss Lu Green, and Miss |, Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Glen I her china pattern as a memento ofthe of the Methodist W.S.C.S.11 The St. Baptist Circles will meet at I
tucked bodices were fashioned with table arrangement. Silver plates Florence Brown, all of Starke Nordyke all of beheld EdVl'ard's. Catholic
Baton Rouge; Alvin decoration. Monday afternoon at 3 Church Valentine the church Tuesday, Feb. 16. at 12
cap sleeves. The bouffant balla- held candies shaped as wedding Mrs. Hildabelle Bence of Jacksonville I Greene Magnolia Ark. Mrs. I Invited to attend o'clock in the church I dance i has been i ,
; this delightful sanctuary. postponed from Feb. '13 until I I noon for a covered dish luncheon
rina length nylon tulle skirts were :bells decorated with valley lilies. Mrs. Eugene Eorda of Frost- I Eloise Huckabee and Mrs. Elva affair were 250 guests.BPV Mrs. Titus Olson is in charge. March 20. I
poised over nylon net. They wore The two punch tables at either proof Mrs. Paul Miller and daughter -;Rutledge, Atlanta.Ga.; Mrs. Paul I and program. 1 1KOCH'S

tiaras of matching material in side of the room were centered Suzanne, of Leesburg, Miss i JA. Miller, Miss Suzanne Miller Members I _
their hair and carried a white with crystal bowls surroundedwith Phyllis Langford of FSU, Mrs. (James E. Cottrell and Mrs. J. D.

triangular arm bouquet of white fern interspersed with crystal Paul Shupe of Eau Gallie, and Miss i Cottrell all of Leesburg; Mr. and Attend District Phone 53

iris and stock with showers of pompoms. The bride's book table Ethel Spence of Thomasville, Ga. I Mrs. Robert M. Cottrell and Mr. Meet DRUG STORE(
At
satin ribbon. Their only orna- near the entrance of the hall helda After spending some time with !j, and Mrs. Jennings D. Cottrell Jr., Callahan Starke, 'la.

ments were single strands of five-branched silver candelabra their guests Mr. and Mrs. Guis- ::: Eustis; Mrs. Eugene Borda, and I 1
Eight members
of the Starke
WE HAVEJacksonville
pearls.Mr. entwined with fern. took short Miss SHOP HERE
singer a wedding tripto Phyllis Langford, Frostproof; BPW Club attended a District 3-4
Guissinger had Glen Nor- Mrs. Marcus Mrs. St. and Mr. and
F. Brown and Augustine Daytona Mrs. Fred Guy and chin meeting in Callahan Sunday. Miss
dyke of Baton Rouge as best man K. G. Duncan greeted guests at Beach before returning by the dren of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Della Rosenberg, as vice director AND Prices

and ushers were Alvin Green of the door. Mrs. W. B. Sewell and coast to Baton Rouge where they i Wallace Joplin, Lake City: Acting presided and introduced Mrs. Edna

Magnolia Ark., Jaspar Franklinof Mrs. J. A. Guissinger presentedthe will make their home. The bride .Governor and Mrs. Charley E'j van Acker of Miami, who spoke on I SAVE MONEY m, Compare These Prices

Batun Rouge. Robert Cottrellof guests to the receiving line traveled in a rosy red tweed suit Johns and Mr. and Mrs. W. I I the scholarship loan fund of the' ..
I
Eustis and Jim Sewell. brotherof composed of the bride and groom complimented with Navy blue ac- Riser of Tallahassee; James O. I'state federation. 'I

the bride, of Jacksonville.The 'f nd memb rs of the wedffng party cessories and deep rose 'hat. She j Sewell, Mrs. Hildabelle Bence Desta Dyal gave the president's FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

lovely bride chose for her|. Mrs. J. D. Cottrell of Leesburg wore a corsage of bride's roses I Mrs. W. A. Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. report, and a skit entitled "Twenty I SPECIALS !

wedding an exquisite gown in !and Miss Maud Sewell of Talla- and valley lilies. |John M. Chalker and Mr. and Million Women" was presented by

.antique ivory satin. The molded poosa, Ga., aunts of the bride Mrs. Guissinger is a graduate of j Mrs. Charles! Bostwick all of Jacksonville the St. Augustine Club. I 60c Groves 2.50c Tubes )
bodice featured a portrait neckline cut the bride's cake and Mrs Florida State University where I ; Miss Ethel Spence& A musical Kolynos
program was played
filled with illusion and Alencon Fred Guy kept the bride's book. she was a member of Pi Beta Phi Thomasville, Ga.; Miss Maud' during the luncheon hour by the Cold Tablets 49c Tooth Paste
lace. The voluminous skirt which Invited to assist in caring for the sorority and is now president of Sewell Tallapoosa, Ga; Miss Callahan orchestra. both 69c

fell In graceful folds swept intoa guests were: Mrs. Charley E. the alumni club in Baton Rouge. Virginia Sewell Fort Lauderdale: I I The next district meeting will .. .. .. I 6 ..., 6 6 6'"
cathedral train. Her veil of Johns, Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mrs. She will continue her work as Phillip Emmer of Miami, and Dr. be held at Jacksonville Beach orv 50c Lavoris 85c

sheerest illusion was attached to Edward Burns, Mrs. Joe E. Wilson dietitian at the student hospital and Mrs. W. E. Klein of the Jacksonville Sunday, April 25, with Mrs. Vida Mouth
a pearl tiara. She carried a trian- I Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. Lex at Louisiana State University in Naval Base. Black of Lakeland state second Wash 45c Noxzema 59c

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vice president and Mrs. Frances .6. .._ I ,...
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Buffet Supper State UDC Officers -,' $1.00
,
Thurman of Daytona as guest 35c I". :.
And Luncheon Guest Of ChapterThe speaker.The )
Double
local club in Danderine 85c
Precede NuptialsMembers was high per- Campho-Phenique 31c
W. T. Weeks Chapter, UDC centage of attendance and the __ _
met Wednesday of last week at members are hoping to win the $1.20 Dr. Caldwell's H Uuu.nl."u
of the Guissinger-Sewell Jroiz'ed'
the home of Mrs. W. B. Mundy annual award- for attendance at $2.50
wedding party were entertainedafter with Mrs. Ruby Johns as co-host- the next meeting. l
rehearsal Friday evening at axatiYL:5:5:5.c! Yeast Tablets
a lovely buffet supper in the ess. The rooms were decorated Bradford County was well re- lot of backyard thievery the past Door prizes were won by Mildred 2.07

Woman's Club. Hostesses on this with bowls and vases of lovely presented at the State Fair the counle of weeks, especially over Doyle, Ruth Broadway, Pauline 60c Dr a.ldwen's "' I II. .. InIHU_
yellow daffodils and white aza past weekend by the looks of the in the SW section of town Torode, Desta Dyal and Della $1.25"
occasion were Mrs. R. F. Demorest.Mrs. .
following list who were spotted I! Chessie Devrick had several "u n Rosenberg. Others attending were
M. F. Brown and Mrs. K. G. Laxative 50c
Duncan. leas.A short business meeting was there: C. S. Partin Tom Slade mentionables" taken from the line Margaret Miller, Madge :Middle- I !! : Creraoulsion 1.08

Charley, Ted and Jerome Johns they took a dress off the Tom ton, and Pat Lambe. .. _. .. __
presided over by the president
The bridal motif was carriedout 51.00llalev .. ... 6 .-. I I 6
in the table decorations witha Mrs. W. G. Haile and a report on Mural Gardner, Ann Parker Car- Harding line several items off 25c:
handsome arrangement of azal- the recent Confederate Tea was leen Landrum Betty and Freeman !the Chitty line and silk P.J. PTA Will Observe

eas and narcissi centering the given by Mrs. R. A. Green. Register, Marion Ho,.-e, Ji n, Hazel I,bottoms, robe and shirt off AdeCrowson's Founders Day :s M. O. 83c li c:4:4iJiL:5. 21c
and Franklin Rtch. and laide I II Ii ::
bride's table. The other individual I }frs. C. D. Walker of Winter Mary line Adelaide 6 I. : :
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Jimmy Lawson Wilna and Billy said she would be too !
only
tables held a single candle surrounded Park, vice president general of the I happy i iI j i The regular monthly meeting of 50c
with fluffs of tulle and UDC. was an honored guest at this I Dockstader Sarah Lawson, Ovid I jto leave the P.J. top on the line I,I,the Starke PTA will be held Tues- 60c

showers of white satin ribbon. meeting. She spoke briefly of the j Lewis June Conner. Kitten and I Ij for the thieves if they would re-j i I day, Feb. 16, at 7:30 p.m. in the N. R. Tablets 45c Murine 54c
During the evening Miss Gayle meetings she had attended recently -j Doyle Conner. Haro'd Hazelwood turn the shirt in exchange. I j BHS cafeteria. Dr. R. W. McCom- -

Sewell and Roger Guissinger I in Jacksonville of the chapters I Mae, Tony and No'-''ia! Gonzalez, 'I. Want to correct an error I made I|i as, director of the State Board of II I ... .. .... ... ..
whose marriage was an event of of the Youth of Confederacy. r Effie and Maxie Carter, Nita and last week the M. L. Johns, Jr. I Health Jacksonville will 15c BayereChildren's nr Philips
Saturday their Mrs. L. G. Elouise Dobbs, Bcttv Jo Starling family is buying not renting the i speak on
evening
presented Powell historian

attendants remembrance.with personal gifts of I read an interesting chapter articleon Austin Roman and Alvarez Ann Fender IlTold and Beasley family, Glenn. Mr.Searing and Mrs.house Ed-Stevens Fm sorry fi I!the"Mental School Health Child.and its Relation to Aspirin 13c 1 Milk of f Magnesia l !! 67c ;

the life of Stonewall Jackson. ,
Enjoying the affair were mem- At the close of the meeting the 'i Earl and Ann Goodman Myrtle Worthington Springs have movedinto I It is also Founder's Day and I I I' ." I I II II' ... _.. ...,__
and children Mr. Mrs. the Lucian Mrs. Lex Green will $1.25 30c
bers of the wedding party members hostesses served refreshmnts, and Haislop and Conner house I present an appropriate
of the immediate families iW. R Haislop. Lucille Lovell, corner of Broad and Center sts. I program.Executive .
and out of town guests. each mellia guest as a was favor.given a lovely ca-|Louise Ward, Guy. Dot and Linda they are certainly going ahead I, Absorbine, Jr. 98c Ex-Lax 28c

-:- e. The March meeting will be held Kay Sale, Mrs. J P. Sapp Leila j by leaps and bounds on the Margaret Board ,." ......" ,. .. ,

Mrs. L. D. Vining entertainedat with Mrs. George Roberts at her Mundy Dot and Si'lv Ann Epper- Blankenship house on N. I 2 50c Tubes Colgates 60c
a delightful bridal luncheon son Virginia and Bnb Smith, Dea Church street Mr. and Mrs The Executive Board of the

last Saturday honoring Miss home in Lawtey. Wilson R. A. Weeks Katie Wainwright Leo Hunter and' children havemoved Baptist W. M. U. meets Monday Tooth Paste both 59c Eve-Gene 54c
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Sewell at the Vining home on June Brownlpe. Mrs. Titus I into the D. E. Knight apartment night Feb. 15. at 7:30 o'clock at :! ,
West Madison street.A St. Mark's Dinner Olson, and last but not least all I on W. Madison st. Mr. the church. Mrs. R. A. Green

pink and white color scheme Set To Celebrate the BHS band mrr-bprs and ma- Hunter is operator of the fish president, presiding. COMPLETE LINES VALENTINE
was carried out in the floral ar- jorettes who I hear put on a market on S. Walnut.

rangement on the mantel, consisting Becoming A Parish magnificient shothe Gaspa- Ricky Smith celebrated his 1st SN53-219-998 Sve. Co., 13th nf. IN
Heart
of gladioli chrysanthemums I I!grilla parade. birthday on Feb. 12 Sally Ann Regt.. 8th Inf. Div., Ft. Jackson. Candy
azaleas and narcissi. The I Members of St. Mark's Episcopal Friends of Pvt T>bby Biggs Epperson who was 9 years old on S. C. know he'd appreciate PerfumeToilet '
buffet luncheon table, co'eredth I churchill have a parish dinner will be interested t.. '","ar that his e Sunday celebrated Tier birthdayVlith hearing from friends It's a J BOXED ;

a lace cloth, was graced with an Thursday evening Feb. 18, at 6:30 now stationed ir Tea and assigned a party for 10 girls on Saturday son for the George Robertses (Jr.). Sets (VI!
artistic bouquet of white pom- o'clock in the Parish House in cele- to the IT'. /1 (Korean)) afternoon there were games I born Feb. 9 in Savannah. Ga. hos- Dresser SetsCosmetics

poms and pink carnations in a silver bration of the church becoming a I I Military Advisory r. .")) as clerkin I and bingo with Anne Matthewsand 'I piton Congratulations! j 55c to $6.00
container. Guests were seated I!Parish. the ordnance pp '' "' n he exacts Harriet Goodman winning Hear that Cadets Jonathan R

at individual tables, marked with Among the guests to attend will to be ovcrsn<5 in either prizes Gary Harris celebrated Taylor Jr. and Junius M. (Butch) GREETING CARDS
I
appropriate place cards to which be Bishop Frank Julian Arch Dea Korea or Japan fl' !*" next three his 5th birthday Friday with a Smith Jr. were included in the I e

were attached pink velvet blos- Iron Fred Yerkes and the Rev. Mr. vears PFC H.--,' Davis whos theatre party and refreshments I group who received special awards

soms tied with pink velvet ribbons. I Douglas Leatherbury of Jackson- stationed in ? ,. ->-o, Japan., afterwards for 15 of his little I'for getting no demerits during the I WIDE ASSORTMENTSe Have Appropriate

Assisting Mrs. Vining in caring I ville. where he says the *". >s now 63 I friends .Marc Jackson was fall quarter at Georgia Military LARGE SELECTION NEWEST DESIGNS

for her guests were :Mrs. T. T. 1 riches deep cafe? r folks, Mr. host to several of his neighborhood I College Nice goin! In I OF ALLPOPULAR ELABORATE AND PLAIN Valentine I \Gifts

Long and Mrs. Joe Wilson. j 7th Grade 4-H and Mrs. II. K D', Saturday j boy friends Wednesday.. afternoon i. !her column this week Susie Brad- i VERSES APPROPRIATE
evening for chat I'so talkedto when he celebrated ford that members of the BRAND
cheon with the hostess and honoree a his 8th says
The 16 guests enjoying the lun- I Has DemonstrationThe hiS financee. J v "er of OrLando I birthday Charles Chambers.5 I faculty teams were "treated" by I FOR ALL For

were the maid of honor bridesmaids I I II who was t' here. ,who was 7 years old last Friday j their opponents the Future Busi- I
Mrs. W. R. Sewell, Mrs. I 7th Grade f-H Club girls I i Overheard Jnv 'en telling celebrated by giving a party in[ ness Leaders. after that battle J OXlCandies! lc to $1.00 Everyone
had their in Miss !
John Guissinger of Baton Rouge, !''Ross's office.meeting Those Tuesday attend'ng'I j'I friends about that' Force fellow ..I his 1st grade room the youngsters I roval basketball game Thursday)
La. and Mrs. W. A. Fischer of' stationed n* :: i. Kansas, received blow whistles and night of last week Wonder I -
Jacksonville. were Joan Campanello, Alice Faye i'that she gets 101".-- 'nre te1e- i'valentines as favors Janice I what they were "treated" for? I
Newman, Betty Ann Simmons, and "" ; We ha\p Registered Pharmacist on duty in order to serve best. We
t phone calls frail -ie Shaw; Vickers celebrated her 7th birthday -+Probably fallen arches aching I you can give you
Beta Phi Elizabeth Prevatt II i -Burned to hi:: semester r!; on Feb. 5 and Carol and i backs and a few other minor I Quick Z. -';ice, and eliminate any guess work as your prescriptions are checked and

Sigma I The importance of milk was dis Freshman yearn: 'r "" of F last i i ii Charles Fields celebrated their 1st 'I minor items! But the teachers I double f': irked with our Pharmacist. Bring your prescriptions to us, pay less and

Enjoys OutingThe trussed and Miss Ross said that i weekend F"'.,- TI:";S is re- i wedding anniversary on Feb. 8 really were game You gotta Igie I get th* v st. With our large volume of Prescriptions filling we buy most of our

I everyone needs it, whether they i! -oijiingr home f v lance of' See Pat McGriff back from Nassau 'em credit for that j drugs d-ro-t from the manufacturers. This way we can guarantee you new, fresh

Beta Sigma Phi Sorority I are 7 or 70 years old. i I this school year f r- 'etson: I' sporting a beautiful sun tan Hear the St Edward's Valentine j drags fir '.ss money. .

members, their husbands, and I The demonstration was on how j dad to hear tint P' Stone will E Says they like not to have dance scheduled for this Satur- i,

dates, enjoyed a social and dinnerat .i to make whipped topping using .he eble to rE"u'r* work at let him back in the country he day has been postponed until WE CO : 'IALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT"i'

Newton's Restaurant Middle- powdered milk. The girls were j xh's on M6nf'r>- -n opera looked so dark! Hear that March 20 But then there's the I
burg, last Friday night. There then served the whipped topping !: tion and several w -' recaperaSt'on James Phillips is due back homein high school Sweetheart Dance you

were 29 attending including Mrs.E. 'i en fruit cocktail for refreshments. t honsew, i* tetter: March which is why Betty Annis know, so entertainment won't bej I KOCH DRUG STORE

W. Hayes, Sponsor Mrs. Maxie The next meeting will be held ,sake caution \\ ,--- '? leave walking on clouds these days lacking So long See you
Carter Sr., Director, Mr. Hayes, Feb. 23 at 3:30: o'clock in the home'j hanging on the <,1!,-" 'iss theseiys I Here's a new one for youri I there I

and Mr. Carter. demonstration office. >:: ,* there h.- .in awful i address book: Kenneth C. Johns i -Carolyn .





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TELEGRAPH STARRK FLORIDA
COUNTY
BRADFORD
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 19M FACE Frt rJt.6J

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Mrs. I. J. Foreman and grand ,weekly issues. Bldg.. Jacksonville, Florida. .
"
of Witness my hand and official seal Attys. for Pit_ :2,12 4t 35la I f1J.:4.- {i' '.?' -' : :;: :::;;= '- ; -'i1 '! "
children. Chip and Shirley, at Starke, Florida this 10 February, : iC _::: "n-- __ _'
('1ft.It Court Bradford
Ceanty
Waycross, Ga. are spending a few I 954. Florida IB
; Chancery
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
days this week with the Dolvin Clerk of Said Court Ronald X. Shubert, Sr.. Plaintiff, vs
Irene F. Shubert, Defendant.
Foreman family.Mr. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Case No. 10-344
lach: H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Build Order Oi rnbliratlaa "ndotl.
ng Jacksonville, Fla. Te Appear: State of Florida Tot
IW THE NEWS : and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand Itty.for Plf._ 2/12 4t 35AOTKE I Irene F. Shubert, whose residenceand STARLING'SGROCERY
dinner address is: 528 Weber Road
family were Sunday
TO APPEARCIreait
\West", New Orleans Louisiana.
quests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. n Co.rt, Bradford Connt7i You are required to appear on I
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-lorldai I. Caaarerr.' March 15, 1954 in the above nam-
Horne in Hampton. They all Marline Dun tan, Plaintiff.8.. Jobs ed Court and cause, wherein plain
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell visited I Friends of 3 Mrs. B. C. Holtzen- r'un stan, Defendant.
I went to Jacksonville in the afternoon tiff seeks divorce.
the State Fair in Tampa on Thurt- dorf, Sr. wll regret to hear that I .... Caee No. 10-332 Bradford County Telegraph shall
to visit :Mr. and :Mrs. Bill iot To Appear.To
publish this Order in next four
she has been ill the past three
day. II I : John Dunstan, whose residence issues.
weekly
West and new baby son.
weeks. and address Is: Jamaica, Long
wrtnesR my hand and official
Beach i sland. New York. :seal at Starke, Florida this February AND MARKET
Ann Mills of Jacksonville
Miss Marian Davis of Orlando You are hereoy notified< Out a I 11. 1954.lOFKIClAL .
was the weekend guest of Sally Mrs. Carrie Suddath of Jackson- Butt forDi'orce SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs '
Ann ville has been the guest a few was the weekend guest of Mr. and and restoration of maiden Clerk of said Court PHONE 70 STARKE, FLA.
Epperson.Mr. Mrs. T. H. Slade. The Slades and name By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT
TO L MIT QUANTITIES
.
days this week of Mr. and Mrs.J. Gas been filed against you IB the Charles R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life <
their guest went to Waycross, Ga. .bove. named Court and cause and ,
Bldg. Jacksonville Florida. THESE
and Mrs. Alton Dobbs enter H. Ritch. PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Saturday evening to hear the you are required to serve a copy of Attys. for P1!. 2/12 4t 3/5 .
tained the Dixie Lily Quartette 'our answer or pleading to the!'
Emory at Oxford Glee Club con complaint: on the Plalntiffi
Monday evening.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Attorney William D. Morgan, ". -.'--, ',.- ,' .
IB Circuit "--- -
spent last Friday in Jacksonvilleand cert in which Tom Slade was a 507 Clark Building. Jackson- Florida IB Court Chancery.Bradford County -" -.-- '..' -,-" ._--- -. _._ ----_--___-JIOI- ,'

and :Mrs. Maxie Carter were had dinner with Mr. and Mrs.. participant.Mrs. ville, Florida Syble A. Rateman, Plaintiff vs.
.nd rile
the onrmai in toe orfico ol Robert C. Bateman. Defendant. Swift's PicnicHAMS
visiting the State Fair in Tampa Crosby H. Dawkins.Mrs. t he Clerk of the CJ'cnlt Court onr Case No. 10-343 BIG SALE
Sam Anderson returned > before tb. Order Of Publication *.... notice 'ae Lb
Sunday to Tuesday.Mr. home Wednesday after six weeks 15 day of March, 1954; Appear; State Of Florida Tot
Dave Paulk and daughters a ,Iherwise the allegations ot saidromplaint Robert C. Bateman. whose residence 39C
visit with her: and daughter- will be taken as confeBB- .
son and address is: Unknwon.You
and Mrs. Jack Haile ot I Faye and Sylvia, drove a in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson d, by you. are required to appear on COFFEE'Max.
Miami will be weekend guests of. group of FHA girls to the Tampa This notice shall &e published March 15, 1954 in the above named
and family in Narafansett, .'flue each week for four consecutive!' Court and cause wherein plaintiff I
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. Fair on Saturday.Mr. reeks In the Bradford County Telerracb seeks divorce.
Mass. She also spent four days .
Bradford County Telegraph shall
with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Burton iij Dated this 5 day of February publish this Order in next four
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and and Mrs. W. L. Huggins I 954. ,weekly issues. Jim
1 GRITS Dandy 5/fe House
New Haven, Conn. 33c tin 93c
children of Gainesville spent the and son, Mickey, of Gainesvillewere OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj I Witness my hand and official .
Clerk of the Circuit Court seal at Starke, Florida this February ,
weekend with Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Tuesday guests of Mr. and received word I 5y Marian L. Crosby, Denutv Clerk I 11, 1954.tOr'r'ICiAL .
Mrs. Huggins.Mr. Harry Tucker 2/12 4t 3/5 &EAL:; : ) Charles A Darby
George Monday of the serious illness of As Clerk of said CourtRv MEAL Cabin Home
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid was in Tam- I a The Circuit Court Of Bradforduuntf. Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk S'b 29cI Delmonte
to Tuesday and Mrs. F. F. Stricklandhave his father, John C. Tucker 93, of I Florida. In Chaoeery. Charles R Hess. 204 Guaranty Life tin 93c171aSE
from Wednesday
pa Sparta. Wis. Mrs. Harry Tucker (Georgia Marie Ledbetter, Plaintiff, BIdg., Jacksonville, Florida. _. ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe. moved from Kingsley Laketo ',S. Bob Ledbetter Defendant. Attys.: fur Plf 2/12 4t 35Dedicated ;:;-;.; ;k1t< ", :: :
took :Mr. Tucker to Sana Springs Case No. 10314Order ,! .
Lake City where Mr. Strick- Tuesday to meet his brother, L.14 Of Publication And :NoticeTo &
Get HALLMARK Valentineat land has gone into business. Appear State Of Florida Toi LbCan
your W. Tucker, who has been vacation Bob Ledbetter whose residence
)
-Bullington's Studio & Gift Shop. Mrs. Peggy Shaller flew to ing at Fort Myers. They left to- and lt.A address 6396678. is 14th: SFC Inf.Bob Regt.Ledbetter A. P. O., I CRISCO 3 79C I Ii Sanborn tin 93c

I II gether for Sparta, Wis. I '0. 25, % Postmaster San Francisco ,
Mrs. Morris Williams of Lake Nashville, Tenn. on Monday to California. ,

I City spent Wednesday with her attend the funeral of her sister, You are required to appear on3farch << i
Radar Seaman Pat Casey returned J 15, 1954 in the aboven.tm..d ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse New- Mrs. Lillian Bruce on Tuesday.Mrs. Court and cause, wherein Luzziane
to Norfolk, Va. Sunday : 85c
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradfordfounty -
some. A box I
after spending a week here with I Telegraph shall publish this NAPKINS 1Occ.a.rna
.
Frow Strickland and daugh- L.I I Order in next four weekly issues.
his Mr. and Mrs. T.
Paul Paulk of Pearson, Ga. is ters will spent the weekend in parents Witness my and and official
. Casey. Mrs. Casey remained here J seal at Starke, Florida this February -
spending this week with his uncle Jacksonville with Mrs. Strick ; S, 1954.tOFFICIAL. v COM Uin85c
I for month with her parents, Mr. I
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dave land's: parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. a SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs JUICE 23 for25'mnn
I and Mrs. G. L. Kersey, as :Mr.: Clerk of said Court 9freshwashed
I Paulk.. W. Moyer. Rv Marian L. Crosl.v. Deputy Clerk
Casey is going on a tour of sea 1 !
Hon. Charles R. lies*. 204 <;uarant> i -
for several weeks. Life Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. James Irwin of Mrs. Effie Johns spent the duty Attys. for Plf. 2/12 4t 3/5 I i Max. House bag 92c

Lewisville, Ga. were Saturday weekend in Jacksonville with her (
Mrs. J. M. Vickers and daugh- NOTICE OF PKOIttTK i ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. nephew and niece. Mr. and Mrs. In the County Judges Court. II irSSUE For

Vining. Edward. C. Smith.Gross, and Mr. and Mrs.L. ters spent, Carolyn the weekend, Janice in, and Folkston Jean,, I Estate Bradford. of Noble Count Hay. State White of Deceased. Florida- I i| J JII 3 19C 9 I If -1.-- -


Mrs. W. A. Fischer of Jackson- I I Ga. with Mrs. Vicker's parents. The Mnte of Florida To All Perlions !'; -- ---......
Interested in the Estate of
Mrs. ;
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Gowen. t.t'
ville was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. F. M. Williams and Mrs. I Enid Decedent: .
Gowen entertained at a birthday Tou are hereby notified that a'' : .
L. D. Vining from Wednesday to Leon A. Gray Jr. visited Capt. F. I written instrument purporting clothes "I BIG SALE
party on Friday afternoon for her the last Will and Testament of !' H0TICE r We Will Be i
Sunday.Mr. M. Williams Wednesday of last : Open
granddaughter Janice, who was decedent has been admitted to b"'I'I stay clean' in a I I
week at the U. S. Naval Hospital, bate in said Court.
and Mrs. Herschel Tarvin Jacksonville NAS. celebrating her seventh anniver You are hereby commanded I
in six C'alf'n"tr'monthI' from the' Thursday All Day
of Jacksonville were Sunday eve- sary.Children's date of the first publicti"n of this I Inoth -SE"DIX" Ii II

ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mrs. Louise :Moore of Kingsley I show e cause.to appear if any in you said can Court why and the I I r mm m"amayLux3For

the Group action of said Court in admittingsaid 1
Paulk. Lake had as her guests for
Will to probate should not automaticWASHER J. :
past ten days her son- "l-law and Hears Field ManThe stand unrevoked.
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. I (OFFICIAL !':F.AI.Tt"'roTl A. Yawn ,

son David, and Mrs. T. L. Casey Marron of New York. Bradford County Children's County Florida.By Judge. Bradford County, I LEO L Lb 'ashmere rriti

were sightseeing around Fernandina Methodist Betty A. Phillips. Clerk. I 11C I
Committee met in the First publication on February
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moseley of I' recreation hall Monday with Paul 1954. 2/12 4t 12'1' only bouquet C

Olive Branch, Miss. spent a few 'I of the
field representative
Hebert, In the Court of the County Judge, i
daYs l last week with their son-in- Florida Children's Commission, as I Bradford County. .Florida 1.1 229.91 #
law and daughter, Maj. and Mrs. the' Probate.In I II Ii
guest speaker. He praised re: Estate of Noble Ray IVtiite,
WE
H. H. Adams and family. local committee as being one of Deceased.To PAY fImolve

the most active in his district and la)All; Claim Creditor or and Demand Persons Against liar-,, 59c doz In Trade For EGGS
By Joe Mrs. John W. Griffin of Och- re-I I aid Estate
said that it is being frequently '
YOJI and each of"HI are hereby
locknee, Ga. and Mrs. Wm. H. model in the ,, /
ferred to as a organ- notified and required to present any
Thomson and children of Monti- I chime and demands which you, or
with ization of other committees. 'either of you maw have agaiisf the TRIPE Swift's Ige can 39c vOry.Octagon
cello spent the weekend The Transportation Committee, I I estate of Noble Ray White, deceased -
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. I late of said C unti to the ("" composed of Morten Alpren. Mrs. I tv.Judge of Bradford County. Florida 4 f.
Martha SneUeni and Rev. S. F. at h'= office in the court ho"''e I. m '
Mrs. Junius Smith and son. Bob of said County at Starke. Florida, I sp
Beard reported and asked each within eight calendar months from I II tHeart
R. A. Weeks and Mrs. Joe Wilson various I the time of the first publication of l I II Lb
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. K. member present to request this notice. Each claim or demand''' DUTY WATER NEVER DRAINS LACK I IL.ARD 19C II
organization to be responsible for I shall be in writinland shall state '
Bennett in Tampa Sunday to Tues the place of residence and post office ,. THROUGH ClEAN CLOTHES
one month's transportation during: address of the claimant and !
IN YOU IENDIX ECONOMATExclusive ,
while the Fair. '
day attending I .the claimant'
the when called upon. This shall be sworn to by .
transportation year is necessary in get- His agent claim or nr demand attorney not and so filed anvsitfh ') Woodertub forces y """ ''''-'__' '' ;'I' ,-,.:..f",;,'!: .5 '"d.'".,_ _-" ,'''' .;.;. --4,_ '
dirty water and from 1 aannn Bjn B B a !Ma Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Newcomb, up away

a 20 Mrs. H. P. Moye, Miss Joy Cooperend pitalsand ting children clinics and. others for treatment to hos- shall Olin George he void W.Charles White. Sr White.As and. the down clothes and away, out,the out top the drain-bottom GRIT Plantation lb 39c, '-

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cooperof when the family cannot provide Executors of the La t Will drain. Costs $70.00 less than :

"When they say Road Service Orlando were weekend guestsof means. I and Wh'.te.Testament deceased.of Noble Ray the average automatic. Save! BIG SALE

itf Mr. and Mrs G. S. Newcomb.Mrs. First publication February I!. See it today. I
they molly moan I 1924. %/l! 4t 3/5 MEAL Plantation 5 Ib 39cTOOES32S9

R. J. Davis, Mrs. Ruby Everett Wasdin I ONLY CampbellsCream
.
|Iia Cir.-nll ('our' Bradford County, i
We give the best road serv- Miller and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dies In GeorgiaFuneral I Florida; In Chancery. SOUPS
John Petrella. Plaintiff. Mariana !
ice. If it's on wheels, wemove Smith Jr. and son, Larry, were DOrio Giovanni Petrella. $10 DELIVERS

visiting friends here on Sundayand services were held Saturday Case No. 70-333
Order of Publication and 'Notice To
also visited the senior Smiths. in Savannah. Ga. for Everett Appears State of Florida To I !
it.Warren's Wasdin former Jacksonville resident Mariana DOrio Giovanni Petrella. I ChicltenChicken
whose residence and address is: 907
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wood and and Seaboard Air Line Rail Chalkston Avenue Providence,
I Rhode Island. WINKLER
Miss Elizabeth Buckley of Sara- road employe, who died Thursday. You are required to appear on i ?a *

Shell nac Lake, N. Y. are spending the Feb. 4, while on duty after suf- March 15, 1954, in the above nam- ;lI GumboChicken
Super i ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
winter in an apartment in the S. fering a heart attack at Kingsland, i seeks divorce.

R. Johns house on Washingtonstreet. Ga.Mr. publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph in next shall four Electric Service i iI I RAZOR BLADES 3pkg23c

Tires Wasdin lived in Jacksonville weekly issues. Rice

BatteriesWashing before moving to Savannah 11 Witness my rand and official 224 N. Ave. j
seal at Starke, Florida, this 11 February Temple
He native of I COCA COLA ctn
Lubrication years ago. was a 1954.OFFI'lA1.SE.11.t 21c
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis had
I ( ) Charles A. Darby Phone Fla.
166 Starke
Waldo.
.1
: ,
qq their guest Wednesday and I A" Clerk nf said Court i Chicken Noodle
Phone 385 Madison & Monroe Surviving are his wife, Mrs. !IBv, Marian L. i'n, .-!bc Deputy Clerk I, fi"
1"kUrqlj"y of last week Mrs. : ( harl."- Tl H,'" -'"4 Guaranty; lif I II
Mable Wasdin and a daughter
""I'de D. Walker of Winter Park. I I

lest Vice-President General of Arwyn, both of Savannah; his v r Ht &' Long GrainRICE Beef DoodleYege.
parents, and a brother. Eddie 1 1IIRE
the U.D.C. I Lbs
R I Wasdin, of Waldo. 3 39C I'


.,HEATII.STARKE: >FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and I Irltu I hereby FOR announce SCHOOL HO my Hill iandida< \. ]JP1 a il''I Beef

: hter. Linda Kav. Mrs. J. B. : for School Board from Di,rid :
app and Mrs. W. B. Mundy spent Three (Brooker and New Hiver) ;
Fri., Sat. Feb. 12 13 I subject to the will of the Democratic -
the weekend in Tampa visiting i voters In the May primaries. I To Community Service I

DOUBLE FEATURE the State Fair and Mr. and Mrs. feel position that and I am if well elected qualified will for serve" this "Movie Are Better Than Ever"If PEPSI COLA cfn 2ScI 2FOR33c

Tom Byrd. the people of my district and the I I ,
Women in the Dark county at large to the best of my you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I.

With Penny Edwards and ROM Mrs. Bertha Pearce and sister, ability. --A. L. GREEN. cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSun. I R. C. COLA ctn 25c ,

Elliott Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta Ga. NOTICE
Wed. Thur. Feb. 18
17
ANDSpoilers left Thursday for a week's visitin Picked up on Bayless February Highway 10. 1954 I ., Mon. and Tues. $ ':-' -' '-:---:"':: :: '- : -:-:-::

Fort Lauderdale with Mrs. W. February 7, 1 light'red (cow staple

of the T. Saxon and with Mrs. Emily j I,fork square under left ear bit in contact right SheriffsOf ear upper Feb. 14 15. and 16 PARATROOPERStarring I Brand -c :

PlainsWith Favor in Miami. fice It 2/12 Alan Ladd 1'1'Mn"Y'I a" '' c'I-'I

NOTICE OF ITKNTIOTO 3"T 3 1'c
Roy Rogers and Trigger Mrs. Jack Trawick and children. RFC.I Notice"TF.U is hereby FICTITIOUS given that NAME the -- 3 BIG DAYS-- Plus "Zipping Along" Cartoon and

Plus Serial "King of Congo" Donna and Buddy, and Mrs. A. Y. undersigned, under the provisions Latest World News.
9f Chapter 10,953:! Laws of Florida: W "
Covington and son, Irvan were
Chap. 10 and Color Cartoon
with the will this Theatrea -
Acts of 1941. will register You see at
C. L.
guests of Mrs. Jane Anderson in Clerk of the Circuit Court in and : SCHOLL

Sun., Mon. Feb. U, 15 ,Tampa from Friday Monday I,I'for, upon ETadford receipt County of proof State of of publica-1 Florida ) forget.Picture that you will never Fri.. Sat. Feb. 19, 20 ROAST Tender Chuck Ib 33C BIG SALE

i while attending the Fair. I lion of this notice the fictitious
Frances Covers The Terminal
of Thomas Truck
I name which I am enga t'd in business BULLETS BLAST BANDITS ,
Pfc Oliver H. Aspinwall under
Big Town son on U. S. Highway 301 south of HAMBURGER Lean ib Soap
of Mrs. Margaret Davis, and Starke. Florida. UI HCJdBMI i 39c 1 POWDERS

THE TALKING MULE: grandson of T. S. Williams ofI That the sole owner of aul. l.u-i- I UMERQHEsotw I 4' !
ness is: turn
With Donald O'Connor a.ndan1 I Starke, left Tuesday for Ft. Lewis Jack E. Ha en. Starke. Fla., [ I
i Dated thin lth day -t F. t-rn..n -' ,- Jw .
Wash. where he will await shipment -
Guild A.D. 1954 at Starke, Bradford County Wpae ? -y ,.
Plus News and Cartoon I' overseas with the Sixth Florida. TIDE
". 1"_ 4"In '> Yard Doz
Army. : \/ -; E EGGS S 49C I r
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i p
Tue& Feb. !
16 ONLY
I Circuit Court Itradfurd Counlj.Florida tfAral-J1.0 ter, .
I Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and l In Chancery ', s-e. ),WSaucArsss.aosrwAa Sipfx ; SURF
Aventures of Plaintiff tatxxt*SOU AIEJ ancM*f na Meal X ; to IIII
I I family' attended a family reunion Elizabeth Nolen Green. w ; _
Walter Xoseworthy Green Defend VJ' i iii. !.m"
Captain FabianWith '! nt the home. of Mr and Mrs. Fred I ant. <,, I .

Errol Flynn j j Murray where Mr.in Jacksonvi"e Smith's tether' on Sunday H. T. Order Appear Of Pu'liratlo8ad'Mat, of Case Florida Xo.:\ulir.To 10-342: TI.I j:! Plus "Free For Two" Cartoon I LLlaT'I BEEF STEW Boneless Ib 43c FAll t-


Plus News and Cartoon I cmth.: celebrated his birthday an-. Walter Nos-eworthy Green whose AND I I TH1IJJll filM
residence is Glen Purnie. Marylandand

Wed., Thur. Feb. 17. IS ,,niversary.Mrs. Box You whose 333.are Glen mailing required Burnie.address to Maryland.appear is P. 03 O. Latest World News. I TUNB/lJYlIDS i BEEF STEW Brisket Ib 19c yELDREFT

DOUBLE FEATURE J. R. Hardee and Dr. and March 15 1S4. in the above named -

Mrs, Howard Hardo of Fernandina Court and cause wherein plaintiff ADMISSIONS: : Tax Ind. Total AND :la Y fiI
Riders To The seeks divorce, custody and.con-
Stars were guests last Thursday of Mr. trol of minor child.
Bradford County T("'<,gral'h shall CHILDREN SOcAnrI.TS I BACHELOR iNPARIS LOIX While, ,
( it lasts
ri COLOR and Mrs. L. A. Davis. Dr. Hardee, publish this Order in next four I IBL'K I Silver

-AND- i Medical MSssionar- Africa 75c I rikc"rn. ib 3C
on leave, and Mrs. Hardee went HILLSPASSION i I

FORT DEFIANCEIN '" Tampa to the t.to> Fair while PLAYLake \ I d/ISeSL

CIXECOLOR Mrs. J. R. Hardee remained with Wales AmphitheatreJAX. i W. B, MUNDY I FULL CAST I
:31 APIUL IS
With Dane Clark 'he' Davises until "('''day. Mr Every Sue... '!tires.. Than. 8 fja.fepee. I Plus "Boy, Guns and Birds" Cartoon -

I and Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Dave Sat. Perf. Feb IS. K, Mar 13 I '
and Chapter 5 SeriaL _. ._
Plus Latest World- Fox News i! nartin of Fernanda and Mrs. Phone For Rea.2-O3I1. &:-Inf.Lake Write Wa Box e.. n Fin. .. _._ .. ._ q ,. -- --.-- ,' W- : _' -: --' --"_-:- '-:;- _: ",,,. '*'-'"-- .- --'-"';-.-. ;"- -- -.- h. .- J
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA |.
FR1D.4I. fUSKl'AKl IJ, 1954

TTTTTVTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTfTTTTTVTTTTTTTTyTTTTMflFARMER'S : fine brood of children they have. our field into the pond at the I
Burt Lancaster I(
I 1-
Sam was crazy about two of the corner. We kept working farther ,

P2$ young suns, Mickey and Irene. and farther into the pond, when Montgomery Clift j
Fred talked to us about berries suddenly Katrinka started to
and crops generally, and it was sink, and all that saved us from/ In Florida FilmA SUPER SIZlLlN'
DIARY WEEKwEND
; quite evident that although he is getting bogged down was the hy- story of brutal forcefulnessand SPECIAL!

... now the market manager at Webster draulic lift. A wonderful invention -
-1( powerful drama is brought to .
he is still a berry at !
The author will be glad to re- grower
the screen in "From Here to Eternity" -
i.. heart. Can't blame him, "''''_. _
eelve Items of Inter concernIng say as we based on James Jones' lit- I "" ?.,
..
the activities of farmers in for we love to. raise. them too. After a long day in the field I Ii erary sensation and costarringBurt Im/f/////////1///44, t

Bradford County. Suggestions maybe .3 i it is a real, quiet pleasure to I Lancaster, Montgomery Clift,
left at the Telegraph office or Our poor old cows are looking stretch out before the fireplaceand Deborah Kerr, Frank Sinatra, and

mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey, better now. For a while they were relax. Our television set is Donna Reed. It comes to the Flor- :::::::::::::. .
:::
"sorry" looking and we were feeding "tore up" so we're without :
any da Theatre Sunday for a three- ==
By Sam McGaroy them both cottonseed meal outside entertainment, but we sit day run.
: =
F. . ................... ...... i pellets and dairy ration. But we in front of the fire, eat a few pe- Set in the Pearl Harbor of 1941 fff r i
P'-------- turned them into the rye pasture cans, and enjoy a quiet evening. -
in the months prior to and culminating :::=
Although it just doesn't seem wish that we had that much al- I and although it didn't last long .
with the sneak attack,
five ready. It goes to show us how I (and we had to shut them out For five long years we've been :;::;
possible, it is now years ago this film is a compelling study of tvOtEs
one season will vary" so much from again) it did help them. Troubleis kitchen :::::: Ns
working our garden with
this month that we first came to both the professional soldier and
another, and that in farming you that the cows are carrying
out rest, and this summer we planto of overwhelming romance.
first days
Our
Bradford County. just can't plan on a thing. calves and we know that unless /YJ0W1IIIIi'Quantity ?*"'"
here were full of excitement, for they get some nourishment the put it in a cover crop (sesbania, Burt Lancaster is right at home

everything was new and interest- With so much of our affairs calves will not amount to much. 'we think, as we understand that I in the dramatic role of Sgt. War- Rights Reserved' Prices Good Thru Sat.. Feb. 13Vilson's

ing. We bought Joy (and neitherof depending on the success of this Sometime we hope to have goodpastures. will check out Bermuda grass). den, a pre-war professional sol-
Aside from improving the soil, .
us had ever milked a cow be- year's crop of berries, we've really I dier. Montgomery Clift portraysthe
fore in our lives, and her bull been working at them, trying to we are anxious to get rid of that brooding, proud young bugler \ ShorteningDAKEflITE :
flock of hens, a sow grass. It is getting worse each who is perfectly willing to fight,
calf Pride, a baby them along. We know now For the first time since cominghere
(Lilly the fence buster that of that grows on year, and that despite the fact but not for the sake of fighting.
the feeling worry we do not have a hog on our that it out hand Lb Can
we pull by and
her Deborah Kerr abandons her former
us busy chasing ,
to a
keep on crop
was you when you depend farm, and we'll have to get a bar- cart it out of the garden. 3 19C
for almost a year) and four pigs. and know all the time that there sedate roles to appear as the un-
Airdale watchdog, row or two just as soon as we can. happy Army wife whose troubles
We got Leo, our are so many things that can go
,
We heard of
and there were two mules (Tom, with it. Right now our We have some table scraps, sur- one man around take an unexpected turn. Frank .
and "You, too") left here for a little wrong patch is coming along slowly. plus vegetables, etc., and that here who had a good way of keep- i Sinatra is seen as the likable Pvt. Standard
the birds .
time by the former owner of the There is a "right smart" amountof does help to feed a hog or two. ing out of his berries.He Maggio, a little guy with a heart. .
farm. And so almost before we bloom and fruit, but the plantsare We want to raise a couple to but- trapped a big hawk, and hadit The historic strafing of Scho-

knew it, we had a farm familyof not nearly as big and strongas cher, so that we can have some in a cage near his patch, and field Barracks at Pearl Harborby No 303 Can
the birds
had a more good country stayed away from his Japanese "Zeroes" while mak- TOMATOES S 10C
animals and they sure we'd like them to be. We have sausage.
berries. There's a big hawk hover-
d. ing their bombing runs on Navy
time of it running the yankees the plants fairly clean of weeds
ing around here most of the time, ,
ragged. Before long we had a and so far we see no signs of red Ordered our mulch this week, ships, was filmed at the locale of ,
all have do
now to
so we is catch
hired man, crops planted, and our spiders. Our beds are quite low and decided that we needed eight him. the disaster. All exterior scenes
In the
meantime, the
robinsare :
great adventure of farming, whichwe and if it continues to be dry, loads to do our acre of berries. were photographed at the identical O'SAGE DessertPEACHES '
had planned on for so long, we'll be glad of it. While we were talking about it enjoying the fruits of our locale of the novel.
labor.
was started. If we had it to do the subject of how big a load of No 22>! Con C

over again, we would still do it, Just as soon as the first berries mulch should be, and as usual the CARD OF THANKS YOU'LL LOVE tile new Ester- E S 21

for we love the life and the I began to ripen, the birds came buyer thinks it should be high as brook purse-size fountain pens in I

, county and the people but we from near and far to chew them an old yellow pine, and the seller I I wish to take this opportunityto pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad-
would have worked longer and figures a hatful is about right. We tell the public that I thank my FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
to have
saved more money. They say it up. It drives us crazy plan to delay mulching as longas God first of all for healing power Pillsbury plain or S-R

takes money to make money, and the doggone" birds get the few we can, so that we can have which only can come from Him.I I would not be forgetful of the I i i
that is 'when it comesto berries we have now, so we've berries late into the season. thank Him for giving Doctor colored maids who
quite apt prepared nu-
farming. been busy "minding the birds". Houpt wisdom to know what medi- tritious and wholesome foods which F LOUR L I 5 Lbs Lbs
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We put up several scarecrows I This week the old spring plant- cine to administer for healing. were so necessary for the

The two rows of broccoli we (sticks with pieces of aluminumfoil ing fever caught up with Sam and Then I thank Doctor Houpt foE strengthening of the body. Then I I
have in left field needed working suspended on a string) shot while ne was double-discing left his faithfulness and willingness in wish to thank everyone who visited
with both .22 and the to I -""""- '="" = n:1: < _._.__. __ .
the field where a <
the at pests we plan plant it. I I
so we put some sweeps on preparing wish also to thank me while I was there and for the I

cultivator frame and tackled the .410 shotgun? made a slingshot little of this and a little of that, every nurse at Doctors Clinic i beautiful flowers that were sent .. . .
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Job. It was comin alone: fine .and tried chasing them that way. his mind was buzzing with all the Hospital for the kind words and to cheer me. And again I say > -.. <'lf-":."..'_... ii ,... -__.._ , until the tractor started "lu eing" We even shot a few of the robbers different vegetables he's going to good treatment that helped so I thanks to one and all. --(Signed)
or jerking or pitching. First thing and hung the dead birds on the try. One corner of the field is very much to speed. my recovery. And, Virgel Owen. New No Rinse DIXIE DARLING

Sam knew he was digging a seriesof scarecrows as a warning, but we grassy, and we know right now -

holes in the drain furrow and might as well have saved our that we're going to have trouble FOR PROFITABLE CROPS
the more he worked the worse it time. If only they wouldn't peck trying to keep it clean. TIDE R 0

got He learned that you have to the biggest and. .best. berries! S's USEFertilizers jB .
keep the sweeps in the soil at all While out in the berry patch I
Had a good time when Ed and the other day Sam noticed some -
times. Jessie Durban stopped in recently, kildeer (cold-weather birds) and I iiri':: : Lb Boxes Family Loaves I Itti

Practically every time we turn leasing them about being so wondered if they were "signs" of I 2 SSC 2 2SC

around we learn something about I"rich", but they're used to that weather. Don't know if it was justa I !I

farming. We were at Dave Shu-by now. We talked fanning crops co-incidence or not, but we hada i
ford's service station the other etc., and then we heard a new one. couple of moderate frosts on the
and heard Darby Gaskins. I Seems that they had a cow which following mornings. | j WT

J.day B. Gaskins we and Carl Hilliard 'would "root" out sweet potatoes, ; 1 ........ ......,,..". .._" _.

talking about house cats eating'I just like a hog. Ed and Jessieare Alice got some tomato and pep- 1
their berries. Looks like if it good farmers and we hope per seed planted in the cold frame t
isn't one thing eating our berries I they stay around here. We know we'll raise some tomato' 1

it's another. plants but the pepper is
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. Our little flock of 19 hens matter, as they need another'j I

At last o; February 1st. we (which the robbers couldn't reach) peratures to really grow.
.
picked our first pint of berriesof is on a paying basis now. Alice I
the season. Last year we pick- has a good set-up for them in a Notieed with some alarm that Grade "A" Fla. or Ga. Dressed & Drawn

ed berries near the middle of De- different chicken coop (we're try- Joy has a fleshy lump (a little
cember, so we are a whole lot ing to borrow an atom bomb to bigger than an egg) on her flank.It { ysE>.
1.e k eSold
later this year. However, we set as a trajj in case anyone tries does not seem to bother her; s < FRYERS
think that other growers picked to steal them) and the old ladiesare she looks all right and she's givingthe :

earlier than we did this year. laying well now. We'd hate same amount of milk, so we're By ,4. :

to be on .a farm without fresh not going to fuss with it.

Last year at this time we had,eggs. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYCARL WHOLE CUT-UP
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sold about $60 worth of berries I Using Katrinka the tractor to ;;/

and we were moaning and groan-' Visited Fred and Mary Moore cut the field the other day we de- JOHNS

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGBAPH, STARKE, PAGE SEVEN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 19M

I I You are required to appear on 1 day of March 1954; Dace e1.; 'etk tar four ':-JIUeCIiUn Dorothy Hammett Driver whose
1 I fTTTTTVTVTTTTYTTTTVTMM''I daughter, Mrs. Dick Williams and !March 1. 1954, In the above named otherwise the allegations of Bald weeks la tile Bradford Coxocr Tele residence and address is: Unknown.You .
granddaughter, Melody May ac- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Complaint will be taken as confessed Dated ; are required to appear OB
(seeks divorce, alimony restoration by JOL this !< day of January, February !!, Uat. in the above nam
campanied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert SOIL CONSERVATION 'of maiden name. This notice shall be published 1154.OFFICIAL. ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
HAMPTONby Barksdale and family of Starke Bradford County Telegraph shall once each week for four consecutive ( SEAL) Chant A. Darby I seeks divorce. Bradford County
publish this Order in next four weeks in the Bradford County Tele Clerk of the Cm uit Court. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
I visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill West NEWSBy weekly issues. graph. BT Marian L. Crosby, Dep Mrs. Wra.V.. Hammond and infant son, Mark Alan, at Witness my hand and official Dated this tZ day of January, 1/51 4t %/11 Witness my hand and official teal
I seal at Starke Florida, this January 1954. at Florida,
Starke. this :20 January.
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. Bill Haas t r 27, 1954. (OFF1C1 .L SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1954.
M. Hines of S. Clerk of the Circuit Court. I* Clmtt C. rt. Bradfer4 C..atr,
Mr. and Mrs. A.
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Florid la (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles
Clerk. ) Cfeamecrr. ) A. Darby
By Marian U Crosby Deputy
The Hampton P. T. A. met Tues-I C. were weekend guests of Mr. U S. SOIL CONSERVATION Clerk! of said Court 1/29: 4t 2/19 Preston Driver. Plaintiff trs. Doro- As Clerk of said Court
in the school By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk thy Uimmett Driver Ded-odant
day of last week and Mrs. Frank Thomas. Charles R. Hess, By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
the business SERVICE ; 204 Guaranty Life JfOTICE TO APPEARIB Casa :\o. 10-2S: Zach H Douglas 505 Lynch Building
auditorium. After Bldg., Jacksonville,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas I Florida. Circuit Court Bradford County Order Of Pabllrctla Aid N.tIH Te Jacksonville Florida
the members were invitedto I Attys. for Plf. 1/29: 4t 12/39 Appear State Of FwrWa' Te
meeting and family attended a birthday Florida: IB Cbaaeery.Martha Ally foi Plf ll/JJ 4t /11
the school cafetria where two Stavitskl Plaintiff, VB, William .
dinner honoring Mrs. Thomas'sgrandmother The Board of Supervisors for were getting through this bard NOTICE TO APPEAR Anthony Stavitskl 1m'1
Mrs. Martha la Circuit .. _
Court
of the teachers Bradford Ce ty. Case Defenda.nt'l
May near High Springson the Bradford Soil Conservation I spell of short grazing on the hay "Florida la Chancrrr. : Notice To Appear. t
Williams and Mrs. Betty
Sunday. District held their regular monthly that he and Wade Gaskins put up Karl H. Rasmussen, Plaintiff, vs. 1 TorWilliam Anthony Stavitskl '
served refreshments. Mrs. Dave Inger W. Hasmussen Defendant.Case Un- I
whose residence and address is;
Dick Williams visited his parents meeting at Lloyd Green's house. last summer.J. No. 10-297 9-PIECE
Cochranewill known.
and Mrs. Bessie i
Loper
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williamsof Those attending were V. R. I' %otl To Appear: Your ate hereby notified that a th1 :
be hostesses at the March last week. L. Orr whose farm is located To: Inger W. Rasmussen, whose suit for divorce custody and )
Tampa Green andJ. residence and
Ferguson Lloyd address Is: :2 B control of minor child
meeting. out the Brownlee Road, states
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Parker B. White supervisors; and Bill] i."aunegaardvej. Gent<-f1e. Denmark. has been filed against you In the
Several ladies of Hampton and that his hogs are enjoying grazingthe You are hereby notified that a above named Court and cause and k
the surrounding territory are and Herman Damon spent Sun- Haas, Soil Conservation Service. Rescue grass he planted late suit Divorcehas for you are required to serve a copy of BED ROOM 1
day in Brunswick, Ga. .and St. The Board discussed the 1954 your answer or pleading to the complaint -
practicing for a Black Face Min- this fall.Recent. been filed against you In he; on the Plaintiff AttorneyEvan
strel to be given in the near future Simons Island. Agricultural Conservation Program "above named Court and cause And T. Evans, 103 Law Ex
and how it will affect the you are required to serve a cor/ of change Building, Jacksonville
Alvarez
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
for the benefit of the P. T. A. your answer or pleading to the Florida,
GROUP
The H. E. McGee family have and children of Starke called on farmers in Bradford County. The Birth; complaint on the Plaiitiffs and file the original in the office or
building of a shed to keep the Attorney Alan C Winters. Jr., the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Phone
sicknessfor their mother. Mrs. Ena Nazworthand 80 Sta rke Fla.
had a considerable lot of 508 Florida Title Building. or before the 1 day of March, ,
District-owned equipment in when M-Sgt. and Mrs. George C. Sil- Jacksonville,
Florida
the three weeks. children Saturday night.H. 1954; otherwise the allegations ef
past not in use was discussed and sug- cox announce the birth of a son, 'and file the original in the office ol aid Complaiat! will be taken as con- 1 BED
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Barnes and W. Baker has accepted a position Frederick the Clerk of the Circuit Court on fessed by you. was 169.95IYANITY
George on Jan. 15 in
made to about I CHEST
gestions were see or before the publishedBOB'S -
shall be
Ala. have with the Clay Co-op. This notice
children of Vernon,
the Jacksonville Naval
the cost and location of a shed. Hospital.
moved to the Wiley Williamsons Mrs. A. H. Kelsey and grandchildren M-Sgt. Silcox is at present stationed -, I
house. Mr. Barnes is employed at Carolyn and Tommy in France. : I VANITY BENCH1MATTRESS

the B. T. Thomas saw mill. I Kelsey of Theressa were Satur- The Bradford Chapter of FFA I OUTBOARD MOTOR SHOP
under the supervision of V. R. NOW
Mrs. O. F. Allen and children of day night guests of Mr. and Mrs. I 1-COIL SPRINGS 139 95
Ferguson and Paul Hutchins madea 'la Circuit four. Bradford .
Palatka visited her brother and Bruce Roark. 1 BEDSPREAD
: coaetr'l -
field trip to the farm of Clyde Florida la Chancery.: 2 ML N. KEYSTONE IITS,. RTE. 100 (Silver Lake)
Mrs. Ver- ,
sister-in-law Mr. and Eugene Nazworth, Paratrooperwith Marion J. Myers Plaintiff, 2PILLOWSI
Crews a Union Soil Conservation
ert H. Myers. Defendant
non Slade Sunday.Mr. the 82nd Airborne Division District cooperator. The trip was Case N'o. 10-313 J j jOrder i I NOW IS THE TIME to get that Outboard Motor or j
and Mrs. John Hammond stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C. Of Publication And ftotire : Power Lawn Mower in condition
that
made to see long grass silage Appear: State Of Florida To 1'0'1 to perform at it's best
called on their parents the W. W. spent Saturday afternoon and eve- :
was put up from Pangola grass Robert H. Myerwhose (' (' during the months ahead.
Hammond's Sunday night enroute ning with his mother, Mrs. Ena and address is: :ZS14 H Elm St. I
I piled on top of the ground between Munioe. Indiana ]
home from Tampa and Ruskin, Nazworth and sister, Earlene and two wooden sides and covered with AS AN INTRODUCTORY OFFER I can give you a a

Fla. At Ruskin they visited Mr. Bonnie. dirt. Complete Magnetic Check and Adjustments. plus Fuel i/ r

and Mrs. William McConas and Sunday callers at the Ham- : System Cleaning and where r .
Repairs required for cost
daughter Delphine, and mother, mond home were Clarence and Sitting around at the Cattle- : [!ffilID of only a I .f ,

Mrs. C. N. McComas. Fred Sampson of Keystone Heightsand man's meeting the other night I I

Richard May stationed near the H. W. Baker family. discussing pastures and waitingfor I I $4.95 plus parts used, if any 4 lfrt
Montgomery. Ala. spent the week- School News Zedra Hamilton and Lucian :

end with his family here. Brenda Hinson spent Sunday Conner to serve up the beef stew For : I All work is done after 4:30 p.m. on Monday thru Friday, I

Rev. R. C Gray and family were afternoon sightseeing in St Au- were Floyd Wiggins C. Letsch, I Crops & Livestock : : and all day Saturdays. i t ._ _I\/: '

in Tampa the first of the week. gustine. Charles spent Sunday with Lloyd Dyal, C. C. Wynn, and Titus I I I I
Olson. Floyd told the that @ i A good business its service H:
Miss Jo Ann Burdges is spending .his uncle near Lake Butler. Bea- group I depends on to the customer.

sometime with her cousin, Mrs. I trice Stapelton spent Sunday his cows were enjoying grazing Gainesville Production i ,I All work is done with that in mind and will be appreciated Similar To

Louise Manier. Other guests fora i with friends in Keystone Heights sweet lupine now. Mr. Letsch Credit Association I : as well as GUARANTEED 't j4 &%

number of days were Mr. and I while her brother, Billy, spent said he was still grazing the pan- 620 N. Main St. I THIS OFFER LASTS UNTIL MARCH 1, 1954 Above Picture
he let mature in the
Mrs. Landon Isbell of Calif. I in Bardin. gola grass I
Sullivan
Sunday Percy Gainesville, Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosher and spent Sunday with friends in I Ii I field. Mr. Wynn remarked, "My I i Phone Keystone Hts. 3523 I I
i clover is out that 1 II
jumping now
recent visitors in I
children were Brooker. .
Mississippi. Mrs. Moshier's brother, have fertilized. -
Howell Williams was visitingin
Larry Lott was leaving for the
three counties last
adjoining J. R. Wainwright, a Bradford
Army. Sunday. Emily McKinney was in Soil Conservation
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins Melrose last Saturday night Over used the District's weed Cooperator.chopperto

end daughter Mrs. last Geo. Williams the weekend Iris McCullough saw chop weeds in the fence jambs New FORD TRUCKS for'offer
were in Macclenny Thursday her
afternoon.Mr. I in uncle the Marines., Gene Southerland whois and farm.rows on" his Heilbronn Springs*I!

and Mrs. J. W. Home, and I
Emily McKinney is back in
school after two attacks with the Stopped in at Bill Reddish's

mumps. Audrey Raley and Mel- store at Heilbronn Springs to get

COLONIAL vin Eiland are absent Jrom schoolon a Coke. Bill told me that his cows

account of sickness. Willow !
I
Ruth Hammond was in Gaines-
ville last Saturday. Ruth Perry What a swell time all of us are

FLORISTFLOWERS was the Saturday night guest of having!

Mr. and Mrs. Max Hager. Alene There were sixty-one pupils and Sy CIaOnly
five teachers in
Stapleton spent Sunday with Mrs. religious services

Lilly Mae Eiland. last Sunday.

For All Occasions .. The eighth grade play has been Henry Macher spent several r
days with relatives in Mississippilast
ordered and practicing will soon
PHONE 218 begin. Rosa Lee McKinney and week. Dudley Hardy attendedthe
these three
State Fair in Tampa. Cordelia Ford gives
Linda Fae Starling are back in Allen spent Sunday with Myrtle you
the first grade after being absent
Ann Hinson.
for more than a week with the
(i) The sixth and seventh grades
mumps. Murrey Eiland, Donna and
were in charge of the chapel "
Henry Rhoden and Vivian are still program essentials in lower-cost trucking !
which was held in the audi-
DISH GARDENS ill with the mumps. Linda Fae torium last Wednesday. The entire ,
Anderson and Larry Sapp returned -
student body sang "Onward Christian -
POTTERY to school Monday after being
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POTTED PLANTS the second grade May tIe Hin- W

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recovering from the mumps. We i
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13 Starke, Fla.

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PAGE EIGHT B2ADFOSD OOCMRT KUEGEATO, STAEJtE. FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12,


Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dees in Haines You are Hereby notified that a Notice T. Appear Jacksonville
TTTYTYTTYYYYYYYYTYYYYYTT I suit for To: Benjamin Florida. ees. and all other persons claiming tiffs' attorneys. Williams &; Futch. for four consecutive weeks tit the
City. Divorcehas residence and address Bullock la. 4618 4th.Spruce whose Attys for Plf. 2!5 4t J 2i by through or under it; Peninsular SUrke, Florida, a:id file the original ..I E'radford County Telegraph, a weekly -

i Carol Cox of Gainesville was been filed against you In the Street, Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Lumber Company a corporation, if answer or oths- pleading in the newspaper published IB Bradford
BROOKER above named Court and cause and You NOTICE lu APPEIRIn in existence, and if nonexistent its Office of the Cit 'k of the Circuit County. Florida.WITNESS .
the weekend guest of Joyce Suggs. I you are required to serve a copy vi suit for are heresy notified that a Florida Circuit In Court. Bradford County. unknown successors, trustees or I Court for Bradford County, Florida my hand and the seal

Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson is recovering your answer or pleading to the Divorce, custody and control of Edward!Newman Chancery.Plaintiff grantees and all other persons on or before the s day of March, A. of our said Circuit Court at Starke,
complaint on the Plaintiff's vs. Em- claiming by, through or under it D., 1954, if fa.'l
67 Polly Walt Jr. from her illness. minor child ma Newman Defendant. ; you to do so, Decree Bradford County. Florida, this the
Attorney T. Frank Lacdrum. has been filed against you la the Case Empire Lumber Company a corporation Pro Confesso willibe taken against :2 day of February A.D.. 1954

AAAAAAaAAAAAAAAaaaaAAaa.Mr. The Junior Scholastic awards Starke. Florida I above named Court and cause and .Vwtle To Appear No 10-321 ,. its if in unknown existence successors and if nonexistent trust-- ,rou for the relit! .-demanded in the I (OFFICIAL SEAL} Charles A Darby

in the Brooker Junior High School md file the original In the office you are required to serve a copy of To: Emma Newman, whose residence ees or grantees-other than 'omplalnt. Clerk of said Circuit Court
and Mrs. O. R. Gano oJ Sue if the Clerk of the Circuit Court onr I your answer or pleading to the and address is: 151 Oaklane, Cone deceased and his heirs George law It is hereby ordered that this By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
to Barbara complaint at ,
were presented on the Plaintiff
din- > before the Hightstown, New Jersey. dev-ees! legatees. :Notice published once each week '! %/5 41 J2SThe
Lake
Swan birthday grantees
gave a Attorney T. Frank Landrum. successors -
Davis and Judy Kelley. 1 day of March. 1354; Starke, Florida You are hereby notified that a and assigns! -and alt other r. -
ner for R. F. Gano Sunday. Most Brookerites went to see itherwise the allegations of said and file the original In the office of suit for persons claiming by through or under I I- -- ----- -

Mrs. J. W. Thomas wishes to Complaint will be taken as con- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Divorcenas said Empire Lumber Company a
Toby Dowdy at the school house fessed by you. or before the been flied agaInst you tn the corporation, and and all
any unknown -
thank Mrs. D. E. Hazen Mrs. Au- Monday night. This notice shall be published 22 day of February. 1954; above named Court and cause and persons or parties claimingany New Crop Seed For The
each week for four you are required to serve a of
brey Hazen. Mrs. Lloyd Barry, once consecu- otherwise the allegations of said copy estate right. title or interest in
and Kenneth Green tive weeks in the Bradford County your answer or pleading to the
Stanley complaint lien
Mrs. Z. \V. Hamilton. Mrs. Ressie Telegraph. will be taken as confessed complaint on the Plaintiff's or upon the following described

Mrs. R. H. Green Mrs. lv!,. were in Tampa at the fair Satur- Dated this 27 of This by you Attorneey T. Frank Landrum. lands in Bradford County Florida,
Carlton day January, 1954. notice shall ue publishedonce to wit:

O. Harrell Mrs. L. L. Dyal. and. day afternoon. They went with the (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Court.Darby weeks each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Telegraph and Starke file the, Florida original in the office of Parcel One 1954 Season Has Arrived
F. F. A.
Mrs. Guy Harrell for their coop: boys. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on The Northwest Quarter of the
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hall of Jack- 1/29 4t %/19 Dated this 20 day of January. 1954: ar before the I Southwest Quarter of Section It,
Polio
eration with her the
on (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 8 day of March 1951; i Township 6 South Range 21
Drive. sonville and Mrs. L. L. Dyal Clerk of the Circuit Court otherwise the allegations of eatS East.
:NOTICE TO \PPE.RClreut I
their By Marian L. Crosby Donnty Clerk Complaint will >'e taken visiting niece Betty
L. A. Mott Jr. spent the after- were la Court. Bradford County, 1/2 4t Z/12 3d by you. The Southwest Quarter of the
Waldron in Freesburg High School Florida; la Chancery. This notice shall b* publishedonce Place Your Order Now
noon Thursday with Edwin Johns Marion Daniels, Plaintiff, vs. Stephens each week for four consecutive I Southwest Quarter of Section
of Starke. Tuesday. Miss Waldron was recently L. Daniels, Defendant. Circuit NOTICE Coirt TO Bradford APPEARIB County weeks in the Bradford County Tele 14, Township 6 South, Range 21
East.
in an automobile accident. Case No. 10-307 Florida i In Chaucery.Emilia graph. I
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Raborn entertained :Notice To AppearTo Dated this 3 day of February 1954. You and earn of yon are hereby
Scala. Plaintiff Alfred For
ata I :Mr. and Mrs. Karl Smith and : Stephen L. Daniels, whose Scala, Defendant. vs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darn notified th.* there has been filed in | The
guests surprise I|children of Malad. Idaho visitedI residence and address is: 1207 Cen- Case No. 10-231 Clerk of the Circuit Court the Circuit Court in and For Brad-
birthday party for G. W. Raborn,, tral Tower Building Youngstown.Ohio. Notice To Appear.To By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk County. Florida. a Bill in Chancerywherein
I Mrs.I Neta Dyal last weekend. Mrs.
F. M. Sullivan and Percy Sullivan. : Alfred Scala, whose residenceand !'ii 4t 2/2S O c. Cason and :Maggie Ca- HIGHEST QUALITY SEEDAt
Smith was the former Retha You are hereby notified that a address is 1S1 Hall Street. son. his wife are Plaintiffs, and
Those who attended were Mr. and Dukes. suit for divorce Brooklyn, New Y -rk NOTICE OF INTENTION': TO each of you is a Defendant. the

Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan, and Mr. has been filed against you in the You are hereby notified that al REGISTER FHTITI018.I ME ship of which is O. C. Cason and '
Barbara Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kelley and above named Court and cause and suit for Notice is hereby given that the Maggie Cason. his wife, VS. Florida
and Mrs. Percy Sullivan. Jacksonville you are required to serve a copy of I DivorceHas undersigned, under thc provisionsof Land and Immigration Company of .
Ann. Marcia Ann and cousin Har- Steve spent Sunday in your answer or pleading to the complaint .I been filed against you In the Chapter 20953.:: Laws, of Florida I Florida a corporation et al. Defendants -
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. on the Plaintiff's Attorney above named (''urt and cause and acts of 1941. will regUter with the the relief therein prayed MOST ECONOMICAL PRICES
old Mills H V. Knight, Starke. Florida, you are required to serve a copy of Clerk of the Circuit Court in and I being a decree qaieting and confirming
Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hall.Drew and file the original in the officeof your answer or pleading to the complaint for Bradford County State of FlorIda Plaintiff's title to the lands
Reddish of Starke spent the Clerk of the Circuit Court on on the Plaintiffs Attorney upon receipt of proof of publica- hereinabove described and it further -
Raborn. with his sister :Mrs.J. or before the 1 day of March, 1954; T. Frank Landrum. tion of this notice, the fictitious appearing from said sworn Bill e
Mrs. F. M. Sullivan was the Sunday night otherwise the allegations of said Florida Starke'l name of The Snack Bar under whichwe I of Complaint that the names of the
V. Edwards Sr. Complaint will be taken as con and file the original In the are Defendants are unknown
guest of her parents until Thurs- fessed by you. the Clerk of the Circuit on Temple engaged Ave., Starke in business, Fla at 323 | therein set forth, and that, except the ad-as Insure Your Crop. for Top Quality and Economy by
Several of our people attendedthe This notice shall be published once or before the 22 day of February. I Mr. and :Mrs. George Slinger. 323 .dresses and residence of Raid De

day.The Bradford-Union County birthday dinner at New River each weeks week in the for Bradford four County consecutive Tele- said 1954; Complaint otherwise the will allegations be taken as of I ers.Temple Ave., Starke, Fla, sole own- fendants is no are unknown and tha.tthere SEEING US FOR YOUR SEED AND FERTILIZER

Singing Convention was held at Church Sunday in honor of T. B. graph. confessed by you. I Dated this 5th AY of February. in the State person of Florida or persons the serviceof with.

the Brooker Baptist Church Sun- Edwards. Dated this 26 day of January, This notice shall be publishedonce tVI 19i4.: at Starke.>radf ord Coui process upon whom would bind NEEDS
1954. each week for four consecutive said absent or unknown Defendants
day afternoon. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph aid that each known and named
2/5 It 226REQt
Clerk of the Circuit Court .
Mr. and Mrs., Ressie CoLon are NOTICE ON INTENTION TO Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Dated this 20 day of January. 1954. "Defendant: is over the age of twentyone -

at the Tampa Fair. Their daugh- RKfJIVlKR "'J(7n'fl01u.: ..: 1/29 4t 2/19 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby The Florida KST Forest FOR BIDS Service I unknown years and and unnamed that the age Defendant of each RROWNIFF% & fHASTFFN
Notice is hereby given that the I I Clerk of the Circuit Court re- I
in unknown
ters, Diane and Linda Kay are undersigned, under the provisions of ,By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk quests sealed bids for furnishing all I : this il'. therefore, to
Uoo. command
staying with their grandparents Chapter A.tM of 1941 20,95 will Laws register of with Florida.the REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION": : : MMIJNotice TO I. 1/22 4t 2/12 I of and one materials(1) Towerman's and construction Ile&i-- I hvrehy notified each of \ou.and and quired von; are to Near S V I. Depot Starke, Fla

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson. Clerk of the Circuit Court in and is hereby given that the I !NOTICE10 APPEAR dence at the Keystone Heights serve a <-op> of your answer nr ther
,..f Towrersite one mile north of Keystone I pl".Iling- UH (",'mpliint! "n I'i.nn: ,
A. L. Green and son John were for Bradford County State of Florida unders.gned: under the provisions : I. Circuit Court. Bradford -
I upon receipt of proof of publication Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. I. Florida; In Chancery.llattie COU.f'-1 No 21.Bids.Heights Florida on Highway I -- --- - _ a _
in Gainesville on business Monday. of this nOl t'e, the fictitiousname Acts of 1941 will register with the Wagner Plaintiff '
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Tinneyof of Jerome Johns Oil Company Clerk of the Circuit Court in and ter L. Wagner, Defendant. to be mailed to County Han.er ..:-.
under which I am engaged in business for Bradford County, State of Florida I Case No. 10-290 P. O. Box 93. Penney KaiinFionda. .-. .
Perry and formerly of Frederick at Starke, Bradford County upon receipt of proof of pubii- Notice To Appear.To I KEYSTONE, marked 'SEALED BID" '
Md. are new residents of Brooker Florida. cation of this notice. the fictitious : Walter 1. Wapner; whose and TOWER HOUSE 1'l.ui) CONVERT NOW
for
McCormickof That the sole owner of said busi- name of El Rancho Restaurant u i- residence and address Is: Unknown. specifications this buililmtcmay =
Mr. and Mrs. J H. be obtained from Cn'iim.
basi-
in You
ness is1: Jerome Johns Starke. Fla. der which I am engaged are hereby notified that a I .
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Dated this 22nd day of Janaury ness on IT. S. Highway 301 north of suit for divorcehas Ranger at above address.
Sealed bids to be :
opened at 'lay
had din- A.D. 1954 at Starke Bradford Starke. Fla. been filed against you In the
R. H. Green and family Florida. That the sole owner of said busi- above named Court and cause and County headquarters. Satsuma '
ner with Mr. and Mrs. Lawhon County II!! 4t 2/12 ness is: J. M Edwards. P. O. Box you are required to serve a copy of Towersite on February 18. 19j4; at'
I. _____ 623, Starke Fla. your answer or pleading to the 10 a.m. No bids in excess:: of $ .200 j TO RECEIVE!
Sunday. 00 will considered.. The Florida
NOTHE OP INTENTION TO Dated this nh day of January complaint on the Plaintiffs i
L. M. Anderson of LaCrosse is REGISTER (o'IC'fl'I'latIS: .N 4MB A.D.. 1954. at Starlre, Bradford Attorney Green & Green, Starke, Forest Service reserves the right to '
Florida reject any and/or all bids. _
with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Notice is hereby given that the County. Florida. l
staying 2/5 2t 2 l 12
and
undersigned. under the provisionsof 1/29 4t 2/19 file tire original In the officeof
Green. Laws of Florida the Clerk of the Circuit Court ENJOY PROGRAMSFrom
10.951
Chapter
on or before the In The Circuit! 'ourt Of The Eighth
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Parrish of Acta of 1941 will register with the R OTICE TO APPEARIn 22 day of February, 1954 Judicial Circuit In And For Bradford -
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Circuit Court. Bradford County ;
Ocala announce the birth of a otherwise the allegations of said County Florida. I. Chancery.O. .,
DraUford County State of Florida, Florida; In Chancery. WJHP-TV
C. Cason :
Complaint will be taken and Maggie Cason. his
as con-
daughter, Peggy, who was born upon receipt of proof of publication Virginia Carr, Plaintiff, vs. Milford fessed by you. wife. Plaintiffs.. Florida Land __
the 5th. Mrs. Parrish was formerly of this notice. the fictitious name Warren Carr, Defendant. This notice shall to pobUsh 4 and Immigration Company of Florida I
of Dowling Livestock Sales under Case No. 10-309 (Channel 36))
each week for four ,
once consecutive a corporation et al. Defendant _ _
.
Hazel Crosby.On which I am engaged in business on Notice To AppearsTo weeks In the Bradford County Tele. NOTICE I
February 14 from 1:30 to U. S. Highway :SOl north of Starke, : Milford Warren Carr, whose graph The State Of Florida. To I
I Florida. residence and address Is: R A Dated this to day of January. 19>4. The Florida I.and and Immigration -'
4:30 p. m. there will be an exercise -I That the sole owner of said business 34103877 HQ. Co. 27th Big. Base (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Company of Florida, a corpora!
held by the Ground Observer is: E. J. Howling. Sr.. P. O. Depot. A.P.O. 189. c/o Postmaster, Clerk of the Circuit Court tion if in existence and if We @ FACTORY TRAINED
I.Box list Starke, Fla. New York, New York. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. istent. Its unknown Guarantee The
Corps. Those who signed up, please I Dated this 22nd day of JanuaryA.D. You are hereby notified that a 1/22 4t %/1% trustees or grantees and all nonex-I
contact W. T. Coram for your .. 1154. at Starke Bradford suit for dUo'ce I persons claiming by. through ,
County, Florida. has been filed against you in the I. Circuit Court, Bradford County, der itV': H. Dowling. if living and Finest o FACTORY AUTHORIZED
I !! 4t above named Court and cause and Florida In Reception
II 2/12 Chancery.
jobs.Mr. ___ I if dead. hU unknown heirs at law. ;
and required to serve a copy of
and Mrs. Lloyd Barry you are Pauline S. Sanford. Plaintiff. vs. deviseos legatees or grantees and ,
Circuit Court. Bradford County. your answer or pleading to the complaint Milum O Sanford. Defendant.
the weekend with all other claiming by I
family spent II. persons FIELD TESTED
Florid: la Chancery. on the Plaintiff AttorneyT. Case No. IO-39 through or under him; and Hallie I Possible &
I Hamilton Hurdle. Jr., Plaintiff Frank Landrum, Starke, Order Of Publication and Notice T* Dowling. his wife, if living and if j I
vs. Catherine L. Hurdle. Defendant I Florida Appear; state of Florida dead her unknown heirs at law devisees -i,
Case No. 10-308 I and file the original In the office I Milum O. Sanford. whose residence and
legatees or grantees
Order Of PUltU..tlD..01 .Notice of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton I and address IF: Route :3. i
all other claiming by. ;
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S To Ap"eart Stale Of Florida To or before the 1 day of March. Oraugeburg, South Carolina.You persons M
Catherine L. Hurdle whose resi- 1954; otherwise;; the allegations of are required to appear on through or under her; J. H Dowl i
dence and address is: 146 South said Complaint will be taken as confessed March 8, 1954 in the above named ing if living and if dead, his unknown Chas. C.
heirs at law devihftet. legatees Shepherd
Philadelphia Avenue Egg Harbor by you. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
JUST ONE City, New Jersey. This notice shall be publishedonce seeks divorce custody and control or grantees and all other
each week for four consecutive of minor child. Bradford County persons claiming by, through or under
FRIGIDAIREMade You are required to appear on weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I Telegraph shall publish this Or- I him. and if married
March 1. 1954 la the above named graph. I der in next four weekly Issues. -Dowling, his wife if living and I TV RADIO SEAT COVERS
only by General Court and cause. wherein plaintiff Dated this 27 day of January. 1954. Witness my hand and official seal i If dead. her unknown heirs at law, j
seeks divorce with custody and support OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby at Starke FUrlda this 4 devisees. legatees and grantees and
Motors Corp. All other of minor children to defendant. ( Clerk of the Circuit Court 1954. FebrUary'j' all other persons claiming by. I PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.
Bradford County Telegraph shall By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chaile I through or under hen; W. H. and J. ,
Electric
Refrigerators
are publish this Order in next four 1/29 4t 2/19 As Clerk of said Court II. Dowling. a partnership. if in existence -'
made by other ,companiesand weekly issues. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I and if nonexistent. Its unknown -I
word Witness my hand and official I OTICE OF APPLICATION Zach IL Douglas, 505 Lynch Building successors trustees or grant- j jI
cannot use the seal at Starke, Florida, this Jan- FOR TAX DEED I I --
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Frigidaire. uary 27, 1951.OFFICIAL (Senate Bill No. 163) i :- -
( SEAL) Charles A. Darby Notice is hereby given that Joe
As Clerk of saad Court Forsyth holder of Tax CertificateNo.
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I 72, Issued the 31 day of May, 4
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Bulldtng. A.D, 1951, has filed same in my '
Jacksonville, Florida. office and has made application fora New 54 Magic Chef
? ? Attys for Pfl. 1/29 4t 2/19 tax deed to be Issued thereon. ,
Said certificate embraces the following FULLY EQUIPPEDthe

THEN SEE NOTICE TO APPEAR described property in the
!. Circuit Court. Bradford County County of Bradford, State of Flori-

William Florida C.i IB Berggoetz.Chancery.: Plaintiff, >s. da Lot to-wit 5 :in Kessler's Add Sec. 19. I most modem and efficient equip-

E. H. SMITHTenth Dolores Berggoetz, Defendant. Township 7 South Range 22 ment available to the profession is
Case No. 10-310 East.
:Notice To Appear.To The assessment of the said property I used by this funeral home in maintaining Is NEW

aid Temple Ave. : Dolores Berggoetz. whose residence -.I under the said certificate issued its well known standard of
and address Is: ::S Cincinnati was in the name of Emma Mixon.
Starke, Fla. Avenue. Egg Harbor City New Jersey -! Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Service.DeWITT .
according to law, the prop-
I erty described therein will be sold
to the highest bidder house door on the first Monday in C. JONESPhone

the month of March, 1954, which is Lustrous
That's Our Business
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Starke Fla. Beauty
the 1 day of March 1954. _
GUS5 Dated this 28 day of January 1854. Pn nnsne- !' \h.. 1'1 '"""
If It's Glass We Have It! (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .. -- .
c CALL WRITE VISIT Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- Funeral Director Ambulance Service ,..... Lasting EfficiencyAnd
or .0'
/ for Cou .ty, Florida. @

I 1/29 4t 2/19 Our local funeral home enables u to offer convenience and

Joe Peters Glass Co. !.NOTICH TO APPEAR eerrlcej not otherwise available!

t-n Circuit Curt. Bradford COIIDQ'FIDrlda. ECONOMYI
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FOR ANY GLASS NEED I la Chancery. I ### I"
Alice Jean Medeiros Plaintiff vs.
We Design Modern Store Fronts We furnish the at lowest and 9
I Frank Medelroa Defendant hlgnest type service prices, I I Make The

14 Just Mail Us A Pattern for Vollce To Appear Case No. 10-301 accept ANT life Insurance policy In force ned by ANT .
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Table Tops i'I' To: Frank Medeiros. whose residence company aa payment la part or hi full on a funeral I 4 MAGIC CHEF
I and addross is: Unknown.You -
1313 N.W, 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 i are hereby notified that a Consultation carries no obligation.
.. THE CHOICE FOR
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I suit for s-p -.rflnrspssss-s. psss.rss SS .A I
Divorce custody and control of -

.. I has minor been filed child against you in the ,. i CarefreeFailProof

i I above named Court and cause and
i you are required to serve a copy of I \
pleading to tlic complaint I Cooking
your answer or
MOVING ( on the Plaintiffs Attorney W o : :-
A. J. Thomas, Jr.. Starke. Fla. I : i:
and file the original In the office of I I 11 1 -;: ., INSPECTS TrJE FIRST i e
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on -
3 t
1'or before the 1 day of March. 1 ;;=5 L : COINS STRUCK AT i
I
LOCAL Safe PHONE i 1954.( otherwise the allegations OfI I MINTPHILADELPHIA
THE U. S. !
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will be taken
OR S I said Complaint as conft Exclusive
Dependable I -ssed by: you .
,
LONGDISTANCE 311 This notice shall be published .
S
EconomicalR. nce each week for four consecutive 1792. .
,
I 1 weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph ; .
B. Alvarez OR :i r/ -:.. Features
of
Hnted this 23 day January \ : -

Agents For TRANSFER AND 1954. \ ..4 I
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(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby ,
Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO. Clerk of the Circuit Cour' #
Dy Marian U Crosby. Deputy Clerk 1' ... rCOinSvvre I That Make Magic Chef
1/29 4t 2,19 k.' haIFdime'niede

STORAGEPeJ11.man >OTICE ';;-CREDITORS! I '. from household FREE INSTALLATION The Range Most Women

(1933 Probate ,-.t. See*. 118 120) _-_- Silver sent from I .

la the Court of the County Judge .___ ui' J1cJrltVerr1Jnth.t Want and Buy

Bradford County, Florida, -. : -. I 100 LB. TANK OF GAS
Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida In Probate .- Washingtonhomo.

.t_ __n ....."..<:::"" :r.. c __.""-" "' ,. r. -c--- ,, ___ ""j I I In re: Estate Deceased.of Eunice Alvarez A14fIi MODERN DESIGN
t anova. -
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To All Creditor sad Pemon Hav- %c'.fto .i'-'rr f7z"I1fi
lax CI..... or Dr_.... Against -- -- I FREE .

Estate MAGIC FLAME ,

For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write ,:notified You and and each required of you to present are hereby any A planned program of savings will be a very real helpin I UNIT BURNERS !

'claims and demands which you or

cither of you, may lave against the I achieving success in any field of endeavor its This Range Only $10.81 Per Month I
FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND estate of Eunice Alvarea Canova de i' Red Wheel Oven Heat

'ceased. late of said County to the never too early to start your savings account with our Regulator
County Judge of Bradford I
CHEMICAL CO. I>County. Florida, at his office in the bank. USE YOUR OLD STOVE AS DOWN PAYMENT

2220 N. W. 6th S1. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla. i I I court Starke,house Florida of, within said eight County calendar at- e Magic Oven Eye I.

DEMPSEY It. SAPP. Owner I months from the time of the ,

first publication of this notice. Each Safety Deposit Boxes to rent $3.60 &
0 claim or demand shall be In writ- up per MONTHS I
MOSS CONTROL hgand shall state the place of 30 : Swing Out Broiler

residence and post office address of year. ,
PECAN TREES SHADE TREES ETC. the claimant. and shall be sworn to

by the claimant, agent his agent or Concealed Flue Vents
Contact Us: Now For Estimates attorney, and any such claim or demand -. TO PAY ON BALANCE

not so filed shall be void. And Many Others. '
Termite Control F. A. Canova.As I

admlnstrator of the Estateof
Household & Commercial Eunice Alvarez Canova .

I Exterminating I First deceased.publication January 2!. 1954. t\t FLORIDA BANK at STARKE .

1/22 4t !Jl!

Rodent Control I Le CENTRAL FLA. GAS &

In Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford'PPJa County Member Florida National Group APPLIANCE COaI
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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK .I PlorUit la CbynrrrT 4'eM.! \
Anne Bullock Plaintiff, vs. Benjamin -

.. Bullock. 4th. Defendant 143 W CALL ST. Tc\RKF. FLA
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE L. EAt


r I TTTTTTTTTTYTYTTTTTT [8 p. m. in the school house. A :tucket, R. I., who has been visiting --' '-,'' '' '
i, \lJ # ;" 'lMI!!_ .....--.t' 1. (
special program for Founder's Day her daughter Mrs. Key Sargentleft I II

Keyslone Heights! will!! be presented with Mrs. Edith for her home this week. I

D Ridenour in charge. Hostesses \\illl Mrs. A. H. Ruscher has returnedto t

by Mrs Sara McDonald !be Mrs. M. M. Sargent. Mrs Wm. I Keystone after an absence ot I

k A Baker, Mrs. Gordon Purdy, and'several weeks. I ,

+....u.AWU..uL.uuOwensChristoffers Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr.
Mrs. Hill has returned to Key-

:Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Connerof stone and is staying with Mrs.

The TabernacleA f St. Mark's Youth I Miss Barbara Gertrude Christof- Ellwood City. Pa. will be guestsof Denmark for a few weeks.

I I fers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. B. H. Rose. The The Keystone Heights Woman's

highlight of the weekend To Be RepresentedAt 'Bernhardt Christoffers of Key- ,Conners, enroute to Hollywood Club is working on plans to repair t

services at the Tabernacle were ConventionThe stone Heights, and Byrns Lezelle ,Fla., will be South until the end or replace the roof of the

Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. ErnestS. of March. club house. As soon as it is I.e-
the pictures of Palestine shown by
Episcopal Church will hold Owens of Pensacola, were mar- Mrs. Edna Forrester of Jack- terminded what is needed bids ..
B. L. Fisher of Heightslast
.
Keystone its Annual All-Youth Conventionof ried Friday afternoon February sonville and :Mrs. R. L. Geiger of will be asked from local contrac- r

Friday night. These scenes the Diocese of Florida at Panama 4, at 5:30 o'clock in the Baptist ,Green Cove Springs are visiting tors.Mr.

were vivid reminders of God's City Feb. 12, 13 and 14. Student Union Center Chapel in their sister, Mrs. G. E. Wiggins.Mrs. and Mrs. Hugh C. Cameron j I SPECTACULAR NEW 1954PHIL

judgement on an unruly people Gainesville. Rev. Ernest S. Opens : Daisy Mansfield, while on of Pittsburgh Pa. were recent

and should be an admonition to Melissa Stallings and Jack :Miller II, brother of the bridegroom, of- a visit to Atlanta at the home of guests of Mr and Mrs. B. H. Rose.

those who see them. will represent The Young Peoples ficiated at the double ring cere- her daughter, suffered serious in-

Service League of St. :Mark's mony. jury from a fall. She was takento SEVENTH DAY
The baptismal pool was used t
again Sunday afternoon when a Episcopal Church. Preceding the ceremony a program a hospital and her daughter ADVENTIST CHURCH
of nuptial music was ren- Miss Sara Mansfield went to At- Services each Sabbath in old
arrival there will be
group from the Hampton Chris- Upon registration i
dered by Miss Delores Kimbrough lanta Friday to be with her mother. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab-
tian Church was present to wit- followed by the opening
and Herb Dorsett, soloists. Rev. bath School 2 p.m. Preachingeach
session. Communion will
ness this rite performed by Rev. Holy
Clint Kimbrough, organist played Mr. and Mrs. Perry are movinginto second and fourth Sabbaths
J. B. Dixon, pastor of the church. start the day for all delegates.
the traditional wedding marches. their new home on BrooklynLake 3 p.m. Elder Mostert pastor.
followed breakfast.The
share Saturday by
The Tabernacle is glad to
this week. Bible each 8 p.m.l I
Study Thursday
its facilities with other Christian rest of the day will be spentin
friends. Bible Study, Workshops and Miss Christoffers had as her Next Monday Feb. 15, the women Everyone welcome. 21minc TV

convention business. In the evening maid of honor :Miss: Charlotte Hon I I of cirle 2 of the Community CARD OF THANKS
Church will meet at Park-of- The kindness and sympathy of
Christian Church a banquet and semi-formal who wore a peacock green silk
dance will be held in the ball room organza gown over taffeta. A I the-Palms. There will be a morn- neighbors and friends in our recent "
4t'
ing session at 11 a. m. followed sorrow will always remain
stole and vti2 -
Bible School 9:45: a. m. Worship of the Dixie Sherman Hotel. matching long yellow
I by a luncheon at 12 noon. Mem- with us a precious Our
memory. I
mitts Her I
costume.
Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Regular Church Service will be completed her
bers of the other circles are invited sincere thanks and gratitude for I
m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- held Sunday morning at 7:30 bouquet was of yellow chrysanthemums -
to attend. Contact Mrs. Det- all those comforting acts. Mr. j
7:30 J. E. Sherwood,
day p. m. o'clock at St. Andrew's Church.
.weiler or Mrs. Norwood fob further and Mrs Luke Feeney and family I
Minister. This service will be attended by Mr. Owens had as his best man .
information.Mrs. I I
the entire church and all dele- Halle E. Huntsinger. Ushers were I I -- I c
Lawrence R. Bradley of |
Church of God gates of the Diocese.Presbyterian Richard Lovell. T. Eugene Dub- ;
Tryon. N C., sister of Mrs. Bert j|j TIlE RIGHT POINT for the
berly, and Herb \Villcox.
School 10 a.m. Morn- Christoffers and Mrs. H. O. Pat-1 I way you write Come In and select .
Sunday.. ChurchFriday The bride was given in marriageby i
ten of Ft. Lauderdale were visitors jour favorite ESTERBROOK
ing Wcrsaip! 11 a.m. Evenmg her father and was escorted to
at the Christoffers' home last Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at I
Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service the altar by her brother, Dr. Don- New Low
Feb. 12, 3:30: p. m., weekend. 'BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I Price
Tuesday 7:30; p.m. Prayer Meet. Junior Choir ald M. Christoffers. She wore an i
practice. Mrs Fred Aspinwall of Paw- ,
ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday. ivory satin gown princess style. I
Sunday. Feb. 14. 9:45 a. m., I '
Lawtey with Peter Pan collar studded with
Sunday School. 11 a. m., Morning I' JI.1Jlf 1d j \ e: 1K
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn seed peaxls. Her veil was of Illu-
Worship, sermon topic: "Our
ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving sion, and her tiara was studded
Christian Duty and Our Progress I .95
Saturday 7:30 p.m. : with seed pearls. She carried a I 11r
Toward It". 2 p. m., teams will FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke
corsage of white camellias with I
meet at the church to help with
St. Edward's Church white clipped taffeta leaves.
community census. 6 p. m., Youth r
Mrs. Christoffers, mother of the *
Fellowship Supper Meeting adult I
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. bride, wore a floor length gownof .
advisers hosts. 7:30 p. m., Evening i f- r rc-r r" -ff. f r f j
Weekday Mass T:30 a.m. rose beige, beaded at the neckline i
Worship, sermon and filmstrip,
Children's Class Saturday 11a. "The Journey to Rome". with accessories to match. REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor xt.mi1r4
m. Mrs. Owens, mother of the ,ng rt'III1'al1ax anS One "
Wednesday, Feb. 18, 7:30 p. m., Year '
Keystone Heights bridegroom, wore a silver gray Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Warranty on Picture Tube
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. i
I (Women's, Hub) lace gown over taffeta, with accessories -
Sunday Mass 8 a. nu 8 p. m., Adult Choir practice. of navy. Phones Office 234 Pastoriura 130
Thursday. Feb. 18 7:30
p. m.
Confessions before all Masses. Following the ceremony a reception -
monthly meeting of Board of Dea- -rf* rrfmr*ff frf '" ff f jjj.pftr-r -j--_ -*-_ ,
was held in the lounge of

Church ef ChristCorner cons. the Student Union Center. The Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. -'- ,

10th and McMahon bride's table was covered with an| Sup'iay School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 -. .
Methodist ChurchChurch heirloom cloth and was centered I P.M. J _

Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:51 with an arrangement of white i Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. __ r

'P.M. School begins at 9:45a. mums and snapdragon, flankedby II 9 '.: [ _____

m. Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell .. ___
and Bible Study :
Prayer Meeting silver candelabras. > -
: -: =( _: iI---/: : = _. --__ __-,. _>
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. will preach at the 11 o'clock churcn Cutting the three-tiered wedding I _

I More service Excellent on the serman topic. "The cake were Mrs. Howard Wallace -i .<-.--. .', : --$ --,_'_ .5-- : : :__ __ :.. -
St. Mark's Episcopal Way" Special of Gainesville and Mrs. John j

music will be furnished by the Ellis of Keystone Heights. Miss HEAR THIS SERMON SUNDAY
MacBlain
Rev. Raymond E. Senior Choir directed by Carl Tolly Tolleson and Miss Marilyn' r AlsoBRAND
Don't Settle for
Less Than
Schedule of ServicesSUNDAYS Roberts and by the Junior Choir Reed served punch. >I NIGHT 7:30

directed by Mrs. Wilma Dock- The bride's book by'' .
was kept NEW
9:45: a.m., Church School 11 stader. Mrs. Lawrence R. Bradley sister'of :: By Pastor Bob Gray: PHILCO DEPENDABILITYWe've

*jn., Morning Prayer & Sermon; Sunday evening at 7:30: the sub- the bride's mother. > II I

6:30: p.m., Young People's Service ject used by the pastor will be just received Rush
Upon their return from a northern ti. 'TURNING OVER A I a Shipment!

League. "The Sixth Commandment" Thou wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. j 54 TV SETS :It Hurry in now while you can own a full
HOLY COMMUNION"1st Shalt Not Kill. 'I
Owens will be at home in Deland quality 21-inch Philcb at this amazing new

Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday where both will complete their I m LIFE'WHAT i'I low price. It's the Philco 4001-E-just one
7:30 PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS :
studies at Stetson University. I
of models
!
a.m.FRIDAY many new
CHURCH I 1 With{ Free Installation'
l Among the out of town guests I
7:30 Litany & Meditation. Sunday SChOOl 10 a.m. Mr. S DOES IT MEAN?
p.m. \ were and Mrs. Ernest S. e High-Powered Super Colorado
S p.m., Choir Rehearsal. 1 Morning Service 11 a.m. Owens. and Rev. and Mrs. ErnestS. HOW IS IT ACCOMPLISHED? (INCLUDING AERIAL) Chassis!
Evening Service 7:30 S Brighter Picture-Controlled Uniformity.
p.m. ,
Owens II. Pensacola; Rev. and
CHRISTUX SCIENCE Prayer Meetings Wednesaaj Mrs. Leon Gambrel. Brooksville These Include 17 and 21-inch e Simplified Tuning-All Controls in View!

SOCIETY night 7:45 pm. Saturday nigh' Mrs. Lawrence R. Bradley, Tryon;, First Baptist Church, HamptonBible Screens in Model Nos. 2230. I Decorator-Inspired, Rich Ebony Cabinet.

Orange Park Fla N C.; Mrs. Florence Root, New 4000X. 4002, 3000 and 3001.

Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun- AIRPARK BAPTIST York; and Mr. and Mrs. Harry O School 10 A.M B.T U. 6:30 P.M. with and without U.H.F. FREE

day School 11 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Spe- Patton Ft. Lauderdale. Morning Worship 11 A.M DEMONSTRATION

Wednesday Evenings-1st Wednesday cial service by Rev. R. C. Crosbyat PT.t Sleeting Notice I -
"You've been
planning to So YO'ALL COME !
each month 8 p.m. 11 a.m. Public invited L G. The
regular meeting of the PTA 1
Public cordially invited. Nur ... ,, ,, .
-" ; ,0 .
Hemingway will 'f: -- -- -- -- -
pastor. be held
sery maintained for all services. .ear" i Tuesday Feb. 16, at I .- .--- :":;;:>= --" -. .' -..',- By Popular Demand -- We Repeat!

Community Center Building.

I Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17.

GOLD SEALLINOLEUM J'
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Ol \
95 9 t
LATTER DAY SAINT fJ
I :
Services each Sunday in old Ma- RUGS 6A-

sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday : >

School 10 a.m.. Sacrament Service r
Large 9x12 Size
6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.

hx '
HAMPTON
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CHRISTIAN CIIURCII i ___
,.
,
Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship I wW.nu w. ONE ONLYPhilco

Service 11 Youth I II I WELBILTV
a. m.; Program II I
I
l 6:30 p. m. Evening Service 7:301 I I

p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon pastor.I r Elec. I i I

BAPTIST HEILBKONN CHURCH j':: Gas Ranges I iI I


Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching :, i I .
RANGEIooel Bottle Gas
11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: i As Low As

,.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer I I .

Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. j
I i
Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt pastor. : C42S i $ .50
) $99.95
f 6
.. / t '
L1T !
UOODL.UVN MISSIONARY ] [1 DOUBLE OVEN Cylinder

BAPTIST CHURCH I II.A'TEY / / '- '.- .. ........ j
I ..." .,..,. .....v. i Lf
FLA. L LISTS AT $H9.9:; .-
10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. : -

preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43: prayer I ------ \ : I OUR PRICE
(
service 7 o'clock song services i I I
i SOFA BEDS59i1tI1j
7:30 evening services. -
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FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH I 95

LTEYFLI I The M w 1954 .Chevrolet B.l Air 4-door Mdoa With thrM great terto; 3'29BRAND
Ch.noltt oil... the mod beautiful cho c. of _odds i. ,t, 6.Id.
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching i

11 a. m. & 7:30: p. m. Midweek New
style. New power. New and
service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. I> economy. yet

A. E. Massey, pastor.

Bible SChool-10 A. U.



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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1%, 1954
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Crews In Race Slade GratefulFor i Basketball Fine Report Operating Loans I All Questions About Governorship Faulkner Rites

Early SupportIn Made To 21 Farm
For District 3 Of Scout .
C of C DriveT. Troop Families In 1953 : Held Wednesday

School BoardStafford Games Tonight Given At : Now 'In The Mill' For Decisions .
the RotaryA
of
H. Slade. president I Clifford L. carrie, County Supervisor Ben Jams Faulkner, 80. a resi1 -

Chamber of Commerce stated that I (Continued from page one)II Farmers Home Administration I dent of Bradford County for the
L Crews of New River been to the Scout 1 All the big constitutional queF- that the two-year
response had good Boy Court of Jeview has announced that 21 I governor is not i past 23 years. died at his home
announced yesterday that he will to business[I Mid Smith also came with tidns m Florida's unprecedented i prohibited from
recent letter sent up some was held at the Rotary Club operating loans have been madein succeeding himself near Starke :Monday afternoon .

be a candidate for School Board houses soliciting 1954 member- valuable free throw shooting in the luncheon meeting Wednesday as the amount of $23.955 to family- governorship muddle are now in because there is no mention of the following a long illness. He had

member from District 3 (Breaker ships. last period, hitting true 5 out of 7 a highlight of National Boy Scout type farmers in the Starke Unit the hands of the State Supreme ban in the constitutional clause farmed all of his life, and was a

and New River) In the spring Mr. Slade expressed thanks to tries and bucketing one field goal. Week. during this fiscal year. Loans Court for answers. dealing with election of a man to member of the Baptist ChurchMr.

primaries. those who have already mailedin Bradford jumped into a 15-9 first Scoutmaster Harry Green gavea have been made for farm expenses Are Acting Governor Charley E. fill a vacancy. I Faulkner was born in Wil-

Mr. Crews has previously served their memberships and urged quarter lead upped it to 26-20 at fine report of the year's work such as seed feed, fertilizer insecticides Johns and State Senator Leroy Salary Kaise ProblemThe i liamsburg. Ky.. Jan. 25. 1874 th'

two terms on the School Board others to do so before they forgetit. halftime, but saw Gainesville tie with Troop 70 which included 58 fencing farm machinery II Collins eligible to run in this year's question of Johns' and Collins -i son of the late Jesse and Minerva

and feels that he is well qualified. "When your membership is it up and go ahead 32-30 at the advancements. rank and 130 livestock, and other farm and special election to fill the unex- eligibility is tied up with a Bennett Faulkner.

for this position. He is chairman mailed it in is doubly appreciated close of the 3rd quarter. Merit Badge awards. The Scout- home expenses. pired term of the late Governor provision of the 1953 general appropriations -I. Surviving besides his widow

Service Local Board it saves the time of some- Dan McCarty? act which named '
Selective because a
of master also
Lewis and Smith got busy however reported that the Operating loans are made to China Cummings Faulkner
are
has been a member: who would otherwise have to Will the man elected this yearto salary of $15,000 for the
No. 18 and one in the last quarter and be- TTOOD won three first class awardsat family-type farmers who cannot per year two daughters. Miss Mary E
since its organization. He has been around and solicit" the pres- tween the the District Scout festival and t serve out the two remainingyears Governor a raise from $12,000
go two of them outscored |obtain adequate credit from banksor I j Faulkner of Starke. and Mrs. Cat '
for many years at the ident said.Rites. also took second of Governor Mccarty's term The constitution says that no
employed Gainesville 18-12 for a well-earned place in the other lending agencies. The lie Mae Jordan of Alma Ga five
Johns store in Starke. be eligible to run in 1956 to succeed -I' member of the legislature which
Carl North Florida Council at the Scout
victory. Gainesville I
fouled a lot in main purpose of such loans is to sons Paul Faulkner Starke: Pres-
this last period after Bradford Exposition. Troop 70 was further help family-type farmers make|I himself for a four year term? raises the salary of an office may i iI : ton E.. Robert L., and George M
i These and other questions must be elected to that office until his!
S. E. Simmons ThursdayFor went ahead as they were desper- honored by winning the District improvements in their farming ; I Faulkner, all of Jacksonville. ana
!be settled soon by the court. Until legislative term has
expired.
BoardOf ately trying to get the ball and Attendance and Achievement operations which will result in a I Ben Nelson Faulkner of Lakelandtwo

Named To W. D. DukesWilliam score. Robinton, with 22 points awards for 1953.P. profitable system of fanning. the decisions are announced, voters Johns is a member or the senate brothers Ester Faulkner

PharmacyActing was high man for both teams 10 T. Noun chairman of the Some of the improvements madeor I I and candidates alike will continue.I for a term ending in 1956. He Duff. Tenn.. and Isaac Leger ovBarbersville

.of his points coming in the last Troop Committee said that Troop to be made this year on bor- to exist in a kind of political noman'sland |I contends he is eligible because the I I'I' Ky.: and one sistei I
Charley E. David Dukes: 80. pion- quarter. in which forces cannotbe .i I salary increase was not valid in
Governor 70 is generally recognized as the rowers' farms are cross fencing; ''I' Mrs. Mary Davis. Montezuma
Johns has appointed Stephen E. eer resident of Bradford County best in the ''strict.' consolidated or sides taken in-!. its method of clearing the legislature Iowa.
Arnold Smith and Paul Rivers troop It now improved pastures such as Pan-

Simmons of Starke on the State died Tuesday at Steinhatchee i tied for top scoring honors Tuesday has a members'--p: of 42 boys. I I gola, Bahia clover, etc; temporary telligently. I[ and that he .ias "rolledback" Funeral services were held af
for some Starke
of ;
has
he had been living course a special the salary to $15,000! under
The new appointee where '
-
Board of Pharmacy. and assista- I
night against Palatka more a must be added pastures of oats rye Sweet Lupine the graveside in Conner Cemetery
fills the position vacatedby time. He was born at New memberof River, points but Lavon Lewis was with close 13 before the enrollr-.ent is further in- : Hairy Indigo millet etc.; I I interest the home in the outrame because ifis ::',emergency powers giveii the Gover- Wednesday afternoon at 2
a of Governor
and was Acting
of 1873, nor.
of the term Oct. 4, iCollins'
exmration
the [ creased.
behind with fertilizing and planting hybrid] o'clock with Rev. W. E. Hall '
12
Baptist Church.Mr. and Edward Ak- t I I Johns who was catapulted into the an!
William S. Ware of Branford. [ the Primitive Plans for corn purchase purebred boars and term in the senate ends Rev. Wm. L. Wilson
had farmed most of ridge had 9. Bradford led throughout developing the new ; statewide limelight by the deathof officiating
In making this appointment' Dukes the game and was never real- I Troop 70 camp site near Hawthorne bulls; feeding minerals and pro- Governor with the general election this Arrangements were in charge ot
McCarty.
Gov. Johns named the first Phar- his life. brothers ly hard pressed. Palatka had was described to the Rotary tein supplements to hogs and cat- year. ;He maintains he is eligible DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homt'J
of Bachelorof I Surviving are two I A new angle was added to themuddled" under J
with degree 19Z7
macist a a Supreme Court .
of Worthington some tall boys, but not more than 1 I Club, which is the Troop's spon- tie. Active pallbearers were Rufus
the board H. Dukes picture Tuesday when I
Science to serve on Drew ruling which allowed a state Alvarez. Lucian Conner
Dukes of Bradford could handle. Fosher was soring organization. These loans bear five Frank
James percent : ;
and Fpealcer of the House C. Farris
Springs. senator under the
for four years.Simmons precisely same
is a graduate of the Goulds; three sisters, :Mig. Nellie I their top scorer with :fo points.Palatka's Scoutmaster Green invited interest. are repayable in one to Bryant asked the Supreme Courtto conditions to run for governor on Norman froe. and Tully Fred Norman. L. L. Ren-
Mrs. Kate La- girls team proved to Rotarians to the next Court of and secured by Haislop.
Plant City, seven years are Leon
of Pharmacyand Cain of reverse a County Circuit the theory that the prohibitionends
Philadelphia College and :Mrs. Anne be too much for the BHS girls to Honor which will be held in Starkeon and chattel mortgages.
Science which institution is field of Clearwater handle crop Court ruling that the two-year simultaneously with the time. The boys behaved nicely ex
and they fell under 57-36 March 25.Demonstrations.
Harrell of Brooker. a Farmers needing financial as- to be named the forthcoming for little
the first and oldest. anu governor in -j I governorship election. cept a trouble coming
known as score. The ,
held at girls' record now standsat these and
were sistance to establish
universally recognized as one of Funeral services of first aid for election can hold office.i back.
5 wins and 6 I
losses.
the best pharmacy colleges in the New Hope Primitive Baptist snake bite burns, and artificial other practices may obtain infor- for six years if re-elected by the !iI FFA NEWS Reporter: Julian Wasdin
Church near LaCrosse Thursday The Palatka mation from the Farmers Home in 1956. I
girls people
country. were good ball respiration were given by members I i I

afternoon at 2 o'clock.In handlers. The forwards were extra !I i of the troop. Administration Office servicing i Other Arguments The F.F.A. Chapter has been :
Bradford, Clay, Duval St. Johns, i W. C. T. U.
NOTICE 0\ I\TK\TIO\ good shooters and the home la.s-I i Arguments on the question ofJohns' I busy this week putting lockers together -
UKtJISTKH PICTI1101! NAME &ies gamely tried to halt their win- Nassau and Union Counties. The I
eligibility were completed for the school. There were
is hereby given that the Patten
:Notice
undersigned under the provisions of his new position the pharmacist ring ways. Marcia Hazen rang up Judge I office is located in the Brownlee last week and the court has pend- I I i about 250 lockers in jll the 16 TIlE: CHAINS OF IIABFT ARF

Chapter J0.9i3: Laws of with Florida.the will serve for four years. :13 points for high scoring honors, Building 102 South Thompson ing before it a motion to deter- I. packages that the school obtained. TOO SMALL: TO BE FELT I N-
A ts of 1941. will register candidates for Will Head WOW
examire .
will Street. Starke.Guard
and
He Jackie
Prevatt had 10. Emma I 1 TIL TilEAIlE TOO STRONG
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and mine whether Collins is eligible We are sorry that Mr. '
for Bradford County, State of Florida license to practice pharmacy in Davis scored 25 for the visitors There hint Fergo..1-I'TO BE BROKEN.
was no as to when son had to leave school
upon receipt of proof of publication Florida. and will pass on the res- and her tall Memorial Class
of this notice the fictitious teammate, Jo Ann ; Loses these decisions might be made; cause of the flu. We went to Tam (VOICE MAGAZINE.)

r.'ime of Jerome Johns Oil Company toration of license for violatorsof Baggett, counted 19 points. Jim- \ The court has already handed pa Feb. 6 and had a wonderful I i ,
under which I am engaged in busi- the State pharmacy and narcotic Cole and Babs
r.esa at Starke. Bradford County. my Lance, guards Circuit Judge G. L. Patten of To NAS 8077The down two rulings to clear urj issues ---
Florida. both went out on fouls in the third Starke placed membership with that developed immediately
laws.He
That the sole owner of said busl- sessions of the quarter after Ie 's Clothing I
n<*sa U: Jerome Johns Starke. Fla. attended playing good ball. Camp 138 Woodmen of the World after the Sept. 28 death of Governor .1111 ll1 ALVAREZ' STORE II
Dated this %%nd day of Janaury board in Gainesville last week, at The girls made a real game of it last week and will head a class of local National Guard cagers McCarty. It held that Johns Estabhshed 189-1 j

A.D.County 1954, Florida.at Starke. Bradford which time 85 of a total of 129 in the first period when the score new members intended to be a liv- lost a hard-fought 80-77 decision' took over the duties of governoras

1/%% 4t %/1% applications passed the five part was knotted 15-all, but Palatka ing memorial to deceased faithful to the Jacksonville NAS team Sat- resident of the senate. anddidn't

began to pull away in the second Woodmen who died last year from urday night. The FASRON Six actually succeed to the


-* Sell .It Rent It Trade It quarter remainder Only two and of stayed the game.out front the Starke The local Camp.Camp sustained the State and NAS is AAU the quint number championship) won two the team last Florida in year the,' held that governorship this a special itself.in election order It to also must fill ruled the be %WINKlM ELECTRIC SERVICE

year
games remain on the
loss of three members in 1953 and Jacksonville area now. f

%WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow girls'the other schedule.is Tuesday One is tonight night when and Woodmen the selection in their of a honor class will of con-new The Guardsmen led through the, vacancy. BI''ant's OpinionIn 'p1l1Tf!!

the girls and boys travel to Lake tinue through March. The deceased third quarter, but were unable toj I his argument before the court

City for return games. The boys maintain their narrow margin in Tuesday. Bryant contended that I
Rates Good Results Easy To Place members being honored! I
The club
the final period. local
are just about finished with their the constitutional ban Florida
are: A. Z. Adkins V. R. Reddish, on a I RADIOAND

tO WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION - 50e regular scheduled games, too, but and D. E. Knight. All were well !had only six of its players out, governor succeeding himself applies -
they do have their tournamentgames known and their loss is credited largelyto to a two-j'ear governor asi I I
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c : and respected in Bradford I
coming off week after next a lack of reserves. well as a four year executive He I I
m! ror.\T Of' is PER CENT oTWO: OR MORE 1\4jtRTIO\; County and among members of the
Feb. 25 through Feb. 27. After the fraternity throughout the area. Scoring by the locals was as argued that the purpose ot the TELEVISIONSales

:k' AIM)ITIO\\L FOR LI\I) ADS OR ADS NOT PAID ADVANCE: district contests, the state tournament follows: Frank Dryden 30. Jack prolrbition was to prevent < go"enor -

starts March 4 in the Uni- An appropriate Memorial Cere- Eaves 16, F. O. Jones 14, George from using hs powers: mitt' .". "

MEMOR1ANS, CAKn OJF THANKS. RESOLUTIONS 20c PER LINE versity of Florida gym. mony is being planned by Starke'I Winkler 7, Hugh Ingram 6, and ly in order to perpetuate himseU ,I

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) Woodmen. acoording to J. W. Yeo- Jim Hurst 4. in office. This danger would be

i Gold Head Park man, secretary of Camp 138. He The team will play the Gaines- just as great with a two-year asa j I and Service I

.104.. n L """"""' _" LET J. O. OnOM stated that the memorial meeting:'' ville Guardsmen in the armory four-year governor. Bryant said I .eeee rrsrs-.tr.tJs.rfl prsaflrs nsA SSfl sSSSSSSSS

C. II4MII.K Toni JR. Gets More Cabins, for Adkins, Reddish, and Knight'was here tonight (Friday). Fans are J. Lewis Hall. appearing as at-I 224 N. Templeve.. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida 1

A. J. THOMAS 1'TLE'II- SALES: _HOGS Other AdditionsSeveral on the agenda of business for invited out to see what pdomisesto tone> foi Brailey Odham. .... ... ,, ,_ ,_ .. _
Lire Oak the regular meeting of the fraternity .="- ,, ",. ...... :<"""' .,,",, "'" '"""" u
REAL ESTATE imOKERJ04 Kat-a: Mrdnehday be a good game date foi the two veai term argued .
Trail'Are. T.I,.... 814Starke. <:*l e",ille Each Friday here Friday night, Feb. 12, at

Florida improvements and 8 o'clock.
FOR
crete SALE Block- J" r 8" x IS" Con. changes are in progress at Gold mm mm
18c eaih. Plenty of The local camp meets in the
'lASFoil Mortar Mix and Cement. Head Branch State Park -
&II.K ford 94. Engineering Company. Phone Brad. Keystone Heights. Included in near the recently redecorated hall upstairsat tl a r M piMONARCH iT

tf the railroad on Call Street.
program are five new tourist cot-
I-I.ot. for ".11.\. 1'11UI8M"
Hour Pal' Vi dan, halanrrhea TWENTYSE'EX'HE FARM- tages, new combination shower
"'* pi*** are approved aa lois granted. water also 3 room
house. See J. U Ragwell Rt. 2 grounds, and resurfacing of the

3.-Mr. furaUhed Lake. hoate O.DKIDI.I.y near Farmers Market. 2tp 2/29 bathing area and beach. Enter Race

Jl ST .\ FEW LEFT The park area open to the public -
3S: farm ""U'nl.,,' .nd We Don't Waal Vm 4i.
S-- acre ;
will be for School BoardDan
very near patrd road. 3 bedroom lou ('aa !!.,.. ''Ia enlarged by adding 80
.",,111., with Modernrnatmirarea. AT COST: more acres that have been hereto-
Priced for lendtaaa
lit ".rtla. JIM HO DESK ('. fore fenced off. / /
dnrlllaft- \I.t: II Ht A W. Starling; a resident of ,

4-Lake front properly near Kejktvne Dally!AOW Heiniadem._u_____ __2_.71_: __\___lue__ J.7iS'tULL : Lake Johnson's bathing area the Lawtey area for more than 40 I i. .

ilelabili..Moteis and beach will be enlarged and years, announced this week that t 1 i

*-. and Mvtel !Mien, 1.7Salae SIZE! DK-K- .OW('\I.I''II.\IC...h _.100"Pebble improved by pumping in sand from he would be a candidate for ;&|iprttgl -

Lake. School Board. District 1 (LawteyMr. > t.
._..__.I 1411___ ,(___ I. tluaJ :3.S DESK (' 11.. REFILLS W1 S 'P P S "
1.40 value .O\V When the work is finished there Starling, who is engaged in -
!3elilttDKOItll
----h I I will be a total of 14 cottages I farming and cattle raisins! : stated

RADIOS REPAIRED I ('Ol"1'"- TELKCiKIPIISALE available for use by summer that he would make a formal announcement I t\l, I a' I l ti | ,

All Slake All Model campers. later.DON'T .
Rra..Hble rkarce .. FOn -Maxwell '
CHA9. C.: : ; .r.\\ 1aneh. well 'luil'Ped. Chicken. J'j -
TfIS W. 'all St. alarke Ph. 239' i:> 4'Tr.t land dwelling tools en. C Ch
with all '
modern... conveniences and furni r4' I't
Unfurnished home. Inquire tur '
FOR RENT- Highway
100 :
Keystone. SPEND YOUR t !
If Height.Koad
at Bus Station. Phone 17-It-i. j \ / -

4tchg :2;12: :
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I-x'al
WHY NOT INVESTKJATE / t .
GOOD MONEY ,
FOR
hospital plan has opening for a Foil XT-I.rootn I .. s. .
house -
man or woman tn represent them stal ake. Keystone on ('r>'- ," II.- 4 : S. I
in Staike and miiniundriE area Partly Height.- S .
furni-hed : ,
;
Kent I e -
Eipenenoe not ne l'Sllary. as we .''''lIa\'l Heasonable A TROUBLESOME .r
have a successful training pro W. lolle.s, 1'.."Attorney. Office 'r..m.nt t f.''Ir < : 4L .;; k
gram. Appointment furnished ___Ke.nme llelghl.4l.'h Kuilding.. .,' ? $
dally If you are not afraid to I J i:: HEADACHE I
work and have the desire to Ret IlU! _
SIL.VKU :
I IX)MB HOI'SK tR' :
ahead and want to earn in KXt'KSS cidiiplete Trailer
in every detail May lie 0 I
personal OF interview$6.000 YEARLY.write to A.For A. seen(Court anytime Route at 1.Pi-iehuist Box Trailer Years uf Priceless Experience in Research Work by El. f-- HiT.1

Parmenuer P O. L'ox JS77 Jack 100 gin National Watch Co. gives truly) remarkable i.
sonville. Fla. Sip j, 5 Jtp 2/19 you a ;

COSMETIC COXsn.TAN'T WATCH I
KOit ii.\Ltr.-8 8/H arrex good farm ford flay (or Brad. '
and
land ..n graded road by Joe No- Full training t'mon Counties. : .
gels "riI. fo-itact (J. F. Odom. i ster's in make-up by Lu- t
; make
miles South on Keystone 1:,>801. I others, full or mopey slowing BEAUTIFULLY STYLED TO : -, -
part time i
Make me an offer. !II' !,J IjUlit-rV (VsineticPox Write :
1006. Or-
: Und... Fla.
Please Your
FOR s.tLArgentine tfchg Personality
I FOH '
SALEHa1tl1y
Bahia Grass Seed. Florida *ood ntialitv
Uiant and California .
r
germination 95.50 per ct'nt.-See I Wonder Pepper Plants. Ready for MODERATELY PRICED TO t\
L. J. Green Green's Store. transplanting March 1-15. Dovie ,A
.1 1-:. Conner. f'.nn..r

Stchg-2t12 ___'t.enPh.,,"" 'e; Pros.:t'h_ .Ins'.n Please Your Purse t.i HOW MANY DIFFERENT AND COMPLETE WORDS CAN YOU MAKE FROM THE

FOR itENT-OUan close in apartments -I FOR HKXT-Four room cottage LETTERS IN THE WORD MONARCH
and rooms. all nicely furnished $*C
.- Also three rooms and oon\enieuces.bath cot lights and %ra t..r. Kingslrv per month.Ij Ve Only) ELGIN gives you the WATCH with the Million 1IJs Here are the rultt 4

Madison tage. Hrasonable St. rent.4tchg 201 !/tv:<. P.nad ro\ 4i4 1p,. I Dollar Look for as little as $33.75 R Just writ down en any pius of pop.r the different word you can form by btirg any combination

Foil.. \LJ.-IO acres cle3--e <'tnIIXfI SEE <>ni h' 'ielectricity and water. i : namoi and stan, expressions may not be vsed.

This* of Sprt-ial all .sites Salt- on bloomIng Axala Will hnler. ell all r; or de-ieral nart.. Write Delivery('. W I On ELGIN gives you the WATCH with the Million 1 After you have written en a sheet of paper all the words you have been ab. to make,fill In the
at amaziriRlv low .
price. .10 tu 1* In.. 100 for $10 L.arg'- _!p: .rVpi itO Dollar DURO-FOWER MAIN SPRING Guaranteed entry blank. blow, making sure to list the total. of the words you have been able to form, and ...11N )

.l 101..11I11111I"I..a"."l,'h. ;;01'. 75t; $1 00 FOIl S,I.t't ..' .-art'lrv toKin i your paper complete with entry blank to the authorized Monarch dealer Rsted below.

1JI.nm'Itf7.1.1-:.\ I-\RIIJ-XS ,, p..rf-ct .">"diti.n; P.inaM Never to Break in Service Winners wH b. judged by accuracy and earGncu of To qualify, entry blank or reoievible facsimile of tame
1'. f ,-a<.|< :MrA.. F Saul. mt* awarded ( must be filled and the mail
O 15m 1SS. Earlt..n. Fla ij% postmark Only out gracd: Prize will be your out completely sent through
Pauline Karle Collins Mahnne St ItchlfF r 8 choice of ether; the MONUCH POllutE SIWING Only one entry per person allowed.certificates .
SEE THESE MARVELOUS ELGIN WATCHES
I the MONAICH VACUUM CLtANIK). In
MACHINE or
WAXTKIV MAX Oil WOMAN t.. attribute < |{ $\I.E-X..w "it: Ford IVLuxe
Watkinn Xati.malJv Advertised P--kiin Mai-- offer John C.rn- G: cat of tie for other awords, duplicate merchandise Contest ends Saturday Midnight.. Only/ entries post-marked
I'rxMlurtN to "e-tsblishfd (.us. ham Rt i. Pox :;t-i, S miles V "FOR HIM""FOR 0 w3l be awarded. All entries become property before that deadline wIR; be cons- er.d.AH prize; winners
tumers in Starke. Full or I'arttimE' Starke. Hiehwav :SOI. ;ti !''!> of!this Coe.ponyond the decision of!he judges shal be final Will be notified immed lately after e judget'final/decisions.
Earnings unlimited. Nu 'ar S
or other investmrnt nwessar FI''NII HER"FOR f .
Writ Mr <' K. nubl;>. IVpt. F-S. ATMimiEXT for rent
The J II. Watkins Co.. Memphis.Tenn. -nf' kitchen and VALENTINEPresented
ItP front norrh. Sirs' F. t .
H Ixmsr. 40*, WAlnut St. !------.5I.p'- --------- --- -
;t),. PllnUp 4
FOR S.\L.-Thr. bedroom dwellIng .

In Brooker.with all modern Large lot.ronienlences fruit Ir...... WANTF.D-Wsanig: pijt. State through the courtesy of Elgin National CONTEST I ENCLOSE LIST OF .. .. .. .....WORDS BC
and khruhhery. Pargaln price for tvpe ard priw. Max D. Fisher. Rt ,
uulok ale. Mrs. Nora Sann.flrnoker 1. Brooker. Fla. !tt :I/1J! Watch Co., and their authorized dealer and distributorin ENDS ,
Fla. !tP :11' : NAME
Starke -
and Bradford County
'
FOR RENT-Four room furnished
FOR nEXT: Furnished hnll'f' c"f.7th house. Contact Gladys Harrington :- MIDNIGHT ,
and St. Clair StsV.. U Sil- (Washington and \Yatt'r'l
("01:. UpiOOD ItP It IAIA ADDRESS -

( PEAXVT HAT at $!S per. Ed Simpson Gem JewelrySTARKE'S i SATURDAY /" ,

to'l.1,00 pure sugar' fan syrnn i. FOR HEXT-Fi\'f' room furnished I CITY _ PHONE _
at t! per eat II. M. Pou""I"". Ft. house. Couple or couple and infant FEB. 20 STORES, Inc. ,
White. Fla. 4tl"hll' :hTROPl'AI. 'or.preferred.. Washington Gladys and Harrington.Water Sts. J LEADING JEWELERThe j 408 W. Forejth Check On.: I am !Inter.sted in thi n.w 1954 MONARCH '

FISH FOR SALE _I UP [ii' 'fiIf fas iffi "" "'lj "k tM Jacksonville, Fla. 0 Electric' Sewing Ma:hln. O Vacuum Cttantr 1
House of Fine
Sword Tails. Angels. Blue Gour- I Diamonds

ami-t pn.vd and M Klark A Pa'ne.Yoi'"t T>tras. reasonably Mad! .:FOR hu"e REN'T with-Five bith room',unfnrnishf'd'i, :; Z"Bf' .,........ ,.....,--- --..----a-- -..-...,4 ,

Ion. Starkr Height.4tp 3-i Thomas on Alton Road Itp .
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