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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 3, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Andrews AnnouncesFor 1500 Student Musicians To AppearIn 'XtiT -.o4 t 't t, r 7 tiilF =.ltP t t s5r ,




District Band Meet Next MarchThe

CongressmanIs

FluiuU 5th District BanJ SIC publisher, and band i 1:\.-.t,1110-

Contest will bring 25 high school j ment and uniform maniac turm

Odiid.- to Starke on Saturday, I'! representatives will have an opportunity -
Opposed I
i March 17 Approximately 1,500; 'i to visit Starke un th -

band m.-mbers and majorettes i day.

will pertotm! in concert and sight- j "For many years J.uk'iiu>!! '

To Integration reading during the day. t! and Gainesville were lonsuleiei' r 'e

: Beginning at 8 o'clock that .j the only cities m the dlS:flt'l

C't night at the BUS football field having ample facilities for < on-

Guy Andrews. 47-year-old I each band will perform in drill ducting this festival successfully'BHS

1 s competition putting on their fanciest I Band Director M II Thompson -
Ftarke realtor and civic leader, i ('KOUI II jriCKLV! GATHERED around the mall Reno where
: cottage Mose William> killed. hK wift
I show of the year. said. "As director of vounband. MurderSuicideTakes
today announced as a candidatefor As a grand finale, in mass formation I firmly believe that we and then committed !suiciuV List Sunday afternoon. Scene of tragedy is Highway; 16 just vast of \'oU.

U. S. Representative from I I all bands will play together have everything here in Starke Marling's grocery.

North Florida's Eighth Congressional !,: several numbers conductedby i that is necessary to make this Lives

District. the judges of the contest, who I event a big success and a happy

T are out-standing people in the occasion for the many hundreds
Andrews said he would peg his I
field of band music. of people, who will be with us on Of
campaign on the critical issues I Negro CoupleA
r't Many parents, chaperones mu- I this day.
01 bolstering farm income, main- ;

taining segregation in public Bradford Growers Gird Themselves quiet Sabtath was suddenly
schools, accelerating industrial and turned into bedlam about 3.20

commercial development, and the last Sunday afternoon when shots
activation of defense establish For Annual Fight With 'Muda GrassBy rang out of a small mutation

ments in the District's 15 counties. Starke Chamber of Commerce. I brick-covered cottage in Reno

Citing a "grievous lack of Congressional He is a Moose, Mason, Shriner Sani McGaney .| the cultivated crop I Ii Siarke's: Negro settlement

leadership" since the Elk, Legionnaire and Forty and With another spring plantingtime 1 i i Pulling it out by hand( is resorted I Dead on arrival of officers was

District was created four years'' Fighter, and is active in the First almost here, growers and i i! to on occasions, but the 1 Katie Mae Williams 36-yt-ar-old tscI

ago Andrews said: "Inertia and Presbyterian Church of Starke. : farmers and even home gardeners, I drawback to this scheme is that I Negiess. who had been employedas

inaction seem to have become the' He is married to the former Eliza- once more prepare to do battle'1, weeks later, by the time the per cook at the Guidon Gull fm

byword, and that is a crime when : beth Graham Sanders and they : with Bradford County Enemy No. I, son gets half way across the 12 years.

wished off on the people in the have two sonsAndrews I 1 Bermuda grass" I II patch the rows already done :, Dying was her 32-year-uhis: |

form of empty promises. Action, : noting that farm income I To be sure there are other)I I show: signs of the hateful stuff ) band Mose. an emplo\c .if Hficules -

and not idle words is needed iC'' has dropped 25 percent troubles and woes which beset Many a person in this county ha ,I Ii Powder Co.

North Florida is to share the pro- since 1952, warned, "The farm I the man who plants, but the I !tried to overcome Bermuda grass' Badlv frightened wuI.iii: Sue

-.pentv of its neighbors." i problem has leached the puintwh..re worst pest of all, the most "hateful" -i this way, but so far. we've never ; eggett.. Katie's daughter bv .1

Says District !Slighted I immediate action is neces- by far is 'muda grass. i I,I heard of one successful case yet. i: former marriage who told! officers -
Andrews quoting Congressional sary." lie said he would seek We won't waste time describing Generally, after weeks of backbreaking I Ii she heard her mother and

statistics, said the Eighth District :; full {"0 percent parity, and wenton :t. for those who are familiar with I i I work, the prison stomps I II I Hose arguing in the ;iicdiooni I t F

received less than one-sixth i to say, "The farm is oursmallest it know it only too well, and I out of the field l, crying: "Did': over what, she did! not knn.\ j Qrrh b

ot one percent of federal military I economic unit. Past his- those who don't are quite hippy: bum it1! You can take over the I There was a tussle over a i-hot- ; ,

appopriations alloted Florida for I tory shows that unless it is put on so we'll leave them that way. '.j field, far's I'm conceined" gun the arguing pall n1OVp,'
IP5C, by far the lowest amount of a sound economic ground, the entire i The experts have finally de- into the kitchen then. a sh.1
!Suffice it to the stuff I
that
the eight districts. The Eighth' nation is in jeopardy." I say. ,' wised a method of idding a field Ilof j rang out.Janie .
his the unhappy ability to
received 725 thousand dollars'i grow ) the pesky grass. Plant a' Sue ran from the houseto fc&AlM vtfAm'mwm
Opposes{ Integration I both above and below the soil,
while the other seven districts donse-growing crop such as Ses- !' seek help, but her mother tea:
I Andrews also said he is positively i spreading both by seed and by ,
shared 479 million dollars, : bania. they say, and it will choke : already mortally wounded Katiietajgered +
ing 70 million dollars each.R\'erag-I Andrews opposed to racial integration. ,, roots, and that when it gets a' out the 'muda grass. Well maybe 'II II from the house. m.idi !, r
start in field it'sbad I
a or garden
declared. i Ille added, "I do not believe it is : I i I this works for some, but we've 'it to the front gate, where sin felt
indeed.
This year's race for Congress i: fair for the children, white or news I[ heard of many instances where i dead.
Inot! Andrews' first bid for 1: There are lots of ways that I'the> grass choked out the crop! : Apparently; terrified b\ ulir
I I colored, to bear the brunt of integration -
public office. In 1948, he was t farmers use to try and get rid I! supposed to kill it, and then /grew''! he had done. Mose turned! t'lI'Jon
elected Tax Assessor of Bradford that is being pushed off of it. i r[ better than ever i| birrelled gun nn him-e't'! -M + ause

County. and relinquished the office on them. This question demands ;: Some have tried burying it ;; Some farmers in this area have!: somehow managed to trip I t>u,

four years later to make an I I a fundamental and sound approach deep by using a turn plow, thus a system that works. When one i Ii | trigger, and sent a ih.iii ur

unsiicressful race for congrt'ss.I I by adults. They must not make I hoping to bury it so deep that itstill i of their fields gets some 'muto I buckshot through his b
Andrews said he did not seek'' a battleground of the schoolyard.! rot. Apparently, there isn'ta grass in it, they simply abandon !I above the he.iit. lit. spmultd: 1 1 (

the Congressional seat two years The question, Andrews said, "Calls plow big enough on the market it for row crops and use it for ], dead in the living; room

ago because he felt "the incumbent tor leadership, and I want it plainly !! to bury the troublesome grass pastute. I Relieved to be a contrib'i wig

should have four years in understood that I support deep enough- for in a short time I I Rut that's another cussed factor to the Sunday traged\ \" < '

c.ffice to prove or disprove his''' separate but equal educational 1 up it comes in the corn or peanuts -- thing about the fanner's :, Moses jealous temperament. Officers -

,aunty" lie added, "The time opportunities for all. By no means I stronger than ever. I I I public enemy number one. It i! said there was n() evident ,.__ -' *?,%-pJ4! ..
tin a change is obvious." I do I agree with the ruling of the Another method is to try to cut will! grow in any place you don't ii j jj that either of the Ncgioes wa>- '.- .

Hat Rural Background I I supreme Court on segregation." ,: it up with a disc, hut this is j want it. such as in a berry patch ;, drinking at the time

Andrews was born and reared Warning that federal aid to perhaps the worst of all for all ,, or peanut field, but when you try ( IKCriTII IXiK ('.'u. I.. fatten and !Sheriff J>. 1) Reddish! (renter;

in, P..iiiintil County, one of the 15 education may be "booby trapped"with ,, that is accomplished is that the ': to get it to grow in a field with No Clues FoundIn Sheriff McCall tiiiifiT with witness as bin!}" of Katie Maeilli.uns lies where !she felt
x II"Ii i Minties in the Eighth Dis- I i disc: blades: chop it up and spreadit other grasses for pasture or
race integration provisions, : Defends His StandIn deal ;in :gatrttaj.: A coroner's inqu..th ili-rnied not nt'i'ei.ary for
trI t Andrews said he would it all over the field, and each ''a lawn, it dies out in a huri v. Theft From
support tini.11\inu.. lIIur.I'r-.id.JI',
The M.uKe re.Utor springs from in the form of federal grants to 1 sprig soon grows into a big Maybe all this will give you a I Rotary Talk

i Mill.uhuh pioneered in set- ,i the States with no strings at- I flourishing system all of its own. j !'mall'iIt'a of why farmers an Kingsley ,

:Ming' the North Florida region I tac-hed." Andrews said" his philosophy 1 IOn.. variation of this idea, is 'gardeners consider Bermuda grass Groceryi Wiili.M.. Call ;j--J.-nfi ,': L :hl'

His father is Will Andrews a'iinni'i essentially, is to reduce to have the field disced in summertime ;, to be a top-ranking pest act! i County and lonlo\'t'r"J.t1! t.guie;

nii-inncr of the Bradford federal taxation, thus leaving a 'i on a hot day and then nuisance. t"lb and oqitiiuuiit| vaiiied .it i iI in connection with :!:e t,imo'i-,

l'ountrnmnl1ssion.. i wider range for operation of the 1 rake up the 'muda grass into Chances are that the next tim \IKII;: $::5.:>U to SIUU was taken fiom'j t Platt case in that f :uitu.i'. ;

Andrews attended a one-room, sovereign States. j little piles and burn them. This 'I you see a farmer walking down ]iI j the Sta.s ana Stupes grocerystore guest speaker at the Rot.in Clul)
one.teacher school at New River i dT>s destroy the grass which i is !I Call Street, his face: lark and at Kingsleylake::: some tune Wednesday He was introduced 1! :+ r w
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Hid Liti'i graduated from Bradford
High School In Starke. lie workedhis respect to industrial and enough left buried to cause plenty Secretary Benson's Soil Bank he> A i tides reported missing; by !i who had charge of the pro rt -.- ........

way through the University of I, commercial development of the of grief later on. ;! fl'f'tin.O'l'r. He's probably just owner Ed Edrington included a1! gram. -" :

Florida and received an agricul- Eighth: District Andrews pledged I Hoeing 'muda grass out of a found a patch of Bermuda grass practically new cash register I Sheriff McCall gave his side 01 ;: ']; I'wr i iriZi'

tural degree in 1935. I the creation of a District Indus i row does not work well either. '1, growing in his best 10-acre field. valued at $170; and containing the Platt case which he said had ''''' .,...".... .; J
His rural background qualifies trial Committee, of which he wouldt i All that a person can do is chop It's a funny world we live in. around $30 in cash, several casesof I been misrepresented in some ,,. -_'. ..
Hm to appreciate and understandthe as secretary. He said the '' have the atm and beer, clothing valued at around ... >,. .
off the shoots and roots, but soon : Scientists split I newspapers and national maga ... ,
problems of the district's 14 i' group, consisting of a representa- I: after the next rain or even before -I j are about ready to sell building I ;SM.; and 15 or 20 cartons of I zines. The Sheriff was at' used .. '"' .: :.'t.''.<'Iit..c -" .... it,
tive from each of the 15 counties, .,{ ..' '.. ...
counties. From 1935 .
agricultural I that ol' debbil 'muda grass lots on the moon, but so far noI I;| cigarettes. by some writers as barring children ''I.: EI'- .,-
to 1943, he was employed by the' would spark and activate ideas for I i I I Entrance to the store was i5., : ., :
i I is up again, stealing fertilizer one has been able to outsmart I of the Platt family from .: w.,:,," iir I.':
t S Department of Agriculture, industrial and commercial develop- I and moisture and choking out Bermuda grass. I| gained through a front window, white schools in Lake County because ::.. .. .t? ';t-'
serving two of these years in ment of the entire district. I which was broken out. The intruders :v. >
; I I he didn't like the shape of ,. vw .-, ; \ii,4
Washington, I). C. He volunteered |: Andrews also pledges support of Dr. Ritch To Head Jack Miller CompetesFor | then unlocked the front their noses. The Lake Sheriff JP'--' s.- .. .'

far Naval service during World an income tax reduction for farmers \ \ j door of the store to carry out the maintained that the Platts were $1/

Wai, II and was separated a full and wage earners retirement A. F. Academy "I goads.Edrington. Croatans"nite and The body of Mow William1 1 ". ,.: ,
Heart ( Negro; Indian -
'
Lieutenant: age of CO for those under Social Campaign said he closed thei blood mixed, and that he I lies .sprawled in Ihing roomfc;, :!_, :.-,".
( Security, increased assistance for Jack Edward Miller of Starke I I where he committed MjicideI --.J. -'' '
In Heal Kstiite: Now i stole about 8:30 and was in his made Columbia, Cand I :,:, ,
to S.
a trip
At present Andrews is a Starke the aged and needy pensions for Dr. T G. Ritch has been named' has been nominated for admissionto house behind the store, watching I I after fatally shooting hi. wife. -";.* :. ...

lealtor: associated with A. J. i i i' those totally and permanently disabled chairman of the 1956 Heart Campaign J the U. S. Air Force Academy. I television at the time of the his obtained claim. lie documentary said that on proofof the I| The shot that Killed hts ..;- : :- r+;

Thomas Rr retired Bradford construction of a veterans I in Starke, Mrs C. L. it was announced this week by theft. i Wife nteml the hack of s3 ,
SChOll,1 basis of this proof he had prevented -I .' ,
County Circuit Court Clerk, and :I I hospital at Gainesville, increasedi I.president of the Starke Congressman Billy Matthews. The I The open door of the store was! the children from attending her head and emerged over + RI

W' 11 Ppvvell, retired president of i I facilities for the Veterans Hospitalat : Club announced yesterday. The I Eighth District Representativesaid discovered by John Mathis, a white schools I one eje. Jealousy is believed _._. _,4 Jyl ..
the Florida Bank at Starke. He Lake City reactivation of Camp :i Heart Campaign is a project of I that the local youth will en- I neighbor of Edrington, and Con- Rht'riffrl'Call denied that: h. t tn hate liit-n motivating force :- '

.. a post president of the Starke ''Blandin!:, and other feasible that organization.Dr. I ter the newest of America's service I stable W. F. Cooley was notified.I was a "rabble rousing demagogue" for the Sunday afternoon
liotarv I Club and is serving his Government establishments that Florence Jennings, health : academies this summer if he I The Sheriffs office at Green Time j i tragedy. I'hoto.. l>j It; I*.
as charged ty magazine I t
second term as president of the have been abandoned. chairman of the Woman's Club, i is successful in passing further Cove was later called into ;Mcl#ndon.i .
| Springs that
others. He said!
will serve as vice chairman and''' tests which will be given by the and I, --
j but clues!
no
Cattlemen Install New Officers i i:! campaign manager.: i ij Air Force. I j of the any investigation.value were disclosed.Cooley I the people him of to Lake two County terms hadelected a? i! Rural Carrier ,; Final InspectionOf
: Miller the of Mr. and Mrs.
is son
| The Heart Fund will
.. ,< .be conducted throughout campaign the G. E. Miller of Route I, and is j reported that Middle-Clay II sheriff and that he was "fully i Receives Award \ New HospitalSet
j County Farms, a dairy at fora
ie-elec'.ed
planning" on being!:
enrolled at Marion
now Institute
country during February by hundreds : Friday 1 For Safe For
I I burg, was broken into last third Driving Monday
term.
t4 of affiliated Marion Ala., where he is a senior.He .
f organizations J, of moneyI I
; night and a sum Sheriff John Whitehead and I 1
with the American Heart Association -: was previously named as a first Donald F. McRae. rural mail Final inspection of the new
I I stolenI County Judge S. B. Brooks of
IM with the annual observance alternate for West Point by Mat- carrier with the Starke post of- Bradford County Hospital will be
of Heart Sunday on Feb. 26. I i thews. If Miller is found eligible I I Union County were among the I fice, has received the National I, made Monday, according to an

"-I I tor both academies, he will be allowed -'Edwards DeclaresAs I numerous guests at this meeting Safety Council's Safe Driver 1 announcement yesterday by the

C New Life to enter the one of his I High School guest students were Award in recognition of his rec-i:I hospital administrator R K: Ed-
r ii Al Meetings i I'
I first choi1'Rep. .Terrv Lawson and Glenn Reddish -
i and '
% CandidateFor crd of nine years approximately mondson.
To Begin Soon :I Matthews revealed that, 210000 miles of driving on'i iI Joining in the inspection will

Methodist :' Miller will compete against other CommissionerThe i his route without an accident. j jt be the architect, the contractor,
First
At
i Florida nominees for the coveted Low Water Level t McRae is the first employe ofI( and members of the hospital -
i
five places which the state is allowed i the Starke office to receive an Board of TrusteesIf
c I I''x: Ailtn!" Mooie will be the the 1956 Causes TroubleAt "'
at the Denver ue was broken in
academy award. It ArthurI
was signed by
e!
the hospital constnn on I.;
the Xt'LIfe meet- !
e uu' tut
i'; Bradford
Meth-I TheIr Force itself will administer political campaign in Hampton WellA I E. Summerfield. Post Master Gen- accepted at that time it IS possible
lip:- :-n bt- held in the First Edwards,1r '
further tests to the nomineesand County when Maurue i! eral. and Ned H Dearborn presi- that the new fariirv mightbe
,1 i \"hllldl, Keb 19 25,
i will choose the five winners this week announced his candidacy lowering "f i the water leveln dent of the National Safety Coun- opened to the publii!, withir..
will K each
1 r -i >ii\iie!> held
t eu after rigorous competition, for for CountyCommissioner Ha: nipt or! was blamed bv M. L cil. the next three weeks E'i"adsn
t 7 :,n i .t m and 7:30; : p m I
i, entrance in the second class of from! District 3 (ISouth Starke Wartetson owner of the Hampton said
'.1 I h the week, except Sat-
the new school! Edwards was the first county can- \"a"r"orks., for the recentwater
.. Brooker BuildingsAre
will l be a'
"A Sunday services his intentions
didate to make public failure which lasted almosta
MIleg.ilar: hours 11 a. m. and Judge AppointedJudge
the current election campaign Under
In week. WayA
Local MasonsViII
I 4.A 7 30:;
: r: p in which seems to be gettingoff "We had to re-install the turbine George L Patten of the
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.11 ion.tuganizations of the Confer Master DegreeThe to a slow start. pump 11 feet deeper in the new restaurant and soda F th .T.uJlI'ial V"ir< !Hit has been resigned -

:NKOFFICER: : of Bradford ( aunty ( atll"lIIt'It'.I'jati.1I1 here ,tluiMh: : are being asked to spon- A local cattleman and farmer well down to 50 feet," Watterst" fountain us well as t.vo :3-bed- bv G<>v. LeRoy Collins to

iiistulli-il at .-ting in (ardor Restaurant last 1'rid.iv night! l by It. J..Iiiii M>I attendance. at designated degree team of Bradford Edwards was an unsuccessful can- i I said. "because the water table in room homes are undet construction assist the Fifth Judicial Circuitat

(. Vldrrnmn of tiramlin right( ) president of the Mate Cattle- <; n !Jl' ;, Visitation teams will Lodge No. 35 F & A M. will con- didate for the same post in the this area has dropped that much" in Brooker Ocala during the week of Feb
call at many of the parish homes. fer the Master Masons Degree G. E. (Earl t Green owner of
Freud XssmUtion. Officer, in..t.1lI.'t1t'rt' ( from It-ftt I llojdiggins, I election four years ago H A. lie said the water system fa ic3' B Judge Patten will Ml in fr
Special music will be provided upon three candidates for Sanderson 1 Green's Grocery is responsible for
Fred Hocker who ill
prcMilmt; (i. T. Muggins. M-cretarj-treasurer; 1'at'sliller. vice president during the week bv the choirs:' Lodge No 122 on Feb 9. Bishop Jr. is the incumbent. when sand got into the water the minor building boom. He Judge is

and Trailer !'ohant'nli"n delegate.! In an after-dinner talk, and there will be a youth meeting Members of the degree team Edwards sen'ed.as. president of : !'*>aL!" of the pump and ruined the plans to operate the restaurant Singing ConventionThe

\ldcrituin ncourugetl ..:u'h cuttli-nuuTs participation| in the I'lorU.i each night at 7; p. m. At the I,i and other Master Masons will the Bradford County Cattlemen's bearings. himself and to rent out the two

llef Council program for advertising Florida Ix-ef through a contribution same hour, Mrs Moore will have I I leave from the Masonic Temple Association for six; years and is a Watterson announced that rrcently new homes Bradford-Union Pou.i'v:

of ten civil N'r animal Mild.I He also urged that the local assMi.Ui a meeting for children. S through : BHS. He is marriedto Singing Convention will met,
{ Ii' Starke at 6 p.m. Dinner will graduate of his company increased th-> .. The restaurant is adjacent tc .
12: years of age. I I Sunday, Feb. 5, at Bayles.HI.VI'! ,
>u represented at the inid-)ear directors meeting to lie held!I be served in Sanderson at 7 pm. the former Betty Long of basic water rate of $1.50 per his store while the new homes :
A general welcome is extended: Baptist Church from 2M: un''
IrtP this ni.iith. The 1'ritity meeting=:; w.ts held j..intlith the Rrul- T-.> evernr to attend these neet- All :Master Masons; are !-nvited to BrooKer and is the father of four mor'h to $1.5, because of larger; are being built on the ;"reel a 5 pm Everyone interes'"i i .r.

ford I 'inn Bureau. ;..>: :,:t:1, : <1 lhldn'n.! .:><>r"i:.ng ('O,I.i }.:"t k south of there gospel! snging: / t IB InVlf'rjDzge !








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editorialFlorida > >l a reasonable profit for lan.i !

Farmer's DiaryBy ..Indater management The imJIra nil- n..t1.. e :-a... t- pub1.>ht'd (OFFICIAL:.\!.\ (,h"I"I> Ir .
n nflach Wrek for f ".- .
; ( :u'ai idea o f benefiting .'ci'- In the l'raHnrt' I.'c.nsecutiveV. .untv Telegraph. Clark of the i":rw: t' .. .
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Sam : Crosly tcp ; ( ;
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McGaney -nortsmen free of charge has not I Jhti.hed in >a qual.fird.,1 ,\.Uflty.newspaper : : ; -
Needs Leadership 1 .'ur.g-.d m.uny farmers to use I'rder.d and .- _eJ this. B d.1of. --- I
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f. i\e the biggest/;; plantsu v. = ':<"'ii nonev land uboi and t'liiari. i'6.ltr.udfrd: >. \OTtn TC. .ari'itt I
= OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH Cl'tJnv. Fln.da. la rirralt .
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We with Governor Collins' M >n !hls yea! Thv% both !Mmu i .uhintit"i vvildnf Clirk df the (r c' ,':r' of I'I..rtdag la Chanr.rr
cannot state- ., I
agree
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: &0 better than the old Mo 'hdrlrs ,. lI.n M Que- "'iiin'h5,, 1':1.1': : .: : x j j"c.l
ment that no ireful purpose could have resulted '. Soil Conservation \ llat i : :\ Kuk:a:.,J >mi''i I'I: I
unary i 1 : 1OTlf. l'. .' .
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from hn participation in the recent Hichmond, S N-E-W-S I ()l'LL ) .O\'}; the new ttu- :\otJ.. Ta ..p..r. I
:> .: 10 IPPKUl To :!\maK.rklanois .,.
Ya conference of Southern Governors to con- brook fountain in :; \t >. '- I
Having a good sale of onions, purse-sue pens ID (Irruit titarl, Bradford Coaatf teMdem-e a rod adiir- ,' v
Mder ways and means of opposing desegregationin and so we planted some more this 1Bill ll.ia pastel Muid.'s. Only S'J-W at Bradford Florida In ( hancery.Jame I. kirkland Headia 1 A.... .... 1
You
(; EltJy. Jr Pa.mtlff.5.. are hereby notified
our public fcChooK; We think that his presenceat week. Ed also planted some onion Soil Conservation Serb heAt County Telegraph.MTHK 3lary E Eddy Defendant futt forVIr. boil a j
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the conference, at least as an interested onlooker !seed and he has about 1,000 feet TO \PPF.Rh. \.tlee Tu Appear baa been filed against you in 'h"
would have bolstered the morale of our At last we had a piettv good of row with the tiny plants, he th. met'tingof the Board (Irruit Court Bradford Count. To: Mary t:. Eddy. whose residence above named Court and cus, am .
ram and while it was only half thinks that onions from seed will of Supervisors last week Florida In tbanrrrr.I'uth and addrei' l'nknown. you are required to serve a cip>' o' I
sister states, as well as reassuring the folks at it was : I'. Murph\ I'laintiff \s. WillIam You are htroby notifIed that a your answer or pleading t > the I
an inch or so, at least is did help do well around here. He has kept decided to cooperate with the i:. Murphy l>-'!.ndint .u.. forDivorce complaint on the PlanttU
home that Florida officialdom is concerned about Hope we get some more soon for them very clean. for he Knows Florida Association of Soil Con- Case N n> lr'1364JNullrf Vtt .rn..y C'ilf.r TIn!:' H j, ,
Ii uei filed against In the i.a-nett :Nitina'
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Appears > you ISai.K B ..:u.r.
the matter and is seeking a workable solution. an amount as small as that with what a job it is to weed any slow servation District Supervisors in To William K Murphv who>"- Shove named Court and cause and Ja k>')n\ tile :, Honda.
The Governor is quoted as praising Florida's the water table as low as it is, rowing their Statewide -id-rue" and aidresb i-. Ir.known you are required to serve a copy of and fi/e the original in the office o'
crop. speaking contestto You are hereby notified that a your answer or pleading to the com- the Clerk of the Circuit Court
"stand" in the handling of racial segregation doesn't last long. bt- held in Orlando. The subjectfor -uit for Duorcc cu'todi and control phinf J on lbs Plaintiffs AttorneyJ before the ocr

ut child Donald Gibson 100 Smith 1- day of .
mm r Bldg. February I"-:
problems. It comes as a surprise to most of us Watched veterinarian "Bob"Mulhns the speech is "Conserving has been filed against you In the ksonviile.., .Florida otherwise the allegations .if saId
to hear that Florida has taken a "stand" in the Bill Haas was telling us the perform an operation on tural Resources In My Soil Conservation above named Court and cause andy and file tuo original in the office of Comolaint will )'e taken as confes.sd .-
required to serve a ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or by ;rOil
other day about a test boring he ( u are copy
matter. From where we sit it looks more likea a dog (spading) and it was quitea Distr l't. Those eligi- your answer or pleading to the before the 11 day of Feb. 19J'<>; This notice shall b. publishedonce
made on a farm where the ownei sight to see the doggy lyingOn ble are boys and girls regularly l-mplalnt on the Plaintiff* Attorney otherwl-.e. the aiegat'ons of said each week for four Consecutive
retreat. If a stand has been taken it has been wanted to build a pond. He said To>- the tables and "Doc" going enrolled in any junior or senior Title Building, JacksonvilleYlortda. Z by }ou. raph
kept such a well-guarded secret by Tallahassee the test was made right next to about the operation. By the way. high school. This notice shall be published Piled this 9 day oI i Jaimai v 19. '

officialdom that the people of both races in the an old stream bed where the he said that most animals have The contest is develop and file the original[ In the officeof once each week fjr four consecu- OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Duo }
designed to the Clerk of the Circuit Court on t\.e! week In the Bradford County Clerk of the Circuit C.urt
:state: who are eager for reassurance and informa- water table used to be only a remarkable resistance against in- rural and agricultural leadership or before theo Telegraph.luted Ei Marian! L. Crosby. Deputy (Cle--; t
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tion, have been kept completely in the dark. It few feet down, and that he went fection particularly hogs, but through providing for par- : day of Februarj. 1956; this 3 slav f J n.trv.: 155 I 13 4; :. j.

is high time that some one spoke out and told us down 13 feet before he hit water. that one of the biggest, the horse. ticipation in public speaking ac- otherwise l'omplalnt111 the allegations be taken as of contested sail j.-
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just what Florida's stand in the matter is. U has about the least of all. ti>'ities and stimulating interestin by you.
Got talking out at Brooker at This notice shall be publishedonce
According to writers of the Associated Press, Pmholst r's store about the rain- Sam is now "shooting" birdsin conserving. our natural resources weeks each In th week. BKADKOKD for four consecutive COUNTY From where I sit.. &y Joe Marsh:

the theme of Florida officials the integrationissue
on TELEGRAPH.luted
makers the that
and fact apparently -
a different way. Using his While discussing the possibilities -
this IS day of Jan. ISjb! ';
is "gradualism. Although the article that the seeding of the clouds Xmas gift field glasses he now of the speaking contest. Fos- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. U...roy

made this statement did not go into detail it is has not produced results, and can see and study the birds on our ter Shi Smith said: "Not only By :Marian Clerk U of Crosby the,Circuit Deputy Court.Clerk New Future .

obvious that "gradualism" means just that several. including Clyde Cone farm much closer. The first one does a contest like this help the 1/20 4t :2 1:>

the gradual acceptance of integration the posi- said they were opposed to the he watched close-up and studiedwas boys and girls in getting up and I. Ikr Clrrnlt Court of. Bradford For Your PresentHow I

tion that integration in our schools is inevitableand whole thing to start with. What the beautiful bluebird, but speaking before a group of people ('OUDt. ,. Florldai I. (....r.r,..
is that folks ( ak* :>o. lft-1.153.:
will work itself out if we just accept it bit amused us. some he knew that one fairly well but it also acquaints them l.ernard Emanuel, el UX, Plaintiff
now blame the rainmakers for the However, he is now trying to with the many resources of our vs. George W. Cole, et ai. Defendant ranj ties did you get for FroiB where I sit, it'. metiMM. ,

by bit. drought! identify a little bird about the Count>, In turn this will create Order*. of Publication and NoUe te Christmas? For once I didi't pretty hard to five a man exactly
Whether or not the AP is correct in its conclusion I S S .. com with touU hire the
size of a sparrow which has a more interest in our County and Appear TILe stale of Klorlda T.IG..llrg" up enj- present he waits. OUer
is something that the people deserve to know.In all time this W. Cole Jacob John. used a couple this too. In- people oftea have
Spent our spai greenish-yellow breast. Guess he'll help keep the boys and girls from :Mare ('. A. Johns John l>arb>. C year so tastes aM
the absence of any statements from Tallahasseeother week at the same old tiresome have to ask Santa Claus now to leaving home." M. Darby Henry M. Hoehle JacoD Itud I cot three wool mufflers.Keter preference that differ from oosfor
c. Bro..u, it alive, the place of residence -
than that "we're studying the problem" we job of hoeing the berries. It's a bring him a bird book. of each of whom is unknown, wear a moffler. example, think of all
funny thing about that job -- SHave and if dead then to the unknown Some people are determined to the people know who claim
may assume that the AP's description of Florida's The FFA boys used the Dis- heirs devit-ees, grantees, creditorsand JOG
policy of "gradualism" must be correct, until a you can work as hard as you like, the land ready with the trict's seeder cnltipacker to plant other persons claiming any Interest do something about the Useless coffee's the beverage and all tfc*

better explanation is given. and make the dirt and weeds fertilizer in. and we'll plant two Pensacola Bahia on the American scribrd in lands or to by the, through.hereinafter under dd-ot Gift Problem-they're holding a others (like Be) who'd rather

really: fly. and think that you'll sacks of Irish potatoes. and then Legion's Fair Grounds. The against each such deceased, and to "White Elephant Part$ Saturday have a glass of beer. Belog abU

Governor Collins is proud of the fact that so far have the job done in no time at you just: watch it take to raining. planting was supervised by Paul all interest persons In the having following or claiming described any at the Community Hall. to make your vn choke fa U. .
.
Florida has avoided "furor and hysteria" over all But then when you straighten Last January we planted on the Hutrhms and Joe Wood Adx-i- lands Mtuate in liradfurd G unt) Handy Peterson's the chair &,rut .t "giftof ilL '

the issue. We're proud of that fact also. We lip your poor old aching back 20th. and it didn't stop raining sois Florida ivginning, to-wit at. the IlIt..r ect'on of man. "Bring any presents you'd

might mention. however, that Virginia has likewise and look up the row you find until every seed piece rotted. the North line of fall Street with rather give than receive," he
theVcst line of Cherry Street in
avoided furor and hysteria, while at the that )'ou've got a mighty long Verne Davidson biologist for the CIty of Marke; lorida. says. "Chances are you'll swap get q1-
way to go yet. No report on our Last week we saw a dog that theme run Westerly along th- them off for
same time taking effective action toward keepingits the Soil Conservation Service. North line of Call Street for a something: even
berries this week. They'ie so had it, and this distani of 53 !... thence run "
schools segregated. a piggy nursing sa>'s. "Water management and .t. worse but it ought to be fun.
small we can't find them and as week we heard of some out Northerly and parallel to CherryMreet
The in which Virginia has handled the pigs land management for certain for a di-unce of 40 feet,
way soon as we do. we'll tell about Raiford that them and parallel t.JUITzht.19j1.J.: Lmtetl Xy .km. .'
at a dairy near are kinds Of fish and animals run Kasterly > i*(* ***ri -
situation was even commended by the Wall Street them. Wonder what'shappening game to Call Street for a di-tanie of
sucking sows. have far more value in the expansion 22 feet theme run Northerly and
Journal, which wrote: ". this Virginia protestwas S S to the pigs these days" parallel to PherrMreet for :4Iistn'
of farm economy than ( of 25H; feet thence run WE WILL I5E OPEN
not simply the voice of some rabble-rousing Our plants looked especially S
are commonly recognized. Agri- Ka 'terlv and parallel to Cull
small Pete Griffis Street for a distance of 33 feet to FRIDAY UNTIL 9:00 I P. I.S .
after
demagogues hoisted to power under one suspender. visiting We'll it's an election year and culture has not tapped much of the VSest line of CherrStreet.

Neither the Gq\ernor nor the Legislature as who farms south of Starke on the way the Republicans are the vast financial resources noi thence run southerly; along 'liWest -
the (Griff Loop road. He and talking it woul,!In't surprise Samat line of Cherry Sine for a From 6 to 9
has happened in some places presumed to speakfor supplied the needs of hunters and distance of Si; feel to the pointof p.m.
the citizens. his brother. Leo. have a fine all if when he is hoeing the fishermen. I.eemnme. SPECIAL S I l
They put the question to
a planting of Florida 90's this year. berne a fellow comes up the row You are: hereby notified that :i FRIDAYPORT.llLE
referendum. There was Mia has been filed against you in
a political campaign Somehow or other these fellows and it named 'ourt and
and offers to help out. the aliove c.iusewherein
It is the the SCS. at
but there was no passionate campaign with the policy of the relief sought I" to e1tahlish. *-.
have Res.
must how to
learned cross turns out to be Secy Ezra Taft least in the Southeastern States quiet and confirm plamtifi-
red shirts flying. The pre-election days were so berries with pine trees for thevNORTH Benson. to the production of title to said lands as a fee "impltitle >. 819.9;)
encourage
and camel of reiord 41-95
to youradverse MIX
other quiet areas.they were" hardly noticed in the }press of ........................'; a few weeks with the Oscar Carters more fish and game as a safe enjoin you claims from and ast-ertin t<> permanently such 14. Gio9I M.
and land Mote n
her nephew and niece piofitable ue. tUims. and You are required tn ap- MASTER
The Journal concludes its editorial by stating: than SO percent of the land suit I".Mr in slid I'ourt antI iause ail' tn" Friday-Only
SIDEBy Mrs Lois Carter Mis Leon >..n'" a c.py of your answer or
"It's perilous business for a nation to thrust by Stalling :Mis: Susie Xorman. and able for hunting is privately pleadings the Complaint mi the

force great social changes upon a part of it de- the John Aguiars of Jacksonville'vcre owned farm and ranch lands plaintiffs'. whose attorney address Jlolli iStarke VKmsht ., NIIEX YOU THINK: OF GAS; THINK OF

Mrs. Oscar CarterAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A1A. H re lies the principal future ol Klititli. inii to fie the original lit
terminal to resist.
Sunday guests of Mrs J. S. 4lie offi.. of the Clerk of Circuit SI LAD Nt Door To
Just why Tallahassee officials have been so Norman. game pirxlurtion and a very mi- ,'uurl._ all on or before the 14 day LOVETTSHere's
poitant portion of fisheries development it l-Vl.riirv 1.6.: "th'r" ise the a'l !-
reluctant to provide needed leadership in this Mi'. and Mrs L. C Smith and )11 s. Effie Johns and son, Freeman l 1. K"f ,nd < "IIII.I.IIlIt! mil beir
Hunters and fishf- .
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crisis the greatest to face the country since Civil Mis Carrie Smith of Dade City and Mrs Willie .Mae. Judd t. 1' : 1' M d ll} % 'I.
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visited }lrs. Carrie Smith
\> ar visited the Oscai Carters and at the
nays is narti to understand. Is it !because

they are afraid! of losing votes? If so. we believe Morris Carters Wednesday! of Oscar Carters' Sunday.
last week )[1'. and Mrs L. C. Milliard
they have vastly misjudged the situation. 3'ERmRMJI.amade
Mrs A. H. Harley of Lawtey is brought their little son home
Only last week, Ilev 0 1 15: grown, pastor of a spending a few days with her son from st.'incent's Hospital last ;

Negro chuith in Tampa raised his vnice against and daughter-in-law )Ir. and Frday

integration of the races after returning from a Mrs Dutch Harley. Mr. and Mi.s Jim Bagwell of

conference! at l Hooker T. Washington College in Jimmy Gaskins and G. L. Sapp Starke visited Jerry Witcher last

Tuskeegee, Ala. He said there were white speakers visited Rev and Mrs. S. L. Sam Sunday. it the

there and they were "cramming" integration VVdterbon in WaycrOSS. Ga. one Misses Peiuha and Ella Nor-

down the throats of the Negroes. "For God's day last week. man of the Wateroak section

sake let u.s the Negro race, alone," he said Mi and ;\11 s. Julian Spiuie visited their aunt. Mrs Carrie "

"We and family of Gainesville were Smith, at the Oscar Carters' last
are getting along fine. Please, you agitators 8"
let all of us alone.4' weekend! guests of Mrs Spruces Friday. Selling
patents, the G. B. Carters Mrs Lula Norman had as weekend Largest
The people of Florida are waiting with growing
)lr. and Mrs O. J. Noiman had guests her sister. Mrs Nellie

impatience for someone to provide the necessary as Sunday guests the U C. Carter Os>teen. and daughter, Lois of

leadership in this crisis. So far. there has been family and mother. Mrs Johnsof Tampa and :Mrs. Mary Reddish 4

no indication to when or from what source Jacksonville. Mrs Sally Harris of Law leyColsim .

this: leadership will come. ot Macclenny. and Rev. and Smith and :Mrs Olha in the World.

Mrs Milton Dukes of Charleston.S. Murray of Jd'k"on'iIe'Isite!

C. the Oscar Cartel last Sunday .

A Wonderful ResponseThe } ev. Bobby Collins of Staike
pieachej heie Sunday and everyone fTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTHEILBRONN

enjoyed the sermon V'.I \
people of Bradford County have responded much.

wonderfully to the current March of Dimes drive Mr. and Mrs Hindolph Sapp

and indications are that the total raised here and Mr Taylor visited Salt
I! .Mrs. Vinci :NormanlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
will be the largest on record This is doubly Springs anj Ocala last Sunday )

gratifying since it was feared that many people Little. Carolyn and Dougla

might think that the fight against Brown ale on the swk list: with .
polio was :Mi and Mrs B J. Kggi'is int.ihildien
ended! with the discovery of the Salk vaccine. cold anj virus.Ve wish them a 01 Jack"lmnilt''ISI,>' :

Such is not the case, of course. speedy ieco\ery. relatives here last weekendHaj
Mr and Mrs. Carl Sapp visited
Despite the miracle of the Salk discovery one their grandpaients Mrs Susan the fiiit wreCK un "n 10'
new hard road Sunday aRe! !IIOOI.!
about is that the
tragedy polio
proportion of Sapp and aunt Mrs S. K. Jackson -
Felix Sapp. in his Chevrolet! pi< U- nw
adult cases is increasing Since 1914. adult polio in Gainesville Pundav
truck, was struck ba Po'i
has increased 25 per cent and it will be five years Mrs Cora Belle Douglas and up
tiac driven by John then :MCauley < .
before there will be enough Salk vaccine for thildien of Fernandma were recent :MtCauley was crossing -- : -
guests of her brotherinlawand -
eating adult cases. the hard road. apparently no':

Iron lungs are expensive too. They cost $1,050; sister. Mr and Mis Reese noticing the oncoming trill k at .i I
Scott.
out of March of Dimes funds. Attachments may ctossaig near the school
Mr and Mis Johnny Cowart _
add up to another 1500. Even a rocking hos- and family attended a blithdav Mr an.Irs.. Ant'el N'znu.i:.

pital bed to coax the patient's chest back into the dinner for Mrs Coart's brother and family visited relatives in

habit of breathing after being in the lung for a C. V. Padgett in Brooker last Tavares and Ocoee fiom Fnda\
until Sunday. Mrs Bobby Whlt'
uniple of months costs 775. SUnddY.,
and children of Staike spent pan:
All of this is so expensive that almost Mrs Maude Wainw right visited
no Normans
ot last week with the
patients can afford private treatment. They must her mother. :Mrs. Susan Sapp: in

become charges of the March of Dimes and Gainesville last week TRACTOR HARROWING the FORD V-8
Mi and Mrs G. L. Sapp. visit-
Bradford County has certainly had the benefit I'd11'. and Mrs Uaiford Reddish Double or Single Disc
of its share of these funds in
recent The
years of Raiford andtr.. andIr" Plowing and other Tractor ,
National Foundation has spent as high as $13.000n Johnny Bennett ot the StzieFarm Work by the Hour Ford Sales

one patient (a Texas" man) in a year. last SundayMi _(.ar Sales _l.esderudiip
,
Despite the discovery of Salk vaccine patients and Mrs James Smith ami OVID LEWIS FORD Y-8 1.2U.7.2. .. ._
Just look these figures
at official registration
already stricken and under care for polio cannot suns of LaKi" Butler visited the.! GSO W Madison! St. Car C-V-8 634,376..607,366

l ht' abandoned. There are some GS.000 of these giandmothei: Mrs Came Sm.:' I'hone 336I -W for the first 11 monthsJanuary Car P-V-Ij 262,870. . 918,117%

who are on the road to recovery. but still need of Dadt Ci:\'. who us st-iung throughocember, 1955 Car C-Six 8-1.153; . 396)89;

funds for leg li. .LCCS. wheel} chairs nursing care T -"'.. -- --,- why Car I'-Six 334,540. . 1IQ7,20

and therapeutic treatment Last year the Foundation -

spent $29,600.000: on their tare and ivcovery I WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE People just naturally go for S cylindersin brand of performance the kind that Sa.saier just ask the highway patrol

In addition. all too many respiratory or the FORD package! comes with the car! officer who drives one. lie knows it

iron-lung patients must have continuing costly And to a world record extent! These people aren't amateurs in takes a Ford to catch a Ford!

t lieatment. Just think in the first 11 months of judging engines. Nearly 24 years of And, for the very practical question

It's tragically: true that "polio isn't licked vtt 1955 alone 344,496 more people bought building Ford V-8's to supply their I. durability ask a Ford cab driver. I He

and we're proud of the fact that Bradford ( '01111tiuis Ford V-8's than the two other lowprued demand id convincing proof of that. knows how Fords take it days on end.

: leali/e it and have contributed so freely to p competitive eights combined! And the Ford V-8 of today is the lxt So, if it's performance that you w ant

l'arrying' on the fight. RADIOAND Of course the reason the Ford V-8 Ls jet by a country mile! and wrapped like a gift the '>ti

Jtk the largest seling'! eight-cylinder car in Smoother and quitter you can Ford V-8 L-. your bab>.

-- '.'_**t,,,.- :. ..t,t 'ji- j the world LS that more people like it3 bcarcely hear it. et'nith the hood up! Come in fry. it today! r n.

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BROOKER Junction to their nehome *
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farm and expect to mo"1:- I
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''this weekend. Mr. andII'S, J. 1-
.Mothers' March End,
1"1'Ilt>ar-. Judge i rell have two boys of school age I Ii
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March Of Dimes Drive
The Brooker PTA met at the i Mr. and Mrs UtonI.Rher I
Tne Iothel 5' March on Polio
.school! cafeteria Thursday night 1 g and children and Mr Mo>hl'r'.1'
Tuesday night Jan. 31, dosed I
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Jan. 26. Judge Theron Yawn of t parents Mr and Mrs MartMo !'-. II
I 4IIlIIu s ,
lit March ot Dimes, officially --------------.I- '
Starke was the guest speaker and collectedi her of Pennsylvania %isito. j j I ,
: : HUM all'a. with funds
discussed "The County Judge' '' i.itet totalled. in Daytona Beach Sunday with i ANN PAGE Rich Creamy
Court and the Judge's Duties." Mr. and Mis. Ted Hassemcve:, i A:. { ,
The 70 persons attending this Distiu': tour, including Hampton cousins of the Mosher ,
L : Graham and Theressa, last
meeting enjoyed the talk very n ems. t Mrs. E. F. Haws ot Tampa ",nl' MAYONNAISEQuart !
$116-
netted total of
we-k had
much. A covered dish supper was a Des Moines, Ia., was an overnight ,
enjoyed and contributions for the i 26 tor their candidate for queen. guest at the home oi Mrs I| .

Polio drive were made which to- Miss Barbara Matchett. Candidate Florrie Belle Brown and Mrs. W k
boxes $26.41, and 47C
taled, $37. Mr. Burr's 7th and yielded P. Birt last Tuesday. Mrs. Haws ,
collected at last
Sth grade room won the $5 for $15.50 was was also dinner guest at the j

the most parents present. The week's minstrel show in Hampton. i ii i home of Mr. and Mrs E. L. Birt |
PTA voted to buy some curtainsfor A flier is rescued front his burning plane 'during a tense scene i $74.35 collected at the fashion on Wednesday.

the lunch room and also some from "The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell," starring Gary Cooper I show earlier this month was in- Frank Brown was honored at a tA'PI LIBBYS

other needed equipment for the at the Florida Theatre Sunday through Tuesday. I eluded._ small gathering at the T. F. tl 24-0
BEEF STEW
kitchen. Hostesses for this occasion (+I In charge of tne MothersMarch Brown home Saturday evening, can 330

were Mrs. Frank Tinney, (TVVTVfTVTYVTYTTYVYVVVVV I terly meeting at the Baptist I Tuesday evening were: following his graduation exer-

Mrs. M. O. Harrell. and Mrs. W. I Church in Bell on Friday evening Hampton, Mrs. J. W. Horne; cises at the University of Florida NUTLEY Colored QuartersMARGARINE

E. Bigham Jr. LAWTEY' I and Saturday. Hampton Lake Mrs. Lester gymnasium. Present were Miss MEL-O-BIT PROCESS

Xt'wrrt"al i{ Mrs. Margaret McSwain and Slade; Graham, Mrs. C. B. Ro- Dorothy Owenby of Keystone '-"> ctn ijc

Mr. and Mrs. James Hamiltonare By Mrs. Joyce T. Flitch I sons, Ronnie and Donnie, of Fort berts; Theressa, Mrs. Ernest Heights, bride-elect of Mr. Brown; SWISS SLICED

the proud parents of a baby i Pierce were attending to business Triest; and Silver Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ownbey, }Ir, Mild & Mellow COFFEE

girl born Jan. 24 in the Alachua cUUUAUUVUasUSUuBirthday here last week. They were guests lake area, Mrs. Richard Lovorn. and Mrs. Emory Brown and son,

General Hospital. They have Mrs. Catherine Parties Teare I ot' the D. B. Thomas family Taking part in the minstrel and Mrs T. F. Brown. I 8 O'CLOCK Ubbag 750.
the
named her Nannett Denise. inspiration for a lovely was party Mr. and Mrs. Junior Wilkinsonof show Thursday evening, Jan. 26 PTA meeting for February will CHEESE8oz E E S E

Parties EnjoyedThe i Maxville were dinner guests of at Hampton Town Hall, were be in the Hampton school lunch-
given by Mrs. George Roberts, at RED
first and second grades en- Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish and Mrs. Lester Slade, Mrs. K. B. room (while the auditorium is CHEEK
her home afternoon of
Thursday
a in the lunch family. Watterson, Mrs. Glenn MacIntosh being repaired) on Tuesday afternoon bot
joyed party room, last week. Mrs. Teare celebratedher APPLE JUICE qt I9c
last Friday which they earned in 86th birthday on this date. Mr and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Miss Betty Durling. Mrs Feb. 7, at 3:15 p. m. Pk
March Mrs. I Raleigh Brannen, Mrs. Tom Wil- Mr. and Mrs Vernon Slade Jr. g
a contest for the Dimes. Those wishing Mrs. Teare Margaret Kelly spent Sunday 23CFOR
Cake and punch were served the more happy birthdays were many Mrs. afternoon in Green Cove Springs sonIrs, Clyde Rhame, and I took little Denny Monds, =,trs'l COOKING & SALADS
37 Mrs. Har- with Mr. and Mrs. Q. O. Thornet. Phyllis Wilson. 1Contributions I! Slade's brother home to
youngsters by Guy A H Harley Sr., Mrs. T. L. I WESSON OIL bot
rell Mrs. Ralph Nettles Mrs. Wainwright, Mrs. E. Whelan, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs L. P. Rafuse and from Hampton son Saturday after his I II qt 55e

Aubrey Hazen, and Mrs E. B, O. J. Anders, Mrs Effie Miner, daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. W.I I Elementary School totaled! U9.5 .- I visit in Hampton with them. I'

Castlen. I Mrs. Hubert Priest, :Mrs O. J. L. Stuckey in Jacksonville last ; ; with $2.50 from the sale of Mr and Mrs. R. O. Simmons lr.1 HEARTY & VIGOROUS

Mrs T. W. Mai key was plea- Phillips Mrs. Mary Reddish, Mrs. Sunday: afternoon.Norman I Blue Crutches $5 from sale of Mrs F E Simmons and I
I collected and Mrs. K B. Watterson drove 1 OUR OWN TEA /3 ib Pkg
sently surprised when a group ot Sue Ratoiu, Mrs. Henry Wainwright Hamilton of peanuts, and $42.25 on 45cA&P

friends gathered at her home Saturday Mrs. P. L. Dinkins, Sr., yule was the weekend JaCkson-I. the coin cards.Improvements to Cedar Key Sunday. OUR FINEST

night with a birthday cake I Mrs. Horace Cox of Jacksonville, ?fr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton On school Visiting the Avery Slades F.I WHITEIIOUSE Non-Fat. Dry
Mr. and Mrs. O
ContinueNew
were
and refreshments in honor of her Mrs. H. C. Kelly Mrs Jack Estes, Lynn Hamilton stopped by Saturday Building day QUALITY TINY
birthday anniversary. Those attending -I Mrs. Mae Wells, Miss Enza Blanchard night as he was returning I flooring work in Hampton Allen of Palatka. The Slades also INSTANT MILK '/ oz ctn 23c

were Mrs. Rosa Pinhol-] Mrs. Fred Moore, and Mrs. I to his home in Jacksonville after; I Elementary School auditorium i is visited Sunday in Maxville with j'

!Iter, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Green: Joyce Futch.A. drilling with the National Guard I about half completed, with new Mr. and Mrs Joe Lucas and'family. I

and family, and Mr. and Mrs. I M. Blanchard was given a ; in Starke. supplies of lumber to arrive this PEAS1lb E S WHITE HOUSE Safe, Pure, Sterile

Frank Tinney and family. card party on his 93rd birthday, The Steve Starling Jr. famIly week to complete the job. Miss Maggie Johnson visited in |I EUAP MILK 3 tall cans 36c
in Jacksonville I Leaks in the school roof were Palatka Sunday with her sister. j
We have a quite a large sick list Jan. 25th, by his daughter, Miss spent Sunday mid |
being repaired by workmen during Miss Louise Raulerson, first and
were dinner of Mrs. Louie
this week. Thomas Hamiltoncame Enza Blanchard, at their home. guests
home from Alachua General Those greeting him at this time I I Belle Wainwright. They visited I the time supplies held up second grade teacher at Hampton A&P Light Sweet Royal Anne

Monday, and Pete Hodge were L. H. Futch. Mr. and Mrs.G. I Mr. Dan Starling in Riverside work on the auditorium floor, according Elementary School, is still ab Can C
Hospital
came home from Doctors Hospitallast W. Roberts, Mrs. Volley Red- j Hospital while there. to Mrs: Ola M Perkins sent due to illness this week. Mr i 21 1 CHERRIES '1-lb can 25'PILLSBURY

Saturday. Little Eddie Lewis: dish, Mrs. Mae Wells Mr. and Mrs. j Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore and school principal.Mr. Marvin Faile is serving as sub-

(son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lewis Fred Moore, Mr. and Mrs. O. J, I J family spent Sunday afternoon in and Mrs. D.V.. Swindell stitute. Mix For
l New River with Mr. and Mrs. have purchased the house on] Sunday. Feb. 5, will be "Chain
Mrs Futch Mr
Phillips, Joyce I|
) drank some anti-freeze and is I II
Chester Andrews. I II Sunday" at Hampton Baptist PIE CRUST 9-0 pkgs
in the hospital at Lake Butler. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Mrs. Sue I I Mrs. Horace Cox at their camp] 2 33CANN
Ratoiu. Mrs. Palmeri, Mr. and Mrs. I The 0. G. DLxon family were Church with special emphasis on
The R. F. Ganos sick at I
are
on Santa Fe Lake last Sunday;
O. J. Anders and son, Billy, Mrs. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs : a large Sunday School attendance.Mr. .
home, and also little Karen and afternoon.Mr. .
I
Abbie Harley, and Miss Mary D. Gill in Jacksonville. I and :Mrs Tony Gonzalaz of I PAGE
Stephana Nettles and little Naomi Julia Futch of Tallahassee. Mr. I Mrs. Fred Moore was shopping and Mrs. Paul Griffis of Starke will be present at both I JIM DANDY '2-oz
will
Mann. We hope they bed i I' Jacksonville spent Sunday after- services for CHILI SAUCE 23c
better Blanchard and Miss Futch have in Jacksonville on Saturday. morning and evening I
soon. with the Theodore Crew-
The Beulah Harrell Circle the same birthday. She was 19! i I Mrs. Mae Wells, :Mrs. Martha I noon special music. ENRICHED

on this date. Miss Enza, assistedby : Bales and daughters Martie and family. :\11 s. Mae Sweeney of Gaines BIRDEYE BRAND BABY
meets Tuesday. Feb. 7, at the I
Miss Tanner and
Misses Martie and Jackie Bales, Jackie, visited Mrs. Ruth Barth- Virginia Henry ville visited in Hampton with '
home of Mrs Ernest Lester ati i: served refreshments to her guests. I low in Middleburg on Sunday af Tanner of Jacksonville were guest; Mrs. K B. Watterson Thursday 'I'II LIMAS 210-oz 43c
7:30: p. m. 1 of their parents, Mr. and Mrs I HITS
and Mr and Mis W. C. Hall and
15 to in the Mrs. Steve Starling Jr., entertained ternoon. They stopped at the zoo I II
WANTED: men to I I Dive Tanner. Sunday evenin,.
several friends of her in Highland on their way home. family of Live Oak visited the
Club Minstrel to be presented BIRDEYE BRAND 10ozSTRAWBERRIES
Garden j Mrs. Leon Locke and baby are
of Gainesville Wattersons Wednesday last
daughter Barbara, on Thursday I Mrs. Thelma Kelly of
Please
in the near future. I
with her mother-in-law
staying ,
Mrs. afternoon. About 20 children was the Sunday dinner guestof I week. 2'' 49c
see Mrs. Frank Tinney or helped Barbara celebrate her 11th I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly. i Mrs. Maiy Locke while her hus- Mrs. Irene Fuhrman of Jacksonville 24-oz

Gracie Bigham. I birthday. l Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thames and i band is serving with the Army in visited the Vernon Slade Pkg 1 DC
The Harley Shaws well''isit- Korea.:: BIRDEYE BRAND
BROCCOLI
in Orlando Mr. and Mrs. R. King of Bron--i; daughters visited Mr. and Mrs I II I Saturday.
Mrs. Bessie James .
ing I The Flem Starling family were
Mr. and Garrett Thames in Palatka on
son spent Sunday with I
Tuesday. Sunday they had as Mrs. James Griffis. Situ:day.Mr in Hawthorne Sunday and brought .. ... ......'..'.." SPEARS 210-oz 43'"SuperRight"
their guest Clyde Shaw of Jack- Mrs. Joe Starling, who had been
Mr. and :Mrs. Walter Whitfell and Mrs. Doyle Starling l'
sonville. I visiting there, to her home. i ;i i
weekend' of Cocoa visited the Leonard Pre- and family of Miami were called HIGHLANDlly '
James Molt spent last I' vatt family on- Sunday. home last week due to the illness Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Starling and i I' I
with his cousin, Edward Wilkerson Mrs. Dan visited Mr. and
Starling
Herman Pringle was deep sea of Mr. Starling's father Dan i Ready-To-Eat Swifts Prem Bonless Ready-To-Eat
in Lawtey.We and I fishing at St. Augustine on Sun- Starling, who is a patient in River Mrs. H. T. Markham in Gaines Mrs. Lucy Norman Hockless, Small 4 to Ib. Avg. CANNED '

Mrs. Claude are happy Prescott to have of Mr.Starke i day.Mr. I side Hospital. We are glad to I ville Mrs on Willis Sunday.Starling and family tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABilly FULLY COOKED : 5 Lb Can $ 1,1 1,1"SuperHight" i
I and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and report that Mr. Starling is im- i } Minis I III HAM ,
Marr of Saturday
and Jacksonville move back into ot Baldwin and Mr. and :'Ilrs.Buddy spent l89 ;
daughter Joan attended a quarX proving. night with the Lacey Nor PICNICS 21C
'>ifr community. Little Daryl Hilliard returned Starling were Saturday
I
Kathryn Harrell and Annett J. Thomas and family in Tallahassee from St. Vincent's Hospital this dinner guests of the Hub Harley mans.
the wedding of I The Luckey family of Cedar
attended
family.Mr.
Green
Sunday. week. lIe had to be carried back;
I Delicious
at I Creek attended church here Old
Miss Ann Cason and Mrs Frank Sun-
the former Mr Mis John Lyles were
I and Freeman to the doctor on Sunday. We wish : '
Sardis Baptist Church in Worthington '. and Mrs. T. S. Mann of Gaines- for him a speedy recovery. shopping in Gainesville on Satu- day.Mrs. I 'I' 'Super Right Pre-Trimmed Extra Fashioned, Hot Farm Style
I Lean FRESH
Alice Austin and sons of COUNTRY PURE PORK I
Sunday. ; \'Ille'isited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Buster Bennett and son. day.The
Mr and Mrs. W. W. Raborn I I Green Sunday. Joey, and Mrs Troy Bennett andson C. B. Hiatt family were Daytona Beach visited here last I tb 2 Lb

and Mrs. Cecil Moore of Jackson Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas i Gary visited relatives in I Sunday dinner guests of Mrs J. weekend.We I BACKBONE 39C SAUSAGE 45C III I
Bulah Harrell send sympathy toIrs..
visited Mrs. M. Lee in Jacksonville.
ville
and Ronnie and Linda Sue Thomas Miami last weekend. Mrs. Buster
and Mr.: and Mrs. M. O. Harrell I I attended the surprise birthday Bennett stayed for a longer visit I Mr. and Mrs. James Starlin of Nellie Wilkinson and others of
the family on the death of her
Starke and Miss Katherine Me
Thursday.Mr. vfco
in Miss Julia Futch, is
Lewis
supper for Mrs. E C. Mary
and Mrs Kenneth Russ of' David spent Sunday with Mr. and father. Barney Faircloth, who we SLICED
Starke Saturday.Mr. at home from Florida State University ;
Hampton were the overnight and Mrs Benny ThomasJr. I; Tallahassee, and Mss: I II Mrs. Joe Starling and daughter, will all miss very much. II BREAKFASr 2 Lb Bag i iI
guest of Mr, and Mrs. E. R. Rust Saturday Geraldine. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. each BACON
and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Elizabeth Terry spent i 75C
Monday. Gainesville the I afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Her-! Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Sunday. Worship services, 11 a
Thomas
of
Allen Connerly of Leesburg spent man Skambraks at Cecil Field, Carl Hilliard were Mr. and Mrs m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting I
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
Visited Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shaw I and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durham I II V. H. Keene of Glen St. Mary each Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Teachers I II'

last Saturday. ny Thomas. Jacksonville. : Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Keene of Jacksonville Meeting each Saturday 7.30 '
in Fancy Fla. N.B( PREMIUMSALTINES
Mrs. Groover Thomas sons I -
Rev. and Mrs. Resse Carlton and Stork Shower and Mr. and :Iolrs.Ia:-- p. m. ,
and Mrs. Bill Genexor and children I : GOLDEN CORN
wedding shall Mott of Brooker.R. .
attended the Gunter-Carter :Mrs. Leslie McClellan. !

at the home of C. J. Cures' were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I Obed Fauley, and Mrs Mels r"I' L. McCall has as weekend I, 4 for 25c lib 25c
i
D. M. Starling Jr. in Jacksonville -
In Gainesville Sunday. Rev. Carlton Pnvett entertained at a guests Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McCallaf :

performed the ceremony. 1 I last weekend I shower for Mrs. J. R. Pevore at I Palatka and Mr and Mrs. C. i A GOOD Winesap

Mr and Mrs. T B. Edwards of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker the home of Mrs. McClellan last; "'. Dehaven of Green Cove HABIT TO START NBC VANILLAWAFERS

Worthington visited Mr. and Mrs.Z and family were shopping in : Friday evenmsr. Mrs. Mavie Reddish Springs.Mr. I I II -.J APPLES

W Hamilton Sunday. Gainesville saturday. On Sunday '! helped in caring for the :;I 0l! and Mrs. James Anders of 2-oz

Mrs Lucille Baxter and daughter they visited Mr. and Mrs. T. C. guests present. Mrs. Devore received ; Palatka and Mr. and Mrs Johnny \\I\ } II if t 'T lb 12c 31c

Joan, of Jacksonville spent Stalnaker in Ft. White. many beautiful and useful ,' Jenkins and family of Jacksonville : 't Sweet

the weekend with Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp of ,f gifts. : were weekend guests of Mr and ( -.

Wade Harrell.Mr New River visited Miss Lubedia I p.eEdgar Wilkinson attended Urs. O. J. Anders.Mr. : '\. I POTATOES For ('leaning Hands and Laundry

Mrs. H. Witt of Ala- Pinholster Sunday. Bible Conference at Tnnity and Mrs. Powell Prevatt i 1l
and I a x' .- \ *
,hua visited Mr. and Mrs. Cljde Mr. and Mrs. GY.. Davis and I Baptist Church in Jacksonville on and family visited Mrs. Evelena "t....::: : ; .,. t; lb 9c I BORAX 8-oz 19c

Green Jr. Saturday. children were visitors at the Warren i Tuesday and Wednesday. i ii Sutherland in Lake Butler on '

Mrs Mattie Barry is visitingher : Cave and later visited Mr. 'i }rr. and Mrs O. C. Cason and Saturday. '

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Crosby in I family of Pine Level visited 1\lrs.1 Donald Brandeis spent the weekin il .:,..' EMPEROR -1 FUMING
and Mrs C. F. Crews in Jacksonville Gainesville sunday. Cason's brother-in-law and sister; Lakeland and conducted services '".. GRAPES Ib CLEANSERAJAX

this week. Recent dinner guests of the (I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Gnffis rrI in the Southside Baptist \ 13c

Mr and Mrs Wilson Russ and G. W. Davises were Mr. and Mrs I I Gently Mrs Griffis is still con Church on Sunday.The 214-0 cans 23c

family of Apopka were weekend Charlie George of Gainesville. : fined to her home due to a bid !I O. G. Dixon family are GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks Richard Lee Waters of Gainesville case of the flu. i iMi I moving to a new home south of I ,-

Mr and Mrs Ernest Russ. and was weekend guest of DickitDavte. I and Mrs. Jack Reynold r.nd i, Starke. We are sorry to lose I -- "'-;-':",. Ib 12c DETERGENT

Mrs Dt shie Prescott. sons of Jacksonville spent the these children from our school L" -

Mrs R T. David is visiting Mrs. Roy Green and children I:I weekend with Mr. and Mrs R. W !:' Mrs. Eva McKinney of Tampa. e.tv;&' ......... FIRM CRISPCARROTS U E Lge

Mr and Mrs. M. T. Ogdon in and Mrs. G. W. Davis were visiting Mosely. and Johnny Gasque of Tampa and I \ 31 gt 7Sc

Pompano this week. friends in Lake Butler Mon- The J J. Smith family moved Asheville! N. C. visited his mother ,\ I 1-ib cello IOc

Mr and Mrs J. T. Sowell moved dJ\. this week to their new horns nj I! Mrs. Carrie Casque and brother I \\x\ .

into their new house lat Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Waugh j Pinehaven. Starke. We are sorry'' L. C., last weekend.Mr. : A REGULAR PHILLIPS 66 : J

week of Nebraska were guests; of Roswell to; lose this family from our cem-I and Mrs. G. W. Teston of !I IJackson'i1e WASH AND GREASE JOB FIRM CRISP HEADS FAD /geSic 9750

Butler Kelly this week They spent nunity.Mr were recent guests I
S Lake
Mrs Rainey of
: hid i of Mr and Mrs. Blaine Teston I Bring your car in regularlyfor LETTUCE 2 ><>r 19c
visited Mr and Mrs. Calvin John- the weekend in Jacksonville. 'olr'l and Mrs. O. J Phillips a thorough washing. Keep

son last weekend.Mr Waugh, was in service with Ros- i as guests Sunday their sons, Coleman j Mr. and Mrs. Brady Perry of'itusville your car shiny and bright

and Mrs. Bill Jones visited I Leslie and James and their'i spent the weekend wither Add a complete chassis lubri- NOTICE

their baby daughter in Hope Haven vell.Mrs. Nora ?app spent thr'' 'amilies. Mr. Phillips returned toi i mother, Mrs. Mandy Manning. cation-the Phillips 66 way.

Sunday week with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tampa with James for a visit. I IMr ;t W. P. Kemp has moved into the It helps keep your car running BEGINNING; ; WEDNESDAY, FEB 1

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wiggins'' Sapp in Jacksonville .I and Mrs. E. L. Raulerson house which was recently occupiedby as smooth; as it looks. /- -- i

and !umilv of Jacksonville! and I Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs and familyspent Sunday with Mr. I the J. J. Smith family. Jane Parker WE WILL CLOSE AT NOON

Mr and Mrs. Lavon Andrews of G. A. Gay were }Ir. and Mrs and Mrs John Griffis in Newliver. The L If. Harper family of Get Both For _

Starke were guests of Mr. and I Marshall Cannon of Chiefland. : I' Starke were Saturday dinner ; ); DELICIOUSAPPLE BUT WILL BE OPEN-

Mrs M F. Wiggins at New River Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay and I The Lawtey Basket Ball Team ] guests of Mr and Mrs. Carl Pre- Only $1.25SEYMOUR'S
ALL DAY THURSDAY
Sunday sons of Jacksonville and Mr. and vent to Macclenny for a game on'i attMrs. -. ._
I
}Ir. arm Mrs. Russell Green ,Irs Roscoe Parrish and children Saturday. The boys played a good j I Sam Hicks was called to .

and family attended the birthday: Of Palatka. j i game although they lost by one Daytona> last week on account ofthe
j .., .. .,, .... ., ,
dinner m honor of J H. M .liHly Course point. i i illness of her daughter.We .8. ,1. .MN. Nc / -

mwk ," TarkwnvinV last Iccor-I Mr1 C B Stalling" wishes toj I Mrs. Horace Cox of Jacksonville | ft'E'I'ery grateful that a 66 !I I

Rev 1. L Parker was ill last remind all members of the Brook- ': visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawtey girl. Miss Betty Gaskins, e e e iw

Sunday and Rev Guy Lee oft er WMS of the Study Course to" Paul D.r.kins: on Thursday of last, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. "66" i Lge 8-/n Size

R'ark., f'Hei! ,,! his place at the I be held at the P.rooker Baptist j week. I askins, was chosen as March of PIE 39C .ur a..w s nwN'I..uq.

X.p.i'er Baptist Church. I I Church Friday Feb 10. at 7 pm. I Mr and Mrs. Bryant Wilkerson : Dimes Queen. Service Station
l in Jacksonville last The James Waters 412 Call St
Mr Lee Green Llovj Thomas. This course is entitled "The were shopping family were

Lndora Brvant and Junior Shaun-I Tribes Go X'p" and will be under I Saturday. I unday dinner guests of Mr andMrs I 617 N Temple A\e. Starke. Fla.

easy of Gainesville and Mrs Au-! the leadership of Mrs. CB. Mr and Mrs Paul Dinkins and : Buford Higginbotham in Phone 401 I
Dinkins visited Mr and Ca.\v'ille I I .
brey Hazen visited Mr and Mrs Stallings and Mi!' Melba Green I i I Freddy I __I



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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TAKKE. FLORIDA ___ __ !
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t f#SflSSSSSSSSSSSSSJSJSrj SSSSsprrsa-pp-sspssssss March Of Dimes Queen Is Crowned Tea Honoring -!r l Future Homemakers I'-- --- CARD- OK THANKsOur --


Mrs. Chas. LawsonIs Will Attend Fair
heartfelt
'. thank? to ail wr.j
rr I I
Lovely Event extended
The local Future: Homemakers comfortmp ;; 'mf.ih.

Chapter met Tuesday the and heip; during t>ullness!:! .\". i
lrl' H .\. Lawson" entertained in home

iI i .it a lovely tea last Friday after- I economics room with Miss Bar- death of our nothei .r.d grin'-'!
: J
I t. bara Bunch officiating. The mother. Mrs.
n "n honoring her daughter-m- meeting V. E Jvi Pi'; E--

Gladys! Mooty !1.\ Mr!' Charles H. Lawson. !.. was called to order with a' pecially to Dr. H. H Ad.m v I J

Phone 35 S I Bible reading by Patricia Alvarez
The Lawson home N. ,
S on Tem- : Mr. and Mrs E. A.
r. S.inp :Al!
666 6 ______ _ -' ., : I r: [p'" ,t\.nue was decorated for the''i after which the FIR creed was and Mrs. J. .
------- - - - - - ---- 4 ''repeated. L. Johns .inil'.- I'>
-T ,< i .(.>ion with beautiful arrange:
Miss ThomasVeds Fine Arts ProgramTo merits of bronze yellow and orI'i Miss June Conner was selected' E. Crosby and family!

to be the chapter's hostess
at the
< h.d: (vsanthemums interspers-I!
\Villiam O. DoddMr. Be Presented pii with yellow gladioli. Across > State Fair in Tampa.

i 'he the mantel in the: Thirty members are planning to Hate
Woman's of
Club length >ou e\er wondered h and Mrs. B. T. Thomas an- j attend the Fair this Saturday and
the marriage of their I living room were arranged camellias m.tny in life arc tinresult '
nounce I I The Starke Woman's Club will' in shades of pink and |i! transportation\ will be furnished' by of health
daughter. Miss Ellouise Thomas a school bus poor t
I hold their February meeting Wed- rose and in the hall was an artistic -| driven by Raleigh
to William O. Dodd son of :Mr. S I Conner. Nince the nenous .jst.-ni
the
r.esday afternoon at 3:30 o'clockin fr' arrangement of yellow chry- : Chaperoning tnp
and Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Jr., on Janu- : will be Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Conner, control* each organ of the
the club house with the Fine santhemums in back of a statue i;
ary 23 in Kingsland Ga. Mrs. Alice Conner Mr. Johns and body the nene must be free
Arts Department in charge of : called "First Love. The tea
At present Mr. and Mrs. Dodd the program. r tj I j table was beautiful with a hand i j i Miss Bunch. !; of pr >"" *.ur t to enjoy the b"' her on I.
with parents I
are living The club
members of health.
South Water Street. Mrs. Dodd Mrs. L. H. Jennings, chairman, crocheted lace cloth over ecru 'j will leave for

and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy co- linen. Centering the table was a i Tampa at 2 a.m. Saturday and ; Case No. 18785oiiian, age
la manager of the Thomas Restaurant .. ._ I
..
on Highway 301 South, and chairman of the Fine Arts Dept. i.-: ,;: :__::A ._ : handsome arrangement of bronze !J will begin the return trip about j 44, had pain in chest, nock and

Dodd is of the Pure will have on the program Mrs. chrysanthemums and yellow glad- 4pm. tthoulder. She w as nen'otis. had
manager
Mr.
who toll. At either end were the hand-
Corbett of Chicago Ill.,
Oil Station corner of Madison and I At the close of the meeting, reoI' headaches, nausea and trouble
and coffee
i china tea
paints under the name Rachel painted
Walnut Sts.Hospital. Stearns. Mrs. Corbett, who is on I L1 sen-ices. Silver trays held dainty freshmcnts were served by Lu- ': sleeping.

a tour of Florida is a graduateof II sandwiches cookies and candies. I cretia Cumbries. Shi Ann Smith I After other methods foiled! to

AuxiliaryTo the University of Wisconsin Mrs. J. T. Lawson greeted and Cecilia McComb: bring relief she consulted a

Meet Feb. 9thMrs. I and also taught art there. She I I --- -- guests at the door and presented I Chiropractor who located and
''
is a director of the All AmericanArt Birthday Parties STATK SENATOR Charley E. Johns crowns Betty Jean Gaskins of them to Mrs. H. A. Lawson and I remo\ed the none pressure

W. 11. Graham temporary Gallery at Miami and alsoa Honoring Seven Lawty the March of Dimes Queen at t 'n-age ball held in the Woman's Mrs. Charles Lawson who stood j which was the basic cause of

chairman of the Bradford County member of Blue Dome and Club la-st Saturday night. Other (Juern candidates are (from in the receiving line. Mrs. W. B. PEST CONTROL her sjmptoms.

Hospital Auxiliary announces a Penwomen. Mrs. Corbett has won During PastVeek Mt) Mary Starling, sponM>red by the State Farm community; San Mundy invited the guests to the Bring jour health problem to

meeting for Thursday Feb. 9. at many state awards in art and she dra Johns, candidate of Beta Sigma I'hi; Joann Made, sponsored by tea table and Miss Agnes Lawson TERMITES the

3 in the Parish House on exhibits continuously in all Illinois Birthday parties seemed to be (| was in charge of the guest book. ALL TYPES OF
pm. Chamber of Commerce and BoblxBo.ste lo candidate
; < of the Little
Church Street. Art Shows in Chicago. Shj the order of the day with seven j Presiding at the coffee service GROVE SPRAVLGFlorida

this time the nominating also won the National Water Col- given in the past week: Women's Club. The Queen Contest swelled the March of Dimes fund at different hours were Mrs. H BOLLINGER
At I
committee will present a slate of or award In the National Gallery Young John Anderson celebratedhis by $1,043.43. L. Hough Mrs. Edna Prevatt Pest Control CHIROPRACTICCLINIC

officers for the ensuing year. The Washington, D. C. Mrs. Cor- sixth birthday on Jan. 26 witha i.1 and Mrs. Mundy. Pouring RussianTea & Chemical Co.

talk party for eight of his little at different hours were Mrs .
bett will give an interesting q
by-laws and constitution are be- I ; I Phone Franklin 6-6035
at the club meeting and show :friends at his home on N. Temple ,! L. G. Powell, Mrs. James Puckett Modern :Methodl.ady
ing prepared and will be presentedfor :21= X W. 16th Are
approval by the members.At I several of her paintings. ( avenue. The youngsters played of Keystone Heights. and Mrs. L. Gainesville Assistant Steam Baths

will games during the party hours and A. Canova. Also assisting in serv- Fla. 3 Blocks North
the conclusion of the business I Hostesses for the afternoon of Post Office
favors of balloons and Ewell Lawson Mrs. Can for estimate I
were given Mrs.
meeting a coffee hour will be en- be Mrs. Jennings, Mrs. Naswor- ing were In Starke
I candy. M L. Lawson Mrs. V. V. Hazen. ;,
joyed. thy.. Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mrs
Mrs Jesse Newsome Mrs. L. D. ,
All women interested in the Charley Johns, Mrs. H. B. Pey Mrs. Del Colley was a surprised Haines. Miss Clair Jean Mundy,

Auxiliary are cordially invited to ton Mrs. Eertha Pearce Mrs. honoree at a party given for her :

attend. Arthur McRae, Mrs.: Harmon Friday evening, Jan. 27, by Mrs. Miss Furlong.Lera Lawson. and Mrs. Max Sell It Rent ft Trade H

I Mrs.S. .
:Morgan, Mrs. Lester Crews, Mildred Cuttino celebrating Mrs.
selections ''I
soft
L. Peek. Mrs. V. O. Bridgesand Colley's birthday anniversary. Providing piano

Mrs. Floyd Wiggins. The Colley home on N. WalnutSt. dunng the tea hours three tt. !! WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

six o'clock, were Miss Joan Furlong (
.. was festive for the occasion .
and Mrs. Joe Jordan. -
I with arrangements of white chrysanthemums .
DAEBU 400 wer; I I i
Approximately guests Low Rates Good
Results
-
and pink Japonicas.The Easy To Place
I 62nd Anniversary Sal at invited to attend this delightful.,

STARKE FLA. Alvarez Store.Cover beautiful two-tiered birthday j I affair I' !o WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION 5 t
cake was topped with a miniature
I EACH ADDITIONAL WORD
2e
chair with
rocking complete a
Sun. Mon. and Tues. I
I hand crocheted cushion. for Mrs. \VSCS Notice nicor.: OF 15 PER CKNT ov TWO OR :MORE iF.RTlO'I! !
Feb. 5, 6, 7 AimiTION-1, FOR BLIND AI1S
Colley to retire on in '96. I I OR AUII NOT PUU IS AIM'.*NTEANNOt ,
DOUBLE FEATURE Cin-les of the First Methodist i iWSCS
The 12 guests played bridge I I Foil SA'.K-Pre-ra-t I'. mint --tfi .
will meet next week as 4 ft. Mirths 14
during the evening and were given I"'r step. Also
THE WARRIORSIn I \l l\G tiu- wok of all kndfr. .
::o' : lip-stick and address-book favors. ANOTHER $392 for the March of Dimes is handed to Mrs. Joe Andrews follows: h>tinati"i! Milli.inl Judd Ic ;
Cinemascope and Technicolor hl$ : -! Circle One at the home of Mrs. ,i j 0*\ Elt 'WOton iv un ItID'I Uit.ttt..- St I'hi.ne. 2 l.J.:;

WIth Errol flynn I Little Brant Turner at the State III (right), polio drive chairman, by Babs Lance president of L. A. Davis. Tuesday morning at I TllltOK.II ill TO (1'01.11I01.nllI"lIlt .Ut\\. l1V.V > 4tp ; : 'i

Farm celebrated his third birthday the Little Women's . If J ou did not participate Full! --\LF.-IO arrt-o <,..f land 4-
In these !S \\ 1'.t UK Monnu ruMin. house, de.- well
-And- !1 on Jan. 27 with a small party for Club. Hi-Y members raised $269 from their toll road project, while t! Circle Two in the education how to _a,. on jour l\- m-ar M hool and"hu,- routes eleum-in I'fI.-

I few of his friends. 1 afternoon at 3 !M !( %>('P. .<1 reasonably W. II. Rarwicj..
a the Little Women netted $123 from the dance and a skit night pro- | building Monday Hox 7. Hampton. Fla 4tp 2'1"1
King Of The I o'clock. IXlM.r. I:. ( ON >KK INM II \\CKstarkr
gram. ,
Linda McRae was hostess at a I! Circle Three with Mrs. R. 11. H Kaolrkt t.runloK _*K.ncj- FOR SAJ.K-Alabama 'rowder P, ,
Khyber RiflesIn [ weiner roast last Friday afternoon Two U..n.dK.rn<* To !SrrtrAou. I Srfd :nj'-f; : gernim.Uion. 20o p.
i Russell Monday afternoon at 3 III.UIK J. H. SUfi en5 y, Or.ihatr
Cinemascope and Technicolor Jan. 27, celebrating her 13th birthday 7 o'clock.i I'bone ::-.:. 13tiV.. Call. s| :;tp 2 : 7C.RI'EXTER

With Tyron 1'ower anniversary. i
i WORK Rfomod.-!
Plus Cartoon I The 15 young guests enjoyed out TKXTIIMVKHWtlll inp.. Cement lilncks. Roofing and
Club : \IIIOS' IIKIIKKII I "idin!,". Cement
\Voman's work. Cha .A
Junior >
and the : J
j games dancing Curing & SI, MaLr .til ModrUI Sorrell. c/n Telegraph tfchyRITBRER
Wed.. Thurs.-Feb. 8, 9 party hours. i I Hrnixinablr charert cuara"I..d''
DOUBLE FEATURE I ;, The Junior Woman's Club will.I, t II i". c. MUI'UI-: STAMPS made to jrcUr.
!j I TIKI W. (all 5(. viarkr I'h 210 daters, numbtrers. notarywals..
I
: Feb. 6, at 8 J I
Charge i meet Monday night
I Mrs. E. C. Lewis was given a | f.li-simile stamps lradt...d <'iunty
Hans Christian ; o'clock in the Woman's Club. TeleKraph. tf
surprise birthday supper party S.CATOG.HEIGHTS
Congrats to Betty Gaskins of Stump was up in Atlanta from i j

Anderson AFTER a fire damages your Friday evening, Jan. 27 by her Lawtey for walking off with top Sunday to Wednesday attendinga I i lege meet in Atlanta Inci-1,II UNIT No. 2 BULL-DOZING -- FILL

With Danny Kay home, you'll be faced with four children: :Mrs. Woodrow honors as March of Dimes Queen Style Show j dentally Jeannette spent the holidays Three bed room rosiest home DIRT -- LAND CLEARING
Thomas Reed Lewis, Meed Lewis
,
at the Teenagers Ball in theWoman's now aider ro..trurtlon' la ,
) Among those down her Chuck Meis-1 I
going i with fiance.
bills for rebuilding repairing
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and Mrs. Paul Faulkner.The j MarLr'n nrvreut .IU. Prfcoe Shell
-AndWinter Club Saturday evening }! to Gasparilla in Tampa this week- | ter and his parents in Bismark, I. ,veteran flOOOO with application Oyster Peat Humus
refurnishing .
13 included the families
guests Charley Johns was on handat end will be Peggy and Robbie North Dakota and was featured to purcfca. fSO.OO la I Bide 8and1'a.l.ftg Drl\"e\\ayt
SerenadeWith of the four children.Dr. thirty dayi ..11 $235.00 *t claalaf.Trice '
Where vll! you get the the crowning before a record Shaller. Henry and Ann Stefa- with a big spread of pictures in.. to non veterans $2i0. i

Ralston crowd of about 60 with application) to purchase OVID LEWISW.
Vera teenagers ,, nelh and children. Elissa and I the Bismark newspaper as the''
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money W. E. Middleton celebratedhis and low $5M.OO at closing. !
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Plus Cartoon 79th Sun- the young crowd certainly went Raymond See Bobby Biggs is little Southern gal who'd never I|I Buy now and helwt the interior Madison St. Starke
birthday anniversary
From your insurance policyif all out in decorating the club home on furlough having spent seen snow before The pix I II I colors and tile for bath and kit PH. ssa-\V
day at a small dinner party. chen. See the plans keep themovernltht I
Fri. Sat.-Feb. 10. 11 call for house for the dance there the past two years in Japan and showed her sliding down selrction.
you on us adequate Mrs. W. E. Middleton and daughter a snow I; and make your ,
DOUBLE FEATURE were clusters of gaily colored Korea he is making the J. W. I covered hill in a "flying saucer." If YOU want to own a i 2& PAID ON SAVINGS KEY-
protection today Miss Madge Middleton, had as balloons >some> it will par YOU to lmet.ti- STONE STATE BANK KBT-
tied from all the light Andrews home on Kingsley Lake pelting Chuck with snowballs,
I dinner guests with Dr. Middletonon I j rate this.FLORIDA. STONE IUCIGHTS. FLA., MEMBER -
StrategicAir fixtures red and grey crepe his headquarters while here he and trying to ice skate Some I I FD1C.
this occasion Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I I REALTY CO.
p-- paper streamers were hung from reports to Fort Bragg, N. C. I fun, even if the weather was bej j -
CommandIn Budd Jr. and and
family Mrs. Mae :
all the doorways and in loops around Feb. 20 did you see low zero Of Starke BILL SOTO

Vista( Vision and Technicolor Jones of Jacksonville Dr. M. B. around the auditorium and the the exquisite pearl earrings that t Well, seems to be all for now Real Fjtaie Br.ktr

With Frank Lovejoy H. C. \Wall Agency E.Herlong L. Matthews, John and Powell daughters.Mrs. and Mrs.. I refreshment table in the sunroom Bobby brought back from Japanfor Surely hope the groundhogdidn't 355 T..pl.eo Marke, Florida Telc.a... 383 SIGN SHOPOne

-And- held bouquets of gladioli and Myrtle Anderson? Ken- see his shadow yesterday Mile South

Phone: 146 i roses the couples danced to neth Johns has been discharged for I wouldn't exactly relish On Keystone Highway
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V. W. Strickland, Jr. gave FOR SALK New S x S x 16 Con
Bells Of Rosarita their favorite recordings played i from service and arrived home I six more weeks of the kind of crete block. UP. Cement 11.69 Phone 178-L
e lovely party Monday afternoon,
200 E. Call Street from a juke box and there were i last Saturday after two years in weather we've been having late per bag. Mortar Mix $1.30 per I
With Geo. Gaby Hayes and Jan. 30, for her son, Danny, who I bag. Bradford Engineering Co. I'I''I
Bill Elliot Starke Fla. was two years old. delicious refreshments for all the Army with the past year ly 'I phone $4. Starke. tf All Types Signa

the floor show during intermis- I spent in Korea he is enteringthe Carol'tl.I .
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Plus Cartoon and Serial The Strickland home on N. Walnut !-
sion was the highlight of the affair U. of F. for further studies I FAKM FOR SALE-Five room house
_ _ St. was decorated for the occasion 62nd Sale atAis'arez on 101 acre. Contact Mrs. Enoch
in the cowboy theme with Jan :Mundorf, acted as i i today, the beginning of the springterm. I' Anniversary ){t'lly. Kt. 2, Box 113-0. 4tp jZ
I Store.Welding.
emcee and the following membersof : I
bronze and gold predominating.The I I FOR SALE --Starke's Most Deslrabi.
the Hi-Y club put on a hilarious -I Jack Miller and John Mack I Building Lots. Located in cent-:
refreshment table held .
a centerpiece .f ,,, .
Stark Also tar an>l dw.-":
of bronze and gold chry- skit. a take-off from the I Newsome received letters of acceptance & Brazing inDoyle E. Conner Heal E -

banthemums. Mickey Mouse TV daily program: from West Point to go tat*.


TV ServiceAll I: The 12 youngsters enjoyed playing I I II Dennis___." ..Mathews.,__ ...._....,_Raymond... T_____ T Stef-____ i for another three-day exam at Bradford Located Furniture Opposite Corp. 1".11' ..:.. ,<;.1ldlll"n.AI.E-Plano.i. Krani"I' h & ita. .
djICL1Z. I"II ,. .UUIII, .Jt'ITY La\\- Ft. 'Bennmg Ga. in March if lt.iMiriat>J< I.
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i in the yard and received favors A Hak. r. Ifi.x 6j, Iak.- ';, r"1 'I i
son. Billy Harrington Ken Noe- On U. S. 301 TIIONE 414-J ..
j of paper cowboy hats soap figures, the principals are rejected and ph. -i K>-} it'flr ;3544 -Ip l .
gel. Joe Harden and Calvin Pace. &
| bubble sets balloons and horns. the two fellows are accepted they Open Evenings SaturdaysF.

Little Danny's grandmother all dressed as Mouseketeers complete will go to West Point for the 3rd R. DANNY F..I( -\J.E ,.,. "'ti I'"I' l.\I"K rIm. LARGE LOTSTWO
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Work Guaranteed Free Estimates with black skull caps and I '01.1, : iin -ijit- id i .fflK..ra-
Mrs. Calvin of July class both are keeping
,; Houpt, assisted his ; I'hone 42VNAi1r '"i |irui t'. ally n. w fontai t Mrs. !MILES
Fully Equipped ... Dependable I mother in serving and caring for big ears -- taking the part of their fingers crossed Orchid J. r. i 'ox. phone JS3-J. 2tp 2(3KHI IIIGIIWA109 SOl"TIIos
Duck Kenneth Noe-
Donald
was
to Dr. Middleton who celebratedhis
the guests and his $ HKtt'ARn fr>r information
All Makes and Models I gel being a Mouseketeer fan fence Drue in on nproad just
Dr_ Houpt. took grandfather'l i 79h birthday on Sunday .:i'.uiini; to th one that cut pastthe
myself I wish I'd seen it alSo '! inv i>rnjitrty to 1'J\\.l1 I.ik<>. creek bridge. Owner at
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of the party.Brownie. Xoted that Austin and Harold ( J M.i'.ri. Kdard.- tfchg .
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV appearing on the floor show Smith and families are each I ; hou..,. Lots are 100 x 300 and

I were Sylvia Paulk and Carol Ann larger. F.a..y terms of 9100.00
j building a home out on Hiway : Foil SU.K
Troop ; Pickett who both sang several !j down and $10.00 per month.
j 100 West about half a mile west Farm with .VIrrr lal.t',
110c'r.
Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone numbers and Gene Norman who I' I Building aid possible. Brokers'
To Meet Klor for drtrlupnirot. i'rirrd
I Tuesday of Crosby Cemetery on tim Ho-
put on his famous talking skit. | I rranonablr, Cooperation Invited.C. .
Smith the CV
239 Starke Fla. gan property
j The Brownie I of the affair Calvin |
E.
Troop girls aged sponsors 1 Thomases have moved into their STKOUT REALTY HOEDECKER

OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARYA | 8 to 10 will meet Tuesday. Feb. \ and Marie Houpt had assisting i j new home at 609 Pinewood Dr. John Hansen RepresentativeP. Box 39, Route 1

j 7. at 3:30: pm. in Mrs. Bettylay's them in serving: Eoline Smith I i Pinehaven and Mr. and Mrs L I P. O. Box 3D 7 Starke. Florida i ii

3rd class with Tyler and Myrtle Jones. Inez and i j
grade room I! J. Reaves have moved into the }1&,
i Mrs. Joseph Warren leader. This Lloyd Green and Hazel Paulk I\ i A WATKINS: RJI'TE'ddahl., .
'I I { Sparks rental on Lafayette st. PROSE WALDO nos2S3iFOR irailford ( ?
troop is sponsored by the Beta also sitting on the sidelines were 1| I dealers ounty. Many nearby
BONDED REPRESENTATIVEof II i Mr. Reaves is manager of the I now making i\t-r I0ld( '
Mrs. J. B. Gaskins anlj per week. This .
Sigma Phi sorority. Mr. and is r.n" of u,
Gold House the Arnold Q. I best routes in the
the I I I.! Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts Sr. I! Smiths have moved into their SALF.-Four brand new Frigldaires or Wire. The J H Watkms.tat- Writ('rm.-

from JS200 to 1105.00 off I pany. 659 Wen
Pea
of Lawtey htr-
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Singer Sewing Machine Company WCTU MeetingA I I new home at 628 Pinewood Dr I list. And one used apt. size 3- K. Atlanta. Oa. 4t< hg 2/17 N
same'evening V.urner Electric- Range 100:; .44. On- i
I At the USO the Pinehaven the M. C. Stephens '
isintheSTARKE I !9 cubic ft Home Freezer A-I MAN Oft WOMAN TO ,, .
.. called meeting of the WCTU I at a well-attended March of are occupying the Vanpfy \ shape 1100. E. H Smith, 666 N route of entaMl.-hecl- riiMtomers tak- ,i.:Izi

AREA was held Tuesday afternoon in Dimes Ball the couples danced | house on N. Walnut Mr and Temple Av. Itchg Starke Weekly profit of '50,1)
or more at
Mart ,
the assembly; room of the P. 0.1 to the strains of Bob Singleton's Mrs. Paul Canova of G'ville havn I or other investment pofMible No .t*'
I neHf.ar\
EACH Madison of F. orchestra that -:. -' CALL STREET PROPERTY Will help you .
W. building on St. I U. hear into their new home at I get Harted \\'rlt.
moved @KH. I
( It I'-ibl, I> .
-pt F-1 j.
MONDAY and FRIDAYfor postponed items were discussedand I the floor was so slick that several -i 611 Francis St., Pinehaven i Choke' Kite for builorMi property II Watkins 'ompany, Memphlt-The J. "

regular business dispatched. fair maids fell down and Bill and Clyde Sinclair are build. i "Ohhhhhmy achin' motor." I OB llruJarn fell Street railFlorida I. Markr for p.r- I Tennessee. itt

I The next meeting will be held danced the rest of the eveningin ing their home on E. Call St I ''I FOP. PALE-134S Plymouth r, par-.

SALES SERVICE REPAIRSmail in February and will be a specialone I their stocking feet the between the Denmarks and Slades! STOP HERE FIRST I Realty Co. I enptr lent /condition< oun<>. Clean$300 and f;m. ,. *>7A iti *.'_

coupon below honoring the memory of ,I drawings with gifts donated from Mrs. Truman Dyal of Brook- Of Starke I Yawn. Court Mount. 4tp %. ,4
Frances Willard, founder of the about 30 local merchants was one I To be sure to get where you "
- - - - er has purchased the E. C. Long FOR P.ENT-Five
room
(G., .Indrrni. W. B. SewelU frnShen
WCTU. of the highlights of the evening I Sr. house on Christian St. and occupants are going with smooth A. J. TkontM) houM, 2 baths, rlofe ,n. )4G! p'"'
SINGER SEWING: MACHINE CO. month R V. nemorent.
!'i Minnie Lu and Don Pa. I motoring all the way stop vrFOR '
Xo. i IKS: Temple Air. Phone 3S3 ,
402 Marion StreetLaie
Florida Can't Get Rid Hear that Calvin Johns escaped I tray and family, are moving from here to ga. up and lube up Stark. Florida I !-dan!SALri-l95i 1470 Call Plymouth'.r .... r.4 j A, \ -

City, -....... serious injury Monday when lw ]i, there to the Moncrief house. 717 with Safe economical .Sinclair f Hitchcock State J'rlF'n, Hufo"jI

Gentlemen: of Your Cold ? was working on a gas water!: W. Call St, formerly occupied by Products. .WINDOW .LEASISG-Stores. of-

I am In need of the following: 11 Mrs. Kirby | f I. "-. h'n&Fior maintenancett I I.N-rOMB TAX PREPAP.KF. ,
heater at the Presbyterian Manse the Ducky Linsins rt-.i'i.n.ibl. rIc. \\'. S. Ag- r h

-Senire on my present Sewing MachineSmirt Then try 666 the wide-activity medicine seems he didn't know that [togas Smith and son Bob, of Haw ;t i HI' :(4 K Iri>wnlefc St. Starke I Fla.HanM-n.Ph"ne P O Wall F? ,T "ij?F: -.r.!I'I
for greatest effectiveness I 2tp 2/10 -'U
on my present Vacuum Cleaner I against oU symptoms of aU kinds of was escaping when he struck thorne have moved to 713 Thomas WAGER'S I 4- ': : '

-- __*.--_--------Information on New Sewinjf Mathine<< I i ((lids. 666 combines 4 potent, wiJely- :; match to light the heater andit St. Starke. F"U unfurnished IE-T-Twl 664 Water Ixdroom St.house Mrs. I f'IfI'SI2 i.J jf V<.'I ,.. .i I I' .
.i i!t-r day .
I prescribed drugs and gnes positive blew up in his face he re- 1 Hear that Jeannette M,'Len,3or.,. SERVICE I. !f' :''iiour' 2tn 210IiiVI' |I' nur<=". mt. restf-d or n p'ir i;, i \.j.' :. .,

! NAME _____________________________________________________ dramatic results In a matter of hour fiv-ftrf minor burns on face and '. daughter of the H. B. McLendor.- : 1.-: aid White male I! (rhiM. Starke 'of'j
i Its combined therapy covers the \ $ %
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1 compete ranee of o# cold symptoms. hands noted that W. H. Sisk. of Orlando and granddaught-r oMrs. !f STATION I, ;., \' .. I,' .'r..r may have, l by iden- FOR TlKXT: -Four r." 'y .
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pharmacist at Mitchell's drugstore : E. S. Matthews of Sarkeis 4' W I (I'
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No other coW remedy : 98; Temple Phone 420 Up fr.-n .''arkP.r.d'i .>'i i T. '!I. 'I,

CITY unnu_________-_____-________ PHONE._____nnu__ ton match 606 liquid 6 6 6 :eft Wednesday for Wild- a member of the chair.pionshij,: Starke, Fla. F'lll II-XT-Thrfoe: room furnished :'"
; Cud: TobUto. wood where he will: be ,' ...
tf 666 employedby debating team at FSU which r i; -'-fM. -.an.. \\ <
.t a Rexail store there Lillian centiv won new honors in a LO': t Ph.rE: 27-W Up Mr.' tr'-.n at .-\V ,1

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
FEBRUARY 3, 195 T\GE FUR
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Mr. and M.S. Sid Shu ford and 1| Mr. and Mrs. X. il Smith spent 1 i'! F.J,..; I'[ P'i. I,.,' / : ;. ,. :. ... .1". 1
ic Sn flr rrrrrsrrrrr rrsrr sS rrrsssr- . .
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son spent Sunday at Jacksonville I the weekend at Lake Santa Fe h... I.. Jn'.I..r..1 'g.': 11-1 t >
Beach. with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Murray of 'HAUI.KS: : .A. 1UUPV nth.. al...v.' I'alll'd I',,"! I .-.!
4.:' rk ..f 'r.: HIT i'i iI'.i.ulf 1 ; ..11-.. \\ )h. n n Fthl 1 11. '.. "
:Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned home Jacksonville and Mr. and Mi.-. r after month's in Smith of Live Oak. .". -. ... .1 .ie.. I.e.. I:. K..: i h .I' I: I
Tuesday a stay I Hayden
tCIN \\ ,,-dn. 1.-1'1 K..:. h I: !'h 1'.1;
cP&6dna Jacksonville at the home of Dr. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Haller 01 III I hr irruil. ( vnrl ..( HradfnrilI I.h "..loll I. F'.I- ': I'1
and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza.Dr. Jacksonville visited the J. C ""III 3 I'luriila: : P'eet'i', )1.11110 fl'.. K .I. 'I i\ ..' .. ..
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la I buarrrfIKI. .lIn".1 S % ,1i.rI. .II' .H I i'Ki
and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Hobbs family and other foiin: 4.-.. :N... !.'....'I teh. ar.. .1..f..n.IcII i-. !h.,'
THE NEWS '- :!. HoI.MKS.: |.ioprrtv invoheil in -..hI! I I'
-_- and Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville : friends here on Saturday.62nd I'.wurr.! : -.tuate in Uradford ,"ouitH. ..1.!
spent Monday to Wednesday : Anniversary Sale atlvarez \ and de ,-ril.,'d a<-:
._- ,, : I : i 1\' K \i.'-n. ji:.. .. .d. SW', <.f XK'4. and :N'K .
Jsrssssfl srsss .
ssrrrr -ssrs--sss
at Cedar Keys. \ Store. .
I'rf. nil.intor of NWI-4 of Section 21. T\\I'. 7
and Mrs who tllllWIC: PI III K' tTlil\ ,\\.1)l I
Mrs. Ed Wansley Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth. S.. R. 22 E. and."ornmenoinR .
Mr and :Mrs R. R. Mrs. XIV. Lance
Hutchingspent .
was in Way- % >11.1: in \i-riic *ii feet We-r ..i t'i
# the weekend in Eustis visiting : cross Ga. over the weekend visiting Clyde Raulerson of Plant City has been ill, has had as visitors, viT : Tilt STATK: "K FJ.'IIi'Tn.. Souihra t corner of S, .' I' Tn I
were Sunday afternoon guests of :Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hair and I .' ,. lit :.in ):' mint and KIIKTU-. Bons.'t 7 S. K 21 .: KoR .4 PI'INT < >K
Mr and Mrs. R. A. Green and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Carswelland .if South )',-nI. Iinluiia. nhi.eni HEtllNXINC. and then.e ,
Mr and Mrs. J. H. Hooten.Mr. family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner.Mr. daughter. Ann of Lake City on I I -. -.. ,' "' ix .,th<*r \ i-.. unknown: Wet :240 feet thence 1 nn :\"J'
I .I I I..Illa: llankiii .nd Mit-hael H.in- :210 feet them run Ka-t -4
and Mrs. W. B. Mundy I and Mrs. Wesley Andrews and Mrs. Charlie Cowen I Sunday, and Mrs. A. B. Cellon and l I.:ns ,.( lan>iie. Mi."higan. whosei feet theme run South 21t.' ." .
to in Ware had the weekend and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe ; Mrs. T. J. Strkkland of Gainesville i TilE BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL Spani..h Club enjoyed a delightfulbanquet '.-'.1. n. .. 1" tithcrxvise unknown; said point .*f beffinDtnpttua;
spent Sunday Thursday as guests during .
I I.. :ih Kal,'h SI. Pe. trru and K RMcKfjttrv. in the community of fl, :flit; ""
the at U. of I in the Lions Den last Saturday iu"ght, A full course :Spankhdinner
I attended graduation Tuesday. .
on .
Shoals S. C. visiting friends and Mrs. J. L. Dowling of DaytonaBeach. I uhu>-> rfrMd.'n e is Ira Florida:
n Atlanta on a buying trip. Mr. and :Mrs. L. R. Robertsof I F. Saturday evening of the Ren- 62nd Anniversary Sale at I featuring yellow rice and ('hirkt'na... .served and after the t'.n Virginia; ; rieon Pannepacker that the relief soufiht i- the j>.\. '
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and if ned his .
.1 11I011 unknown wifr.whi.f ; In n of said properv. and vou a:
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PLANTS: Carnations Bab3Breath Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. froe's daughter-in-law, Mrs. sam- Alvarez Store. banquet most of the young people attended the tt't'naIar'h, of residence is 15!.N. State St.NVwtuwn. i required to appear in said iVai .
uel Renfroe. i Mr. and Mrs. Travis Curtis andMrs. I Fvnn<-ylvania.: Karl H ;, and >'aus>> and to serve a i op\ :
Petunias, Daisies Scabl- Ralph Bryan of Keystone Heights I Dimes dance in the Woman's Club. Chaperones were Lei'i Jabter.Spani.'d XeiRlrr. whose residence is Oypreysi'r your an-wer "r pleadings to I""
ova at Sistrunk's. and Mrs. J. B. Drennen of Columbia PLANTS: Carnations Baby Panelo Mitcham of Atlanta instructor Mrs. 1I.: Co\ and Mrs. J. L. Gentry. The Spanish .-ek. Severna I'ark. Maryland: Complaint on the -- aU"I I
Breath. I'etunia1)ai'.it" Srabi- were visiting Mrs. W. G. Haile 1 Joseph.figlfr, w hose residenceis ney. HoIhs V. 1\ Iht. wh"S< !
S. C. Club is planning a trip to Vbor City, Tampa sonic time in April. Cvprf Ort-k. St-v' .rna Park. drpss is Starke. Florida and I.. tili !
I ova at 4j'.trunk' Thursday to Saturday. They spent ,, Maryland and if married his un- i the original in the office i.f >h. I
Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. J. B. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle attended I Friday at the Stephen Foster -Photo bv Franklin Rit<'h. < .."n ,f.-. Karl II. 7o..i/l'l..r. Jr Clerk of Circuit Court. all .,n -
Drennen and Mrs. W. f:. Middleton !II I whose residence is Sf x.rna Park. before the 5th dav of Mar, li. 14'..rctherwie
I the Camellia Show in Memorial.Mis. Maryland and whose mailing; ad- the alU'Ratloii- i.t. I
spent Thursday in St. Augustine : .I dres" i.. P (). HOX 301. P\'rna :.mplaint will !... taken as coned :\.--.
Jacksonville Sunday. I is attending -
on Eustis McKnight
FLORIDA where they visited "The Old Span- HONOR ROLL Lawtey Lions Raise Park. Maryland and if married his bv you.
Mrs. Jessie Young attended the I the Public Health Nurses I unknown wife and all unknown 4 j This notice. shall !>* puMihome ''
ish Treasury Building" and other claiming interest in thhfremaftrr each week for four oor.-eiu-
I person any
Show in For Polio FundThe
Camellia Show and Dog at the Mayflower $180
I points of interest. I Supervisors meeting The following students were on ; described prnlh'rl a'. tixe weeks in the Bradford fount v
Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. Hotel in Jacksonville I I tttf heir. granl...-". creditors "r. Telegraph a duly qualifitd n> w -
I 62nd Annhersary Sale at the Honor Roll at Bradford High $180.40 for the "Ih'rIailllanl" lee. thri.ueh. underor paper puMi-h.il in said i'ount\
StricklandSr. sum of
i V. W.
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THEATRESat. Alvarez Store. and Mrs. Thursday and Friday. School for the third six-week apam the fullnu ing known | Ordered and issued this 2Sti!
of Daytona Beach spent the March of Dimes was raised by i lh'r-/1. who are dead. to wit Wiljiani .l.,\' ..f Januarv. IQ:. !
and Mrs. R. E. MacBlain period. K.tKhrtuttr. ..011.1I".n Rev. the Lions their last O'FFICIAI.
Strick- Lawtey at
weekend with the junior Bradford Teachers ;th Grade { William Kali h, d.-.1] 1., .- H..,' I .CHA1U.KS: \llP.V .
pent the first of the week in lands in Starke. meeting. it was announced by Kal. I h .iKn known :,- i..v: K..l.-h. I ''!10 rk (.r ;t li.' i*::1'.11.1 i""u" tlr..dr".1
their son-in- I Kathleen Conway Nancy LeeIDaliey eI..1 I I'liffi.id Kll I. 'i. ill.s, itI.ttn |: i ''"un'v Florida
Apalachicola visiting is j President D. L. Shuford. Among; .
Deland
Whitnel of Meet .
Pearl Will Today .
Feb. 4 ONLY Mrs. I Brenda P.ipn )p.ti ki i I. di'i.i'.fd i V" ': *i :: 4i : -
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. spending ten days with Mr. and I I William Jackson the women who helped to put o'er

DOUBLE FEATURE i George Fortunas and their new Mrs. Merrill Struth and family.Mr. To Elect OfficersThe I Lewis, Carole McRae, MargaretAnn the fund-raising drive were Mrs. U I

baby daughter. and Mrs. Ray Clark of Phillips. Mary Harriet Pow- George Roberts. Mrs. H. C That's Our Business I
Man From ButteWith Bradford Education Asso- ell. Perman Roberts Sara J;:
I and Mrs. H E
I Belvedere S. C. spent the weekend I Wainwright
-- will meet this afternoon Martha 0 It!
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark. ciation Sprow. Alma Lee Thornton. Priest. "W If It's Class! We Have
with
Hop Along Cassidy (Friday i at 2 o'clock in the usa Weldon Frank Williams I 4 CALL WRITE or VISIT
I They all visited Kenneth Clark in building Main items of business I Lou Wainwright. j I Circuit Court Judge George L fjj
Wash Your Clothe Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. Mary i Patten was the speaker at th'
-And- : will be the election of a new slate 8th GraM j I Joe Peters Glass Co.
62nd Anniversary SaJ' athart"z I | meeting. He gave the audienrj
., ... I of officers and delegates to th'forthcoming Bobby AKvood, Larry Elder.
-- I I 9For Pounds .\ Store. Mi an interesting account of :he
FEA meetingin Hank Graham Grie-
\ ift./l Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternberg of Judy Gatta, history of the organization 01 i FOR ANY CLASS NEED
.,- .__-___.__ J I ami. C. P. Cowen is incumbent da Kimbler Judy Lesawyer. Caro- i
Daytona Beach were weekend Lions Intel national. We Modern Store Fronts
WARNcR BROS..1.., 40c! president of the teacher group. lyn Norton Linda Kay Sale Bob- i,: Design
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Junius Just Mail Us A Pattern for
I Students in the county's whiteschools by shannon. Lane Shannon. Judy :

'ThE DIM. FREE Bleach If Desired! Smith.Mrs. P. S. Denmark is spending I will be dismissed at noon Thointon, Harold Tyus. Barbara Rebels Quartet Table Tops

9 several months in Lakeland visiting I i in order that teachers and principals Ward Greta Fay Alvarez. Lmd.- Booked At Lawtey 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville.) Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
attend the afternoonmet'tl'lg. McKmney.Theiessa .
may Hutchinson Dewey
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Handley.Mr. '
Maruca, Nancy Shan- By Lions ClubA .
We Will I and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and I ..,. .. -

I son. Jimmy. of Tampa were week- i, Rites WednesdayFor barger.Diane Linda Fiilh Cox saunura Linda Hilde-uou- benefit concert by the Rebels- JfU ,,- r9"1 3
son
end guests of Mrs. O. L. Beasley i
Dry Your Clothes I Kincaid.Mr. bran. Dottie Faye Marcer. Caro Quartet sponsored by the Lawt.yLions.
J.V.
and Mrs. T. H. McNeillThomas ;
I and Mrs. Carl Anders visited |; Iyn'kker!', Edith Adams Palri- will! be held Thursday. F>.<> HUNDREDS

For 20cIn Mr. and Mrs. Martin Chitty in H. McNeill a former \'ia Harper Terry Walters San- : 18, at S p.m. In the La"*ley Junior

New Automatic Driers! Gainesville on Sunday. I resident of Starke. died Mondayat I dra Whilehead! Thomas Batten.i: high school it was announced by of details are managed and economic

I I PLANTS: Carnations. Baby j! his home inew Smyrna. : Maragret Douglas Anne Matthews D. L. Shuford president of the ally attended that only! a trained and
'
\\ I.' TLivt 0 Breath, Petunias, Daisies, S'ahi- Funeral services were held Wednesday Barbara salmon. Thomas Parra- i' Lions club. The Rebels are \ve.l-! careful organization can attend when

ova at Sktrunk"Rev. .. j afternoon at 4 o'clock in I Judd, Dave Long Ozell known television, radio and I't. L
Jo Smith, the urgent need for serving is at
# tIj The Washeteria i and Mrs. J. Sherwood the First Presbyterian Church I more Buster Partin. : cording artists.

: I and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prevatt attended Ihere. Burial was in Edgewater Woodrow Strickland.9th 1 1I I Admission to the conceit .\'Illt hand.

I zL : the Sunday School Clinicin Cemetery. I Orade be 1 for adults and 50 cens for'
\ temple Ave. SL&rkeI. Orlando on Thursday of last !i Mr McNeill and his wife moved Barbara Bates Rebecca Brice, t I children. DeVVITT C. JONES

THE WHOLE AMAZ. week. Rev. P. \Velshimer of i to New Smyrna from Starke in I II' Glenda Parker Franklin Rilch ,,' .
I ... .. All proceeds from the allan Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
INGSTOTCFM'BOMBS i-
i Canton Ohio was the principal 195:!. While here he was manager Angela Elder, Jim Hobbs Judy
I' I| Shuford said will go to the LionsLrV5idm nfl-tn--
THAT HAD I Deaker.'ilr.and. of the Starke Builders Sup Kelly Cecilia McComb, Bennie 1.-. n______ '-, '- .:.I (' t 1
TO BflUNCTANDTHE Mrs. W. L. Andrews plies and was a member of the I Williams. John Gieen Helen' "L wuicii 1''U'-' Funeral! Director Ambulance Service
I children.
for
eyeglasses needy
AIR.DEVILS I II Our 10th Anniversary entertained at a dinner party First Presbyterian Church. I Kelly Patsy Nichols, Jean Dug-
Our local funeral horn en&blea uj to offer convenience uxl
*
WHO HAD TO DROP 1 I I II Saturday evening for their childien ger. Henry Hall, Chailene Hardy. I
-IX AITKECIATIO.VSeveral : services not otherwise available.
"EM! Mr. and Mrs. Ronald An Course Brenda Marlin.10th.
__.... Aviation
I
RICHARD MlOW1 I drews of Santa Ana, Calif. an.ll C.rade months ago the peopleof ee_ Sr sflrer-rsflss-ssp trerjstnsrn
NEVER1BEFORE Mrs. K J. Nix, Jr. of KansaCity. : Sponsored By CAPIn Jerry Gibson, Frank Johnson i Thertssa sponsored a Halloween '
: TODD REDGRAVE We turnun tie r.ignest type service at lowest price, saG
Mo and friends. Elissa Stefanelli. Glenda Vaines Festival at the Thetessa Community -
I .mURSUUJEANS-BASHSYIMY-FilnckBi'T Bradford High ac :i>pr. ANY lire insurance policy In force, leaned by ANT
Wins-
Sol* alAharez Dale Elton.
.. 62",1nnin'f'Oar) I.avora Capps. House -- for the purpose of
CSHCRRirfj
tmtt cin.D k Fin ScmneKy by
company as payment In pan or in full on a funeral.
j i DIrected fty IUCHAEI ANDERSON: fS** Store. Bradfoid High School began its ton Kelly. Nellie Lewis Patricia raising funds for improving tho

\ MtsttTEDSY WARNER BROS. (W Mr and Mrs. Ronald Andrews fist course in aviation last week Pellum. Ruth Wilkerson Virginia building and also to provide recreation Consultation carries no obligation._ _
I S SSs Seeps rrrSss.trpsssprrs sr S SJSS.1 6 .ft .
i left Tuesday for their home in' vth Ralph Knight as instnutor Darby. Elizabeth FarXas Betty lacihties for the young

I'lus "Tooth and Consequence" Santa Ana Calif. and Mrs. E. J. The cour.se is one I prepared by Gaskms, Jean Moore. Burge gearing people.

and Chap. No. 'Z Serial Nix. Jr. returned to her home in the Civil Air Patrol am! preliminary Jeanne Wait, Patricia Alva- Due to the cooperation of many I

I Kansas City Mo. after a brie 'I details and preparation were r(>z. Wilbur Barry Pat Hobbs. :, people outside the community .

SO MUCHIN visit with their parents. Mr. and 'I worked out by James! D. Seymour. 11th Grade the festival was a success and !I II

J. M. S1STRUNK Mrs. \\'. I* Andrews. The Ronald i local Public Information Officerof Henry Rkharde Maxine Andrews I enough money was raised for :

Sun., Mon. and Tues. A SEWING MACHINE Andrews and Mrs. Nix spent Sun the Keystone Heights CAP Marilyn Cox Joyce Danney. part of this project which is I

day sight-seeing at St. Augustine I Squadron and instructor Knight. Tom Long Gayle Moore, Marklee now under way. I
Feb. 5 6 7
Marineland and Silver Springs. I Seymour described the courpj Tomlinson Billy Torode Ann We would like to take this opportunity -i

The Court MartialOf I BLOOD DONORS needed for as a thorough and complete one Williams. Lucille McCullough. to thank each one of1' DISTRIBUTOR FOR

!| Bloodmobile to be in Starke Fehi covering such; subjects as 'Our Wayne Mundorff Barbara De- you who had a part in thlij I

Billy Mitchell i 14. (ontadlr.: ... Robert Firth 01 Air Age" a study of the airplane Ropp. Gene Clubb Alice Dodd. worthy undertaking. some merchants '

any member of Beta Sigma i Phi. and why it flies: motors. Jean Mundy Douglas Noun, Fred and individuals as well i j

With Gary Cooper ,I Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis of Wilmington theory of flight weather navigation rick Pellum. Gail Reddish. from Starke and Keystone Heights i j TUXEDO FEEDS

Plus "Old Rocking Chair" I Dela. visited Col. and Mrs. air traffic control, safely 12th Grade I contributed generously in the way I Ii

Tom Cartoon I T. T. Long over the weekend. and vocational opportunities in Gail Duke, Lex Green Jr., Bar- i. of donations, helps etc. We express -

I Mrs. fo:. D. Bedenbaugh of Or aviation. bara Matchelt Bobbe Bastedo especial thanks to Mrs.

SEEBER GOODMANWed. lando and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell olLeestiurg "The response of the studentswas Shirley Green William Home. Rhoda Dampier who worked so''I IN

were guests of Mr. and J gratifying and the quota for Kathryn Johns, John Judd. Ruth hard to make it a success. We

., Thurs.-Feb. 8, 9.I.&MURRAY' Mrs. W. B. Sewell from Friday tc the class was filled in the first Lee Josie Maze Irene Metzger. believe that dollars spent in be- I '
STARKE AND
COMPLETELY AUTOMATICWfflffiill Tuesday. On Monday evening three days," Seymour sa'd. "Un Kenneth Noegel. Barbara Norman half of our young people today VICINITY'

\ \ Mrs. M. F. Brown and Mr. and fortunately many were unable to Joyce Scholl Joan Slade Ina will bring a return of better

TheTRAILOfTheLONESOME Mrs. Sewell entertained at a lovely enroll due to lack of additional Stern Rose Gregory, Jackie citizens tomorrow. We thank you I

UPCN-NOSOT dinner party honoring their house facilities." Hobbs Sandra Johns, Babs Lance. : so much for your help. WRITE OR CALL

PINE Call 239 guests. Invited to attend were Chas. S. Partin. principal of Jan Mundorff. Jane Richarde. I Please forgive us for being s'j I

Col.! and Mrs. T. T. Long Mr. and BUS said that a number of factors Joan Scholl Elizabeth Tatum. slow in acknowledging your ef.
E. R. STEPHENSP.
Color by TECHNICOLOR Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Mrs. A. Z influenced his decision to forts. We had planned to have a
For
Adkins, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs in the \OTICK OF FOHF.CI.Cm HK !i.U.. also I
the
the CAP
course picture of peopleat
inaugurate II young
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Notice is hereby given that! the 0. Box 382 Gainesville. Fla.
I
JTIM HOME: DEMONSTRATION J. W. Kincaid Mr. and :Mrs. K. G school at this time. He pointedout underMKned, a!! Clerk of the Circuit play to put in the paper but
I EY'riA Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dem- court, under and by virtue of the
that in this "Air Age" a Final I><...1'.-(' of Foreclosure hereto- I were unable at present. Phone Franklin 2.8559
.IIIJAS( orest. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ritch, knowledge of aviation is necessary forr entered in that ,rertam caus-p The people of Theressa

$899 Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mr. at the high school level to pending KiBhth Judicial in the Circuit Circuit Court..f Floridain of the Community I

Plus ""tlu,"" of Tomorrow" I and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Mr. and acquaint the student with the ami for Bradford ...'unty Florida -
And Up In t'li.'imerv. being Chancery No. Bradford County in the I'1'" ofStarke. -- '_-.
Mr. and Mrs '
Cartoon Mrs. T. H. Slade I many opportunities In aviation lft-1195! in which) I:. K. Wheeler is : Florida, on the 3th dax <.r c;; >' .: .__ _:,_'_ __. r-- .. :_ -:_.,; ;;-o_ .
Carl Knight, Mrs. Joe Wilson. and I other than just flying: that national plaintiff and. J. .1. Knight, and PeWitt Felirnarv.! r fi at the hour of n J doVIoik
Chas. C. ShepherdTV Burns.I'NUERWOOD c. .Jon. .. a< Administrator ort AM. the follow infr d.-. r ,to-
COMING SOON Mrs. Edward I defense jequins that we :'.Ute of Kdna )f. Knight, are de- <'d pr..Iu.rtvituate in Bradr"rd
POKTABIJ-:; to defend our fenilaiiiwill offer for kale and : (Count. Florid y $l O -j
: be better prepared "
Radio Seat Covers --11 at puMii 'iii,.i.y I.. the hiph- Lot ;;2. m Woodlawn. S.t' ",n 1 11! __ : SiJj jI
Hell On Frisco Bay I typewriter, used very little. $;.15. country, and that youth be given ....t and h. -I t.dilt for a-h at thSouth .- Toun>.|iip :1 South' liane- :J_> K.t-t
Bradford Telegraph.Mrs. : 1"ir of the 'oui th.u.e of anl l.r"I'rry l.img,1,1 t.. '.itt-f7M \
Starke, Fla. I County i this opportunity.
I Laura Simpson has return I "Our school is fortunate in I

I ed home after several months' I having Mr. Knight ')n the faculty )

visit in Clarion. Pa. Her mother. as he is a flyer-instructor and ,

I Mrs. Blanche Kennedy returned possesses a thorough knowledgeof ,

with her for an extended visit. all phases of aviation," Partin i

Freddy C. Johns, son of M. L. continued. "All this can be coordinated FROFIT'In .:.

Johns Sr. of New River, recentlyenjoyed through our local CAP

STREAMLINEyour a 10-day leave with his Squadron.In t( .;

family after completing H ,vee.ts concluding the principal '.

of Electricians School .it Great wished to thank all CAP members -I Your Timber LandAnd f t tt

money transactions Lakes HI. He now reports for both on the local and Wing ,

duty abroard the USS Furse DDR level for their fine cooperation ,t.. .t

8S2 :Oorfolk.'a.. i. in making the aviation course of we're here to help you get it jMr. 'LO ct Gny..A,...' < i

ClICi8 62nd Anniversary Sale ath'arl'z instruction possible.In .
.\ Store. addition to all facilities of

Mr anj Mrs. John A. Torode I the Keystone Heights Squadror. Property Owner why not follow the example of Which Triplet Trades At Koch's?
I and family were in Macclenny ; such as Link Trainer, modern airfield -

Sunday afternoon visiting Mrs. I plane and equipment, the your friends and neighbors who are hauling their pulpwood i

Mr. ana Mrs. Thomas Wasdin i its vast facilities an-1 also offers I payment -

and Mrs. Warner Wasdin of the following incentives to stud- "
"on the the
spot. left. We
on can plaster that kind of a
Gainesville! were Sunday visitorsof ents and cadets of the CAP:

Mr and Mrs. Riley Wasdin. A trip to an air base for one

; You con save time, ovoid confusion- Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Raney and : nily to compete for appoint. Extra dollars come in handy at this time of year, anda smile on your face, too, with value, value,

family have returned to their I nity to complete for an appointment -
provide your own automatic receipt. home in Freeman Va. after two I to the Air Force Academy few loads of pulpwood will provide the revenue to I value and fast, friendly service. As far aswe're

;If check. With all weeks' visit with Floyd Green and Colorado and to approximately -
you pay by its advantages, in : help tide you over until other cash crops come in. I
'. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier in 400 cadets who have earned certificates concerned inflation is something we
jfs understand
to
90
.... easy why over % v I Starke. They also visited Mrs. of proficiency, a 30-day You're always welcome whether you haul in a pickup i

of all financial transactions are handled Floyd Green in the hospital in trip to one of 27 foreign coun- read about in the Merely checkour
truck or the largest rig the road. papers.
safely and readily- by check. I Tallahassee.BLOOOMOJULE Iries.: on
to be in Starke include drill
Other opportunities
v Open your Checking Account at this bank. I Feb. 14. More donors needed. Contact competition, training missions. CONTACTEDWIN specials for today for proof.KOCH'S .

I any member of Beta Sigma and to any student satisfactorily !

Phi.Mrs completing... course a jump of ,
H. P. Moye of Orlando issiting one rank if he should enlist in

I \': her daughter, Mrs. G. S. the Air Force. There are many W. PECK !

Ncwcomb, who has been ill. other advantages:; awaiting: in DRUG STOREANY

Mrs A. F. Sauls spent the week- private aviation and a scholarship

! FLORIDA BANK STARKE6' t'n i :m Gainesville with Mr. and annually to the Massachusetts I P 0 Box: 129 Starke Fla. Phone 471-J DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLEDFRIDAY "

MiE. P. Renner. Institute of Technology.

i I Mi and Mrs. Drew Reddish and "This is a milestone in education See C' F. Bateman or Ed Peck at their office adjoining

. Member Florida National Group son S'an. visited her mother :Mrs. : for Bradford County. and one
Woodyard one mile South of Starke.
t W H Edwards in Jacksonville 'of which every citizen can be .

I Monday evemr.g. proud" Seymour stated. -: -: ...--.- -'----' -: ii .. - :'-.-- :' ;:'::. .::



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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH SIARKE FLORIDA
FKII\\, KEBRfAR\; ills! ;
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I otherwise the .. .
allegations of said -
II I Home Demonstration Complaint will be taken as confessed -. .: .__:.= .. --- -: }; -, -..- -- ---.- -- .: -. -- ----.::- ::.;;;::. :::::. '-
by you.
I I TN.8 notice thai be published
c I once each week for four consecutive
M c } Notesby 1 weeks in the Bradford County Tele STOKELY VAN CAMP
dRANCy 'graph..
Pa'.d t'.,% 1S P (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
: ,' DOROTHY ROSS 'I I Clerk of the Circuit Court
,By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy C!.''k Best Cooks Sale !
I Home Demonstration Agent I i I 1 20 4' .' I"I

I O1ICK TO tPPKIR

On February Markets : coat and are washable. In Circuit Court Itradford County,
Florida la rhanrrry.Kmanuel a..
Potatoes pork and beef are
Suggested material needed for James Karhan 1'1.'r.! '',
By Ceo. T. lluggineCounty three items that headline the .
the one two \'!' Leah Gustin Karhan, Pef. nd.i:iI '.
-
pair
terry clotn-- .
rSelc Agent plentiful foods list for February wash I Case No 10 : < I II .
or other soft \otlce l T.pp"""
Agricultural Extension Service i Family food-shoppers should material, one-founa To: Leah Ou'tin Karhan. \\ .
find not only quantity but alas yard matching or contrasting per- I jv-idfiue and !address is. 4211 tft .- I..
('t CornDon't St'4-d pretty costly. Root insects like cale, Avenue, South NorwoodOhio :_ I II
I quality in potatoes, whether they I heavy muslin or other dur- I ,
be mis ied by having I wire worms are also costly. Application choose from bulk bins or buy able material for soles, one-half You are hereby notified' that a MIII I
produced a good crop just one I of an insecticide to pre- for duorcehas
The late- yard quilted baby pad for cushionin I
those ready in bags. been filed against you in theabove
year by use of some out-dated vent these pests can be mighty potatoes are preferred generally soles, and heavy cotton thread.To '' named Court and cause and I
variety or practice. Over a periodof crop you are required to serve a copy of I
good insurance.If r for baking, mashing and learn how to cut and make jour answer or pleading to the
years Dixie 18 has been tops. you had trouble last year, combination dishes. Supplies of scuffs, attend a club meeting. complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney
Williams Futch, 1' O Box laS,
Last year a fairly new hybrid by all means treat your soil or I "new" potatoes from the winter They meet at 2 p.m. on the fol- Starke, Florida

Funk G-740 ;yielded mighty well. choose a new location. N. J. Davisat Ii in Florida and elsewhere in lowing days: and file' the original in the officeof
This yellow hybrid yielded equalto Graham has treated for root crop Heilbronn the Clerk' of the Circuit Court on
first
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the South will be following in Tuesday in or before the 20 day of February.
Dixie 18 and has shown a pos: knot for the past three >ears. February. These are favoritesfor members' homes. 1956; otherwise the allegation of -

Sibility of perhaps greater weevil Lloyd Dyal is planning to spray boiling in their jackets or for State Farm third Tuesday at confessed said Complaint by you.will be taken as Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good; .
Feb
Saturday I
resistance. Certainly you should his tobacco soil kill wire
to worms. boiling and serving "parsely- the Community Club House. This notice shall be publishedonce
select your cribbing corn from Others the mak- each" et'k for four consecutive
over County are Brooker third
Wednesday at
buttered. weeks' in the Bradford County Tele
one or a combination of these two ing similar plans. the Community Club House. graph.
seed CO ng. Pork also will continue plentiful Dated this 12 day of January,
Present Blue Mold Lawtey fourth in
Wednesday 1956.
For hogging-off only and may- When plant leaves are about I in February. Because of reasona.bleprices continu- members' homes. : (Official Seal' Charles A. Darby ASTOR (Limit 1 with Food Order)
ing heasupplies Clerk of the Circuit Court
be about 10' days ahead of the one half across, treatment for are expected to continue. Proverb By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk'
two named above you can choose blue mold prevention should be- Also at the meat counter there The only people who never make 1/20 4t 2. 10 COFFEE Vac Pak LbCan ftcHERSHEY'S

McCurdy or Funk G-50. Each of gin. I believe every tobacco grower will be generous offerings of beef, mistakes are those who never doanything.
these were planted in the county knows the imporj nc* of this ."
especially the higher grades.
last year and each was very sat- practice. This Is just a reminderto
Crisp, fresh green cabbage will YOU'LL LOVE the F.btRr-
pew
isfactory. I believe the Funks! start on time. Now Open !
would rate first. The fungicide should have either be coming from Texas, Arizona, brook purse-size fountain pens inpastel I (Limit 1 with Food Order)
California and Florida. It's a .shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford -
Records have pretty well Ferbam Zineb as the -
proven or preventative SMITTY'SI
buy in appetite appeal as well as County Telegraph.
that when save own material. You will Fac-Pac "
you your
pur for the vitamin C it offers. For a S SUGAR '
torn seed, you sacrifice from 10 I chase it under a >ariety of com- FEBRUARY SALAD BOWL try S" 39C
NOTICE TO APPK4HU
to 20 per cent cut in yield. New mercial trade names. Be sure to green cabbage, shredded just before Circuit Court Bradford County, BARBER SHOP
seed is cheaper than that. I follow directions and cover the Florida In Ch.ncry.Tallie .

Fumigate Tobacco Soil plants thoroughly. In dealing ments serving and chopped with grapefruit celery. seg-Use liursfis. Defendant, Plaintiff.'S.. Willieliurgess )I Court Street Opposite DETERGENT (Limit 1 with Food Order
Root knot in your tobacco is'' with blue mold it is a matter of tartness I Case No 10-1365 Court House i iI )
the for
grapefruit juice .No lc* To AppearTo
I prevention rather than cure.Iort' the : Willie Burgess, hnse residence i.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAA* in the salad dressing. In I
I Good HogsIt wealth vegetables the family You and are address hereby Is notified! Unknown.that a YOUR PATRONAGEWILL GIANT CHEER Pkg 59C

is a pleasure to vaccinate food-shopper has to choose from suit for divorcehas BE GREATLY
I II been filed against you In :Tie
hogs when the owner is proudof the values of cabbage -
,
today many :above named Court and causa and APPRECIATED
!
what he has, this was the sometimes are overlooked. I:you are required to serve' a copy of l

I I case one day last week while Cabbage is a good choice for'your complaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to the I SHORTENING (Limit 1 with Food Order)

working a little with Rufus Crosby salad, relish Attorney J. Donald Gibson, 100 I
or quick-cooking.
: D. H.
Smith IfuildinK, Jac'k.-onMlU .', SMITH Can
in Bayless Hiway CommunityMr. 20 Florida, rftcSTOKELY'S
A big celery crop percent S
SNOWDRIFT
Crosby ask for guesses and and file the original In the officeof 1 3
than :
is &
= larger average the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Owner Operator
and I missed it pret-
? Eit Ruby Crosby due from California, Florida and or before the
three 20 day of February 195S
little
ty badly. Shoates over :
Arizona It will be mostly the 11 i

ad months old weighed better than green, mild-flavored kind. I : .;..,_ :_ _-__ ___ J ._' _.. ____: _. _.": ,_, ___ "t. ._ >. -. -: ':::;-
'
75 pounds. One of the reasons
_J I Both fresh and processed grape-
for this good weight is keeping DO IT NOWDON'T /
bA fruit will be abundant. The can- v
them free of internal parasites.
ned grapefruit segments are ex-
\it Good stock hogs are still more KEEP ON WSHIN' (
economical than those with no pected to be in good supply and Sliced or Halves
I reasonably priced on grocery
I breed qualities. HAVE MORE ROOM BILt.
,
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON I| Phenothiazine or Sodium Flou- shelves. I THATADDITONEr' !JI No2If Can
: Garden (naJnuen j BUILD YC PEACHES 29CSTOKLEY'S
about this questionOur ride is used to worm pigs. Check
There will be a leader training
I with your feed dealer or withus II
meeting Feb. 15 at 1:30: p.m. in
billing records if they for information if you need
I' the agent's office for the garden
were burned to. i
damaged or chairmen in the Home Demonstration Finest
.stolen how would we collect I Doing Any Liming? I j jIf Clubs. These chairmen will

!the $20,000'owed to us? ] you are thinking about new I receive the latest information on I I No 2 ConSTOKLEY'S

We'd probably be bankrupt. pasture or liming ready established \varieties of vegetables to plant : I I SLI PINEAPPLE 29C

Does jour agency have insurance pasture, it might pay you tot I taking a soil sample, transplanting -i
check with our office before doing -| soil fumigation for nematode
to
pay the loss
money
if I the job. The Agricultural Con-' control, as well as other pertinent "
anything happened to
our seivation Program has a cost- garden activities. Finest
records? I I I -- : -4eUEMnw.a t.
II sharing program that might fit that all chairmen
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right Into your plans. Stop in the attend this meeting so they: 303 Cans

onit-e and talk to Mrs Sapp or I I. can be prepared to take this ini.i.I i... : FRT. COCKTAIL 2 45C
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Charley Johns&SonAgency l, Mis Watteison. i formation back to their clubs / -R-UE S
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i A soil test will relieve the:I i Bedroom :ScufN I I OJ -- SERVICE
: doubt in your mind about the This month in the Home Demonstration STOKLEY'S Finest
need for lime. Many of our folk;' Clubs members will be =BUILDERS SUPPLIES

are requesting additional test making s( uffs 01. ifou prefer 303 CansSTOKLEY'S

bet-aUst' the want to Keep the (call}! them slippers' Thev may I ; 4fJ! :i.at A.1. APPLE SAUCE 2 19C

Phone soil as near right as possible with be made 'It materials found in I t+..rr
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy .- T. ... ,
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:Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 CITIZENS ; pii. I
OF BRADFORD COUNTY : ;zariin':
I By )Irt. C. B. olan By OMTJL J. Shell" jieid.i,, uh,, will be t r.\\-',i i !

\\ oman's (Info Hears .,:: >,\.n Lake ....yyyyyyyyywYYWwwwrww.. _________________ __ :ne iinondtion in the spring T:..-
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school Astern DiscussedAt Ouui.g the \.iur,.. ea.h gutiiemaied -*: UU44 4I I'ulio .yyy..yyyyyyyyy.yVyV is tht leatuie event durr.g: bt.-
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Reports
Muii Lt. I
the iegui monthly (meted a towei; ami! gave V.: to I II I :stork :shower : .\t.ir t Iii" gioup won kittulieason Annouri er.t .. ,
Th en:
e epolt ?? the MdIi. :11.
1 &->h luncheon Superintendent the guest of honor for her hope- Irs Ruby Durrame and hi"I tiupnv at tne m-eting in I II
Methodist' Church I At The Tabernacle ; I .Mrs I Dimes to this date are as folAmenitan l ws; I Orlando. winners will be made b\. Pn.I'It1.t, '!
Him; C. Long ot Clay County thest. Mr. Ellis took photographs Pauline Harris entertained a'Mis I i Eddie Thompkms i

School gave the Woman's Club an i j of each guest anj a group pic- Durrance's home last Friday i Legion Post 3U and Highlights On :ports : f
Uobert Sommer, Minister; Caile'in | Ir Andrew Gih, outstanding' I 'Auxiliary headed by Command- Death) strikes( j in Kcno
interesting and talk turehlch he 1 The Tigerettes of RJE. coached
to-the-point presented to Miss night. Jan. 27, with a . Chinese to Formosa ,
'' Stevens Associate Minister evangelist I I I 'r Kelly and Pauline Marshall We regret the !
I untunedeal'!
!' and founder and president of I II the on Clay County Schools, and how ,I, Ownbey as a Souvenir of the occasion shower honoring Mrs Geneva r r by Inez Butler, seem to be well : :
Feb. 5 Church $17.S0 for -Blue
reported Clutch
Sunday much they had progressed in the Mrs. Ellis presented Miss :'mlth. Games were played I[ ,m their way to the tournamentand of Mose Williams and Katie Wi-;
China Inc. '
Sihool 9:45 Wor- j I Evangelize Fellowship, es. $12 80 and $5 char-
Morning
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: a. m is to the Tabernacle soon past four or five years. Mr Long Ownbey with an electia cloiki throughout the evening and prize: : peanus championship for the con hams that occurred Sunday: aft : _
11 "The Family of : coming 13 Covmgton eported S*.10 for
nip a. m. Watch date. told of his varied career in both: i ('ommunity Chunhomen were awarded to Mesdames ference. They have not lost a noon m Reno. The fun"-Ial a--
Jesus" Recreation Tune, 5:30: for peanuts; WIllie James Randolph, i I
pin I the service anJ i civilian life, and To sponsor! Sil\er TeaA Crews, EJna Greene, Lealer Har-I single conference game. All tlplayers rangements are being made bChestnut \
Fellowship Supper Intermedi- | The Tabernacle group egret $.SO peanuts: u.n j. Lennon $5.Jame .
told of the many things accomplished I' silver tea, sponsored by the ris and Florence Parish. The honoree are doing a grand Job !i i of Gainesville Both perSons :-
followed the continued illness of Mr and M.tchell. $5. '.
and Seniors, 6:15 m. 0 zora
des peanut
p. during his term of office \\ omens' Christian Fellowship Of received many useful and but we offer a special salute I to re-joined Allen Chapel A M
by meetings. Eveningt'r'ict' ] Mrs. M. J. McRae and wishes I for Shell I so peanuts; Willetta Wysmger. -
group As everyone knows the school the Keystone Heights Community attractive gifts. Enjoying this oc-1 the big varsity six: ArmancEasley. ,., E Church on Watch meeting
7:30 "Successful them a speedy recovery and return I $5 Qwendolvn Marshall.1
p. m. population of Green Cove Springs Church .... .i1be\ held Thursday .oasion with the hostesses and the ; Lillian Le gett. Legree : night and cried before the alta
Mr. Stevens will to services. 2.50 (peanuts Lawtey Training
Prodigals. is constantly shifting due to the I Feb. 23, from 3 until 5 o'clockIn honoree were Rubye Harper. Dora I INTorth Easley. Dorcus Franklin. Roberta promising to lead a new ChrIstian -

preach both morning and evening The Bible School lesson on Navy families moving in and out the new educational building Gladys Copf"land.rattie I School reported $46.70 collected Scott. Vera Coleman. life It was regrettable' tha-

sermons. I "Praise" last Sunday morning: The education of the children of of the churi-h. Mis Myron CPr: Eman. Laura Chilson. Beatrice from student cards, principal c The Tigers coached by Elmer: there had to be this violation o-

Monday. 7:30: p. m. Regumeeting was ably illustrated ty :Mrs. Florence these families was up to the public i vatt is this year's general chairman Higgmbotham. Linnie Harris, C. Anderson was captain. Lincoln Shell have not been quite as'' one of the most important commandments -

Official' Board. I Hippie in Flannelgraph. schools and things were constantly and will be assisted by :Mrs: Rette Dennis. Juanita Bell. Violet I City and Thurston Elementary fortunate as their mates. They : : "Thou Shalt Ncr

Tuesday 10 am. Circle 1, Morning and evening messages in an uproar until :Mr: Charles T. Smith as co-chairman. Pierce. Polly Gnffus. Mamie school reported $1704, PrincipalS have won two games so far this I Kill." The pastor ReR.. J

WSCS. I were by the Sponsor. Long found a public law that' Working ana planning togetherfor Oieen. Jackie Joyner. Ann MosJley C. R. Wateroak has reported $I season. Many fans attribute this Washington, and his wite wen'

Wednesday -- Prayer Meeting Fred Crowell of Culpepper Va. would provide Federal funds for i the success of this event will 1 Mrs Anderson, Elsie Rhoden, for peanuts. Other schools are to the fact that most of his material !| immediately to the scene of the
I will be at the Tabernacle tonight expected to make reports duringItht" I
and Bible Study, 7:30 p. m. Commission the education of these children oe the following: Mrs. T. J, Floience Parish, La em Lucas March is "green." his veteran and crime in order to pray for the I

on Education, 8:15 p. m. (Friday) and Sunday night to A trip to Washington verified his;; i Southerland, tea table: Mrs. Edna Greene, Lealer Harris. Thel- week. The Mothers varsity man is Captain Joe Williams family Many people in Rem

Children's Story Hour, 3:30: p. m. I bring his unique ministry in findings[ and now the county receives i Charles T Smith waitresses; Mrs. ma Rainer, Mrs A. H. crews ;' was held on Wednesday. Feb from 1. who played a great: game should let this be a lesson to

Thursday Youth Choir rehearsal -.{I colored chalk. quite a large amount for I G Raymond Stames. serving; Duiothy O'Berry. Nora BelliGreen. from 7 to 8 p. m will Reports be made: against Hawthorne Monday night them and turn to God and sta

6:30 Chancel Choir I children of federally employed Mrs E A Rushton and Mrs_ : Dora Byrd, Clara Boone. i! the area captains although they lo"t. Johnny Jackson with him On this day many more
p.m. I IIWAY CHU'ELAssemblies m the next issue of the paper.
rehearsal 8 m.Presbyterian. personnel. I Seth Kennedy food; Mrs AxelMalmgren Sadie Watson. Lucille Gnffis, I I is a little "ball of fire on th. ; persons should have been ir

p. I ( of God) Mr. Long's talk was well received i : reservations; :Miss: Judy Higgmbotham, Patsy Smith, '; On Board of Dirwtors team. "Buck" Chandler needs to'' church: but the street was crowded -
School, 10 a. m. -Morning i Anderson Law-
Sunday and one lady was overheard Cleva J. Carson, program; Mrs. Peggy Smith, and Rosalie Nolan. Principal C. of buck a little more and Bishop : with people eager to see the

Church I I Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic asking him: "When is the Joseph Stem, decorations; Miss Mr and Mrs. Earl Mosley and I tey Training School was recently needs to try not to foul out be bitter scourage of death.

Service, 7:30 p. m. next election to take place? We're i Barbara Southwell, publicity; Mrs. son Ronnie, have moved i into I elected by unanimous vote to fore the end of the first quarter i i Chimh: .Nt'i5

Saturday Adult Choir practice Tuesday Informal Prayer new here and we want to be sure i ii E. Louis Kyle winter visitors; their new home on Highway 22S. 1 serve for a term of one year on and he will be much more valuable }tt. 1'Isgaht.E.: Church, Rev'

3 p. m. Service, 7:30 p. K. and vote for you!" i i Mrs. J. U. Perry, guest book; Mrs.: Friends of Mrs. Anabelle Har-j the: Bradford County Teacher's to the team. Kyler Cdien'': E L. Walker pastor, will hole
School 9:45 a. m. Midweek Preaching Boaid of Directors
Sunday Thursday -- Mis. Charles Smith piesident ; Sarah McDonald tables and hos us will regret to learn that she Credit Union was the spaik of the team in the i regular 'communion services or

Morning Worship "This Nation Service. 7:30: p. m. of the Club thanked the I hostesses tesses.A is still ill at her home here. j The election was recently held game against Hawthorne subst.-l; Sunday Feb. 5. Sunday Schoo:
Youth Fellowship Christ Ambassadors slate was presented
Under God 11 a. m. Saturday for the day for their sharein musical program will\ be The Duval County Home Demonstration at the USO The tute Joe Allen racked up several at the usual hour; love feast a;
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Beverly and Linda Chapman (young people) Service, making the meeting a success. given during the afternoon and Council will conduct I ; by Mis. Casey and was accepted points also for the Tigers. OrWednesday ; 11:30: a. m. Communion at 7:30

host ses. Evening Worship" p. m. They were Mrs. George Schaeffer all ladies of the community are a training meeting for club of- by the body without oppo are both teams played ; p m. All members and friend

'A Decision to Witness 7:30, PENTACOSTAL chairman, and committee : cordially invited to attend. I. leers throughout the county on sition. lore than 50 Ciedit persOnsnemberS Union I, Hastings at home and on Friday, [ are invited to participateAllen

p. m. HOLINESS CHURCH I members. Miss Anna G. McCul- Reservations may be made by Tuesday. Feb. 7, in the educational of the have I Feb 3, both teams will play Dun- Chapel .M.E. Chun-h

Tuesday Monthly meeting I lough :Mrs.: Everett Fox. Mrs. calling! Mrs A. Malmgien at Keystone building of the Riverside Dividends of four percent'eai. All I bar high school in Green Cove.Springs. ReK J. Washmgton pastoi

lioard of Deacons, 7:30 p. m, Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng James Grayson, and Mrs. John 4146D.ijtiine Park Methodist Chuich on Park I been deolau-d for the this >Bradford Follow the Tigers and will hold communion services or.

Wednesday Junior Choir Worship 11 a. m. Evening Detweiler.Coffw Bridge Club And Street in Jacksonville beginning the teacheis of Association, ofwhich' Tigeiettes to victory. ; Sunday also. All members are

practice 3SO:: p. m Prayer Mee Service 7:30 p. m. Wednesday An
ins;, 7:30 p. m. night Prayer Service 730; p. m.- Served After :MASS I Mr and Mrs Gay Livingston wishing to attend please contact I Irs. Principal asked to join and The Hobby Club of Thurston pianist for the church will be or

Rev. Roland S. Morgan, pastor. Members of st. William's Catholic I "ntertained the ladies of the Daytime :\[ Nolan piesident. are and bettei Elementary school met :Monday I a short vacation at which time

St. Edward's Church I Club were hosts to the congregation | Bridge Club and their husbands :Mrs. l"lolen.'I' 1'am.sh and Mrs. help make this a bigger: m Bradfoid night and was oigamzed lor the Ozora Shell wih take charge 0'the
,
1 BAYLESS; HIGHWAYBITLST ; : after :Mass: on SumUv at a tuikey dinner last Ann Mosley and daughtelsere I organization year. The following officers were choir with the assistance cr:

Sunday Mass at 9.15 a. m. CHURCH morning serving coffee and Friday evening. High Pnze was business visitois in Jacksonville: ), 'ounity.'relar. elected Mis Hei Robinson the president Mrs. A. Leggett I

Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and Located on B a}'l_. Ilighuav.liev. '. doughnuts. The topic of conversation !! won by the H L. Morgans andI I'ritlay. | : ''' Fur lestival Teachers president; Mrs Ola B. SI.'tt'I'e, and Mother Nome Pullum Rehearsal

8:30: a. m.Children's. '. Malcolm GaJbraith, Pastor : was the coming St. Valen second prize bv the Charles Bradford County 1 each Tuesday night at 7;
each I I I Mr anj Mrs Raymond! KilgOie I The K E. Mm- president; Miss Rubye Albert. .
Catechism Class 10 classes tine's Dance in which i is Smiths. Mr. Smith won the "float directed by
School, a. m. everyoneiterested. .m.
Sunday :
Sextette I Irusie the p
:Mitchell
and family of Panama City weie I for secretary.; Mrs Janie assistant :
Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. for all Morning Worship 11a. I' Mrs. Joseph Pawli-I I ing prize." has started rehearsals heldat : all al.
ages.: weekend guests of Mrs Kilgor 's ott. will be secretary; :Mrs: Ellenlolmes. Calling reporters from
Keystone Heights L. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m. kowski is in charge of arrange !i Those who enjoyed the evening Mr and Mis Doss Higgmbotham I Ipar..nts. festival that the 1-biA Chaplain; Mrs. S. C. churches to send or bring new.-

< At St. William's Chapel to) SIVilliani's I I Evening Service 7:30 p. m. Prayer ments. The dance will be held at I I with the Livingstons were Mr Their twin sons, Floydand ivnsacola during next rehearsal Price, SgtatArmsrrs.; B. J about your church We have hailnews
south .
21 :Mrt : The
i Follow Hiway Wednesday the tel, Saturday evening and Mrs H. L. Morgan Jr. April
Sky Ft'b.j I in
Meeting every Lloyd. remained for a visit nu-etmg RJE att P Lennon treasurer The club will : from: New Bethel Baptist
Sign.) 7:30 p. m I 11. starting at eight o'clock'j t i anj :Mrs.: Charles Smith. Mr and I will be held at of meet Monday night after the i Antioch Baptist Church Mt Ne
Sunday Mass !8! a. m church with A There will be special features, including Fremont Tollt's.h': and with their grandpaient.sCuth.v Feb. 7. Members ; I Ifourth
Mrs.
A friendly Marie Hell I IMr m. Tuesday. A. B Sunday in each month boo First Born Temple and other s
masses 7:30: a. m. and Mrs. S. Pierce
Holy day Mr F.
Christ-centered message. door prizes.hildren's Mrs Ray Stames ae: Let's not to at th.
sleep
Bill announce the group Lun.ne. Next be Feb. 27.1 go
Confessions before all Mas e9.SE"F."TII and Mrs C.astedo. J. :: and Mrs W. F Tumor. B meetinJill on
Mardi Gra'vent Mr. 31.'V.
|I!! Al Nelson.
switch. Wake the town tel:
and
the arrival of a daughter ) Anderson and O Kand Valentine Party was planned j I
I IU'E"TIST I \\OODLAWN MISSIONARYBAPTIST : Of February 11. '1 Mr and Mis John Det- Z P Jennings the Refreshments the people what you are doing
by were
DAY Jan. 17; in Dodors 1I0pltaI// group. i
I I CHURCH By now most of the local children i 1 weilerMr on I guests.Sunday .
CHURCH Starke. The little lady h.1.shl"l'n had as their served by Principal Price and all ,
.\ 10 a m. Sunday SChOOl 11 a.m. have come to some decision,1 I Ior and Mrs. L. E. Hakes of in daughter Edna I
Services each Sabbath In the named Cathy Mane In lastweeks I afternoon.Mrs i ported an enjoyable meeting
.I Ir.and
I preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:4S prayer at least given some thought to ,I Jacksonville were guests of thehaby : Pat OXE-FOK-ALL Ball Point PenRefills.
Hall on E. Call St. I stated that Manning. celebrated at Thurs- ;
Old :Masonic: Feirell Birthdays
service 7 o'clock song services,, the costumes which they \\illwear \ Mrs. Gay Livingston on Sunday paper !I M::inning Glen 1 SIMary ,( Fits any pen. 49c Bradford
which
Sabbath School 2 p. In. Preaching remained had been named Judy Gulf* of ton during January were: Benjamin
7:30 evening services. at the Children's Mardi and Mrs. Hakes and Mary County Telegraph.
week by R. L. Mathews, pastor I'I'e"ery I :Mrs.: was a mistake I'm terribly :;orry I Iabout Franklin. and General RobE'l'l I!'
II I Gras Feb 11. Your corrrespor i I to spend several days with tocondul'l
B.ble: Study each Thursday I the eiroreiner I N L Harris continues E. Lee. Report cards forthe
HEILBRONN ent always tries to keep this Livingston. Rev "n fl('.
7: ::30 p m A friendly welcome I CHURCH I \\ Koast Tn Be Held stieet services in Middlebuig. first semester are being issued : The City Council 1 of the t'\, '
BAPTIST butwould ,
column the third-person. J. Boll Carpenter
in Mr and Mrs Club will i at 3 p. m.and all students the Starke, Florida, desires IK M II iinterest -
Willing'orker's by
fill KCII OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday School 10 am. Preaching like permission to relate a and their two sons. Gay and Gid The I each Saturday each to teachj j. in the following piopT'v
Union 6:30p.m. : hold a weiner roast Friday night f Jacksonville Heights ers of all schools. bale on South side of MadiStreet. ,-"r'
L.\TIEl: D.S.lSTS 11 am. Training personal incident. My daughter of Arlington, spent last weekendat and at is K.t-t of and adja1I1 ;'J -
Sen-ices each Sunday in oldM'lsonic Preaching 7:30: p.m. Prayer I! asked me "Mother, when are you' ] the home of Mr and Mrs William Feb 3. at the home of Billy )Inubby Sunday at 3 p. m The public RJE PTA met Wed, Fet 1with A. I.. Kailua and deMiiloil i .t ,

:: Hall on E. Call St. Sun- Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. going to fix my dress for the J. Sipielle and family. TILrpeflterS' Nolan All members their arejurged I'] invited t0 attend Phillips President Royal in charge follow1-\Ve'.t: jialf of l.i.t 1. 1:1.: ., k 2'

Uy School 1" a. m. Sacrament Rev. F. B Beard pastor. i ii Mardi Growl" She really wasn't : cmldren remained to attend and bring Mr. and Mrs. Simeon A report On the pledges for oomple Oii iglllal Town of St_irk. .I FI'tnd ,
I at 6'20: p I Tampa and : ) will receiveaIed! 1,1 .r
II will begin in
:ervit.e 6-30: p m. Everyone wel- i' too far off the track. at that with Mrs. Sipr lIe. and will be in families It spent the weekend and :ing payment on the school 1 !-:III1f' at itmeeting I." 't... '".Ij .
XnA'OST.\I. HOLLNESS i Gator Growl but for m. j jMr I Vahico as the guests of Mr I piano will be punted in next |i! the ('11\' Hall, Feforiiar' 7, 1::4'i i ;. .,
("lIlIe for what is a afMaidi with the Siprelles .
Keystone I Icluldien ,
I Ralph Silas and family. ; 7JO: i> m The City will .n\.y
Mrs. and !i
and week"u the
CHURCH | : Gras? Parades costumes about two months, while then and i Mis. C. C. Summer and I Iand 'sue of papei lI'I"ro"l inaid prourU h l > 'j.! '
E\ KKGREENHUTIVT Sunday Softool 10 a.m. and abroad. and Mrs. Kd: Harris j jrhildien Mr. and :Mrs E D Hilliard j Uliill Ue ;Miss JME? cl Ill III (1*-ed
; skits. king queenAnd parents go on a tour Jacksonville visited I) Ervmg-1 ( -.4> t'\ |1:1.; JOH.N;?; ('It\' ('1.-rl.
CII Pitt.'II Service 11 a.m. of and Mrs. Arthur The i onten loi Miss RJE H sn, ,
StAnne's Mr
Morning I this affair sponsoied by Dr. and )[rs. Joseph Gillson, of 1::-0 :
I
and visitends
Sunday School 10 a. m. PieachIIR Evening Service 7:30: p.m. I Episcopal Church, willhave Wilmington, Del. were in town a withlrs.: J_ C Nolan chil'ljhen ham While there they also

11 a. m Training Union 6:30: Prayer Meetings Wednesda! i! : all of these Also it is allFREK tewdays last week Dr Gillson is < Thursday afternoon. i I I Imeet f i and relatives in CU arwater j I"n's CJothinJ

M m Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer iljht; 7-45 pm. Saturday night(111RU1 I i iI i Children of all denominations with DuPont. Thevwere The Maxville Civic Club will St. Petersburg. PalmettoRuskin 17111 III ALVAREZ' STORE : II IIIII
(i a geologist night, Feb 7. at [ Cuv III E tablisht'd 1 1\9''
:Meeting:\ Wednesday 7-30:: p. m. are invited. Time: 2pm. entertained a: dinner on Tuesday and Plant dllitilt.nvisited !J
house
n.J. K Lmgerfelt, pastor. OJCllm.T to 5 p. m.. Sat. Feb. 11. I j jWe Tuesday evening by Mr. and lrs.Charles K p m at the club Allj: Mrs .1. C. Nolan and Ir"Ed
Overturf Jr., :MinisterSunday members are urged to attend. I )11'5.olan's sister.
( C. L. Bert Chrtstoffers. Wednesday
hear that Smith. and on ; I

FIIT1I BAPTIST CHURCHLAWTEY. I Btble Study 10 a. m.Morning : Jr., has received word from Washington evening by Mr. and :Mrs: John Junior Higgmbotham his of Jacksonville uncleand L Harris and family in .JI'k- J Jsonville I WE WILL HE OPENFRIDAY
with
FLA. Worship 11 a. m. Evenmg :( that he is now a CAP.] Detweiler.lrs.:: Gillson was the is> visiting Ed Wilkinson I Friday. .,bei sonmoved UNTIL 9:00 )P.MSPECIAL >> .
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and :Mrs: Bill
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach I Worship 7:30 p. in.Wednesday | Major. and Roy Browning has: luncheon guest of Mrs William I aunt, Mr Mr. and Mrs \lon.1'
:
ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 m. Midweek Bible Study 7:30In. i i'p been promoted to C,A.P. Captain. I !' elle ,n Wednesday. and family. I to Jacksonville last ,

service Wednesday 7:3.0: p. m. ( I :Miss Oorotliv' Owenfo.v Honored Sipi ( J. Holl has retuined :Mi: '. and :Mrs.: Bill Roberson day. From6to9p.m.
:Mrs A. S I L
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will icgret -
Oak.hiiley
A. E. Massey! pastor. Radio program, "Old Paths"l .\t I'arty Bj :Miss Murl DjUes flOm'isiting with her sons mPtnnsylvania. : spent Sunday in Live I Friends of Ray Hams FRIDAY
ill at been I
is he has
Station'WDVH. : Higginbotham: that
9 ? lea in
each Sunday a. m. Miss Dorothy Owenby, populai and returning withher to

Huullton ChrMian Church !I| bride-elect. was honored at apaity was her sister. Mrs Louise F.Bowher her home here We wish her a ill and had to miss several day: I PORTABLE Hex.
j
Bible School 10 a. m.Pleaching reco\ery. last week. I :
Sunday given by her friend MlSSjMuil i! of Wapakoneta. OhioMrs speedy of school
11 a. m. Evening 'in.I..IST '' Boone 1TA willmeet L. Hams will rt'Igret } SI99':
BROOKER Dykes and her mother, Mrs. Bowsher will remain for an I The Daniel Friends of It. MIX 4J-95
Endeavor 7 Preaching : February 'Sth he has been 111and \ i
Christian p. m. CHURCHRe I Wednesdav. that
home i mIake : leain
Gene: Dykes at their time to 6 to 9 I' 1.
indefinite th,' i
7:30: m. Wednesday Bible '. C. K. IMstor the sihool house. I church Sunday for ITT
p. \ Mailings Geneva, Wednesday Jan. i I has just been annoum.ed' at 2:30: p. m. at missed MASTER
It
Study Hour 7:30: p. m. Willard M Sunday School 10am. Morning :21: that the judges for the Childien's U. t:. Fairduth Funeral I first.ime\ in a long. long tune I FridaOnlyWHEX

I.mes Pastor. 11 a.m. BTU 6:30: services for Barney: 'U far Ilaaes
Worshhip p.m. The bride' table was co'eredwith Gras will be Mr and Mrs. Funeral I \\irtnrnto: : < J
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer white lace cloth. and decorated !|I Mardi Mr. and Mrs. S Edward Faircloth who passedawav Women Stock Car races will YOU) THINK OF GAS; THINK OF
K1XGSLEV LAKEI11ON.htY I I a 10: F.lggms, Jan 23. at 5 at 231' jp
Feb j
Meeting Wednesday7:30: p in.iii'.tiii : of ledcamellias : GertrudeI Monday night. held Sunday.
with a bouquet:; and Miss be Next Door To
IUIT1STSunday ; : E. McKay home Hill were held i iWednesday. SpeedvVdMis > SI LADE
I I Clay Lake City
School 9a: a.m. Morn- .\ HAPlIxT. CllllU !' and a white archway I I i This Mardi Gras promises his in o'clock m at the Cues I I LOVETTS
Jan. 25. at two I Parish and
buds. In and Florence
; tremmed with red rose ,, the kids,
utVorship! 11 a.m. EverJng Sunddv) School. 9.45 a. mPleaching to be real fun for I. duvv in it
evy j
Church in will
I doll :' the Ebenezer :Maxville: !
the arch-way were a bride's : first of an annual at Who? of '
11 a. m. Training will be the Ii
Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meetinr it Bronson with burial two unknown
"X" and
a flower Countnear Mrs
,. K.h Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every. Union. 6-15; p. m Preaching. 7'30: a maid-of-honor doll, and I j i series.I Masonic Also Cit will participate
I jather m the Ebenezer Cemetery from Lake
drivers
|>ie welcome RH.. H Mott I p m Midweek Prayer Meeting. girl doll Sunday evening proved | invited toattend 1
I were and rites were held. The public is
attending the party Ridaught I II
Those Harold
!P istur. i I..30 p III L.i v Conway pastor exciting for Faircloth. who was 751] :
Martha Mr I
Maxine Jones. Ann Cot Schaeffer
1 neighbor George
his thestock
Fallm, Dolly troublecall old was a native of Levy1County those attending NOTICEI
Dale a years Among
Pl.tFinley l 1 i Harold had to go out on in Clay'' lastSunday I
lived : City
Lake
but .had In
Ann Alderman. Gloria Tries : for Clay Electric. and invited I car races !

Sandra Hmnant. Helen Payton, ; for the ride. Butwhen County for :30 ears. He was in I were Florence Parish I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Ridaught.C.ithy George oft Naval Stores business. He Mr. and Mis Junior
\ Kathv RuUught, Joann found the source the JohnIosley
they I Ret!
Paiker. Becky Bnce, :Mrs.lUzel : a broken wire was; a member of the Chribtiar.!i Mosley and family. Franklin
trouble --
STARKE FLA. Fallm. Mrs. Mildred Payton. t 1!1someone the (a female. no less wastaking Church of Levy County and also I and children, Mr and Mrs Sam I PROPERTY OWNERSThe
Jimmy:
I and Mrs. Isabelle Davis. shots at them. Despite ''a member of the Masonic Lodge' my Pad ett. Mr and Mrs
I
: pot Mr
I '- :Mrs. John Ellis! Honors protests that they He is survived by his wife. Deese G J. Midvette and

KEV.: LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Miss Ownliey At Coke Party ,1'w..re from their Clay Electric. the bullets Mrs;. Gertie Faircloth. one daughter. ,| and I Mrs Robert Smith Robert law requires that each home owner
of :\taxi i and Jimmy:
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town On) Friday. Jan. 27 Mrs JohnEllis continued to whizz by. andthe Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson j' Smith. Junior Mosley were m theraces who is to receive the benefit of HomesteadTax
Dorothy grandchildren. Middleburg
entertained Miss it necessary to hit the ville, two lrs'l I' Dees of
Pastorium 130 found
Phones Office 234
class-mates with y the Johns Of Maxville and Junior Mosley won
Ownbl"and her 1 dust. Sort of reminiscent; of Louise two great of ClayHill Exemption must file his applicationwith
--- ----- at the Ellis home days inFrance D Wilkinson and I Little Louie Carter
--- -- Coke party. Or
a the Bulge
Sunday Sermons! : 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. I: Battle of or Germany, when bothmen grandchildren, Ricky and WayneJohns I entered the hospital sunday: the Tax Assessor each and every year
I' We hopethat

Sunday School 9:451.: Training Union 6:16 P.M.: ( St. Mark's Episcopal were Disiontrange members of the 82nd how Ten of car Maxville.loads of friends andlelatlves to have he will his tonsils soon be out well. I on or before April 1st.

Airborne Maxville and \'kin-I is teaching pianolessons
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00: P.M. could te all the sameplaces from Fred Rickards I Renewal
applications mailed
Ue>. Raymond E. MacBl&inSenices two men time and noti ity attended the funeral servicesin I' to Billy and Bobby No were to

Hear the Sunday Morning Service overVDVH at at St Mark's Episcopal become at acquainted the same until they become Levy County lan. Henry Wellhausen! PattyParrish I those who received the exemption for last
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C. B. Nolan and I Nolan. Karen Gruj
Mrs: Lana
Mr: and I ,
11 a m Regular Rroadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Church will be as follows: : neighbors. ten years later.of 'sons; were business visitors in j I IJacksonville j fis Carolyn Chilson June Johnson I year on or about Jan. 3, 1956. All those
ChurchSchool and girls
9'45 am. of the boys
Sunday: ; ome
and Adult Class; llam.- ,i Sr. William's have been asked tomeet Saturday.Waters and j I[I and Frances Janice North Bell will!l re- wishing the exemption for the first time
Jack John
Mr. and Mrs. I Ianllly Friends of
-- -- and Sermon; 6'30m : Hall tomorrow to cut |I
Prayer in the
\Iormng bten in the
: of Jacksonvillevisited I gret to learn that he ha- I must apply person at assessor'soffice.
CatholicClub
>. -- Y. p. S. L out decorations for the j I I on'l\
Hear Tony and Mae onzales; Sing In Special Sen ices Wednesday; 7:3": > p in. Litany Dance. with Mr Waters' mother, rrs.Dorothy I i i quite ill since last Thursda: .

Sunday The Pastor Marvin Faile. Will Speak .\t Choir Waters and family Saturday ,I wish for him a speedy rEl"r": I
: n.l :Meditation: 8pm We have had a good reportfrom |: ... ,.
!! D. H Mil!!! :
Mrs::
l Bot th Senico;, "r if tice. Riverside Hospital on MrsOscar Griff anddaughters :i Mr. and 3. No-k; .! Only persons who reside on their property
Mr. and Mrs Henry leave Friday. Feb. for
ls: Sunday well I! .
HJ.Communion: done so
; has
FIRST CHURCHHAMPTON 11 a m' 3rd Sunday. 7; :30 a mIwaits tvia' she Rich mav She be arriving home visited with Mr and !: Va where Mrs Hill will\ entei! hiN'aval : and in good faith make the same his or her

BAPTIST :Mrs: Dan Hargroves and daugh- Hospital for surgeryurieral :
e\ ervone 'his weekend. :er Sunday afternoon !I' services were hldMonday ; i permanent home should apply for this ex
towork
FLORIDA Everett: Fox has pone back Shirlev ILgginbotham was anovernight : morning at 11 o', :"ck emption. .
Hospital -
in Doctors
after being
guest of Mrs RandolphCrosby the Long Branch Bap'i I
Sunday School) 10 .\.M. ('Ia .s For Everyone FILL DIRT in Starke. He is electrical I at Mildred \\il-]
last Thursday night. for Mrs
foreman at the Humphreys GoldHighland Church I Returns on Personal Property and Intangi.
HOOD; RICH :Mrs: J. C. Nolan and childrenvisited I iams. age 19, and infant -on

Morning Worship 11 .\. :M Plant the with Mrs. Nolan's mother. i i Richard, seven weeks who passedjaway i ble Personal! Property are also being taken.

Ben Rose who has been on II IIh'k Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson in Jacksonville I last Friday. Rev L.':;VrTaggart I *
1'IRIT"i'rJining TOP SOILSee
FRUIT OF THE better> ) list., but is now out his again wife and seems feeling tolaying i Thursday afternoon. ![ of the Maxville! Bap'is' I All the above are due on or before April

Union I fi; :30 I1 M. Training To serve I Lav-erne and Wayne Hires Vo"erE'bUiness j Church officiated_
be a bout with the flu. Wend I 1st of each
visitors in Jacksonville j Mrs: Williams was born an< year.

I Evening;: Sen ice 7 :30{() P.M.: =- bes wishe.c. for her speedy, Saturday night. raised in Clay Count.t1t" i ij I I

i "(;01)-) :; DISAPPOINTMENT": BILL JACKSONJackson recovervVOIT Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wellhau- j j survived by her husband. Hprm.1r.I GENE LONG -- ASSESSOR

d Transfer Company .I. TOn; Th* ncn F..tl'r."rnok I sen and sons were business visitors I Williams, her mother and father I

: "Hour of l't)%% er" Wed S I P M t Phone 165 pnrspi fonntain rx' is ii'Ild. I in Jacksonville Friday after- Mr and Mrs George SrUv;; ofMiddleburg. I BRADFORD COUNTY

! I'' "hnd.v. Onlv *! ? "8 at Brad- : I and one brother ?-,n. I
ThlV
I f" ll Countv Telecraph .- nl 1 Mr.- Din Hirsrr-v.'e- r.B' S. ul'M! '! '",*. ;-y
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Football Awards 'BiI.J';. .. :. ; ". ," Boys Win\ Girls Lose By One PointIn Two New Brooker Industries Are Shaping UpThe I


: r'1'r Uronket turu:: rj i ,>
Annual }!1 \ .'. :( bean oil plant I't',' j-,. .. v ".
Made At Thrilling Games With%/ Palatka
.' ".' ., s-- s, Oil & Chemical "', I I' II .-.- ,
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h rebuilt after the i.' ., i:-1f
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t : x '! -' : suit \vadestroyed t>\ jh i ---- ,.
;;;; on 'Y
Squad Banquet ,1> ,I- t..t :e.-ult : : ,; fouled erations shortly after! J r ; ....

tr ] i vuth I'aUtka cording to George Gne>:!!.M'! \ f

Vln.l '.S s i more of the bringing president and general m,:': _! rs t;
11' ,' I'- ( : Houp-" M J
; is in store for calm-
t. is- '1'iui! , night m t- J\.f' I Goedhart announced ,t'new

,-' .\.i-k it th'-ir annual bjn- : .: r. 1 (Friday) and line mill, much larger t:. i-!. : .

liotim member of the 1 ,arw night. to put former one is now nush.v; : ,.:._

'ii l 195!1"! i:i I''rsd' i !?> lootbal! squad TinMI ... --t In winning a missed nuts, and that after th< :-ij"\,! :.

\ -, cunt was held in the high i iI decision over Curtis has been exhausted, the pin: >I...

.- iMitl lufeteria, where ,a sumpt.iuis night, the A ;, it came: swing over to the pioici::i>. : 1 r:l II.I'IV.iil: linifM-s equipment of :southern Oil .V ( ti< mi. ,ii l'

: tried chicken supper \va.rve.1 ., nl k-- the title in the ,' out soy beans. at I'nioki! \\h>.n lun nut- are unloaded, hulled :ground; up. < <,M irk ii i i.mll

-.' to around 100 members of L' ; of the East ;', sound- Capacity of the new p an: I'i : then prosed for oil. The mill i is also designed to li.imlli the pntessing ,

the A and H football squads, ;ta with a 3-1 I 150 tons of tung nut nei4 of viINMIIS, a relatively\ nct enterprise in this an i

against 1 hours, or 2.200 bushels tit : ,
teaches' : and guestsFwi'.uied with 24 soy
southern ,
: speaker on this ociM.m -, j.' championship '; was high ; beans in the same pei wtl.! Oil

(Honesi Taylor. ( storage facilities are capable of
was Hugh with 11
i-il roach and recruiter for theF'St' : roOTBAIJ. TIf )1'IlV \\ ISStH: are (from left) Glenn Keddish. here Feb. 18. I' made storing 300.000) gallons of oil

llrnii .Matheus.. Jerrj 1.a\\.ulI. and Kiln: in Johns. The
eminoles.' Taylor was a ,coming The plant employees 14 persons
his college foot- i won by one :, the clerical stat!. Gad
1 imoiih end in j the side including -
squad in appreciation Of his services James Gnann Tommy Stallings, Tuesday night
ball days and later played profes-;( i' hart said and the annual pavivilwill
'i to the team. Calvin Pace. Larry La Iet'. Henry | being 5958. ,
tonal football with the Washington run at about $: O.O)4.I. He
I| Edwin Johns was further hail But.ba: aMee., Ormond Tonight ( I ,, : added that these
J ,'d kins i figuie m.ryvary
honored by being elected 19": : Rivers. Eddie
was' Stuokey. Bill : boys will be somewhat because tneoik
Highlight of the evening Captain b> a vote of the squad i Fors .thE'. Wilbur Barry Winston feienee an-
'is of a seasonal nature
annual award
the presentation of members at the banquet. Glenn Kelly. \\'. H. Johns, Jame-: j the Junior } daughter.
and l trophies to outstanding play-| i Coednart said that the i"'a! t'I
27 in St.
reddish elected alternate !!
was Thomas. Ray Judd. Richard' it out against: !!
1'1 S on the Tornado squad. I production of soy beans wa ,disappointing \ I
captain. Johns, Harvey Tanner Larry': foe, Lawtey in j
Those so honored last Thurs- j Coach Register announced the Elder Johnny Stephens and Bill fair. The girls to his compan\

dIY night were: i iAllConference award {)varsity letters to the I Ifollo..ing Alderman. day night but i Hospital "We had hopes of obtaining a IiIW
Glenn led-: playt'rs' Jerry Lawson [ births: I 2 ...1OO, bushels of soy bean !in t
back. : .
Dr Houpt appointed Carl Johns go out to \ I Griffis of "
dish; All-Conference center Den Edwin Johns Joe Harden, Harold to serve as chairman, and H. A 1 handed them Ann. this area he said "but ail we

nis Mathews; All-Conference en.' i Godwin! Dennis Mathews, Glenn i, Bishop Jr. as co-chairman of a'I ty the Lake | got was 15,000 and{ now we ha\f ll.UI K.XTIiKI'RlNKS: : : : feed mill labo tet! at nrookrr i inearin

Edwin JohnsOutstanding. I Reddish, James Hanvll, Kenneth group: to organize Big Bi other? Coach to have them shipped here"He completion according; to U K:, ISigluun; Jr., president of the corpora

Toinafl<) back of : Green Kenneth Elder Lamar i| or Booster Club to support the j take on | Murray Eu- ,, said the present pace of tion. Pictured here i is the 50 by 118-foot building; which houses ttv-

195.1 Glenn Red.ii.sh Shaw. toddy Ptruth. Wayne team in future seasons !j Smyrna Beach !! | soy beans is $2.25 a bushel and .
milling equipment, and two of the huge: grain storage tanks \\ hen
that yield of 25: bushels an at i e
Pert a
Wooten, Freddie Stephens. ,
Outstanding Tornado linesman Among things that ate needed i nightcap, and Daniel is ItOssiblp. completed, the null trill mix feed! far the large Higham broiler plant
CharlesNoegel
:McGee Gus Kopelousos, i
of; 1955 Edwin Johns. I' Raymond Stefanelh, Billy | and which could be obtained tip as thrillers. : -. a son. End products of the tung nuts and still also offer custom milling and grinding service for farmer,
The handsome Sportsmanship through such The Lake ,
an organization are :
Harrington, and Bobby Ferguson. ( are tung oil used in varnishes as well as molasst'!! mixing and snap corn grinding.:
Trophy awarded annually by Dr I an electric Scoreboard moveable j tall forward ;
Manager: letters were announced .I linoleum etc. and tung meal
Houpt. was presented to Jerry I for Mike Reddish Dudley bleachers for visiting fans and a :j plenty of ( SS which provides viscose for fer- 01 uses The oil! Is used! in the grade soaps Soy bean meal produces
Lawson Other awards were pre- j I heater for the field house Dr : that loss tili/er. edible tiade for oleomargarine i: a high-grade he st.ukfeed
Sanders. >
and Junior
stinted on bt half of the school by I Hardee : without '
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said. played
Houpt i
Soy bean products have a host ooking oil. and also for high- concentrate
Assistant Coaches Joe Hull and Junior varsity letters were' their star '
Mr. Johns accepted the appoint
Wmton Criswell j awarded toMike: Goldwire. ; I who will be ''; Mark F. IJXXI I'.XKKXT NOTICK: S. S. RepresentativeTo inn social security busiiic.v
ment and prom .-I'.1 that such :-.1 l
Head Coach Lennarj pt'gistel'pn'st'ntl'd Douglas Nolm Rudolph Hutcheson. night, giving positior. Persons who desire to inaki .tp.
Dr. Houpt with a I Van pieFcott, Henry Richar- group would be organized in the '1future. foi mance. effective The Hand Parents Association Be Here Feb. 9A plication for social set only i 1"-

tamed photograph of the 19.)5'' .le, ("harlpsoeg'pi.. Randy Johns The toys w < .. xvill meet Monday Feb 6. at tirement or survivors hem-fiN <-<'
of the Games .
into some Starke 7'311 p m in the high M hoo! jepresentative cure social security account !stunbets

Art Exhibit Plans Manning CaseIs Gary Cooper StarsIn Smyrna Beach until: libr. r\' All band l patents ate Mile Social Seeunty office will be or pet any othei '0" n.sevunty .

Are Announced I ContinuedBy New Air Film high-scoring >i' Adams urged to attend: as the District in Starke at the ouit room of the information .ne I'mtut

will show plenty : j for two Band Festival in Mardi and other courthouse at 10 a.m. Thursday.Feb. to see the represent.iti\e i* Mi.
i YawnThe Coming To FloridaGary hand maltirwill discussed of conduct- time his visit
I.ocdl art ibis will Display studies Judge the Tornadoes. be 9 for the purpose: of

1:1 pastel, model rustic compo- Monday night
case of James I-:. Manning Cooper appears on the
will take her
water colors oil, and char-
sition.:
with teckless driving in sciecn of the Florida Theatre
till at the Art Exhibit to be heldat barged tine for a
:
I connection. with an automobile accident Sunlain the role of Billy Mitchell
afternoon
the Woman's Club Wednes- 'I day
on in wh.ch; a high school gill the defiant general who
day. Feb 8. The exhibit is being : Perry for Appreciated Gilt
risked disgrace and dishonor ta
I was seriously injured was continued
while Coach
the Fine Arts Department
sponsored by I by County Judge T. A. warn his country of the danger ,
take a \'
of the Staike Woman'sClub I Yawn Monday to the next plea of inevitable war in the airLeadeis The USEFUL Gilt
under the chairmanship of I' road trip next
i I nay, Feb. 28. Manning is at liberty of the U, S. Armed Last Friday
Mis. L. H. Jennings.
under $250. Forces at that time, just after the A
Awards of merit will tt given i Shirley Elizabeth Glisson. the 16- World War I, could not see thee' measure gym of

1:1: sexeial classes.All I I year-old girl who was injured in ; future importance of air fIOWl'r.1! give them
local artists who wish to
I I the accident in which an automobile and Gen. Mitchell was tried and: Will.hile
exhibit should contact Mrs. C. H. ence 'round
whole
for the
I driven by Manning:: ovei'turn court maitialed for his state were losing
NIsworthy. co-chairman, telephone -i year
194-J. j ed five times, is expected to re- ', ments. History, however in later the season :!
i thin to her home here this week years proved that he was right. home. Coach
The exhibit will be open to the
i from Alachua General Hospital. Costarring with Cooper in this romping over
public! from 1 to 3 p. in. and
I J-he received a serious bark injury dramatic film are Charles Bick- In the A
horn 5 to 9 m.
p. I which will necessitate her being ford Ralph Bellamy. Rod Stei- ,,!i who has been

i! in a cast for some time.I ger. and Elizabeth Montgomery ', Coach Hobbs' Demand
Policeman Resigns Yawn said the case was 'I ,
Judge: standing
I[ postponed pending additional investigation himself an lAlo nderf isle Wonderful Gifts
Pity Policeman Bill Lane has Cub Scout Meeting
into several aspects ofi of
| record for boys
resigned his place on the force i i the accident. One of these he Set For Feb. 7th he dumped in

effective Feb. 3. Mayor \\'. T. I said, was the fact that Manningdid 10 goals from \\ by
Jackson announced yesterday: Cub Si outsill hue then fist h'J
not have title to the automo- >! 11 out of 16
Lane resigned on advice nt his bile he was driving the night of the rack meeting of !!>;>> Tuesday throw line tfdt.ok

|I'hY I"O!" Jackson: said No ap- accident night Feb 7, at 7:30: o'clock in the only other ,\

pointintnt lo fill tht- v,\.imhi. f.-' the Methodist recreation building. the double l
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bofii made, "f,i pills tune \t! Awards will be made, a skit willtot' 1
Would-be Voters points.
dot staged! by Den One, the pirate The ,

Urged To Register irovie.. "Treasure Island." will be ly at the close and Most Beautiful we have i l 1r
shown, and Den Two mothers will trI:
er. Jerry you are not already satis <1' .f .....
Everyone' is entitled to the privilege serve refreshments .
i I points to user, a Jc the man who own r Jrs V'-
Marian I.
ot voting, Mrs 1
their fathers
All Cub Swifts
COLONIAL and Desk Sets by
ing.Jim ;
Crosby, supervisor of registration and mothers and any boys interested Hobbs' I'enmaker.
said a reminder to
yesterday in
in joining are invited to for the B
the public. "Safeguard' your privilege -
attend battle. .
P M-PakSet-damlypvrx =
FLORISTPHONE by registering if you have Against sire pen and =-

failed to do so, or by changingthe Railway Station land upped I ar pencil in handy find
record at the registration of- ; when she ,W. Case Choke ef G'r

218 fice if you have moved from oneprecinct Entered By ThiefThe point, choice of 6
1 i Jackie Prevatt pastel colon $5.00 ,
another have married -
to or
i II ly: with 21.
: and changed your name." white waiting room at the I e AuU-Fil Desk P.n 11-with the

(j) All Starke addresses have iccently Staike SAL Railway station was ;I standing making 10 at j fountain PM that In fill Hit!itself bolt) from Fountain-bast a giant ink

broken into last Saturday night :
been changed, and theSupervisor I Tuesday : nods Ink only 4 times yearly in
FLOWERSFor would like to tring the and a .38 calibre rifle and two i long normal uit. Choic of point, choic.

records up to date in this regard.A fountain pens l'E'moved. i,I best and i# of color . . $4.00

All Occasions post card giving the correct DeputySheriff Fate Brown citing games a' -

mailing address, mentioning your said that entrance to the building long time.

DISH GARDENS precinct number and signed as was pained through a waiting: were really "

POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY your name is signed on the regis room window which was broken I and played a

tration books would be gi Pallyappreciated. out. The stolen rifle belonged to They can be

local SAL agent; X. M. Smith. !; formances. \' chain attached for use in

Registration books are open W R Owens, assistant superintendent a j Hanks, Service Sta b

Flowers {WiredAnywhere from 8:30: a.m. until 12 noon, and of property protectionwith i I just It lI

from 1 to 5 p.m., Monday through the Seaboard has assistedin As the final

Friday and from 8:30: a.m. until the investigation, but so far the game .' I

12 noon on Saturdays. no arrest has been made i although at
Nona St. Starke Beginning Feb. 3 and continuing period the GET The
D.I!,.. "K" Pocket $tl-
through this month the registration Brooker Election points, but thread the point koutiful dup-foned Eder.efyourchoic .
office will! be open one night l Ipad. Ideal brooltp.ftoftdlllatdtlnaPush."lICit .

each week ( Friday) from 7 until Has Quiet Outlook scoring with ...Into Mi*barrel Gleaming metal apt.

9pm for the convenience of the i had :20! and Gift bored . ISIS

W. S. JOHNSA i i publu M O. Harrell is unopposed in i Johnson was : I Gift.
,, I his re-election bid for Mayor of throw line VALUE Give them an sterbrook, _

""Su- ( all 239 for home demonstration \ Brooker in the forthcoming city chances. : for one of many beautiful pen anptl1tInc( [!;

of neu Sewing MachinesShepherd's > election on Tuesday. Feb. 14. i through 27 ,_ or a marvelous desk pea set. AU will be
GIRL DOESN'T HAVE Radio & T'f \'. Candidates for the two vacancies
| itors to presents of easier, smoother writing because
TO WORRY ABOUT HER on the Brooker Council are also Student
fAMILY TREE IF SHE HAS unopposed. They are G. E. Green ter.Palatka turned guard.in you choose the right point for any kind, anyway

THE RIGHT KINO and H. C Douglas. formance for i Teacher > of writing. More than 30 point styles.

OF LIMBS/ ,
Coach
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T. R.
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Sneller Travel BureauSneller Jacksonville Fla. Painters Poultry Co., Inc., "Painter's_ SelectedPoultry" I
Travel Bureau will make : taste and purse. As a licensed travel I quaint places of the beaten path '1! --- Fla.
arrangements for your Independent : agency, they are officially authorized you might otherwise miss yes, Jacksonville
or Conducted Tours offering a ,, to represent ALL their information is completely Painter's Poultry. Dressed Daily. practiced by this firm ha- been
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World-Wide Personalized Service at i portation companies, Trans-I comprehensive their exper- Featured by Leading Grocers and |i responsible for their continued
no Service Charge. They are located Tour Operations. : ience is your guarantee of depend- : Markets is "Fresh Dress >d" TheirI ( growth through the many years
at 27 E. Adams in Jacksonville i THEY HAVE THE WORLD ON ability their expert facilitiesare I EGGS are always fresh too. One j they have been serving this section -
phone ELgin 6-8635. DISPLAY-Yes-it is a wonderful i an assurance of the finest of the sections' leading Wholesale of the country for many miles
This service is much appreciatedand : convenience to have a kind of "de- travel; and all this, you will find, Poultry and Egg Firms. Daily 1! around.
a necessary service, aiding and partment store" of Travel-where is absolutely impartial.The I more shoppers are switching to i The volume buying to supply
making travel arrangements for ', in one office you can find abso- "little things" that make the 1 "Painter's Poultry" and Eggs. I I their increasing demand of fresh
their clients and patrons on Cruises. lutely everything there is as customer's trip more enjoyatle in They are wholesale dealers that I dressed poultry and fresh eggs
Tours and Independent trips. They authorized agents of ALL lines, 'II a general way, has established for ,:j insist that their Poultry and Eggs has been responsible for the raising -
assist in making all TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS i ALL carriers, ALL hotels, ALL resorts '! them a genuine leadership in the r be absolutely fresh and are satisfying I of more poultry by the farm-
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AT NO ADDITIONAL i ALL operators they are travel field. You are extended a i, a discriminating buying pub- ; ers today-a line of production that
COST TO YOU. absolutely Impartial-they have no most cordial welcome to pay this lic. !i has proved a paying sideline as
They are authorized agents for I| axes to grind-they have only to' Travel Agency a visit and get first | Farmers and Poultry raisers are '! well as a means whereby this
all Domestic and International Airlines please YOU. They know the fastest I Ii hand all the information about : urged to contact them for the best ; firm's supply; of poultry iiiul eggs
,, Steamship Companies, Rail- I route, or the most leisurely j i whatever cruise, tour or trip you '! in prices. This well known firm is : has been increased to supply their
roads and Buses This is their,, ways-they have the gay, exciting contemplate making in the near known for QUALITY and i many retail dealers
job as Travel "Professionals," is places as well as the lazy relaxing future. And remember, all of this are volume buyers of high grade When you sell your poultry and
to cut through the complications of spots-they know who handles the ,: service is offered to you with NO I I poultry and fresh yard eggs that I eggs to this firm you are slued
planning and preparation to find best sightseeing trips, and the : ADDITIONAL COST. II is processed for the leading grocers ''of Retting full weight and the best

you just the trip that fits your and markets.. i I, market prices. Their. one, aim is
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Dixie Cream Do-Nut Shop Jacksonville Fla. I IU assured of the highest market'I Gin them a ring for the latest:
prices paid for top grades of poultry I market quotations on poultry and
and fresh yard eggs The sincere 'i t'ggs. You will always: nieivci
T"S:4'Ife: H '.d_ Wf and honest dealing methods;i courteous and prompt seninJacksonville
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1'1'0 Turner Electric Works Fla.

10 .. '''''' I Turner Electric Works featuresa I'' attained a position in the trade in
I complete electric motor service. this line that brings an ever Increasing -
Dixie Cream Do-Nut Shop will heavy or soggy, they are appetiz- lar firms in this section. They ship I j and is a warranty station for lead- ,, business, and as a consequence -
give your special orders prompt attention ingly pleasant and make you smack : daily many consignments all over i ing makes of motors and electric :'t the place is headquarters
also quantity discounts your lips for more. These donutsare this section. j power tools. They also carry for' everything pertaining to electric
Their Do-Nuts can be ordered local- made of finest ingredients with i They deal at wholesale on a large !I brushes motor starters and aicessones. motors and generators. For
ly at Flowers Baking Co., in Stark. that tantalizing new flavor whichIs scale and their product is in great I J They are located at 1020 work of this kind you will find they
distributors for Sun Beam Bread very nourishing and easily di- demand for all who want the best i E. Mh St., in Jacksonville, phone always give complete and satisfactory
Dixie Cream Do-Nut Shop u located gested. In no small way is their progress I ELgin 3-3GG1 In addition they also service in very short order.
at 2721 College, in Jacksonville Put up in attractive cartons, they and expansion conducive to the i i repair or exchange A-C and D-C < You can be sure that when they
phone EVergreen 7-4230. i i keep fresh. When you get this prod- growth of the community. |I motors and generators to 15 IIP. i' do a job it is well done, as there
Famous and fresh daily, fried by : uct you will find none better. No The community is indeed fortunate I and are authorized distributors for 1 lis no branch of this work that they
special process and made more ,special reference to any business to have concerns of this type | G-E motor renewal parts and G-E I have overlooked.
tasty by being glazed. Their uniform group in this section of the country who help to keep the prices down. : single phase motors. i In the repair department,.
quality has been the main would be complete without mention thus help to reduce the price of This outstanding business offersa have in charge able and efficient
cause of their rapid Increase in 1! of this well-known concern. 'I living. Their policy is to be com- most comprehensive service in workmen which enables them to
business In this section. They are'' which aids notably in the progressand mended and has been helpful in i i electrical repair work on electrical rewind, rebuild, or repair electric
r, so rich and luscious that every prosperity of the country, andis | building the large business that la I II i motors and generators, and the rewinding 'motors or generators no matter
bite makes you want more. Never one of the progressive and popu- I, ever growing. and rebuilding of them. '!what your troubles may be, and
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They have saved the purchase i: they do it in a most satisfactorymanner.
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Coleman-Evans Wood Preserving Co.-"Pressure Treated Lumber
i their satisfactory sen-ice. They also i We desire to refer this establish-
& Post" Jacksonville Fla. have new and rebuilt motors for ment to all our readers as one that

Coleman-Evans Wood Preserving Their plant is modern and the I II large stock of treated post at all : laIe.i | meets all the demands in electric
Co. Their treated Lumber and I firm is progressive and are offering times to meet the demands of their I Throughout this section this con- i motor repairs, and a firm you will
Post meet all jour requirements, i I the lumber interests of this fast growing customer trade. Their | cern is known as one of the firms i always find courteous and willing
for Rot-Proof -- Termite-Proof i I section an excellent service.. Lum- I j 1 I combined resources necessary togive I engaged in electrical repair workof 1!' to help you solve all problems in
l'aintabkOdorless for Home, Ma- I ber treated at their plant will last''Ij this speedy service, has run motors and generators that has : this line.
rino and Industrial Construction many times longer than untreated i iI I into a very large investment. Theyare
They are a good market for the I lumber will, less the damages done rendering a valued community I
Farmer and Timber owners of i by the common pests that are ravaging I'I'i service for their volume business i City Pest Control Company Jacksonville Fla.

this section for quality post, con- 1! untreated lumber and build- circulates a large sum of money I City Pest Control Co. offers a' such as apartment houses, furniture
tact them for specifications and ings throughout the nation. You that is a great aid to businessin j complete service. including: Ex- companies warehouses, stores,
dimensions They have treated postin i will always find their prices for I this section. 1! terminating. Fumigating and Bonded j I schools, greenhouses, farms, homesto
quantity for sale. They do these services to be very reasonable i The plant is conveniently located I Termite Control; also they are : include city, county and state
pressure treating for the lumber and their management courteous' I and is readily accessible to the j equipped to replace all damaged t;, properties.
interests Office 1074 E. 8. Phone and capable. j I(.I large section of the country they material. A representative of the' Men are at your service at all
EL 6-6453. Plant at Whitehouse There Is no firm in this section are serving, and we take great I firm is in Stark periodically each times to perform most imperativework
Fla. phone EV 7-4383. "Penta t that has rendered a more necesi i pleasure in referring them and month, so if you are bothered by! for you at reasonable prices.
Pressure Treated Post." sary or needed service to the public their service to the readers of this I pests of any kind drop this firm a j I Work is quickly done so that your
[ then they have. They maintain a friendly Guide. card and they will be glad to con property is not tied up or closed

I tact you. They are located at 3952 ,. down for any period of time, and
I Jax Auto Parts-"We Tear 'Em Up and Sell the Parts' : St. Johns Ave. in Jacksonville, I their work is Safe and Sure
i I phone EVergreen 7-0919, evenings I II !! They specialize In termite control
Jacksonville Fla. I phone EVergreen 8-2454. "Special :i service, and you can depend on
.lax Auto Parts has a complete because of the large amount of cylinder heads, motors, or whateverit 1! Sale" Bug Bombs $9.00 per : the work being done in the most
line of used auto parts includinglate business they transact and because may be, they have it. Just call i i dozen. I capable manner. They give you,
models in addition they also 'i of the fact that you do not have to I at their place of business and seethe Offers a most complete service in i their customers, the most up-to-date
specialize in reconditioned trans- buy a new part every time some- ;i assortment of used parts and modern Termite control, including I termite control service obtainable

missions and roar ends They are I thing goes wrong for here you can j you will be convinced that they can j' inspection of all types of buildings anywhere.And .
located at 1X18: \\'. Church, in Jacksonville 1 buy USED PARTS, which means ', sell for less. to determine extent to which ter- I In this Guide of the better
phone ELgin 4-43hS. greater saving to you. We are pleased to give this public : mites have infested your property.This I business firms of this section we
This progressive concern Is a I They buy wrecked and used cars ,I spirited and progressive concern firm's services cover all wish to call your attention to this
Twentieth Century economy to the that are sometimes as good as new :l mention in this edition and to features of the trade, and it concern, and suggest you consult
of ? I and disassemble them to get the : that whenever are in needI will rid of Termites.
automobile owner today. Why i say you your buildings I them when you are in need of termite
Because-they have everything in parts, which in many cases are as I of a used part for your car,you will Service Is available for commercial, control service.
the way cf used automobile parts good as new and are sold at prices find that you will save money 11I industrial and residential buLdings i,
which means a saving to the peopleof I| that can not fail to appeal to any- you pay a visit to their place olI :, --
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this community and adjoining : one that uses an automobile. i I business and furthermore you will
territory. Whether it be tires, tubes, rims, ; be given "A Square Deal At All Reid:, Safety Service Jacksonville, Fla.

This economy is made possible bearings,pistons,pins, axles,wheels, Times." !: Reid Safety Service has been.: They specialize in wheel balanc-
serving this area since 1936 offer- i i ing and alignment, front end alignment -

Newsom Fences-Dealers For Empire Fence Co. Established 1910Jacksonville : ing the finest in wheel alignment, ', and frame straightening.
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I balancing and a complete brake I Their shop Is equipped with modern
Fla' :service. They feature the famousi ; equipment and expertly trained me-
and chanics to do the work. You are assured -
if Bear Wheel Alignment system
\'Isit'I'wsom Fences' new and pattern or design that may be better first hand picture yoi
have all the equipment necessary : of the very best of work here.
will take few minutes to drop ir i
And be a
modern bates office at 5741 Beach desired. gates can manufactured '
l to do a complete job including a Their system is recognized by all
and these impressive design!i
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Blvd, call the fence number I to your specifications, or
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authorities to be the best
machine that will add system
of th tire truemg
FLanaers 9-5330. Mr. J, F. New they will be glad to sketch you a and let them explain some ( ,
and of wheel alignment and frame
these fences makE quicker to your driving safety i
will be' design for approvalThis points cf why {
Mr Carlisle Jones your
om or
and investment ',1 j comfort than most anything you straightening. Make it a habit to
sound practical
glad to help you with all your fence j!i' firm have on hand a mostImpress'e such a | can do for the money. They are have your wheels checked period-
needs They feature the installation and complete stock of
( ,ically to be sure that they are in
Where better fences are bull t t located at 820 Forest, in Jacksons -
of both Commercial and Residential these fences and maintain a staff '
You will
will find theirs too, alway!s \ phone ELgin 4-7488. good shape. save money
Life-Time Fences, also all types of of mechanics that are skilled in you
tires and front end
:yin repair ex-
outstanding because of their beauty : This firm is offering to the public ,
Rail and Metal Fence. the erection and will tint ( I
i you Your life be saved by
1 'i and permanent construction. one of the most essential serv- ]' penses. may
There is nothing that makes a I them to be courteous and accom- : Don't forget the fact they repal r 'ices known for the safe and eco- '! using this simple precaution.
home, estate or industrial site so I try-ing. damaged or sagging fences. I' nomical operation of an automobile. ,I In this edition of the better business -
outstanding and distinctive as a I In At the first sign of undue tire wear, firms of this section we wishto
beautiful and well manufactured I i Write or phone them and any We take great pleasure fence servIce referring I bad steering action, zigzag, sway or recommend this firm and their
fence erected. There is ,. information desired will be given this complete
properly
this any other irregularity that might I dependable service to all of our
of
to all the readers :
nothing that adds to value faster i j[iln a most courteous and obligingi I I show up In the steering operationof readers and suggest that you stop
and These : manner, but you will have a much friendly guide. I
more permanently I i i i I your car see this firm. in soon for a complete checkup.BRADFORD .
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I Jess Powell Associates, Inc. Jacksonville, Fla.: Dr.: Chester C. Dixon-Chiropractic Physician Jacksonville, Fla. I
builders and L>r Chester C* L>i\on., C'hiroand. his ability" through.. chironrartir t" retarded and health will return
reputable pool -
Jr. Powell Associates, Inc is on '
located" at 6515 Arlington I.d., inJtI'k"onnlk those who have learned too late practie Pnjiician has X-ray adjustments, he has aided nature naturally.
basement pool maybe Spmograj.hy Pinsiotheraphy and to restore his patient to lead a nor- A Chiropractor is a professionalman
phone EXbrook S-SS&n: : that a bargain
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I' 0 Box -Arlington, Fla. i i anything but a bargain. POW Specializing in Spinal Disordersand mal life. of extraordinary ability and
Pools Powell are custom designed :: ELL does not build or recommend Associated Condition, is located The professional service of a has the power of understandingthe
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and quality built to the i;i "Bargain Basement" pools. In I at 142S Landon Axe by South Chiropractor is to work with na- individual and of making a
highest standards for Motels. Es some instances a POWELL POOL Side Post Office, phone Exchange : ture and to find and to correct displacements quick and correct analysis His pro

tates. Institutions, Municipalities, may bt slightly higher than I 8-2183 found in the spinal fession requires a natural aptitudefor
Trailer Parks. Clubs. Homes and others, but when POWELL builds i In the professional life of this ; column. This adjusting is done in' correction of all causes of dis
I: pool arc assured of section he has built for himself a' a most scientific manner and work- ,
Hotels. In addition to the greater ; your you ease.We
minimum operating expense be- most enviable reputation. His pro- ing with nerve centers, in time, re- wish to call to the attentionof
from outdoor living a
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pleasure also increases the value of cause there is no "short cut" construction fessional concern is with just two'things turns the body segments to their our readers the fine reputationbuilt
pool I
or second rate equip-i -Your health and his repu- '! normal articular relation and releases through practice and refer
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lour A pool property.is a wise investment fortoday's ment used. The questionable savings I tation. Therefore, he accepts only! the pressure that former de- : you to this doctor as one of the
home loving family. Recent offered you on a cheaper pool : those cases which he believes he,I viations caused on the nerves af- i I most successful chiropractors in
trends in the pattern of living' can be quickly lost through maintenance : can help. fected. Having: made such adjustments this section.
have brought the private swimming I costs that result from inadequate I Because of his skill in diagnosis : the nerve force will flow un- I
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reach of Mr. Average Home-Own-I equipment. On the other hand the i Professional Optical Co. Jacksonville, Fla. I

t r. The tremendous increase in j I most modern Gunite Equipment isi I Professional Optical Co. has two i and mountings In all styles, these ,I using only the highest quality lens
population has clogged! the highway i used to apply cement to all l'ow-1 locations in Jacksonville to serve being from the countries leading i 1 and other optical supplies, seeing

:., as will as resorts, with' ell Pools. The cement applied bj 'I you one at 7 W :Monroe phone manufacturers of optical products j i that your eyes receive the utmost
those who seek sun and relaxation the Gunite Method is power sprayed ELgin 6-55;>, the other at 1034 for you to select from. Should you c-re and correction, your glasses
so planning a resort trip with j i in place rather than poured, ash: Park St., phone ELgm 5-572J; Their have the misfortune to break your will then be adjusted and properly
your family is almost without suring you of a pool having greater ;] services include Opthalmic Dispensers glasses, mountings or lens, they fitted, facial characteristics con
pleasure I' strength and longer life than' Prescriptions Filled and offer you prompt repair service. ] sidered, by one of their highly
Modern advances in pool con- one having poured concrete. j Glass & Plastic Artificial Eyes Whether It be a minor adjustment trained opticians to give the best
struction methods and materials When you think of the impor- This modern firm of dispensing on your glasses, or prescription to I possible service.

and high production has brought)i tance of lasting satisfaction in opticians wish to Invite your opti- be filled, they give It the same Your eyes mean more to you
the "custom-built quality" swim-'I your pool, all these things put !' cal problems brought to them fora painstaking care and professional > than any other possession have
ping pool within reach of the POWELL a big step ahead! Let 1 complete service. Their years of skill so proper precaution Id necessaryat

budget. average a POWELL representative show experience assures you of the finest Any prescription brought to there all times to protect them, and
During the early stages, of plan- I you why you can afford to own''I' in professional and technical serv- : must first be obtained from an eye in this Buying Guide we wish to
ning your private pool a few words | the fine t A CUSTOM DUlL ice at all times. specialist of your choice, then the call our readers special attention to
of caution should b>. heeded based i Qt'ALITPOOL BY POWELL They replace lens and have a' skilled and dependable service of. this optical dispensary, as this sec-
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Gravely Sales & Service la your knife whirl type mowers. If you: hit i Arthur Murray-Free Gay Parties for Students Jacksonville, Fla. .1!

dealer in this section for the famous i a stone, or any obstruction you I I Dance Lessons taught in. studios all over the country to take' room dancing such as: Rumba. FoxTrot
Gravely Garden Tractor, in can't break your blade as the mower STACK or Jacksonville to care of the ever increasing flow of Swing Waltz Sambe an.J
addition they handle a complete is protected with a safety type : Teen age or Adult classes Dance students. Tango. Enroll now, it is so easy to
line of attachments and parts. Their slip clutch. Other attachments include I Lessons cost less at ARTHURMURRAY'S In Arthur Murray's pleasant stu- become an expert dancer at Arthur

new location is at 735: Canal St., the rotary mower-30 inches : because you learn dios you can quickly become a Murray's Studio. If you are a pol-
in Jacksonville, phone ELgin and 72 inches sprayer, roller, now; faster. 40 years Teaching Experience 1 popular, interesting partner al- ished up-to-date dancer everyone
5mor ELgin 6-3 :::?. I plow bulldozer transportation (cart ; over a million delighted pu- : though you may know little or !ii wants you for a partner make new-
This firm handles the famous hay rake and riding sulky. This i pils; no other studio can match this : nothing about dancing. His talented J i friends and get more out of life.
Gravely Power equipment, which is : firm's 5-HP Tractor prices have : record. Go dancing after only 'i expertly trained staff has 1 Arthur :Murray Is considered one
ideal for small farms, garden es- i always been reasonable. Call them ,' one lesson in AirConditionedStudios. taught thousands of individuals to of the world's foremost authoritieson

tates, cemeteries and schools, and is I for a demonstration. : 21Adams.. phone dance rhythmically, faultlessly, and ballroom dancing, and in his
very easy and economical to op- I This progressive, modern com-ern' ELgin S-&S19 I smoothly regardless of age.. studios over the country you will
crate. None of this equipment is I is know throughout this section as' This famous school, long a New i A few lessons are all you need '! find the best trained instructors
sold from the showroom, but all; a prominent firm in the business. York tradition is now a part of this and you'll be astonished how little available.
machines are brought to your home i This section is indeed fortunate to I community, serving this and sur- : it costs and how enjoyable it is to It is a genuine pleasure for us
for demonstration which places you have it to serve us in this line, for I rounding territory. Due to the ever :i learn. Call today for an interesting I| to recommend this dance studio to
under no obligation. These ma- i it adds in no little way to the progress increasing demand of intelligent dance analysis. They have teen age'' the public of this vicinity, and we
chines have one spot lubrication and prosperity of the commu- 1 people to better their social graces : classes and private instruction to > urge you to stop In and get ac-
system. All attachments are driven nity. i!: and improve their poise and self all adults, each individual is especially quainted with them at once if you
through gears. The Gravely is : This up-to-date concern is ex- :, confidence, Arthur Murrays' have studied for best and quickest' have not already enrolled, they will
world famous and has an automotive tremely courteous and efficient toa had to expand and modernize their results. They feature special Ball- make you feel at home at all times.
type steel differential, two i marked degree. The management., ___J .1
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speeds forward and two reverse. I has surrounded themselves with .: Bass Motors, Inc.-Dodge "Job Rated" Trucks Jacksonville Fla. "i
Some of the attachments include employees thoroughly conversant -
Bass Motors Inc, as oneknows 1 The management deserves the has established. YOU CAN
post hole digger, rotary plow, with every feature of the business, every :pany
Gravely tree saws, circular or and as a result Gravely moves '1 I has a tremendous volume consideration the public is giving i I DEPEND on what they tell you
most sale on Now Dodge "Job their establishment They enjoy a I about any of these trucks. Many
chain type, which cuts down the I along in a satisfactory manner .
tree then cuts up the wood, sickle !I Rated" Trucks; this means a volume ;. large trade because their servIce Is |: of them have more dollar for dollar
mower for brush and field, and flat Tradr-m on Dodge and all j I! eminently satisfactory. The high j value left in them than some new
i makes used trucks. So for a large grade used trucks which they offer trucks.

I Butts Mobile Homes-Quality Mobile Homes- selection to select from on Dodge | can't be matched on the market to- '! This firm takes the same Interest
,, and all other leading makes .I day. It may truly be said that no in the sale of these used trucks as
Jacksonville, Ha. GOOD USED TRUCKS this is matter what you wish In the Used in new ones, and they are Just as
Dealers for the World's Largest five rooms; will accommodate four ,' the place to go. Their Parts Department i i Truck line, this place is prepared to interested In giving good service
Manufacturers of Mobile Homes, | to eight people comfortably. com- is equally important, supplying meet the demands satisfactorily. j This Is why you can buy used trucks
such famous names as: Duo. Silver I j pact kitchen living room and bedroom ,, dealers and truck owners partsall I The parts department Is most l from them with confidence and ex-
Star Elcar. Pan-American. Terry furnished with modern up-to- over this section of the South complete and they give you top j: pectancy of good service.
Cruiser. Kozy: Coach. National. M- II date furnishings. : Their repair department is another QUALITY repair service on any I Their Salesmen are gentlemen
System Melody Home. Zimmer. Imperial I Because of high prices of real estate important service to truck ownersof !i make truck you bring in to them. j and they give you sound advice on '
Indian and others. Becauseof and rent there are thousands I[ all makes. Located at l.n.70V. !! All these GOOD USED Trucks they your truck problems. You may con-
their volume sales and trade-in, of people living in mobile homes. ..:, State, 1 block W. of Myrtle Ave have on hand bear approval of recognized i suit them with confidence. And buy
there are some excellent buys in I They enjoy the carefree feeling and Phone ELgm 5-3594 !' dependability according to :i iI from them with confidence!

used Mobile Homes to be had. I economical way of life with no'' I the personal standards: this com-
HOMES have landlord problems. I; _
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fl'al'stat" connections to assist you Go by and consult this Mobile I'Allison I Transfer Co. Jacksonville, Fla. 1

in t trades Mobile Homes for real |i Home Sales Agency and they will Allison Transfer Co. is the agent service. They move you to or from lay in transit Their trucks and

estate They do their own financing.All i j prove to you that you can purchase for North American Van Lines in : any place in the United Statl's'i, service are modern in every detail -
sales completed at 6017 Roosevelt I a home of this type for less, in' this area. Through North American i but-remember they are alert to especially designed to meet

Blvd. Phone EVergreen 6-9110. I many instances than a down payment they can move you to allis states. E the local needs of the public and I the requirements of this company
Tins sales company is a dealer on a home would be. You can :! Canada. Mexico. Europe or the move anything locally that can be and their customers. If you are
for a full line of quality mobile use their convenient payment plan. I I Caribbean. Allison : I
can move you hauled in moving Vans. planning on moving or storing your
homes. I The mobile home is occupied today locally anywhere in Florida. They When you use their safe and con- I household furniture or office
The modern Mobile home of today by all classes of people, engaged also offer facili will take
i complete storage venient service you have these im- equipment they complete
i is a home completely insulated in various occupations. This ties. Located at So N. Catherine, in portant advantages: expert pack- charge and relieve you of all work
throughout for your comfort winter I well-known firm has been in business ,: Jacksonville, phone ELgin 3-4431 I ing, special furniture pads, Modern! and worry.
and summer equipped with oil. for a number of and offers i i I
I years See this firm for your packing''! Locked Vans, trained drivers, warehouse The owners and employes ar
bottled or natural heat electric mobile homes that
gas they can :
; and crating. They see to it that you j I facilities all over the country courteous and ready to answer al!
frigerator. stove and hot water I personally recommend which will "
I II have the best, because they see to The people of this section art I questions. Everyone in this sectioncan
with complete bath give best for '
systemssonic I you the'cry your I it that all fortunate In transfer '
personally phases of their very having a well afford to take advantageof
and shower. i 1J money. I business are operated under the and storage company under suet this local transfer line, as they
These Mobile Homes have two to
I most exacting business principles. management | aid in no little measure in the
--- They guard your interest and property You can be assured of prompt progress and growth of this com
J Jax Photos "Film Developing'25e ,
Safe packing, Storage and ness in getting started and no de ; munity.
Jacksonville, Fla. ; prompt service are all part of their I
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and reference to this Friendly given to out-of-town customers. Fla. Sewing Machines & Co. Jacksonville Fla. 1
!I Supply
Guide will develop jour first [ Their film developing which has ,
roll of film. Mail to: JAX PHOTOS i| met n-ith the heartiest approval of Fla Sewing Machines & Supply ,, This Sewing Machine Center lions of dollars every year. This

1'. O. Box 5C65, Jacksonville I I the people of this sectIOn. is within CO. is one of the leading suppliers features every type of sewing ma- company Is without doubt one of
Fla. Your film only remains'I i itself sufficient recommendation of machines in this area, handlingthe chine, portable, electric, table and the most popular In our commu
in their office for a period of "8!I for this enterprising concern In famous ADLER sowing machine treadle machine. This reliable com- nity. Don't be satisfied with any
hours" and then returned by mail i! photography there are many things It is one of the World's finest pany has factory trained experts thing less than the best machineyou
with a "return mailing envelope"for !i i that can affect the outcome, skill and simplest offering you straight ready and able to give you depend- can get!
mailing future film to be de- light. etc. but you may eliminateone zig-zag and automatic machines able repair service for any machine They will be glad to have a trust-

veloped. 'I' hazard, the finishing or film i Their other services include Free worthy representative call on you
This progressive photo finishingand developing. I Sewing Instructions Rentals Repairs They have on hand a remarkable I and explain the advantages of own-
film developing studio is a j In making this Annual Guide Parts and all makes of Used and complete stock of supplies and I ing a well-known machine. Buy on
boon to amateur photography and to Iwo j are glad to compliment this Machines. They specialize in hard parts. The manager will be glad to 1! an easy payment plan and a liberal
anyone that has film to be artistically -j progressive concern upon their : to get parts, and on demand can see that you are given every pos- trade-in allowance on your old machine -
finished and developed. Theyare j very highly specialized service and supply industrial machines and sible help with your sewing problems -
equipped to give you the I to refer them to our readers as : part For your sewing machine Examine the different models of
finest quality work and all their { the place to send your film for :needs go by 5o5V.. Forsyth. in Get your new sewing machine machines and make your selectionand
work is done by experts to give expert developing and printing Jacksom'jIJor phone ELgin now. Home sewing is saving the !I II then see the many gift Items

you the hot in film developing ; every time. I women of America countless mil- Including sewing boxes and kits,
rciiu intxr, spinal utur.uon 1:1. Ii i i I I scissor sets






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Foremost Dairies, Inc.-Foremost Dairy Products Jacksonville, Fla. Perma-Stone Sales .Jacksonville. Fla. I
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Foremost Dairies Inc., is locatedat Ito assure every user of Foremost ing, Old Fashion French Ice Cream, Perma-Stone Salt., i" located at type of permanent outsid.. veneering -

2003 College, in Jacksonville, I I Dairy products of always receiving packed in the round, no-dripping IVMontana AVI in Jacksonville and when you use this modern

phone EVergreen 9-6631 You always ]| the same high quality and cartons, we know you will enjoy phone FLanders S-77W; Install product you will have a lifetime

buy with confidence when you ,i freshness. : this at any time you have a taste Perma-Stone for Beauty. Permanence ': job.

select Foremost Dairy Products. i! The famous Foremost Dairy for ice cream. Enjoy its velvety and Strength It is the : It is ideal for both interior and ...
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They have the Good HousekeepingSeal ::1 products, is the only dairy product texture and creamy smoothness. modernizing magic material for old ; exterior construction. including I

your assurance of quality in |I in the country that bears the Good Foremost Dairies have spared no or new construction Perma-Stone.! outside walls, flower boxes barbecue -

"Milk or Ice Cream." Housekeeping Seal of Approval. i( expense to completely equip their :. will give you a lifetime of beauty ) pits and garage walls. For the

The famous Foremost Dairies is I This in itself, is an outstanding :' plants, with the most modern and and pleasure For homes business :i iI interior it is used for fireplaces

an international company servingnot achievement and the only possible f latest in sanitary dairy equipment i j I or industrial buildings. I| half walls, dens and many other

only the United States but way to be gained, was from the ': for your protection These dairy.,, This firm has been very active ] useful wa>'s.

many foreign countries with the I record of producing the very best, 1! plants are clean and sanitary !! throughout this section of the j jI To make beautiful new homes

finest quality dairy products which through the years. So remember, I throughout, the public's assurance I country, beautifying both old and and to modernize old homes we

includes homogenized, and pasteur- I when you buy milk, or any other of getting only the finest and purest 1 new buildings with permanent Per- suggest that you call or write this

ized milk, buttermilk, cream, and type of dairy products, why not I of dairy products. These* modern i ma Stone exterior construction f dependable contractor at once you

ice cream, and all of Foremost I have the very best, ask your food 1 plants are a tribute, not only This material is Listing, permanent will be glad you did; the cost i*

Dairy products are produced in dealer for those bearing the famous to Foremost Dairies, but to the i and beautiful. very reasonable. This service will

modern plants all over the countryto Foremost Dairy brand? When you many millions of people who have I Perma-Stone can be applied to add charm to your home and give

assure you of uniform quality ask for them by name, you will ', voluntarily selected these quality either old or new construction in you many years of enjoyable living

that is exactly the same every time j know you are getting the very best. products. | many beautiful color combinations Through the medium of this

you purchase one of these famous One of their many famous products We take special pride in recom- i to harmonize with the decorative :, friendly Guide which suggests to

dairy products. This uniform qual- 1 which we would like to men- mending these famous Dairy Products ; scheme of jour home or business you the leaders in their lines thereis

ity is controlled very rigidly so as { tion in this Guide is their outstand- j to all of our readers. | building. only one Ptrma-Stone We urge

i I The size of Perma-Stone can be you to make their service valuableto

j Shortridge Septic Tank Service --JackS-onvrne, Fla. :i had in any size to fit jour particular you as it has done for so many

Shortridge Septic Tank tary service that is approved by I for yourself just what quality ,' requirement, in narrow ledge others in this area, making build-

offers FREE septic tank inspec-I the County and State Board of work means, in their terms GOOD stone or large block tjpe It is self ing more beautiful and more useable -

tion specializing in Pumping. : Health. SERVICE It is not just an empty insulating, making your home cooler as well as value increased

Cleaning and Drain Fields Relaid ] "Quality and Service" Is their I i catch word they use when selling in summer and warmer in winter Write or call them for free estimates -

They are prepared to go anywhereany motto. When this firm started ,I you their service. You will see the This modern product is cheaper I or information

time and all work is fully guar- business they were thoroughly con-I i i! pains with which each operation in the long ruij than any other t

anteed. If you are out of the Jack- vinced that the public cares as I j j is handled. It is the attention they -- -- - -- -- -- ---. -
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sonville area phone COLLECT EL- much for quality a3 price. With : give the small details that counts : George's KennelGt'orgc's Jacksonville Fla.
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gin 3-90SO This firm is headed by that belief in mind "Quality First" i i The men in their employ are
Kennel, specializes mi I boarding Kennel If you have a
Mr. Russell Shortridge who is a they are right. The public does skilled. They feel a personal responsibility .
boarding both Dogs and Cats, serving i i dog or cat and there is some
Bonded and Licensed Plumber in want quality-you want quality in for every piece ot work
this area since 1923: They are i ii I. question about the feeding. or any
Duval County and is located at 1828 what ever service you buy. And they put out.
i located at 50S5 Edgewood Ct., in i other care of the pet, then pay
Soeanng St. in Jacksonville. If in 1 because they have constantly kept The fact that they have existed I
I I Jacksonville, Phone EVergreen them a visit and will find
any way a group cleaning can be this fact in mind, they are recog- and thrived in the face of bitter I II : you
9-0064 | them to be willing and ready to
arranged in your community a I nized today aj the best In this : competition they have had to meet ,
This boarding kennel is a com- !]|I furnish you with all kinds of au-
charge of only $25.00 per tank will section. I is proof sufficient that their work i iI 1 1!
plete very special and necessary1 thentic information that will make
be made and the expense of the A personal Invitation is extended I has always been of the very highest -
I service to the owners of Dogs and your pet appreciate this servicemade
j j
trip is assumed by this firm. I to all those interested in a better j quality.
Cats in this section of the State I available to his comfort and
They offer an outstanding serv- service. No matter what has been i Their many satisfied customers Is
\ | and many who have used their well being
ice to the people of this sectionin your past experience, they offera the only recommendation they
service will attest to its efficiency Boarding and care of pets at
Septic tank and grease trap service that is different. When need.
I | They Know and love Dogs and this Boarding Kennel is on a big
cleaning. This is a necessary sani- you have them once you will see
Cats and you can always bo as- scale and they are equipped to

I Tire Engineers, Inc., "All Types Recaps & Tire Repair" sured of the best care whetherthe ': handle a large number of dogs

animal sick well t
u is or just and cats at the time This business -

Jacksonville, Fla.as .,. I ask your local Veterinarian they (! with them is not a sideline

"American VITACAP Process of reputation through expert work safe as a new tire and at the i all know how well faithly and | it is a big volume business. for

Capping System" is used by Tire done in recapping tires. same time save you money. People i. : patiently your dog and cat will 'pets are brought to them from

Engineers. Inc., located at 185-1 W. I Throughout this section this is who care to keep tire expenses i I be cared for 'and will recommend I jail over this part of the State

Beater St. phone ELgin 4-2202. known as one of the firms en- down have their tires recapped and I them 1. and entrusted to their professional

Their service takes in tires, both gaged in the recap and retreading I retreaded at this modem shop. They are not only known for 1! care

large and small, cars trucks and business that has attained a position Most correct and reliable recap their untiring efforts to serve you Tins boarding kennel being a

tractor tires repaired and don't for- in the trade that brings an ping is a science as well as a trade,, but are known for their genuine, firm so liked and capable in their

get the small tires for scooters. etc. ever increasing business and as a and requires training secured b y r. courtesy and are at all times ready chosen endeavor, and so well equipped _

The big industrial tires and air- consequence the place Is the scene actual experience. This is why the, and willing to go out of thor way naturally makes us glad of the

plane tires are repaired and recapped of continued activity. work at this establishment is meet to serve you and make \jour dog 1 opportunity of telling our readersof

here Go in and let them They have their place equippedwith ing with such universal favor foi, and cat enjoy the stay at this their splendid service

true your tires up. they will last I all the necessary machineryand It is In charge of one of the most ---

much longer, even if they are new expert men to do the workso ,experienced recappers and retreadJacksonville -: Jacksonville Chinchilla Ranch I

This firm carries a complete line that you are assured of a per I ers In the country. We wish to rec

of tires for cars and trucks In fect recap and retreading job that ommend them, their efficiency and Jacksonville, Fla.

all sizes. They also feature tire will last you a long time. the plant and to say when in tht Jacksonville Chinchilla Ranch is graded blue animals ever placed on

retreading, and can offer you We learned by experience that a I need of good recapping and re- ':,"! located at 3436 I-ake Shore Blvd., in I the American market. All pairs are

speedy and economical service. This tire may be recapped or retreadedand I treading, or tires of any kind go to ;:. Jacksonville, phone EVergreen proven breeders. If you are lookingfor

progressive firm has won a wide give good service and still be I! this firm. 8-7383 an investment that will bring

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u Are looking for a part-time a continuous income not
you you why
Concrete Pipe Co., tor Durability & Economy Use bus!" -ss with the idea of developnto stop in at their office and go over

I Concrete Pipe" Jacksonville. Fh .. a full time activity after I the details with them? They will

i r ,.mt? If so, the raising of be glad to answer all inquiries and
Jacksonville Concrete Pipe Co use in sewer construction work; This firm has met the demands 0:
.uchillas can be the answer you I any questions pertaining to the
Soutel DriI miles North on also their reinforced concrete
pipe this section with their concrete
pipe have been looking for Chinchillas raising and breeding of Chinchillas.!
Hwy ;: 1. left on Soutel Drive will outlast all other types of drain I' from the standpoint of uniformity,
are a paying investment. They are I Many people throughout the
Concrete Pipe 4to 102", Culvert, tile. When you buy your pipe from !I because they have spared nothingin odorless and can be raised in your country today are finding the rais-
Sewer and Drain Pipe For the this concern, you know that there i i the way of installing modern'1 I
bedroom garage, or basement, and ing of chinchillas, not only a prof-
best in pipe phone PO 5-1636. P. O. will be but one construction jOb equipment. At this plant willalwa's I
you in your spare time The raising and itable business, but a most enjoy-
Box 1104.This required and that the first cost is
get uniform reinforced
I : breeding of chinchillas can bringyou able past time. Aside from being a
firm is a concrete pipe sup- the last cost concrete pipe because the best materials gratifying results. fascinating hobby, the nice thing

plier for every drainage purpose All of the reinforced concrete I are put into their manu- Your annual feed cost in raisingof about chinchillas is the opportunityfor

and there is no finer product than pipe supplied by this firm meets :, facture; and their pipe is made of Chinchillas is approximately small breeders and ranchers to

concrete pipe for sanitary sewers, the specifications of architects and I> an aggregate, properly mixed and $2.50 to S3.50 per year. They require share in developments by larger

well curbing, storm sewers, drive- builders throughout this section II i iI manufactured by the latest and very little attention. The mortality breeders such as this ranch.

way culverts and drain field construction I Their pipe is in great demand by best process.We : rate is low and the income potentially Through the medium of this

work. This progressive ':'all who have used it; and is being are glad to pay tribute to high. If you have space for, friendly Guide, we wish to recom-

establishment is the well known !|i used in every type of construction this firm and to point out to our xnd can raise and feed a cat successfully mend this modern chinchilla ranchto

producer of excellent high grade where permanency is foremost. The readers that a sincere desire to you can raise the chin- all of our readers and to sug-

products which have come to be I people of this section have found ; serve coupled with enterprising chilla, whose fur is worth more gest that a visit to their office will

recognized as the finest type for! their pipe to be the lowest cost to I I methods Is largely responsible for than its weight in gold. prove well worth your while. If

use in drain field construction. 'I their progressive standing. :I This modern chinchilla ranch offers you are looking for a profitable investment -

------ i ----- for sale some of the finest We especially recommendthis

Leslie E. Gradick Jacksonville Fla firm to all of our readers.

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I ,| Fla.--Barber- & Beauty College Jacksonville, Fla.: I IA

complete Barber and Beauty I cal service, such as permanent

-- training course is taught at Fla. j I. waving hair conditioning. hair

Barber & Beauty College. 501 W shaping, coloring, facials and man
Leslie E. Gradick is the representative i offer the people of this section the !I modern concern tor helpful ad- I:
Adams phone ELgin 4-f,3'8. I i iI icuring
in this area for Butler convenience of both and and suggestions as to what
I economy jvice |
I !I This college is staffed with instructors I Nothing in the art of Beauty
Buildings, the steel building that is versatility of construction. This ', type building will be best suited i
who Know every phase of Culture and Barbering has been
adaptable to jour needs at a low firm makes it possible for you to to your individual needs and re- :
the Beauty and Barber profession. I omitted in their courses Students
cost They are quickly and econom- have your buildings engineered and : quirements. And at the same time, !' I
The management and assistants : from this school are trained not
ically erected, weathertight. permanent designed in any length or width get their prices on both work and
ha'e'on quite a reputation in this : only to style hair to suit the contour -
rigid frame, truss-clear con- you desire, and for any purpose, j materials. All work is done by a ,
] section for the efficient training. of the face or personality but
struction There are thousands in : such as housing of goods or mer- '| corp of experienced workmen, to''j I il
1 and modern beauty and barber cul- are trained to give many helpful
use for farm. commercial and industrIal I j chandise, agricultural storage, or assure you of the finest service in
II i ture service they are offering to hints and aids to better beauty care
I
purposes. They are locatedat industrial plants. construction, and erecting these
( their students and the public in and care of the hair and scalp.
579 Meteor, in Jacksonville.. : This outstanding company has modern, all purpose steel buildings. I'
The young people of this section -
phone EV 9-2371. I solved this section's commercial j The steel buildings supplied by general.
i This renowned beauty and barber will find that a few hoursi
This firm Is a distributor of and industrial building needs by i this firm are non-combustible, I i "
i 1 college invites the interested persons i time spent at this modern beauty
custom made steel buildings for supplying an all-steel building that I wind resistant and easily maintained -
1 I | of this area to share in a high- I and barber college will enable
commercial, industrial and agri- is easily erected in only a fraction j at a minimum of expense.
I I The them to embark a career
Ily remunerative profession. upon
cultural uses, made to your specifi- !J of time that is required to build a They are ideal for economical storage -
culture and barber profes- i with a lifetime income The in-
cations They are specialists in both building of any other type of construction I space for crops machinery ve- j beauty i
strides in the I structors at this college of beauty
industrial plant buildings, and and the permanent features hicles, bulk boxed and stackedi sion has made great I
warehouses These steel buildingsare | of these all-steel buildings i goods, in fact they might be said I past years and includes many new I culture and barbering are all highly -
of cul- trained personnel, who take an
methods beauty
fabricated and erected by this has met with favor from the com- I| to be good for anything that has i and revised
': ture and the barber trade. The I active part and interest in each
firm to meet any and all commer- I mercial agricultural and industrial to be housed. We highly recommend -
'I i modern beauty salon requires hairI I and every student, and it Is a
this firm for
cial and industrial requirements. firms throughout this area. complete
I
I I stylists who are thoroughly trained i pleasure to call your attention to
They are fabricators and erectors We suggest and recommend you isen'I'l', I
techni this well known college.Every .
field of this highly
of ,iwtom built steel buildings that .take your building problems to this in every (



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I Conn Tree Surgery "Tree Surgeon" Electrical Workers Union No. 177 Jacksonville, Fla. I

Fla. Electrical Workers Union No 177 members, but to the community most dependable workmanship and
Jacksonville
is located at MH Liberty in Jacksonville and the public in the territory it material for your job.
i'nun Tr.'lIr:.:, ry offers a com- ana they employ only well trainedmen phone ELgin 5-4."";.. For represents.This This union has done much to
pleti trey service, including: Tree to serve your needs. They have union formed and and
information or assistance call J. W was not onlyto promote develop progress
Removal. Dcmossmg, Lot Clearing. modern equipment to completely the interests of the electrical this
Rogers, Business Manager or pay protect prosperity throughout section,
Crane Service. Cavity Work and handle every phase of tree service, him a visit at 9W Liberty. This worker, but to lift the stand its members will be found in almost -

Power Spraying of Shrubs. Trees 1 transplanting, removing and trim- Union has been in continual exist- ; ards of quality workmanship among every type of industry and

and Lawns. All of their work hasa ; ming. ence for many years serving theipublic I the electrical workers. In this way, I| commercial business that requiresan
full insurance coverage. They are :j Their services are available not Thej.1 and others have ; electrician and will find
in a'ery able way. j many they helped j you
located at 2130 LaM."e, in Jacksonvilli. !I only to home owners, but to sl'n'e''
; have gone all out to better to develop this section of the na- ; that all of the leading electriciansand
Phone }o'Landcri55T I churches institutions i!
j cemeteries and this area in all phases of electrical tion in no small degree. | electrical workers in this area
This firm of qualified tree experts of all kinds, as well as, town.
i I' |; work. When you have an electrical contract are members in good standing with
Is available for complete city and county properties. Their;' this union.
The International Brotherhood of of any type to offer, make
service; to the tree owners of this service is in demand by all those j jI i
Electrical Workers is one of the sure that you are letting it to a'; We consider it a pleasure to call
section.They specialize in tree trim- who want the best in tree I
very finestorganizations of union workers reliable electrical ;
I contractor that to the attention of all our readers,
ming, topping, cabling spraying i care and you will find that they :
I II in the country. It stands for is affiliated with this progressiveunion this outstanding union, and to
cavity work transplanting and in j can serve your needs better and I progress and prosperity, not only and make sure that he has make known to you what they have
audition they are removal special- | cheaper and we advise all our read- :,
i for the electrical workers that are, an all union shop, in this way you i i done to further the expansion and
lit.- | ers who are in need of a tree expert -
are protected and soured of the growth of our section of the state.Jacksonville .
The tree services offered by this | to call on this reliable tree _
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concern is guaranteed and all workis 'specialist for the most dependable
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covered by insurance for your :work at all times. Concrete Co. Jacksonville.. Fl-a.

protection. You are invited to call We are pleased in this edition of JacksonvilleConcrete Co. with builders throughout the country: asa blocks and the best material -is-put--

them about your problems pertaining the leading business concerns of I three convenient locations to serve whole. Their blocks are in great i into the product. Their blockare

to modern tree care. Their advice this section to call special attention 1 you. Office and Plant N'o 1 at Tal- :, demand by all who have used them, I made of an aggregate properly

has helped many to have to this firm of tree service leyrand and Marshall Sts.: Plant :: and are being used in every type of : mixed and manufactured by the
beautiful trees and they are respon- experts, their list of satisfied cus- 'I
No. 2 at Edgewood and Edwardsand construction where permanency is latest and best process
sible in no small degree for the attractiveness :tomers is the only recommendation I II :
Cecil foremost.
Field, and Plant No. 3 The many beautiful We are pleased to complin.ent
of some of the finest necessary, giving you the at Foot of S. Hogan St.. handlesa j I I structures built with their Lloc'ksI I!I this firm on the progressive policy
trees in this section. finest in workmanship at the most I
line of Concrete Prod- have the
complete met demands of critics I: they have followed in the
This firm is highly experiencedin ''reasonable prices possible.Jacksonville |I ucts. Their concrete products include 'I from an architectural standpoint, of stepping companyJnanat'ment up business -

this important field of service. r quality certified concrete and from the '
i public. : ahead of the times, thu* setting
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I blocks, quality certified ready mixed I This well known firm has spared a pace by which they haveI
I Ornamental Iron & Metal Works concrete and a complete line of
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I nothing in the way of installing earned the reputation as A ':;0-
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Jacksonville, Fla. accessories; also all types of concrete modern equipment. They will gladly I getter."

colors and colored split I furnish you ideas in the construction i!| \Ve are glad to pay tribute to this:
Jacksonville Ornamental Iron & nent firm in this lina the prac- '1
blocks. P. 0 r.ox1 6. Jacksonville
: of commercial buildings, firm and to point out to our readers -
Metal Works features both Residential tical knowledge that has won for .
Fla., phone ELgin 3-7373. I homes, or farm buildings such as that its progressive standing is
and Commercial ornamental ] them the recognition of the coun- '
of 1 This firm's products meet the barns, storage buildings, etc. At this due to a sincere desire to servo,
iron work, including: Stc.'lStars try at large and the patronage
specifications of Architects and plant furnished uniform 'l'oupledith methods.
are
I you enterprising ,
Fire Escapes Bar Guard thousands all added to the progress ,
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Porch Columns, Iron Railings and ,I and prosperity of the communityin

Burglar Bars: also Pipe ColumnsIn which this establishment id lo- : Miller Machinery & Supply Co. Jacksonville, Fla. }

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addition they do all types of:; cated. I \ll11er aucTuni'iy & Supply Co. thing for the Dairy Farmer that' fine line of equipment they handle

Electric and Acetylene Weldingand They employ master craftsmen in is one c/f this section's leading suppliers li necessary to operate a grade so they would not think of trading:

have portable welding equip- ] of Dairy Equipment. Laun1 "A" Dairy. In the line of these;elsewhere.The .

mrr.t featuring on the job welding. \: tne manufacture of all their prod 1 dry, Dry C"aningIa'hin'ry) and supplies they feature quality products i j Dairy Farmer finds it both!

They are located *tt 4172 Phillips ucts and the work represents Supplies also all types of Steam at reasonable prices. ) pleasant and profitable to purchase

Hwy in Jacksonville, phone FLan- artistry as well as sound and solid Generators and Boilers. They are I This progressive concern has won i their supplies from this: firm be-

dcr.MIKS.! ::. construction. located at 601 E. Church, in Jack- wide acceptance in this and adjoin- cause they assure their customersof
I
Meeting with universal approval, In this Guide, of our onward sonville. phone ELm .) ing Counties in completely supplyIng getting the highest quality at

these products of ornamental iron progress we are pleased to compliment Laundry or Dry Cleaning plant I the Dairy Farmer. They are i the most reasonable prices, plus

are going to all parts of the state this concern as a firm which > supplied is complete with I- )\ known for their extreme courtesyand friendly and courteous treatment.

and have always given the trade has kept their establishment thor- tors. Tumblers. Heaters Washers I willingness to render genuine I' You are always extended the most

the best of satisfaction, which fact oughly abreast of the times andis and \Vater Softeners. service to their many Dairy patrons I cordial invitation to visit their place

accounts for their rise and success- meeting the needs of the prob- This firm are suppliers of all and the public in general. and see for yourself just how complete -

ful business career with an ever I: lems of the day in a most thor- types of supplies for the dairy Always alert to the needs of :; your dairy can be made at

increasing patronage each year. 'I rough-going manner. We desire to farmer Milkers and Coolers. their customers, the Dairy Farmer, a reasonable cost.

This company is known throughout refer this establishment to all the !i dairy heaters, wash vats, cans, and all things that increase community It is a pleasure for us to recommend -

this section as a leader in the : people of this section and ask them buckets, strainers i etc. They prosperity, they maintain a ; this firm to our readers and

ornamental iron business. i| to call foe specifications and esti- have a complete supply of all kindsof leadership in modern dairy equipment i invite you to pay them a visit. We

The tremendous prestige of their mates on contemplated work. You sprays for livestock and disinfectants that enables them to help | urge you to get acquainted with
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immense volume of business, the will find them courteous and accommodating for dairy use, in fact any- make dairying more profitable. Al. them if you have not already doneso.

experience of years as the promi- i and highly efficient. I of their customers realize what a' .

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I Dyalwood, Inc.-Pulpwood BuyersPyalwood _u ,! (131)-No. 264-D;Upholstery Fur. Car & SeatCov. !

Jacksonville, rla. ''General Upholstery Shop Jacksonville, Fla. I
Inc. is one of thi section '" very best offer possible will be
General Upholstery Shop is located q-iahty. difference whether your pierof
s leading buyers of pulpwood ,, mad You can depend on what '
at 3227: : N Myrtle Ave.. in They have spared nothing in or- furniture is a prized antique chairor
Located on a.tport Rd., in Jacksonville they tell you, as being a fact, roncernlng I
[Jacksonville phone ELgin 4-8111.j i der to give every car owner in this j a modern sofa, they can up-
phone ELgin 6-681. I the condition of the mar
This firm features a complete auto j I section the opportunity of having a :j holster it to look like new for
This dependable pulp wood buyer ket, or any other information per- '
and furniture upholstering service.The II i beautiful color scheme in their seat i much less than a new pil"'Oould
offers the farmer and land ownersof I taining to pulp wood, for they are i
services include: Convertible'Tops. covers that will add much to the !
this section a convenient and real authority in this field. cost.This
Head Linings. Door Panel-i attractiveness and over all value of trim shop has on hand! all
modern market for their pulp wood The farmers and land owners of '' I
1 ings, Household and Office Furniture the car. types of materials with the latest
stock. If you are in the market to i this area have learned to place the : I!
1 Repaired and Upholstered. In addition to their seat covers designs and patterns ehool'nqtn
tell your pulp wood don't fail to utmost faith and confidence in the
Pool Tables Recovered and Bar they offer a distinctive furniture one idea in mind, to give long :..'fVi -
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call this company and get their ability of this firm to estimate, and
i Fixtures RefmLshed.When upholstering service. If your furni- ice. All work is furnished to the
prices, they always pay the top handle any amount of pulp wood I i
you have this well known tuVe is beginning to look worn and I| trade in the best quality obtainable
market prices for all quality. ; timber they might have, and too
i| firm do your work, you not only shabby or the coverings are bad anywhere. So. if your need. be a
this firm to bet
The pulp wood industry is one they have found I I'I'
have fine materials, but the finest i ly soiled don't think that you must' minor repair or upholster or trim.
of the nation's most important big honest and straight forward in
t 'I' in workmanship. Go into their'j discard it for new. See this firm of i j I go by and see them. You will find ,
industries in the country today. their business operations. :
place and let them show you the '! upholsterers for a complete service. I I them courteous, glad and willing to(
The manufacturer of paper and ; It is always a pleasure for us to
: fine patterns they have selected j They are expert workmen who are I| serve you whether your job is large
many other products is governedby i be able to recommend one of our
in order that skilled in their line. It makes no or small.
just they can give
!i : you i I
the supply of pulp wood timber, local industries to our readers and i
and the demand for pulp wood is i we say you will always find trading --

constantly increasing. i! with this concern completely satis- 1: Mrs. Isa Cutts Convalescent Home- Jacksonville, Fla. I

You are extended a most cordial factory. So remember; call them if i Mrs. Isa Cutts is located at 2271 I tient. All methods are approved by type, sympathetic and understanding -

invitation to contact this firm and you are planning on selling your \ Market St. in Jacksonville, phone the supervising medical authori- who make you feel that what

discuss your timber sales, j'OUill pulp wood, you'll be glad you did j ELgin 6-5061. She offers an outstanding they do for you is never too much

be received with courtesy, and the practical nursing care, in'(' ties.All rooms are light: and cheerfully trouble. And the surrounding ter-

--------- her home, of Invalids and Elderly :: decorated, and have that ritory is very fortunate in having

A A Personnel ServiceA Jacksonville, Fla. People. j I home atmosphere which has a good !, a convalescent home, "So Like A

A Personnel Service a member the type of employee bent Milted I This Convalescent Home is well : psychological effect on the patient. Home."

of the "National EmploymentBoard. to fill the particular type of job : located, plenty of sunshine, never | Their food is prepared by a spe- Untiring efforts are put forth in
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." and the Chamber of Com- offered. i enough noise to bother the sick, yet cialist on diet under the most sani- order to do everything possible for

nu-rce. is recommended by c m- The agency is able to provide near enough to town so friends tary l'onditions-ghing the patient : the comfort, and care of guests.

plrers for Sales Office. Technical employees to fill positions for business i I I i and relatives of patients can call well balanced meals, nourishing'II Feeling at home is one of the attractive -

and Executive Positions. This I I and industry, whatever the without great inconvenience. and appetizing, for rebuilding the features that make this

agency i> not and never has been I need may be in the way of Office i 11 11t Heating, ventilation and sanitary i health and strength so necessary nursing home so well loved by

u "deposit" type agency. It be- !t Executive. Sales, Technical and l i arrangements are most completely | tor the inactive person. I those who receive its beneficialcare

hoes an individual should lieRIV I'. Industrial personnel. Careful selection :i I planned for the comfort of the pa- i Their nurses are of the nighest
chance and opportunity i of the applicant to fit the :I, --
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tor a job regardless of his present ;I exact demand and requirement

financial situation. The past ia: assured. I Graze-Dempsey, Inc. Jacksonville, Fla.

record and present affiliations : A A Personnel Service offers : GRAZE-DEMPSEY. Inc.. supply much to further the growth and !; tion companies throughout this sec-

have proven it to be ethically op 1"A i j Distinctive Service for Business Industrial. Construction and Road prosperity of this section of the I tion, but city, town and state government -

erated. The agency is located at i I!| Firms. Needing Better Help, 'I Building Equipment. Completeparts I state in no small degree. Their I agencies look to them for

the corner of Main and Monroe and Persons Wanting Better Jobs." I department and Service full line of modern equipment has i advice and information on their

Streets, in the Masonic Temple :i i If you are looking for employment | Equipment Rental Sen-ice. They made possible the building of roadsas needs in construction equipment,

P. Dd! >; phone ELgin 5-9571. i| in some special field, then by all j deal in new equipment, such as: well as buildings, and we think i iI : as well as the equipment itself.

This outstanding employmentagency I l I! means stop in at their office and 'Street Sweepers. Smith Concrete I their importance should not be It is firms such as this that have

offers specialized placement I place your application with them. 'I Truck Mixers, Bucyrus-Ene. Es- I overlooked when we consider our', made our state and our city a more

service. Their ability to place ,t They offer a fair. friendly and : sick Plaster Mixers. eoFlashersI advancement and continued pros- : enjoyable place to live, and to them

you in a responsible position is !! courteous service to both employers and Warning Lights. Union Wire I perity. [ must go a large part of the credit

unexcelled In most cases they will and employees and whetheryou I I Rope and American Terratrac The contractors and the public :; for our high standard of living. We

have a list on file that will meet are looking for help or seek- Tractors Bulldozers, B a c k h o c in general have come to know that :j take great pleasure in calling your

your individual desires. Employers ing a better job we feel sure I Loaders and many other items allied I this is a firm upon which they special attention to this firm, and

in all types of business and indus- l that this dependable agency can I I to the line. Located at 2385 'I can depend for the best at all especially want to recommend themto

try place: the utmost confidence help solve your needs to mutual I Corbett phone ELgin 5-0581. times. Their service is not only all the contractors for complete

1:1 its ability to screen and select ': advantage. i l This modern concern has done !| used by contractors and construe- service.Every .