Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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j' k Deed To Factory Site Is Obtained;] Looks Like Everybody I Board Sets November, 1952 1 As Date : I IFor

Bids Of Contractors To Be ReviewedDeed I Wants To 'Get In Jail'It Election On County HospitalThe ill

used! to be that folks tried hard to keep out of jail.

to the site of the proposed' Some materials for the building! I Now It looks, as If everyone Is trying to get IN jail iu Oradfurd Board of County Cummins-, culled and held\ as provided by law

work clothe factory In Starke are already on the ground. including County old. soon' to ho abandoned ,(ail building. that Is. I loners. meeting here Monday set on the question of such hospital. ,

was obtained by the Bradford : steel windows and steel mesli. The Tourist Club and, the Woman's Club were loading contendersfor "the Tuesday after the first Mon. and 11 I

County Development Enterprises Mr Andrews said that D. S. space Monday when large delegation from each organization appeared day In November A. D. 1952" //1.81 "Whereas mild petitions were .

inc. last night when Guy Andrews Slceloff. Jr, president of the Slce before the County Comml.iHloners and l put in their bid for the tlmo for holding an election to receive! by the Chnlnuan ,>f the i

president of the corporation met loff Manufacturing Co. of Lexing quarter In "the crumbling bust lie" that the State's Department of determine whether or not an annual \ Board of County Comnii-nloners. i

: I with J. H. Addit-oH. owner of the ton. N C. will arrive In Starke (','IRon... condemned years ago as unfit for use as a prison. tax shall be levied for the for and on behalf of Uie Hoard ant l lWednesday

I property In Jacksonville next Monday, to confer with eon- Spokesmen fur the Tourist Club declared that It would make an establishment maintenance ofa i J'lmntry' I ;, AD ,
Some technicalities In the titleto tractors bidding on the public hospital In Bradford 1931: was set as the time for .-lu.-k. i
Ideal of face and Interior
tenter for their activities (after" a bit lifting I
the property which delayed obtaining tion. Mr. Slceloff i is pr..con"tru\\ County Thin Is. the date of the tag the petitions to determine if '
decorating of course) It U In the renter of town, rnidily accessible -
;.'ilklllJlt"------ ... ........._...............,..,;".. the deed for several weeks, the North Carolina, to persons stopping In local hotels, nnd has the further advantageof next General Election. I thfy comply with the law. anti
have been cleared up, Mr. Andrews manufacturing: (company and propones The commissioner took this "Whereas the Hoard did meetat
State Fresh Water FlRh and Game CommlsHlon- U. S. 301 where tourists would be
Joiner, fronting on passing Impressed by ,
said ant work on clearingand to operate an additional! action after checking petitions i the appointed time and did
I Ict Senator Charley! E. Johns Rep. Doyle E. Conner and the can the fact that Starke has an organization devoted to the Interests and asking that : check the said
filling property pro- plant In Starke under a separate such an election be petition and foundthat
(let Wildlife, Officer T. C. Chastain. Jr. wish to announce feed: at once. corporation to b.. known as the entertainment of winter visitor, they said. called. and finding that "they appear they appear to represent the

. ;turkeys have been turned loose in Bradford County. The factory site consists of 11 Big Dad Manufacturing Co. The Woman's Club likewise aces In the old jail building an Ideal to represent the required five I required five percent of the real

SaboVe Is Senator Johns (at left) and Officer Cha-staln lots lying north of Tenth Street Mr. Andrews said 1 that more location for Its library project, now bulging at the Beam. In Its crowded percent of tho resident freeholdersnecessary dent freeholders necessary, to call

V,. ii two members of the game department as they prepared between Cherry and Church I than 20 applications have been received quarters In Woman's Club building. The club has several thcnm- to call the election as the election as requested."Therefore. .
jtuikeysohns Streets. There Is 110 feet of I In the and dollar to spend on Its library project and nowhere to spend it. requested. 1 be It resolved that

said "We are asking the citizens to please not shootas frontage on Tenth Street. between for key positions No wonder the members view with envious eyes those soon\ to bo Vacated The law provides that In Instances In compliance with the petition

they were put here for restocking purposes. Wee Stefanelll's Store and the operation of the plant and applicants rooms of the old county Jail. of this kind Commission- as aforesaid. and III compliancewith

cooperation of citizens, that we will have plenty of Nat Williams residence. The will be Interviewed by Mr. But neither group received any too much encouragement from the era can call a special/ election or the provisions of the livv,
I property purchased includes this Slceloff while he Is here nextw..k. place the 1 thla Board of County Commissioners .
future date. County Commissioners. The delegations were told that at least a matter before Ute voters ,
hoot at some be
entire block. with the exception ofthree Those selected will at the of Bradford County [Florida: do
ncr Joiner states that It Is the desire of the Game Com- for training. portion of the building would be converted to county office and that If next General Election. !
lots In the southwest corner. taken to Lexington I After considerable now call an election to determine
the lakes and streams of Florida restocked with fish any space was left over the Board would endeavor to convert It to discussion of I whether
ep this. matter the an annual tax "be levied
|U with quail turkeys, and deer. serve the best Interest of the county an a whole., It Is doubtful that was/ following resolution I' for the establishment. and maintenance
tfohns and Representative Conner are most grateful to the Facilities, Courses, Teaching Methods I either group could receive much consolation from a statement like that. unanimous vote; and adopted by of a public hospital at

f,>r the game that has been placed In Bradford County. Of County Schools Now Under ScrutinyWithin Spat: In the county courthouse has been at a premium In recent "Whereas, on Janutry 2, A. I'I Starke, Bradford County, Floridathat ;
years due to the ever-expanding functions of county government. the maximum amount of
the last two :weeks the standings! ; ((9) The school Is concerned The County Home Demonstration Agent operates from a sinnll 19.11 this Board of County Com I I money proposed to he expended In

ssioners Agree To Readvertiseids administrators ami teachers of the with the Improvement of nook in the County Farm Agent's office, and can hardly be blamedfor mlsBloners Florida of Bradford County, purchasing such hospital be $135.
Bradford County schools have learning within the community: wanting more suitable quarters. lions was presented with peti 000.00./ nnd, that a tar not) to exceed -

been examining the school facilities ((10)) The school an Intellectually The Welfare Hoard also desires office spnce' of Its own, Instead of of signed the! by resident freeholders ,I five mills on the dollar be
courses and teaching methods, stimulating place; ((11)) The school County asking that an levied" for the purchnse maintenance -
being shifted around from "pillar to post", wherever vacant
Test Wellular a cornerla /annual tax be
On Drainage the Idea! being to provide better I Is a place where there In beauty discovered. tablishment levied for the es and support of such hospital

Instruction for the children of thl and creatlveness; ((12) A good and maintenance of a as provided by litw, and
I Bradford, County has also recently acquired a Conservation District .Public hospital at Stalks .
county curriculum provides the development ; that the "B It further resolved that
| meeting of the grade a new approach from the Dr. Klmhell Wiles of I of skills In democratic living set-up and consequently another demand 'for additional space maximum. amount of money. proponed the datum of saul election be Tuesday -

Jounty Commissioners, Kirby Crews Road to said State professor economic concepts and a re pect Yes. it lookh like everybody is trying to (get In Jail these days, but tu, be expended. In purchas after the first Monday In November -

nday, County Attorn- Road, and to close the old approach education at the University of i for work. the County Commissioners aren't passing\ out any sentences not ing such hospital 1 Is SI3 .000. and A. D. 11)52.

Kht advised that he Istot that runs through the land Florida. Is working with the groupas For the purposes of looking at I j I I yet. I hit n tax not to exceed five mills\ "HunI. and adopted, III the regular

with drainage well ,of R. R. Crosby. an advisor. Dr. Wiles has served -I the other sldo of the picture the on the dollar be levied for the meeting of the County Commlssloners -
S and stated that heertise The county attorney presenteda \listed purchase, maintenance anti
in this capacity In similar group following characteristics are sup of Itrndford County,
for bids on thee deed of correction to the old studies throughout the country. ns those which Indicate a poor Earl McGruder Monroe Griffis port of such hospital as. provided Florid.. this Slim dny of FebruaryA

test well If author- Clnyno Koad right-of-way for execution At the last meeting Dr. Wiles school; program: ((1) Large numberof Serving In KoreaCpl. I With 5th Cavalry by law; that n special election be D. 1031.! "

to Container Corporation. presented 12 characteristics of u drop Out; ((2)) Broken .window -

directed the attorn- He advised that the matter' had good school program with whichto In the buildings. and other evidences Earl I... McGrudt-r, who I Pvt Monroo T Giirfls., son of School BoardAuthorized

fd,I at once to adver- been duly advertised and that the compare our own. These characteristics of vandalism. ; ((3)) Lack of graduated from Bradford High Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Griffis of( Group From Here
deed of correction appeared to Interest (4)) The teacher School In the I I Plans
are: ((1)) The teacher pupil ; Starke Is nerving Attends ShipCommissioning
tr of sinking drainage meet objections, to the former deed In the school believe In what I and pupils race to the exit at class'of 11)50! ( ha. with the 5th Cavalry For 6 Classrooms

fupson' Lake has been executed by the Board to the they are doing; (2) The teacher. : the end of the day; (5):I) Dissatisfaction been stationed Kegt. (Inf.)

For" some time In anLeve right-of-way. The chairman and base their choices on what they In the community; ((6)) Pupilsnot with the armed I In Korea, lie has. l At the regular meeting nf the
I Id" A large dolegntlon of Starke
flood conditions the clerk were then authorized IUlddlre..te,1 school Is I achieving at rate of ability; forces In Korea been I
believe; ((31 The a place In the service School Board held her Monday
citizens: headed by Mayor J, HI ,
of heavy rainfall to sign the deed for and where teachers and pupils have ((7)) Lack of difference between for the past three! J for three II. P- Morgan superintendent of I
I attended
Ethe water off under on behalf of the Board. fun; ((4)) The emotional climate of graduates and non-graduates.. monUis. lie Is a I years, sail was'm ri'I public Instruction, was authorized I mlaMlonlng Welnwrtuht of two ships" the from com-the
Emery Johns and Jay Moody requested the s..houlls good; ((5)) Students of I This group will continue to meetevery nephew of MrsC. to Instruct '
(.f toned ,In Japan < 'the- architect for the FltJfMa; : Ormip Atlantic Reserve
|{oar, plant superintendX. permission to line a county the school believe /and feel that other week for a six hou, ""''Mam-"C: ; f prior to theoutbreak Board !Sanford. Coin of Gain,,!*- Fleet lit the Green Cove Springs

;;. d'jPont' de Kem-. brjdge "" A cattle-gap' by remov- they b..l/ulc-'ln' the school; (6)) The session.. The" group has set up l ,Starke and the vllle -tn proceed with the plans Naval Station Tuesday afternoon.
ing a portion of the decking. Tho which which Includes a Saturday of Mrs. of war
[ mining operation east miiool has set ntandards program grandson I I and specifications for the con- The ships were. part of the
as invited to appear jrequest was denied because removal boys and girls can reach; ((7)) The trip to the University for fur Hattie Jones. At ; In Korea. Ills address ruction of a six additional classrooms "mothball" fleet that has been

(Board and explain a of a portion of the decking school places value on .skills (social ther work. I present he Is ser I Is: Monroe at tho Bradford \Elementary anchored at Green; Cove since their

(irplus 'of overflow of would weaken the bridge and skills skills lu speaking skillIn These meetings are not reotrlct- I ving/with the 5th T. Griffin. 11705888 School. Authority was also given service during WarM War 2.
of the R. L. such a makeshift structure would skills skills In speaking skillIn ed to the professional people In theschool I
vicinity Regimental Headquarters : Co. B, Bill by the Board to replace the old The Starke group which Included -
for of the ,
not with :
specifications The
comply discussion skill In solving systeitu parents
group I floor III the tIllS auditorium witha members of the Senior. chums of
heretofore I attend and I II of the Cav. Regt. (Inf.).
stated that such a cattle-guards adopted problems); (8) Teaching Is done children are Invited to concrete floor. BHS, left the high school In a
.1 I not heretofore been by the Board. The clerk was Instructed that learnings result In under- I observe what Is being done. I First Cavalry Division. APO 20. care I'M. San Francisco,
II Calif. On motion of J. E. Brown motorcade at 2 p. m. and upon
Mr. Johns and
to furnish
him but that If It I
ex- seconded by If. A. Lawson, the arrival In Green Cove, were escorted
i'Uld be glad!: to see Mr. Moody with a copy of the approved Meet Legion Motorcade board to the .
Dr. T. A. Mosley Legion To agreed to employ some reputable pier area by Captain
relieved. as promptlybner specifications.In BHS Girl Cagers .
Planned Sunday and qualified person or persons ChS'incy Moore, USN Commander -
a suggested move to cut expenses Addresses Groups Tuesday Night Invited To to tear down the VanderblU Florida Group.
Ira Wilson and a motion :was made to abolish I To Area ConferenceA. PlayIn school building' and salvage allbulltllnjf During the commissioning of the
irvlsor N. T. Greened the position of County During Visit I Post 58 American Legion will
Special TourneyThe material for removal to first ship, Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell
to join Mn Hager Fhvnlcan. The motion was lost bya Arthur Mosley, ministerof I bold its regular! meeting next J. Thomas Jr., Commanderof the site of the Hellbronn Elementary -I pastor of the Starke Methodist
T. 8 o'clock In the
fixation,/ of the matter vote of three to two. the St. Paul's Methodist Tuesday night at the Stark American Legion BUS girl. basketball team. School to b,, used In the con- I Church and a rhspliln In the

Its to correct It, ifst. The Road Supervisor was Instructed Eua GallIe. will be guest: Legion home.Program Post announced that a sizable now riding the crest of the wave" struction of additional classroom Naval Reserve. pronounced the

,. to have a sign placed at Church for the Sunday morning Chairman A, L. Crosby I number of the local Legionnaireswill I after winning 7 out of 10 games space there.! I! invocation He also presented a

1 discussion It was al- Conner Bridge to: warn the publicof speaker worship service of the First Meth- Jr. has secured for a showingat meet at the courthouse Sunday I thin season will participate in an On motion of J. E. Brown seconded Bible to the ship on behalf of the

out that conditions Its unsafe condition. odist Church of Starke on Sunday., this meeting two films entitled morning at 7:00: o'clock andthen Invitational tournament to be held by I.. T. Johns the Board American Bible Society

fcht) on a former comi- E. R. Carswell of Apopkn, representing February 11. Dr. and Mr.. Mosleyare "It'. Your America" and "Mem! proceed In a Motorcade to In St. Augustine February 13: 16. agreed, to employ some reputableand Rev. Bert Newcomb. rector of

(polluted oe muddy "Florida Highways". visiting this week In the home phis Belle". Ocala to attend the Legion's I The Kettcrllnus High School will qualified person or persons to St. Mark'* episcopal Church nn
n 1f! from the plant official publication of the State of the Rev. and Mrs. Thomas O A short buttress session will Northern Area Conference which !I be host on this occasslon.: remove a portion of the brick wall Father Newhouse pastor" of St.

corrected so that the Road Department, requested that Mitchell. Mrs. Mitchell Is the I precede the film program at which will get underway at 10.00 a. m. I Other teams Invited to play In of the UHS' auditorium so that FMwsrd'g Catholic Church also

clear and free from the Board authorize a two or three youngest daughter of the MaRie. : time the Post will hear a reporton The local post will play a prom- this tournament are St. Paul'sJacksonville fill dirt can be moved In for the took part In the ceremonies.

' "I I Impurities page article\ In the magazine show- : born In England !: the proceedings/ of the North 'inent part in the Conference, ( ), Hastings, Palatka new concrete floor
jthe amount of $33.15: Dr. Mosley was Florida Area Conference which is. Guard having been chosen : I
Ing suitable pictures of scenes In to Canada" In IDOd I I It's Color and Hi. Augustine: P.AH.Stsrke'i the Herb Thomas Directs
and came I Tile Board authorized execution -
cuslalned by a truckJ I vote to be held In Ocala Sunday. I to Advance the Colors when the
the county By a unanimous In the will be with
to be Assistant game of a Quitclaim Deed< to the Prison AthleticsHerb
L. when It and Commander
Wynn I VetE'rlltY
the Insertion All Legionnaires and meeting opens
I the Board authorized Methodist Church. Port I Palitku: on Friday night Feb. 16, State Hond Department for the
a county-owned and Trinity to attend thl Thomas having been appointed I
of a two-page article. Canadn Dr. Mostey are cordially Invited I i at 7 u'doik.
the wrllknown
Rd I grader was denied Arthur, Ontario I! Conference Adjutant by Area necessary right-of-way for Thomas sports
J to the effect that the I The clerk was Instructed to went overseas In 1915 a, Chap I meeting. I II I Commander Madison S. Koontz of An all-star girls' team. will be proposed. widening of Temple Ave figure and retired, big league'

' 1i! .. truck was at fRuit I ascertain the day on which the lain with the Canadian Forc"s. Ocala. selected on the bunts of play i In nue
Board was not liable I contractors plan to turn over the Upon his return from France hewas I Funeral Sunday The morning session will con- I this tournament and l trophies will Member J. S Norman was absent position of director nf athletics at
to the Board and Director of Sod- the State Prison Stuike. Mr.
Jail near
new county appointed at
ges. I For Mrs. GriffisMrs. 'aid mainly of reports from the and second from the meeting' bncaiMa ol
: he awarded to the first
of to arrange for an Informal Inspection Welfare l for the Canadian Armi'with Community I I Thomas and his filmily have moved -
Commission on
i a having!
survey ; I of the building by the public headquarters In London. A I 1 1I Department team.Request. ) Illness. Into quarters at the State Farm
(of land line between I \M"ry Griffis. 61, died suddenly -I Service. Security Americanism
I It accepted. I I the 'war. Dr. Mosley
latter Is of
"k of R. R. Crosby casualty Friday afternoon near het Veterans Affairs and i
I' oHby on State Road I A committee of the Board. Including I! spent many weeks In a hospital I home at Lawtey following a heart I Rehabilitation. Among the officials I

i'l'I Supervisor was In- the clerk. was requested I II '' He was honored by a citation and attack. She was the widow of I IWalter appearing on the program Bradford; -D Delegation Asks Seven Secondary Roads I
I of England:
Commissioners -
attend the County from the King State
move fences from to :I Griffin, who was killed In I' will be Donald K. Carroll.
rtRht-of-woy hereto- Convention to be held In Miami ]I was. later elected a. Canadian In an automobile-train collision\ at Commander. Williams Gates, i I 1 <

f t( the county, nnd to on March 1 and 2. I II I representative to n Fellowship SocletjrDr. ,i Lawtey lost November Mrs. Grlffls I Chairman Fla. Dept. of Veterans for approval of seven --- -- --- ------- ---

Royal Geographical was on her way to a store In Affairs, Melvin T DIxon, State secondary road projects In Flor
ThursdayFor Mosley came to the United, Lawtey when stricken and died as I Service officer and others.A ida's 1051 road budget have been
Ball Rites Inchurches.
I States In 1627. After serving rhe was crossing the railroad I highlight of the Joint Legion/ filed with the State Highway Department -

red Mrs. RoweMrs. -In Connecticut ,he was; tracks.A I and Auxiliary Luncheon to be held by Bradford County.

appointed In 1933 as the District native of Florida. Mrs. Griffis at the. Conference will be an address The proposed 1931! projects were

I SuccessJohns Catherine Rowe. 73. dIedat Superintendent of the Methodist wss born August 8. 1889. Her by Senator Walhce E.SturKI. submitted by a Bradford delegation .

: her home at Highland on Wed- Churches in Southern New England this-I: parents were the late William and I IRoxl. .. of Ocala. President Electof at on. of a series of preliminary

chairman. an- nesday. January 31. She was a After the expiration of Reid Starling. She was a I the Florida State Senate. hearings held recently. In Tal

[ lerday that 32165: native and lifelong resident of I I term. Dr. Mosley was Greenwich appointedas member of the Baptist Church. lahassee. These hearings/ precede

'n the Birthday Ball I Clay County. president of East Junior College -I Surviving are three sons. Mack I Wyman Still Likes final adoption of the new road
"'*siy night. Jan. 30. Surviving are two daughters. Academv. a Methodist and Curtis Grlffls of Lawtey and I budgets. They were Instituted by

were turned over to Mn.. Viola Prescott and Mrs 1 In Rhode Island. : Truby Grlffls of Jacksonville; two i Bradford SyrupIt the road board to determine the

elousos. chairman of Mira Alma Grlffls. both of HIgh- The Mosleys have been comingto brothers. Dave Starling of High needs of each Florida county at
pantile Paralysis Fundpa land; three sons. Percy Rowe of Florida for winter vacations land end Joe Starling of Middle- has b..ermore than 15 year local level.
E. D. Rowe of Auburn- Dr. Mosley transfere-l H'nro' Lenthall Wyman lived in old In Florida,
I Lawtey. since 19.13. burg; and one sister Mrs. Lillie Only two years
of Lake of the Starke but he still hasn't forgotten
dale. and Clinton Rowe Florida Conference wax
$ enjoyed throughout to the Knight of Highland. I the secondary road program
1 to music furnished by Alfred; a sister Mrs. Frances Methodist Church four years ago: Funeral services were held In I the taste of Bradford County made possible with the return of

JF" and his orchestra. Norman and a brother, Gilford I and for the past three years he the Mlddleburg Methodist Church I syrup. srhoo1of the seventh cent of state gasolinetax I
I'low Norman. both of Highland. Now an Instructor In the counties the 1949 legislature. -
was presented In- i served a. Minister of the St Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock with to by
at of
Funeral services were held at the University
rbers by Garnlta Hutto In Eau Rev. Edward C. Harvey officiating Forestry .
3 Thursday, Feb. 1, at the I Paul's Methodist Church North Carolina. Mr Wyman still to (hrstate's
[Hall. June Patel Betty p. m. Interment was In the church I Suggested Improvements I
id Phil Vitsky. Mrs graveside!: In Long Branch Ceme- Gallic. cemetery with D Wltt C. Jones 1 maintain a lively Interest. In primary road system within I
tary. Mosley will preach Sunday fltarke. and his old friends here Individual county boundaries"
played the piano aeon Dr. Funeral Home In charge of i I. <4 '
t. on the subject. "The Hizorda H.. still reads the Telegraph every were advanced by most delega '-
morning arrangements. week and a small classified ad tions. Those suggestions will be 1'fL.U.\TIOS: : tending a recent wcoiidary
Creen made beau- Red Cross Meeting Faith." He was the 55 \1)1051) ( )t'ITY'4
a of our
ated I, offering syrup for sale In a resent I studied In preparation of the new road hearing In TallutiaMiwv.. l III pictured above) Kr'Mu left to right
cake and donated Called For FridayTo guest speaker at the Rotary County Has Nine letter and check.
'Issue brought a road budget and possibly authorized
poned off. Additional and (seated) M. 4) Ifarrell.., chairman n..r.1 of County (Omuiiliuilimern
luncheon on Wednesday from him with a request that theTelegraph conform with II
also' realized from I Plan DriveJohn Club he spoke on Road Deaths In 50 I I It In the hands of where they andwhere Stale $,", -nat... Charley I'l: Jolin; L. I.. Ueiifrix-. member Board of
evening statewide highway planning
{off a donated lamp Wednesday County (.ner*. "Slan.lliijci Carl ....h"... rltjr clerk of "Starke;
maker.At .
A. Torode chairman of the In England an1anada" Nine were killed In the syrup available funds permit the
T served u auctioneer.ns "Methodism persons Mr. Phil \IUkyi A. J. ThiMtiax rlerk nf the circuit court and II. V.
American he lived here. road board said.
Bradford County Chapter. at the midweek servicen traffic accidents In Bradford the time
expressed appr'ecla- Red Cross, announces that s Church. County during 1930: according to Wyman wss connected with the Proposed Bradford road project HIIICh'. ('mmty attorney.-Wfk-Ul Mtale Kaixl Department Photograph.

yone who helped make meeting will be held In the Metho- the First Methodist figures released this week by the U. 8. Forest service and he and follow:

fich a financial success dist Church educstlonal building Florida Safety Council. This Is sn >ils family have many friends here Completion of Road 225: ; construction line; construction of Rosier road. I

tonight (Friday) at 7:30 o'clock. Brooker Election Increase of four deatha over the who are always Interested In hearing of Bradford secondaryroad from State Rood 2. one mll I I /

wtey Store I Plans for the forthcoming fund total of five reported In 1949. from them. i iHere' from a point on State Road I north of Lawtey to New River I i

campaign will be made at this time Voters of the Town r>f Smoker I Seventy-nine accidents were reported hoping that they enjoy:I 100, two and one-half miles east of and Flowing Well bridge, construe. 1 :

r"y announces that he! and all board members and division will go to pollS'c Wednesday In 1950 one less than theM their Bradford County syrup and ,I the Bradford-Union county: line ti I tlon of road from Hampton running line- ,

is Red 4 White FoodWh'y chairmen are urged to attend. Feb. 14. to tlft a mayor. three reported In 19-19. Fifty-two that some day they might let that I Smoker and Intersection withRoad r[ south tn< Atachua county
: chosen 18 Brownlee road from I jln the direction, of Orange HelghU orjjjjrojeasjj.rbjjj
recently ,
was shoes bring
Conner In their
Saturday morn- Doyle rouncllman. a rI..rralld a town persons received Injuries In 1930 Florida sand
Free I head the 1951! fund drive. In visit, I Starke to Bradford-Union county or Earlton Beach: construction 01 ;
souvenirs will ben to a. compared with 33 la 1950. them back for a
> opening day. Bradford County I I

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-- -- On this occasion Mrs. L. F. Chap ning for the University of Flori''I.1 somewhat Improved at this time.!hospital In Jacksonville Funeral services were held In I and relatives all j U,

h man won high prize a bonbon da's mid-year commencement exercises. Misses Ann Moore and DorothyAnn The Lawtey City Council met at Bethel Baptist Church Wednesday and :Mr. Norm
Bradford County t Tel e g r a D I dish Mrs, C. M. Turney second At that time Mr. Yawn Robinson and Mr. and Mrs the City Hall last Monday evening : afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. C. useful gifts. '
high a handkerchief and Mrs H received his LLB degree. Tom Casey spent the weekend C Harris of Green Cove Springs Mr. and Mrs 'I. ,
at S:00 o'clock with all members
visited Mr. and Tampa and while there attendedthe officiating: Interment was in the of '
kitchen After having Umatilla
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. U MATTHEWS. OWNKR-COITOM: : J Kucera the bingo prize a present. Chairman Wall called epee ? o
noveltyIIuii Mrs. R. P McLendon since Monday Tampa Fair family plot In Kingsley Lake Cemetery their parents, MI' '
the meeting to order and the min
Mrs! R. H. Tyson returned tc Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish, of with DeWitt C Jones In ward Norman
utes of the January were
"arming, her home In Jacksonville Satur Jacksonville the weekend charge of; arrangements
Mr. Nand
$ c and Kntered Second I read and approved. The bills for and Mrn'
] Every Frl.layy \ M
| Published Mr. and
Last Tuesday evening day here with his parents Mr. and
sons and Mi
'a CUuto Matter at the Pont Office at Starke Flo. Mm W. A. Knight were honored Mrs. V. It Reddish.MU January were audited and ord..redpaid. M h.
: During the weekend Mr. and spent Friday wit
: The council employed O. L. II
at their home here with a house- Mrs. George Elston visited relative Estelle Bennett of Jacksonville RISING Edward Norman
/ &
Patton of Starke as City Attorneyfor
i bliss Barbara Forsyth of Lake attended the Fair in Tampa. parents Mr. and Mrs. Troy Ben report was approved. After die Mrs. Edward Norman ter spending two, 1

1' ..rw Subscript| on$2.bU) Annually VIJIO For Six Months Butler, wore and punch.hostesses Those and attend servedcookh Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R W nett. cussing several Items of business his grandparent! llr

Included a Mr. and Mrs. J. L.Douglas Urannen visited Mrs. M. E. Grind Freddie Dlnklns spent the week the Council adjourned to meet on Edward Norman celebrated his Mr. and Mrs. c' .
Mr. and Mrs. L. C Taylor In Orlando. Other activities of end in Jacksonville with relatives the regular meeting night !In fiftieth birthday anniversary Sun- daughter, Carolyn gb
!Mr. ,end Mrs 1... R Roberts. the Brannens during the weekend Mrs. Emma Hill and Miss Annette March. Attorney Patton was pres- day with a dinner at his home Mrs. Ed Norman t ''It.i[,,'" '
Mr. included stopovers with relatives Simpson spent the weekend ent at the meeting. here. A large number of friends Mrs. Elam Lewis Sunk
-.A Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hodges :.\
in several other central Florid i with relatives in Tampa. ----. .., ..g.aL11 .
and Mrs. John Crews, Mrs C. A ..
pra'1eor cities and attendance at the Fair Misses Ada Edward and, Ann
Galney, Mrs. Drew Beasley, Mr T. T. Lee
In Tampa. Carter were visitors to Jacksonville -
Vera Alston, Mrs.V S. Brannen
Sofdierj Mrs. Mary McClellan, Mrs Sonny Engram la recuperating. last Sunday afternoon. Thomas Tillman Lee 42, died, where I sit.. fy Joe Ma .
our Clarence Roberts, Mrs Rodney nicely at his home following a re The community singing at the suddenly In Miami last Sunday aC-i
ent appendectomy In Jacksonville Methodist church after He born June T,
Roberts, Mrs. Bernice R Brldwell on Sunday ternoon. was .
Mrs A. L. Parker, Mrs. Mina Sunday Mr. and Mrs, Charles M noon Is being enjoyed by those whc 1908, the son of the late Generaland JiFrom: t
Dukes, and Mr and Mis. Clyde Snyder and Mrs. Kent Schaeffer of attend and any others who are Interested Cynthia Bohannon Lee. He V'I5 '
This ''
Crews, all of Lake Butler; Mrs. Jacksonville were visitors of Son are Invited to come. The has been a resident of Miami for : Blue Wins "Hunt' ;

BY \JOK l r.KV.KVL: : RoY If.liliif r.11urri : Dave Thornton, Mrs. Mack Sweat ny and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. time Is from 3:00 to 4:00 p m I the past six months. : '

Mrs Enoch Stafford Mrs. Ivy W O. Engram. 1 A. D. Crosby of Starke was dinner Surviving are two brothers, Rev -.r' 1Ui! ,
(:i. of Clni: | bias. I n'lvil: Slilei, Army Anderson and Mrs. R. W Brannen. Mr and Mrs. M. C. Roberts were guest of Mr. and Mr. L. H I Richard 1... Lee of Starke and Hur will take
.,r The surprise element added Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. G Flitch last Sunday and in the afternoon .119Y Lee of Tampa; two sisters. Cappy Miller's coon dogs-except dogs ever in hueFrom
much fun and miscellaneous house W. Hunter In Gainesville. they all visited Mrs Crosby Mrs. Leslie Stlcox and Mrs. Della for one of them,Old Blue-are where I .sit thai!

hold gifts made lovely memen- Dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs who Is a patient In St Vincent Silcox, both of Starke. about the finest hounds In the teach us not to look doe] '

llmlwhty Cod, the Creator and Preserver of all mankind, wo commend toes of the occasion. D. L. Nix at noon Sunday were Dr county. Blues too friendly and man, when they act i dd '
a //I to Thy special core and keeping those serving In our Army. and Mrs. J. C. Odell and their, may-going to care much about than we think they should;!
Though they be in the midst of dangers, do Thou lend Thy guardian Mr. and Mrs. Hel'bertV, Thomas children Clay and Slmms, and Dr. Every Branch of hunting.lie doesn't act the way we stance, maybe /you think,i..
for their protection. Walk beside them. they go through the and their little daughter "
angel B. 6. Carroll, all of Jacksonville think a good dog should, so we figured best with food. 0 K.-hr
valley of the shadow of death. Kathleen, formerly of Starke, 1ft'a
much. the .
amount to sire :
he'd never up wrong man
Mr. and Mrs Bill Rivers an.1 INSURANCE
moved February let Into the house e."
Knowing that all Rood things/ come from Thee, grant them courage and last occupied by Mr. and Mrs A their daughters. Judy and Cheryl But a fellow comes around Sat- bottle of beer at mealing
loyalty, through a firm faith in freedom's cause, in the present of Lawtey spent Sunday with Mr looking for a good dog to Like Blue, I guess we'n, ,
conflict. When sacrifice are called for, let them be made in the C. Llbhart Mr. Thomas is director -- urday .>}
knowledge that Thou art the rewarder of Thy servants Enable them of Athletics. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers.LAWTEY. photograph> for some advertising.And ferent" In one way or abut <
ht to live valiantly and serve nobly In the full realization that no man Mr end Mrs M. F. Coker Sr. the dog he picks Is Blue! Says that doesn't mean f
liveth unto himself Grant them clear minds, strong bodies, resolute of Jacksonville Mrs. J. H. Verner H. C. WALL\ AGENCYPLEASE 4 Blue's hArpy friendly face Is Just have our good points too'I'! '
wills, and hearts free from hatred and bitterness, renewing them .
pure of Monroe, Ga., and Mrs. II. K: \ the one to attract: people's atten-
each and every day with strength, like strong men of old,
who against enthroned wrong stood with confidence and courage. Browman of Buford, Ga. spent PHONE 146 tlon. So Cappy gets more money c9'eJr
Thursday and Friday with Mr. and L. II. Futch for that picture than his other
Awaken In them a lively faith that will keep them does to Th... Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Constant Service Over 50 Years -
Enable them to rest their cause upon Thy Word that though the foe Having come from their homeIn a r I
l>e strong, yet knowing the cause as they battle for the for tour of Florida Hilda Crews celebrated her 1 Copyright,1951, Untied Stoles Breim ojfflpEflUfl5
right, they can never fail. Fill their hearts with the assurance Michigan a eleventh birthday Wednesday, Jan
that with Thee nothing is impossible and that all things work togetherfor Mr. and Mrs James Hunting were I uary 31, with a party at the homeof
good to them that love Thee, guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Ku- her parents, Mr. and Mr. C. R

i If It be Thy will that Injuries be sustained let them experIence cera Tuesday and Wednesday. ,Crews. About eighteen of Hilda's
the touch of Thy healing hand and do Thou bleu the means Mrs. R. P. McLendon and oni.I, friends enjoyed this occasion with
and the ministries employed for the restoration of their health.In .I Sonny and Tommy, visited Mr and her. After some time spent In
I Mrs. C. R. McDonell In Tampa during playing games refreshments of LOVE T'
these difficult tunes, when the forces of evil are running the past week and Attendedthe coca cola, cookies and birthdayrake
I rampant and many hopes seem about to be crushed, fill their Fair and the Gaspurilla festivities were served. Mrs. L.V.
I I hearts with an abiding sense of Thy reality and the certainty of .
.. Thy continual presence. Enable them to look to Thee when loneliness Page assisted Mrs. Crews In caringfor : ,
and longing overtake them; fulfill their yearnings by granting Mrs. \V. N. North spent the past the guests. Hilda received .
I them Thine own companionship and fellowship. Enable them to weekend In Tallahassee with Mr. some nice gifts everyone had aKonrl
I realize the full meaning of Thy promise, "Lo I am with you always. and Mrs H d David Jr. She time, and her friends are STARKE FLORIDA Prices Good Throllih! Sat. Feb. 10th Mil
I made the trip with Mr and Mrs ,looking forward to another party ,
I Thou who are the Protector and Helper as well as the Giver of next .. fldttJioo
Milo Selgler and their son, Mike January -
victory, grant unto them every good gift of body and soul and unit '; ).
i us with them In faith and love unceasing. Amen. ... of Lake Butler who were In Talli Recent visitors In the home of
I I II't hnHHee for Mr. Sclgler's graduation Mrs. T J. Terry were Mrs. Ollie
I i from Florida State University Sat Howell, Mrs. Bertha Saunders and MORE LOVETT ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL?
Reprinted< from GOOD Hoasiiuzrnui MACAZINI urday afternoon when he receivedhis Mr. and Mrs. Charles Witt of Fort ,

Master of Arts degree. Mrs White; Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hagen -
i' 1 Spring to the II. M. Rlcharde home Nelle Beavers of Tallaasoe Ala., and daughter, Mary Florence -- i
FARM Thursday afternoon of last week who had been visiting Mr. and Mrs of Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. .
STATE when Mrs Rlcharde entertained Davis, returned home with Mrs Strickland of Gainesville, and Rev. ARMOURS 3 LBe CAN
North and will visit her and Mr. >
I Ity Mrs Bryan Whltflrld i I the State Farm Bridge Club. Before C. E. Cutshaw who Is conductinga
the games a dessert course North for an Indefinite time. revival meeting at Baldwin.
" I was served In addition to club Mr. and Mrs. Alex Yawn These visitors were here because
Bridge Club Maaungl members Mrs Sidney Walker of andMisses Peggy and .Jr"l of the serious Illness of Mrs. Terry .
'r. Bowls of narcissi, dafodll and Waycross Ga, visitor of !\fr, and Taldwell were among those however her friends will be MILK Snowdrift

i violets lent a chnrrrlng note of Mrs P. D Fancher was present were In Gainesville Saturday glad, to know that her condition
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I I I taking the Church census r Lull t, "f", h.'r in.laughter: am.uiit Aft ,.I. I k .f ..1.1 I II' In. C Ironic <......,. ..... r>
! Rev Iln. n. t'. 'e L I 1' nr, 'I. kI' 1. '... In f I .
MPTON and Mrs Charles Sharronof t rt lilm h. florlitm In <
few kani-rrr
SUNNYBROOK a days '. ,,, .
PINE I "d I I.wdiwu. FI.uk ...
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LEVELIty I 11. nfri nLrrt ,
. : in' i'I i i I.in"t' |1.1hn I' l; il"hi I I II'"I r' I ii
Jacksonville were guests of Mr n" I I"If H 2 II.: :N : 1,0: ndn't_ t,' 1'n.. ,,.. "2 I'' ,, i I.uld.. i I''C'uda " I Ira. M. C. SweeneyII MissVanOit Crosby :Mr. II M. McRaeIe and Mrs J S. Austin Sunday Rev Miss Lore'ne turned home (ruin jln i I flri-iilt Ibgrt.- -llrniUoril. tounO.I .Ir.ler of' t'nhlteslloN tad! Vnflre'I'. .. Irder Of. .hll..I..n And. Vallee.'I'o' I
tppenr MltlK or 1.1/11111' 'l* ti .
Vermont' where" she went to spend >rnr NT* 1' OK a 1.onlut I TorNlenn.r
Sharron of Gadara
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pastor Hap' L.rl.lui In < .
h..nerr7. .
: III. 1 11,1\' \\ In "11 Nitantt and
I list Church (he ChrlaLmita" holidays, decldad or" HniiiiK, A. ahun.ellis. 1'iiiiiitirr.. vn. '..10...r.N II IF ,'ai',. of Mi,.. firnnrtlv ,llnulil. whiiHi. .IInddn ,.
1 MI,-II" Man.-III..., l)..f umlautCUD .. "' In I 1:170: \1. '"' '" i \ I
hnd He In:(7 ** ItI IN'"- ,
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Mrs. O. E. Crosby entertainedthe good attendance at SunN Mrs Ida M Gentry local Post- stay and Io to school then changed N.> N.4flril a .aal I 27. Niw York'Yon I'l ".. New: York
II, 't. n Training Union folks last dn School iiml Church last Sun- her mind and came back hometo .*r tif .hll..n. Indo11ee 1'e You are rrqulrd', t 11" .n, t
,1 young Saturday master la having additional lock .' it n' r.'I"I.> d l tn n > on ,,, ,.
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director. C. \MI rnr 1't 1'1.1r1'] .1.0111Ut l'"i F.Mu.n s. t I'rl In u i in ?
mid by Ha night with a Pound Party Mrs.Crosby day with Baptism al the evening boxes installed In the post office Florida and la going to school Sit,Ila. MiiMHollIti; ; Hu>..; imldiiii; I..r'h,. a... I IaGI f. l in t tit" HI'< yc n.n..1 l 'mi'.il f.mil i ii ml I -1.iIlllllllllff ," .
home. on WcdnesInst service.Mrs. Baldwin and nddiiim, IH Cu111'narnn u. alt- ant 1..1 niiv. w h"ro.l" plu I"tlr I ,, -. .U\ ,li\ I I" It !II
t served hot chocolate: with I here because of the growth again. s.'k., liv ,, ,' l 1I.lfo..1, '
rapid < fount ,
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, wsekMi linn.i q *m.o. t'.nnla"l T li H' ilk. .1 h II i I' l l I nIyd. i
a the various John Schultz Says she does not like Brattle .. 1'.I'It'"I' 'hall 1 (Mtt'Il-ll, thin DM)* Ixt ..
pounds of food thai I of flttaburg.Pa around here. The former numberof I, \ou III'u'I',1\ 1o nppa.ii n ,,, 'In m TI f" J C1 Wynn and was arrived for bimi Vermont so well" anl'oulo1 March r. IBM,, in the abut num.I. ml 'u ban .t.kh Iscu.Nn'y ,, .. I \\0., IIV, Illllll' ,uI<)I. t I, .'tt\
I brought. Monday morning boxes could not meet the demand Court and iNitiHthclfttn' pliilntlffnoi .. \\ Itn" N bend) and "ffl 'Inl ''nl inr t '
I illnull '. "'In. 11.1" 1 I. <, i'II"Rru I
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nil ;d I last week to Jack- The Sunnj'brook Home Demonstration ; a two weeks visit with Mr and' of the public 'not stay In Now York City for the kii. dlMinii 1 llrndruHl' < .in/"1 siitki II t lit t. HUM J"nu.r !n1U1 I. ,, 'I I..1. SF 'I.' A I Tl, ii'?i

444 Club met with Mrs. J. 11 Mrs H. M. :McRae and would like I who: rlt>.. Maybe!: Florida Isn't so ;Ivlritrnph In nt'Kt four: shall weekly mililliih Invuev.VttnHM ttiU. uttlii, "WI"I1 I ,, '-I I\IA: A J. Tli.mm' 'A. I'll.ik C ...d,1 ,,, et', ,
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Olen L. BedenIgt Kelly last Wednesday afternoon. for all of her friends to visit her bad for a I Kentuckian after all. \ : my hand' and I nffli lat Hint A. Clerk' *'f H UI, IMIITlV } I Flu
1\1 : T Flunk iimlrilm Html '
a :; : IL l\ I M 1 "I"Hl\ I I't. Poly'| .to..k! '
nil), of Dcland, have Miss Dorothy Ross gave a very Interesting while here I' Our boys In service "spendingthe at 1951 Hturke.' Florida, tills Jnaaar Jl T. Flunk, 1..1".. inn. iitrk*'. F'lu AIIMI, fur: I'lf, 1 "e1( 'IU

fct eckend visitors here. talk on what the plans of Rev and Mrs. Hall were! visiting LONG BRANCH weekend" at home were L. C i, (OKKK-IAT.' "1 .\f.. A. J. TlionmhA to. ..-- ,. ." ,.... '1 I
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Johns, Leon Carter and Willie Clerk of said l. milliy "
the club will be for this and their son-in-law and ,
Miller and year daughter Mr. '
Mrs. Lester JIUVIMI Crosby, l>"piiiv rirrk'
t* I who have had their helped the ladies make metal and Mrs J. E. Mm'rhee at Hllllard liy Mm.' J. L. Strickland PiidKctt all of Clay 11 ill. Hulan'l T. Frank nndruni I StrtrkK. Kin I
Ik lit, Herndon of Highland The three ,AttyH. for nr ill 41 3:' j
|m( located in Bradford planters. Tuesday __ PURE TIRES NOW AVAILABLEAT f
di L- several weeks moved )Mrs. Kelly served cookies and Those visiting the H. M. McRae's Mrs. Susan Grlffls, suffered a from Clay Hill are stationed In I. In Circuit *oiitt llmiiroril l bunts.
Ft. Hpnnlng Georgia, Hulund la In r li H In 4 hnneerLloyd /
ly. to a cite near New- hot chocolate. Friday and Saturday' were 1 fatal heart attact Friday after i i..III. Minim I I'lulnllff, VH .Mniirari't '-
,ere the Millers are eng Those present with Mrs. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. F. L| Connors and noon Feb. 2nd 1051 while walkIng the Navy WA did not learn wherehe \\'. IttiaUn l.fendau I'ttno'INn. R2I,..

meeting at the Corinth were Miss noun, Mrs. Floyd Crosby Mr. and Mrs Gene Pntchcr all of on the railroad at Highland.] Ig stationed. ....... of ''..hllr..I..n tmt \..fl,r "Iff
She had] attended funeral of Little Floyd Johns has %|iM>nr ..I'C lei ..a.' loll III Chi 'loi
the Wayne
Mrs. W. :
J. JIcRae .
Mrs. Hui- Jacksonville
mrch. and Mr and Mrs. T. h..aunt '1\' lliiihn. "IIOMH r..Nlilim.. tIn '
p Augustine last st'll.Thomas. Mrs Marie McKae N Norman and son Gerald of Mrs. Roe at Long Branch Mrs. been very 111 with Infected" mouth nknouii. II, and \\ li.'. P. II Addr PURE SERVICE STORE
to St Roe was also from Highland Mrs end throat. ,.. .In I' <> llnx '>-"'. \\OKt rolnl'
Mrs. Hula Kelly Mrs. L. A. Crosby Hcllbronn .
Mr and Mrs. T. H.8h ( Springs .I'h. anant N.-w J.rs.y
Ide,4 ere Griffin home from Due to cold \veaUiere registered .
was returning
and Mrs B. M. McRae. / \oil are r.yc/rd| / In uppeill on
G. P.Vads L. C. Clemmets of Waldo
and Mrs. was a March 5, 19M. In the nho\o namedCourt
td this funeral when she fell dead 20 here on the front porch.
Mr and Mrs H. B. Kelly and I I I recent visitor here and was a dinner and nun.. uhoreln plaintiffmMkn i
rtb while walking a short distance our little people could not attend dlvorie unit I iteneial, noiiltHhlnrMtlf IN W1IITK: WALLS !
children of Miami and
State Fair In Flody Crosby guest of Lavon Crlsby llraufoid f'on sty T.l< !. nit the from the car to her" home. She Sunday School last Sunday. Someof ;
Saturday were Mr. and of Florida City spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs B. M. MiRae and was the wife of the late Walter the Juniors and Adults also <*i>Klv Publish incites thin oulor In next fmiiw 670 xIS. 710 x 13: 600 x 16, 070 X Ifi, 760 X 16
*: irt C Gray. night and Sunday here with! their family were dinner" guests of Mr. Griffis who was killed on the railroad failed to get here I BU1'I'oBeWe/ Wltn".. my hand, and ofrli-lnl Neal. )
families.Mr. 'Ida, thin February I.
lit Ktaike"
r ladle Gav and W. M. and Mrs. L. A, Crosby at Sunny- at Highland a short time ago can say the weather was to

st I Jacksonville were visiti and Mrs. Randolph Crosbyof brook Sunday. I Her funeral was held at Middle- blame for this too. (JiVfUMAL Ati9)rkA.' of Said h CourtHy nln., IN liLACK WALL

here Saturday.rtha Lake City were recent visitors Mr and Mrs. Robert Myrick and burg Sunday afternoon. IntermentIn Mr and Mrs. Terrell Hickey of )(oven Crosby, inputv Clerk
_a i here. Chas It. H 904-116 f linirunlv: Life COO 650:> 760 16. 700 15
Horne Is home from daughter. Kathy visited Bob's mother the old cemetary In Mlddleburg South Jacksonville spent Satur l-ulldlnir.'' Ja'k! eon rills. Florida.Attyi x 16. x 16. x X
of Florida Galnesth Miss Wanda Crosby spent last Mrs. Sue Myrick at Lake day afternoon with Dad and Mom for 1'lf lit 41 J,,fIn : 820 x 15. 670 x 15, AND 710 x 15
y city week Inter- Thursday night with Milts Yvonne Geneva Tuesday LESLIE LANG Strickland. They also brought a
g the two Brookins In Hampton. Mr. and Mra Bally Lang of neighbor boy Jtmmle Anderson Circuit Court. llmiirard Coast
_ pe'rlod. On Sunday she lorlilnl In < fc..rcrr*
Mrs Hlalah Dukes of Lake Butler Jacksonville received
friends in These a message with them. Mary Htovull Anderson, Plaintiff vliernard .. TRUCK TIRES
tw uest of was visiting her sister Mrs. J. Tuesday. Jan 30th that their son to. Andereon, o.t..n

Frances Colley of R. Kelly one day last week. LAKE GENEVA had been killed In action in Korea In I IrrnK.!.Court( llradforrf CounlnKlnrlilni Of 1'iiUllKnllon "Ca nil..'Viill.e Nn. milOrilrr 'la 650: x 16 6 Ply 825 x 20 10 Ply .
( Ited the J. W. Horn faraday We are proud of our new roadIt sometime In Dec. Batley Lang lea Puxteirl.der h.nceryI4.ltV I'Ulntlff*, V.. I.Uil. Appear sr..IK or Hioinn* h IIfttinaid
Blanche wliimw rant And 700 x 20 8 Ply and 10 Ply
Is almost finished. By Cunningham brother to Fred and Richard Wig l'ostebrleder Defendant ID AnileiHun
Cane No S4tOxlrr denow nnd adilre.im Unknown
Lang and Gertie Faircloth of of I'Mhllriilloa And .NMI. .'. luApprnr Ton are required to appear on
tote Mrs A. J. Beezer" and son. Louisof Clay Hill. Bally spent all of his HTAI'H Of FI.OHIItt lulIjtulwiir Kftinmrv. .8. 1961, In the atinvnamed ..
chairman of ,
xjper.. the Pnslenrleder' whose rMil-! Court and eatin wherein
of Dimes in Hamptony Punxsutaroney Pa. and Mrs. H. boyhood days here" also. Lelsle lathe <1>-noi> itnil. nil.lrum I If! field \\'nl-r plaintiff leek dlvoro. and reelora-' USED TIRES IN ALL SIZES
GRAHAM Barrett Memorial hospital', Welfare. InlandNow lion of maiden name Hrndford
School wishes to of Pittsburg Pa. are youngest son, or youngest York County, Telenraph" phall thisOrder
who con- guests of Mrs. Beezer brother H child of the family. You arc* required to appeal' ftn l In next t"bll.h
the pupils !Mrs. Julia McKlnny March a 1951. In the above named t'h 'n.io':and r official: I
Hy niv
-j liberally to this cause. Lucas. .Mrs. Barrett Is a daughter Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lang an Court and entiii. *, whnreln plaintiffMiekN eal. Wltnenn. at Hlnrke, r''',rld.., this January PURE SERVICE STORE
of Mrs. Beezer. illvoroe lrtidforil t'nuntwTelegraph
Ibutlons were as follows: flounce the birth of a daughter 24 1K51OFP1CIAU .
l shall pultllnh this Order In
second grades 510. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Graves of, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory and their first child. Name la Sandra nest four weekly l'mi... ( HK\I.> A. J. Thomna. .,
I fourth grades $411. Daytona Beich were in town Mon-: Aunt of Pittsburg Pa. are guestsof Marie weighed 8 Ibs. 5 ozs., horned .t UllnrH Klurk: my hlorhlii hand:; this'end official January Kent 31, tty Myrtle T.At.Denver Clerk, or neputv paid, Court ClerkT Madison and Walnut Sta. Starke, Fla.BELOW.
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lid sixth grades $5.CO, day on business Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Forsytheand Jan. 28, 1951 Mother and I151OKPirtAfj I Frank. t.nnilrum Hturke, PlAtty I..
( PRA: (.) A J. Thoninn' *. fur rir. li;:o 41 2110
Ind eighth grades $2.SO. J. C. Watkins of Brunswick Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foray- daughter were doing fine but we .

Ktwo of our pupils were visited friends and relatives here I the.Billy did not get a report on the father

|ellgloua services last Sun- Monday. i Rodkey has received a med. This young couple live near Lutz
Mrs. Annie Godwin Gainesville" ical discharge from the U. S. FIrlda.Valter Is the son of

Jghth grade gave Mrs. visited her sinter Mrs. Alein Cull i Army and Is now at his home here. Richard and Grace Lang Joan All .- I I ICeiling
R ta. of Mrs. J. L. Strick .
It last Monday. Mrs Forsvthe, Mrs. A. Curl- a daughter;:
shower last week. was 1
t r food t things to eat. '' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meltonof I I son and Airs B. Cunningham were land. Grace Lang has gone to e 1' "

Gainesville were dinner guestsof business callers! In Statke. Monday These
Mr 'erkins believes that all '
Mrs. John McKinney: Sunday' .
lid should be happy at Mrs John McICinnyimted her Mr. and Mrs Boh Myrick and TRY 11" t AlWA'tSpOPS PRICES t / 1Nr O. T lw

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', FEB 9-19
51GE FRID ll {

I II 'J. H, McCormack Miss Muriel- Ritch Weds Leroy Norman, Jr. !I West-Gay Feb.WeddingSet 25 I i Junior Talk On Club Interior Hears I PTA WillFounders !flay Obst)

i I On 81 i Last Friday For
I Honored st In Baptist Church Ceremony
t Decorating The Stark i I'
1I Mr and Mrs. O. D. Gay of
IL 1 !Anniversary 'day, Feb 1.:,
i 1 Dunnellon announce the engage Mrs. S. T. Dell. Jr. of Gainesville school < ,ifi">:

;' I Mrs. Amy McCormack: entertali, t 1 I II ment of their daughter! Madg:! was the principal speaker at which If a >
Sunday Jan 28 with an informal t.
.. cd on dinner party at her horn* ( Foster, to William Murphy West the Jr. Woman's Club meeting Day, will firt, .
will of the loc i IIganlzallon. )
I -- I on Thrlma Street In Jacksonvill of Jacksonville: The wedding Monday evening In the club house .
OtflceF husband, J. H. Mi' be an event of Sunday February Chasteen Jr. program
In honor of her Mrs :J. R. The r'
p I'h..e 29U who celebrating hI 25th!) at 7'30 p. m. at the South- I "The Stark
Cormack, was theme
side Baptist Church In Jackson- chairman proud of its re
: ;QI 8110t birthday anniversary. '
H _- and Introduced Invitation
,. n n r 1t American Home" tocommunity
Artistic arrangements of season r villeNo Invitations are being: sent Mrs. Dell, who is a graduate of to Y
:; YWA MembersAre ''E geme t nl flowers were placed throughout when, rv but all friends of the couple are Duke University and studied In next Tuesday: lt,
the home and on the'poruh progress made gPlsmconcerning
Invited to attend.
Honor I I Mrs Jean Hayden kept the guest the New York School of Decoration the a

At WMU I book. Mrs. Marguerite Harper Mrs Dell gave an Interestingtalk school child M4
I presided at the punch bowl t teen, Jr.. served refreshments. on Interior decorating with All past offtr

Members of the W. M. Rev. Fred Green served as master r In decorating -, requested to attCARI <
Circle met of what not to do
1 Dora Alderman tips
Church at The sf
First Baptist I of ceremonies nn Impromptu ;
"x Monday night to the "broadcasting station" progl'am'hpld with Mrs. L. O. Powell and Miss the home. She had with her > OK t lj'

girls, counselor and outdoors. The numbers In Etta Tison with 12 members present samples and swashes of materialsto We wish to e Tll\\\\

banquet, highlighting eluded readings by Mrs W K, Du- demonstrate her talk. and appreciation "
Week. Mrs. Susie Horn, Gayle Mrs. George' B. Flynn circle
Focus Doe The chairman of the hostess thoughtfully andand
table Stewart, and George' Howell.' Vocal leader, presided over the meeting ,
The T-shaped Carlisle ndmlnlBterduring
Mrs F B. Beard chairman committee, Mrs. AI K.
numbers were by Mrs. Marjorie program
fully laid with white sung her lOll
used as her topic "Impor assisted by several members of
the speakers table Skeen and her niece accom all kindnesses
large bowl of white glads JM'1 i panied by Mrs. Bland The Jun tance of the Youth of Today." the club, served refreshments following I sympathy to u

and running down the lor Mote String Band played nev Community mission for this the business meeting and ment. The fain
white eral numbers. $ month Is visiting the sick and
the table were Pierce.
fern. The dinner was served, buff, shut-ins. program.

Miss Helen Hiilnci!, itvle front a long table placed or fIIIb.... fIIIfW_
president, acted as ml ( the lawn. Centering the table wni --

ru+ the guests ceremonies welcome by Miss for find the Halnes, ( a pink cake beautifully carnations with low decorated on arrangements each side.birthday Th'of x: &i&iAnd

Sparks, W. M. U. pre r Invocation was given by Rev W Le ti. v k e s Test t jWPA] 1

1 Halnes quartette the response, Patsy, Allen, after Benton.which I I M.friends More Luwhon.enjoyed than 175 this relatives occasion with and I ), ; ;, \ &

f Tenly; sang "Love Is Thy Mr. and Mrs. Hollls V. Knight the honor guest. Among those ,
ii Miss Halnes led the the engagement and ap from out of town were Mrs W

.+ 'repeating the y, W. A. marriage of their R. DuBose and son Billy, and Lee Miss Muriel Retch, daughter of 'purple orchid from which fell a See If You Don't Agrtt,
r and singing the Y W. A. Merry Beth, to William Green of Gainesville, Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Retch of cascade of satin streamers Inter- --
Zion Haste" which was Colson son of Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Lawhon R. H. Green and Starke, became the bride of Lc- spersed with fragments of whilelillybuds. ;; That Storeiclde Low PrlttitUundredt \
with prayer by Rev L. D. Colson. Plans for the family of Brooker, Mrs. Bessie roy Norman, Jr., son of Mr. and r .

As the food was being will be announced later. Swanson and son, Jimmie of Pier. Mrs. Leroy Norman, Sr., of Hell- ,i. The maid of honor, Miss Shirley Custome&Corner ot item Evttji,
clever comedy alit was son, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bunger of bronn Springs In a beautiful Dennison of Hampton, worea t. .
rv Alleae and Jerry ay lor-Meader Savannah. Co., and Dr. McCall of candlelight ceremony Friday evening navy blue suit with white and heaJol"qlUlliy Save You Store Than ltd/
{ "Gu lo." I Gainesville. Feb. 2, at 6 o'clock In the black accessories. Her corsage Did you ever controF
Before Ute dessert Of First Baptist Church: Starke. The was pink carnations.The ? I 1 I Few Week-End Sped li':

i Elizabeth Provence HereMrs. Methodist Men double ring ceremony was per ;i bridesmaid Miss Betty r.i :

People's executive formed by Rev. L. D. Halnes. i Milligan of Jacksonville, wore navy At AaP, this n\tfnt\ ( that we set All prices shown here not merely yet,
the group In singing Zella Meader of Beckley, To Meet MondayRev. The church
was beautifully '
which blue and pink accessories. Her high quality standard for the food prices, are guaranteed-Thursday,Fr'ely
action songs Va. became the bride of James decorated with tall baskets of
favored. While Ice Taylor, Jr. of Glen Morgan, McCoy Glbbs, minister of white gladioli and calla lilies. corsage was pink carnations we sell. and then we stick to those 8th thru Wednesday, Februarylt'SuperFight"
W. A. colors was being Va. last Saturday evening at the Hendrtcks Memorial Methodist White tapers In cathedral eanda- Mrs. Retch, mother of the bride, standard through thick and thin.
Jerry Lawson gave a o'clock In the First Methodist Church In Jacksonville, will be labra cast a soft glow over the wore a beige suit with white and

announcer over atatlon at Folkston Ga. The Rev. guest speaker. for the Starke setting.! Mrs L. A. Canova played wine accessories and a corsage of You uon't find us lowering our
The highlight of the E. atype officiated at the Methodist Men'a Fellowship supper a program of nuptial music pink camellias MEA
the address given by oni Monday evening February Marklee Norman brother of the Mrs. Norman, mother of the high quality standards became supplies -

vence on "Love'," the The bride Is a sister of Mrs II 12, at 6:30: p. m. Mr. Glbbn Is bridegroom, was best man. Ushers groom wore, a green suit with happen to be scarce, or because -

theme. She cloned with Boyer of Starke and visited well known throughout the stateas were Drew Reddish and Kenneth. black accessories! and a corsage of' ire want to put on a "bar.sain" .
sal prayer. Mrs. an Inspirational speaker and Norman. pink camellias.
quite frequently. Boyer lIf'rmaDIIIlckory Smoked ,
Those attending were: her only attendant at the popular song leader His many The bride, given In marriage by I Immediately after the ceremony tale. 1
Sparks, W. M. U. ; friends In this area will be gladof Pork Sausage Ib.Sliced .
her father, wore a beige suit with the bride and groom left for a ,
Clyde Priest, Young Best for) the bridegroom the opportunity of hearing this white and navy blue accessories.She brief wedding trip In South Florida That it why you can shop at..IW',

rector. Rev. L. D. } John man of Miami, splendid young minister. carried a Bible topped with a day in and day out, with complete
Elizabeth! Provence, J. R. Wainwright president of
The bride milt white confidence that if, for any reason,
Tenly, Y. W. A. wore a the Men's Fellowship, announced Sunnyfield Bacon lb.
Haines, Shirley Show, street length dress that the committee In charge of I Sally Ann EppersonHas Baptist Circles you are not satisfied with any pur ,
,wards, Jerry Bennett' In gold and sliver beads. the supper Monday night would chase, your money will be cheer
as, Sue Biggs, Peggy wore a matching hat and navy bo Ovid Lewis, Clifton Brown Birthday PartyMartha Met TuesdayCircles Azalrn

Monty Hutching, accessories.rosebuds. Her corsage was and Cecil Sewell. The Fellowship Smith's kindergartengroup of the Baptist WMS held fully refunded. Picnic Hams, lb. .

Joanne Silcox, Joan extends a moat cordial Invitationto was entertained.. at a delightful their regular monthly meetings We\'! will be grateful for any suggestions
Lawson and Patsy Mrs. Boyer wore a two-piece the Methodist men and friends
Those serving were: dress with matching hat and of the church to attend this monthly ) birthday party Wednesday Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. you may have that will Copeland Smoked
Lawson Jeanette acces orlea. Her corsage afternoon from 12 to 2 o'clock: The Ida Darby Circle met at the
44 fellowship meeting. help us our high quality
,g I Margaret' Newsome, of talisman rosebuds. celebrating little Sally Ann Rp- home of Mra. E. J. Dowling with Sausage, lb. e .
a and Jerry Lawson. Immediately' after the :'widdlng person's sixth birthday anniversary Mrs. Floyd Green as co-hostess. standards. Please write:
'. and Mrs Taylor left for MI- Hilah Driggers There were 19 members, one new
'Mr. and Mrs.' and Cuba for their honey. Weds Sgt. DukesIn Pink and white carried out the member and one visitor present. CUSTOMER:\ RELATIONS DEPT. Allgmxl SlicedBacon

The bride traveled In a navy color motif In the party cloth on Mrs. A. J. Thomas had chargeof AsP Food( ) Store lb. -
Of Methodist suit.The Lake Butler the table and the pink candles on yie program In the absence ol 420 Lexington Ave.,New York 17.N.Y.
bride studied at Beckley the cake. Favors of balloons, Mrs. L. D. Haines, program chair.
Has Miss Hllah Driggers
Supper and Martz Beauty! School. whistles and snappers were givento man. Mrs. W. 1. Andrews circle Sliced\
Sr. and
Mrs. A. I Driggers
11 "The Mr. and Mrs. 2e'E Mr. Taylor served four years late Mr. Driggers* of Lake Butler the young guests. Party games leader led the devotions; prayer A&I'Gra41eA Head Cheese lb. .
t' of the First Methodist the 82nd and 1.01st Airborne and Staff Sgt. Othella Dukes, ion were played and prizes were a- ,was by Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Sr. Peaches, Sliced, No. 1 Tall 19c ,

Starke enjoyed a overseas. He was with of Thomas J. Dukes of Lake Butler warded to the winners Topic for the afternoon ws Azalea'
day evening February 606th Parachute Regiment were united In marriage on Assisting Sally Anne mother, "Remember In the Daya of Thy A A I'Grade A

d the Methodist year. He Is now employed by Thursday Jan. 18, at the home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr, In carIng Youth." Those taking part on the Pears, No. 1 Tall 28cA Franks, lb. -
ing, with the C & 0 Railroad as clerk In Rev. L. A. Shepherd, :who performed for the little guests .were Mrs program were \Mrs R. A. Thomas! ANDA
committee in charge: transportation department at the ceremony.The Martha Smith and Sally Ann's and 101.... A. J. Thomas. The girls & I' Grade A
Struth Chairman \ where they will make bride chosq for her wedding grandmother Mrs. R. L. Richard. quartet from the Baptist. church Sauce No. 2 15cA A I' tirade ASaierkraut
home In sang the song "Is Your All On The Apple -
Calnes' Jr., und Mrs a two piece suit of dusty rose No. 2
I Altar," which was enjoyed and appreciated -
basket-weave wool. Her accessories Of
r ram.Mrs. Day Prayer A: I' Uraxle APineapple
John A. Torode, Home were black, and her shoulder by all present.
dent with her husband Of corsage was of white carnations ""'orld Day of Prayer" will b* Prayer was given by Mrs. H. L Crushed, Flats 14c
and Mrs. Fellowship", Party Mrs. Dukes graduated from Union observed at the Episcopal Churchon Brownlec. The business session Garden resn
the business meeting. Mrs. J. M. Vickers entertained County High School In the clam 1 Friday, Feb. 0, at 10 a. m. was presided over by the circle .\ & P Grade A

feature of the a lovely birthday party Friday of 1041, and has been employed at with Rev. T. G. Mitchell In charge: leader. Fruit Cocktail, No.. 1 Tall 25cGinger YegttaWfi t fruit*
t+t showing of sound of last week at her home the Farmers & Dealers Bank. members of all churches are urged The hostess, assisted by Mrs. W Fill
"Families First," Walnut street for her daugh- Sgt. Dukes graduated from Union to attend C. Dowling and Mrs. J. R. Chaa- \ -Ilread' :MtlxDromedary)

New obtained York through Youth the ) ', Janice, who was.celebrating University High In of 1937 Florida and attended In Gaines the I-- '!! 14 oz. 25c Rutabagas, Ib. .
fourth anniversary.Mrs. - --
tension Division of the ville. He was engaged In the .
Vickers used the Valentine -; &.'''\-.i'4i. Chef Itoy-Ar-I
ty of Florida. The In her decorations for the oc electrical and plumbing brstness In H, fi.. it"l: '\> ... y" New lint IllliisPotatoes .
i shown by Jack Trawick.J' A pretty, white-Iced blrth- Lake Butler until last September I r ; Spaghetti i Dinner 40cShortt'nlng

+I f Those attending the cake, with four red candles when he was re-called to army ser "' ;$EE111fE'NEWA; 1f 4 Ibs. forFancy .

I supper were: Mrs. John '' the refreshment table vice. At, present he l Is stationedat l.. L h.," .>:
Mr. and l Mrs Art Individual cakes, Iced In Camp Cooke. Calif. I .t ti and Mrs. George with red hearts were also Both the bride and the groom' c i: VVfestm&hoiusef ", : :
: Apples Small 2
W. W. Citlnes.' Jr. Mr. Favors of Valentines have friends and relatives inStarka. \ ,'f' Size, 3 Ibs.
Merrill Struth Mrs Dukes Is sister' of : v
Mrs. a .
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and were given to ( .
crayons ? >i\r'i 'i : 'B .. c
Ingram Mr and Mrs. fg White, 1
R. SrliM-ted
little guests and games were Mrs. J Kelly :" < > Dromedary Date, 7'!* oz. 23c Site
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. t3fe:\\c' "t }
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". during! the afternoon. /" ANGES Potatoes 10 3"
Mr. and Mrs. M. R Vickers In --==--=-=-====- :.--=- i<> "" ', 'i ,$ ;,t Ibs. -
'I' Woner Mr. Assisting Mrs. serv '>(j; ,' ,, ,* ; "" ""' :, Uncle Bens Rice 14 20c
Mrs. Oerald i the 22 little guests were Mrs.' \ N" .' : .:,,r:;, .:-.tJ"; 'j\"j\ ,., t' \\! ;I. k t' 'P. ,"'f oz. Idaho
and Making
Jack Trawlck Mr. Selected
-" jy .. SUe
Hunter and Mrs. M. 11. ", ,'f'i:1"}::: <
0 Walnwrlght Miss <'pherd. DI.C Palmolive, Reg. Bar 9c Potatoes, 10 Ibs. 4
who kept the nursery -- .
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small children and the STARKE .
Chapter BarCashmere Rim Yam
: Mrs. Thomas G. Regular

WednesdayThe Frl., Sat. Feb. 9, 10 e'I .. Bouquet, lOc Sweet Potatoes lb. .

Mrs. Avery not"OLIoTI'Ur.: "

To Canasta <'t at W.T.the home Week's of) chapter Miss Madge UDC Paris Bombshell "' -- Octagon Toilet Soap 7c

; I Mrs. Janie Avery, Wednesday afternoon IxBhoih:, Hefner and Randolph ;:_ I Talcc
sea to the Canasta E. L. Matthews and Mrs. E. Scott t Super $uds, Large Pkg. 31 c !

I her home Matthews serving as co-host;, -
evening at .INDOutlawed
street, carried out .... Vel, Large Pkg. -. 31c
white Valentine Color) The 'business matting was con-' Guns --

decoration by Mrs,W.In G.the Halle absence, second of With Buck Jones --- Life Buoy, Reg. Bar 9c< Scratch, 100 Ibs. 4 .
Sprays of) red Alto ('.rt....n and Serial
vases were placed at J. W. KIncald. prenldent. Mrs. Rinso Large Pkg. 31c 25 Ibs. H
In the living K. Perryman read during the 'W -
ing room where the program, excerpts from Sun. Mon. Tues. Feb. 11.13 't:>. .

of Canasta were "Life of Sidney Lanier", Abbott t: Cimtello tI'ou Lux Soap, Reg. Bar 9cAaaP'e Laying Mash, 100 Ibs. 4. .,
During the social hour refresh CA" a. '-
Avery further $..
11\ ". .. .
served by the host
color motif by using t\ 25 Ibs. 1,
and salad while course.crystal while THE NAUGHTYNINETIES / estln.ghou.sc

The guests Included, Young Adults Attend PRICE POLICY Dairy, 20"f,; 100 Ibs. 4

regular club members. &$7taw: $I"' Hdl
r MeetingThe Storewide low
> prices on hundreds of
Mrs. K. S. Matthews
Also. News.. anti Two Cartoon. Horse Daily 100 Ibs. *>
Porter. Hadley Reese Young Adults of the First : The biggest cooking news in decaJc: 259 95 I items every day instead of just a (ew"oneday" ,
ne Torode. Mrs Vernon of Starke at : or "week-end"
Church ipecials.
Mr and Mrs. W. H. the Gainesville\ Sub-Dis' Wed.,,,Thur. Feb. 11. 15FKATI'KR Here's new capacity new convenience Growing Mash 25 Ibs.

I! Young) Adult supper In the DOt'itLE : for your kitchen! Once you ceo the All advertised prices Including 11
I those Items not sUbject to pricecelllnca
Valentine .. High School lunch room fresh, sparkling beauty of the big, ) are guaranteed for one ;

At StateFarm Friday evening, February 2. COLT 45 new W Westinghouse! will be your week even though market prices
speaker of the evening was first choice forever! .o up." .A & P Food Stor
of Inver-
The Community T.V. Jennings lUunlolph Scott. Ruth Roman We believe this policy helps our
State Farm Is Gainesville District
customers save
tine Dance at the Adult Work for the Methodist more money. The Great Atlantic: and Pacific Teal

building there Those attending from HOT ROD With the
t February 10. Between were: Miss Pat Lambe, C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO. correct price marked on every C.tlre Co.t..te C.NrtgNed. : 1 tee
of 730 and 12 round of the Starke Methodist I With James Lyd..n item, plus an itemized cash register dip

dancing will be enjoyed !' adult groan Miss Dorothy Also Latest World New STAItKE FLA. .. you know what you lave at t AP. 300 East Call St.
II( Green, Miss 1
MUs Oleta ,
't ic furnished by an v v Starke Florida
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freshments will be Green! and the! Rev and "= __ h_ -
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the party Admission : Thomas Q. Mitchell. I

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I the early part of this week. 1'I., \ ,, ), I .. i | h.,...ihi, ,rah-r,, mi. nail, I 11.I..n, h I 121 I h. 1:1/11.!: 1 'Ia Ihr ."Iv nee"n. ,nunnln1t ,, ,,. In I. Iri-iill 1 .pr,. llrmlrord Count r.Mm. .n.nn. ,. ,.old. ,.'tli. r llV
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Bill .. ?.111 .nu ? wh II I JI null 1a1hlperfr. I non" ctrl I. uiNN I I .hI. ? I Innh
Smith I"
of the U F Miss visited Cot. and ,
i 01' was Stir Blgga .I.' ili\ti Hi IIIfIr.\l "'"unPl xrrk., .11\'ul rr NradGnd. 1'.mn'' ,", .Cl.u.\ I Iluone, ,. I'lulnllff \ eI'elnllI ..., u1. n. xt, fnv. \\ ,, / t
I home for the weekend with his 'Mr.. Owen Griffin in St. Augxistinfover | > ..11..11,1011.11 IhlK 'Ml.'' "r '1''I II"I.h .10,11 I"hllnh 1111. tilde. I i f.: llai.m, [teh'IlIe It, \\1I1It. mhnnil ..,.,,,1 t..
IT.I..I\'h'"r weekly IHKURR 'iii next r"r, wesklyuetIe., I fun No. 8280Ilyder ,IS' H'R'k. Ftnrlds II, I IPh
parents Mr. and ,.. .
],1 L F. Smith. the weekend my hand l and urrittnl. mini ; ,. 1M. ,,
e-: IN: THE NEWS Sr Mrs. S. L. Peck Sr., Mr. andMrs. .nt',mil 1 stnrkiKltii'klii 1"01" ,|, IhlM 1"10'1"' "S' Will"1<11I.k..' "'.my'O'lu'hlll.hand and Ihis"ltld..1. lt'. ..hru.n. rat.1nl ppear or.1'111 rnhllrlllli.il.: olr .Cudlr.......,..U'a 'tut1P1I Tnt .......1..1.\1. ,:\I., ,

Mr and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw S. L. Peek. Jr. and Mrs. Mol'gan ,- (orpli'lvr. B\T.: ) .V .f. ThiMimxA ;(11'. I'I'Itl"ru't.. '.I M. W \1. A I 'I 1'11"-I ,. 'I'',d I' .?.I.h I, I'. I"*i.'V.uiwhnNf UlMHOII I ..'..101..1' 1.,: II .,. *,, i'r.o I 'I.v Lr4..,1,' I
------ - spent Wednesday and Thursdiy of I..rk if said! I'omt' ,. .. ,. .,, .
,, Darby attended the graduation I ray Ira\I'" ,'..,.h, trruv., .'10,1. \* IM.M. I k pmid.1I i I. ,41n \ "i'k' 1' "1' "I i I t. ii lit in "
.. .
last' week on a hunting trip near exercises at I the University of 11"lS...Ill,'ii-'Mi |Id.| .n '"lidlnl(. |ier i I Ih: Ila? II ( I "l.x I Ipun| I. 1, > n' '">Iurn4, ,to aiar.| | on Unf i "i'ir .
s! :,rs of Jackaonvllleh M L. Lawson wax In Auburi Webster as gucnts of Mr and Mrs 'I.."a. II...m h l'ilMii" I
Florida Saturday evening. 4 .... ..'Ihod
daughter and] sonlr dale on business \ti\ r..1 rir : i n I' "'
i h / Thursday and Fri. Hugh\ hey -- a ----- a -- t up i j jva| q g -| -fl w.lv'| lW i4lpl* H' mv
s'' and Mrs. Edmond day of last week.! Mr Seaman Jimmy MrKae who was. II".d. l Counlr.
and Mrs. \V. J. Ptudntlll and

,),1. allot afternoon. Mr. and Mrg. H. G. Burgctt of daughter, Cheryl spent the weekend his stationed( parents at Mr.Norfolk.and Mrs.Va. RunsellMiRae visited I>"LI'.>'IIN.| .J I l>nllt'liiinnrf. t tI'll Tighter Credit Terms Are Due In Next Few Days !
LT 'ft. .\rnl".ronlC Linoleum and Hollywood were guests! of Mr. and in Lakeland. Ga. visiting Mr. I. Hail. i>, (. n.in in,' .
last week before being 1..1': I IOr.lrr
. .. Floral and Tll pat Mrs. A. F. Sauls Wednesday and Studittll'g brother and family Mr or .
eic kt11P. INihtli-ittlon/ And Sal <-i> r< .
irt Furniture Co. Thursday.Mr. and Mrs.. J. F. Studatlll. transferred to the Green Cove \ >enr N'I'1'1'II: ot' Kl" .lltlllt t lui"'
a ,, .... More Down Shorter Terms Now !
Springs Naval Base .I."h" I imllv. nIi? r.Id i Payment Buy
Leonard F. Smith --
)!lot Mrs. and Mrs. A, 11. Walker nllli Mrs. V. S,. St John Is expected
...n '. :'01 Larry, of Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. Werner Fault and home this weekend, after spending Charles Meyers of Jacksonville
.core Saturday evening son, Inky of Savannah, Ga. were two weeks with her daughter Eleanor : was. the guest of Miss Joan Carpenter FREE I SIIOT DKXMAltKS JA'/> s. U'/: .. [1S/ Ol'K Ill"!)(;,; T PLAN

, !Mr. and Mrs. I... V Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. In St. Peternburg.Mr a few days this week. -- ----- -

est,4 tt, Ewell LawHOn. and Mm. J. H. Mills and nobby Biggs!': a brakeman' on the For Prompt FREE Removal I

daughter. Dorothy Mr and Mrs S A. L. out Wildwood. spent R of ,
I Dead Crippled, & Worthless Have One Of These Nice 3 Piece Bedroom Suits
Flank Rawles and Mrs. Lillian few' days lust week with Mr. and I
Cattle Horses !Mules.
Litter of Green Cove Springs wore Mr.. Leslie Rlgg and family. %
'Sunday. Itul'aof\ Mr. and Mrs IIB I Our 8":!8.50 aults. now Moiling for & Hogs : "-r irBS 0,11/

WElm PLEASED Mills and Mr and Mrs Percy $:!3.flO.. m-xt 8 days .only I atIlttZ Call 132 Starke
.\ ,
Sullivan. I : !STORE
TO Mr. and Mrs M C. Ford Sr., of R. J.... Matthews president nf Ih..1 WE: ALWAYS COME: I 50

Jacksonville spent Sunday with Florida Press ,orlntlon.
ANNOUNCETIlE Mrs M C. Ford Jr and 1 children |I cd a meeting; of tlio .... Florida Renderers,

Mr< Fred, Chappc'lk of Fort that organization In the BtI..nll.// INC.

APPOINTMENT: OF ;leyprs" was.i the Friday night guest Hotel Tampa lust wI'ekpnll.I
of her sister-in-law and brother I Mr. and Mrs I.utherVaUerlOn.! i _'I 1

nrr. and :Mrs Hans Walker Mr. and Mrs FrPcI.rl'kVall..r.: .

E. T. SHULL George!': Flynn, Jr of Leesburg i jann. Mrs non McMahone, and Mra. .. 'P t B Rfi Walnut Finish iarge
spent the weekend with his. parents Rents Hryant were In Valdosta

Mr. and[ Mrs George Flynn) |Ga. Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs t Mirror .- Pooler HtilItfiiiitifiil -

[PLUMBING & HEATING Sr.Dr Bob Tourhton. Mr. Totiehton is 1 f i Chest At
and Mrs. M. C Stith and} i+confined In the Little Griffin Hos, ;
daughter Sandra Washington.. pital.Wilfred I 1 A Saving of

325; Temple Avenue D. C. will arrive here Saturday fora I Drew of Ontario. Cana- 1As L $10
week's visit with Mrs. Stith's da was a guest nt the Magnolia u

| E STARKE FLA..fl; parents Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hotel this week while visiting Mrs. Make Your Room lieautiful

(fi 691 Brownlee. <.I H. C. Boyer here. : .
J. M. Vickers is Wilmington,!I Mr. and Mrs. Fred flaxen of Would You Like to Charge/: Your Living (I Equal to :Most $ti!>.50 :Mattresses)
Dela. on business" for two weeks. \Gainesville were Saturday evening I'I'o '
Room? Il
Mr and Mrs. \V. H. Nollman had I guests of Mr. and Mra. Vasco V The :Mont Comfortable Innerspring

AUTHORIZED SPECIAL AGENT aa their guests during the past ,Hazl'n.I TIIINK OF THIS!
Week." Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dekle of I I Miss Shirley Scott of Tampawas MATTRESS by SERTA

Bills May Be Paid Here Ocala Mrs Wallace Dekle and ,' a guest of Miss Nina Blahop Never Before Such BARGAIN: I I
children of Gainesville Mr. and the early part of the week. $59.50
| And Applications for Service Will Re Taken Mrs. Crosby H. Dawklns and i. Mrs C. H. Quick Jr. and fath II 2 PC. IMODKKN{
daughter Janelle and Paul Daw .I'r.V.. D. Hope, returned home No Km Kum 8miM>lli

And Filled kins of Jacksonville and Mrs. Mir last Friday after spending two neCCS8arYAs1! LIVING ROOM SUIT Surface Numbers anti '

lam Klckllter and daughter Mlsr weeks visiting relatives\ In Ludo- Number* .>( N|>lne-Pam- : : :e'

AINESVILLE Dorothv Claire Klckliter of Green wlcl. Ga. and ....rry. II With Fringe. rrlng (oils. n iuantntrnlI'noiinilliloiinlly I I "
COMPANY Cove Springs Mr and Mrs E. S. Matthewsleft your .DAgga.ge..1 | for 10

Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Walters and Thursday for Orlando wherethey $144.95 varlll Not HAH,
daughter Julia Ann of White will spend two weeks withtheir Accident: blsurauceCharley Even If0"
Nit on HII" of Ili-d. (\iUrrllwsl
last with son-ln-lnw and, daughter./: Dr.
Borings Tuesday
ifr. and Mm. Eilmond Tenly and Mra. H. B McLendon. E.. Johns : Keg. $1 U !9..>(< Vul. Save $25 In I.IKK !Magazine. )

---.-------------M.._____ .0.: Mr. and Mr.*. J. M. Vickers and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Redgrave Agency 'I '

Sash aonvllle.children spent Saturday In Jack Monday and children in Tampa spent at Sunday the fair. and Phone IS 8TAKKE. FLA. I I Denmark Furniture Co.

Inorr BuildingMaterials Friends of Miss Sammy Kennedy Bill McCall, stationed with the ..... Lprm.nting .

I II will. be Interested to know she la /Navy in Washington D. C., la ,,. ... 11
14Took working In the Federal Reserve here on a 30-day furlough/: visiting .......... PHONE 151 STARKE, FLORIDA
h friends and relatives and also vlsiltlng ; I
Bank In Atlanta Ga. Mrs. Miriam *. THE TRAVELERS Hartford. J
CU'kilter, of Green Cove Springs his mother Mrs. Sarah :Me- 1 11II
t tI Call In 1"alalka.Chari. ..:::
I formerly of Starke plans to spendthe --- --- - -- ----- -----
r Saws t .." Fields son of Mrs. J. II
ARE STILL next two weeks! visiting Miss
nee U..o"n I : .
Kennedy In Atlanta.. Mra. Wendell Field, has been transferred from
n..r Grilles Hcndricks of Newman Ga I Fortress Monroe Hampton Va., rOt/& t.
pod I NOW to the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta
will spend a few days with her sinter -
ate Wall Gourd tion. lie is connected with Civil
Miss Dorothy Claire Klckliter.III ,
rat Green Cove Springs while their Service.
Is The Time To T. E. Moore
mother la Mr. and Mrs ot
I away. Richmond, Va., have moved to
Mrs. M. C. Fore Jr. received ir \
;mat Repair or lie-model .
try word from her husband, Capt. Starke. having purchased a home

tins 'WoolRlocka -:- Ford! that he Is being transferred here. They have as their guest
to Tsuikl Ja- Mra. 1. A. Pryde of Washington
from Tapgu! Korea .
tOil ShingleaSarah 8361 PHONE 8562 pan.> Capt. Ford has been In Ko- D. C. kt11t w T4
months. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mlxon anddaughter _
I tea for the past four
n tylreng Jerome Johns will return to hit Dorothy of Gainesville (
Saturday and Sunday with
studies at U. of Fla. Monday
ANNISBUILDING pending his between semester Mrs.. Mlxon's parents Mr. and
him g Sen. and 'Mrs. E. M. Davis.Attending .
holiday with his parents.
Proofing the Fair In Tampa f/RiBAU POIYFRED'alas
Mrs. Charley Johns. !
It !SWnglesr ; from Friday to Tuesday were Mrs.
Save' 20 |percent nn jour n..wlIult.
r M. F. Brown and daughter Florence
next 8 days only at
FeltIto. SUPPLIES Inc. REZ STORE' Ann CresMcr, Ben North and
Dennis Keleher. While In Tampa
Mrs. Bertha Pearce entertained
:Mall BoxesX 736 SO. MAIN ST. at Canasta party last Friday they were guests) of Mra. Brown'a
Tackle mother Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald
GAINESVILLEUSE evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Ammunition OI'j Mr. and Mrs R. J. Davis were
-- of Fulton Mich., Mr. and |
1 nn'in Windows, in Gainesville on business Satur
Lath \V. H. Nollman and Mrs Daniel I day.

ionnngp ..ANN/STONE'. Avery. anil |, Mrs. J. F. Jaudon Is spending. this
12 ft. Armstrong i
iuorsadder. week In Tampa visiting her parent. .
CONCRETE / Floral and Tile pat1rut.
'Mr. soil Mra. J. M. Clyalt. -
Lung! Fans. I BUILDING BLOCK Hart Furniture Co. Mr. and Mra. R. H. BartUv of
Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and duughtr -
sylvia. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond II Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof
I I Mr. clad Mrs. William NorrIs.
and Mrs. Tom Harding attended -
the Tampa Fair on Monday. In Irrntt C'o"rt. llrnilforil. f.nnntrl'ltirlilnl I ,
SERVICE! I Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy of In < han.*rrr.Alfrefl .
HOME: QUICK ('..n.lpln,.>. Plaintiff vs. An
Augusta! Ga., spent the weekendIth wl,*mt. fnrulflon', Itrfenrtiintr'n .
Mrs. S. R Johns and Mr.am! 'I No. *3<* 1

PO _.______.__.'" Mrs S. R. Johns. Jr. Order Of p'FTIP Pnhlli'iitlon: ale .And"l."llll';..lIep> ToAnKl ToInprnr ,
Carr Colley and daughters Bob. I .<'fiA Cundelorn' Who,. rraldenre,

by and Jackie attended the State -- .. .
Fair over the weekend and stayed .. .. Take your pick I 4-door Sedan,2-door S.dant 6- and 3-pa...ngr Coup.*. Rivl.roi, Convertibles!

I I with relatives In Fort Meade.

Don Riy Tllley lia been trans- SUIT SALEOUR New in fyle-Hcw in Structure New in Power-New in Thrill-
Jacksonville Naval AirBase
fered from

Dedicated To Community Service Naval to Base the Green Cove Springs Potent in Price Appeal-It's the 1957 BUICK SPECIAL

"Movies! Are Better Than E,'er" I Little Jimmie Godwin, son of Mr ENTIRE STOCKof

and Mrs. Jas. B. Godwin of Bell 112MEN'S
kt. Feb. 10 ONLY Sun.. Mon. Feb. 11. 12 j I I Glade. formerly of Starke la recuperating i is good! news for folks thrifty F-263 engine that first That title in three words, will

WILE FEATURE Kipling's Greatest; StoryKIM from the measles. SUITS HERK a shrewd eye for made :its name in the Surf he: "Thriftiest Buick Yetl"

I of General Washington Fred Is W today's Harris.guest U. S. A of Will Be Reduced what, their dollars will buy. and here delivers 120 horse Better hurry around to your

"COME oRUSTLERS": Mr. and Mrs. U. A Davis. General power with standard trans.
20% Buick dealer's and look this
I'[ Harris was stationed at Camp Here is a tidy traveler that mis'iion-12M with Dynaflow

;" Blandinir. For The Next 8 Day defies the upn rd trend of costs Drive.*. marvel over. "''e'll)) give you
I Spending the day with Mrs Kd- is
another prediction-which :
.Red-hot: Frroll! 11)min, Kobt. Uouglox. I mond Tenly Thursday of last Starts Friday8DAYSONLY8 proudly wears a 1951 price

action blazes Dean Stm-kuell. Paul Luka4"Karly ( week were Mrs. R. E. Allen and tag! like that v\hich zoomed last It's a Buick with less weight Once this one's discovered, the

when your range' -.1LSo--, I son Jimmie of Gainesville year's SPFCIAI. into popularity and more power-and that demand will be terrific.
: Bird flood It" Cartoon Mna Edna Noegel sophomore Come In Before Have
aces blast tf to I I that it crimp in pair of thrills for
and Latent. MOM News ''at Toccoa Falls Institute. U home Been Picked Over I so great! put a spells a new

outlaws-! recuperating from a recent Illness "the low-priced three.." you. There's n performancethrill

t' Tues.. Wed. Feb. 13, 14 'While at T. F. t. Miss Noegel was SAVE 20'' such as you've never No other car

a member of the College Trio, Take word for it this is
ON YOUR SUITS our provides all this
in the
Ladles' Ensemble mixed chorus enjoyed SI'ECIAL-plus: a :
fhectvogrcf ..
ram "" inch and ounce a Buick
Ladies' Quartette soloist at the every handsome gas-s.ivintf into the
Chapel and Radio station W.L.E.T.. Curlee $55 Suits -Buick-fcaturcd Ituick DYNAfLOW DRIVE Hl All
Toccoa. She also played leading< bargain. POWER PUIH-BAK fOKIftOHT
Buick-huilt from tho
r j o J -M'l rip X lady In Chopln'a Operetta, "The OUR PRICE 47.50 WHITI-OLOW INJJBUMiNTS .
t / Enchanted We". which was term.l. NOW Less 20 Percentor ground up but literally the We'll)) make a prediction; now as JOQUt-llltl DRIVEWHEEL

-c7A Cat"; sented dormitory during/ House the school Mother and $9.50 Makes! This! Top newest thing on wheels. to what title folks will give it, COIL SHIINOINO DflAMLINI
and "c'nova
Also News
: ('art''n girls presented Miss Noegel with a Grade Suit Sell for the The sturdy and ample body It once they get! it out on the road. STYLING DUAL VINJHATION

lovely gift of lingerie at a little NEXT 8 DAYS *StaJarJ" HO A T>.MA W." ,.pfumajalrtra BODY BY HSHIM
eolng-away dormitory party given t new. The high-strength frameis -""A.--.

Thur., Frl. Feb. 15, 16 In her honor. I FOR $38.00Some new.The power is new to the

r j..dim' *> -"' I M's' Ada Ruth Johnson of Jacksiinvlll j I I" 1.------- SPECIAL which now has the stmt UY 10 WtEATEI VuofY
LOUIS HAYWARO I spent Tuesday here W John with I Suits That Were srpnpd_._,._hid t._awtr.sd..
Mrs George
LEE BOWMAN JANE WYATT son.her mother $29.50 Will Be $23.60 -Ie_...._,....... I

A\Il. I Friends are receiving cards from "F' ..._____ Who heifer.f.I1..,. haul
the SAVE 20% ON YOUR IJUICIC11.11*,A.M
"' ': 1 House bg Ed Dahmer who la touring
_1151 -- 1"1l4 : West and la now on his way to YEAH 'BOUND SUIT AT

RiverA Seattle. \\'.. .. [!I! ._ ,,..''Ci.i.._...;;IM. :- W- J fi x 1: '1 181J1@
l'YIIMI ''a., the For those who care enough tosend Alvarez Store Y0''l'

the .he..tt Hallmark Valentinesat
a..ra.Sur.IUt. '> REPUBLIC PICTURE R.yewelefs. I
Photographer "
GAL" Hollywood Eat. 1891 Green Buick Company
'Ml 00' 'I 1 .-i Wi '*'* I ; r
3fovles"! Pete
Also "CViwhlng The ,
trolling Thru The Park" Mr. and Mrs. Everett Whitehead -
an l Clip D "Atom Man I\I !Smith; Novelty anti "Chump I and children of Petersburg, DAYS! ONLY J IotRie225! TEMPLE AVE. LEX GREEN STARKE, FLA.I .

".. 8u nnan" Champ" Cartoon (I l Mra.Va. an L. K guests Whlteh thla..a week

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I u we have had' none v,.t and the out bedia Ptnholster visited' Mr. and I I'tu the Him-ss of Mrs. Lizzie Green I Barry Sunday : ,!-,'-hvh....- >- Oidi'i' In u.-it r"ur- w..ckJynl (OFleIt.lA" "'-'"" .

: FARMER'S look I is not Rood And we !HOW Mix L.. R Chesser of AlachuaMondiy W<- wish Tier a speedy recovery. B. L. Hvrell of Dallas. Texai- W 'itn. -." m\ hAnd and ntfldal!< ) .' I ru Id, \ .

cabbage In Sturke selling for a1- Mrs .I E Hardy and daughters' and Judy Harrell of St. Petersburg I "t !in k.., FluiUla,. thl. ,Januai/ .11 t IT, Prnnk ,

much an 3!c u heiul Last yem" Mrs. Rosa Plnholnler.] MIs. Not'a Janet' and .Tayne of Starke were visited his mother Mrs BeulaliHarrell 11',1.' ALly,. for. p ,

DIARY you could hiirclly give It away. ftxpp and Miss Lubedla Plnholstrr dinner guests of her parents Mr'I last weekend. I "j

S S C I were In Jacksonville on businespWednesday. and Mrs O. W. Barry. Mr. and Mrs. Urla Mott! and

fly Sam :Mcfiarvey Our heifer and the Itttlo steer i I :Mrs J. E. Hardy and daughter baby have moved to Gainesville The DRAPERY SHOP

IF -t -:: calf arc really! doing fine. Comfort Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green and .rnnct of Starke and Mr. and :Mrs We hate to lose them.
; Tho; ;; amhor Mill l be /glut '0 re.
":: r,'l\e lt.>itm ftf Intoretit concerning (the Jorsey-Angus, ('r08al) and I daughter and non-in-law, Mr. and' Charles. Rabbit of Jacksonville attended We are sorry to report that the lit WALNUT BROWN IIJ.III.(

;; the activities: farmer.* InIlriKlfonl Early] (the Holsteiii) are particularly Mrs Alex Williams Jr of Jacksonville services here at the Bap Infant baby of Mrs Rosa Lee Pad

County. Suggestion may doing well In the rye field, visited Alex] William, Jr list Church Sunday morning. gett Is a patient In Aluchua County UPHOLSTERY

.Ixi left at the Telegraph/ office or along with a dally feeding of parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex \''-II. Mrs. E. J. Lewis Mrs. Guy Har. Hospital. Gainesville. It bar
llama of Oclom CJu. last weekend roil and Miss Iva Mae Lewis I SLIP!! COVERS DH{ | uri
in .lli."l to Sam l\h'(1aney, Lawtey, snipped corn and cottonseed) meal were double pneumonia. We wi.'Ji it a \I'EI%|
:Mr and Mrs H. O Brown and
of them nov !I' In Gainesville shopping Thursday
Florida Our idea feeding speedy recovery. Furniture
Repaired And
Joe and Mrs. Green I Refinished
lon Mary
to keep them growing fast At I afternoon. Mrs. Ophelia Moore and 1 sons of
visited Mr. und Mrs. C. C. Strand-
possible when they are young MO ( Mrs. Floyd! Wiggins of New River Estimates Without
t I Saw the first berries of the season by putting a couple of long pine that they will make fine big berg of Keystone Heights' Frid IY attended the Green-Freeman Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. N. C Obligation

poles under It, put a piece of cableall Mr. and Mrs. Olen Parrish, Mr. Matt Sunday.
sale In Starke lallt week Wo glad we
; ; on cows. certainly are miscellaneous shower at the Community .Pick-up and Delivery
the around the building< ,
4 way and Mrs. Joe Green Mr. and Mrs
and they certainly] did look pretty. planted rye and oats for our stock Center, Jan 24. Her name In (frrult and pulled I It with the tractor Expect Leon Parrish of Lake Butler visit Klnrlilni' In ('hnnrrry.rtnvrmmd .
of good
These not have been the as It Insures a supply was accldently omitted In ttJsho..cor Plaintiff, va
may now that we will be operatingour ed Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodge F. Ounn
grazing until we get some grass. ]last week.! Olive 1::. (Iunn. I
: first picked but they .were the little road-aide business in a S S Shave Saturday. No. 8242

first we saw. At this time last very short time (if the weather not yet spread the rock Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey enJoyed Miss Margie Sue Crews of Jacksonville Orilrr%prnr of!IT'I'I.OIIlIJ"Pnhll) ] .''',,, And *.cller Toile To I

.. berries will co-operate). from the flHhlng In the Suwanee Rivet visited her grandparents'\ (' K Ounn, Whose Hldwnce Anil
year we wore selling ( as phosphate which we got Mr. and Mrs O.V.. Barry andrelutlves ...rlrcNK'I In: 3121 Finvf n wortli I'lucs,
was every one else) but right now a I S train wreck north of Lawtev. But Wednesday. Alexandria, Virginia.:
Just when we were thinkingthat oats J. P. Baxter Is upending a few here\: last week. I You are required. to soccer' on
know when and
we don't our patch did notice that the ,
living in Florida. we were we I his Mr. and Mrs. Coleman :Afiirch 5. 19M. In the above nam.,1Courl
by days here at home after spending Deese .
; the plaintiff
Before nuswherein
;, will start producing. growing near the pile are and r
cold had thousands of I escaping/ the cold wave which hit rape better several l days at the home of and children of Sante Fe visited! ne..kB tltvorri anil rntlfloation wave we faster and have a
growing ijradfori -
*' blooms, but presume that they most of the Nation it hit us hard, color than the rest of the field. Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Lewis of I''I her parents Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. agreement County and Telegraph utipulntion] shall pub-
and overnight the temperature I Jacksonville due to the sickness of
have been killttd off. Hope our to about 23 degrees. We But what a problem It Is going to charges attended with the finest
Mr. Lewis.
crop Isn't so late that It will have be to the stuff spread over
A get Amazing New Of / Insurance
had drained our car and tractor Mrs. N. O. Stokes and Mrs. H Type Hospitalization
too much competition from other the fields as we do not have \
areas. and let our water system run all lime spreader. R Stokes were In Starke shopping Offering benefits which eliminate all uncertainty as to sincere serving bring to us the friendship

: S night and so escaped any median S Saturday.Mr. amount payable when you are hospital confined Full
Ical damage. The first two nightswe and Mrs. Green and of the great communities which
Worked on clearing the land< for had plenty of cold, but the Saw an interesting exhibit in children visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave benefits provided in policy are paid regardless of amountyou
L our next year's runner plants. Starke which showed the differ-
third we had frost and we do not Shaw of Lacrosse last we serve.
4: I Before We burned off the patch In tree growth where woods Sunday.
; ence
1 few know for sure yet what the damage Miss Mary Matt Is visiting her Fill out attached Coupon and mail today. See for yourself -
in the woods we saw very ore protected from fire. Trees pro. ''
has been to our crops. Although I. sister and brother-in-law Mr. and the unusual security offered by this amazing new
stumps but when the grass tected grow about twice as fast DeWITT C. k
) .we have been farming/ for Mrs. Hamp Connely of Ocala] for Plan JONES
4, burned off stumps appeared aa those growing on lands which 'I today.ESTATE
only two years, we have already a few days. MW
everywhere. We decided that It Is burned over every year We LIFE INSURANCE CO
t learned that there Is no use moanIng I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ellxon, Mr. Phone 7 Starke F1a.reg
would be better to try to get most would like to burn off our wood 37 W. Monroe St. Jacksonville, Florida ,
about weather
of them out so as to make it easier and groaning lot but hate to do It because of and Mrs. Olen Parrlsh Misses - a

I to disk and bed the land.. Got conditions. You get It, good or damage to young trees particularly. Joyce Parrlsh Nethera Parrish. ESTATE LIFE""INSU"KANCE coToF AMERICA" Funeral Director AmbulanceREASONABLE SenJ j I Ii'
have to expect some
bad, and you : Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dukes and
Katrlnka the tractor, length of '\
a ] .
37 West
c %" steel cable, a shovel and ax adverse weather. baby son. Harry of Lake Butler Monroe St., Jacksonville Florida local funeral home enables u. to offer convenleg i'Our i'\

and started to work. A couple of Latest statistics- -from Alice'srecord Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. Mattie Please send me complete information about the New services not otherwise available.

days later we had learned why But when It got really cold we shows that we made about Sowells Mrs. E. J. Lewis Miss Iva Type of Hospitalization Insurance.

few folks clear land that way as got worried about Porky, the big $120 from our hogs last year. :Mae Mrs. Lewis Robert of Green Brooker and, Mr. Leo and Name _______________________________________
is laborious is about to farrow, son, We furnish the highest type service at
,. it slow work even red sow who That la not much money from all Please Print lowest PT:\

:i: with a tractor. However, pop as we are letting Nature take Its our work but It Is a profit and Mr. and Mrs. Lamuel Parrish of accept AN 7 life insurance policy in force, Issued

suggested method whereby we about whatto Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Street '______________________________________ in Vj
a course so far as she Is concerned we have learned more company, as payment part or in full on a fuuei

dugout a trench In the direction her to toddle off Into and (What not to do with hogs Goodge of Starke visited Mr. and I City ______________________ State ____________ Consultation carries no obligation.
We expect! Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sunday due
: in which we were pulling, and and Think that this year we will do ,- _J
the of pines, make a bed
then we got them out a lot faster. grove considerably better. We're certain 5-

Some of the stumps were at least have her pigs. But as time wenton [: that ,we like to raise hogs.
and she made no bed, we made
In the earth and
) seven feet deep
z for her In a shed and then .
It was easy to see why Just pullIng Now Is the time of the year
watched her daily.] Apparently she
$. with the tractor was not when we will be busiest. To plant
for she
I enough. Still think though that will have her pigs there and keep the roadstand/ suppliedtake

';(. :..' did and pull with with get we a moderate-sized little block all are but digging.now/and two ready tackle big Anyhow stumps to ones we disk could out the out nve, hay a size.beds trouble ton and We dawn of is put raked bedding that It there In she up the because and a needs shed.lot the for of almost of wild only her.her. which fixed down,care time which must and of be there to our are done.do stock forever will all We the keep not hope breaking bo things things thit enough America's @ @:@: EEEKff(}{] @: rlJ ( W 1Meet' 1-

late in having
to be
She '
seems very I
land, bed, and plant our runners. to the cold this winter has decreased .
her litter, according our

I 4 4.. S did In(with The the a prompt Mr.pipe State rhllllps and S, fins Rood S fill/ job for S as Department of,our foreman putting driveway ) by figures Have her,figure but new It neighbors S and looks* not S like,ours.she Bill goes and Tf ing.It the hut population that would] of be a ear-worms big bless!, Jes L @ [&[ID Lf[& LXE! ( [@ I Itconot1l

Shuts] and John
I Margaret son lea
to rondstind
our : Although/
it Is not mnnd4tory we complied i who have just bought the place BROOKER

t with their request that the rontl- I up the highway from us. They !

stand be back IS feet from the I moved here from Daytona. Beach Ily Iva Mao Lenin i iII L7fl

right-of-way by moving the road- 1 Garfield although they N. J.are Welcome originally to thorn from Li @ [& U

i stand buck The reason for this Is "- Club: MeetingThe
much that they
we hope very .
that cnnnot park on the right-
you 4-11 Club was called] to order -

I of-way as doing /no constitutes .. enjoy living In S Bradford S SOur County. Thursday, Feb. 1 at the Schoolhouse -.' '- I

r traffic hazard. Although we had by Ann Crosby president
j not built the roaclxtand so that it White Holland hens are The! secretary read the minutes It1\
!living to the advertising about; )
could be moved. we managed itCARPENTER'S up of the ]last meeting. Miss Dorothy LI
W -
them 8a being good layers. ; -- -
ROMA, Home Demonstration Agent/
----- -- --- got 33- eggs from them one day
helped the girls with their R. E. A. '
this week and that In nearly as .
pamphlets[ and also helped fill out
I well as they did when they were
their record books. The 4-H exhibit -
pullets. But we know that they ,
I was postponed until February -
bound to produce fewer and
are 21. The exhibit will be held -
PHARMACISTS Fewer eggs as they get older, so 1
In the cafeteria at 12:30.: All parents I c.I. c.
we are going to start a new flock. .
are Invited to attend. Ann ,
But no more ,white, chickens for e t : -
demonstrated .
Crosby. president ahem ee
us, as they are discounted about -
gauge to the class. The girl,
4c a pound when you sell them,
nominated Katherine Harrell to attend
and furthermore you get no premium
the Tampa Fair with Miss .
for white eggs in this
ROBH. The next .-H Club meetingwill
I S SWell be held Thursday, February
21. Everyone. la making the "Best
of all things we had n 4p
blizzard here In Bradford County, Better.

well not exactly. for It wasn'tA llnnie DefiMmntratlnn Club i

-- heavy snowfall or even a :MeetingThe -

ON-TIIK-MINIT SERVICE moderate otic. ami to tell the regular business meeting of -

PHONE truth there was only a very the Brooker Home DemonstrationClub
of flakes. We did not TI !
slight flurry was held at the Community
Day 64 but told about It by
Night.9 tea it, were center on Thursday February 1.
... .
---- ,
p _- "Jay" Eunice. Glad we didn't see Miss Dorothy Ross, Homo Demonstration .
for we have seen enough .
any snow Agent, gave an Interest. .a
to last us all our lives. ing talk on Planning Ward -:
S S SOur robe. your New driver comfort! This new F-S one of over 180 Ford Truck models for '5!,
i i neighborhood was sndden- the club by Mrs. Tom.were Markey.servedto features Ford's new 6-STAR EXTRA Cab. Foam rubber seat padding many otu'rcomfort

ed by the sudden death of "Aunt Eleven members were present. On features at slight extra coat.Modern new front end makes Ford the style favorite.

Mary" Qriffls during the week. February 13 the club will have Its S Want/ to get there fastest, with the mostest, for the

WEl1}} This Is the second time In a short regular work meeting at which LEA.ITJos-r'l!:

while that tragedy has struck time copper planters will be made. Then you will want to take a good look right

their home, as not so long ago away at thetw! new Ford Trucks for 'SI.
Mr. Grlffls was killed In a train. Mr. and Mrs. a. D. Long of

auto wreck north of Lawtey. Our Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. \V. "Economy Leaden is no empty phrase. It's a IN THE lOW.PRICE -Only I Ford Trucks give

sympathy to the boys Truby," D. Long of Miami were guests of FACT a mighty important fact in these times when _ YOU

We offer the people of Starke Mack". Curtis., and "..v. C." Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Iliers and business coats are going up so fast.

S S family Saturday You'll find Ford engineering baa stepped ahead' .IlIA1'a'I
I and \lrlnlty one of the most The tomato plants Alice Is raisIng Mrs. -BUI illgham and Mrs. A. with many new features in engines, transmissions ; "- .,,, W A ''T

In a cold frame are doing/ very Miller were In.Jacksonville Friday brakes, bodies all designed to help Ford
modern, and finest equipped well. They have their second l ]loaves on business. Trucks do your job at still leas cost.

and are starting to really grow Mr\ and Mrs. Frank Harben and 44I" '
Ufltllog hop* anY",h..re. But the planted III another family of Gainesville were guests Chooso from over ISO models. Choose from four "1II''
now. pepper ...
All Work Guaranteed cold frame have not germinated of the Bill Bighorns1 Sunday.Mr. great engines, V-8 or Six. Come in today and get ,. IWVI',1

; at all and next year we and Mrs. Louis Brown of the fucU. ,

SMITH'S GARAGEAND will try a "hot bed" and see If w* Jacksonville visited their patents, I I t 0 The of Ford Truck Power Pilot Is a simpler, fuDy-prowo
way getting the
t can maintain the high temperat. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Brown and r-ot < : 4f' n.;. Is the/ symbol of Ford's Power Pilot power from the least gas. It ouiomaticaUy -
jw"V- meters and fires
MACHINE SHOP ure required by pepper seeds Mrs. Mary Green Sunday after- 1 -=--'-----.-----. ., .._, I. which gives you the most power the right instant to match the right amount of gas, at precisely loud
S S fit.VT I from the least Its changing speed
gas. and
Temple Av*>. Stark noon.Mr. I' economy power requirements. Unlike conventional the'
fruit and Mrs. Abe of t.n.t I been thousands. systems,
Protected our new young Crosby proven on of trucks Power Pilot
I trees against the cold by heaping Jacksonville\ and Mr. and Mrs. JLjuaft.\ -. .--T i"15SI *iH at all speeds, under all'loads and 'designed to synchronize uses only one firing control twice as instead accurately.of two You yet can: it

earth around the trunks and also John D. Crosby Alabama visited operating conditional! use regular.gns you get no-knock performance.

wrapping them with burlap. The Mr and Mrs. H. P. Galney last =B _

young peach trees already had Sunday.Mrs. -

Let Us Thoroughly'Wash blossom buds and leaves and we Ruth Aklns of Bell: visited

hope that they will escape damage. her aunt Mrs. Florence Varnadoe

And although we don't know Sunday. FORD
Your Clothes TRUCKING
where we will find time to do It, Curtis Melvin of Lake City New Sifting _.. In the Series F-l trucks like this new

we wouldl] like to try our hand at visited relatives here last weekendMr. .. 6ft.. Pickup thanks to new steering column gear, COSTS '
9 Pounds shift! All new Ford Trucks for '81 will LESSbecause
either grafting or budding some and Mrs. Norbln Thomas save you money _
: pecan trees. and daughter Maude and son and because all feature the POWER PILOT!
e S S daughter-in-law. Mr. and :Mr.

., FREE Bleach If Desired We are eating broccoli now Junior Thomas of Lacrosse were

I regularly] and it Is a real treat supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. l oa '

O even though I It Is all we have to James "V. Thomas Thursday eve See us ) .

show for our original 4 and one ning.
2 I half acres planted. But tbe winter G. \\'. Davis was In Gainesvilleon I Mhg fata*_miurfa. data M 6,11tOOO Irvct*

; WeWIU has been unusually severe (according business. Friday.Mr. iff.--.u.ii up.rfc peeve fVW Tncb.I.../Seeped

1 to many of our neighbors and Mrs. R. E. Hazen .,

Dry Your Clothes ) and we certainly] plan to try daughter and son, Mary Frances

broccoli again next year. and Jack and Iva Mae Lewis attended
For 20c S SAnd the Starke and Union basketball -

In spite of all th. cold game held] at Lake Butler

t ( In New Automatic Driers weather we've had, we are having Friday night. ANDREWS '

onions. radishes, turnips. Joe Brown of Rldgcland S. C MOTOR CO

0 mustard and ]lettuce from the visited Ms parents. Mr. and Mrs. &
kitchen garden. And lots of other H O. Brow and Mrs. Mary 'L.

t The \WasheteriaTemple things including] beets parsley Green last week.

English/ peas. jrarllc. kohl-rabi Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Collins of Madison & Adams Sts.

Ave. Btarke and asparagus are coming along Wnldu visited their mother Mrs. STARKE,

I pretty well. But this has been a H P. Galney last Sunday

--.- ---- ------ rough year for us on cabbage a* Mrs. Lloyd Barry and Miss Lu-


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. FEB 9-1951

-------- MR\DFOKD
r -- ----------- --- -- ....- .____ ____n___ .____. r.\GF: SEVEN;

J number him Mrs who have' wanted to heat 1 BISHOP LAYS METHODIST CORNERSTONE I ""r.> >PI .11.11 pnttiinh Ihl.I"P'I: ---;-' ::
Lu< lie Green will lea< I' I vi" i \i v F fh .
u r '" w.1,1o iimi ".
&iJ c th holi and Mrs Muna Canova 1,1 i.,, and "''tlolal| .?etc, ." I I,
\1\1 I 'r "C'
will beat the I' 1101" 4
organ "I I ''h '
I Sunday evening the Pastor Rev I 'aannrt' / I'fil) i :et If' "

Halru will bring the e"allgel1sthII1CS.lge -
/ with the piano organ NO.5''

duo leading the music during the IN THE SERIES OF :.MKSSAr.CSONTIIK : (
pkaSlis Happy Hour of
requested hymns
I. and horuses The Youth Choir di-
, an Church [Dr. Hankins to Speak rm" K'd by Geo Jones will bring "WHAT WILL HAPPEN WHEN JESUS
I Ip1
!i.vices begin with At First Baptist ,i special Sunday music 'It SETS UP HIS KINGDOM ON EARTH
meets at 9U: > ,
01 it 10 a, m., OW : with E. St FOR 1000 "
.1Sc: I Sunday Morning C Mann Jr. t YEARS?
intendenb Ten 52re r
hon't t SUPl'rlntend'l'
eat and
I staff
a of
awarded last Sun SUNDAY 7:30: P.M.:
Ib and ,
i teachers
ve who had been pros- Training ws.aarre e ; First Baptist Church
Unions Hampton
r"Ili, gather at 6:1:1: w ith J. T I' I ,
Mr-'iMaaWNM +?
Sunday during !d
I Lawson director.
II.tI1hl tnR4arh.1 "
t be among those to real BOB GRAY, Pastor
. 1p,1t, Midweek services S1'Irtured
. each U'ednes-
"e,. n the end of this II I day at 7.15: with the aimve N the H. BI IlLI: SC1IOW 10 A.M.: R. T. U. AT 6:30: I 1' SI.I."ATTJ.ND
and bring: the entire message by the elms as MinrU In forrgrmiitil, from I..flrltt II. 'Niilmmn, ihtilrman Hoard! ofMr
,kt ne i the Pastor continuing the study I I : Tim \VOIH OP LIFE.. CRUSADE: AT
t find your place In thef a from rorncrHlimp "if 'the arty l\t'lb".U..t l Sii|>rrlntoiiili-nt;In.-\, T, w I the book of Acts with an P.ItJOJ.\: I'ALMS: : FEU. 11-18.! 7:15 I; l I'. M.
the Lord : I' utll a former |I"tor of the . ...
Inspirational message A cordial Cliurrh building ua laid Tueesluyafternoon :MIfiltHI. '' '' -
day In the absence of i piintor; Itlthop short In' i' stark. chimh who wn. a<..tl\'" In . .. '
Robert Forrester, min I Ie | join Invitation In these Is hours extended of worship to all at tc Jail. 10, by Bishop Roy to right, arc llr. Muilrr IVi-lf, l>lt- the building!! lr"l1 r''II.Church .

First will Christian bring both Church the enjoy the First the Baptist music from Stark"the. and sing.tr I Revival At I Temple A Tenth Sts. Sunday u of Christ I He,'. Lewis I). ILiinos, Pastor

nd evening Int'8sages. Ing tower: School 10 a. m, Sacrament Service
Is urged to be present I I I Lawtey BaptistA ,I 8:30: p. m. Public cordially On'HIT KHIl lint! McMiiltotiIllble ; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke
., hear .
rvlces and these II Methodist Church revival meeting will bo heldIn Invited School I 10 A M. ,
j messages from a genu- I I r Ffcith Preaching HAM, and. 7:30: Jefferson! & Court Street In The Heart Of Town
YI Baptist Church, Lawtey,
stament Gospel preach.r I \ITIMT CllinClI
The First Methodist Church ol P M. PHONES: Office 231 1Pastorium 130
beginning Monday, Fcb 12 and
I I',' Starke cordially Invites you to continuing 2J Bunchy School 9-13: A. M. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ,. ,-,. 'r r.. .,_
II through
Wednesday evening 'worship February
., on Sunday, February 11 Morning Worship 11 A, M.
ling at 7:30: o'clock. ;'hurch School begins at 9,3: a. Services will be held each nightat t'nchVednt'sdI1Y 7:30: P, M RUNO\ SERMONS-11:00: A.\I.: 7:30: P.M.
Evening Service 7:30 M.
Chapter of Acts will e> m. Dr T. Arthur Mosle ', minister 7:30: o'clock. Preaching will be P. Everyone welcome! Sunday School 9:13: A.M. Training Unions 0:15: : P.M.:

Iyal} for discussion. of the St. Paul's Methodist by Elder George Boyer pastor of Prayer Meeting every Thursdayevening In Circuit. I.....,.... llrmlfurU Countr> 1'IID-WEEK: SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 1'. M.
7:30 .
I o'clock
Ahava :
I Church In Eau Gallic, Florida wlU Baptist Church, Plant t>'l..rlilni IN C finncrrr.Wllllitm ,
Ire erian Church preach at the 11 o'clock church j City. A, E. Massey pastor of the I -It; G. Hemingway Pastor J ,llnmmnr. Jr. Plaintiff, "
service in the Starko Woman church states that there will be v.. Clainmlra' N. Hammer. liKfonitnnrCan. HEAR: DR. JOE HENRY: HANKINS AT ELEVEN: : :

j Eu 1,1Y schOol. Dr. Joe Henry Hankins will be I Club on the subject, "The Hazards good Gospel and Doctrinal preaching CHI HCII OF ftI llrdrr. lit 1'..h.....ntl..n and 1\0.No......m'rl .. SUNDAY MORMNO.;
0 Bible Class the speaker at the 11 o'clock hour I of Our Faith" and singing. Everyone In In. 8th & St. Clair SL. >l> nr HI' "tin' : .nv KIOIHIIt, Tot
fillowtihlp Imtputra N Hummer'
I vlted.CIlt"RC'II. whom resideneu .., ... ,
r" r"
Sunday School 10 i 6
[Services conducted by at the First Baptist Church this:' The Intermediate. Methodist a m. ,In In unknown. ..,. hilt hono. n<1rtrKHPi -
Mnln l' (
a Lynn of Gainesville. Sunday morning. Preceding the I Youth Fellowship will meet at :5; or JESTS cimrsx Sunday Sunday Evening Morning Service Worship 7:30pm:11 a,m "Hull' Prnt\aliir. CnlKornU l Orfln,flux 4041 A Friendly Invitation From A

ST\L HOLINESS Revival at the Park of the Palms o'clock handcraft Sunday period evening and for a OF LATTER I>,\V S.\INTSServices Y, P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m l pbriinry You .rc 2ft'Iul..t, 10AI l In to> the Miipoiir ahov on Friendly' Church Is Extended To AUCOMMUNYFY
beginning 2:30: Sunday after, fellowshipsupper .nnnvd where
each In USO at Prayer Meeting 7:30 "inutiff
Sunday Thursday : p.m. .
L and Temple Are. noon. This is a rare opportunity td S followed by their program iii'pin/nliff.rrkr/ .11TlrncHnrcl -

pchool 9:43 a. m.; Morn- hear this great evangelist who fs meeting at 6::30 p. in The Senior ._ __ C' .. ____-- -- __ __ '_ __ .
11 a, m. MYl- will meet at 6:30 ;"
p ; Evangells Internationally known. The : p in. Following
s 7:00: p. m. Everyone ony of the church will be the evening service all ol
afford space to care for the bBI'1'the young people are Invited to I
remain for a Fellowship Hour
from, 8:30 to 0:30.

VAREZ', STORE Established Men's Clothing 1891 |,:II:| thodlst begins The Evening at educational 7:30: p Worship in building In the!servic Thecongregation Ale, WID I ILife

Is invited to select
t ., ,.e favorite hymns during! the evenIng i

Bradford & Union song service
County Residents
Rev Thomas G Mitchell! will

[ake Your Fears to Church Sunday preach on the subject, "Give Us
I This Day Our Dally Bread;' the Word of Crusade

Millions Leave Them There I j I fifth"The Lord's In a series Prayer:of' sermons on

sponsored by Preparatory class on church
p. I membehship Is being conducted by
fake Butler Baptist Church the pastor each Wednesday afternoon -
at 3:13, for all children who
11 A. M. I are coming into church member AT '
Pentecostal Services : I ship.

30 P. M. "The Forgotten Word In Religion" : I

,, At The Tabernacle
The Sunday morning message! at
the Tabernacle was brought by
ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER COD Dr. John McNeill and was In keep
S STORAGE Ing with the, solemn observanceof I
the Communion at the close of -

l'e. .... ,.. '/ A: long operate distance local ,J the were worship present period Several from Penney visitors ON ROUTE 100 NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

R.EALVaaF2 b ON : Farms and Keystone Heights
anywhere In U. S.
SeYI-/t. Subject of the evening message

S ,..MOVING. I.-- also by Dr. McNeill was "What
EXCELLENT God Cannot Forgie." I

Robert Brandkamp Missionary
STOR\GK from Zululund Africa, was pres.ant
at the Bible School hour dun-
FACILITIES I day afternoon to bring a message ONLY 8 DAYS

pnts For =t "' concerning the work in that ttti
I I away Country, and tiiow coloieu

I.CIIERJROS. See us first! I slides of the people places etc
:, I and also handwork done by nati
-'" ves. Mr. BranOkamp and wife
hope to return to their field oi
r, labor some time this suuiirer I, Feb. thru Sun.
Sun. :IX Feb.
K OUR WATCHMAKER! On Friday evening Feb 0, a ::1:8:
TNEMANWiiO NOY/S/ : 'representative of the :Shiloh:! Suds ,
r'Ion Group will be at the ''labelnu
de to tell the work among lh

oUR fEEDS A Jews On.being Tuesday done evening by this Feb.orgumzatlon. 27, A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO HEAR OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONALLY

four young men and Weir. ieu REGULAR Dr. Henuon browu of loccoi'I

CHECK-UP tails Institute will present a con. ,i,i KNOWN SPEAKERS AND MUSICIANS
celt of sacred music and a Uosp-

700! I el message.!; I II
I Miss k.dna Noegel Student all I
Tocco: Fails, Institute. hat retur i ''
pt'r'.u..d' Integrity and profession, hacked by 40 years's I ed home for a period oj rent, an 1IIC: DR. JOE HENRY HANKINSOne
|experience In Fine Watch Repairing l IN jour GuaranteeSatisfaction. .. i i while here will tia welcome, aiditioit !
Authorized Distributor for Ilamllton.In In the services Alien. hei. of Americans leading Christian journals l recently/ published an article
and rtulova Uatohes. lovely voice. adds much to time on (the /life /and work of Hr. Mankln-4 and named him one of the TWO
d lIIu'tOIIK"" I KKATiST! : : LIVING( I'KI;.U'IIKKS.llankins. :: '
Simpson -- Gem Jewelry ? I 411 a resident of Little Reek, Arkansas, (Is in great demand in both

Seaboard Railway Watch Inspector"Slurke'm St. Edward' Catholic SG North and South America. He comes here for a months rest and h.is /agreed 5. ,
iUE Rev \\'ilium H. Ni'uhau Pastor r to /give:' his lime for these M d.iys. lie goes from here to. Maine for his next rte

Leading Jeweler" Sunday Mass at 9:1: : a m r speaking engagement/ in a tily-wide campaign: there. "el .r ? tot
Wednesday Mass at 8:00: a. m, Dr. Hankins" has' the message, for this" hour presented with the
I Confessions Saturday 7.10 fervency uf Jeremiah and with dignity and scholarship that befits. the
Word of Ca: d.fX .
8:30 p. m and belom all AlasjM.-: a
Children Catechism Classes e r'ltA

Saturday 10:00: a. m ; THE BASiNGERSu F
Adult Keligloud Instruction :
WITH PRECISION courses every Monday 8.00; to 9:0: <'
Internationally known artists in the field of sacred and gospel music.: They
1', m. The public is cordially invited present numbers in solo duett in vocal selections lead in congregational ti '

PLANT Special Lenten devotions to beheld and choir singing and do special numbers for young people and children a
in Illustration.
at St. Edward Catholic 4t e.
i; The Ifaslngers have been heard the United\
BfcpSTEERBRAND FOODS Church every Monday and Friday throughout States and Canada tOn
evenings at 800.: many radio l stations and networks. Their musical: numbers have been

We have a good On Monday evening Rosary. In j jstruct recorded for private and radio work.

Stock of all grades ion*, benedictions of the
used In this area Blessed Sacrament. I
and can supply you Friday evening Way of then[( 23 Churches
Cross Sermon. Benediction of the
with the analysis I
Moat Blessed Sacrament. I[
*you need .


IJ. D., \Icar
Kev. U. E. Simmons!
Friday Feb. 9. 10 A. U
World Day of Prayer. 2:30 P. M. (Except Sundays)
I Sunday Feb 11 9:43 A. M I
NGICIDES GOLD REAR Church School. Classes. for all
ages nursery through uoior high.
have the latest BRAND I 11 A. M Holy Communion and ,

. |ay t materials s for your ands / I sermon.Wedn .,day Feb 14 7-30 P, PLAN NOW\ TO ATTEND EVERY SERVICE EVERY SEAT FREE -

et Corn M Evening Prayer ,
j The church Is open daily for
prayer and meditation I NO ADMISSION FEE



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i 'FEB 9-1951 "


I'J1 I : Famed Emory.ValdostaGieeClub Singers I BHS Tornadoes Get 1950 Letters- 1 BHS Girl Cagers Continue Winning Streak 'OFFICIAL AH PEAL.dork). A of J-mid Thomas Court. ,(Itolm|litay. 8clden.U.ac'h."IP! 'a B B'EB H

< Deputy ClerkDON'T Attys for
Pv IliiMn It' by Pit ,
::1 l To Bring Varied Show Here February 22 As Boys Try To Emerge From 'Slump'ThP

: Music lovers In Starko and vitilty <'-, At Lions Club Football Banquet BHS jfirN. basketball team\ serves saw plenty of action and

n are looking forward to the ap Jeffreys To Conduct continued Its winning streak this! the Bradford( girls had a very I

week whipping; Melrose girl easy time all\ around In gaininga FORGETRemember
ranee here I on Thursday) oveiiing '- Tile annual banquet given eac',1:
pea Temperance Rally -
63-34: edging Palatka In a last- 63-34 victory. Helen Barry I
Feb. 22. of the Emory at year by the Lions Club for th" Miami Herald Gives
The concert minute thriller\ 43-42, and givinga shot 30 points for hlRh.
; t Valdosta Glee Club. BUS Tornado football squad was I Jack Hazen very good Lake Butler sextet a The boys against Melrose hit
will be held at 8 p. m in the USO tc' held Wednesday night In the Mention
:* b- real battle before bowing; to them rock bottom In suffering a stingIng -
building.This Lions Den on Water Street.
On 'Little AllState'Jack
-' 48-40. i 51.23 defeat. Jack flaxen was

: organization of 36 young Featured speaker was Joe 1.f- The varsity boys evidently have high with 11 points.

men appeared Jiere last year en Mullen head coach of Stetson the
been In a lump, lOlling four Ih Palatka Tuesday night
route to Miami and Cuba, and gavc I University, who stressed the Importance .
straight games. However, against Putnam county girls led Coach I
I ono of the mOAt enjoyable pro of athletics In building Palatka. Tuesday night they show- Bishop's team until about a

grams heard In Starke In a long. 41 character In young r
4 time. The Rotary Club of SLarke.I I ('8. McMuIlen: was Introduced by of their losing streak Lake Butler (the Bradford girls gained a one
t who sponsored last year's program Sen. E. who served
I 1 won 35-32: : Melrose 51-23; point margin and successfully);
will t\fc\n\ bo sponsors this season. master of I _
I I as 4539.Against ball for final 43-42:
Glee Club I Is direct. 'i Palatka froze the a
This popular
A bountiful turkey! dinner was tied
I the Lake Butler girls score. Strickland and Hnzen
r>onher. wellknownI
d &
I ptepared by wives of members of each for
musician and composer Phyllis Strickland added 16+ more with 19 points high
.i. Georgia (he Lions Club and was served by I I points to her total followed by scorers.
directed: and con Your Valentine With .
who successfully \
Club In 30 concerts last the Tornado, Cheerleaders, who Mary Frances Hazen with 11. They The boys played much better L61
ducted Georgia.Iorh.lll were also guests of the Lions at I gave the Union girls a real battleall I'ball In the Palatka game and are
throughout Gift From KOCH'S DRUG
year this time I STONE'VALENTINE
and Cuba. Tha program' this yen I through the game but Union definitely on the way up again

Is entlrrly new and will Include J, Walnwright, president of roared ahead the last quarter. Jack i Clark and Thomas with .11

novelty and comedy features the (Hub extended a welcome to Haxen was tops In the boys !game points each. were high.

many The Quartet.* composed. of Hot the athletes and other dIstinguish. I with 13 points. Union led the Tor. Friday night the Junior Highboys We Have Her '

: of Graymont Ga., David ed guests. I nadoes by small margins each and, varsity boys play P. K }3'Ur
Klkiiis of Cairo Ga.. John Cnrpon- hillS Head Conch James Eobbipresented I IlI quarter Yonge In the Florida gym. ThisIs CANDY Scent in Rare I'erfu'J

letters to 23 member In cold In before the .
ter of Lcesburg. Fla.. and Jack Playing a gym frtfez- the final game conference
of Thomnsvllle. Ga. These of the squad l as follows: Hilly Ing weather last Saturday nightIn tournament In New Smyrna -
.n four boys sing popular and novelty j Datmby Bobby Wasdin. Billy Melrose, the girls warmed Beach, starting next Thursday c?

:i numbers thnt will delight the auI Booth, Dan Wainwright,. Lesllo I themselves by jumping Into a big I As yet the Tornadoes do not

dience.Th. Snpp Floyd Futch Charles Hut. first quarter 23-7 lead. All re- know their first opponent.
I It. J. JKFFKKYS; chlnnon Kenneth Johns, Bert

;., program Club" scene will, close In which with will the A Temperance Clinic Newcomb, Marvin Warren. Jack Annual
"Night using Hazen. Harold Davis Donald Bennett Farm Ownership Borrowers

be presented a floor show Including colored movies will be conduclet J. T. Prevatt (all members of L- I Meeting//
Will Be Held In Legion Home February
Henry Holton of Albany, Ga. I In Starke at a Union Meeting to Die senior class) and Edward -

accomplished taj d'tncer. The be held In the Woman's Club on I
selccteilMiss Parker Delano Thomas Jimmie The Annual Farm Ownership al In nature with the major pnrt
of BH3 has
Senior Class Thursday night Feb. 15: at 7:30:
; Clara Thomas aa "Queen" tcalt o'clock. Rowe. Carl Johns Arlie McRae, Hazen ace Tornado quarterback Borrowers' Meeting for the Brad of the time being spent on bor

and Nell Crawford. has received a certificateof ford Unit will be held Friday rowers' discussions of farm prob
In the Night
I Club with the and Glee bo Club recognized a. The clinic will be conducted by Managers' letters were awarded merit for honorable mention on Feb. 9, In the America Legion lems. aat"Jd(
> Raymond J. Jeffreys, author of to Lemuel Williams the Miami Herald's Little All- Hall, Starke It announced
guest of honor.Tickets several book James was I Harvey C. Rathel Assistant See Our Complete Line
sale Including "The Fabulous William, and Fay Durban. State Football team. Hazen play yesterday by Clifford L. Currie, County Supervisor of the Brad. A Marvelous Assortment
been placed on
have Zellers"
"God Is
I Kenneth Johns and Jack Hazen ed a bang-up game on offense for County Supervisor for the Farm- Cosmetics
toy the Rotary Club at the following My Landlord." I ford Unit will assist the County In Heart And Other Gift
t ; adults 75c: were presented silver footballs foi the Tornadoes, p'd ended his play. ers Home Administration. Supervisor with these discussions.The Boxes
admission :
school prices students Lie: ; Mr.. Jeffreys Is president of the having been selected on the East Inl? career in high school by be. The Bradford Unit Is composed Farm Ownership Annual Toiletries

elementary and senior high student Jeffreys Lecture Bureau and sec Florida all-conference team. Ing the best line-backer seen of six counties In northeast Borrowers Meeting is one of the 50c Perfuiw

I* Junior retary-treasurer of Capitol College Hazen also received a certificate In action here during the season. Florida: Bradford, Clay Farmers Home Administration's up
4 25c. lie has had I
a colorful career. including : for having honorable mentionon Nassau, St. Johns and DUVal'j. methods of group supervision andit
A large audience! Is expected to service with American Jack
t WainwrightListed
the Miami Herald's "little all proximately 11 families buying or supplements the individual assistance
turn out to greet the Georgia sing 3rltlsh and French Air Forces durIng -
state' team.Lappe's. Among Improving their farms through theFHA's given borrowers on their WE
ers. World War I. Ho has also beena
supervised credit are farms.
foreign correspondent newspaper Woodruff's Hopefuls to attend the HAVE SEE Ol
meeting here.
publisher and Bakery I While this educational meetingIs
Boy Scout Week magazine editor. I Other agricultural workers In the
All "friends of the temperancecause" held for families buying their THE CARD WIDE
Observed Here 1 Closed By ShortagesLappe's six counties of the Bradford Unit''
are Invited to attend the have been invited farms through the Farmers Home SEI.ECTII
to the
meetingas ,
I National Buy Scout Week Is being clinic next Thursday. Bakery closed on January : guests I Administration other families In THAT SAYS

observed here with a display IS: due to the Increasingly Theme of the all-day session the Bradford Unit 'are using the JUST WHAT BEFORE[
4 BRADFORD high cost of materials and also difIculty will be, ,
4 of Scout equipment, handwork "Increasing farm income I Farm Home Administration's supervised YOr S
I merit badges, etc. In the show HILITES In procuring many neces- thru efficient live stock management credit to make adjustmentson YOU WANT l'

I window at the Bradford HardwareCo. ary Items. ." Mr. Currie will\ be In I their farms; construct alter or GREETING CARDS 'nrrMlI ,!
The owners Mr. and Mrs. TO SAY!
Looks like "dear ole B. H. S." charge. A special feature of the I repair essential farm buildings.
will be
program a short transcribed
Cecil Swell halt had her spring shearing (a
Scoutmaster urges -
their loyal support and hopeto 'Iri'iilt" '.......
talk by Dillard B. Lasseter.! I. 4 ( II..U..I t'i.O.
: iI, the public to go by and see this little early don't you think) with serve you again sometime when I Klorlilnl. In i hum-err,
National '
,. LE I Interesting exhibit this week. the shrubbery cut makes It look Administrator for the Kulx-rt. r. Jliu-Lirnlr Plaintiff, v..
sort of bare, doesn't It ? this war situation Is over, as I Farmers Home Administration. I Jeinl Mactiralr, 1..t.n"3nt

f i I Starke Is our favorite place to A Summary and Analyst of 0..0'. Piihlli-litliiH. .. Case>No.oiler. 824 TntpiMnr
So you want to know what the "nd
live. I production figures In 1950 ll"S ll<: OK KI.OIIIII I V To I Stot'FREi
W.C.T.U.AIt'OIIOI.lr I] fail is now at B. H. S.' It's a the FO 1! Drug
The Lop pea will move to Gaines. Borrowers' Record jMiinti* Monica/ whose residence laL'nknnwn
will bepresented .
simple little diamond on the third ville on February 10 where Mr.Lappe by Mr. Currle to show You .art:. required' to .appear on K 0 C H
CUNIC'H: ARK NO finger of the left hand. If this
will be employed! ij baker families where ?Mure 12th 1tf51!, In the above named DELIVERY |
ANSUr.K TO TilE 1'KOIILKM: keeps up the rest of us gals are at the Hotel Thomas. they made Court anil. <'''''''''. uli. *rtln plaintiff I I
,I gains In their farm business and HHtkii dlvorr*. Bradford. County
CllltOMd IHUINKKNNE.HS. TO going to feel like old maids. I Their home on Church Street where they need to Telegraph. shall ,I'"hll., .i this Older Phone 53 Night 27

i & I "TOP M.IKING: imi'NKAKDS. Muriel Ritch Norman got her has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. Q. straighten In next four weekly IHHIICP.WltneHH .
weaknesses .
In the Imnd official neatat
year ahead. my and '
I i WE'VF. (,,,'r TO trrnv MAKING M. R. S. degree last Friday Heard A. Filllnglm. Mr. Fllllnglm Is State The meeting will be education. "'",'k... Florlilu, thin February. I

4 I mi INK.: she had a beautiful wedding. Congratulations Highway Patrolman. 51 h. 1H51.

(UNION: SIGNAL). If this keeps up. the

qualifications for entering B. II. S.
will be "Are you married"

CLASSIFIED So you're wondering why HO: INTEREST NEW

many Jrs. are going around with
I their noses In the air? Well! they I The following new, renewal. and

; were Invited to join the Beta Club. change of addresses received by 1951 I
Jack 200-
; all the "HWcmnlnntwain the Wainwright husky
NOTirn! to Telegraph will be of Interest
The .
only catch to It Is $3 :SO. It Is
., *" who wind to mill-TV my I to readers pound tackle from Lawtey Is reportedly -
little ranch. It Isnt' on the matrimonial -, based on achievement characterand : well In Coach Bob
I'vt. Kenneth C. Grider. RA
"market (In d. your leadership. I .
e wnnln' eluewhere. You're wnntlnifvour 11386123, Co. E, 13th Inf. Regt., Woodruff's plans! for the 1951 Gator
,\ ,.... MubelBoyer Was passing through the hall :
'r time und nil -- HI! 8th Inf. Dlv.. Fort Jackson S. C. varsity, according to report
Thursday and heard a "Man"singing from the University of Florida
.1 A --C R. M. Grider, AD14386420
ftl-INT Now nmn", nicely fur- In the Glee Club room AJ\.E:7rAS!. : LARGEST
I FOIl nlHhnd.! I hixlrnnm: .' Atitriiimllr, *a. Sure sounded good. Someone told A-C P. O. Box 391, Perrin AFB sports department.A AND FINEST IOW-PJIZCED Ct

I hot water mil ....kln" Texas former BHS Tornado star,
I heater prlr* rlvtil fur r..HPar"l me he was serenading the girls. W. H. Newsome 420O -46th St. Wainwright played primarily on
tenant. Mn t no. rrrn to no One of Mrs. Woodham'a English
'. 'I I prec'lated. H. M.Iun! ,"" '. N. St. Petersburg Fla. defense with the Gator freshmen
students showed me a the
4' I'mlt fhrlnllnn I-s ;, other day. Thought It quite poem fitting Joseph J. McKowen, Rt. 4, Box last season but got In a few licks

1 FOrt HALF!: About ..... ,I for the occasslon.
lr I I' O. Ilox 45 Hampton.FOIl N. J. writers state that

I _ _ _ _ ,_-!_ "Ode to ClaHamrn" Pfc. sports .
I t'lMM-r Ceo. C. Powell 34910093 this blonde crew-cropped youngster

V KA1.R: T nmttrfnn nuhl, '' l.pd liahy cnmploto.Innffrnprtnic crib. You can tell a Freshman I Co. A, 747 Amph. Tank & Trac. performs well at either job.:'

I and muttri-Kfl. Imhr carl-Ills' oil By his silly eager look Bn., Camp Cook Calif.. Coach Woodruff says, "We have
....ok move kltrhf table nnct :3 You can tell a Sophomore J. L. Frazee 522 SpotswoodAye.
big for this freshmen
plans year's
4'' rlmlra. 4 .n,,1 l tnlil".. uiilinlHtered' ,, I
rtiMlr mill ..or... uiilinlNtrtfil rnrk- 'Cause: he carries one less book. I ., Norfolk Va. When spring practice starts In

I inc rliulr i .mul Mriilrht rhnlr: I lawnchntr You can tell a Junior Mrs. Donald Henley. 2750 Bar. February they will have an equal
I !I time at. Alvarez Trnnifirmid By Ms dashing air and such I told 17
"> .irnif- I-*> gt-i-M Maplewood Mo. chance along with returning quid-
You can tell a Senior James O. Sewell, 2613: N. Maryland .I at
roll 8AI.K50: aorn sir ,llm. rvilIlomhrr men winning a starting posi
I, Plant.. J. 11.Vinul, Mar- Cut boy, you can't tell him much! Ave.. Milwaukee Wis. tion."

p J 1.ttA, OnItenioi I In"HON -The Jam.. onlan. Mrs. John B. McKay. 1819

Pretty cute. don't you think? Wyoming Ave., N. W.. Washing I MF.MTINGI.I.KI: ; OFF

All .. ..... _RlIPiiiEIPiI dill ,..:.01..1... I I Tiilklng about Seniors seems ton 9, D. C. The special meeting which was

I I .... .."........... ."...."..... that a few had quite a trip to Ret. Wm H. Hayes. 53003328 to have been held at the Union

Cl. ,... <'. sllrrfH-.HI.. : > I Green Cove last Went X-ray, U. S. Army Hosp.. Ft. I Primitive Baptist Church this Saturday -
l .'"".. .. .indI.I.! nrkv.. I II.... l.lflWAXTKtt : >
I to watch a boat be christened. Campbell Ky. i night has been called off

: TO ntlAFT your peonn Ceo W. Jordan Rt, 2. Alma Rev. B. H. Bawls pastor announced 4/ -
$ persimmon' 11'..... Kuy IvAh'h.' Thanks to the Student Council, 1 T Th Smart Nw Slyl.lin* D> U I Boot
8t i-1 p
llnmpton. Fin |*- Georgia. yesterday.
members and faculty for our new

lunch schedule.. - - - -
duty extannlon, lad-! '
JX1ST 1 heavy
dor ...", .wh....* .lmtwmmfl i...1'.10. Got a cupcake two Home EC _,
t 1I01IChl0' A. HRlt"... Natural. flnli.liwith girls mad. the other d'iy and It I a .
upm-lnl" I hookil on bnltom I If OPENING> SPECIALSH. %
I found OimANa. notify Clay Klei trieC'rioperatlv crumbled, as I took a bite. Some I new
Keyiton llelnht". !
f Kla tip >-' one told me the reason. Said they
I got the "Dutch Cleanser" mixed C. KELLY _
II'flfl 'iC' t v Iem. R"HO". WITH FINEST
*" infill U'''-*. .. up with the baking soda. I ALL THE WAY THROUGHBuy
II \I)I4>-" It
t ........,
1 0111.t iIi.i.IC.' hull
Was down the the
going : !
,', 5iiPtIEiti: ) Red & White Food Stores
r ..S.ur II .lti.iC ot .......1..,. ...... ",.."" other day and happened to look In -Lth; f/Vne-provW the

on Mrs.\ Law's algebra class. Was ,__ car that's refreshingly new, and proved Valve-in-Head engine perfoi

r COMPO8ITR: PflOKKKKPlXO: BYS- 'hit Joan T. asleep or just what? LAWTEY, FI.A.SWIFT'S POWER Q' thoroughly prove J. too the new 1951 So powerful and efficient that Valve

I TKM Ideal. for .mi.ll l>u.lnei.... ,; Too many good-nights I suppose.Do Chevrolet! design Is the trend-leader of the i. .
'>'il need In nne book AUTOMATIC
Kverythlnif y

T 175.l... rRph.Hee It at Bradford. County tf Irene you THear realize that Is what killed PREM, 12 oz. 43c -proved by more than TRANSMISSION a billion miles of its_ It's more dependable, more desirable from Take one look at the following (ct-

Ed ?\: whuel-I -- performance in the hands of hundreds of time-proved Powerglide Automatic Transmission and then visit our showroom and see'
is In *
FOR KFNT- pul.able t or 8 room asee3- a JOY thousands of for finest no-shift driving and rolet for \
.Vt. to i or 1 Udlol. VO. IMK IU*. I chair nowadays. Keep your chin 2Bc owners. 1951 I in all its sterling qualm.
liii mil Onoil tieatlnw high. Ed. I -- -. --_.- .- .Cj.b.ns.. if..-.(... A.a..sic TiuiM ...ol to-p, Silent Synchro-Mesh Transmission for finest you'll know it's America's large n'f't
54l t551.UJ U f LM>MiMi M txlr*meat. standard
FOIl ,HVt.K: h",".... !5' 1 U' to !.e See a lot of Carl R.. Jr. around Van Camp's No.2- driving at lowest cost to its time- low-priced car. Better see ittoJaylSAFETYSICHT '
.d $70') climb, -m.b.r l Fi..r.mov-I. I _
school nowadays. Is he PORK&BEANS .
really 15c ,
lit. t H..* 11 Ii. $,mark. P'ti.4tp -
: helping his daddy? AMHICAN IIAUTY OISICN-Bril
--- -----
I --
I kant new styling MOOnN-MODf INTlIIOIS-With IMSTIUMNt|
See you at the Basketball game! Strained featuring upholstery and
entirely new grille, fender mold m appointment of efficient '

SPECKS AUE: KITING& BASS tonight Si) long, rooting, until for. Starke.. ,.I BEECHNUT BABY FOOD for 29c Imparting ings and rear-end that longer design lower.. oustanding two-tone color quality harmonies, in beautiful; m eliminate overhanging-Safer. more reflections upper Cri f .

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- I.1 R W GRITS for; : =r wider big-car look that lets Chevrolet apart. and with extra generous seating strument lights and)I
; For A Complete Line of & 2 29c I room for driver and all passcngcMOSS ,- easy-to-read instruments in front of d"1'

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: Fishing: Tackle Visit the UNUSUAL 1 R & W COFFEE lb. 79c I MEIIC -'lEnIIfD lOOIIi ir POWERFUL JUMSO-DIUM ''I
j riSHH-With new and CINTH-fOINt )
Farm Home & Auto B even more IRAKIS twill'' OvU-UI' .,
I CONTESTHarley I -- strikingly! beautiful lines. con- B |r..a < C."r'o/n'/

SUPPLY LARGE DUZ 31c tours aol colon with extra 'r." f/ntngil-Largest' brakes in E'M'IOYID even t
low-price field with
I sturdy Fisher Unisteel both hile
F. Strong. Starke Jeweler : construe- and "
. P -- -- ---- --- ------- -- tIoa Curved brake >hoes on each wheel selfenerlllzintr \
: has a new contest going on: I LARGE R & W MILK 2 for 27c Vialbility combining Windshield eta! Panoramio giving maximum Itoppln"power Just as Chevrolet'KneeAction '
and beyool
j' safety comfort: with Ride is comfortable
RYTU'P: mad of flnt t ftuaar canw. How many seeds In a grapefruitIn up to 2'% less driver effort.
II one ..II..n.!! .Hr* (.'11'''. Ili-rnry at his window? Go In and sign I ----- --- -- -- - I parison la its price range.
'I, Punta Ft .Pt.tik Karm. li.tw.inThrr'ixil 2 LOAVES BREAD 25c
name, address and make
2' your
A llnmptun 4t
to do I I -- --- -- ----- -- ,
guefts" It costs you nothing j

CAI.VKM Jeremy milk yon iitovk HAt.K:? fluorniivr Earl Batten *. this" and on Saturday March 3. PORK CHOPS, lb.; 49c I MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN

'I I < 2 nit 'ot Utarki eo *. Ill, Id"H' I ; the grapefruit will be opened! and 1 __ ___ __ __ _ ANY OTHER CAR! :

the seed counted. The person SALT BACQN, lb. 29c II [
FOIl HALF: llowhnnt. nnd, ('"ita coming closest will be awarded the I I I

I Hprlnv Vlrt >lla.;Trulli-r tine Calilnot.H-lnrh, aUlv. 1ti I>'dli:Haw>. A very fine Jewel! Gift In the Mystery ROUND STEAK lb. --:-- 75c I

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OK.M; Ji-l I:i. t tillWa.l r I'ump Box. also displayed In the
1'ln-hiirm, "" ", "-""V K..i-i 0' II '
way I n Ii 1 uth >( (Jtui'' window I

Strong has heM many contests : CASH & CARRY TORODE '

FOR RENT t Jt l In rnoni HIhot \ In the past but this Is the mosi I CHEVROLET CO
walr h. it owly' tU < original. I
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